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   New York Times, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1883, New York, New York                               cet the events, it thu batch h Mr. V VOL. XXXII........KG. 9823. .DISPENSING THE (kSPOILS" IMPORTANT NEW-YORK NOMINA- TIONS EXPECTED. SETZR-M- VllNOIC OFFICES ALHEADV. FILLED CONKLlXO'a FOR DEFEATED COHGREBB11EN. Pel) 28. Tho report Mtenslrely circulated this morninjf tbat beforo night tho PreilQent would sond to tho Senate the long-expected nominations for New-York Stato, and atnonc tbo men, who usually earliest Intimations ot such said, confidentially, that to be sent In would Include nut only tho namo of a new Collector of Customs, but tho names also of a Naval OGVorv a General Appraiser, a Deputy Appraiser, and an Inturnal Ilevonuu Col- loctOf. Tho result of tula announcement was, that all of tho New-York members uf COIIKTOVI wore ail day inquiring.- in iho restaurant, iu tbe House corridors nnd ftbout tho doora. and on the floor of the Son- nte whether tho nuniiuations had arrived. It w.13 not un'il nftor 5 o'clock that tho I n.ifdents messengur arrived, and camo ho did not bring any TLTV important nominations. At tbe head of ohs; list, ufcider tha titlo were thn of sovoral Collectors of Internal Rero- niio, und ono of thtjso candidates had been cue out aftor thi> nainoa were on tho list and before tlio list; had left tho TVhito House. Tho missing tion had apparently been for a New-York -district, witii n figure ending look- ing llko tho Aa thero is no such district und no nomination ban been talked of fur tho Eleventh, Twollth, Fourteenth, or Fifteenth Dl'trn-Ls, a fjood deal of specula- tion-was indulged in to determine to" which tho nomination mljjht havo applied. Fivo York Postmnstor-. woio 3wit In: Kdward I .Moore for F T. iNiphols, for I'extor N. Owens, for riinrlfs F. JOT, for KichburK, and Daniel T. liuut, for Rochester. Nlchob and Hunt am Air. Hunt's renomitui- tion hni bttm opposed by Representa- tive nn Vaorhls, ami wan prated by vx Reprtwetitatlva John M. Davy. Mr. Van Voorhii bus fur homo tlmu beo'n asking the Pnwideufc to nomiuato Hiram T. Edjrorton. Ho thought that, Mr Hunt, who has hold tho pi ico years, ought to give way for nn- ollier man." Ho behoved, too, that Hunt biul workt-d him (Van Vcorhfs) in tho CoiiKrissiOiiul fljjht lost Fall, and that ho liad, there to re, ilitboryexl to succeeded bv uiinthor Major I'arsons and othnr came hare, saw tho PiChl- cK'nt sovurnl ttrnea and pretseil him to name i.x Congiesgmnn John M. Davy itp- peared. usked for Hunt's retention. Mr. van Voorhn his nppjarauco and ac- tion as aa mterieronce tho business of a insrnbwr of Congross by an ox membor. T.ho. K'K hester locul disturbances of party feellfltj hiivu enteroil deeply into tho contest, in which Mi Davy to havo won. and Mr Van Voorli'-i now that tbo tight may bo con- at, homo Hevural New-York Postmasters were sent in yiiterdny along with other nominations of   tlrst District. U. N. Buckley. pit-rent E'obtmastor nt Delhi has held officu f n und businesi 1u It cann jt b" MI for hia vis.it, tho liauii of tha Presulent may havo been putdea tn thu of t-x-Sonator in illline out some of thu nominations just niadu. It is u-.o I "lioveil by thivt arvT moio nominations to como'- Lt> by ttio siimo Jai-olw L-umplaiiiod that C L-( t his siu'ceih >r, Ins contributed his iiiilueiico 111 behalf of Bucklt-y, and that ha Tito H visit imJ saw tbo President to omiueud IHit-kluv. Mr. Jncobi wns a warm -nd Find fla'-Mi.ntoof Liurfleld. Congressman V iu AtTiiam and bis successor. Dr. Brewer, June I in lor .Poitmnstor at 11 indoltih. CrtLtirauKUS County, n Mr Wuod- 1 ho imumUiut. Mri. JobcuhlnuC Owen, vs  mid Dr. Brower did uot yo to th') tho mutter, antl aro not el, unnoyud about tho belectlou mado. Mrs Owoii lias I eeti n tjood ottlccr. Uie President nommnt'il Joioph M. Dickey for Pojtiunster nt Nowburji, to be tht> stic- of John C Adniib, who has held tho Dittcw for levoral ytlirX. lue only ot who l> known to buvo favored Dickoy's nominatiuu b> Mr. IJutich, Domcx-rat, who rupre-enta tno district. Senator Mlllt'r ami of tLo C'oiifrrossmun ro pvr.l tho selection as bad, nn I politically a nnfoi tunato vu? Mr. Difkt-j's unncipal claim for tho piacc ippears to bu Ins itcord ns ouo of tho tuinil" nt Albany in v, here hn votfd for Conklluir aud Plutt in iiico of thu demaiuU of his dis- trict A Republican Congressman fiom n district uaitl to-day that 1: tho ijommatiou a bad one, but ho it mudo m discharge ot a polltl- i'il obligation. CoiiKrossniau Jeromlah W. I'wijiht thuf ttio appointment of Myron H U fiver it lluvuiiu. In place of A. G. Ball,   u application from Mr. n, tin. srory of I urkor. uf iliu St La-neiioo uistrli-t. tho noci- of Hor.it-j (1 ut Ootrverneur, n pia.out U nslow, will aatlsfy no ouo et -pi Hoynolds and tho ton or a Stal- win-s In tnu piuto Whilutberowasastronfflist ..t b-it'l. tor m-tlows rouppomtuiBHt thw J r-MKlnit deti-lL'd to take UoynoUN. nnd so in- rm mt I Mr. PuiAoi some tiiiK) Htro. Rovnolds IMS lH.