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NEW-YORK. TUESDAY, PEBRUARY 1!>, 1805,-TWELVE PAGES.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
LORD ROSEBERY W1N8 AGAIN
fJOSEPH CBAMBERLAIN*! VOTION RK
JECTED BY TIIE COMMONS.
yim oovnr.NMKNT. HOWEVER, ABLK to mi'stkij.
ONI.Y 14 MA.IORITV. THK VOTE BTAKD
in<; 391 TO M liARi'ornrs
RJEPL1 Tn BAL1SBURT.
London. F<K 11?The Hotuie of Commonsi thls
evenlng rejected hy a vote nf 2t?7 to 283 Joseph
Chamberlain's .imentlment to tho address in re
p]y to tho Qn^i'ii's ppe- ch, do.-laring lt to ho
against public irtteroat that tho time of the Houae.
be wasted upon lillls which the Mitilster.-i a<l
mitteil WOtlM n.t pass. when meaaures involvlng
grave cotiatitutional changes. \vhi,-h ?hould'bc
eoasidered without dr-lay, had h.-'-n annoiinci I.
S;.- WIUUhh Harrourt, ChanceHor of th.- Ex*
chequer, looked after the Oovtnrnment'a in;ercs>:s
ln the ,1 : ;i'- precedlng th-' dlvlsl m on Mr. t'ham
berlaln'a ir tloa He refen-ed to IM Conaerva
tlve demand. last voi.-.-.i by Lord Sallabury on
Baturday, th.it tho Oovernmenl appe.u tn the
oountry on th.- Home Rule is.-uo al?ne. There
never bad been, h- declared, and tbere pevei
would be, ,i general electlon Wltb a elngle issue.
The Minlsters regarded tbemselves aa ai..-viu"'i>
b..und, unUI condemned by the Hpuse ot Com
mone, t,. proeecute the pollcy whK-h lh?J had
b<>en d.-l-gated t.< carry out .. ,
Arthur J. Balfour. tbe fnlonlal tead??r. repl ed
After the dlvlalon 81 r Wllllam moved -*-*?*0?
of the debate on the sddren* The *?<?""'? ~"
carrled by a vote of 270 td 2.1. and tl..- address
Wll a_reed to.
AQRAIUAXS ViSIT EMPEROR Wll.l.IAM.
Bfl UnUtH THKIR AOlTATKMC. Bl*T 1AM Hl
WILT. PROTKtrr 'illllllt IXTERMT8
LondOM, F.-b. II?Kmperor William. who h.is re*
eorered from hla lndlap.isltlon. to-daj recelved a
,'. lutlen of membera ot the Agrartan League,
wbo preaented ? me-orlal asklng a revt.-rion ot the
?raln lartflta la the lateresta of protecUoa. Dr. von
Bbttlcher, Mlnlster of the int-'tior: L)r. von Uicanus,
Chlef of the Emparor*a peraooal siaff. anJ Fretberr
\ . Hammerstela, Mlnlster of Agricuiiure. were
;? ? BOBt,
lle.-r PK.tz latreduced the deputatlon t? ihe Env
pertw, who sald thal he bad been unfawrabiy ln>
prcs-ei bv th> s.nsation.il <-haructer of the Sglta*
ti i ot tbe Agrartan party, ahlch haJ been carrled
be] ?!. i the bounda ol moderatlon. Th.- Agrartan*1,
he sald. could rety upon it th.it the actlon ol the
Uovernment would be dlrected tjward fostering the
Interests wlth which -he weltare af the country waa
bound up. .
The member* nf lh?> deputatlon subsequentl> e?
preaaed tbemselvea aa well Batlafied wlth the;r re*
The Landowners' League to-,iav unanhnoualy ap
prove-l Count Kanlts'a blll for the State monopo.y
of the traln tradi and passed a resolution topro
lecl 'I rman cattle froir. the dlseaaes llke.y to be
hnp rted wlth forelgn cattle. The Prussian Deputy,
Hahn, told tbe Leesue that during hla vislt in
Frlidricharur,.- on Saturday he learned that Prlnce
Hl.-marek heartlly tavored the i.-.igue'- prorramme,
Includlng the grain monopoly, He add.-; that Bis*
mar.k was In line health and had KBJt none or lils
mc-ntal Vtg r. _
GIOLITTI WANTI-DIN ROME.
?TO BE I'ROSK.'lTf.Il POR 1.1HKLUN'. CRIiPI AM'
MlgAPTROPRlATU-ia BAKCA ROMANA
I'O) T.MKXTS.
Berlln. Feb. 18?A wrll waa aerveJ to-day upon
Blgnor GMolltti, sx-Premlsr and Mlnlster of the
Interlor of Italy, who is in thls city. ,-ummoninR
him to appaar bl Home on F-bruary 23 to anawer
a oharire of libel agalnat the Itahaa Oovernment.
London, Feb. ML?Tbe Ceatral Newa correapondent
ln Rome sav? that ea-Premler Oiolittl ls to be praa
ecuted not only for libellin* Cti^^l^t*}ttor an
aroDriatiriK for hla prlvate use- oftk-lal document
Karlng up..n the affairs nf the Banca Romaiia. If
c.invofed he will be deprlved of hla dvU rlghta
ftn i Iom tha rank of Privy Counclllor.
- ?
jjypm?T prevaili.m; IX laOMPOM.
MEASURBB "N A U-8Ki-l! ^ALB BK1NO TAKEM
r-.K awvaasr '"" ?,: 'NI:M1M-"VK"
Lon-lon. Keb. 11-Tha contlnued co'.d weather In
fcondon ls dally artOing to the number of unem
ployed and SUrvlag people. Rellef measure* on a
larKe SOSJe are proposed. The Ar.-hbiahop of I'an
terbury haa Issaed an appeal lor Immedlate and
combfned ald. Meeting. for th? purpose of rellerlng
the dlatreaa are b^ing organlsed. and P"P0-^swin
l,o BUbmltted for the orraniratlon ot '"rnrn;-'',;." *?
make bouse-to-houae v alta ln the regttms tahaMted
iVv thepoi.r. Alm Bl -v-: rbody la Bubscrlblng money
for the rellef funda. anl the cburchee anl ehavwla
tn heeoming the centres of dlstrlbtrttM of soup,
ciolhlng. etc._ ^_
QUBBM VICTORIA COME.; TO LONDON.
ORKAT I'RIVA' v u??IHU OUI A.corNT of
HKa BCWrBBtBOB rHOM liHKl'MATl-M
London, Feb ML Qn<? Viitorla. BM88B8*anlld bv
pz-Empresa s-fadarldi of Oet_any, arrlved in i/in
don from Oahorn this afternoon. The Queen had r*>
queated that the atrlctest prlvary be obaerved ln her
receptlon, and at the Vi<to-ia Statlon she was kepl
ln seciUBion so absolute that eaapty tralna wera
allgned a: ng the platform ao that persona on the
atber platforSM eOUM not aee her aUght The rea
?jon for this extraordinary prlva. y I* that the
rheumaUaa ln h?r jolnta has Increaaed ao much that
the Queen la unable to wilk. She was a-slated from
the c-ar down an in.lmej plaae lo the platform.
?Ahore she waa plaeed ln a chalr and carrled to her
carrlage. Her dlsllke of pabhc obaer\-atlon ?a.
further ahown by lha fact that a deta.hment of the
l.tfn Guarda compl'-tely aurrour.Jed the carrlage a*
lt waa drtven to Bucklngbam Fala,->-. In splte of all
these precautlona the yuten waa heartily cheered
aa SlN left the atatlon and along the route.
?The Fall Mall Oa8811a" Saya tha'. the Qu.-^n waa
able f> walk alowly along the platform of the Vle
torla Statlon, aaslate.l by her Indlan attendanl
Bhe rea^hed her carriage from the platform by
tnea.uA of a ae.lea of BbailOW . arpeted Btepa The
J.owager Empress Fr<-d)-rl< k folloue.i her lnto the
i-arriage and drew a v.-ll over h.-r mother's face 10
profct It from the ke-n wlnd. The Queen WSJ i
oelved at Bii'-kingham Palace by tne Duke and
jj.i.-heKB of Connauahl
I^ater In the afternoon the Prlac* an<i Prlueeaa of
Wales, the l'rincesaes Victorla and Maud and a aele. t
party of guesta akated on tbe Palace lake, and thelr
fport wa* wafhed by the gueen, who ap|*ared to
derive greal enjoyment from the pleaeure of the
ekat.-r*
A large dlnner party iva? given ot the Palaes thi*
ever, ing
At the Qu'-r-na Drawlng-Koom to-morrow. Mr*.
