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X" 18..04. NEW-YORK, SUNDAY, JANUARY 110. _s.w. _.' PAKTS. ~-_ PAGES. WITH ILLrSTKATED SITPLEMEXT. 24 PAGES. PKIC1. FIVECENT3.
IjOST all but their LIVE8.
THE CRXW OF THH DAOO HAD A HARD
TIME BAVINCI THI.MSKLVl....
--m HY TT1I" ST.-AMS11IP AI.T.l'R AFTER
jlES. l i ?' "?"
DAYB <'i" Dit-FRRATM rtOHTtNO AOAINBT
rna _*urb*j_-bnt ___a_.
n? UM iteamahlp Aller. of the Nortll 0?
.l-vd 1 ' " ?"**?* ftt <h:" '"rt *V*"terday'
-*JrtJ ckptaln and ei re av, of the Ul-fated
_?*? . v hi ?>, araa abandoned at aea o i
' v";- when ih il ala Iiui Ired mllea off Snndy
'*__? ' The men had been taken . (T by the '
!- " . Dago waa In n Blnkli g
'?'?'? * . pe 0f rcacua had been glvei
?* ,". na ol th" Dago had b-en " ed, and
T"'' '" ,_ ... ? . were amall
tha hlgh nnna long enough to
-
e"'"' l . Da loat everythlm it thelr
!!_-_ thay were ftnallj
. trea ? . . . v? .
? n .... m t] ? keen winda arhlch ?wa'
, , I the ateamahlp.
Ued men nre ae folloara:
WILLIAM f-.-K. OOIR.
w JAfKUNG
>?? .. . .... IE - - ?
: *HEB
r?" . ,-? Kis SHORN
?'
\,hn wutrwooi)
..'?
' ""ii antm.1. a PRTERRO.*, WILL
IN
OEORGB MACTX
r-- . i. ibi nr ani ' - s.
PUMER
RAN INTO A HUBRICANE.
. . n Laith on Deeembei .
v; , ;." ? ? ? lltlmore, wlth Captain win
., and a ettm of twenty
? ' - - ?
her from atera to
e whlch au
er. to the en,
- ::. , to mak. -r.r,
; ? r.?, bandai - ??"
. H much. ? on afterward
......
JJ'J ...... found. The ateam pumpa
J" re-, worked hard to prevoni
worked for
! ??? '' .
i, Ml
lhat they wer,
?:...!>?.
.. . .? hiam. atarted
... ..,
were tleo i
' '
_r Gutcher i
randhrou,
.
tltput out the
? i ol tor in I .
trled I
-
Tl
-._... engine-roon
.
ra ? I ::,;-"., i .' m. Iv one
muoatlon ol k,
A lhat. t tl hnd been lauii n .
lvc ftoated a mlnate ln tha larrlbla saaa
I - ?
WOUL.D NOT TAKE HER TN TOW.
IR December th. ' M ' : '
wal r .. . way from Loi
. . i however, ?
low. Th.
m ? a, a would
?
on Monday
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-
il om.-.
rc- w ot
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il
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flvi
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- -. ? e of them hnd a
if the
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. ? Wi-rr
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? ? - i - want to
? ?t. un
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it six
llat id
ed aa lf ae al
?
?
LEITER UXDER THE WHEAT VAREBT.
1 - WHEN N-BEDET> THK BULL
vis-'i MAY OPTIONB
l to-day, n
' ? ? ? tr ? i'; ild itlon a h h id
taken i -,?;?.?
. furtl er Imi oi tant aelllng bul
tba ?:.?? ? er than ev.
? ? . Kent, Pardi ? ?
- ?
L*'.t .r . ? mea. II ?
J8?t t| an mora
ptJ AM Januar) waa nomlni -:
' ? ? .. ? Ua. 'i'. n !'i hf
t**' ---. , : ?
. ? . ? ? ? ? . nd
...
-?-..- . ? ? er. waa very llttl.
v -. .. i ? ?.
? .- ? -. ..?.-,, ? ? . ? ;? tl.'
eaal ? ? : u_i twent) -four houra IJ
J , ? !..,- year tlu
fl'-'-r. ? . i buahela. *" ?
.i "
?
*po\U i g for
....
. ... . Rt. T.
? ????
. ? , ?..
.' ' '
-'-. r brokera treamed into
.k May
May whi ??'??..??''??
- ?:
?
TBE STAXDARIl 01L IN OHIO.
i ihlo, Jan -"?' Tha Bl '? h reply to
the re. r of the Btandard ? 'H ' "on
a_y_ ... . | nai] no power to :.i.l the
:" ? i >... Trual in eloalng II aa a
,,. xhe li lh ,h''
? . - at. Thi < "ourl dld n. ? aaya thi
i llrectiy oi Indli ? ia ol
ti.e tr...- ?.... gupremi .'...j.* power noa lo
the aami To lhe repl)
BIOHT I'oiNTS OF MERIT. A PERFECT PIANO,
1 Kn II Pla noa, World'a Fnli '-?:. no other
?ejctlv__ moro tha:: _ix polnta. IT* i-',fui-uv_.- Advt.
AIMBD AT BBJTI8B TRADF.
J'.Pr.ni f'H .MUE'.I.AIN TAI_KS OF TTIK Pni.ICT
OP -TTIII'-R NATIONH.
London, Jan. _i*. Joseph Cbaraberlaln. Sf-rrrtery
Of Sl;it<? f.r tho Colonles, apeaktng nt H!rmln_.ham
thls evening, dwell upon ths efforta "f forali
tlons to conquer gnel colonlal .?n!;>ir<-s, wlth tha
Intsntlon ..f oonvartlng them Into exclusive trade
saerrea, from which British trade should forever
? ? excluded. Iin.'- pollcy, he aald. Is now hanglng
..v r Qreal Brltaln, i.Ke tha aword of Damoclea, In
\\. sl Africa and Chlna.
Regardlng ths latter country, Mr Chamberlaln
added, he ".i* happy to belleTS thers was a gen?
eral ajrreement of ..u the gr. at commerclal powers
lliai Oreat Hrltaln's pollcy wn* a Just one.
