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NEW-YORK, SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1884.-TEN RAGES. PRICE THREE CENTS. ( a. ^naim learn their re- K V I I .(ifUl'< RP AT Tl? AT IlIs'VTT.'D OAOOED, BOBBED AM) KILLED. M mi !?a -hons o? nu. i*i'i*i:i.ii( ?:-: -1111 i. "' hav, s IN WlVl \'!l (JIVIA. IDT TBt.ElKiPH l\> lilt TKlBLNE.] Wnnr.LiNc, Vf, Ya.. May 23.?.Dispatche* Arum Hu- latariat "f the Mata m.n. .ne, that Um gUfragM dy tile Dililaw- ol ihe Bpuiioek-HlU ll&Ug soire n"i "cci aaaaad. itt karnak exposed ia.si week ey tue ?oiifesfcun o! aaa 'f Hieii aiiiii'-' r, "ti Tii"-'Iay m^ht last, Burnt aaaehed aaantMtaottba anagramed the dei et John (ki.'is, a taini'-r, Situated ni M toola tad spot on Little Mud I'.ist r, sad eaUed klan to tba dcor, when in ?|.|.ea!')i. ii.-r B-aaad aaal SAKMee Maa, sud mat tarot gb Hit |.ienjises. | be Curios family wi ie uliseiit at the lillie. Inc mhI.iws i'iit a.Mni, hui tait did io! m'ciii Iii s.i-is'r them. Belies-tip Hut (;.rios bad wore iii'inev hid soine w.,ere, they j, anim], d lt. Ile de.-litre.I that lie liad Ho lin.ie. Iti-i s.i aniti nil ...ie of Hie niiiii.is tli.it I.i- lile-.v I-1'-' 11..-s then set Ure to the house and AiaBMird'ed. Carlos'* reinaliis were discovered ly Ina i family aezt murnini*, it is iiiji]iu?eii tbat these ate tile .j.rn woo kilkii a,m- Halley, at (.U.iVOU, last .At OlilaaV. FOKODFO KOTBS A \i> DIKAPPKABTtQ. mr fl? tif IO THS TSIBLSl.l St. Paui-.Muj 23.-A ilissiMtoh to 'Ihe J',.?,,-, r Preu from Butte, Mont, says: "Thc !!? -ikn.il> Town mid Imiirovetiient (ompaiij hiiAfailb-L (j. C. Howell, pr.tab dent of the eompany, ls charited with harlnj- forced notes ?woithj-iO.iXMi.He hart theineaihsd at the Plnl Has tiona K.isli .,1 Helena, and then stuned Bast Belkaap ls iii the Co.or d Alone mluing i**!.,, -m TUA FLSS ItltOTllLUft torsi, i.riuT. [BI TEI.tGl-.Al ll TO TUE 1K1II M IlAZKMibKST, Migs., May 38s?IV ariniiriint In the trial of the Penn brothers for the murder of I'.lals ?was concluded to-day at ll a. m. Thi Jury, afier having kal the mat ts-r under consideration for tf*y mlnnVa re? turned a verdict of gull!-.-, 'lho death HUlWltl; Wlii I/O I'lonouuod UrSBorrow. A DISHONEST BANK TELLER, CHARLES A. H1NTKLKY A FUGITIVE. T!!K WWI !-lI'a BANK tOSKS $85,000-lT9 RE ?OVSatfaa NOT A KKK (TIMI. A (>fa1( alii n to ibo aniount of $85,000 has been I'lMUYfrtd in tho Waa, Sills* Hank, at No. 4*1 Eiihih-avc. Thc defaulter was the ?payim tt-ller. Char!e> A. Hinckley. Hi hus ried. On Frill tv murnini- of last "week Hinckley did i,ot ai>-.( ai al the bank. It wan at tir.at auppoeed that he was eoiitined la hil Louse by illness. His Absence caused Minn- annoyance, baeaaaa it w:it* |-.ist af!er tint iinatu ia! disturbance, and there ssas ?ninet hi nt* of a run ou tho hank: not more. l."wev.r, than the nioiictary pressure of tim time would account for. A meaaongi ? ?etas dispatched to Minckley's house, bnt before his return Mrs. Hinckley cain- to the bank and in tiuired for her husband, savin;" Hut ha had BOi ben at h'"ii" th" presio.is night This looked minions, hu th" otiicers had no time to make an l"Vi atitralioti of his ace-units. An injunction of v..ia laid on all who iran rjofaiaa&l t>f the teller's disappearance. Since the flight of Hiraekl?-f, President Monro and t.i*.lier Holder have "?one carefully over his Booka and accounts. They hue coin-iai'i-d thes*S> c 'iriti'-s .md .adi pa hand with the ainotuits called lot bj tte I.ks af the bank, and lind th:.! lh' mn.ont mi--.-.ur ls abont$83,093. The examina tioii was ti;ii-Ind yesterday. ACTION* Of THK. IHllKl'lcK*. Li-t ereaing ? BMatiag ol the dlrectora was hold ct thc ho.is- ot the proaiden tv George Moore, Nc 'A-2 West Thirty-foorth-at Barara] of the directors hiiew mulling nf the flight of Hinckley and the lo*. te tlie bank until ii ".-.ns announced at the meeting. Thara were expressions nf anranae at the oe> t irienee, ns Hinckley had heen in the employ of thc l.ink ever shire it waa atarteda fifteen yaaxa ago. Thc preeident expreaaed hlaragret at the occurrence, l-.;t congratulated the directors on the fad that the inrflaa was 6t ill one l.alf the aintiiint of thc banVs capital, and that the Inatitation waaatlU tbe atrongeai bank financially, as compared with its capital, on the weeteideof tka city. He added that th"tv Lad baan nunora ?.rteetui?; the bank's credit, and it would be baal t" Issue ,i blair.ur:it which would allay any apprcben* lion that might befell by depoaitora. Thia waa agTeedto. After come further diacnaaton the fol los\ inc was drafted and Signed by all 'in-sent. We in reiiy certify iiiii after obarglaa off the a tf t*he defalcation ot eur paying loiter sse flo.l upon i c.i"fiil exauilnaOoi lb..! oar capital stock of f'^00,000 i* intact, and lbs re i*.) surplus il audio a >n our i.ks of ?100,182 to tu.' credit af the bank. Tin r ? is t*> be added lo this surplus the bond of 910,000 ol the paying toller, glTi . a Indeiualt/ Company. , i,v,,i:,i Mn.? uk, President JOB'S W. H limn i H. Cal Jnbn Millford, \ C Bi kan tn, J. <;. t'lamm. r, .1 "-i.ii:, I'and L. li-k'-r, X. C. Eastman, ? Ma>ci Eu*mann, Samuel McMillan, ' wu si thcy sAY oi nm arrant Praaidenl Moore ?ai.l after the mooting, in eon* reraation with ? Tribu>*? reporter, thal he smis h surprised at tho oonduot of tliuckley. Ilav Inj; been wi'h the bank s ? kntg, the latter had thc ?ntiia conn dence of his superiors. Mr, Moore be? lieved thal Hinckley muathavatakanaoonsidcrabli ?um With him, a* hi. booka, which had bi cn fa!si i."tl. did aol . 'Il forao large a sam m wai noa found t h iv.- bi I-, taken. From memoranda found in Hinckley*! de k Mr. Moore ia cony meed that most ol the money losl by bun prior to the amounl he took when he Bed was " apaculating in the Pro luce Exchange, Borne af tbe directors were indi tied to think thal Hinck? ley might bc inclined t'i endeat .r to awiipnHHim by reatoxing a part of the taken. A full description of tl.e fugitire ha* treen Ri.cn to Detective Pinker? ton, and search ia being made foi han. T. C. Eastman, one of the d said: I adrlaed the fllitrs '.irs to make ? clean l>!'. ail nf it .'"ai ? i met to-night and tix**,i np affairs. Tbe hi h capital - ... a surplus ??! 1100,000. Thc I..uk ls al ria '? " ' ?* afford t" lose the amount taken bj I did nc; i .We . my in-.,. n * on ;?? i ,"',:i" ol this d I Tbe Wost Bide Bank closed through the Mel ? l^nK. i ' ?? ?, tlie latter bus ? i tnouirhl lt boat tn ei' u :tu h.