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NEW-YORK, TUESDAY. MAY 3, I8W.-TWELVE PACKS. PRICE THREE CENTS. DEEMING FOUND GUILTY lilE .1G?? AUSO DECLARE THE MELBOURNE WIFE-MUEDEREU G? BE SANK. gLNir.WK OF DEATH HRONOCNcr.n Tin; pruostbr Aseuai ms ixxocehce and CKIXGfl a kaii.1V; ICCUBATIOX Melbourne. Mav t.?The trial of Frederick Bailey Dstmlag fur the murder o? hi.s wife wa- finished in the *entr??l Criada?] Court to-day. The jury return? 1 a verdict (if gnUty, and added that t!ie arinone! war* noi Insane. Sentence <>f dent h was then proaoaBjeed. Tat bat arttneai called on the ease being re ggsned this awing arae Dr. Springtborpe, who related Deaaalae'? esp?an.iti m ?>? the manner in which In- wive- bud disappeared. Deeming *ai?i that while he und his liai wife were living at BalahUl, near Liverpool. a man named Young had told him that hih iDeeming's write would leave bim fur Coa. He Mii I the raoaejr, and his wife left him. lie supposed that Young bad killed lier while be I Deeming was coming to Melbourne with hi- second wife Misa Mather . tur whose murder he is bow on trial. His second wife, Deeming gaid, confessed thai ?be wag already married, and she left htm In Melbourne, bfaauae filie wag afraid of beine Implicated in the murder of his Brat wife, Deeming is noted as ? liar, and, the abare is a fair specimen al his ability In that line. After the evidence was all In Deeming*s coun? sel appealed t<> the Jury to give the prisoner tlie benefit of any doubt that they muht entertain a*, to his Identity or itaanlty. The Crown Counael caattnded that there was noi g particle of evidence of the Insanity of the prisoner, and he sai I that the jury ought to disnuas all Mich nonsense from then ?inda. At this point Deeminf Interrupted the Crown Counsel. It was not the law, he sal I, but the pro*?, that wag trying him. if he could bring him? self to W'licve that he committed murder he would ] plead guilty, rather than aiibtuit to the gaze ol tin' people in the court?the ugliest raee he had evei ? seen. Some of the witnesses against him had de? liberately lied. Whatever he could soy would le disbelieved. His witnesses had been kept out ,if the way. People hud sworn to ageing bim whsm be had never *<?'"?? m his me. No time had i> en | allowed ?um to communicate with his wltne* Fngrild ?Uli India. It was not pleasant U> <? egg to disease, mental or otherwise; but lie ha de? termined to do s:>, in justice to himself and the Community. For weeks together iie liai M ere I lu[*vvs of memory. In hi? own mind he knew he Wut not guilty. Aa Kau u-s Emily M ?thei ha i lvcn big wife he had dealt with her as gen'y and as affectionately aa It la ? eaible for any nan to deal with a woman. The prisoner, continuing his remarks, sail : "I remember no Incident wbicb would lead to. this awful crime with which 1 am charged. I know that the people of Melbourne are s,, infuriated against me thai they would lynch me if ther hid the chance. That, however, would t?\ settle the Mueeiiuu i>1 my guilt or innocence. The ih I ni'-nl that the hods found in this city wag that of Emily Mathers is a lu- Mi one aaggfafl ia tie knowledge that Emily Mathers ;s ?live. The newspapers have ruined my life for evermore, li I wvr,? freed to-night,,] would arown rev:-dl. I have fought the blanks ?n the Zatabfei and have c:i< ouutered liong hinglchun led. I do not. fear death. I do not expect justice froti e.rlier the judge, the jury or thf public. Iurtend of tir? trial being postponed M a.s tu enable mj conns,?! to collect evidence showing my .nnccer.c?' of the? liorrihlei crime fir whidi I am heir..: tried tor mj life, it was fixed to ccc-.nr when t .* public was enraged against me." Deeming ndnntery orlti cis<d the evidence *nJ dxc turad. v***J> * verdict ot rolrty would lie th? greatest reretTo him. He f.iid that his use of assumed Rggggs wig a fad With him. After the verdict vaj? announced. Don i in: Bsk >d the .Indue to refrain from the usual ? sbollati m. Th? jedtre complied with the prieeiKt's wish, and claipfv announced 'he sentence Deroiinz com? posedly responded. 'Thank von. '' \Vh-n th?? sentet.ee of death lad l>een i>r > Douncecl, Deeuii?L' -did that aftT bin dearth Mu pul-lie would soon know hi? reni history. It was better that the law ?hould deal? ? him than that lie should destroy himself. H* wwuM only liu? to know that Miss Rsuneerdl believed hhn Inno c-nr. In a strong ? Ico he eantinii?d to raui'.'?? in a sin.:h'r strain fora long tin;?. Ile conili, led by swearing that he was gtaeeent. He spoh ? altogether for an hour, giving aa -i'-'ii of eesi*a1 on it nervouanei .. The judge's pwmminj up was stronarlj again*! the- prisoner. While Deeming w " sneaking the acene .vas a -,??,? ?,;,<?. Owtna to the fading of davh. t, ? sod candles hud to be lighted. 'Die verdict was given nl nearly '?> It w; - genemlly thoii hi that the trial would end to-dny; coneimuently tin? eouri roani 'vi? li' rail? racked with people. The annooaeement ,,: the ? 'ot w - .? ?????! arllh expr asini ? era! satisfaction, for po one believe? Mutt there ? a partiel? of d'it?? aa to I keeming'c guilt, not only of the m ir? 1er hire, h it of the crime:, courmittel at Rainhill, neai Liverpool. London, M j B.?Deeming can delay execution by an appeal fr.'i! t',.? verdict in the colonie?, which npi/eal art?! 1* beard by the Ih iichl ( ?.n-nit:.'??? oi tie Privy Com 11. If the judges ge oie t., the petition t< rei ear ?< further In itiirj Will oecar. The ?ast laitance ot th:? kind W88 the ease of the Canadian re vi. 1. ui? Riel griUJ TUB M VN" WHO HAD RBPR1EXD1B HIM. LSWgon. May i ffie ? ??? ? '-f lilc-liw a;??. .1,-Mi'V. '??? ror t.iia'. before Jastlee HawkhH to-dav. ?'..??:-? for the pMattl ? h-i thai lira. Men Blgslow ?as ?'.? ?rife of ? ? a who wa? formerly ronnecled atta the l'altea Wan Oovernment. Prior i" ???? Un Iknlawa lh?d In g hwae maoslon in Ootnwell Bo?? .mi gave u.a.a.' ?.ti e I rtalnmenta. Thet socasM Invatse gnanela! trouble* sad borrowed ??x> froai .teffr . ? ?? ii???,:, lant. who ?a one of the p?-t httlaoats .' ? . of tbe huaftv. The Bin ? ' sonai ?:d rtir ? were Bnallj ?Id bs bill "f ?''.'?. T'icir Meads rtvd enoas? saoDSf t,, enable then to tal;" a -mi ?t. and Mrs. Dtfstsw mpported the tamlrf at dr? ajpklnc. Jeffreys, who v.. - , , ?m? to ????v.r ?? '? ?. obtained a lodgment ..? ? t r? ? i?-?',,?... at? ?????'?? upon tin? fnrnltare ii the Hai. Action vas .ro'iclii agabHl Jeffrav? t?. :<<,:? ,??.?, iiire^ 1. rh ? luiv returned a verdict ? . favi r of tktj 'eteri, t. Mm, ' ?.? ,'?