COXSTA ^ TIXOPLE BB *. KBB.
SI.VI.HI_ BHOCK8 Or F.A1.THQUAKE IN THF TT'RK
I8H .'AI'ITAI..
Conotantlnople. Jan J.' Bevera sho^k* of .arth
yiii-ke were experieaoed hon* thls. nft-rnoon.
?
BISMABCK'B 80S FIOBTB A DVBL
i-orxT WILLLAM WOCWDi ms AitTAOomar.
HERR KAUBACH.
Berlln, Jan. tt.?II Is repOTtSd thnt Count Wlll?
lam Blsmarck, Presldenl of Eaal Prussia an. sec
ond son ot Prln ?? Blsmarck, haa fought .1 duel srlth
Herr Mauhaoh, tha Chlef Pn dentlaJ Counaellor,
owing io a personal yuaiTel. Herr Maubach, lt la
w.is wounde i
? '
"TBE ST. PAI E UIJaBE" IX BEW BAXD8.
BOUOHT RT QBORQE f. BPINNBT. IT IS BAID,
TOB A BTNDICATB.
Bt. r.-uil. Jan. ta (Bpeclal). "The -Hoha." f*t. Panl's
goli Demoeratle organ, has chnnce.1 handa. The
new head of "Tho Globe" la Oeorga ?". Bptnney, of
New-York. Ho |. sald to bs th?* sole proprtator,
bul i' is thoughl thal he. l. tha r. preseniatlvs of s
?? - ats of capltallata, of whom Wllllam C. Whlt
ney, of New-York, Is one. Rumor also credlta
Presldenl Hlll of thi Greal Northern Rallway wlth
membershlp In thls syndleate. Mr. Bplnnej * I
llrectlon of the management of the paper
Por a loni tlme he waa the managlng edH
?The New-York Tlmea." and before that wa th.
Albany correspondenl of "The Tlmea."
- e ?
8BAW8 C0\ K8EL IXDICTED.
HAP.T.Y B. BOOVEL OIVEB 12.800 BAIt. -STX OTHER
IHI.I.s POt'ND
Catnden, N. J.. Jan 29 Tho Grand Jury. whl-h
>. ,, for more than .-. week been Investlgatlng tho
chargea In connectlon wlth the mlstrlal of Bll
ghaw, harged wlth the murder of hla mother
Bnd grandmother, to-da. presented to Judge Oar
... Indiotment,
,,. . . ? ;.... ? ctmenti la apalnnt Harry B Bco
v..i ..... i . oui m for Eli Bh iw Bcovel at
, entered $2,600 ba for a )?? arlng, the aecurlty
!,. i.-ic- furnlehed by ex-Jiidge .'anow. who. wlth
??? Weatcott, has be. n retalnsd aa hla coun
i ? ..
lt may be remembered that on January 4, the
aecond day of the tiial of Eli Bh.w, Judge Oar
- ... ... conseqitence of ru.nors thal effori
made ??? flui ncs the irj, | ?
? d the trlal and diaml-s. .1 the iurym?*n
Bld thi >ra the
Gi ind Ji ry ai d order. d an In ft Mlgi 1 ?
Bv rt-nuest of Judge Oarrlson, Attorney-Ge eral
thi case, and s i attorney
? ' -?'?
,-[ |, ;? ,,: j. . .iol i .:, and i s-Rfcorder .
both of Bl .ckti n, were thi ev. ? I on
Indtctments having I
agalnal them for embracerj In connectlon wlth the
They each furnlshed I.v "< ball ara)
were released. Jo.n Mershaw, who was slso ar
. ?. ] tt n im I le : ' secure hall, and la ocked up.
The Grand Jury wl.l slt again on Monday, and it
is reported h it a promlnenl offl . U of thla clty
wlll also be Indlcted for embraeery.
?
OETTIXQ TfXiETHLR FOR 0EOBO8 FRED.
ONH FACTION "F HIS D.V1DED STATE COMMITTEE
Bl ' 9 P .R PEACE
Boeton, Jan, '-'' The membera of ths Demoeratle
"-. ? who favor Oa ? ??? P - .1." for
,? i Danlel H. Cooks for se retary, and
. , retlring . i ent meetlng of the n mlt
?? ? _ split that org
? . ?_ House al n and paaae i raa
? . ; ig up the fli ht. The m< - tll" I
? J. IV < iwena, of Lowell, and *?,*?' iee
were made hy Dr Cooke, Jame. D Orant '?'. Hyde
Park. and D Tl C >ah ? y, ot Boaton,
tlon. a h were adopted were to the
..<>, that as "ths a ' thi n j P ?wer
and the Increaae i ratlve powers, aa .
? - of lab. r and the reduci
t ,,,-. thereby causl.ig stiikes, nre alarmlng
,i-l w - ?? !?? '??'? ? .....
. . . ,f th. Dem I ?' ' ':' ite
? . . ? v. ; ? ?.'..?.:: n'.'i, < nt tO *' I8?
e?t_ v. hich Fet-k thi ? ivemer.t of 1 he
ol ea Ihe ...rty
; ?. .? r ..?,.;.l;.-r 1 < rwlah .:i.
... - immlttee, la
i ,..-..- of the whole noi I l
furthe ?.''.'' '
ill m ittera ?'? maj he amtcahly ar
.., the end i il a*e may eommence the new
l l front."
TBE CARTER COVRT-MABT1AL.
R_TTORTfl TD PROVB OOMBPIRACT T*? M.'l'H .I'I?
THB <:c vi.'HNMnN'
f=a\Hnnah Oa., Jan, ?. Thla mornlng ihe rr"'"*
entlon In the Carter rourt-martlal gave Ita atten
? , ? effori to prove th- .
. ., t0 defraud the Governmenl hatwoen
..... ? . .1 ntlc Contra tlng Com
?,.. v K K Con int. an Inapector of lh<
, -k. A..1 Tv. ,.- ind A.J S
,.? >v '. ., ,;.v . - ive -mli..r testlmony.
BRAVE RE8CVE AT CRDAR I8LABD.
