Newspaper Page Text
BBBBBM ?IR '?
' vtw-'*5?K. O. ?r J Wt?tA* ^^N Vo1- LV...N* I7.fi.ss. . 8 -^-^i*^^ NEW-YORK. SATURDAY, AFK1L ?- , l??95.-FOl RTEEfl PAGE? S?itotlC PRICE THUK?: CENT& RINGING WITH AMERICANISM AMBASSADOR KI'STIS's BTTRRING SPEECH IN ?LONDON, HI- HKNTIMENT? l\ "JTRONG tX)NTRA8T T I rHOSE OF Mi: BATARD Tin: AMERICAN s? ??'IKTY H.v?- A DINNER vr THE CAFE ROT AU Tendon. April r.< Th?e American! constituting j th?-- now Amer! an Bocle :> In ?London dined .-it the C*a?^ Royal this evening. Th? re tare re about IM apersons present. Ambassador ?Bayard. who pre - led, had on his right Jam. s B. EustUe, l'uita-d states Ambassador t Fran e. and Qeneral Pat-? rick A. (Tollina, C?nsul-General, and on his 1?-ft ! Andrew Carnegie. Among the others preteent were th?' ataffa of the Embassy and Consulate, with Hirntu Maxim and Colonel Qouraud. ()n the avail behlnel Mr Bayard's chair the American and | JAMES B. 171ST?S Brltlsh flags ?Aere drape ? ? art o? Oeorge Washington. Th.. dinner was elaborate. , In proposing the flrsl t ,as: of th?- evening th U to the Queen Mr. ?Bayard mI I: The manh ? ? , ? the mai ? Great Britain In this :? is*, as Vmei n of even ' ; ' m. er??i?;n. The t? ast to the l'r.'s. lent of the I nit? i States was then ?given by Mr. Bayard. He referred to Mr. Cleveland's vigorous action at all I mes when the honor of th.- c ?untry demtuid ? I de isive st. ps and when An,?Mat- equal rigl the counsels of the nations were Involved. "Wet or our ch ?sen shlef whe n he makes know n our de- ? mands." he said, "an l we stand behind his : The orsanlzat; ?n of An ropean ?apl tais doubtless will mould publie opinion to the ai vanta*??' of our o untry." Ambassador E ! sensatl n with his response t i th?- toast "Our Quests." The Mining Amer ?? srhl Ihed In ever}' sentenM was ail the m ?re remark iM>- In f ntr-?-t with the sentiments \n issadoi Bayard's spec h. "The hlef Indictment found ?Kamst America by Eui peans," he said, "is that we have no at: si ?rs and no ruins. I hear this mc often that I ocean mark I a*/? worry Chicas. . ai i I: -?: n were re huilt after the ?great Area." Vfte r making ?? ,*eral ?n. re pointa ( the same k n I, : th?- irreal sal - faction of his aui;<"' >?. Mr. Eustls r*p ke of the inroads made by American Fren.'n market. A cons] - Frei h "ffi liai had eomplali said, that th?> American wines, made In su ti~? ?beyond the 11 cky Mo ?? ? ? asea sup?plantlng Fi -?? ?-. a "If there were i" l.? an International J"i3ssli'ii.?i." Mr Eustls said, "In whlcl lions were 1 1 freely, the U ed 81 a-il stir?-, wiui'.l have far feirer sins than ?'her nation ,,n the earth. ?Look at ? I >):??>-. foi Instai It? acts aj-?- ? in a plai justice and dignity. We kn.?w our power. We know thai a great nation coup ts au r^-rior physl ral u-iirht thai van be thrown in tne scales aller na V"* \. dea w. in Amerl 1 - pared with Europe We can saj ti U ifully that no weaker n.ati :. ever suffered : <=**X 'W*^* ? t ? ? THOMAS V BAYARD. on the part of th?- United States, Our ?. ? t metes out the ?same Justice to the ati and the w?ak< st. As far 1- foreign |?WI concerned, 1 may say thai 1 do not desire to criticise them. I wish merel; to recall the facts ;;i?trat<- "ur country's j is! and even p ?11? y a'.! compare it with the cotisUuit spirt! ol is m shown i.v the European powers. They have eiigaged In ?partltioi - in which we were In v.'i-d to share, hut ti-'-..ti.-d. For more than ?"? ? -itiir.v Europe parcelled out the countriei .. w uld ou! a rafce. We abstained from the de. ? to acquire territory. We k?-pt down the spirit ??f txenquest. Yet I tell V'.u that If, '?f'?-' :?" this wlf-re?tralnt, the United .st.it.-;- were to manifest a desire foi new territory, they would encounter the unan mou opposition of Europe All the Forelarn Offlcass would ?be amased, The presa would t?*?rwi with sneers at the 'audacious stupidity of th<.se Hllbusterlni Americani Mr. Kustl? ?ipoke with greal earnestness, and, le -? h? should leave anv doubl as la bis meaning all ti?- ?aid. closed his Bpe.h With this slat' ment: ?i cfTOsed the Chaanel to tell jrou this, and i have 'i .n?- H" " An?arew Carnegie -i??.k? for the "American ?31 aatlonallrts." and ?M?nerai Collins for the Amerl e-an officials '.n ?London. Hugh <? ?nteseos! an? swered the loas! to the Am?ricain abre*s i. in iNMnmentlng on the Amerl in dinner. "The aStandard" >v?n speak UMncHrow ??f the splendid hospluilty of Amerl an clubs in ?general. "The Ametlcana, lik?- th?' ?British colonials," ii will say. "hav? improved on the British model, from which they copied theii i'lf.?s of club life. En? glish m ?n 'who have be?n sumptuously enter 'aln-d m New-York, feel somewhsl Mk?