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SAJiOAN DISPUTE' SETTLED.
The Protocols Before the Slate Department
EX SEC BAYARD'S PASTORAL LIFE.
The trails Bringing Many Congratulatloni
to the Secretary of State Mr. Maine
Smiles Jllandly, but Says Nothing Prob
abilities that the Text Wilt lie Promptly
Published Germany's Splendid Attitude.
XJbbmn, May 31. It 1b fully bclioTcd that
r.n gland and tbo United Mates will cordially
assent to tho decisions of tho Bamoan Confer,
enco, which trill not reassemble for several days.
Tho Commissioners havoagrced to tho questions
nt lnuo and have drawn up a protoool. This
liai been telegraphed to tho Governments Inter
estcd, and it Is expected that replies will bo re
ceived by wire On their arrival a final for
mal sitting will bo hold.
COLUPSB OF THE CRITICS.
"Tbo World'" Authorized Announcement
(arxcuL to tan would. 1
VTiBtirKaTON, May 31. Tho press cable
cram received from Berlin this after
noon (and printed above) has attracted
ronewed attention to tho full abstract
of tho Satnoan Convention which appeared
exclusively In yesterday' " World." Theso
cablegrams state that ' ' tho conforeuco will not
reasBemblo for soveral days "exactly what
The WonLD Bald; that "tho Commissioners
have agreed to the questions at issuo and
have drawn up a protocol" tha lau
gnago of Tub Wonu'a cablegram; that "this
lias been telegraphed to tho governments inter
ested "so stated m The Would Thursday; and
that "it is expected roplies will soon bo received
by wire, and upon rocclpt of which a final
formal sitting will bo held "a repetition of The
Woiild's authorized message
These facts woto all known to the readers of
Tue Would yostorday, and their full and com
plete confirmation by these later reports serves
only to increase tho astonishment of thoso who
read Tub Woiild's exclusivo announcement
yesterday. Tho enterprise of Tnx Would
in scoring such a signal "boat," not
only over tho American, but also over
11)0 English and Continental press, by
securing tho Important news a day In advance
of any other journal, is still tho themo of wonder
in official circles hero, particularly at tho Btato
Dopartmout. Tho snarls, carping criticisms
find feeble attempts to cant discredit upon Tun
Wom.d'8 publication by Journals which, of
course, did not print tho nows, have been effoc
'trtally silenced by tho lato cablegrams from Ber
lin. BrECIAti rxEADixfl.
An afternoon local paper, which yostorday at
tempted to discredit The Would'b story, to-day
prints, tho following: "State Department offi
cials absolutely dcclino to discuss tho Samoan
conference. They admit that matters nro in
mien shape as to wan ant the expectation of a
speedy conclusion of tho conference compara
tively unimportant details only rrraainlng to bo
adjusted. But upon tho provisions of the
treaty, if a treaty has yet been drawn,
they refuse to talk further than
to say that tho public must rccclvo its informa
tion respecting ttcatics in tho usual course,
namely, after tho action of tho United States
Senate, to which all ttcatios must bo sub
mitted for appioval boforo thoy become oper
ative. Tho obv ious reason for this con r so lies
in tho fact that important amendments
nro often mado by the Henato after
ticatics havo been arranged by the diplnmatla
officers of tho treaty powers. Ho radical are
these changes, in fact, that they havo caused
tho failuro of pending treaties, a notablo iu
Manco occurring in tho last Congi ess." ..,.,
. Tho sanio journal says editorially: "Whllo
the United Htatca may not havo succcodrd in
obtaining precisely what it has favored in
respect to all tho points at issue in tho Bamoan
Conference, tho indications point to the sub
stantial adoption of tho American coutentlon
by tho Commissioners. "
CONGRATULATION! C0MIN0 W.
Rccretaiy Blaino has to-day received soveral
telegrams congratulating him upon the results
of the llerlln Conference, based upon tho ab
stract of the completed protocols published in
Tim Would. Whllo declining to .discuss any
Iihase whatever of tho subject hu is apparently
itghly gratified, not only at tho results achieved
y his Commissioners, but also at tho
fftvorablo comment heard on all sides. An
pfllcisl of tho Htato Department said to
The Would coi respondent to-day that tho full
tuxt of tho trcatv would hardly bo mado public
nutil after tho Henato shall havo acted upon it.
