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NEW-YORK, .MONDAY, APEIL 5, 1897.-TWELVE PAGES. PRICE THREE CENTS. THE BLOCKADE DELAYED. HITCH IX THE GRECIAN PROGRAMME of ??? POWERE yrszrrr.n pa??t??? p?? a ?t.??-run block ???? or OltmWCB was t? ???? BSOUM To MORROW ? mSDICTIOKI ov \ G??G??G?.G. OOTOOin. London. April ...?"Tho Pally Chronicle" prints th? following to-day from its Athens correspond? sat: "Ar U ?'clock thii evenir.?- (Sunday) word rasches here that a hitch hn? occurred. Prance had agree 1 to the blockade of the Qulf of Ath e?-.? Everything was settled In principle on y-, lajr, Tue adm?rala were discussing th?> de? tail? to-day. and suddenly th.? whole matter Is ? p adjourned for ?eversi .lays, while at, Hano? taux produce? his mysterious plan. The French f ri '? iter has aaaured King Oeorge that there Is no lmmedia'.o prospect of a blockade, .,??^(5 him not ?? take action. No? tiere has the suchtest notion of what tha ? ? Ie." : '.'rt; to the Athens correspondent of Dally Now?" the eonvietlon is increasing .if. the nati..nal f?te day draws near, that t ng ? impartar.re will occur. The decora? Uosa and Illuminations of all the public build? Inga and of many private house? have been ar r - : for, and It Is generally thought th.it j wl',1 ho preserved. In consequenee of a diminution of prison G - '.?. In order to ser.d the mon to the frontier. ? drei COnvlct? have SSCSped from llie prison at Chal?is. Ifost of them ar? murderers or long-service crlmirals. Tre correspondent of "The Daily Mall" nt Larissa says it Is th? Renerai belief there that if r.o advance Is rr.ado hy the Greeks on Elas sona hy Tuesday next the whole affair will end 1:. a fiasco. ?? Dally Mail" will publish to-morrow a d'.sratch from Rome saying thnt private tele ,. s received there confirm the report that ? nel Vassos has been promoted by King ? ge to the rar.k of Genera'. "The Dally Mnl'/s" Copenhagen correspondent Uriti say to-morrow: ' The consultations between the members of th" Danish royal family have resulted in a re?o lut!rn to uphold the present dynasty ln Greece. The Dowager Czarina will r?-main here until the e? ? of the month. A special cipher telegraphic f ? ?.? has been established between Cop? ? - h.agen and St. Petersburg, and !? la believed that the Dowager Czarina baa ?uccei ? ? tn inducing the Czar to support Kinsr ';?? rgi a? far as is ? rnant with the Interests ? f Russia." Athens, April 4.?Nothing positive Is known bere; but ?lie bloekad? 'f th- Piraeus Is con? t d Imminent. The preps t. ems with indig? nant protest ftcamst th? references to auton? omy made by |_. Hanotaux yesterday in the Chamber of Deputies. A great meeting Is be Jng organized for Tuesday next, the arfnivorsary <?? the beclnnini? of the war of irdependenoe ln 1821, to protest against tho action of the Pow ? rs and to p'.edire support to the Greek Gov? ernment Ft. Petersburg, April 4?The "Journal de Pt. Petersburg" (semi-ofTicia',> says to-day: "The aggressive and provocative attitude that fireece maintains with such deplorable obstl? T.acy compels the Powers to blockade the Gulf Of Athens. Greece, by keeping Colonel Vqs?n.s ln Crete, is exposing the Cretans to all the dis? advantages of a blockade there. She frustrates the restoration of peace; she prevents the Pow? ers from learning the real wishes of the inhabi? tants of Cretin which caTi onlv lie a?Kr.) bj the Powere after the removal of tlie influence of en Interested pressure. The reports of the en? suis in Crete and of the admirals of the Inter? national fleets show the utter Impossibility at the prerent moment of commuai, ating directly ?? ? h the Cretans, Mho are sul Jected to the overwhelming Influence of the Greek detach? ment ln the island, and kept back In places In? accessible to European negotiators. "Colonel Vassos has practically declared war against the powers. M ireover, certain extrava? gant and habitual fomentera of dlaorder hys? terically advocate a declaration of war by Greece against Turkey on Aprii 6, or on the day vhen a blockade of Greece b : ? "We refuse to b< n-ve that nny such extraordl trary act of folly will be committi d; but in the ?vent of it happenin? Gre? ??? will certainly have to endure the m 'st s.-r; .us consequences. If Greece wishes war at any price, sin? can count on the support of no one, whatever the result may be of a condici so wantonly provoked, grill never consent lo th.? aggressors ? . g the slightest advantage from victory In BUcli a strut:?'.??. "After th>- ? iwers have exhausted nil possible ! ? ..ralto Sp.'ll'e I ,1.?.?(??? the BUf I ?-? she has drawn Upon herself, they ar?? j ? llsturb themselves further. Th.tr < Ib the sures! guara?,' ? the f?r.al victory .f order, right nnd fairness, a. 1 tha : .-?? for t!.?? maintenance of the j??- f Europe, even tn the evem of ? " . disturbances, created by Greece, ? the p, were will know bow to localla? and, if BMKeaaary, te suppress " , April 4 A dispatch fmm Puda Bays that the Powers have ordered the admirals of the international fleets to ),? g n a pacific block ad? of Aih-ns. sad ll is understood at Buds that the admirals ar.? now considering the best way of carrying out the instructions. Constantinople, April i -The Ambassador! of the powers telegraphed to-day to their respec? tive G rimenu the outline? ?.f tlie scheme of ? ? autonomy upon which they have agreed if theli prop sals has thus far been ; ? strict ofl lai se? ret. avoring to nea-otintp with th? Otl .?? .rr Bank a loan of ?200,000 for the ; non: but it Is not believed that the attempt will be ?uccessful. DItSARMIKG BA8HI-BAZOUKB. ACTCAL WORK TOWARD THE pacification op ? RETE BEGUN. <";;r.ea. Crete, April 4.?The actual work of dis? arming th?? Bsshl-Basouks began early this mornlrar. ar.d. has continued throughout the day. At the \lllage of Kall?