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VOL. IX VI. -NO. 174. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, ISO 0.-COPYRIGHT. 1890. BV THE SUN PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ASSOCmm. FRIGID TVOCENTS. ", 0TK FOR COLONEL A TIE, rn r riir sisrti iiv.uimf.nt euivtiox If II 1. III'. VKMOHAJU.K. ,1 iiplnln nml n Lieutenant Plm oil Under (.itr-' nnil Protests Lodged Against 1I,i lr olr 1. (.loeiir. -ervetl with n Will I hauler May Ho Aakcil tii tlolp. ThBniot evelling election for Colonel In tliu lildorr 'l tl" Vitioiial Guard xvns Hint held 'ad iiibIi' I" ll"' Mi'"' Regiment, In which Col (loulmiiii tunics Oreono nnd I. lout. -Col ltnnd were III'1 rival candidates 1lio election lesultod In n tlf Among tho addon t ' f the contest woio tlio placing of a iniituii .ii 'I il Lieutenant uniloi military finest f i 'inking statements in tho nrnri,r. ai.il Hip molesting of tholr vn'os. ami 'ho -ervloo on Col Greene liy the r l re-oiitntlvo of a firm of laweis ,'iin(. ' i suit to leeoxor money nllcged , , III' ' I iCllt 1. riutltlKHIl of till! socotii Ui'iiv '"' ' lo'in. Then) wns a nine i i unit t In iirmoiy after the olee l,ii 'n-i mull thai so oiigiu won litut-l.il li mil t supportnis to hunt Cnl firouo Hint llicv might withdraw Hand anil lilt in Capt William Astor (hauler for tho (olnnelcj In lil1 ill."'1 Dithers of tin" teginiout nrtlved at tin nr nor oir in (In evening anil ontuioil upon snineils-r ' s mv isMUg for tholr tespeetlve laniililntr ut s S O'Connor. who his boon I'm Inef mii i nrtii of Col. Gieeno in l)i, onto-' " i1 among tlio curllot ai ilvjl A few minutes lieforo 8 o'clock liKuniMitai V Ijiitnnt (ii'oiKo ,r It.uiJy Miluil "I' "o ('apt. O Connor anil. -alutiiiB. handed lilm official doc ument, whi'h nniiuunei.il that ho una r lifT I from command .mil placed umlor mihtarx xrest I In aptaln HalutiU In letlirn Ho made no "minionl, but III face expressed u-ri-at surprise The cluiges iigimst Capt O Connor ate lrolf rrcd l djt Hanly. and allege "conduct irabecnnilnc an oilb er ami .1 gentleman ' Thoy-nre bn-o 1 mi the statements alleg es imltl.tediio-s on the part of Adjutant Hard) .ii 'I other nflici r-. as quoted In Tut Six 011 V.ml.iy itithoiity for tlio charges It found m pirnirrai h MI of tin Mllltarj llegu 'itloi , vvliuh 11 at follows Delllcritiuiis 01 discussions among null tarjratii tonvcrlng consult' toward others 111 ihf milit ir -or, ii' .mil all publications of a rerto'ial nan i" n I it 'lis; tooHlcl.il tinntaotlons retnton militar) men .in ir l.ibituil ' rhi- i" the iuraixrph inulur which the rharci". Ji-'aimt t apts llleeekui mill Aluoksnf the beiint-llrt ISeuluient wmo preferred ami on nlneli those oflleors .ro tried In lourt-mirtui in. found KUlltj Immoiliateh .ifii 1 the airest fif Capt OConnii 1 illelai papers woio nered on I leutenai.t Horace Moritee.il Otall of tour' 1" ot' 'lnrcei pifiir:eil bv (at IVkhanlt nf tli sirao enituiaii) These eiari:-. ir 11 uinlerslood. aio of 'conduct rrf lidicul to uor.il ordei and milltniy dlseip lni.'anil alleu th it 1 icui OruiT tofijied tu drill umlor ( apt 1'iekli.udt The -enlnc .if the cluiKee caused 11 Kreat t.fal uf iMiteinent In the armoi), but theie ims iioiil- idir x uutbumt !ijidu timo nftet th Chiracs wero preferred, boueir. I'rl . atn tbile I Ame- of Coniaii C. who I as vr nl m m 11 jears in the reulment espied 1 ait Frederick J (,Hiiiib. foi whom ho had tcrnimtint,- In thu h.i'l, and in a loud toil" .lemiodcl flu the C.ipta''i ( t bU foal stati mi'i.r papers riijht. that tin miclit eel Ins ilist liaru'e The Caiituin replied that ho could do nothlnK. and that Mnjot ( K Coolldce of the reKiilbr army wa-. the man to apph to He addod thnt Ame hs ,1 Joserttr Anns bigan to 8 ly that hu would make it a person il matter and he was immed attly put out of thu armory Ttio rollv were di dared open at H'.'tO o'clock, ll-ut-Col C J elter ot tin Twelfth IiKlmcnt presidim; nud T.ieut Alackln of 'ho Mntli ll'Klment nctlnc as seeietnn. Major laphu 1st the first vote. Alter him am. M.ijui Lorwan and Capt Mori is Then tart (itonnor stepped up tocast Ills ballot Immediitely 1 ieut l.eonhardl of Compan) II tfPPd fcrward and prote-tcd on the jrround hat an ollker under arrst was dlsnualltled rom otuic Col biiter declared tin protest llW. thereupon tl Connor, with a broad -ink, oast his ballot Ml thu officers bad nivd, l.irjun.l the table dtirinc tlio protest. iu a .con as tho point wa:. sottled theyro t'nk then seats The 11 f i protest eame from n Greene sup plier J.i in Uatkins of Coinpan Ii was about ooat his billni when I.lcut (JralT protested t" r'clu P. uu 1 n tint ground that he ial not properly oiudllleil as an officer Col JfTisliPili apt Tompkins, also of Company Hit unikins had b en properly elected, and MJ 1 p I kins icpil,.,! that ho liad been neriti-soinetliiui; that will settle the fiue tiinletuiil il. ul.t said Watkln-. pulllnc out aiici I'll tseitni examined the document, which ".is simioil b liriii-Gen llutl. mil st.it. il tint Watklns was entitled m rle ',l1101 '" ,ll('' Mxorn in by the presidim; 't'H'ir II, wa-. noiiiln and cast Ills ballot. iriltho l ,,,, 1 n uninuln otH i ,,U10 tliis was (,'oitm on tapis Walton. I "I011110-. Morn -iri'l Marks happenod to meet 1 inactoiiii. and tapt Walton, addresslnc ( apt i I'lnMier, sniil . ."''. I" oii niPBii, fill, by falsely enuslne It "iuljliil that 1 was ,1 delliuiuent ro tho il:I'l'il fi.ml , I li.ix. nut publislKd anylhlnc falselj," 10 .. M nan 1 'there Is 1 1)111 iL'iiiust ou inil 1011 Inovv It. rhor is no such bill as 5011 claim, and 1 am Ji .' con 1, ti be 1 unco, d Into pn ini; whtskei in- run up 1 v (nwn, d, .ji,oi officers, pei 'ais irlu 1 ,(; j mrsi II. ' ntoited Walton. 1 1.111 1 ri f. . .-Inui:, s aunin-.! ou .01 s K01 tupped Mcriirotisv i"or orilm l "'nit ill 1 o -e and loud talk to- cease it pine ir I vill ..rni thu room." he -iiU.jh.,1 a'l was ijuii t Idle the ballots were "li'P'nJiiltil thenflleers eould lino lieiml a ln'r.n.l'-'i; hit 0110 awaited tho result with tt'itlil.'i-slntir -.1 Ih uti. was a tie. l.ieui -Col Thomas II l.and and l rim r t ol Goodman J Greene . .1 ,r'',"Ul,K H ballots lioth Hides Hcemed estlsleil with the lesult. and each oxpeetH L '',"V'1, t"l,i" 'otes at tho next election I ?,'"' foi goiter slid would bn held nett 1 ion iaynlBln Ily thattliiioit Is nlso expected I .,,.''')", ''"KL'ertv. a Greeno Hiippoiter, and ,7''' .'''rath. a Hand man, both rmently ix 'it1 "iH be entitled to xotu riTirl ! xoiinu was In procrens In thu 11... 1, ' "i"1 ess unrxura xxero senreh ln8 i I ij-i.tlj for Col Greene They ih, . ,"ir""i'i 'be balls anil Into " xtirlou- roi ms and visited restniiiants '"'ixi linn where Col Greene, tbeyweio '"t wis luiuinw to reeclxo thu remiltof tho II 1 unlli they found the Colonel 11 in-irli l,.,tol and Mined Ufo llru ii V , , 1 miii luouKht by I.leut ' U 'mil. 111 r tlm Heeoiid Ualtory to to i.rf ''.v llU'' ' 'anauan says he lent to Col i,n. , ' .'