- the rrau.iulent debtor, in their Inability to reclpro e'Hte ajtjeh bOespitallty." ITAi.vs PABUAMENTABT ?SLBCTIOK8. Rome, April li? The CaMa??t Is dlstrusstaef. 1 l'"> Bern?n" t?? hoi.I th<- parliam.Tit.irv rieetloni '?11 May Ik This date of May 19 was tn?-ntion<"l Of f?4*n "?' H by the "Oplnlone" ?,f itotne as earl) es the end '.' March, but this ?il<l not pi"vtit Mme English aad Amerte-an newspapers from Indicating April a as the date f*x?-il for the funeral el.?tions In Itnlv. And ?till it is not entirely ?-?r'ain. 'i.s|,!t.- th- sUte? ment ?n the above dispatch, that the flsetle*ans will take ?.?ace ?,n May lie At a peilltical 'I nn?T ?iven a few ?lays afro, Slgnor Rudlnl, the ex-rn-mler, mude a waRT with another staKsmin that the prenetit <*baintaer. which is n?iw merely pror.a?u?"l. WCVU net be formally ?ili?s?ilv??-l abetor? July. I? k i'"' likely, however, that the ?l.ctlon far Ihe ticv. I'arlia rnent win t?. dslSJSd ?k? Iouk The e'hatnt?.T e-oin prlseB actually M members, two less lhaa the ?on Stltutlonal number of .'af*. be? au.-. I??iiiiil?'s a?oetl nrid ivtronlo have <]|ed renntly. and HO! blH re? plaeerl Out ?if the .?V??? memhers, two. H,>S'-.. and I>e Kelli-e, are now in prison. Sin???? th.- |,r?ir?>a,'atl?iti. twelve d?piltles have been eleet.-el to (III vacant placa at Monte ('ltorlo; but they have ha?l no op? portunity to oe-iupy th?-ir Beats. The next Slsrtltas will ?1? I"rad, ?n a great meas ure?. upon the afltinl? as-iitn. I by ehe l*!er!<als or d?vote?1 ?alholl. ?.* It ha? bc??n aBserterl - too lioMly. perhaper-that they would abstain from KoHi* to Continued ?un Second Pni??-. RUSSIA PREPARING TO FIGHT. BHE OBJECTS TO CESSION OF CHINESE TERRITORY TO JAPAN AND is CONCENTRATING A BTRONU l/OUCE \T VLADIVOHTOCR ORAVK AITP. EH EN8ION IN BT. PETBRgBl'Ra OFFICIAL CIRCLE? FI RTHER DETAIL*, i >F THE PEACE TItEAT* London, April 19 "The Standard'?" corn - ?pond? nt in st. Peteraburg ?/ay.? : Tl ? net? ?papera pon? Inui ?pre? a ' th . ? nslon bj 1 "1 li .. if mail in?l ti rrii iry to Japan, bul onlj a feeble Idea la gh n by Ihem of mn th.;.. rllfflculi posit i m In a hi 'h H ist placet! It Is a facl thai thi graves I ap ? I exist? In political circles, ai.d it i- evident thai Russia cannot aubmli to thi ratlllcatlon tn i:.\ under th" pr ?> nt coi <i Uon . b 11 It la ver? dlfflcull t.? s.-.- wh.it path will remain open Japan and China perslsi In th. ratification. Th i are . \ inds for bellevtm t Russia ?a I'.i ask f >r thi cession of o? r i 'him - m ilnl ind. n this be refused, ? ? I ; wl ' omp< i hi r to Ink. rli ?. n ui i prompt action "The Standard's." rorrespo idem In Odesa i ? in the laal r w wei ki 6.000 soidli rs hsv< .. . fr..tn dis port for Vladlvi ?toi k, a ? mn ? A ? m bark soon. The ci ulsera are held ppri th ?;. ?!<? pite thi conclrsl m f pen K.is\ "Tl ? Times" corn ap >nd< nl In P? kin? Bays: Il la un li rsl .?d that China haa i on? . I ever* a re lulri 1 tij Japan \. ? pi m ik ng r ; "i" n port This ah< h is - r. minus!) r. -i ?? . \ ? kn iwn !.e of any peaci mdli Involve othi r null, ns In ron-i il The majorlt* ol ('him ? ? ? ? Japan's rl? man Is The hum-' seen cj LI Hung with ;' n-ln-Uw, Is si Ihsi false : turns ? \ igg?raie th< i i It S' i . .. ... ?. , The A n turning to ? ? no fui ,- Um the la the native? her. an more A Central \. tv? illspal h :'- n gives a Idltlonal d? mils ol : he ? ,:\ the prim ; m idy been publlshi I, Thi in ecures to Ja pan entire rreod mi In of at< .i'ii eng ni s . ... and the same prlvlleg, -.:...?.? . ? ? matter of impon i . . grants t ? Japan extra in tariff mattei I the d Japan receives every ? Paymenl ? f the obllg r: >n adthin thre< cela the ?nteres! In addil . iges not to pu n ir t ? :'::li i punlahn ? h..\.- :' ii nlahe I aupplii s to the Ja| \ Navj ? s unn ndltii nail) Th ? \ ..? . the tn Po i not in May 8. VVa->hln**1 n, \;n ' 19 The at ? - ' ? ?'.;? .-^.- ah , ha ? and th ise a h ? ... ? ? M Shan?Tung si.all no! authorities \\ aa t>- ;di ? ? i .- ? ? China i ? afterwai and l.i : : ? ? ?-' ? ? ? ? .1 ? ? ? ed 1 purcha China . nent thai ? pal i i. yearly I .. ; . ? ' ? ' 1 ? talnc I In i he llspat tree! I that tJ ike thi . be till B1 ? i ' . ;i ? . .1 I : ??? ti .ti uver li the ??! ? ????? 11 i ? ' ''?',? ? ? il : i*iv??n foi thai J now a < . ;i the highest priii Iph i I ai ? i i;i iimi -?..? an be sa th-- ("Tilnese subjects living hi I i ?? i i 'hlna "ti the otl en? ? ? ? i must pet-elve the protect I ? ? . rded to thi loi ?il authi ? COREAN CONSPIRATORS \i:I:i:st; ? A PLOT i i DEPOSE THE I. ' HIH NEPH :W KI* ?' I I..,: : m April II 1 rentrai Nes S. ...il -,i. thai i plot ha I to d , th? Kins ol Con i to fi ' ? ?"? '?? Hhun , Von. Tl ' ..' ton. w Ily ai i" ltt-d DCRRAS1 CHARGED '? 