Syracuse Sunday Herald

April 24, 1881

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Sunday Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1881, Syracuse, New York THE SUN HERALD. VOL. 1. KO. 50. SYltACUSE, N. Y., SUNDAY MOUSING, APKII. 24, SL'PPJLEMEXT. PRICE FIVE CEMTS THE NEW CAPITOL. TEE HAMXZ.EL5 Of THB TEHS CUVSISG KZKEU.Y. TtutI juu ftlrUu; Olr TazSrvcir UEXUJI I Tfcd toward lim tui of Uw utrti- luuuaan Gt ttl ytfcfd cUatsJ uujrily. Tburtt are nearly a ItotuaeJ of ktuuorulifen, good tiifetr tnulo nt> duuU, but all nl ccUritalioa of eud hi a tUMuura of H'jxVr; for tbry do not ivork with the vim Ihby dipw-id Urlu of the ooaiplatiou of tbe Wby ihoal.l thrro bo bista to etjirivn o.itaoli of sucli a jtuilabto job. TUere is therefore u ot and rlowuafeol ataoiis the also DO'. juvlosgnl a wwcd tho uanipd bv th? Capitol Couiini? Wiih tUtt MHiad uf tho w at S 1'. M. ia quarry, or raxasr yard, ail IbMrluM-banJ hammers drep iind laborers start fur home. I UMVB ofl-ii wUbod that tbe taxpayers ci the Slate could wo tbe sirorts about capita] L M. oa Tory art? fllltvi with a rro-A'd of workuigmen nich- ing to ti-ir hoaifs. One might Ibiiik froia ilitir multitude that H army bad ranks. Their uunibcT is lily largr. There arv jaany unskillful mea thi-cx IJul Suporicteadtat Eaton it to the pat upon him bv both Rtpabli-.f.a and Deaiix-rtitic politicians for for thtir His own oiHi-ml would lip did not comply with their tl filaat, Una. Iliinl a nucjilna uailona to tie rail. Hi wUl U- Mtoa weJr? froeii of nod Territnriei. iu-I-iJia j IHiirirl of CdiimUi fna IrWiu 1 of CdiimUi, fna IrWiu 1, urovinmi. IHi- tacn-i V.'J tQ'i fuuf, intva rouryii tofi, Tta ircpbf. t aui a llolfhliJ rife wUl Tbe lilirf to lh? U. S. ancjr uulias Uie lugliml f-t i iropby. RAILROAD AFFAIRS. I A WHCNG It jitrhaps is coiaswa Ibat tbe KepuV-lioim have all tha pntroa-Hgo of the capitol, haviag all three of But Capitoi Cam- fire too slirowd men to deuy patroaage to the Democratic iaenibtrs of tbo uiea must unlea they ure, thoro might .some ngly inveotisatioEs startfld, which coeld oot be beaded off by the HepubUrund to tbs pRtronagw has been givi-n. 'Dia Cspitol Ls therefore a corruption fond; which corrcpis the lending politicians here aad auUtes them IndilTereac co the iateresy. Witness the alacrity with vi-hich the SeaEM has just the approprin- of This mad" for yeivr. fiat no was iwde to lb? apprcpriatioa beyond a feobta atttu-c br Htlberi oo tlie compen- sation of iho Ktrw Youl. dirbrtors of tlit OcUal road bd-i nbort ttii maraiug. but owiag to th4 of from tbo rood, the of the traSQc al- liaiioa was poitpoucvi uutil nart TufcjlAT. wlita a finaj nient-a- will be told. Jay Oould ii euxiou ta Lave Now Cvo- iral nicttriv stttlMl brf hu departure for. the and Lu delajnl bii trip a four cUrs. I jiij- Shore is f soSJ, and it ia rumored ouniaratni Ln tae of and O. ilill, will makb their (ipHSiramv on the Ktrcut nest wt-t, and that H large quantity of which has lvt-n borrovrrd will Vmidrr- i will sail usit Saturday for rur this morning for an of traillc with ths New Yort Crntrul, with privUego to to mis-ueof sUx-k, auiouuting to H.-. I whic-b i; r.t two por Oiu'o, April TL9 director: of Painesvilio i Youngsto-.Tc railroad, mostly of Kew Vork, met to-day and elected Gwirga M. Tatten, of Maine Central roilivad, I'atien succeeds P.. J BROUGHT TO LIGHT. SIOKY THIS puUjr -.j viura rivnid i. 1 of Mcilicif J, a funnrr rivh S-Jt'-U- d !s loo for Uie Uo-Sl o! ly aad SirMirk-c bad no tnovra and ia a f bi> will eipmtsly aaj of hii Uiiff cw for tin or cfcgnxs. TbB TinKi-.SInr f'--un.l a vaiuablfi of ootip: J by a t-cloivj mca and fiuiily. n-itro KU it of bis wsfc. and mo-hcr dfaJ isiajoaaire'i wsi fouad liiiaz in Hf'Ji BhelaWyrarsof aatl thit tli3 vraj bora SL Fnuirii. Innn, McMlrl'fs et that tiaia lir.