> i.nir.? DfnXT .-p? iiikm. Un son, Moj S. vi .. met log of v. rt'-??t,? I In thfat City 1; t nlgbl b'tt. e ;.-,,| f:-oni Let 'stun-, sud Mr. Balfour iayI ? thai the writ? ?- could not proarim lo reeetv? a deputotloa to Mt :tl tli? Ir claims for the "?!?<! ???????,-? ? ,,f a:, r hiy. ?r aw ?io read rron Vr. ( lei in M ? I,?? woiibi rarefally ? . hier ? he tatomeni ? of c .? ? ??.,,;.- ? nions1 ' oum II : bat he fiiat th.? <|i.e-tio:i ?at aot mi ripe, and be g exeaaad from a conversation from which a?? ooodd a? present he derived. After the ?', th?? .I :? gate pig?? he ? of ooti ' hip r.n a? \ OB?I ? Mi. (ila pripjyjci tini' It \,<: t M.-.l _?:.??<! io !.. waote lia-'o-l. Tin* ki:kn<"ii mink ??'??. ki.bctio!bj, *****, " ? ?_?.- ^r. bon???, ti,? ?'rime Ulnloter ?"* M -e of ti. ? interi ??, ;? : b1***??! h'? ?p'????1?t- of Hie ( o'.li.ei thag f? ???|??p?? of Mie imiiri? Ijiil ekcUOM abe? g contili ics-I I nr reuse lu tie? number of Ropubll eag candidai?-, ,??.?p ?<?. Tb?? opinion now i- that ont al ta? "Jft? tonn. ?? cUvN-d, th.? IP-pubHosna \.:!1 bave ?"?afortty lu loi. ?1?<? llcpubllcnns bave <*?"/seat In the Department of th?? North, with one ?JosaUuo. -.vi-nt,?.?!! l?fvolut binarles have b. ??"?* hi l?t- inien. 'Ill? KepubliClins bead the JhiI! ?t?Ottraift? The Ouiiservatlvo* ?ro next hii'I Uic ""???rale lu?l. 15A?0N KAVA |;?1G|;??<; TO WASHINGTON. *?*?? Mav J. baron Fava. the. Italian Minist??! to ?sattoited sfntes, h?s ,uirtcd on hi- way to Washing ???? "" will t"? a passt^icer on to?? ?teanishlp "wasgnni:,, which leavcH (Southampton on May 7. JOK f.NioN OP IMF. MABTTim PR ?VTJtCCS. Halifax, ?. .^ M|1> _, ?, ,h I!|(. N|MV ,,.., u.,(.k al|(1 *?* tcotiu Loglkiatue? bava passed resolutions af ??rhn-el''6 4eslruui!i,V of a union of the Maritime j*CT>Ts doing damage in eoimi AFRICA. g^*^011? M?r 2.-Advl(et, from South Africa show Sa bVfU,t* *"* ravaeln? l?e country. A swurm of * ?? ?Meets bix nuies ??a? rcccotlr D?a?ed over the region Deer liruiiii.r- Town. >'.p>? C luiv. They were flying ..-iiwnrfi. The niealle rmp in niP orange Free Mat? bai leen destroyed by the loraate. ? INI I.KF.D I) Y MKIMTKIMMNKW P?RATE* Ulbialtar. May ???? "?I''1"1'?11 wllng-vet*d bound fur Alhucema?, a C"';|11 totond forti???-- and prison Fettlement in t.e Mediterranean, belonging t ? epoln, ?Mie off t!i>? ?-<>*st "' M.'"? became becalmed and drifted atoreemrA Several piratea, aeetng ber cond? ti.;:. '. anted aid looted her. While the pirate? irero landing tli.-ir - Ml? I breei* - pi an ? ??. ?:?() the rap lain clapped <>? all *" ,'"1 ?ended for ihli port, wh?re he arrived itil? amrnlng. Thli liitpst ..iitrup.' committed bj the it ir piratea of Morocco "i fliaafcn ci ?? imi r. e noy be the lari atra? which i'i.ka Ik* earner* bock, n in- ocenrred : il.?? tin? -?? ig <?? ? prophetic warning t.. the F? Millan bT "?.? Heve I dU Mar..??' m |?, [,.,,? ?f April IS. The Tn .der pepcr reminded him thai it era? a ?? pericona ga if* n.'it to tait.? . ri. ?- meaaurea W> pre rent hi? ?I!? :ind fhtevtag ?object? ,,f the Rlflon rock? ft- in ?, ???: IV gJinoylng foreign commerce, especially ? ?,.,? of -.?:? . wheae ve? ehi are the mo*1 fminentlj -"??li almi? ?'?? gofthern coaal of Morocco. G? ; ? I in?.-hi t.nn Spain Ima generali) obtained Mtirfactlon from tin? Charit g* Injuries idrollar to it?? one now reported bj ""' dispatch from Gibraltar, und Ok Rpan <h on ? ko? ? G ?ken of Ihem in an Iroph ni lone, a? ? ,;,, ??., ???. galten were loo petty ?< personage to quarrel wf*h. ?III. Ihe repetition of Ibe.Ira .- . t ? ??,.? Ca-iil m flHj? mas end In firing Ibe KnnnNh bU> ? and .m? ?tag al-? a repetition ?if the vlctottoua Mi Doniteli agedJtlon of IrWO, The principal m Ut ?,, |?,??. mer Inaction of the Madrid liorernmeal ?? to be i?.':"1 evidently, In it- knowledge thai Ita Inter venUoa to Moeoceo, which li conridera a? deatlnet to belong "?.;?? da? to Hpalii, would open Ihe Moorl h ,,,,,.-tioi which concern, other European Power?. it ?? apM latelv thai Morocco em* Blaa ? ' li '? bum" ' ? Tartev, and it la eertain thai during Ihc ?a-! few pean rte ?urccwion lia- beep eager!* watched. Atan rate, the European Power* are already vying with one awother (?? aerare a ni.ua] footing In Marat co. Prance ley? rmlm ? > the Montava and Tonal regten? ? A\ au e*ta ' bed a cun faeton al Fe; Oermanv Ina obtained trade pr.vil ge?, nal the RriUah tm .r Intends to proci | ?? to the Interior to ea . I'likJ ta?re Ihe ?.r-t Pompeen contraiate. which anali r-ti ? foreign Bag, at Fei or Mequinez. M< ?pain ??atehe? ti. proceeding?, confident thai h ? ?.ill ?' fIk? flrai In Die re ??. thank* to ber fortn >? c to a ?i Malilla, who??? guna ?iir? adi command ;? mrt' ? of the Moorish territory. IN TDK ???G8? OP G???053. lABdon, May S. In the lloaae of Common* to-dnv Sir Bdward St u I ope, Secretary nf sta?., for War. eaJd ?'?' l?ad Inquired Into the ?totement* thai Ihe Con mm/,? draft of troops arai abroad In i-'i ?.,- the ?. ?angest ever aera; thai thoa* -<-.idl<r- bad written beane timi it wt? ??\??< t.??! thai ball ol them ?mild dl? : and thai thla expectation bad hem reattaed. Mr. Stanhope aald thai be bad fonnd those otatements erronee?*. Only ten of Ihe l.vt ?oldlen tent abroad had. died. II in ? l.a'.i.uci ..... aaked whether or not when Mm. Montagu, now aervtng ? one-year irat?ne* in ?' ? Umdonderry ptiv.n f,,r censing the d?:ith of i,??r ihrao-year-old daughter Helen, earn? mi "f prison, protection ??mild be Kecnred for her children. Mr, Madden, Attorney-General for Ir?!?,? d, r<~ii?:uif-l that he w?.s glad l? . ili.it Mr. tAOoncher? did not "'\?><?0 any chin:!:'' In the OovemmeW until af?? r April, ? 03, ?a!..? Mm. Montagn'i ajntence would ??xplre, If Mr. labonchece would r^i'^-it ?l? qaextlnn then the apeaker would be glad t-. answer him. ? Attorney-Ueneral'a re*pon?e tmuaed laughter, ? AMERICAN CATHOLIC SCHOOLi London, May 3.- TbeTJbme correapondea? of "Ta* Chronlclo" aays: "The Pope ha- confirmed] tlif d?v etifoB of the Propaganda In faTor of Um Pian udvo cated by Arrhniahop Ireland, <>f aDowtng American Catholic -riiiMii- ?. be taught t.v State Irailioia. mi piinis insti ucci ?? befog given aft'-r acaoof lionrt.. the object Niiiie to relieve Oathollea of ih*? bnrdra of Ibe rxnciise of aoyauat? aObooi?.* BU QVttUl AND TUB I'mU.NVK OF W.\1,K*>. ?:<?"!?. May "J.