11II MURDER. ?I HE CORONER .-' "CRY MA!.A RE HIM TO I !.. ? ER ' iF MINNIE H IIJ.I v M - i \?,ril id 'i ha I ? 'ury : ?? re Dun ..--.. Minnie Wllllama, one of I I I In Km inuel Baptlat L'hurcl Durrani .?? ike tl moi i a i-\. n mppani frame of mind Ite :. ..-? ?? i and er. k' ! "in. - a th the pria? i to wh im .... . ? . s pi m foi Ihe ; m t i . ti,. Inqui : l ?urranl ? ! hiiii pll ?. ..... cuffa were n tp| ed upon I ? ? < ? ' ?t . Pim , . ,, ? ? . ? :.. rani on tha train coming back from Alam?vda ??n Mon ; .|.,.. April a, I is i oi rob u Hing Ihe si item? i I ?? ' M m.-.m. ul whose hou I??" rani haa di n ? I thai he was In ?.Inmedi date mention? i Mis ,VH ? I i ? ?urranl b ?rde I a n iln at : hi Park i which is aboul ?? block from thi M ?rgan hou ? i laBt witness ?vas In i -' Harrett, I i hj ilclan, a ho gave :?? [Im mj u to I he causi u death, li. the ti in ? ?oiiml in th ? h?>arl had i.-> ?? made afi?-i l??atl i va 1 i.r.-H-i wound ??Hi? r wounds had : en m fore death An examination had al ? liown thai outrage h id pr? e?li i iii murtl . | ?:' i !ro*? ley ?aid i . da . "Tl e .? ?? i<i m ? i Durrani i ? cU*ai and ? on? Incini ind I am fu.l) ed of his gull VN'i rovi .a .,: :, do ilil th il he mi : ind m m VN'I llama and I ha? e ti ? he il ill.in In ? the evidence In the case ol III inehe i.im uni I i-\.-n n mgei than In thi ..." Coroner Hawkins haa decided to ho.d an ln?iue i In the case ..f Miss l.mi; ml Monday n? at. PERRY sill.I. IS HUDSOS COVST? JAIL. THE HABEAS! ml:" : PRtX'EEDlNOg ADJ01 ItNEIi ) l.-'l IMONT TO Hi' TAREN AH TO . HE PRISONER'"! IDEXTIT* Oliver Curtis Perry, the escaped train robber wa taken fr..iii id- Hudson Cot-nt) Jail '?. ihe i'ourl bouse at Jerse* City yesterdaj f<.r tli?- li ?!?? ? corpus proceeding? begun In hi? behalf bj ? >? Judge William T. Hoffman and Alexand r Klmpson Wh n Judg ' I.l|i|i!in. ti aaM he a >- n ad) lb heai tin i ase i., in Abiii-tt annoum ? d lhal hi ?raj pn ??? ': on b Detectlva Clifford and Policeman McAli ? who ar- j pi rr> and who are anxloua ah ml thi r< ! warda. Hi asked Or.,: tha prlaonei be held until he could ?. t an oppoi tunlty t.. i aamlne the p,, . Judge Llppincoti said :hat the defendant would re? ! talnly be hi d on .i ? ommltm? nl In aptm '? rm oi ! ..ih^r. He said he w. uld unk.- an >rder ? n : Ryer, win. committed Perry, to produc it"- nffMii ? vil ? and proof which were ?id mltb d to him ho i on ', which he mad i the ? ?mmltmi nl As to thi ; flcatlon of |?errj ludge Upplm otl lid not think li waa auffielent, and he would dlreci ttupreme '?"iirt Commissioner N'ugenl io lake lestlmon? on thai petal Th? Hu?a net for th? hi ai im Mon da) mon-lng al 10 o'clock Perr) expr?s? i hi? gratification nt the delay, aa It- araa taken back to th. county jnii Dr. Allison. ..r th.' Matteawan Asylum, .-md ? Messrs. Boy]* and Nolan, keepers of the asylum, u rltred al the tall at noon The) ihoughi thai -, habeaa corpui proceed Inga would '?? finlBhH ,,t,,| i that ttx-v would be allowed t<> i,ik?- Perr) im.-k with I ih.-tn. Thsy w.-r<- in?til .ijKj,r'i'r,lnt''"' when they i learn*??] mat to? case ii?.i been adjourneji until Mon , day, sud ihm th*. court ??uuid require further proof aa to Perry? Identity. I OIL TUMBLES AGAIN. THE STANDARD ?LOWERS ITS FIGURES IT LAST. ?\ I>ROP ." .'.. ' i.n:.- vi THK *.<;?::-.''IKS AND A ri KTHEIt SUM!' ON THK EX a'HAN <*? KM i H'K.NlXa TRRRITi ?HI Pittsburg, April 19 Por the lits: time sin,.- 'he Btat lard Oil Compan) ?aed the price II would pay ? i le i at 11 a I arrel for t he Pi nnsylvanta pr?j?!uct, ? (Tere?! less I han on pi ? layi Tl ? i ur? 11 N s i ?<. ?? r i ? ? t i ,,r : ' i-nts from ye terduy' i ? ei In the spe tala ? v*e markel il till t'lty there was a weak feeling, being, made al 12?W, a drop "i 5 rents fr..m lay's . I.. itnn pi !< ? The n the markel qui >k ly fell .>rr 7 points, ?? ? - i. . .. nuule a) <??".. f?.ur its;es i ? ? ? tenia The ? losli .? prie e i ? i. I here al ? ? Ml; highei t, 12 II; lowest ,.n.i . '? ?'? ??]> itch f r. .i,-, i ni ? ? thai the ?.tti, la! i'.?; i for I*? nnsj Ivanla i ru?le "il |.\ ihe St.m,i na \. i reliaj in . . ??? i ?v I nas | | 10 .? " thai weni 'ut., ihe pockei ? Ivanla prev? ent . ? ? ? . dlsp.-it that ti ? the pair? h i ? u K.i Thure day to si e pa tl i la V ? ? ? sud wei r tr\ 111 v t,. sell ? 11 ,? i anj prl luiet at Oil i ? 1.1.. Iford. Penn K\ IS rhe activity In oil still ; - ? . - \ ? ? ? ? . n .? ..:l ' ' ..: ? here I 1 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? .lu.ik ? ? i ' ? ? tl the e n ' active I ? rma: ?M>M ET11IN?. il il ? ? ? il ?? ; , - ?V - i OSORl vsU.f \ //// / SI .'.."?'' SI Y It I. ?I ? ; i : \ ? 111 ? i ? ? ? ? ? s ' / \P.DIi ?