-t'ii u coi-bpiL-uouj Arthur'man Jlhj of Ivoibury at CaLskill. in pliico of A. Thomas, is'one ul out wliu'h :io J'lu here cuji furiiuh in- formation 1 ho Ollkt- Ji in CriDcryssaiaii Thomas Cornell ilistrict, but as Mr Cornull Is not and has :iot btt-n hole tor bnrne time It H not nt emv to astortam upon huso tbo uoimutttian of Mr bury madu of c o Republican ConKresamoii who to IK- re oli'Lteil Just November bavo It 01, piovirli'd for oy nominations to r'wleral uud othurs wlij probublv- bo rec- in the s'uno way C'harlosO. 01 U'iscoiialti, Ctiuinnun of tho Foreign AIIair-, t-Di'iimttrv1, lint- nominated to bo of thu f.niul Otlko at DAkoti, nmv up wlt'j tho counti v and rigijp to nt no very, ilutaut J'tv JcrnL'iison, llupubllcvn, from ;i is lit'-n nominated to UL' nr r "I tlio I tn.I OfllL-o at Wtilla Wtilhi, i 'Jfnitory. Tho Liinil Olllcn tti.iM m I irl'ero the ol cr0 H r.ipidly iiui j'WiiiLC are in crent de J ihu Piul, tl.u Hepttjut-ntn- i ir been nouiinatod to t.n t t-- 'it--, the Western District r in Jin is a Luvvu. but it in i iMi.'ir that, ho has ever occupied 'I r "i Cm-siLT B. DarralJ. K- I i n'ViviffroTi tbw Third Loin- 1 I'.itr.i t t unuimstoJ to be Ottttttft ti 1 r V I I I (JL NEW-YQftK, THURSDAY, MABpH 1, 2883. Ister of the Land OtHcB at New-Orleans. A gentleman from Cleveland Raid to-night tha1 Congred-niaii lownsond bad recommended for theofflceof Postmn'.ter there Mr. now- Chief Clerk under tho present Postmaster, ami tbat tha nonsi have been aatiifactory to tho people. Thomas Jonog, Jr., the Collector of It: Auditor. of Mr. Il.ii ding ivotiK noiniiiotf. is, ho haid, n brother of Senator Jotea. of Nevada. He had been turnal Itovetiue ana afterward FAILURES A CIIICACO TAI-EK COMl'ANY CLO3L3 ITS LHUILIT1EB CHICAGO, Fob Tho doors of tho n. Taylor Taper Company wcro closed by Deputy Sheriff Eurko mornlcc on confessed In tha Suparlor Court lo tbe amount of la faror cf the folio nlnp persons antl liistUulloua: hllen il. Dulano Mtt E. t'uote. First National tlS'OO Mary A. Masters... 8.100 Delia il Uoit.Tt. p.aso Com 1'aucr (HO fciu Lmnv SO.iUO M. KuliAur- Total The Juditmwita were entered up by Conger and Gorton, for time the attorneys for Oeorco II Taylor. Co. Later In tho day the Cleveland I'aper CopKtany obtained a JnJcmeut In the Uultod agaiust the firm for 871.000. it is be tbe ludebteJnesi will reach fit least wbll 9 the assets do not amount to more tlian half that sum. Mr. Toylor stated to a reporter that tho failure due to tha suspension of Lucius Clark Co., of South Bend, ana the latter company failed be- oanse Hlaot A Clnrk. of Yorktown, bud failed. Cliirk kad been buylnit Interests In paper ral'ls over the country, and hud more on his bands than ho couW munajte, Hut Dlack Llark mills went uuiler. and ihev bank thuru that had notes tele (jraphed to thu South Bond bank to secure them. Tlitacauseil lroubio at South Hend. for Iho bunlc there at once net about to gel Its notes secured. and tals caused thi suHponslon of that tlrm aud Chicago concern The Luriua Clark Com- pany had lioiicht of George 1J. Twylor tho mills ut bouta Uenil. k'lvinjt thulr notei. The mill, a year was worth S110.0UO. and dur- tbo year hnproveinonla rained at SCU.OliO woro Dut In 'I tie iBdebledoei s ol Clark to Taylor in In the neighborhood of Tho liabilities of Taylor JC Co will uinouut to botween nud 8100.000. whlel. fulls almost wholly or. Tastern paper mills, at llolyoko nad Iu Chlonco. thij Kirs: Nutloual Bunk. CloruUnd Coro- uauy. and Knickurbockar aro secured crealton It Is (looaiod peculiarly ur.fortunato. to far as Taylor A Co. aro cuuierneiJ. that the ClwrLB (jot Into Jtielr trnublrt for the Taj lor business was Day- Ing wyM huro. ntul tlio mills which were sold to Cltirk rrere cood for 803.000 u year profit. It Is aenerallr bolloved that the effect of tbe failure unon tho papur trade rioro will bu very Bllelit. al- though tho Ctiicaeo houses are workluu upon small UTICA. Feb. A eonornl by Samuel II K.JX Jt Co.. cinos manumuturer.s at was aied In thu Clerk's ofllce olty today. The Asgignro Is Charles SymomlB. of tbe I'tlua City National Bank Tha aulenment provides for three clastcs of preferred. all ulalma for lubor n Hrjje num- ber of notos of firm Indorsed by A It For., of Sand Late. N. Y.. jtiven for borrowed money, alse 37.000 wortli ot buslnass ills counted by tho National State bank of Onelda and by A U. Foi Anioun oredltors pro In thin ulavs nre ihe Nationoi Want of Troy SU.rOO: Mutual Nmlon.il Bank, Troy 5f2l 000- Albany City Notional Bnnk, gt.450; Cannitota N'a- tlon.i! Bank. SOO.OvKl, Cnntrul Bnuk.Onolda, 56000 OnelJa Valley National Bank, or Onelda. S. U. Fnrnham. Onolda, 5SO.HOO; Ntittonal Stale Ouelda. 