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SIZE OF THE COTTON CROP.
THE GOVERN.MENT PLACK8 IT AT 9,088,000 BALES. i I THK I'lOLREStniTK IHKPON THK NEW-YORK CDT. TON _L_L_L_Btlfl IBIIBil-l OT TBB BBW ORLEANS BflUB M. B, NF.IL,- D-B/BBBMTBD BBBIBIHBII1BB ?>>?<!? of PflKflrBB KIONAI, HEAR OPERATIONS - DE TAIL8 OF. THB BJBPORT. The long-cxpected and oft-deferre.l Government crop report on cotton came out yesterday. It estl aaated the crop at r?USMK?i balea The repurt stat.-d thai up to January 1 the total movemenl of tha crop by ratl was a\MB,7B ba'.es. the aotlaaaled auan tity remalnliiK' ea Ihe plantatlona anl at Interior towns was 2.'?0,?39 balea; the eatlmated quantlty purchased by mills was BAJBB balea Thi M flgurea add'd laajathBf glve tlie e:<timate of 9.08S..XM bales. T!,- | MthaatO waa about what waa expected. anl. aa seen by reference 10 the retnarks of Atwood Vkalott, given below, the Government's eettsnata dto. tlmtly discredtta the estlmate of 10._T,'..i>*r bales put . ? b; 1!. M. Nefll, of Ncw-Orleans. some tlme BgO. Mr. Nefll la ln the cotton trade what Adllson Canmack la In the stock market, a profesaional b- ir of the m_M pronounced type. His estlmate j- usua.lv tbe club ustd by th?- Manchestor spi:i nors to kt.ock down prlces. so that theae llrltish aplnners ean l.ty in immense aupplies of Amerlcr-n cotton at prlcea below th.- coal of prodttotloa Tbe enorinoua aBeet of aaca Bgaraa as NettTa on the floathera ptantera .an readttp be *con. when one consi.l.-rs that theOB ttgarea are put out whlle the ootton is la thal Invtolbto poaltloa called the "plantera' handa," if btr. BeUl'a eetlmatea nre wrong. as ihey freejuently have been, th-- i tton gnrwer doea aol cet the benefll of the dtacounl of BeUl'a errora, for when th. crop has been about aaarketed, and the aetaal size 0f it is known posi tlvely. j<o that prlces rlse. the cotto.i has paaaed from the handa of the planters to those of Mr. Nelil and his frlenda. More than once tremendous BaatOrtal injury has un iuuhtedly been done to a viist accttnn ad thla country by the orofaeolonal bear aotlmatee put out early on the crop of cot? ton. whlle the Dritlsh splnners have reaped tbe Baraeflt later on. This aort ol Baaytag with toaded <li,f is largely raafoniflrll for the deap an.l bltter faohag maalfeated throaghool the South toward .Mr. Netil and his cotcrle of followers on the ex chaiiprs of the world. What the bondholdera and Btockholders. the arhoat-aio-eta and eotton-raloera of America hava bad lo pav for the prodlgloua op.rations carrled on in dBpreeelng actual valuea by auch men aa Nein ln New-Orteane, Cammach in Bew-Torb .nd Par drldae In Cblcago, lt ls almost bnpoeotble to i-x aKKcrat,? in flgurea flocb bear uetlea help to sfim uUite ihe growth of PopttUam la Amerlcan haua of togtolatlon Therefore, whoa the Oovernment brim?s out a cot? ton asthnale tbe bope ol all boaeat iradera la that it is a oorrcct oaa aad the beUef of every one is that. a. leaat. it l- bonoat. The eattaaate made y ? lorday is not generally belleved ... be entlrely c rr rect. but it ean atlll cntaln some errors and yet ? rr on th. akla ol rlght The crop B bellev - i b? tba cotton trade to bt uaderi ithaated in th.- report, an l conseqUentl> th. raporl had no *reat effect hera ln adv.in.-ing prlcea Uverpool cred'.ted the report, bowovor. lo aoaae eateat, and was atroag all day. Our market WOUM have foUoWed Liverpool. but for unexpectcd re?ipts of IM* balea of cotton dalayed In transit bv the storm. This number of bales ?wetted the total. and a slmllar condltlon which la aspeeted at New-Orleans to-morrow caused the market to recede. The New-York market opened at 2 to 3 polnts a<i vance on the strong f.-elimr abroad. bul rtoeed, for the reaaaaa gtvea above, al I to 5 P^inls nel *"? Th- total sales were fltflB bales. A tra.ier who ha i beea operattag on the buH aaid: "The hope for better prlces is not in Oovern? ment reporta. but in the piomised reduction of acrc __- and ln weather eondltlone." Two ceaoervaUve revlewa of the cotton altuation are printed b-low. Hubhar?!. Prlce & Co. aay: The feotare of the market to-day has been tha atr. nalh of Liverpool, coupled with th- aeaanesa "th* market. on'account of the rajbUcaUon O[the Oovernment Hur.au report. lt to reported, from abroad that the absence of offertaga ^? ^"g" cauaed the advance ln the forelgn n?*e*"rvwJ-,tV hera the attempt of the bareaui to arelumU > ??: r-iate the um-.ur.t of cotton < n the 1st of hetirnarx ?.aa not t-en recelved with credenee by the trade As they ihink it la impoaslble for any one to tell accura-'-iv the number of bales remalntng on the pantatlons on the lat of February. and .lu- flgurea _v.n are bo utteriy al vartoaea wlth tne movement of he crop to market. the entlre estlmate is therefore no trustc 1. If. bowever, the report: proy-a to be correct. It wou'.d certalnly reault ln a aharp advance ln prlces. but as the trade bellevea Ihe crop fs to be between S-.5un.O0O anl 10^000.000 ba e*. the pub ficatlon of an eatlmate of B.1O8.O00 naturaliy fall* flat. At the tlme that the bureau report waa belng wad. informatlon was recelved that tne r*iidw,. at Balt - more this- week would probably be u.oxi r.aie*. ani Sa reault was to break the market some 3 to 4 polnts from the openlng prlces. There la however. Rt i* or no dlapoaltlon to antlcipate a further de clirie aa tbe approach of the plantlna tim* I* ao cloae' fhat most operators prefer to awalt develop. ments as to the reduction in the aereage. Atwood Violett & Co. Bay: Uverpool dld better to-day-U* polnts-but with o't Improvement ln the character of thelr apot_bual. neU There was at. advance here of 2 pojnta but thev'wer" k.st. and decllw l 3 below yeaterday. l^ie" ,.r - , _pl ?- I Bure ... report fefi very flat. an I the abaur-lty of it. inaamucb as the crop'???*": Baated at 9..*38..<* baies. caused a decluie 'nstead of aii mprovemer.t. Texas ls eatlmated by th. Bureau SU^Mo'and yet un to January B. eaeordlnaTto the o?clal flgurea of rtocretary Beeter, of the N ? Orlcans Exchange. there ha-1 come into a ght of the Texaa crop to that date 2.7*1.000. or within 44,i?JU balea of the above-mentiom-.l estlmate. Aa we ?ail yeaterday, the Bureau'a crop wlll be ln'slsht by May l& whlle Liverpool will certalnly not advance on BUCh flgurea as the t; ,vernine..t ha-- aiv.-n it* Indoraemanl of. at ihe same tlme i.v-n ahould not decllne, becauae whlle such an eatlmate flnls no cre-lence. Burope may aay they are otti.iai flxurts. anU mav be 800.C00 or tWOOll bales out of tlie way. The reporl throwa dtocredit on eatlmatea of 10,00.000 minimum. For OUraelvea w* feel more dlaposed to take the lon? slde of cotton. even wlth th>- movement. whlch contlnue* on a large rcale. and lt rather seems to Uf that wh?-n the losa ln recelpta does begm lt wiu r... emphasired more stronxl.v becauae of the amount that is comlni? into alg-t dally and w.-ekly now. There ls nothlna;, In our oplnlon, to warrant an estl? mate of 10.000.unn bale? to come Into sight by Sep tember 1 next. On the contrary, we are incllncd to thlnk that estimates of 8,600.000 to I.TtABBJ arlll soon be popular. We rather thlnk there Is a feellna here to-dx.v to tnke m"re moderate vteara of the size or the crop. and If this fee'.InK should becom.