?run CAPTAIN AND THIRTKEN Mrv "I" THE f*HIP.
WRETKRI* TRAOABIOZANDA BAVEP
Portsmouth, N. H . Jan S Tha n ter flsh
..,. . .,,. ?,, Tragahlgxanda wenl i Cedar
. - | . ,.f fi .-,. al ?' o lock tl fw
... mtal I. pu The crew of fourteen men
,.| after a hard struggla hy llfe-aa*?*lng
. r en 1
?i rag .blgxanda was on ber way to tha Ora
, . . ..... mn ahe encountered ? atlff
, | ... a t. rrlfleseas i R ?'' '
tervals I." ' l*red hank ? of mli ?
' '
. ,?. ?? uhcad. i one ? ? ?
i .
I
rried
. ,. i by the . i. w of t
latlon. *. word to
:
? - Ift. ' '?'.'
kard nnd Ihe other ihlrte. n m. n
? . '
MAY Hiow i r THI " YAXOEE.
A.,.n;v. ,. . rilE PlINKEN ??:?'? POVINION
VI.R L'NStVT1C*4-IPT-_
Newport See . Va. Jan. ? (Bpeclal) -The sunken
,,,, ,,,. an imshlp Wyanoke I atill il Ihe
bottom of .!? ?' ' ? r.-.'.et. c W. Johnson. I
... ung the work for tl
aftern on U it tuj
topuro'pali into the shlp'. hoid by ths Cavanaugh
Dr-cesa untll lo-morrofi al I o'elock, whsi l
. and Ohl ti ga arlll endeavor i
wreck lo ahallow a .'?? I arga i row la have lln< I
?
?,, the I- -i m ??' ne rlv. II
. ? '.'
. VN'yanok. ?
I :. ,n the ' hann. I li la ? ? ?>? '.
tlon
PRICE 0F /M/.' IBOB .1/'' \XVED
Chlcago Jan t*x Th.- n-.r Iron Asaoclatlon, coan<
. .,: mufa. lun ra of tl.immodlty ln
.,,,. ,. rrtiory w. M "f Plttaburg, and
7_ ,,. r <? nt of ths ouu.ui ol th? o ? ???' "'
i,.,.,.., rh, i> I. ? ? .. ton al a naeetlni held ,?
,.?r?, be thellmll ol the ad
; . . r ,r i wn-. alven ".it thai al tn* larger
!" .il, ... ih'. Bsaorlatlon to be ?'? '1 lw? w. ? ks .
!:L:,,_- _notfh.r ad\.,,U Te. a ton wlll bo made. I
8PAI1P8 CRUISER COMING.
THK VI/.t'AVA PREPARING Tu BAIL FROM
CARTHAGENA.
BHE WILL NOT nn COMMANDHD BT CAPTAIN
CONCAB, HOWEVER OTHBH BPANIBH V-BB
BBt-fl T<> BAIL V*< 'lt HAVANA.
Carthagena, Bpaln, Jan. 29. Tba ni_t-elaa_
armored cruiaer Vlxcaya ir- Btartlng for Am< rii a.
Th-- rcai ,,f the Bpanlah gquadron la preparlng
to siiil for Havana.
The ironclad < 'i i^t-.t-ni Colon (formerly Olu
aeppe Garlhaldl n> will accompany the t..ri.e<l.>
flotilla ln;. i.
Madrld, Jaa. 29 It ls announced that the
cruiaer Vlxcaya (whlch the Governmenl iii" ''r
oided t.. eend to ti,.- L'nlted ^tat>-<i win nol be
commanded by Captain Caneaa y Pulan, t.tit by
Captain Eubate,
Thla r-hntiKe in rh.- command of th" Vtacaya i
t..''i.'\e_ to i.. nu,- t.i ti.- feellng producad by .ia
addreaa delivered In UM before the Madrld ''???
graphioal Boclet) t.y Captain Coniaa y Pulan, who
,'i,i!imAr.l-<l ti;- ? - ?- nta M rta, aani ovei
. -- aln to rh.- Columblan Egpoadtlon, glvlng
li | .. 0f ??. i niti J B ?' naan
,,.?!? ?x ? from Hannla Taylor,
l'nlted Btalex
Si-.niir.-h Oovernment demandlng ... explanauon
?
SI.NT1_.NVI_ AND PARDON FOR WEYLER
TWO MONTHB l>';i THB BX-CAPTAIN-OBNERAI.
WHO WILL BE PARDONED, HOWKVEB
Madrld, Jon. '-"?? " '* underatoo- h'-re thnt
tha Bupreme Wnr Councll wlll s.-nt.-nce Lleu
tenanl General Weyler t" tw. months* Imprla
,?ini?n'. bul thai the Oovernment wlll grant
him a pard .n.
Tu CONVOY THE TOP.PEDO-BOAT8.
WHY THE 8**ANI-*H CRCISBB CRIBTOB-Ji roisis
w ILL ? li' 188 THK ATLANTIC.
Waahlngton, Jan 29 No offldal ndvices have
y. ,-v r-?-iv.-i here a yet l.ntlrm the re?
ported Intentlon of the Bpanlah Oovernment
tn aend a H el of ararahlpa t.. Havana. The
spatiish Legatlon waa Informed Bonra time air..
tha* th- srn.ifl gunboats ii"" engagedln patrol
Ung tbe Cuban coaat would t>e Brtrenfthened
s....n i.y the addltion of n number of torpedo
hoata, and lt la ihla flotilla tha: ln expected to
?all for Havana aa aoon ?*< condltlona perml*
The boata are aald t'< i.e wanted partlcularly
f,,r Bervlce "n the t'auto Rlver and ln Havana
Harbor The coming .>?' lhe flne cruiaer i
hai Colon one of the beal shlpa In thi Bpanlan
Navy, ?i'h the torpedo-boata la aald to be
neceaary to tii- ir aafety, ns theae Ittle crafl
mual have a ponvoj lo come to thelr reliei in
, . ,,f aevere " tather and to help out thelr
coal auppl) Evei wlth o.\<* aaalatance it is
u_\a ;r,. boata wlll have a rlsky voyage.