/"-.' I ? I ? I ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ' . : Th? reaWel b?-| . ? . ,. ? 'n,,. prier ii t h ? i ' - ? ' 1111 ac i ? ???. /,/,' M/ *- TRVOCl I WITH . HI ! ' I Ml * : I ? ? i ? " I , ? ?I , I. ';?'.:?. I. . ?even yeai I ? play an o| . ? ? t grate. It in?l ne?i with terror s ... , ? . ? i ? ? ,, : In- miather . it i m 'i i? I . i lorn . I !.. II ??I ...... ? - '. I i , ? .',,.?? K'llO . . ? u la i ? : ? ? : , til ?i, In I . sin un a i mi i.in \n i a/.'/.v. M vi i:?? i: i.(.; h i?h MKNNKTI I ? -a *. -. ? ? ? i ' . '- : ? I .. Il? l '. MIS I. ? Ma Ii ' eail of a de-part m?m in Hi. SI...HI A ? '.? Imp?t t, i . ' leas and sple ??. at H nil on and Franklin : hlrn n ,i i ...m in t he ? ii.m i i in,,n i loi "ii,. lime yesterda) vii l?eltsh w?-nl lo Ih? hoi? i vv.-.tii, ? ,Uy, :u,.i wan '<? Mue ntl il I the up lo i hu? ? ij aftet i.n. when he wet to h ????; "... - . lie was discovered in i.i hi , ? v revolt. r, n iih une r iamb i ... V of tele . .. i,. ., i up.m \V ? si era I'll ere Ij na. on lh? I ihle, ? I Uiiit he had ? vid? ntl, m ? I II . ? i il lile and pre I'.'i ? ? '"i ti. Amor ??r papa i lee 11 tan i he I? I lei h? ' ! ??! tienne it, *? :? ? ? r, i \ i ',.,,,,, ... . , ... i ? ?? ? In ease ,.? ?? i lous I a (?rit lent, plea .fj tht above person Solomon Well, No. :? I iomas-si . Sea ^ < ? 11-. u |i Haus man, So. ??. ? ? irrol si H rook I) n; u . n Hou e m.m, N?i. 137 I'. ? i | . Savannah; liennett, Sloan ?v ?'.. . So, 100 II ml ,.ii i . Ses v0rk an I S. H Hou ? ,i,ii ? ? ' "' i he : B il ? ' .: n m. ? '..m pan: . Mere? ai ?I v\ ei t Third .-. v ,.tk." The tu??; telegram was addre .-,| ;,, "Solomon ?Veil Progress Club. 81st) lhlrd-si and Plfth-ave., and read "Maurice Deltah mi with serloua a.'.'i dent, ? "in. at once Thl telegram wa mai ked beneath: "Sotlf) flrst." The either telegrams res?! "H I ? House m in, rare o! Ihe N.?.,, Hotel, : ',' , i in) ion, i ? ' ' v..m- brothei in ;..,*. Maul le i i..,:-h m?.i with ver) serious aa Ident t'ome on ? train Another wa ? "Eller I ?? It t.. So u ?. , t Si ventj '."i' th ?1 . Sew -York Be vei rare , a .,, rl< llvet the m - eagi thli .,? r dent, as in\ ? it.- Is IH" ill ?."?' ! I,'ill . The other telegrams were to "IV it Houseman, So. us F*eiTj ?? . ?3avannah ( ome on flisi train Vour son-in-law, Maurice Delish, n,., m\in ,..,v serious accident"; "Bennett, Sloan ,v .?,, \,, i,., Hudson st. All efforts In vain Therefore It is : ., qui) for i-"" I": "J S. 1! Tilth?-, of the I Colonial Club, west a*>vent?-?J??eond-at. AH sr i .? ?" i:i.-iit falle?! ni' 'i l" the De*lnnlnH of the . n?1. ? In Mi i.. Itsh i?" ? " ? ara? '.I .*? B It la supposed ibai business troub.es prompted him la end his life. He ?.?; the S??utli.-rn nianuper for H-nn.-tt. Rlonn S 1 "o., n?denme ?.rlicinaii?, fr.?-,,, Sivaimah. IL- lived al So ii Bui aSeventy-fourth aL, Wbsrs lit- had a wile aiaU aevtral children. ENGLAND'S OBJECT AVOWED TO KEEP THE "YANKEES" FROM COX TROLLING THE NICARAGUA C.\NAL, AM' I'lf .\1 Till: ..,!'.'.! ,i ? . . ? | ... |X M"-T KllT'.i-rr AU.Y rilll.K VN|. I.'NfON TRADIe Tl i. I'i.. LA RATION "i . HE BP.I i. ;; MINISTSR I" CESTR vi, AMKRIC'.*! *-.'[?'Vit ?'II v I'N ? ? i i: TO !? v y nil. IXDEMNtTl DE 7' ?NDED. Washington, April II The r. | or! h is i a< he d m from Managua thai Mr. Gosling, the Brit? ish Minister to the Central American States, de ? Ii.l m ? luatemala a f< a n onths ai | hat "England especially wanted some ?nteres) In SI a ragua, with a view to | the Yankees from controlling .?'?- lutelj the SI gua Canal." Thl ? ? ma le publie Ij ind with ut re ? ve. Ii was pi Ii ted In tu.- Guatemala newspapers al the time, and i- is asserted on high authority thai Mr. ?; sling has never ventured to denj II i ? !? i : it'.i-;. most available for this purpose vv..'i!il be the so-called 'Corn Islands." The if til" -1. ? ? Vi...?. I ragiis In ? Irea! Brit tin in lieu ? In den ha in than one? They ?Vtla fort) Rreytowi irreal valu ?? ?. Britain for n naval statt. ?? nt?nel ?'til [i said : '? r t.? ?? !?? the ? ' ni Islands to On ? ? I n as an equl ? I ni"i ? - " the Immediate payn ? ol ?vhl i Is de led, tl ?? pi iposal might . i led i . ' i. .i i ? the hand nf the Cnlted Btnte ' not suffi .? k of -, her repre U either abr ad or al home ? ?ffl I confirmation f the sti ten.: i le In Ion that S been ltlf"r:r I thai dlsp .'? i I, Is to i ? m| ron '.-? a llh ; ? ? : - i ? , . , | ; ? ? . ? i ? ? This Will I'i : Hid . !? s not doubt? I i it Ii ..... ..... , . u iry. and two-thit ? ? ?Ht HORsF. DROPS hi \H IS l!< TRACKS ? ? < ??; i ? 1 - '? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? i LIFETIME W/ ? / / v PRISOS. ? UUll ??;;??. . rill -V! ? i?.?'