- Queen Victoria und I*iinee.Hs Doanto* *tjHtd the nian-<i]i?u!:i In ? > < nn .t.v'.t. lo<iay onil pkaoad aioatlai on Urn tomi. <.f prlnceaa Alio*. Tbey .??????? ward ata ? ltd lor England. Emperor William all? eWt Quera Victoria In Augnai lie will arrive ?it ?.??.* ou the Imperial yacht HohentoUern <>n .\ugn-t I, London, M.?? t.- rhe Prinoa and Prince* or Walea retorned to London ??-day, alter thett viali t?? Cap Martin in Um toath of Prance. They .-i>"nt jreater lay in l'art-. _ _ SMW-BSGL?SD QUARRIES IDLE, WORKMEN OO "N RKfKE IX MWY 1*1. ? : - MORE PAT INN FMORTER HOURS WA! :il?. Qnlncy, Maaa., May 2. Work wa? au j.led In ail tin Qnlncy quarrte? today. Tin? price IM agreed upon '?ij'. I, l-.'1?, tictween Ihe qjUMrynten ":?,? bmuju factaren having <.\|>n?-d April 30, ?-??-, and ? ? tal faetory aettlomenl In i-*r* r-ri ? ? ? io ti:'? amount to be paid t'.?? men (rum May I, IHOS, ha* lag been arrived al by !.? u ? bodle . p wa vited by the quair; p ?? ? pend \\".??? unii! May 4, On thai day, il no agtla factory ' t. I? agreed in, the Irtkt ?in begin in '"ir neat. The demand Bml mad?? by ti"? mra w?> for -'? cent* an hour foi average mon, agnliM 31 ceni an boar, whMh bai b"-n ili price up to the Brat ..? thl month, ,-itM? nil- demand ??,?- made the executivi c ?mmltteei of ? lUi bodli ? have met, and Um rommlttec of the qoarrymeti agreed ti reduce ti? noni rato for Um averag ? man t?? Xi rent?, Thl, ile? rnanufmtnr ra would not iwjree <?>? The committee* bave noi met alnce, hat H i thought that ila-y ??ill get together be fore Wednesday, May ?. and that Urn whole affair will be -'?tt-i. At pieaenl ihere are Btw memhera In the Quart ? ?. ??'- im p In lid? efty. n/oroeater, m.-i- .. May j. Thla morning it;e maj^:?? rotten In the empOj of G.?.??? ? Co. qnll ?or!? on ? demand for nloi !?????- ? <i:i\ and eight boon .?ii Satur lay. Mr. Evan olter? to oonceae the aemand, beffre rtlnf Jen? l. nod tin.? ????? ?ill eonaMer it. Aajmgta, Mc, Mty ?. Aboni |O0 qnarrymen em ployed by the UaUowell (inulte Company atrnch ti.lR morning. The men ay that the company wanted tieni t> make ? price Hat on January l, but they r? fn-.-?i and B?d( a li*?1 for May i. of tins ihr? company has Uahcfl. do potlce. Gluuceater, Ma?*., May -.?'ihr? general -.trili-? of ? catte:* i" the (api? Ann qaarrtea, which bju ; .,., anticipated for ?ome Urne, wat Innugnreted to-day. t?,? workmen at Bochporl and Pigeon Oove have joined to Um rtrlhe and oon 8,000 mon rrere kMe. ? ; ? | demaud S . rente an h ?r end pine h ?m?-, loitead Of 1? II. Xew-llnven, ConnH ^'|V -'? Five handred quarry in'ii and ?taiecuttera employed In the qnarriea al KtOIIJ l'i''i aii'l I.'?' ?'"> 'I. ii.I \?(;nt QUI '.? *t:llvC to dttV liecnuso ?li>-*:" ti? matul for en Incpro .? ?? 1 <?.??? an lain ?n?. not acceded t'i bj Ihe qoarry-owners, The men were receding -- ctH, an horn?. They al ?> u'iMt.??! p leditcthn one horn on ?uiurdav?. ?iirre VI . Mnj -? All pnvln^ cutter, at (iratilte ? ,'.,. ? thl? morning for an Incrraac ol wagea. ., . .. . , |i.. cutter a?? 'in at work, but bave n<> ..',', ..i,V.-:,'t ?im t!l'- d?niera, a strila? or kxkotri I. expe? ? -d Mr.n. The Knight? of i^"<r. throng? Dl-.t::.t Aaaembly .,, ,, .,, ,jm, have begun ti ili-'ht here which it . (?,,, Wi| w|)| !,i of great ni ? tam ? t.. ibe 1,5?) .;..,',,,,. ,.llt,,.;? who wen "locked out" ?nun Ute , iia ||f) ?, m.. . irhaoetli and Nea llampahlre ye d- ? The flgHl here wnm begun b? Uie Paver?' and iNone '.',.'.,flier?' unione, a%ich are directed by WIIMam Me ? . |(; ? ?, ? AaaemtHy 40. The>e ani?n? bave ? ^.H'v.",' ,, .IXl. ordera lo refaae t.. bandi? puvtn? low which ajmoi Into thl? oft? frr,m the t|uarrlea !!.,. M?. -lorhont" ocenrred. rwo boata were ?U, op- ycaterdiiy, one m Thirty right* t. aod Rmf ,. G? ?nid ?mothef l? *? ***? B'.ver. ?ded ?Uh gavhHM??" frcm' ?? *.,u^u Eighteen boata, loaded with ?mvlng-hloc??, '!1".'???^-ted' Ui ?n*w !" N>vvV,,rU ,0<Ji,v? :,n*1 ""|? win r.tnai ? untoamhed. if themj boat* an flooded by nontmlon men, Mm PavmV mi,,, ??in , , lav ili^ atonea. Thus work on new pave ' .m ..tv mal i"' ? ^??"?<^???? for acveral in? nt.s in thl- ? ?'} ?" ? **?\* said h, ?r. M,N:..r to* kd|M that Ik? ,? L-ioin who ii-.v.? bonghi Mam? navi,,, block. luiln" the term? Ol Uirlr OOMltaCtl ?,.?, the ""' ^rt, .pcetflcaUon? In the eootraet. arovM? that ,1;v? ' ! ?,,?? be from ? to i? lachea Ione f??.?2 ? '",;. ,,, ? ?, .t .- -Id. a,,? ? loche, lg ^y ^?2??r?Z eSteacT. ,,y uni..? - tomi. '?""-;,,,(, a prominent Knight of I La..or, -furiilsi, bonds JajaJJM believed to have thrown him over in a body, Mr. Dillon declares bla belief In Mr. Gladstone's "?' cerity. They all do that. Rat Irei ind, If, aa Mr. Depew would any, she ?, u? shake oit ber retters, must be abb- to e\t,,rt her freedom from an unwilling Minister and an nnwUling House of Common?. Then? is much k"a>o in that view. Bui if Ireland is t,, ,i,, that, the Irish most now begin, say* Mr. Dillon, to stop shoring each other. lb? sppealcd to all of them, and to Mr. Ifealy in particular, not to say anything offensive about anybody on any >.r the other aides. He had heal I from Ameri ? on this Mibject. He knew that American supplies bad been stopped. It was -the unhappy, scenes which had taken place, and the violence of language which had been need, which had stopped tin-m " And again? "One thing Which had paicr ! him ? Oie than w rds could t II was that within the last eighteen months three fourths el the energy, time and money ol the Irisb people have bei-n spent In lighting cub other." Is it not indeed ? thetio? It becomes more pathetic still when yon see how it Is met Mi Redmond spoke at Drogheria two dava later, and began his speech by confessing that he eould not disguise his contempi for Mr. Itili?', l'a ausili inimity ? Mr. Dillon, who, If you believe Mr. Redmond, bad l?een "flouted, Insulted, pulled by the nose in the face ol the Irish people by Mr. Heals." Mr. Redmond for Ins part, declined to promote union by rllahonor, humiliation, untruth, and political blackguardism. Mr. O'Connor at Liver pool had held out the olive-branch, and Mr Dillon, if you believe Mr. Redmond, hai privateli il 'el.nel himself eager to accept It. ? n ??. Heal'? .said BO, and ao 11: public Mr. Dtllon Was silent Mr. Ile.iiy spoke the same day In Dublin, and scouted the idea of compromise or reconciliation, He would never, be declared, even recognise the existence ol ? second National party, which he called a pestilential national evil. Cork has been making an appeal to America. Th.? PnmelUtea of I lie city held a meeting on Sun? day to demand an amnesty for the dynamiter? - for the Irisb dynamitera, noi the French. The Mayor presided, and the meeting resolved thai the Irish now immured iti RngHah jails fur political offence? dynamite is a politic d offence - " are being slowly and callously .loin? to death." Cork de mauds their Immediate release. Then comes the American appeal, Cora recognises " the great po? litical power of our exiled countrymen in America." Some of the d.filainiters are. tho\ aa) . ?p??t?? in .it. Itene Wherefore, "in view of the forthcoming Presidential election," the exiled Irish in America are Invited to brin.' th" cause <.f these men proml ncnth before the candidates and ;.?