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tSt gtfogiTrh Xnnr3, gatitrftm, Slang: 5f i 1887. EXEMPTION FROM TAXES THE XVEDENIT IMPOSES UPON TllIS CITJ. tUt rtCLD CODlS PROSPECTS RATIO A L OOARD FKX8IOXS T ASIOCf MEW MEASURES. Albany, March 4 Senator "Dunham is hoa 5w-York Senator wbu to outspoken sgsiott the practice of passiag bill exempting property 1 Hew-York City from taxation. It to kta belief thst all kind of property should bear ll.alr proportlouate weight of Uka burden of taxation, and tbaa by lu general distribution lighten ths load now throat on ladtvldnal eitUens. II to almost alone In the Senate In the Independent attltada which ha baa taken. Ha baa burrowed In thetai oRleaaaod la arery other public effloa where be eould obtain statistics showing the enormous Increase In tax exemptions during the past few year and the corresponding Inoreaaa la the tax thus thrown apon tndlvidusl owner of taxable property. The figures which be baa collected and will present to the Sonata at an early day are elguifloaul Hit Investigations show a marked tendency toward soldering the relation between Church and Bute, the Bute like a patient beaat staggering along under an to err Ml Dg load of church exemption. " The general statute and existing Judicial decisions relative to the exemption of property from taxation," tsys Senstor Dunham, M are so broad and liberal tbeterery deserving charitable r benevolent, educational, religious, and literary Inatltutlon can really obtain all the relief from taxation to which It to Justly subject, and for that reason every measure designed to give special exemption from taxation should tie carefully and thoroughly considered." The claim that charity should be considered in the Case of institutions be regards as flimsy indeed. Let as consider." he says, "what New-York City has tone already for charity. It spent in the year lIHd, f. 1.550,000 to support Us liepartuient of Cuentteeand Correction. It appropriated and paid to charitable societies, under the provisions of existing special acta. $1,205,000. It paid to charitable Institutions out of the excise fund BoSO.ooo a total of 93,305,000. In addition to this there was exempted from taxation in that city fur last year, property of charitable societies, the assessed value of which, if taxed, would have been about tao.ooo.oon, which, at the rate of Ui for that year (2.24 per cent.,) would have produced 9687,000. This amount of tax was an indirect appropriation to chart ties. 1 ha city of New-York, therefore, paid to charities gurtng the year Jutt closed no less a sum than -4,0tt'.i,000. Notwithstanding that the city of New- York pays millions of dollars annually for harttable purposes there is not a session of the uta legislature but what foiata or seeks to foist upon that city additional burdens by special legislation. "There waa exempt from taxation la the city of Maw-York for the year 1h0 real property, the asanaaed value of which, if taxed, would bave been f 277, HUM 00, which is more than the assessed value of tbe real and personal property at soy county In the Bute, except New-York and Kings. It is more than the ans eased value of the real estate in Albany, Erie, and West-Chester Counties combined for tbe year 1885, "Tba church and charitable property In New-York City exempt from taxation for 1888 was tn round Bgurea 75,O0O,0OO, a greater amount than the assessed value of the real estate of any county in tbe Stale, excepting Albany, Erie, Kings, and New-York, and about three timet the assessed value for 1 HS of the real estate In any one of the counties of Broome. Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Columbia, Livingston, Montgomery, Cayuga, Niagara, Oswego, Queens, Saratoga, Bt. Uvreiii, Steuben, Ulster, or Wayne. "It to high time that thia wholeaale exemption of property from taxation In the city of New-York was restricted. If not stopped altogether, as It It becoming a vary serious question. The greater portion of this property exempt, in fact nearly all of It is south of the Harlem Biverjou Manhattan Island, an island which sustains. Including all tbe parks, avenuea and streets, but a little over 13.000 acres. These soetiy charitable and religious Institutions with their ample grounds, which they probably would not hold If they were taxed, only tend to over-erowd and" increase tbe rente of the taxable property in the city. These exemptions are an Injustice to those who are compelled by ctreum-stances to Uve in the city, or who do business there." The exact antipodes of Senator Dunham to the Senator on his right, with flowing Dundrearys and benevolent eye Mr. Plunkltt. Mr. Plunkitt pas probably introduced more bills to exempt the property of rich organizations of one olana er another from taxation in his legislative career than any other man who ever sat alongside the legislative hopper. He would exempt them all from taxatlou regardless of tbe tact tbatlu tbe and his poor constituents, the people about whom ha occasionally discourses with tearful eloquence, will have to pay these taxes of their rich aud powerful neighbors. Only to-Cay be in-truduoed a tilil which deHiie as follows all that class of property in New-York which ought to be exempted from taxes: " Every building erected for th nse of a college, corporated academy, or other seminary of learn, g; svery building tor publlo worship, every nubile school Loum, ln hospital, court bouse, and Jail, ami Um several lots whereon such buildings are situated, and the furniture belonging to each of them." Gov. Hill hat Just vetoed a bill of Senator Comstork exempting 940,000 worth of property af a young woman s association In Troy, and Senator Dunham believes be will repeal the act when he receives the bill of Mr. Plunkltt In the Senate and Mr. Crosby in the House incorporating the Ml. Mary's Free Hospital for Children, which also authorizes a large exemption. A year ago the Field Code was introduced in the Henate, but was never allowed to escape from tbe Judiciary Committee. That committee to composed of Comstock, Smith, Kellogg, Knapp, all and -code; Coggeahall, who leans toward the code, but baa not yet quite made up his mind, and McMillan, Nelson, Plurce, and Parker, all of whom are code men, Tbe chances, therefore, of the Senate having thia piece of legal work brought before It are exceedingly good. David Dudley Field baa bad no doubt about its passage by that body. Seventeen votes are necessary. Already 13 Senator Jieve declared that they are bostlle to It. Tbey are Messrs. Cotuatook, Fa-fan, Hendricks, Iioysradt, Kellogg, Knapp, Marvin, Murphy, Pitta, Sloan, Smith. Walker, and Warn pie. Messrs. Onmstock, Kellogg, Knapp, Marvin. Pitts, Smith, and Walker are Lawyer. The outspoken friends of the code are Senators Low, Plunkltt, and these lawyer: Messrs. McMillan. Nelson, Paraer, Pierou, and Kalnes. The position of Senators I a sett and GrUwold it unknown. There remain, then, an even dozen of Senator who are doubtful. Home of them genuinely so. No money waa spent in the A-lembly, and none will be used in the Senate, Information upon thia point may or may not prove useful in determining tboae doubtful ones. u suou tnere are, who are wondering wnether Ky balmy southeast wlnda will blow them good ak pending the third reading of the code. It the lawyers in the country bring pressure to bear for the code that will determine the course f doubtful Senator from the Interior. The vote will doubtless be close, and nobodv cau with any degree of certainty foretell whether it Will be a favorable or a negative vote. Tbe resolutions of the New-York ami Brooklyn Republican, Democratic, and non-partisan club tepreceting delay lu passing a constitutional aoaventlon lull, partisanship, and deferring the vote on tbe convention's work until 183$. were lubmttted to the Senate to-day. Tbe clubs urge general ticket for New-York and Brooklyn. Senator Murphy and Assemblyman Hamilton both introduced bills prohibiting the erection of mora ahoda on the North and Cast River fronts, distance of every one-fourth mile shall be kept New-York, and providing that one pier at a clear for miscellaneous traffic, and until this has been done tbe Dock Commit ton ahall effect no mora leases. Senator Trephagen Introduced two hill similar so those offered by J uoge ureene in the A seem bly yesterday, removing the prohibition against the cable roada In the General act of IPSA. Senator Daly Introduced a lot of amendment to the Building act Many petition favoring tbe Crosby High I eeuse bill were received by the Assembly lo-dsy. The Chamber of Commerce of New-York City forwarded a memorial praying for the enact ment of the bill and requesting members to up-port It Fred Wheeler, Chairman of tbe Executive