- " ml else's i i ? ??' re i- inj W.sl Bide ji .uk and IlineV >- - ? snount - (imii tim.' to timi .'il oouceal thc iransaetionB lu tiie i ? . ulating. 1 i:.i:ik he hal kira. * sis: il II OP HIM IsI.I.Y. Hil: I jr-two J ? 1 . . . feet,eight incites tall, and has haael evesanda i .(ircling the Iowct parl i.i hi's bead,the upper part bcinj bald. He la "1 tlim build. He drossec nc&tlj, and wean no iewolry beyond a ?-? '?' a'ntch. He ia married, bnl basno : II. Ile lived in Ihe 1 hi No, ? - sty-firai -t. When tl oW 1 was organized, Hinckley, who waa a clerk in thc Metiopolitau Bank, waa iffered the position of paying teller intliene'e bauk. and accepted it. lb v li-a attentive to his linties, quick aud correct al i es and waa thoroughly trusted by his sup riors, | dont Moore and Jonn C. Shaw.oue "i the : Btockhohh-m in the bank, both aitreed that lej was uol living bes'ond bis n.t.ms. poi ac yeral j'eara he has rooeived a salary of $2,750. bu nioiiilis ii^t. this waa increased to $13,500 per u .m. S.x in"-.! Hey i' "li a vi.ea'ion. and hil em laH'is i '.His hook - were ?? ghi tl.'h. It is believed hythe oftloersof thc l a that ,iil but speculationsliaveoccurredsiuee lint time. The West tide Bank cleared through thi politiiu Bank Its exact condition, therefore, KpoTt-sd o i" nilly. The orri tors ol thi ban :t i~ ni c\. elletit contlil ion, and i i.i stand mis nm thal maj be made upon it. |t baa l"i Bet mhI years paid dividend* of'.JO |n?r teni to ita sto'skholdera. John C. Mi.iv. said last rrening that he recently paid 2<)U foi sunie ? -tithe stock, and that he would pay the same for i ffen d foi sale. TIIE CAPITAL OF DAKOTA DISPUTE. tBr-TELiHJHjtLPn TO TUE 'Illili! st- 1 Bx. PAVL.May 23.?A dispatch to 'Ute Pioneer Prut from Yaakton, Dakota, eayii Tbe Termoiiai lapremeCourt today, In tbe oase of the capital remus .1 a*"!to istiorj, decided In favor of the commission, re-enlng Ihe at. u-n. u of tho DUtriot Courts. Tbe doclslou is mk ned ky AsstKUtte Jiuticea Church, Tauacr aad Hudson, ck'sf Justice Edgerte-a alsaaata Aa appeal haaheeatahaa to the UnitedBtates Ftupreme < 'nun. aad the capital eaaaol be removed fi uni Vaiikt.ui to Hl"msrek until tills tr,bonni renders itr dccisloa. Thc tru-inls of the ('annal Cniuiiil lion are jubilant. A TUA Di: Till HIS AL ASMMD FOR. A PI.MIMN F11"M THI W! 1TK.RN* II'.ON AM) STF.III. AS-OCI ATHIS. tt rauwaaFB ro the Titir.r*tr..l PlTTSBOBO, May 23.?The confi reine be tween eotiiiiiitti"'} of Iii-Iron manufacturers atnl Iron workers baring resulted lu aa agraeaaeat, thc former kata decided to try arbitration. In thc Court of Com? mon Fleas tin- morning, Beaenvy Wooka, et inc fresh rn iron and Meei aaSOCtattoa, glad a p'liilun of Hie rolltog mill finns of AUeghea*/ County a -knit- tbat a license he granted fora trade trlbaaal andee tba Wallace Act DtOlhllBg for voluntary trade tribunals. The petition says thai, (issinj- to a dlspote bet wena tba eav I'loyers and wink'iirn of ibis ju llciiil district, a suspen? sion ol sTiuki* probable. JodgeBtoaa beard the spplics lion ami announced til it lr ootalna prevented ihe license would ne lariunied t.i-iieiiios?. it is understood thal the |H*titlon from the workmen's side, wbleh i- net win oome from those outside of Hie amalaam ited Association, as the inner an- strongly opposed t" ibe act* llciiieut ot the trouble by arbitration. This move of tlc manufacturers baa taken the work* nif'ii Ly surprtne. Ono said: "Win the manufacturers tell un what they ii,,mu by arbitration 1 li lo ,ks fair enough, but soma of tbe workers fear that ii lt loaded." An? other said: "Dor eommittee appointed to confer wltk manufacturers waa not authorised to accept srbltratlon, bul the pinn will !"?adopted by tbe in^n. *. labor asso elation like tbe Amalgamated Aasoetaiioa ennnot a (for. I to go ou record as opposed to arbitration, Moreover tbs workers have a good oase and can easily sbow tbat uo re? duction of wages i- nee-sMary." A manufactitrar said: "We will throw the responsi? bility nf a siiiite on Hie shoulders o( tin- workmen. If Hie Amalgamated Assos'istiou nil] enter npon a strike rather than accept arbitration let them do io, and ihe organisation will be a total trrecb i> (for* the fl -Ut ls over. l h 3 eommittee sent by tim workmen ooo* slsl 'il merely ol a ntunbet ol meaeengers who came ' to tbe meeting yesterday to tell us what the woi -itinen aad demo. None of them had authority to make a sluglemove; hence there waa noth? ing like conciliation Id tbe question." Anotber manufac? turer saul: ".So matter ssiut the outcome ls, there ara some linns \siin wni sign bi fore June Bi *;." DAMAGES POE LONG DELATED ILLNESS Illili- ni' A ItAll.nOAl) Al I ll'! Xl TUM 1)10 NOT APPKAn K'll! MAW WI I KM. , es i ki 1..1:Al'.i 1" I ile I SIBUfB. Norwich, May 23.?Mrs. Ophelia D. Robin ?oa waa eoe of the persons to a car which sss- i bruno from the track oa the Hew Iterilu branch ot tho Vow* York, Ontario aad Western Railroad taHepteraber, isa.'. Sbeilitl not eompl du ol Inlnrles al Hie time and declared to ber hnaband aad Merida tbat aha ssas not hart, Pim performed the usual household dntioi ot a tarmei 's sri fe, Including dun ni np, (ot several we iks aft ct tbe ai Borne tiine afterward she was apparently ia ken violently 111, lier physician said I bat she .vms suffering from concus? sion of the sptea and injury te the spinal eord resulting from thc accident The doctor mada a itas' mtnl oi this fact,and Mr, Robinson .'.iint.it'. pany svith n demand for ii be sum ot (410,000. A ault followed, and the case waa tried at the present term of tbe Supreme Courl bore. Tbe defendant denied i h to prove by m ? New vork, together witb lo il physicians, tbat the woman was uninjured; that ber claim eras based wholly upon pretended illness; end tbat sbe w.ia nuleri: nilibili, but hysteria. Tie ease waa ably tried br Sena? tor E. 8. Tta( is and R t. Btaul.of this j.lace, for the jii.iiiittti, and F. lt. McLennan, of New-York, and I.-. Newton, of tbls t'.ssu. for the defence, Justice Murray presiding. Yesterdaj tbe |ury returned j verdict ?.( ir ."'..(ki.i damages foi Thc camels io be np )? .. a i. ? - ate POISO-SED UV A FAITHLESS WIFE, S'S! Oil Y HAS! I I ' Bl BY HER DEAD II'' E exoi .ii iiiai sn ro kill six men. tai in :..'. a i-i 11'. i na niel mm West Point, (Ja., Maj 23.?Stephen Morris died suddenly about a week ago. At flrst much sym? pathy waa expressed i.'i bia widow, and no suspicion of ay was entertained. Mrs Monia, however, \s ??. extremely nervous, and for tbe funeral would haateu tke burial. Thia unseemly b atti ? ' "'. indi ntl ti calli d tbal D tnli l Lyons nod been ni In i ls attentions t" thc woman lately, and va- in fart, tbe i ~bo was] Mr. Moms died, li waa decided te tbe allair. TboCoroiior eda |ury to bolds post mortem ins ostlgatl m. 