It w ill be remembered that w lion President Cleve
land eut tho nihoilos treaty to tho Houato ho
accompanied it with a suggestion that it bo mado
public with as littlo delay as possible. This
HUggeBtion was debated with closod doors and
dually adopted, after which tho treaty was
taken up and discussed in open session.
It is not bellovod. however, that tho
Hamoan treaty will go to tho Houato
with any such ropiest fiom tho President
nr Secretary Blaine. Tho fact that our relations
with Germany and Kamoa. as well as with Eng
land, aro involved, together with Hcoretary
Blaiuo's well-known cautious and scoretlvo
policy, induce tho belief that tho Henato will not
make the Bsmoau treaty public uuttl after tho
EXACTLY WHAT THE WOULD SAID.
Concoriiinn The Wihild'h publication of tho
abstract of tho Hamoan treaty, the Washington
J'lint of this morning sa :
' Tho country will bo bloasod to learn that tho
Hamoan Coufcrcuco has concluded its labors
subject, of course, to tho approval of its respoct
Ivo governments and that this tripartite treaty
agreed upon embraces tho provisions which, from
thorlrst, wcro contmidcd for by tho American
Commissioners. The conference was held cut
the invitation of tho German Cliancollor; and
in framing instructions for tho action of tho
CommlHHloncrs Jlr. Blaino closely followed
tho policy outlined by his predecessor.
Tliee instructions n,uutiug Tur. Would
covered tho rustorutinn of tho etnKm
wo (iiifr, tho virtual autonomy of the
Hamoan ixoplc, and tho perfect ciuality of tho
ticaty powers in their l elation to Hamoa and its
Government. How successfully tho American
Commissioners carried out tholr instructions
and how fully they disuhargid their duty in tbo
premlHcs is shown by tho almtinct of tho treaty
l , which has been oublml. In tho placo of foreign
control which had been pioposcd for the go
crnmout or tho islands tho schemo adopted
VfcurcK a uativo predouiinauco amounting to
autonomy. Then, It Is prutlded that tho
United Hfatis. Qreat Brltiau and flcrmany shall
In every way bo equal in tho in
lluenco tlioy may exort and tho part
tlieymay take In as'lstiug the names tonaids
self goverumeut, Thp municipal gowriimuut of
Apia, quoting The Would, i to lio exclusively
liativc. and In tho Hamoan Council nr Ministry
tie iKiworsaioiestrioted from any rrpiesuuts
tiou. An AibUoiy Council, how over, is tumbled
for, cousUtingof ouo rcpicKculativoof each of
t iji powers, tho l'-nu'llMi rcprc4cntHtlve. In con
M.leiatlnn nr tbo itifellnrprcpoiiiUrnncuof Ung
ll.li coiiimureial interests, to act meiely as an
aililU'r when (Jeriiinn and American views clash,
ft land court quoting Tiik Would will uxamluo
titles to real estate, sottlo disputed claims and
lot at rit qnestlmiM of ownorshlii. llnlietoa Is
tnboroiiistateit us King, anil the constitution
Idopk'il prnvlilm that tho iilaiitU am tn lw gov
rud by a uatlva kbit ami vlev-klnu- to bo
elected by tho Hamoans. Thcsn ofllclals. to
gether with tho chief of tho Hamoan clans,
are to form an uppor legislative chamber,
and representatives chosen by tbo people on tho
basis of ouo for every two thousand of the popu
lation, will constitute a second leeislatlvo body.
Tho Gorman claims for Indemnity, which
at ono tlmo threatened to obstruct tbo
progress of the negotiations, wero practi
cally waived. Now lhat tho end appears to
have been so speedily and satisfactorily reached,
tho country is to bo congratulated on tho happy
settlement of what might havo proved a vexa
tious and tedious auction, and tho Commis
sioners tjienmelvcs on the skill ami success of
HE PITIED SAMOA.