."V1 lw'.W. thi Hatter kMiik him u '"if lial. limn iiinnthH Intel, that Is, In frm'l 0 'K, ' '" M,lt " blOIIKht (lltoilcll tile ,,' "rl"" "' M.Goldrlck . " m . kn I utt ,,f the I'lrst Jlrlciitli. iilin'";.1 ''''', "U-'IH. ""Id that Col belter's U f '"; "nh. is umlei airest innjbt ,'.-' ' '" xi'le, wuh eoirect In ,Jf ' ', Hu troubles In tint tcirl- ' "'I I'd (,. n Hmt, "I hui.) made. 11 , ('"' 1 i.. x Itounovcli that a eoilit inrV , nllllteil to InifistlRiitii tile 1, it',"' '"1 uniei 1 hrintes mailo In the .,, 'J" ' if ' "cessiiiy will ko poiMinnlly be- I'ltii' ' 11 "' ' ' ' cxI'l'il" tliujiei ions con- ',(' Uxiiii.i f, ,r,on iiunnril, Demi ni Allxe. hiii p, ,,,. N i-,.j, '! -Tho Hoard of , '"'V'"- ' '"tchnstei eountl ollerod a .. ' ' ' ' nlfhi fin tho uric.-l. dead or '' " II 11 r,, 1 ll.in ml, the ucL'ro wlmsbot iff i''.i',!', .' L" nmni .lohti LedwitliotTiir. 7 1 ih 1 ""ni-'iii iukIii i WiImI " " 'v1 II killed l.lltil WHS lllltl Inil, i" " " "' luttiiiK bis companion. ll JO. n' '",, ' ' "' 'I'll" '"'I'1" l''"l''K ii'iiiT, """' ' ' 'mltli Ki'iMt. hittl111.-l.01l- ll"" " 'i .1-1 ashe euieiiredfiomthedoor a, 1 1,.' ,' I'li'lniuhl to-niuht aio all at hc.i "U,v 1 hill lie ti III lo follow 'lti 111 lliiKiilne l.illtnM I'linsrii. Kl "' I 1. .'0 ' he annual elmtlon 1 11, ' ' I I 1 1, .if the ,i. lit null B 1 " '' in iiikIi Thi'io WIMiery ,,. , h - In ket. which was i f . . .t " rinan. t M .lolinnon. ivm 'I xi 11 'T s d tamp, Cnnnnn, Conn, it 'i n 1 "1.' ,'"i'iis XlanaKen Ileclierd, U !! 1 , u Ianiuy..ett Vorlclty.Uulbert H una 1 'HteBn,b . -t tw- &- vavtais'Ii 11 irv. iii:i ia jus aii.vi. liitoiieSlil(nrlllcif HieCrrXT.if tboXViecke.l Stlionner Jnmes i:, lluylri. Nmuot.K. Vn. l'ob 20 -Tlio erexv of I ho sehooner James l llayles, proxinusly tcporlcd iibaiulonod nt soa. arrlxed here this tnornlnir on the sclioonor Mount Hope, xx liloh lescued them alter they had undeiBono liitetisosiiiTei ItiKs and nflor tlm death from epoute oi tho wlfoofCnpt I',. II Darllni;. Tlio llnylet snlled from Vora Cruz. Mexico, foi Now York on .Inn. -'Ixrltlin carco of cedar and miilioan Hho xu a doiiblo-dockcd Ihrco-mastod schooner of fli'J tons not iokIoioi On Snturdav. l'ob 11. when ofl the Dvlaxvate Capes and sonic ninety tulles out nt hen. the storm struck her On Mondiv the schoonei spiuiiR a lak, and on Tucbdny hei pumjis broke down and pho filled fast Ily nlchtfjll she xrns nxxash, thu xxnxcs swept 0x01 hoi.nnd the croxx-, who xxelo lashed to the mil, miITcumI Intensely fioni the lold. Mis DatlliiL'. the Captain's xvlfe, a resident of Uuntlnelou. 1. I . w bo bad been for bom s held lis her husband In his turns, succumbed to the cold and died dur Inc the nlchl Kor bonis nftoiwnnl ( apt l)ar llliw held bet body do that tho waxes should not. hneep It nwa The boats and tnlTi ail xx en carried nwny on 1 uesilax, and In ordei to llnhten the i ssel the masts xx en cut axxny l'or tliieodatheeiew, xxithout food or lvater. remained lashed to thu rail, the xxnxes washliiKoxui them nlmost eon tliiuously Tlneo hteamers passed and one stopped xvhMi some llxo miles bwio. but prob ably concluded that the xvieek had been nb.in lulled by the erexx- and so pnsseil on Thoso abo.udtho llajlos had neither fire 1101 flair with xx Inch to hIkiirI her hhe was n blc iiissnnirei Unci, bound probably for Noxv iork On 'Ihuisday. about noon, when thu new bad about ulxen up hope, tho schoonei xlonnt Hope. Cant McLean, bound fiom New 101k for Norfolk, came alnni; mid took them off in n boat manned by .Mate Gould and txxomenof the Mount Hope -.erew Tholes cued men xxero bioUKht to Norfolk tills moin I11B, and xxlll bo sent to Now York on the Old Dominion liner Jamestown to-nltzlit The lost excrythini: xxltb tho exception of the e'othes the stood ill Theonl) nnusorlonsl Iniuieil Is the steward, 1'ied K Ilaleom of 70 Mill street. Hrooklxn Ills feet mo froen The others are Chnilo Sodennan. the mate, of 1(11 Columbli stteet. llrooklyn; John Cbnrles NnlRron. Oscnt udericn. and HansHulxei sen of New ork, and Prank Conkllu and Cant Darling of HuntliiL'toii. I, I. The boilv ot Mis Diirlliiu xmis bulled at sea lOM07IA Of ADMIIHT. .'). C'llHlrinnn Itolltrllr lueU.'tllic lite Senate illll Creatine the (iiuile or Admiral. WAKinsnTOV, I'eb '20 -Hepiesentatixe Rou telle of Maine, Chalrnian ot the Comiuitteo on Naxlil Affairs, it beluc sexerely crilicNed by tho friends and admiiois of Admitai Dewev lot bis action in pockctlm; the heuato bill creatine the crado of Adnilial Mr. lloutelle desires to have fuovlslon made nisi for tho crude of Vice-Admiral for the benefit of Adnilial Sampson, but It Is deemed iiooles to attempt to confer the honor upon him nt tho pieseut time. If foi no other reason than it would mean the discussion in .1 new form of the unfortunato Hamp-on-lscbli , enn troxersx Dexx-oy's case is unliiue, mid bis frlem's s.-i no reison wliy the question of eonfeirim; n dc herxed honor upon him should be nixolxed In .1 dispute us to tho professional merit ot othei ofllcers of tlm naxy It is pointed nut that Congress has a-. e' uranteil no special distinction to Dewey to: his Cleat deed lit Ma nila Haj t Ho was made a Item 1l111l1a1. it it tiuii Inimediatel) aftei his famous xlctory. but bo w-ould h.no won tliat 1.111k last December In the ordin.irx- eour-e of 11ax.1l promotion Moreoxei. it is a fact that Dcwex xxlll be letiied ne Deeembei nt hi-. Present lank if tills t'onuiess does not uuthoi ie his pron.otion to tin liishei cnide. Tliere is a General sentiment In Consrres In fax-ot of rexTardlut: this undisputed naxal bein of the Spanish war. and It Is Imped thai Chairman Houtelle's opposition will be ox-ei-lome. aniltlio Senate bill creatine tlio cradc of dnilnil lUKsed by the House In time foi the President tc .nminate Geurue D.we for tlio ptaco and the Senate conllrin the nomination before the closo of the present Coneres" MCAitniVAY itunr.i.i.iov or nt. AllieileilliB lit Ullll-lll-liU (.nln the Xillnnl lndepeiidelil e of tile I'ioxIiicm. N'kw Ota.EAb. I'eb 'M Information fiom McnraKU.1 is to the effect that the rebellioi. is practically oxer, and that Its leadet. Gen ltoyes, lint obtained all the 1 oncestiont he de manded from President olavii Hx-1 lie acrce ment mailo between them Gen llejes will eontlnuo to act as Goxornoi of the Atlntitiu Coast Department ot elaxa 'I ho inereastd tariff to which ho objected, and xxhicb xx-as raally thoeausooftheuprlslnc. has boon xxlth drawn and tlio duties will remain at tho old figure Tho arrangement xirtuallx (oncedes the 111 dopondenceof the const department of elawi, which was formerly known as tlio Mosmilto Iteserxatioii, nud wus ruled bv u tubal chief, wlio was completely in die power of Unglainl Tho N'leaingiian Goxerninent some foxyxears ago duposed Clarence. Prince of the Mos iiuitos. and aiimted Ids terrltorx ( hr eneH has since been llxinc In Inmiile.i. rccclxliig a pension from Knglnnd and honing for his restoration. Tlm Inhabitants of tlio country and the Americans there, who control the business of tho depaitment, havo hexm been satlsllud with the change, and Inn 11 encouraged Gun ltees to throw oil tlm lontrnl of Nicaragua and establish