'Iii rented bj the ns an Instill lo berm ' for al lum.il ni the bodv. Tho Investlg-ttlon showed tbi eii.ini j.??!?.m. li;-. DoukIhss removed tbe boori and stomach aud t-'rA, theuj - , i: . of 1 . f..i tm t lier un ils'-i -. I e.-i.b arsenic ? covered bj bim lo men. wi.. ? a)."i ts .- malle Ml -. Mol i i. v. sss .,! i. led and lu no . In I I ai i-'d ? Ith in :..;? r, I'., le] I : .;. j ,.,?- tu . and lull. ? i tbe 11 to admini-tei it. j I . . Ide nee ?:i it she I: id Un ati ni 'I hi- tiffi ? few days before his deatb. Al iirst then ? ii favor ??! li ii.' lc, but uoa the lass lo wi lol MTSTEMIOCS LASH TENANTS I l l. m I'l.av flNQ A BOBS IT?Bf I IXG A BASRM1 N I', Bl 1 MM I -.1 -ti I l. [Bl 'li.l.i 0BA1 ii f ? it I .:i Bl NB.1 Baltimore, Muy 2.',.?\ (linty hot been ber* to-day la bank circles by a ri pori about tao experience which the People's National Bank had lately witb two mysterious persons, supposed to be bank roh I ...in May l. two mi n called on Theodore <;. A na? lia easbler of the bank, at Uopkins Place and Lombard st. and wished to lease the basement of tbe bank for a f.i'. y>gooda anl notion business. The baaameat wis vacant aad fur rent, ai I mon had depi ?*"..ci)') in the baiitt, a les e for thres years was drawa up at an au rfoal rental of fl ,000 payable Id moathlj I , ::>4 'i e the two men, who gare tba Brm name of Rosana wei ,\ Preastburger, took poisseaalon of the prei Later la the dsy they put a alan In the window iTiii"!i ie mi ? "Mest!-, i.ii-n- el 'urger will open ibis plate witb a line stock of notions and fancy gooda on ol about "das .V" Just before tho liauk closed they witb iii. ss their deposit and said tbey were going to New-York to purchase a stock of go:-ds, I'he I gu atif] remains in the window, but the Arm has not b d beard from, i be apartments engaged were In thi bank's nsw building, im? mediately under the bank's vaults, wbleh maka tbe cir iu stances more suspicious. A carpenter was engaged to p shelves, ile ailed bis part of the contract, but tho ious linn in theil departure forgo) to pay him. ? - SUSPECTED <>1 MVBDEBING HIS WIFE. lay tbi aoaim ra raa ratatraa.1 Elkton, Md., M iy 23.?Thia region la excited over a mysterious and atrocious crime, a few weeks ago Hasal driest, a tanner living a few miles from thi t town, married a young woman thirty years old. Tba ? mei to li ra happily iou. tier. Last Tuesday night some unknown person attacked Mrs. <;riest wliu un ase, aa she la] asleep ta bed, Sae waa lerrlbly Injured. Al? li.a-i'll Ut ag, ana eau.mt pos-dhly recover. Her husband aaya thal he waa In bed wita her at the time and wa- a wakened bjr th.- i.i..ss-, ii ss ,-1 >? dark for nim I., n .',', nu.* bel asi 'il-, it firlesl says thal be pun tbe man. Tbestorj ls not believed by ali, Mans believe [hal ' .nest ls the trinity .?tie. His I *? ss ia used ami a ls kiiossn thal be married ibo woman foi ! A LIOl Oli'SELLEtVS 81 ITA FOB SLANDER. lat Ti.irdKAPii ro ran "rai anira. I Tiuni'in, May 23.?-Two suits, each for *-i.I damages foi slander, were today Instituted in ta< Mercer County Clreult Court by Pater Bmmoni again'-! aa Mayar Whltlagton, "i Chambet aad John Risdon. Emmona isxs reeently aa appUcaat for a Jieeiisr before thc Chamborsburg borough i and in remonstrating before that body sgalnsl the per. muting of lt, Measra. Whltlagton and Risdon alleged that J-'mmons had sold liquor on Bnnday to miners and without a Iii euai, si upon ikess st.ui. lents thi t barge ni slandarta baaed. LETTING OS WHISEEI IN MOND ILLEGAL PlTTSBl BO, Mii.V 2A.~ J in- (|iK -lion ns to tlie power af a bheilll ta levy np ni srhlaltf.i in bole!, ssa finally decided rn tho Oaited slates Coari h'!? '? -! ? ? A mle was grani-'l in th.- Oemmoa Pleaa Court of thli e.unity ncalnsl I rank P.Cnaa,( oil. . li i Inlet nal Roi ? to show eau.se ss ny he should Md b le ld foi COatOBM m refusiag io allua Ihe shurlfl ot Ihtoeountyto levj njion walakey lu a boadadwanht-iuae. Judge kebes.urti the .oiiriirriii'-e of luatloc Bradley, of the Halted atates Bupreme "Court, discharged ir. i aae, witb co ts ta ibe uni ul), (usUlslut; lbs aaUeetor in btu action. ? ' JO DLl I : l> i-tiil 9K0B OBDWA T, Taoy, .Muy 23s-*-Ex-Diatrict-Attorney Banrae] Fester, of this elly, and Isaac W. Lansing, of Wi -t Ii".. StartaSd to-nlgbt for Hisriiatck. li-kolii. i hey h?.e Leen tngas'ed.U' deisud Uovemoi N. U. Ordway, of liakuta ntl the -Shara* of tnflu.-uc -In. legislation in bis own in!' r Bataineoanectlon witb the ituuuva] of 'he Terrli01 rs capital, tin- ease will be triad in the nilled Btatea Court, which ss ill l>c li -1.1 al lilsmarch oa Tated ay. SUDDEN IN SAN ITT IS < BUSCH. Ml!"-. MOBDI "Al. A Nilli Ol KADAMI Iii iV AIM ll I'l*. BTBICKBM Will I.K stMilN(. A HYMN. ibt i ai aaa ti a to r?? Tsisnis.i lUi.ini'niH, May 23.?While the ema-refa> lint, af Hie I'mnkiln stree; Preabfletbsa Cmmem note ?dogleg the next tohMl ht iud last Huiidsv evening Hie shrill tones of a WOSBaa'l rotea were heard. Tho-' m the runt jiesv- saui r*eognhr**d the doges a- Mrs. J, Ran. dolph Merilcc.'ti. tue srlfe Of S Well ItlloSvi) -hlp-ilni' IlK'l tiiant, li vin*.- al No. 297 North Oharleaal The I<( v. Dr. \V. I*. Miirlilaiiil, the paatat of ihe (Inir.li, nt Hie first sound o? Ike-roman's voice appeal ld lo beeoine somesvhat BS* eiied, iiini iy bia hearing ahowed that the lateai usaioa caused bini gnat di-tre-a. The roles eoiitltnied to dwell on tbe lust notes of ibe hymn after 'he choir and cnnvre ca''on bad Beaned rfBghtg, gad lhere was a bullied move? ment stnotiR the other occupants of the jiew. who were evidently trying to mdoea Mrs. Mordeeal toheejnlet l)r. Murklstid gt er a moment's lu sit.itlon pronounced the benediction an I dismissed Hie c. .nc re,mi nm bcfbi a iii" elordag hymn of the ?sr-rvlee eoald be givee. Mea Morde eal'i hrieudi then sarroaaded her and took her timm th* church th lui home. Hrs. Alan P. .*-iuil!i. II. m. C. WO *..n ami I'ra'jcis i*. Miles were eaUed aad tba aezt day thi-v pion.,au.?!? i Mrs, Monti teal laeaae. <m their n i on luenlaii'in she was NaBOVed to *-(jirim.- GroV* Insane Asylum on Thunda****. 