RIOTOU8 STUDENTS TN MADRID.
THEt ATTACK \ S__W8PAP.BR OPPIT. BUT ARB
DI8P1 R-BBD l'-V Tllli POUl "
Madrid Jan 8 The atudenta made a damonetra
tion to-day before the i ttl ? of the "Progreaao.
T'i. v atoned tbe a-lnd wa. but wen tuallj
ably be i '
BPANISH FLEET IN A BAD WAY.
A,.AKM BXPH1.1 OVER A -TTATEMIINT MADE
I.V ADMIRAL CERV .BAS,
London, Jan 23. The "Correro." organ ot tha
Carllata, dli " vtalt of the I nll d 8 a ?
publle t. JueUflably alanned, addlng:
??Aa n laet, lt la th. ?:? -ernment ItaaM whlch ta
.. . aly alarmed, though every effort la made to
' n In api.f tl.fflclal atatemenl *
: .... witb the Mlntoter
?_.
\ ? ' ' iT^no
. - it-a
matter."
HOW TO BEND Bl PPLIES To CUBA
n ll instbi cm i the central
CCBAN RELIEP f-OMMITTEB.
Tne ''? ? " il fuban Ba II f Comn tl
hy Preald. nl MeKlnli I I tho 1
. :
. . -. New-Orl. u - -l :
' to be
? I to H vana:
?v * the Jolnl l r .ff.
lallway
,, . , | io trnn -i".. ?. 11
,'". i ' ,-ontr but. il ln i the ayn ithi Hc
mnlM .11
ln the
' - {.' ''.?'.
., v ... . V.,r l. to Iu ? ? 'Ua a\ ... I
, ?? , M :.' ?
tem "i ll? '
'
? - ithern
nd from i.
ry -,;. tr.- Loul i -?
'
1 1 m.l.l ,', 1. ? ': ?'? *''irly
', ,,'iaii .,. tu :.. "' donato
;,;,;?, . irmutlon may Immedl
, togo vla Set Vork
v, '/. ???_{>? RK.. V.F. ?OMMITTI
Care ol '?'?'? notlf) I P H ??? ;
'. ni
-
. .-. Orlcui
CONSUL GENERAL LEE.
,. cuba care of Morgan Llna ateamahlpa,
NVa.r " ?????'? I.'? """"i-l '" aro^vla
Mo). .? Montgomery or Tam be marki i
0W* rONBITL-OENERAL LEE
H.vana Cuba, ? i.' Pl '": Bj :? m ateamahlpa
T..i?j.i
nl) marked
eight ol ea. h pack
:? mai ,<? "1 th.-r. on.
...... ? . ..'.,: R, efi
? ?',.. \, ,a ? V..II- ? 8 10
ter ai i nuantit)
.
? ' '
-
re to av.
..- i .1 i.r or ...,.-.
? ? ii,
?
'
? mu r be fun . hed to Ihe
rl informntlon i n
rl
.,-,,,- rENTR KI. REI il F COMMITTI*...
.?:.. n.
?
.?1...T1I1N.1 ANI' MEDK INE8 POR CUBA
,??, hundred I P?al beda foi hlldren are I
nhl| r?ed i" Havana nexl Wedneaad iy, In anaa
a requeal for ti" m by Co ? ? L a
Orai al. .rner aal for H
, . : mllk
ai i
? ?.,..
..
.llll, 1*0
a'J - ind the A
i, ,,.',,;.,,, offi ' irtl. lea for thal pur
'"''
I LOR1DA NABfl vi * BOI TH:
, . ? . la 1 '..??'
i wlth Ni ?* Vork ?.- Horkl .
.uthern Ri
.'",. , p j, ,... Nea Vork dall) excepl Bunday,
l, ,, ,,, Two nthi i fa?l " 'Ina .N\ w-Kork
_J71 ui.a 8M i.i. al'.auy.-AJvL
SILVER CHALLENQB MET.
BHORT WORK TO BE MADE OF THH
TELLER RESOLUTION.
A DECIBtl N REACHED TO TAK*. IT LT ANO I>15
POSE OF IT IN THF HO-TBB TO KORROW RE
PUBUCAM l:i:i-lli:SF.\TATI\rs WANT
THR COUNTRY TO KN"*' AT ON' II
H-.w THEY STAND OM
THI l'lNW'Vvi.
QI'tSSTION.
Waahlngton, Jan. '-".? Th- detertnlnatlon araa
reached by Republlcan leadera ln the Houaa of
RepreaenUtivea to-day that tha Teller resolu
tlon f'.r the payment of bonda ln ailver, paeaed
by the Benate laai night, ahould ba dlapoaed ?t
by the Houae on Monday In order that the attl
tinio uf ihat branch "f Congreaa mlghl be plaeed
before the country Immediately. Thi* declalon
waa reached afi ?>? numeroua conferencea be?
tween Speaker Re-?d, Chalrman Dlngley "f the
Ways and Means Commlttee, Meaara. Dalaell and
Henderaon, of the Rules Commlttee, and <>th*r
Ipfluentlal mei b. ra of the Houae.
Late in the day the resolutlon, whleh had rome
over from tho Benate, waa referred hy thc
B| .,.' r i" the Waya and Meana Commlttea, and
rman Dlngley al onci gave notlce of a spe
,1 me. ting of the commlttee at 10:30 o'elock
Monda) n .rnlng At ih* same tlme he Informed
Democrat li membera of the commlttea that his
general purpoae waa subatantlall) aa f.-ilows:
N<> CHANGE TO BE MADE
Th.* blll will be eonaldered by th.- commlttea
..ii Monda) and an adverae report mada on it.
Ne amendmenl or change in th?- pbraaeology
will be made, i>u? the adverae reporl wlll be on
tl.- resolutlon nv tt standl Thls wlll be sub
mltted to the Houae when it meeta on Monday,
and plana made to dlapoae of tha matter befora
tii.-- day'a aesalon closea Aa to thc procedura
"ti the floor, Mr Dlngley made no predlctlon he
yend aaylng that lt was propoaed to dlsi"?*' of
the subjecl on Monday. This wlll doubtlesa re?
qulre a apeclal rule governing Ihe dehate. A ha
sis for thls rule waa preaented to-day by Mr.