> t all th.? sip port the\ .an inward their relesse. "It e the doty of every Irishman t" keep up a war between England ani Ireland," said Mr. Carew, ? G "There would never have been Home Rule movemenl bul for the Fenian : ment," sail Mr William Redmond, M. P. The English Inarehhrts, Mowbray and Nlcholl, an? but a weak Imitation ' l their French friends, being content with incHing other people to vio? lence. The other people are wail ;_ are whal happens to th.? incitera. Roth ha e ''ecu mitted f?>r trial, but Mowbi ,. la at in lei out on hail. Mr. William Morris, the Social ist-poet, .,r poet-Socialist, was bis iir-i bail, The less advanced friends "i Mea rs Morii? and Mowbray have completed their arrangementa for a great, labor demonstratlofl to-mono w m Hyde Park. Nobody thinks <?? Interfering with it Hie police will kep the street!? and step the tralb?' and protect the platforms, should they t ???? I pro tection Ppepaiat ' ? differ ill kind. Ain-t, .?( Anarchists oantlaae. The gsjthari aJes everywhere hope for the liest, bui nobody li? quite sire what will happen The Labor party seem on ill termg with Mr Oladstone, who baa male sacrine?? to them, bnf not, in their opinion, eneriflcei enoogh. Mr Gladstone's phraor, that he kept an ..pen mind on the eight-hours question, is bitterly rememh ??? l sgainat him. Mr. Alderman 1??? Tillett, ol the London Docks and the London Count; Council, ami the London Trades Council, has rebuked bint with exceeding plainness ol speech, "Mr ttlad stone'* open mind," snya this champion of the mangea, "is an open sewer." Xehhei the masser nor the ajanara approve of this atyle of oratory. Mr. Proud.?'- new volume of essaya takes it title from th.? Brat one, the Spanish Story of the Armada; anexcelleni piece of work The Spanish archiven have confirmed the gtory as it was known from the other side. Th?i prove aven nvic strongly that the Spaniards wer.? beaten, sot lij the weather, bul bj hard fighting and good seaman? ship ami generalship Tins Mr Fronde brings out with his wonted picturesque force. For the iot,t, the book; is one "t a miscellaneous charac? ter, like the abort studies of the aame author, and attractive throughout. The two .biet pi, ture exhibition? of the year in London have now bien seen, tin? New Gallery and the Poyal Academj having both opened their door? lo what IK called a Private view. due general conclusion from both la that thai is not a good reni t"r British ait. <? w. s. THF. IM I 1.1? STATO! WH IHK URI ?G.? ?! ? ?. 1. m.?,m, April :;<>. - ? li" s-tiitniHi^f " Maenoi tyre , ,,? pondenl a] ? " ^ member of the f?overnm?n1 ha- sarared m.? Unsi no ? ??? >i in- been or la llkclj to be mule for au albau.e between th.? fulled Mate? sad Are. un a. li?? a!, ? authorises me I,, .oiitraillcl tie? |"?''??. thai a - ?? ret ag.meal exists whereby Uruguay gu?ranteos to prova* ??. naval itepnt fo- the Ainii. in Navy. Th- vi-lt of Ha? Americas sa A lo Rweno Arre? ara pareti a display "f International courtesy, and lu'd no political object. The lulled slate- has Invited mu?.a- -ait'i Ane-ru an ResubUcs, Including Argentina, lo establish ,i commercial league? ? c!l casaal of the propo ? ? about to take phnc In the ATgeatlM Con,':, LORO RAXDOLPH OX TIIR LABOR QtTWTIO!*. London. April 80.?Lord Rallentati rAarenffl has l-iifsi a aaaatfesto hi whleii be seta forth Ms attitude ,,n tii- labor question, a poinl which ha- hitherto been andeelded. The nmnlfe lo Is In Ike ton? >f a letter of a c?ndatele f"r a seal In the Boa.f Com ?KM . Cord Randolph -ii-mgl?. supp?ts Ktg raabng of labor, Which, he says, ?- in ? poshJon to l- K??iat<? for il-If and UOl to BROW laud and connu??!?''? ?,, legislate ,.,.? ii. Henceforth, Iba msntfoste rontlnnes, labor will be Independ?m ot all political partie,, and the latter niii-t red gnlw Hiis fact. , m ? LACR WORKfl M'.Ai: ?.???,'???a? BURRED. l.omion, April :n>. The Aagto-eVolts mill- gad bass bsetorios, near Rotttoghasa, have ?.? Sswtroyed oy gre. All th.? rshmbte ausralnery waa rubasi lag lo? smoan? ?? ???,???. ?orici ror.vo is res vnu aikWUx unss. I'lilla.lelphbi, April Ml.- The bogy of the BlXHl an,I hast ..f th?? BMmeeri of ti'?? " Davll'a AacUoa" Company who loot their ?ve? lu the Orarmi rbeatrc tin? on Wednesday nicht oraa lecoveied tabi siorntng from ii?. ralas, au the slember? >>f ihe company are bow accounted for. By u*? aghi al ball s ?? zen etootrte lamp the work af srairhlnp for the d^ad WSJ prOBO? rated all last night At 1 o'clock the |?*1\? of Thorn is Lorella, th?? gymnast, was found, it was dreadfully burned, and win Identified onlv bv a pair Of rubicr ?oled shoes on the feet. At 1:30 another bogy was found; reropnlied as the body of the roang Italian danseuse. Veaoanelnn Chtttsn. Directly beyond the pr sreaiurn arch, and beneath what was the p&runet circle, three bodies lying clos? nasata?* were found. ? 'ut Off by the Maines from the ,..\it- in the rear, the Hue.? unfortunates luid evidently trie I to niik,? th'lr .si'npc by way of the fronl. were ovenonio by tiie sin ,;.,? an.I I'll Insensible. The;, mere Idcntlged U us?se of William U Break?, the hading man ?f tag eompaay; Miss rTsnenoa Conrees, tac juvenile lady, and M?-s Sarah oosJaaaa, a rarypfeee, Me had two being ?- idem- of Chicago. ?if ? lie eight people dangerously burned, who are in th Wl .III' li?,.I l", ",*.' ?*?..-?-.j . .?, ?,||>, hi?- ,|| in? hospitals, four arc omewhat better ibi- morning, but ths otln-r f iti- aro In a critical ?judlUou und may dio bl gap titii'.?. THE VENGEANCE OF A MOB* ? NEGJtO TAKEN FROM JAIL IN* NASHVILLE AND HANGED. V ?TIGHT ATTACK FRUSTRATED BT TIIF. snrr.ITT AXD B0VER50B BUCflAXAR'fl PERMUTAI 1 ? FORTS \ ?. ?. ?,nu ATTEMPT Ml BIS WO BJ BI-TAXCE. Nashville, ?'