- current on the other el-le better prlcea wlll soon be la < rdei The port movemenl to-day was *weile<i at Baiti more by 15,000 bales. doubrlesa due to necumulatlons dunnir tha recent Btorm. Port recelpta to-day. XI 500 naralnst l\V*> last year. and ix,!'>0 this date In is:<2. ThO Bureau report ln full ls aa follows: Washlngton. Feb. 12?The statemetits furnlshel the department bv the varioua rallvay and water tranaportatloti con.panies, of cotton movementa to ports ar.d Northem and Kaatern polnts. from b. Kliir'nic of aeason to January 1. !*!*>. toai-ther wlth ret.in.s made by the departmeat'a country aRi-nts of the amount of cotton remainini; on plantations aud Interior towna on January 1. *nd the amoutits reported by milis a* boujchl from Keptember 1 to .lanuary 1. -low as follows: Kallwav inovemeni from North Carollna. 8a7.1<>, rcmaining on plantations aml interior towns, 1ft.. M; boaght by mllla. 109.633; total crop, B*tlT. Hailway movement from South < arollria, M...M: .-emjiinlng on plantatlcn. etc, U6.S74; bouBht by mills. IBvMI; total crop. 787,808. _--?.. ?__.?,? ltitilway movement from UeorKia. .i...020. remaln Ink- on plantutlonB, etc. 2S3,4S*S; bought by mllls. llft;Sr_; total crop, 1.151.460. IUllway movement from Florida. W.771; r.-matnir:? on plantations, etc, 5,805; total crop, 45,63. Rallway movement from Alabama, 530.O.1; oa plantations. ata,. 2CS.r>i>; bou?ht by mt.ls, 9.6^.; total crop, !Ci.7P>. __ MO Hailway movement from Mlsalsaippi. 84..228; on rlantations, etc, 270,370; bouKht by mllls, 9.6^.; oial crop. 1,127.2?n. Hailway movement from Loulsiana, 668.1^.: on plantatlona, etc, 151,334; bouuht by mills, 6.U.-; total crop, 7X.IS1 Hailway movement from Texa?, tMB,Blt; on nlan tatlona. <tc. 811.86B; bouarht by ir.ll.s, 3.644. Total crop. 2.8U.C53. Hailway movement from Arkansas, 468.332. on p'.ar.tatlon* etc. 1&C.24S; bou^ht by milla, C3C. T#ta: crop.?C65.2l7. Rallway movement frona Tenneaaee, -."V'.ISS*; on plantatlona, etc, 43,312; bouKht by mllla, 11,1*1. Total crop. 303.911. RaJlway movement from Indlan Terrltory an.l OkUhorna. flUBt; on plantat! ins, etc 22,7i*J. Total Crop. H2.281. Rallway movement from Mlasrirl. 20,042; on plan tation>, etc, 5.728. Tot il crop. i",,770. Rallway movement frotn Ylrglnla, 10,827; on plan tatlona, etc. 2*a. Total crop, 11.125. I' llway movement from Kentucky, 1.657; total erop, 1.657. Rallway movement from Banaaa II; on planta ,.< n. BJ, Total crop, B Total rallwav movement. 6,545.72*; rrm.ilnlnt; on ilanrationt-. et... 2,080,739: biURht by mll:s. IBI.533. Tot ii crop, 8.088,00a No deductlon has b-en made of cotton remalnliiK on plantatlona and In.'erior towna on September 1, im. fr. addltlon to the above mlll purchaaca are to be add d 8,188 balea bouaht bj- Alr-.bemi. Georgla. North anl South Carollna mllla from flUtea IB which thelr mills are not ocnted; als >. ll.w, bales boulbt b? VlrgtafaT7nd 8.B5 balea bougbl by Ken tScky mllla afl of which are l;.cl.?Ie.1 in the ru. - way movement. making c. total of 4i>3 2...' 1 ait s ri portexl to the Southem m.b- aa boujcht from hep tam. er I. 1801, 10 January 1. 18 ? Th.. flgutea ln th- ahow- report are eul. .-. . i revUion In tho flnal Apnl report o. tl.epart "Ihe proportion of tbe cro-i foiwarded to rnarket up to Pebruary 1. ar.d whi.-h is therefore no longei la the handa of producera or In the amaller towns, t!< la ahown by the conBolidated returna of^correapond oata to be 89.9 per cent. leavln* 10.1 per <ent atlll ln the handa of producera or in thoae of local mer ' Vh^per cent by Statea la as follow;*: North faro Una B7i South Carollna. 91: Georgla. 94; Hortda, l:, Alabama. 91: Miasiaelppi. **; Loulatona ?; Texas, Bl; Arkansas. Mj Tennesaee. BJ- Ind an Ter? rltory aml oklahoma. 8S; Missourl, \irgln1n, Ken tu.-kv and Kansas. K7; averace. 89 9. LoBBIll from inse. ts have been small. Mi**l*alppl. Houlalaim und Texas reportlnir loss to some ex "?n'ie propcrtion of lint lo sced rangc-s from 29 to "i& ner cent; average, --'??? _ "The avernge date of < loaing plcklng araa Doeeav Tbe quallty of the preaent crop Is allchtly above an avernge._^^_ FVNERAL OF DR. TAYLOR. [MPRBflSIVfl skhvices AT Tlis PORMBB CHURCH. MANY ivkm,KM >WB PBOPUO PBBBBBT BB. BTOBUura THiiun: Tn Hii bebobt. Beldom has the Broadway Tabernacle heM a great er throng than that which assembled in Ihe well-known church al IB a. m. yesterday. the hour appolnted for the funeral of the Bev. Dr. WUUaiB |f, TayVor. The large attenda_.ee ahowed how gen eral was th- ktve for the man who bad been paator of the church for twenty yeara and more. and Who had been retlred as the paator emerttua after b's k?ng aervlce. Th. death of ihe belaved aalntoter on Prlday had been a btow to many of tha Ohrtotlan men an I women wb . wem to th.- church yeaterday mornlng to pay the laat trttflite of reapoct to hla .,. raory, and they talki i ln aubdued lonea about his wonderful powera as a pulpll oralor, his unfall? Ing aympathy wlth th- membera of the c ingregatlon and th* old and comfort whl h had been derlved from hla advlce. Many of the ctorgymen In the clty attended tba funeral, nnd amOBg them were the Rev. Dr. l'nrkburs: and the Rev. Dr. ColUer. Imong the laymen wera aa-Ooveraor Cornell, Charlea St wart Bmlth. Herbert G. Thompeon, Bltofl H Palne, Cephai Bralnerd, Jr.. J"hn B. Farwe'.l, Prederlch K. Trowbrldge, Bdwln F. Trlpp, F. Bur :.?!. Otla, Aaaoa H. Btephena Baberl K. Rogew, Claranoa vP. Bowen, Robajrl A. Bands, Lefferta fltrebelgh, Edward F. Browntog, Bamllton 8. Oor don, Charlea L. Bead, WUllam O. Batea, Peter Almqutet, Charlea .-:. Bruce, J. W. Clendenln, Dr. Aleaander Delto* Ollver B. Coraa, Charlea A. Dur Ing; K. Van Vollcenburgh, Dr. Bdwla F. Ward, i>r. Luclen C, Warner, Oeorge B. Swift, Dr. John s. Warren, Dr. A. I. Northrup, Dr. Wllllam B, flea m.ns and .loshua M, BTlltcomb. The platform. on whlch Dr. T:>yior had been for M aaany yeara tha famillar flgura, was dtaped in btech and'almost hldden i>y floral oflerlnga and In front of lt was tho ,-oflin. eovered with black .-loth. In the seats reeervod for membera of the famlly were the sons of th- <|ea I | BOtor, t'. phfis, John S.. \\'HUam, Jamea an.l Alb.rt Taylor; his daughter*. Miss Isabel M. Taylor and Mrs. RobCrt Lv BaltlaBd, and Mr. Balttond. The pallbearera wer.- th.- trus leaa aad deaooni of the rhurch?Corneiius N. Hliss, Caleb B. Knevala Joel K. Fisher. Batthew C. D. Borden, Irvtng n. Ptoher, Dr. willlam B. Thomp aon, Aaatln Abbott, Henry C. Houghton, Henry W. llulihurl. Augustus (Jsylord. Charles Whlttemore, Ludea C. IVarner aad hUcbard A. Doraaa. Th- Bervlcea were conducted by the Bev. Henry a. fltbai ii, paator of tbe church, aaatoted by t..e Bev, Dr, btarvta H. Vlnoent, the Bev. Dr. Thoanaa fl. Haatlaga the Bev. Dr. John Hall, the Hev. Dr. A. H. Oapp and tho Bev. Dr. BJchard fl, Storrs. Dr. Btorra dellvered the ad,lrt-rs. The cho'.r of the church aaBg as a proceaalonal. wh-n the cefltB was borne into the church, the new anthem by Uunt. "I Heard a Volce," and afterward "o Paradtoa" arranged hy C B. Hawiey. ln w> Aea wlth the Wlaaf of Dr. Taylor, expres?e.| aome yee/s aso, three byenaa lapreeelva of hi* per Boaal faltb were iung. They arere Watts'a hymn. beglnntng "How aad our stat.- by aature to"; Mad j r*i ". ih. could I apeah the matchtoaa worth." and Mr Coualn'a "The aanda of tlme are alnktag. ln his eloquent and tou.