-J. Sha hsd n brother. a child o'. Ho- j iLlL-kro. MfllifiE-.o har her broiiir, tsd raifcj Un-ia lid ereattyiilj feat Uieai both to Ciac-iasaU to be Bad dnal'y tuored liloi- vlt aod nrulc tlie riiy bis fuaire Lomr. Ujd EaU, hf r- THE STAR ROUTE SCANDAL. Even as politicians the Kepublicna ma- jority was short-sighted. It IE well knovrn Ibat tho furmers of ths State groarsod tmder tbeirintreafwl taieslait j-ear, which vrere due to the large appropriation for ths capital, and that oven in a year it was hard vrork for the Republicans to carry the State. Arhat must bo ths solt of making an vnormoas appro- printion lor the ne'.r capitol, and in a year the Rupublicans Rre indifferent to oil election and nill not ordinarily raoic to tbewjlis? Doesitnot ossraT! the The Deajocruts, somo extraordinary IKOce of bad fortune befalls the party befcre The 2Sovciribor election? It is the ciore extraordinary bccnnse there is co need oj pressing the building to con-.rvle- tioo. Public bcudiags ia Europe are buJt some portions them bainj "jTXifed over for years. THE COST OF THE ECIiDCfO. Sir. Eaton, tho Superiuteadcnt of the new Capitol, has just submitter! a refresh- ing report to the Assembly :on the of completing the building: It ires in re- sponse to a resolution introduced by Mr. Brooks. -3Ir, Eaton says: :Tns Trails of the east front can bebailtup and roofed during the present fiscal year, nnd toe in- terior of that part of the can be finlsned'iiy iTsy 1st, 1S-.-2.' I think that ia .tie year ending Jfr.y 1st, tho balance the walls could built up and tho inte- rior cotouleted, Tho above work would require erpenditure of f ns per the estimate referred to in the" resolu- tfou of the. Assembly. The remaining "work could probably then be done and the bniMiug Cached in" the foUowins year." the and cents was read oiT in the Assembl v yester- ilay. "Dicf Ke-r.ican of Brooklyn, naiJ, loudly; ''Xaver mind the twenty cents, Mr. Bpgaker: III jny that myself rntbsr than not see lie oapitol completed." "OITE cs A CITEW, A Llflgh followed, which attracted itr. Alrord to Mr. Sewman's seat. "Uire us a chew. said 3tr. Alronl. Mr. man pnt hand on his desk, aad polling out a rather lorge and deep tobacco bor, banded it to 3Ir. Alvord. Tco saga took the box end pressed tho lid, wlisn. presto] the lid flung itself back with a jtrk acij R jumping- jack emerjiHi and ipranj; bait -way to the criling of ths Assemblj- cliflrnber- Mr. Alvord was dumb Triti; smardTnent for then lanshet! heartily. THE M'CAr.raT CJIASTEK. Senator McCarthy jiushetl his for Ivow York city through tie Senate yesterday. If tho Hll becomes a law ha really have accomplished a great deal for Xsw York riiy. Responsibilities i> -rrhat is lacking ia tlie Sew York Bient. Every department has tliree or four oonnnissio35, so that if anything goes wroag the blams of blunders can be dii- tribuKd over tint untnber ot shoalders. Moreover, the Mayor bss been shorn of all his powers nnd is fatally locked up a sconndrrily Board of Aldermen in appointing heads of do- 3Jr. HcCarlliy has changed tlis; he has given the the right of appointing the heads of departments Triihost the confirmstifiTi of the Board of Aiuermcn. He has also reduced the num- ber of heads of all the departments. did I say "all.'1' that is a mistake. The department of docks is still awarded three commissioners; perhaps in reward Tor its smiling face when sazing npoa Syrncnse contractors. THZ BJULROAT) WVMIPSIOJf. "It is timo this Legtlalaro Chanucey 11. Depew. witfi a wos-'be- lice, on tta day Mr, DugnH's rsil- road commission bill passed the Assembly. .Ec-stiS SnJ it a to deff at that Ml this yenr than list- Most of Senators wonld like to be retailed 'and they know that the bnsines) Fopmunity-is noif greaUy sHrred up on Ibis finestion of high railroad rates. The feeling of