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GEORGE BLISS TESTIFIES.
HOW HE KNTHRKI) THE 8TAJB KOlTE CASES. BIS OPINION OF THK I'RdSUfllON AND MOMS <K>VKRNMKNT COl'NSKI,?KALSB SUP*. Washington, MaiolrJ<>.--('('oi's-?' aWfSS, Gov? ernment SSSBBBBl In the Star Rouen-", wa* examined ttvday by Mr. Fpringer'a committee In reference to hi* eoaneetion with Ihe In veatlKutlou. Ile na1d: "I wa* tlr*t ap ^lled to te be emplojed by James thc lust week tn AasjBBt. Then I rather declined. I waa applied lo further about Peptenilverfi, ISSI, ?nd accepted the appolnlment." Mr. Bit** read the following letter to Mr. Jaine*, dated yew-" ork. Angual '-'!'. Uti I Refelling to our cenrenatlon about inv bet nnvns: Sn* ?raireu In Hie sun Koite i?i.'? mil Odiinel I'oolt'* dis? patch. \ I waul to *av two or three things, though I think -oroba'ilr a personal Interview with ion and other*will be seeesBary. I greatly appreciate thc compliment | on and the Attorney Len. ral par me tn thinking of nie In thi* ??otincetion. While I should expect to lie paid a* well a* tai ,.\ei niTient paye nay aaa sst law baasasss?which i? stntiiu it lew - I sh..ult! not think of -.olin* Into it for tho niere pecuniary result* to my vlf, and, therefore, I want one or two ejwsstioas aw.wcii'd oonSdeattally, seek a* this-e; lim tbs ditsln tai saaptey me anything "io tb. with Arthur"- pooalble secession to the Presidency, for If lt doe* I do not feel thal with my relHtlotl* to him 1 nilltbt Just now IO nu Int.. the caee. for it will be considered that lam tin re with his eminent, if imt procurement, and, tu.),) .li 1 do set doubt he would favor the " going for" every guilty niau, still ta, *tir up IBs ?''ar Boote "sana" ?t the outset sf his sdralnlstTe tion-if, unfortunately, h* i? to hara one?would fold lu his difficulties Ht thc outset bf bringing down upon hun the powerful 'gang " before lu- h is dm a ci...'ce to conquer, asl know he will conquer, tbe ap iirovalof the people al large in other woree, i; the star toni ra think Mut would tiri any favor from Arthur, I ?.hunhI want thiin to remain ni li.al opinion till bc hus v.m lu a ni inner Hie confidence ol the non-Star Bonton; ned I ought aot te exposi bin te attack before he baa fm lien il strength to wtthatand them. Ia there anv truth n the iuiprcs-iou //.' rimes baa giren ont, and rle San i raged, thal the praaecution la In danger of falling 1 I know the nilli u:ti,'s m tbe way, and Ihnl *ut-**e-si can n >| be us-,ti,-.1 uh, u >ou ir.- ti. htl"g, i" f .re v* Babington room aud |ui j. so powerful ? set ..f men a* are involved In th. , it I don't feel like olus bito a failing me which Its friends nave in theil bearii otana to lu lu-..- is likely tu fall la un,tii. ni i v.iio la tx lewd to ix- frailty tobeiaTi I, protected of pasardjiy I There i? ? soil of belief thal lin rt i* anio, timi: of lilia kn d. I SIB aware Of tue dill! ru'tt iring these three question*, especially i i'i,'er, but 1 WSDl to poBaess your nun'. .f them, thai iou maj kuo* what is on mi BBiod, und be rea s a Hung iu ease I eesne to Waahinettin. v\ hat would 1-e int relations to the case I Hos moon would they re quin me to bc In Washington or uw.iy fruin hera I Bow l.u.g md h..* continuously ara they likely to take incl Vow, nv i!i-:ii J,tines, ;. ll lbs limy perhaps *trik,' Vi ii a utile Uko kooking a gift home in the mouth, but it show* bow i ucl. if. arter seeing wi.at la In my mind, yoe BtiU think Ihe loiidlioii of thing* la mu h that I can bool nae in th.- case*.. I am likely to be willing to go uito Hiern. I will try lo cmue eve: to Washington nome afternoon th'* **t-.-k lil s-iiic nf tula hot Beuther. lill Al'I'OINIMI NI .4( ( I I'Tl ll. To ihe hstsv, Mr. miss said, the roslssssliii floatssl telegraphed .1 reply that the SBSWerstS tSS ipiestioni Wonld bc mtisfactory lo him Mr. BUSS ac ept'-d the ap potaunsat sa b^sSssbSos 5, and ou that daj wrote thc fol lowing letter to Mr. Jame*: I bini a lone interview with Colonel Cook. It wa* sat tifaotory on tee whole la all respects except one, though there were boom Utiatgneraeiet ol bl* developed The one exeeptioi ai polnl Iii which I refer is lins : He repre sented that lt was not certain leonid he retained; that bc iiml iou incl Ma. Vi .tel, wen- lu my power; that b" th ii rbi be eould, through iiii.snn, influence Blaine-, and suggeeted i u.ti 1 shuuhl -'ililli my wires " if I could. Now, I Save no objection te "pullmr wirea" in jk.iuich ror a fr; 1 .1 or myself, but I never have pulled w1r ? for l*w buatueaa, and don't ssssn ta begin new. 1 didn't (julie know weat tO ina ll i' of this phase ot the matter; hut, while concluding na my own mind thal it is a little device of Colline] (uoii's tu ? ahanee bl* importance, ami that it la not eoirt-et, I still t*n you of lt Dankly, Don't men? tion lt, of ooaree, lo hun. Assuming this matter to bs all righi I am dl^-ose-l i.i taki. hold, ff the Attorney-Gen eiul le al Long Branch I rather think 1 will drop dowu Iden some afternoon and talk with tum on annie profes atoual ph.is. * uf tin con'. Mr. lilia*, ooiitluutiil: "I went to laing Ilram b, Sup tember8or0,ead *itw James Hini IfeeVeasjhi nobody i - wm there I asesitioa thai because Cook kasssldbc wa* there. He wa* not there, though at a BUhseqoeal In? terview h. wa- peeeeat On Bepteaabet IS Cook, <tii> son sad invs. if hal a rxnrisnnee al neerea, which lasted two il .ya. M u-v.-iigh waa in the boneo, snd wa* Beal for from tine lo time, io bs caa r.tiriv be considered a* being J'l. -elli,'' ??Nu.vst.it.' briefly the nature of your t-errloee In the ?tat Bouse cases,*' .*.<u.i Mr. Sprioger. "Thal wonld >ie i beary job," Mr. Bliss replied. "At the ls '?>?*, i-w ,,. Blberan I waa told whal bad been done. . nd Gibson said they wen ready. Gib? son had prep iii w;tii reference to Doney mil Dorsey's connection with thees The Prescott sad Hauta re ssas wa* eon-l."..-I,ii. a amber <>f eentraetors hud fulled nu tins. Wa .h got In.'ul ol ll and finally he was duel,ired a falling couti i.'"!'. The strength of tbecaee as a crimi? nal one re*i?*d on Walsh, lb-, it had been stated, waa able to b ttlfj to the payraeni of monet t-> Brady. The i - ilrlj good one, b il I said I oouldn'l help ? - a conspirator and was unwilling to ? ikl be one >'t t be parties Indicted, my view- to the extern thal v.:-'i ?!....:. be lonsldered ;.* n conaplrator. tllboon i .aid not consent, but wa* Instructed I I.-w :ia v.'alsii. We brok Walah r came to see me In W i*hingto . I re id nt eould li llfj t" be eould Some thing* In the i: | I plainly lo v, lint Walsh I found thal there wera ionic not testify to ; that statement wiro mere tu v-ui-.it thal be ought . I in lb. indictment, sud also remarked thal 1 in i I.t Gibson had approached hm. on ihat subject. i d i.e.- m had nol been to Bim. MIK l'd'.'.-lV ( ASK Kl A( UKI). ??Tin-1 Mi- ? i" xl taken up. It had been represented its nady for tbe Grand Jury. Ieee In the testimony thal has been siren before thiseomfhitteethat I was represented ss aaylng the case wu- a weak one. I did not say anything of the kind. At our interview, I ai., when wm Doney*! clerk 1 They replied that he had ? gone lack ' on the Government. I replied that that weakened the ease. 1 had the Impression that the caee wu- i strong one, bul i found thal many of the state Bacala made bj Gibson ta hie report were men Inferences tm l.m.Um: th. ii into the papen myself, I deehted Ike Seas dim si loin., ami I state now tliut lt w tut the stroiig e*t one we bad. I Selected lt deliberate.y. In IhOSS . the United Btate* Statute* wen so defective that the cu, -pi.', ii ?> section 4Vim) tlie only dbm we eould eon alder If lirady had menased the i I of a Bingle route, and allowed a lat--- *uun fol it, then w,?t no evidence of a conspiracy on Brady's part, nor wm there .ii mri. vu -I ....! weni on to tbe route Itself, and made examine i lt wa* ..?!.-i-i- rn to think thal t'..- ufflcera of the Tom Office l .< pur.meat had been Imposed upon. Bul when you take ti-ii, tineen, twentj Hw or mora routes snd And the umounte of inereaae rery huge, tbi rate < orrie* with ll ertdenee of guilt I took thal view ol tlu- i-i*"-. Before I ni Clime i oii.is, 11 had occasion to be . with the trial of the Tweed gang in New 1 ? . a timi .rn i. Bingle ease failed, out thea it was prow thal rweedbad passed Bftj or sixty warrants, thai I., i pi. ' :.i. .1 .ii. aggregation ncldenee <?..'