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NEW-YORK, THURSDAY, .'FEBRUARY l>. |s!M.-TWKLVK PACKS.
PRICE THREE CENTO
IMPORTANT ARREST IN PARISA
TAl'I* BERNARD, AUTHOR OP MANY
fir. FA 9 Kif TO HAVE PLANNER THE ATTACK
OK <;in: :..?!. CAMPO-*. AND THE i.vc kim
THEATRE EXl'LOaiON an ACCOMPLICE
OF VA1LLANT AND THE SHEL
. ?: ? iF RAVACH" IL
parla, Pcb. ii The Anarchists of this city
mart astounded to-day by the aires) of Paul
Bernard, ons of the chiefs who exe i "ed su?
preme-* Influence ante np the vartoug Anarchist
Bern.'.*-*! han several times been condemned
fat I"""* ?? ?- : ' murdi r, ars *n and pillage. His j
laics; conviction was i:i November, 1890, when
ho fled to Bar etona. In lhat city he organised
a party and ? he Xeres oonsp racy, which
frau 1 in foin Anarchistic being garroted. He I
*v?s irrested ? -. thc charge of being ? mcerned
la ?'; ispiracy, but, as proof wai lacking, ,
fie si aped ? mVlctlon. He was, however, de- ;
tallied in prison a! Cadis for eighteen months, ?
while the ;';?'- were seeking lo conned him |
With ihe ; n He th >n returned i* Barcelona. ;
ile vis ih.* principal deviser of th.- attack :
with a bomb on General Martinet Cuni.,.--, for
walch Pallas was shot, and he als., arranged
las mirage ai thc Lyceum Theatre In Barcelona.
When arrested to-day he wag carrying a
garord-csne. i.??;;.?>?.- "rom Vaillanl were found
In his ;? -- asl >n, whl *h, ll I* stated, prov, that
Ben;.,: 1 wis concern, l In the recent outrage
In th** Chamber of Deputies. Ii is ,ils.> aald
that after Ute Chamblea murder, for which
Rsvacho! was executed, Bernard gave shelter
lo Ravschol. lt is said thai aa he I* a Prench
wtAB he cannot be * xtradlted I i Spain to an?
swer for his crimea In thal ?? >untry.
Bernard left Barcelona the morning afre:- tho
Lyceum Theatre outrage and ame i * Parla
TIIE BOMB-THROWER'S STORY.
HIS REAL NAME Nev BRETON, BUT
fiin SON OF A COLONEL I ?!' THE COMMUNE WHO
WAS OXt'F. CONDEMNED TO DEATH, AND
A GRADUATE OF THE SORBONNE Iii:
Ifl RAID TO HAVE BEEN IN
Tans. Fab. M.?After considerable trouble the
pohec have Anally established the Identity of
the man wh i threw the bomb In the cart of the
HAtel Terminus on M mday ni*.:1;!. The author!*
t>s believed thal the name LA>n Bret n given
by th- man when he waa arrest! i waa false, and
Inquiries to establish hil Identity were made In
every direction, lt was ascertained thal his real
r.ame is Emile Henry He was born of Pren h
parents in Barcelona, Bpaln, on Septembei ZO,
l-*72. He recently lived In London, where the
pallOS knew hi:r. to be an An;.r<*hist. Th>* Eng*
li.'fc police .vcr.- aware that he left London on
January is and came to Paris, where he has
eir. o Hired.
Detective Houllller having stated yesterday
that he believed ihe bomb-thrower had arrived
la Parla from London, insj?- ; ,r Duehatel caused
inquiries to he mart" In that city regarding the
srisoner. ('"nala Information was convey! l I ?
Mm, and to-day he confront! l the prisoner with
the faots in his possession. In response to th<
persistent quesii-inlng Of the Inspector lie ac?
knowledged that his rca! name was Emile Henry.
Henry sai<! that he waa one of four .\n i: *h|stn
rho had parted in London In January because
Ihey were shadowed there by Frei b pol
r.*n. He then came to Parla He added thai
he had i.e.". a clerk, and thal in? father wa?c
dead. He denied thal ho hail any acoompl
i :,!sinK th.- exp! - . al the Hfltel Termlmis.
Th<* jvit"'? believe, however, that ih-* three
Anarchists sp'.,;* a of by bim were his ..
It has been learned th,-:! Henry lived In Var*
genies from l^vi t*, ls'.'.', and afterward rc * I
Avignon fra sh,Mt time. He weni to London
inmediately aftc r the explosi, n In the Rue des
U bi Enfants. While questioning th.- prisom r
Inspector Ducbatel waa playing picquet srlth
) Henry's moth-r is believed I i be living In
Cbs envli ns rf Paris. The pria mer has done no
work for a year. He waa formerly employed i>\
? i "ii[)*.,,r and ns a traveller by ? fu
CTNICAL TALX OF ll!.-- CRIME.
Henry to] l M. Lepli e, the Prefc of P ? -
thal Vail;..ni'- a . waa tn Infantile one. lb*
h-ul ns. i only naiis i:i the bomb thrown In the
Chambei of Deputies. Slugs were better f..r
demolishing Ihe bourgeoisie. Th- prisoner then
t lld ol' h'.w he had thrown bia bomb, saying that
he held lt o;i his kn*'* while he was Ugh tl
fuse attache.1 to it He waa aurprlsed 'ii" the
explosion bad caused so :it:i*- damage, and laid
that his bomb was badly made or the fuse wai
lefectlve. He deplored the meagreness of the
Meets produ ed bj Ihe explosion, and ipoke of ,
?o affair Ir. a ??;? ni" Ll :.-, ,:
This afte "? ion Hem was for a ime time In the ,
ablnet of Judge Me - i ninlng magis?
trate. Judge afeyei bopeg to obtain a complete
confession from him bj Satin ly.
Police Commissary Bernard examined Ihe
n irds al nv Borb nne lo-da> and found
thn.t Henry '*v:ts graduated lhere iii the
Department of Sciences:, after winning a
Btate scholsrshii*. Henry's fainer was a colonel
Of Um ? m ?*. was coi dc mned to death, and
was forced lo flee for hli life ii--- went to
Spain wini his wife and died there. His arlfc
i ad to Prance with h.*r two sons, Emile
and Portun-e, and made b> r home In Brevannes,
ulm teen i liles from Pai is. Bbs still keens a little i
grocery atore In lhal village. Her neighbor* j
kh>- thal Emile was ? QuieL well*behavi i boj
?fhen al home, Portui* was regarded as the
unruly and reckless member of the family. Il**
i >w gervlng a ihree-years' term In Clairvaux
Prison for Inciting t<> murder.