-himr eulogy. Dr. Storrs Bpohe of tha llfeworb of Dr. Taylor. of hl* noblllty of cbaracter, hla alngleneaa of purpoaa and llferlona devotlon to tbe cauae of the Baatei He apoke ol his labora ln the rhnr.-h In his nai.v.- Bcotland and Bll h- bad aecompllahed durlng the laal tw nty-three yeara ln ;...- tona of bla adoptlon In coonectlon wlih varloua nalaalona notahly the mlaalon to ih>- 'i . and as manager on aeveral occaMona of the Am r - can Tract Boctety. He also referred to th.. beauty sjld depth of Ceejng Of Dr. Taylor'a rellgloua wrlt ing* and th- >?;. gance of hN pulr.it utti-rance?. After the aervleea the pallbearera aroee, and then the people walkel BaOWW and revuently psst th coffln 10 take a last lo.k at the face of tha dead This scene was nartlcularly affectlng. and many w..men were unable to BUpprcea thelr t.-ars an I ba I to be led away, The last to look oa th<- dead fnr* were the pallbearera and tbe membera of the famlly. Th.- burial arrangementi were ln eharge of TViiliam Iv-s Washhurti. Th.- body was taken by tra.n to Woodlawn. where th- burial was in the famlly plot. THE DECl.ISE IS OOBDAOB. F K. Sturgis. pr.-ailent of the l'nlted State., Cordage Company, sald yesterday that he could glve no reason for the deeiine of the common and pre ferred sto.-k ln the last few daya. He sald the benr attack on the stock was njt justlflel by ihe 'ondi tloa of the company. "The talk of a recelvershlp," aald Mr. Sturgis. "a all nonsense. We have only seven credltors In the world and they an all aecured wlth ample mirglii It is untrue that the asvesament pald bv th, ??' 1 Btoehboldera ls all aiped oat. I Bbowed by my reporl up I i Deeember :il last thal about tJUOAW ot the assessments -that ls. of th.- rapital bad beea u*--- i u;> in iipinaaa becauae wa had noi mada any muiey. That loss haa rlBce been *light:y lncrea?ed becauae wa are stlli aol m.king mon.-y. i >ur worh Ing caplUl at the start conalatad <>f B.ltf,e_iX? ln caah, ll _**.,'.aii.01 ln merchandlse and BJ47.BO M in book lei.t-, since coltocted, nnd tecurltlea. lf there is a revlval <>f bualneaa lt arlll h.ip aa or courae. At preaent ??? are aelllna a laig-i quantlty of goods, bul on the orlglnal coat of the materlal there Is no profli In the bualneaa done. Then ls. h,.w.-. r. no jnstltlcatlon for the prlcea at which our aecurltlea were i ild on the Bxehanga yesterday. For Inatance. at vi- terday's prlces al] our s.-, uritles, lf th-y had ii ;he mark< t. could bava been bought f..r $;,., ,000?-thal ls. putting the bonde al par. whereaa ,,ur total capltalutatlon, in round tigun-s, is hi.vjo, 000."_ Blira AUTHiR IS MOPBBB FOBTBY, Mrs. Abby Baga Hlchardson eadod her ciiirs-- of leeturee <>n "The Arthurtoa Ramaaco*' al the Berhe. lay I.yci-unI yesterday afternoon, BBeah-Bg on "The Arthuriaa Boaaaaea in Modern Poetry." After a fCW remarha nn the paychologlcal splrlt of BtodK rn llterature and Its influen^-.- on tha traatmeol of Iha legenda Bhe began the conalderatlon of partbular autbora with Btobop Beber. Th.- "King Arthur" <.f Edward Bnlarer Lyttoa ahe riKhtly charaetarlaad aa of Importanca only becauae of the reputation of tht author, and n >t at all bOOaaee of Its use, or. ra-'ier, Its utter n.glert of the le^en^s. The "Tri.-tram" of afatthew Arnold was compared wlth that of Swin burne, anl th.- "Tristar, .:.! l-.ld." of Itl.harl Wagner. and the po.-mx .if Wllllam M..rrls were .- n ,-i l.i-l briefly. A iHige i,>iuoii of the le. ...i", of courae. ha i io be devoted to Tennyaona "Idyla of the Klng" Mr.-. Rlchardaon r.-gr. ts that Bbake arpeare dld not choo*.- a subj.-.t for a play r'.in the legenda of Arthur. and r'he yet hopes lOf a Iner poetlcal expreasloii of the stories than haa 1.xi glven to th.-m. Due all iwaiwe belna mad.- foi all the poaatbte fa'.ilnga of Tennyson. this la still 'i bold hope._ HOCKST1U cril.TY OV AS*Arj,T. After tlisposing of a mlnor eaaa yeaterday morn? lng. the attentlon of Part I of the Court of Oen atal Sesslona waa occupled wlth the caae of Max Hochstlm, the Kast Slde polltlclan, who flgured unpleasantly o.-foie the l.cxow Inveatlgatlng Com? mittee in connection with the glving of ball in the Ksa.-x Market PettOB *'ourt, arul who was ladlcted for the xssiiulting of Henry Fr.-udenthal, a Oerman ;iew*paper reportor, on the mornlng of September 18 last. The courtroom waa BUed wlth Kast Sldera" and ward polltlcUns. Ihe ? ilstrl. t-Attorney'a ..lll. .- was |apreeenlOtl by Aasistant Dlstrlct-At torney Towliaend. Frlend & House defended. Colo? nel Towaeead, IB opening, told the Jury of the unprtivokel and unwarranle.! aasault made by the defendar.l Upon tha complalnant in front of the RtMj Market. merely because the "Staats-Zelt ung." by whom Mr. Preud.-nthal was employed U ihe eapaelty Of reporter, had been printlng artlclea about Hochstim to whlch he took ex ceptlon*. The d.-fendant. ColOBel Townaend aald, dlt nol kii.-w who was the writer of the artlclea. Henry Kreudentha., the complalnant, told the Jury that he hud gone to the Ksaex Market Pollce Court oa the mornlng of S.-ptember 18, In the regu lar diaoharce of hla dutlea, and that aa he came out ana was passing m front of an Iron ralllnK on the Ksaex-*:. *..!.- of lh.- l'oli.e Court, the de fer.dunt. whom he knew o.ily by reputat on, selied him, und tbrew him vlolently aaainst the Iron fence Hochstlm then giabbed him by the throat and attemptcd to liit him, but hc thrcw up h.s arm and warded off the blows. The dcf*ndant took the atand ln hla own behalf He deacrlbed the allege 1 asaault aa related by his counsc; and denled that !i<- had attempU-d to ?trlk. Freudenthai. When asked by Colonel Townaend ln what, way his ch.ir.ict.-r had In.-n assalled by the newspap. r. he eou'.d not re.nembfr. Tne cav ? waa glven to the jury after a brtef chaijtr. Ju.iti.-.. Cowing told the Jury that the mere laylng of han la on tbe Oatnpl ilnant conatituted an assault In the (-y. s of ihe '.aw. The Jury. aftor beln*,' out three hour* anl a half. entered the room wlth a verdict of guiily of aasault ln the thlrd degree. The maxlmum p.-na.tj- i* one year ln tbe PenTten tlary or a flno of U.OOO, or both. POLITICS IN THE COURT JUDGE MARTINE BEFORE THE ORAND Jl'RY. itnxM cowata ani. obwbbal b_bbioi_ attend ants who nWBM UQCOaVD*Al.MB P. I. ..?when. a YOBMB* i:mi'I?ye of THB rocRT, rnxa ma BxrammHcaa, Jodga Martlne. of the Court of O.-n-ral :Sesslons. waa a wltness before ihe February Orand Jury ye*. ?.r, ., || was known that he had a bundle of dOCU menta tn hi- iwaaeaaloa wben be entered the Jury room. bul the nattire of hls testlmony waa not Indl ,.,i'i The jury reported to Judire CoWlng ln the alWnoon. but made no presentmetit to JBdtoata a reault or its toveetig-tloa of the court. There was a small bat.ii Of indhtments whi-h were s..id to be of amall laiportanca. AmonK the attaadaaU in the Coarl af <..?.,.r.i sessions who ara aaM ta rwra tbelr app_Btaraaata to ludge 1'owii.K are flve men who are liquor-dealera or have been llquor-dealers untll recently. Pet. r Sea man hi.s baaa the pnprtetoe or tba "Whiie House."'ln Centre-st., near the Crlminnl Courta Building, bul there has b. en h report that he hnd sold out his Interest in the place. Wllllam F. Dev Hn has been a saloon-ke.iper and B hen-hmati of PoUce Commlssloner Sheehan. Alcxund. r Mc4}ueen and MI. hael ?.iiinn are sr.lo.n-ke.pers. and yulnn ke.ps a lodxInK-house. .)