. ? i . mn i .: ni to tin lury. sty theory in tbe Doi ^-y sum wm similar. I s..i that was a siioiuj one. If von < prove ihe payment of money thal makes the cass stronger We could *ri-r the aggregation ,,t oases, and i ? Un establl*hlnga conaplracj we could put ii the proof of the payment Walsh's testlii any. Ph >(?: DI ai liv im OBS .Tl .v ?? Al I/.mg Branch the nu.-:i.>n of procedura by inform? ation came up, The Mm w ie not, ii-1 remember, to apply tbs InferaiatioB to the Beats Fo and Prasootl .ase. The ? . lon sams ap boots particularly in reference to the liiu-u'i-i -i. Atflrat, I wm afralaat H. bul Mbsequently I.- ?- I to lt While ui New-York I received a te luioimti. ?/ me of nie adjoui nment of tne < .i and Jm v i wby lt wma.l|"iinu"i I m.not Know, The question ol tu. Statute ol iiuilt.tiii.ns was one tl...I a' all tunes we had lo SMpinvtew. I never felt that it barred proeednra la th. -. i..-. -. anil i think tlint in inns: nasei the il . Umiuttli'ii- b^s not yet barred pra. <?< dings. But. ol oounc, tlieie \. ,,. - .:i ? I.ung |,i in? Mm iu. tin???!!.el sldu of tins matter. On ilepteniber 191 wrote to McVeagfa and told liim i imii male up my ml:., i tn proceed by Iniormation il it wis a, tbnl the statute of limitation* ended ? Ort.,ber, m lied brou elated, lt seems that wc. ought lo h)t\e entered bite thc oases as tpeedily a* j ko. Theta was. nothing io p'l.vcni xis proceeding hy Information, Milne it would tte a i-twin me iiisii li t. 1 wa.* as-ni eu by Cook, thal he tin. .gil' then would be no dlffleulty under the local lew, 1 i'i :??..- .1'ked into tin-local law and became eui' sMerably alarmed. Vie procoeeded with the Santa Pe ned Prescott ceoe sod wera beeton, on lae ground thal ( il lew prevented pi...-.(lure by Information, (if roarae. we were subject to considerable criticlaai, bul l never fell thai aaj.ly wa.st,, blame, ah.-i the Informa? tica ha* been taken from Hie. the queetioa came up ?win : bei w> ohonld c..nu .nie in the Manta Pe and i'.| e. bm. i .ailie i" tue con. lu-iuii tnai ii was not a se Hu ease wm dependenl on Walsh's testiuiouy. i pioMd beyond all question the payment of mone] to Brady, we were gone. We won il.;.. dlvldnaL i -.in things tbat mseje me think WnIM would not pu,ve whal w, .1,-111*1. i .I., not eousidej tn,it it ?aui wiae te have proeeedeO In that* n, aad, If nco) -j. y, l will take inc i. ipoaslbHIlT of not prooei (1 MU. Iii IBS rv a BAB j.,ii. " We ibu. v.. uuii! thsDstMj. sae, si dfonndGtbsoa's t iieni^nti ssaaj sf h.em im un..; saataaaay sftsesj BSx*waamaa i ssasy aetatla thal kept ara ss> ss*s*g?i l.t. i.tbraary. in thc mtsntimn I pasl sniao Htlbj Sttanil'-i. to pilvat- *aasUMSa, but lt wa* very lillie ali, i, '.lon. (.n oi tot* i mi bad written loMacVeagb and loiti Bim tost tn? lob ne bed gotten me uitograe upon ms I enid I w< ii d have iie.aiai-*u lo have gum- into ii h n bad '? ? I in k.'.ping me in Waahiugion Ironi the tuns 1 etti:.- here rn beptembei Od Un rmi ?i i,? ms. in.,i j ikvoted sUteen nous a ,ia> (UieluUing Bunday, 1 am aerry to t-ayi, from luoadaj ni evening everj week, seturosynod MimUai I atteuded io private buetnee* m Mew-yera. I ".v. eenetaotij ut my ti.-?i< .ile, and wiiiii.iv.ay trom nen I took paiicr* to iiaiiii.u. In December, I wrote to Brewatei u?,i in,, i?t"i.*.> ease wa* sseaS ready lot UM Greed Jun , that I'ttu i i-aass wen being opened up, ohowlng equsj roo oaUty; I ial Gibson h.wl bean away j thai Cook s.,u, suiky; and that nsfthM vm- doing anything. . woe uni t om passed lill laic in Jai.uaty." lil. HJa?, of tun ooatt) tagalUal l.lii>, oaM it WM 1 ap la charge uf Cook andwai turned oul ?' "Brett wo* iii. eblaf sftaeos Baelaal Lilly, in ooum iui noe ol u Buiauiuiiu--l?u'liiig he aaa nulli, mil). I then fell woe not wilta ie pul that oana ulong m apt. ? roi-c." Hx. ilium jaid that Olonoii wa-4 no Utile of a lawyei tDai when h*. -.ought h'? eoinpenstitlon lt required a rood d">*l ,.fiiive?taW.itluu iii Sntl thal he waa enUlh-J to the linne of a lawyer. Mr Bliss alao *;iHI thu! be drew np She In? dictment.", against Urott and Lilly,which Olhsos and cook bad said thov bud drawn up "I wa* dei er un ned. be ?sad,"that Oeekahoahtaevt* irawnpan indictment if " I could help 11. ('ook bo- Raid 1h*l BS drew up tbe null. I ment against Brett. He ha* alao -.aid (lint be m-vei mw the paiien containing the statementa affecting t. tone EUhv Now the stitii'iiient affecting lillis waa in thc midst of ihe statements affecting Brett. U he prepared Ihe in diftmetit against Brett, bc m'i*i have si en ine statement* agata*! Kills." afr. Bli** said, in reference t" the straw bond CSMS in the- police inuit, win, I) Mi. Cook Mid Wera un.iuiv prolonged, "Ifth4**meoxsMwerenndulj pr.ilotu-ed IwlllaaV the committee to send for Judne l-iuell. before whom they wen tiled." ni xii.N.i wini ma sausBoai < i-i Mr. Bliss itiiitiinicil : ?? TBS Dorsey ease wu* before the (iratul Jiu> a good ir.my WSSkS. lu the meantime I turned 1" Hie examination of other contractors. Int tba Salisbury ease*. Ihsesans pSSSfalty tSBpreaSSdSf what I found. I believe to-day 1'aat Ihe tile* of Hie Post OBS " I'cpititment. *o far BS they related lethe *-.illshury cane*, vere lnterfi-retl willi -Hie'v had btv*u 'SSliked.' IwouM lind only ?mall bundles of .-salisbury imper*, and large bundles of I?or?ey paper-, bristling v.-iih potato. 1 then endMVored lo mike piont es* on the papen of the Salisbury. Parher, ami Kern* romblnationa. Aftt-i thc wno.ibegan m arrive, Ingeraoll came tome and asm the Parker ar-d Saltebury combtnatlona did nol owe the Government anything, bul if i? waa i>">* en that they had received money whhh they werenoi entitled to, they were willing to return S provided criminal proceed I hues were stopped. Be wnted thisproposition ta apply to nil of th* runic* I hud not examined all of then, uud ! would not agree. So brahe oe that, ami I went abood. I got ute one night pupen containing the announce mentsthal the Grand jnrv h:.d railed t-> Bud true hula, ' and hurried to consult with Merries, We agreed to bm ; ir we could not save something out nf tbe wreck bi taking np ib*- negotiations with ingersoll The r.-ilt was that we Anally ootna to mu igreemeul b* to the Rallabuir lonies. We consulted with ihi. Ainu nev Mem erul, anil he Mid he wonld leave the matter with u* " Mr. miss rend the following agreement, which was dr ,wn ap with the approval of ( olonel Ingeraoll: -iii* claimed hj the Govcrnmeni thal Munroe J. Ballabury, Lake Voorheee, M. v. nichols, or rome other person or p.i rae representing or connected w-in the Salisbury*, h)is or here noel ? (ram tbe Government to wi: ? ta thej m. not legally entitled, on Uk foui following , nainelv, Weill to Hamilton, Pargo lo Pembina, Holcilatl to Newliull, andM , cr How to New-Ctih ;uii. lt I* there lon agreed i Thal the claim ol tbe Oovernmenl in tin-si,i,i four route*, oi any of them, shall be referred te Richen] \. Elmer, Second assistant PMttnMtei General, George Biles, oe any ono thal may bc designated liv him, itud ll..burt (1. Ingeraoll, W any one Hint mav be deatgaated by him, to detcnulm wbcthei i ;.ii iles, "i any of them, hare received from the United State*) any money to wiiiih they or um of them wen nol entitled, for transporting m.ul- anon anv .>f ih< four mules mentioned, it is further agreed ibsl the saul referees, or a matority of them, shall nave full power to il.v-i.lt. nil questions aubudtted. snd to act oo any evi? dence satisfactory to I hem or a majority of .li' in. ami if tiiev.ur a majority el them, lind tbat on stti.i routea.or any of them, money ha* been SO Illegally ncetred, lt ahall be ref iiiii.-i on .bin.uni. ot maj he recouped bj theGovern ii the...n elim .ia hereafter institute any other proceedings agstnsl tbe said parties,rn say oftticm, <.n a?i nm! ..f say matter growing oul of the said font routes, then I hi- -.ubinia;.*!.m shall Ihi void. This instrument does not affect the ordinary pr.KH-tvding* of the Post Ottoe Di pertinent ns t.. tim s, penalties nml itoppagM during the pendenoy ol 'his arbitration." " in my opitiioii." continued Mr. nils*, "that wai as saar a ons sided agreement m stsi was made. Colonel Ingeraoll, on the part ..f the Parker combination, iii.nl.