. BINO >????? -,-|. i ? Ml" I RISOS ? . ||. ? ? V f. ,111 - I ? Ile? I . , ? ? v ? ? ' ; ? : ' ? v.: i'::- was rail The) ?ver? . list - ?. i ' ' e r ve? I t h < . II. : wa . . : i ,?. i : m?o He i ? f He ? lea ?five inoi ? ve.ai ,11 he live I? law I ... ? : ? in?! ? ? v ? ? i :. . ? ml to ten y< ?HI Sol: I III I. "? < ni n\ ?RTS /\ '. F.ORCIA. FIVE THOt'SAMl I I I'M W IIJ. SKT I'u: 1 < TIIIH i vii. KlteaW Atlanta, ? '? ? , Iprtl II The gold era* Co panv. of v. Ii). Il |>. II. I i ipolls, ? , . ? ? ! , . .i -I i - i - - - ? I With ' '. "? Sortlien, ?af Ueorgla, nnd the Immigrai ?n Bureau ...... , l.anj sre Ke leral v. i ? ?i n. .i ? i \ ,i . :,i il,. i .-t .n m.?. obta ii a home ? ? "i -m i .. ?? thou am! p< i ?? >ns ? ?n --?-' tie this fall, beginn i nia ii'? -i, has i.i In? ?>r| n the , .:i II ?i in.; ir. ,I all neeeleel tnonej . the ,.i. i t ? '? i.'.l til. site, bul I." i ;lit The p .i' i - ..' . ; ? irgl i prim .<>n< tn?-ntai \ ? .| t ?i. ?? ? on vi i Kit sa. ?il- selee ?? frit .. s n m i. . pi Ion ? ? TERR ELI i \n i III POSSTITCTIOS. THE vim- mi: in Tt'nKBI MAKE* r>MK WON !?' III i i. : Hi , "\ i:i;ii .- ; . iR vv Hit n MR IIKI -II VVI 'I VK I .- IIIM W ish i it..n. April 11 Sol lews than 100 paites of the i olume of "foreign Itelal I" ? "'?? 'I ' v??te?l i" the eorrespoiulet.ncernlnij affairs In Tui i. ? and the Intereal of the I'nlte?! Htate the re In. They are eomprl ee ,i unde i three ge i? ral h eii The assaull upon M las Melton, ? mil lonary In Am adla (2) the \i mi rilan m i - ten ; I;' the i Ighl i "i' Imerlean tlsei in Tui ke?, U appeal's that while dise u islns the aubje t of the m m- ol naturalisation with the Mlnlstet ol Por eign Affairs Minister Terrell Indulged In some state ments which, when reported to t1"- ivpartmenl ol State, elle.i from Becretar> tire ham the follow- ? i eual reprimand In reading your dispatch l regrel to find thai in your a?onference ?,? th th ? Mlnlstei ? ? Kon Ign AI rait i "n Introdiii , ,i matters ? hl?*h ?ere ii ardly pertinent t.. ?Ji.- obJ?sai of your Intervies rhe Unctions you dre?a between the t'oi o< th I 'nlteil Si.i tea ,., | | >,,. i ;, \\ ., i 'on i ' utlon noi only ut., |IUi ..... urat? Salut.i!,/..i tlon Is neither ? onferreil nor res. ilat?**?l i j the i atltutlon of tii.. i nited 81 ne . noi I It tl .?? thai ?n ?iK-iit Britain "the Uueen, an?*! aol the t'onstitu tlon, N Bov??re|?n." Thi department peclall) re ?pets y?.iir uylns to the Minister ral Korelan Af- , fairs: 'If Tour Kxcellency believes wnu I rompllsh ?food, I will ma a/onde lo >?"?' INavdlshah (the Sultan? and tell him'thai unie ? he l.I- the advlre of bu Ministers who are trying la .-..ev" ? t.untrj from the devil II a?, ill t..- bad for Turkey." The department does no! perceive tii prei'lse meanlni of youi l", laratlon thai ll would I.?- "bad for Turkey." Rul whatever the mea Intended t?. i... eonvey?id, it Ik tho?mlit thai the whole derlaratlon Implied n dlspeasltlon on the part ?r iiii.- ?;.\...m,,..,,, ,? ?dopt an attitude of later V'Mit!..n m ottoman arr,,ir-i a Men it is u. ,uic, OUr Interest iu?r our pulley to assume." MRS l'A RNEL i A VIA < KED. THE \<;KI> MOTHER OF THE IRISH LEAD? ER BERIOUSLY INJURED. : l"'WN i:V HIOHWAYMF.N ANO RORI1EO l\ THE ROAD NI vi: liER HOMI IN NKW JERftEY L'Nr-ONsjciOl'g FOR MANY HOURS. Rordentown, \ .',.. April 19.?Mr?. hella T. s. Parnell, mother of Charlea Stewart Parnell, aras. murdei tualy aaaaulted al ? o'clock last night by highwaymen, ? !:<? robbed her of ? black Batcbel ahd i small sum of money. Daniel Qrlffln, ? nighl off) er of th ? Pennsylvania Railroad, beard Mrs, Parnell'a acreama for help, and quickly re ! BfKinded, bul before be reached th" acene of tha till the thieves had made their escape. The ghwaymen had tprn the satchel open and had i .Mi.,i i t-j contenta around "ii the ground. Mis. Parnell was in a highly hysterical state when help reached her, and was s.> wrought up b) iii.- assailli thai ah? became unconscious, sh- ?us carried by Orlfftn to the farmhouse if one of her tenante, Jame* ?'as.-y. a short dis? tance away, and reetoratlvea were applied. Dr. Wlllla n Bh ppa wa hurriedly summon.-.1, ?uiil when he arrived he f und that Mrs. Parnell was I) bruised on the i-n- k of the head. Mi -. Parnell is nearly ?? :i<tit>- yeara old, and her advanced age may prevent her trun rallying thi severe shock sh.- haa sustained. I ?r. b i ?.. : al . o'clock this) afternoon. He d '..i.-.l thai iiis nan.-iit's skull is not frac* : and thai h? condition la much improved : lined cons 'I lusneaa, and ask 'l i r ? i drink of water. Dr. rfhlpps described th. In? i n ernted wound on the right aide of I i'k ? f the -a-, and various bruises . face, as if ihe fell font nl : tei . : ? . ;...