resentment on account of special rates is especially- strong ia tie country districts, llr. Dcguid intends to piiih his ..till with great vigor in the Senate. The railroad commission may not nnd. it as easy a matter to smother tho as they did the bill last year which- forbado dis- crimhiarion in rates. ST. Mi.F.K- aTfeor- Slattrr. "W'AsmxcTON-, April routa scandal continues the rmuiing seau- tion, aad convicting and s-a-sstlonrJ gto- ries aro freely t-ircclatol A ber of rout-e contractors, whose names hava moatioaed in connection wjih toe hara ai-rived. Thoy cmpbntically deny any irregularity in th9 contract busiaets and propose to stand sqtarcly by General Brady. It is by a rear the President that the latter is determined to mato a clean sweep from the Postoffica Department of all persons connected directly or indirectly with tha "star" route Other do- pcrtraeats of the government will bs thor- oughly ovurhauled and all crookedness off. The President is thoroughly determined oa reforming tha civil service. LABOR STRIKES. The 31 cu jiutl lijtudlrm. 55T. LOCK, April The street-car men of this city inaugurated a general rtriie K' o'clock to-day, asking that a day's labor bo reduced from ths average of between 17 and IS hours to 10 hours- Two of the companies made concessions: the others are determined not to yield. Thus the companies have not found itaay men to take out cars. One car taker oa the Fifth line was assaulted and the conductor slightly injured. SjTJSt: OF CHICAGO DA-TDLEHS. CHICAGO. April Toe Illinois Central road is lo-da3' the only one holding out the demands of the strikers. Ko ars iroridag in the cat freight house, oEd oa.'y about a doien ia the in freight house. The compaay is makins fruitless eu.-lenvors to fill tlie places of the strikers. CENSURED II. Mirj Asa Via I r.; H3I v" lu t-r t, I'ltua 1EHIJ u-oci.-at wisb a varail ffll-l. Hid k- tbid uldad 'A J. II, Tii ic-Sf-i t-rt mil jury fcal A Tlituctilrr UrrMol the nlddlo or lir .Ms !0 a'clvic. a a s. ow aad v> r: yrsvni tad li) jirv I: turu-M L n .v. j_ Inrnfl uul of lij tr Aj-polm Ui tnltn r ABOUT TOWN. life, but mode no provisioa for wLa U aboct thirty -Siva thtrai ia will, lia that by a part of bit private lifo relsticij to to as theic was but ont ia trw apart- be fortver from the public. sho ordered her UiuibiT GUI f was, rfie aUvjpvi, a perfect uaJerstandias 'Jilt wii i njnoug ths eiwrutors. who allowed her find cornnj- ttr iilacc in. pvir old I pysuch portions oi the property as to house. inight find necessary for ibcir wimfort, but to H' wens f> kwp the faaiily oat of tha Wei taiea ia tad cnrtj f'jr TUB ttrtonishfej Ihp j towa gos-sips aa.i mad' tha ttilorBJ faiailj I __ tir return. Of ths objects of public iatenst. j aad r> Sofrley J blix'k aail dfciaaded adadtuuice to Uiu i of Mrs. Aft-jr onir j 'lalay the ceor owaod i m'd th? or i ,-tEi JIK. c. tis attired ia a 1, kirKarn. I irtr. CaptsiaSeeTey took theai both into Yonr, April steam- i end they" were w ihe ships for London, for po3i'--e ofllco and lockad up. Tbe ci-j sjave Liverpool. Ciq- of BerUa for Liverpool, of Auburn. !a. and Swiueruisil for Antvrrep. Arrived, tha Somerset from Bristol, tha CiaibrU from Hamburg, aad tha Siderland llOza Antwerp. LJ-TEETOOL, April the Bsvariaa. from Boston. Sailed, the Ohio for Philadelphia. HAVRE. April tha Lessiag for Saw Yort AIoviIiE. April ths Fara- essia, from Tork. April tha ScytLia froai Kaw Vork. Brll Tntrn Xa P.T n Brlle. Last whiis Charles B.