Kmlle Henry's last ph ??- ot residence In Paris,
????? far as .the police can ascertain, were Bingle
I'd Ki r.s.-. i -fi the Place < ?? la R*publlque, and In
the Roe VT,n. While In thia cit) Emile studied
?I Irituallsm with ape-rial Interest. Besides work?
ing Industriously lr ibe physical sciences, he?
re.,, i widely In French literature, Two years
a*, he gave up manual labor to devote much < f
his iii,).- to writing for Anarchist journals in
which he publish *d al one time s defence of the
propaganda of the deed.
l.o\>; i N'n:i' POUCH nCRVCILLANCR
sine.- Brana's boyhood the police have i.n
w-o.it hmK him on ace mit of hla association with
->aaarchlsta, and when he lani hf' Bravannea ici
go to London be barely eaeaped arrant He
was arrested In Parla Immediately after Rava
ch"i blew na tbs Catt V*#ry, bul waa released
afi.-r two .lays' detention because no proof
spains! bim could be obtained,
After a short sojourn in London he wenl I i
?pain, where h. fell ir, love With i rich widow.
FY m ber be aecured money lo pny his expensea
whij.- he travelled aboul preaching Anarchism.
He ls said to have been In America within tin*
last six or seven months, and to have been im?
prisoned there for a short tim.- owing ta his
violent speeches ..r disorderly conduct.
Henry waa last employed In Parts by If. Du
puy, a decorative aculptor, in the Rue de Roe*
roy. M. Dupuy said to the I'nlted I'ress c ,r
"Henry earned 17'. francs S month when be
was with me. He wns a good workman, and I
never had the *iight?*t reason to complain <>f
him. He left me WlthOUl notice*, and I leam 1
afterward that the police were after him be
aause h<* had delivered I vi'.lent oration con?
cerning the explosion In the Hue des Hons Rn*
fants. He rl|.| this on the very niKht when the
?His s.rtet before the caf* In the H<Hcl Ter
mino-: |g gun crowded thia evening with curioua
men and women.
A dispatch from Brussels states tba! Inspe -
tor Jaune, of the Paris police, has made two
?J"1"8*1" in that city in coi nectl in with the ex*
P'oMon. Me was watching at the Postofl.ce In
urusselg for a person who would call for a let?
er addressed to a woman In that city. To-day
In',' woman to whom the letter was addressed
called for ii and the Inspector al once took her
ana a companion Into custody. Ii la rumored
?nat M. Raynal, ih.- Minister of the Interior,
haa decided thal many persona auspected of be
,n* active or passive Anarchlsta shall be ar
;'"??? "1. The authorities will henceforth hurry
ihe trials of Anarchlsta
A bomb was found thia morning In the door?
way of thc- Banque do la Bocl-et-i c;--.,.--,-,].. [.
J? now in th.* banda of the police, wh.. are hav?
ing ita contents examined.
WAR ON THE PEERSDECLA RED
BIB william VERNON HARCOURT
BPEAK9 AT PORTSMOUTH.
STRONG DENUNCIATION OF THE LORDS, TEM?
PORAL AND SPIRITUAL -REHOL'.TION9 OF
-. HE NATIONAL LIBERAL FEDERATION
London, Peb. 14. The conference of the Na?
il mal Llb ral Pederatl m closed to-daj In Ports- j
mouth with n great public meeting. More than
B.OO0 persons were present The principal speech
was made by Blr William Vern in Har un.
the Chancellor of Ihe Exchequer, Ile was
chei red re :?? ate liv.
"Ii has n, ver been more needful." he ? lld, "that
Liberals should stand ah tulder to ah mid. :*. The
party la about to enter a gr ea I atruggle
whl h ll will Anally emerge victorious. I- ', thi
Natlon'a w III to be co itrolled by the repre
aentatlvea * :' the people or by a chamber rep
ri enting nothing but a selfish class? I especial!) ,
regret ihe recent actlona of the Bishops. 'Prop
'!'!.? ! Pr 'j rly" has been tbe chanl '. the Lords
r ? : ral, snd 'Amen' ins been the response of
the l. rda Spiritual, l. rd Sallabury has thrown
down thc gage of battle, The Government will
not ahrlnk from the -on-Met. lt is thc busin. -
I. rats t > c mvlncc th.* Lorda thai
poople will i: : allow them longer to override the
;??* .plc'? aili."
Thia declaratl 'ii of uar upon the !'??? n wai
applaud) *i and cheer* I tumultuou
One "f th** resolutl na ad >pted by the Pedera?
tl n declared that the Hou.I Lords, bj Ita
habitual disregard of the- National will, hal ;?? -
? ime ar uni irablc abuse, md assured the Min*
Istry if the enthusiastic auppori of the Federa
n any mc asure the '? ivernment maj a lopl
to secure t* the House of Commong paramount
authoi i-v in the State ,
Oil ri - lutiona were i:i favor of the one i
one-vote aystem, reform ??:' ?:>?? re
the payment of members of the House of Com?
mons, th.- holding ??:' al] Parliamentary electl ma
- game day md di eel popular control of
-The Earl of Dudley, who ? ';* ?? I the c ntra ??
Ing-oul amendmenl of ih-- Kmpl yera' Liability
bill In the House of Lords, In apeaklng In Crewe
this evening, referred to the change which the
House * f Comm ns, i n the i 101 in of 11 i r
o,bl>, made last evening in thia amendment. Ii
would be ? ul of the que all >n, he aald, thal I
Ho -? >f Lords sh uld rec gnlz an amendmenl
ca ratal bj a majorttj of only two.
?"The Dally Chronicle" nays: "To argue with
the Lorda as though thej had a title : * di isa
theli dalma with the Comm ?n? ls to a Imli I
rlgh-e, ??! existence Thal ::';h:. how*.