Ex-Recrctnry Itaynrd Ucllutilrit nt the Re.
suit, but Out nf Politic.
rsrxcuL to tbe wonLn.i
Wilmixoton, Del., May 31. AWoni.n cor
respondent called on ox-Hccrctary Bayard at his
pretty home (Dclamoro I'lacc) In tho suburbs
of this city this afternoon to get tils opinion of
tho cabled summary of tho Hamoan treaty
exclusively published In Tho World yester
day. The handsomo cx-Sccrctary was found
on tho lawn, trimming tho hedgo that divides
his property from tho street and painting somo
small sticks that he had planted near
the hodgo to protect his Honors. Everything
about the place looked spick and span in prepa
ration for tho occupation of Its now mistress
licit mouth. Mr. Bayard groctcd tho corre
spondent pleasantly. "Havo yon read tho
Hamoan treaty as cabled to The Would yester
day t" asked the lcportur.
"Yes, indeed," replied Mr, Bayard.
"Will you glvo me your opinion of tho treaty
and tho work accomplished by tho United Htatcs
"ImiiBt decline to express an opinion at this
tlmo or to criticise the work of tho Commission
ers. It is prcmaturo for me to say anything at
tho present tlmo. 1 only wish tliem every suc
cess and bono that all parties concerned may
leach an amicablo settlement. My opinions In
tho matter havo beon so much moro fully
expressed in my coricspondonco with tho
1'resldent and in tho President's message than I
ran speak thorn that I need add nothing more.
I can see no reason to chango those opinions.
What I proponed in regard to Hamoa was offered
in a disinterested spirit oxcopt looking to protec
tion If or our commercial interests with these
islands in tho future. I pitied tho Hamoans and
felt interested enough to help them. They have
been 'denized' almost from the faco of tho
Mr. Bayard then re-read the cxclnshc cable
cram ou tho treaty In yesterday's Would, but
nrmly yet graciously declined to glvo a moro
explicit opinion. He remarked that ho no
longer occunlod an official position and was not
rupomible for tho Government's action.
HirrOLITE THE VICTOR.
New of III Triumph Said to Havo Hern
Itecelved In London.
London, May 31. A message has been re
ceived In this city from Gen. Hlppolyte, the in
surgent leader in Hayti, saying that ho has de
feated President Legitime, captured Tort au
Trlncc, tho capital of that country, and pro
claimed himself provisional Frciident.
In addition to tho forogoine It was reported
among New York merchants having biislucss
relations with Haytl that Legitime had beun
forced, to lleo for his life, and that anarchy
proraiMdin tho streets of tho capital, Hlppolyte
being powerloss to quell tho riotous propensities
nf his legions. One of tho most important
Haytlan merchants, when questioned about tho
rumor, said: . ., .
"That Is Just what I havo been expecting to
hear. It was bound to come, and that within a
very short time."
Among Legitime's adherent' the story was
cliarantorlrod as a canard. Even among tho
sympathizers of the North somo doubts were ex
pressed as to the truthfulness of tho announce
ment. - -
Nellie Ely in tho Oneida. Community See
Dlsarnrlnar nn Honored Name.
(srxciAi, to tiik world:)
Stamford, Conn., May 31. William K. Glen
denning, who a few years ago moved in Stam
ford's highost social circles, was arrestod to
night on a ohargo of burglary. Tbo prisoner is
tho son of tho lato Prof. George B. Olendeu
mug and a brother of tho late-Qrorgo W. Olen
dcuning cashier of tho Btsmford National
Bank. T"he police say that William has com
mittcd forgery in various oities, and escaped
Jail in Florida only a few weeks ago through tho
Inllucuce of his relatives. On May ifi Ids
mother's honso on North street was entered by
burglars. Among the articles stolen was a
watch belonging to Frank right, organist of
Ht. Andrews, who boarded there, Young Glen
denning was suspected, and whon arrested a
pawn-ticket for tho watch was found iu his
Men Whom You Can Hire to Murder
Read the SUNDAY WORLD.
Ootlmm' Wnrehouse Hit.
Washington. May 31. -Secretary Whidom
has revoked tho agioomcnt mado by htsprode
crssor, Secretary Fail child, with the owners of
a site ou Twelfth stroet. New York City. selected
for tho erection of an appraisers' warehouse.
