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NEW-YORK, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1804.-FOURTEEN PAGES. PRICE THREE CENTS. LOOKING OX CARNOT'S FACE. MANY TIWl'sANDS IN LINE. QUEEN VICTORIAS LETTER TO MME. CARNOT. THE F"N"*r. VT. VC OK.. ION* Ta") TIE OF DCOR* Mots EXTENT PREMIER nirry. M C-HAL L__MKL?I_ACOUR AND .'Tltiais To PRO* .n Vi'K ORATI 'NS AT THK PAN? THEON INIITRlTCTlOKi TO ? ii ; ll : ? ..vi v. s Farts, Jun ' ? w ot the b dy ? ' Preside; I C Which i* lying li ' the ?*r "5* -'ii ? r In the I'. ? ' the !:.-<'?? attracted thousands of people t^.r .? I';. ? 7 o'cl ich thia evening tlque and ip >n iti?* fa .' ? t the .1, , '. !? . ald< nt. *. i in the dead }'?.'-. lent's (Hi wornt n and i hll dr*:-.. Tv the palace for h"-,irs an to enter the funeral ber. Th-* sun was I I ilr heavy, and >m exhaui The Pren h In] t* >f Strasburg ani sev? r towns in the R aland I ne wreath are thi-* words; "Lea A n.t." Mme. Carnoi .... tr .m Queen Vi i l igh I have nol thr* ; ? ? i trikg you personally, I carri' refral ... :*?? ;? :???-.??. fo- yoi, in ihls terrlta'.a not (li ... ,w ri,;. Whal dismay, ? 1 feel a: the crlm. na- lins robb *i you f youi t" loved husband an *' Hm arhole of - ? a orfhy n::\ reapt ??? i Pr, si (l-i.; If universal sympathy dan In any measure Bs*uag< your Intel grief, !>e assured ll li ...iv God yr.v you tt-.e strength. . you t.a laear such misfortune. I am. Madame, jroura very *ln cert i vi..*Ti iuia. provincial towns .ire* emulatirii- Pa ng of fl iwera to th** Elysia I - of wre.iths have been rc I fnm all parts ? I ? The total value it I pal ?? la more than ?inc*. .Fabulous suma are bein* pall rind ?wa along the route of Sunday's proces* .; I is a special requiem aervice today in the Ruulan Church for the repose ol the 1 - .:. .ind tho con ' e church . t -wreath to the Elyse> to he placed ii] ? M Carnot's coffin. ..-:.: Caslmlr-Perler paid another visit to Carnot thli afternoon. funeral p: r. Sunday will be led by h squad of guards under General Baussler, r of Parla. Tr.vps riding in hearing wreaths vv:'", !..* r.f\ Will Ooma the Republican Guard, dolegatea-s students of tho Ecole Poly-technique, the ? with a guard of honor, the dca i PreM* privati servants, tho master r.f ceremonies, t.-n.t family. Prealdenl Casltnlr-Perter ard the presidents rf the Senate and Chamber, am? it iras.idTs, mini' .mais, mar. hal*, dlplo* ? envoys, secretaries and atta^-ho*. Senator*. Deputlea, peri nal friends, e ns] mem bera of the Legion r.f Honor, macmb rs of the Institute ol France, representative! of the le.w i- <ir:*., tho [>*;-. Pub!) Instruction an? the natl--mil financial Institutions, clergymen ct nil creeds, prefects . f the Seine, I'ari* Munioi ; tl Council, m uncila from 'h.. prov* ince*, deputatl .ns fr.m th" army, navy, and . preventatives of the French teri, etc. No * has boon overlooked b; v.'Ck'. < th< arrangementa, end tho pr r* rmoua?beyond ail precedents in the Ja-' j, ?..*:.. I r gramme for tho furorai ha.** >. M *Salnt*8a$na will piny the ipon th.* organ, and tho ron i will sing part of G< un d's "ii ira ei \ ? A' Faure, th.- famous barytone, Will - mr.,? tl Ii..' md ala ? a part of tho "Pie ? SaPns Requiem Maa* The orch<-s-ra of the C meer! Society will contribute a special pie ?? written by Ambroise Thomas, and *'. 1 with a funeral march by the ? itra and orgai TV- - on Sunday will l hv Premier Dupuy, on behalf I the ?Lac a-air. on behalf of *' de Mahy, for the Chamber of lndr?. on behalf of tho nlque, In which Institution the :? ni In engineering. ".--linal Richard, Archbishop of Paris, ls too - '.n th* Cathedral ? f Notre Dame, and lt ls probable that Bishop - wh i waa for many yean tl friend of M. Carn it, will ?' M Decrals, French Ambaaaador to Great Hons, has i thank thi I r her expressions M. Hanoi ld -??". has Instructed thr iugh .ut tho ? Fran e to tn*- \ irtoui ?; -vms. Londoi .; ii .-? .*. ?: ? asenger i* ft London fr>r k with the wreath which tho Marquis of Duifl Presldeni Car? on*! n for '.j Una! Vaughan te at tho choral rial ma-is for M n Sunday. Tho ? v Hi ; ?? held in ? h of Notre Li keeler Square, arni will bo attended 6y tl a. the Cadre Prani la ferdinand of Austria, thi ? an i Gotha, - | - [arqula of Salisbury ar.d hundreds of other plcuoua ii ? ? e, Jan.- tt ow the example 1 ? ?* I a . w her Ambassador in Carnot'a funeral on June K.?Solemn requiem ???-?rvlc^a nted *.' N tra Dame Cal Iral here ; of I ' ter o. ;? will tli lal ). Tho enanuG v.-rnor and a if ihe Don : i .cal Cal i. Judge* it tend or be repre* - SA STO DREW TUE FATAL LOT PRESIDENT CARNOT'S ASSASSINATION THE CULMINATION OF A PLOT. MAJ I MORE ARRESTS TO cc MAI E A DISPATCH PROM THE MAI IR OP J IR! Ml'!.A' l Parti ' ? Marseilles have von of Pi Can ol na.** thi , of a j lol The ? on* aplrai t lr. Cetti Th< ;? drea d'"-'trm Presldi nt, and th 'a.*!. : ? 1 mt i he ; ill a *:.> they ha\'.e cI.-ah *.;.,, v.in lead io the arrest of othei K,'-''> era I men vvi.. were arrested lr. *NJ'??*? ; ? .? i of Laborl >'? . . ? . . Tnt A * . ? ? prtth la at tl at gi ni ral slei - ? ? ?! m Chalons aur Mai i" two f Pi . lenl ' . ltd to his fellow-patienta In the .'