???:,,., April 30.?The citizens of Goo 1 k-tfevilk?, near thla elty, are not contented t<> i>?-r mii the brutal assault perpetrated by two negroea on two help] a* young women near that little ?? ''-?? Thursday night to Im? expiated with thr hanging ol onlj one ol the brutea. A desperate attempt made by a mob of 800 men last night to open tite jail m tins city and secure " Eph" Grizzard, the otlici negro Implicated in the crime, wns fruatrated by the watchfulness of the aherifl end tin? personal efforts of Governor Buchanan. At 10 o'clock an unuaually lar^e nambei of met? fr. in the country were in the city. Hi?? Jailer, Wilson, *ent for Sheriff Hill, who ar ,n'??' about 12:ia a. m. ?- the dock struck ? two significant whistles were beard, At 1:03 a loud yell aas heard from up the ."tret. Two or three hundred mea were acen Coming. Chief C'Uck Immediately detailed all bis available men to come to the jail. As BOOB SB the hem] of the nioh reached the jail gate ?m Imperative ring of the bell sounded, but admittance \\.;> refuaed. The lock of the gate was broken. The crowd then .sur-.?,I in. One unni ha.I a rujie in bifl hand, another a sledge '?"?mer. Kherifl Hill ??a- t..| I that the crowd wauted to set at least one of those negroea. - I , ui't let vu,? have any <>r Uiem," nid the Sheritr. " Vft 11, Hill, we don'l want lo hurt you, hut we will have that negro." "I ask von uni t., take him," gsid th-? Sheritr. "if yon won't give him to us, there ?? a way we em i.et him: we will break the door down. W'? Shall have to get 1 ,nl- f,, .].> it with, lint ltV only a question <.f lime." The man with a hammer then began to hatter on ti..? outside 'loor t.. the cell. The blow? made ??> more impnaaion than if they were beating with a sand-bag, ami al 1 ::;n the men urew tired of their work. Tie jail officers stood 01 walked about, but the jailer waa conapl.mal' ahgent, and it is thought he had ile key? m ?.?- pos?t ssiort. It waa tin- common opinion thai the policemen could have scattered the rrowd in two minutes. At ?.? o'clock th- doom ?. ere abut and the jail '.?.is quiet. \t ? : I.', Governor Buch ?? in a' ?! \ ljutant-Gen? eral Norman, who lia.I i? en awakened, made tlMlr way into the jaii. The Uovernor mounted the ktepa and called the mob to order. II?? wa* unable to make himself heard, and le then pressed Id? way int.. the the excited throng an,und the door. li.? attempted t?. apeak boi hi- voice wa? drowned. I .? Governo] said: "I promise you that the law aliali be vindicated." 'ih.? lau i- t,?, ?low. \\'.? ??",.'t wait. We must i ave Epli <.n// ird t . night." *> Gent I men," said the Governor, "there is non?? . , ? t., ? indicai ? the law than I. I pled ?? you mj w u I that juatice ?hall be don*." ? in ????? ..? the Governor wen . ?clem ? man with s crowlmr arrived. It was applied to the Iron do?.r and liali ? doses men /rasped it <;.>?? ernor Buchanan seized the crowbar and by mam itrcuRth held II ba ? for ? moment^ but waa over? powered. II? then retired Into soother room. ??.? ?,di was not ?ucceaaful, however. At -':-?"? a was reinforced, and began battering with axes, . at? ? he ?? III ? than itou ? Arm an I beat them back With dubs. Then ? riiot ?.?.;?- lire I fr.iiii without This was returned by the officers. ?.ic m ai '?? wa* hurt, though several ghota ? the . Intlie? "f officers, A man named ? I, Guthrie cam?' to the door awl aaid he was Wounded and wanted to Ik- taken in. He WM admitted, lie lad ?.? ?hol throngh the left lung, lie Hi rered until n o'clock tin? morning wh< ? be died. ? .? Governor then appealed to the crowd to u.,\ ?? them hia word be would >.? ? that ?nan?? waa given nut. A> it wa? growing rari} the m?.?. .h, id.? I t.. depart, but not until tliey :,..,.??.,. ? thi :i Intention of returning and ham.ni* ,,t least .me ?I the prisonera. When asked if the ;i ? t .. \ would !?? i"?.or.? or after ihe trial m the prisoner? ',??. -ml they would not answer that, ?, h that' ?!?.?\ wo il?l - in !y hai -? Bph sooner or Intrr. During the tiring, Charlea Bern was skm snot, lit? wound is serious. To-day however, the work ol the moti was more successful. U '-' o'clock they ;?K?^-mM|.>.| ,,? the -inai??. They marched t., the ?ail, and niKirentlj without Interference on the part of the ..Hi,eis secured Ihe negro "Kph" firtzzard, put a rt.ue around hi? neck and started in ? northeast .n;.. lion with him. ... . , II,,? I mi ,? I Kph Grizzard at the real end of the bridge aerosa the Cumberland Biver In the henrl n| the city, alter which t!?ej riidle.l Ins ? ody with bullets. A MURDERER CAUGHT AT LABT. ?ns MONTHS AOO ni. Kii.i.iu ? MAS WHO \\ ,| |,;. gOT GO "II ,.\ \ STRIKE. Char? ? Reilly, who ktUed a man In Ihli city nearly ten month- ago, i- u priaoncT at Pohei lleadiiuarters There wn? ? strike of laborer. In the wood-yard at ????!???,? ??, and Eighteenth t. on June 15, IMI, and Kein? au the l? ad< r la It. m> home at tiiat Urne \?a? at ??.. 4*2*1 I'.a ? Twenty-ninth -t. ?mly one man employed In the yard refused to J otn Ib Um ?trtke. He ??a- John ?-?:!?, an old man who had been at work there Mveral year?. RelUj and William O'XeUl, of .v.?. .M?'. K.i t lift ????iti, t., ??em la? ?? inf.? the yard iifier the oiler workmen had g?. oat, and tried to Indue? Kelly to Join them. ? ? peed mj wmp and lam going te keep at work,** ?.?!1\ Mid. Retti] |,iike<i no a ptece of ?? - .1 and strack getty on iti?? head with It. Kelly*? ikall wa? fractured and ha fen to the ground mnaelei . Retlly und O'Xetll ,.?,,, away. Kollj v-' carried t> Bellevae Hospital. ?a??p?,? he <l e.| m foilv ,lL-l,t lioiir-. having ll\.-?l Ioni" enough to tell the narae of hi* a? ulani. Poe month* the pol.ought for ReUI) In vain. HI? friends kept Mm in biding In the > it y for a time and then be went t.. Liverpool ..,, a cattle -team??,. Then lie went I? London. A few month? ago be returned to the rlty Im, waa iifrnlrt to ?tav bete, and fOOIld empio? meut In :? ?.????????? In Troy, N. V. Last week the police haul he bad letauucd to ins fon,,, r kannte, and carlj on Friday momlng ??? ??? fonai ?.? Detective McCafferty, ,.f the Centra] ofsce, In il,.? boase No, 4:ir. Weri Twenty lifti, -?. Belli) had hired a furnUhed room in thai hon** ami he wa? fa-t asleep In bed when the ofneer entered th<> room. \\ ?..-? ? be wa? awakened he allowed Bght, bul am* roared Into rabmhtalon ?n the maasle of ? revolver. A knife and a rasar wem found in hi- pocket? when he ?a- ?ear, ?,el at th.? Detective Inoreaa. ill- arrest wa? kept Me rei until ? aterday, when O'NriJI wa* kicked up on a rhargo ,.f being an ace.ry t> the murder ..r ?,-???. o'Xclll ?