Committee of the State Prohibition Com mittee, waa in the House during the morning. He spared no opportunity to denounce the OasbybilL A renulne labor reformer loves the loave and Babes no lees tbaa the practiced politician who has been humbugging him-these many years. Mr. Martin, of New-York, a labor advocate, baa introduced a bill which proposes the creallua of another bureau. Tbe Governor to to appoint a Chief Inspector oieitonary ugtnea, Holler, and generator. The Inspector is to receive sVJ.AOO annuallr. and will bave the supervision of all licenses granted engineer of stationary engines. He to to serve six yearn, and will be empowered to appoint six Benutlda- Vk KM tn raneiv nmille SI QJtok Person neglecting to bave their engines Inspected, and who employ unlicensed engineers, are to be nned S4SO for each offana. The Cantor bills, establishing the lot plan ft umeung rrsu estate, waa again favorably reported by th Justiciary Committee and now go te Committee of the Whole. Bill establishing the tar more preferable block system or Indexing " biiwmhw vy jar. jxowe, or vJswego, by Tbe bill to establish a uniform intern of ax. amlaaUona throughout tbe State for applicants for echvol teachers' licensee waa reported favorably br Mr. Platt'a Committee en Public Education. Xaw-York and Braoklva era. trom It provision, though tbey are required te maintain a standard of examination as blgb aa that axed by State Superintendent Draper and hie aoncBssor. Th bill ht regarded aa the most important measure for elevating the standard of Ue pes Us schools that baa been Introduced la ra uwmiatare u nvany year. saonoere ox tne National unara wan are Mimed er Injured while la tbe d toe barge of their vui aerearter be pensioned it a hill Utro- oaa oy r. Bash, eg Gov. U ill' own, town. El-jai ra ejeoane a law. Bill granting aid ta tmU vtdeal earn have if.. Mmii. Veiead an the irrunnd ht c V w m-mwtA ; "ai afsiwna aiptr Ittea. Tbl bfn to ae general aa te cover case of dtoabUlty occasioned by aunstroke. Mr. Beevea'a Mil appropriates 92.506 for tne maintenance ef a amaU taaater to patrol New-York Harbor and enforce the law against the dumping of matter late tba rivers. Th preaerra-tlon of the oyster to tbe bivalve contained la thia particular bill. Among other bills introduced in tbe House were the following: By Mr Oiegerieh, by request Providiag that th Controller ef New. York City aad the Treasurer ot each eouaty may retain a oowiaeosatloa per ceat, ol the s mounts collected andar tne collateral ialter-ltance tax law. By Mr. Kanzenman Per a park ef eight acre la X aw. York ty between JaeksoBsndt'hsrTTstrertsi also compelling the placing of electric lights along the clevatMl railroad structure in New. York City oo feat apart; also eosnpelltag every elevated ratl-ruad eonipaoy ia New-ork ann Brnoklya to alae In each passenger car a door in tbe centre upon each side, to be known sa exit doors, an attendant W be at each sail dear to see that ae passengers rater by IIl By Mr. Power A sheading the act for tbe protection of livery stable keepers by providing that they shall have a iivn on horses bearded or kspt for amounts that may be da, providing notice Is served on the owner. I a eats the charges are not paid la one week the animals msy be -sold at public auction, the surpias. If any. te be paid over te the ewaer of a b aalaula ea riniaed. By Mr. Hagaa Increasing the pay of Chiefs of Nsw-York Are battalion from $,iw to 93,1)00 per tonus. A Urge number of friend of the Ire Pool bill will be present next Tnesdar at tbe bearing on tbe bill before the Judiciary Committee of the two nouses. J) I ED jy TUH FLAMES. TWO LIVES LOST IN THE BURNING OF AN EIGHTH-A VENCE TENEMENT. A fire broke out shortly before 3 o'clock yesterday morning at " Linden Court." 690 and 692 Eighth-avenue. The " eourt" consisted of two fou r-story frame buildings, with a common entrance In tbe ventre, and a four-atory brick building In the rear. The ground floor at 690 waa occupied by Solomon Tearbner, a shoe dealer, and Wah Lee. a laundry man. At 692 the stores were occupied by Jacob Bopp, a barber, and Francis Leprovoat, a restaurant keeper. The dwelling portion of tbe building waa oocu- pied by negroes, tome of them induatrious and honest, the other ranging from lacy to depraved. On Feb. 12 tbe police raided the second floor of 692. Tbe Are started at Leprovoat' range and ran up tbe abaft of hemlock board which surrounded the flue to tbe fourth floor. When the alarm was given 46 persons, of whom the ma jority were women, and naif a dozen children. were In tbe front bouses. Tne Bremen found three-quarters of tbe inhabitants of the front bouses in night attire ia the street, yelling te those who had not escaped. Those who were safe reached the sidewalk by fire escape and the stairs. Those wbo were In peril were frantic ally imploring aid at tne window or from the lire escape Dajboulea. Ladder were run np and the nremen soon buttled away to aarety in out of tbe 16 persons who were in danger. Sheer cowardice alone had prevented them from reaching the street before. w. n. cnariea. nia wire Hetty, Amelia Mlteu- ell, an unknown man and woman, and two ba lnea were then expeditiously and eailantly rescued. Mr. Charlea waa led from tne third noor to tne root and down tne Ao-ioot ladder, and in rescuing the woman Mitchell the fireman swung from a main ladder with a scaling ladder, got Into a fourth-floor window, and descended with ber story after story. When these persona had been aaved cries were beard from the upper window of 690 and a woman's arma were thruat out appeal tngly. When tbe firemen got there the cries bad ceased and It was Impossible to enter tbe floor for tire and smoke. It waa supposed at the time that the person who cried Tor help bad escaped to tne root ana Jumped to the next building. The tire bad now traveled through the ton floor of both building and bad aelted on 694, a two-story frame building, occupied by Leopold Oppenhelmer. furniture dealer, and a second alarm waa sent out. it waa not until o'clock that the firemen could enter tbe upper floor of 60O. Grouping around, they found the dead body of a woman. It was partly charred and held upright by having fallen through the por- roratea seat or a cnair wnicn ane naa used In reeohing the window, which waa high above tne floor. Near her was tbe partly calcined body of a young glrL The bodies were Identified aa tboae ol Sarah L. Johnson, 50 year old, wife of Thomas Johnson, a Pullmau car porter, and Mamie Bedar, 8 years old. Mrs. Johnson lived in the room in which the died with her half-witted daughter, Henrietta, 18 years of age, ber 8 months old noy, ana Hamie, wno waa aaoptea by Mrs. Johnson after tbe child' mother aban doned her. Henrietta escaped with ber child when tbe alarm waa given, and ber mother attempted to follow her down stairs, but waa driven back by the smoke. The building are ail owned by James Richard- sou, of Harlem, tbe possessor of Gen. Washington's coach. He loses $3,500, Leprovost's loss is $5O0. Tesch net's SOO. Wah Lee's S300. Bopp's 9450. and Oupenbelmer's fl.OOO to fl.foo. w tiers. Brothers, wbo bad m printing otHee on the second floor of 690, lose 9-50, and the loss of tbe colored people Is from 91,000 to $1,200. Only tbe storekeeper and tbe owner of tne build ings were insured, rucaara Jr. J engine opened bto store at 683 Elghlb-avenue and sheltered 35 of the negroes until they obtained elotnea and went to look for other quarters. STUDENTS IN BE VOLT. ANOTHER VIEW OF THE TB0TJBLE9 AT SOGER WILLIAMS CNIVEK8ITT. Roger Williams University is still in a condition of revolt. According to tbe Rev. Dr. H. L. Morehouse, Secretary of tbe American Baptist Home Mission Society, which baa control over tbe university, a final aettlement of tbe breach now exiating between tbe President, Dr. Stiller, and the Treasurer. Theodore E. Balcb, on one side and about 100 students on tbe other, will be made at tbe next meeting of the board of tbe society, on March 14. Meanwhile the Education Committee to Investigating the difficulty, and it will present tbe result of Its investigation at tbe meeting. Dr. Morehouse aaid yesterday that tbe exerv else of the university were (till unattended by tbe students. He thought the difficulty would nerer have extended so far If there had not been aome division in tbe Faculty Itself. The atudents felt that they were supported by a portion of the Faculty and therefore went further than they otherwise would. Dr. Morehouse received yesterday letters from Dr. Sutler and Treasurer Raich. Tbey contained statements denying the charges made by tbe atudenta and giving a detailed account of their position. These two letters will be considered by tbe Education Committee