- * similar agreement tor ono route. Tbs papen sn this were sigurd while wo wera walting la the oourt room for the Grand Jory. Tlie jury came In with no Indlctmeiit We got through the Hist trial, nil of us fatigued and tired out. I hail authority to oMUtnate BOOM other pi ison lo hcI la thc arbitration, and aetoeted Mr. Lyman, Chief dork of the lost oiling Department, to take my place If H wMde su-eii to continue the arbitration. Mr. Elmer wm reine lent te proosed by arbitration, owing te the public ex? citement. Ile expressed u decided opinion Hint the men ow.-il in..ney tu the Government. .Iinlg'- HoWC became 1'isi master-General. Then the question arose whether lt wm legal to continue with arbitration. My kira wm to continue until the purtle* showed that thov would nol be bond by it Th. re wu* some doubt whether the Gov? ernment . oiihi have been Legal]? hound br our act." Tim oommlttee sdkuirned with the undent anding; thal Mr mis* win continue his testimony to-moi row. Till' BONDED WHISKEY HILL. A ROI MK NTH KIR AND AOAfSST IT?t. P. ('H's MM<-'iR-s\\ im BPSBCH OS nut TAtOPF, \V\siuM,r.)\, Minch 20.?Tbs Botidsd Whiskey Extension bill wa* again considered In the House io-ial-. bul no action wm taken. Mr. Wfllis,oi Kentucky,deolaradthal s failure to pa-- thehlll meanl bankruptcy and nun to many ol thc meal important and influential linn* in Kentucky and throughout Ihe West, ii meant bunkruptcj and ruin nol only to th* manufacturen hui tu thu Innocent boldon of whiskey; it meant bsnk ruptcy um! ruin to many of the leading banking I.': of the Weet. AA a plain, economic QUMtlon. reeotn mended byth. - vol the TreMury, and the Com nuaalonei "f jm -mai Revenue, h ie Ho pern tbe btu Mr. Blount, of Georgia, opposed the WU. rhe House was asked io extend the time foi the pey ment of tax on 70,000,000 B**Uoni of whiskey, thc sum of mom . Involved amounting te 960,000,000, Tin* preeenl ion in the wini;..' Internet remited from over? production, but 'vcr pru'l.i. lion w.is not pootilla] tu tliitl Ind os try. De opposed the trill on tbe principle of public policy, regarding lt m a proposition to lend the di*tiller* $00,000,000. If tbs Oovernmenl did nol .i t for public purposM lt bad no right to < illect it im tariff waa - iuld lie n dui ed. Mr. Kees-, of GeorgiB, regarded the MU a*thi apecieaotbad legislation that he bad ever known pre s.'iii.ii io the American Oongrese. The owner* ol the vt laker were no more entitled to relief th ipeonlatera; and this mcMiire wm wrong tn j rln . ipu ?. and ni' . preoedent. **. ?*. < ox delivered un i i -eneral siii'i".i nf iii ? tm tl ami revenue law-, alta king lunn with vigor. He also spoke tn favor of the Morrison bill, which wm !?"? bi ne the House. In the ooline ..t bis ? -.t'l-eb tu s 11: --i believe tbat If the political party to which I belong?the puny which, wit ii all it* frailties BudabortconiuigHand baokalidlnga, is st'l! lhe puny of the poor mun m diatingutabed from tim party of wealth ?were to go before the country In the next Presidential oaavaM on Un la*ueol free Iradi va. tanfl protection, lt would in all pt..i.i.i.i.Ii> be defi at-.I ;.t tbe pol ht, fur th. i< ? i? i ii ciao* ol roten \ i.o-c mind* an mote tolntt .i ?Ith th.-1 a ntl beresli - ol protection than tbe laboring cle*se.i wiio ure most miureil by them. Bul on i ii* me (icfe.it ai::.in uni again rather than a vietuit against the toll, bl.1, sweat, and comfort ol men. I would rather ba oa the side ol rigid thai. . such a victory." MB MAYO UNSEATED. Di ii i.i.-, BOMB PlxTALATASl K TBCTBfl BlfOBI BS LEAVES lill'. H0US1 . WeSHISfl ion. Miii.-li 2H.-? In tin- Hon*,, to? day Mr. Turner, of Osorgta, called up theVlrgbi teated election ease of Oerrlaon against Mayo, I ie report declaring the ooateataat, Garrison, entitled to a Brat. Mr. Mayo, the sitting member, wm beard in hisown be? llell li. admitted that, li the sot of the General I blyof Virginia re4]ulring the pnpeyuienl of a capri en oonstttutioneL the raport ot tl ni.*,,inti iv correct But he believed that the el i ooastitutional snd void; that If tbe votes of the persons who lind been rejected for not bat lng i omplti .1 with that law wan e..uute.i li" would be found i o be entitled to the seat The attacks mads on bim by the so sll -i I), mo,ra.ic porty rn Vncuilii wen insdebeoeuse tbe party to which te belonged believed tbnl thews oi tu am! taught the chi.'.!cen to believe lt. To nay I' wm rejoiced at tbe restoration ol tbe Union and th* uiioii ion of (lavery, wm trenton down south, and I i-.-iii'.i a " deserter' after the war. That waa the apirli that animated the flab! In Virginia; that wa* tbi ot tbtngs whereby bli State bad been disgraced. The people of Virginia wen not murderers. They did not go in UiH-rati-ii io w.uk to kill anybody, white oi colored: but tim Democratic party did arra] Soother on falie iasues until strife wm stirred up In the Bearii "i iii.- Ignorant of beth chu After som,' debate, political In character,the i thui declaring Garrison entitled to the wat wMunsnl iiiiuisiy Hdopti-d, sad that gent,email appeared aud took the oath of olhee. THE POSTAL rELEOBAPl, QUESTION. Washisgtos, Minch 20.?Oeorgre D. Rob? erts, of tho Postal Telegraph foinpaiiy, appeared before tbs Hoees Oommlttee on Fast OMoee and Pool Beads to (luy, ami Ina'le ali als'' incut In SOppOTl of IbS pT1*ppeftiOfl of that codi puny to enter Into a contrael with the (io ve ru ment for telegraphic service. Bepraeentative Budd, of calif..mia, argtxpd thal thc prapMsd eoatraei of the Peatal Telegraph to nip any was dei., mv.- in f.uni ami nhstaScei thal it witta tries of the Mackay Oompeny, and win Introduced for UM Bott purpuss Of pi the psasags "f the Sennas btu establishing e Oorarn n,eiit telegraph: a bill for WbOM paasafS then was, bo saul, a universal demand. "Fess Hilt lull," said Mr. Budd; "give tbs I Company the monopoly lt asks; bind the (buemu, tan rears hy this contract, and yen piece lathe bands of thi- coi polution a power to fOKS tbSOtll oornpsntos to bay it ont The effect of this bin wi! teeter ona company against anet her, and yet !: ii., snot contain n single clause to prohibit i-oolliig or BetUng out. A* Mr-Stephenson laid, where eomblnabun lapoaolble, competition ii Impossible consider ubi- and rem bern U i thal Mr. Hubert* himself Mya that be could raiae from .?f.'..,.?m..(ton io **iii,t i.i.tsio od the faith of tillsoontraet, MseeaM tbeoompuny goto lt. Ihe proposition plainly pul is te kili the sumner Postal Telegraph Mil, to throw . ptivtk -i worth ".in,nts.,.hmi, .,, tutop postal b I.-, riiph relief for ten \>ms, gae aid Hu* new i orpoi , Hun m rotetng s ooneu Idatioo with the ".,i anea. ..t a pur .f il., ir Hues and lights Bfalnit the i ?.. WUlcll thu bill ilia--) 111)1 provide " TO REFUND CERTAIN DUTIES. VVA.-iiiMii.iN. Mill til 20.?>triiaini Morrill ro ported tavernbly to-daj tresa the Oommlttee on F the bill Introduced by Benatoi j! i e. i sui, to provide for tbe refun Ungot t-ei lau i toll, elc.l on raw siu-uis ISSSirrtWl linring thc ja: which dullen nu im,. u!- ut ?u?? tr ? w.-I . | sad00] b i te-i under 1 ..?? lost, a* smeaded, th> provides that the a* am m the ainu.mt .t Bash daxlssovec i the duties which would have bees Milwood nader the ? ? irt to havo : bsea the only lawful methud of co.Ieuitng duilc* on raw I stiean, sbalThe refunded to tbs Impvi about ! ami only whine f/ratast and "tpm ul were made Bf tue oolleottoa (j-'lUi'S <xoti? or Juliet, under tho I prov Lion* of Section .'1,011. peevi"."! Statute*. The claim* on ttl. in Hie Treaturv Uepariuient i BWSSSd br tbe lilli iigeieotte if-U.C 1... I UK Ki:iFi:i;.TYM)N IXVKM"WAI ION. a itl ruin aikipti i' nv nu. noes*; tSSSMlflBB OM A( ( nt NI ? I'OIM- .'I ll SUM..NV. IT.T Til I..14I-II TH TI1X TBI Bl NF. I W isniKOTOW, Mardi 20.?Thfi Room Com? mittee on Ar. ennis aureed to ii iciH.rt on the ISSSSSaen Instructing it io aarertala whether at theetsassf the XLVlIth 0*a***rress any employes st theBesasweredi* t u rted "i tun,eil out mid otb. r--inph.ycd in tli?li -?. . 1. who reich ed pay and rendered no sen i. B, At the end of Hie Inti *e**1oii of the M.VIIih r.ii.iri*e?