'l'lie sud .lilli, inui winch lia- oseitak. ll Mn. Site .ll-tili. WBO to prominent m tbe blgbeel aortal nirelea, baa bean the ) i uti ii topic of i avers itlon among lier ao-f-aaintaBi ea stace Bnaday, Last week Mis Mordecai, who la a* iiiiuey attractive in personal appearaaee aad la ahoal thirty -even yeera eld, was one of a party who wen! down the bay aa william ii. Graham's steam yacht Gleam. Bhe waa one of tbe Uveliesl women on board atul con tributed laraely to tbe pleasure of ber companions by her lilith!, ouei'i fui lieanng and genial good bumor. I m the waj borne H wai noticed thal the mn was oppress? ively warm Mid that Mra, Mordecai was exposed i" Its tull powei for several.rs, It i- to ibis elreumstance ii . the development of h r mental troubl** ls attributed, on Sunday mot-nine while attending servtoe al the I ranklta Btreel < burch, shodid aol :-ive anj evldeu. bat mentalderangetro ni About kalfan hom before the evening servloa siie called on the Kev. Ur. Murk I and ni in- house, adKdning the rear of tbe chureb, io ."Uipaiuetl io her husband, sister mui several sf her t-hildrcu. IVbile talking to Ibe minister, she siiddeuljr a-?eil bim toprcaeb ti: it nlsrhl on a certain test This Dr. Mnrkland ki nd iv declined to do, saj lng aa an excuse, that bc h.ul isl-, eh prepared lila dlseoui c, and ? nol oblige ber. Dr. Murl laud said to night thal be -u I the true state of her mimi al the time When she i.e..;,ti singing bo loudlv in tb" t burch an hour or so later, bis susplcion-j were i nulli nv d, bo I be cul abort bli serv in io prei eat a si ene. I" Mnrkland expressed the greatest sympathy foi Mrs Mordecai, and ber family, tither friends ol ii,. fain ll.i i" -ii. nt -aid that ties' conn.ii nh', boped that i .? be i. ?tori d to ht .? tb. Mrs. Mordec il ls extremely wealthy, ba lng inherited from a relative, Miss I Patti a lui ..? foi tune She waa formerly a ll ls* i mina Pattei Dn, and is s niece ol Maduiue Patterson bonaparte, the grandmothei "i Jei iii Bonaparte and ( burles .1. Bonaparte. I'i' lo last (?Sundas, Mrs. Monlecai moved in society, and ned her friends without i lignsofwcab meutal tronlile ls holli vi d tu he i erdltsry, a* a brother ol Ma'-. Monlecai bas beeuanlnu Bpi i - (.; ..s c for some time ?JUL FIRM RECORD. KABROW im M'i: I'l.'oM A TENEMENT. Plamea bural ont ol the millinery store oi li it1.' i Ovoorki ?'. "ii tbe iir-i Boor of aTo. BOO Qraad rd , at 11:80laatBight tl ? ns..- eattret) ramaumed. Twelve fatnilias lived In the building, which ia u four nt. They had narrow 1 oapesbutallgotout icept Andres laen, ts',,., lived vito kia Iren on tha second loee, Neighbor! e.riieii bin a< he ls un ms did from I*. lt ia tboughl the ibock will i. Ul him. Borne men bi ii t d s -'.irv thal I b ,? ni nu tho 1.. ai sal "ti a neal n"d de os -'sis while the Hamel were Ural blazlinr, Ins rad ol sending oul aa alarm al once ii' nol lie ent hen tie .t. d, however. Itapp tired tbat the policeman did all that bc '.s.,k ei| i ,. . ? ?t* L08SE8 IN' VARIOUS Pf-ACES. Uro Ki'iv, M.i-s., May 23,- A fire to-day par? red tao building and owned by the Reynold's Pion h C.impany. The works bava been li III- il.i! kl,uss ll. N ubi May "-'H. In Bi 'ii"; d operated by I kCoi desti ,\, : >j ii a! an early hour thia rn rhe loan ls i I".' I .'. eon'.ui's have been burned, i- ',000, and tbs In-ui. ii - on ? -.-7 'i ? ?. , . se] lera. i: LINO!* 'i Ti i i i Cm< igo, May 23.?A dispatch to Tke Jost uni fi..'. "The o idil. n of ii.u winter wheat crop tn Illinois oa May 1. us retorted by ihe Bi torin the nor) ? rn portion, bnt not ao promising m the southern, lu the northern portion 14 per eent of thi area U winter killed, In tbe i ?, ind lu tba - ? on87 i"";' cent The as. ls now salt mated at IM perot itln Mi- ti' ,??-. 86 pei cent in tbi i utrtti, and 78 in the southern, The soul leni division represents half tbe averagi ol Hie stati-, which mal: ts the a .;.I - pei i ? il ol un t rop." -* DEAD WITH A C1GAEI TTE IN BIS MOUTH. lIlSNEAPOLIS, Minn., May 23_A di-], it, ii to 7/.- Journal limn Bosaman, Moah, aayai Joseph Wiiii. y, a i:v,i engineer, formerly of BL Paul, wbo baa lately boen In the employ o' tha Northern Pacing Ball road, ahot himself through the heart at tlie gateof tho M sonic Cen li" ssas (bond dead.with a pi-! '1 In hi- cigarette bi ld t ? bis i etb. Letters from women iu Bt, Paul were found lol I. III fl sn :. Hill- on thc ground. No OBUM la ,.'? for thc .- un .tie. DECISION IN AS' OLD BM IL ESTATE SUIT Pittsburg. May 29* Jnatioe Bradley, in the United States Oirrnlt Coori ?.. i ? , gave bli dtsounon hi the ("iae od Lani Linton's artie, formerly Mlaa riniav, of KttUHuaiag, I'enn., agaaaaf thc adaaiaiatratora of James ?S.BXOWB, a (Icceasetl iiiilHoiiiniire, coiillriuttig the deed rrinist eoiiveylng Tshtable real esta ti u i'eausylvanta, . . Kans.i- uiul other sM-tern Blares, besides money, ludgmenta ami personal '-iii- 'ls, to bisdiughter, Mrs. Finlay, and her child, Mrs. Linton, wb<.w lives lu Europe, rbi estate i? valuable a,nti bus Lee., in litigation a UUtnbei "1 rea] ? A PB08PBR0US Ill) Ul CIA V A UURDERBB. Boston, Muy 23.?Samuel, Allan, who laat ibot D. Hensell tn a Howard, t. ban.a, waa to d ry ixmunitted without bail 41 an, who ns a physlcl.tn, bad a large practiee in Woods lock, Conn. He came to i\.?'-.n .. a 'i , en ed i room at Younga II" 1.1. and then ia . in "i lukiua beaTlly. lt ia asserted ti.it Allen is Insane Ile baa a brother who la a clergyman ui Walpole, jg. ll., and another lu, ii.' r who 1 na lunatii t-.s lum. ?? ? THREE RAILROAD EMPLOYES DROWSED. Im h."ii, Muli.. May 23.?Al Port Huron thia asoralng a rowboat waannaeton the river, Train dispatcher Charles Mooney, John Kord, a baggage-arum, 't.i 'vim. is Iii uki ii.an, all of Chicago, nnd em p.".S' i bj M.a ii rand "Trunk Ballway, were drowned. . i.-i t been recovered ? TBI I - FA RIOS m OKLA BOB A. W a -111 n ?. ros, Ma- 23. -Thc Secretary of the i ir has received Information thal the Introdera into the Oklahoma la ml- n - i Lieutenant Day's efforts lo drive tkem out aad thal be arrested ihlrty/*l~a yiwanaa Mai..! De wei ? bad a. nt foi .?. n*d all t diable cavaln at Port Beni and the cavalry at I is held u read una- io march I nee i ? i. // / KGKAPBH NOTES the a ni IL r OOXTItOL f'i'-'is-sii. Maj i I'be committee lo-daj uistalned the challenged ol th late j-esterdsy afu-rnoonjuf flt leen . h wines si :l Ol. i fall ol lenci uta. bul ibe whiskey men agn ittowaketb price f 1 08 te>day. Hu linn.':, had iii e neglect ol one "f Ibi 'til pool .Hid bi- i .ab t.'n in .ii., i. Ihi pool contium - li, i lutrol ul Ibe market. I 'Il Bl .-I I.'. OF \ \S('M KWA .11. M.. I av. I!si.11si.,,.i. Maj ?-?:< Hartha nordon, oho -sa- sbol on May J nv ii. na Newman rn a I utan si, h larding-huuae ie . uisr ,? Jeitlousy, iiini .