to-day. Dr. Morehouse said that be thought it only Just, since the charges mad against Dr. Stiller and Mr. Batch bad been mad public, to publish the resolutions wbiob the New-York Executive Board adopted on Feb. 2.8, after a careful consideration of the difficulty and on the recommendation at the Education Committee and three members ot tbe University Board. Tbey read as follows : Suolved, That after a careful inqnlrv Into affairs at Heger Williams University. Nashville, Tenn., ws are fully persuaded that Theodore K. Balcb. asq.. la his Aaaaclal aiaaageaiMt and la his moral Influence la connection with the lastitutien. has bi without reproach, and we eaprea our diabeliof In, and eur sever reprobation of, certain unfounded charges publicly circulated against him. kMolttd, That the charges sgajnst Dr. etlflar a presented by the student do net in themselves constitute sufllclent grouad for any actlen to the direction of his removal at present from the Presidency ef Roger WUltaaaa Oalvaxsity. Dr. Morehouse said that be bad no donb there had been mistake made in the method which Dr. Stifler pursued toward tbe students. Tbe trouble might have been avoided bad be taken a little different bearing with them, but nothing bad occurred which ealled for action on the par ot tbe board. WATCHiyO PICKETT 8 CHARGE. The cyclorama of the Battle of Gettysburg, now on exhibition in City HaU-eqnare, in Brooklyn, for a limited time only, and which li said to be produced at a coat ot over 9400,000 represent tbe decisive action which took place on tbe third day ot the battle, generally knowi aa PH'kett'a charge. Four different cyeloramai f ,u'.b,,te' aii by tbe same artist Paul Phltippotcaux. are now en exhibition in Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, an Brooklyn, respectively. M. Philippoteaui obtained the details for bto great canvas frou such authorities as Uen, Hsncock and Gen, Alex ander S. Webb and ethers, and also visited th i battlefield in person, took sketches, and eoaaull ed tbe official maps on file in the War Depart men I, in Washington. Tbe result to an extremo lv accurate reproduction of tbe great tableau Tbe canvaa to 400 feet in circumference and 5 i feet blgb, and M. Pbilippoteauu considers it th i greatest etfort of bto life. It to open day an i evening. QlTtJT TEX IB TJJLL CLAIMS. Te suit ot Misses Annie Leo and $ , 8ktddy Cochran, tbe dlsmlsssd ballet daaoer , against tbe American Opera Company to recover B420 and 9560, tbe sum wbiob tbey respecttwW to m an utem lot wages, eanie trial yesterday la tbe So premie Part IV., before J edge Ingraham. np to (wort, Messrs. oiin, turea, ana Montgomery appeared for tbe plaintiffs, and Messrs. Eaton and Lewis for tbe defendant. Tbe defendant M claimed that tbe com pan y bad been put late tbe bands ef a Receiver, and that there waa ne ase In trying the rases, since, if Judgments were given for tbe plaintiffs, tbey would reap go especial benefit tberetrom. as nt tbe beet tbiy eouid only get a pre rata share of tbe eompanyg ta, which would be given them without juda ta If their elaima were valid and there were any aaseu. This being the only defease advanced. Jedge Ingrabam ordered verdicts tor tbe nlnlnufU to lb fJsU MtWlftV ftlsaBOifts tffll FAMIE BRIGGffS DEATH QTTEER CIRCUMSTANCES WHICH SURROUND II. AS EXPERT SALESWOMAN WHO WAS BETRAYED THE POLICE LOOK ISO FOR MISS BRiaQS'S LOVER. T ie post-mortem examination of the body of I is Fannie Brlggs. wbo died at 45 Hoyt-stre it, Brooklyn, at 4 o'clock Monday morning, aho red that the eause of death was meningitis, aa I he eertiaeate of Dr. B. M. Brigg atated. Tbe police, however, came across a story yes-ten ay which led them to believe that ibe roeniu-gltl i was caused by malpractice. Several detect Ives were pat on tbe ease, and an arrest is axr -cted to follow within 24 hour. T lis la tbe story as tbe police got it Fannie Bril rgt was an attractive girl of 19 years and hsd been employed in the dry goods store of George A. 1 lettrick, at 43 Myrtle-avenue, for three year. Blu was n favorite with every one, and Mr. Het-tri k especially bad a kind word tor ber always. 8b lived with ber father. Charles H. Bnggs. at 63 De Klb-avenue, until Saturday, Feb. lP.when ah applied to Mrs. Finnegan, at 110 LawTenee-ttr tot, tor a room. She bad bad some trouble at leme, aha aaid, and could not remain there. This was about 11 o'clock at night, but the girl took possession of the room Immediately, the did not seem very well on tbe following day, and on Wednesday became very ill. At noon on that da; - br. Brigg. ef 106 WUlenghby-etreet. the fai illy physician of Mr. Hettrick. waa called In, an I after aa examination told Mrs. Finnegan that be lodger waa suffering from Inflammation ot the bo vela Mr. Finnegan waa satisfied until aliout 4 'clock the tame day, when Mr. Hettrick made bli appearance and remained for several hours In Miss Brigga'e room. She suggested te Mr. U ttrick that he should secure another physl-cli n, and upon bla consenting (be scut for Dr. W. J. Cm Ik shank on Thursday. But Dr. Cruik-shank saw Dr. Brlggs leaving the patient's room anil refused te touch the ease without hi permission. Dr. Brigg refused to see Dr. Crtiiksbank. This excited Mrs. Finnegan's suspicious. 'and upon searching Miss Brigg' room she discovered proof that tbe girl was not suffering from Inflammation of the bowels. After that Mrs, Finnegan was ordered to keep oirt of the room and she In turn ordered that MJss Brlggs be removed from the bouse. Sev. erfil attempts to move the patient were made, but It was not until Saturday last that she was Strong enough to be carried down stairs, pat in Dr. Brigg' carriage and taken to 43 weyt-atreet, a boarding bouse kept by Mrs. Ressa. a friend of Dr. Brlggs. During ail this tint Mr. Hattriek was a constant visitor and carried Miss Brlggs down to the doctor's carriage. He told Mrs. Rossa to give her everything sqe wanted. Tbe girl Unrered until early Mon day morning and died In Mrs. Rossa' arms, tsha aaid Mrt Hettrick bad been very kind to ber and tnai sue alone was responsible for ner trouble. t ne ooay was removed irom tne Hoyt-etreet use to tbe residence of tbe dead girl's parents, 638 De Kalb-avenue. on Tneedav. and the nerel was to bave taken place on Thursday, t tne uoroner stopped it itna naa tne Doay re-wed and a post-mortem examination held. The opinion oi Dr. creamer, the examining physician, waa that death was due to puerperal peritonitis, in this examination Dr. Creamer waa Mstoted by Dr. Briggs, and both physicians reached the a&me conclusion. Tbe Inquest will b held Monday. When Dr. Briggs waa seen last night, however, be said that when be was first ealled meningitis had set in. He did whst he could for the girl, add consulted with Dr. Peck, of Lawrenoe-sttvet, Tbe reason the girl was removed from Mrs, tflnnegan'a wss that she was ill treated there. She bad no fire in ber room ana eould get nothing to eat. One after- 3on the doctor ealled and found Miss Briggs anlng out tbe window asking a passer-by to get ber some food. Then be took ber to 45 Hoy t-street. There, on Bunday last, ber rather called and bad a stormy Interview with her, rebuking ber for ber behavior. This excitement enused delirium, and the girl died In a few hours. She never disclosed to Dr. Briggs doe name of the man In tbe case. " Now," said Dr. Briggs, " I want to say a word about ber father. He eame to see me and said, ' I am not very sorrv over thia affair and not sreatlv sur prised. The present Mrs. Briggs is the girl's step- i noiner, ana tney atan't get along well together. 