- a rullimi, known among bla oasoctatea a- "Rod" O'lfeill. Retlly |a thirty? tin.o fear* olii, ami im- -erred one term of ton ?ems in i-ini: .-in; I'll on ? ,r felonbm? a -null. ||,. ?\||i |,c arraigned ni the Jefferson Market l'olir.. Court today on ih?? clmr,."'? of murder. igMORT /i/r.i.- ?iaxwD :nr tt?: Qovjstxo*. Alhaoy, April 30.?Gotrernor Flower ha- -l^ned: Chapter "W3?ReapproprUtlag .t-.^'x-. f r the roa -trurtlotl of the .1 ? in??-1...? ii ?t ite Annoi). Chapter ??'?? -Amending the act providing i?r Um construction of an armory f..r the 13th Regiment of Brooklyn, bj provtdlnf that ih?? entire cost ihaU noe exceed WW0.0OO. CkaptM 3M Appropriating 930,000 for the com. pi. ;ion of ih? armory ol the :.?:? K-giment ?if Lreoslyn. Chapter ????rteepproprlaMn? an saexpanded bal? ance of S?O.ooo for t?? ? erwtlon of an armory for the Idtb Beglraent of Brooklyn. < l.npi^r 307? ReapproprlsUng t3s.000 ami appropri Btin^ 115,000 for the < ic'llon ,.f the I th ? sfato Armory. f?hnpter 3P-?Appropriating $7,G.?? for the comple? tion of the Oeaev* >tato Armory. lanxo ? gaTf tktai ion Atitr. roncort. N. ii.. April :,?>.- Maaars. Rsrteigh ""rt Art,m-, of l'hinoiitii. r<uiii-ci f.u Um murderer, pi auk ?'. ??????, have lied a petition lu Um OrafteM county Bupieme Cuart tor another trial on '?"' groand ,,f newly alseawassd sTMhsiio AiSay sill ta lates t? I ivinoiilh. ahfl Will ta ?p.-ciit at the hernia* SB r?esday next. The ground* upon width th* BPfffi u?U'JU i* huatsj nix unUiiowii. THE FAHQUHAH BILL Sid SED. 00V. FLOWEB REGISTEBS THE WILL OF TAMMANY'S ? >~-Ks. ???? EXCISE mu,, tur freedom of worship BIM, AMI THE RK.Vl'l'i'KTliiNMF.NT BILL also APPROVED BT THEOOVERXOR. Albany, April no.?The Governor to-day tiled a memorandum with Assembly bU] NO. I,t9t, known as the New-York Election Inspectera bill, vri\in-? his reasons far signing it. In the cuirs.? of it lie says : 'Hi - I ill accomplishes the div-irohl?? object of rrakltiz th?? election in? r,,r Mew-Tort CIS/ labaamttaUy natterai, a- regards hsapeetora ot elections, with UiM prevailing else, where la lbs si.-n,.. except in 'h? elttes .,f New-York aad Brooklyn, The la? ?verystbete provide?, tith t by ap. ??>?ntiii'iic or bv election, i..r three laanectara >?' eleottaa in each election district, tiro .,( whom ihaU belong to tha majority party und aaa lo the minority party. In N.-w-Yoik City there are tour liecflon Inspectors, two nf wheat belang to mm party aad tws to the other. The law for the maahidai ol the Bast? ha- ? ilstid tot BMay ggan iad causes no opposition. If It Is * good law for the rest of the BtSte it oinrht to a L'eo'l Isw for ttew.Tork ClO/? Tr"' Minority party la Rew-Tork I* gtvta oouai teprcMatatloa in bosrte of elcettoa Inspector?, while outelde of New. Voik and Brooklyn Ih? minority partv has only one-third She representation allowed t.. th? majority party. The pr.-s, n'. ayaten ot Boards of Blecttoa insi>eetors in Kew.york Blreetlj encourage? a? evil which has beesaw j- notorio?? m It la aeaadsloas. .vt every election In Kew-York :it abish roderai ofiteera are rhooca las polls ar<? ?i.anii'-d I ? IfnMod .sutes Deputy Marshal?, win,, a?, SbS InsltralltS of Um K.-Ueral Bupsrvtaof of Elections, fot Hi" SUTBOee of iioliti.-al inllnildation. make wholesale tiranta ?,[ laaoeeat persona oSeriag to \.,te, compel then to (.'iv? i?n af so ? ?.ulto* Street Je?, .m I thus, in most ca.e,, effectually dcailve them of Un? privilege ,,r voting. it i-, perhaps, aJgmaeaal of th.? insincerity ?>f muh ti the opposition to this BMasnr? Out ti,?? perseas who are most \. h"ii entlv inciti'.' lie t? withhold my Signature fimi? the bill an? the ,<anie panons ?ho have for years d.f, n I .1 th?? application of the Mine, principle In the ItgBflstlos aSectiag the retnelader of W'C btato, und only a short Hato ?go wera loudly erging the enaeticent by t'onjre*. of a fur..? bill Wfcleh ?olid pia??.? thousand) of Fedc.-el deputy marshals :it our |e.|l -. aiel praeticall] tike a\ - troni UM Mata th? pawst to renassi her u?n electloar.. in a 'it.? lika ? w-York, ??,, ? cha ??:>?? Hon districts ire Munii und the population compact, it i? un ,??v matter to rarity Um real1?/ list. Hut in addlMoa ?,, wie safssjuaid afforded by UM ?v?t? m of personal Stglatnttea thec< ais> 4;.,,,;. arSVt? ?? Ibt --'iiinc an eeeUMtt ,??????. Th?? law preaeriboa Um form of th" bjliot cid tlw manner if counting, provide? fot watchers, and Impoaoe other requirements whi.ii anka eorrapttas well alsh baoaaeibte The nui??? fu.t that eteeti ? Insi.tors an- <ti\i<i,d sually mi ?CUI th?? tw.> LT'flt parth -. ai!'!- not an loti to the honesty at Um ?? ettoaa ii ?a? In a as?called sen parti ta Board of Bo pet visors that the Tweed Rasa hud it? oriel? and b> ten Its t lunder. The other bills signed by the Governor are the following : Chapter BO*, ancudini a,-t to Incorporate the New? Vork Building and Improvement Company. I hipter S00, the Freedom ?( Wo -hip Mil. . h ipt ? 807, the ?; portion? ol Chapter SOS), the CaosUtutioasl ? .invention bill. ? heptaf BBS), In rOUMJaa t?, taSsMe tran-fcr? of property. II siitet K)t, Um ? ? tse Mil. Chapter to.. Um Druegtet?1 Raslae MIL ? ir.pt. r lOt, the ?i ppl ' ,. m ,-v Berts? MIL Chanter 001. the Ri amend ? inaty Exelea bill. SOCIALIST-PARADES ASH MEBTIAG8, Bl ; Dl ?"\-tG.?t?": ?, \ rui.r.iN?; The Baal sai. aad the I at rxioN cQL'vr.r.-riir. IN Hit.;i,vx. West Md?? were pretty thor ouphlj drained Of their male Socialist population li-t en Blag. About 7.<*iO Socialists, representln* the Central Labor l-Vd?-ration snd the Badal Labor party, march.si to G???? ripiare to hold their annual labor daaaoaatration, At 7 o'clock the sskssas SSSneaMng (he Danta] 1|?1?????? Trsdcs assembled. In Huts??? s.piiire. Besides tho p????? and boys who Joined the i trade. Issisi rada of mesen ?uni children wero in tan , rowd. There sraa reass^etnate confusion, whi.b mndo necessary the Interferone? of the pottos. When tho parade -turnst, about 5,000 were in line. They marched through several tide streets t.> Bocead ana., and thence to bevent.th st. and L'nlon Bojeare, .?. ni.>.shein wus tas DmrshaL Abolit lifiv trades unions were in the parade. The Fur riitt.r-' G????? inarched from C-G, flowery and the Pur Ratiera1 und Pur operators' l'niona marched frotn No. M Hast Fourth -t. to the Ka-st -side Laber Lyceum, ?it No. -j.'