-ni they r.-fuse.l to deliver up their arms, demanded an order fr.,m the Gov? ernor Of th? island and the persona! presence of Ldhem .Pacha The foreign troop? then cordoned ??a? village, and ths Austrian Colonel, who was Is eoaBSaaad, ordered that the search for arms should begin, when Edhem Pacha arrived. The cordon then cl ? i round Ihe Baehl-Basouka, Who yielded qu.. In spite of tha oi ,, ;fl ,,f the admirals the Turk? ish authorities refusi to releaae three Greek? w22 v",re ^Ptured r.t Akrotlri, ine European troop? guard the Rates <.f the town. Th< Arab quartei alao h surrounded by \ proclamation has been la? V , ' ?' ?bat all who refuse to yli Id up their armi irli] rx hoi In response to this, only iw navi as yet surrendered their arms. ihe lnsurg?tnte have succeeded In espi I ? neavy aynamlu cartridges under the wails of tin fort al ? amo, London, Aprii 4.-Th.? correspondes! of "Th.? 1 ? ?IU say t...morrow. "8.x Chrtei ..... ?,...,... _.,,, ??? eleven a? ?unded on .saturila. The bodies ..f the dead were sav . M . The rarrlson L ?" ' -"'or- all : ig and ine town was strictly pati ; e ol i-ars ut incendiarism ?The blockade of th.? laland ? ?tlnusi to be 'ni?rT, cU*m*il AJreadj signs ara not want? ing of lOSS Of hop.? by th. insurgents In ?om? He.ti..ns of the laland. In those dlatricts lb ? pe.?.... ,.n,; or the fresenl um.I disastrous in " uid !,.? hailed ,-,r,, . The( anea coi r ,, .??)?. ,,!i;lv N-, ?? eeacriblng last Saturday'? fight, will ?a) to mor? t?7]M ?)Ivrle""' a'iN;"'"'i to within 300 yards of ?-^S.1^1*"- at Akr"'?ri and began to parley JUh the leaders Then suddenly along both the Moaiem and Christian Unas an almost ?imul tanrou-s discharge, occurred. Tho rango was very ?ntrTi ??d !h*' raU?* nf th" musketry developed into a r.-miiar roar. ri-'i?V?,-i,,V ? -"??????tB had th.? advantage. h??i ,C Coeletti Irregulars down the hill. it tl..? int..,? rallied, and. after a fierce charge, the Christians backward frotn their moot atnanced points, where they planted a Turkish nag, which is still floating. "The fighting was stoppi l by a heaw rainfall. ?\ ???? the Moslems returned to Canes the order hn?i been given to disarm them. Al Bret they resisted, bul soon those who wore disarmed warned their comrades outside, so thai manj of them hid their arms. s.v. ? hundred rifles still ri main lo be collected. "Tin? disarming <?f the Moslem Irregolare ought to ha??.? been done long ago. for the Moslems were beginning t.. think that Europe had seni the European force simply t.. support them agalnsl th Christians, The mly rea-rettable thin?.? Is that the men-of.war did n?>t sh??!'. the Moslems when they attacked the Christiana just as they have been shelling the Insurgents." -4. _ . TURKISH DECEIT IN ASIA MINOR. thr lO'VF.ns rnon:sT t? ??? ??pt?:. avt* rr- : mini? it or min intimi TK*U*f"U.'l DEMANT*. Constantinople, April ?.? Th.? Ambassadors yesterday made strong representations to the Turkish Government against ?he appoint! ns Governor of Tokat of Hassan Pacha, who was Governor of Jeddah at the time the ?? Ii attacked the consuls. They pointed <?nt that Hakkl Pa.-ha. commander at T..kat, had not ? I 1"? ? dismissed rmr put on tiial. as had been ngreed by the Porte, They also pointed out that there were serious fears of massa, res at Hadjln, one of the places that had escaped In former outbreaks. t??>?>? reminded the Govern? ment that the Governor of Hadjln bad on one occasion threatened to l.urn the town, and thai then Mr. Terrell, th?? United States Minister, told th?* Porte thai the American Government would require the Governor** h?ad If the An "; can missionaries, thr??.* women, wi re molested Mr. Tcrreii has again called upon th? pot:?? to provide a military guard for ihe home.-? of tin? American women In question, and ?ins fai t is mentioned in the joint representations made | vent orda y. .-a FIGHT ON* Tin: MONTENEGRIN BORDER ?,?????, April I.?The Athen* corresponden! of "The T!me?\" will say :o-in ->rro\v: "Authentic neWI has been received of an en en mt.r at '.' ? the frontier of Montenegro. ? "? - "? the ?,,?,?? and tile Al Intense excitement is -ail to prevail ai L'skub." -a ? ???? POPE AS MEDIATOR. Pari?, April 4.? The "'', . ' reporta to-day thai tho ??;.?, intends to Intervent between thi Powers and Greece wit a view to effeetlng, if possible, a i" ?' f il s ?',p??? ef th?? t'ret.ui ditti, ulty. A PAIR OF ALLEGED IIIGHW \YUEN. ??G, MAN WHO pays TiiKV ROBBED HIM ?p???? BLEEDING IN AN ARK A WAT ? cry for help attracted the attention of Polir??. rr.-n Holland, of 'h" Wesl Thlrty?eeventh-st, sta? tion, early yesterday morning. He turned tlie mr ner <>t Elghth*ava and Twenty-eighth-st, In th? direction whene?* the < r\ came, and Thomas ' "asey, wiio says he lives at No. 410 West Thi'l >-? ixth-.?t.. mn almosl directly Into the policeman's arms. As the policeman seised Casey the latter ? something, which the policeman at once picked up. This proved to he a roll of bills, .Ing JSiA Casey sought to free hlmsr'.' from the policeman's grasp, ar.d after a shirj? struggle, in whieh I' man Holland used his night Rti'd? freely, he was subdued. Still holding Casey in a Arm grnsp. the policeman continued along Thir;y-eighth-st, and In the areaway of No. ?,47 AVest Th1rty-e1ghth-*t. found a man In a se nl-crr>?r tous condition, bleed* in?? from the nose and mouth. His fa ?? was badly bruised. Th? policeman took Casey to the station and lent hie arm to the wounded man, who described hlm galf a? A'e\.in<lfr Ntefeet, r, "larne.-a-n r.K. r. 11 ?\?