1 ler own mother died In an insane asylum when rannle was a child. This last and fatal trouble t not tbe only dne in which she bss been.' " The father. Charlea H. Briggs, said bis daugb-er was a sweet, lovely glrL and worth v ef sonttdence. He knew all about ber leaving home two weeks ago, and said she did it to be near ber store at 43 Myrtle-avenue. Since then be bad discovered ber trouble. Do you know Mr. Hettrick P' " Yes. and all bis family. I asked blm to give ny Fannie work when she graduated from a jubllc school. I bave very decided suspicions in -egard to tbe identity of ber destrtfyer, but I Intend to kvrep them myself." George A. Hettrick, the employer of the dead zirl. to a delicate looking man about 35 years of ige. He baa a wife and family. Hla relations io Fannie Brigirs. be said last niurht. were alm- Uy those of an employer. She was a good saleswoman, and when word was sent to blm two weeks ago that she was sick be went to see her. He bad no idea of the real cause of her illness, and when he saw bow poverty-stricken she appeared to be he offered to pay for anything she wanted. She was worth $ 2,000 a year to him, and for that reason he wanted ner to get well Mr. Hettrick thought that tbe assertion that he was responsible for the girl's condition too absurd for serious consideration. Upon tbe occasion of bis first visit to Fannie at Mrs. Finnegan's, Mr. Hettrick met a strsnge young man coming out of her room. He did not know him, and never thought to ask the girl about blm. Mrs. Finnegan, the housekeeper, does not remember of any other man than Mr. Hettrick and the doctor ever visiting the bouse. In this connection a statement of Mrs. Rosea, in wbose bouse Fannie died, to theeffect that Fannie told a young married woman wbo visited her the name of ber lover, may be of Importance. Who thia woman waa Mrs. Rossa baa no idea, but tbe poiioe think tbey can find ber and through her the Identity of the young man who left Uuh Briggs's bedside aa Mr. Hettrick approached It. Although Dr. Briggs and the unfortunate girl bear tbe aame name, tbey were not related In any way. LABOR NOTES. The striking coopers are becoming discouraged because tbe bosses are able to get all tbe barrels tbey need in spite of the vigilance of the strikers. The dull season, too, to coming on, and soon there will not be work enough for all the men in tbe trade. Consequently a break baa taken place and a number ot the strikers have applied for work. Complaints are made among elgarmakers that several manufacturer are trying to force their employes to live in tenements owned by the bosses, and to pay any rent the bosses msy exact. The men say that tbe bosses think of opening grocery and butcher's stores and compelling their people to purchase supplies from them. The silk weavers are complaining that tbe Lion Silk Company, at 518 West Thirty-fifth-street, to importing weavers under a contract in violation of law. A member of tbe company said yesterday that the concern was a branch of tbe firm of Bodlner At Hurllmann, of Zurich. It was started here about a year ago because tbe tariff on silk In various countries affects their manufacture in Switzerland, and consequently the business waa being enlarged In this country. Tbe company could not get a sufficient number of efficient bands in tbit country, and eould not afford to wait until pupils here oould learn the business. Therefore skilled weavers were brought over from Switzerland, and their passage money, which was advanced by tbe firm, waa to be deducted from their wages. Some of tbe weavers became dissatisfied with tbelr wages and broke their ooatracta, so now the firm renews Its contracts with ths band after tbelr arrival bare. A NEW MISSISSIPPI BRIDGE. St. Louis. Mo., March 4. News of the passage of the Grand Tower Bridge bill by Congress reached the offices of the St. Louis, Arkansas and Texas Railroad to-day, and there waa much rejoicing over the result. The bill waa passed late last night, and in a shape which is satisfactory to tbe company. The length of the channel span Is to be 650 feet, aad tbe height 85 feet. Tbe opposition demanded 750 feet and 90 feet, but a compromise was effected on the basis stated. The height of tbe bluffs at that point on the river to SO feet, and hence th company could not build at less than the required height without cutting it down, and tbe length ot tbe span is not an obstacle in the way of construction, it is proposed to build a cantilever bridge similar to the one built for the Mtabigea Central over Niagara Kiver, which to something ef a wonder of engineering. The bridge to oomposed of two piers, on which two dtotinct atruetuma rest, meeting la tbe oentre, tbe base being at each pier. It i proposed to begin tbe work ot construction aa aoon as possible aad posh it to completion. COVMT Of APPEALS. Auajtt, N. Y., March 4. In tbe Court ot Appeals to-day, the Hea. William C. Koger, Chief. Justice, and aocltes present, tbe fallowing eases were argued No. SK William J. Byrne, staL, Executors, appellants, va. Mayor, of New-York City. respondents Argued by H. "Brewster for appellant, D. J. Peaa for respondent No. its Latham T. Avery, appellant, v. ctate ef New-York, respondent Argued by Ceraalio Stephens for appallaati P. O'Brvea for respondent. Ner 24ft wfiLam a. CtoeMBte, respondeat, va State ef New- aark. appellant Argued by 1. O'Brlea fur appallant. fx a. Potter for respondeat Ne. Ma oua Bexxora. appellant, vs. btau of Sew-Yark. "sveedeat Ne. M4 Henry J. Boodmaa. appellant, vs. Lewis B. Stegiaaa, fchsrig. Ac. respondeat; No. I; WUes Laundry Company (limited.) res pendent, s- Ebra C B olds, aheriff. eta, appellant: No. SM-Jeha Leaghlln. respondeat, vabteteef New-i erk eppellaat abem!u4. ThefttOswlag te theday calendar ef the Court of timt t .. a. . We Vw VW lea AN OLD, OLD GAME. SAM HESS IS JAIL FOR WORKIKO TBE SAWDCST SWINDLE. Two "sawdust" awindlers, "Earn" Hess, wbo goes by tbe name of Hays, and Adolpb 8aun-dera, were before United Btatee Commissioner Shields yesterday for examination. Tbey were arrested late tfTe night before In handsomely furnished rooms at SSI West Fortieth -street A comely young woman waa with them. Complete paraphernalia for their swindle were captured. There were letters and circular ready for mall-log, a business register, with names of persons to whom letters bad been forwarded, memoranda of letter received from persons in tbe West and Canada who wanted to buy tbe green goods," bundles ef tbe letters themselves, a package of one and two dollar bills eat in halves and sent away as samples ot tbe bills to be sold, v all tea full ot sawdust to be hurriedly exchanged for tbe paid for package of bank notes, and list of addresses of the confidence gang In thi city, besides names of out of town agents. Here to the city list: P S. King, 1.484 Broadway; William B. Wells, 1.2 IS Broadway; A. L. Lent, 479 Xtxth-a venue; . Arnold. 737 Unth avenne: A. Clark. 1.21H Rrnad. way; O. Rourke, 374 Seventh-avenue; 8. Jetty. 874 ."wM-ttwuni ix. xiait, 19 west imny-nrsx- atrt A H K.nlf 1?Q fil.th Mvnn. r c u 7H Slxth-avenos; A. estantea, 15 Vest Thirty! iiini-bnKi; j. nirxi, isj Bixw-avenne; o. carter, S6S eveoth-avenne; O. Curtis, 7J7 ttixth-avennei i- BBrown, 479 sixth-avenue i A. Fergus. 14 West Thlrty-nret-tlreet The letter sent ont bv Hav are siactlv simi lar to those which have been often published, oAering "green goods" for sale and giving directions bow to address the sender. This letter would be signed with one of many aliases. With It would go a clipping, so printed as to appear like a slip from a newspaper. A copy shown in th examination yesterday was headed. M Shov-ers of the Oncer," and purported to be a dispatch irom wasningxon, telling of the mysterious robbery of pistes for Treaaurv nates, fmm wnteh $2,6O0,6OO bad been fraudulently printed. This m mi maae me oupe ieei aura uat tne mils offered for sale were made from stolen plates. All these things were nut In evidence. Taaaji Angel, the lawyer for the prisoners, claimed that Aaoipn Baunaera naa nothing to do with the business and ought to be discharged. The in spectors told how they bad tracked the men for some time, and at last received a letter from a farmer who had been asked to buy tbe M green articles" from Hays. They got him to answer the swindler's eiroular, and thus found tbe " sswaust offlce." vt hen tbey entered the room Hays said: " You have taken mo all by surprise. I don't know how yon got at me, but now that you bnve I'll give you any assistance I ran." Then they searched tbe place and found the outfit Haya aaid: "8aunders bad nothing to do wtth thia. You ought not to arrest him. Tea bnve enough to hang me now." Sauvdsra bad hi coat off, and looked as if he were at home in tbe flat He swore that he to a photographer with a shop at First-street and the Bowery. He lived, be claimed, at US Wst Thirty-ninth street. I don't know Hays very well,'1 he said, H but do know tbe young lady. I went tnere 10 see aooui taxing a photograph or ber dog. The two boxes ot envelopes I bad were iur use in my own ouameaa." Tbey were blue envelopes, like those need by Hays in sending ont his oiroulars. but in anlte at this and tbe belief of tbe inspectors that be was tbe agent who collected tbe letters sent to Hays, be waa discharged. Haya was held by the Grand Jury in $3,000 ball. He may be tried on several rases for using the mails for Improper purposes. Tbe penalty for each offense is 18 months' Im prisonment or .