..hn n'lt.llly wns a llquor. dealer. Tbcra have baaa r-ports that some or the ntteniants were r.tnin.i in thelr poMtKma in the court oaly an araa-tbai tbat tbay Hrtaed T_Buaany Hall. .ludis'e CoWlag hns i. nied lhat Ba was con trolied by Taauaaay Hall ln th-' Mlectten of attend anta Th" reporta gl4 addltloaal int-r.-st to ihe .ollowtag letter, wiitten by ;. retaran who araa one of the attcndant* at the court: To Ihe Kditor of The Trlbune. Blr: J.iii!- Cowrlna, ln hta ebai_e t> tba Or.nd .lurv. Btated tbat "for tba fbral tbaa polltlca has in raded th- rita lel of Jusi!.-.." Let au Btata how polltlca Invaded tbe riUdel of Joatlee wben Judge I Cowlnir. souitht and recelved the nominatlon of Tam- . many Hall for hla BUCOBd term. ani ut the dtCtatJon af TBmmany n.n turned out coarl ..flicers who I had seiv. i far yeara and wboae oaly oaTaaca waa I that th.x- wer- member* Of thfl RepuWIeBB party. | I was appotatted coarl attandaat of tha Court of | Oeneral Se?c|0ns by Judge Cowlng, tw F-bniary < l, \m. and auch appolntmenl w ib glt b lo aaa on lha recommeni.tion of tbe Republlcan orsanlsa tlon or m> Aaa mi.iv dbrtrlcL i am ? ?/eteran of tba j late war. an.l past c .mninn let of A-lfini OaBB Poat, , o. a. n. F..r nearly alevea yaara i acrred aa such court attend.int, .ind durlng that pertod .of tlme. wlth Ihe kn.iWle.l-_e ani approbatlon of Jodga Cawbtg, i waa aa actlve rnemberof th.- Republlcan partv. Frequt-ntly I BBtrad BJ B Bt?B_*M Of Ibfl County Commlttee. and alao aa datrgate or alternata to conventions. < ?n all Of tbooa OCCOMtOOM, when I deslred leave of abaenca, Judge Cowtag alwaya p?r mltted me ta go, baMttae be kaew of aad waa bv tereated in tbe ..b|ect of my abaeace Durlng Ihla pertod of yeara i aonred oa Blectlon Day, a; every ?Congreaa election, ;.< eblef aeputy-Bamrahal IVtb As*. mbiv Dietrkrt. Tba facl in.' I waa ap B ntrd aad atnred aa Back waa well kn-.wn t. JaOge Cowtag, an i n i objectkm waa ma le by hlm in the month of Jaly, IHa, n-*Corotvit Joba Nu aent. m eonverflatloa with ma al tha Barga OfBce, told me tbat it waa all arraagi I lhal Jadge Cowlng waa tx Ket tba Tammany n II nomiaatlon tbat fall ani th.it he h.vl BgTB?d to turn Iba Republl cans out of hls court and aive th- ptncea lo Tam many Hnii in tba early part of Ortober of the .im. vear Judge Cowlag ealk 1 ma ap ta the bench one day. and told me he bad beaa on the outlng of a Daaaot ratk i " *** Kn"1 BW* preced.nR dav. aad that ba bad Bad many rrl-n Ifl thr-re who told him how i.ar i l waa worklbg f r hlm; hc aaM "Pat, keep m i ? ''? ' eleetion. ani U Taaamaa) Hall ? - " * Boaalaata me i wlll aaan evei : . . r x .. Ihel ?" ' ?"?", tlon ani in the Republkran C imty Coaventlon. of whlch l waa a membar. there wa? a bltter Uon io .i ida C ahaa raeaivlag tbt im ? nomlnai -? "';'? **** h" **** 1:1 " w rli T imm inj H i On october H. IBM, Jobn V Carroll, Ibe newli' ap Mlnted clerk of the court from Tammany Hall. '..,'., for bm ani ask.d ma If I waa a Cartad Btal ? deputymarabaL I loM kba, "Taa- Ha Bald: l ,,???'? certlfy thla pnyr. U wlth raar aame .... li , Mk( i hlm why. aaytng tbat I had ?_ SUch every ear alnce l had beaa .-? ot in offlcer, ind thl. judge Cowlng knew It Ha, aald aa would nol crtifv ta i?. aaya il un n raa - lam ' " **** ' *** f'""w; tfr: Sew-T irk, Kavamber :. IBJ8. Ti,.\r Mr || .,..,..Men.. Wlll Y****** ** *** Tiatmany Club room. No. W^J.WrR.'l Frlday oveair*. N .vember 4 ; ;;;,-;?.., . ' , rhairmai. of Oeaeral t_*9B4B4lttaa. i did not call hi th- Tammany Club rooma aad took nu ...ii'. of 'he letter Oa Blectlon K.y l OBTved aa uaual, aa Chlef Deputy t'nlted Btatea M,rahal ' ? ll " &** b"ln?f ;i ******< "' ' "r' was held, <? .naequentlj M t ao tlma fi mi ? irl , conttnu i ' en aa coiirt offlcer untll ?? of November, wh.n i called upon Judga Cowlna ln his rbambera i aatd to hlm: "Wbal la tbere about Mr. Carroll Bendlag for a*a"" rla *? . ?O'Brlen l think Iba Cirrporatloa Counawl haa _?i you lacbaJcally." 1 a.-.id. "i.. wbal reapectr He aaldi "in referen.- la baHai ? aapaty marsbaL i .... i t , btm: 'Why. roo kaaw Ibal I araa .< rk marsh;.! ever slnce I have I.n fl t rUH .>th ? r, ? alternata yar. wh.n th. itapubUeaa aarty deelred my servics, aad >"i' aavar objacted to n " H? re. piiei, "I ..... rery aorry." H- alao aald: "My wlf? aald to me tbla raoralag lhat it ?,.s better to ba bora iu. kv tbaa rlch. if I di i nol i?l tba Tammany li.i nominatlon. you aaa 1 woaM hava goae lown wlth :>?? ship" i aald: "Ia tbat all th- notlfication | getr* II . 1 "I don't know of any other, ..I, I I bil hlm K'.od- l iy. Ob IbB aaal day i rtcalvad 'he roliowlng notlce: New V..rk, November .1. IM. To Mr. Patrlck I "I'Brlen. You ar- herehv notlflad that your s.-rvnea aa an o!h>or or attendant ot the i'..url ..f Oeneral Bea aions of the Peace wlll nol ba further re.p.ir.i oa and after the 1st dav of December, IBaT anl n JAMES F1TZOERALD. Juilge Oeneral Beaalona RUfUfl B. COWINO. 'itv .llliira. PRKDERICX IMTTH, Itecurder. The JudK'* who slcneJ thla notlce were the juiKps who were understood by all the court offloarfl M the Jiidklal "f-ombin.?" lhat ran the curi. _] aalary waa lafaaad for lha aaoatk of Novata bar, aad i bad ta Baa for it. la laal suit, ln the Bupreme Court, the queatlon araa rabatd rn.it ba. eauai i had a45lad aa h l'nlted lutaa Deputy M..r ahal, I had f.rfeltel mv rlRht to the sn.u.y. ani the Judgfl thr.-w the Bafaaea oal af aaan and dt ractad a verdlet ln my favor. That caaa was ap pealed to th.- Oeneral T?rm, and the Oeneral T.-nn haa afllrmed the Jinlamei.t. I waa not the only Ilepuhllcan dlaihargad hy .TudRe t'owlnc on aceount of hls nomlnat'.on by Tammany Hall and 10 make plBCBB for Tammany Hall men. There were alx oth.rs. I was reanoved to make room f'.r "Pat" IUvver's man. MlCbael Qulnn. who k-pt a flve-c-nt l444__dM*bOttS? at tha corner of I'e'.l and Mott atn.. and who now kaapfl a Hqaor aMaaa at the sam" pla.e, and who hoasls that h< BBUa a g\nnn ot b.-.r as l.iri,'.- >s a plng hat. This is tha man ?)? i aaaaulted a Oood <"? iV4rrnment t'lub delegate al Iba pollrng-p_ca of his dtotriet on one .,f th* r.-iclHtriiiion days at Ust election, and ehargea were preferred agalnat hlm to the Qrand .Jury, but by I mli' mc.ins an li:di"tment waa pre vet.te.l. * .lohn Mlller, a v< teran. hi. 1 a Xlllth Aaaembly DIh trict Republlcan, waa dlacharged by Judge Cowlna to make room for "Mlliv" Devltn, a pr-.tecf of Poii.e Commlasloner Bheehan, an.l keepar "f the bar in thfl Orand Opera Houae. I'ef Se.una.i. another BppointM of Judge COW im kept a lUiuor-atore rlRht opposite the court, and wlthln a few days waa t.d I by .lui?e Cowlng th,.t he woald have to !,?<?> out of It or raatgn hls place In the c.urt. as thlnirs w.re K'ttinK too BOt. One of the it.-piibiicans dlacharged by Judge Cow. InK about the tlme I was dlscharifed w.is nat.iel John Phllllps. He had rn-en orlrlnall. iippoiuicd by .luiRe CowdPK on the recommendation of the Republlcan district organlaatloD of whi.-h ax-Cor ?ner Nugent waa the |ea ler. When Phllllps re cfivei hls notlce of diamlsaal he ran to John Nu Kf-nt a-lth It. John Nllgent, In the n.ean tlme, had Jumpel Into Taniinant Hall. and he told Phllllps to do the ?ame. Phllllps dld Joln Ihe Tammany Assoclatl.n In John H.-illv'* dlMrlct, and In a we.