--K of C-irilMd rouaty was pasrisg throujb Eiat Wash- irglon street ead when near las coraer of a iafr wiio seese-i to ia- nencaiated with the coaatryia.ia. His hrart was th? en- ed into rlost convfrsstion ic which r was Uaidc-1 to S? day, aad e copy of i: w-s hazul> Dagnld, Raid; iL I cnna is aail ra- about incZ'J'iias to Chief thar th all the leading nien of bciioosi ftud in- I was in bed end should LJ CIE- "uetii3 ia Syraetia. FinancLiIIy it repre- sjoted over Such a petition wes never in this section. When given to Ur. McCarthy by ilr. James S. Wcrnb, the Senator is said to have stated that he wonld thar of two weeks tha desired meas-ire would fce a law. 1L-. i fcbost I a, would have no trouble gettjag to Is- can jaa tad tad I througtia Thcs it will i, ste i L s ii4 go; it at cosia u: -Jarteoa ifary Aaa shj was an driak- Onlrrv i "WifiHiNGToy, April viaw of tha IhreatemBjj coa'litioa of at Tcais, the United Scales sttacicr, Tipsc, has been ordered to that port to loot after AaaarTcsa i no fjccess. interests. The Galeca has beea ordered to loc.k after African iatcraU IE tla Tralars of Grewx- and Turkey. Etar Adiniri! Itcagcrs is ordereil to re- Kit of ths Jiaval Acadejr.y at Aanapcii-. The latter -will tata coiamaad of cha Pa- cific station, Bear Admiral Bryson. commanilioj the Atlantic station, has axkod to be ro 1 lieved. Comaoodore Shotts. soon to iMde rear admiral, wfll be oniersd TFS ULTFICCXTTES gor, Hoprfcl, Sorrel uoa, Slivcrtoa, Fred Douglass, Amber, Drrrr. lowers, Uca, UaoJala. ilediSB, e. liowdy 3ov. B-nj aid. are at "tbe iarlonal receiviif con- Q05ST? 4X050 E7EiI ES3 W liks to (Octroi ef 1 ferari.' tiTv i> 1-? aad -whfrtiitir U ow or I wiJJ not pass." ago that my friead, JvL Lad ui) ca Sia cacslj. :a a of ba wa> irara that ta going >a LJJ druius'I] ta hid even na.i aa I rship which b-M year by Mr. AJezaail'r Von tte of the ffttou. atrrrnsan tioa. Yos, Mr. Drai4 to fil! iis ediMr'i ia that regard, but either his feet wen too larga to get ia or they ware iO emaTl that tapping ia as fcs was abcrjl b over threshold that leatli to the o2-L-e, the sho-a ctt At eay rota, ia did there, and Mr. Von Lacdberjj. as I am in- formed 63" do TrrEy IV'niiJ another ysiar. Hr. Drake in- tended. had he receivrJ appoiutsuat ha coveted, lo appoia; Kr. McConcicir. police court -lerkani dry Attorney Kcaop's his cferfc. Bnt as it w cow Kr. snd Hr. KcGonnick looi far polit- ical favors. e contrOTerjr cvar tlie apfoiatmeas ei-Aldsnaaa CahilJ, who -wtti in the wsigh-loci: office lart year, ccctiass to bob u? sererjely, acdl aai toil that Senator McCarthy aad Asssaibiyraan are helpia? him bob. Hr. Wants to go ead I ha wfli get tiirs "bj a y." By tha way, Horace Candw ia looiicg a little after the Ssiatcrship. Bat ia loot- ing HB the ladder of poliacal fama hs mar place his azabiucc oc thd rocad znarssd. "Senator7 with the thought that if ia, reacbiag for teat ha should aiis his told, fce might the rorad below oa wiicb ajwears tho word "Assemblyman." Kr. tha isaiKr phiZcsopJucallTr, if QT friend wao disfd with, me atWind- hoiz'5 the otier afreraoon tcew waas ba sMut. Mr. has beaa. r a fsw can1 appomtdea cha of: helping out. tho patronage, asd yet IE may be just ES J. J. Beldea says. Ths subject of appoinaceata, how- svcT. rests solely noon one thicg: whether A. B. Cornell is Governor Sf thisSiste or whether he onij- recrweati Senator Coniliag. poUacsl patroaage caHs to agaai the fignT; over the in- atiTa of CEef Harvey, which is ta 10 e'cicck. fcchmorrow if anr- pDliriciaas are ont ia foil force, -nest of theai sfreci to workiag in behalf oC KOBRIBLE. A IVOB Itarlrd IVhllr WV, Ohio, April Miss a domestic in a family at VTpst Ta., died suddenly a. few woets ago. Her faaiily hid moved to Missouri previona to her death, and she was givca a respectable burial by her emploTar, Fri- day some f rieods arrived from itissonri to remove her remains west, and oa opeaing the coffia to-day, it was discovered that the young lady had been buried alive while in a trance. She had awakened in the grave and tamed over on her a'dt She was lying face her hands clenched jn her hair, and her distorted fea- tures plainly showing the intensity