Dalaell, a member <>f the Kules Commlttee, In the
form of a reaolutlon provldlng that the aubject
i.naldered Immediately after tho report ?f
the Waya an.i Meam Commlttee.
lh-- commlttee wlll probably he ready to re
I>. rt by 12 o'elock, ?o that under tha Dalaell rea?
olutlon tho debate wlll begin ahortly after noon.
lt ih probable that before the Houae a_wemb.ee
the Dalaell reaolutlon wlll ho uo abaped as to
lix tha hours of debate nnd aed a tlme for a vote.
The deti rmlnatlon to hrlnir tho subjort to an
Immedlate laau k;iv? general aatiafactlon to
the Republlcana Bome "f them deatred to put
Mlde all other buslness to-day and vote down
the Teller reaolutlon before thls week cloaed.
Repreaentatlve Johnson. >>f Indlana, took the
lead in urglng thls movement, and aecured the
aaaent of moal of the Indiuna Republlcana and
several other membera to a movement in thls
dlrectlon. it was flnally declded, however, to
Iel the reaolutlon go to the Waya and Meana
Commlttee, wlth the dlatlnct aaeuranoe of Chalr?
man Dlngley that the lesue wnuid he preaaed to
a con. luslon on Monday.
OREETED WITH CHEBRB BT DEMOCRATB.
When the Clerk of the Benate appeared tn
the Houae to-day and transmltted the Teller
r. i iiutlon.announcemenl was greeted wlth
an OUtbural of applauso from the pemorratlc
Bld. Oreat Interest was manlf-'st'd ns to the
dlepoettlon to he made of the resolutlon. Boon
Bpeaker Reed reach'-d the Capltol he was
vlalted by membera of th-* Rulea commlttee wlth
a vlew to determtnlng what courae should be
adopted, Mr, Dlngley favored a rffer.-n.-e to ihe
Waya and Meana Commlttee, and gave aaaur
aneea that prompt Actlon would i.e tak>-n hy an
adverae report to the Houae. Thls vlew waa
?hared by Mr. Dalaell nnd Mr. Henderaon, of
the Rules Commlttee,
A strong feellng developed, however, fbr lm
? -.. actlon without the uaual reference to
? commlttee. Repreaentatlve Johnaon, of Indl?
ana, a member of the Currency Commlttee
? l on the Speaker and urgedthla llne of ac
tlon. He paid that the Houae ahould acl lo
day, thus givlng an Immedlate anawer to the
try tn offaet th? actlon of the H.*nat>* last
? The delay i ven r>ra few daya, he urged,
would permK tha sllver najorlty ln th.* Benate
t . aecure i preatlge befora the eountry which
they would nol hava if tha Houaa eould act
Immediately.
Mr. Reed aaked that the viewa of oth-r mra
!?. rs nf the M.'iiso on the propoaitlon he aecured,
u : Mr. Johnaon talked ?Aith a number who
favored prompt actlon. In the mean tlme the
reaolutlon came over from the Benate, and waa
lald aalde untll a deflnite line .>f actlon could
|.a a.rr"od upon. The current of aentlmenl
waa for reference to the Ways and Meana Com?
mlttee, th? underatanding belng ihat this com?
mlttee would hav.' a ipeclal meetlng In order
to make an adverae rej "rt.
THB RULE A< ll' BED ON.
After further eonferencw, Mr. Dalaell Intro
duced th-- f.lli?*Aln>* reaolutlon:
i esolved, That Immediately ui*?>n the report to
,t,.. k ? ? ? ?<??? or. Waya ai -1 Meana
..f th>- Benate i'on urreni rei dutlon So. 22 (Teller
..ill be in order io proci ed to Ihe
. ? . ratlon ? f sald report
Thls was referred to the Rulea Commlttee,
and ?ill eerve a-s a baala for a Bpeclal rul", flxlng
the tlme arai iiinits of the debate. As Mr, ImI
tell ls a member of rhe Rulea Commlttee, hla
resnlutl -i waa regarded aa showing the purpose
to have the questlon dlapoaed "f Immedlat. ly
after the Waya and Meana Commlttea reported.
There wus some tulk that the reaolutlon gave
the opportunlty t.. engraft upon it an amend?
ment clearly deflning thu viewa of the majorlty
In the Houae, and aoma advocated thla o.>ui?.
ii did nol n eet wlth favor, however, as It threat
. . . ,1 h [loaalble dlvlalon ln the majorlty, whlle
I, u.i. ',. | .h:l. the ? did Republl an vote, nol
Includlng the avowed allver Republlcana, would
,i for an adverae report.
itor Teller recelved .. number of telegrama
last nlghl and to-day congratulatlng him and
Iver men In the Benate on the pasaage of
the Teller reaolutlon Among the congi
tory messagea was ine from Wllllam J. Bryan,
nflned to a mere ezpresslon of
Batlsfactlon over the result,
mav DELAY THE HAWAIIAN TREATY.
'ii,, Republlcan Benatora arho voted In opposl
tton i" theli party on the Teller reaolutlon arlll
pr. bably seek an opp< rtunlty neal week to . x
piain thelr poaltlon at length, an.l ln dolng so
they wlll aeeh to hava the further conaideration
of the Hawallan treaty poetponed. Few of
,,'?.? ?,..,... speeches whlle the reaolutlon waa
ln fore il. Benate, bul aome of them now feel
thal there waa an effori made to pul them In
.. p.mltl -ii and thai the) owe it to them
pi have ti. li attitude th. inder
\\ mi" Hi s'- Benatora are all favorable to
. | iome of lh. in speak Ind ::? rentlj a
,,, |tfl pri ? nl fate, and l' la i ven Intln at. .1 thal
would Iik. to hoid lt up tem| ? B
nrder to emphaslae thelr antagonlsm to fi
lai v ? ;..;?? - Bnam lal poaltlon al tl.\, ? i
ihe '??? ?