: m-.-* be ? lei ted, The lime haa i -.- ?-. th
? Lord Salisbury and th. A rc hr.
bury, lo cleanse the Constitution of this mon*
stroua here li:.ny adhc
"Th.- Dally News" sa-,-- "pjr William Har
curi's assurance In his Portsmouth anec h ll lal
the Qovernmenl will not endure the did
of th.- House of Lords fulls aatlsfled hla audi
ence It will also satlsfj the Uberala through
mn the country, lt la the Peers' own faulL
They have made tnemselvrs Imposslb
NEW STEAMSHIP LINKS PROM MONTREAL
THREE MORE COMPANIES TO I.NOArtE I '*.' THE
?| RANA vri.AN'i li TRADE I RI V 1 ll ' I "OW '
M iBtreal, Peb ll?ft la ai ? I
more line* ..r *;?? im. i ? ti iva . ??
menu i ? ? ame to thia port nexl ? . - * . The
non line Will i ii', a wc ? -? ...
et ween Liver] ind M
? , ? on the route st nra
ny ?,:i " ?*-.-?? ' ?' - -"' ?'?
*.-..,;..- - ? ' ? '
?: I i ,*. I ' :.Kl ii, . '?
*; ? ind May :x re ,
ire ,1. calling at i'hi ii -
|-,**s ! . !:..*. . *
? ii* ? ??*. ,? p .ric ind M . ll
the n *.*i:*l of Tradi hat th. Wh ???
Bl r Line .- ' mal l< i Ina tl ildllty ol
- ? ???in,.-rs i Inls .
T: ? : ? .-? . ? ? : .
? -.. I ? , have warranted the
In mal nts I I their an
THE KEARSARGETS MEN r-OMhNG in "MK
THE, ' '. ? IN 1 ' Kin IV v', l'i:- "W "'? *' ?
T'> NE ?' '? ORK i-K, I'AIliNcl i - "Il A
? i ? RT "I INQ1 IRY
... Pe b. 1 < The P !. M il
Para, s I I wan i harterc >
?: ? ? ? ? i , iak< cres I K
from Roncad ir Reel end brim " ? ? ' '
; for New-York thia afternoon i
si:- t..i- ..;. i. .ard th oft. lera an I crew ??' the Keai
aarge, ai! *,'' whom ure In j I h.
Washington, F b li Bun a i ??"
Department ar*- air idy preparing far "
.*. I .. !, .*..,: !??? app .Int, l ??-. her >ffl
ai I crew .,r thc k- ir ra rge arrh ? v-York II
conceded ti..-ii Ihe !?: ime
ter viii affect m nome degree the Mandli
ntftn r who wa ivlgai ? thc v< ?e| ,*, hen n ??
-?: I: Konra lol Ile ? r. an I the Bun i ; of K iulp
m. t. foreseeing ti. il the . , ? i; ? ' un
p.i-v. ?> aa i ,:..- nometera may he railed li ?
l in haa been Investigating the i * - record an.l
reliability ..: the Instruments which srere d. Iven I
: . th,- Near aa rge al the Brooklyn Navy Vard In
Novembel lam, before ihe ulled for Ila ll, and
bas found thai Ihej wn* equal to the beal .*-?*! In
the \.i. ? lt ll fm * ie r ;? ,.. Ie I u il lhal thc
gbted the sin;. c*> reach several p ts aafely, and
thal if the n n i-lgatoi kn. sr the late I li nstru
menta at Port-au-Prince and tat th - - ?
left there, tin- Instruments cannot be re
for the eoursa -: the ship In striking lloncador
PLOTTING TO FREE POLAND.
A WIDESPREAD . < >\'"!*!!:a<".' ALLEGE*. TO
HAVE REEN DISCOVERED Bf
I ol.l'i: OK WARSAW.
Warsaw, Feb. 14.?The ix-li.-e here assert thst
Ikey have discovered an ex ten Ive * insplra y, the
,,,,,, i .,r which wsa -.,, neenre il,** freedon of Po?
land. The conspirators sri aald lo Includi Nlhlllsta
aa well aa persona nol uausll) affiliating with them
M wc arresta have been made, A moi m those In
custody are thc .-..n:,. editorial atsffa of two nen -
papers published here and many 1'atholl. pries)
The atlpend of Bishop Kullnskl haa been iuependi-1
The conspiracy la -.,, i ni have extended to man
other placea in Poland. Al Klelce a police visit
was ma le to the se mlnary and college there, which
resulted In the aeisure "f .-> large number "f pam
phlets calling upon the youth of Poland to rli and
;,,.- their I'ountrj from Kuaalun oppression.
KILLED KV LUM*: AND BTORM.
LA ROS LOM "?*' LIKE REPORTED IN MANT
PARTS u' OERMANY.
Berlin, Peb. M Tbs hurricane which awepi ovei
ih.- n irlhern perl "f Germany haa caused a large
losa ,,r Hf". Bis llahlng-boata belonging to lllnde*
ron. a small rlllags on tba Baltic Bea, srere lost in
th.- atorm, snd twenty-two nun were drowned,
Eighty craft of various di moil ns were sunk
Uiver Elbe Advice* from Altona, on the Elbe, a
?oort i,r-,.i*>"*- '"?? 'W Hamburg, .ll eleven
para .ns we*-** drowned there,
Kiah) foresters were hilled in c,,.. woods , . ,r
Zlegenort. in Pomerania, by treei blown down i,
A ilispati-h from Passel atste* thal .. diaasl
lin* has occurred there, Twentj elghl buildings
were destroyed, snd aeversl persona .ir- known ..
have !,.*?? their lives. Nineteen houaea at I.*.(.schlitz.
it,i' ilan Silesia, were bur.I to dsy. Among th*
rlw'l'ngr destroyed wss mu of the Manor i,,? i
Reiscb. Ile snd three nt hi- children perished in
Dresden Peb. I-i Bautsen, a town aboul ihirtv
miles from this city was visited bj a dre to-da
whl.*h mad.vniy-riine* fsmillea hom*
PRINCE COLONNA MAI FOLLOW His WIFE.
Paris. Teb. I* -Pl"i?CS Colonna, whose wife, (h?
stapdauchter <>f ?'?'?"' w* Mackay, recently tnati*
tuted proosedlngS to atcjrt it JuUleial tc-pamtiun
from him, has left Parts, li la believed 'hat he i?
on 1 la way to London. The Prince waa Informed ol
I1.'" ?""'iv,: ol the Prlncesi snd their children In
?N* V---I ,:k recently, and it la thoughl 'ha' hi i u
? Intend to I,,*; ? psaaage for that city from
??''?':.l or Southampton.
ELECTION CRIME PUNISHED,
THREE GUILTY MEN SENTENCED.