-t night she knew him ."??1 ?ii'i artlfii tly. Tais morning ehe k.\ w nolsid li n'1 .-?:?? :ik. Two irai |.-- were arreited In the vicinity of i thla afternoon aa auep Then Is no evldei >, however, to onnect them with tii" assault County Pro? itor Budd this ? ? Rteele to h ave m thing th?- high en ? .Mi her h ime to Bor? mile, ' gi : a am ill ?i.:! tore ' g, E Burr. Mer menta were .vat t,..\ Dy the highwaymen, The men f>! t>lesa v?..a in un';i sh-. ??? I) spol aear l':i..a : i a. her home, which la situated outside the . The nlghl wal h man, Oilf . said: "I waa In A t egraph. off! ??? when Mrs. Par1:"]; ig on h?i ?> :r h ime, ah it ti m n It I as l ? '? - : ? I her 'I .-. ?? the tra k with t ?? i until we rea I the turnpike ho li Q ilng up the lull her .I ?g, whlc i always i ? >mpai led her, be ? i rd an old tri ??. from be ' .ut. Th.- .1 g f lUowe 1 tai e ...n l then retui tie 1 t > us. - the !??? iple wh ly - ? ' ? 11 > Btlng?pla< ??. I . ??! t.. him, and wen! back ? ? telegraph ffl In a few minut?e I heal i - neb ly was m diatreaa. The MOW ! ' :? in ? un i Mrs Parnell ert Casey, a I' . Il'a ti nant. giving ? In his ; ? what r.ir Mrs. Case) 1 saw ? young man ? ? ? ? tand bla-?k l< Mra l'a: '?? Il ne ha? k after the Ba? ilors said he | ,.? " ?' Pai li'e New-"I k bank* ?. ! ? : n ticca ol i for Mra, Par Parnell paid him tl 10, an 1 he I ? he :k Mr, Burr's ?:...\ in Mrs. Par ? A. "A . ? i t throug k'oi un teered I ? i -a ants. The . vent to Mrs. Pai n? ll'a : uld not m ike a - I '? M ? ! . er) ill, .nl has i'ffi mesa Her . . I,- the tul: ia i k missing and | S Ina wer? aleo Pan ?Il frequi ntly .'.une t i this pi i ?? ai night and rem lined until a late hour. Mrs Pai iiAi hai i ? ntr ,'? figure In Irish i ?;; irli s stewai t Par : famous li .-i. ,. olltli a! leader, was her '. ed In the old Stewart id. .it In iisides. .verlooklng the the irba I Bordi ntoa n. She wag Irai i 'harlea Btewart, ; states Navy. ? ctin manded the Cnited ? n and Conatltutlon dm,;,. ?' Mrs parnell was b n n nl : h in ? at. ud She is i woman lor . .m ii : in, and during b? r younger nversant with Oer in and I In k While attend u' a Presidential ball in Washington, in l-il. she met her husband, John Henry Parnell, T lej ?-. ? ?? married In IM2, and wenl to live "n ol the Parnell faml') al lale, in th.- C unty of Wl klow, In land. In l?'. . great Interesi In relieving the ? ? dui pg the famine In that s me yea - latei she left Avondale and une to 11 ntry. She was at one time con : wealthy, having Inherited a comfortable .. fr m hei father's estate. Speculations .', ill St reel broutrhi financial reverses which ?bout five yeara ago she was, ilnioal ? ute When the peuple of her nils', rtune money came pouring .i i over ihe countr). sii>- had sold all ol the family helrl* ;ns and her valuable jewels. A SMUGGLER ARRESTED. r?N IIHJi'K UOI'E TO IIREAK I'P '!'HK OPERA. ill lilt* I'M EDERATEg ia ' a, Vprll Dev. i- >nta attending the ar? real of William i Du erda) point to him a on. of thi ? - who have been operating, with headqua li ''a?ada Ills prln , | . line of bui nesa r ? ?? ira to have been the , nace I Ire in.l au fonal drug - , up t.ir the mosl pan i . i firm in Qermany. Tha ..-m.n : .?? ' ' !?? iprletary rights f.>r the manufacture ..f th? irtle'.ea, yel large uuantl : the go.iJs i. irii . I - lahel have found iheir h . In i th ? >un( i ) regard of the cusl ims . '.' ? ' a lucrative Held , ontraband, one agency : ,, . ear to the eaten) ..f i |uir) In thai ipiai li ' traei d the smuggled ?product through t? troll ? i n points in Canada \. ..?.,.: , I ' n ? ered a store In Ra'em *-. and offered I al r? k> .-?..i I.OU) ,, . ? ..' i... al eighl \ cen ? .ince, or, if In ? ?t* ..ii out i?i The po.l. iformed, and Duen was arrested The i?rl 'i Intlm ited fui nlshed Important in? formation i?? the authorities, who are n>>?? encour sged in their l?e:iei that the> have a c'.ew, which will u .n lea I ; on ..?' the gang. : I I f GRAPHIC Soils. ?tllsnca, Ohio, April II The Ressemer depart? meni of the (m rli u Kteel I'ompany, ol this city, which ha-- been closi I mosl ..f the waiter, resumed yesterday, giving employment to over a hundred i,, n \n additional fot ?? will i?- pul to work us -mi n i- the depai tmi t la n> in shape Portland, Ore., April U .:. Ageei Klemath v, is robbed about ml li nlghl m ir ? The un?? peraona on the "tai;.- were the -li-i\er and one passenger, ?!..' were forced to i.r.ik open the express box, cu open the mallbaga and enipt ? them and then ?ln?.?? on i'i. amount secured i* nol yei k 11 ? > ?? n. Kara toga, N v. April II (dpecial) Thomaa !?' Kenm -. local manager of the Hudson River Tele ph .i, ? ; v la A- . : i i be an embeas>r to imouni of "\? i '?'