* C. ff, 'I | ?.in, one of the olll.i-tl ItSSOgysphsrS, wa* HUinmnrily (le prived of hi* plaee, and B. P. Daises, n nsfxhsw of ral Heifer, wilt sppotsted whi;c iii* Mahers sf the committee icfiisc to furnl-b for publication any in? formation nSpSStiag lb* ("iirluMoii* rem bed by tbe ceeamHtae, there ii every re? Boa to believe that the report will *hnw lhal Mi Palma raadsred no ssrvtss trom tho theo bs Wilt i,]ip.nilled, whb ll wa- late ou the Ulght of the lift SS] "' Ibe mst Congress, te tba UmewbM tbs eaeassst tei-t of Hie XI.VMllli OoafreSS were organize.1 ami cuiei, d H.i their iii' it bm been ssserted by istas pf Gt si rsl Ketfer*i Meads lhal lhere wm m arrangement when Tyson wa* sppolat ed rm official stenographer that befon the expfa slea uf Speaker Heifer's tenn he, TysOB, *ln>ii'.l leStgB his plain in ..r.ler thal the Bpsaher-'a nephew salsjst ho appointed. Prom whet Iras been lesraed af tbe testtmony given by tbe .lui. rent wit? i? ?-. ii h deemed probable tim'the committee wss not able to sacertaln that any such undi r* htandlng ealsted. or, ll io, thal Tyson wm ci mirani of lt, aHiioiic.li Genera Keifer might hui'- had theiuipres ?lou thu . When Ty*on retired from office he nml H.iw-un. the remaining ktenographer,entered late .ni auieemeiii by whn h Dawoon wm to ahare bli salon equally with Tynon. Prom wbal li known of thc teatl Iven hy the wltnenae* before tbecommlttee.lt l* to rom u ie thal the committee found that the ar? rangement mentioned wai ni adi with the Hi - knowledge and approval, eltbou^h he probably never saw the dot,ni* o ,i' ni ami crt.cnly never rcii/i .1 any pectin iry benefll therefrom. i i,.n the letter written by Hpeakei Keller io Tyson ea the afternoon of March :i, IH93, snd from tbe ii-tinum\ of Tyson ud Dawoon,oorrob oiiii "I. ii- ii I* oaltl to ii'.i lieen, by that of Gaines aud ea i> pn leutative Iber prob* .le lhal th. commitlee'i tepon will ?how tb.it while Trsondid reaign. lu a technical fen se. be did *o under p: ?????-? I aftej extreme effort* Both pereonally and H.roiigh bl* friend, Mr. Bobeoon, t.> be n wined. There ure tome coll itor ii qui -.?inna Involved In thc In? ri, ui Mr. i.-"i i itt fled that be wrote s letter te Hie .-i'"..!;.'i on M.iicn 3, In v bil h be proposed. In l?h*lf . Il and n.iws.m, lhal each would paj 9100pei Il IOU I ll tu Galee* if he. IV'..!.. Wu. p I In,-.. I to rete 111 ll 4 place ami Hain, ikepl In tbi plan of *i" iket** eli iii at a .r 91,000 n year lt I* uniter-.'".il that Genersl Keifer teattfled he aevei ? ich a letter from ryson and that benevei beard of*auob s proposition, lt I* farther undentood tbs! fislnei testified that bs in lorine.11 leneral K. it.r of tbe proposition. Mr. Bobcsoe testified itiat lie saw thia letter, which wa* submitted to him by Tyson, and thal h.- suggested wrtatn emendations, which Tj non i lopte I. I hi te wu- ronalder able conflict between tbe testimony of General Keifer and that of Dawson, ryson. Gaines aaa Mr. Bobeeou on sst .-ral point*, but BS thee were not material 1 i the import If li hardly probable thm thej will bo noticed In the nperl of tbe committee. ll the lepo-.t ls adopted hythe Hunte Mr. Haine* will not receive the montn's extra pay provided by the ktfnt reoolutton te par otbei employ.I theXLvIIt-b c'ou gresa who have been discharged. ? NOMINATIONS BT THK PBE81DEKT. WaSHIXOTOS, Murdi 20.?Thc I'le-idi-nt sont the follow lng nomlnatiOM te the Renato to-day: John (', Ptsttenoa te he ITnited States nttoi-ney for (Ue District of Delaware, and the following named persons lo be post reaetarsi f. a. Meever, BrookrlUe, ream.; Xsotsas a, Hutchin*. Pennington, Vt.: Thoma* Ooeweehaxll, Vew Heilford, MilH-t. ; Leverett M. Hubbard. W.il'mgford. Conn.: Ethel C. Benedict. Homer, S. T.j Herbert L. Jojoe. r.iiuiwauda, N. Y. ; Charin*. II. Ilruwiie, Irving? ton, S. V. ? COSFIBMATlOSa HY THK BENATE. Wajhisgtos, March 20.?Thc Beaste ooo flrmeil the following liomin,itlons tod iv : JOMph B. Irish, of Wisconsin, te bs GSaaal sf tbs United Mate* si (..gnu.-; Leonard i: tv.iie<. of Delaware, to i-e United District Judge for tin Ji|.!ii,'i of Delaware: Vb. un J. i.illoi'.l. ol Hudson. X. Y., tobe Hull,in Agent sl Foil Berthold, DaJutai Janies V. Kerns, ol P '.nula, to be United Btate* Marshal for the Hasten) tJia trict of Pennsylvania) r. ll. Jarristobe poatmaater at Columbia, Tenn- Plrsl Lieutenant Eric Bergland to be ( aptali , ( otp* of 1 Lieutenant I H. Beach tobe i'n -1 Lieutenant, Cori** of Engineer*, and .-c.,ii,il Lieul :. ant. nth infantry. -*> W.WIINUION NO. v vt,um,ins, Thai -.I..-. M .f' 'i 20, ls-u. Tm. I i .?The Soum Commit? tee on Foreign Affair* to-day BO. the bill ? ? tin-Cbtncoe Indemnity Pund. Oamamam Goona ts TaAJQUT.?"rheTreasury D iivni ls ooMideriog .) pi", I: ,.:i . thi the Unlti i State i ?? lt hon I the usual . l*i'.iil-'i-l n i'iiim.i; iv Nu i.tll/MlDN Lxwa the ibm - i ' day agra . amend the i -statute* ->.. ti provlrti i -i i".i n In a foi i bm countrj aod u tbi* < minti -r, u i randfuth. he trni) or the i ind either .Ind lu this -erv!, e. or wa* bo:' dltibarged therefrom, be ooualdvied iiii'iu ol lbs Tai DgnciBXCl \. . ;:.i'i:uTi'is BILL, Senator A'.'i s-ui ie;,i,rt ii tn .... this morning ie Hefleicnc] Appropriation biU i.itly recelreu from the llouae. BsGtsTEs ron rm dsy p issed .? a re lister to tbe owner* ol tbe Ml.ter Druid, . veteel which bad been wrecked and tbe < roch .?! which bad been bought and repaired by John H, atcGuln snd Warren Wonaon. Tm. Miutabi Arie'iui i:i')\ Box -The eoaferouM . A odemy Appropi tattoo MU wm ind if..,:- il ,, -ld. him.* DsaATsn ra nts dexATa.?The Usn sss te-day the bill to fix tbs Balarie* of Untied H ' Lgei at *5,O0 1 the Bhvu i im il on bill. CHICAGO WHEAT i SHADE HIOBER, . .VI 1Y IN PRIVII K41II) Al)* vam-: i\i-ii ii.n :nr itiasoaara ra ruc rarauaa.] Cum Ai..., Ifsxefa 20^-With n<> big trsdiiig, and a Barrow range of fluctuation, thc grain market to more ii.'ej .. oil ut any time within the past fortnight. For once tl sum decline lu win .it wai begun. Lindblom wu- feeling i , i-i bti ' leaded th d parlani ?>. b - n good b ... Inf, K sn did Poole, Kent ,t Co., and Dwight .k Gillon. It wm Mid ui a- luarters thai Lindblom ei. bul thia wai pi Make. Beam waa changing wheat over from May fal June, Miling the Brit and buying the latter. Thismadi him appear at oer tain timi when be really wm not. Ba odored t.. change ovei my ilxed blocks thal Shred Then wm sum,- buy v.m bv the little thnrt,. bal no alarm at all apparent among tbe big one*, il there are any Mg ihorta. .Ma. v. ii-,it opened it 94"**, adi nncedtoBo-4, iilnl Closed oil tue illili ,il ;..', a 'i.'.^; . til! loki Bl put* nt ni'-, -'i Iii aud there ?i re big trudi - prlvili :?? . Th.- weatbei ' Que. li wm nimored to nlghl I i 0,000 b labels . ii!..) tbe report, mncb mora significant, thal EMt-bound rall freight* bad boen i tu IS rente. Il li certain that i as this have been attainable bj eertutn people, e*peetall! David Dow* S Oo., for oome time i io thal ' I'- eec.I ' m. it ii reeilj his been made, will effect i.-> revolution. It ought, bowever, t,. -tend ...it the wheat nml corn pi lui up here. i ? .te believed tO !?? MUM big OOldUlM Of wi,eat ben The reeling to-nlgbt among conoervetive.imii *i m houses it th it while .rn ad-.,,-ut ta likely to ot me, it ai abm likely to bo slow, unless there come* u m.d snap rn toms otbei soi Iden! t>> alarm the smuts. Puta and cull* on corn to-night auld within '-, , al ..f each other. Calls od Maj I tmmedlatelj after the afternoon call al hot*, the oloslng price of the ..piton, and puts -oil a? ."u'.'v. One straddler ? i? aold st the oloslng price on Khi.ohh bmbeli fur ?300. Tbe ooru pit was altogether without li i.ii-is tt,.r,. tme\\, 'ia cans '"it shippen ny that Cblcago >*o. 2 Corn ls 4 Mnts abova anyothei market in .i*iii.iii. I iii--- tho receipts bold up verj tm K will be tt liing \. rj tired, ProvlsJosB were higher snd i trifle mon I'-tlve. bm Hil* ! latter la Baying* very little; for of Into tbe !?? been doing little otb. i than Idllni Im tba) selling I* bazaitl iu*, and th it mn n,a I- .uni ituok te Will m.ike big mu:,-v. M.iy polk Stopp- 'I al lld 12%. ami Ms ? d2*i RICH DISPLA1 Ol IRT1F1CIAL ILOWEES. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of tliU week mci.