. i ? ti h Hla lourney to will i . bia last He will be bl >wn ip Tr.. Msyi r ol ?" in [tal], v\ I sre ' - I . i . i ). ipuy s We denounce with borroi the awful misdeed In ik ."' A11 '-?* Including tho family nf we infamoua rianto, b-^ >., expreai tt.f-ir profound Indignation Lyon*, .I*;... ft Santo uhh oxarnlned to-da] again by ||, u^noSt, the magistrate In charge of the ase, His mar.r.er *.va.s i|uiet, almost timid, < ".'tin ii rd on St. mil. Pan*. STABBED BY A SENATOR. MR. HINCHLIFFE, OF NEW-JERSET, CHARGED WITH ATTACKING A RAILWAY CDMil'CTOR. V TIOHT ON THE TRAIN OATH THE PRESENTA? TION OF A TASS BT THE MILLIONAIRE BREWER HELD IN I"0> BAIL. state Senator John Hlnchllffe, of New*Jcraey, was arr-ested at Haekenaach Thurs lay night on tho arrival of th" 10:40 train from thia city. Ile wai charged wiih making an attach on Conductor J. !.. Jones, of th? New-York. Susquehanna and West tern Railroad, with p. knife, Before the arr ? the iram a dispatch was s.-n; I i Haekenaach ask? ing th* police to be al the station when th arrived, ns th<* conductor hil been stabbed ..nd th'* a ? ? ? :'..-? gb the town, and as a result there waa .1 crowd SI the station when th" train entered the The atory alloat waa that a ruffian had done the ?nii>. in if, and when the portly Senator, e? ??? i policeman. emerg< ! from 'h- train ther. waa lerable excitement when the train al Policeman Van R'nr-?**.: entered tho train t ? the arrest. Th" Sena! r begged to h. allowed to I ag quietly, and not ba handcuffed, but the officer declined ' i gram h:s request. Van I'lar-om -n-.k bia prteoner te a drugstore n"*r the statli . where a doctor was hv wa -, to attend to the Injur 1 man. There Cond stol He aald that after the \ <? Jersey i 'Itj he atarted thn-*'igh I On reaching Mi H .-? il .i ha : aald h.* ha.l a pass .1 Bator's pass ar aa lad '?'.i, tl, an. he * to i.)> hla far". Tha ? inaiated 'h..; the pass a * . i od until the adjournment of the I,.** ila) ire The conductor aaya n tlnued lo ftemand the enl of the Senator's fare, .".nd told him h* v\.-.uld Rive him a "drawback," so thnt in caae the atlll held good he ci uld go to th" oil th* company .and have his money refunded Tl li Mr Hlnchllffe .refused lo do. Mr ,Tor."? *.h*n<thrcat ?t ed in j,ut him off. The Senator, t! declares, defied him to try this When tin- ira: reach"d New-Imrhani ihe conductor says hi wenl to Mr. Him hllffe'i seal * f r a ticket or mon..) Hi asked whal the Benator li. tei,a-,, ri to il", a- 1 area told "nothing.' Then, ac* cordlnsr to th" conductor, Mr Hil illed a penknife from ta - i" Act and flourlahi I it thre?t'-nlrr/f to cul an) I I ! ira. .Tcn..? reached Into ti..- seat to take I I r.f tha Senator he aaya end as he did so the blade Bank Into th" fleshy part of the arm. Jua! he el bo** a ae< ond .**.ih waa inflict one before thp conductor ? ??? Jones then Milled the nell COI I for tl ?: to po ahead Al the ni lt statloi statement of the a"a,r to Harken** li The knife had penetrated oi - or two amall a the Hood flow., i free)) -her- waa con 'item'-nt on th<* train, and th" pasai Into th" rm u hore til" Senate sal While the -afflcer and his prisoner wert a -itlna In the '.ruR-s--.re. I bal fonefl'S wound* might Senaror Hlnchlirf. rem i meaaenger I iv inion, srtaosc hoi * ,?% nol far awaj arrim, of ii* fellow-townsman, th* r moved the handcuff* from HlnchHfl the understanding that Senator Win! reaponalb --? for the prisoner. Bei ? ...... rti Thal itTc.Al hal r-*-ir.*'. bul ha waa out of hel. ani sat tn I!* nigh! clot ea 1 '? ? ? Mi rllnch'lffe li *' r Winton .t-.J Dr Mc."v_.en became Pas*. - lecurlt). I t M :Fa ider Ctor'l iriea .ire a- .pr:' Mi tl ?'? HackenivT-k for Pater) tra..i. Mr. Jones's irate, waited fifteen mini.' ind then went ahead In cl i.*:(-r Mr Hln.-h.iffe ls a n"i:.i*>nalr. brewer of : fun Me :s a power in politics, and for years he - ?ecutor i'i >ur'ey bai ? il ? who would C-n:r>; the I.iamorr-ti" p*itv**>f t*ss*-ii County. At preaenl hen'-rs ar* aboui even. Mr Hlnch'lffe was or. hla wa) Tren? ton. He reached Jersey ' i-y hy the Penn*)'! ad, ar, 3 i ..-k th? r-.vi fr n. tl re I aon, heiMiiB* he did not havi I ? ..-av- ihe il H!b frienda say they think ha had bei bul thia be di oles !? is a - i al'.egi ? i the knife In hi* bal Itlng ti the cuts wer- the reault of an .i icldent. This Mr. Jones denies. He declares the f-'enatcr drew the kn.fe deliberately, Th.- con I tw ? weeks ago, wh! e hi barre express. Sena! ir Hinch Ifl train and rreeente.1 the same paaa CT had expired, he p-l-l th" far-, ff BO. wi" Senator Winton soys r. p...-*; W*1S h EITTEE AEHiIF. ADSJT WAS A CUSBIOX. TAW. TEAR-OLD OEOROE NETHERTON FELL, THREE STORIES AND KNOCKED HER SPRAWL? ING ?NEITHER CHILD M'"'li HL'RT Two ch.Mron escaped leath ;n .a most remark? able fashion at No, 2,ld E George Xothorton. two and -? half yean old, ? i live* with his parents on the thlr! tl ir, M ? ing on the fire ? ire lund iwn, In some way the lit;;, fell ,:\ Blipped tb plunged headlong to the aldewalk, a dlsta nearly fifty feet. A Hie Ad:-. i-aine a Idresa ara rectly beneath where the child f,*'.l. The struck the little Kiri and kno.