of the snffsriiuc sat; had undergone. PITTSF.USG, April Kred. Sick, crossing tie raihroad trite a te.Tn of horses yesterday, was by the engine aad thrown under the locomotive. He aad one of tie horses were iastastly killed. The uafoitunate man during the last thre-o weeks had lost three children from scarlet fever. Patrick wns sentenced to fo'ir years ia the penitentiary to-day for aiau- Cook Hall, shot and killed Ecner Foster hist -January, twelve years in the penitentiary this iaora- BOW-WOW, !Tlif VorW Kencli fihovr of SEW YOP.K. April fifth nnnunl i Vcrk bench show of dogs, wluch will j open r.i She nest Tuesday and last four days, promises to be the best exhibi- tion ever given in this city. Among the entries are aD the famous dogs of this coun- try and many of England. The clab wil! exhibit eight famous pointers not entered for competition. There are 1.200 entries, the values ranging from to eaclu MINOR TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. THE RIFLE. Jlllllnrr Yop.c, April rot tbe condition of tho inter-State military and Interrnitionftl lias "bwn mads by. tha National Riflo associa- V tionT; The mutch will bo open to one team from each Stateanil Torritory, to coiiiist of'twelvomerahors of A firp yesterday Jlich.. dejtrpycd five'rraanesshonics. Loss, N At Xewart, Ohio, TV. P.. "VTings book- store was entered by burglars yridar night and worth of gold pens taken. At Heading. Pa Eddie Itoot agwl seventeen, committed saicide by hanging. Fridavtiipht, becauw tis f other threatened topniiib him. Fope was fonnd dead in Koston yesterday afternoon, with marks of vio- lencf, showing that she had ontraged jind mnrdered. Jnrecs Tracy has been ar- rested on suspicion, The for tho benefit of the Pec memorial fund WRS given last nigbt the Amdemv of Jlcsic in rfetvTorir in of a larse, fashionable and ap- VIP.CI.-CIA CnT, April are reports of ore bodies fomid in several here aad covered up to keep the knowledge from the public- Oa8 report is that the ore body in the Sirra Nevada is a mile long. Saiii-ofiicial report; say. however, that ail the milling ore has been reported in that mine, as well as the others. The hydraulic pump ia tha Combination shaft has been in operation several times and trill work regularly to-day. Promis- ing land has bean discovered in several tuuies. Krna and Xleel JBrniatislralioii. PiTTsnunc, April At Grove tils afternoon representative; iroai Jii of Amalgamated iron and steel associations convened to fir tlie data and place for holding their annual tariff demon- stration. and appointed n committee to arranga'a program and fix the date. It was s-tattd that President Garfield, Secre- tary Blaina nnd many other public men have agreed to attend the demonstration. -Blc .Still on tbe Klir. OMAHA, April There has been a further rise of three inches in the 3Iis- soori river and it is still rising The weather to-day is dear and the prospects are more encouraging, Tba transfer buildings are now in and are only accessible to tbe east, by boat. Strong hopes were entertained this morn- ing (hat the water wouldn't jro nmch hicbcr, bntcsitis still rising, the fsituro is f nil of uncertainty. Failure Orr Oood. Trxdr. YORK, April The failnrs of E. H. il3nn Co., dry goods merchants of St. Louis and at Xo. "M Worth street, is announced, and has occasioned much snr- prise in tbf trade here, as their credit was good and there was no rotimition of any financial trouble. The liabilities are about the greater part of which is ;n Xew York and Boston. It is stated that Bishop Spanlding of Pcxjria, vihota transfer to the of JTewart was reported probable, bas written deprecniing change, on the grornid of great attachment to his present charge. Dnring the past week -JO deaths from ty- plics fever 11 deaths from snudl-pox were reported to the York