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NEW-YORK, TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1886 PRICE, THREE CROT& CHURCHILL ON HOME KULK. CKIIK 181X0 MR. GLADSTONE'S BOHEME. ps sav IT IS A MAM OP OONTBADICTIOBI - BPBBOfl Of Mit. BI'BBBI L London, April 12.?Tin Hook of Comiaoot iras again -DOBBlf crowded this Bf BBMIB BB> TBBBJI S. thu extended announcement tint l.'tr.l Katidolph CBSfShlll wm lil attack Mr. Gladstone's Home Hulc Mil. Aiiii'DB tl;i? (emservattves und tlie Whigs there WBB ii.t.nee interest u Lord Randolph's eflort. prune Attliur utiil PltaSS Christian tnt the Duke of Cambrtdi-o BM t.'i.-tin r m Hie Wtntbt Gallery ami tliey wore sur? rounded i'.'-ii li"*t Bf psBfBc Mr- (Hailstone In re*ly to ii ;, -Ueiiis stated tliat lt wo'ild be impossible to cloie Hie debate on lint lee'iient fur leave to-ulght, ana that ra this accoiu.t lie had decided to pOBlBOBB Introt'i-diig Li* Irish lang Purchase hilI nulli next Moniliiy. Sir MIS?BBl Mic Rh ItOuc-h. Conservative, made a '"-le' address in winch tie tiieltcatol Ior his party un uniter standing to n-rrniii frcnu for. lng a divinion on the Home Kule Mil un!)) lt rame up for soennd nadlafl. I.i.r.l ll.nil..lpb Churchill, by virtue of hi. motion to adjourn at tho l_M MIR?, hallie* Hie floor, resumed the niiMt.i em Mr. (.i...l.sttine's re-picst for nm -mission Ut In tr...liiee the Bomb Kule bill. After a long (-(.nsleleration. lie naitl. l.e lind con.e to tho confusion that the BBBBBI mi lived such a eo_aplleated and lnextrtcible muss ot f,.!itrncIiiatioiii tli.it lt anybody besides Mr. Gladstone lind HflppBOfl >'? ll ntttt would have Teen taken , .*:>?. [Cheeta.] It was badged about vvith mob full.?.',,! and eccentric ftUnUttOOB fol Mm integrity of the i i.- t:,,;t the speaker WM astonished at the I'.ii . ??-' BOO.?SBSBBCO. Ile had valli;.. M-.irche.l all tho a .-; ..ritli-t. .i:n-i"iit sad modern, tor a prciedetit fur ,: *.i or his, winch weft to compose Um ] -i-l In-.ll 1'.,!'.:..a.eiit. The flnt order WBB intel.'lc! t.. n ; rc-*e;.t propertj <tspeotallj , and lt WM wurihy ol attention that the itri'.u leader of tho (.re al Libero) pail] i.eiei v..?.*. ii - iii bi iiniiajii.ttt-d m. 1 ci.tearded Inane the ) ro; ? rty quallfleatloa tor tbe eltetoreM ot thia flnt order. Theaoeood ord*, was also elective. Both orders won lo sit together i each eould demand of the light to Tote separately, and om i ?, ol ? ti... h. a* un lu ? i -? . t in bj Um other. Takes staple llluatrstkia ol bow this woald work la j . i . Hup ? tl bow Parliament should proceed j tsthoole Hob ol a Speaker, Assume that the popular I ij tarried lbs slscUoa for their candidate. Tha ti party, bj va liim: nop irately, inn'..1 roto lbs . , mi 1 ti en, In emil |Benc ?-. foi tl re.- ur fn-ir ye irs ?i i,f a Speaker would be luapended. .i.i'-.-Vi-i'. ] TbessoM Ihlag wonld happen la sll those .n ai.ich oin' order should rboose io veto Um action of the other, such ss, foi Instauoa, questions sf rules ol i "r budget i roi.Pr emu r, ;. ;e.l Lord Rsndolpb ? borchlll labored on Thun? da -,.- io shoe n.it the Bees) ninty of nie i allot i. | not be afleeted by tbe ntention In tha h .ii',- ?! tin Britiah Parliament ol the power of collect - , . aselse dalles. Sow, If thia wen . -.-iiuii,- ot thut aoelc'Jt British right ol .ll -ii .mai ra i j-, soul .i "ii .-"in-* t".-eii:t-i'I [Cheers, i i- speakei ikea weat on to analyse tba receipts and disbarsemeBts ol tbe * lassglnBijr Irtsh budget "for tbe j. ,i|..*-. un lie -aid, n? SBOWlOg tli.it Mr. GUdstOOS'S l repos .. to m.di,tan, tba Uses) unity ol the Kn piro while i . sad iliitiee Huie wa* altogetbei Bntrust ww' y. lie Un ii I'.'inti-cl ont that the smonal which the i.. ni ar had named aa that ahleta Inlaad would every je ir contribute ui .i.-i- Heme Role to tho Imperial Tn as ury a* ber souttlbutlon foi the tn-n,-nt** ol laiperla] wal ol an extremely illusory auel precarious i.-i.iractei. lt im.-ht be seriously afleetc i bj matt t. ......a. Toking h. howei t-r. as tho price tbs Dish wen tops] loi matntaialai the hseal BBltyottbe Empire, vhal would the Eagliah have to pay I They wonk! bars to pa j f ,r heavier, proportionately, foi the bands of the Chance Hoi ol tin. Exeboqaer would be rery mich , i imped, i? ii"t Bltosetbei Ued, in dealing wllk the sus* Hains iind u_e-it,e eli ii, | ,,f |r,.,,i!iel ninli-r I cr practical independence. How eould be lower th"*o dulles I If l.f BfeOOM lower them lie WOBld tliiiitiii-li thc fOty nsoareoB whorefroM Inlaad was to pay bel tribute to i .nd. He would nave to alu ?e, without bearing a vterd fm.n ii t - ii rei reesntattvea, mt eould i.e hnposs an additional tax ls order to abtaln a credit la ca*e ol an emergency, without the delny loTcived in suing tor the pe ru.iisic.i ci: ti;>- i .1 i.mi-tnt at I'uo.ni. Where, thou, Wa* lin- supremacy eif the lirttlsh I Tfee real principle ot the lull was simply repeal of tho Union, It I.aa.led over the protection of the Ilia-and property nt every nan. woman and ehtlJln Irelaadto an Iii*!, i'ai i.tiii.iit .uni depnio.l tia* liiiin-rtal 1'arlia na nt ed all mice in Irish mutter*, ll.e inc.thine- KBTS much on thc t ue hand, aad look much on the ot.'.cr, ex jere ssl!,.- iu li.e same bream MMlfldenoe ami dlatruaL -Hil Ne,III OF TIIK. PAKMI.tlli: PARTY. Oa the question ol t-:-tcr lc* u*kie.\ if un Irish Got fri.ui.tit eould pay Ra way if Ulster wars wlthdnwa. rn a tue English iiinei nineiit eould i,..t make up ita nulli Ib rogaid to fl*ter proved tho almoet Inaoluble character ..f the Hume Kule pto'eet. The Premier ; - ? I his proposals on thc ground that there were e irhty-elx Borne Rulcn in the House. But why should the ve icc- of eighty-six Irish member* prevail orer Un? voices ol -4 other members i History showed thc risc and dt cline of fermat Irish panie*. O'Connell's party was h.mn.i.ci.in through the oren balaaos of Whigs snd Tortes, li-' Parliameul In al leb tha* party was po wot* Lil wa* dtseslTod, ant o'connel) died blokea-Boarted. Butt ia 1870 headed a party alaty strong, n,o speaker hw Butt tafore lu* death, when tbe latter wan In tha deepeat distre-* m e-r ihe break.up ol tn party. Parnell lu l&su led sixty Totes, In six Biaatha in- pail] w.is divided, reiiialuiog so until lue end ,,t tue ',a*t Parlia? ment Bo the Parneliltea, formidable to-day, were in d.,niter nf diaunlon to-morrow a danger tBsd Mr. Parnell aougbl to t?vurt by iue.i*tluij uimn a pledge from hit followen to rots m a cortalfl way. [iriLb ot dlaaent fruin lin- I'ltriieliitoR. ] The Premier, ce.mumed the speaker, farther nt flied thut the- repeal ot the fi,mn wm Beoossary booauae I uni sh laws had a fctr<-ti,-n aspect to the Irl?h. Mr. Morley lind eaipbaslsed that bj warmug the House thal limos Mi. Qindstone'a bill nm passed the oountry initrii' pnpan f"r resistsnee t,. tbe paj meal ol rm:, fut rei cit, dynamite explosions aid asnssalnation Tha llmise, he declared, waa read] lo Ieee snobs position, with which it wini already familial Slr. t.iMit-taiin'V prop seals had steen me .Vu ..;,,. .:--* ?? euormoua Bdvaataga He ha-l listened to many te; Mr. Gin -Hone's speeches, the ehaims of nhich weie*- dsserlbed as being like ihe efle-e u cf unirphia. Tho sensation under tbs i.;.eratlcu wa* transcendent, the awakening wa* innerly painful. * In eoneloslen the speaker said that ttie- c fleet of the bili v.cto free [roland from the supremacy of Par? liament and the soTonigiity of the Queen, lie- ingnttod i i) li bal not beea dei-u.c- oooslsteut with the customs Ol the Home to take a divlson on Mr. Olsdstone'S inviuu for leave to Introduce tho lilli, but tho da) of de -i'ii wu,lld speedily arrue, when thc House would Tote agalast proposals whleb were desperate, uncouetl tntloa-alaad i..i_V-.?ti11._: [Load eticers.) Kr-.VtiTKS OF TIIK A ric iI'N K Y-C, I \ BEAL. Mr. Kass li. Attorney (iciural, taunti-d Lord Chun bill with Infusing into his np?och preiuill'e