-. .-i.-i.i.it. 11..111 me women a.-.I. : i in; is I'IUnki \ XADBBMB, l.s usn,1.1, '.las 28. ( ball'- i -my, s '"er lum labon i, i iii hil. i li c..ui ss itu a i i/iu la-day aad died i/.ti ssiiii liquor, BHOT AM) Kl 1.1.1. H Bil will- OBA51 ( un too, Maj u ? Adlspati'b I , n-"? from Oloawood, Iowa, says, "lu au Bite real Inn jrestemlsy j,,.mt some propel i s b man aami ti h alua ihoi Hud btu. .1 e. ciinci. hi* '?lie's graadeo-a. It ia said tam Mia. ?/allie aaattad ibe .linn.. FOKEIGN AJfrMiiO. AWAITING NEW8 FROM GENERAL GORDON. M'Tiiis'(, iirAitu riti.M him mm it srr.ii. 10?thk BOTfl ian" t'oM ritiAi K. I.oNlx.N. Ilay 28.?In MM Mouse of Coinn-.ons to? day Lord Edmund Fitzmaurice. Tudor Fin'oiim Se. riitary, atated thal aa news had baan received fi'.in (..'iu'ial (o.ul.m sinre April 10. A fm flier confidential meaaaaa had baan sent to < ram ml Gams (Um. I In- Ifndir of Dongola babaTea thal thc naaa* seii?cr hus ciitereil Kliai touui and is unable to re tnrn. Tha Mahdi, Loni Bdasnnd Mid, laat El Ra? bat, it is reported that bia followera prevent him bum geijm-to the While Mle. Mr. Qladati.stated thal no definite nowa had bean i.Ired ooncarning affairs al Barber and Dongola, bnt the reports ware reassuring, He re fiisoil to make ;in\ .atiiteuieiit iiimiit the reporta ol tbetreachert ol theMudirof Dongola. I ko Pell Mull Gmette accuaea Mr. Gladatona of eraaion in regard to tbe Mining Egyptian ('(infer? ence. lt ezpreaaea the belief that Mr. Oladatoue ia giving way to France on the qneetion of inter? national control in Egypt, bul he does not tvi*li the public to know thal such a dieaetet iaon theoaida,'' COI.OMI mOTl RH A I SVAI'V HAM A. CAIBO, Mat 'JU. ?Colonel Trotter has arrived a! Wii'lv liall'u. lie lui s i .tii-?-I the Ua-ln llazoiiks to hase lin- tortnae. and hus taken poaaesaioD of all thc ann-, nnd ammunition. Ile met with a aiilleu opposition. Colonel Trotter i- now fortified in the strongest building, which i*> stored witb a lame stock of provisions. Wady Haifa ia i"i the pregan! safe. I,"M">N, Mas- 20. Tht Stem?i,u?'*.s Berlin corre? spondent says: " Little hope io non entertained lu re tbal the Egyptian conference will moot.'' ? A BRIO l.osl* WITH ALL <>N BOARD. lill -I MllliM'l -laK 'MT III''. OBKA1 HANKS ?A ( l(K\V OK MINK AND I 11 Ii - TIIHKK I'ASMIM, l.lls MltWIHO, St. Johns, n. i?',, May 23.* Tba French lu iu Benorine sank on the eastern ledce of inc Croat I!.mks Moue time in the first week ol May. An Eng* lish trading acbooner which recently arrived, brought in a portion of her wreckage trunks, bed? ding aad clothing?all identifying thc leal renae! Sciioritie. she sailed from St. Malo, France, March r.. bound i" Karat Pierre, Miguelon, laden with a a general cargo, lin-cress of v uieu with 53 pana singers all perished. ? ? LORD sr. LEONARDS CONVICTED. London, May 23.?Short work wm made to? day with tlie ease of Lord st. L-eonards, who was ludJeted Ihe other das for ino mi Dade *n Indecenl aa-anlt upon a -servant girl After a trial t**f tnief duration bia lordship ivlcted i ?? ( oar! ?reserved Judgment till a future day. Ei ld ace waa adduced i" -how that the Kiri. ? hose Daine ls ('"!", Uni been employed by Mr. Crawford only uso weeks before tbe alleged assault Previously che bad ed ?' prat arloua iori "i ute. PII I IliT.- IX THE BLENHEIM PALACE. LoxdoVi Ma.\ 23.?Tho Duke of Marlborough . ..ie un em i io ti.- Directer ol Um Rational Gallery of eleven ot the b4Mt pictures In the oollectloa al Blen* in im Palace for 4367,500, Tha Dttka aaa applied te ti>? coint or chancery tor pi ro Mien t" sell bis picture- and tim offer la nunle anl.ict i !o his siiiiiiii;' that, The XreaS ii is baa declined to recomm nd tbe purchase. TkeTimet adnoia tii.it tl.e am,i demanded 1- bitch, bul hopes tbat ti., i ai, onus of i !??? pit i'm- Im in',' los) to ihe National Gal? lery may be averted. ??'Hie pictures,"'ll aaya, --are of unii|ue historical int rest aud should be -1 tor i lia - Nation." .?-s, THE WRECK OF THE CASTALIA. London, Muy 23,?The Anchor Line steamer la, front Palermo f"t New-York, which U aground oil Den f wal - .a aud crew ? TWO WRECKED FISHERMEN RESCUED. Si. ,1'iiiv, N. 1?., May 23.?The bork Louiao, v. ti ieii ai rived here to-day, reporta thai the picked up og i ..-. two Freneh fi-diarraea, A. Legrand and Michael J. Muire, tieioitKiiii* to Ihe aehaoaerZereell, of Bt. Malo. They wera Bibina* in a small boat st n ? storm carried them away. They bad been without any? thing to " ,i for iv.-.-.it. -'oin boura and liu.l Buffered . rably from a.. 11 i ,,| hui DESTRUCTION BY FLOODS IN 8PAIN. Madrid, Maj 23.?Murcia ia tin- principal . I. i? ii ii pic nim' hi the - ? u Thi ;au c thro thc Inundal I ii ?trl il are impa* ibl ?. I bet ti de i di ravel on pndi ?'.. -.-.. o'? | pi -,.;i- ,;i. ii : -siox ntl 'l thal 'in-.'. I . -il ??? : liding. -a> DEMO, INC i RUN! Il TRANSPORTS. Pams, Maj 23.?French transports are con - dolli l'tlii'l lill lal : witta ? . ?? ", ' French < lon . di i Idcd to tend a ? i. ? Ni'.V, - .'d'.! LONDON. ' s ?_;;. i ? rn or a Dtki ' bod; of D who di. -1 I t -;ttuni,is in Chatham Prison, has been riven to his friends, [twill be Interred at Cort next sunday. Ai in ss i - ? . > ?? i aa of this iiuie report (he arrival there ..f the explorer Good* rich from Myaasa Mr, Uoodrioh itates n t Etna: " '* hlovk.iilfns ihe . li" bad - ii a tha steamer Lady of .. s., Ai -i e. a i .ia va dm t si un.?ai tha end of the Ural Inning af the mat li between the Marylebone cricket Club iniu" the ?nstralinn team tbe seora waa -l-l points tor the former to i -1 Ibe Australian! in their second bininu inadi 182 pi . As Amkm.sh.m lu i e. si i I..?('??liiiiel Stanley's amenda ti" ?' io poal >onn further consideration of the Franchise bill until Bfter tbe Redistribution bill shall have been passed, ? .. a roi -? .n 278 to l--'. Tux Mai okstib Bhip Caxai .