>?? at No. MO Broome-at, N1chet said that ?oon after ? o'clock yesterday morning he was walking "long Thirty-eighth??! He had been spending an evening srlth some friends, and was on his way town to take a ear for home In the shadow of ,i streel lamp be saw two men, one whit.", with a I red heir, and the other colored IP paid no attention to the couple, but as he pa struck under the ear and knocked down. Before he could regain his feel the two men sprang upon him, beai and kicked him. and then threw him bodily Into the areaway. When they hai him in reaway, where they could work althoui be? ll ? observed, they wen; through his pockets and r. fie ved him of WW. N'lebel positively Identified Casey sa one of his SS? liants. When the facts were narrated In thi station one of th,? pon emen who was on reserve d having seen ?'asey in the company cr Prank Blm? n. ms a big n? gr?, e irly In the evening, Policeman I at < ? went to Blmmons's home. No Ml Wesl Thlrty-elghth-st., and found him Just ??as pn pan; ?: t,, go to bed. He told Blmm. - - thai he a ? under arrest The negro sprang at thi po ...lin the night stich came Into play, and ,ns wi " :: ?.? gglng for m< rcy. Casey and Simmons were arraigned before Mag Istrate Crane, in Jefferson Merkel .'ourt. yesterday morning Thej both vowed thai they were Inno? cent or the r-harges made ip.riin.?t then, hv w re .?.- Id In B.OOO for 'ria!. ? A CONTRACTOR HI HT IN A RUNAWAY. HIS BOS POU/?WS 1?? TO TIM* HOfrPtTAIj AND OETB INTO Tl.. ?'???.?; WITB THE AM ??G?,???: DRIVE!* William Kelly, a contractor, fifty-five yeara old, of No ill Wesl Flfty-flrst-st., and his son, ?Vili? lam Kelly, Jr., while driving through One-hundred? and-sixty-tnird-st. Issi evening were thrown out near Macomb's Lane ??>? the bores ?;. k ? ?)/? frlghi and running away. Mr. Kelly, sr. sir . k on bla ;., .1 ind received a ,|.?,?? gash, Which bl? 1 freely. An ambulance was summon? ? fi ?m lh Man ? ? . Hospital and the o?d man was hastily placed In tho vi hi l<. Young Kelly tried to ride to the hospital with his father. Dr. Strong, who was In charge, refused to allow him to do so, lie said it aas positively ? the rules. The young man ? ide several Ineffectual attempts to gel aboard and flnslly fol? ie??,, ? the ambulance lo the hospital m a carriage. On arrival ther.?, young Kelly, It Is a leged, created a scene and assaulted th?? driver of the am? bulance, i,..'in o'N?lll. The elder Kelly, In the fight ?.? tween the young men. went to his son ... the blood r.n nlng In agr?ai stream from the cut in his head. G???,.???.?p Rlley. who had wltnrsscd the run? away and followed the ambulance to the hospital, separated the men. Superintendent P. nn ques? tioned Loth men and advised them not to allow the :: ?? r to go anv further. Th.? contractor was then taki ? int.? the hospital and placed in hed. GOVERNOR THORNTON RESIGNS. Santa Pc. ?' M . April 4 Governor Thornton yes? terday telegraph? : to Washington his reslgt itlon as Governor of New-Mexico nisi commission eg? pires on the Ut h Inst, bul he alwaya declared ha would resicn as soon as the Jlutton pang Of con? spirators arere esecuted, privat?? dispatches from ilnaton indicate that th?? resignation will be a?.pted at one.?. ? ? SAVED FROM A WRECEED SCHOONER, Pensacela, Pia,, April 4.?The sehoener Alexander Cook, of Apalaehleola, has arrived bere srlth the crew and sis passengers of the schooner Je?se P, fr m St AndreWi Pay, wM ?*? was driven ashore and wrecked In a storm off Pas: Pass nn Prlh,y even? ing. THREE WOMEN shot BY A LUNATIC. Klncatd, Kan.. Aprii 4 Oeorge Miller, who was recei tly released from an Insane asylum, shot three won..!:, neighbors, this afternoon, and was blm? s.if dangerously wounded while resisting arrest. The Injured aromen ar.? Mrs. w. n Burkey m breast, probably fatally. Miss Bffta Klrby, abol in baek. will tua, and Misa J. unie Klrby, shot In ?Ide, ?111 r??.-over. Miller had called to se? tha Klrby sdsters, an?!, being refused admission to the in use, broke through ?ii<- door snd aboi down the aromen ? thej attempted to escape. He ? . ,. cha ed several children through the stri and hunt??.) upa physician to attend th?? wounded women, When officers attempted to arr<?t him the ?raz.d man opened tir.', bol was final brought down with a load from a shotgun. He ),,.,> .He from the wound. PEN SADOUL S DEFENCEB NEAEL1 DONE, ? acola, Fla , April 4 TI:?? lim fortifications ... Rosa Island at the entrane? ??> ti.? barbor .,,,.' a!., - , ompleti d, and the <?..??. rann ? ? charged about MO of the nun who ha?,? been al uoik on them for nianj months. The big guns for tlSeee batteries era now being proved tithe Band iiook nrovlng ground near New-York und will soon ?',! ;?.??.,?.? here for mounting. SHOT 111 r IN THE BACK. ? ?????? IBLAKD MAN gERIOUSLT WOUND! A COMPANION 'All ? HAI WHIPPED IHM IN -, FIST PfOHT. William M ?Alarney, twenty?eighl years eld, a resi? dent ,af afcK? m?at., Btspleti !.. was r-hor In th?? back enriy yesterday morning t?y Patrick Sheridan, fifty yiars nid, nfter trie two had been engaged in a fist fight, followln- too nui 'h beer McAlarney is a driver and Bhertdan has no defi? nite recati m, The two were in a ssloon on M<K>on st. until .1 abort time i?fore midnight, drinking to? gether, and i-ith. nt midnight, when the pis ts closed, wem to Rlker snd McKeon sts? s squalid quarter, ? : to s quarrel, - .. ', is - followed bj ? Rat Bght. IfeAlarney puahed Sheridan into a ditch, i>iid when he aro.?.? thej fought, and h? was ?gain thrown lo the ground by McAlarney, When Sheridan ?rose th.? second 'ime he ex? claimed: "I'll s h tot rouf' McAlarney told him to go home, and started t ?ward his own house. Sheri? dan ran to hit. hom., In Rlker-st , ol snd followed McAlarney, waa was Ju-.: entering hi? 11 ?? Witt?,,ut a word of warning, end before Mc Alarne) was aware of bis pr.nee, he ?r.-.l ? a. htin. Th.