Board nf Health. The number of deaths registered by the Burwin of Vital Statistics last week was offset bv marriagzs and births. _ Frnm CESTIU.I.U, III., April; Winter wheat hss improved in npprsraTrre per cent, during the last five days, and the are, that southern Illinois will yield the largest crop ever known. The acreage is IS per cent, larger tlian Some fields which tho fnrmers tliouglit en- tirely dead now show fifteen per aero. The harvest will be fonrwceks later thaclastyenr. Farmers nre bnsy sowing .oats nnd preparing tie ground for corn. The straVrlierry and apple crops will lia largo. :The indications are unfavorable for 'B Fraimle Lawyer. BOSTON, April Josephine made Application Chief Gray to-day to be admitted to practice at the bar of this commonwealth. Her case was presented by Charies K. Train. Attorney General. The Judge intimated tha: ha did sot thiri ths law wonld admit the Dies, bat would refer the matter to the Ml Scpreme Comt for decision. IVASHISOTOS. D. C., April For the Middle States slight- ly warmer, fair waither, sontheTij winds, and lower barometer. PLAYING A SUCKER. of Fnlton Ona evening last -week a young man, tlie pniprietor of a billiard anil pool room in Fnlton dropped into liorris- in a cnMial -way, and after considera- ble banter Mr. who hn.l.bean introduced by> friwid AS in a gans nf pool. At tha. opening of tlie first gamo'.ic almost. Most of our readers ar; STrare tha salt to ilartia Cooasy, at j-jst bcyoad tbe toll gate on the Liverpool read, were .dis- covere.5 to IM on fire about 1 o'cloct yes- hy of" Sir. Cooney's who vers? Sshiag for ted that they completely destroyed in a.n incredfy.y tirae. The Cre had I-ci-ii fe5 ia the ecgino house, sitnated Et U.B west snci of tic aorthemiaort block. rived'ia that'tiirectioa, KS that iaSnscra ._ to a rery great extent. j whic- to r Siean a oi mj-Jor. inai was ell i was is about ivtatf-o. CONDON COPPED. Lou-- _____ j CErEr SAanrr Zlxui oz CJeddrx who ha? Kn At Uje OI for tiar or ciiirr th- jiirv retired and aftei1 a short iocsi cricketer, A rule this year "Kill catch rnriers rapping. Ii a i-ucaer oa first to ma 05 a fotJ hit, he can be a arrangezaesit ay except ths meat Prectfce, who i barli was scarcer oaarspate j wien Condca in and'at in tint direction 5Oir.e i lor UiS monav drawer, prenricw .n.J a woman j 'jnM! bi bed" tha nocsy ia his hand and then o'.tt upon him, when !ie tarsw dowa tbe rarjr.ey and begged Prentice to tick hia: aad 1st him go. i'ren- tice him he ban CGHIV too oftea aad to accominodaTe him. A war- rant wos swora oct asd Coadon passed TVedaesday night in the lock np afer pleading net jfGHrf. Upon tried tbfl evidence was too plain to admit of a doubt aa2 be was coavicirf aad sect to tie Oa- cndaira far three and i M. thar I r. f, ibs esceptioa of tiis Eiaiad ell havs st tfcna beloagri to I the League. THE SPORTING WORLD. i _ _____ i TTarrea ssitli savs ce Trollrn in rM with a aftemoca that the iavesiigaioa had adjoaraEd ior one was received witk gruaibUag oa the pan of thosa-alio do cot peases iuch fsittia human nature, and was srroagiv hinted that Chief wa.' to be ''white-Tvashed." Only these who have about town asd codced ths puliiag of different wires csa brgia to ioasine tha of influence which been brocgat ta bear rom Mnrphy. Titr. iL is a asV maa ia tie Bcardasd has net been called rapoa to scow, by s eiactly how he "staacU, ead tnongji he nlay vote after the iavsstjgation is closed, to rsiaovs the Chief, yet it is eodlv seen that in. HiaE he would cot show clearly where be iiocd. sappose ths Inresti- gatisn aad a vote cpon ststeit were Crrd under precisely entailing ths entire loss of the baC'Ungs, with considerable nwchinery aad a large qiiantiiv of aalt S40.KW to Ilorcefi ajnd, --'iTB' Yosi. April Th? COT-miti-iS of Association of Amateur Oarsaiea