Bayard a_l present ln the diplomatlc clrcle the
Countess tTabrloottl, In bebalf "f the ttailan Bm*
baeay, anl Mr* Oarter, alfe of Mr. Bayard'a prl?
vate aecretary. Among th<- otber Amerlcana pres
ent wlll be Davld D wells. Becond Secretary of Le
fation; Mafor LttdlOW, M.l-.iry AttacM, and Mra
.tidlow; l.Ieutenant Coarlea, Naval Atucbe, aad
Mr t'arter.
AXOTHKK BODT FKO.M THK Kf.BK FOIXI).
I/-.nion, Feb. I* A Asblng ?M.at arrived at I>nn
gen?* thla morning wlth the b'xly of Waltei Bchull,
a pasaenger on the Elbe, for th.- m -ov<ry of whl.h
a r.-ward of ?13"'' had been <,fr.r.-l Th" bodjf, wbl'-h
wa* pl^kevl up n.-ar Dungeness, hal a llfel.elt around
lt and 'ir^'ti on>- of tba flng?-rs aaa an engag'-ment
ring wlth the lnscrlption _mmi BcboeUer."
An ezperl from th<- Board ol Trade wlll aaatal
the corotter In Loweatoft when the E:be in.pjesta
ar>- resumed. The board haa a;.-o appolnted counsel
an-j aubpoenai I tha crew of the ateamer rrathle,
alilrh aank the Elbe.
Severel hats, caps and boaaeta were wa.shed
?ahore near Looi ?'<>rnwail. to-day. Oa* eap waa
Baarked '"Elbe" outstda an<i "Boper'-' Inslde. The
artlrlea are supposed to have been carrled to the
Cornlah eoaat by tiie atrong east wtnrl* of the laat
two weeka.
THK QABOBB DISAPFKARS IX A KTOHM
I?ndon, Feb. 18.?The Brltiah ateamer t;angea,
4*apta!n Hoherls. from New-<)r)eana for Havre. vla
Corcublon. Bpaln, befoiv reported as havlng hroken
her prop.-ller and l.elng tow*-l back to I'oreublon,
wheru-e ?h<' was to be towed to Havre, is hopeleaaly
adrlft. Whlle she wa* belng towed to Havre her
aawasrs broke during n heavy storm off faf^
t snant, and the Qanges dlsappeared All effort* of
?ne tuga to flnd her were fmltl.rae.
REBEI.I.ION BRIvAKS OIT IX Ml'Si'AT.
London, Feb. 18?A Tentral Xewi dispatch from
Bombay aaya that a aerlous rebelllon ha.s hroken
out ln Muscat, the Arablan aeaport on the Indlin !
Wean. The rebels have aeliswl most of Ihe forts
eommanding the town. No more detalls can be ob
la.r.ed.
^BRMAXY NOT TO ANXKX HAM'.A.
London, Feb. 18. -Tn the Houae of Tommons to
day R|r Kdward Grey, I'nder Forelgn Keeretary,
g_jf in repiy to a queatlon that no apecia! agree
*ant had y?t been made in regard to the ownerablp
'5* ,*Bd ln Bamoa by forelgn natlona. The t'nited
Sfrii? Oovernment, he aleo *ald, elalme.l the ex
!~-*??? Ight to a coallng atatlon In the harbor of
PafO-Paao. There was no truth in the atatement
thal Oarmany ?a* about to annex ihe Bamoan
Islands. The Brttlah Qorernmen* .-ertalnly dealred
to COnault the lnt.-r.sts of Austra'.asla In regard to
Baraoa.
THK AURANIA IN A GAI.F.
HER DECK swkpt BY HEAVT 9EAI 9UICID1 OF
,\ BTEERAOE PABSENQER
Qneenatoan Feb, is. Tba ateaaaar Aaraate, from
New-Tork for Qverpool, arrrred here thi." after.
noon. Her offlcers reporte.l that she encounterel
an ea.terly aale on February IS, 16 an.l 17. Beraral
heavy sc.is avrepl her decka an.l laro saloon port
holes were broken by tho wavea A rtoeraga pae
aengar named Patteraon Jump. l "\\*}'(l\\l;\J"*n
evenlng. The Bteamer aaa "topped. butl att erBon
sank before h.-ip couW reach Jblm. ln a ?etter
whlch Patteraon addreaaed to h.? wlfe ln Chlcago
and lefl In hl. berth. he aald that ba araa tued of
llfe and l's atrugglca
WANT AMERICAN CATTLE KEPT OUT
VRENCH AORARIANf ASK THBIB ClOVBltNMEKT TO
TAKK ACTKM*.
Parla Feb. is.-M. c,ar.i..u-i. Mlnlater of Agrlcul
ture to-day recelved an agi irtan delegatlon from
tbe 'n-partrm-nts of Paa-de-Calala and the Nord.
Th?. deiaaataa nrsed upon h,m tbe need of trikiii.:
?strps asalnal the Importatton of American cattle,
whlch they said. threatened French cattle wlth con
laalou'a dlaeaaea The Mlnlater aald that the aub
leel had already been placed before a apedal Com?
mittee 00 'lie dlseases of eattle. ani any neceMar)
Btepa would Le tak.-n aoon. 1'remier Rtb.it all ?
promlaed the delegate. to ttre full atteatloo lo the
matter
AHMKNIAN HORRORB CONF1RMED.
ETE-WtTNEBSEa RRPORT ri'uN THEM TO THE
ITA1.1AN CONSUL AT EREEROITH.
Home. Feb. IA- The ltallan Consul at EraeroUB*
ha>' reported to iu.. GoveraiaaBl lhal he has coa
flrmed the accounta of the Armenlan maaaacrea
by tbe teatimony of eye-wltiieaaea.
IIKNRY IRVINQ TOO 11.1. TO ACT.
l,ondon. Feb. IS. Mr. Ty.ir- toofe Henry lrvin*'s
part in -Kina Arthur" at tha Lyceum ihi? even
Ing; The audleoee araa Informed that Mr. irvinjr
had the Influenza. He has been ill alaoe laat Thura
day, ani araa adrlaed repeatadly by bta phyalclan
not to venture out. Mr. Inrlng flnished Ihe w..-k
imt to-day ylelded to h;* doctor"a Importunlty, and
wiii probably real for aereral daya
TWO DEATHf FROM TELLOW FEVER
Loadoa, Feb. IR. -The NOTWCglan schoonei- M i i
ranger, captaln Knudaea, has i.e.-n towed lato \ i
lcntla Rav an-1 placed In .piarantlne H.r captall
and the s'hip's earpenter ..re dead oa boat i. and ll
is belleved lhat they dled from yellow fever.
??
AN AMERICAN sritooNKll AIHORE.
Havana. Fel>. IA?Tha Atnernan schooncr John
H. Converae, Captaln Prisko, la a-hore at ftio
Medio. near Miintua. I'nt.a.
The John H. 1'onverse |a a t hree-ma?te.l
pchooner of 31S tons net. and was hnilt In 1971 lt
HarrinKton. Me. H?l home port is New-York.
She Is IM feet In length, 99.9 feel wlde, and 12.1
feet In depth. aaa la owned i.y <>. P. Ruiaball, ol
New-York.
ITALT- EMVOT RECEIVEO BT M. FAURBi
Paris. F.-b. IA?Count TorrieV.i, the nnv 1
Ambtuaador, present.-,1 hla cradeatlala t.. Prealdenl
Faure at the Elyeee lo-day. In Kins Humbert'i
nnni-. he ?oaurcd the Preetdanl that the llallan
fkivernment would endeavor earaeatly l
more cordlal relatlons with Fraace. Prealdenl
Faure replled thai Fran.e wa.? as anxloui ..- Italy
to preaerra th* friendshlp of tha two countnea
To PROTECT FORBIONERB IN FORMOBA.
HonK Koiik. Feb. IS. The Rritlsh cnilser Mercury
lefl here to-day for FOiuiuaa. Tha raaael v? aaat
up .n urarent rt-presentalions that her preaen >? WOJ
neceoaary to proteet forelstners aaalnst outraifes
whlch are beln?>- commltted by the Chlneae.
m 0>
LORO ACTOM CALLED TO CAMBR1DO&
I_ondon. Feb. l?.-l.onl Acton haa been nppointed
profesaor of modern hlatory at CambrVlgc. to suc
eeed the late Professor Beel.-v.