-ou nne, or both. Inspector Dosser says that Hays is one of a gang tbat has a widespread system at work in New-York City. THE CRUISE OF THE AROO. TWO CAPTAINS DIE, ONE SHOOTS HIMSELF VESSEL WRECKED AT LAST, The iron bark Argo lies on the rocks under Fort Ploolet, at the entrance to tbe harbor of Cape Haytien. Other vessels have gone to pieces on tbe same rooky bar, but a special Interest surrounds tbe Argo, for ber loss was unnecessary. Her last voyage was an eventful one, and tbe crew of this prosaic German bark had almost as many adventures as did the sailor on tbe ancient galley of the same name. Little gold, bow- ever, either in the form ot a fleece or in the more convenient form of coin, has rewarded them. Capt R. B. Kelly, of the steamship Ozama, which arrived yesterday from Haytiau ports brought the story of the unfortunate bark to thia port The Argo was built at Hamburg in 1H75, and ber owner to M. G. Amsinck. Sbe was 203 feet long, 33 feet beam, 20 feet in depth, and of (HI tons burden. Cupt Stick, a veteran navigator and an able follower of ocean paths, was in command when she left Rangoon for what proved to be the last voyage of both Captain and bark. Rio de Janeiro was the port of destination. All weut well at first Rough weather wat encountered, but tbe vcancl, stanchly built, well manned, and ably tailed, bowled merrily along toward Iiio. When a few more daya would bave brought ber Into port Capt. Stick fell ill. He grew rapidly worte and died before land was sighted. Ills body waa lowered over the aide into the sailors' oemetery. The mate took command. In a day or two Rio waa reached, and there a part of the cargo waa discharged snd more taken In. Tbe Argo'a voyage was not finished. She was to follow np the coast, stopping at various ports. When aii was ready for the start yellow fever seized the Captain, who bad been tbe mate, and In a few hours be too was dead. The second officer, named Williams, was then put In command, and the Argo sailed northward. Two Captains had died on board in one voyage. Tbe sailors, naturally superstitious, began to think that fate had marked the bark and ber commanders for destruction. Day after day of tbe pleasant voyage np the eoast passed, bow-ever, and they sped along under a fair wind. Storms seemed unknown, the recovered tbelr wonted spirits, aud visions of disaster haunted them less and less. St Thomas was sighted, and for a day the Argo rode at anchor ia the harbor. Then she sailed for Cape Haytien, and ber third Captain congratulated himself that the voyage waa nearly done. How nearly done It was for himself and the good Argo be did net guess. When Cape Haytien came Into view on Feb. 13 tbe Captain stood at tbe wheel. Suddenly there waa a bump, and the grinding and wrenching told that the Argo was on rocks. She bad struck on the outer reef. Then the third and final tragedy ot the Argo'a last voyage waa enacted. The Captain rushed below. Not one of tbe crew bad a thought of what was in bto mind. He came tearing up the companion way and the startled crew saw a revolver in his band. Tbey wondered what be Intended to do. Their wonder turned to horror. The Captain leaped to the rail, placed the revolver at bis hsad, fired, and with a cry toppled over the aide of the vessel. Not a trace of his body waa seen again. Aa soon aa the crew recovered from tbelr horror they took to the boats and rowed ashore. Hardly bad they landed when, looking back, tbey saw the Argo glide off of the rocks. With all sails set and no one at tbe wheel she started on a short and final cruise. For halt an hour sbe erulaed the harbor. Then sbe struck the rocks again, this time to stay until broken up. The crew returned to Germany on n ship which sailed soon after. G. Amsinck, ef this elty, to agent for M. G. Amsinck, but be knows nothing about the Argo. as she was not consigned to this port THE NBWBESBY LITIGATION. Chicago, IIL, March 4. A phase of the litigation growing out of the settlement of the estate of the deceased millionaire, Walter H. Newberry, was referred for disposition to a Master In Chancery to-day. Edward H. Newberry was a remote connection of Walter H. Newberry, and by the terms of tbe will Inherited something like a one-hundredth Interest In the property left after a one-half division. One bait, it was provided, waa to be set aside as a fund for tba erection of a publlo library in Chicago. Edward H. Newberry's share In the other halt has been estimated to be worth la the neighbor hood ot $35,000. On the strength of bto Inheritance he Is said to bave executed bonds aggregating $1 OO.OOa Part of these bonds were disputed of to Buttner At Farewell, others to a banker named Brown, and still more to a broker named Thompson, all of Detroit It is asserted tbst tbe bonds Issued first were executed before Mr. Newberrv reallv bad Possession ot his Inherit- auoe. Thia property waa coming to him, but he could not get nolo or it until tne oeatn 01 the widow. Some year elapsed between ber death and tbe death ot ber husband, and meanwhile tbe bonds were being issued. Tbe point raised is whether a man ran execute bonds on his expectations; whether be can sign away bis interest in a property of which be to not in actual possession according to law. A BVTTBB TUB CONVENTION. Br. Aiaajib, Vt, March A Tba butter tab xaannfaotarer of Yenaoat aad Norther New-York held a meeting here yesterday afternoon and even ing aad organized for mutual protection. There are 45 establish wisata la Vsnnant atene. b aides a number la .Northern Aew-iurs. producing- hna-dreds ef theeaaads of tab yearly. The essoeiatiua Is te be ealled th Spruce Butler Tub Manufactur ers' Aaseeiaikiaj. Tbe foUowlag oflleers were elected: president B. 1 Clare, ui ranshvllle. N. Y.i Vtee-Pmeident O. H. fcteeras. of Johnson. Vl 1 Bacrstervaed Treasurer H- K. Lewis, ef ht. il baaa. Most of ths Manufacturer of thi slate nave signed their willingness te tela the asseclatum with tne view vs stopping we ruinous competition. A scale as prices t im ue asresw ea. NO CONTICT WITNESSES. Bt. Loos, Mo., March A The State Baprems) Court te-day rendered a decision te th effect that prisoners confined ta the pealteaUary at Jefferson City eaannt be taken therefrom te testify In criminal courts. The point was raised by the attorneys tcr aiui hroaghl here te testify ia the cass ef the A4- , eats nAprcs ixmuNscy sgatnst their eUenw CITY AND SUBURBAN TOYS NKW-TOBK, " Z. P." The Poet Office addm nt the Jecksy is Megowaa-etreet, Lexington, Ky. The Class of '80 ef the Normal CaIIam will have a reunion and dinner at Clark's. In Twen ty-third treet, this afternoon, nt S :8a At a meeting ef the Citixana' Weak Bid Improvement Association last night resolutions were passed indorsing tbe Cresby High License bill. Charles Howard Montague will give an exhibition of bto ability to expose Washington Irvtag Btouop's feata at ths Press Club thia aft ernoon. The Police Commissioners wrestled with. tbe promotion problem from 18:30 to 3:80 o'clotg i. M. yesterday, and acoomnltoned notblng. Owing ta the eantinned illness of Jnenr Lyon the trial of William Ellis for wife murder was postponed an til next term in tbe Court of General Sessions, and tba Jury disc barged. Citv Marshals McDermott. Meehan. and Neiteon tes titled, before Controller Loew. yea-day that tbey bad paid Bi each for precepts In summary proceedings in nearly all th Civil District Courts. FVev tnd UTalMTi nla.mul a QftA-vwtln mIiI. bition game of pool last night at Bt George's Hotel. About BOO people were present At the end ot Innings tUe score, tioodi Melons. 200 j rrey, xoi. Chinrn Clmarale waa not sentenced ves- terday by Baoorder Bmytb for killing bar bos-band, aa be wished to investigate tbe statement tbat she had pleaded guilty through igneranu) and wishes to stand trial William Johnson. Joaenh Smith, and Will. lam Hop Up" Lac try, tne t us pee ted Jersey City Post Ottioo robbers, were held by Commissioner Shields yesterday for a warrant for removal to Hew-Jaraey for trial. . The steamship Sbaetia, of the Hamburg Line, which ealled from thia port yesterday, took out among ber cabin passengers Max Loewenthal, B, von Bonnin ana family, Herman Lustlg. Clans Albert, and Jacob Sum field. The Shamrock Clnb gave a bana net last evening at tne Hotel Hamilton, One Hundred ana l wenty-arth-street and Eighth-avenue, tbe anniversary of Emmet's birthday. Gen. M. Kirwln presided, and a pleasant time waa spent A spoiled earco of mackerel estimated ta weigh 40,000 pounds, was eonflseatad at Fulton Market by Inspector Moran yesterday, and In the neighborhood of Washington Market In spector Koniame seUed 6,000 pounds of unsound meat The edifice in East On Hundred and Six. teenth street formerly used by tba First United Presbyterian Church will be opened as a Presbyterian Church on March IS. Th Mew-York Presbytery's Board ot Cburob Extension has purchased It There will be an old-fashioned revival, love feast, and reunion of former members of the congregation, to be followed by Individual testimonies, at Bedford-Street Motnodiat Episcopal Church, of -which the Rev. Dr. Cookman it Pastor, to-morrow evening. The hat makers and hat finishers, wbo met