> East Fourth: -'., where they were Joined by th" Sortali?! Labor party and several cagar. makers' anione, German musical, dramatic and social , tuba, Waiter-' t'nlon?, the swi-- Embroidery L'aloe and llranch Ko. "i:? "f ih?? United Brotherhood ol Carpen tere, if ? the Labor Lyceum they mar. Led to Lafay? ette Place, Rtghtn-s! , Foarth-ave, and theme to Cnton Square. The West Md>? tjoeiaUsta met al tho West si.1? labor bv.,uni, ut No. 349 West Foriy-iccond-at., and marched down FJghthave. to 8eventeentu-et, ani theme t,. ? nion Bqnara, nhere the ipeechmaklng be? gan ,,t - o'clock. iplaia McLOURhlin, of the Twenty ni ut ll I'rceinct. ?aa there srith thrtss sergeants snd Bfty potrotmen. Th?? crowd completely tilled eeventeenth-eL from ttroadwoj to Fon th av.?. nao an me walks near tlu speakers' stand-, bul it was remarkably orderly, aad th.? servirai of the notice were not required. Lucien Canini presided. The speakers were George K. Lloyd, ,i. Be Leon, II, Olynn, M. Frans, il. Baleas? and Thomas Doyle. They spoke la favor <>t the Im uedhtte adoption of th?? righi hour working day. Resolution* were adopted favorirne many reforms. Th.? Central Labor t'nlon . f lliookiyn, had ?? parade with -ev.-ral thousand men In line la-t evening from th?? Lutai Lycenm, at Myrtle-nve. and Myrtle-et.. to Fort i.reeii" l'arU. Speeches were mad,? in English, Uerman, liebre? ani Itslhm bl rheodora G. runo, .laines withers, Charles Matches, Andrew Mayer, J. Frani and Mhers, ? STATE iMirusiTY IX FLAME? run Fir.i iNTi sjlUPTfl an imatecr ri.vv -,.?G. I.lVIs M VY BR LOUT. Mil,neap, Ii-, April 30. Tho main huildinc of tho -nu?? Cnlveretty is on Bre. An amateur play wa. In progres? In the chapel. It Is ? h yet known Whether say lives are. lost. STREBE lin: l/.r/-r BsU/JBVRfi sTOtsTRB; New Beaterg, April 30 rBperial). wlQhun rtradtari, lbs arii-f. who dbst Ihi.- Week, ?i- a n.uivc <f Pair haven, and f,?r many years I,a4 hi- sludio in an old and weather-stained bullssng, which now ataasai tl.ere close ?,. Um ?atee'? islp?. Prom Its windows can bs had a inairultlcent view of liu/./ai-l's Hay. the RHtaheth Island? and 'he harbor, where raaseJa of all dmcrfp. lions aro constantly i>;;sslnp to snd fr* It ?as In ? Vf studio thai so.ee of Mr. BiadgWa Bhest wor? as? ?*.? ruted. The Refsgbneaas of this Coagreealenal district tm-o chosen Walter ClUtord, of this elty, and Dr. John II. viit'oit. of Kail River, ss repreesutaltve? to the n.i tlonal ?'.inventbra. They ais- iiniiistructod. j.v ?BBBBl PINI Tin: BED fUN'o* iMlWt, ?-bury Park. N. .1.. April ??.-Mlss Usate Karren. win. l- employed In tho family of Miliari! F. OotnweR, and who was attacked by a man <m Thursday ni^ht. Is still alive, but BaCOSaKtOUS. Dr. Held tayi that no operation will b?? perfornieil upon hor sknll. PoBCS ?'llicer Stiyker grreetsd ? colored man natnei Cooper, about '? o'clock thU afternoon, upon suspicion of beiti? conccined In the muisleroUs ass;tult upon Miti FarrelL 0ooger*s eolorsi laaathtart, ?usie (iriham. ha- saeerted that Miss lairell scr.anie I after the tlrst b)o? was >!nu".t. Cooper, WBOn oatSeOMd by Prose? enter laine, could not account for his moveaients on Thin-lay nluht. He ha* served a ten venr barm In th.^ Re? Jersey -tate Prison for robbery, and was rslsaaad just before Christinas, slnrc then he has been em ployed by Dr. Ocorga P. MarMen. Prosecutor lv:n* has ordered OBteera to anvst siisi? Graham. Coopor U locked up In a cell with an otlicer. x nfy.rofff rocrif ? nffiHirinfiN. fitamfTd, Conn., April 30.?D. C. Ssyer, proprietor of a M.nni laundry, T\ns driving near Strawberry IHU itii. sAeraeea, when ? yeasag man, about Staate??, lamped late llie WgfOn and aYaRral hbn out. pre-,m ???? ? Stilai at his li ad. Bayer ftot out and tho itrsngar drove off. Dr. H. 1?. i;eib, ?|??? hous?? was sear, gava abase arila Bayer and the thief was over? haul,si ami leaned ever la sheriff Baaster, Tim prisoner gava hja name as Frank Tcihom, of No. 4M Wc-t Twcntv tifili st., Row-York, Me hud pawn tickets and dime novel, lu Ids pocket, but refuse?* to talk, | SONS OF PATRIOT SIRES. A BRILLIANT DINNER AT DELMOMCO \S. tPEBCBEi RETORE THF. BOMS ny tiif. AMERICA* ?EVOLUER? I Y MR. DEYEW, GKXERAL. ?ORACI POETE?, C. a. Dana ANO ?VT ri rus. The delegates to the National Congress of the Society of the Sosi* Of the American Revolution Blosed their third annual meetin- with a dinner at DehUOnieo'e last evening, whieh proved to Is? a imn-i. eojoyable oeosetoa of tc-tivjty. Motwitaa? Standing the toils of the ?lay's long sessione at the C.n-ress, every ?liner ?.-.?niel to babble over from the start with patri' ti?;,, ami ?t? ...1 humor, ready to apprec?ate the excellent speeches to whieh they listened, tilled as they nere with the '?h?hest American sentiments. It wa- a eluracter istic tratherinir, which did n..t need the ftOUlintia' Ootom of the .Stars and St ri jx?s which btttkg from the balcony, the only decoration of the ?pacione dining-hall, to remind those present that it asaj made up of men in whose veine Bowed the blood of the Son? of Lab* erty. Tim BOSvenir of ihe dinner was a handsomely nVstgned menu neatly engraved with the had^'e of the society, llSSUWHwli with it.? motto, " Liliertus et Patria.-' < haiiiiecy M. Dgpfssr SfUJ?V?l. and Im wa? in Us happioM vein. On the speakers' platform with him were some of the lie.st-known supporter? of American sentiment in the country. Seated at the presiding sfResr*s rieht, were e.yMiovernor Simon B. Buckner, of Kentucky, the Confeflerate (ieneml who gar? up hi? -word to Cenerai tirant at Fort Donelaon m 1862, and in 1885 wag a pall-liearer at his funeral and a sincere mourner at his ?rave; Charles A. Dana, cx-tiovernor Henry C. Hohinson, of Connecticut, Bishop (li'iiey, of Illinois, the i.'iiaplain-<iencral ; the. Rev. Dr. John W. Ilrown. the rector of St. Thomas's Church of thus city, ?md (?cnernl A. W. Greely. fbraaerly head of t!,e Signal Bet y ice of the i'nited States. On Mr. Depew's left were General Horace Porter, who yesierday bseaggsj tiu' l'resident-l?encrai of the National Society; Thoeaaa F. Bayard, of Delaware, betiretary of Mate under President Cleveland: K. S. Barrett, the president of the sfassmihssrHs Society: Charles IL Dcnnison, of California, an I Cenerai O. O. Howard.' SOME OF THOSE PRESENT. At the six lone fahles which ran seNSS the rooni there were? William Wirt Henry, of Richmond, Vi., a lineal descendant of Patr?ele Henry; Jon ath .? 