- bullet entered MeAlarney'e back on the lefi ?Ide between the ninth and tenth ribs, through the kldi< >ya. downward. Me A lame) wa .:? ? thi Smith Tnflrniarv. and effort? were made to find thi b?illet, but without success Di Charles \V Townsend, Coronel hli il itemi ni ... r... j ly tr) to locate th? I il lei with ? ra> - Th? Injured m m's condition Is r the ch?a.'. ? are again? t hu re? Bhi ri ! "i attempt, il ? > es ?ape after the ehi ? ? but was captured by the police and Idenl Sed injured man, ? RE M I RK I HLI. A RRI> Ts, THESE. TWO MEN 1?N ,V" G?? DARIKO To CONVBT PICKLES THROI'OH THF. STREET! OS BITNDAT. Patrolman McCarthy, of Ih? Madlaon-st station in tlv- Esses Mark.?: CouTi yesterday arraigned Louis Dermlan, of no. ?; Msrket-st., and ??t ? ? ern, of ? ? Wille tt-sl . on s charge of driving wagons through the street yesterday morning. Il was that the wagon -,\... laden with pickles and 'hat the ; :?;- in IM \> I : ? ?. ?... ? to II llvi G tre in to d< ? ' in : ha los er Essi .;. le. "Ho? ,?.? Cornell, ?rho Fi edmsn, ol fio. Il F"oreyth-?t ; J Per? ? ? ; ti. ? . No Va R Meyer l mon. .?: In okl) ?.. a ? ? imu? ? l.sb of \... ?. Ridge -r . an l two apple t, ? ? ' ,! |g ' it. ' ?: te I. y I man Boll, of th* M t of ca ..... .. ...,.-. . . ;n i ??>-?? 1 a ill.e of tZ .'.; 1 Ql Ll\ l.lfs iBDIC ITIOX. VERSION OP THF. AFPAIR BT Till: LAWTER WHO DREW THE PAPERS, P.o?tnn. April '? 0 eral A. fl Hartwell, a well known cltlsen o Ho olulii nd ? pr mlnenl mcra thel ton for a f? v\ ,i ?? a, In -??? iking of ?' e ibd of Queen Mlluokalanl, h? "aid: "1 drew t.llluoka? ? iuesi of Paul Kewmnnn, her leg ?-. who was an Hawaiian; Bamuel Parker, her last pn ml? r who wai also s Has and Charlet ? WH on, the last marshal under the ? thy. 1 did not eel in the matter as the legal adviser of the Hawaiian Government. I was ut? terly in. ?perl need in dras ing royal ? best l a uld, with the few pr.?. ? ll 10 111. ' men ? . ? ated m.? to draw the - red in?? thai I.Ill lokalanl w ? cere In Ihe matter, and when I Informed them that if 1 drew It there would be no reading be? tween th?? linea ?aid thai that wa? whal was ted I was present when the ex-Queen signed and acknowledged the document, a ,? perfi " p manner .are! rlli linci vole? thoroughly sanctioned the papers which ehi '' executed." THE BATTLE-SHIP IOWA AT B08T0X. 8?? VNit.t. it.wr itr-p ihi:t.imin\\f>t Rtm TO-DAT AM? HER OFPICIAti THIAL on? WEDNBSDAT. Boston, April ? The battle-ship Iowa, after s run of little less than twenty-four horn- from New York, dropped anchor outside of Boston la. 5 o'clock this afternoon, The run, althoug eventful, was rery satisfactory to her builders, (Vamp X- Co., of Philadelphia, two member? of which tlrm were on ho ?id thi ship during the trip. The low n h ? Tompklnavtlle, Btaten ? land, short? ly after I o'clock yesterday afternoon and. pro I : ?.. ? main ship channel, ? aa ? l oui by Bandy Hook about ? o'clock. The 'hip's ? w.'?s Immediati I: laid east by south f..r Nantuckel Bhoal Light hip, 171 miles distant, and un dei : 'Mira! .Irani t and With ? Speed Of less toan fourteen Knot-, th I lei nettled .Owe for her . Bo.ton Fir? ??land I.I [htshlp w as about Sim.-, i. and under .. clear - k. and with a made 1 t little aea the ? info ria? gatti? ring dai knes?. Th? Bhoal I.lgh led it an ? hour this morning, and ufter keeping well ofi ahoal* l..r u few hours th? ship'? bow wa? I n |? u .? dire? ti m ol ' "ape < 'od, Highland l.t.-r i ule after noon and Bo non Ughi lighted un hom afterward, the ship anchorln? ..?...'it two mil. - outside the w ? Ite beacon. Ion a did not ? nt> r the Inner harbor, ; tide ill?! not ?erve, and also for ti,.? reas ? ? to morro? morning foi her preliminary r ? ovei ihe Oovernmeni course fi l'ape \.:? to Boon Island The Iowa ara? ?,. ? hy ine tug Kate Jone?, which will act a? her while ?he Is In Massachusetts watel n,,r? .,: the party on board came up to thi . aptatn Bargeni the navigai : . tendent of th.- Cramps, had chargi of th during the run and will guide her over.ire? on VVedneadaj vr the preliminary run to-morrow the usual r.'st wili be given ihe <-r. w of the Iowa on .lay and if th? W? " ' ? r I? I ivorable the I ig battle Bhip will endeavor to earn a large bonu? r..r her bun.], rs on Wednesday '? thi loa the tasi l.oii of the Cramp* on whieh .-, premium I- to Imi ,.: . w, ? tor ej .!,.?,,. ? if-.rt will be made to obtain as ^r.at a margin over nfteen knots as ? ? ,. member? of I ie Trial Board are airea : ambling In '? snd s number of them will irrompanv the ship on h.--r preliminary run to? morrow Edwin H Crai ; iti this eftrrnoon ex? pressed himself a? being delighted with th? I , ,,?? |_( dp from New-York ..ir.I partleularl) with the smooth working of Ihe engines. I!?? an ticlpate? that ihe ship will mnk?? ? ? ? p ord ? p Wednesday. _ _ STRANGE CASE IN Rochester. MVUBOKD "PRESIDENT' Of THE ORE?OS RAH. WAV KAVIOATIOM COMPANT ir\ii.v HURT. Rochester, April t Last evening a mai si Into the Kremlin Hotel, In North St. Paul-st. There was ? deep eut in his temple, and his Ing was covered with bl.l Hi eras sent al ?? ? ;,. S' Mary's Hl I pltal, Wl ? r?? ii>? is at pr? Bl I'.t In g dased condition The man ?aid hli nain.? was .lohn McNeil, und he ? ..,,..., I in I... ili.? nr.siil. nt ,.f the ( ?G?????>?? ? a i I v. a ? E MeN.lil ?? ?.Iver snd general manaper of t!.?? Oregon Railway and Navigation Company, e DE\D WITH THE GAS TURNED ON. IT IH NOT KNOWN WHETHER JAMES BARDINO, nr run.?? ?.I'liiv INTENDED TO TAKE Ills UPE SUICIDE Of 1 TOOEQ PHYSICIAN Chleaso. April ? Dr .1 p. Wslton, thirty aid, ? ??H '^< ?wn physl. ? in <>f Dal , committed Buiclds in Unrein Perk this arternoo.i by outting hi? throal with ? r,n.>r The sci irsi done before the ?yes of hundreds ..f psopk along thi ' Will ,y cutting his throal with a rasor, The sel iras lone before the ?yes ?f hundreds of psopk along h.? 1.?ik?? Shot?? drive and while thi doctor w?m ralklns vvitii on? ol hi? n..i?t Intim?t? Irlanda, Dr l S I.ind.ay, ulso of Dutiuqiie. WEAKENED LEVEES BREAK. FRESH CREVASSEE IN' TIIK MISSISSIPPI. ???? YKU/nv FIV?"P WATERS gPREADUM OYEB MORI LEAOVBI OF ??????