anil passion. Il had beea argued that Um preoeat ParltaaMot had no amedale fruin it? eotwtRoenelos 1st thin MU. Ile: aekol, ita* there a inanlate for a npreaalTS policy toward Ireland [Piiruellito cheers] As to tho exel'iHiou ot Iri-h membuis ?"iuui the Imperial Parlliimi nt, the aaddra alteotiou the opinineiits of tho bill displayo. for Ihe presence of the Irmh n.BSShSW would not d?celie thc nish poopls. Mi. Oladstoae's bill m, tho Hi st genolne oBort to glee law ta elnland tseral support. The ec,mn thm of Inlaad wbb not due to psrrentty of the Irlsb charactor; that was only a weekexoBes t.i imbecile MBlSBBBt?, Tho truth was a BBltOd Par lamont had hitherto iailod In its duty to Inlaad He weal oa lo contend that tho Mil does not anion tbs Imperial Par lainiS'it or the Crown. Aa to liner, tho bill iruvo Pntostaata anel Catholics the same rights. Ra mot ea.minced thst the ps ti let Issi of the Ulster Orangemen Sud Catho]tea would go to the nm mun fund o? nile:-'. genoe aa aaefgy wkdcB would build ap Hie nation. Tin i.i.i'.,-h hud tried t" Borers Inlaad .md tolled it n-ui Bow UaM for ireland to try to goren itself, (heirs. T i -i>eaker naeiaded the Rouae that it IimiI never heen abb .ij break tm- sj int of the lilah people. If the meei in via* boi passed, ii Parliament refused it to day, another Parliament dare not refuse to pu** it When a id practicable .chene elke thia, saoeUoned by tha '. when the dUaei sion ol the Liberals only ill Sered e means, when tba Conserv.ttivea had no pulley reaalon, wan lt not the liltfhesl ?i*iloiij to past the Bu -ia ma ir.-i.tT'in- Milnt? If lt were poet poned till tue a>illtaiy*wen naad tu enfuroo repression, lt would sti.l luie to he dom-, ami under louclitujiis Infinitely Hur?e. Wi. itracllaiiKh sall be regretted the bitterness of tbe oritieismSon Mr. (iuctstoue's speech. Tbo subject ought _* he approaehod In a goaerous spirit. He vmulj give Mr. Gladstone lue heartleet aupport Major flaaaden eongratulated Mr. Qladatone on tux Ji-ai-li-ii apeec-li as leader of the Home lluiers. He said Sj .- at a lees t'i BBdontaad wtiat was meant by -an irishman.'1 The Pameiiitos represented three-fourtBs ?" the pupil,..tl,m of Ireland, but Ihe in: riontv represeated tho iadaatry. odueatloa, backbone. ?"'J. lt would be found, tha fighting power of Ireland. "lseostiBusd humoroai sillies sgaiast Irish patrtots wsie Kr* eud with much laughter. Mr. It ti rt airc.iiirly supported M r. Qlsdoloas'a BOhOBBe. Va iriotbei, of Bil Michaei llaks-lleach tho debate v?as Sflioiimed utiiii to-morrow.| In i t**U"'J Ul''4t ***** Irish bill wlll be modified so na to ''?'Ve rr preaen tattoo of ireland at Weatml eater la swiota the Irjali coiilnbutloiis to the imperial Kxche skit. A farther aateadmoat will boaiade, it ts sam. in _.?,.;r.,"<""" "' ' siending the power of veto of the lin .ve.r-ai Parliament. -- i-.w-i, &SCS.'" ll", **kt-t tot a tune and then began an -*""**?/ lo tba Hooao, saying Ua', Be had forgotten lo bring the aot with Iii m. Mr. GledetOBO fiist.iutly pro il li eil Hie Ai t, turriel iiji Article li, -lui lirtiulr-l lt to Lord Randolph itiitui geaeral cheero oad laughter. Tho Pre? mier U iii Bill- spirit* Hr- |,rup.nos to devote tho Looter receae to it eempelgn lu Bootlood. Mr. *,lad.tone's Fi lill L'iii'1 Purchase 1,111 will lift lntro -uo.-'l ou Fn.liay. Ji.sf(.li ( owen, RodlOOl member of Parlla instit fur New cristta*-oti-Tin*., iii a publlsbed letter -ays: "Tba present Poi Hernani vvi:l*ui)ii lie tilHSulveil, and vvitU ll I will end nil Par.tam.-mary eoroor." Til*- Consorratlrooof Manchester have lnrit***! tba Llb ?raia t<> oo-oporato with thom in orgeelsteg n groat pass lie meeting tu , I en o n nc-.* Mr. OladltOOO- BBbsaIO, ll.-- Hom*. Kui- issue is being made tbs ide .round or contest In tba .-lection In Ipswich IO till tho vacancies mused t>v rtiei iinsearln- of Jf??e Collin.* and IL". Wool for fTOO-.Qlf.ni electioneer!!)- practices lae 010 trl.-t ls .lose, nelllier of tbe successful candidate* al.11 e last .-lf.ctii.ri obtaining a boodrod inslnrlty. Thc oii s-.Tatlve candidates nt prssent aro Measra. DbIrym,.In and ElObo, snd tlie Tory ii!soar.ll cm ola tho foUoWfog appeal: " Will you roto fur Dalrymple and F.leno and Ilia sOPTJOIt Of lier Majesty the (.neon, the Marquis of f*ailal)ur.r and His Inteurity of the Empire, or for Glad* none, Parnell. Home Kule, niul the ruin of ..ugland and lite Umpire I " Mr. GI?iAltona BOOM two boon this afternoon tn pri? vate conference with John Morie,-, < luef Secretary fur Ireland, and Earl Spencer, e_-Iri*_ Viceroy. It ls re? ported that the Pr. mler has derided to subject lils linnie Eulo oeba* BM to several Important modifications. A report hairing been circulated to,lay that Michael DaTltl hud threatened to opp,.ne the pro.rauimo of Mr. Uladatoatt, Mr. Davitt boa (Iron ootborltr tor o denial ortho report, which ho says ls entirely untrue. Mr. 1'nelps was present in tho lobby of tho Home of Ci'tiitniii. this fvenlnir. Mi. Muiideii.i, President of tha Board of Trade, ?peak? ing Ht Ipswich tonliht, auld ho did not pretend that Mr. GladatOBO'a BO-MOM sa* perfect, bur ar.seri.-d lhat it was im honest effort to undo a giant orrong, and deserved un kirudgod support. While Mr. (.hillstone wa* drlvm. to the Hoaaa o' Com moiis tim afternoon, ba was greeted with mingled ( bi ara and groans. When be roached tbe Palace yard tue er,.ans and hisses of Ibe crowd qalie overtopped tho cheers, - ODIN Ions ON THE PE0P08ALB. A CONSERVATIVE'S VIEW OF HOM!. RULE A LBTTEB PBOM Vf. ll. SMITH?WHAT LEADING NA : I"V tl l-l - tl WK TO BAT [BT CABU To TIT. TB-B-BB.] C vyr.ght; I8B6; .\urtlt A mericui < ix'jU Bom) Ca. Lo.ndon, April ISL -W, ll. smith, fonneriy i'lr-t Lord of the Admiralty Bad latoi Chief Beemery for Ireland in ibe storing days of the lust Con* BerrstiTeCnbinet, baooeal to TbeTbibcni repre f-i'iitiitivc bore a letter giring Iii*, views on Mr, viludstoile's linnie 1,'tlle |.r. i po-.'l i S. II"' n|i|i,i-t - th scheme, declaring thal it would be bad both for (ir. at l.rir.-tin and Ireland, and onuonne* s that tbe Conservatives would nn 11):11_rIv Bupport a Govern* ment formed by Lord Hartington. lin Tbibunb representative baa a.*" obtained expreoaiona ol opinions on tbe roeasnn from leading Nationalisl liK-iulnr-of the linn-.'nf Commons. Mr, Smi li's letter ta .i* folloo * : Il muy be aaaerted vr.t?i aol iorlty tbat tha members o ?he i 'OOaOl v ltira party ri _- . r.i Ile BXOltlOg eli*:* lu Irlah ait.ms. e.,us,..i hy thc extraordinary proposal* of Mr. Gladstone, it* a Notional, oot a party, qoestiou. luey are full y prepared ant determined tO fink oil i ho uj:h is,..' pars mal on i partj :?11 int kg ?? In tba stogie - oration of o bal is i cs: f..r tba maiman mee ol : ..? leglilatlre onion between Oreo) Britain ond In i : Sr Glad! tone'i proposal! be defeated In ii." House ol ' ? ".u.ons un tbe teeond re.ilma ,.,.,,. Lord Hartiogioo bo mmmonod bj" tbe <._nf>.-:i to form a new *,ute. titi.cur, I can j ou iiiiiic-itaUii.lv bo will command tlio rapport of tao -? .,- rallre porty in any form, to any extent neeee Bary for ii:* loee - ia in tbe good w..rk of carrying on tho Queen's t irernm -ni tbrougboat ibo United Kingdom of Grear Hi Italn and Ireland. Tbo Conaorratlvoa at thia ttme ora prepared to treol amoderate L_beroi Oorernmrnt framed ny Lord Hart? ington .(?tn" War Demoerata *>i the in: ii-1 Itatea ot tbe time of the woosalon war ir.