I.ord Acton. who ls reaarded as the leader of the
Ubaral cathoiics in Enghutd, is alaty-one yeara oM
He took a conspl-uous part in th.- dlscuaolon re>
(?ultini? from the declaratloa of the InfalllbtUty of
the Popa, and on BCCOUnt Of hls loyalty to 1 >r.
Ddlllnger, leader of taa OM Catbollca, recelved ihe
d.-trree ,,f l'h. *>. fr.im the fnlvrsity <.f Mualch ln
1872. Batween 1999 and UM he was ullt.ir of tWO re
views and a woekli newapaper, He was ? ?
to Parllament ln 1n*3 and 1M&, ani In 19M ?-<s
creat.il a baron.
MR. OILROT BTARTS FOR 3TAI.Y
Paris, Feb. _A?Ex-Majror <lllro.v, of New-York,
left Farls for Italy this evenlriK.
FATAI. RESVLT Ot A H0YS' QUABBEl
lir.NRY KANNKROKIPKH ItKSENTS A NPKNAMI:
ANI. ENM Bt KILLUM A OOMPAKIOX.
Skylarking wlth hls friend, Henry Karniert-.-l-" r.
of No. T7i Kast Fourth-.t.. cauaed ih- death of
Charlea Jeroioman. a whw-lwrigi.t's appreatl -. who
iiv.i at No. -JU6 Lawtaat, early lact evenlaa
BoU lad. were wlthln a few months <.f belng
aeventeen year. old. and both work Ir. Rdwar I Flh -
wheelwrlnht'a shop In Avenue C. Teaterday tber.
was no work for them to do and they begau lo
too\ wlth ea?h other oul ln the street ln fn.nt of
the shop. Kannc-rK-lser ls a stronK. awkward f. I
low. whom hls rompanlon. chaff to an unlltnlt-l
extent. Tbey have nlekriamed him "Kaiti.T'' to hla
a-reat disKUst. atid this name was laucblnaly ap
piied to him by Jeroioman durtng lha ftm yeaterdaj
It result.-d la a wr.-stMni; iniiteh between lha two
at onee, and ln a niornent Jeroioman had 1.n
thrown on hls h.-ad on the paawfaeet Ha lay tbere
apparently uii.oiih<i.iuh, and Kat.r,. fk- rlaea. thor
oushly frldhteoad, ti.-ip.-i ... carry bln to hla home
eiose by. Dr. HeatMaa, who Ihrea al Fourth at aad
Av-nue C, wua BUBBJPOoed in a hurry. 9/hen ne
.arne he said th.- i..d was daatt Ha had a ......
j.oiin.1 fra.ture of the skull where hls head ha l
Btnick ihe pavemenl, and hls IOBC1M was sw.lle.i
as thouk-h he had aa apttaplta Bt. brou?hl aboul by
the injurv Dr. Hopklna gave tba opinion that ba had
dlad of beart dlaaaae aad epUafaqr, lha latter la Iu. i i
by hls fall and Injury.
There h.id been no lll-voli ln Ibe wr.-ilir.^ match
between the ladf.. but wli.-n Kinn.-iK !-? r li-.i I
that l.-roioman was derul he became frlcbteaed aad
ran away. The pollce of tha IIbIob Market autlon
wer.. Inforr.ie.l gnd I>e!..-tlves Strlr.K' r and l.on.r
gan ^,r<- deulled to look for him. They arr. t<
tilm later In the evenltiK >" Aventi.- li aad he w..s
lo. k. d un in the atatlon boua.
A wlld story waa drculated ,n the nelgnbornooii
after the accldent thal Kannergelaer bad im th<
dead boy ovn the h.-ad wlth a llnch, bui no a
mark ? ould be found on the head to Indleate ih.t
he had done so, and tbe pollce after Invctltratlng
the story could flnd ro evldence to wariant tne
rumor and stiKniatized it as "a boyo' yarn.
A IABQB 8CBOOXBB SVSK
AI.I. 1 i 1: rt CREW BEUEVBO TO HAVE BEEN
IdtOWMI.
I'hlladeiphla. Feb. 10 This rnorniriL,' tl.e niasls of
? larKe thre??i*iasle.l schooner were dls<-ovf-r>-,| .tlck
InK ou*. of the ?ea, about elarht mlles ofT Baa lale
Clty, N. J. The vess?l had .-vidently raoantly foun
deied. and she must l>,iv<- goae down suddenly. as
.ill her .alls were set. The topsalls. blown Into
rlbbonfl. fluttered ln th<- wind. It I. belleve I thal
the crew ot the vessel Jnv all l.een dTOWIMd. The
raaad iie? la about tifteen fathoma <>t water, aad
ln a jioslllon danR-erous io eoaatWlM sieanx-rs an.l
saillr.K vessels. l;lvers wiii endeavor lo learn th
versel ? narne._
BO 3IOHK tSTtlAS BBBBLIBM FBOM OBIOABO
Chicaffo, Feb. IA?Secretary Hoke Hmlth has or?
dered the abandonment of the Iidian supply Btatlon
here at the end of thia month, and ha- flrea BO
reason for hls avctlon. Kx-Mayor Uewitt C. Cragtar,
who was appolnted Indlan Mupp.y Aaent la^: M.-,
will ln consequence, sever hls connectlon wlth ihe
Departnaaat of the Interlor. Mr. CreK|er thlnks the
oppo.ltlon of New-Yorkers had homethlnic to do
wltn the order._
A YICTIM or THK HATMABBBT RloT.
Oelnaia. Feb. IA? "Dan" DeUy. ona of Ihe pollce?
men who chanjed on the Anarchl.ts In the Hav
market rlol and was nlmo-t kliled by heins nmok
on the head by a plX^ of 'be bomb, w.h tak.-n to
the Detentlon Ho.plt.l to-day. havln*. been Btricken
by another vlolent att.ck of Insanlty. He ruahed
around hls home flourlahlna two revolvers hii-I
threatenlna to klll every one In the hou.e. He n.s
been ln th. a.ylum twlce.
B1SB0P M'Qt/AID U.B81 APOLOOIZB.
I'l.NFMJMATION Of THK REPORT THAT IIK BAg
i,:i:n DirKlPUKKD POR CRlTlClMga
ARCHRI8HOP li:i:i.AN'l'
Waahlngion. Feb. ;s lt was reccatly Btated in
these dtspatches on autborlty <>f "The Xew-Torb
Freeman'a .lournal" that I'.lahop McQu.ild. of Hnh
ester; bad beea reprlmanded by I.eo XIII f?r *he
attack made. from the pulptl of hla cathedral. on
An bblsbop Irelanrl, and thnt nottce of tlie reprl
mand bad been conveyed by the Pope'a ordei
Ihrough Cardlnal Ledochowskl to Arrhinshop i'or
rtgan, who is Hishop McQuald's atetropolltan. lt
la nmv sscertalned from tbe beal sourcea of in?
formation that "The Freeman's .lournal" atate
ment aaa correct. Mishop UcQuald has recelved
,-i aevere reprlmand, and la expected to mak<- due
apolog) for hls grsve breach "f eccleslastlca] dls
rfpllne. The right of Arohblahop Ir.dan.1 to spe.-.k
nnd ael aa he dld in Nfew-York Juat before tbe
late electlon ls practlcally acknowledged.
Archblshop Corrigan could not be seen laat night,
and tba Rev. Patbei Jamea M. Connolly, hls pri
vate secretary, efter hearlng th.- aubetsnee "f tbe
above diapatch, sskt: "I have nothing to a-iy ,.n
tbe *ubject, l nelther afllrm nor deav it. I hav..
ii,, wlah :,, i?- mlxed up in other men a coatrover*
DBATB OF TBE ** PBOPBET Ill-IAII"
MY. WAS AN BCCENTRIC PRRACIIKR, Wlin Nl M
BERRD POPg IM S IN AM' ?.'! KI'N' VIC
TORiA AMOXCl 1118 IIEARKR8
Blachatone, Maaa., Peb II Elljab Thayer dled
vesterdaj ,ii bla bome al Cbestnul HIU. aged
elgbty-tbree years, He aaa eccentrto ln rellglon
and ot'i.-r Ideas, and ua* aldely known us the
"Propbel Elijah," havlng .. renerable appearance
and belng accuatomed to rlde or aralb through tba
Btreeta arlth feel nnd head b.-ir.-. preacblng ib* G n
pei aa be Interpreted ll He beltoved ia bodll) trans
latlon, llke FSllJah'* He (ourneyed Ihrough r
aml As,;i Mlnor bareheaned ap.l barefoot*-, ?
mi, 1 tn have galned audlence vith Popa Plua IX
?nd Queen V'lctorla. His eocentrldtlea frequenll)
in into trouble In forelgn countrles,
ahlch the Amerlcan consula reaeued hlm. Ha aa*
unmarried and llved alone, bul had conalderabl.
from ahlch h* gave freely for charlty.
ii. aaa formerlj a ahlpowner In Ibe iouthern
Btatea
.1 BARVABD 8TDDEXT EXPELLED.
ms miKMi WAS w iiii-i-in.; \ kv:i.i."\v l*S
DERORAPI'ATE THI must i.M'i'l.