xvh.it is piaitieally an independent Goxerniuent. although nomi nally under tho (.oxerelgnty of Nicaragua 'I he, inoxemont for the Independence, of tlm 00 1st province was engineered mainly by tho Aineri i.insat Illiietlelds The settlement is a compromise. J'resldent el.nn suirendeis the cnntinl of the coast to (.en. Itoxes, and the lattor agree-not to load the disaffected conserxatlxes or Managua mid Grenada, xvho xxeio unxious to get 1 Idol o iaxa altogethci roi.uxrrr.n'i 10 na mustkhkh orr. All Die Orcanlallons in Till. Cnunlry mid Thren In Culm to He DUrlinrgml. Wahhim-iton, Oob J0-()rderH xxeio issued by tho War Department to-day for tlio muster out of oxmy xolunteer organisation noxv in tlm I'nltcd Ktutes Tho order Includes also tho discharge of throe xolunteer organisations noxv in Cuba Tho volmitcor ifclmonts now It, the United States, oloxen In number, xvlll be mustered out at tholi present camps. Augusta, Gn.andGreenxille. H C 'I heso regiments are thoTblid Mnb.iiun, Thlid ConiiiHtlciit, I'iftli JlassncliUsotts.Tliirty-iltthfdleblgaii.l'lltoonth Minnesota, fourth Nexv York. '.'Ulst NewprU. L'O.'ld Nexv ork.TnnthOhlo, I list Hhode Island and Hecnnd West lrglni.i .The oigaiilat oiih iioxt in Cuba to be mustered out nrp tho J bird I.! oigla. Hatterles . II. C iind D, Maine Artl -lery.and tho '.'02(1 New Jork Volunteers Their muster out will tako plm o at b.ixannah, On, AVhen thi'Mi fourteen organizations baxe been dUcharged from the Jedorul sorxlce the I'nlled Htutes Army, regulni and xolunteer. will consist of about 110 1)1)0 men olunteers will be ou duty in Cuba and the 1 iillippln. s only All the xnliintrer organiall'iii xxi'iu wltlidiaxvn lecently fiom J'oilo Itlco. leax ng t horn . 'I.i .t) 1 gulai troops. In ( ubi then; mo about .'(('.(MM) xnluntenrs. exeluslxe ot tho Ihn o oigaiiintlons lo be iiuihteied out at baxunuab. .1 11I in tlm Philippines about K..0 Onlj 0110 New Vork regiuion t. the ' ixeltth. now at Malanyas. Cuba, will bu eft In the I lilted states Hei x Ice xvlieu tho ordurs of tu-day liavo been com liliud with. .,i). : 11 mt 10 m'Y loon. .leiiiile Abrnlmm's Kffiirt In support Hei helf mid llei t bllilnn. Pjiiiaukm'HIa. l'ob 20 -Jennie Abniliuns, who has two littlo girls, onolt 1 eam old and tlio othei uu Infant, sought rellof at a police stutlou to-day and said sho was starving Her halt "on' innuVry it was found that Mie had clipped oil I er long tiestes und nod them fnr$l to uy I id Hhi has 11 liiiHbuid out oJ work Hot 1 was found, lo bo true lolief was promptly Klxen to bet and hot family hriretnry IlltilnmU hwoiii III. Wahiiimihin. I'l'li 20 -r.lhan Allen Hltcli eock the nexvly appointed Secretuiy of llm Interloi. xvns sworn In this morning Ho called on tho President at 10 UO A SI to pay bit jespc te ami to nrrnugo for cntoiiuii iil'on s duties in the Inter or Departim 11 rdiortly a tor Mr. Hitchcock's visit Hecrotary blisswcnt to the Wliltu ilous. 'i " ' 1 1 11 iiiii MiinMnnMMMMn FOES OF THE POLICE BILLS. "tlT.ACK" SKXATOTtS AUK .VOIT 7fC wo vxnr.n sckitisy. An OK ei to Tiill Out Hess nnil Alx-ll-ltuli. tilth About a llreuk llrlxxern the lint el nnrniiil tliel.eailrrn of IlieOrcniitrntlnn I'lntt's Ad Tier to I'nlltlc-il Itrportert. Of tlio publlsbed florles of n break between Gov Iloosexelt ou out) sido nnd Senator Piatt and State. Chalrmnu Odell 011 the other oxer the Police bills Senatoi Piatt said betoio hu left foi asbluglon x'eMcrdnx " I luxe to smile some times nt theso stoiios of uiiairels betxveun Gox Hoosevelt and myself nnd Mi Odell. 01 tho lonsou that they me to uld-fiiohlonml If I xveie a political wnloi foi a newspapei 1 would forsnkn that old style of political jom uiillsin and try and get nt the facts Iloxveau mix man with nit ounce of common sense iiiuiielxxlth Gox Itoosfxi'lt '- He IsthotouKbh upright and honorable, In all his methods. Political, social and business: he Isn't u pollt li'il bunco stcei er HodllTers manfully and in stralitlitfoixvniil fashion nnd tells jou so; Hun we. all get to xxotk and tn and find out xxhat is for the best Interests of thu Republican paity of Hu state of Now .ork ' Chairman Odell left for Washington 011 the midnight tudii last night llo said be foi" going "Gox l!oosex-elt It In thoiough accnid with the Republican puty of the Stale of NJ'iv Vork Hu Is in thoiough aeeoid xvltli the llepubllcaii oignnl.ition and Is In tbnrougli accord with men In the put) who bnxo not nlwnxs been in sympathy with thu organisation llo is a tiunii and .1 l.i.ck He Is Dung to do what is light, not mill foi the ltcpiibll.'.in pail, but foi tho people of the State of New oik 'llm postlfeioiis reports that ban been ehenlateil xxlthfu tluilist fewdnjsaie not woitbi of no tice J he facts of 11,,. confluence between Gox Iloosexelt and Heuntoi Plitt nnd Mr Odell on hatiiidti) xvom printed In Tilt. Stis on Sunday . that is, tbnt there was a little iIIscusmoii 11s to the udvisablllti of ictaliiiiig the clause ill the polii o bills xx III' Ii glxes the Goxeinoi the absolute poxver of tonioxul oxe- dm Police Commissioners. 01 amending the eluusr so that It should lead that the Goxeinoi shuiiM baxo tint poxxei id suspension llrst ami re moxal nfteixxaid '1 I1.1t was all the news tin le xxns in Saturdax s confeieiicc Gox Iloosexelt deputeil foi llostou and shortl) aftoi he left New Vork ilt .1 xoiy prominent Itopubliiau tinned up at the I'iflli Axenuo Hotel Titr Sin is not nt Illicit; to print his name He submitted a prop o-iitlon to Mr Odl. Ilrt xvho brought it to tho attention ol henntoi Platl This piopos -tioi was that if the ieicintion of Pi lie Coniiulssionets Hess and Abell could be si cured and the gentleman who suggeslidthc pioposltlon said he behexed be eould seeme thoe resignations the nolleu bill at Albany should die. 1 natuial death The f.roi ositlou wu-iijecled and It was stated that Gox Iloou xelt would nexei lontentto such anairangc men Democratic state Sunatois who lime bi en Kiioxxu as socially inllm.it. with ceitnln IlcDubbcan State Senators said xestei das l.efoi.i leaxing foi lb.in that they had beconi" nlmos. convinced that no political legislation Introduced by tho lte publlcuns could get thiough ibis xxlntei 'Jhk Si's slid jesteidny moriiii'R that while Malbx aid Coggeshal! hid bad flngeis pointed at them. It wa" about time foi folks to get th. ii esison Klsberg and 1'ou' of Xew j ork city and Vmbler of Chatham It xxns bioadly stated that the tluee per-iouti Iiieiid- of et-Gox 1'iauk S lilacl: Pan of ( hatham and I auterbacti and Grubei ot New Vork cltv liad taken a hand ir. the political l'iiiiiu ill lbani and tint the schemo was to thwait if 1 osslble all politi cal legislation xxhiib Gox Iloosevell Hen ator Piatt and Chairman Odell ot the Ito publiiau State Committee seemed to desiie l'or instance. Ambler was spoken of as " Paxil's Senatoi." 