There was an incumbrance on tho projicrty and
tho Secretary would wait no longer for the title
to bo perfected. He also had serious doubts as
to tho doslrablllty of the site selected, thtnkiug
it too far uptown. The soleotion of a site is now
open to general competition, Congress has ap
propriated HuO,OOOfor the purpose or a site
for an appraisers' warehouse, or $2,000,000 if
suitable ground can bo secured large enoush for
tho erection or both an appraiser a puildin g and
Dr. Bsmuf 1 Preston Moors, lstn Surs-ton-DsiiFral of
Vie Confederate States, died yestsrdsy in Illchinona.
., of contrt'stlon of the longs. Ir, Moore wss born
In Mouth Csrolina March 141 BWI. HswsssppolnuVt
Assistant Hurason tn the United States Arujy April
30, 1S4H, suit sf terwsrdi commissioned Hunreon, with
thsrsnk of Major. 11 served m the Mexican war,
.... . ik.t ft mm tn trim Hit nf nisi riimat(ftn wa
stationed, ou the frontier. When South Carolina
seceded he resiensd his position, snd In 1801 was
arpolnted Hurt eon-Oeneral ofthe Confederal BUtea
Army, which iiosltlon he held until ths eloso of the
wsr. Dr. Moore was considered one of tbe best
executive officers In the Confederate Government.
Ex-Coroner John Wlldey, who died Wednesday st
Uelleviie UDsnltsl, was one of the old-time iKilltlcUm
snd volunteer Aremen. He was a Csptsin of the
Eleventh New York Volunteers during the war and
wss dUtlua-ulahed for bravery In several blood; bat
tles. He wss elected a Coroner on the Tammany
llell ticket and during the refrn ot the rin was
favorite of Moss Tweed. lie wss one of theor?siil;
ers snd supporters of the famous Mutual Dasebull
club, of till, city, whose yonteits with the Iced
Btocklnss, of Cincinnati, and Athletic;, of Philadel
phia, on the Union Oroundi, WUUausbura-, sre still
femembeied. Mr. Wlldey was once very wealthy,
but died roor.
Dr. Fraamus M. Pond, a leading-tih)sn-lan of Rut
land. Vt.. and of wide repute In nts profession In
that Stile, died yesterday, aved sixty-one esrs. He
was autle of franklin, Mass., aud a graduate of
llarvkid Medical College. .He had been Iresldentof
fheVrniiontHtateMedl.alBoeletyenir of the Hut
land County Burslral Club. He wsa a skilful sur
sceon, and one ot the few In this country who hsve
successfully removed netye brsnrirlcsl operation.
Tie was a writer on medical subjects and had per
fiK tod several sursical Instruments of value, siuopir
width is Ponds srWrnosrepb for traclns the clr
culstlon of the blood. Ibis Instrument li ; extensively
uted In Woi and Is In eonetant denwnd. Dr. l'ond
was a dlstlngutshed member of tbe Masonic fra
ternity. 1 he f unersl of. Cob Alonio W. Moresn, ssed ninety,
oneyesrs. lbs oldest rcsldsnt of Ulens Kflls, N. i.,
was lanraly attendinl jesterday. Col. MoiKsn was
ZVn atTt yAl"sn?, Vt.. snd lo, sted In Olins Pslls In
INltl. He wss elected Huiienlsiir fix times, Aeeaor
ilThttluies. Buierlntendent of Canals onre, Itjsl
ilentlsl oleclor once. Overseer of tne Poor once, Vlb
lute '1 rustee four times., Couiiulsidoner of Uivbwsn
on. o and wss sppolnted by tho I eglslatur In IBil
tmt of tlireo C'umiiirssloiier of gutwislmry to confer
with a like number from the town of Moresu. Bsra
toira County, lor the purpose of arrswilrur plsns for
liulldluif the uow-fsmous Oueensbury-lloreau brUbr,
ovar the HtidMin at (Hens Palis. .This iae Is sTuHn
lltlsallon. He was a director In thy (Ileus Kalla In.
sursnee Company snd the Olens Fslls Nstionsl Hank.