TV.',i WERE TAMMANY INUPKOTOns THE THIR1
Tc' IK \ I * '.ri; , * \tii , IK T IT \'. BLIND
- ll - '?:. \ RRETT'S REM \ RR -
Two ? f the " ?? ?*: .11 inspe lora a hom Juriea I ? I
ronvicted of neglect of duty al the las) election
ari i ? sentenced In Ihe C mri i f (Iyer an 1
Termini r by Judge Barren yesterda* . Pei
Neville, chairman of the board In Ihe Twenty*
? Isrhth Election I Isti l ol the i Vii) Assembly
District, wh*, hal i,. .ii recommended t" the
mercy .,f ii... court, was sent t,, iii., penitentiary
f"t- ,,i*,,. year, \\ hile .! mn A. l >unph: .
? Twenty-sixth Li* - -ti. n District of the
VHIth Assembly District, must go to Bl
Prison for two years. In making his plea for
Neville, c. i. Schampaln declared lhal the Jury i
had found a verdlcl * ;' c tilt) In conni quence
of the newspaper outer) spains! his client.
J ?? Barret 1 , he k- l him al one* To N* ville
the Ju It ? said lhal lu had c i.ver thc - I
dence twice ... lind on whal theory the Jury
based 11 rec mme i In tic n to mei jr, snd hs l \
come i.. th ? con lui I n that is did nol believe ?
lha Ihe def< ndcnl wa i gulltj
twenty-three extra ball l Into the b ?x!
1 lunphy f.'ill to i :'. proper oath
to v tera In the Th titj -slxtl i I >i -
trie! of tie* Vlllil, A --? : iblj I 'i ? ?? ? pre
tended to have bad ??? ? Ight. His Uw - * * . .1 imes
1'. Mcclelland, prndu I ? lent's) *
char u t : an I of :l. fa. I thal he i
with c.insunii 11.m. The .! idge i sid:
I nm -.*??? sorry, Dunphy, i ? I ive to perfoi m
, m in
? ! . hare, lc , I. il il upi. ara I
* . In ,,'l ir |, *.:i il matter* a-. . t.' '? *,
thc , ? ? Ju, leia! * le me n. ?.,!?; Il| on the
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tn wm ? ? ' '
? .t thal kou .lute i the I
admlnlaterlng an Imprc .
I * to thc i.'h-- sith v. ti rs, ???> thal the ? \
pr. --.,. . ol the ?> ter was but the el nf the
men who went lnt? the Is-oth xxuh him. Thus the
? ire ..f
a far.*. nd I : ? ??? fl
a' the pro ashil ol "blind mir
[1 i- prob ii>l>* i* al \ on h id tm i*- r wwi Int ? I
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di ,,*.t-r.-.i In phntui rapl ? :he il rvar.l I'ol
ll lon ,.; i-. i u, *.* ii ?- ? ni Ihe I.I
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Port la i I, Keb. 14.?Tl I i ? i Skuld, ."
gi. I'upiii , ? Phi iwood. Kim
land, lo I,,*, v. uh I.:,:* ton ni pulp, \ alue d i.i
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evei hlpp. :? : !: ??:., Poi Hat, I
Newport, lt. I . Peb ll The V ill Rh ? r Hm
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eve , lix ,,t ti.Izsard had ii ? -l She re
?m.. I tn hei d. k h. r> thi mi ? nil t ni I o'
having made the .ph-k. i round trip from Hil |>ori
to Ne* \ ,,ii. on rece ? I
Emporia Kan . !'???? ' i Pharl. W llllnm ? and
Jan ? ? ll .mi, um com h '? 'I *?? l Iwlatlni Ihe Murra)
nrohlhlilon law, iver x.--:? nlaj morning tin **l
s:c i <*ii h hi ?? *? il lo i.Tgu terms of In
In Ihe . ase ,f Mann Itavo, i ll led Oil
two ? ? mts, sen lem . wa lef erred The tempe i ?
?*,...? ? ll rsl .
Tor ll ? violation ol lh' liq * ' have been
icu fujij pm *?* uted f,>r a lon i ox
Sen Haven, Peb ll. Al Ihe hu i ? i lon of
i*i,? Kw, linn I-."" ran rhurcl.es ol New Kngland,
Vork and Pe a to-daj Ihe following
.,'!, . , ?,., ,.. .-, rte i Pre il .it. il ?? Rev. h H
-.. I . ,,,.., 0| pontu, ki iee retary. the Rev. J.
W. Vival. of Will:.Man,'. Penn.; treasurer, the
I: .- s i: Porslmrs.of North Uro venorsdnle, Mass .
? ticlan, it"* Ri v Augusi Olsen, c.r South
Mai la ?? r, c -.-nu.
Concord, N. Il . Peb, 14 Vt the Slate Bncnmp
mei t nf the Orand Army I ? ????'? '??'? ?"??"?xi' ? ??
Itcera .\r.* elected: t'ommsnd^r. Davlei lt. Pierce,
of Bomeraworth: senloi vi.immsnder. i'harlen K.
H mell, ,,f la,'i-i*, it. junior vice-commander, I. \\.
Aldrich, ..! West moreland; chaplain, the Rev < I.
Plnkham; delegnU-nt-lsrge, r A. I olden, ol Rum?
ney; delegates, D. M Newhsll. of ' * * *,'V" ' ? n
Ingall ol il A. Goodwin. nt }<?? " P. C.
AtWOO.1, Ol Unni.it. J. P COOP". Ol Newport.
. ,, .. ,, |. |,. ii Tbs contrsci for th*
r.'S'i.i buiMl? *i '??:"?-;:??, \; '".: '-:??'
ni will be Riven
. -, men for ix.,, yi ii
H ,.vn 0 I" Kit* A nAXK OFFICIAL,
Chicago l'i.. H Onstemstlon prevailed for
i few moments thia afternoon la tha Illlnoia Truai
.,,,,1 Baring* ? ?"??"?? *"fi'Ti"? fr"" "*rvoua ea
,.,,,.??,,: ,,,?-, i by ti- deslh of his ? m, J Mi
Do, .. | ruahed Into th- otBee shout 12 IO and de
?l,..1 thal he wanted to hill some one In tbe
hank ii..from* d ?'?'? H. Henkk. serel m of
the i.ank and Included -1*"'""* s Ulbbt, another
,,?,,..... |n !,,, ,,, .,..,.,! threat. Mc b,,n.i*i wsa
MORE WARNINGS GIVEN.