395.000. The third class prelorreU ia perioiai. amounting to :Tho nuiKumoni provides that after pavment of expenses End pre- ferred claims and Individual debts of partners tlm balance shnll be used t i paj tretjural creditors of too nr ai. The firm Is Samuel H I-oi Jt ion aud Kroderick Fox. They erproai the bopo tbat ihey .will bo able to arranca with the orcditors by an extension or other- wise and eontrol of ibe The total liibilltles are between Sl'XI.OOO and assats, The fallura li' to the Taut thut durlnc the past at two nominal tributed s or IhreB lh4 firm has extended its bus too uiucb nnd expended lartre euma In new n Tbe firw w.is araonc ihe larceii (flaas ractarera In the country, ana Ita failure excites deap sympathy TLe senior partncr.o' tlie firm was a Republican candidate for ConRroxs In tho Onalda District last Full. CI.KVEI.AND. Fob. A dispatch from lonujjstoTm reports that ttiere Is great Indl MIK- tloa there nt the arrest In Chleas-o of Vice Presi- dent Matltievce. nf Bonnell Co.. nt tbe Instance of the Tim Nntloniil Bank of YOUBCS- town, find snyt that Matthews will sue for ilum- miBt for malicious prosecution. The Uepublio Iron Mlnlne Company hnn released Its attachment, and rifralrs are progressing so farorably under tho dlreotlon of Kocgiver Brovi'h llmt It Is expected the (ires will bo relinhted on nuit Suailay night and tbat a start will bo made Iu all dopaitmonta on Monday. Jinny coatraets are beinir retolvuJ, and a fleiermlnatlun Is expresisbCt to 'as lat Brown. Bou- uell i Co. through their present embarrnsataent. -tiioniA, III.. Fob. The Sheriff to-day closed thu dry pocdi establishment of diaries O. Lehman. Iho llublhtlej are at ubout BOSTOS, Feb. 28. Tim liabilities of Isaac S. Eniersoo. sbou inamifHLturur. of Ilrooktou, wtioho simp was closed undur an -Ulachuleut aro nearly Sil.OOO und hU aweta are SV.CW. A GHOST ATor y FHCJl CTOKGTA. ATIA.MA, Gn., Feb. For tbo paat 10 Montcomery County, uear tha line of tho Macoo and Brunswick Uallroad, has been tbe scono of a creai mystery, and people are almost wild with extltemuiit owlne to tlie manifestations of al- IsKCd The homo of Mr Adams Is the scene of il.u duturbauce. About 10 days auo bo wns alarmed tty lonJ rapplnca acalnst the side of houiti as If bome one WAS benlus against It with Kili-ki. VI beu lie woUlil open the door to tro om ana uie tnattor. the rapplnir would beglaon tlie of tno liouw No irnre of cauiu could bo found. 'I he disturbance has (trendy Inornaked w.thln a few days, and the rap- pine nally became violent that Mr. tore tliB and wallj of tau hoasu In en- deavoriUK to Cud a reason or explanation for llio alnculur proceedings 'Ihe enllro matter Is In- volved Iu tuo mystery People nre greatly alannvil, and aro t'.ookluc by Inindreitj to ilr Adims'a houae to try to boKo thu UTICA, Feb. In nn interview to-day ex- Gov. boymour snld' Notlilni; could bo more un- true tnun the atatemcnt that I am tho trusted ad vlaer of Cluveland As to Intlueaee hi loourlntr appolatiDeati for friends he 1 atn naturally applied to by friends when ther become aiip.kunts. and 1 cannot withhold utalecoenU wllli to tnelr clinniuter, This IHLI led me in wrllo muny on such sublecls-too rnnny to have much Those In whoje bi-h.ilf tliuy were written Lavu not no far bueu nucceisful Iu SI D D I- A ill Of A tf- YOEKKn. ATLANTA, C'.n., Feb. 'JS. Edward Kichard- son, of New Citj dlud rorv suddenly at tbu lirown House. early Hits mornlue, from a stroke of {uralysii Ho came In from 1 h'omas- vlUo.v7''eM anj lllj wlfe spenillnK Winter, and wim on lili way huuie Ilu wna ftupareutly In terfrct ne.tlth up to tiia tlnm uf tbe stroke IJr llluckvhear was calleu to attend hlra and all tbat cou'd rtonn for bim tlono. Ho dlod about v; o'clock Tlit- bod> w .19 em- balmed, and Klchnrdbon lelt IMIU u ou tlie Atlanta train Cor her homo. A PL.llX 11FF UA OCT. Judgo 'McKennnn, In tlio C'liited states couri, tod-ij lilod an opinion !ti Iho cnso of Elms Spldoll air.ilnat the Lcoiioinltu ijoclety Hustalnini; tlio dcmuirer filed the diiendants Tho plaintiff claimed Iti-itlm fathur wns a motnber of the aotiety, and Unit at tin- limp of Ins dtalh Inure ctun of :nonev duo him llio demurrer alleirvil that of thu cumpUmt hnrrad tha siatutii of Lkiuitttiion. nnd tbat on his own bad fui.trt to mnko out. a uaise P01SOXED B i' SA U.-iA (If. KFMJIM, Pfiiti., 2t. Willmin K. I.es- Bte, In-, irlfy, nnd fmirrbltdrcii wore poisoned to-day bi vaitntf.iiiMVf purcliascd ac iho mnrKet Alter niu-li -nfii rim; the Onva jininzest cluldren and l.iur nii.ilicr TTITO rtlii-f ami lira now oui bin Mr and hN diiUKbler are btlll Iu n I'liiM N. J., I Atamabs-meet- Injrof tne to A Harlan .inj F Wa-llelch. w.-r.. el.vjiu.l clfk-ates to (Me In ..r-olli-xlito luvsob.nl loniuiiUoii to bo held In York, trth SAN FRANCIS n-b. a-.-A Ciir-on THE TARIFF CONFERENCE OBSTACLES IN lIliL WAT OFfTR1S SENATE HILL. I MESSRS nANDALL, MORIIISON, ANpxTDCKEK UKCLINK TO OF TUR- OK THE COMMITTEE. WASHINGTON. Fcli. conferees in whose hamls tho Senate Tariff bill has been placed did not begin their work until ting evening. Tho Houso branch of tha' conforenco committee was not completed until tho middle of tho Mr. Randall, who had been Eeloeted ns one of tho Democratic members, arose in nis place in tho House this morning and declined to 'serve, saying that ho could serve the interests of his Stato by re- HnquishinE the labor assigned .to him. Mr. Morrison was theri appointed, and 4ie declined. The Speaker then appealed to Mr. Tucker, but that gentleman did not propose to bo taken, as the third choice, and Lo also declined. Later in tho day Mr. Spoer, of Georgia, was appointed, nnd the conference committed began its session in