-iite.i tlie Union Oorernmoot of thc Kepui.iic.iiis ui'ider pi- reid.nt Lincoln. Tbe. be* Hore Ibo! tbe maloteoonoe of a leglalotlTe union i* ea tentlal to tho welfare of Ireland ai areli .is Groot Britain and it ls la tbe interest of [reload as well aa Great Ur.tam tint tin y will Like ti.e aetl ia I indicate. No niau baa kindlier f. eh og! toward tho lush people thoa I boro or moro sim-, roly wlaboa for their prosperity and happiness, (bellen those cm be aeoorod only by Ibo maintenance ola leglilatlre union. If Iboprwpoooloof Mr.Gladatone *-.e lafferodto rooob it second reading lt will be, I believe, because many Lib erals, who are entirely Oppoeofl to those proposal., wish io treat Mr. Olodotooe with deference and ooarteay whilo defeating his fatally Ulacblarooi propooola Wu ri vM Hi vi; v -vu m. OPINIONS (-1- NAiii.SAii-1 MBMBEBI. Mr. Ilealt writes so follows I ll wallal he perverse folly for the [rial] rOprOOODtatlTOI not to Support Hus WU. We e.ii.nut walt win.e those who would oppose lt* BOCOptODee have SOI to? gether tho mifjiii to force better term* from EnglsnA Tbo lifeblood of tho country is being droloed ood erery dny lt is being fumier pauperized aad depressed. Aro we lo dii?li from Mr. Qladltonci haul tho cordial which he ls ahout to administer lo us as a restorative I TbrOOgbOUt lins bulloos! I think Mr. l'a: nell hus shown the profoundest jud.ment, and his policy has my must thorough aad hearty support I -u llsve the lilli will pass tue second reading. 1. M. II i t IT. The next opinion la by the v ice-chairman of 11.* In-.li l'aiiiiiineiitiiry party : I approve of Ibo BObomO, .t* wo ill do, of Course, bal I fear tho pro.peet before lt ts stormy. It ls likely io renell thc committee -:...- lu tho House, I,ul ll will, ? uroly be smithed in thu oo-omttiee, 'tho (.ovoru BMOt will then In all pr..haul.ny resign. An attempt will be male to form a coalition Ministry but I .io not BXpeet this atleii.pt will he sucoessful or that such a Mlnlsuy will bout together if formed. Toa will boro tba .ortea eomlogtoto oflloe, sn 1 aa the Tones Will by mat time be educated up to Homo Huh* they will do wlut they dbl with tho Kcforu) biil In 1--1T, Ihey will hiing in a iti.'ii.er Home Rule lull Ih.in Mr. Glad110-0*1 an! cany lt. Home Raia I* inevitable iii any SOOO, and whether it be a Tory or 1 ulier.il Oovern ment Hint Bball Carry IBO measure, Hie preitlige will all tbe same, oe Mr. Gleda to BO'S. Justin McCaaTHT, Tin- lui i tor of Tin United Irtle id, a riteo bo tallows! It would be ?asy to lind biota on uuv measure, bat tins one, that six mutchs ago Mr. POTBOll would have lie, ii considered a madman if he hail iki-tch ed ItHinl j.roposed Us accept ance by the Hritisn Portia mein. si,ouiiinp_sstiiioii.li Parllomeol unmutilaied I t tunk it ian and outtht to COO ton I the Irish people, and will ne Hie source of 1 nuuni": ubi.- bieaalngl lo Ireland. Wu i i .ti i riimi.*. 'J lie cliief adfutnistrator of the National League suvs: ?' The measure ls not ill that IriMitrieii would desire, bul II li undoubtedly far beyond anything which the pres? ent gena ration of lrlobnwo|Boped to .ee proposed bf an Kagllib PrimoMlolater to their doy, ami ii is doubtful whether the lush party would, of llielr own notion, have introduced an bold a schema, to lu. House of ('.minions with any hope of a favorable r.uepi. liven its ob? jectionable features may he found to Iihto their n*_ lo cheeking impnlslre logialalloa aad la welding the differ* ent clsssei in Ireland Hilo a more boaltby ani eompro hoiiHive natioiia.lly. T. llairni(-toii, saothsi of PsroeU's <?! rqueot lieutensnto, ^.'ly-: Gladstone's scheme uodou'.tedly orTer* Ihe i ? li people a logie a ure with power to deal with ail irish mattera oad oltboogh under it tho irish am required to make some sacnttcss i am of the (.pinion that if lt were BtO-iSed OB four point! mentions i bi Mr, Parnell it om to ba .turi would i.e oe* copted by the Irteta peepla J, Dillon. The Tomi,,,i Daily Newt jir.K t ic.iily admits thal the Home Rale bill baa ool tho populai backing iaOrasl Britain that will justify the bops of poooing ii in tina Parliament It Bays, bowerer, thal an lrrevui-.-il,:,. tu p Iiun l.e.-ti lak.-u in the dlr* action of conferring Horns Kule on In-ami, sad il Brgues on a piuuii.-l lm.- witta J na tin IfcCarthj that if th*- Liberals don't pass si: li :i lull the I'.n,,-s will. Nev. run-], s,, ito f,u., ,),.,, th^ >n],. argn, *.fth*' GlaM-Btone party in London Bays openly thai it beiieres Um "country i* nol ui np? foi Home Ii'ulc," is thc snoot B-gn-fcanl lodiesktion "f the fate ol this pattienlar meaaure, ii uj DeTertbeieaa praotlcally eaaeaded bj ali Btateanten thal Ireland muot bs ailosM'd lo goren beraelf. and tho only disjuit*' ls sato tbs way of letting ber do it. 'Hie I'r.-sident of the Irish Natn.nal LarBflSfl ol (ii.at Jlritiuii wnles : Critics may lind faults In the measure, luke all human ililli.h horn amid a legion of dittlcuiliei ll kai many, but lhat auoh m measure, OOO fe rr in ir ai it does a Parliament upon Ireland, should be introduced in Um English House ut OBSBSBSM I')' Hie greitteit Bogllab suleiman of the age, ls a result which the ,..,--. BOSgalao of 1 ri? li pittriots eoiiid h.tTi. bardly dared hup-, fur. 1'or my part I thing all the faull! lo Mr. Qladalaae*B uiuaiure are over wlielunugly oulwelglint wf Its ne rlt*. It gi va a Ireland the power lo make hor owu lawi aud develop her reiouroua, aud ll ba* lu lt elemei.ls wbleb will eoohlo tba Irish people, with Ul elaeeeeblooded together aad worklaffla harmony ld hulld up a rea! Nation. I think thal the chances of iho hill pawing imo a law are good and if all sections of the Irish race, at home and abroad, unite with the Irish par* Itimeiitniy party III accepting lt thcso chances will bo immediately strengthened. T. P. O'Con vii. Thc I-ord Mavor nf Dublin i*nyt*t Mr. (Hailstone's measure ts a larjre one. Though lt ls ?mt sll the Irish pany would desire if we were free to tlioose, I regard lt as tho proposal of terms between Knirl.-ind and Ireland, In which enc-h must in Willing to yield SSBtStBlBP lt nay not lio carried Initne.ltately, nor ii Its present shape, 'mt tts introduction ls a sure token hat b Btes Ban of Home llule In Ireland we are bound lo lave ere lon*. I believe that passing the present meas ire, If Us financial provisions were made less stringent, ifould confer an Immense uni. flt on Ireland and would >e a great rolief and comfort to England. T. D. flni tv ax. Thc proprietor of Tdd Dublin Ireemtiri't Journal writ cs: The result of Parnell's policy, MpportOd BS lt ls by he Irish race throughout the world, has boen to foroo 'ron, the leaders of all tho Emclisb parties a practical acknowlediefiijetit that the Irish question must be nettled by tho concession of an Irish Parlia? ment and tho Iieuiorrscy of England are pre? pared for that solution. Lord Randolph Churchill's Ipfeek was as Itgalfleaal on these loints, by Its silence, is Mr. Chamberlain's by its admissions. All, thOCOfOfe, Ihat ls BOW reriuireel to puaranteo success ts determined perseverance In the policy which hus already produced ibeee results. The scheme of Oladstonn imbodtes all tho principle* which can reasonably bo required by Irishmen ami ls pe ?!,Vet ly capable of B-BOBd-Benl When 'lefcctl ve. Whatever n.ny lu-Its fMto in the pfSSOnt par.ian-.eiit. Its triumph is certain If Parnell can rely ou the loyal, undi? vided rapport of UM Irish people un both rides Ol thc|At lani.e. But any dlfferOBce or wavering wc,ual have more fatal ell..!- upon th" Irish cause BOW ih.m at liny pi-.-vi'ius period, .md Dight throw u* back fora fenenUon and cause untold misery tei Inlaad, Hm irish Bl home ire*, iii my opinion, unanimous Ib their support nf tho bill and hopefully look for ilko unanimity from their brethren in Amerton, Ii Owt?b OB w. Qrattan's gnat-grandson I hoi expresses himself I Oladstone's measure if psssed into law with some Few modlfleaUeas, will undoubtedly Mtlsry Ike legitimate asplratlouaot the irish Nation. It practi? cally niuo mis to Wbal (iratt.ni's Parliament iv, il bare deTeloped into had it beea permitted to con? tinue in existent* The Legtetstun whloh Glads itone pi.