? " it h..s nol t>*.-ii se. n .Yednesda) morn , n.s books are b.-li-.u .-* amlned b) officers of thi company, from Albany. A a m.m' lia? be n laaui i against Kennedy, Manillon, Ohio, April II Anthon* HoweUs, Coo? sul to Cardiff, reacned here yeaterdaj on leave of absence He denies thai he Intends to resign il>. r .:,i?r.uns about th.- marrelloua Increase In the num ber of claimants who wtita to him from thih coun? tiv about mythical fortunes, upon which they hope t.. realise Chicago, April h'. A dispatch from Beate Crut c.ii.. -,,- \ relative of Anael White is sera Inquiring ai?nii him. White i? heir u> an ?-utate in New-York, valued at ?i.i?*>,o<V) He came t.i call? fornla In early dajre, and fMttlad un a ranch near this ??!'? In IMJ li.- .llsi?i.|.eare,|. and has not sine? been heard vi. floneers believe While la d*a4." AFTER WARNEB MILLER'S AID THE GOVERNOR INVITED THE EX-SENA? TOR TO ALBANY. HOPE fur Tin: KCW-TORK reform nttl.s-MR. ??'NKI.IN?; S r.<i|a?;t\e; . HOUM MKASCRR TIKI"? II' IN A Ki:\ATK <*OMMITTEE? fROi-EEHINi-lS Of THE I.K?'.:s I.ATt'I'.!*. YKNTKRI'.VY. (KROMTMKBI".?;fl.\lt?'?V! ".KSI-. INDENT OF THF, TRIBUNE.] Albany. April It, - Kx-Senatur Warner Miller WgS In Albany last night as the guest of Governor Morton, gnd stayed ovar night at the ?BaacsttiPl M;?nsi"ti. He returned to New-York thin morning. Tii?- Hovcriwr is desirous thai tiM X?w-Y"ik te. f. i ni hllla should pass, and la assarting his infill en ?* In everj direction to gain trotes tot them. Mr. Miller has a great ?leal of power in the I,->gls lature, an I ?Uterefore his a ivir ? an?i aid wer* a usrht by the ('?ivernor. Mr. Miller stiid before r<-turninff to N?-w-York to lav that he f<?lt mtj.-h encouraged regarding the New-York measure?. He had h-lloved that th?'v WOUM be defeated, but n?>vv h<- had hopes that moat of them sravl I i ass He was end.lent that, the Potto Magistrates bill would be.-ome a law. Govaernor Mort.vn, however, cannot be pleased with th? news vvhi.-h dally romes to him of an al? ii.in.f Tammany Hill with Mr. Platl la tho Legislatur?. Thus t..-?i,iy BeMtor Btapleton moved th.*at th.- ?Senate ?ComnlttM on cities h- d!. charged fr.im the further consideration of UM bill of Alfred R. ('.?nldlnar. Requiring the proprt'-tui s i f kodglng-hoiMes In Maew-T? rk, Brooekljrn and Buffa? |. to keep reglaters of th-ir h itgen belareaa .**???' temii.-r i and November 15. The object of thls^ provis) ?a Is to prevent th.- col ? Izatlon "f tratara The MU wa-? passe 1 in the Assembly by a larg?> majority on April 1<\ Mr. ?""tikllng went before the ?Senate ?Committee on Cities and explaerned the Object of H. II would naturally b.- <xp?<:ed that the R"piibll.-nns on that committee would hav?? been eager t ? report the bill favorably at once, b<? eauae the Republican party ??iffVrs so murh from colonisation in New-York. Instead of doing s<>, however, they refuse! t., etf on the measure, and began to pay attention I a amendments suggested i, B nator Ahearn, of Tammany Ha'.l. Abeam, <>ff-r?-1 an .-rnendmenr h tup-l th- owners of h>.-' la ' ? rep. it the names of th?'ir lodpers to th* city authorttlee. i "How *' ' li.-h It would be to eomp.l th- Wind ?or Hotel i.pie, f'.r instan?'?-," sail Mr Conkllng t.?-, day. "t.. report the names of t'nir lodgers!" ?Senator Parvins, the chairman of the .?.mmtt t ,. resitted the adoption of S'liitfar Stapl-t, r.'s motion to discharge the commltt?se from the further conslo>ratlon of the bin. ?Seiiator Suiii van objected because so few N'ow-Y ?rk Senators were present. Senat.r Parsons said that the (**ti?s Committee was disposed to report the bill In an amended form. 11" thought the motion unfair. - Btapleton retorted that he had tried ?jeveral times t?i get the bill reported and could i ? lo so, He had th?en told the chalrtnaa that ild move to dis, harge the committee. He ? . on ins motion, ?Senator Bradley called attention t<> the fact that ?Senators were leaving the r'.'tn so as to It ik the 'piorun. lid that he should n..t row r? ft r i ' 'ii" evidence .'. s 'if-al to kill the Mil? lr,u would do m Ht another Unie In a way not mistaken. -,?'.,. - the bill was in UM v.i*h tii- r? ?in? of tii" Investigating a Committee, bu! it vu apolitical and should not I n is i ?? pushed in th- absence of the ?3amo>crata \ If H-publi.-ans c.?ulil r. bills they' , tg| ? t:,,t to try to J? so In this manner, when Inority leader was absent, < The motion to discharge the committee was d-* feated yeas, :i: naya 10, ,i quorum not voting.; had siiovvn the ; f nineteen ?Senator?. ?Senator Lexow moved ? call of the Senate,* which was oi : I Mom i ;' the abwnteea ?