the evening. Mr. is a protectionist, in accord with tho high protectionists of the "Wayes and Means Committee, ho that Mr. Carlisle in tho only member of tho Houae group of conferees. Out of tho 10 men to whom tho bill has boen given only Dayard, lieck, and tho revenue re- form element. It Ispenerully baiil that Mr. Ran- dall dodged tho conference committee because of tho probability that bis connection with it would injuriously affect his candidacy for tho Speakerehip. It is said that Mr. Morrison declined becaiiio ho was disgusted with tho comuositicm of tho commtttoo and bolievod tliat hw presence in tho committee would only omljnrrnsj him and liavo uo etlVct upon the committee'fl dociiion. Mr. Tucker was tin- willing bo third choice. It ia said that some of tlie friends of Mr. Carlisle urged him tins afternoon to decline serve, asserting that liis connection wjth the committee might cost Win tbo ofllce of Upoaker in tho next House, lie replied thnt if it wero necessary for him to negleut bis duties as a member of the House in or.der to secure bin election as Breaker, he would, without bcaitation, lot tho Speaker- ship go. Senate this mornlnc decided tbat it would have something to sav about tbo ques- tion of constitutional prerogative, and iu- tructed its conferees to report to the Senate if they fthould Bud that any limitation had been placed by tho House upon the action of ttio 'ommittoa. In order to give a clear idea of tho conditionrt under which tho House con- ferees were appointed tho preamble of tbe Has- [oll resolution should bo presented as well as !lio resolution itsolf. Tho preamble and reso- ution uto as follows: Houso bill No. B.B.T8. entitled An mot to reduce Interim! revenuo taxation, and fortUUw nuilvr tht) form at an Hmondtnent In tho Sannic to title o( HeTlsed Statutes, which irovldea for clutfea on has been moitl- fioil and ulmntrtil by tho Introduction of new pro- vwlont. containlDit aimtau other thlncii a geaeral revision of referred to, bold to In- irenie and reduce duties oo, Importn. and In many QbUtioo.i to repenl and la others to amend tbe aws impocInK Imoort duties; and nhertat. In the opinion of the Ilouie, It it be- ieved tlnit euch clmntros and are In conrtlot with the true Intent and purpose of the Constitution, which requires that all bllli forrals- UK revenue shall orlelnato In tbo llouso ef llepre- therefore, IltiniKtd, That If this bill shall be referred to a committee of uonferonce It shall bo the duty of he conferees on tho pnrt of the House on said committee to consider fully the constitutional ob- eolions to Raid bill as amended by tbe Senate ncd leroln referred to, and to brine the same, togelher with the of the House In regard hereto, before laid conference, If necessary. In their opinion, after havlnn conferred with the Senate conferees, said conferees on hold coinmlitee may make report to the House In regard to the objec- ioD3 to Bald bill herein referred to. Tho resolution wns adopted by a vote of 144 o 120. The preamble was then adopted with- out a roll call, nnd at last both preamble and resolution were adopted by a vote of 139 to ffl. It will be seen, therefore, that the Bouse conferees aro not only instructed to present he subject to the Senate conferees, but that hoy are also supported by a positive expres- sion of tho opinion of tho House against tho constitutionality of tha tariff part of the Sen- ate bill. It wns said thia afternoon that tho course pursued by the hiph protecUonistsof the fouse. In tho Haikell resolution after tho passage of tbe IteotI rule, indicated a pur- PO-.O to forcp the tariff part of thb Senate bdl jut of existence and then recommend the pas- ace of tho internal revenue provisions alone. Jndor the cover the constitutional- ques- who really desire shall remain ns'thev aro would, it was said, kill the tariif part of tbe Senate bill. Without tbia cover their motives vould appear too plainly. At the conierence meeting to-night Mr volley presented tbe Hobkoll ureambla and oiliibitmtr tho position taken by ho House. A discussion followed. The Senate .-oulerees considered the queotion whether hoy would nt onco report to the Senate In to the resolution passBii by the enuto this ttfteiuocm. Ilr. and Mr. Deck held that tho of tho Senate esolution plainly required tho Senate con- erueb to make such a ropott. They were JUtvoted by Messrs. Morrill, Sherman, nnd Udnih, and therefore thev loit tho conference Hmmber with tbe intention of reporting to the Seimte upon their own responsibility. Wben hoy left tho conference the Senate was bold- ng a short executive .soision, and an adjonrn- uwnt was soon afterwaid taken. Tho Senate Conferees bavins disagreed nnon this point. hose who remained iu conleronce took up tbo bill and proceeded witn some pielimmaries Tlio Meji tariff men have pownr, and It is said that imong tne votcs.tal.en to night" was one in- ertmir a provision fcuirli not in the Sen- ite bill, to tho offoct that If an article seems to 10 rtuhned under two diiferent rates, the higher tho two rates shall be assessed and collected. t is said tunt the high tariff conferees In both tranches asked that tbe House bill bo regarded as a ba-bis for compromise, although the Houso >ill is and has no parliamentary existence )ufora tho confei ence.. At u late hour tho Con- crence was still In session. A I'Sl UPSILON BANQUET. 