1 ord was referrid to as "Grubers Senator " while l'lsbcig was considered to He "1 iiiterbach't Senator This famous tilo, I'avii. L.iuterlnch and Grubor made the dospeiato fight to bring about Ml IJIack'sio nomlnation for Goxeinoi Alans a scar xxns lelt aftei Mr Hlnck's defeat at Saratoga and thu positive nsseitlons xyoio made )estei dax bv people couxeistut with the tit uitioti that notwithstanding eortaln public utterances on the pait ot Mi Dlack's tluee great 1 liieftulns, the haid feeling has not passed uxxai The lo-c poison. il relations of Messis Payi. I.aiitcib.icli and Grubei xrllh certain Tani ni'iny cblettalns and theli fondness foi Police ComiuUsloncis Hess and Aboil baxe been ,1 mnttei ot uiilxeis.il commeiit since Mnxor Van Vck tinned out Hnnillton mid Philips last summei Then again. Mr. Pan. Mr l.aut(ib.ich und Mr Giuboi liaxonot boon in smpathy xxlth tho police bills which are noxx umlei diftcusslon nt Albany Yet Mt Payn. Xli I.nuterbnch and Mi Giubei say nxoiy hour In Iho day thnt Ibex .110 Willi the Republican organlatlon. Mate and count) , und, furllierinoie, that thqy xxlll man'h behind the Hon Thoodoro Iloosexelt Well. nobod at the moment desiies ti. dis luite their statements, only it xxns suggested estorday that possibly within the next tivo or tlueo weeks tho real source of tlio opposition lo thu police bills, and other measures' at lbauy xxlll be developed I'Aitnoir.icn A rKi.hoir kai 11:11. Negro nt Hie (.omul Hotel I'mired Hut 'Water on Anollirr anil He Wilt lllr. Charles Wheoloi. coloied, xvns nri.ilgnod in the West 1'ifty-fourth Stteet Police Cmut yes terday on tho chaige of assaiilllng William II Thornton, also coloied, bj pouring boiling xviler on him lloth nun warn oinployod as wallets In the Geiard Hotel, 12 I West I'oitx fourth btreet Thej iiinirillcd In Iho hotel kitchen on I'eb ID ubout who should bosorxed llrst xxltb a pot of lea, and. accoiding to lliu complaint. Wheeloi look u kettle of boiling watei fiom tlio inngit, ponied the conteiils o r tin ut hei waiter's head, and inn hei'lei's address was not known at the hotel, mid die Police could got no information "s t" his wheru ibouts 'Iho other wallers hi the hotel and one of the (miter howi vrr. doxotnd theli hours olT to do ing di ti clixe xxork mi tlu'li mxn account Txxo wi-iKs ufti r tie assault they leainid that Win el. r was hiding In a In. use ut tin West l'lltx-fouilh street, and that filends weie tak 1 o-' Ins meals lo him '1 hit was icpoiieil at I In West lorii-sexinlh slroel polbo sinllon, -11111 Di teclixe llnle tiiaile the .11 est Wbcelei was In Id foi e uulnittlon yi .tenln on the eh 11 ge of simple iih-.u'Ii linineiliati lx uflimaidoiio of tho hotel looks lushed on r to the police station and lufoimeil Dulcctlxe Dale liinl Tlioillton had died in thet'ltj Ilos. Ii it it 1 Horn his Injuries ami asked Hi 11 tun ihar.-i be changed to munlur D tie called up the hospital mi the tclcplmuo to ask about this, mid xvus informed that the scalded iniin, 11I thoughbtillalixe. was filali) injiited I, II. M. HliMo.x llus the " North Aniril inn Heitew, Geoige II M Hnnex has lioiight the (,ii .tiiKin-iiii .Vi'Icm' from Gen I loxd K llixco. The pncu Is rtpoitid to II ixe been S2.Ti.tiL)'l "di Harxe look iioshcssioii of the piopcil) lesierdu). and will assume editorial il 1 1 .! I. m id the iiiiig.ulni xxlib the Mil) iiumbei Mr llnrxe) said xesterilay that be did not lonteui i.lii an) radical cluing, s 111 the poli)oi the maguliie llo would, nl ' uune liupiuxc it In oxei) ,xuy in Ids powei One Good l inn all that I. npiflid, will) th siratilinf a mat. h , tngixo .. 11 n "Unlly on tlm u.i 1 11"., rUu minimum uf heat nt n ndulluum uf cutt, -.liii. J nnrcKun in a uiikai sn. The SIpiiiiipi Cimllnn! Lost In 1 1'ir Sim 111, mid Ilrr t'rexv llriiiislit to llnltluiore. llAJTtxiolii'. I'eb 20 Willi txilily-two mem bers ot thu eioxv ot Iho sloatnnr Cardinal on ho-iiil, the sto'ituei Lord Clinrleninnt enmo Into poit thlsiiioinlng. Tlio Cardinal letl Norfolk fot Antxxet pou I'eb It nnd 1.111 Inton succes sion ot gales ( On 1 ob I.lnn linniciisi sea sxvepl the x es se!. ' Mild Capt Kemp of tho Cardinal "It was 0110 of tho most tremendous 1 havoovei seen. The hutches xveto loosoncd. tho life boats btoken and carried nxxay and thebul xxniks smashed Nothing moxablo xxas loft 011 deck, and ox on the mainmast xxascairlcdoxei boaul Tho ship then began lo Mil xvltb walei and soon Hie eiigltio 100111 was tlooded With the flies out and the pumps disabled thoie was nothing left to do hut nxxnlt the end It did not -oohi posslblo that the boat could lciunlu alloiit much longei Oil the morning of T'eb. 1 1 (Tuesdnyl dime xx as n slight lift In tho suowstoiiu and xxo saw a steamer beating down dliectly on us The vessel proxed to be the l.oid Chailemont bound t.u this ell) She hoxe to and at once launched a hunt Attei .1 struggle lasting linen bonis my men won taken off .lust nsthe lust man left tlm small boat it xxas picked up by a tu mentions wave and crushed to spllnteis aguinst the "Ideuf tho Clint leinont " lJ.'IJ I T1IK I OM'ISKS I'Al. II Ol El. W. :. Vlleu uf I'lillndplplilli I.iplroil Tnu D113 Itefoin Ills Itody Xn I tiunii, William K Mien ."ill jears old, was found dead In bed jestorday In Ills room ill the Con tinental Hotel, lltondwny and Twentieth stieet rmuueiH Plixslohui Wllllnins, who Mowed the bndx. said that the man must baxe been de-id id least two da)-. Allen had beer staxlng ill the hotel for some time Hu xxas lasl seen alive on S.itnrd.ix. xxhen he onleied a pint ot xxbisl.ey biought to his loom It was said xesterda) that hu uid to consuine txxo pints of xxblskey a dax Ai Parentlv death xxas due to alcoholism and heart disease x. note was found on the (able In the 100111. saving ' In case of incident address my luothei. I'liink Oleott Allen. In t.i Pine slrei t, l'hilailelphl 1.' Wold was sent there I'lttl xdmphix. Pi.l'eb 20 William I' llen foinieily lived at Chestnut Hill in tlilsclt) lie xxas at 0110 time, it is said, uudci licit iiient at a saiiltarluin f.u the alcohol habit His binther l'rancls Oleott Mien lo.lli Pine stieet. and nephew 1 (I Al len. .11.. left Tot Now Vnik at ilucloek this exenlngtotnkei aioofthebodv W h Mien h is .inntlier luothei In Mibx inkee and n nephew. Joseph, .it Pilncetoii 1". (J Allen Is n wealthy Philadelphia!! lixlngcm his niiuns 10 1:1 v 1 111: (cjh.x in 11. Xliilili ipalllii s lltiv ItuUe R" 000,000 In HiillilK In Addition In the S I.OOO.OOO. V iMliv.ioN. I el) 20 -Suggestiona baxe been niiide infonnalh to the War Department foi the idiustment of the iliiTli ultx of paving the t ttbiin 1 mi. which has been lecelved fa vorably and innv icsult in .1 positive arrange incut, if tcndeied tormall) in behalr of the Cu ban Ashen bl) These are. in elfect that Cu ban municipalities b. permitted to Issue bonds amounting in the aggregate to S7 QOO.OOO. the PioiecUs from 1 hei 1 sale to be applied with the IOiKHiOO furnished hi the 1 lilted Stiti . to th pniiiieut of the ul.au Ainu 1 hu scheme contemplates the reimbursement of the municipalities bj setting nshle .1 pet entage of jii-touis dues and general tie lollectel In the Island 'I he department his been sounded, also, as to Its disposition to ward nn ariangemeiit for the ledeiuiitlon. In the same method, of bonds Issued bv the Cuban Vssembly to rale money for the actual cMieuret or the Insurrection, Tho anicunt of the bonds In tills diss Is about S'J.'OOOO'I Just what the Go.ernmen' will do if tin schemo Is ofllc'Ullv proposed hu not been de termined These suggestions come from Cu ban delegates In Washington and nieundei stood to have tho sanction of Gen iioine- .A.f io iii:iii:srniu. Hit A. Intl. As.iii liiliiui of llm (HtXXIII l:nt. ltli'11 lllin .Si-r riiursilni. 