-k or ao Mr. Carroll, the chlef <ierk. sent for hlm and asked hlm if he had hls notlce of removal ln hls pocset Phllllps produced lt. and Carroll told hlm he wa* relnatated becauae he waa a veleran. I'p to that tlme no questlon had been r_aed about hla belna a veleran; he almply had Jolnel Tammany Hall. Had I eompiled wlth the notlfication to Joln Tammany Hall, I would alao have heen relnstat.-l This transactlon wlll show the cxtent of Judae Cowlna's truth and hontstv when he said to the Orand Jury "I helleve you will flnd that In thla court polltlca ha* never had any away." As a matter of fact. every appointment that wa* made durlna my tlme waa h.i.-.l oa polltka, and lt ls a. notorlous fact that the (.olltlclans who were seek lng favors for thelr frlenda under lndlctment ac cu*ed*r>f crli^e, thronaed the court-rooma and corrl dora and even the Judaee' rooma. Slnce Mr. Carroll haa been there H baa baaa a baen^tber^er or Ojadfl^. jUM Jh;.'.;;'- > had noi a< much pull or were not f^^!;^n,N No. 1-21 Madlson-at.. New-Vork, Feb. 11. 1S95. CBBTIFICATB or WXTMRBtOS FIIRK T...: Brfl-BOPOblTAB arTTUBCT uxiiavay COMFA*. n gpoa-a kinniv; rfa cAaWJi to tha KOBTH-JtB ll.'lM'AIiV Ofl TBB CTTT. ' Albany. Fob. It-The MeWUtan fltraet Ball ?., i-ompary o. N>w-York Clty t-day flled wlth th.- S.-, re; .rv of State B certlflcate of ext.-nslori of n-i im.-- The route* of the new branehea are: He gtaalng al Oiie-hundred-ead-elxteenth-et. and Man hattaa-ava, north. rly along .\Ianhatlan-a\e. tn St. Nichoias-avr... to KlngabrMge Road or Bgoadway, acroas the brtdge ovef the ahlp caaal and the brtdga ov.r Bpuyten Duyvll Creeh to tbe nortberly llne of the cltv; ai-o from th- junctlon of the Klngsbrld^e Road wltb i:ieventh-ave., or the Boulevard, al One. i?M- ii-,,|-an.i-sixtv-nin!h-:-'t.. tbence Boutherly along Bi.ventb-ave or the Boulevard to One-htmdred-and twanty-flfth-at. to Amaterdam-avei ?>?-'' ';''. ?1,f Klngabrldge Road, Eleventh-ave.. or the Boulevard .aorVfand a?ao*froni Onlhun IreXu f;Xr-flfth st an. St Blcbolaa-ave. aaaterly along nn.-i. .n ,ii;.ll)n.l-for.v-nft-.-t.. to ?he Harem Itlv.-r. anl weeterly to Elevenih-ave., or th" Boatovara ..- ?? ?? //nr 8B0T FROM BAtOB 8BAFEX thi: CHIB* BXBCI TI\k OP BtTTHBRfDRO VBTOBfl A IUI.I. OP BPBCIAL COI BBBfc AM'KI'. S..N PRICB AM' BABBB BBBIOUB cBABOBfl aoanrg- him. The meeting of tlie Morough COO-Cfl of Huth.-r forl N 1 W-1S ??"I'vene.l on Mon.lay night by a meaaage Hom Mayor Hhafer. ln whlch he v-t.1 a 1.111 of BBJ whi.-h the Councll had ordered to be Mld to Anderson Hrl.e, speelal OOUnaol to the boroiiKh for BCVVlcea ln collectlng ba.k tax.-s and aaaeaamenta du. from th- ciark. Kaymond *k Haatlnga eatate. The Mayor allowed, wlthout his approval. varl <i< it-nis l.i other part* of the same bin. but.' in regard to aame ..r th.-m. s.id "they are aateaaonably In exceoa of f-tir compenaatton fnr the s. rvl.es r. nlei-l." In c.nnectlon wlth the v.to. ebleh the Hayoi Juatlfled by BUtlag thal Mr. Prlce bad aJroad] recelved pay for all hif aervlcee in tbe aaatter, Mr, Bbafer Baahea tha followtag aerloua eharge agatool tha apectal coaaael: ??li- prop - i lo -l.unaal for theae debtora that. if bo would n'! blm (Prlce) to gettlng thia money, be would eharge Ihe borougb f'-'V.. and ...it of thal ?'." pay him pea," The "rounaaH for tbeaa debtora" mentloned la Captaln Addtoon By. a promlnenl tocal Demo? .-ra:. whlle Mr. Prlce la pr.-sid. nt of tbe Demo Boclety of Rutherford. The Mayor atoi , iida tbru-t at tha i oUtli al alda ? I the ?. ?? - i bj aaying ihat Prlce. "within leaa thaa a nreeh aftev hla ippolntment, male tha atatement thal ba araa rerj aaatoua to i oll ? l the i ,- ad d Hi Itaga -. ? unt al once, b ll . mid be Bucb a good card for the Democratlc parti In tbe aprtag." The reto rnda with the foi loaing atrona tonguage ?I ihlnh l have atati i enougb to convlnre any man lhal th's bill shoul-l never be pald, lhal there i* not on* h..urs boaeai v\..rk to aupport lt, that Ihe Intereata of the homuarh demand Ita relectlon, and lhal lo pa) it wlll ba aa outrage upon th.- tax pa i ? Th.- Mayor waa aol preaenl xx h.-n the veto waa r.-ai Mi Prlce ?.is aaked lo eaplaln the ..Ul to th- ?' mcll He avoi.led the Mayoi - eharge ot at* temptexl collualon wlth th* nppoelna . ..o.;j.?!. btil il,. ? itemenl. >r?.t?'?? Ing : ?. it he ha I don< I ... rntltle him to i nsal Hla h- ? - lain i waa leaa lhan -' per ? enl on the ? I ilm ?? I Th. Councll then, bj .. n ? te, p i ? 1 the bill ov r th. M il ar'f reto 7///' I'VATII OF JOBX WOLBSBBT. 3 .nn BeOleaa. y dled b flundaj al i p rn I nli lohn A. Jai via N l I ' _4 I. ll. if i .1 I -? Be wa* rr, Penn.. In UUt, ll :? fl s_a I out la llfe Wh-n ab ..;.| he aaaprenttoed hlmaelf to oa. of Iha proralnent emptoylng plaat. >f Pblladelphla. Bla later ;.. , ibm Io Boa \ >rk <'itv, aad, aft.-r raeyaa?a f>r a year. ba atarted ln hxiatn. *lf tfb r i fea yeara of hard u ,rK '.- ni oda of tha moal promlnenl emptoy? lng ptoeterera to Bew-TorB. and other larga The work uj of Ua b... li imi il aa i coatU> lldlagi to-day ytai taonumcal ..f hix , H. waa vvea\ready ;?. aaatol tb ? ||x>|, | ni toobafl uie.n th. brtghl alda of . ?. erj tbini. Kifi> ycari ago thla m-.nth he became a member ..' Phllanthroplc Lodce, Ba li, i O. O, r. of Phll adelphia, nnd abortly after he became a member of tha Baeonlc fraternitv. in which h?- remalned un? tll hi? aeath, betag ? aaeaaber of AtlanUc l.'slge. \.. IB, K and A M . Jerusiilem Chapter. V, -, i< \ m . <?..r I- Uon coaamandery, Ba ia. k t . Bew'Yora Coaatotory, Meoca Tempte, bfyattc Bhr n>. in i Maaonla Vt "r.m- n.- ?..^ atoo a prom ii.. ? t member of th>- Bodet] >.r Mechanlca ?nd Tradaamen, '.io- Mi I mlca ind Tradora1 Bachang* aad Bullding Tradea Club Por aeveral >>-.-irs ha ui.h prealdenl of the Rmpl rlna Plaaterera' l He leavea ? aon .?>! daughter The fun* r.i ? ik. - nlaci at Ihe 10m* ol hla aon*in-law at lp in to-day, Tne Maaonl< Bervlcea wlll be held al the b--ii ? llir. SHV.RIVV TO THE VlsTIlK T ATTnttWT. The flherlfl1 yeaterday ?enr a latter lo th.- Dtatrtct Attorney calung hla attenttoa lo th.- er, ,t number ... MtecuUona ... ludgmenta I laed on forfetted n oKtiixHn es in crlmlnal actlona that had accumulated in tha sh.iifT's offlce sin.-.- is'..'. and aaktna that th Diauict'Attorney tak-- aome atepa to have the mpt* t.rs cl?i ap Theae forfetted bonda, n< amouni la over IMxgfla, aad i..- araata to i;.-t rtd of thi reaponalblllty attachlng lo them, It was polnted out that in bla Uial upon ehargea the Dtotrlcl a tprne) sMid that th.-se bonda bad n..i beea coUocted bacanaa tii<- SheruYa had aot proceeded ln th^ raara. although be bad arged than. to ao aa This was durlng ihe term oi Sheriff fleatoa and his Bfadeeoa. aors. Under KhL-riff Bberraaa aald yeaterday that ihis was nol true ln B great many easea. ann that thera w.-r.- aeores'of tottera oa flle in the sin-rirr's offlce wh.-re the Dtotrlct-Attornaj had aahed thal pro? ,,-s I.. colleci on thi forfetted n lognlaanc. i be atopped and atayed, as the '-os.- araa pending Thi?. he - xi l. account*d f.,r th- facl thal many ..f th. in wen not rollected. II.? alao aald that t'l.r. waa ao -ptrit of h'.a'ihty to th.- Dlatrlct Attornex but a dealra oa tho purt ..r the Bherlff to clear up th.- matier-. ar... ba rl-l of the reaponalblllty attach Ing to thelll_ THB case ot BAM1B tBAXMOXf Th.. Mamla Bhannon malpractl..aaa came ap ba fora Joatlc. McMabon, in the Toraba Court, yea terday. The nr?t wllnaaa wa* Annla Loutoo Bhan. non. a siater of M.unie .