-k"! h on her back. Mrs Netherton rushed down Blairs, i i lind the mangi. . pia of h-r child. Inst* i found Oeorge ;n ih" arm* of a neighbor, with not a mark on him, except a alli shoulder and rm th'- -.')?? of the head. A I Ile Adail was likewise uninjured. TBE JUDGE CALLED TBE DOCTOR A LIAR. STORMT fa-r'NE AT THE MXETINO OF THE .T.".I1 KET CITT BOARD Og EDUCATION REMOVAL OF 'nn: PRINCIPAL The "ting" Democrats of Jersey City yesi circulated reports that Principal Bweeney and vv Principal Paddock, of the High School, wee : for political reasons Al the meei . ' Education un Thui loge i that Mr. Sv ? In the pres? ence of pupils; that he drank beer anl falli ; h'..-. let.r*.. mattera which unfitted him to have ? ?: * ? the opinion # of Din i; Beach, R bei I Sim] ? rn, I I c.,1. \rk rn, I Prealdi nt Uilai atituted I VI i'i ll? , hargi t M i'll fostering p |_aloual< t, ?? tha usel iii -- of th faculty, During the recess which wa ordered ? nf'-r ? -. Lay Ju Ige Kenn). ol Judg Llpp ? rmi : Presldeni Allen that Mr, Sweeney's ? t.. and Dr, ah. r, retort) . tha* ihe opinion of a man who lal upon thi ? \ bi iff ? 11 ii a.* not ol ? *. <i enc* Judge K'-nny called Dr Allen .. Mar, but frienis of th* two men a them and erl any further outbreak. Amoa ll Th s.!., who waa appointed in Mr Bwi ce, is Massachusetts, where bi ti u many yeara bul for me sst yeai he haa ' )i*angi. -???-? "THE UOTBEE OW Till: COXFEDEBAt V" I'l i H Memphis. Tenn., June tt. .Mrs. Sida- Cl ipn in . i.uw. known throughout 'ti* South a ? the Conti di ? lied 1 ri illness of aeveral weeka ag< \ eighty-nine. Bh* ii,.*, a relative of Oeneral John K Gord Georgia and General lamei H Gordon, of North . waa kills i si the battle ol < 'nanci: During the war Mri Las organised th( ern ll.si H.d Corps and a.- tha reault of h*r irk, ic-' une tba Idol of every l .di' r. _ _ t FOEMEE VAIA ATHLETE DBOWXED Albany. June 2? (Speclall Albert Itte Van H of tbe I'nlted Btatea ' orps of Civil Engineer! dr ..incl at MechanlcvHIe to-day while employed In lng Hi a ia cn 'i.i In Ihe Hud* >n no m when, In endeavoring to n , r # which he bad dropped, he f'-n and atruek bia agalnsi tow rocks. The bod) rolb I Inl nvr and waa sol recovered until ihls evening Mr Van Huych lived rn I."- Maea., where he was born ru ,' three rear* ago H- waa graduated I ,.r ',...r .na! : ,."d iii the winning boal crew of V'.'i He rowed m lhe crew of '-2 aa well Mem ' the famllv l??? >_ charge of Tin* I,..d'. will c invey li io I.< a for burial OEXEEAL /*- /'? I'l CRSXOLA PRRSIDEXT. At a meeting of the Eleventh ''..rpi ??. which took place al Con< >rd, N ii. on June 8. General Lou! P tl ? esnola, of this etty, was unsni mi cu eiect.-.i prealdenl for the coming yeal ona of the vlce-preaidenu of the Aimy of the Po? tomac The following officer* wera also elected i'apt a In Herbert Milter, vice-president of the First Division, Captain A M Searles, rtce-preetdsni .f Ihe Second Dlvlfdon; Captain Charles .V Fid lock vice-president of the Third Dlvleion: Francl* Irish', secretary, snd A. C. Hamlin, huiorlan. FATAL El UK IN HR on Ii LYN. TWO KEN CRUSHED AND OTHERS IN JURED BY A KAI.LIN'*, W Al.!.. A TH!!!!' MIN" Tl! H'OHT Tn HATE YY.YS KI .I.Eli -TWO WAREHOVSES ON THE RIVER V \T i'i s. I: ?', ED LOSS NE dii.i I '?? ? FLAMES BROKE OCT TR l't" A fir? which ca . . ? loss of the .lies men and i roperty worl a million dollar* i.r.-.ki* out yes! ? . v. 1 r.ifr? Btorea in Purni ki ? . ??'. ti.- -.i itel froi .ii. tween Stat ri .:, i.ilem-n Ms T ? --st Indication *?' || u -.i .I.*!, a ? ri, k.- ; .arina- from the cr?vlc*S around th" clo-- . tl ? f the live-story brick struct re, Wai it 4:11 !? to. When tho firemen respon li 1 I .rms sent out they found dur. at the fire, but of tl ned with cd! chisels snd strea - i I up in th-- ? te on the second fl ior of the broki oul ? ara i pr >b i I meoua onm : !.? <-n ??!! :'i> '.'. ...r where the flie ivan discovered for everal udM The build 00 bil. a of Jute I utta rained al ** . an '. quantltii - of hemp, sugar ?il' :i" tl. ?? boata Beth lx>w and David A, !'. >dy wera , . ? u rk, an i there were i ? re of Btr ama ?' a ?? the ??' ntl ? rare! ? and h*- ke : the roof an hour after lt ?a^ It extended to nil. I i; ind siakl . ? r ant o net rd w..rk th tire : iii" flami nder c intr many of the engine* * ? . \t * w p. m., hoi ? ? ? ? a li hal beei the l i. ? Hie I in) a li dna ware IC on the soul lo At] I This propel ? ' men were on tl fl tl yard ni company using ' .her. a irnlnu the sra ll of t ct I th'-tn. arhlch 1 eft wll il nipp ri b I of th- floor beams, fell alth * -rat crash ? I nd h< lumped j treatle f hla comrades a? Tirey wen I BC ''.arrow, thirty i- old, of No. % I >r il* *-i.