BION IN rBARg
Boston, I'.-i. ik A Harvard atudeut, Pn
W'arr.-n. of tti-- elaafl of ''.->. h;.? beea expelled by
Ibe faculty from ibe coltogje for .. Imlalsterlag ?
whtpptag to '' li Kcnyon, .. apedal atudeni in
the Lawrence I .nt ti, s bool, lt appears th,?t
Wart.-n becamc I ahal ba ssserti wa
a false sccuastton made agalnat him b) Kenyon,
?nd Boughl t,, punlah lhe latn-r by giuna I
lashiiiK wiih a whip Warren m\. tbal Ibe ^h p
u . ,i amalj one, ahlch broke aftei lao "r three
bloaa bad been glven. The faeultj declded, hoa
e\.-r. t,> expel l.iiii from th, rollege Th" ? .
?1 .;, is the firsi one ahlch haa tahea i i
Harvard In tne laal aevi n ?
*, ? ?
?I GLABIXO MI88TATEMEXT EXPOSED.
THK TlfTII MM' T THK PHIPAOO UMOT1
I | HBA* 1 I.v Mg ? if I.I ? nil.ri II -
.--,-? -i.. O ' ? ? S.-.ii lu?kv
ler," publlam i bj i f M i k, ., membi r of th
I'hi.-.ii.-,' organlsatloo Blyllng Itsell tba .\*?'. ited
Press, and fonnerly prealdenl of lhe Western
,!.,?,?! Fr, - ; ?<?? follofrlng i dll ?
the beedbn. "A Fakv Btati mi
In tbe diamtch Benl oui bj tba maaag* ' ?
Asaoclate I Pree* Wedn. ghl
? : meeting ?f tha ??' al Chk .,.
th,- i irmgraphl
"Th.- reporta <,f the Haard "f Uirectors and gen
erai manager have been glvei
Thej Bhowed in detall Ih* fli inclal rondltlon of tha
associatlon, with ihe t.pia and eapendlturea for
the last ?.venl..n mon'li* up t.. l-i-mlwr 81, "fl.
and tbal the rome ?as n -ufrlrient fn
eover th- < utla\ "
Inasmnch aa thla matier aaa Inteiwed f<,r th*
member* of tl,< Aaaoclat*d Ft-?- It e*< ?
. ut... :. unne. ? iry I it. In vlew ' *h,
faci that th" membera ihemaelvea had in t-nind
? lhe Ilnati' :.il *l f the ti ,.ir 1 fi I the
y-.gr ,.,.?:,? | ,..,.'. ? ? . thr reporl
? ? .- , ? ? ,.? tl,.- I, ,.,r I he h 8f
which ftatly contradl.-l Ihe above Rtatemeal aeni
niit by M. K Ktoni th) g.
led l'i n . eral m in ig< i hla ofl
,,,,; ,., , Rhow? ? - everj monih from Auguai.
I8H I-, January, 188* excepi li u lober, IM and
i? ..mber, 1884, .. nei lona ln lhe entlra pertod of
C09.414 v:- Therefore, hl* reporl loe* ti"' -h,.? that
il,,. income wai mon than ?ulTlclenl ?
outla) during thi montba ?ri<)ing Ito*
, < n.i" r II, :? ?? ,. ,
The Au Iil Ing '' ?mmltt< ii : ? r<
7 *et* forth thal ll - II ihllltl of th* aaao. <" l
pr , ..... -j - md n .,-- ?- CW ?..?> a.
Ibe nei loas B18J I tlo.OHO m.ir^ lhan
H'.,ii<- maki - II rh> -? aaai n ar* made up "f f irnl
..... recelvabl .,.. i b *m iil amo ml
h ..ii han I The llablllll*'* are Pompo*ed of Ihe
i sio, k, M8.7M1 borrowed ,u bank*, 1180.000, and
due lelegraph companiea nearlj $.'???" mon It ?
.itii.i/.ii r th.it any man who deelree lhe
reputallon of belng heneal could s.-nd oui the di*
patch which nppeared In "The Realstet" of Thur
rlaj morning, In vlea of Ih* ofllclal reporta nnd- l i
,,... .,. itioi V '? laj In b -und \ ilumea
We have everi reaaon i?i belleve lhal a more ?
ln>.' inveetlgatlon and examlnatlon "f tti- iN.,.k* and
? .,-.: ] eftoa thal ih* ln lebt* Ine* on F- ii
mary l 1816, would u- nearer P08.088 ihun BM.
PEXB8YLVAXIA MISFRS BBTOMBBD.
six OP thi:m kii.i.i:I' OtTRIOHT ABT3 POt'P
I ITAI.LT in ii m:i'
Pottsville, p.-nn.. Peb l* By ..n exploston ot
mlne kiih at 18 O'clock this neirnlng ln Ibe W* I
F'.ir Rldge I'.iii-r-.. of tha Readlng t'oal aad Iros
Company, nt Mahanoj Plane, ala mlners were kllled
aad iiv.- v.r- burned. f<"ir <.f Ihem probably
fnt.iiiy The dead ?"? Peter Oreenbaeh, of hi
I'lalr; .los.-ph Hill.., <'f ' 'r.-a.-ent Hill. TbOMiafl
i.iiikin, >,f Qlrardvllle; Benjamln Reaber, of Ma
banoy Plam Peier Kllne und Anthoay .\i>-.-t*, <>f
Ashland.
The nr-t ii\< men aera probablj Inalaatly kllled,
and it waa boom llma before Ihelr i?>.Ii.'h were
reeovered from the working*. bul Myera waa taken
oui aiivc and dled whlle belng carrled to tbe Ims
pltal The Injured are Bdward Davts, "f i.irnrd
ville; Wllllam Minni'h and Wllllam Ooff, ol Ash
land; John Lamej end Wllllsm Davl ot Mahanoj
Plane li is fsared thal tba Brsl four of tbe*
ini;jr,.,i men ere fstally burned, bul l>a\ia was onl)
?llgbtly hi, ?
Tbe oiigin of th<- exploslan la not kaowa, bal it
la Bupposed tbal i naked lamp Ignlted a large b..d\
of gaa thal bad been le| loose Crsm .. kdasl tbal
was made it tbe gangway. The exploston cet Hrs
to tbe tlmbera ol whal la called the "naoakej ali
way," euttlna off Ihe * cap of ihi Hve men kilii I
Iu the mlne, The >i\ men wlm were laket.i allve
were nean I the gangway and eacaped tha suf
focal ng fume of th* na and lhe avalanche "i
coai und tlmber whleh followed the exploston. A
Herce tii brnke ml in the gangway, bul neverth*
i.-ss ibe work of reeculna lhe Imprlsonetj men w
recoverlng tbelr bodlea, if dead, was al "ii<-<- pro
,.i,,i wlth. A lln. "i h. wa* run Into tbe gang?
way, aml between - and I o'clock this aftern.i
lhe ilead bodlea of thi Bve men w.-r.- reeovered
Th-- fire Ir tbe mlne ls still raglns Hercely, und la
i,, ,, place not <:i v of so ? ia Tne mlne ofllclal*
hope tu be able tu extlngrulsh tbe Bamea before
they gel a hoid on Ihe coai, for ln th.it <-... ? Ibe
mlne would have t" be Aooded and over IM men
would be thrown oui "f work. The eoJltory has a
uapuclty ol 2W,0M tons annually,
BBBBBBBB BTl BL PBODVOTIOB IS MM
Phlladelphla, F'-b- I*. The Amerl<-.-in lron and
gteel Assoclatton h.^ recelved complete atatlatlca
>,f the productlon <>f Bessetaer ateel m^ois aad Bea
s.-ni'-r ateel ralla of all welgbta and ssetlona in the
I'nlted Btatea ln ItM, Includlng .. small cjnaatlty of
?tandard rails and a larger qaantlty of etreet and
electrlc rallroad ralla whtoh were made hy manu
fa.-turer.s from pnrchssed Mooaw. The total produe*
i!on of Bessemer steel Ingots m MM was ;i..',79,ini
grosa toas, ggalnsl 1,11 Ll gross tons in 1193. show*
Ing im Increaae ln lfJi of tBLttt t..n?. or il.:i per
eeal Tha total productlon of ,iii kinds of n*?*e
m.r ateel ralla. Includlng llgbl an<l heavy and atree!