*! FARM LANDA -BSUEV work in THI MEMPHIB DISTKICT, Memphis. Tonn . April 4.?Another disastrous hreak In the Mississippi levee occurred this morn? ing at S o'clock at Flower Pake, sis miles below Tunica, Miss. Th?? crevasse, which Is not yel of great width, is fully fifteen feel deep, and the water Is pouring through the opening with fear? ful velocity. This probably will he the most de? structlve break thai has occurred in the Delta, Th? most fertile farm lands of Mississippi lying in Coahoma, La/lore, Qultman and Tallahatchle counties, In the northern portion of th? Btate, ?ill be Inundated, and the newly planted corn crops will be laid waste, Fortunately no loss of life is reported, the Inhabitants of this sin, ken section having made pr?paration? for Juni such ? ' atastrophe as exista to-day. Tl ?? ' t. Iltlon of the poorer classes throughout the floe led area is ind.l critical to-night. Thou? sands of refugees are being huddled on levees and spots of hind waiting for relief, The town? of Rosedale snd Tunica report thai everything possible la being done for thes.? poor people, but thai fu provialona are fast becoming ea? hausted. In the little dty of Roaedale alone 1 L'i"11? fugei g are h Ini ? an d f? r ??* the citisene, Half S hund?'.,! towns to-nlghl stand in six feel of water, and the vello?* stream Is creeping up slowly im? surety. Advices hist received tell <>f s break In the levee ten miles sonili of Helena, Ark. This Is the levee for which the people ? f Southeastern Arkansas have made such ? desperate light. The waters from this break will flood a great area, and In all pi iblllty a UI bai k up into the sir??'is of Helena. Th? i-'-lief steami r Ora I.?" arrived al Marian? na, Ail?.. : fternoon, having made an expedition up the St. Francis River. There wer.? on boi id 1?;.i refugees and _*??? head of cattle. Th.? steamei wem up the Bt, Francia River aa far as Cut-off, and then w irked her way down Un im, rescuing people fi m perilous positions. Tl . ng the Si ! 're - River la ap The ? a*??'? throughi ul I neigh? ? country is t.. nlsrht from ?'. ?a ?G? feel deep Tin? relief boa I the body ol Mrs?. M. Main. ,,f Raggio City. Th?? body was f.,und at Raggio, and II was taken t<> Marianna ? ? burial, there being n.. land at the former place ? ?? ?.? hi, h i" bury ?f ?? Bl ??' ris'ng from three t.? fly? ?.Uly .\t Men I ght the rl?, -.? is ? il", ihe gauge registering 5WM ? Ise ? G ..?.? tenti ? nre th? last ? the river Is It I | river men h.hat t the leve below Vlcksburg hold the niums nf regular ? rtannel, II w ii! lie little shorl iloui. Washington, April 1 Profess - Willis !.. M re, Chief 'f thi Tveathi Bureau, t"-nh*ht pedal river hull, tin : Tl??? following ?.vi been received to da?? from th.? Department of Agri ultur? Weather Bureau officiala m char?:-? "f river dia trie ta: St. Louis Lesa rain ha? fallen than antici? pated, and rise will i"-? alow. More water will nul f the Missouri River by Tuesday ?\ 111. River has risen "tie-tenth of a fool si??, .? Baturday morning, it ?s now <.n ? stand al .'"i. Deep water Increased hv heavj ii'. ? few places apon the sidewalks of graded stn M< mphla Tin? flood situation shows no im? provement and in 'he vicinity of Helena ii la hour)? becoming ?? rre critical, (?wing to heavy tain-? in this section the river at Memphis f>ho?v? a slight rise, but no mark-d change I? expected ai pi? ll-hui. Ark.?River B1.85 feet; rainfall, S0-100ths of an Inch. Levee l.roke four ? below town, and will flood the City, Damage in th.? country will be great, hut in th?? city light. Vlcksburg, Misa Crevasse reported at Flower Lake, Miss., six miles below Austin. Tunica County. New-Orleans River rising 17.B This Is with? in one-tenth of a fool ..f the highest wat^r ever pre?, loualy rei ord? !. Ila?,? rains have occurred in the last twenty four hours in the watersheds "f the Arkansas. Cuml eriai nd ? -? ? . and along th.? Cen? tral Mississippi River; heavy rains or snows In D?,,? uppet Ml sourl and light rains in the upper and lowi r Mississippi and < >hlo Rivers. Th?? Mississippi has risen from Bt. Paul to the mouth, except ? fall of one-tenth al Keokuk. Bt. Louis and Vlcksburg. it la above the danger line at Bt. Paul and Lacrosse Jackson, Miss., April I. Governor McLaurin , nntlnuea to ? ? til Inquir? touching destitute flood sufferers. He will, rjerhaps, ?.mpelled I ? state ? Been tary of War Alg : ihat the amount of ?10.000 mentioned In his tele? mam last night, will be wholly inad?quat.? t.. allei late the want and suffei ,?. w . Cutrer, of Coahoma, a member of the Yasoo-Mlssisslppl Levee Districi Board, is here, anrl aa* ? Ih il he di ea noi expeci the wati re to ai,at, before Maj '?? The people ar.? working day and night to keep the leveea Intact. More convict rere pnt there to-night. The Governor Ii d ?Ing all hi hla power for th.? Hood .sufferers. e ? MISSOURI BTREAMB DOING DAMAGE Trenton, M . \; ? ' I Grand River Is still coming op, and tha boti ms ire mpletely under ?rater, cautlns much damage Waldos Bridge, four ari ?t, ?ras a ? il ? 1 out, ani coi lei lim 1er Qu.' ? Kai -1 CI ? Rallro il <?? The ' ...-? ball park la ?m? M mager Wlnslow of ti?.? water? wi tks system recel? l r ielep ? .? >? mi ssagr from the lation thai water was running througl il if ? flood -.?as any higher to-mor? row thej s to vacate, leaving the eity il any wat? r ?upi ly Bis young nie, on horse? back ai em ed to roes the bottoms weal of ? ? ai ? were sw ;it fr ? iree got safely to land; ths other , floated down stream, but ?