'HE PULSIDENT UKTE11TAINB A KKW I1ERS OK 1113 COLLEOK FRATERNITY. AVASHixaTox, Feb. Arthur iavo a dinner party at the Whito House this vouing m honor of bis college fraternity, tho 'si Upallon, of-which there aro several mem- bers m tho present Congress. The guests were in the Blue Parlor by the President and Ins two sisters, Mr.s. McElroy and Mrs. laynesworth. of Albany, both of whom aro low his at tho White llouba. Tho liniier wna ciniiouuced at and the tablo in ho itnvuto or fnimly diniuE-room was Inid vith 10 covers. Bioorninu azaleas and orchids vero phiced around tbu rooms and the table with flowor.s. An oval shield in our compaitiniMits mado of jiink und white uuilbtiidded witli liliesof the valley was ot in tlio centro of tho table, nnd at each end .vole large c-ut balls lllled with Jucquo- uniiot and ALtiLdinl Niel roses. .Silver nrd i-ry-stul compotes nnd nlso ietoraitd tho board. Sovt-n wcro si-t (it t-aoli plalo, together with gold-omboasea mine L-nnls ami bontontiiL-ros bon- 'Iho i'lesidt'ijt at tho middle of th" f'blo. with Mi.l Hawley at bis riKlit nnd .Mrs. 1'ivo nt bis Ahs. Ut-Elroy Vinn, with; Senator Hawley nt h-jr anil Senator Fryo ul hor left. Tbe others pit -nf wcieMi-s. Ilftyiiesworth. Mr Charles I'lfllt'V Unrner. nnU ilntthins, of Xuw-Yurk; nnd Miss lloliinson, ol' I and Mr-, li tea. ol tivo uud Mrs. Buck THE SCXAT WASIIINUION, Fcl Scnutors havo not ye rooklvn; Hopresentntivo f Connecticut. 1 PIIKSIDEXCY. Thu HcpubHrnn held any caucus to du termmo upon u caudulato for Prcs'dout pro teai.. nor had any beOii called this evening. So f-ir as could ho ascertained by n ipanvnss ol" tbe Sonnte. tho first aud open choico of nil the Senators, is Mr. Edmunds. Mr. Inealls i of as an excellent candidate, hfscool- ''ness of head and rendiueRK in tho obair com- mending him to several Senators aa a desiral 'ble presiding ofllccr for the expeditious trans- action of business. Senator Allison lias siiid to BSToral Senators tbat be would prefer to re- tain bis place at tho head of tho Appropria- tions Co in nj It too rather than bo selected for President pro torn. JUDGE IIOADI.EY'S WIlUDRAll'AL. CI.KVTIXAND, Feb. ia the opinion of lending Democrats In thia end of the Stato that Judgo rfoadley's withdrawal of his name from among the for Governor is a conditional pioce of strategy that may be fol- lowed by a ro-entrance into tho arena at a later date. 11 ia not fear of a defeat at the thoy say; but thnt be has found him- self too well boomed' at too early a date, and that a too constant uso of hia name may wear out his chancai before convention-tune. The favorite has to stand his chances against the whole field, and tho Judge has seen himself standing forth for several months as tbe only rcallT declared candidate for tho position." It la therefore the opinion of tho three or four leading men with whom con- versations Lavo been had thnt he but uot stepped asido for pood, but will be found again upon the anxious seat when tho opportune- tirno sbalt have como. Tho Fcnrilo- ton inon and the Thompson men do not look with any favor unon Hondloy, and have been putting in work here and there against him all ovor the State. They havo been in communi- cation (or sotno time with loud in p men in this part of the State, nnr their negotiations bode no moio good for Judge Hoadley for Governor than thoy do for the Hon. II. Lt. Payne for Senator. It Is understood that if developments during the next month or HO show u disposition on the part of the next Congress to tfive Major Wal- lace a seat from tho Canton-Youngstown rlis- trlct, as agninht Major McKinley, tho Inltor will como to tho front ns a candidate for tho llepubhcan nomination for Governor. If bo enters tho lists it will be with the indorsement of the Republican Congressmen from this seo- tion, which will ond all further talk connecting tho Hon. Amos Townsend. of Cleveland, with the position. The Hon. Ben Butterworth. of Cincinnati, and Judga William Lawrence, First Controller of the United States Treas- ury, are both candidates for the position, and will stay in the light until convention-time. A VILLAIN WKLL PUNISHED. TWO YEARS AND A 1IALP IN PRISON FOH I1ETRAYI 'a HIS INTENDED WIFE. PHILADELPHIA, Feb. A. Craig. a young man of cood family and secretarp aud stenographer to Enoch Lewis, Purchasing Afrent of the Pennsylvania Italtroad Comcany, wan to-day f entonced to two years and six months la the East- ern Penitentiary by Judge Klcock for tetraymir. under promise of marrlafie. MIw Kllzabeth Benlson. Mist IlCDJaou, who la a pretty and modest appear- ing girl, won much sympathy In court by her lady- like bearing, while Crmc distrusted every one by his supercilious and heartless manner. She testi- fied thai she and Craig were regular attendants at the name ohuroh, and tuAt mado his acqualnt- unoe at a church supper three years ano. lie oame to see her occasionally for two and after that bo kept steady