anl inln<- ralls. In the Fnlted Slates ln ItlM waa
L014.0M grosa tons, agalnat l,lja,400 groaa tons in
Luj' | rjecrease In laaa of I1MM gr,?.? tona, or 10.2
Bar cenl The productlon of Iteaaemer steel ralls In
_H was composed Of W.13f? Krom tona rolle<l by the
nroducera of domeatlc ingots and 114,911 tons rolle I
from pur. hased i.looms. The ralla reported whtoh
.,,. ,'? llnit.lv known 10 have be.-n rolled for
Mii.-.t and electrto railway* aamantod in ism t<>
l_ i'.<; grosa tona, againal 133.423 tona ln 1W1 an i
III 'fiM tons ln IM-. All the *treet and electrlc rall?
road rall* rolled In 1"!?l were made ln Pennsylvanla.
IV IKYEHTUIATE ALBAWT8 WATER STJPPl.J.
Albany, Feb. IK.-Judge Fliite, In the Court of gea
m ,n. to-dav ohargad the Oraad Jury to Inveetlgat*
th* InaufTlclency of the Albanv water Buppiy.
MAY BE A DOUBLE MURDER.
RROOKLYN* POI.ICK LOOKINO FOR
MVSTFIUor.-* STRANCKR.
THK DEATH OFTWO TOCNt. MKN FROM Hnr.nKKN
IN A BROOKI.TM ROTEt. M.w THOUOHT TO BE
THK itKsn.r or a DEUBERATB DEBIOM -
ROBBERT THK ALLEOEO MOTIVK.
The clrcumstanc-s atteiulInK tiie death of
Henry Knappe and John Setm., who were fmind
asphyxint.-l hy Ka. in r?...m No, 1 at Miller'.
Hotel. Noe. II and 17 Rroaiiwav, Hrouklyn, Ofl
Bunday, which wa. at tlrst belleved to have re
stiite.i from rarrliaanaaa on lha parl of ona <>f
the nien, now polm atrongly to murder. As a
reault of an InveetlgaUon mada by tba pollca of
tho Firtii Precin rt, assi.sie.i by a detectlve from
Hobokan, a genaral alarm has been .ent out for
the arr. st ,.f an nnkflown man ..f whom the
pollca have an accurate deacrlpttoit, and who Is
belleved to hav.- canatd the death ot th.> two men
i.y turnlng oa ihe mxa In the room whlle they
were aleeplng. The .,niy motlve aealgned for tha
double crlme was robbery Th.- dead men were
known to have had PN in thelr poaaNMlon when
the) lefl thelr bornea la Hoboken <.n Baturday,
and wh.-n th- < l.>fliinK was gearehed after death
only UM wns found [I was nol untll yeater?
day thni the pollce learned the tacta regardlng
the death . .' the men, th?> proprtetor >.f the hotel
and hla.nlght clerk, Henry .1 Fannlng, havlng
k. pl them from tbe polli e.
The dead men were nlneteen and elgbtcen yeara
old reapectlvely. s ims llved al No. 7 Wlllow-et.,
and Knappe, untll Frlday, al No. 12 Hudaon-at,
Hoboken, where be was employed aa .. derh by
c r 1 F. 1.;?r:e-r- :,. Belfna waa .. meaaenger in tbe
Deiaware, Lackawanna and Weatern Rallroad
servlce, ri??? regletei of the hotel gave Ihe
namea ef Kefty and Ryan.
Tha man whom the pollce ur-- now kwklng for
waa regtatated as c M. Luts. He was gapgrtRt*
h twenty-flve yeara oi...
The namea wei ? entered on the hotel register
by iii" niectit clerk gfter u." men had retlred,
ihelr rlghl namea, it l* alleged, nol havlng been
aaked for by th>- cierk. li waa on this accounl
ihat s-.tne dlfllcult) araa experlencad In Identlfy
Ing lha bodli 1
Fur ihree in\s 1.. f..r? Knappe lefl hla place the
? tranRe man uas aeen lotterlng at. ml 111?? groeery
itora and held f'-- |ueni c nvereatlona wlth him.
N..thiriK w.i" thoughl of this. however, by
Kn.;].; ? .-r wii.-n be lefl hla place on
Frlday he recelved HA hla month'a wagea, nnd
loM his fr..- ida thal be w.is k .ini? West and
that be bad drawn 1160, hla aavlaga from the
lot.k
Th. - man ?,i? al Ihe atore when
? - lefl hla employer, and they w. n' away
togetber. Wh-re th.\ apenl tbe nlghl la atlll a
the aame daj Beima w.i? aenl bj
imln 1; 11 i.'.ier. who 1- <:. agent for John
ii >t ir.:.. md '??- whom he ?..s ata 1 employed, !??
Sew V rk ? ? " J'.'" He returned ani 1 .11
.-?;.;.. lhat hi i 1-1 nol gal the m
HHng ? ni;. -..? iiMtriitiL,- waa thouahl of
,- rday, when he falled t 1 appear,
1 ? . lea were made b) Mr flardlnler. whlch
I tbal he had re ? Ived the
Dati Hv. M Kenna, whn l* ln the emploj '
? .!?? [?ackawanna and Weatern Rall
n th- . lae, and learne1 thal
t Frlda nlght al >.?? h ime. He
i refralaed from iea\ina the h..us.> ,n ...
' ?-. p|ea "f hl? dvlna m .ther th.it he
rn at l.-r hedalde all nlaht When he l.-ft
.-.?.? on Baturday n ?? niriK be told hls
r that h? waa x h ?' 1 w " ? He k>.e<i
her atfectlonately.
? ?? your work I. dotie." were
,1 worda Mrs Beima -aul lo hei aon. This
h.- pmratoe l ' 1 .1" Inatead ..f k ?in* t . 1ns m >tk
11. in.. mother aunpoaed, he evtdently went ln
' Knappe and the .;r..nir- men The
.-. be 1 t>ie Bro k \ i h ????! eb iul : ..' 1 . k
ly haggage they hat
m 1 aatehel wll Knai I. and whlch
? ? , 1 ?- ;. , ? araph ?' I thai ??'? a ? ?:
1 latter'a pi ture ?.h ln a letter. the
irrlti ! larlng hi r 1 re for him and asklng him
? , 1 \.: been ronflrtned and waa atlll a
9 I boj
<".rk Fannlng ?? Igned Knapi ind Beima 1
t ,; .\ . | aiid th" atrang. . 1 ri 1 1 ro in No 4
II ith : rns .,t- .ti the ihir 1 fl. OT, rOOWl No 4
.- ir, the fr.nit . f the houee and room .\ I
ln ih- back When they went to iheti - .ra
k-.j.-:. Mr-. Farrell, who was on th.- floor.
*a\s ahe heard the nrange man Lll them g 1 1
That was th- l.i-t BeeU ..f the men allve
A few mlnutea before 11 ? look Bundaj mornlna
Mra Farrell. whlle praparlng th.- rooma. noilced
lhal tbe 1 -r -?' room Nn 4. ?? upted by the
Btrange man. was .p-n. and h- was i.Iius:ihl;
hla i.ei-ktie Bhe pol 1 n ? further attentlon to
..-.1 v*.:,! ,,:i ai. ..it her work. Wh-n ahe
i i.ed th- r.1 agaln ih.- man had goaa He
had lefl the hotel, and on reaching ihe offl *?? told
th.- rlerk to lei hla t*,. frlenda aleep untll noon,
. ? v were llred.
I.'t th.-m have a good, long .leep," wer- hls
laal worda before he lefl ihe h-.tei Th- clera
Informed ii,- bouaakeeper ?f thla fact, and the
unfortunate men ware nol dleturbed al ?'?
k Bunday afternoon Mrs. Farrell an ? led
Ki.i". nnd tracad lt t.? room No l The proprlrtor
? is sent f..r. nnd when h. 'rl-l th- rtooi II waa
f..und unloeked. Wh.-n Mlllei opened ih- door
li. was Btaggered bv th- ?.."i. ?' gaa. on the
bed w.is Beima arblle Knappe waa on the II001
n.-ar th- door, ahowlng thal he hai trled Iii
reach the door, bm fell un. macloua and dled
Tln- key ..f th- .1-"- --.is lylng on the bureau.
it is belleved thal the etranger entered the room
wlule ti,.. men were aleeplag ani after 1 >b
i.Iiik them. removed th- up fmm the *n< bumei
nnd turned on th- al >p 1 i>. leavlng his rlctlma
I.. ihelr fal- .