--,.toeeiablMh will fully nptoaeni tba Irleh people by reason of Ita oonstltattoa. lt aili Boto within lt mem >ersofoTerj section ot .ho community, nnd ?iii lindi,.ibi'.iv re-ail in the iinl-in of all ol S MOS In lr 1 ii. 1 [or .1 c..lunion object?lbs general good. j noa <*, ii. e.,. it ;.t*. r-M"M-:.. v. v.. rUE NEWSPAPERS SAT OF Hie SCHEME Lon hon, April 13.?Thi Daily Seat tnyt thai lt does not k:i,.M whether Lord Baadolpb Chareblll ti I -lies Trimi t,.e Parnell! b <. i -t Ihat in nw ipoecb last night hs certainly nferra I tu tiie Irish party with bated breath. "Tbe whispered bom* r , ? ni fat's di b .tc" it a : :*. "greatly itnngtbc io-1 the position ol ibe Government." /.',, tmilg Telegraph says tha Mr. Gladstone hal sub itltutcd a scbemi for tbe -sane ot Irish consols, secured inls 'i ii I rentals therefrom, with the view of sccur Ing thc adbeni.ck the Kadi da 'iv- Liberal Associations of Newcastle, Sunderland tynemouth and Liverpool, and many other Ubera] lo.'.icie b iv,- : li . ipport Rr, Gladstone, Thc Standard this morning takes the unusual c il pi using i burchill'! attack on Mr. Gladstone. Tht stuudurd saya lt ia expected .Mr. . ? i>. ak In tbe House if Commons to-night, and that he Bill announce the modlfloatlOBS already referred to, unbracing tho representation ol Inlaad at Weatmlnster n the ratio of ber contributions to tbs Imperial ?ie he iiie-r, and tbe extension of the power Bl ve-to to tbs imp-mi Pai liament. LoJeDOX, April 12. -The editorial .irt.clo In lamornlng'i li Ug Seat on Mr. Gladstone's scheme ia* scrveel to Increase tbs naoaalOBBS of the- Liberals. lin Dublin Freeman'a Journal s.r-s thu rejection of ibe Roma Kola measure would reeoit ta an acute nata, mere i il crisis an I wolli I prOToke tho uiiMmployecl of Duuiin to commit excesses similar to tho*o porpi irate I luring the reoent riots In London. ? RESOLUTIONS Alu HM l.U UV TIIE ASSEMBLY. Albant, April L2.?Tbe Hpoaker of the Av lembly to-nigbi ,t*-ie I aud ebtaiaed aaaalmoas consent laager the foil..wu,if reeolutloas wbieh won Baaa* iinoiisiy adopted in i ordered real to the 8 mate for sob* bui rc nee i J,,k"lr,,l nf ihe - ?? ,-.- ce. cur), That the peop'-- Of then ita- e.r Saw* York do bi reby teador Ibo lush p o t tbeir heart] sympathy in ibo heroic hiru?',:io ihey arc now making for noni.- nil'- i,, li land /..* ir. I, | ; .it li.ry i.eil \S ; * ll ll,lil'.'.ed feOllBgS of inUiude and reepect the noble stand taken br England's n?li lu 111 ?t ?l c< ma ll. W I., am I.. I ...id si on ie, in eb' lenee of popul ir goTeruiaeot for tho p?opio and by tho people. Uemlveil, Thst ws tender our congratulations tee the English poo|.n tbe tact or their Uavins at length a Government possessing ocurago and magnanimity lo m uk c an efl "i i t ? do ja si teeto thc tillich wronged aad long .-ure: lug country. APPROVING GLADSTONE'S PLAN. Boston, April l- [Special),?A lance meeting was held li. PaBOUll Hail lo-aight to approve the Homo Kuie scheme o' e.I idstoaa. Mayor o'I'.rion pres!.'.eel and peaohea were mada by Collector Paltoaatall, the Bot, it. Mincer, c. o. Ptiaee, Jahn E. PitsgenM and J..ha Hoyle O'Reilly, All the speakers took a hopeful view of the situation. Telegrams were sent to Gladstone sad Paruell Ihanklng inem for tL?-tr efforts in behalf of Inland -? Heil itrrt'i, WHETHER tiik hii.i. will PA--9. An euthiiBiaatic meeting of the members ol the M-ventli \\ aid Hr.inch ol the lush National LSMUB wus held last evening at Sn. 'ill Last liroadwa/, l>r. William A. ('im way praetdla_t Boto ral aaw members joined tl.c braaeh, BBd after many intelitiiiijj, 1 subscrip? tions had been received winiam Ii. Clarke delivered a stirring sddrees. In which he referred lo Oladsteae'sel tori tee pacify Ire! md, ami spoko of nis Home Rule bill as iiiiioiii'iediy tbegreateel attempt which au) Baglisb* man hui yet a. .d'- to soles the lush problem. ' It anything could rauke us forget the terrible coer? cion he inflicted on the couuiry." lie continued. " ll is this Home i;u.' i ...-:. i .-. pass wiih tho accessary smen .moneta, lt ia tii<- seanei aiiproaciito treating ths Irish i|iie?i|citi from au Irish point of new thal has ever beean i,,.i.ie i,y .in K,,_? 11-iiiii,sn. i don t beiMve, however, tliat the |i|il, rveii as ll ls, will pass. l.et us, therefore, redouble our offorts In support of Parnell, Lest us de? mand tha release of the political prisoners who !,..ve done so milch to brill-- the Irish denimel into prominence and lat us not foruet tli.,t If Ireland \ia* the power to make ber own laws she must have control of mu po.ice tocany them out." [Applause,] 1 \K I.s i, Ills BET BM OE billi A VISTOL. Patrick Lune, ;i teamster, tgt thirty, Upas with his I.rothc-r .loliii on the top (leeor of the tenement house So. '.) Bataan plaee, DaUl Ihree weeks BgO John J. Kelly, a waller, aire thirty, il veil with them, but ewing to Ins intemperate Habits they cul rid of hun. Last i. ;??.' ihe Lanes were n, their room, when IBO BOOT Opened and Kelly walked Iii. Without say? ing a word bo drew a revolver and fired al Patrick Lana, wounding him ia tho milt breast. His brother rai, tee th'* Seventh Precinct Hatton. Detectives ( reed and L> ary funnel the wounded manon tbe Hour, ills BSSSll int was still there. *' Tbat mau 'hot ini..'- gasped lane, pointing to Bally. " V is, sun IBS ? oo. answer, " 1 shot lum" An ambulance tool Ibe w.e.iN.leei mau to (joiiveriieur Hospital and Kelly wss taken i?, me police station. He toidi reed tbal about three weeks ago ha overheard Lane advies the landlady ta take his latch key from hun when ha was drunk and put his emmes outside of the door whore Bo could set thom. Hoaddodi ?? I tbougut the matter over all the tii,,o aad eeauluded tbat as ne bad tried to make a tramp oot of ms I had boner kill him, ai.d 1 tiled lo do ll. ' Tl. 1.1.1 iii A I'll If SOT ER SUIT ITNDEil l Hi: I IVIL BEE VICE LAW. Boston, April 12.?The Attorney, narai t..-lay al ttie iuatanee ol tho < ,s li -ei i n-e- c 'ummlaalonara, Bled in tao Bujinuie Court for Ba gol k County, a petition fora ai t of certiorari agalual the Rayoraod Aldermen of Northampton Tba pennon alleges that on February - tto- Board refuaed t.? eoaflrm tao Stayer's Bomlaation ol I.,it h. i A. c lark t'.r paitoa soi vlecs, aftBougb I lark was a i Meran and had tho highest feneral standing on the lill of applicants. TABING HU CAPTIVE APACHES TO PRIBOR. Ni vi-imi i an-. April iv Captain Savage ami Lieu* leaauia Biebardi ami i.e\cit, eomaiaodwg thirty Lu,.e.i .-t.itei soldiers, passed IBreugB tnise-itj '.. ,* m.arning .rn tne way to Halal AugaeUae, I'la., havunr lu charge saveall sn Apoehs ladlaas woo will be imprte eel,ld Ile I'Ult Marlon. Thev Ale pori uf ' er role ellie' s hand Captured neal "aili Macho. DEI LAI HI li BT A MINI-UK. Mil xx ai ki I . VI is.. April i'A? A elisp.ileli to Ihe Se, ti ad rrou, 'a uiei town aayai i in- Hi,r. J, i. Eoebler, ol thu Garawa Evaagslteal Cbaesa, loft Iowa a lbw days ano and yesterday it ieti?r Waa toesolved fruin hun by (nares Bask saan, preaidaal nf his ebanh committee. wrllten fione llelrott. tendril ?? lils resi.nstlon ai d in forming any iu>iunin*f Mauds t ? ,'. lu a few binns he Would be safe in the In.inn,um. lt ls now learned Dial be hail borrowed smiie f Him iii in-,ney from various par? ties, besides e aithing, iew?ir> und other tilings which ne bad oi-Uiiieu on credit. 1 HE STRIKE IN TUE COURTS. I'-jV^T ST. LfOtJIi PEPUTIEfi REASRE8TEIX ?BU BOB A I'.K.l l-l I ION Kif -a (JOVKRNOK OULKfl BT?BBIOBTS or lah k OB i'>ni_ [HT 1 nu ult vii i.. WB IBIBUBB.] I *t. Louis, April L2.?The nino d-jraty sheriffs held hy tho Chief of Peile*". In tills city for the sh. iim_ )? I;,,,,, ?