- opening days of the Pail Ubcr .. is i'- ? ? *.. loeb an ii' howi ?:, thal the op .. < ontlnuod ??:, irtlBelal i! s : [.?ii, feather*, liim lu. .1 . . . - roitb a '. i be -dor. is e.,\ mi luiil M.. -.. i- of mani ki k su nutlu is oplt |h Iii . i- p.. ? inn art. ii. li i r< d aud di Ui ite i ink'; ? . ? ? . .s. mignon, iu. *nd ? variations j ? l be oi n;iiii.ii. itiiou ..ml ? oinliluatioii - ? lui mi : nd " loud . and graoae* in .c. u um ul ? ' poll., ?*? ru ny a nn abolu iiwonki 1 ' : jil ih,: . lent pani ? i .. . , ? catabUnbo.1 in . j ?4 RAILWAY INTERESTS. ?AST HOUND BATSfl 1CLUM BBDUCED. mr. pksshyi.vanu rah.hoad iirmvnus aiuwir *( ll Md IF. TO MEET Ct'T?. Coniniiseionr-i Fink IsaSSBdSB unlcr yesterday foi a i..Im linn In ta*t bound freights lo Ihe bani* of 10 niiU pei UKI pounds freSB Chicago SB New-York, 'ID cent* on provision* nml live hoi.-* and '-'?? ci nt-on meat-, in bulk. This 1* a reduction sf 0 SSSSS SSC Iud |n)uuds from ihe basis, nlnbiisheil hy lin- BfSBV .ii-ni ?> ai their BSSeSbBg "ii March 18. ami vf us muilo upon Ihe .I-i.mini of thc I'enii*ylronla Kailroad. under tho rule that any teed nine lexpilie tbe reduction of tariff rale* to the level of the lowest cut rate. Tin; re.Iu.Hnu make* ihe tat.ff tho lowest on eastbound tr itflo ever known ni IBS history of the railroad pool. The reduction ssiissi nosnipjhxs smtrairstlrsadassn, and it hud been forcahatti.wed lu the column* Sf Thk Twin m; af haft Saturday. The *lgnineani e of the lower rate* Ile* In the fact that lt Indicates Itu- peiaiMeuee of tbs I'tnii-) 1\ ania Kailro ul in the policy announocd by 1'residem Roberts si tbs batt pi .side ti is' meeting of culling for ofBelal reduction* when aver the e*t*b!i?hi?'i terni wu* set ssatotasaed. Tomi i d the position af the rVnuylrssla a nfsnnee to jutst e,?nis I* iu?< es,ai v. Las) year while tho Brie Ball load wa* cutting rates lo nwt the Delaware, Lacka? wanna nnd Western, the Prnnaylvsala followed th* sass Bl i Imea iiml at oilur tlBMS uplielil mle* pd long a 4 the I ric ami Grand Trunk captured Ute bunine"* nf th* N'ow Voik ("Iitlal aval, in the I'cnnst i-. i'ttlu u a*, compar-ie tirsly ImliCeu nt. Within the last rew month*, while rate* wera being eui by the oonaee tioin of His New-York ("antral, the Balli.*e and Ohio al*o cut. thereby striking al the Pennaylvanla au In -- to Philadelphia. The warfare recently ileti-iojii'd between the two hud Damed roods on coal im in,-.. I, I* alao tended io anger the Pennsj Ivsnls road. SHU another cause thal baa led President Boberts to take id- pie len i poaltion ba i been the 1. reduciioM n id. i.y lhe pool arbitrator* In the perccntegva "f the I'-1 iy*tem. Tbe general basts of thcM swards bas iu en tia com s?- ot trudi.?, rind Um Pennsylvania |-e.ipin have declared thal as they only suBered In their per >? from their policy of maintaining rate* better elr competitor* maintained them, they Intended to test what the drift of buslue i would be with ali Hms placed nu an equality. The new tarin ratea an under tbi leon the (Tain contract*- from St Louts to Baltimore In tbe ii of tbe Baltimore and Gblo, TheM wereid cent* pei loo pounda. On a 15 cent rete from Chicago to New York, 'he rule from Bt, Loui* bi 18 eenta. Aaa llfferenceof .1 ?? i loo pound* I* allowed In favor of Bu llmore, the Dew ottic ii i i , the Ht. Loui* nie to Bal ll mora si Ift eenta. oi 1 cent less Hutu the llalttm. and Ohio's Bailroad men fear thal even yesterday'* . .lint.on ?III mil .Bl the iM'luiil rai''? thal lire likely to :?? when the compution ot the water lines begin*. The Brie railroad haa been strengthening lt* fleet tm thc '? i Si . fork Central'* bute faeUItiM bat ? been Increased by tbe receui norganixation of the Weatern Transportation Comp:.ny. The iltnation ts farther disturbed by the low rate* made tty the w.-t Bhore london grata hom Bulfalo to New-York, w'ulcb the other trunk lin..* win be i ompoiied t.> most. ? Till: BBIDOE BOAD TO BE EXTENDED. Tho BridgeTrnstecs held s voeciui meeting fSSfa rduy to consider the question of QHSndlng the rail? road tTnck* In thi* city over and across Chatham-*!., and past IBS elevated railroad Mullen, With WhtSh SSSMSSttSa by platfoitn will be made, lhe matter WM laid over fruin tb.- last rec.dar meeting utitll such limo ot Mayor Bdsoa ,1'nl < ontrollei (.rant could be present. Thc SthSt lni*t?0S who ?were in attendance ye*tor.luy were Miiyor Low, Con? troller Ilrliikc.'liiitl'aml Messrs Kingsley, Hush, McDonald, Von Scliaick, Htranahan, Agnew, Swan, Witto. Msrahall. Howell, Davis gad Hendrix. After an executive BSSSSM of au hour, President Klngnley repoit.d tho ro*olitHou adopted by tho executive oosaaslttee. Il prevised that the president aud chief cn ghaserbs ssdhortsed ami dtraeted to maks the aeaeaasgy const nu't lon to extend the lin.lgo railroad *y?tem to tho westerly sala sf (.'liatham st., or tbareahoat, sabstanttaUy ra ahewe ta tho rasps propeled and Uki basan the tras tees. Theso provide fur a structure to SI Ililli forty feet fruin tbe present terminm, and which will tttterters lu no way with City Hall Square or the Hall of Record*, but will take awitv it portion of the elevated railroad station an. 1 tho stairway which now obstrai ts entrance to tbs bridge, Tbe proposed resolution vt,-*, opposed bj Mayor l/.w snd Cou trailer Grant Tbeformei said it would aol be wlseto i il.'- one step and then stop, snd hi thought tbe ?tincture should lie extended further, so a* t.> give *nore room for switching cars. The resolution, however, waa adopted by a vote of l- le i. those lu thu negative bcius; Low, (jrant, Agnew san Sunn. Aa Kr, Kingsley l* going to Europe for aeveral mouths, uiul m Vlce-Presldenl Ji'isl. will abra be absent, Mr. stratiairiii wai made acting president, despite Mr, Pan action. HOW TO PROVIDE FOB BETTERMENTS. There Uta difference between the Pennsyl? vania R . Wayne and Cid. .... Bailroad and tl teor company, i queation of providing fer tbe betterment* made by theil i IheP ? ,,v ihs - ""i,.Miii..i. th. Pori ?? and >.f thia amount Si.000,000 hoa not yet been audited hythe Port Waroo, i oder the li ie the Foti i Railroad for uioucj i :n Impro - t" ll ? i ; pk. .'?- the -i". I. no lol- ll Ing more of lt, tor fear thal the Pennsylvania Railroad maj bi cumulate li in it - treasury under a tru il oi sinking fund until lt aecuras sufflclent to control til my, in tba! cara ? rould be proctli illy ind might make con itrui Hod i ol . harmful to the orb. bond that would be i lien prior to the 91.380 OOO an iiuul rental whicb thc len-te retiuire* tbe Peuuaylvanla Kmlrn ? ?'? tbe I'i.rt Wayne *tockhohl< i . Il often to fm ai*.i ?,1,000.110 ouab paul.', on a live per cent. ite oi bond liane, and partly on a-iv per oenl , .-n-, provided tue bond* are aunjeoted to all the pie*.-ni lion* ol the lens.-, ami further that lin- I I I ililli) -il. ll. lilli'"' till, la,ur. Thi* utter 1 lie IV li l|,\ 1 \ il 1)1,1 The din oton ol the Fort A'ayiu road have itookholdi ra for april :t. for I be ii irpooti of deciding on one ..f three moaeiire* -11 To eon ',.,? loane of leven per cont stocks! par; (li) tin i-siii'ofa reaoonablo amount of bonds, properlj locured i ? i mann.-i a* to c-'lum.iud the lowe*) pooalble rate ereot, or (3; to submit thu whole queation to the ( otu -. CHANGE IN WES! BIDE ELEVA. SD 1KAIV**. Beginning nexl Snndsj, trains on the Sixth avenue Elevated Railroad will be run from South Perry to Harlem bi tween the bonn of u a.nt, and ti p m. and paasengers for Pitty-clghth-st, will 1.bilged to change ? Porty-aeoond-st-., from which "shuttle" brains win carry tb nt to Flfty-Ha-hta-et, <m weekdays tbs trains will be ne eakhey bare been prerloui . ;. to Harlem and Flftj elgbth-et. General Manager Ham, of the Maobatl u Company,. Idj itorday that the pur ? al.* between the Harlem train* from 8 to 5 ml -. when lhere 1* ala ay* ui the Mummer a large travel to Harlem. ".?.mid lui toi the advautagi of the travelling public. THE 1W1.N i lilt..-* CONCILIATED. "-omni.k>? racine officials- batistt st. paul AMi MINNI .ll'iil IS. [bi rstaaaira ra mi nuavas.1 St. Pail, .Mindi 20.?At (lie coiiicri-tice he? leen of 6L Paul Bnd Minnsapells Cham* ,iin! Vice Pre ld. ut(lake* an l I':. Ighl Sgenl Hannaford of the Northern Pacific, rester day, some misapprehensions of the tenor ..ride meeting ut which the Mlnneapolli committee liad been appointed won dispelled on thu-me bead, snd the workings of the now tarni explained upon lbs oilier. Mr. Oakes showed th a In *??Hn| ap tbe tariff gradueting rate* bad been m.uh-fi.un Mt. Peal to Portland 0S the uno baud, and rates upon th.