?ANOTHER BTORM ON ITA WAY TO
T? ADVAXCE Ol -.RD ARRIVED HERB LATE
i..'..-"I- KIOHT MOnE BNOW PROMISED FOR
TO-DAT LOW OF ci""" BI.BIOIIIXO.
x- -:*. r Btorm waa on Ita wa) here (asl nljrlit
ir:.l xx is due i ? arrive this morning, ll was
?en tra I over Northern Oeorgla al i o'clock las; ,
light, and si 10 o'clock was reported to be mov
i rapidly toward thia city. lt was raining ,
i airily g|| along the iat. In the Carollnaa
a arly an in h of i iln had fallen. This st.,rm
qui of the Gulf of Mexico, Just as the
ither storm *!;?!. snd rushed toward the North
?ast. The approach of the st*,rm bogan to I ?
? *hi, the wind ahlftlng around to the ,
tortheasl and the temperature falling. By the
un.- the atorm gets here ita rain will be turned
. an >w, and a rc petltl >n of the -?? nea of M in?
lay and Tuesdaj may '??* expecfi 'V
rei i lunn said la I i Ighi thal the atorm
?v. ni,i | *..-, i set ??*.* ;h in that of lion
lay, bul thal enough sn iw ts uld fall to make
'xcellent sleighing. The al irm will probablj las)
hlrty-.-|v h air- at* ! then foll iw ita predecessor
ul to aea High winda prei ailed al mg the
South Atlantl \ coast and b
t xxiii be blowing hnrd al. ng the Middle Atl
The win I m the n .rth ?
telling h xv hai i thi -. x-. Ill blow.
,,tiKr thc Storm had Just I '
n tha I hore i ? i Ihe i lulf The fad thal it was
over N nh. rn "'.* rargla al 8 o'cloc k last
nigh) sh .wa hon i I
is Mr. Dunn Baw ll coming he aenl oul warnings
lo the railroads and transportation companies,
ind lo all others who ahould bc Informed.
c .f . ? ii -,-, at. rms are d< ceptlve, and ir,*, a
,-,? m. "iimv turn mil n ? ng, perhaps a aer
ii.*"i"; atilt pc i'i-- mny expo I to nee the an ? ?.-.
railing when Ihej ??? t their paper thia morning,
: f .:? a day and a half of old
raahloned winter weather. Then there will be
lt does nol appeal thal Hie coming storm
vii! extend over the West, as the other om did,
? I .?.:.,??- w||1 : , :,,*?.? th* Suffering
there which Ita i****i.?? -r did. [ta centre
lasl night, tn i ?? ni lng m ire to the
I thai did o..ther,
pnEDICTti ?N : v ERE NOT Ft'I.PH.1.1
', ir we i!ii??!' did n<d : ? ' as
ha ll- ??' I flurries >.f ? i
n I bj he. * i iking
: waa . i morning and in the
v 'mild \ van an or*
The newa from
the Knai hr ? itr!. na parti
!. 11 ?*,-.??. ? i ind coast
i- ia st, *-? hen lt
on Its sea
? ii thi i aea
? .,*. i * *legr nd. *??
ill i lay. a nd rat 11 *.id
?n -fi ? 'I
fell a , dflp-i
t ?: la*.
I fir a heavy ra
!. ttl it
l-v,?k i-itefu ' ri ther it w ia
. In a ? ."nd man*
i .-, p ti
x - -.? ,
?: Ihe Hud Fl
. || , .
If there had
' for In the
a , . *.*. n tn 19
\ ? i
- xx h ?
? rt Uiver.
? -. ted the I :???! i
low '/..*i ,. The warm< al
?I s al Key "rt eat,
.- ' :?,:?? 1
il nlghl The
ly, Hie I the wind
? x had
ir I il i
ti || was
be kept aufll
. idea wllhuui . ?
. ? .
rm: * itt.
The ? t uriel Ihe t newed fall of
'?ida? lt..re Iriveways In (Vu
1 'a t li ill! I llp|H*r Si I.?:?: a-a*. ?*. salli lenl Ix
Iii adi ll whole-sale dlspluj ni ali
? .; . rki
Pa , tl ll i*i .???? I 'fix ?? and iip|ter
Se , enl h : ? i iine-hundreii-and-tlftecnth
? in '?! '? .? b'a I' i'ii ftridge, a-ere lill, d with
nil of * . ? t *. Kind ,.r alclgh,
inrt, : mounted, highly i**,'.i- hi 'I
ix*. ? -??a- -a ni i ont' lo the n I ii maj itu mian
drc.?l<>. A* usual. : ' ie at human
ia : ? ja* ? ? ni.-,i. ! rom the Tn mtnnnj Hall
li the I in Who lo I,.- !'? aili,I
ii i h. Soc il '
one *.* t ? rode na ld \*. hal an Ideal <,'d
lini.* winter .'ax ll won, a ni Ightful the
anon he len fleas bra nchc -
trees and piled up ot r the \*. ilk
CLEAN! NO TIIK STREETS.
- \ M"-\- EMI'leOYF.D l!V THE I ?: :r x!"'\!i:\T
l ? ?!. II.I.KelAI. IU MM Nil
Ti ?? hi el I'lennlm liepari m. ni n ported
day tl ? ? I nt s ark it-, the
.. an i removing th* an *x\ ai, iui I.S00
,,!' the ? v ? re extra nr* n, tnostlj ll dian - hired
? ,f ti:!,' ,.xx a n i 'I mallty, under
whal I known a the "padi me" ,-ntem. The de
parimenl . ??.;..?.:?? i I?*. -uti* thin morning i ? ti t.? ?
: ?. . creel! ami thoi mi hfaren . impletelj , I.
a.-ij. st ip . Wh!:.;, .::. Ur.I, New, Beaver,
i: : < :?? r;, ? . I ? ? ;; inge Place. Man.ivei Souare,
Wall, Mon ,-. Keel ir, < lar, i.lh ,* ?.. Poi tiandt,
Malden Lo, . Hey, John, Hurling Slip, Ann, Pulton,
\ ? ,-x. Nassau, Unrein) Park Row, I'rlnilng Hou.ie
Lu.. PJae e, M . -,. x'. urren,
e -|:.iii*I?i ? . I>* .ul.,---, I ni,a, S,|,i ,i . I ,
Central Park, Pourteenth, Twentj third. Porty
md ' 'H.- hun Ire lo i ia enti lifth
Tn.' I *lt*.* h.n.. !??-. a warned to look oul for ,*art
men who dump their load* In Fide utreeU Inateacl of
.,! the de Iguated piers on thi rlvei fronl Several
arr* itu xx,** made un charge* ol ibis kind.