*_ r.o-iis am Friday appeared In the Criminal Court guarded hy a strone detail of detectives and policemen. The room was eton Sol to Ba utmost capacity mid lt rei|tilrod tho combined eOorta of the police and rt gi lar sheriff! to keep order. The nine men appeared In answer to writs ol habeas corpus Issued on Betarday Bight, aad as each man's .arno was called the attorney who represented th. Chief of Police sal 1 he had no charge to profer. Tho deputies wero accordingly released. bn| each lo turn was Immediately rearroste MB Womal charging him with being a fugitive from just!, e. These warrants hud been BWOIB out by an Beet Hf. louis con-table, McDarmol- TbO BbM deputn-s WOto takoa to toU, whore tbor will ho held to await the BStfou Of tbo GeieraM af Illinois, with whom an appli? cation for rei|iiisltious his already been Hied. From tho I'rlmliial (ourt room the crowd flied Into the Court of Criminal Correction. WBSCB the case of.I. .I. BoGarry, Judge Advocate of Di*tilet AooeBbly No. 101, wis -.-t for trial. McOatry arni thiee other leading Kn'ghts, Hu.-.ett. (base and Conroy, am accused of obstructing a railroad track, a felony under the law. Tho evidence showed that a poaafinSOf tram was IBappod BOOr tbs Mfssoiirl Pacifla- shops on March 19 by a crowd and that Ihe ears were uncoupled. Tho r.-slummy did not shaw that tho (li'li-n I.-,,its uiieouplBl tlio oars, an-1 OX* Hnvernor .Johnson, who was defending tho men, BTgasI tliat If they had BBOOOpIed rho cars tho oltenco Would nilly ho a tiespu .s. ;i s pins wero not a part of rho railro.nl Bask. The court COBtlassdtbs cases until Thursday to look into thi* point. Chief Sargeant, "f tho BrotbetlMmd of Firemen, was tn couiultitrion .vi tue OMrnlng with the local grieranee eumir.lttce. The inbjoct was rho dlaohorgS of thc tweiny lir.uueii i,v ti..,, m.ss,.mi Paella Railroad. Tim r- - ut of tin- Boaferooce iraa a call for tbe ciieni com. niitteo of tho ordoi to meet lu Parsons, Baas. <, on April . ? Mr. Sargeant, when spprooohed on tb.- eobjeet itotsd that lhere hod heen no oitemptat arbitration of Hie ca*es of tue discharged Bremen mai runt the rullrn id oltlctai* woo ld not be npproaohed about thom until ofter the decision of tn? general committee hud boen reaobed. "I .lu nol anticipate any dlrtleulty lu atrlrlng at a -?ti..-in ut of our grievances," laid ho. "We wu! _ivo au 1 rei .-iv e inst',.,- and Hint ls all that any one eau o\ - peet Hit ween now and tho dote nf the moetinsfol Ht-. general eommlttee ths locii grievonoa oommitioe vvin inve.ti.-u!.. thoroughly tbs dlBerrnoes between toe iii* e ir..-.I Bremen snd ile comp-ny ood will he prepared to tcp.tr: inion tl,em. TOOM ure Ol Way I two lldM tu everr qsesttoo, and we desire ro obtain ail of tho In form? at i ut u pon tba -i'.i ii' "i ie.', re i iking Borton. We n ust tiiove slowly ana cautiously lu thia matter ood be lure we aro right before we anbmll oureoaa for arbitration. u ,? boro bb ?' -? Boom with tbe ru.nl rn willoh the arid - trallon of lust auob eases a* those under dlscuastoo m p.av deil rm. Henoe I say thal I donni null Inotoony ii mhlo lo orrlvtoa ot a settlement which will be per fed ly Mtlaf-otory to both ilaea." Mr. Borgaool will romain hero for several dav*. Me*Hr*. !>. li. Booker and M. Dolan, of the Bedalia grletooea eommlttee, reported ru Mr. Sargeant to-day ti I >>ii th - condition ot idalia ol Bodalla, where nineteen t::t-tiieri aro out. There ino 1,800 flreaiea on the Goold -. -' i-i Perola] Knights were arrested Bera nn.l IwOStDs Boto, Mo., lor Interferenoe with railroad eomoaoteo. Ti.e mm. I'* of ihe st. Louis dlstrtoi, wno ault work hut Saturday, nelda meeting yesterday and resolved not to resume work until after tim stn!;.* by tba Kui-liti ? ill hare been anded. I.itt!.>al Ison hand ni ihi* ? r:- ? vt and th" expected eiittltli; oil of tho Bgpply vvlil affect seriously the mooohetaring Intereicsor this etty. Four hundred aad Atty nporatots on the [Illinois and st. Louis Itollrood have Btroek. and lt is expoeted moro will strike about iielievhle to-d..y to assist tho Knl.hu of Labor In their struggle. THE KILLING OF HT-8. PFEIFFER. TI-IIM-INY Al IPI! IBQOBST IB BAST ST. LOUIS. East br. Lm is, April 12 18pecial).?The Inqneat on the bodies of tho persons killed lu the dio lurbance on Friday was cnutluued to-day iu tho City Hall. Tuere was a large crowd present and tho adjoin* ng atreeto were erowded wltb people-. Tba tcstiaiony wu- a reiietltion of that submitted ou Saturday. Aiming the witaessci was Josoph l'f.id'er, whoso wifo w.is killed. He tcsntlod: 1 vt cut lo tho crossing about _ o'clock. My wlfo was Wltb me. Che vt .s going .icn.a, lu st. Loni* to bay ? uni' Bowan for ibo .arlen. H'ueli I law tba crowd, f mil my wi.o lo atop for a minute. I saw the deputy make tue arrost. Ha- raised his irun three 11 maa and (lieu l.nd. 1 s.,',1 otu. mau fall OG 1 laid to my wifo: " '' lick. Lou. Iel in run." We bod gone only n few paces when she fell in my muns I bellen ir wa. the deputy with ti o red hair who killed her, ai I saw hun point ins rifle directly al nt. I could ii'-utuv bim. I beard ibo deputies order the rronltig cleared, and wben my wife and I started tu crosi tba traek they Hopped us. Tm* wa* tho reason for our detention. Ifthey bod allowed us toeroaaibe tia. ki we vu,it bare done so. I beard the two poitce u. n ailing to tbo crowd or tbo septum*, i uu .'t ku.iw which, tu _o back. About BfleOB vrltiicssi's were examined. ? a i BBTUB-HBG TO WORK IN BAST ST. LOUIS. Eas. St. Louts, April 1- laSja^-ial).-?Many of theo I awltchtooa bare g"'.c luck to work lu tbo Ohio and Btseiaalppl atidChleogo, Burlington ami Quiney yerda owing to tho burolngof Ita cars, tim Cairo Short Line woe witbonl means of transportation BOd did little '.usurers to-,lay. Two tralDS wore sent out by the LoaUriUe and BasbVlllS and tba other yards aro Ii suming work slowly. At the request of General Rosee, Mayor Joyce ordered nil thc liquor shopi to close, and Hie troops enforood tho order. Maurice Ti.aior, editor of The tout st. Lottie lina id. complained to Geoorol Reece to-day that aboai B o'clock last night hts h.mae WMloraded by masked BMB ale! he was told tIla-1 Ito would be lynched within a WOek ll ?'? waa aol morn careful of th* ut frances of hts paper. A de an of sold .u* waa *.uit ta .uart lils bouao duri,i_ the itt me. Ibo troop* have settled down to a regular retinue. -*?? ? DID Mit. P0WDEBLT CALL THEM OUTLAWS I Si. I..k is, April 12.?General OuniiiiUeiiiaii J. Vf. Hayes, of tho Knights of Labor, sail ibo state? ments attributed to Jay Ooald In an Internet ?? -? graphed from N?w Vork last Bight, ia which Mr. ifould say. Mint Mr. Pow dei ly, nt one of Ibo Now- York confer? ences referred lo rn-milers o? Disiricl No, 1"1 a* "out? laws," and said they had disobeyed the laws of the ol? der, was false in every particul.il- ant wholly without fa ii:.Lihou. He charactorUod lt as "uno ot Jay i.oul,l's Iles for the purp.se of misrepresenting lue knight*of Labor sad destroying public faith la the ol? der." ?* What Mr. Powderly did say," said Mr. Hayes, ?* was that the strike waa unwise aud had boen Ill-advise.1, I,, eo?se the local committee bad taken action upon lm rortMit mattaraaoooornlogo laroo extent of territory wltboui Brat eonmltlng tua go oe ral utticers ol tho order, uti.er Dian iliut li* ,.,ade nu ri-mat ks of the diameter attributed to ola by Mr. Gould." "Were you prooeal ur the latervtew between Mr. Powdeily and Mr. <i-.uld I" " Yes-, I was. I have a diitlnct recollection of wliat (.(?curred. I am poet Hrs that .Mr. Powderly laid nothing of the kind attributed tu hun by Mr. ifould. Wbat Ur. (Joni.I aa] s about oir refu-al of h.s proposition to Include in the matters tn be arbitrated the (|iiestlon dealinif with tho ilamases lo tho load! caused by tho strike, ii true." ? ? ? niBHOP HOWMAN *)V JAY (,()l'LI). Chicago, April 12.?Tbs Methodist minis* tor* of thii tuiy discussed the Olgbb-OSr labor movoiiKUt at their regulai lucellng this morning. Bishop Ho wm uri, ,,', St Louis, spoke fur a few miutitei. He said tho reek laseaaafl of ibo itrikeri iu that city and across the bridge was mused in large part by the carelessness of the com? panies r-.aiding the u,u;.il welfare of their employes. Ha aald Hut Ibero was aa oasb conflict between labor wet capital as bad bsea intimated. Cbs a-ltaturs were ant con-!.leting tue tact that tm. price of uah.jr bad been Steadily increasing for Ibo la-ttllny year... While for tho .mu* rune ibe income of capital wai decreasing. ?'And I don't want tobe taken ai defending Jay (.null," Said the bishop. " I WOUld ilks to iee lone' one take bimby th>- neek ead kuk him inrougli Netv-Yor_. as long as lie wa-n't kiel." He tlimn.iit that if th" mu?se* cou d be brought to realize that there wa* not any conflict the ci.hi-hoiir queetlou woola adjust Itself. Anotoor thing for the,la ten.I* Of both rid-S WM tO Have hom.