- s.,n,,. baals ..f compensation mada tran Fortland te Kt. I'aul uud Mlnnearjoll**, It would bs sui. I.lal, .Mr. Oaken said, tu ruin the Ta. ill., coast trade, which was governed by conditions of water traiiaportation, eta-, la tho uteri -t of Cities Sl Hil* cud of tho lino. In Bdlnsting, Hie tariff St. Pani and Minneapolis had been accorded practically aQ tbs territorj (ron tbs Idaho Ibis eastward, and Portland all from thal point WMtward. Walla Wallu, Colfax, Walula, r,,i a,hilton and nome other potnta which were named, were on the Dragon Ballwaj and Navigation (..mi..my'* line, and not within their Juriadletion. i in* I'.t.i.-i*. lu the two compaulea wen now somewhat diverse. Mr, Oakes gare tbe oommlttee the assurance ti.ut such Ineeualities u-s sn mci te sztst, however, trouiii receive the fsvorableconsideration of the Northern Paclfle. I he eonfi renee brought out clearly thal no other I. u prevail* ti in to ic i ord the men bani mai.lurars of the twin cities every reseonabie oppor? tunist to build up a trade In the M'e*iL and thal the bi? ol tbe company lu tdentl al with tbat of tho two ettie*, ii..- committees were thoroughly ratisned, and ?will *o report to thc botties the) rapresi ii. ? I" BE IB80RDED IN lo OTHER I.IM'.s. Dai i.in. niii,,, starch 20.?The ramon ?>. tbs or ot th" Toledo, Cincinnati and St Umls narrow gauge] ;., bs c.u.Ilrined by statements ol thc I' iv. The Cincinnati, Hamilton Bad Ha-pm B .ti' ...ul i- lie-in,ifs ,,f obtaining it si i i Inlet to tbe Bo .iiu: -et uily lhe Dayton division, while the Cincinnati, Vee Wert and MMblgan lt"."i ? ii for a Cincinnati route, i ? ?? > ..k. Pennaylvanla and Ohio Hoad t* said lo le ....it await Ina J ? ? ? ih. ni divinion, nm* glvb ..ru. inuecting lmk between Dayton sud Un. in i .. i" .1 ?i .id . ,. ade . aiiilunl -? A BUMOH DENIED. Inr iki Basal ii .i. i .m.. VI Bt, 1'vii. M;ii.-h 20.?Ii wss reported Issi night thal Pi ; ..if Un Northern Pacific bad lu i nub. 0 tu iel n, in order thai i bl* place Investigation onowa ll e.u; r.,ii . ia ion. Mi-v ^LLANEOUH KAJLWA. I". I I.I,I.lei, tit. I'M!., starch L'O.-A ttiByStefa ts i/?? Evening Jourim! from Rraluerd, li Ibo., Mys: A meeting wo* bald tait night to project a railroad from Hrainerd to Min.* Lace Lake. The plan la to co-operato wltb th* en? terprise of the s't.ite road from I>ocb Lake to Mill* Lae* by way of Ilrahierd, now building, using lhe oame right of way from here to tbe lake*, and pooaihly ielning with lhe Ht. I'iiuI. Hrainerd sud Grand Fork* *y*teni. I lie movement I* hantened by the discovery that ant. I/.uls syndicate under the management of H. (iratz Dee WI bes Secured the right of way for tbe same purpose. Hu tm..nd, March 'JO.-Tbo annual mooting of tbeChe* SpMaW and Ohio I'.ul I way Company wa* held to dav. The rejiort of President C. P. ITuntlngtoii was submitted and approved. It show* the net earning* laat year te be .*l,:iiu;,(M)(i. 'Hie rc-iort speak* In Kratlflcl term* of the Western extension and connect lons of the rood om well aa of the tidewater extension toNowportNew*, at which point, in addition to other improvement*, a grain elevator of ono and ono half million bushel* capacity baa been com? pleted. Tho Hoard of Pircctor* waa elected a* follows i C I*. Huntington. A. A. Low. A. H. natch, K'lliot Hlgifln*. John Cast.ee, Ifaao E. Hate*, A. E. Orr, K/ra Wheeler and ll. T. Iwwmler, all of Now York and William C. Wickh un anti Johu Ki im./, of Virginia. Charlo* Tl. Wright, of Philadelphia, waa elected a dire, tor of thc Northern Pacific It all road Company yesterday, lu place of Henry Villard, resigned. OPPOSED TO THE HIGH LICENSE BILL. tSEwsss and aatTsrsss ooMSfsnta pos pout* 1CAI. ACTION. Upward ol ? bnndrod portly-looking men, sangs* bars "i the Nsw York State Brewers sad Maltsters' AjMoclation, nut yesterday In the largo hall ai Terrace Garden for their senii-ennual conventioa. Am.mg ti,em WOTS eI .Mayor John II. Manning, of Buffalo; Mayor Edmund Fitzfrerald, of Troy : Colo? nel I'o wen, representing tho Rochester Brewers: William 0. Mil. h. representing tbe Als Brewery v .uti"n; George r.'.i.t. A. N. Beat William Woora, Matthew Leaver, B.C. Bcbsefer, iletiiy Ferris, Janies t.verard, J . underbill, August Hoi iiiinnii, l'ei. i lloelger, Philip Ebling. Heury Kl ins, \V. N. Oothont, of Rochester: C. II. Evana, of 11 iu is un i'lletirv (' I:in isl ui. jr.. Jsmos'rlansgan, .ia. nb Ruppert, niui A. I'. .1. 'I<>\. y. I be mut OOO men*.tiers, who brew nearly 0,000,? OOOof tim 1H,000,000 barrels of beet brewed lu the United States annually. Ita object is thepro. ti-.luui of it* members by combined political action. Tbe members have agreed tooppo candidates lui office .'h..*.' ni 1.1.I-i are note!...: I the prohibition question, without regard to their party alli I.ul ions. VV. N. (b.tliout, of Rochester, who e..lied tbs meeline- to order, spoksagainst the Roosevelt high license law. The true remedy foi thc spread of intemperance, be thought, wss to have s high license for spirit nous liquors snd a low license inr malt liquors. Hie report ol tbe Board of Trustees oalled attention to thc sffleient action taken by tho association in tho last election, w ban over '15,000 votes ware casi against Mr. Maynard, tho Democratic candidate for Secretary ol' ?"?tale, ra suiting in his defeat liv a lerge inajority. 'Ile* Committee on Resolutions reported resolutons protesting sgainst Benate bill No. 199. itceoiu tions w.:e offered In which the wii-dom of total ulihtineiit e, saan ,ui>*tiaet theory, wss recognised; butatatlng that ii was unpraciicsbla, and thats temperate nae of lager heer was in the truest Inter eei of temperance, tne Roosevelt high license bill -a .-I-* condemned n* sn unwise meacura tvhioh woulil increase the i*4Tnsumption of spirituous liquor* nt the expense of malt, as bad been provedhi Mich* iiiiin. l "n> resolutions wen unentmouely adopted. The t nu i ni it tee on Petltlona made s report axon* erutimk ex-Mayor Manning from a oharas of huting been a temperance advocate. Tho foilow Ing officers wore nnaahnously sleeted i \V. N. Oot liiuit. president; A. B. Pratt, C. M. Evana, ard Milln? iti. 1 Fitzgerald, vice-presidents; W. A. A. Brown, treasurer, and ll. B, Wlieatoroft, tury. Henry Clausen, Jr., said that tbs effort.* of Dr. Rowan Crosby in favor of tetnpeianes were ap* proved by the brewers. There was otalw n ditterant ..pinion se to the beat mettled ol bringing ahout a better state of affairs., Mo lielioveti that tho only effect that a higb license would have would bo tu drive ;t large Dumber of smaU men from a legiti? mate to an illegitimate business. Ue favored tight - lng prohibition to the last. There ia in tbe State a capital of 1870,000,000 invested by brewers, end they would nol submit tn being driven out ol business. TEACHINGS OF TBE TWRLl B A ros ILKS. a ikan;*i.41ion tn ran uiiciAir.Y discovsaan MS. SEA Bl V BEADY. Only two copies of the " Didacke ton Dudcua Apoi tuti?i"~ "Teachingol tho Twi Ive Apostles reached this country. One of them Isa! Andover snd the dtber in tho library of the Union Theolog - minary. The one In this city was only re? ceived lani week anda translation of it will sale uexl Tuesday, lhe work, entirely in Greek, published In Constantinople by Pnllotheos Bryetttii ?, the Metropolitan Bishop of .Nunn'."1.!.). who discovered the manuscript iu a library in Cou* stantinopU . ' be American c.iiti.'ti has been pushed a nh great and the < omplete ti ? lion, introduction* and notes wiU be in tbe hands of tbe printer* this morning. The work has been done i.. 1' ? well 1). Hitchcock and Pra? rie Brown, of the Union Seminary, will lu- published bv the Scribners. The inrrodnc tlon will ..cciipv about two pages, the text ami translation niinut thirty, and the notes ten. In conversation with a raine:***, reporter leal night Gr. Hitched k said i [tin '? ' ?timportant "timi." of thad inn sits-tiiii ni Its authenticity beyond all QUeetlon. li litton between A. 0.120 and loo; i .io not baan i.y whom nor Jual when. It has an Important bear! the queel un' ol baptism; alao on the ipi. .