*??:. rescued from thi Mary ville, Mo., \ ''.,<? river rose six Inches In a few hours to-day, and the lowlands ar.? nearly under ? nei At Bed : ? Iowa, water Ii ?;? I the ? ?? been driven troni their homes. Bt Joseph, Mo., \;" '? ? Thi first alarm was fell h.r.? to-day over the rise "f the Missouri River. The stream ? we seven-tentl ; cf a foot, and i? steadily ? ? . Reports from the country seventy live miles north of here state thai tn<? Kodswa, One Hundred and Two. Nlshnabotn t and other streams ar.? all oui of their banks, .hist soniti of mis city the river Is ruttine, badly, and the Burlington Rail? r..ad ? "tn? iras force ot men protecting l filini, 's ?. ike. CONORBSB MAY Pi: ASKED T<> ACT tVaahlngtOfl, April I Tlia House, In pursuance of the waiting policy mapped out by the leaders, adjourned yesterday until Wednesday, and on that .' | will probably adjourn again for three day?. ? ? of tn? members have gone home, subject to call if th???? ar.? needed, in case the Presldeni should di Ide to ask Congress for special legisla? tion f'.r the relief ,,f the Mississippi flood sufferers, as tt is thought he may, the proceedings on v.'. dm be more Interesting. Any legisla? tion which may ???? proposed In the present situa? ii. ti would lie blocked b) ?. single objection, and It .- noi likely that there would be captious tlon !" a bill which would appeal ao directly to the sympathy .?f Congress, an objection might p rhli would p.saltate a special order fi ..,i th? "Ot imiti.? Rules for its consideration, an ? ell ?! - .' end ini compili ationa JAMES RIVER VALLEY SUBMERGED Tankton, I D., April ? POur Inches of ruin haa fallen during tha ISSI week and It I? still falling. River ?s now on s rampage, roverlni .? ?..?.?? from Muff t,> bluff and threatening ?, ? ?ah a?,.? the Oreai Northern, Northwes ? ??? .i Mila ?uki ?? rklli ?ad bridges whl '? tha . ?. un. ' ?ver ihre? mil? s "f ti k ? ? ich ro id ? a < ??r.?h< far, thus pia Ing fankton s/ltboui ni fD unii - ?,? river I ni risina rapidi?,. ? throughout tu.? amen Valle) Karmera as a mie bava vacated their lem? s .u : III remaining er?? now Ling moved by Lout? It Is thought here thai the ?? ,i ? o| u,?; flood Is jet to cunie. A COMMOTION ?N FIFTH AVE. !>B. Ai.FRKD WALTON ATTACKED BY TITf* WIFa. Ai HE is LKAVINa CHICK? BRINO HAI.t.. When the audience at Chickering Hall, Plfth? av.?. ?,,,,] Elghteenth?st., was being dismissed ia?t t.iiriit. after the lecture by Mr? Annk Beaant, a middle-aged woman, holding a /tiri of twelve yean hy the land, suddenly screamed and rushed up to a rather ?tout man, who was accompanied hy a handsome young woman, and dealt him a Mow In the face, Then she turned on the younp; woman Snd slapped her In the- face. There was a great commotion after that, and the middle-aged woman ? great deal of sbasiva language. Th.? mm and his companion hurried away up Ptfth-ave.. fellow?..? closely by the mlddje?aged woman and thi 'itti,, giri, At Twenty?third-St. the man me; Patrolman Don? ovan an,I aBked trim to arrest the woman who fol? li wed him. ? lot of people collected while th.? man tried to explain, nnd th,? patrolman decided that ncerned would have to accompany him to Ma? Weal Thirtieth-st. polle? station There i? developed thai th- man was Dr. Alfred ?Vali n, of no. :,'., Plfth-ave. He is a well-known I - an, mid baa given much attention to Thee sophlcal matters, Tin? middle-aged woman waa his wife with whom he has not been on frlei t. rms fUr many v>ar?. I>r. Walrun was most anx? ious to press the charge of assault sgalnst his wife, but Bergeant Daly advised him not to Insta: on the .lisiara. .? at ?.avln? tin? woman locked Up for ' ? r.r^lit. Mrs Walton denied that she had struck the man, snd a ?',;, ,1 her little daughter Helen to substantiate her story. The child erie.i bitterly, snd sobbed, "Mimmi did not do anything." Dr, Walton turn??.! t? th.? child and said. "I! len, you know .?.?..', lie." and then th*? child cri? ? har.i.-r than ever. Mrs. Wait,.n r.,|,! Bergeant Daly that ber llf-- had been full of sorrow, Bbe s.'.i.i sh? had been arrested two ano after just suoli an OCCUrrenC? as that bt last night, and said that at another time her ind hoi struk her with u horsewhip on the itrcet, After considerable argument and many enarges ?? ? barges, 1 ?.. Walton finally acre.-d ? . ras id-.'ii.nu??, bul -aia tha: ?.-- would apply .? .:? it? p r. .m irk?! Court to-,lay for a warrant for Ills vvlP-'s a: | Bt-rgeant l>. ly wanted to kr.ow th? name of Dr. '? companion d u iaked for a hit of in order that ihe might writ- It. Mrs. ? w Indignant ar the requeet, "? ?-??,.? my name," said ahi . "Why should that woman not i,.m;,. :;.?.! t,, do th - am? "." Bui s-?- ? Daly permitted the young woman to ?vrit? -",.? desired, ani th.n h?? calmi) read out, "Misi li is.? Lemoine, No. Iti East Twenty* Mrs. Wslton mad?- a not? of the name. ..mp.me,? the doctor when he left ? itlon. Mr=. Walton remained behind for a time to tell int m..r.? about her domestic troubles. it 188 C0UEIN8 CHANGES HER HIND. ?HE NOW BELIEVES THAT WOMAN Bl'PPRAOl |g A F.MU'I??: MARRIAOI ADVISED. ago, April ? 'The Chi lele" tirs morning prints b dis, .iteli fr.uu its St. Louis correspondent to the effect thai MIbb Phoebe Cousins has ?ban? don ? the woman suffragists '"> whose welfare sh.? has devoted a lifetime. Continuing, the cor? dent says; "Brought back from California through th? kindness of friends on an Invalid's she Urs on I bed racked With pain, and so stricken with hrr en? my, rheumatism, that she ? -..in. To-day a visitor a?k>'.l her what progress, If any. >h>? thought woman suffrage was making. Her reply was tllng, for tlie vis,-or was noi prepared for either its vehemence or the revelations which were made. ? 'Three times ? hnv?? seen women under fire,? *h> said, slowly and emphatically, 'and as many times l have seen them f.'