->ii.- worhed in ,i reaUurant ln Mrytle-ave. wl..i.- her BtotOT bad B_a0 been . in ployed. Bhe had known th- accuacd maa Otlbert M. Wced, s.-veral yoara. She deacrlbfd h.-r llater'l acejualntaaoa aith vTaed, and a rlaii sh,- bad mada to \\. ? i after her aist-r's dtoappearancc, and th. vl?n t<> the mldwlfCa after btr alater'a death. Deputy Coroner vPeatoa loallfled aa to Iha autopay h<- had p.rf..rm.il on Ihe g;rl. ||. thoughl hei the vlctlm ..f a . rlmlri.il op.-rullon D.-t.-ciK. -S- i Reant Care) teatlfk I a* lo ih* arreal of Weed and <.f i?r Mollenhauer. Detrctlve-nVrgeant Crowlei bi r.-st.-d Qeorge Karacb. thi huaband ..f th- mldwir. .,n Baturday, but could noi flnd Mts Karach. Judge McM ih ni dtocharg. i \\'.?, i r,,j- ih.- preaent, for In.k -.r evldence. Tn.- further hearlng uf ibe caee v\as adjourned untll Baturday. Qeorg* Karach waa balled in i"..?w .md Dr. Mollenhauer is already under that amount of balla _ IHE sai.e or OBBB For OBABIYY. The aevera etorm of laat Prlday cauaed a poat ponem.-nt of the aatft of gems for the henotlt of varlous i-hrtrlt.ilil- s.,i-|.-tl-s wbleh waa to be heid than, The aale ha. beea aai lor n.-xt Kriday at 3 anl l:U |>. nv, at Ihe Duraiid-Huel Ci.illeries, No. 3W lifth-ive., whera th. ootlecUoa is on eahlblthm. Tha ireaaurea ar.- tba gift of .- geaaroua i..-rs..n who wtobed i" ald the poor. Th* proceedo ar.- to be dlvlde.i among organlaatloni dealgnated by Mayor Strong. Th.: gems hava been Been by many per Bons. and ti..- aala deaervea lucceaa, aot only on ... coiint of th.-lr Intrlnslc value, but becauaa th. m ini y pail for them wlll go 11 whotly ararthy aauaea OHISA VAI.ETIFS TO gg THE MBBV CAllhS Chlna pnlettes wlth *,?enes of the pottery aml | glaas-rnaklng Industrle.i wlll be the m.-nu cards at . the dlnner of the Crockery lloard of Trade, whlch | la to take place this evenlng in the raaaaa Of the Barflaara Chrh. ln lh* Poatal Te.egraph Hulldlng. j Frank 1*. Abbott wlll prealde. Th- BpaObBIB >x pecte.l include Ch.iuncey M. Uep. w, John I'.oi 1, Jerome Jo. ..f iiostoti; Crawford Jaeaea, ofl K in .a Clty; Congreaantan [aidor Hiraus, Richaru lt. Wllllan.i. Of the hsr Iwar- trade: Roborl .lohn son, ,,f tha Btaffordahlra pott.ries, john Mos.-s, of Trentoa, representlng the domestlc pottera, aa I Blmeon Kord, of the Orand l'nlon Hotel, who will apeak for tha hotel fraternlty. THE BOTAMCAL GARDEN. MEETINQ OF THE CORrORATORS. NEW M_MB8t_ AODBD TU THE HOARD OF MANAflERS. A maalBIg of the incorporators of the New-York ?Bataafcal Crien was held yesterday*afternoon ln the rooma of the Amerlcan Oeographlcal Soclety, No. 11 Weat Twenty-nlnth-st., belnic the flrat meet lnx under the amendd BB*. of March 7, 1894. Cor nelliw Vani.-rbllr prcslded. Other Incorporatora preaent were Prealdent Si-th Low, Judge Charles IV Daly, Professor Nathariol I.. Hrltton. Morrls K. leaup Professor Charles F. Chandler. Timothy F. mi,? Jamea A. Scrym-er, Wllllam H. Itobert BOn Btaphan P. Nash. Nelaoo Smlth. Samuel w. r_lrchlld, Char'.i i f. <*ox and James R. Pltch;r. John I?. Hock.f.il.M and Profeaaor Henry H. Rushy were elected associate member''. ? Th- cMef busln.ss yeaterday WfU the adoptlon of :, conatltutlon aad the ebwtloa of a Hoard af Maa uera as provlded for under the amended act. Th.- ad proyldaa tbat Iba affalra of the corpora ti,,n shaii be under the coatr l of a Board ****** agarB .omprisInK the "s-i rntiflc dlrcctop.4, he Mayor nf New-York, ex-nfilcio. the presldent of the I'epart.nmt of Puhiic ParkB, BK-0flk.o, and at least Djaa other managara, to be alectad by the racra ban of th- corporatlon. ii..- ^';'"/'IVr'Tra Uon a_o :.!?.? (X ifflclo membera both of ?he corpMinn and of th- BClentiac Hoard ol Man'J^.^SK the prealdent of Columbla Colli se. the profaaaora or b.?any. of geology and of rhemlatry therelr he prealdent of the Torrey Hotanlcal (.lub. and tne prealdent of th- Board of Educatloa The nlne ..th.-r membera elected yes.erda. to com pleta the whole Board of Managerfl ***.i.J** J term of one year, Jamei A. s< rymaer, Wllltana nodge and charlea v. Cox; for the twa yeara*term. Charlea P. Daly, Andrew BCarnegia and John i>. Roffltefeller: for the term o] Njree yeara, J. Pler pofiVMoraan, Cornellu* Vanderbllt ani D. O. Mllla. The Hoard of Bclentlflc Dlrectora was also in ,',-,.*.? t.v the recommendation to the .Boardl of Manaaera of the election of Profeaaor W. OiUnan TOompaon of the Unlveralty of the city of New Torfc_, LIEELY S00S Jo ROB ASOTBBE TRAIS THE D*_J_RADOa_ WHO EEl'ENTI.Y B-CURKD 110.008 KTBAR B/ILCDX, ARIZ., H-ARD PROM. San Fran.iseo, Feb. lli.-The two Texaa cowboys who robb.d the Southeri. PacfflC traln near Wil <ox. Aiiz, on January BO, and seeured BMH. are camped In ihe Chlbuabua Mouatalaa f*om wblcb retreal they are axpected aoon to aally forth and loot aaother traln. Tbey hava two eompaaloaa are h.avlly nrm-i. and know nll the passes and tr.iiis ln lhaae monntalna, whlcb wer.- Qaraalma'a BtronghoM for many yaara aad hava glven abaltar ... ?Kii." ihe Apache, after his bloody ralda aloag Ihe border. Tbat thi ie ' ur deaperadooa expect to ,. .. ,? me lawlesa explolta of Bvaaa and Bontag in'tie san Joaquln Valley Ifl svtdent from a letter recelved by Cblef Detec?J4*a Noble, of the Well* Pargo company. ii.is letter was aJlppad Into the mailcar near Tucaon recantly. lt reads aa followa: ln Camp P??b. I Wa are eamfortablv tocated and all rlght for fund*. thanks to W.ils. PargO A. I'O. W. S. * CO. Tbla Btgaatara atanda for Oraat Whealer an l ??j...-? gtaer, allaa "Oaorga." the two prtactpato ir. ihe Wltcoa robbory. Tbelr companlona are ?jefr' v.it.s aad "MattM Tralaar. AU ar.. erack Bhota eapert horeemen nnd recklesa deaperadoea. Thoae who know VVheeler say that for aeveral yeara he haa read nothlng i.ui train-robbery Bt* rrature He waa alwaya taikim; >>T Jeaae Jamaa'a nerve, ani Baytng tbat if he had three ?oo,| <om panlona ha would stari la on traln-robblm. in Aiisoaa. * _ ////? WAABINOTOn ABCB OOMPLBTBD. Tba unalgbtly acaffoldlng whlch l?..s for n>-arly a year past ln part COUCealed botb the fronts of the VYashlngton Arch, on Waaalagtoa s.iuare. has ra? ctntlj been laken down, aad Iba arch ilnally un i Fr un tba acaffoldlng tba four lunettaa or trlangular apandral paaala atrar the ar.-h wara irved. Tbej ira four femala Igttraa, wlngad ani ,t on tba weal ak_ ->t the north front, ig an ollr raaaata ''Paaca**; tbat rying a trumpet, rapreaaata "War." On i' of tba BOUth front the rapreaanta 'Fama," aad oa the eaat atda "Prosperiij " Btanford Whlte, the archltact of tba arch, rtatea that the modela from which tbaaa flgurea wara carvad w-ie raada hy wmiam Mac Monnlea, In Paris. and .. long detay after tba arac> Hon of th? ar.h w..^ made necaaaary la order that Mr. MacMaaakra migbt und.rtake tba ordar for thla work. Thi*. gentlaraaa is now hlgh la the front r.nk of Amerlcan Bculptora. Born In Hrooklyn, ha ? ,. , pupll of Bt Oaudena In Amerlca, and .._ Phlgultre, In Paris, and became well known tbrougb hla nre.it fountaln In the Court of Honor at th- <??> in Rxhlbltlon <?t Chlcago. Mr. MacMoturdea h..? I.-.m de. irated by the Preneh c. x.-rnment. and baa ji ? acbJaved tba hlgh boaor of havlm? hls lat.-o arork, 'Har.h.inie ani Cblld," purcha-?ed by the Prench Oovernaaenl for tba i.ux.inbourn Mu Beum. By tba campletloa of theae r.ur iunette? the WawhlnKt.ui Ar.