me; at _ 12? CoratH crew are hard at prs- paring for their trip to Itiilai- mated tocovir i the expenses from the time o' leaj- inglthacs. Of tiis thesia3saB i have mtwnibcd SUM, paid in Hotel, Orvili? Strain irKo, 'favins bat 53M yet to be collected fron A raw FACTS. In order ta rive tberc-ader an intelligent ii'en of tie situation of a-Tairs just now, it BIT.J be well 10 a few historical facts. For soau! wesks syverai Sine salt manufac- tr.rcrs have attempting to organize a salt comjacy rfmilar to ;hose in tie past. shonlH inrlufie all of the manTifactnrers here. All agreed to it bat two. one of whom was Martin Cooney. aad as it was not unanimous the proposed or-. i GREENFIELD WEAKENS. fell through. Soon after this Sir. Cooney claims to have received an anonysons letter thrsatening to talcs his life destroy bis property because ha company." He has no doabt that this fire was the fulfillmeat of that threat. Hi? rcsvia for not entering craiTwnv. ns.givcnbv biaesif, is that ttey too iargea toejd of directors, he Fsid he wsnto'l tho business of the comnany in hands of tliree whom he to lo Obljtin n rommnta- forLinr. The serve which has npbe'il Nathan Cr-aado tiroush his trouble since tine of the mnraer of hi; over v-ears ago anal the lastad- dEciribn, seems to have given way at last. He has felt very badly aver since aud showed it ia his maccer. Peniten- tiary tfOcdals say that he is not the man he was. althoagh he hafc taken heart dcriug th-? ps5t few days. He says thsr his oiuy lope sow is ia the Govsrabr aad ba loots for a coanaatfitfon of senieaca to iroprisoameat for Hfe, He thinks tee ought to tern ja aad nalp ti'm get a.coniiautanaa. Haating- ion, who has stood so 'or tie ontr froa: the ttaxt. has not visited him tie latest decision, and GreecfwM is aaxicn; to see hiia aad have a talk ice ar.nna! regstta wOl be held in ITajhingtoc. tejaber and 2'i. Tho charges of hippodrorsicjr araiasi the illusion! rtrstrverssceclyo were i rciitiancd. The coamitto? refuird to take I up the case of the Potoniac 3Tid j Colombia clubs' race at lest j year. J. Doyle said tie Fotcrrjc dab withilraw fceca-jso of taa failure if to settle the dispute, jse withdrawal was cot rsoeived. SALT CTTT Tils iV the heeding of a them. Outade partis will Aad it is that tie realising -J.W'J wiB be wiB be forf Mr. TV. IQier of Kewark. S. t-aallsnge was accepted by Hr. Lit-; toer of this city, was is yesterday.: ArraagemsEa are completed aad will pMce 2sxt Friday. The (tewego Jimw says that Jacobf Sciaefer and Randoif Esisar ars to sirs bffijsrd ejchibitfoas ia t'ni'; sectioa shorUv. id will be ia Oswego berwees tha -th of prorid arrangements canf Coaries Pries, the chamjioa tea mil! ol aad P. J. McDonald cf' A who intimate Trith j faW make him a life prisoner, and says that one of his strongest tas no other objections to tbs organization was the fact! tliat among tlie directors were soroe gen-! tJetnen ba Vas f-poxvA io, pariicalnriy j i'r. Gso. A. Porlir.' Ilr. Cooney and Hr. Pc-rter Jiavc hfid some bnsrwss diffcreaces it K not necessary to state here, bci tjic-v have been sach e? to make Mr. COOIWT dMite Sir. Porter H> much thai b? TrmM rot ersttr tb? company if Jfce Isrter was to be on? of the mauiigers. advocate of the the other has betn as -warmly to it It is Someiime ago Jlrs. Ciara Crary began a suit for divorce from her husband. icn Crary. Both parties live in Liverpool ard Isve been aearly t-si years. i t EOT abcat savsa years oli tv cu are n fir.e lot." The weather was aaytai ont spring-Eke, for the scow was 'nyias and the west wind cst like a knife, while tile ground looked ss if winter was boua-3 TO stay a montii loneer. Howevtr, after- nc-Dn saw ns both behind Fowler's fOde yoaag Dan. bouad for TaUman park, where Feefe has win- tering tha horses, cnder his charge. Tfca FrofesEor, we