?:. and that Ignomlntoue :\ i presume this will he looked upon as treason, but the con? '? leion la reached from Ion? expertei ? ? close observation and tar.? opportunities, such as betti accorded to few women. Woman in public Ufe will never prove satisfa, tory. She Is naturally a nomekceper. I would sdvise all jouni; ?o marry ana bi om? homekeepers.' -m*- * PENNSYLVANIA FORESTS BURNING. MUCH DAMAGE ALREADT. CAt'SED-WOTHHCa BUT HUN WILL STAT THE PROOREM OP THE FIRES. R-Mlefon'e, Penn.. April I -1 .?? foreet fire? In the surrounding mountains rea ling at ? ? al ? Ing rate AU < (fort? to check tir.? flames have bei ? futile, and unless s heavy ral lets in many thou i inda of acres of valuable timber will go up In sri oke. The fire originated In the middle section of the Mttany Mountain! from ? ?'.park from a loco? motive falling on dry cms- Heavy winds hav?j tiled for almost forty hours, and the it-m... an? sweeping fiercely along the mountains, i. ,m top to boti air. ?? I ? POTO I "f the fires to lumber rampa has ? lu? d ???? I eai Itement, and the . p have left their workings. The course of the Barnes Is constantly chaaglns, making I ick-firing useless Different crews have been seni out to Bght ths Bree, bul thus far they have accomplished litri, si l their efforts are now being directed to I'onfiniiiK the blase to th.? moun? tains jnd protecting the property In Hi?* clearings. The worst damage has been don?? in the timber land? several mllei north of Mllesburg, At nlghi the dame? illumin?t.? the sk?. as far as the eye ? an Anoth.-r Are has broken oui In the S.v. ? Moun? tains, near here, and i- burning fiercely to-night. This blase is In the heart ot the hemlock dis? trict, and Is doing much damage. Strou,?si,un;, i'? r.n.. April I The Bres thai have raging ? ? Pocono and Blue RI iv. done ? on? derable damage to timber an ? railroad ties. The farmers nr.? ready to pn their homes tn case of the ipread of the games, but there appears to be no Immediate dang*er ot ? Th?? weather is dry, and anxiety is fell lest It should lonttnue so. There are Indications of rain to-night. ? HEAVY DAUM,ES SIED FOR. HAVERSTRAW FAMILIES MIXED IT IN A DAKOTA DIVORCE BUIT AND A SENSATIONAL triai, EXPECTED. Mrs John G??.?'?;, wife of ? prominent hrlckmaker In Haverstrsw, has enti ? ? tinsi Mrs. /ame? H.o't, ? wealthy widow of that place, whose hus band wa? a brick manufacturer, for MOM for th? alienation of her husband's affections. Complaint was aerved on Saturday, and th.e ease will he tri.-.l in lbs Rockland Count) Suprem? Court in May. Mrs. Beoti denles ..il the charges, and says It is a .f blackmail. It Is eapected that the suit will be somewhat sensati,m.,1. In .ludiie Hlrachburg*? court, at Now-hurt?, on Baturday, it was learned that Mr. Peck is now in North Dakota seeking a divorce from bla wife, and the present suit is one of the side Issues eonnected with th.? divorce proceedings. - ? TO DEMAND AN EIGHT-HOUR DAY. rivF. THOUSAND MEN IN CLEVELAND t'NITE IN THE MOVEMENT. Cleveland, April 1 Ptv? thousand union work? men eonneeted with the building trade? win make a demand to-morrow for an sight-hour day. coupled with ? demand thai only men having union cardi shall he employed The 1.usines? ?iB-ent of tir.? Building Trades Council says be does not antici? pate much opposition .m the part of the contrac? tors t., granting the shorter day. bat it Is expected that objection will be raised to granting the de? mand with respect to thi non-employment <>f men t mi mbers of the unions. The painter? of th? <'|tv will alno demand elpht hours as a day's work, and risk for an Increase In w it?- from Btt to K) cents sn hour Th,? mast.t painters have off.t?? i to compromise oa ? cent? sn hour, bul the painters refuse to accept that, say? ing they will strike If they do not Ret the advance asked for. MR. BANNA LIKEs THE TARIFF RILL. Cleveland, Ohio, April I.?Benator Hanns, who cr-uie name to vote, said to-day that he regarded the Dingley Mil a? a satisfactory measure, going far enough In the direction of protection and pro \idliiK sufllclrnt revenue Tl.. pa?gS of ? hat hill hs believed to be tii>? pressing need of Ihe hour Mr Hanna expressed the opinion that the Arbitra? ti.,? Treaty would he approved t.y Ih? Menai.? by a 11 >se vote When .i'k??l if he thouKht Congreaslonal action on the Cuban question probable st this aewion Mr Hanna replied "I don'l know v.>u ..uri tell ah ait that A iparh mlghi drop in there .n any lime .nal preclp!tats set Ion At this time, how sver, ? consider Congressional action on the ctitmn question Improbable?' Mr Manna will ?tart on hi* return to Washing? ton to-morrow after he ha? \oied. BANGU?LY DOESN'T GET OFF TRE VEsrvirs CAPTURES A TUO AND BIGHTI Tin: BERMUDA. a PLAN pr>n scntiIn?; .?.?N?;rn.Y ant? a PARTY Of PRIENM t? CUB* NEATLY TRWAJtTED HY THB CRUISER. Jacksonville, Fla., April 1. The r***ulsef \'es:?i. us prevented a Cuban expedltl ? f.-om leaving Fernandina last night, and .p.; tared the tug Alexander Jon?.?, of Wilmington, ? C. The cruiser loft here sudd ? ? tfteniOon on Information furnished by ftpanleh VU ? -?'ensul Potous lhat an ' ? lltlon would ? rr.nr.. ?iina at 12 o'clo? I The cru,ser went down the river and an? hored "ff Fernandina ' ar. Ali'nit 12 o'clock a tug aito only two lights burning at th?? masthead s I ? and the thushilght <>f the Vesuvius ?vas thrown upon her. Th*? tug proved to be the Alesai let Jones, and the captain gave ? in ess ose f r I is preset?..? thai he ? waitli r l w? ??