*ould be found, u I the ?Senate ?uljounied to M??nday nlghl at v ?0 o'clock. Th- Assembly to-day psased ap.iln the Tobln ;>:?..><? d st ? ?? act .is ameneled in the Senate. The amendment a?lmits i-riisli?"l stone to th!? Bt m ?. ii vv.i- originally offered by J. Irving of v mk ra In the Assemblir, but was then reject??d, Mr Burns ?persuaded the H"nate to pass the a.ii.'ti'lm? t.t. and to-day ?jarrted the new I.Ill through the Assembly, although it wns : i" Assembl) m m Cutler. "in.' foUosrlng bills were i I ??.???rably In tl ' Assembly: Mr Wild- f, malting it disctrettooary with Um Board ?.r ?Ssttmate and Apport' mment of New V >rk ?'itv to appropriate n.?ti"V-s for local chari? table Institutions wnollj or [tartly unl-r private control. rh< Alnsworth K??w-Y?*>rk Cltj Police BUI. amen?! ? I to correspond irlth tii" Laxo? supplemental bill, which the power "f tM ?Chief "f I'olics und hoi.is him responsible for th.- discipline of the foire Issemblymsn fampb 1','s, providing that dealei-??j in ir-.--ii-m.il.. ajoodl ihsll be licensed by the State, Controller; also providing that prison-mads goods ;-h.i!? I.?? brji i< I a- .- : These bills were passed Senator Guy*a allowing the appellate division of the Final Judli al Dletrl I ol ?Vew-Tork ?City to ap polm its own < i.-rks. Senator O'fonne?r's, authorising the Jewellers' !? igue of N'A-Y.rk ?'.. t.. reincorp?rate as a fraternal be n i?? lar*) soclet). Senator Roberttwn's. relating to the commltmsat i eef tramps In Westchester County. .?"(?ii.it, ?? i ; , providing for the rompeneutkee of Supreme ?'? rt J !-??* assigned t.. ?lutv in the First ! Judicial Iieptrtni. n: M.-ssts. Cutler and Alnsworth arose to quea* ti 'lis of privilege and st.it-i! that In the arifu iii?nt ?>f yesterday, on the TelasphoM Mil, Mttif b.\ i been understood M hinting agaiiwt tha in ? t.-^rlty ?.f th?- Introducer of the bill, Mr. 0-trsL ( This, they ..'?!. vv.is farthest from th.-ir thotlghta i and the) wished the :.? : : ded on the i of the House. Among the bills Introduced were: B) Mi Ten Ky.'k. reorganizing th? Fire Meant of Alban) ll\ Mr Hamilton, providing that ne) - l'erdlnete in the ?let>irtm?-ius ?,f N'ew-York ?'it> sh:a!l r?* .-.?;\,' a salary in ? ? -.-ess of the highest paid to >he l:??,'.,i ef th?- department, except the Superintendent or police, who may rec? Ive M,<vM Hv Mr Hums, egemptlng from taxation property of th?- Exempt Firemen's Aaroirlation of Vonksra TALK OF A KK-'KSS. Tllll I.I-*.i*.ISl..\TI KK MVi V!>.I.HI!\ 1> iR TWO WKKKS ON MAY .1 Albany, April 1?. Th.i" Is a 1 sa the part of l?verai of the R?publicain Benatora that the l.ea,* laUture should to t.. Rnlsb the t. ilk ..f Its work in May I and then a.aK-- ,i r.i-.is for t oowple of weeks. This, ih.-y think, thoiid lw d ?as la older t.? give th.- Mayors of cltl?cs the iie.issary lift.'en days ti v\iii.h to approve or dlaappro-re ??r btHs which n i\ be pa led catmceniing mualelpalitlsa eau?- of the Reput*41?**an Senators sail tiu? aft.tnuwai ' it would s? em thai a reessa wOuM have t.t be tak.'ii lor tii" purpose ;ii'li.iit",|. S-veral of the members think s retT-ess should i..- t??K?:a. no that the I<egtalaturs would be In ?? pesltlea to -??'t on Hiiv pssasurs It nUghi deslrs t>? pass over the dis approval of ,i Mayor." Benatot Bt?ple?toa, who is aa snti-Ptatl mati. saMi "Another ronstroctlon thai mi^ht t??' pia.-.-d spsa th?- Legislature's tshlng i rse? m is that ?t w?saM be done m order t.. enable the RsetsshsN i?? r.-turn ? afti-r th.- expiration <>r lifts n i.,>s and smbanasi Mayor str.uiK with oe? i?-nt??iatu>n aftaetiag K?tw? York e'.ty. ?n cas? th.- Mayor's action on the billa sent tO him should not meet the approval of the iraends ftf Mr 1'iatt." AssemMyraan Danfortk K Ainsw.u-th aaM to? night that the leaders had be?en dlstHissiag the qi;?*s iion .et' a recen. He thought thai It would be pos slble t? pa?.? it!! important New-T<rirk City legisla? tion, s,, lu: t,> K-A?. the Mayor ample tim?- to approve , r disapprove of th ? more iirp...tii.t Mils before the Legislature adjourns, which ; expected to ?xour ?alii.ut Mav in. i'ON'Ti;sTKi?-i:i.Kt*Tli)N RKFOBTI, Alhany, April hX?ln the Assisshly to-day the minority of th.- Comnilttee on l'rlvlU-Kes an I Klec ttOOB submitt.'d reports M the pending contested seat cases of Thomas H. Wan-staff, Jr.. against John McKeown, of the ?st laiitrict of KliTgs e'.Tiun tv, and eQaorge [?; Moray swtast st.'ph.n K. Hiake, ?f the XXVth District .?f New-York. In the Mc K?'own e'iis?- i*he ni.n.irlty SSsart that th ? contest?e was not allowed tJ make suftlclent proof, and that under the cir?'iinistancis It was impossible to aay whether or not he was entitled to the seat he holda lu the HUkc eetMe the conaentlun Is that Moray ??list ?