The Park I?-,,. nita. ?:.: ofllclala were criticised
:.*t i,ix for neglecting i,, i >move ihe ano** from ''lt*'
Hall Park s.,.*-. ? of ,m,>mploj I men weni ta the
department'* ofnce-1 |.. auk for xv,uk, I,nt they were
lurneel .,-... iv
The .::..*.*. f..ii of the lasl ixv.. dsyi hsa si..|.* I
much ,.i' the cuntracl xx-:,. In ti:* l**partmeni .,f
Public \\ ,,ik-.
PK A RS POH A FISHING SMACK RELIEVED.
New-London, Conn., Feb ll The Rahing -?mac!':
Emma, which V waa feared xx.is lost ott Fire
leland during the gale, la ufa Captain J. A, Ash
era fl r* ,-? ix,*d i!u* di patch the following afternoon
fr,,in John Feenej ,v po., Pulton Markei men, part
owners with Captain Aahcraft:
Emma rei. i tel la; off Plre Island by
The , ipi iln mya hi sill nol be sun.ri **-i if
nothing ic heard "f her for ten daya. Sba has L,>*.-n
.. ii of -?:.',.- Afty-two dsys on one trip.
ItEJOICINQ IN m:*,v i:ni;i..\ni?.
Pori Fairfield, Me., Feb. n Tia* thermom.r
r . ? ?? i !?" degi * i bel xx ac ro al thia i'i ice thi,
in ii nlng.
Rutland, V:.. Peb, ll Reports of th.trna Just
anded ahow lhal it xx.is tbs mosl severe oas ? >f .? ti?
wtnter In thi vicinity. Tbe rota of all ti"* rail
roada have i.n drifted badly and trafllc delayed.
In outlying towna ih.- roada ar. piled hiKh sith
anow, and lt will talie some time ,*o clear them.
Cerntlnae-i on sci-omi rna e.
ru/?; hepiblic.\ x vi<'Tonies.
VOTERS OF EMPIRE BTATE INDICATE
THEIR FRAME OP MIND.
SNOWDRIFTS AN'!? WRETCHED WEATHEH DID
Nut AVAIL TO RAVE THE FREE TRADER!
?FURTHER DETAILS OF THE Town'
fur Tui.nu.xrii to tiik riinii'NK.i
Kingston, x. v . Feb. 14. The town meetings j
In Delaware County were'held yesterday and re*
a 11 ted in the return t i thc Board this year of ,
n Republican! snd three Democratic Hn
i..i-?;??-.. The Republicans carried almost j
everything In right, though the deep snowdrift!
? le it difficult f,,r farmers to reach the polis.
Til- no-llcense plan was continued In siam
ford, but ll was loss] In D ?lhL
Owego, Feb. 14.?The Republicans yesterday
elected all nine ,,r the Supervisors of Tioga
County, li is the Anl time that the entire
Board haa been Republican In many years. Tha
no-llcense majority of 114 last yeai was over?
thrown, and pro-license received ? majority of
SIS this year. Mrs. Cougar, the woman auffrag*
Isl and Third Party ipeaker, lee*:nr.*il h.-re thia
week before election, and was hitter in her at?
tacks upon local clergymen and baatnesa men.
Th" great changt is assigned to ber Ill-ad
x ? ! work.
Bath, N. v. Feb. ll (8pec!al). Although the
weather waa unfavorable for Republican voters,
there is a net Republican Kain of four super
visora ox.-i* last vent*. The Board xv.ll stand
thirty Republicans to eight Democrats. The
Republican majorities exceed those for Bartlett
Cooperstown, Feb, 14.?The full returns from
the Otsego County town elections heh) yesterday
i thal thirteen Republican and eleven Dem -
eratic Supervisors were elected. Last jrear the
board stood, Republicans ii. Democrats ll
Elmira, Feb. 14. -The town eleetlona In this
ty yesterday resulted In the Republicans
electing ali Supervisors and th- Democrat*) Ave,
a Republican gain of two
Oloversvtlle, Feb. 14 In Pillion County the
Republlcana have elected six Supervisors and
tie* Democrats three. Al tbe charter eleotion to
Ix hei l in this city nexl month four more Super
will b **i* < t *,i.
In Seneca Cattily the Republicans hiv* se?
cure l , inti I of the B tar l of Supervisors, and in
Schuyler County ll ls a ti". 15 >rh these counties
voted for high license. Tin* towns of Erwin,
Ca ri lat e?, .1 is|.and IM\ voted tor no license.
Amsterdam, Feb ll (Special), That the vot?
ers of Mon ir mery County ai ? overwhelmingly
opiKised tn free-trade dootrlnea was attested
at town meetlnga held yesterday. Notwithstand?
ing the anow-drifted toads there vas a large
vote polled. Town meetings were held |n t.-n
towns and the Republlcana elected eight out of
t, n Supervise rs. In several Instance* Republl
, ,?-. were re-elected by Increased maj- li -
Last year's I,,,ard was Republican, ten to liv.-.
? rn March ?', al the 'hart.le,*tlnn in this city
lupervlsors will h.* elected and foin- nf the
hv-- will, no doubt, he Republlcana Democrats
? ? lated ;i;"ir besi men for Supervisors, tait
fate ?'.,- against them, and the result is dui t ?
'< '!< vc land hm I times."
"FIRST OPN ON REORGANIZATION."
Ka ?? itor Platl n *?*.,* i n telegram from his
? ie In ". leg ? I last evening. -* hlch h"
?--ii i xxas "the Ural gun from the country on reor?
ganisation." The dispatch said:
Owego, Feb, li. Issi
lion. T c- Platt. No 19 Broadway, Sew-York
The Republican have nwepi ihe county of Tioga
Kvery Itepubll sn Supervisor elected. The board
will atand ten Republicans, with no Democrats.
IV. A SMYTH.
////; MIES .xor VET RESCUED.
??:?*'? K TO Kl ri:. "I- AN ENTRANCE
TO THE QATLORO KINE.
Wilkenbsrt-e, Penn, Feb n There la no change
? '? ndltl a ">f thing* at the ii.ix iori mine in
Plymoutl "i;* -* ? The rescuing ; ir-*..
to rea. ? ai':- d tlmbermen,
.it" :. xx . ? - . ? the ol I m.inix.iy ilia!, runs
of Ihe plane which ls Ulled with culm,
red lt will give ihe searching
* ? ? - . -1 -: xx hlch dh . I ?