'J bo Stsiet.-ny of the Asiatic ssoci ition received a telcgi.iui xesterda. fiom lord Chntles liercsfoid, xxho Is 011 his xsav Past from Chicago, announcing I bat ho would arrixo hero to-moiroxv night and would stop at die Waldoif-Vstoiia On 'Units, (lai night a banquet will be tendeied to Lord ( harles by the Vsl itlo Association at Del nionlco'n The decision lo glxe the dlnin 1 xvas not reai bed until last Saturday night, xx ben a reiiUHstwus telcgi.iphed in I old Clonics llercs ford to n.linu 11 dale that would bo mosi conre iiient for him President Mchlnlcy. Secrctarx l.oiic, Socteturv Gage. Senatoi Cushman K Dax Is, Senatoi William It hi ye and Senator elect Chauticey VI Dupeix are among tlioso ii xitcd to the dinner Tho Asiatic ssoeiation Is composed ot the l.ugcst mcrcbanls and ininiif ictuiers In the I nlled Slates that do buslues- In the fur Dist It is the outcome of the nierli.m Association In China, foriund last July lo prevent tho Rus sian Hade from encioadilng on th. 1 stabllnhod trado of American llrms When the Philip Junes came under tho Amerli an Hag the name of tho association xxas changed so as to in clude them. itKMoriMi mi. voietsirirs nt'Aih strong Tugs liny llnie tu Hi Illicit to IticnL Through tin- lie lo Hart's Nlnml. Vnothei attempt will be made to-day. it tho conditions aio faxoinble. to tako Iho bodies tbnt baxe accumulated nt the Jfnigue to Hart s Island Chniities Commlsslonei Keller said sesterday that if the Ilghtor Columbia, which has been hired bx the department couldn't break through the Ice atlH.ii' s Island it would be uciesbar to hire souie strong tugs to bie.ik it w.D foi the lluhlet Then aio about J"Hi bodies now nt the Moigue, but Conmilsslonei Keller s-ild that the Morgue' lapaolty had b) no means been leached The authoiltlesof tho Manhattan Stnto Hos pital Intend to romiixe 000 lunatics from Hart's Island to King's Park, Long Island, In u few iI.ds, but they sa) that the ice has nothing to do with the deluv In doing this, as din) can loach hums Park as soon us the Institution llioie Is teady to receive the path uts About ten days ago 21)0 of the Insane patients were removed from Unit's Island to King's Park, and the woik ot transfetring xxlll be 1 airled 011 cindu.ill) until It Is completed. 1 1 in:v tioitv ron iiosios. Ilniur Oulno 1'ioposrs tn liulueiate llm llinlles uf I'autivrN, c iiniiiiulf.. und OHicm. llosioN, I eh 20 VInni (Jullicy proposes that thu elly shall build u municipal ciemntor, in ixlilch to incinerate tin) bodies of 1 impels, criminals, nnd olheifl xvhoao burial devolves upon theclly '1 In Idea Is lo do axxa) alto gether with tho Pottci s I'leld, ll is iibseited lh.it tho elly could eremale bodies at a cost of mil) "-I each, while It costs ll todlgagi.ixe J he rescnt Poilei s llold will bu lllled befin.i the oxplliitlouof the present )eai '1 he bililals mux amount to ,iout live bundled a )cai, and Increase in uuiubei yinrll 'lo erect a cieina lor) would ei.) the ellv less than slo.nOii, when as it will cost nearly jOSuull to buy land lor the continuance of the piesenl system, pio paio the land fm Initials foi leu )eus, main tain it and mail, thu gtaxes as It does ut pieseut ruin, airi'uics .;.v 7 ij.vt :). Mue Iran lu J'llmui fur silling I'm- tu 11 Itoilillog uf l.nlnji Ite ( ullege. I'lhiov, I'll. I'eb 20. Plnf. Gcoigu II htephons. convicted nn Kiitunla) of setting flio to Pardee Hall, Lafayette College, was this mottling sentenced b) hulgo Scott to ulno 1 111 uf solitary coiilliiciiieut in thu Lustoiu Penitential). The maximum imprisonment foi uison is ten xi ni- Judgi Scott made Htephenss linn nine lent iiccausu ho hat l.ei 11 lu jail sluci last lime Allot sentencing bun tin Coin t told hlhl tbnt If, Idtei the eiiiatioii ot Ills Imprisonment, ho exei (lime In 1 iislon r.n.'i c uincd nn) double IiiivmjIIIiI bi put until r In in Is so be.nythit ho 1 oiild not luruisli them, und his ini 1 iRiuuut 111 I 1 1 c-ii'isiiiii.ii e would In. peipelual. .sihuas ,- 1, tl n ti w ti us ilurilig tin piocueilingn I Xiul.is A ou Hungry I Ifho npii , apji. Uring fiajraiiipnf a Htnoking iIihIi JiiiiliHii rui-m It mwi I). "Me of all inula Uuu. Ami. Jr CORTES TALKS OF THKWAII. snifr vanr or svaix irKKK ninny to .v it it kx ms it to ir.irso.x. The .Xllnhtel or Unr Di teiula the Sm lender of Siinllngu-Snys It Was Hoped to Mivu I'm In Hllo nnd tho Philippines Sngnstii I'rgoa QubU Acllon nn the Prnre .Xlormuei -Count Almriuii Sn)s SpuuUb riuy Vni3tadiil' uf l.lous, Led by Aites fptcfl raWt lintnttflu Tnr. aus MAPI ID, Pel) 20 -Tho OvSltes opened (o-day Gteat piecnutlons iigiilnst nn outbreik wore taken by tliouuthoiltli s, who fe.-ucd a hostile demonstration by the Republicans outside Iho Cliatiibei In conjunction with tho Republican Deputies After tho ceremonial opening Sofior Hllxelu presented a resolution In behalf of tlio minority parties accusing tin Goxetnmnnt of neglect In concluding peace xxllb the Viilted Slates and In leoigiuiMng thu affairs of the loutitty In tho Senate Pi hue Miiilstet S.igasta tend u bill HUthoiiyiim tin Government to ti.iiisfi Cuba, Porto Illoo and Iho Philippines to the I'lilted Stales He lecoinmenilcd ureenc) for the m en sine Count Mmouns.xxho lecentlx doelaiod tint ccrtnln ol tho Gonerals should bo baiige 1 wltl theli own 'ashes, donouiioed tho Incapacity ot Gens Pilmodl Rlxein, Weylet and lllnnco nnd Vdmlial Cetxern He added tint the Gcneinl" did 110I lepiesenl the tmny, which had been tinl) described as an minx of lions, led bv asses He demanded thai the Goxoiniuent fui ulsli th Senate with thu documents relative to tho war Count Alineniis declared that the Government ought to have shot the Geueinls xxho com iniinded tho colonlalnrniles He asked whether the telcgiatns ordering Gen Ill.inco tosurien dei xveto authentic Gen Conea. Mlnfiter of Wni. icpllcd that the weie He justified tho order tosuriender, mid declared that the Government wasawato that during the war sumo of the ports ot the P. ninsula xxeie prepared lo hoist tho white ling If Cominodoio Wntson s suuadioii ap peared Gen Coitca added that tho Goxern inent had suiiendeied Santiago, hoping to saxe P01I0 Rico and the Philippines The public galleries were 111 lot . nnd tho spi ei h of Count Vlmcn is vxus soxeral times In terrupted h applause fiom tho-io pirtsof tho bouse sovor.il of the noisiest of thenpplaud is xtcii eic'lcd Ills icmarks excited much upioai niiiong the "s"nator- Senor S ignstu defended the Government and I he members of the Spinish l'e loot ommlssion llo ' 1 ItlcUed the 1 nlted States for th mantling fiom (be .Spanish lepinsentatins 1 ouecs-ions that weie not indudid In the piotocol In defeiciKu to the Opposition, the Pump Ministt llnally withdi.w his demand for uig eiu y foi the bill unit sir turn is roirMt. ltut n ISiltl-h Sallm shiiiH lluwn 11 llnviKr Illlil Itelenves Hi . W Inn the Phoenix line slpamei Ilnlish Kin. cpt I'leeth. came into poit on simila) aftei noou, Hip found the Plm nix plei nt the foot o' Si endi stieet lloboken. occupied Ux the Il.