He was made Colonel of regiment vr udlltia nearly
rlaTa'iasti'iirTstW 1 1 " ''- -
THE MERRY TICKER IS DUMB.
No More Docs Itt Siren Sounds Entrance the
Souli of Blen.
WALL STREET WILL BE STILL TO-DAY.
At the Cong Anttouneeit the doting Iour
fit the Stock Exchange Vtttertlau "" "
Wirtt Jl'ere Cut Scild to be an Attack
on the Jlucket fihopt No Quotations
Witt Reach the Spccutatort.
For tho first tlmo In twenty-two years tho
sound of tho ticker recoi ding tho prices of stocks
will not bo hcaid to-day, and piobably not for
many days to come. This sound, which is an
tweet music to the ear of tho aleit broker. Is
How a thing of tho past, and tho placo of tho
ticker that produced It will bo taken by mcsfceii
gets who will havo to speed faster than
they at o wont to do In carrying tho record of
quotations fium the Uxchango to tho ofllces
of its members. No longer will thnslucwd specu
lators and manipulators in their nflices looking
out over tho city of the denit In Trinity church
yard be able to follow tho variations of the mar
ket, for yesterday tho Oovcnilni: Committee of
tho Htock Exchaugo determined not to roncvv
tho privileges with tho Cold aud Htoclc and tho
Commercial Telegram companies for tho uso of
their tickers, and as soon as tho final quotations
wero sent out all tho ticker wires weio cut, leav
ing tho Exchaugo as barren nf means nf com
municating Its quotations to tho public as it was
nearly a quarter of a century ago.
Tho echo of tho gong announcing tho closing
hour had scarcely died awaybofoio II. 1'. Morse,
tlio Vice-President of tho Exchange, mounted
the rostrum and untitled tho member of what
tho Governing Cominittco had decided upon,
and within less than an hour thereafter tho
wires wero all cut. Mr. Morso said that asun
der the decision nf Judgo Andions that Ex
change could not disenntiuuo tho scrvico of tbo
Commercial Telegram Company without
discontinuing also that of tho Gold
and Htock Company, tho Cnmmlttoo
had decided to give tip both, ami
as tho privileges granted to thesu companies
was mado monthly, and expired at :J o'clock on
tho last day of the mouth. The Cumniittco yes
terday afternoon had concluded not to lenowtlie
privilege, and that, thoiofore. tho Exclungu
would be without tho usual means of rccoidiug
quotations. Ho advised every momber to pro
vide himself with somo way of Informing bin
ofllce and his customer of tho prices uf stocks.
Tho members present bioko nut into a sell that
could bo heard a block away. They cheered
until tho ratters rang aud tlioy themselves woic
hoarse, and then mado a bleak for the sttcit to
spread tho news. In a very few mtnutcs largo
crowd gathered In front of the Exchange
building. In thecrond wero a lot of men and
boys who thought they say an oppoituuity to
find a job as messengers.
IIIHIOUV OK THE TICKI'.n.
Tuft first ticker was put in tho Exchaugo in
1H07, It was veiy imperfect, and wus finally
Juperscded about 1K70 by tho ono adopted by
be Gold aud Htock Tclegiaph Company, and
during all theso yeais on every btihincs day tho
firiccs of stocks aud tho l ceo ills of all truusac
ions havo been sent out. About six years ago
ho Commercial Telegram Company succeeded
In making a contract with tho Exchaugo for the
privilege of putting its ticker on tho floor, and
ever since then thcio hss heen tumble, for very
shortly thereafter an cflort was mado to get the
Commercial Company out. This eflorl was ie
s'sted by the Company, who took the mat
ter to the courts, whore it hss Ikjoii ovorsinco
in intormlnablo lawsuits. Two weeks ago
Judge Andrews of tho Htinrcmo Comt rendered
the decision referred to by Mr. Mm so, and tho
lawyers for tho Exchaugo at nucu advised tho
Governing Committee of tho latter to take tho
" hull by the liorus " and put both tickers out,
and they followed that advice.