at the Grand Central Hotel yesterday, were unable to arrive at any definite understanding as to tbe technical details connected with the two branches of trade they bad com together to discuss, and adjourned until to-day, . K. P. Salter, M. H. Lehman, William Mohr. J. O. Bias, and O. W. Ide were yesterday appointed a committee of the Cotton Exchange, wltb instructions to devise a plan by which cotton spinner and manufaoturers may be induced to become member or associate) members ot tbe Exchange. A promenade concert nnder the auspices ot the Ninth Regiment will be given at the armory, 221 West Twenty-sixth-street, this evening. Tbe concert will begin at 8 o'clock and tbe dancing at 9 o'clock. Music will be furnished by Conterno's Ninth Regiment Band. The proceeds will go to the Gettysburg and Woodiawn monument fund. The grain trade of the Produce Exchange will meet to-day for the purpose of taking action on tbe Senate bill which provides that the courts ahall appoint Inspector of grain and tlx grades. This bill naa raised a bowl of indignation, as the Exchange appoints Its own inspectors now and wants no interference. Tbe Cotton Exchange brokers who favor the amendment ot the by-law affecting the gratuity fund bave succeeded in attracting the attention of tbe Board of Managers. The latter resierday placed the matter in tbe bands of Walter T. Miller, George E. Moore, and B. B. Clarke aa a committee. The steamship Ozama arrived from Turk's Island yesterday with Capt Petersen and eight Bailors of the Danish schooner Ane. Tbe Ane was bound from Monte ChrieU to Falmouth with a cargo of logwood. Sbe struck en Molasses Keef, We l Caieos. on the night ef Feb. '29. Her crew took to the boats and were picked up by an English schooner. The Republican Club held a bannnet in its rooms on tbe evening of Feb. 12, and next day a clock worth $15 waa missing from it place on the mantel.' The investigation of tbe police have Inclined them to th belief that the clock was purloined by an ordinary sneak thief probably after the guests who attended tbe ban, quet had departed. ' Policeman John Kennedy.of the Twentieth Precinct, was sent, wltb another officer, some time ago, to quell a disturbance near tbe station bouse. Tbey arrested James Hngbes and beat him with more than usual police severity. He sued them for damages, and obtained a verdict against. Kennedy. The latter failed to pay the Judgment, and was arrested yesteraay. The Church of St Raphael the Arqhangel, in West Fortieth-street, waa filled to it utmost capacity last evening, the occasion being tbe blessing ana ereotlon of the new stations of the cross. The Bev. Lawrenoe Yorwerck, a Capuchin Father of tbe Church of Our Ladvof Sorrows in Pitt-street, officiated, and recited tbe usual prayers at each one ot tbe stations. The building 37 Mulberry -street was raided Thursday night nnder tbe new law, which, however, has not been signed by the Governor, making stale beer dives disorderly bouses. Giuseppe Mellclo and Giuseppe Salnato, ono ot whom kept a stale beer saloon in the front part of the building and th other in the rear, were arrested. Tbe proprietors were held in tbe Tombs Police Court for trial. Bradttrtei't reports 193 failures in the United Statea during the past week, aa against 163 for the previous week and Yt, 870, U37, and 260 in the corresponding weeks of 1686, 1895, 1884, and 1883, respectively. Tbe Middle States bad 48, New-England S3, tbe Southern States 80, tbe Western States 09, the Paclflo States and Territories 18. Canada had 18, a decrease of 8 from tbe preceding week. Annex boat No. 3, of the Pennsylvania Railroad, early yesterday morning ran into one of tbe transfer floats ot the New-York aud. New. Haven Railroad, off the Battery. One of the ears on the float waa partly ,pusbed onto tbe ferryboat and tore away a portion ot the bood over the gentlemen's cabin. Thus Joined together tbe two craft were towed to tbe New-Jersey shore, where they were separated. Tbe damage waa not great. The Fathers of Mercy in thia city were shocked to learn by cable yesterday of the sudden death of the Rev. F. J. Molllard, & P. M., Superior General of their order. He died on Tuesday at the headquarters of tbe order in Paris. Father Molllard waa 76 years old and bad held bis blgb otnee for a number ef years. A solemn high mass of requiem will be celebrated In tbe Cbureh of St Vincent de Paul, In West Twenty-third-street, at 10 o'clock next Tuesday morning. At the Inquest yesterday, conducted by Coroner Meseemer, into the circumstance attending tbe death of Henry L. Yarrington, ot Boston, who was ran over by a Broadway ear Monday, at Eighth-street, the Jury exonerated tbe driver of tbe ear, but censured ambulance Surgeon Connely for treating tbe patient brutally. This Dr. Connely denies, and complains that he was not called as a witness. He further says tbat he did all bis power to allay the sufferings ot tbe wounded man. A number of citizens of Pelham, West-cheater County, have been complaining recently that, owing to the taking of extensive areas of land fur new park purposes, tbe town has lost a Cat deal of Its heretofore taxable value, park da being free from taxation. President Beek-man, of the Board of Aldermen, wrote to the town officer yesterday, earing tbat as tbe Pel-bamltes bad forced tbe park scheme upon New York City tbey could not now complain with good green as to the operation of tbe scheme. Albert Venus, engineer of the tugboat S. W. Morris, was deprived of bto license yesterday by tbe Local Steamboat Inspectors beeejuae be ran bt boiler with 10 pound snore steam tbaa bis certificate allowed and kept down tbe eafety valvs with a wheel IS Inches la dianseu r and a tin ran loaded with iron He admitted bis guilt in the examination. Tbe heeaas of John Meyer, engineer ot tbe tugboat D. C Cox, waa revoked for weighing down his safety valve. Tbelr rases now go to Ue United Btatee District Attorney. The Board of Police has asked the Corporation Counsel what are Its powers aad duties la regard to the B41 persona wbo, tram May 8 te July 7, 18S0, received licenses from Messrs. Hangbton aad Morris, tbe Excise Board recognized In tbe decision of tbe Court ef Appeals having requested tbe Board ef Police to regard all thee person aa unlicensed. Preside t Wmxt-msn said yesterday that be weald not countenance tbe granting ef a license to any ef tba gersona wbo obtained one from the litigating A large number of sugar importers and refiners met at tbe Coffee Exchange yesterday for tbe purpose of agreeing upon some means ot facilitating deliveries and settling disputes be tween refiner and Importers. George Meals) pretdded. Tbe differences in question have arisen sine polarlseopte tests cam la to vogue. Tbe chemists of tbe refiners often fail to agree with those of tbe importers, and uatll aa agreement to resetted delivery ia naturally impeded. Tbe ernssfnf tbe meeting waa thai tbe testa should be made by persons in a measure unconnected with either side. Tbe asatter was finally referred te a eoaaaoitte) oonstotlag eg Ira Bare-i ley, F. u. MaKUiessoa. and J nil us feturtbexg, re finers, and George Meala, George W. Yanderkaft. and Osgood Wafca, tmportara. - Over 100 creditors of Church- Phalen. wholesale dealers In dry goods at Troy met at tba Metropolitan Hotel yeatsadav. Mr, Lav, of Lew, Harrtmea A Co., was ohoajxjChairmn aad rmiiB w. stopper neoretary. xne suteaaatil presented showed liabilities of f276,8&, ef wntra alllAMKJ is prererreo, ana ecraai asset of B184.2-7. Mr. Church made a proposition ta pay AO seats an tbe dollar cask and 10 oral In notes payable In one year. Tbe meeting adopted a met! on in favor of accepting tbe offer, but appointed a eomntlttaa ta examine aad report Whether to aooepl 40 aenta cash or Mr. Church's prepeaitien. New orchids hare bean aent to th Eden HnsAe, Among tbe visitor yesterday were Mrs, Austin Co ruin, tbe Rsv. Dr. Deems. Mr. and Mrs, W. W, Astor. William Berr, MrV Louta Kuats, Dr. Campbell. Mrs. Adrian I sell n, Robert Craig, rot Philadelphia; Hugh Law, s London; the Marquis da Moreev J. Ver-sehalTalt, ef Ghent: la. Bergman, ef Paris; John Barton, of Liverpool W. J. 6 taw-art, of Boston : Miss C7 Wolf. Miss Fnrnia. Mrs, Bandera, Mr. Thomas Fleming, Mr. and Mrs, Jesse Seiigman, tba Rev. Dr. Patterson. Dr. Alexander Buchanan, Mr. Ogdsn, Mm. Dslan-eey Kane, Mrs. Drayton, and Mrs. Rorpean, BROOKLYN. Jonas M. Farririgton was appointed Chief Clerk of Justice Bhinebardt'a eourt. In Brooklyn, yesterday, to succeed David Lindsay, ae eeased. Ha la a Rs publican. John MeNally. who killed William White, and was convicted of manslaughter la the eee ond degree, waa eenteneed yesterday to tba penitentiary, for two years by Judge Moore, Threw new cases of