-h la structurally flnlshed. The tala >.n th- north front ...ovide for Krotipa of aculpture fnr xxhi.ii Mr. MacM innlea r* now maklna: ?tudle* ln Parla. For ibeae no eatlmatoa hav.- yet been obtalned or fund* ralaed, i.ut the commlttee expect* that when the dealgna for the groupa ean ?i and approved ni m.y to pay for them vill in l _._.*_, Krected t<> commemorate ti.e centennlal or tne Inaus ral oh of vVaahlnaton ;?< ilnt Presldent of the I'nlt. i Btatea 4prll 30, 1789. the ..r.ii waa complete.i wlthln the ah irl perlod of leaa thsn four years from n of H ?? enter. rlw . xviti. th- exceptton of the f"iir lunettea lusl nn ?hed. The treaaurer, ia _.., i: Htewart. No. M Wlilam-st . says that ?f ji- ? I for the fund t_B,B__ has b.-en exnei Ird ln the actual conatruction of the monu meni Toward aprtna th- arch may be cleaned ,|0wn |f |he n-.ess.rv .ur itik'-men's can be mad" li wlll be formally .licated on Aprll M next. lt la hi Intereatlna facl thal Prealdent Cleveland, Oov Morton and Mayor Btrong are among tha mi membera of the Washuiaton Arch Com ind have be.n npon ll ever abua lt was appolnt. l. _ ^_ VBABTTT C0BTR1BVT10W8 BBCBITBB, The fo0o4vtas amoaata hava baaa recelved hy The Trlbune for the chaiit'es m.ntlone.d: M i, ,, m s. m K. B. Oraaae.. M Ba ? . tl .?. .1 f Van ly.r. ;. <?i , |?"o" . 1 i?. M K. II. '-'."I * i ?u" ?. '.:::v,''w:'c ??.?.?;::::: '2 Mr* miBBbeili . M"' Bra ?... ^' ? ?-.?? 1 "? ,, .. , ? . _0.ll. <l , a'eai Ulnai-I.. 2<?) ,.,,',. .".'..'_ 30 0o|i" i: llarahall. t. ia) . . ,. pt.ai "t'nlveralty BettUment": .. 100! A. a P. :..?. II. W .1 >hna...i. Ma. . :,... II \V. _.x> ?i \_v. :, oo M.. New-Jeraey,. :i .?> m k h xx'.i'i".:. iown. u. eity. iaa H m ? ? lali. iwa a . ? .............. *>?") \ \ ?/ Mal' ?.S-I.n.alx.i h unt : BilBanrlh Uw....... fJM H. '', Beynol-. IN M ' B., Phlla. i"" *. M.... I ? , ,?i,. fOOiA. A. P. ftort x i. , . ton S. Ilax Sl.er-. BOUI ,*.1,..V"! i N ,? . | ooi I'revloualy acka ledgea BBB OB ? i . :i i a. .ii.Kt oa ,VfBr BTRKPT BATLBOAB IB WBBTCHB8TBB. Albany, Pab, 12. Tba Naw v..rk, Weatcbaater aad Coanectlcul Tractlon Company, capltal HJI,. , ., ? , ineorporatad wlth tbe aacretary of Btata to-day. The compHiiy wlll oparata a street aurface rallroad t>> ba alxtaan mllea ln le.iKth. The prtacl< pal offlce \x ui b- m tha vtlUga of Maw-Roobaaia. The tetiiilnl of the road ar- tba Intersectlon of the Boaton Poal Road and tba Broax Hiver ln Weatcbaater County and tba lateraacUoa af the iioa- I ton Poal Itoa.l and the llyr.im lllver ln West. hes t.r Coanty at iba aaatern Btata Uaa af this state. The dtractora ara Martln J. ?aogb. of New-ito- | chelle; Bernard Katea. of Pateraon. N. J.; Philln K.t.s, ..f Pateraon, N. J.; John Polay, jr., of Bewaren, n. J . John P. Conoh, Bdward Haaaett, Jobn a. Benael. Daulel F. Copalan and Pranklln ,\ rVllcOX, of NBB V.iil; Clty, This lompany Is auppoaed ti> be an extenalon of tba Paoplea Trac? tlon Company .>r Naw-York Clty, racaatly incor poratad here._ RFyrismox TAPMBB YOB " iwc" MIXCH1X. Albany. Pab, 11 SherlfT Waavar, of Olielda County, arrlved here ti.is aftoraoaa with papara aaklng raqulaltlon npoa tha Qovaraor of the state of llllnols for the traiiHfer to the crlmlnal author ltlea at I'tlca of "I>o." Mlnchln, the notorloua oonfldenca man under arreat la Chlcago for a "greengooda" iwlndle, Mlnckln ls wante.1 by the (M.elda County BUthorlli. s to answ.r for a felony in aaabitlng In lha eaoape of "Tom" O'Brlen, the "bunco knik'.' aeveral yeari ago, Sherirr Waavar'a papara wara approved this afternoon by Oovaraor MortOU, and Mi Wcav.r ..larte.l for the West to aecure his prlaoner. J. N "lllxei [t.n.l A l.i;./: LBBOtBBBB BBB MMDIOAL OOUBBB, New-Haven, Feb. 12.-The faeulty of the medl aal depiutmeiit of Yalt- t'nlveralty haa declded to j extend the courae In medl. ;ie from three to four1 years, ani a .oinmlttee conslstlnjt of Profeaaor \ Smlth. daaa; I'rofesaora Cnrmalt and Ferrla has I been appolnted to perf.ct plana for the new oourae, which is to ba aaaouaoad (luriiig the com- | mencement. THK YAMOOBB AXD JVTtOR MAT RACtX. Frank T. Morrlll, the owner of the hlgh-speed j yacht Vamo.se, yister.luy recelved a letter from , \V. .1. Arkell, the ownor of the yacht Judge, ln arblch Mr. Arkell offered to race hls boat agalnat Mr. MorrUTa for ll.OOi. a slde. Mr. Arkell wanta a r,i..? of Hx) mllea or more, elther ln Long lsland Sound or the open sea. ln hli letter he euggsata I tbat Chauncvy M. Depew be the atakenolder. ( THE C0UBT8. CAROLINE HAMILTON WANT8 A DIVORCfll Carollne Harrrllton, one of the aopranoa of th*. Bostonians, now playlng In Brooklyn, and who wai prominent in the casi. of "Prlnce Ananiaa" at th* Hroadway Theatre, was 'the plalntlff ln an actlon that was heard yesterday before Judge Pryor, 1c the Court of Common Plcas, in whlch ahe aaka foi a dlvorce from her husband, Charlea Edward Hamll ton, on the statutory grounds. The case was slmllar to th* one tried before Judge Pryor a few days ago, ln whlch the man waa seen to enter a hotel wlth a woman, reglster her aa hli wif.\ but was not actualiy **en to go to a room oi come from one, and the Court dlsmissed the case, ai the testlmony was Insufflelent. Mrs. Hamllton te.-tlfled that ahe was marrled to the defendant ta Han Franclsco ln 18S?) Charlea Hlpperllng, the pro prletor of the Columbia Hotel, at 1*) East Flfteenth Bt, teatlfled that on the Friday before laat ChrlBt mas a man went there wlth a womar. and regla tered as "Charlea Edward Hamilton and wlfe, .New v_baa all the testlmony was in, Judge P-y?^/*nj| harTdone the examlnlng, scemed to be far from aatlsfled. D. W. Armstrong. Mrs. Hamllton 9 law yer. sald he could produce the clerk, who had aeeo the couple go Into a ro.im. There Is no defenca The caae wlll go on to-day. ? .. THE EXTRA PAY OF THE JI'DGES. The General Term of the Superior Court yester? day handed down Its declslon on Controller Fltch'a appeal from the wrlt of mandamus granted by Judge Freedman, dlrectlng the payment of 1416 each to JuBtlces Parker and Follett as extra monthly compensation for thelr expenses while alt tlng und.r as.lgnment from the Governor in the Gcnoral Term oi the Supreme Court. The Control? ler say* that under the new Constltution there ean be no Increase or decresse of compensation of the Juatices of the Supreme Court. The declslon ls aa ^"ThV'.eglalatlvo enactm.-nts reUed up BB by the rel.tora do not offend the provislons of tha BtatO ?Constltution, forbidding an Increase Of aalary to eertaln Judlclal offlcers. The compensatlor albjwed by theae leKi?la.tlve acts Is by expreas tongaaga llmlted to experfcea and disbursemen s incurred by BUCb offlcera whlle acting in the dlstrlct to which thev have been asslgned. and they were ln force when the preaent Constltution became operat.ve. The order appealed from waI properly made and must be approved wlth cost." a M'KENNA TO BB KEINSTATRn. John J McKenna was dlsmissed from the pollce force on January 7, 1883. after a hear.ng had been had before Police Commisslon'-r Joel \V. Mason, on shargea profarrod by Poiice Captain vviniam H. CUneby, that he waa Intoxlcated whlle on duty. McKenna denied the charges of Intoxication. and declart-l he waa lll anl had taken some pllis whlch had been prescrlbed for him hy his physictan. Ever slnce then McKenna has been fightlng to secure hla reinstatement. He brought proceedlngs In the nature o? a certlorarl in the Supr.