--lin: comadttea of the il.m. ? of Lords io sviiieli the Manchester Canal MU ss.,? referred has rrsolvi I to pass tbe bill, provided that tha Huck i ?in- of x.i.a ,it,linn ahull be aul i Ibed before tba sv.,ri. li bes in The stock: ss., i - hours .ill.l the Jim.,li.", in nt ssh ? ni nie. -a> AGUEKO'8 PROGRESS IN CUBA. a WAREHOUSI DESTROY ID?THR IS ll K'.i. s l'* K. ? I. 1"\\ Ul:- INCRKABINO, IBT TK.I.I liltAIMI lu lin. iitiiiivn.l New-Obi k w-. Maj 23. -Cabanain thia city, vri... .neill ciiii'i'i. nti.i! correspondence with Cuboue In ll j., annand othei poi ni son the Island, have reeeii ed xm^t that the largo sugar house known as :-?') Vicente, and Mm warehoaaa i. - i aatio Owmlivs in La Managua, nave beea destroyed by Aguero, H is stated that the Cubans captitred a 1 I of merohandise and am in.iiiiii.'ii. w Santiago dei nba the foUewersofAgnero ,,re reported te bava destroys i the plantations of Manuel i "i rc- and Caatnlo Terror, rho expedition nnieroom* maud "i Castro, whick tefl Blllotl Key Uttely, baa wade a a,.re landina svitn a considerable uusntltj of w.it mats-rial, i ??.ptaln-aeneral of Cuba, it ts stated, baa liberated several desperati oriml nala on their promise lo loin A-rticro and assassin its him when tn opi. univ offer*, in Havana, us a letter stat-***, many houses have been learched r'-r treasonable documents ni i inion*; those Invaded waa the dwelling ol l?r. si i vet ii, a minlstor and I citizen "f tha l "inieil -i ;'-... xhe letti rs all di clare thal igueroli nain lac strcii-fth daily, and that ha U iu no danger of defeat er capture. ? PRINCE GEOROE TO VISIT THE DOMINION. Halifax, May 23.?The British warship cm.1.1 a, with I'i.n. .? i.e..I,.-.., ion of Hie I'i inc of Wolta, mi hoard, ls expected ?,.., ttartt Bermuda i.eiii riniT for ih.- pi.ii Tha Dido vnii acoouipany ber, ? CROP PROSPECTS IN CANADA. Toronto, Maj 23.?Reporta arepubliahed to? day from tbe fruit growers of the Nlaaara peninsula n ?pectin** tbe prospects of thc fruit crop tins year. The hea f.ny greatly aa to the penn crop, a splendid prospect being reported ii" a some ks allties while otiiers n i"'i i ?? ? "'ni' it smiii .1 appear that thc ?? leid of pn ? There h.ire bara i p --. nm Un- rti.p s- iii probahl] lie j,-, i -'... s. . .'. I I" I forded thc trees bi ii,,, partial failures t>r ii." burl l\so real** ls expected ' i leason's crop, i'luius au>l pear* are In -food t lu-illlon. btrawbcrrlas generallj pi. in:??? .1 ii.uni,,,im, s .,-,1 cherries aad currants -..?ii t" I., doini - . . Ottawa, May 83, nm raeaat raina have placed the i...s i top iii m.- s .tins almost beyond failure, and f.?1 ? lug ops ? ai li as .rn well fa ? PIAPOrS THRI Al i.NiMi MESSAGE 1st i.u.s*r? to Tar rmiu'ir i WlNMt ld, May 2'A.?Adi in al tKnii Brotd .. that oas at Plapat'a roaaara arrived al Ooohec* Laka tala BMtntog wiiu aaaaaagaa ta cuirta Ltttk i alld st.u k.i Li kew laic. Thc runtier pnyp that he luniks lint U sei'vatlons iind join Plaaot at th? sun dunes, the latter will consider them enemies ami declare war again Bt them. Theaa ehtofs are satisfied and do not wanl lo leave their reservations. They are holding n council and will probably comply with tha great chief's tioiuiiMiid ami attend tho cnn dunce. MONSTER ICEBERG NEAR IT. JOHN".-;. Sr. .lens's, N. P., Maj 33.?Three leeberga ari'report eil on the Newfoundland coa-t, one o\er nine flos lang trifling aloag al t'i" mouth of white Bay, one estimated io be seven miles long passing soul li forty miles aaat of st. john's, aud a third several niiiea In cir? cumference in -t. John's Hay, aground on George's Hock mid almost UOChadlng the harbor of -il. John's. ? EXPORTING GOLD TO M'.W-YO'.'K. MOMTSKAL, May 23.?It larepOTtod tli.it lira Hunk of M.unreal eiporltl--.i")'i.O'M) In raid lo Nevr Yoik durlBg the great llsninital trouble in lliatclty. FRA0MEHT8 0F CABLE (TEWS. BaossBia, MagSS.?King winiam anl (mern Kmma of Holland luise Unit-heil their visit and .taken theil de? parture. 1'akis, May 28.?Prtaee Victor writes to the figaro dens Iii).'that lie has imanclli il With his father, i'rnire Jerome iI'I-ju Tloiu. 1'iKN, %ar "23. Levi 1*. Morton has written a letter to I'iIiii.' Minister I", rrv denying thal the Hons* of Hep reaantatlTea bad rejected the bill reducing the duty on weil,- of arl to IU ISM cut, or that the House applauded the rote. I.is i groot, May 2*3.?Another gre ocearred to-iayta thc wai, h" nae district. Uactear k Rerroek'a felt fac? tory waa burned. The origin of the dre ls unknown, sm,h. laay23.?The-aagtoterial laqalrgfato the Tab lier.iiny. County Sligo, ronsplracy to mintier was (?> Bumed "i Bligo 'a, la* . an Invtnolble convict taatlfled that eenuin of the prisonerswere connected wlti the Tho nix Park limul, i, i-. 1.1 bun, May ITO.?Captain Hea-lach. wbo*wM-*oavleted of treason and etwdeaiaad io nine years penal servitude, baa beea a>ui4*ed in me priaoa al Halle. Kraa wskL who ss,i~ condemned on the same charge, petitioned to be placed in tbe fortress at Koenigstatn. Paris, May 28. 'The KemubUqne FroneaAet nnhsaltat Ingly ciei.h mus tha proposal ol tha '.ns rnmeat io la* cu.t o the linne- oncerealaand "tattle, thus ie netiiin. tha airi Icultnral interest at tbe expen*e of oonsnmers. if the imi p.isa,-a. .i urges thai th" Industries will dsinaad suui hu advantages. THRODQU NEW-YORK STATS. VIOLENT STORM AT KINGSTON*. rwo CHcacHca am> a hoti i -.rick nv uobt* M\ ; -t WOMAN PARALTZRD. ns ii i ?'. i:\i-m to thu rataoTta.] Kingston. May 2'A. A terrible shower, or series of showers, ;.a-st-.1 os i-f this city to-night, BCCOm paul ?'! by the m. st vivid electric display en r seen here. a rtrang wind blow for ? patt ot the rime, snd it all made one of the most vloleul storms experienc il I ere hi many years. The first shower began shout 5:30 p. m., end Hie storm lasted with terrible fury for over two hours. The rain fell m torrents and flooded the -greeta There waa al*" considarabla bail dm lng the latter part of the storm The lightning strnoh In over adose-a diflhrenl plaeea about tbe elty and the air ssa- Oiled '.viih the reverberating crashes of the thunder almost continually. At lins how ne loss of Ufo ls reported, hut a woman in Proepeet-sl waa paralysed by a lightning stroke. St. Peter's Qermaa Catholic Church m Wurts-st., ti..- Albany Avenue Baptist ciiui'.-h. an.i a large number ut private hoaaes wera Stmck. AinmiK tho latter is the bouas of Walt ?! J, Pradeuburgh, KdJtor of The Leader. The lightning alao struck in thc firsi tte : .. i Church's yard, and In the 1 -.'ll "f t he E?agl( Holli. Trees are i>iu? aero i the streets in man) i -, snd ' lhere ls much commotion in the city. The amount of damage done cam,oi be ascertained to-night. The day baa been ex* v.nin and oppressive, Hie mercury reglsterins '.il in ihe shade. rim shower was slight aouth of the city, the dividing lu-- beiug ni K'.n ?-. The coinUn'or of the W'r-t -ii..ie evening train lays thal he saw little of the st..nu's effect until bo reached the tunnel entering the elly Ui-t a ri i r leaving tbi "seize ss-r the The traok waa submei Tb latopped. -m RIVER PIRATES ALONG TITE HUD80X. n May 23.