ars sorry to 5sy, Ead jca gone up town, but be t so well known to year readers, that even tad he b-aea present no introduction wonld be cecsssarvf andss his trainer kaesv all abcat the stock we got very welL The st of adaitaryin tfcsyeara iSTS-O. aliped to have been at the bxraseof prostitotson kept by Josie Eiewitt on Clin- ton street, since wnidi time Mr. and M Crary, it is said, have not Kved coincidence -which tvc do cot pre- tet-d to be able lo solve, that tha property of gentlemen shorJd be the nig'it S-id from tie sama It hwvever, that Uw nnonvnion? Wler had nothing to do w-th it. think Ihey ar? on tb9 track of the incendiaries. shafi see wbethec they them or not. JTr, ?orter and Hr. Cooney, through Sir. H. H. Freeman. have muted in cffering reward of tSW for tip apprehpnsjoa street near Grape street for that purpose..' Mr. Xiver TriD not tha railroad. eays u'e'goes into company stoplyosi; actions. Bnt on tha other hand, soma ara mkiml eiiongh to sav, saprxsiiig thaevi- should ba that Mr. Kaanp would decide to vote acaiast the CaiSt, thea_ iir. llcrpoy wonld go over to 'Mr. Gere as thopgn struct by lightning. CX course this is ail stiecuIatioTibut there many who ftOV in that -aray. TThsa ths line of politicians. as has appeared ia. this matter, get out to -workit msacs some- thing and peopie might jtast as irsE jreedy for any oi aa anasmiceTaealL That Aldermaa Finegan should mix: op .inthe affair atal] seems to be a. surprise to even his best friends. One of vonr re- porters told me the fore part of ths -ircefc :tnat.iie bad nad a conversation wiik Wiegher oi Hay Halev -who is one of 3L-. F.'s appomtmtntH, and 3Ir. Haley stated on that- occasion that he thought ths Alder- mas was makmg a. mistaVe and wondered ihe .Chief, with the position whicz had been ottered thaS of a catrol- man. 3Ir. Halej said 3tr. F. was taminff .ersrythlDg 'Tipside for ilr. Har- .-ve.. I TTSS told teat a friend of ChieC nail bsen to Hr. Gere acd asf ed Mai to ad- jYjse Mr. Harvey to send in bis I do not tnjrw w'cstaer Mr. Gera so bet this Itaow, tliat tha Joes not thinfe of resigning. Oaths otter bs is qcite confidest that he trill re- Jast where ha is and when he jrell octof it, if he aver does, fce proposes, so some say, to mate it warm for certain. members of tie force. jEatter oi inflneacshas besn prettr tnorooghly canvassed chrring the weetoad that lie Chief called J.'J.Belden -err soon after that returned to'the city, but I understand that he does not propose to tave anything to do-with a-o scatter. It tUo stated Sal? Jasftha Chiefs) sister is employed ia Mr: family, bet that is poohed at bjr claim that owing tosoms money difficulties tie Cbirf and his sfeter ore not on good terms. MaQoDaod, by Uw HsiTgy man now, Thsra is it win bs rsmsmbsred. has been, retained bv Mr. Harvey as cocnsel, jcd Mr. Bager 'vta he p-gpiwjt the charges mdess TVrigit gets soma one else to present tbcai. cTnira- an aad thea upon him. Mr. Wright, how- mformed, took oouieeJ on tbe was advised thai he could do jost as ha done.- TVMch one is righi determined soon after fee bpea3 to-morrDTV. leaving my work for the T say a xvord aixrat tha -B-ayin which. -thefireiicncrctoniof tha Common Coon- CU'chamber lost Monday night when na iftem TUB sounded. Several of mem- oers of the department trere attecdiag lira meeting of the Board of Aldermen, so laar told, When the 'alarai strack. and in ordar fo get to of duty ft became oec-r esarvlo get out of building In almost of shape. The'result tbat the teams was hitched In hnrry that the reins ware crossed aad tna noises came 'going through the City Halt Tee firemen had no boffliMSS to ia Council chamber, and OT possanf, I nright say that them are .they visittJiatHieyshonld not. 'Tha :menbelong be wen if the "man insfeted that they sapold be' soitScouwto ;