-ll-lh 1 mull 0. 1 sistei uhip xf (he foot! of l'outth stieet is tlio plei of tho Thlugxjlla Itii" audtheCaplaln seeing space Ibcie ordered his towigg tugs to mi) him n there. In she went, iiosa Hist, and tied up tn the end of the idei xrllli n huwser fiom her stein. Tho fact tba .1 lot of hirgos which weie wilting to lo id .111 otbei ship hid to be shoved iside, did not de ioi the lesnluto Jlrltisher Vcstenlay morn ing the officials of tin 1 hliigxnlla line wanted the llritlsh King to ileal out 'ml the Captain xvotildn't make a move until the Hrltlh 1 in line silled lu the nfternoon 'I hen he ent fui lugs nnil was going up Id Ids own nie ixhen ho found that the 'I hing alia people wanted xvhnrfage. He xxouldn t pav it. The) snldihe'd have tolf be xrnntfd togel axx-av The) shut the big lion doors In the middle or the Pier and det hired tint no one I could gLt through tn the end to east otTthe hawsei xxlib h held the poa( lung steamer A heated argument followed 'I be stein of the Ilritlli King had swung o fat from the plei tint .1 man couldn't get ashore 'J ho mil) w.D xxas forwnid )f the Iron gates on the doi k and these were gunrdetl The discussion beinme so heated tint a not was fcaicd between the sailors and the dm k emploxees. and 1 siiuid ot policeinon . was sent doxxn to the pier to keen the pew e Tlil iiuolched forct but stiufgy took tin Iho fight and won While tho row was id its height a liiltish sailor limbed down tho stein ha ix sei ami 1.1st It 1 1) Then he climbed up 11 agnl. ami got nbo.iul The IliltUb King xvns dec and the x.dtlng tugs pulled hei out. V lawsuit oxei the wl aifage Is expected lo follox cnr.tr . icritosEs roit incu,o. I lie Illinois i oinpnnv'. rinucbUi Ctinuteil by the ( itv Count it. Clin v .0. I'eb. 20 -The Illtnolb Teleginnli and Telephone t ouip.inv's ordinance, amended to suit Minor Harrison, xvns pajsod to-night, and will bo signed by the Max or to-inor-iow. ll grants the conipiti) a tldit Xi. ir fianeliid) and empowers it to chaige $S" n jear foi telephones in store of tlt es and othei business places, anil )0 foi telephones In it ..iileiiccs Vt anytime it sees lit tn do so the City Council may older n letlui Hon In the rates this provision being in lieu of ail) compensation to the city foi tho fiaiichlseotbei than furnishing utirtalu num ber ot telephones fine of ohnige. Tho eoinp-ii). it is said has $.20n.(l0t,Oi)) hack ot it Itbjinneipnl pioinoiers .lie Adoliilt Iliisch ainl W J Leiiip.thn St IjiuIs brewius; II A P.verett of ( lovelnnilnntl other Jloekbold ers ot thu Stiind.iid Oil Com pain ron i mt aii; j:aii:i:ics iiidoh. (. I., .lliigen's At knuwleilgmeiit ut VVIiut lie Owc tu the l.nto .lil.epll Slullll. llAlililsiifi.d. Pa, I'eb 20-C L Magce 01 Plllsburg has scntaoho'k foi 1 1.000 to llm widow of Joseph bin It b of Ibis city Sin lib was the cnglueei of tin llrsl lotomotlve of thin diawing a Puniiiilvani.t ltillroatl tinin xxhiio Hie bllanl wis at its worst 1 In blirdini: snow luexenled him tioni seeing 1 tialn nln id near Gallaglitu villi till ton Into In avoid n col lision. He might h.ixii.ixed Ids life b) jump ing then, but ho wall. si in shut nil si. am an I apply the hinl.fi". and his den I body was taken nut of Ihti wi . I. Ml Vla.-eix xxns one of dm passengnis in din Pullman 1 ill slunk bx (lie Ion mot he Had thoiti been a lull heat! of steam m. II is pioln hlo that all these p.isscngeiH wnuld have hi en liuui.'tl. If not killed llone.t Mi Vlagee has scut Ihocheuk asnn iiokiiowlc'dgni' ni of wh.it he nxvcs the dead englncci. Admiral suinpauu Arrives lit III 1 iiiiiiln. WamIIMVIoN Pel). 20 Vilniiral S.iiiip.tni telogi.iphcd the Nnxv Depiiliiunt fiomllei i ml 1 tills inoiuiiii: thai the llag)hlp New Vtuk and tlux battleship Indiana ot tlm 1. organized s.iu itliou nt exolullon, xxliich left Tompkins x III.- on Thuis In, Inxe nnlxetl thete Tlm oihel xessids ot th siiuadioil will nviilt llm New Voikuiul die Indiana at Ilaxana lu his despatch Vdmiiul hauipsnu Mild th it William I Ilrriiinlcy, gun captain of tin ill st class, w it swept oicilmaid fiom the Inill.iiiu and lust mi I'lldav uu. ruing last lliowiiley wie bum Peb 2n. 1H72. at Diammoii, Noixxay, mid Hist nn llsted in the I'nlled States Naxx at scion Aug. 11. JMM Jlcniibllt uu (lull Adxlsrs the somite. 'I ho Republican Club hold itsl'ebiuai) meet ing last evening and elected 11 Noill W llsou 11 noii-ieslileut mciiiboi James s llaicusof tho ( uniiuittuu on National AITniis icnd a n-ioit coiitleiniilug tho "Senatoi Ial eoutles) which pcrinilsoue meiuber to block the woikur all The icpoil advisi d the. Soiiutu to amend its tules sous to limit tlebale It was 1111 uilim n-l adi 1 ted 'Ih.' Lxicutivo ( nmiiiltti . ilnl nut make 11 i"i)il on the rase ol Ih" mail wlui vt '. d mori than on ent th" Dm ml.fi uncling l.iX, Anne l.liurlx l'ellrl. fiiniullid for purllj audllavui. Alt ilrugnU, hvisti ji v h i;i:it i .oii. ltnlirlUtui Thought tn He Hot incline Wli r 11 Crll In I'lieuiuuulu. lUiiTtoni), Conn . l'ob. 20 - I hxilns P Rol -orison, xxho was thought to be dying of puen moiiia. Is now- much butloi lining tn indical treatment ndiniiilstereil In- bis physician When the eilsis enmo he lout lonsclousness, bis teiuperatiirx lose to 107". and xnrious tests failed to show signs of life The iihxblelnii bail a rubbei blanket ph"ud undo! tho patient, a bed 1 f snow was mutle. ami thou llobortsoii was snipped and laid In 1 he snow Moro snow xxns bronchi to coxer bis entlio bod), except his face, and II was packed about him. Hobottsnu lay Incased In snoxv for foi tx-llxe minutes with tin signs of 1 etui ningllle. nud his fain llx bellexoilhiuuleiul At the end of that tliiiRtliA snow xxns removed, nnil It vxnt 110II1 oil that onu rxelld iiulxoreil n moment nud Iheio xxns also a Dickering pulse Tho doetoi stiuck him .1 blow lu tlm lace Robertson's ojes opened, ami In loplvtolhe doctor s question. "Whonm 1 ' ' he exclaimed "Hullo, doctor Robertson it still a xery sick nun. but he I on the roud to recovery. It Is hoped I Hi: fllAMtlKKS 1KI1KII OS A 4 MO A. Ilerllu Aulluiritlet sn) It Pnipoies 11 lli- nvnnnl ut tlir Sniuuu Ait. .X cml ( U Dnpalch to TlIK SI s. Itrni.tv l'ob 20 -The Viiojn'Mii an am. lo on S.unon, si)s that the Americans can foitn an Itlea of tlio effect In Oeini.uiyof Chief Jus tice Chambers's iccent lettei In Ids brothel, tho substance of xxhleh has been cabled hoi 0, by asking themselves xxhat thoy would baxe thought It Heir Hose, tho German Consul at Apln. had published a slmllai lettei against tho United Slates The llerlln autliotltics consldoi t Impossible foi Iho Washington Gov eminent to Identlfi itself with VH Cluunbcis's views, as It must stand bj the Samoa net, which Mr Cliambeis abandons by declaring that Geunuuy must cave Samoa This Is Impossible without a breach of tho act lOltACt.O SUOttTS .SQIEE.EII 11 till). If Any tr Tliein Are iHiiiinniiv Hen Thej'll Need Xlnre Snlmj. Amen -uu Tobacco stock, which the sperula tixe Taininaiiv Hall contingent is understood to be shod of. made a furthor advance of 1."lj point-on die New Voik Stock Lxehange es lenlu) Tho opening xxas ecitod uudci hcixy tiading. 