Thla, it is argued, w..ul.l serve to make tt
clear to the countrj where thej stand One "f
the leadera of thls coterle sald to daj "There
Inti ml.'ii ? ?? n on the pari "f the warmest
frlenda of the treaty, t" vote on lt for a month
yet, and ae see no reaaon for presslng the de
ipon lt ll- ? R ; ibllcan hlmetalllats
ulll . anj fl .ri io pi i i eed Immediately
wlth Irratlon w - shall for the pres?
ent ? lalin all th. tlme "f the Benate nol devoted
ti. the . ppropi latlon bllla "
Ha f-.H'i thai .. reaolutlon would be Introduced
and made the baala of tha Bnanc'f* di-.u-si-u
whl... 'h.y intend to sUrL
DIAZ COMIXC, TO THE IXITED STATES.
it ti iaid that the mexican PR-Hnoorr WII.I.
vihit ALL thk PRINCTPAL cmrs.
Chirairo. Jnn. W A dlapatch from the city of
Mexlco aaya thar Prealdent Dlaa la prepartng to
makea \ir.it t.i tlie L'nlted Katea. His Itlnerary la
not yet comi. :. bul he wlll vlalt, II Ih underatood,
all the princlpal eltlea, Includlng St. Loula, Chlcago,
New-Tork and Waahlngton, and the Paclflc Coaat
A tr.-.in of thrr- magnlflcent cara, ordered montha
ngo from rh.. Pull man Company. baa rt i l tha
? \; .: ,. m i .i. .ther arlll foll ??? "
The Vi ?? rr.--,. i.nr wlll aaume thi dutlea of < hlef
Executlve durlng Prealdenl Dlaa'a abaence.
SCRIPTURE EOR THE BAYOR TO DIOE8T.
PRBBIDENT HUBBELL LAUNCHEB a lATTI.r. Qt.'o
TATION IN AN APTBR MNNER BPEBCH.
The aevi nth annual dlnner of the Bchool of Peda
gogy waa held laal nlghl at the Hotel st. Denla.
There wera flfty gueata preaent, Dr. Langdoo B.
Thompa. n, of Jeraey Clty, araa toaatmaatar, and
lntrodiii?,l the apealten, nm.ng whom WOtO Chan
cellor MacCracken of the Naw-Torli Cnlveralty
an.l Charlea Bulkley Hubbell, pr-atdenl of the
i rd ??' Education The ..niy reference Mr Hub?
bell mada in hla artrir, ea t<> iiis recent encounter
Wlth th? Mayor waa la theee worda: "Th.-re h _>
CTri no reveraal of that Bcriptural rtatement,
tered: H? timt n.l.-th his _.>.rtt in
greater than he thal taketh a I'lty Hall.
?
,1 DARISO llol.U 1 P IX BAY ARD ST.
WHtLE roOTPADB R?i*
A PBDEflTRXAM.
A larlriir hold-up by two footpada took place la-t
areptni li Bayard-al The vtctlm w.ui Willifim
Armltagc, of No, -, Greena-ave., Brooklyn. He.
_raa robbed of hla told aratch-chalB, afrer hetni.
roughly han 111 1 by his 'i?-aUani9. One of the
hlghwaymen aaa* captured.
Armltage araa on hia way h"m* Just before 7
o'clock, paal Noa. 82 ar.l M Bayard-et, whleh are
?aparated by a narrow alley, dlmiy Ughted, when
two rough loklng men 'umped oul and .rn.K-'-d
hlm Into tl ?? alley. One ..f th.- men took a flrm
grtp on ri.- vlctlm'a throat, preventlng hlm from
maklng nn outcry, wh1:* t1 * other grabbed Armt
? - 'a watch-chaln Portunately the .-haln hroke,
?nd, aa Arm tage m.-ide a deaperate r-?lstan.e. tho
thi. ' ran ofl wlth tt.
M.my peraona were pas'Ing along Bayard-et at
the tinie. ar. 1 a crowd aoon collected, but no one
offered to Interfere wi-.h tha atruggllng men. be
llevlng tha Btruggle to be only one of the flghta
?rhlcln oecur ntghtly ln that di-trict. Polloaman
Oermerachauaer, of th" Bllaabeth-at statl >n. how?
ever, aaw the crowd, and found the Brooklynlta
hla a illant, A: the p II * atatlon tl a
er g.ve the name of Peter Rooney, ind iaid
he waa twenty-four yeara old and n prtntar, of
Ko 9 fhatham Bquare H- refuaed to tell who
lle was locked up.
TO PBOBBCUTE VERSAILLES VTSCBBBB.
OOVERNOR MOCNT COXBIDER- THB LYNCHINa A
BLOT ON KI- ADS-TKI-TRATION, ANP WlU.
TRY TO PUNISH THK OKFF.Nr.KK8.
i tianapolla J?. SO (Speclan.-Oovernor Mount
?.,.. A .-..-ml Ketcham have the namea of
ni'ty of the mob whlch lynched flve thlevee i.t
Veranlllea laat Beptember. The evldence collected
,, |ffl ......... ,.-.,. flfty men. and eonvletton
,,,,?;. i |.ured were 11 not for the provlalon whlch
forblda l ? r1 ite to take a change of irenue. The
. ? ?.'. raalllea and Rlpley Co inty hava ln
doraed tl ?? a ?rk of the mob and It would l ?* nexl
to impo ecure a |ury whlch m wld con
vtet th.- membera of the mob. Th-> Attorney-Oen
pr,_ ? ver, alter tha ? ma by going
,!i:.- and Inalattng that tt rlo
IU duty Detectlvea have been al work on the
.*???*?' , have kepl the matter qu et.
attempta to pun ah the
' Oovernor li inl re
tratlon
' ?? -
. . . timi
- ?
CALLED TO THE DOOR IXD 6B0T.
TRAOIC ENDINO nF AS ITNHAPPT MARRUOB W
-:i .RON BPRINO*. N T
Canajoharte. N. T., Jan. ? N rn n V*i ?man,
hoi and kllled his wlfe --day at
p ,, -. ? a tmtotsr,W,
Vrooman and ' - wlfe had nol
' sether. and had .-par.!... thr...