smallpox war reported to tbe Brooklyn Health Board yesterday. One was at 859 Warren-street, another at 144 Blegel-street, aad the third at 313 Bushwick-avenue, E. IL Hartley, the charaistTof tba Brook lyn Health Department, reported to tbe Commissioner yesterday tbat certain confectioners are using a poisonous extract ef oil of bitter almonds aa flavoring tor " pi tec he" lea cream. Tba report of tha Police Department of Brooklyn for the past year waa made np yesterday aad will aoon be forwarded to tbe Mayor. During that time 25,709 arrests were made, a decrease from 1889 of 1,682. The force consists of 90a officers, an average at one policeman to every 1,066 citUena, Justice Cullcn, in tha Supreme Court, Brooklyn, granted an order yesterday for the service br publication of tba summons and eom-plalnt In the suit for absolute divorce brought by Mrs. Ella Crocker against bar husband, John B. Crocker. They ware, married in 1878, and have three children. Ia 1885 Crocker wens to New-Jersey aad married Miss Maria Bogart, of Orange, Subsequently be left tba plaintiff, and ia now living with wife No. . NE W-JEBSKY. One of the " annex" boats plying between Jersey City and Brooklyn collided yesterday off the Battery wltb a New-York. New-Haven aad Hartford lighter. Tbe collision waa due te tba f ore of tbe current The cabin bood on tha gentlemen's side and tbe guard rails of tba ferryboat were torn away. No passengers were hurt, John MeElmeeL a Jnstioe of the Peaee of Bergen Point, wss fined 20 yesterday by Recorder Beaber for disorderly conduct Matthew Hogaa alleged tbat desiring to return to work on the coal docks be waa on nls way there when MeEImeel met htm and tried ta dissuade him. Falling in tbat be used all tbe rile name Be eould think ef and threatened Hogaa. The young woman wbo baa been unconscious at the Jersey City Hospital since sbe was found in a Pennsylvania train, last Saturday night, came te ber senses yesterday morning and told tbe warden that her name was Carrie Gilchrist, snd tbat sbe bad been employed by John Wanamaker, of Philadelphia. A dispatch announced, however, tbat no woman of that name had ever been employed there. When shown tbe dispatch she turned ber face to the wall and again became unconscious. NXW-YOBX AND NEWPORT. NrwpoBT. B. L, March 4. Daniel Wat. son, of this elty, has developed an Important project to shorten by one hour tbe time between New-York and Newport. His plan Is te cut a channel through Coiianicut Island at tbe Narrows, Inst above tbe point opposite Newport A steamer then would make tbe trip direct from Newport to Eaton's Ferry on tbe mainland In South Kingstown, connecting there by a branch railroad with the Shore Line to New-York. A petition Is already before tbe Legislature for a charter under tbe name of MTbe Newport and New-York Rapid Transit Company," signed by the following persons: Daniel Watson, Joseph P. Cotton, Henry Bull. Newport; Jesse D. Born-ton, Rowland N. Hasard. Edmund W. Davis. Providence: Hugh T. Dickey. William Argvle Watson, and H. Audley Clarke, New-York. Tbe canal will not be expensive, as a creek extends nearly across tbe island at that point It will be about three-quarters of a mile long, aad wtll cost about 940,000. A charter will probably be granted at tbe May session ef tbe Legtalatniw, and tha work will be begun during tbe bum max. CHICAGO LIVE STOCK. Chicago, March 4. A stronger feeling characterized ths general Cattl market to-day, and all desirable grades of Cattle suitable for dressed Beef men and shipper sold tally Sc. higher. Lively eocn. petition between all e lease ef barer caused a strong market, especially tor bandy Cattle weighing between 1,050 and 1,250 ft. Ths quality wss mncb poorer tbaa ea Thursday, and only twa let raid above 4 84. Th top price, a&, waa paid by a Hew. York shipper for 34 bead ot 1,684-ft. Steers. The next highest ws $4 90 for S3 bead ot 1,678-ft. Steers. Sew-York exporters bought sbont 300 Cattl tor export alive at B4 85. Aa active demand again prevailed lor all kinds of native batcher stock, and prices ruled a sbsds higher. Revised quotation are as follows 1 Extra Beeves. (5 lOfiSJ 80: eboies to fancy. B4 60sSi fair to choice, 4 304 75: fair te rood. $3 90 i 4 40 poor to rosdiam. S3 40a4 x5i through Texan a, S3 50S3 40 fancy Cows snd Heifer. 3 SO S As: fancy te choice Cows. 03 66m A interior te msdinm Cows, $1 7& c $i 66 1 poor te fancy Bulla. ( 603$ 9 stackers', S3 tbit 8J feeders, $3 10?4. The general Hog market was astir and stronger. Heavy and mixed grade opened strong, and cold So 10c higher. Light epsaed weak, bat teward the close strengthened, and closed firm. The quality was rather common, there batag very few good heavy packers oa sale. A small tot of 840 PhftodelphU Hogs sold St $5 BO several carloads. averaging SOO te 870 DV te 870 I- sold te 390 ft. packer at at SA 80; good te enotee I S eoaes 75; rough heaw te fair packara, 35 16S 99 Dvi we tisnt soia at 90 so. wiia seme few . . ir-w . uve" w vwi cvmvini mm vnw Am, w p ft. flight sold st ts 1035 35; light quotable t 34 11 w6 04 f Pig svsrsglagaS to 110V changed bands at 34 603-34 86; common ,to prim mixed weights averagteg 170 te SSO f. sold at 36 36 f 65, principally at 36 4AS6 80. Receipts were: Cattle, 6.SOO hW Hogs. 10,000 hsad t Uteep, t.eoO bead. 1HE STATE OF TRADE. 1 mtk SI U 1 A. - .W ni u . - om Bt. Loci, March 4. Flour steady and unchanged. Wheat less active, higher-, opened te, better, eased off In., fluctuated within a rangoi ec. -, aad sloeed e -e. higher than yseter. dsyi So. 3 Be4Lcee, 7e.fe7e. Msy, S0e. , elosedTebse. , Jnae. 8oXe.wSo4e closed 300. bid: J aly. 7JVi80s, closed 7.TI7l!d. Cora doll, but firm, and Vx.wee. higher; fo. t Mixed. "V?Vl-i V,UJ "- btdTMsy. 6Vv. V, 86c bid. and closed 85 VcCStie. bid. Oats steady. but lery'all: No. t Mixed, cash, 8Ssc bid: May. 2 Vs. 28Se., June, hid By steedy at 63V bid. Barley very da II aad aaehaavad. and unchanged. Hay irat Prairie, 3a al2 .t Ttmethy. 3U314. Better strong l&cta. fcgfT Arm at 13e. Flaxseed firm at 37e. Bran strong at 62c. Corn, msal Arm at H. Whisky steady at 31 18. Wool quiet and uehangsd. Previsions dull, but strong, pork, 318 60. Lard, 37 85. Balk, maate Loose lots, Losg Clear. 38 35: short Ribs. $M 86: Short Clear. $S 60; boxed lots Long Clear. $8 3S; Short Bib. 33 (71; Mhort Clear! f2 S'f1 Lg Clear. 38 60 : Short Rib. 33 75! Short Clear J. Haa very stress at gll bO 314. ltecelpte Floar. 8.000 bbls. Wheat, 3 000 baahetoi Cera, 49,000 basholsi Oats, 30.000 fewsh. els; Hy,aone: Barley. 4.000 bushels, tshlpmeatsw Floar, 6.000 bbtoi Wheat 14.O00 bushels; tors, 91.000 bushels; Oats. J.OOo bushels: Bye, aeuei Barley, S.OUO bushels. Arteraooa beard -Wheat very strung and s4e.fTc higher. Cera strong aad sc-a. higher. Oate ir aad rt.te. high. Boerox. March 4. There la a better de-aad for domestic Wool aad Drice are about th same. M aa far Hirer feel amors like bay. tug Wool, ewiag te a larger mavsaaeat of Sonde. 1 he sales ef the week aaseaated M .163.900 Bi.ef aU kinds. Ia Ohioaod Peae.rlvaala Fleeces there hsvs beoa sales ef X at Se. Jj. and ef XX stS4c35e. M k-bigaa X Wool has bsea sua at 31 ;iOfl-, a to quality. Itelala Wool have beea to falrdemaad, with aatosof Ohio at 36. 87s. and Mlehlgaa at 34e.e86e. Is Vawssbod Keateeky Cwnblag thet hav beea sales te sm extent at 80. IL Territory Wools are still weak, bet te bet, ter deroaad, aad there have beea sales ef stadium at Ste.w2e. sad ef fla at lftc73a. Choice Valley Oregoa ha beea sold a it5e.w3oa. aad t asters at lea.'-ic L a wasted Ohio Weeds hav beea oU at tew "user railed Weoto have been ta Imsr T with sales of choice Meiae asper at 33e.342c aad ef lair tesgsed so par at 30s. S5& CoatMag raUW has beea Bold tea moderate extent at 8Jc.sH0e as teqoality. CxtraPaltod has beea dull st 27e.ils. New Austnllaa Wool has arrived aad 150.0O0 fx bars Sees sold, bat mm private terns. Case Weet is b-dstlT7v.0e, In Montevideo WoofKere hav beea ! 1000 3). en private tents. Carpel W eoto have beea ana. CDfcantATX, Ohio, March A Floor quiet, Wh-a tail, good daataadi He, 9 Btee. bac. raeetpu. Ml.Oue bwhels, shipmewta. 3,600 ahsl, w. . 1 !. . . Oate eastert fork . aeasiaali BIT. Lard active aad higher at T hlghari Short Bib, T f . ; " :-"HI."JSnwl sssn run. yv i-t W1"""1 T lltsiln SSlr 1S aataaea gees en a basis ef 31 IS. 1 agar . Hag ana, esetaZam and 1 Batter I I light 34 6 T j f'? d befchers'. 33 3635 SAj r watpsa, ijw mm i setpaaewte, UW boea. Kgga eaaisr; 15c. Cheeseuraa. Jtastsrn Kxchsage san asrkssged. Bcrraxo, X. Y, March 4. Wheat So. 1 Hard T: small eeTortage heavy at 10 Vs. ewes; uri Be. A.jtari xmMt4&JJ-rm Wrntsr Wbeat str eager aad In fair Ciwa4 rtlc in ears Ha. t Bed at S6Va elaelag at hoe. i be 1 C sVtte hUcatoaa. 