12,000 shines being sold simul taneous!) at pi lees l.mging all tho way fiom loS in iil, compaied with loO. Satuidiy's closing pilce 'Uu teliileiiex iluoughout the du xxas almost con tiniiniish iipxinnl the top puce, 172. being touched lu the lllinl dealings The closing sale w. is made at 171 '.. xxhleh leprnsenled an nd x. 11100 compared xvltb the lowest piico on 1 il iluylistnf 1:1 points 'I his me 111s that .1 man who sold lntl shales or Vmoilcau 'tobacco stock short it KU'ion Pi ul.iy would bavu lost iM.OOO had he iov ered his short sale at xester tlax's llnnl ptlce The total sales of the stock for the d.i) exceeded 1 15.000 shares inii:s iritrn o 1 .lonrit. liililii. XV ho llutl Iteeu lliiuwn Iiitu u .Siuivvliniik, 1 setl n Knlte XV ben KeleilRed. s the on' enmo of a practical joke played yos leiilf) on ioI'H Drj.'i of 1U2 Lewis sueet U.u Wei'.- 01 US Vxeniie 1) is in P.ellexue Hospital siifleiing fiom a severe slab wound in Die nci !. '1 he 111:11 Heal jol.eis. ubout twent) in 1111m bei iu t Dijer In 1 Itlh stteet, and aflei tying his Ii inds 11 Ml feet, threw him into u snovrplle. Thev weni eteatlv anuiseil at bis antics in Dy ing to cAtrntite himself fter enjojing tbem sehes for about ten minutes in this manner Wells started to rule ise the victim llueut the conls binding Drier's hands, und was about to icleiBc Ills It et when Dr)ei nulled n cl.i-p kiille from Ids pocket and stabbed Wells In the lelt sldeoi the neck dose to the jugiilni vein Diycr was heltl bv the jokeis until Detectnes VlcCoimnck and Clifford of the Union Market station arrived nud iiimlo him a prisoner In eouit lie was held to await tho icsult or Wells's IllJUIiCS . n. Airuotrtt aiVKS sr.vi.ooa mokk. Stiipli.e fur vV 1 111011 1 Institute, V lilt h lie t:t.ll-Poil nllh n (.Ifl or H 1 ,"I)0,(I00. ( IIP 100, I'eb 20 -Philip D Vunotir to-tlax atldetl ?7."0.000 to his previous gifts of $1,."00, OoO to Almoin Institute live hundred thou sand dollais ol to-da) s gift tonslsts of gilt edged seen iltles anil f'JnO.OOO is In real estate anil lint buildings adjoining the Institute. Willi this add It ion to the original gift with which Mr xrmour established tho institute, the llev Prank Gunsnuliis, tlio Piesidenl, proposes to make It tho roiemost school of technology lu the woiltl The gltt comes as a surprise Vrmoiir Iiintituto is noxx reguded ns being among the best tcchnlcnl institutions in the tountri Mieatly students from India, Aus tralia. Japan ami other countries have boon attracted to it mrn o ins- uoriiEirs coins: While liiiiiiilng Ilrr l.omt xicXelgti XV ns stricken wit!) llemt lllteiiie. Mis Han lot McVeigh, 75 X cms old, who was stiickcn with pat all sis. 1 xvook ngont her home. 184 fueenpoliit avenue, lltookl)ii, died on Saturila) nlghi IIn son Alfred was very much affected by her death Yesturilnv morning bn began to mom 11 ml call to Ids mot hei Presently he threw his nnas m ro-s the coftlu and 11 nioincnt later fell bnckwanl His sister ran tn him and found that ho was unconscious A tloitoi xx-ns summoned, but when be arrived McVeigh was dead Death was dun to heart disease Mother and son will be bulled to gethei to-moitoxv In Mount Olnot Ceiucteiy int. itoni:nr 1: 11 a it 1:1s nt:ji. A Noted Ifiutli ulturlfct V llo Intiuduoiid tlin llrluns uf Itnlv Into the S011II1. Pun MU i.i'iilv.l'eb 2u III RobeitP Harris, VIce-Prosident of tlio Peuiis)lvanl 1 Horlicultu lal SocIqt),dleillo-da) in lilsseventv-sixth)e.ir. llewiia prolillc medical xvritei and edited n number ol standard to t books ou medicine pt.s a -Indent of horticulture be spent largo sums annnilly fm the Impoitatlon and dis tribution of seeds ot plants nnd vegetables, 11111101111111x11101.1118 anil cucumbois, which ho sent to California, Arlonn. and almost every stnte in the I'nlou for expeilmcntal purposes One of his ambitions was to ciilllvute In this tountiy the iiicmiiuIich 1 nten by the chlldien of Israel In th" Holy Laud Tho melons of Italy nn) now being grown thiougliout thu South thiough his enteipibc nor, .lA.vi.'i: .sor 10 i:r Tiiir.v. the 1 ml lit moils (.lowing Out uf tlm lulen (mil Mlliois' stillio llrupped. ( MiMiMMh, III . l'ob 20 -The stab's At torney to-di) diopped tlio thien indictmeiits lound ngalnst (iox Tinnier b) the Gland Jill v which iinesllgateil the Vliilen coal mlneis' strike. No explanation xxas mailo of tlilsnc-tloti Agoiiilllo Ite-Hnters the I ultrd stole.. Agoncilln, the agent of Aguiiialdo, left Mont re il late Sundii) niglil. nccoidlng to tho de spatches for tills clt) With Capt Murtl, Ids tiuxclllng (oinpiuilon. ho left tlm train ut Al bany 'llm Haiti hands aro ver sure thai tlm I illpliiosilnl not get ul.oaid again 'I lu) w'L'tn not tube found when the train got hum. Vibncklea Cut bugnr tu lis l.unrtt. Vilmcklo llrothorn yesterday lediicod tholr pi lee for grauulnted sugni 1-lHof a cent x pniiud. 01 to 1 HI cents. This Is the lowest pre u that lias hi uu made by am Interest sluco the sugar war bigau Tho reason fur tlio tut is not know n ( onriid N. .Ionian lletiiini, I VrMstant Tieasuier l onrnd N' Jordan of tlio I I lilted Stales hub-Treasury, who went to I Havana two weeks ago for his health, returned to th" Hub-Treasury yesterday llo said that Ilaxana xvas swarming with niouqultoei. GEN. MILES ON THE STAND. If! Hi 7;k 1 ovist or i.sijvnsr cui.s iu.it M,j s 1111: rtitsr irii.shss, jjjat W He I'nlU to Denj I'nlnl llluni. the Inter- sM views In the rims, but mi 1 lint He 41 Det llnetl to It. Inter) lowed, nnil That K . Hu llns 11 l.rttei limn the llerntd Intrr- vlevvei Ii) ihnl IffPit-Nevri Inaleil IU- frlgeiutrd Hi of siiliurilliiiite Ollleon i ' Tesllfv u tu the Oiltilll) uT the Iteer. , ' VAsiiiNuro. I'eb 20- I be Investigation of -'J! Gen Mlles's tlungis legtudlng the beef pin- ',) vlcletl for die ut m v 111 the win with Spain wan ' begun to-tl i It) the cuutt of iiiuuir) lecently f onleied b the Piesidenl " ii Hi mllitaiy ilitles it L ailmitleil thai no M bottei way could baxe been adopted to do- 1 tennlne lln-illx the meilts of the contro- xfi xeis) than thiough die medium of ,1 court $ or limuli) Such n eouit 1 oiumiiiids tho re- Ja speet ot tho iiriiix, and lis lluillngs urn M alwaxs ncccpteil ns 1 iw It Is stiletl) .unlit- t.u) tiibunal. nnil the membeisnf the present X 1 unit me oillci is who-.' .l.'Wsloii will be ro- 'S gilded as jusl and enncluse '1 he eouit foiinntl) uigunleil Hilt moinlnir wlih Mtiioi-Gen Inines P Watlc as President. Theolhei nuimbciH nie llrig -Gen George V. ' Davis, lot Geoige I. (illlesplo anil Lieut. -Col. t' Geoige It Davis, the last named being re- eoi Jei and Acting Judge Advocate ' 1 Oon Vtlleswas tho Hist witness, und it wm ') lileut nflei the adjournment of tho ecu it j J that bit testimony xxas something; of a ' disappointment to tho touit It xvus xxlth i difficulty that Col Daxls could setum T direct utiswius lo tlliect uuestions about this ? xniious newspapoi lntm views acciedltod In f Gen. Miles Moro than once the Recorder j called the witness s tiltontiou to tin fact that J ho xxas not aiiswerliig the uuostion Col. a Davis did tills courteously but Dimly. and, notwithstanding bit lepoated requests foi ollhoi a specific denial or affirmation 4 of tho published slr.enients, ho was compelled I to accept evasions In lieu of dlieet answeis The Impression or soino of the moinberu ' of thu eouit, as indicated by tholr ro. marks at the close of tho session, wn that Gen Miles li.nl not fulh 1 leal etl himself 1 ot icsponslbihix fm the published statements, That even- opportunity w.