. ,x loni from No las ire snd Hud*
..a. rx ,"'?. men ure ai w ? ? i- k boring through
?:?? xx lin i hn|ie ,il ? men,
,, * i . il noon very llttl"
: xx.n i td i*- * - "i oldest miners In
: tai- valle) ??.-.ai-.. ? ? ids md sa) rhere ;
x.'.x utile chance nf duding the men alive It the)
'I'!]-* ofllclala ..t- very reticent, bul ll has '..r*.
? ?? known by some of the rescuing part)
,,X"! !if.,-.;i a. n of I WOl kau:* <>f Hi"
Cit) lol un I more :- likely to
lown duri - ?.*?,. in tt.**
:.,,...!,.' ?? .- :.-.-. is also beginning I i
., , snd *- m- ???cn now Im seen fully eighi Inches
Uh The old workings of tn** Parrish C<
ire also sh *-?? ?f weakness, an i
.i number of fails have occurred alnce this rn .ruins
In this i '!?:..,.i ,,f tba mine.
IIETEIIMIXIXQ lin: rm. of i ri: 11 rn //>/'
Morristown, N. J.. Feb. ll (Special).- The tn.il of
man for Ihe killing of hla brother
,? merlins on Janusrj If, which xxas in**,.***- yes*
-. morning In the i 'ourt ol Oyei and Tc i miner,
lu ? nixon presiding, was ended to-day al I j
,,vi.i, :, .inix one wltneaa xxas sworn tv day hy the
Bl tc The prisoner xx., on the stand and tesi'.ii.'.i I
lhat he wa* ao overcome xx,th passion at th.- tims |
i ol the a IT raj thsl he had no knowledge .?;' shoot- ]
ila brother or uslni hla re"volver lu ;n? wa)
I until Informed by others of h*s terrible deed. He
. : thal his brother ssssulted him because
he asked hln for m..:? x due him from his mother's
e lat * in Oerman) Two wit :esse*! i.**tnl ? i th .- tha
:,|.. bore marks of violence when arrested.
The evidence .a the wldoa of ih" murdered man
,iii,*,-ti*, contradicted that "i the prisoner, aa did
several oil', r "i the State's witnesses who pos* |
Itivel) nsseried thai the murderer hod mad.- fre
tin.at-. against the life of his brother. The ,
prisoner's counsel asked for a verdict ol maa- !
slaughter. The Judge's ilia rge xxas lair, yeti
strongl) agalnai the prisoner, 'il." case xvas given i
tu the nu*, at :. o'clock After three hours' de?
liberation, the) stood seven for murder In Hrs1
?legree, three for munlei In second degree and two
i,.i* msnslaughter li is more than probable thal a j
venllct will not be reached to-night.
i uri im m>i un.rr WITH HI SHOP POTTER.
Boston, Feb n A large!, attended meeting of |
the rolore?l people of Boston waa held al Char lea?
st. Church last nlghl under the auspices of the
National l. ague, to t.ik.* action "ti the addresa de?
livered i.x Bishop Potter in New-York, it: which he
advised all self-respecting colored men to go to
Africa. The speakers xvi" bitter lu their denun?
ciations of all achemea to colonise the negro,
tleorge T Downing presented resolutions deprecai
lng m.- utterances ,,f Bishop Potter, and the) were
unanlmou dj adopted,
ni ri \i BILI sri: il ii sinai cot.LF.aE.
Northampton, Mass, p, \, n Preetdenl Seelye
announced "ii Smith College yesterday thal Chaun?
cey M I'. i. xx would deliver ari addreaa ai th-*
college .-a February C The facult) and th.* sta
dents' senate have decided to abandon the social
gatherings and promenade which ls general!)
served on Washington's birthday. Tins reception
xx iii tak,* ! 11< at sum,* Utter date.
BOAH AMOSti mr SEA IMLASDBB*.
charl.-ion. B. C., Feb. li Miss Clara Harton.
li ? i . f iii" Am.-ri. -rn Nan,,n.il Red Cross,
accompanied bj Field Agenta Hubbetl and Pullman,
wah three assistants, arrived here to-daj bound
for Beaufort, S, C., where tha Red Cross has dons
j auch noble work iii behalf of the th uaanda of p *>r
I ).pie on the South Carolina Sea Islands xvii,, los!
x thing In the yr.*.it storm laal fall. The party
dm Irs bl) prepared f.mering upon tn.* secon
half of the areal a-ork of relief. The revenue
t.rs detailed by Secretary Carlisle to distribute
? th..nirlliiitlinis of food and cloihlng ar-* still at
the disposal of th" lt,, i Cross, and will continue
Hi.* work aaelgned to them as long as ih-ir assist
,ii. -?? i- required.
TR i S ^MISSISSIPPI COU OBSSS.
San Francisco, Feb, li?Almost the entire mora*
lng session of lbs Traasmla Isslppl Com*t*'* ' -l'\
waa occupied In tbe introduction ot rmwAbxthma, all
..r which wera referred to the Committee on R-sso
lutlons. Among them
LOCKED UP FOR THE NIGHT.
WEANE IN THE JURY'S HANDS.
THE LONG CONSULTATION CAUSES FEARS
OK A DIVORCEMENT.
A MASTERLT PRSJMNTATJON OF THK CAM FOB
thu PROSR-CUTt-ON P.Y OKKBRAIi TRACT**.
JWOn BARTLETTS CHARO! FAIR
AST* IMPAltTlAl- S!Ii:i:i!-l*' BUT?
TI. I Mi BBBVKBD.
Th,-* cass of John y. McKane aras suhmi'ted
to the jury at .T:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
By many a prompt verdict was expected, but
al midnight -Judge Bartlett entered thc eourt
room and announced that a recess would be
Uiken until !>:::a o'clock thi? morning,
Wh* n JudgjS Bartlett took his se,*, he gl.-tnoe-d
around the room, and asked if HfKsiH WM
present. Th.* clerk replied that he was not. and
the Judge ordered that he he sent for. It was
nearly half an hour befor.* Bherfff Buttling pro?
duced th" prisoner, and explained that li* had
K"ne to tf1,, ii,,,,,, clarendon with him for the
night Judge Bartlet) sharply rebuked the
sii.-riff for nol having the prisoner near enough
t.i the courtroom to lie produced within five
minutes, and ordered him to make arra moments
whl,ti would permit of his being promptly on
hand when wanted.