* ? ?t from the Vesuvius waa piaci ? ? I, anal th>n the cruiser areni oui I of the Bermuda, which was expected. ? steamer waa finally seen ? lining ft m the south having the me ma llspla I aa that of th?? Jones. Th?? Hash Ugh I ws ? tl which the steamer turned and itart? ' direction. A signal from the Veau ?? ought the steamer to ?. standstill, however, hi waa teen to be the Bermuda. Th ? Ben is outalde the thr.n,lie limit and ui Irltlsh flag, so that the commender of the V? su? lue had no authority to detain her. The Bermuda a , ir? ently had n?? cargo '?n board, ai -ting high out of the water. Th?? Jones ?as escorted Into the port of WW? nandina and turned over to C II < tor ? f C I I ms Baltseti, who ? Uveed s depu ? M:g probably will be fined for s '. dation <f the navi? gallon laws in havmtr only two I ghts displayed. The plans of th.? Cubans a-ere foi <;? ic-ai s?n giilly to hav.? this city with ? | Cubani for Fernandina. ,\ small lu to tow two lighters loaded with arms snd .?? imui ? p an.i carrying the ??>?? out to the bar, ?? here they were to be met by the tug J nea ? and provialona aboard, and everything waa to be transferred t.. the Bermuda. The quick actlen of the Vesuvius prevented the plans from tc-.ng , si ried ?V MARSHALS THINK NUNEZ MAY SURRENDER, Thi^ United Btatea authorities here ; :???? matlon that Colonel Emilio Nunes, who Is want? ted on a charge of takii g part in sevei ! filibustering eapedli daya returned to thia country from Cuba R :s hinted that Nunes ood h?\ing come to New-York with ifter latlng ' "rendered last week to J Ige Brown, In the C I l States ? irt, ani wa illos ? ? tlve r.ew ball for tn..? Horatio ?. ? : J. ' ' ? Junta, when ? ?< id I Will be tik??. I ? G ol 1 ; ?? ' ? ? ?. . ? .. opin? ion that .n tiie coming week '- I -r th?? . sampl? itili '. alii - ' "Usa* s.-;f u?, ail I stand l STARVATION IN AND ALU81 A, ax OUTBREAK OF THg ' ??EMPLOTED '" ? ???> Pl.t: IN ??1.???. London, April ?. The Madrid co-respondent of "Th-? Daily Mall" s.iys thai I . ? : - work pei;,in broke out into open disorder l M ss to day, destroyed property snd ? ?. d i.r..?- sums of money. The police made many arresta The ?e <jf the outbreak la lack of work ? ? of things m Andalusi* hecomi ? ?? .-? dally. The Government is reinforcing it.; troops there. AUSTRIAN MINISTgY MC8T REMAIN. EMPEROR PRAKCTS JOSEPH DECLINES TO ??~<""??? A RESIONATH X. VI ina, April 4. Emperor Francis 'oseph pre? sided to-day at s spedai meeting of th? Cabinet, convened to consider the tender ef ?? made on hehalf r\f the Cabinet hy Count Bidenl. th" Austria*] Premier, on Tt assintn-d hy the Premier for the I is the fact that he foui A II Imi ?? .in a Liberal majority in the recently elect? i rath. The Emperor declined I .dila? tion of the Ministry. WELCOME RAINS IN INDIA. AS A RBSUIVr PRICES sit? W A TEN1 rN ? TO G??.G. Calcutta, April (.?It ' 1 that run is falli!?.,? throughoul ' " of Nort weal Bengal and the ? r ?ine s ol North? ern Punjab, Borne pori ? .is., been aided mated - ? l-.ii u much ass.?t.-d in cull As one r, Bull Of this, ? ) fall in the North? ib THE BAILOR /.'? '- ? in; ? [SED. iT'ir WISELY HEEDS TIIK REPREfi Kg PROM THIS ''"IN'TIIY I.Ima. April I.?Rams tailor, who -.?is .irres;?.,? in Ihe early pan of t>?. '....ir at ('.ilia?? on th.? charge of disorder!' condii t, con? titi.?l snd subsequently sentenced to ? reafi I n prisonment srithoul su ? ? ,? ?: the treat* between Peru and the Unii l Btatea, Article XV, and wh"- - ?? waa ?at? n?. ? 11 ?. ? last week to four months' Imprisonment from January l?. nee r?!? ? '? -' ' ? ?'? Bight by order of the Superior Ci rl ?I ?. .?? al ? .1 RIG GRAIN SHIPMENT FROM BT. JOHN. St. Jhn. tt. ? . April 4.?The eteamor Stockriolrn city sailed for London this afternoon, in ??t cargo ?ver.? "i.?..?.-?? bushels of ??rain, the largeet amount ever carried out of a Canadian pori i:i the winter season. ? frisino in GUINEA not SERIOUS. London, April 4?"The ??tins" will publish a ?!!*? p.i'ch from Its Lisbon correi ?.- ".ho Fays that the uprising "f t.;: ,? .?a it n.t expected to have aeri ua ? - lueneea It - *-??. lieved thai the Portuguese (Jovernment .. ? :'.t force In t ;? ? ? .: ?ry :<? main- ill ?f l? r. .4 WHITE STAR STEAMER IN TOW. Holyhead. April ?-? . ? red to 1 e a White 8tar liner, i iss.,i > ? \n tow of two tugs, and Is [irci? :? kl % for I..vcr pool. ThoCevIc salted from Liverpool for Xew-Y? rh on April -. passing Rlnsale Ik ? following day The Q+rmanIc sailed from Queenstown for New-York on the Is;. The Tauri,? left Qu il wn on Mirco tl for New-York -e VOT rp BE AN EMBA88T. w.??hire-on, April 4-Ti? State D pertinent has r ?:..?.1 noiic from the Turk??? h Oovernnwnl that It finds It Inconvenient to ral?* tha greda ?f Its niis slon In Washington to that of aa Kmh ? ???? on *,<* count of the Increased expense which w,?u... thereby he incurred Thta decision of the TurtrJah Oover?? nient will prevent the President, mder t esUtlng law, from nominatine es-Secr? J ? r r .?? Ambassador to Constantinople, is, Ii is under? stood, was h.s leslr? FOB CARRTINQ A B\BY o\ His 8ICYCLM. Pecanas he ??as Ignmnt cf the law, Jahn Schwan, O? No W ????? Or.e-hun !r 1 "id fin refi - t t? pay en* attentane to Bicycle Potl<*on*a> rty, ;.t Nii'..;v-s!\ih-st and Pll ?.-.???.. laal evening S.hwiri was riding on his Mc* ?'<-. tni s,.it,.i In fron? of him on an attachment to the handlebars was a hah. I ?J lag the ride bugoli wh-n ftgattV Stopped the bi? cyclist ar.d t ?M him he would hi?? IS dl-mount With the child. tS the city ordinati -e pro.ul'ltcd any children under frve rears freni riding oa .? Mcyek? with .mother person. ScwWtrg ?ill no utt.ntlon to the poll.', man, and he was arrest,,! At the K.ut Ot***-bun?lr**d-an4-twenty-slatl si statios Behwara pleaded Ignorance ?i the ???? He ? t, fits bl< ? ? . as at*curlt) i" sppear In the Ha? m * ? ? this rnom? lag. ? bis ?? .?.ml t.? h? ????- : Hie ordlnan ?? -?V ??thi?: BENEDICT." perfect cottar button. r>n. nine buttoae nave the name Benedici and late of patent Stamped upon t'a.tn. Take "n> fther." BeneJlt Uros., Broadway and vorUan?Jl.?Advt.