-non* ot the polity of the early church. Many Koolan, knowing the Importance of the document and Ita bearing on earti church history and denominational polity, have dealred tn seo lt. The origma] d about the length oi the Epistle to tin- tteutians. ."*ai.l ai...I her scholar who had seen tho Lo..k : iii.- deductions noni the contents of this im? portant manuscript sra ai variance with every polity eaiahlisned. They are all shown to be later growths or development"*. The Bpts i opaiiiui will iimi Blender ground for th ? Apostolic suo ? * slim ; the i'i. sb> terian -o ie* bl* r.:.i:i^ i Idei; the Baptlsl gi i iwate] ?? po neil" on bim, ami rae Congregationalist u.ts unell comfort, Ru-ii denomination will coutluueon tu ii* ..wu way, do doubt, but luis .iocuinent will serve to emphasise tho faot rather moro than uispeoted beioic, that to make i claim ta not sqnlvalentto proving tl amt holding ii agalnat all coiners, ibo book will be of interest to all .'lu.--. * of c.i.ir,it. ti people,whether they undei Land draak or not, for the translation I- made by a competent American lonolar, with the advantage of aavloe and ooun *el from one of .un-most dlsttogiiUhedohunb Metorlana. Comp teni ludges have declared the authentiolty of the boo], bi .o' -I ii li--I lull. A ttl-ll tb Ul has bc II Called IO Billin. of the p. i ol thc document 1b The Independent uiul The Lr tt noel iel lu tho last two issues, anil The Exam ipi *i) uas already tried to forestall ant conclusion"* lltee li- i ? melita will.'ll Hilly proVe pl fpiillel.ll to Iii'' theorj uf immersion, it ia seldom thal a book create* ao lu i tt- ti sir in Mi s'|.,rt i timi-, but Hie coaiuioltou is only in proportion t.> lt* importance. A SOUND STE I UER BREARS BER SHAFT. Tbe steamer Continental, ni th.-New-York and New Haven Line, broke her shaft while off Bridge? port Light \esl- i,Liy murnini*, ami WSS towed intii Bridgeport harbor. Tho Continental toft New-Haven about midnight Wednesday night, having ou board about thirty passengers and a full cargo of freight. When tne shaft connecting the p...|.l'o u 1,., I-, broke, the passengers, most ot whom were, abed, got up and dressed, bal there wasnopanio. rhe Elm City, of tho same line, which waa on ber way up from this city, oame aloug about ll a. m., and seeing that the Conti? nental was disabled, ron alongside sud took off her passengers. The Bim City t h-n towed the Con? tinental Into Bridgeport. The passengers of tho dlaabied steamer were taken back to New-Haven. A tug waa sent up fi.un this city un sooosethe lOWsof lhe ai'. i.l.-nt renell.-tl here, to bring tho Continental down the Bound. Bbe will reach hera early this morning. It waa said at thc office of the compauy that the damage was slight. -e . ? TRANS I TI. A V TU I JR A VEL L GUS. Affipng tiu> psjsengera who srrived from tis erpool by the stosraerClty of ChesteryeotsedSy wera tax ten, mu-t:. Bickford. E.Crandall, 1-tedOooke, Ki - Oooks, i Mn. B. 1.. Ensign, ii. La\U?nabew,Pewj Prank im, m. i. I'.iine.mib, Alfred Oeorge, Mr.aad Kn. John Hayhurst, l tessii Hall, (Uehard W. Bolt, the Rev. aad Mis. A. K. .lulus, B, Inutile, TebOSSSaLSWlS, Mr. ami Mrs. Davtd I... liimrt, Edmund la*ubert, Mr and alta, ff Pres t.Harry Q. Powell,/. fcPnlxeer,U.8.H., Mn. M. A. R,.-ta. Miss Oeeevteve I'ui-eru, Thomas Beevi t?Theo .imi ii. itadualavotT,Mr. snd Sra. A. H. rurner, h. ?>. Wright, Tnej v.. VVyles, Mia L B.Wilson.Miss! .fVilaon, lusiuc Waugh. Silvanus \\iiwiu? .u..i Mi. snd Mrs, i hon..ta U ngslull'. Arnon tho-.- v.bo sailed by the fVhttC -bur iteamei Ri - public wi re Mr.. Annandale, 0, Arnold, Ktehard Andi is, Mr and Mrs. h. J. A. Bryant, <'. P. Brooker, John H. r, Captain Oeorge H. Bradbury) Clement Hould, J. H. Hall, J Herbert, Mr and Mrs. B. ?'. Homam B. il. iiueisoii, J.P. Johnston, Mr. ami Mi* 1. James, Hugh Low, If. Ha] Myer*, ll P. Owens. Henri r.Pearce, 1. H. Bhi Idon.J. I'. W'lil.bleu ami Capt .itu Wk ? i SEW SYNAOOGUR TO BE BUILT. A in sr sjrnsgogtie is to bs built this sommer oe the wi .; ade of Madl**aa*eve. asarStsrj Ifta-athj tbe .limn ul Hie I,inti Jeri.ultim, one Of tSS oldest in Net, york, lin prc Ideate! tbs oons*ragattoa ' i oi.n fseterd iy lied piena tat tbe sew bsBBSStg win. tbs Bulkil ' Ho said ia rscard te the syaaa5xguoi We iiine inst Bocured ibe lots, thal ..?st us-.7ii.ihmi. and tb. en.in wolli we , -.rm.ito will nindi not more .hui |150,Ot " I. n ni * ij nagogue wi l t-c i baudaonie ?truc luic ol pre*aed t rli r wltbetoue lriiumlugi-,75.ly lot m. ie h.-no buildings on Ihe lots,sad ground will be broken neal Moudaj n H" weather ia fuvorablo. Our lyuagogue, nt preeenl. Ison Thlrtj fourth-ai betweeu -sUtb m.il .-enmil ..i.s The eongregatluu was organ .'. ago. Most of member* aro mot lng up-town. sou all agree thal tbe new building wUI be mon ? Html, and fte hope lt will bc reaUy tot M cup-iiiou in tbs i*u. THE TOESIDENCY. FlRTirER TALK ABOUT CANDIDATE*!. ABTHLirSBOCrill-icN support WKAKKN1NO irvington r,,rr*tT?n4Unce of The Phllndelpkla FtmlBtm I When th<* last batrJi of Southern nomination* were neut to the Bfiiat*, Arthur** *tur had attained it* l*reatfsft. aiiitu.l.-. *rom tbat day lt baa been "-oin*; tlowa The North Carolina combination fell through willi Roo-rh's rejection. In Alabama, Stronach's fftjei tlon ?li,rwedth"i office-holding gang that continuation Wa* ?* Important ,* nomlnattoo. arni tbat lt woui-l tx wl*? nos to put all their egg* in one bosket. Ma hone and fluid labsfgSr i >fir.?ii to laic lu the fltu.itInn more clearly and loot out for a (toft place it* fall upon. They were shaken further In their alleglam-* t<i th.- rolimlng dyna/tty wb.-n toe i'.e?i,|,-,i. io thai for,, ot their wishes, failed to reappoint Senor a* Chief .lusttre nt Wyoming, lie boa cut locate from tbe A nh ur craft, and, rope In hand*, seeks another tow ; while Senator Kid.: I*. berger, bl* colleague. In abundant eautioa. bas eui u..i President eatlreiy, and 1* coo, netting alternately willi l/titan ami Sherman, and saying a kimi word now amt ihou for Ulallie when he I* lil Blaine company. The Vir? ginia Menafor* haven't Hine to tie themnelve* to a forlorn bone. They have a l>l?t ngbt ahead. At Chlcimo their delegation will be found on the winning *lde. Ho. tint in io** aeeeaabjf, to snow tiieu hm..)- ks advaaes, ara the other Southern delegations. AN ILLINOI8 VOTK Fi Ht F.IiMr.V.'w. Fruin The fhlcoqo /o-tr-vit Hr" There whm s 'nnfon-nc!- nf the Republicans of New-York and Ilrooklyn, rtteenlly, for the purpu*.- of boomluic Benator Kdumuil* for the Presldeney TBi-r t*<ui,d not boom a lietter maa, or on* lieder qimUSed f>r that exalten! st ad on OBtWATISH TO THK FAIHC'HII.f) H(K)M. Prom iii' iu Croom in* KepnoUeon Beg General Fairchild waa a brave soldier; hewsa k tr. .od (d Minor, a |Tidlr1fTU* and rrndlleWr dlplnsBst. sat * enjoys the esteem and contldenoe ..fina re.iov, ettisei -, bul tbe clnle of bis Influence ls too small to be prewomp lively perceptible on so Ur*-* aud nf*wslletraoasaeodp hs a National KepnbUcaa Convention. Cul*** we ara mistaken in thia cotlmate of bl* md prohabil It e?, why not drop bim ont of the Presidential nee ami elect i .i.b'ijatiiiu for Prisldiaf Hither m flmalnrSd munda,th. two itrongeat eaudldate* nt Bsmedtnthe ? if New York. Arthur and Lfeeoln. or i<t munda and Lincoln, are good attoogh i SBMS foi Vi i*c.iu?:u ltepubiit aaa to support al I Itk ..-" I Hi: way BBAVEB OOtTKT. rALO VauaiMOUtly tdoptta tn Beaver Coi ?':, trna. KopnOlieaa ?Mea, Resolved, That Janies <?. Maine being un* <i..uMc,ii> thc acknowledged choice of the Itepnblican* of Reaver County for n.e Preaidency primary election* to ascertain their Bsatlment* an- anne, -s.^rr, and ihe ten ferees to be appointed under tbe li adntionan henby Instructed to vote tor no methodof electing eon teni? ra Ids Interests, aed tor no delegate uni pledged -i hlS Slli'lHllt. BENTIMI'NT IV LAWRSNCK CttUHTY, Pl il tram The Nete-Cattt* Pi * ???,>nui . Hep Three or four |?isntlemen interest^ in the wei fen ol tbs country spaata ie\f koon tbe other dei la aooertelalag tbe wlabea of ibe i? iplc In regard to Hia ciininif DomlnaHoBi for Pnstdeni sad vu Pnwdeat. Men In busbsees on the street, and from all part* of our oounty.se the) ohanced to mest them, wan requested te write tin ir names, wltb their preferences tar the ossres nam.