* built tor Hie workmen, in Philadelphia, where tun was done, tao nu ii bau aol drill k anice 1 ?-! I. *? ? A WEETA YAN DBNOUBCES THE KN IO liri. Btbacuoe, April 1'-'.?lim following kiter hal been sent to Ja) < imild by thc pre.i lent of tho Mes loyan Geoorol Conforeeeo, ead ssassoaal of the pun tloo aod proraloooeo of Ito writer will undoubtedly ai met ait..nttun : Vt k.l.. .an Mini"i'i-r pii.ti-iiiM. Hoi-K, i I |.||..|:i.tl Di l-Alilvii NI. .-1 i. ti I BB, N. V., April lu, 18-4- > sir. .in Goold, liesa Bia: I toot aoaotralaod to write you my con _:..t .. tia.iii lor the mimi you havo t .ken BgalBSt Ihe would-be Uospotlsm of ihe acer.! bauiliil koowa as tne "_OlgblO of Lalor. 1 feled tb.- .rotting power of tOOM secret combination! are lome vta> brofcea our country I* ruined and its business enterprise! destroyed. B hoi li needed i* men of puncipa. IM ul nnrve to Hand a.aimt tiii. ri.uirf seeiet eu i.m.mi.tic power willoh tbroatoni IBo oao iiiiiaiiun af me righto of praoertv. I Boootho honor to repr.-.eut U.e Weslefau MelnuL.t eOOOOellon ol Anion.a u- pro* d-nl of Ila ..eneial * oiifei em ,- mid sailor ol Ito iiieiatn... I tboagot lhal ll might boa loiltce nf eiicolilaX'-m*nt lo you lo know that tb*!" ls sympolliy for you under lUe a..aii.u mad., upon your name and property l.y tn- narai wuk. of d irk liesa. ihe great iiece*i,t) of the liniei ti light pouted from Hie praia. Ibo pulpit and in? rostrum ou Hie true char? acter, lende-ties auu a oi kings of Hie sccrul order* which threaten to undermine overy Interest, financial, tocial and religious. Yours onoouraguutly. N. Waupm.H. UR GOULD HAS KO IDEA OP YIEl.l'IN*;. fir. m vs illino to LBAYS THB RATTBB wira mk. ?OZIB?WHAT a EBIOBT BATS. Jay GovM denied ycsrerdiiy th(? published ''""oment that uogotlatlous were pending between him sud tue c..,?rai, BxaoaRra Committee of the Kuiuhts of Ubor for sn arbiii.-.i-n of the yoali,WMt?ro glrll,0. h? repeated agata his ossoiv,-,, tbat tho matter had been placed in tba hands u, We-President Hoxie for settlotnsnt and that ho was 1.1.[ lf> let lt remain there. lu tha meantime the business m the Southwestern railroads was being done without the ?ld of the strikers. The following dispatch from Mr. Hozio was received at the otllco of the Missouri racine Hallway Company : Two hundred and eighty-six freight trains run Patiir ilay containing 4.772 loaded cars, an Increase of _7 trains ami (17(5 cars as compared with same .lay last year. Ou Huuday there were 177 trains and 3.001 loaded oars, (fillet every place on the lines. One effect of the strike in tho Southwest bas been temporarily to stop the tlehting In this city between dif? ferent factions among the labor organizations at all events. I; is estimated that the trades uulous In New Yairk anu Brooklyn aloue wlll furnish If called on between |9,000 and $ 10,000 weekly for the support of the strike. 1 ae movement to raise money to light Jay Oould ls not i unlined ta tho Knlghta of Laaor. but tne trades aaloas outside of the oMer have promised to come forward as liberally BB their treasuries wlll admit. In speaking of tba Interview with Mr. (iould lu yesterday morning's TiiiiUNK. a well-known Knight sault '? I do not believe that l'liwdc rly mad" any such remark to Gould In re f.irlug to the men of District Assembly No. 101 as 'IV hy, they are outlaws. They are one of the worst sets of men I ever saw. Vi lieu I was out there among them l was really afraid of my life.' I don't believe that Pow ilerly ever had such an idea, and tt Is an absurdity to tuppose thal ho would make tuoh a remark lo liould, of nil men In tho world." LABOB TBOUBLE8IN OTHES PLACE8. k BOVEL PBASB Of BOTOOTTIBO?BIOTIKO IN win ni r r.e.?VOTES, Pittsburg, April 12 \8pee4at)*?At Beottdale ihe Union Supply Company, Whieh has a large general nerehandlss store In the town ami others slsewben and s OOOtrotled by tho H. C. I rick Coko Company,is S'dling Mods so cheaply as seriously to damage tho limitless of iho smaller merchants. The Bnpply Oompany pur ibaasa vast quaatttles ol goods, it hays lor al leaat i.V.f a dozen largo stores In the coke region, [ta BggTO jato purchases amount in tho OOUTSS of the voar to over 1100.000. I'lirough the luilueni'o of II. C. Frick lt gets he lowaet freight rales. The-; latest movement Bl tbs ???ott.lalo manhunts ls to secure tho passago of B MSO utiou by the Kaights ol Labor reoommondlug tbat tbo 'apply Oompaay he i> lyootte i. I'he ob),iot of tuo Frick .'oinp any in ie_U_| | ia 1-t at cost ts to punish luiruliant-i or tbo nativity they manUeetad In aiding the sinso in Lu.nary and February. C'HICAOO, April IX?A speolal from Cairo. III., says: ? The tr light brakemen oa ihe Mobile ami oiiia, Bat I ra id itruok yeewrday luornlng, aloin.miling .*'..", for twenty* tit trips of loo iniioi each aad two eenie per mlle for jvei-time. 'i I'tri., Minn., April 13.?A ell,patch fron Winni? peg say s that ibis morning ilOd Italians assembled at ibe Canadian Peel do depot to gi west to worn on she road at *l 'J> per day. AnotBer holy of men who thought the wages too low tooit possession ot the cars .md refused sdmlsslou to tho others, clubs and stones wore free.'iy US'el aad several persons wero liijiiic-l serious ly, PmrSBUBO, April 12 ISjtcriiih.?W'. C. Quincy, gen. ral manager ol tbo Pittsburg and Lake Erle Ballroad, bel l a conference with ? oommlttoo representing tbe dissatis? fy d en .'lucers and li re men of the road. Y. u li grleVSO IO wis settled to tuo satisfaction of all. The passenger engineers get au advaaee ol eeveaty-veeeatsaftay. The .night tram niei*. will also receive an advance, the men to be paid from the tune they report for duty. Philadelphia, April vi.? Tho carters employe.! at Broad and Vine ita., when tbs bow Catholic High Behool ls building, went ou a strike to-day. They demanded mon wages, aad wheo they were refused tao men eie clareei th it they would allow no one to work at that place until their eic,uandi wore compile 1 witu. ? ar FEATUBE8 0F I'HK LABOB QUESTION. Theiron.moulden and foundrymen waited yester? day on nearly ail ot the thirty-Sight employers in this city and its vicinity and presented the demanetli for au increase of 10 per cent on their wages and an in areaae t > a minimam rate of $1 BB iot Laboran and belpets oud a reduction in the hourn of labor. In ni-.trly every ouse the cummitteo reported that the demands were either complied with oran IBMWSf was preeinl-eti at an early elute. It is hardly probable that there will he a itrtks of i arnishers ior a reduction in tha boon ol wort and tt" regulation ol wages. Arrangements uro being made for n conference with tbe bosses io that matters can be satisfactorily ami amicably Battled, lu ac.ac rdanoe with s resolullou rio- ntly passed bv thc Central Council ol tbe Labonn Union. Wal lc mu Delegate Hernon luis been kept huey looking utter jobs wi,ci" the nine-hour rule i* not enforced and wt ere the* anion ra;., ol wages 92 50a clay is nit paid, He found the union rales being violated oo tito building in West Pitty elghth-et., bv Contractor Brad? leys at Kiiti-.ixth-*t*. niiel Fir.-t ave., by Con traci or V\ Huon, aud at Kifi y-ufib-st. and Eaat Uiver bv (on traci or Donahue. About litty boys employed in tie hide dressing establishment of J. H. Rockwell iv Co., ar Plashing mni Claseson aves. Brooklyn, struck yesterdsy toi bb mile.!