company wlih uer until Febru- ary, 1882. He oame on Tuesday, Thursday, and Snnday ulebta. and occasionally look her to prayer- mooting on Friday nlcht He Onally proposed to her, und she accepted htm after their pironts hnd contented Under them. after re- peated attempts he suceeededlo accompllsnlnjrher luln. When her condition became known and tier parents ailted him to tulfill hlsoronilse of marriage he refuted said bo would ruin bor character If thej fti temp ted to prosecute him. Ho said tbat Do oould have tbe oase kept out of court and would liavo tbe whole Pennsylvania lltllroad Company to bauk him A number of highly respectable Do-sons teallfied to iSouiion'u good nume. InoludluK tbubuper- In ten dent of tbe bunday-scbool which she at- tended. Tbe case was so ntronc when cution closed that under toe advice of his counsel Craljc withdrew his plea of notanllly and threw himself on the mercy of ihe court. Judge t'lcock said he would he mort-tful. When Craiir heard tbe words "two years and six moQtlis at hard labor" the smirk he had worn all day cave placo to ex- treme pallor, and his llpa twitched nervously in BDito of hw efforts to appear calm. WILL OF A JfJIiE VICTIM. ABOUT A QtTARTEB OF A MILLION DOLLARS WILL BDllN'RD IN THE FIRIC. MILWAUKEE, Feb. 28.-Mr. Snyder, husband of I. E. Van Loua'a adopted daugliter, is expected to arrive from the Eaat to administer on the estate of tbe tialorlunate man who. It will bo remem- bered, lost bis life In thu Newhall Houso Ore. Mr. Van Loon left an estate worth between 5200.000 and most, of wuloh la in bonds and securi- ties or paper that can readily be converted Into cash A, K. Foote, n personal friend of the de- ceased, asked for letters of administration, and a ot attorney to care for tlie effects of Van Loon was manted by the Probate Judge, it wan ascertained that tbe Public Administrator would luire to take charge of the estate unless provision bad been made, but about this tint It was learned that a will had been made 10 years naming Mr Rayder as the Administrator. He wau aaked to come to Milwaukee to settle the t-itato. anil will soon be n ere It la said inat the will elves to Mr WBn Loon's sister. to his adgpted daughter. Sl.OOO to ht. Paul's Church. Alliany, N. Y., anrt smaller puma to a number of Deraons The realdue was to be divided pro rata between tbo sister and daughter He bad made a later will, it ie said. Dink Inr a dif- ferent division of the ostute, but document WHS probably In his trunk and wns lost In tho fire. When Mr Foote Mcntlll -d Van Loon's body at tbe Morgue he found bis watcb, worth a pocket-book, and eoreral otuer lLinus lylnp on tbo marble slab beside tho body He secured posstw- Hion of eTerylblnir except a valuable rlnjt, wliljn somebody stole. In tlia In uubh.aud railroad stock, worth, at the present ana These were the Probate Court. of thu (llfformit turned ovui to tbe oOicluls of CKOVfKLL THIEF" PocanKKEPSiKj Ftb. Judge Whoaton, by authority of thu Misses 'lailmao and Mrs. At- will, makes thu follpwlnR statement: Tho ladles who tare lost by tho robbery have not set.n Crowd! since his son-la-law, Mr Parker, Informed ttiem of tne crime I Thoy have not been fruutlo, have not denounced Crowell, in fact have done nothlne except receive tlio Intellleenca quietly and coolly, and have bad no Interviewer cemmu mcatlou wllh the defaulter. All thK h. s been or said upon the subject ol tkolroxelle- lueniordenuuuUtloD of Crowsll U ihe rever cot truth Kor Is It Irue tbat Cmwell lield a power of uitorney from Mrs Atwlll. He simply did cert.-iin huslaess for her under her Immcdlaie buperviaion and iDntruutlon. und In tho tioinattlon of sui'li be otitulnrd access to her box of tles in the bank, niauy of iocurlties ho llburatoly stole It Is a. of cratid Inrcenyo far ai Is concerned, mid doos not rise to ttio Oiari-.ty even of embezzlement. U la pure, imked .tealimr. Mm Atvklll's acuurateand mellioaicalbiiliitu of uie well known to many of our ppoplo anil, ullEgutili t'rowoll h.id the ninilileure of Iho fumllv, aa ho had the eontldeneo of every one ho knexv him. be was intrusted 'With no treuoral HUtliorltv from lira Atwill bo far as tho U concerned Crovvoll was elmply a common thiof TO BK MAXCHT-STKII, N. J.. Feb. A caso that is uttnictini: muoh attention Iu the vicinity of this placo Is lhat or Gooreo Hoadloy. of New Cirynt In Plimiflteail Township, Counu. Inttroma loullifomo tll.ic'uva reftBilibite lep It, buttled local [jliyalcians. several eminent nhvsicmns from I'tiiladuliJhla Imvo oeou Iho unfortuunlH man of invoi that it is leprosy It Is th.it plicatioa lor his admittance to an ludtitution refused. and KEW-OUI.KANS, Fob. second game of bill I nr da between Eugene Carter, of Cbieaso. uud Frank JUagxiula. of New Orleans, cliampltm oE the South, was played evculicr attiruno- wabl Hall. In luK cltv. for a purso of glvou bv Cant. John Jllller Tho l.Mfl poluia up mil was won by Tarter In 51 anJ In I liours und 5 iiHnutes, lluui-iola at Un> ohih-o 8J7 Tho tun mado by Curler was and by Macglola SISO PR1SO.V SINO, Feb. earnings at Blnjt Prison for tbe mom j of Fobrunry are C4091. ezoeudiiuroa. Eia, and profits