*n -r-t . ?ri_ James Prenti e, ta ira old, of Gifford'a station, i ind. Both were badi) crushed an.l l ? .lever Place, who w ia I below -he \n ? ? ? :? n.i ir ea ali mt the head and iken ' the Long [aland ? lollege ' t waa reported at a late hour that ? ry Andrea Miller of No 99 Douglasa-at., whi was at ? the trestle, haa! hs head badly i lt lak'n tr. the Brooklyn Hospital. ive the Information that his comrades :nd* r the wall anl John bavnllo, Will tames Pierce n\n*l In the work of After ? three ambulances were sun.in n- 1 .ml I'r* Jacobson, P'-al and i"'"Connor ired, Th? bodies were r?n ?' ironer Ker.e Neither of the is married. rd, '.f DeKalb*ave., an employe rry company, waa working in ihe vard a ul fen. and Ihe two men were killed ?Ibo killed. After nn. ? with the f!,-,mes th* I I hei ui. bu t th* nd sni'.k** f..- sev.-rii dava ?rna par' of the UV-odruff n Woodruff. Thei are ? .? ? Of OAty feet. Th- bulldlnga ai I ? that the eon ten ta be* I the value waa ? ni.--. D, which _ vi ... i ... II i . ? !?' WHIT . te will be known until t! opened. The Di A Ho,ah* caught fire from the intensity of the ? fed. A T ."-*" TOR RICHARD MANSFIELD. IRED IN" a FIFTEENTH t- PACTORT, DESTROTED BT FIRE Flan itory f - r '? ??? th -? . il The Interior '-ai the ? ti t-house* In fr ant were cupania were rushed to the street. No emen, by dint of hard work, ? The Are atarti i on the fli I ... . . ., .... I ? ? mi ? ? v our. , ? lon ' he tlr? men r in ment 1 *? - In Flf* ita anl fought th. fire tr un i th Ti., firs- and si ' re used by Tut-:.* A- I'r Richard Mansfield. A SBOPLIFTER WRO IVnjif: DUMOSD8. SHE BAIT) SHE WAS \ KLEPTOMANIAC AND .' LDX'T HELP STEALING, THOUGH Pt '? [_EN'T_ . IF ME vns. - - * Iressrd woman, twenty ?? i Rid !?>?? ?; ? . ?? yeaterday. The woman waar-* earrings and a ring, valued .at a ml - - of I h" matron In the El ? while her I for to ball her our. Hti? told lhe tn ern-., that ?hi ill.- ired Jl. OOO In a breach of promise snit. s?h-- refuaad to dis? close the name "f lhe man from whom she ???* i i r ,'?? .* um of moni gave her ? ? ahe Bald. Tl ea a as a kleptoma? niac, and that ahe va -i.t to resift the thal ahe had i bead *i times, d iring which she was subject I to thi ^ti- sr..!" . >r.*-,--T.- i ..1 ne waist ? i ? -k- "f i ? ? , 11 ? ? i 1 Mary Denglt f $300 for her daughter's i i'.. in thi> morning The rp.'tlc i ? be a woman of considerable | * A!'*,.. . r's i tory, / VPLOT3IEXT FOE tEOX WORRERA Pittsburg, Ju,ia 29, The Indications .-ir.- for peace r.n.I at Western Iron mills this lear, with th* i".*-!tiie exception of a ..... i ?' i.. hs - rei. . ? ? ?! : he folios li i i rms lo the w.n." Beale: Valley Iron Company, Leetonla, ''hi.). I'nlon Rolling '?' Clevel ind; Tudor Iron W ' Bl Bast < Ihlcago Ira.;: ? . . i . Ind Ths Fal? con Iron au.?! Nail Compai en, I >hlo i.as : rh" l I eel Beale ind I I. Ind , pla ni i'la. \p... ted that .. Laughlin and the Ameri-.m Iron IV rk.. Will Blgn me Bteel scale nt to-morrow s , onfen j The blaal furna a of ,i,, i. Mill, whl ti haa been Idle four I and the entire ii ? will resume to-morrow W|tb oi ? ' ? -'ni until fall. lill GR \ I'lIK' NOTES. ...i.e. n v. June tt Bkaneettelea Lake I irni l '.ii t i lay al no m. After i ,,, this city a lal gets water fr .-ii thal of aupply. p ... .. June ts rh* .senate this afternoon lha Melg i. ev ited Railroad bill Ti to 14 jj then eenl to ihe H< ? oncurrence. A ?referen lum provision waa rej tn i Bra ir ir I, ' >hl >, A me a Fort) tramp* * . itboun i Pan H in Ile treigh the trainmen and rltlsons They then walked to Covington, Uv* next and '*. '1. '.? ? -"I"" ?t st Cm. In? dar,.!???'! .in I I...' lon pi * - train and , , ;, M fal aa Veraall.es Thc offlcera telegraphed lo m. sv. rifr ot thia ? lunti r.i assistance, but the fellows got away before he reached there. Monett Mo., June ... riyssea Hayden. ? segre, v,,,s taki i the Bin riff of Nen iou Cou ? *, al thia plane and hanged lo a telegraph pol* bau i ? .,v fa, k last 'alg a moh il ? ? ri ned fer shooiinK !>"tr. a, em ui, ai thia ola i, on J me K, and waa being t ik'-n to Ce*svil> Jail f< i keeping Th* Bher*ff and prisoner wera on the v. hlch whs *t..p;ie.i by tha- mob New Haver, June 29 -The vote for member of the corporation ol v*ie College ?n Wedneeda) re Bultad a* follow*; Mr Depew. I,Ut; Mr. IUrrla, li, scattering, ll, total, 1.607. A COLOSSAL BOYCOTT ON. I* A A ATTACK ON M RAILROADS. NEW TACTICS OF THF. AMERICAN RAIL? WAY I* MOX. RAILROADS GET COG ETHER EOE DEFENCE. wai: DECLARED PV hm.' AND His ASSISTANTS ON THE ROADS REPRESENTED IN Tin: OENERAL MANAOERf ASSOCIATION? TRAINMEN, SWITCHMEN AJCD Slior MER STOP WORK THE MOBILE AND OHIO SURRENDERS TO THE L'S Chics g\ June 2f?. Presldeni Debs and h!_ as? sociates ol th* American Raliway Union player: *i high card to-day and made a. radical m ve when ihey fora ally bi ycotted every road rep;.-. ; in the General Managers' Association. i itmmlssions were given to committees represent? ing ihe employes of each road with ord ira l call oul iii men th*- instant sufficient support wan ??', r ? Warran! a strike. Tho rn.ids ropre i In th*> association nnd subjected to the !? ?% ? ii ere the following: Chicago, I'i. k Island an! Pacific: Illinois c_n tr.'. ? ind Grand Trunk; Santa Fe; chl ?? : Mt .ii. i 'hlcago an-l Erie; Ch!cai ! stern Illino!*; Chicago and N rthweatern; West* . .: a- .md Quincy. Chi* Milwaukee and fH Paul; Chicago urea! West '. i \it,.im and ''hlcag >; C Lake Shot Michigan Cen iral; Nea ..irk. Chicago and St. Louis; Pan Handle; Pl'tsl.iirg, Kurt Wayne end Chicago; Wabash; Wisconsin Central; Baltimore and Ohio, As rapidly ns possible the mon will be ordered ? .ur ..ii ih.