-me Cotwt to re vtow the action of the Commlaalonera to aeciire nis reinstatement. The caae waa before the General Term of the Supreme Co nt yeatarday on appeal, but wa* wlthdrawn on the agreement of counse., maamuch as the Police fommissloiiers have con s.-ntel to reinsta'..- McKenna, upon his atlpuUUng not to make a claim agalnat the clty for back aal -.-. SHK MARRIBD TWO MKN. The suit brought aome tlme ago by Dr. Willlam Rlchter. of Kast Nineteenth-at.. agalnst hla wife, Adlle fl, BfcShter, fir an absolute dlvorce, was trled yeaterday befor.- Judge Freedman in the Superior Court Dr. Rlchter charged that his wife had been gullty of Improper conduct wlth h.r aecond hus? band. Charies A. B. Keller llobert ureenthal counael for Mra. Klchtoi-Keller, sald he dld not know where his cii.-nt waa, and Judge PreedaaaBa arter hearlng the testlmony, reserved declslon. a COURT CAIdOaTDAB- FOIt TO-DAY. Purrenie Cocrrt-G.neral Term-BefOre Van Brunt P. X. Follett and Parker. JJ.-N.a. ?.. ?... bi. 54, ?4, ?.. ?". 101. B?, 81, 40. , _aa ?? Supreme r.urt-<haniber?-llefore Ingraham. ,J--t_url opens ?' 1048 a ra Mottoa calenv.r .aii-i .' " * aa. r'uureme Court-8pe.tal Term-Part I-Befor? Barrett. J. \ iaaa Wmdat v*. Browa. Bo day aAmmt, Supreme Court- Bpeclal Term Pan il Before Beach. #. K|eval*d Rallroid oaxea. ?'us* unttnlah-d. _ Supreme. f.urt Spe. uil TeCBa Paft lll-Before -?n , pena a' 10?0 a. an. Clreult Court- Part I?Befor* Andrew*. J?< ausea ta b? aent from Part III for trial. Caae unftmali-l. Clrcull Coart?Part Il-Aljuirne l une dle. Circult Court- Part UI-Befor* Paturaoa ?.?_??? Iflfh BtTB UTl ilii. BBM, 4.V.J. liSB, _7<*,. Iftgf, S8U, laW. M_l .V.2.H |.1T_ .'.Strt. 2.11HI, _1:>!? Caae untliilshed. iii'.ult Court-l'art IV?Adjourm-d unlii Monday, Fab ruary ia _ . _ , Sur?n..r Court-Sp#.'lal Term-Befor? fri--limin, _.? No* 7.V. Mtf. .'SJ7 ..'.s. 740 t'^ae untlntrri?d. Superiur .ourt-.Jeneral Term?Befor* Bedgelch, C, J., McAdao. nri,i Beekman, JJ Bo. '.'. Baaa va, stratton. Baperlor Court-Trlal Term?Part I-Befor* Olld-raleev*. j._C'a*? on, No, ??7ii. bartur \a. lU-llman. No day c_l BaaertM Court-Trlal Tcrm-Part Il-Adjourned for tba Hurerlor Court-Trtal Term-Part III-Before Dugn. J. - Boa '.???. IBflY wi. tsxo. m llfitt, 121T. M30. .'lear. Surmrate'a .'ourt? Chamhera- Before Fitigerald. 8.? C**e on. Bo. IXC. wlll ..f Satah A. Pay. at 1" 30 a rn. Wllla fnr probata; llenrv Stein. J..hn C. Teepe. P- Witt t. Haya Jame* F. Leavltt. Mary L. K.Kih. al M>J0 a. m.; Marnaret F<aterly, Mary A. I_iwrence, iJ.-ors-- K l_Bf? rrtice, at 2 p. m. _ Surr>Htate'a <-.iirt-Trlal Term-B.-f-.r- Arn ld. S? Mo. loBI will ..f .I.tm '.. I'.ray. at *?-0 ? B_i N' 101.1. wlfi of Fr-lrrl-k M S..mers. at 1" :i" ? m <.-omm..n I'leaa?Sp?-.-lal Term Befor* Pryor. J --MoteMia .'onim-.n I'leaa r>|UI-v 'I'.-rm Before Kla.-hoff. ]r.. J ? N.x. 80, 88, Be, 77. 10'.'. l?7. BV, 81, 3rt. .17. ,1?. .'.. d. II. 48, 60. t'lear. . . , , , Comr-oa rieaa-Triai Tarw Parl I Betora paJjr,C_*_ N - .'.?-. WW. 1001. _T.1T 1098. s>'._ P'-Js. 1H.4. I_1.. -;S4. I'.-iT I'nI li'io B812 _?_?*1 _.',?1. 1177. 062, -44a, i'*>". ,v?, 131"! i.'.ni. 1.117. l.iis. tiie, i3Jo i.i-i. iBaa caae un "cSnuion Pleaa-Trlal T*n_-Part H Bafew nieKerirh.' .t Cauaaa t> ?e aent fr m f-art I for trlal. Caae unnn ' Common Pteaa-Trlal Term Parl m Before nook?tav*r. J Cauaaa L> N- aent fr..m Part I f..r trlal. l>?r Cltj < ourt Si~--.il Term- Befor* Rhrllrh, < . J. Metloaa <',ty c.urt Trlul T.-rui Part 1 Befor* Van WycB, J. Noa ni- l.ii.i 1814 aaa ?????. 4:.:i. nu. .*m, smss. 804, B?Ta ^^???, .iTT' *?. eat mi iti 4::.. late aaaa Bfla, 18xi l:ts.'l ISH4 1.185, laaS, 1881 1888, UBO, 1881 ri.-ar. <"lt'y Ceiirt Trl.l Term l'nrt II Before FltrMtn^na, J^ Noa. 1184 '.'7lo. M*. 10*1, BBB 7<e.. 2_J. BBB, '.?x>. M8. 1185.4 _?<>. B1B l_B.' I33B < l*ar Clty Court Trlal Term l'nrt III l>fere N*Wbara?r, Jf N .11'.. IS&a 1105 1004 8570, 1010, 11.11. 80X8, 12IB. 12T8. 503 I20B.' 1208 ?*' l'<'7. ITJ 11B8, 771. !?7.1. Ml, 1"60. ?.-,." .-- 1203 1308 121S 10** llol. .'aa- untlnlshed. i-'nv '.'..tirt Trlal Term Part IV Befor* crdan. J.? ahort .-aus.a Bo* 8888 U'.'l 3842, 344ti. 31M-!. 3313. 84_B, :i,:,i. BBB. KBT, KBB, :*'>i~. .'lear. BEFKHKF.S AI-rOINTEDt Supr?m* Court. r.v uk_ra_aaa, J. Matter of Baavala Baddletoa B. BurrgL Emlrrant Induatrlil BavUBBB B.?r.k *a. Kaan-Geirce t?. Ki v I'tartor va. Mallln Pvnl-Bt. ii Whltehead. Th.-iH.- Flre Inaurancu Oa va. Miil-eady-Crarl"* U. Kurle. Matter ..f Toaa_?Thoaaaa F. ponneiiy. Bmbury va. Norrla llerjanilti A .la.-ka.-n. Hla-Klna va. Htaalna 8. I.. II W.,i.1 Klrai Natlonal Bank. of Brtdfaport, l.onn., x*. Oo0_ 111.111 Manufii. mrlna Co. K. W. P.-.kham, Jr. Matt?r of i-jark .1 imex .!. Nealls. CaaarwaU va. siia.-- -wuiiam H wuita. Buifour v?. Baaaaa M. s. Bun-ui. Conrmon Pleaa. By Pryor. J. Baraaa va, Ponneiion o h. BMBdweaa, By Daly, ?'? J Schmeidier va. BBttarlea Btaphea H. "im. BBCS1TBJH Ai-poiNTED. Supreme Court. By lnaniham, J. ll.i.-n CunnlnKliani va. J-.hn Ciinninah.im-Jamea fl. Bealla Cellll .11 rioaa. By Daly, ?'. J. Jamea T. Whlte va. Jullua _. Frle.ller? Henr>- Ixirraa -?*>?' TITR EfTSCOPAL COSSTITVT10SAL COMHISSXOB At the Inat conventlon of the Protestant Kplacopal Church. held in 1W2. a commlasion waa appolnted on the motlon of fhe BaW. Hr. W. H. Huntli.Kton for the revlelon of the cjnatltutlon of the Church. This commUalon met In aecret aesslon yeaterd.iy mornlng nt the See House. No. 29 I.nf.i> Btte l'lace. und wlll prohably be ln. a.'aalon untll Thuraday ev.-n The Hev I>r. Hall Harrison. seiretaiy of the com mlaaton, aald yesterday that the proeaedlaga BraaBJ not be made publlc untll next Friday. 8ESATOR OIRSOS'S WILL FILED, A decree has been algne.l by lurrogate Arnold ad mittinu to probate the wi'.l and codlclla of the lata l'nlted .States Senator Kaudall I..*e Glhaon. of Houlhinna, who dled at Hot riprlnga on December 13, 1S92. The wlll la probated here becauae there to pioperty belonKln? to the eatate ln thla State. Rele tlv.-rt and frlends are remembered ln the document, and the r.aldue of the eatate la left in truut for the benefll Ot his three soim-.Montgomery, T.obla" f?11.t)J}" ardaon aad Preatoa jelweoa wbeoa. Ia l,,"Vuh(f: Ing hla wlll the Senator glvca Ihl* BdvaOB io nia Boaa: "1 hope my aoaa may defor to and "?""??; mv executora and tru-tees. and. above al1- 'ln_,t,i.n?_ may reartM early ln llfe that tho '"''y^lndin? more dlltlcult to bulld up than an Indepeiident fortune. and more eabily loat. 'a cbaracter and Mat the only aafegyard of character la the jaBQBB-* mandmenta an-Chrlat'a Sermon on the BBBBBJB, TfTB ir?.Vr? OF TWO FABILTSS 8VFPLIBD. The Charity Organtaatlon Soclety acknowledgea wlth many thanka the followlng contributlona la reaponae to appeals (No. 64) for the worthy wujow wlth aeven chlldren and for (No. 66) the daught.ir, the only aupport of her Invalld father and mother; "C L. D.." $28; "W." and Mlaa Harrlet Bement, 88) each; "I. H. H.." "W.." "B.." "E V. J.." "T," -Honor." "C. M. H.." "A. M. %?"U A. N.." |WB* lam F. Hyatt and "J. I. K..." BO each; 8. .Mtohel aeahejL ?; "Caah." "fl. B.," "P. A. M."'and "OV"? each; 'F. OV B.." "M. A " "A. .M. &'J*J***j Mra. Julla 8. 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