1mmbull, of Connecticut, lineally dcticeridcd from WsshingtOU'a immortal " Brother Jona? than" ; ex-Governor Dilliugbsm, ol Vermont; ex-Governor Robert 8. *<.a, of New Jersey; Lu. ins Robinson, o? Connecticut; ev-Con liUBBIIIBII John S. Wi-e, formerly of Yir^iuia; Bishop Wortbington; T. S. Peek, of Vermont; II. I'.. Ledyard, president, of the Mie.usan Central Railroad Company; General James W. Bnsted? General ?. C. King, Buchanan Win? tl.rop, Daniel Worden, Francis Korhav, Alfred ?. Brush. D.niel T. Wood, Lieutenant Clarence i?. Edwards, G. S. ?.. Cen? erai F. c. Buiteriield, John ??. Stirin. t liarles F. Sands, B. 1). Brown, ex-Governor Stewart, John Woo,11.iid.->, of Chicago; ?. Howard Cl.'.rk, of Wasbingtaa City; Colonel M. M. Parker ay.d Captain C. B. Sears, of the District of Columbia; ?I. G. Wo<xlward ami Joseph M. llubbard, of < onnecticiit ; Auiisa If. Laton, of Rhode Island; DuneuuT. Bacon, of Indiana; t?corw P. Barton, of Ohieauo; Q, C Cilnioj-e. ol .New-Hamp-hire: F.. J. Hill, of Connecticut; J din E. JJewiti, of Maine; licori;?' How loin, William L. Bull, Georg? ?. djs For est, Till/lliaaIII Fish, Juilia II. Keaii, (?encrai John C. iiohinson, Edssand C. Staniou, Hart Lyniau, Gardiner Shearnian, K. L. Winthrop. jr.. Ballarti Smith, Henry 6. Barrage, Dr. Jam'?? M Flint?, G S. ?.. Henry Hal. Clarence Carey; Alliert B. ChsMadler, Borace J. Morse and William ?. Crumbie, of Vermont; C.lonel William R. Cnllith, Ih?. J. D. l?chait, ( < lotici Henry Bnmsay, ani Lieutenant .1. C. Cresap, G. >.. N., of Maryland; W. W. Bailey, of NeW-Hsaspsbire; Henry Sherman Boute?, of niinoU; W. a. ?. Walnwrigbt, of Connecticut! Charle? M. lireen, Richard F Barrett and Robert A. Blood, of Massach ?sete?; Fr ink li. CarsweD snd Andrew J. Woodman, of Delaware; 11. Casswell, of Delaware; John J. Ilnbbell Ge ?rge \ Babey an i J. C. Pnsspelly, ?>f Sow-Jersey; Ethan Allea, ex-Judge W. If, Arnoux, J, <.?. A lams, Edasnasl !.. Baylies, C. C. Baldwin, John C. Calhoun. E. I\ r.me, J. c. Cutler, J. v..in en Cutler, Captain J. W. Dillenlack, I'. S. ? ; Paul Dana, Hornee c. Du Nal, Cenerai Ferdinand 1'. EarfcaJ Lieutenant A. s. Greene, I'? >. -Y. Hugh l?. Carden, W. S. Rossiter, Charles ?. Hojt, Ldward Ussmssaa Hail. Captain B. L. Hoxie, C. S. V, Captain H. W. HubbclL V. S. ?.. Theolore F. Jackson. John S. King, Walter S. toga?, Leander N. Lovell, .). Lawrence? McKeevor. Charles W. Morris, Junes <?ti?., .lohn IL. Prall, ?. ?. Botter. ?. D. Randolph. RoiirM ?. Roose? velt. Samuel Spencer, John 11. Mann. Donald ?, l'ottcey, Beth E. l'aomaa, George VanderbUt?, P. Egerton Webb, <. Creighton Webb, Stephe? \1 Wright. ?,,??t? S. Williams and Benjassii Wood. UB. DEFEW8 OPENING BPEECH. When the various courts ?>f the dinner had lieen linished ami the smoke of fragrant ei^nre liejrau to curl sbore the heads of the mendiera and their quests, Mr. Depew tupped for order. His appearance ss usual was. greeted with eordlsl apple war II?? said m part: it Is une of tb* happy cotidiiloiw of tilia patrlotlo organization thai It botda It? aaulveraar* mnrdssj ai -??,,, place sud ai -.n." tun?? trhtch recall a nw lorlc ?-vein COUneCted with the orltiln of the itime? li,?. rii? ronventton beai here to-day ?- keM in tao place nmi upon tin? anniversary of the luaueuratlosj of (?.-org.? Wa-lil.i.'l.'U. tie? tir-t IV -nient of the United *tat,?-. Pemosthene? gave a. a rvb) >? -n*. <?.-- In oratory, "action, action, action." that rule conadtutes the principie of ancient clvtnsattoa. it . inii.Hiu- m?? ht?** thai ti?? orator or the aotdlor rulee Um State. Pem??athenea g??vcrned tin? democra<*) of Allieti-, ami Caeaar, tin? turbulent faCtlOB* "f Uoia?. The ??ini" wa? trae lu all awdtaeval and saast ?? modern Matory, bat tin- demand ?>? ou?? tini,? n - organise, orgardsa, orgeat*?." Meda* and clectitetty have compelled th.? onunlmUOU ,,f ?iipluil to e.irry on buatuem enterprlae? aud of uboring .I'tto'iits to protect ihcm- -iv ?-. AU trrrr-netit?. rellgloaa, charitable, poUtieat, edm Ulmtal ,,r ?octal? ??re dependent apoa aome kind of , irporate strength to give uaem their peemanencj aad power. l'ir? Individual .?-- a i> ?tentlal force in?- been ab-wrbad in th?? ma-. Ih.? ivoluiton of lie American aettle? ,,,. m ?- one of Ih- moal int. reati"^ -ti: G ?.. \t Srst It Is a p..pul.lion which 1- Lent oil ear..? a gVtng and accuring a home. Then com,?? n,.? ,,.n. araaad wl.irli rentre* and In ?Aliteli originate? cv rj Inteee**) and every s-evefaaat, it u arara than a pises f'C rellgtou* worship. 1'her?? all autters i? rtalt lug t > the neighborhood ar,? <!i ,'u--ci. tin- roung people steel and fail in love; Ibera they are married, ami free* tue;?? they are buried. In a very law aud a verv full s?Mi"?e, ?ml a perfectly proper on.?, it Is the tint) of the town. Then come the charitable orsanUsttons ins societies ; and Anally patriotic ones wh,.-e oli? teci it ?* to take <-?ir of aaembera ami promote social Influence-?. Then com? the DhalMsporesB aad ?M*awa> im: Bocieties; and hnally pan ioti?? one- whose ob? jects are t) develop 1cmat ksstori sud lo staay tin o.ipin ami growth of theii eoootrias. In iho-e aeaaaf the sens of the American Revolution oxpr--s th ? late?? development of the highe-t type of American ctviiUe Hon. (Applauso.) ..... This patriotic movemmt R.vr?. ns the Nafion.il anthem at the clos?? of the theatre. It will ultimately unfurl to the winl the Natlon.il Bug above every Mboo^-homUJ In the lnnd; and Ihe vounc, inaiilrinp mind will lfsiR In the star* nrcm that flng th" hl-tory of hi- ciiintry. (Appianaci White we ar? th? m.'M nnlver?ally edn eatcd pei-nlc m Ike world, we Know le-t In proportion to anv other nation about the htsto-y of the worthlea of th* Revolutlonnry War. I have known a faahloo nhle lad? who could repent the names and pedhrrec* of fho*e contained In Hurk??'* Rr1tl?h Peeraae. but who did not know whether I?:uel Pat turn fell off a tight rope nt Niagara FaBa or was shot at Bunker filli. (Langhter.) It I? refreihlng. however. occsalonaOv to m?-et *lth a tvi>e of fn-h ?nable life auch as the Yankee rrlrl at Woolwich Arsenal, In EiiR-liind, who, when a nrttlsh ofttcer pointed to some eaaaoa and -.?id. ?? we took them fror.i vour cramCathe?? nt Ranker Hill.? aidd. "I -uppo-e you did, but 1 SMUSU we have kesjt ???? hill." (l.niighier and BBpBteaav) Mr. I>epew clo-,?? hi- i-emurl.? with an elo?iuen| npp"i?l that In every public park in the land (liera should be erected ? statue representing Um CouS> Cea?aaed oa Saveath l'ago,