* roads named, and it la the intention of " ? r don officials to inaugurate strikes on the mentioned In preference to roads through* ..ut the country which haul Pullman cars A i .arding to the official announcement the Man egera' Aaaodati >n has been . rgnnizej for the sole purpose of crushing the Amer! an Railway Union, and waiving nil other ftrsl claims the I'nlon will proceed t" di battle with the asso . Vi.es. Wherever the md strike is not merle effective to-night tho organizer* a 111 be al worti : ni irrow, and until aufflcieni men hwi* been organized to tie up the roads. The orders issued yesterday for strik's Included the naen on the Rock [aland, the Burlington, Chicago ani Alton (second order), chicago and Krie, Chicago .and Eastern Illina.is, "Monon," Fort Wayne ise.-. ond ord-r). Wabash, Chicago and Great Western and Lake Shore. A formal strike will not be declared on the Milwaukee until the situation on that road ha* been canvasaed by the Board of Directors of tho Union at a meeting t .-morrow. The Michigan ? il ard Grand Trunk are not yet, bul the Union officials .av they will lie tied up unless they withdraw fr .rn the Managers' at! m. The Wabash was Iel alone until it was reported thst the company was handling thc trains of roads al read; b tt< l. TWENTY-TWO ROAM UNDER THK HAN*. If tbs plan 0. the Union official., is carried out, twenty-two roads out of Chicago will bo tied up within th.-* next two or three dais. The Brilon of the union officials in authorising ie employes of th** Union Stick Transit Company, while spoken of andi ?esterday, was reallj n I expected. The , .. ? ?? . p| a-. 1 ? a bl "king the . Tarda at present, a:.! had airca ly r iffer of assistance there by General Master elgn, of the Knights or Labor. To-day, however, when the eommKtee fr..rn the Block ted that the mon had been organized night .md presented a grievance to the ? thej were compelled t*. handle ths ited road ? mlttei a hasty confer n ? decided to issue th* commissions necessary in ordering a r-'r':k?. Th? ? orr. mit tee thus arm.* I ill 1 I tl ?' I I Of the * - .-.ni it was agreed to strike il ( r -'; ?"? to strike wi re to t ike . n the Wabash. Rock Island and other ,-..,,].. i here a sufficient strength was , ? ?? ? ime time. , The contest between the Chlcsgo and North i ri ard the union la developing into a bat* ind each side is straining every nerve to w in. T1 : iny hai v id th blacklist I upon the strikers of IMI, and SO far . . i iu-, i.f the old men, wh i are now gt w.rk In the ! -ards. Ono other crow is at w irk, bul the most of the svvlt.-hlng ls done by the officials. When it was re f, rted to-day thu* tl ipmen at Fortl ? , the committee mis.-l the roof with cheers. The report of tho atriki ? ' the ehopm< n was not verified up to : ,. k. and i. ? ? tli lal ann. uncement was i,. i le at he i Iquarters. MOBILE AND OHIO'S SURRENDER. Tho greatest ? wis created among tlie strlkirs to.day, when tho announcement was mads I . i" the Mobile and I sur ? 1 unconditionally. General Manager Beale telegraphed President I ?.-1 .-= thal i' off all Pullman cars, and had requested if the lin . | ertalned thal road was rot a memb ' I Mai tgers* Association, Presl? di ni I '? bs ? -- union in chargs of the strike t i call off ri." b i Immediately after receiving a written guarantee from the company thal ;? would not mn an* Pullmans until the presenl trouble was settled. 'iV- ls ?? illy the tn--! ,i tual Vlei ry, and ls ubi i am mg the strikers to g i effect. Hatters were complicated for I la to- I rhen th<* uni di men succeeded in Inducing the majority of the import 1 I aube i on the Pan Ila.". Ho to J in the u..',..n anal nn'r work. A from the Imi ted i illi head quarti ra t ? n pori lhat th y h id b en bi here m. ler strict ordera to the i,*s of their poi con? ductors, brakemen snd switchmen f: im Louis? ville, Cincinnati, Pittsburg and other paints. nni wh.-n thirty tw. of them were marched to th.- yards the union men captured s number, with the i lit t ni;1.f five stten led a i.ting and pi ed I pantons, providing the union would guan th. ni protection snd providi them with ti poi: itlon t" th"ir homes. Flfti men were sent back to-night, m:<l li la clatmi lbj the union men thal the others win go back lo? ir, The report that fifteen of th.- men were members of the Order of Railway Conduc? tors and r.-fused to (put Wa.rk Created some feel? ing again*! that order, Which was speedily dis slpated when reports from ih>* meeting of the O. R c v i ? thi effect that the con.liia-t..rs would attend strictly to th-ir own p.sm..ns aral would refuse lo c..nil" .-.ns, throw switches or work with green crews. lotion sta,liar to bj the ? -i du t .rs characterised th.* several meetings of the engineers Boms WO of th-* engine rs on th** Illinois Central snd other roads centring at I Crossing have agreed to stand bj tbe meit Ail tbs men on the Illinois C. ntral pledged 'hemselve* to ObC) v .ill to strike Whei i A request for co-operation was sent oul ti them from headquarters ihla evening, and lt was announced that, beginning to-morrow, ihe engineers would refuse t > hand!