Th- tln ..f Ihe burnar could nol !.?? found and
wns evtdently carrted away. Th- tlp waa on the
burner wh-n the men tboh poaaeaalon "i the
r<>oiii.
VOLOBBl ?' T MAHTIS BBBIOVBLT tl 1
rhtcago, Feb. l" coioml J T. Martln, AdJuUnt
Oeneral ..f tbe Departaaaal "f Mlaaouri, la m at the
Chlcago Baa. h Hotel Me aaa i-? " Bufferlna from
.. rompllcatlon of kldney troublea for aome tlme aad
is nol rapected to aurvrri many h.nirs.
TBLBOBAFBIC XOTB8,
Cinc nii.in. Fei. is Charlea Inaorj and Lotfla
Runam, aged ...... and eleren, reepectlveiy. nroae
through ihe |re re.ler.Ui afternoon and aere
ir.vMi.,1 in ihe Oblo Rlrer, Thelr bodlaa h.ve not
\-i t i.-en recovered.
Bouth Ha.liev Falla Maaa, Ffb. ln s...n after
:? a 1.1 l.urKlars ent.-red ani robbed the no.tom -
b) bloWlng open the saf.-. .nd made thelr e-.;.|.
wni, some ti/.i 111 atampa and t'^ in money. The
f.irv ..f th.- . x|.1.-1.,11 blew the entlre kUss fiont
..nt of ihe atore wrecklng tba tatarlor. Tbe wrk
was that of professlonaK
Kaasaa Clty, Ma, l-'.i.. is Tbe Inauianca eon*
panlea whlch Iaaued lha pollclea on the llfe ot the
noled !?r Fraker have ..ffere.l tlrt.Oj.1 for Il.e ap
prehenalon of the dktctor. Tha Instiranca companlea
wer.- dafaated ln thelr buIi ended last we.-k. but
atlll think that the doctor is allve
li.trolt. Mlrh.. Feb. IS. The home .f 1011 Bjf'
mn.ir, at l.ewlston. was b.irned Baturday nlKh^
Th.- ihr... chlldren. al b.ys, whoaail|M ","*'1
from four to len. were cremated. Mr. aad Mrs
Sevmour were at 1. danea when the flre occurre.1.
lt Is belle\',..| by many lhat the flre was Incenulary.
lioston. Feb. ih. The Lagletatlra Committ.-e aa
Riil.-s to-day voted uiuinlmoiisly to refer to the
n.-xt Leglalature the petltlon of J. ",.,,,,,'k,f,'r,? ,iir
th- |no,rpora.tlon of the M.iropollt.in l-.l.-vated R.ll
w.iv I'mnmny. This ls the petltlon Ir. whlch Theo
.lon- F. Hresser |s Interest.' I. and whlch a-ka
f,,r 11 company wlth a capltil of not le.-s th.m *lo.
Onn.liori nor more lhan BBABABBi
S.iulh Haveti. Mlcli.. Feb. II Captaln W.._F.
Vapler. wh.. trled to buy a half Interest ta the lost
ateamer Chlcora from the Orabam and Morton
rtatii-portall.it. Company. has MCUrad the OOOtTXCt
f.,i tlndlnK Ihe Chl.ora for IS.fmn. He wlll bcrln
operntl.ins aa B04M as the |C0 breaks up.
1'lttsburK, Feb 18 -lnfomiatlon has been recelved
in Homestead that Mlchael Reates an.l Andrew
Blnfo, two Homeataad men were lost by the sink
Inx of the steamshlp Klbe. Rentes was employed
In the beam mlll of the steel works and S4lnfo whs
a cllpper. They had been vlsltlng for two months
at thelr hom-s In Auatrla. They salled from
Hremen f<r America In the steersje of the III
fate<l sleamer.
Mlnneapolls. Keb. 18. -The Asbury Methodlst Kpls
is.pal Hoapltal in this clty e*u?ht flre al 11 o clock
this mornlnK. ?nd Boon the ftames had spread so
flercely ,that a s-vond alarm was turned In. All the
patlents, liu'lii.llng one who waa ii|>on the oparatlna
table. ware removed ln aafety to St. Rarnabuf s
Ho.pltal and adjolnlna houses. The dama?a wlll
amount to tlO.ooo.
HE CUT IIIS WIFE'S THROAT.
A COLDBLOODED MURDER IN HOBOKEN.
AN B9tOI*fEBR Kll.l.s His BFOVBM, WITH Etn
MOTHER IN' THK NKXT KOOM -THE MI3
CREAKT 9TILL UJCCAUOHT.
Hoboken was th- fcen* of another brutal wlfe
mur.ler yesterday. The vietlrr. was Helena Spear
linK. and ahe dled at the hands of her huaband,
Chrlstopher Spearling. The weapon tise 1 was a
razor. and the dead woman almost had her head
CUt off. The couple llved at No. 2.1 Madlson-st.
Bpearttng was an ensine-r, and earned good aragea
His home was comfortab'.e. but Hpeariin^ used to
get very dnink and abtt-K 1 his wlfe. She had him
arr-st. 1 DOl kmg aso, and he had Just COCBpletCd
a thr-e montha' term in the penlteatlary. After
hls relaaaa th>- couple quarreled ?"reiiuently.
At in o'.-loek yesterduv mornlng Mrs. Bpearllng
waa ln th-- front room. Bpearllng and his mother,
Mrs. Francea Bpearllng, who !s aeventy-two yeara
old, w, re in the kit.-hen. Bpearllng wenl into tha
front room, cloalng the kltchen door. ln a few
mlnutes h" KtttTBCd. Mrs. Spearling. the mother,
s.iys s.he heard no nolse. Her son put on his ha:
and wenl out. At the foot of the stalrs he met Ifl*,
s.phu Bebn, who llvee <>n the (Iral floor. and told
her h- had cul hla wlfe'a ihroat. Mrs. Beha sup
poaed be araa Joking, but told him it was a aorry
jest. Bhe paaaed into her apartments and Spearling
weal oui Ot th- house without furtber remark. A
f.-w mlnutea later old Mrs. Spearling had OOCaaion
t.. bjo into the front room, where ahe was horror
Btrlcken at tba alghl ? ?: hei daughter-ln-law lylng
..ii the floor In a pool -.: blood wlth her head almost
?everc I frmn her body.
An alarm wis at once glven, and amorik- tne
flrat to reapond aa. a pollceman who araa accom
panled bv Criarles ZaiiL,'. the inur.l-re 1 woirin s
brother The Latter carrled r loadi i revplver wlth
a-hloh he Intended to Bhoot Bpearllng. be aaM.
Mra Bpearllng was forty yeara old. The couple
irere marrled In Oermany eiKht.-en yeara igo
They had no chlldren. They came to this country
ln lilso a-. ' had .Ince made thelr home ln Hobo?
ken. Mra Bpearllng'- body aa. removed to th
Muk'ue. The pollce have nol been able to nnd
Hoearllng bui as he was last Been making nis way
tnw.it i tha Kete-hta. ll la belleved that be haa
rone elther t i Newark or Pateraon.
BAIWABD'8 WITNBB8B8 TEBTtFT.
i:\li.I'N'K Wlll. ll impi.i-'ATI'.s BOTH BBOTHBR9
IN THB MURDER OP MfS9 QINQ
Mlnneapolla Feb. II?Maggle Wachter, th.- itar
witn.ss for the defence ln the <;in^ murder trial,
told her story this aft-rno.i I tha tru.- tnward
n-s- ..f Harry Hayward'a defence ts cooatag to tha
?urface. From leicreaalBg evldence thal "Adry"
was ni aome aay coanected wlth the murder the
b.n-f Ib galnlng credeoce thal both inen were mlxod
up in the plot. BUat'a remark that "Adry" said tO
him. "Re aure you brlng tba Iroa" galna freah alg
nlflcanee every day aa :he caaa unfolds. There la
certalnt) expreaaed In aome quartera tha: th.
state is aware of "Adry*a" compUdty, but ba-. proev
Ised him immunlty for hla teattrhony agalnal Harry.
ln thla caaa th.- defence wlll be aWe to prove Ita
alibi f..r iliiin Hayward, and that It was "Adry"
who met nn>.. od Keawood Boulevard.