? time about two weeka ago Mra
,., , ,,,. ;. .' to go to h r oii bome, ln
;.'. ...._ ,t Mr. Belllnger-a houae
. . had trled many Umea to
her to return ro him.
Thi. mornlng he drove to the houae. ealled her to
M ,,, ?? ? . few mlnutea' converaatlon,
. t her twlce ln the breaal
J ,,... , ? .-...!. Vrooman a!,.. ahot at
".,, .,. jer. bui the I illel lodged In a panel of
n got ii ???? ,.i!v! -r^;-'?
i ?"" . ... . . if hla father,
tlon He had
\. ' : ? .uaandcan
-?
W,'A CAUBBT BY A WIXDOW8A8H.
THB VI.T1M ' V A I'iVi LIAK ACCTOBNT NBARLT
PROZEN 8NTJ LIKELY TO DIB.
N?w.?, -rv Maaa Jan ? Danlel J Huaaey la
,ta| here and wlll probably dle aa there
mornlng. He ?
. mg from a a*o >nd atory
. ,, avi-, hla feotdang
? ,- building .ml the aai
? ?..,k. Huaaey was nearly I
and ui -"" d0,m U'h"n r'"': ''
.... ,,.- ii he sa I be waa arlth b
,r n ,,?, look laal nlghl an I tbal
- ? ' ??
-it on in whlch he u ia
la twenty-one j-i ar* oio.
BOILER EXPLODBB OX 8RIPBOARD.
riVE MEN LVJt'BBD. TWO or THEM FXTAIJ.V. ON
THB BENJAMIN BEWALL AT BALTIMORB.
BaHlmore. Jnn. ? (Special). A terriflc eaploalon
? tha Bhlp BenJan-lnS,
Tt ii .ton. lyln. "? n coal pler at l,..'uat - ?'
Klv.. ?,.? va.ro injured and two of them wlll dla
They
BUSH Bamuel, b. udlng houae mna-ri -'-^.1 abtmt
k.v' .? r j**;
.un, ntwom aao-rd ahlp;
gcHuj _ -? -. -. SSrlhSS
v,?;;.; V. beardlng-hout- ruaaar; aya aad braaet
?on waa cau_ed by pumplng water Into
] ? . a-.-iit waaalmoal empty and wlth i ?
*> - . , .tralghtlnateadofbur-tl |
ind to thal la due thee.
..... itaa !- The roof
? over ll wa. lemollah. I. a. I tha
? (lew throua ? ?
. - and Ml ...... a
, , . wa
?
North 0< rman
. . "'!" ' 1" I
th. Benjan
? . ?
, _ hulti Out
? :, John
..... Captain
... .. i :?. .-n
tl ird
.. expl alon ..-..?
.,-. t watei ii. I he tl ?
-. m |n all ii;.- i ia and the i
v. -.
. ?-.a ij the :?? iae ?_>. ?... n :?>
|ured men before
? ? itful
Ti,,- Benlamln .lawall la owned bi Arthur Bewall,
i . r< : VI ?- PraaldeBt on
ge
-.-?? - ?
PLORIDA ANI' i'lli: SOPTH.
j,,... .: ? I to Kioriu I- yia
vti.r : ?' ?ai I I ' ?'???? I ? ??? s
\, a Vork and I ? , '""
.,i;i.. New Vuik oacee, M aad ?! Broadwajr.
?AJv_
TIIK NEWB OF TWO CAPITAL8
LONDON- COMMENTI OM MUEMMMf
MKINI.KV s BPEECH.
OSRMANT ani. thi: t'NlT.:i> fTATBB AS n*.*
l.iMi'.- OOWf-H-ClAL UUMPBTITOBB ? TttB
Sl'I.TW RIUi AT OOOfl WITH Tlir.
l*"Wi:i.s IN i'I'.HTK THH AMK'A
I'.I.i; ri.N1 l-.ST '>K THI I'.i'Mt
AND THB t-IOM OVEB
thi: CHtSBBtt i
? UTRRABT
N' irn
Tbt rAni.r v l.'" ?
I. ?? I n, Jan. 29. Pn :- ' '"rtM
ls eommended aa hlghly Batlafactori lf
th ? ? j ?? irnala whl h ai I ' ri AMBn
Ican affatra "Th- Bi _t il Ini i aa a
Btrong wanant for the bellef that he wlll aup?
port Becretary Oage and brlng the whole .?"?!
ence of fh" Admlnlatration to bear upon tha
Benate In favor of effectl reform ln th" cur?
rency, "Th- E ??.".' mlaf* leaa pracl >ualy remarta
that Inatead of talklng h ? ih mld be ap and
dolng and oarrylng leglalatlon through. "The
Btandard." which is alwaya friendly and falr m
Its treatmeni of An ,? aa, l? lm
preai d atik.- by the paaaagea reape tlng cur
reney reform, Natl nal h n ?r and mereaatHa
expanston. ft regarda ?; aalon aa the text ef
the hour ln th'* Unlted Btatea, and predl ta that
lf the Ami v can p ' f v fh- Prealdent*!
advlce thev wiii become nncrmmonly f"rml
rivala to l la th>* R_arket_ af the
world.
Thls ls Ind.I a conclueton which mlKht have
he.-n confln ed hy ( l la h I tl la wukh*
the Forelgn ?>fl!< ? a thi eaa of
Oermany durlng the last twenty yean <;r...t
pollclea of currency reform, protectlon and
reclproclty hav- been operatlng there aueeeaa
fully, and ha\.- been bui ' : by n.er
.antile snergy an-l the development of shlpptng
Intereats. Protectlonlat Oermany haa learnei
that the way to compete Ib to . Praal
dent McKlnley*! ipi ch ?*?.'?'. lend onn ita i 'y
to streiiKth.-n Amerlcan credll abroad Tha ef?
fect was f"it at onea ln the Ht".k Exchangat
where lt Imparted Inerea l ? to all
Amerlcan aecurltlea The paaaagi of thi TeHer
reaolutlon slightl] ?'?'? hut
th- great Btrength of tbe New-Y rk markel un?
der the lafluence of VanderblH attotl
and the ebeapneaa f money i auscs all Amerteaa
Btocka to Btlffen here. The a ef the
money markel In London offere a atrlklng eoa
traat to thal prevailing In New-Tork. Baaa haa
glven place to tlghtnesa, wlth the pn i| ? tt ihat
fur two montha money aill remaln :irm. and
thal frequenl borrowlng from the Bank arlU be
necesaa ry.