-- trains with Pullman cara or operated by *ut>it!tute*. In? cluded in a later meeting of Illinois Central em v ? t t ? t r: tl ls t a th In 'ii te r! to Stl M In i" ni th loves were the suburban trainmen, and it wai nnuinced at headquarters that a strike waa Im v Inaugural ? I. COMPELLED TO SIDKTR.\ck PULLMAN* A mob .af 1.000 people, composed of strikers and heir sympathizers, stopped tho New-York and 'hlcago limited on the Chicago and Krio road ear tho Stale lino ai Hammond, Ind.. at F..40 hla evening strtti compelled th* er**\ to side rack the twa Pullman sleepers c.trrleal by the rain The limited was due there at *. IS, and he cr iwd Which had gathere.l by that time laitcd patiently until Ps arrival a- .V40. ihelr j nirp..se being to prevent the passage ,,f any Pilli nan cara through that pla.-e. The train WAS I topped as soon as lt had crossed ;he Slate line. ? *he two Pullman cars were next t* the engine. *he loaders of the crowd ordered tue crew a-.. letach the Pullmans from th-* reel of the train, nd tho engineer WAS compelled I I haul then-. I.t 2S0 f'-e- to a sidinnr. where the en*-|ne was incoupled iim' the Pullmans were pus'ie.] on to he siding by the crowd Then the crew wer. old that they might proceed with the nsr ..f the rain, but a* ll o'clock no such move had been nade. The Sheriff was on band with twenty leputtes, but he waa powerless to protect the rain. T'-night ho telegraphed Governor Mat? hews for troops to prevent Interference wi'h he operation of the road. No reply has yet ,f.?., received. The whole town ls In sympathy i-|th tho strikers rind denounce the Sheriff'.* ' ? The expected strike of tho switchmen and witch-engine crew? employed by the I'nlnn Itock Yards nnd Transit Company, operating .11 tho cars of cattle and other freight which mers the Union Stock Yards, began to-night ? | .."clock, All tho engines were run Into the otindhouse, and tho night force failed to report or work at the usual time. The groat Stock 'ards were quieter at night than they have ioen for a decade. The strikers kept away : im the yards after going out hut they will ie heard from to-morrow, especially if tho rom iany trios to put new men to wrk at the witches and on tho engines. Brotherhood men i.av (aid they will not work with non-union nen. An order to strike was received ta-nlght by the nen, iwlteh-tenders, tower-m*n. <ind crews f the switch engine-* on th* Wabash road In :'. At 7 o'clock every man went out. Not single car nf freight was switched and not a rain of freight of any kind left the Wabash ards to-night. Th* switch-engine crews ran t ir engines Into tho roundhouse at Root-st.. and ?ft them there after drawing the fires. The only disturbance was created hy a fe** o -dlutns who tried to force Yardmaster Moran, f the (Iranil Trunk, to leave the yard, where ho as engaged In throwing switches. They *ur aiinded him. and would have attacked him had or the police, -who had been sent to the scene ?> preserve order, arrived in time to drive them way When tr? crowd saw that no trains wore arning In and going out. they dispersed about ildnigbt, satisfied that for to-night the switch? men's srrike on tho Wabash had boen suc MSful. labor ORGANIZATIONS CONFER. Five hundred delegates, representing eleven adges .if the International Switchmen's Aid .moeia tlon, these lodges representing the em loyes cf twenty-two linea of road centring In 'hlcago. mot at the Croat Northern Hotel to ight v Grand Master Rarrett tntl lated that there was no reason why tho Switch ion's I'nlon should rally to tho support of the lallway Union. At 10:39 to-night th- confer ? began tho consideration of a resolution int membera of the switchmen's Mutual Aid issoclatlon rca-ignlzie tho strike begun by the .merican Railway i'nlon to tho extent of call ig out all the members of tho Switchmen's nlon. By a vote of 1?. to IM tho switchmen decided a take n , pa.-t In the strike. This is a great ? for the fa>ads. The engineers on the Chicago and Northwest rn also hell a mooting to discuss tho eas.** f the four engineers discharged for carrying -..- strikers' committee through tho yards. It as decided ti make a demand for their res? tatement, and to Strike in case the armand was ot aa ceded to. This, together with tho action iken bj tho Northwestern In ordering its train* ion to take the place of strikers, ls likely to -?suit in the complete tying up of that road. Two hundred brakemen on the roads out of tho olk-st. station, and 200 engineers and firemen i the Chicago and Great Western wer" either ade members of the union or affiliated with it us af tern .on, and all immediately J-lined the inks 'if the strikers. tion, at the Pilk-st. Station twenty hag lgemon walked out in sympathy with the Union ien. Seventy coachcleaners on the santa Fe, icludlng four women, also struck this af tern > n, Tho union officials are trying to prevent the asty action of the men, su.-h as characterised pt if the Burlington men to tie up that >ad last night, and for that reason are slow In suing ordv.