-.1. The unanimity for Ilium - unit Lincoln it BUT* prbiing. Ibe lesli ll i*: lor Presl.it nt Blaine, lux. |?l munds, 3: I'.ii.m, 3: Arthur, I: Sherman,2; Kelley, 1; Lincoln,'J; Orant. 1; Oem ml SherBMB, 'i; total, I.'1;. Per Vue I'resiaen' I.lue..in, 4o-i; Logan, ">; Ki 1 mund*, li Hani-ton, 3; Arthur, 2 j Blaine, 1; l'o-ter, 1; total. isa HAW- OH FI.OWKK. From rh' Betlan Herald Inti.. Thc "Flower boom'1 i-* the moid highly ii dlculous Incident nf tbe Presidential campaign, even whee lt *'?nd* by Itself. It'll what can ls* sad of tbe wild ab mrdity of tho wggestloa that " Plower ami Thurman would makes splendid lick.-t "I Belmont ami Kayartl woulil mit BUggOSt i? eoiitru-t so .istoumllnt; betWOCW tho tiiii nml tho bend of the lb kct. Mr. Flower I* sraaSxtetly not ono of ttu rariety thal ls " hom ls blush nu et s." DfPBUUlVlaLT WBIOBTT. Prom The flui'on Tra 'Vu, CoUoetor Worthington'! Paper. Wilh ;i view toiisi't-rtiiiiiiiij? the sentiment (if tho uioich.ints, beaken ami tradssmea af Boston touch Ing Preefclsnl Arther and hi* ujimiui*tratiou, ra* rrwesf. ter, through tts representatives, ba* mad- ? personal > aa* v-iss of them. Titkon together taws r"OBa*Mtute a warfc* able hotly of business opinion. The gentlemen tullcl upon weie not Mle* ted because ot their known preferen? ces, but wert" sliimly takon as leaillntr men In ibe um. r. nt department idbnimsss life t" whteb they bekmged. Th<*y were uni asked to coni.nl' Iheui-'lte- to any choice bc. twoou candidate*, but the queatlonk aubmlttad to thees wera bi thees -luipi'' terms, Whnl ls tour opinion,,-ie business men, of President Arthur uni ht* administration* wini 1* your view of tho Presidential ittuatlonl Where thoy have of flu -lr own moilun expreosed ii preference for tbe nomination of this man or that, tho Interviewer hss recorded that expression. Tho mt reanlt of thia canvass U the manifestation of a unaabaity of approval of the President, bis iiolluy and h:s conduct, wbi.-h is Impres? sively weighty. A BLAISE KIMI.li LAY. / In nt',i U I ? s.itiinl.iv wii* (leciil.ilh a Blaine held day in Pennsylvania, The Uni designation of delegstM to tba National i I oct unod, ami In c : / were I [he uniform exproaaiona In a f lepar ;.? ?! noun tie* w. re si-tniltcaiii uf tb. i lining Bentlmenl ..f this State Northampton named Judge Kirkpatrick as berrepre* ? theD trletConv. tlon. Judgi Kirkpatrick,* I dignity, ability ami character to 1 ni. ha* pro? nounced for Ur. Blaine, and tbe convent un unauln f ? tut I ? ililli will iiu-. . um Hie t'onttreMlnna! District, and be will 1.|uall) foi Ulallie. In York, Cumberland, Franklin. Iluntl . piiiiiiiii' t \,. : ? I ' Ju ll Uta the nillfol. s to the lli-'riet ( i II i utrucied tu mic ioi ^1 i ? i ehlne I i the p ipulai men! for Blaine I* li reabttll lhe great pu gin Pitt* burg on Sat urdat i a* ii. ie,..-. potent ni.. iu thc name a I I where tbi Republican part) bad Its birth-place was packed to overflowing with a greal gathering ot .-urc-st citisen* who are determined to aaaerl ibe tn .inl.u .'? t ami thc iced u an., ol tue leading man? ufacturers, lt waa the right of the |>eot-U to repudiate ami dlBngard the action of the ( ounty ' ummlttea lu te fluting popular district oonventtoa*. but the *aeectagdo cidetl t" ui,, -it the plan of tbe oommlttee au.1 to m ? I * machine mi Uso'., ti ground. M..HF WANTED THAN A SAME. From tW* ll.???..)> Herold iii I Mr. Lincoln, wi- believe, haeperformed hi-x duties ss Secretary of Warm s thoraugoJy censotent and etUclent manner, and li a man of blgb ohaructui .u.d fair ni.iliti's. Bul Itl* undeniable that he would n.-tci be thought of for President but fur the historic name he bo wt, and wuie ti 1* .loir lethe american people He ls therefore* men svatlaMUty wim l.H^ oeverhad ao opportunity to demoostr ito ht* tituass foi the Prealdenej. ami wh . would himself be tho bul nan to claim tbat he baa dene aa j thing to deserve it He would be a stronger eaadldura, lind, we believe, u biller President, than Logan. Bat has thc K. publican party arnwn s., woak that it oiusl Mab to uiiii/.D tho fame of its ttrst Preetdent a* cami i t tpltal on which to eloct another I I.(M IslAVA NUT A I'AVIXO IS VI. - T * I i Ni Prom Tnt Chtaago Journal Hep Now it is possible for ovary 8outnern Btate to ho workeil in thi Inten it of Mt Arthur ,u thc sams v,.,, thai Louhdana hu* been, bul wo doa*t believe thal the ?cheine will pan out welL II nraeki too strongly of tbe iiiilurme nt tin- ?? machine ' t-. mil the people. A delega? tion elected IU that way would not carry Mir mora! lull i * would if lt wore the i.in-.i. ii ei:. ? spontaoeous choice ol the oonntituency. Moreover, thor* I* ii tradition thal tiiei* u ,,i, Kxecutlve order on als ?omewbere which baa nevei eeo coimtt-rmauded. thal fun i.i. Federal offlct i olden from m iklug vi ernst lt 11 '??.) active or numerous lu political caucuses ami eoaves Hons. That order seems to have been forgotten or dur* i;iiiile.I in Lo .l.-tana when the delcgatwu wa* ? ie. nilly. TS o DEMOi BA TIC CANDID l TER ill.'. I'.V A DKMO08A tH' ASTI8T. From Correspondence of Th* Ar Cleveland last till, for the Hist Hmo. I heard Jos McDonald and Henry Payne speak. Slr. Payne . ;* ued the meeting wah a prepared J.ii.ik ut wisdom,' ol I ind moist, adnili for whi not contain, lt looked lo rn* lomehow a- if ho wan!. crowd oil bis haudi whenever h* nit muted to metowra, itihltuieu'l.tt to take a Tniklsh bath after BB w. ul BaWes. rhera wac thal fussy deference and hair nervous fawning about hi* manner as of one wii* doth protest too much ll* 1 'he doar people wltb an Iteration ai unetaatleas It wu* insimoro. The crowd aoemed to stos him up, and went on ?tiii.'kliig tbelr icpe* and talking; (?? each oiiic." just ** if Bobody wa* aifilreaalng them. Pas a,?.I- .fas short, ul '1 cl .led Ilk.- il was cut lit two I n What tier- was ot lt he appeared to hand his platitude* to the people on the end ol a long isiio, and to bj 1 ii -ed wi.fii the whole batch ot truism* slipped "tl ai .1 wa*trampled mulei foot of the muitiiude he bod gotten rta of tbem, that waa all. Hestruekme a* being rain, garrulous, aenlls: spf te crap thistles bj tbs roadside unless someoodj wss present to pull him by the bridl* rain snd remind him tbat there was better provewlrt tl hum-. Mentally eoiislttiiled so ,t< Io pul mer/ thing bi -mali pigeon holes, opportunity could only de? velop kim Into * penknife uait.ji ..i a psriwlakis ita tasman. Aller he Iiml Iii,l-l,t-t and Hi.it.l'iy bad read bis r I slip in * ihlverlug and maletloua way. Joseph M. Dm old came on deck, sud 1 had .1 ..iain <? to si/, him Up. Ile ia a larger, belier mau ihau Payue. a picture* farmerllk..I anapplng turtle, with a face Like a Jua i Joe Geiger: he recalls to my recolleetion iJo'.lyoUtgenl i mau once known to me whs raid all the j..k.? oi.ddiii moat ul the laiurhlng, while ?omebodj -.-.? iMuplSe drink*. But fm tne shnwd and eautwu* tiutoiwie ol his eye and tbe craft) line* -bout thee - mouth one would take him for a drover who badsoklhlsbi t and.mt ali ibo mom v lalo a lea: ST waihi - - * doaen wnpplnga of twtse, sud stuffsd tnto bis boo aavlna out S10 only se which to amSa e atghl ? i, Ml,,i.ii,,. , epl .ni *uru he -ai led forth to hunt fha i ii iv hoya. HI* i. ? ? - ? I ?'". but I rath, r atl'i ui'#d ii* ml" icsceut aiir.ual-ui .ullt lo Ulick, lat hi.' il ali lOO much tat ttbollt the be.nl. iieUj.i'i the kind ol tuan t" marr) i well sourtod eldon and live comfortablj sveraftorw ogde eeut ly, admired and i * airtedoy ni* neighoon, and Weaned with an appetite equally rcodi i" Brave it* mettle upon bluepoint* sad eanvaaba'? **reen* aud buttermilk. Au absorptite, - ? >'l*J ,I..n,ih, be cue.I up to inf recollection Maote* " ? Killeen, with tbe world for a iuet pudding and a .?..in lug floger InlalUbly aure ta carr* ? "les -.r two ? tal ah tau rai thecempsuj b*ii ey< - d n noe trass tbs dish. TBE '! lol ELS ( Hill ll IC Topi kv, Mn. b 20. The Bsnstc devoted n Se'.f lo Lilli. ..ld ,.".-l-...ilua- ? ' , cl a hill providing foi a I .' \ .ilialf .n. m i. i slarab -eJ.-Kopi.'t.t Irasa .-nyia Peelbetei SisssehrayIbelll.stthi ......kee ont tu.-.e. Hu.,' bards met e%P acuoa4* aatsgtsksstepnvssd the sieeed ol lb disssxSh