Cncertalnty over the Chlneae loan and indlan
flnance cauoea dlaturbance and bewUdermeni.
The courae of dlplomacy - ?' l. rn rti-.* smoothly
when Minlatera are ,? the flral draught
of the Queen's bj.ch. Lord Ballabury la eagaf
to Inforra Parllaraent thal a goi nor of Creta
h.-,s been i : l :. and that the I Oovena
m.-nt has arranged aatlsfactory terma for the
Chlneee loan; bul each gun ha flre. The <-an
dldature of Prlnce Oeorge wan pi ? :? ? 1
ln Copenhageri, where ih>- family c um lla of the
c.urt are ruled by clever women The Queen of
Denmetk haa a keen mlnd and atrongty ln
fluencea her daughtera, the Dowager ESmpreaa of
Ruaala and the Prln. m of Walea. I; waaPrtnoa
.;.? ,,.??_. '? aa II -n the
Fai Eaat and he could ask a favor wlth a _ o4
gtace. His letter to the Emperor la belleved la
diplomatlc clrcles to h ta been ?' I from
Copenhagen, whera the Queen has been anxioua
t,, reatore tha preatlge f t1..* roj U houaa <?f
.,,.? ?. it enllated the aervicea "f tha Emperor,
and Prlnc G '':-' ,:; - "'? oaadl
date f"i the govern f Creti Prance and
England warmlj aupported it. bul the Bultaa
obatlnatel) ref ww i to consid. r It H - reluctanoB
i; natural, alnce Oreece would obtain hy thla
appolntmenl control overCrete, arhen the rteto
ri"us Turka are itill m Theasaly. Auatrla and
.;. rmany are hai i ick. I ul Ruaala eaa ? n
force her wlll If Nleholaa be really In earneat.
The Turklah war Indemnlty has never i">-n pald.
and Russla bj deraandlng a ttlemenl arlth ln
u-reat can exert gn ti preaaure upon Conataatt
r. i le
Negotlatlona over tl Chlneae loaa are en
veloped i'i myatery. England and Ruaala are
,., ,. rt| , .1 ? ? iri ln a dlplOI lll. duel
, , ,.r , -: 0f lending Chlna money on
easj terma. Thi I ia auppoeed at the oot
.... ,,, he thi ? ? corn >r -d. like the Ingenloua ona
- ? l by Mr. Mldahipman Eaa) Q raaaajr
having a part in It This did not oomport \\\th
the Berlou., not to say rellgloua character of
the Oerman crusade In Chlna. if la a genulaa
,.,, i. bul apparently an amlcahle one, llnea
i and England ar* almultaneously support
Ing each other In Conatantlnople. wlth the cordlal
approval of Prance Probabl England will
nodify her propoaaia at ; ? ob
jectlonable to Russla and flnally advance the
? ? through tl'- ? Londo__
bai k. rs take llttle Inti n -< ln thi i ? flnanclal na?
tlons v a full Engliah guai tnt? ?? Thera
la too small a margln of profli for them; they
would make more oul of a Japanese loaa, of
whleh there have be*n vague rumora tn th*
str.-'-t. Theae are evldently premature, s.nee
Japan wlll nol Issue a freah loan when ther.. la
a c,.|| proapecl of reeelving ? large payment
of ind. mnity from Chlna.
Tii.* Chancellor of Lha Excbequer la bow In
Downlng-at, every lay, and tbe .:h. r Mlnteam
ar>- ln th? :r London n bI li ncee, i ?bli -1 mt etlngs
belng frequent The luba ar- already fllling
up wlth Membera of Parllament Bh WUltaaB
ita- .urt wiii return neal w< >k to Rlchn nfl
Terrace, where he wlll again have i.ord
Onslow'a houae His foiiowera -ire anxioua to
waata all th.-ir an i n at once by propoa>
\t:g amendmenta on tbe Indlan frontler war,
Chlna, Crete, tbe Boudan and every other
? ?? ? i|uestlon, hut iv- la too wary a < ta
mander to a lopt theae tactlca. Ha bellevaa ln
il;, flre 'hr t tl .n.
G ivernment'a m Bl vulnerable polnl la the
frontler i impaign, which has b. i idl) maa-'
aged. t'Ut proba n th i qu wtloa aill
he deferred untll Blr Wllllam Lockhart'a re?
turn to London.
aii forecaata agree th.it the ae aalon wlll
I?. ,t pi ,"t ?? l . \s Ith Iiish. 1"< al K"V
ernment and army bllla well to the fp.nt.
The London blll arlll ?"? k pt ba* k ui.h:
Whltauntlde ? held over untll an
,.th. r Besslon. I_ord Kallsbury wlll recelve next
week a delegal ?n from nlneteen reetriea abki
daalre incorporatlon aa niarteea oltlei Hts re
ply wlll probablj t><- cautloua, f i ala prartoM
?peerh haa been taken up by the Piugiaaafva
partj as a dlrect rhallenge, and tht* Mareh ? <? ~
tlona wlll be f"ii?ht oa tba laava raiaed by him.
Th.- Progreaslvea h.\>* opened thelr caaapalf_
ttns week wlth greal enthuslaam i" a ma??
meetlngal Bl JameaTa HaU Thelr aaala piea. la
that uuity of g .v.-riiint-iit ia aaaanllal lf London
ih ever t-1 baaa theae enllgktened munlclpal
pollclea bj arhleh "ther F.ngllsh towns have
beneflted. Tory Uverpool aad Mr Chaathaa**
laln's Blmlngtaaai balag inoiuded. Lord Tweed
tnouth was greeted wtth lead applaaaa when he
declaired that the ground landlord who sits aUM

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