-s. On the Burlington, Alton dd Fort Wayne one or two crows walked it without orders. Tho same trouble o*. ii-.-???! In the case of tho Wabash men this even* g. Because of this action a number of roads upon hlch strikes have been declared by the men lemselves, have really suffered but little l ie strik- being more In name thin in fact This ? the rn ls reported tied up this a- none of the cammttteea were In ructed i ? late : i-night >r t -morrow, be Pori Wayne is suffering st but ot it-; .-..;: 1-. alth'Ugh tho strike lu-- been de Bred in effect for twenty-four hain* past. At xteenth-et to-day the men were cut, but at her points orders were not served until to ght. Tn., game is trus of the R urllngt >n ani other roads, which ar.* reported ? ."'.'-l up, When only thro or four crews were titi i i quit ind the others were kepi a il - a; :' ir irders from uni an hes Iquarters. Telegrams were received from over 200 points i ? announcing to the Executive Board that ie men had struck and had tied up the yards The "Motion" yards were tired up this even* g. all yardmen, enginemen and signalmen titting work. Th.- signalmen and ndern "ii the Burlington als.- qu't without ders. The ? >i V cleaners aird par-repain : . and N irthern Paclflc who returned wi rk thia m irnlng were again Indu ? l ? ? te tl'.is evening. Th- roads comprising the Chicago General stingers' Association have opened headquarters the lb., ker) Building, where reports are r.*- j r-.i from the roads a* to tho progress of tho fht. An employment bureau ls also ere, snd Information of the doings of th*.* a.-.s... itlon la glv"n t.. the public. It Uv ihe genera*. in . n among rallr . id offlc >rs that tne Ami i iliwan Union In sttemptlng to tie up ali the .nis |n ihe United States that carn Pullman eplng . irs ami Incidentally those that do nBl is undertaken s herculean task. While it ls ii- that aimos' cv.i.v ri ad running Into Chi go is in a measure feeling th" disaffection nong its empl..ye* and losing much money ereby, it is equally true that s surf and de ri,iiii.d tight is being put up by the general sgalnst the boycott. \N OPINION PROM Ji iHiic CALDWELL I \ dispel li was received yesterday afternoon ths Bat ta Fe officers In tats city from rutted ' ale* Circuit Judge Henry S Caldwell, out :!.*g his position on the proposed fight of the nerlcnn Raliway I'nlon cn roads within the Continued on Foartb Pens, l ADJOURNED TILL FALL. A LET-UP IN THE INQUIRY. THE LEXOW COMMITTEE ANNOUNCES ITS DECISION. , ? -ork OF THR LAST BBSBBBS TiET<iT<E TIM ggCggg TOflB ri'SH-CART MEN AND FAII.MAKERS OPPMHSR) INSPECTOR WILLIAMS ANI) HOI..I.T WOOO WHISKEY. The LtSOW Committee yesterday hold Its laat session for tho summer. An adjournment was taken until September io. with the pp a.so that in case of an emergency the chairman might call tho Senator-: together again at an earlier dato. Police official* and members of Tammany Hali generally will doubtless be much exercised over ths refusal of ;t.- - gimfttfi 11 ."lt through? out Juli and August, Tho Polite Commissioners tried to force S ?? in tin inns session by deciding to hill an Independent Investigation themselvea Roth Mr. fl off and BtnAtOT Lexow pointed out that this action was due ta a desire to hamper tho committee an.l to make ||g disclosures In? effective. Mr. Ooff In an op piont address explained to the com ml tates that the best Interests of ps in v estimation demanded an Interruption In the Ba He said ll WOUld he difficult ta get witnesses in the summer. Mr. Nicoll, for the police tl, Isla asked that no adjournment be taker* until tho committee's entire task was finished. He said it was not fair that the cap? tains and others should rest under serious charges fop two months and a half without an opportunity to deny their guilt. Mr. L*XOW quietly suggested thst such sccusatlons had boen made for ten years without tho police chowing any anxiety to disprove them. Senator O'Connor remarked a day ir two ag*.: "Is there anything In the city 'har do*?s not have ta pay money to the police?" Mr. Ooff replied: ? livery ming has pail bur religion." In order to demonstrate how thorough were the police in ex? torting tribute from every form of business, Mr. Ooff yesterday brought in soma pushcart men who sold fruit anl nuts on the street and ?.->me .all-makers' from Bouth-St. On? pushcart man said 'hat he was constantly arrested until ho ar rang-ri with Wilson, the wara, man of the Church st. station, to pay $10 a month to th* police. Wil? son gav* him a rne-norandum which permitted him to do business at Barclay-St and Broadway anl whl*h shielded him thereafter from arrest. In the fall ho enlarged his business a little and therflfter h* had * pay tl') a month. Th.- persecution of the sallmakers was petty In Ita character, but lt shows that nothing promis? ing a profit is too small to escape the attention of the greedy police. Tho sailmak.-T* are ac? customed to use banners as signs, which project over th* sidewalk from third or fourth story windows. Taking advantage of the technicality of tho law. tho police were ac"istomed to arrest the,-.