ii.450''l. AFFAIRS IN THE OLD WORLD CRIME, DISTRESS, AND AGITATION IN IRELAND. NO XVAIIRANT ISSUED FOU MAMENTAUY DlSTIttSS AND TIIE OOVEIINMENT'S POLICY. DUULIN, Feb. freeman's Jour- nal says it is authorized to state thnt no war- rant baa been isbuod for tho arrest of Mr. Bronnan. Mr. Taylor, a prominent landlord of Holly- woll Park, County Limerick, baa beon way- laid and beaten. It is foared hig injuries will prove fatal. The election in County Dublin to fill the seat in bhe House of Commons r.iado voeant by the death of Taylor, ra- bulted in the return of Col. King UariuW Conaerrativo. who received 2.514 votes. thousand four hundred and twenty-eight votes wore cast for Mr. AIcMahon, tbo Nationalist candidate. Mr. Thomas Guinness, the second Conservative candidate, received 13 votes. An election for member of Parlininent for Portarlington was held to-day, and resulted in the return of Mr. K. A. Conservative, who received 10 voltes. Flfty- soven votes were polled for thfe Nationalist candidate, Mr. Mnynn. was cnnsed by tbo accession of MJO Hon. Bernard FiUpatnek, Librtral ConservatiTo, to the peer- by the death of bip'father. Lord Castlo- town. LOUOHRKA, Feb. distress nmonK the people here is alarming1. Crowds of per- sons mo hrsii-elng tho houses of the priests clainonng for food. Tho Town Commissioners hnvo been hurriedly convened to take meas- ures toward relieving tho wants of tho people PAIUS, Feb. The Radicals are at tha arrest of Rvrne at tho instance of tha Brjtibh Government. Tlio Intrdnnyfimt accuses tho Oovernmont of Basely cringing in order to meet English exigencies. An active invoitifiBtloti is being made into the circuui- btnnces of tho arrest. It la expected thnt other arrests of supposed to be connected with tfto troubles In Ireland will bo made Frank Byrne appeared before the Public Pros- ecutor to day for examination. He loilerntod tho replies he made at tho Prefecture of Po- lico yasterday, and denied tliat bo was guilty of oflsnesmntion. in tho crime charged. Ho refused to reply to furtherquestloninir. lie is kept a close prisoner, no visitors bomp al- lowed to BOO htm. The Council of Ministers will finally decide whether ho shall be surnm- uered or not. Feb. Childers. Chancellor of the Exchequer, discussing in the llouso of Commons this afternoon thu dis trees' in Ire- land, naiti tho Government would uot shrink from tailing btiong measures if thoy were like- ly to havo permanent effect. He pointed out that wages were hiRh nnd tbat tho distress only affected overcrowded dlbtrtrte. Ho hoped that the Irish members would do what thoy could to restore confidence In Ireland, so thnt promoters of publlu works would bo able to obtain loans from private sources instead of from the Govornment. LONDOV. March Times snyf: "The application for the extradition of Brvne nnd Bherldan justify tho belief that the Government have n strong pnrna facie ca.se to lav Iwjfore the French and American authorities. There will be stt-ong popular protests in Franco and America against the extradition of persons who, it will bo alleged, are being prosecuted for what is ically a political offense. American Judges arc not inaccessible to political Influences, and the fear of the Irish voto Is over before the eyes of American politicians." OUTRAGES nr ANARCHISTS. THE BOCIET7 OF TUB "BLACK HAND" ASD TIIE TROUBLES IN ANDALUBIA. MADRID, Feb. the Chamber of Deputies to-day, Seiior Candam submitted an Interpellation in regard to the Socialistic troubles in Andalusia. He neclared that a so- ciety called tb9 "Black similar to the Internationale, existqd. It aimed at collective instead of Individual rights of property. Ho exhorted tho Government vigorously to re- rewress tho organization. Sonor Guyon, Min- ister of tho Interior, replied that ha had known for a year of tbe existence of tbo "Black and bad placed tho affair in the hands of tho judicial authorities. Tbo Prefects in Andalusia hod boen enercctically precautioned to protect tho farmers. Tho Republicans pre- sented a motion asking for a Parliamentary inquiry with regard to tho arrests that have been mado in Andalusia. The debate on tbe question was Used for Thursday. A band of masked and armed men, supposed to be members ot a secret society, entered a farm at Puerto Serrano, Andalusia, and mur- dered the men, outraged tho woman, nnd destroyed everything on tho place. Several plantations in Andalusia havo been partially destroyed by similar bands Some etuis- nries of a tocrot society who been arrested were found furnibhod with fresh ordeis from their chief, a schoolmaster, who has olbo been Thirty-eight arrests have been mado In Malaga, including that of an ex-Mayor of tha city. TniESTE. Feb. four persons nr- rested last August for sending bombs fcom Venice havo been released after an inquiry into tho cose. Tho Austrian Government has been Informed of their release. KOMK, Feb. emigrant1! from Trieste and six other jiuisons Imvo boon ar- rested in connection with the throwing of Lornbs here yesterday. It is bolioved that they include the bomb-throwers. CURRENT FOREIGN TOPICS. PARIS. Feb. is Mr. Gliul- stone, in bia interviews