The extended deliberation on the part of the
Jury has given rlns to manx- nun tn, tiie truth
of none of which hoare ver, can be authenticated.
An Impression has prevailed sin-e the beginning
of the trial thar there were one or two jurors
friendly to McKane. The body, as a whola.
hardly seemed up to the Standard if intelli?
gence necessary for the treatment of a ease of
such Importance snd characterised by so many
technical points "f law. still, the testing hi*
prevailed that they were an honest lot ot men,
and th lUgh , n,- side, squally with the other, lias
expressed confidence In their Integrity and judg?
ment, many rritieisma of th" Individuality of the
jurors has passed among the audience. A dis?
agreement is feared, especially in view of the
lapse of time between their i-etirement fr tm the
courtroom and that of the taking of the r^c-ss
hy order of the runt. At 7 o'clock supper was
ordered for them, anl when this fact becaiM
known no hope was expressed that a verdict
xv mid be returned last night. Judgs Harriett,
however, win not discharge the jury until all
p aslbiUty of agreement has disappeared.
Th.* fact 'hat yesterday xvi*-; th" last lay of
the trial drew together an immense crowd whick
battled its way. by Individuals, Into the court?
room. Every available space was orcupi'-d at
the time the ex-Secretary "t" th* Navy began to
address th--* jury. McKane lo..ke,*i somewhat r-e*.
fr,*she,i after his night's rest, but the jury
looked weary, and their faces were pale and
General Tracy's speech was masterful in Its
arraignment of th" defen lam, its .???ndensnion
Of facts, its pointed allusions to the weal<n?rss
"f the defence, ard it.* flashes of oratorical
power. His statement of facts as accumulated
by the prosecution was cone lae, Ile held the
defendant up before ti,., jury ss an enemy of
fr--*.- institut!..ns, and as a f"! m in the exercise
,.f his temporal power, in that he prostituted
such power f*,r the basest of personal motives.
The scene in the courtroom during the delixery
of c.enera! Tra,** '*-? oratlbfl WIS an impressive
"?ri". Anions: th" auditors, hath In the morning
and afternoon sessions, was the Rev. Dr Lyman
Abbott, of Plymouth Ohureh. He occupied the
- seat during the delivery of General
Tracy's speech, an 1 also during the delivery of
.Ia Ige !!.*!i't!"!''s rh.irc".
The faces "f the jurymen afforded a Study of
character during the address of the principal
counsel for ihe prosecution Every man was at?
tentive and tin- expressions of their countenances
were dA-ddedly s.-ri' us. with the exception 'if two
or three, which appeared to be slightly cynical.
This fact ares noticed not only by some mem
bers ?:' the press, hut by Borne ,,f the lawyers.
THg JUDOS WAS SERIOUS.
.\t 2 o'clock th.* court assembled after a re
?-s and Judge Bartlett began lils charge, which
lasted an h< ur and twenty minutes. I* was an
interesting discourse from beginning to nd. His
manner was .m<v, his ton.nversatlonal, but
his spirit his .-*,*ri>>us and at times he mani?
fested emphasis in th.- way he gave expression
c.. tin* stronger points ..f his disc "irs,.. The ut?
most <iui"t prevailed fr_.m th.* beginning to the
.?nd .??' his deliverance. Taken as a whole, hla
charge was regarded by counsel on both sid-9
as Tali- f . I...th th- prosecution and to ih" de
fence. His Instructions dil nol show any siuns
? t prejudice on th>* .ai" si.!" ,,r lenient > on the
other. H>* semed Inclined to present th" .-ase of
th- def,.11,1.mt tu th.- drat instance, bringing
? ?ut th.* atrongest points that 1 ould be offered "ii
ihat sid.*; then In* would suddenly come In with
a -'i.iit.'' arel, following this. h>- laid before the
Jury the decisive features of the testimony ad?
duced by (h.* prosecution. Contrary to expecta*
lion Judge Bartlett .lia :i"t plunge Into a con?
struction of the Election law In general) tait
ci tined himself t" in*- ,,\vn Interpretations of the
law as applied t" thia particular .ase.
A- :;:"n o'clock he finished his charge anl after
receiving some suggestloni from Mr. Roderick
and charging the Jurv on some minor points
whi.h had nol been Included in the general
charge, he ordered the txvcix-.* men to n,- . - rted
to th.- jury room and locked up f,*t onsultatlon.
After the) 1 -:'i the courtroom, Mr. Shepard ask*,i
Hi., cant t. pla," !h" defendant in th- hands
,,: civil oflleers. Judge Troy argued that :!,ls
waa unnecessary: that th,* defendant was under
heavy bonds; had appeared at every session of
th.* curt, and displayed ni disposition whatever
t 1 avert the due processed of law, and urged that
ihis rigorous measure should nol bs applied to
him. Judge Bartlett answered by saying thal he
understood that it was the practice when a de?
fen.lani In a criminal action of si much ltn
portance had 1.n brought to the point of haxing
liis case submitted to a jury and the jury had
retired, to pla,.- him in .us; sly. He therefore
ordered that McKane should be turned over to
the .arc of the Sheriff. After a laps- ,,f five
minni's Sheriff Buttling made hia appearance
moved through th,- throng to where McKane was
seated, ami th.* two greeted each other rordtalls-.
McKane risim- from his seal an.l smilingly shak?
ing tin* hand "f th,* Sheriff. In a few moments
the two start"! toward thc ,1 * ??-. and it was a
contest against larg* n.mil ors by whl.-h they
tucceeded in reaching the corridor on the way
I 1 the Sheriff's li" wn.
Tin: CROWD ci.wi*: tum JUDOg a sqii:i:/.f:.
Tie throng around the; courtroom was ex*
econ,.nally hug,- through.mt the day's pmeoed
Iiiks. and a detail of poUcSOMn was called to
preserve order, hut th<- number was insuffi.-ient
for that purpose. Even the clerk of the court,
ut the opening of the afternoon session, had lit?
erally n> fight lila way to the entran.v. an.l
Judge Bartlett himself was driven to tho wall
and turned around in the midst . f the throng
before he was recognized, or before he e*ould
erne within r?*aeh of the door to the clerk'a
Aft.-r the Jury had h-en out abott! an hour
and a half Hun- waa u sudden stir and a re?
sumption of seats, and the announcement went
around the room that the Jury were crossing the
corridor to enter the chamber. It was a falae
alarm, however. At li o'clock Judga bartlett