*!- ot >1 a week in tta-ir wages vi hu h range from ?_ to .t.I BO a weak. Alo.it 400 men ore employed in the factory sud sll threaten to strike uni** tlc de? ni mels un- acceded to. lin* Laborers sud plastenn at work ea J.J. Mo Combs summer house in Dobbs Perry struck for higher wages yesterdev. Then bm aooi t LttOaaea employed on this building, moat ol whom have beea working there ail winter. The masoas and plastenn have Leen paid fKj s elav and the laboren -ri BO. Tbey haveatruok tor $3 CH) and fl 7.>. J. P. woodie the contractor ati'l he is.VI that he vvill not pty the* u ages Baked a.ve,, ii bo has to pay other iiie-n *?! a day. He says he caa get plenty of men to work at the wagoe pa" ul. lint wallers of the; city forming I iiiein No. 'A bael a s| eoial tiiee-ting at the (JiTUiania Assembly Kooma, no, -"'1 Bowery, laal ntgbl when they adotteil by? laws and a constitution which provides for the hosea! ot the niembers or tln-ir (smilies in case nf sb-kuMs or J. ii. ine Friendly Society of OoeratlVC Masons met last ni-lit ut No. 22U Kant Forty-seventh st. with F.J. Parcel] in tbi chair. Alter eooeidorable discussion the Society resolved oo adopting the seato resolution as the Iii icklavcrs' Union namely: "Ihat on and alter May 1. 1 MHB, the price par hour shall beat lea*t IB Bents, ami that niue hours shall constitute a day's Wolli." Among the protective unions nasally organized it that of the ?Bobine Paper Workers, a hedy of men numbering in New .'on sad Brooklyn, abeu! fioo. Tbeir work consists In outttag labels, show-sards, bleak-books, stat tooery,ere. A meeting nt the union wa- held lust Bight st J-traiu) Armv Hull. Hod ford uve-. aiui North Beoood-sl., Brooklyn. A PATERSON MAMTAc ll BER TALKI- ri.AINLY. Among the manufaetuiers -t_o havo beea SBnoyed by tho goueral strike of dyers tu Paterson within the last few clays ls William Btraage, head of thu linn of William Ei'.rauge _ Co., ono of tho largest silk manufacturing eoaoecas in the Boaatry. He had just maile BB amfoaMa agreement with lils weavers upon a schedule, wheu a Knight of Laaor entered hu dyeing shop, snapped h -x tingor, and all the dyers left Work. Mr. Ptriniie refuse.I to accede to their Khedale, and UM dyan remain oat. Yesterday a committee of tho Knights of Labor calle-1 on Mr. Strang-* with a view of settling tho trouble. Mr. Houohue said '.hat the- strike had not beea orelere-1 by the Knight*. Mr.-tran.-o ha ; replied that the Knights had by their silence commited the strike. He salel that he had be.-u outrageously Iroateel by the Knu-nts anet he proposed lo present ins case to the imbue through tho press aud the Knlghis could adopt his pian or iel lt alone, if they did liol choose to do wbal he was going to propose ho would weave down the silk now on his launs and sh it down hts mills, lue con,mutee told Mr. -tranga that the elyors were willing to eosss bark. Mr. i-Urauga sternly said : " 1 will not havo them. People who will In my absence l*ave their work at thesaapof an outsider's Uniter, Without saying wieat they want or ud'enug to arbitrate, cannot Willi, for me." Mr. Grange's proposition calls for a Hoard of Arbitra? tion for the silk Industry of Paterson, to consist of ll vu ni'-ii trem theomployera aad tivo from the employed The righi of any laeaufaetunr lo employ or discharge ? ii. h poisons as he ciiueisos is r* Ber foil. BUl If any person has re,sam to believe he was dis.*barg.-.l for connection with th" Knights ot l.ibor li? is to SUbtall his complaint to ibo Hoard. Then muet bo bo iotetfa?nee witu the emp oviiici'i or wases ol pesnoas hired by the week Who are *...-. with tb-u pap. SCHOOL hoys OS BTBtKE. Suiiic dismissed pupils <?(' Public Behold So, 'Al. in Neel man st., liiookiyil, iBOltad lue bo) s atleniliiig the seaool to stnks tor a half-hear neeesla tho after noell .ucl a half-holiday on I- ri.lay, ami yesterday lhere was a seeaa ot aaettameal about tho school building. IBO older boys terrorized the younker ones Bad Oom polled them to remain out of the class-rooms, ruby Rio ?ara aasaat at Um mavalag session. Boase et tue par eui* appeared wi.eu tim .rouble became ki...wu, md led their ebildna to Priuelpal P. lt. Reen, wm waaia* struoted to punish these eaeadly. He did Bot span tao rod. line monier w.uite I ti. r boy IsBgBd every day for mo weeks Polleemen had to keep order m the Vicinity of the s. hon,house. One of Hie I,oldest of the rogulai pupil* wis I il.en ii, bind byitpoiiceinaiiai.d ha I Ho- iliei nilli-. .? eef a\ .ai_ to ihe Po.lue Manon or of ie;ni nini.- lo bia ci.i-s. Ula fainer hal an interview wi,,, b,ai .ind ic -le-ei ba, i. to his books. Much aiolte iiieul pri-v.iili-d an..ul thc s hoiil-liouso at the uoou III termiasioa. bat all tba pupils were eompelled by their parent* lu ii tm u to their OtaaaanMBM lu tlie afternoou. Bo farther trouble le eipeotad. ii was deuietl thai tho pupils of i'u'.iln; .-cu.ol .Nu. ii, in Uupout-st., SUUOk on Friday, warden Fora saocEssoa A 0H1HQI AT TH!: I'K.MTEXTIAKV, Loris i>. riinm-itr to bk aitoivtkd to-i>.t? QI'ALIFI* ATION8 K*)R TUB POSITION. An important ehaagB han Wn -kifiMo-l upon *>y the (ouiuliiloners of Charities and Correction, wuleb >?lll go Into effect to-day. John M. Ynx, for many >. ns warrion of tbo I'eiitteiitlary on BleakOalfa fllaol. *aa ilgnifled hi* intentlou to send m rils resignation to-alay. It will bo |.romptly iccepted and Louis D. pu.bary, for many years wsr.lea ^_.'"* Al****1** Penitentiary, will bo appointed In Ida piace. i no , _?._, _ - r.i?a_,.K. ""Missioners have for some time c.rulein plated this sontlngencs _. a ??_ ,. , .??? ________ ' Mr- IMsbury was recent y coramuideated raith on tho- ?_ .. . ' -# ,?, J**!u ne is a nun of Independent fortune, with ? talent for managing such institutions Inherited . ||U hil father and grandfather. both of whom acquire- fame as executive managers of penal Institu? tions. He resigned bis position itt the Albany Pennon* tlary several years ago, and has been lit lue In retlro nient In Albany since then. pfc ,,M l fondness for trusts of this charactT. ILt is, however, a man of sturaiy character an 1 a norn dls -iplmartsn. To this efTect OOSBflMSBBBBOC II. H. p .rt-r li-coursed last evonltig to iTnim \k rep.u v. w ,.,. .alia I upon him to verify the report tuat Mr. Pi shiny wno mcceed Wanlen loi. "We hope." continued Mr. Por Lt, "tint wo wo goiug to bring the institutions under our charge up to a high standard of credence. l'b.-t ate u.lei, Mtag to all persom who visit our etty, beta ihoum coming from our own country and those c.mg from abroad. Baldly a day BSSSaa on w:,i.li wo do not receive applioat ons fruin foreigner*, often men of great distinction for permission to vist tba mit! tuttou*. New-York has reason to be urou I of them. Is is important that a good man -the BOO! that weean la 1 - should he at Hie head af the pi-intentl .ry. M mb COB hi lone fur the inmates tty which their ooodllloa I B he improved and criminals can be in i te better at tnI 00 I of their terms than when they grot enter tbs pi ison. Larger acion.mutations aro nee,l,,t, ,t: 1 :,.,? tuitions should be Ut B separate locality from thal occu? pied by tho charitable laotltutl m. We karo, tborereeot puicliase.l Hiker's Island .-? ri.1 expect to erect theres penitentiary much larger tbaa tbat on Blackwell's Island. Weeoooot begin the work unru next y*mi, for fiie city is in nu coodltloo now to moke tho i t ipproprletloo. It will bare to be balli by tl.tty oe lill i city it stitiitton. It I* great I) ;..lsd, W< eve l.J.il) pri-oni-rs now and oliy -..i) celia la tho pris , SO tii.tt wo boro to double up aod fr.-.put,tn nat two prisoners In ti.e ian - cell, wbleb iitould rn t i_ .i >ne if lt I* pomible io avoid ii. As the etty grows crime gTOWB with lt ead Larger occommodatloiii ireurgentl iieadod. rae eonsus of tue Inmates of toa institution- ip;. . ?