*-Thore ia evidently .1 a ngof burglars ^s.,:?,,:??,' in Um user bowna of late, \ it every year abont thia time the central dues sad villages of tha river ate visited by a similar band of law ? ? . ilse Iel uroly si m .- lbs ihorea rn in a handsome yacht by day, ao whatever they can lay their banda on at nts, tics villa ebas licon visited ly them this wi k, and their thefts of money, sllverwai and other val able articles h.ne hecen ? ? .? imii? 's bare b - 1 entered. Lani lt thej s..;.- ai Poughkeepsie, where much i.oot.s. No arrests have been made . y timi i.,'i m. _s usu 1 ly ut nu age to tm ape, AN APPEAL TO BE MADE FORA MURDERER. rnv 11:1 Ki:nsf;i tm nu. Ti.1111 m:.i Ltons, May 23.?Jasper Newport, who 1 fessed complicit;, with Samuel Williams, ot Aub rn, la the murder of James Hall, at '-"tins Point, In Jan l--'j.-s rought into tbe Wayne Count] I t>> rec* Ive s-iitcn. e for m grce i" whioh be was allowed to plead guilty on n ? 9 day. Tho Judge decided to posl agre 'I ss ? .1 .1 uuuibei 0 pi 1 ulne il 1 ? Ul 1 in .ni .nJiie.il to Uot ? ? MURDER IX THE STREET AT ROCHESTER. Roi rn -mi;. May 23.?Asa Deboiae, s colored man, abot and instanUy killed Reuben Crutchflala, alao colored, In the itreet al 5:80 p. nt. ] bey quarrelled about Crutctifleld'i ssr.'... Crutobtteld km, ked Deboiae 'lown, when the lattei tired the i'a 1..l i-u.ii. DeboU ? A SUIT WOH UV V, ai.Kin DWIGHT*! BXEI I . ibt iK.'.uaiu.-H io iHK raiacaa.1 N'.iiiwn 11, May 23,?Judgment was enl red tour, ror the plain Uff In tba oana sf Walton Dwight's dnst tba Germania Life Insurant a 1 emu my for tbe s.n.i of S'M, ITO. CITY CHAMBERLAIN CHURCH INDICTED. Trot, May, 23.?Henrj S. Church, the de? faulting City I i<.Uiil>t.rl;alii, ivs- mill, le,1 tt.-ilav. j COM I Hhs ll IL < LEER MISSING. John Cummings, of Long Island City, disap? peared on May 1&. He was a prominent leader in the Hunter's Point Baptiat Church, bat lng resigned his muin bersblp in the af. 1..' burch about two years uko, on ao c..nut of -.li uni.le vs li li a h.snit in this elly. He look an m use part in Look Uland ? Ity polities, and was cou sidered n " good fellow," aa be -neut money freely. He a 1 a wife and two eblldren, a boy aereatsaa years old and ? handaome little girl Bge'sevea. After leaving tho bank he secured employment from ihe Btandard oil ("oin luns and i" . "lue confidential clerk *t Hayoune utnl Coin munipaw, N. J. He left his borne In i'hird-st. laat Thura iina at an>early hour, Kisslns his wife and children, and h.is ii"', returni <i. n ss.t. rumored at liimtei't Potat ye* terday thal he iiole f Loon ol tuc eompanjra money, hui the "Ai. ci- refused to deny of eonflraa the story. Ills friends areconttdent that "he will icturu, A CI.I.: Ii MISSLKQ KITH !f,;""' Mi. Coe, iii" proprietor0< tho Keven* House, at Broadway and Hoaatsa st., nani to police Basaquar ter? 1 i?s: night, u.i-i reported toa" rgaantMeLsaghlin, who ss,i? li charge ol 1 ba i>. b Bttve 1 'Hit-.*, thal Us ni^in 1 vik li,ml; j\.',.niis ssas iiilfslnt:. Mr. Coo saul that _ ? dluppearaaee did aol onceni him se nu has the fact that tstJOO waa alao |t*se noni the safe. Adams ha.I 1. ni Mr. t eu's eiiijiloyu.enl onlv three vv-.ks. Ile w.is i?. ms -jisr re.ii- otu, dressed faebiouably, and wo ?* h IiIk diamond In his shirt tr..nt. Before Mr. ( o.. rs in* services he bad boen s clerk in the Ooc iden tal Hotel, la thi H ss,-is Detect re aergeeata Maaetu and Ma I ,ii- ss, ie dei ni"! to iimi tba absoontler, A inss;.i in\ SUBJECT, Mil A nTUBBBBMDMAB. ST. Ai.hw-, \'t? M iv IM.?Tlie ieceiit cluo Wk ?:. 'ii;,,, if 11 ti., lothe murder af the Oermaa, sTranati ? ls ll.it. Weill from Uiele sat* that the IiimIjt folllttl In a hoi waa thal af a Mlrject winch had buen dissectod. svlio ls iiosv Donflned for the annpoaad muiiter, ihablj Le i'iiiii'1 os. rn. thc BurUngten autaon* 0 stsni him fol i ti sling tlolUiM. ? in sis 1 i y.ni. 1 SSS t)F A WEBE. The bngbtoag failures of the last1 aaren iaj througbe a tha rountry...?re>portad io R. G. Dan ft 1 o.. ,'r tha M' a.'.1, ti ii tganey, niimbar. for Um (Tatted lt uk s -Ji, ami foi 1 iiiinta'-", "i it tola! of BMsSS comiiaret with a total of iioe um) week, aa increase of U "Talbarea. Tbe m. i. a- ls pretty evsulj divided among thc Me nt ie, Weatei 11 ann Ksrtttc states, bal there I- a ceusitierahis de ? iiule iii ( ana la and New Yolk Ut/, WAAAACHVAKTTS < IMI. SBBTTCM UfOBat BOSTON) M.i> 23.?Tht lloiisc to-tlay by u, vote of bm lo "'', |'..--( tl il." s isl: t-crvioo lilli ami it "ssl 1 be mut nea tn the Henate tor sctioo ujhiu the many tbai.aci v.ii.i'li ihi Haass has tutuie ia lu HIS RESOLUTION OF DIQUItT KEFEI.RRD. I_DI DKM"( ItAT-i Of THK ll'IISK If UM NO TO MASK political capital out or mr. siak-roI'Tb CHARI.KS AOAIaVal HIM. mr TKi.ariRAi'ii to the TrtniriK.i \Va"-iiin(.T()S. May 2'A.? Hie Dannel rats in the Bouse aeoresj another serious Manann to-day by snl'iallv rafasiag IO investigate IkS (barges a^.iin-t It'epie-eutttive Kellogg. Several weeks ago tbs springer ('.Minuit t"e tonk tlie testimony of Colonel George (Hiss and several otli'T svitncii-ass in relation to tho charges on which Kellogg was indicted and tried foi violating a -slalute windi prohiiuti a Sen.Hoi or Jiopre-cntative from IS ' i vin tr cotnr.cn aatlOB fur SStTiOM rendered in any BMS to which the United States la a party. This tc.-timoiiy wai unfavorable to Mr. Kellogg and h" applied I" lim i .uiiiiiitce for an "piiortutiitv to ratal it. A ina Joiity of thc commitH'o suddenly di-rovcied that it had no authority to go further tnio lbs invcs'i unii'iii, ;iinl Mr. Kellogg's re.|uo-t svas de lied. He offered a naolntioa rn tho Hsaas to-d.iy directing tim committee i<> InTeatiaate all the charges aganihi hun,-ml Mpportod it in .1 long H|-crch, iu which he it-viewi'l th- hi ttorj of ike af forts tO "icc ure hil imlictuiciit ami conviction anil gate hi- retatoa of the casa, MU. HAMMOND S HI I I HUM -. Mr. Hammond, of QoorgJa, after a i'ii ci speech m whi. h he plainly abowed 1 lint he belie rei Keltogg to be guilly, moved to lay tbs ss hole nub*. j-ct on thc taMa, 'I hi- liroii.ht Mr. KaOSOO to his fecf with mi iiKlittnsnt protest, He declared thal thc propoail '") !o d-ny tin- laijiie-i i.i .ni sponged mciiii'i' for aa Infos! igA tion mid' r .i.i' li (irciiiu-liiiicos was au nutoiiii'litig ona, repngnanl to tba sense of fairness and |aatiaa which ought to control tba Honaa in dealing witb a subject ni \ it .il Importanos te rta dignity and in? tegrity, a-, well ats ta On- n pntation "i tbs Haeasbet accused. Mr. Hammond held hil grouud Brmly, bon ivor. Ile morned ta bc acting la conceit s\ [tb the Speabaa, wbo waa strongly inclined ta nie tbal tbe H-mso could not tabo oognlrsace af acts ;* 11*- _; ??l ta bawd been eonunittod bj a Bepfeeentatirs before his election. Mi. Kaaso 1 Inaiated tbal the Honaa, by tbs action of one of its com aittoee, had already taken off] lal notice of the charges by reviving aiol publiahtng teatituonyagainattbeacoaeod. Mes-;-. I.aird, of Nebraska, Hunt and Blanchard, of 1-oniafoaa, mid several other.