yesterday with Presi- dent Grdvvniid JI. Challoinel-Lacour, Minister of Foreign Affairs, appeared to be desirous to bring nbout an end of the present lonsion te- tweeu France and England. ID is believed tbat fresh negotiations relative to Egypt are im- pending, not as hithorto.loii the bnals of a con- cfomoiitnji, but on an will place Frnnt-o in a more fuvoi'ablo position than abe now occupies, Surali Jiernbardt's creditors have appeared in court with regard to the recent safe ot her jowelry. It has boon shown that tho amount of monoy leceived u inbulnciciit to lepay tho sum lent thereon. LONDUX, Feb. meeting of the National Rillo Association wai held to-day. Tbo Duko of Cambridge, who presided, re- to tho American team m tbo last inter- national match. Ho said nothing could ex- ceed the Lmdnesb nnd hospitality the Ameri- caiiH eliowud to tho liritioh team durinir tho visit of tho latter to tho United Tha council of tho association, ho said, looked for- ward with pleasure to jcivmir an American tenm a most hearty welcome nt AV'imbledon DKUMV, Feb. Tho Duko nnd of Edinburgh, havo arrived here. TnesiKcr wed- dmj; festivities or t'io Crown Priiicoand Crown I'nncebb, winch wore postponed at tbe time of tho anniversary of the account of dt'nth of PrmcuClmrles. are inking placo to dny Tlio streets are with people. lJusts of thu Ci own uud Crown Prm- fO-.s aro ex tli l.i tod ntvuiious iiomts in tho oily, 'llio citv was illunuimted The Km peror William bos paid a visit to the Duko nnd Ducliess of FdmburgJi. VIENNA, Fob. advices from Ber- lin that Herr lie-million usltod Herr Hich- ter it tho would support n, Liborul llimstrj'. Horr Itichlor lophed in tbe nfllnna- tive. I tif said that dibagreeiuents could onlv De prevented if ftli olUciuls who had their Inllucncc tu petiec uto tlie Libeials wore dis- ini.ssud, und a direct and cener.il of elec- tion to tbo an Parllaniont cstjiblished. Herr liuuutgseu thought these conditions too hard. DEED8 OF RAILWAY itonnEHB A PEJIBECCTOB ATTKUPT TO BREAK JAIL. ST. LOUJS. Feb. 28 William, Jamos. and nichard Tliouiirton, brothers, who committed ei- tentlto rallrosd robberies In Dalian, Texas, eod who broke Jail some days auro, have been recap- tured Ther confcsied their icnllt. and promised to a larco number of confederates A dispatch frem Columbia. Wo sars: Edward Dalloy. a farmer llTlnit near here, aged 45, and Laving a lirire family, waishotann killed by Mrs Sarah Pearson at tha resWencu ef tho Utter In Columbia. A suit for Jl.000 damages was a few Instituted sanlnil him by Pasrsun IQr an alleged sssmtlt oommltttd rturlnir ono of his Lost nielit lie wtnt to the houin strain. Mrs. J'oarBOBH husbnnd a'jsent. nnd made his Into the hall When he neivr the door of her room she fired upon him twice, (ha Itsl shot producing Instant denth ALTON. 111., Feb. 23. -John Jones, a farm- baiid. crlmlnallr auitaulled a 10 year old daiuhtor of a farmer named haundem, HvloK hi Silver Cresk. last Tuesday Jones flea, leaving the child almost dead. A pursuing oreaalznd last nlirht. sap lured Jones at Kd wards vllle. and he confewed his Ktillt. Tbera Is strong talk or lynehlmr him, HKinoRPOUT, Conn., Feb. Charles Rog- ers. a Drofosslonn) New-York hurflar wlio was nentenced a days eito to cleht years In the Slate Drlron for breaklair Into two Doasei ID this city, made a  bitch whoso cnmltj I to bare aroutcd brviDoalce Ihulr crlmlnaJ arts In connection with star route jury The of the'o ajid iholr hire one of whom buof lato been permitted to luflult the oeoplo of thli Diiinct bjr bis ID tiie Jury roura. will be defeated, and tha public will then MO tbat roy ID this mallei lias been honorable and just." The Chairman of tho Citizens' Committee, began, and carried on the investigation which has revealed so tnucb rottenness, that detectives and others implicated tried to frighten of the committee by threat- ening to publish Bcandalouisloriee about them, and that ho WILE eo threatened. Tliose tbreaU drove several men from the committee. THE PROCEEDLNOS IN DETAIL. WASHINGTON, Fob In tho star trial this m online Mr IniccrsoU retiUued bis crocs- exatnlDS-tlon of llordell The haadwrllloe of tbt different papers had boen the subject of a lotur In- quiry durlDK tbe direct eiamiDation, nnd the samt around wm aftala covered In tlio {rota examuia' tloo. Is tbat Pcck'i Mtmaturet It Is I'ftis the paper sjf.d Mr It ccnoll sarcas-' tlcaJtf. "If }ou looked 'at It lo cbango your mind Mr Merrlck objected e you to Mr Ice rsol'.'s cutting off Uie In tho middle of tin i Mr Injtorsoll deulod the chargo. ind an angrj FIRKVKX. Feb. is considerable comment hero among tho members of tbe 1-ire De- Iinrtinent and othnrs In tbo action of tha Klro Cora- nilssionerB i eltlici j nearly Ijnil Ita hud he Hair prcd thure irxt a dupllrailon of on uuiuy l.oi riooj roiili' and reuorlfd U to Mr U endeavored to bring out the con- vernation on that occuklon. iiMtrtine tlintJlt woult! show perfect Inieurlly, faud thit Uu lini restladcd tbe order Immediately. 1 he'prosttu tlon resisted altemyl Hiidthucouri held lhaf U was not matter for crow lilie Tflt-   

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