-* lallmakers and have them fined f_ ob ?ig tho highways. Now they all pay $S a year ta the police and they have ri i trouble. Patrick Ryan, a dealer In packing hoxes, at first denied absolutely tha- he had paid any money to the police fir ->bstn.rt!ng tho sidewalk, but when Check stubs wore shown to him marked, "For the captain" and "For the pc'lr.^'* ho admitted the truth Among others hv* impli? cated Captain Stophens..n. s testimony was given which tended to show thc. certain high polios officials, Inspect ir Williams being named, had been interested In selling i certain lira ni of whiskey, and had used th*> police force t> oompel dealers to buy it. in consequence of this the Wholesale .Liquor Deal? ers' Association was for.-n?d anl special legisla? tion was secured at Albany. For (tr'aftt of the tiamina'ioi nf wi'ntittt, t*? Pitt ll, BOTH MES THEE THRO TTS OCT. AN ACCIDEXT ON THEIR DRTVg TO FLEETWOOD PARK THOMA! Bl'RPORD BAD_J H'RT. Thomas Burford, a florist, forty-free yeats old. of No. IIB East F-rry-el.rvh-sf . was thrown out of his buggv yesterday afternoon While taking a drive to Fleetwood Park. Mr Burford, who is a member of the Fleetwood Driving Cub. was accompanied by Charles A. D.lge. of N'o. 341 Madlson-ave. They wer** speeding one of Mr. Burford'* fiat horses up M ' ive When passing One-hun Ired-and-sixty fifth-at., 'he animal shied, and ran the buggy against a large it hm on ihe side of ihe road. The buggy waa overturned, and both men were thrown out Mr. Burford was ha Hy bruised about the body, and h:s hip was dleiocated Dr. Johnson of the Harlem H*spital. at? tended tho injure I man. and took him to the hos pita, The physician said his patient weill be out in a few day* Mr Di lg* was not hurt. The horae was caught by a strange man, who brought lt home. AOAtXST THE BIEEEFB- tSLASB xrisAXCE. A mass-meeting Of citizens and property-oamers of the XXIXth and XXXtb Assembly districts was held at Loeffler's Hall, One-hundred-and* fa rt!-eight h-st. and Willis- a VS., last night, to protest against the dumping of city garbage at Hiker's Island. Ex-Assemblyman Jame* I. Wells was elected chairman, anl Anthony McOwen and Mortimer Mason were chosen secretaries. Ernest Hall. In the course of his speech, said that Illness had aire.'..ly resulted from the nuisance. Resolutions condemning tho nulaanca and calling for a committee of fifty to confer with the Mayor wera passed. Assemblyman Arthur C. Butta was ms le chairman of the committee, which wtll go before Mayor Gilroy this morning at ll o'clock. If immediate a.-tion is not taken the committee will _o before th- (.ran! Jury on Monda)- morning. VOX* SMALLPOX AT BTAFLBTOB. There were rive new cases of smallpox reported to the Boai l of Health of stapleton, s I, yesterday. The p,,- Van I'.uskirk. a well-known resident of Rai-st.. who attended John T. Oates while the letti r was suffering from the disease; Mlsa Annie Hums, two children In ihe Wln-ermeyer family, who live .apposite th-* Oates residence, and a young man named Hui lins, sf Tompk'.ns-ave., rOmpklnsvllle The psQeata have b*<?n sent to the j. int) pesthOUM The houses have be, n fumigated ind al! -he Inmatea vaccinated an! quarantined. '? ? th Ofllcer Theodore Wa leer, nf Edgewater, . * .- - . i i ii lama! ton advising every res; icnt of the village h be vac neted He wm be at ihe vii . 1 from I to 3 o'clock this aftern.i. n. ti at r.r,\ one who may wish to bc vaccinated. l'ho fi, ci i make sev?n In all whtch nave i topi i ai Stapleton alnce i>r Doty, of thia til) I the leland, and pronounce 1 the supposed .?hi n \t b ima'lpoa ADDS rr ri CoXOEESSMAX SETTLE. Thr* the Republican Club ot the xixta V-sen,--ly UstltCl gave a housewarming; on Thur*. lav night ll its COSS) quarters, N'o 320 West Fifty, ilnth-st. <"ener.il 0 H. l<a Orange presided. Tha ipsaksr of ths evening was Coagresssaaa Thoma* Bettie, of North Carolina, who la the course of the ?vening *..:!: "1 rejoice at the presenl I-epubllcen ictlvlty, bul I musl s.,v to yin Ki-publican* that he next campaign wi,, aol be wen by brae* b_n__ ind th. ii rks The MSI orgaalasd parly will win. I" ie l'en-o.r its are well organised You mu.t be too. Work, work together, Republtcaaa and in ism wa Kill relieve this Oovernmeni from Democratic mis ?nie .mai mismanagement ' tl. uri IV ."::ilth also spoke briefly, and then the lie.-tinK adjourned Among th.*' present were W W Oraham, chairman of thc XlXth District Or. -snixatiiiii. Charles v Lelb, Dr f a. (J ties __ a. ii) e|*s. diaries Hun- and VV K ltVike. ir ik crt: BICBASOSOU a or nrrr.TT. Leander Richard**!, who was arrest.**! for as* (.nilling John d' Suvu m. i; ,>,. c,.KhUn"? husband, n itu* lobby > t ths Madison Square T.-eur* on Mag >. was tried In the Court Sf Sue.il Sessions .venter lay aad Ma- acquitted. Justices Qrady, Rna and Meade heard the , Sullivan *iil Richardson t":.i told their stories fl J. Hatsel. W IX Stansbury and E. J King A*re witnesses In Sullivan's fivor. and \VtlU_ni "lansen and A. W. Martin t<-sttfted for Richardson The Justices consulted for a moment and found AlchardaoQ not guilt*.