- -ap"'*'- '" favor of the r. sointioo. Mr. Hammond foresaw that his notion lo kill lt outright would he rejected, aud he therefore iii-vil that the resolutiou be referred to the Judiciary Committee, with instructions to Inqnire ami toperl whether the Hones has JnrWIetionoi the mattef. Thia motion was earned. It is generally believed thai the Democratic majority of the .Judiciary Committee will prevent any report ":i th** matter nntil after the Presidential election, in thc hone that by suppressing th" inveatigal ion some polii-a-> calcapital mai be avod to " ih-> p -rn,-. "CALAMITY" WELLER'S EXPLANATION. III- RSASOXg KUI HIM AnsFlS'Cn li!*l:I*,V. TllF. VoTg OM I IIBll XOU8H PKKLI.M t'AS.'l?an Xl-'i's fut AN' JNVI. I Iii A 1 ION. I mr iki.K'.i'.apii TO THR IMaOaaVI W.'.suiM.i .v. Mav 23.?"Calamity" Weih-r'a explanation In the Honan to-day of the reasons for biaabaeiice yeeterday when the E'aglieh-Peetto oos> teated ele ition eaas was decided did OM sntm to Ijo regarded as wholly satisfactory by a great naen* nu mi..?: 1 of the Monee, He denied plainly and aas> eifie.illy, howafOf, that lie bad hern BO licitcl to void for Engli.-h; thal he *b senfi (I himself liom iho Honaa al the rainiest or butanes "t v^llliam H. English or any of bis friends; thal be bald any eonvi rsation with Willi un H. Engluh yesterdays oi t1 .t bia aol ? In the premises -s.i- inspired bp .'my promise, ex pectation or hope ol reward, bow or al any tatars) time He tvent to the railroad station in resnoneg to a dispatch from bia wife, io aaeetherat an in coming train. He took time to goto his borne asi array bim* 1 m bis Bundey garb benn doing so and he returned to tba Hones after eai irting hie family to tbe tr home. He had 1.1 solicited' by f Mr. - friends i" vote for him .md he inforn . '. th ni that his* vote bad aire idj beea 1 t-t on tbal -.'i". Some questions by M r. Hart, of Ohio, esta \shrtt time il .iv I"! him to bs at tbe station, etc., set . ihe Iowa atati . .1 be tartly refuted to satisfy Mr. Hart's curiosity until the |n ..-"I investigation shall be hshf. 1 his ii' V'eller ia anxious to have begae immediately, i'.i b - own sake sa wi ll ?- for tbal <>f Mr. English, Mr. Weller did nel explain bia oatie* sion to nair of] iring the 11 . 8. 8. Cox .'..'I ia"! "1 iee to a (ines: ion .,: prii liege,* and denv or explain the atatemenl thal In- rote on thc ni".' 1,11 mi Wei:,ea,1.,s aaa -"In itod hy William !!. bnglish. It wa- 0 dal that thc proposed investigation of English will tau tbi ugh. _______________ 70 DISl I SS MEI I! INICAL SClENi 1:. I*RKPARATI(>V8 FOR AM IXTKRRSTIXa M*M!".r. Of Tin: MECHANICAL saOTIO.t "i- iu: SClESCSJ s- .CIAlI'iN. Philadelphia, May ?_':?:.?T tu- neeting next September of th? aferhsnlosl Menes seettea of the American Association lor tba A-hreaeeaaasa af Menai promisee te be eeo ot tba most Isajpoilanl pat'"Tinits ot anginei ta and ol those Interested tu mechanical selenee ever helli iii this conn try. This section w is arsnaasai la l*)*il, at tbs Ciucliinatt meeting nf iii-- Association. Ike liriilsli Association will mest la Moutrnsl before ibe tate of tee meetlaaa of tba Aaaarteea Aseeelatica bi thia Cdtr, ami an.uii,. m.'lit* will !>e in.ole to bring Its tnetra sets ts PhiladalpeJ? oe Npteaaber 9, lbs ptmaeneaaf thn british As* icu'lou nett* Will atloi'il an o i;i..i (.lniii for bringing tegetber a larger number of t, nilen.en In teicatctl In th" aabJeotS falling lintier the consideration of tile uieehauif.il seetton tbau bavo ever b-en or are likely for some time to come to be sraln brou.-ht tsgetber in tills country. A committee of tbe section is mululu; every cft.iit to base ameetltij: that will orove to be one af slu gular interest as ss 1 ll at iiu]ioi an, e. ami worthy alike af tbe occasion ami t'i* opportunity. An ail iiitiousi attraction to tooee who wiah to aite?a tbs BMetiag will be fouad in tba Eei trlcal i xhlbitloa te be beKI here'ism Sept. mti?r'2 to o. !.. . 1". ii.eoftieers of tbe Mechanical Section exneet tbat the MTeral great technical S".: iel ie-,a- we'l aa the tx-.tl six-iellei uftsngmeattS Mil tak-- an a.-:iv.- pan lu thia inaoguratli 1 of a ?ens? of con-vocations of all tae departments ol rugtneerlng, ami members Ol s rs lelatcil |>ioic.ssloli will i>. beni lily w^l aoaaa Mein-iarstaetaalor prospective) wbo Intead te pre., ii, j...,, rs to be reed before fbe section caa ? tba pron i'auka from tbe secrstary (Profeastn 1 Bar> kiti webb, of ("oraaU UnlTerslty) on wmeb to "ffi r tba titles -.ml abstracti of their i> fer- fm ibe conslUi isti >u af tbe proper 1 unmlttee. The ???. ionia devoted sspcel ally tt> tiie idTannemoal of all tbe -? meei n isl 'i f applicable In tbe its and ls the departtnsnti of sagltaeer lag, elrll and military 1 aiiuiug, uie. ..au:, .ii ami aleeui cai ; alni lu alt Intei lure. JUG USG WITH THMGOTEMSOM. Mayor ESdaon ami OentroU-sc Qranl want bs Al? bany on i liui-alay to conicr with the (?.?vernor relative to tbs bills offseting thia eity which hase. passed both houses of the LtBgiaLature, The ? .? bnportnnt ere ihe lenuroot OSes ant, **tro\idiag tbal the terms nf rdBoS of certain ofBeials hereafter appointed hy the prcteut Mayor lb il! ead \Tittt tim tum of otlkeof that ofileial, indthabilal reyuir inil that a part of tho bonds, now m the Btnbiag Pond eli l-l ba cancelled, providing f..r au appro? priation of $'J,()00,000 for site.*) ami now school buildings, acquiring lumls for parks in th.. annexed district and in Westchester t'ouu ly, iiuUioriiiug tho appointment within three months of 500 additional policemen, ripavint* Fifth-avc. from Washington l'ark to '-'es.ciity-sccoud-st., under the direction of tho Stilrin; Fund (?oininisiioners, at acoitof $,MH),00i?; proTidtug for tho appointment of Hugh Uarduer and J a. nh (iarry as asHeasmeut commission :s, mabins tbeseJanes of tba eoanrdasioners ol io* counts -sfi.otMl each, aud ahowing thom to app 'tnt clerks-authorising the akipropiTation ol *5i),OoO toward ooiunleting the p?de-stal for the H.iriholdi Statue of Liberty. 'I he Mayor returned to the eily yeatarday aud the Cou troll cr last evening.