When Miaa Wachter was called to tbe atand ahe
looked Indlgnant, and her loafea dld not belle the
fact When aaked aa to the aiateeaent that miim
had accuaed "Adr>" Hayward ol belng an accom
p!l. e and that Harry w.is to be accuaed ?f the
murder. sh.- Btarted talking at a raptd rate. In
H.isw-r tO the .|.i-sti..n sh- said. "BitXl Said th-y
would pul up the Job aboul two weeka before the
murder, and wenl oul and plcked oul the apot. <hi
tha day of ihe murder. iinxt aald 'Adry' told him
10 take the lr..n and gB OUI to the lake wh.r- th-v
plcked oul the apot, aad If he waated heJp Fraah
woull ba there to help him."
Sh- said tbal H.ixt bad glvea thla aa parl ot .
si itern-i-.t to his attoraey, bui that the lattei had
me angry aad told mixt to Bay nothlng more
about "Adry." "After lhat," said Miss Wachter,
?mixt aald, i tbought you w.u.t.-.i ma to tell the
truth " Theieaffr. Mltt Wachter te,tlfle.l. Kllxt
dld not mention Adrlan H.yward'a name thnughout
hls atatement. The defence h ilda tbal the story
told by thla arltneaa auetalna the eharge of intlml
datlon . .
When a?ked wheth?r she had been threatened hy
attorneya In the -.?- ? Miaa Wachter replled, "l
should "think I hnd " She then told "f Ihe vtott of
Mr Hall la.1 Baturday. The attornej bad flattered
nnd ihre.ten. l her. She had ai*. been Ihreatened
by Ihe attornej for Hlixt. .ml. in sh..it. her llfe had
been ma i<- .. mlsery.
Edwai I tloo?l.ell, of Chlcago, a roualn, teatined to
meetlng Harry a' the llrand Paclflc, Chlcago, N" -
L-emher ' and al that tlme he had SJ.OOO ln caah.
The 1-:???:?- ./lll try to prove by this teatimony thal
H l?., ? l rea > had the money whi.h he .-laims ti
have loan. I Ml.. Qlng, taklng the Inaurance po.ldea
irlty, _ _
A GB0TE3QUE TALE <>f A ROBBERT.
IUjEOED IPPRARAKCB OP A MABEED BUROUAR
IN WT.sT.MKSTV.lt VIIXAOE IKV.NKS
OP v WOMAN
itisr'.-s .lepuiie, atatlon jk.iii at the New-Tork,
New-Haven and Haitford iUtlroad's station at
West cheoter vUlage, orbere be alao acta ..-? Ihe
ageal of the Adama Bxpreaa Compaay, tella .. blgh
flown and groteeque tale of an attempt t.. roh him
on Baturday nlght.
The vtllage baa a bank. The bank la cloa i to
bualneaa men |uai now becauae of a contagioua dla
? i ? :n the upp, r pirt of tbe bulldlng ln whlch it
haa its offlcea Tbe bank his been quarantlned, but
that doea nol prevent its dolng bualneaa aa it has
opened a temporary ofllce In tba rallroad atatlon.
Thla of courae, brlngi . lon. lerably larger amount
..r money to tbe atatlon dally than is ordinarlly the
caaa This is gtvecj in th- tale ..s the reaaon why
Ihe boM robber deecen led ??!! the llttle Btatloa
.l.-iome's .-l.iry is lliil II w..s BbOUl I O'ClOCk <n
Baturday afternoon when the r ii..-.- entered the
pb. Th.- Intruder, iccordlng to .1 roroe, wore ..
palr of leatber trouaera a h..rt corduroy i at, a
belt, .md between hla coal and tlw bell bad thrual
,i blg revolver. Crownlng .11 ??? 'ax i blg llght-colorod
hat A brtatllng muataena eompleted ibe plcture,
except that the 8nan arora a ma?c Jerome ?-.i>s
the man placed .. platol, i i. tb.- one in ihe belt,
to bi. head, but thla dld nol terrlfy the agent, who
.ir once sprana up Bnd grappled wlth the robber.
He declarea he abouted for h Ip, and thal John
Hrunt. who drfvea lha Adama ExpreaJ Company*.
wagon, aad Baggaga Maater Oeoigo Ketlj raiua
t,, nia md. < 'ti aoolng ih.-s. m.-n tho robber i..n
from the atatlon and st.irt. i up th. rallroad irack.
Ah ha ran he iir.d the revoh ir Into tha alr. Tl.e
Bounda of the ahota do nol app, ir lo hav- been
heard by aay oae aava >ba r.ien at rh<- -.:...i n.
Kellj and Hrunt lauKhe.i w-i- i aaked about Un.
robbery and decllned to lalk.
Tha st..r\ la nol jeneralty b*U*ved by the ici
dent? <>f the rllbtga, and tl.-v w .n le>- wny Jerome
dld not make ihe fa.-ts publlc pr.mp.iy.
Am .th. r maaked buralar . ????>? over whi.h ihe
t,.wn began to ba really .-xcit ?>! turns out 10 ??
the result of a young woman'a pranka Mrs. Theo
dore Davla and Mrs Rerrtan, wlfe >f i ilcputy.
sherlff, wen- th- women who s.iw tJie mi-i.. I
burglar. They th.night the burgtar trled t.> enter
the house on Sunday nlght. bui tln Btory .aiue i -it
yester<la) when a young woman confeMed that .be
had dreased hemelf ln male .ittlre utid trled in en
ti-t tbe houaea of bar two moal Intlmato frlenda iu
ord-r to "have fun wlth them."
BBOOKBIBLVA FLACB A * COBBtTTBBMAX,
William Broekfletd'i acceptaace of tha efBca af
Commlaatoaer <>f Publtc v\..rk- vacated hl* m?m
borahtp In ihe Republlcan County committee for
the xxist Aaaembly DUIricl uader the pcotrloloaa of
the coaatttuttofl framed by the Committee af Thlrty
and adopted laat year. The DtotrtCt Committee met
at tha oiti.-e of Oeneral flamual Thomas. No. ai
Broadway, yesterday nnd elected Bauauel c French
as Mr. Ilrookfleld'a suecessor. The representatlves
of tba XXIst Dlstrl.t are now Samiiel Thomas.
Oeneral Aneon ?: MeCaok. Henry I.. Klnstein,
Thomas i. QalUgfaan, Thomaa F. Weotworth aad
'S'M,r'''Krenchr|s,a llfelong K. publlcar.. and jk?many
years has I.n a memher of the dlstrlcl organza
tlot, ,.f whlch he was long the secretary. He has
been . memher of the Republlcan CTub ataca 879.
and '--.r vear conducted the c.nvasses of Assembly
man Wllds and Assemblyma:: Hall. Mr. r"ren.-h ls
m ",...'!.; lf.ii.ln.ss at So. 1 Uroadway. and llves at
No. JCO Tark-ave.
- -?-4>-?
nu.l.iAU BBLLT BBBTBBOBD FOR UFF.
Wllllam Kelly. who was convlcted last week of
murder In Ihe second d.-gree for the kllllng of Mrs.
Sarah Wendle on the nlght of October 3. 1894, at
No. *-W West Flfty-flfth-st.. wa. brought up for
sentenee yesterday mornlng In the Court of Oyer
and Termlner. Hls counscl. Mr. 1'enteoost. made
the usual plea for clenietu-y. but .lustice limraham
utated there was only 080 sentenee he could- pro
nounce, and that was Imprtsonment for llfe. The
prlsoner was not vl.llily affacted hy the .enten.-e,
although hl. wlfe. who wa. In court. took It much
to heart.
OORMAN PRE8ENT8 HIS PLAN
IT PROVIDES FOR AN ISSUE OF ?100,000,00#
DEBT CERTIFICATE8.
A TRAiTirAI. METHOD OF MEETING TREASURT
UBPlCm I.Vrrti.Nl TEI> A8 A "RIDBR" TO THB
Sl'NimY < IVII. BII.L?JONF.S'8 FREE
SII.VER lill.L TO BE BROFOHT
TO A VOTE.
[BT TEI.EORAPH TO THE TMBL'NE.)