-njglvcn him to do so i is apparent fiom the luwof tho Recorder's J iiiestloning Oeii Milti speaking of ouu of j tlie inteixlews, said g) '1 "This lepoited 'ngjlF, w you will notice has fom or fixe slnteiiplsaying I declined to "'I glxe names of ofllceii I declined to reply to J iiuestlous. and, 111 fact, I do nut recall any alio- '"i gntlou in that interview th.it had not bean j gixon bcfoio the W.11 Inxestisutlng Commlsi- 4 slOll " ' "fl Ho then piocuedeil to explain how the piess j had been so kind to tho arm) that bo bad at J oilier dini's given mtoi niation tliat hu consid- cred proper 1 " That Is lianll) material to this interview." iiilerpoed Col D.ixls " Can )ou sa that any 0110 statement is 1 01 loot or incorrect i Does it 1 inconeetly sol forth in nny icspcct what was S said ? ' i Gen Miles s miswoi to tint xxas that his A meinoiy xxas so taint that ho could not oxen 4 lemoiubei tlio newspapei man i fnco should 3 he meet him again. J " re )ou noxx piepared to say whether tho intnrxlew isconecl - Is it In tho main correct .'" 1 ngnln asked Col Daxls, bringing thewltnest a back to the question at hand f " I do not think it it in die main correct," at ast responded Gen. Miles 4 Plnullr Col Daxls g.ixo up the nowsjnpor ." interxiews aijii ptoccedod to the allegations f tbeinselxcs 1 After organising the court proceeded to the J White House and was icccived by tho Prosi- S dent Prom the White House tho member went to the War Dcuirtinont and paid their ie- ' I speits to Secietar) Alger and Gen Miles. 2 The court re-asamblcd at noon'ln tho rooms 4 fonnerl) occupied b) the War Investigating 4 Conimlsslon At the head cf tlio table sat i Gen Wade, with den. Davis on his right and 5 (ol Gillespie on hN left Col Davis occupied 5 a seat at the othei end if the table, and on his A light was sealed J. W Ilulse, tlio official ston- "3 ogrnphor fl Col Daxis brought with him 011 hit return from Cuba two cunsof roast beof that wuio J placed before the court for examination. Af- tei soxei.tl minutes, occupied lu being pho- j togiaphed, foi Daxis read the Older eonxon- lug the ourt '1 Ii it was followed by a letter from the Vm Dennrlment glxlngdoflnite in- J htructlons to the court. 'I he letter was signetl by AdjU-Gen Corbln. 5 ami was lu nnswei (u a cominiitiicntion fiom the conit asking for specific Information as to j the allegations leferrod to lu tin order 11111110)"- 1 llng tho eouit It xx as accompanied by aprlnt- 1 oil copy of Gen Miles'stcstiiuoiiybeforethe War J t ommlssion. on the pngosof ivliich the passages 1 ief"iiilig to refrigerated beef nud canned roast btcf were ni.iikod It was at follows "I have the honor to acknow ledge loeolpt of your I leltei of inquiry of tlio 17th Inst In repj I am iliretted h iho Saietary of War j to say tlnl tho Piesident holds tint, I the spet Illo allegations referred In tho ' couil of Inquiry foi Investigation itm f Indicated bx iniigliial lines in tho statements J submitted by the Mnoi-Generaleomniaiidiiut I to the loiumlsBion apiliited 10 Inxostlgate the J eoutliiot of the Win Deiurtment in tho wur I with Spain, ami In the mattoi purporting to have 1 n furnished lo thu public press bv S that nfficei, nil of which is transmitted a in lew uli. in. uk"d inolusiiios 'V' and 'II' and '(" lespeothch Tin Piesident nlso s tlliei ts spicinl Investigation be made todoter- t mine If the beef furnished tlut.timv was whole- soiu.i ami of gootl qiuillt) and sufficient tiunn- 4 tlh. anil to liiriui in with enm Into tin allegation ! that it xxas trean .1 with nobis or chemicals by J tho contraotois 01 others, or lu any way made deletei Ions to the healdi nt the consumers If f there xvas bail meat issued tn thu troops the i iisponlbllli) fm It must be Hied wltli a view s to fuidiut action 'the members were then sworn 6 Gen Miles was nnnouuerd nt the llrst wit- 9 nets Ills examination wn conducted by Col. 1 Daxls, whose Hist iiueslioii was "Did jou f sulimit to the V. nr Inxesilgatlou Commission a j statement-' 1 "Yos, sir 11 plied Gen Jllles ( ol. Davis tlin, subuilttcil to Gen Miles a A Pilnleil 1 op) 'I Ids statement. Indicating to him ix hit loforreil tn the iiuestlnii of beef sup- f fillet This Gen Miles pr inounced a coiroe t 1. epoit ol Ills tobtiuiiih) and slid that It had J been 1111 plemeuied by leiorts of leglmeutal 1 C'.iiiiinantlers , Col Daxis inixt called attention lo an al leged inteixuuv in the n i.uk lui mil, nA 1 nsketl Gen Mill s If he had been correctly re- j polled A t lipping fiom the pnner glxlng one A interview was Ii.iiuI.mI lo him Aftei carefully 1 reading it he s lid 3 '"ibis lepurtcd intcixiexx, )ou will notic, has four or live statements saving 1 declined I to give names of mlleeis I declined to reply i to iiusslioiiH, nnil In fait. I do not iceall any 1 allegation in lb it inteivpivv that had not been $ given befoie tli W nr Inxesdgnllng Coiiimls- B nn ami nls 1 in official repoits fiom me anil Si nlhei olllcois As fai as tin Interview la con- tm terneil 1' Itevnluntl) written fiom the loom- Si on ot the inturvlovver. Vs His press have ju been so kind to the army and In the unlisted fm men, 1 have given suoh iiifoimntlou as I jt thought iiropet ' 1 ' I bat Is b-iiilh maleilal to this inquii), in- 2 erposed Col Davis 'Can oii say that any S one statHiuent Is corro t m incnrioctf uontlt 9 Hiioiroctly set fulfil in am respect what was . aid" I "1 don t think 1 eould lemember the news- Jf Liner man s fsie should I see bun again In J; legnid to theactinli of e'hoinit nln 1 would hive to couipaiK that with nil testiinon) It bus M never been inserted tint the cinuutl beef was 'm treated with chemical 1 It b is been asserted dint itifrigeraieil I ecf xvas. and such liifornin- "S Hon bus come to me ' .9 (, Vre )ou now nrnparod ti a w bother fm the Inteixlew Is eoriei f Is It in the 11111I11 cm- M isol- V I do not think it is in tlio main cur- f,r lect. (nn Miles unswend at the same time ;U again calling attention t . Hie fact that be had It declined to answer th questions ot the re- 1J. porlei if1, (J. lieto I; anothor Interview I- the Herald, , I fi A