36wa. Cera Irases, ha a- f eavtebly auAheri avastera orders ia te tw-. " kst very a eeoteiteaei . Ye. 3, 43V . be. 1 Ynew. 41 Sc. b. 4. 4 J Vs. Ka Yellow, 44c JTa. 8. 43c Oats ia fair etoasstt. bt a fewer rate: Kt S Wbltw, SSe.eii Vs.; Nt . White. 34e.t Ke. t Mixed. 83a. Barter entet s-: . wsekiMe.1 Canada, tte.s-75.: He. 3 Canada, 6S. : bal Extra, 6x0.1 Me. I Wester. 30. Rye aegln-t-4. Ftear qaiet aad weak aad nsasagad. otb 'r, arttele aachaaged. Hswetat Wheat. 4 WO be- elsi Cera, 17.0OO baabetei Oate. 30,000 bosbeu. Shlasi.als Wheat 8, baaUelSi Oata, 3,000 bu uiw eutrioia . . MrLWAFKXK. Via.. Winn AWtaa in!'. ; Wheat hlgberi ' eaah, 7,m.i May. 79e- 1 '- . steady 1 Na. s. 36 Vs. Oats trail . White, a . By hlgberi N. 1, Me. Barley Sail: Ma 8, s Prevtoiua advene tag. Perk Mare. 319 0rM. fro. Lard - March, . 7 44 1 May. 37 65. Sou. -higher t Dairy, lAe.w22o. F.ggs weessrt lc.i? USe. Cheea steady: Ched.Wa, IS Senile. ... eerpie Floer. t,7S6 bbto.: Whsas. B.6tte hushri-Batley. 3.176 bwahsto. Bbtpmeate Ftewt, L' ' . . bbls.1 Wheat, aeaei Barlay. 17.250 beahls7t - PnoaiA, Marsh 4.-Cera ateedyt stvBi.H ' Mixed. S4e.w4e.i aewMlxsd, 8.!t4 Wo. t-i V- - uiot sad vtea-ly: !, 3 White, S9e.0e. Ie .' -MixL CTe.aV.nVe. Kve toacUvei bio. B. Bite. Whisky Brm at ft 14. Kscelpts Cora. 18..-: bwaheUt Cat. l9.0i Va seals: By. oO0 hashed nasaetat ueta. ii,w aaaaeM: ny. voo mmttv. 8hlpBat Com, 3,000 baabetoi Oate, 11.000 hu v elst Bye, nae FalX Bmn, MaaL. Ml far Priatlag Cloths wss eoj 34 qaar at 8 f.iee. tots 1 1 wore Soil tt 8a, wUh the b March A The mark ; .Diet, with small sale f I per east 1 60x68 Clot', better notau axtsmit. I for eon geoua. FTrTSBtmo, Fenn. Mtreb A Petreletsm stead -L -Tittle trading. Nationsl Transit CertlSeates open.-v at Mi closed st 8a ; algbast, ., tewast, ii ,-. BUAnronO, Penn., Mareh A Kattonal Traat-i; Certificate opened at 33HI birheat S3 Si MWeel ' east todat33i cloaraaeea. SO.OuO hois. - Locrgvnxn, Xj March " 4. Marksta an ehaaged. - .. OUTGOING STEAMSHIPS. . . TO-PAT. (AATunnATj KAnca jfetisOUs. Anvlfl rf MPsrejshgt is BoU rii, O lasgoiT. J!T 19e A. M. Elbe. BrsoMa. 10 -04 A. M. FUmbereogh. Bt Kit 1 .00 P. M. Osllia. UvorpooLt. .40:00 A. U. Katoksrbeoker, Kow-O. La BestegMk'H vrTIl XitT lea pa sea, Oalrestoa ........ Rhynlaad. Astwsr 100 A. M,- RotterdajiiJktterdatm.10K)0 A. M. Saratoga, fi sraaa , 1.-O0 B. AC aVsulaeie, Ohaiiaeten..- t,,- Ttlltlitsste, Bavanah.. ' Tunsnar, attacn 8. . a. x rsstof! liMf. it 0 t. V loo p, H f .oo p. : I. -OOP. !. umr. ti i o p. i; IKMP. :. 3H) P. M 80 F, k 00 P. li.. BMP.'al' too Ku 8:80 K l.i t:30 P. It " 0 A. IMF. IMAIf 0A.i Chattaboecbee, Bavaaaah.. Ciiy et Chisago, UverpoaL Oobaa, Praaaibua. ; Orssoa. London Wyoming. Llvsreool . Y amasses, t'bsrtostea wanaaaoAT, httbcn A Dee, Brsw ' fColorte. (ima..n .gypi, Liverpool. . .. 'eraton M anarch. LsaAoa. 1 INCOMING BTHAM8HIPS. UI TO-BAT, (SATVEBAxJ BUtCl B. . AUer. Bremen. Feb. 38. California, Hsmburg,Fb IS. ' : - Caraoas, La Uaayra, rsb. 33. v : ChAteaa Yqaeo, Berdsaax. Feb. M, ' City of Chicago. UvsrpooL Fe. ta r IMnark. Loadaw. Fb- 19. Oermaaio, Liverpool. Feb. 4 Jsrasy City, Bwaaaaa, Vaa. TA. - an4sss Anutadaa Fsby if. PCB SUXPAT, CACCp . . Advaaee, Hie Jaaslr. Per. 3. Artaoaa, LivarpasL Feb. 16. Aaraala, Uvoneel, Feb.Sd. Col oa, Asplawall. Feb. Hi. LaOsacogaa, Uavre, Fb .ta. . " KusTla, Uaaibarg. Feb 30. V Tnnlnedi Beraxal. MaacA B. : , . . pya atoyt4T. huacm T. DeveMa. Glasgow, rsb. 34. Saa Marcos. Hevaca, starch 9. , Wstra, Bremen, Fh. 3a, tin rosaPAx, stanca B. -India, Trtoste, Fsa. 8. 9VU WXPXXSnAT. MABCBJ B, . Richmond Hill Uradoa, Feb. 34. " "I " Vsrtumans, Montege Bay, star oh SV MINI A TVBB ALMANA OTHIS DA T. Boa rises.. JS Baa ssts-S:M I Mesa eatJilV uui WATfawrnts pat. J. at. a. St.- am. .16 Qov.Iarg 4 Q4 1 HsflftsSS.. J AK MAEINB INTELLIGENCE XfXW-TOBX.. ..FRIDAY. MfARCXA.' VLB A BSD. Sreanuhhkt Regulator, It grass, Wfjmlagtoa. K.C. WilUta P.CIfdVA Co. i Cur o(baa Aateate. vru er. Pert iteyal aad Peraaadiaa, Fia C U. Ataflory A Co. i Mexico, Ibpasv.) Caroms, Havana, J. It. Ce-hallos A. Cef Bbaelta, (Uer .) Vemlgeeang, Hsu., burg, A&, KanbardtA C- Mery (br .) Doaeaa. Glasgow, Ueadorsaa kraa.) Bolivia, (BO biaaii. Qlaagow,Betteraoa Broo.i Gail la. (Br) Msrpuy. Uverpeol. Voraoa H. Brown AC.: City at AUau. te. LoekwooA Charlaaloa. J.W.QalBtant Stei La BretegB. (Prn) de Jeussalla. Hawe, Leal As Bbtaat Old Dominion, Smith, bortolk. City Foist, and Rich mo A. Old ltewlsioa Bteamthis Oa I Astrt ea.(Hr Croxoa, Cnbiln. ataadoreoa A (tea Bay. tiea Ropablie, Coaptee. Case Haytwa, SV Lord t . AaaOai Kotterdaas. (lmtra.1 Via, Kotterdaaa, HoL, jrnaca, BAiyo at nayniaao, tsog jmioa Antwerp, rotor wngai o ovau. Ship Tails ). Btarback, Cnrtto, Calentsa, a . 3V. hern. Hark a T. H. Waraters. fBrt Pisoslsl. Til an aad JCxnMHita. J. W. Whltasv A Oo. i aioaiwvta. Its er. Monrovia, x siss ax rorxavBetai vtrtsss, I Norw-I filaan. Baaaoa Avrs. Jeha Mortea A aoai uarnert, Hri uarngaa. iudxitx. rv cause, w. st . navaanao. Miner 4 ABETTED. Bteamshtp State e Oeovgto. (Br .) gew via Lara 14 de, with stdsa, and Bfasdto, atea te Assoa naidwu at ce. Bteaauhip Ossoa, KsBy. Aswa, Aa. via Targ3 Island It to, with mdsa. sad ysssengar to Wiluaa -P. Clyde A Ca. Bteaaxhlp Aades, (Br .) McKalght, Jaemet. 4Va- , IS da, with mdae. aad yasaagar te Pits, Fecwesd . St Ce Bteamshtp FTsneenia, Bss salt. FwtlaaA, wtth atdsa. te Uoratto Hsa Ship Rhine, (ef Wtndser. Jf. B,. M seem bar. Bet-terdaat 30 ea wltb lraa and empty barrel te order vessel te aaow ax Bargees. Bark Btbocea Caraaaa, Doharty, sTsfsmrss 14 . as, wiia tugar to w syoeu ex im Bark Cbaries F. warn. Peterson, Bt age IT da., with sugar and mahogaay to (4. Aaistock 4k Ce. vessel te Miller A Heoghtoe. narh K astral, (of Wtadsor. M. B) rnaea. Mataaaas 10 da, with sagar te BAveatarer m Fins vsssal te F sulks A Co, Bark Nerd America, (ItaL.) lcsreaea. castsna-are tt 4a, with oranges to Lawrence, Giles A Oo. Bark dTa. Bravtua.lirav. Weed's MaU. in ballast te Millar A Heegbtosv Bark Northern Aaplr,(ef WbWtooV, H. S) Vaavea. ' Hlog 130 A, via porttend, MA, with mdsa, teocdol vessel te ih ninil1 Bras. Bark Belmont, (ef Bos tea.) Ceggins. Cardeaas 8 4s.. with sugar teerdsr veassl te AtUter A UeegV Bark Prtvataar. (ef t John, BT. B,) Landry, Dtepp 40 ea, wltb ebalk te order .vessel te W. KlweU A Os. Brig Ristog Ba,(ef BTsw-Bsvem.) Pnbs.Psmcrara BO da, wltb sugar to L. W, A P. Aratetreag. Brtg Mary K PitmeH. (of Harrhsgtea.) MnVebeO, Baa Loniage lBda, with weed SAd bonoy teerdsg rssoat te O. A. Brest, Boa A Oo. Brtg Robert IMUoa, Issghtea, Perth Amboy, te Xvaas, Ball AO. . WIND eanss. at Bandy Hash, light, w. Z faJxi at City Islaad, light, bi. X. slse SAILED. 3 tea si ps Kngtoad, for IJverpoeli Moray, fsv OUsgowi Both al aad . K sstorlsa. for LeaeVsa: B rsete. ter Ooeanhtgsai Rheeua tor Matbargi Lav Aharaa. for nawport Now. Barks Bvaa. tar Baaa as Arrest Amsrtea. far Ba : swnoas; joe steed, lor Baniae Pi : Imnsrtsr. fag yniianeiTisia Brigs ateyiaa. tor BUbea: Jv. fovQaorte. A achored at City Islaad. Wand et Ship K. J. Bpioer, for Bristol. " SPOXEN. : : Bebr. CaTlabria, (Br from Bswtb Am bey, far B gaa, Fsb. 5, Ut 83 3X ton. 73 14, . - . MISCELLANEOUS. Tbe suassshlp Bo Sate. (Br,) Capt Valet, whJea has arr. at Halt frost how-V ark, taisst oa PvA. 88. la tot 48 N, m m. 33 W the ship Ievid Crockett, (Asa,) Capt Aadsrs . trset New-Yerk Pa, li. tor Antwerp, leaking, wltb redder head bcw.es aad royal aaaotsgoa. Bho roqalrod ae seltanee. ' The amp was bolag steoraa wixa taesiaa oa tap ranoaw ehaia. which was atiaeaed te a pav oa law eaarter. Thoatoaaiahib Doeaa. (Uer.t Caot kaww. whllt roooodlag froai SnoM, tor Balliaere, oa Mara 3, same la eaillaioa wiU tbe st ship Kaeia-teia, (Oar,) at BresMwaavea. A tog prevaued at thi urn, sola voaoot prscsooea, ana u is not I s s what daiasgs tbey sneteised bt cable. ; ' ; Loavon, March A-s-Tb steaasahfp TJaedag City, ' (Br, Car, ttero, frees Now-York Fob. la. art, i Bristol yeoterdaj The sfaaas ship Jfsw-Vork fob. 1 strum yssiaviisy. kflAarcLat Loitb relterdar Tbosteoawaip LaA Mporter, iBr.l Cap,! srt, xres psw-xor see. aa um ut hi. ThecteasashipBsrwJeto, (Br..) Caat Jeaes, elds' troio Patera tor Mow-York yob. 8e7 - The otfhlp Cervla. tBe- CaaA.1 wet P si seals for Saw York Pan. Id. Tks tlraiashls 1 lit i Case. Hljo a mlAl Ajrurm wimwwi mam z. wm- v ova ysetsroaF, . W a eve y wr - a wm ss waiswy, . YTte stsamshrp Tweeee tBU U- treat hWSIISfod BTsw.Yerk ysoterday. . , tea-ohi, Ptewergate. (Bt. Oat tcbxihW , ttnm Hew-York Feb. 10, sre at Bsrdsaax Mareh A xaenaaaaaaip Tsntsnoa. latw capt. free Chtaa aad f ipsa, tor Bw-Yas. aj tsL-aaasrowB, ax area e-Tae wafts naklp Brttaaaat. Case. Pmrrv. teams VM.Veru Kambarad ranrkdM 3. at sxms L Leaky

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