Wnshington, Feb. IS.?Two materlal attacltt
were made to-day in tite Senate on the Presl
drnt's flnindal pottcy and on the extraordlnary
und ruinous .xhibition of personal flnancierlng
in whlcb it has. c-ulmlnated. The flrat came ln
the sliape ,.f a pointed rebuke from the Commlt?
tee on Apprnpriations, in which Mr. Oorman,
ih, real leader of the Democratlc maj-rlty ln
the Senate, exerts a controlling inlluence, tho
commlttee raporttag o% a "lider" on the Sundry
Clvll Appi-oprlat'on bili a plan of relief for the
Treasury, which, belnsr at once practical and
aenslb'.e, flles ln the lace of all the Admlnistra
tlon'l fantaatlc suggestions and dircctly con
travonoa in one important partkular the pro
vtslona of the reccnt bond contract algned by
the Tr asury wlth th" Morgan-Belmont syndl
cate. Tiie other attack wai made in the Senate
[tsetf when oa a dlrect test of Btrength that body
declded late this evtnlns; to take up and ruab
through the Jones Free Sllver Coinage bill ln
open deflance of the Adminlstratlon and Ita
wlabee.
The two assaultg <>n the Presldent's pollcy were
nol im ? mnectod, for whlle it ls WOll understood
that the passage of a Free Coinage bill through
th? Senate at thi- tlme ia a pieee of mere pollti.-al
bravado, jrot BUCh ? nomlnal demonstration of
the revtvtng atrength of the free sllver foroes ta
constderad as the noeaagary price of a vote for
Mr, Oorman'a plan for tbe reilef of the Treasury
-a plan which is even more dangerously an
taffonlstlc to the Admlnistratlon's progratnme,
Inasmucb as it has a ratlonal value and ls
btsed 011 an apprsctotlOfl of actual necessitleg
whl h th- Presldent and hls advlsers have
, bosen t-> Ignore.
Mr. (Jorman, a* is w II known. has besn entlrely
OUI of gympatby with tne Admlnistratlon's re
cenl finaiK-ial operatlons, holding wlth the Re
publi'-an leadera la Congreaa tbat the practical
and sei.sible method of overcomlng the Treas
ury*s |,i---.ii' embarrasoments lay in the adop.
tion of ?onie tcinpotnry *?padlent to rtHtvo the
eurrenl defktenchM rather than in an elaborate
'?xpeil.-n-titation with the currency system or a
further resort to ruinous purchMQg of gold. Ever
Blnce the beglnnlng of the seabtoa the Maryland
Benator, wbo* soums to be ihe nr.ly leader ln the
Democratlc party with .and f or <? uirage enough
to look bcttial COndltlOOg tn tho face. has favored
the imposition of a "rid.-r" OB one of the regular
approprlatlon bllla gunting gnthorlty to the s*e
retary of the Treasury to contract a temporary
loan t-' moet the deflctendoa occaaloned by the
fallure "f tbe present tariff law to produca ade
ipiate public revenue?. anl he has conslstently
BOUfh) to unltg both parties in the Senate on a
rnoderate and practical plan of reikf such as
he ha* n-.w embodtod In to-day's amendment.-; to
the Sundry rivll blll.
BAD ON THI NATl'i.VAI. I'RKDIT.
Mr. Oorman, in i 'mmon with all the other
antl-Admlniatratlon Demoerata la congreaa. re*
g.ir'.s the contract cntered into hy th" Presddent
wllh the forelgi. bond ayn iicatr for the dlapo.*-.!
of Indeflnite isimes of bonda at an extortionato
proflf as n<-'t only hlghly injurlous In 118 effeet
on the Natlonal credlt, but as exceedingly die
astrous to the fortunes of the Democratlc party.
and hls own BCbeme for '-be relief of the Treas
ury'a embarraaamenta naturally Inctudea a pointed
lehuk,. i, th- Prealdenl for that portlon of hia
ttnlucby bargatn whi'-h aer:ns to hind the tlovern
menl to further ontraet* with the same thrtfty
banking rombination. Accordlng to the provMong
of one of Mr. Oorman'a amenlments. no further
I aale can be negotiated by the Treaaury ex
cept after due public notlca anl on terms whi<'h
open the blddlng t > all COOMff, Thl.idirect repudla
tlon "i thal portlon <>f the Admlnlstratloa'g con
tra ?: whl, h is yel to be fttlfllled can be construed
<>n 1 > as an emphaUc notlce on the part of Con*
greaa that the Prestdent'g recent extraordinary
flnandsl exp-rlment la BOl to be repeated under
any clrcumatanOMj and that the party leadera
in Congreaa sre anxious to abaotve themaelvea
08 far as posstblS from all respor.slbility for the
.ur.ingement made wlth the bond syndU
,-ati' through the agency of Mi. t'levc-land'a per
Bonal repreeentatlve anl former law partner.
Mr. Oorman, ,'ssentlng to the suggestlon llrst
made by Mr. AlUson that the present deftelency
In th<- Treasurj I Bld bo mOOt ,-asiIy and con
venlently mot by the issue of shurt term exeheij
uer n itea "r cum icy certlflcatea, has in.-oipo
rated in his "rider" to the Appr rjprlattOB bll! an
authorlsatlon of a temporarj lona "f thla char
acter not to excaod in amount Jloo.ooo.ooo. The
certlflcatea are to be floated la denomlnatlone
,f 129, $.M) *and ? i > o. anl in multiplea of the same
liptotl.aM. They aie to run for two years. bear
Ing ;; per cent Intereot, payable semi-annually,
and after mattirltv ar. U, be n-deemed at the
pleasure of the Oovernment. They are also to
be uaed I y the Becretary of the Treaaury in dis
cbarglng current obUgatlona, if the holders ot
these obllgatlona atv wllling to recelve interest
bearlng eertlllcate*i in Hen "f caah.
The Republlcan managers have all along fa
vored th<- ndoptlon of the exebequer note plan,
?nd their only erebairaaamant ln supporting Mr.
Oorman'a amendment to the Sundry Qvll blll
will grtoe t'rom the imposelbility <>f obtalning
from the Treasiry an admlasi.in of the actual
ne sslty of su.-h a kan as Mr. Oorman advo
eatea If Mr. Carlisle is willing to admit aa
franhly aa Mr. Oorman tbe .-xistence 0f an
alarmtng deflcli in tho revenuaa, the Republlcan
! 8dera wlll gtedly CO*oparatg with the Maryland
S. nator In faatenlng hls practical and senslhle
"ild.i" oa the Sundry Civil Approprlatioii bill.
DBMOCRATIC (.H'FodlTlON T<> O.HtMAN.
un th, DemoeratlO Btda of the S.-nate. a goofl
deal ii oppoalUoa t" Mr. Oorman'a amendment
is Uhel) to be developed. the "Cnofcoo*1 Senators
belng aa relUCtant aa the Adminlstratlon offlclals
tbemselvea t" admit the fhUnre of the present
tariff law to furnlsh revenues ?ufflclent for the
aupp >rl of the Oovernment, and being also hlghly
averae to Banctlonlng t.ie pt^i.-tical abrogation of
Mr. rieveland's contract wlth the Morgan-Kel
iiiont s) ndl-ate as .ontemplated by Mr. Gor
nian'a piMgiainilie.
The Bun l.y Clvtl bill wlll probably come before
the Senate before the end of the week, and the
Oorman amendmenta wlll cause an animated and
hlghly personal polltlcal debate. Thelr adop
tlon or fallure wlll depend largely on the at
titnde of the Adminlstratlon Denio.Tats, fOT at
thls late stage <>f the sesslon llttle or no leglela
tlon ean paaa the Senate which la vlgoroualy OD*
posed by any compact polltlcal group. There Ib
llttle queatlon, however, that the paragraph pro?
vldlng that no more bonds ahall be dlsposed of
bv prlvate contract wlll be added to one or other
of the remalnlng approprlatlon bllla. Senator
liills, who, though a "Cuckoo" on many laauea,
ls still an ardent advooate of inflation and wlld
cat hanklng. intenda to offer an amendment re
peallng all the lawH by authorlty of which the
recent bond iaBues have bet-n floated; and It ta
belleved that the sentlment aroused by the Preal*
dent's flnanderlng la ao Intenae and wldespread
that some such actlon by both branches of Con
greaa la inevitablc.
In the debate to-day In the Senate. occaslonea
by the appearance of Mr. Oray as a champlon of
the Adminlstratlon contract with the forelgn
bankers, Senator Sherman. who untll now has
been extremely eautloua about expreaslng an
oplnlon on the recent bond Issue, openly and em
phatlcally condemned Mr. Cleveland's oartal
aa fanlty and lmorovldent, and ventured tne

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