> tie eoBstantly obeui boo per oom ol tbe popul itiou ..f tho "it y. I'hc.-o .ir.- i..*i-u. inmates nott altogether lu Ibo vaiious buildings oodei our ehorgo. Wobav*. 1,000 aasros cf land at Islip, L. L, where roo > build cotta.e* r.,p rh,, harmless Insane. Oa I *.- '?? Island we bare a numbai of hospital pavilions lot . > SOd f'-uiale lOCC lanie* and pavilions tor in-: We aro bull.liny u twa-atorr brick pavilion thei thees im'i'itiiu.i.'es now, anawa aro shoal i-tnl a training Babool for ouraea for tba insane. I i ?? r desire to nave all ti.e Institolloni uu-Ior the bl - ) Kitti t.emcnt. ?? Wo deemed lt wi*,. to obtain the lervleoa e: Mr. Plliburjr. We beard that booobM he ladaoed to cotes Into active Ufo ones more, sad began negotiation i hlni amt Bueeeedod lu Iodating bim t<- o* opt Woora leuer-Ily unanimous in whal vie .1., in our Boai I an i w.? hope that the ooiion tomorrow will be uoaalmu i?. lu loch a Board there lOonld be very little or uo polities. I think Mr. Btennoo to-morrow will roto foe Mr. i'i -Inn > '?< appointment. Hu will aortalnl) lie sp pointo.i. Bo la tn the etty now arni I* al t... Wiudiof Hotel wita hi* wifo. wini will .iT? url, bin I I ? pott* Iteotlory. The worden's -i iry baa been |t,i si , oar. What wo will Hive MT. I':.-li.irv I cannot Ma", bill lt will bo more than tbat. He re* olved --..i ,,iai wolla .it ibo Albany Pemtootlary. Bewil sntor io tho duties of hla oin, I- oi Moy I "? We bore ?.!? au al > de nu ty o .tr.hui lu 1'horlea OaborB, wbo vt-iii be retained. No other changes ar.- pron '*?-.I in me pen ii an ti tty, ' A Tun I'M- rep.uta- ,-,. ,. 1 ,t tue '.>?:-? of ( "tutnls storer Brennen ias' ereolng. He aakedtol ?? ? ?- l 'r.uii -ai tug on] thing In regard to tba ? houga anni .ft. r tlc meeting to-day. Worden Fox, like Mr. Brennan, ls a member of the Tammany Hall organization. Hs n about sixty yeera old ood wes appointed la 1-7*. Mr. Brennan was opposed to I ta other Commissioners.wbo yeeterd.ij resolved to ;.?>.?-;- .... resignation aud appoint Ur. Pl ib .ty. MRS. GRAY OVERRUN ll ITU ORDERS. 'int: BOYCOTT still cv, mr BUSINESS BLOrBtSU* INO. One dozen tired nut] somewhat dispirited ngeute of the linkers' Uufon patrolled Ibo sitevtaikia front of Mrs. (.ray's bakery, at No. MM HadSOB Sta, yes? terday. Tiley evideurly wanted to go linnie, but a stern -enso of duty aud the necessity ot leading OMaaS com? fort IO a urinary " sandwich " tuan who boro the anterior and posterior announcement ?' Boycott (.ray's Hik.-ry' Kept thom at their post, i bey whiled away tho time hy Ustributlng hand bills, printed In Ln_ul*li and Herman. 'ailingapoaall"cluseaoead ladies" to boycott Drop mt:.|h; should tic.it hu laborers ina "moro hum.u.e mau? ler." Tba hand bills did not seem to have the desired effect, lowerer, oe there waa a Uoe of "ritisoos ai.,I ladies" ktandlug before Mrs Oroy*l counter all day, awaiting their tun, to bay boy sotted broad. Ostilae. on tue ildewalk, wore grouped a score oi two of bari, ls of Hour, ai ought to supply thc vacu nu pro mc .1 ny tba unusual rush of liii"t: eos, wbleb I'as rOSOlted from the BdTBttlBS mein of the boycott. This was why IBO WOOld-bOSe* itroyen of Bte. Hray s business lo.jgf.-d falls.1 sad i-i.nsctous ol the fact that theil t Hurts were a.l ..avmg an oppo.lto effect from thal gcMgnod sui desired. lu the back eeles Mrs. Cray sat BOUOtlng up lier Kohl Uko Ibo Klug of Hearts la bil COUOtlOg-hoasS. Iaitters of sy mpal.iy COU* taiiiing urders. willi live dollar hllu, weis St oe ked i BOT SOSka and Ihe little wouiiii was forced to .Klti.owU edge that shs couldn't half moot the demand ou her bak? ery. >ne had many letters fruin biisiu-ss men conialutiig money to he expended for bread fag hospita-1, Tlie.e showed that their sympathy was SlBSSM bOOeBOS they wouldn't allow their names to he pabllshod. OaOBSB* tauraut had sent au ordor for $100 worth of brea 1, she laid, and ali sorts of people were wrltiug to know if she euiia.1 conveniently supply them with cakes and pastry. Along In the afternoon a gentl-mati cot out "f hi* car? riage, came imo the shop oad said li* wooled a lu/eu giogereeepe lor hi* baby. .^-r*. < .ray put thora op ap* laapoetlOgly and then he droppe I a Pb gold piece ott th _ romner and would luke no cO^OgO. Thoalg iioii-uiuoo bakers in her employ say tua', men tmetOMBI is nulli Stoutly " liiiniaiiH" to sun Ihi-ui, and they show no de ?Ire to" leave her BStriOS or join tlie union. Tho ?tout [loliceman who parades up au-1 down lu front of ilia time to soo thal Uki delegate! and " sandwich" meu lon'l block tba thorouchfaro. says evoryiluug ls 'inlet, but lie wi.bes tlie whole lu i- was ov<r. Cl.arlei Crocker, of tire Boothera PaCltlc Bellroed Coin* patiy, hal written a letter lo M:*. dray cniig.atulating MT ou Ibo Hand sh" has taken, and laOIOBSd a eheOg for ."ui to enable hair lo couliuue the flgiitlng against tho joycott, -a i BEBBY GEOBOB THINK:* BIOHT BOVBB BBOUOBU A buist of music which wm sIbbbsI drow_s4 In applau*e greeled Henry (ieorge as he Hepped ou tho platform in Irving Hall last night to address tin- la err? ing men upon the etgbt-liour question. Ho was intro* laced hy James K. l_uiun, BhairSBBB of tboCOatial Labor Inion, who prefaced tho introduction with a few re? marks. Mr. George said : " 1 am glad to come h.-re to night to speak ;n favor of reducing tba beare of taber, wbleb is eaoof tim most promising eueotioas of tbe pteoeei day lam in f.tror uf tho elght-iiour p in, not hrcauso ll will produce fewer hours of labor, but a greater Introduction of capita, and a wider division of wealth. Men who work loo muctt have not tiiim t<> think, a-nl men who work all day cannot bo men of ln;?ll:i:etic--. Leisure in"ano absence from cue, when tho brain li,* tune and ls ir, condition lo think ami reSSOt How can there ne over-production wm.upltai ls lying Mle, Baeha-08 all stopped, warehouse! locsied with gooda, end tuon* .amis begging for work I Thereeanoet i,e uv.u pr-dea* iron until every WOOt W ...illili.-d. There neon i ut,-iii/_ four hours in Hu- day leight oro impure*! t-, real, toa now .pent in woik, and eopOOlOllg ?? IBIS Oliy >v a- IO ?0) much tune is eouauased '? ??""< and reiur:,m. from bUSllieaa, how muck Hmo I* tlu-ro left for I U14U IO im? prove his nut,u I v* ny do t..u BMRly ask for >?: tut ... ire for labor, why bo! ns, Bra feorl area eoe hosr'o worS nar day would beoaough : Think of tbs sgeuov ol pta* diictioai 1 Tnitik of the worili of man's m e., .-?:,.-.< | Tblok of mat iiiteiiigou-'o -mat sams intel Igooeo wiina seiula a uiesHaiie across the 00000- Isl! not capable el reducing tiie ti au:. of 11 tor so thal one i. mniclem fur a dav's work I Organisation ii good.and If the trodes Baleen stand together they win accomplish much. ?>tiil what do labor organization! mean I i'liey ui.-in organ* Izotlooo for war. aad "f Boob osaaoareo oe ora at buna streagtb aiatstupidity. Howmaoyolyoaowa i iy laadl None, and ti'yu mea portion of land von hive to pi/ for lr. and also io pay for tin* importation of BrtlClOg min this conni ry on which a Uno ls luipoied dud ,r lue pretence of pro toe-100." -?M) TELLING NEGROES TO I'SE DYNAMITE. BoSTOB, April 13 StPSoW).? A VeERJR WtttitiBE} of nenroei wai bel il in thu city last night to denounce UM minder of colored men in IlieCoint Hourn of Carroll* toil, Mia*. Illy Walker, a colored 1 iwyer. whom tieueral Butler a few yean ago nominated for J inigo of the * nai.eaiowu Muuicipil I'-iurt, preiidod. lu tuc course of bli Bpeeeh Walker advocaled the uso of dvu.tiij'.le by the negroes, and alteuipted to justify its use as the oulp means by vt Inch the colored people could boDo to proleol tliemiolvesagaiusi theoppresil.il of Hi* willie* al the Boutb. Hi* sau-uiuary haramuo wa* resolved with laud opploiios Jabe Beyle O'Bellly was one of tue iiieakeii. Ho wai warmly welcomed aud wai miro* duee.l a* a MOOOSOW to Wendell Phillipa lu biicl.auiploai ?b.p ol ibo lauri ot Ibo oppressed blacks.