The New tork Exchange, in Its facilities for
semilog out its quotations, has been in ailvanco
of all theexchaugesof tho woild. In the Lou
don Htock Exchange tho quotations aio scut out
every (If teen minutes only, and iu Pal in no
quotations arc obtainable except direct from
tome broker who n relates on the Bourse, but
hero the ticker gave a cumpleto rccont of tlio
entire business ually. A great many brokcis
havo taken advantage of this to establish ofllcoj
uptown, where tholr customers could go and
see the quotations and soud their orders
down by pnvato who, instead of being
obliged to como downtown lu piraoit. Private
news agencies havo also been established with
tlckorsof tlielrown.on which they have sunt nut
the quotations tak'ui from the official tickers,
and there is to-dayZscarctly a hotel, leading ics
taurant, bar, bllliard-rnom or any place whole
men congregate where, bv means of this set v ice,
Htock Exchaugo quotations could not bo sccu.
1ILUAININO 1IIH HK.VHEH.
The caso with which quotations could bo ob
tained has brought Into oxlsteiice the bucket
shops, aud this action completely wipes tho-o
establishments nut. It has always liecii chaigud
that the Consolidated dtock and Pcti oleum Ex
change has stolen its stock quotations, and this
move is believed by many persons to bo a blow
dniod at tho younger Lxchango. 1'iaiikTaek,
Viee-Prcsidont of the Consolidated Exchange.
and its Chairman. Mr. Peters, both claimed
that tholr institution would not bo hurt but
would be benefited lis this action.
' I havo no fear of the r( suit, " said 3Ir, Pclei s.
" We are all right and will go along as usual
andean make our own quotations without any
The old-fashioned pad system will now bo re
established. Every liioktr will have to tako
down tbe quotations ami scud them to his nlllee
by telephone or messenger, and each member la
pltdgeiltint to give theso quotations to aqy per
son but the members ot his Him, fellow-members
of the Exchungu and his customi'is.tho aim
boing to keop the quotations as closely unaided
as possible, and after the day's business Is over
the Exchange will oftlolally .publish the record
of tho tianssctioiisandgiotout to those they
think arc entitled to it.
"AHTUWIl KNTKlirntHK. "
At the oflleo of tho Commercial Telegram Com
pany the centlomaii iu chaigo said that this ac
tion of the Exchaugo was a umprUo tn them.
' We have about '-', 000. 000. " lie adden, "in
vested in our tickers and plant and I Mime tho
Gold and Htock Company havo about .-. mill..
000 thus invested, and it haidlv stems possibliv
to mo that the Htock Exchange can bu allowed
at one fell snoop to mill all tills piopcrty, for
without access to the floor of tho Lxchango and
the ability to obtain the nflicial quotations tho
property is mado Practically woithlcxs. n
shall consult counsel, of com so, and bo guided
by uur legal advlnua iu whatever wo do,
and thcio is not much doubt that
wo shall tako somo action without delay."
At thoofuce of the Gold and Htock Company no
one could bo found who was willing to talk
alsiut the matter. Many persons liclieved that
this was simply a shrewd dodgo to get lid nf the
Commercial Company and it Uw suits and thut
some now ariaugemciit would at unco be mado
with the Gold and Htock Company for tho put
rhaso of Its plant so that thu Exchaugo could
run its own ticker svstem.
lliu Pieoldeut of thu Htock Exchange, W. I,.
Bull, is in Europe, hut It-Vlce-J'uiduit. Mr.
Morse, said that thoy bad not ('onsiilerod any
Iilsn for tlio futuic. "'ibis is an cms i uncut,'
insaid, " and no man can tell lion it will work.
Ve have considered this action tn bo for tbo
best, and having taken tuis ponltlon we will
stand by it. What tho roult will bo isnuntlier
question, but I expect that it will come out all
'1 III" action hits the afternoon papers hnid, for
they havo been accustomed to lely outiiily nil
the nflicial ticker for lato nuns. Now the) will
be heavily handicapped lu getting thu Informa
tion they absolutely iiquiie and which that por
tion of Oin general tmblio interested in finance
wants to Hud.
WHAT Mil. WlllliHl.il M.VVH. '
The lobbies nf thu various hotels wore emu dud
last night, and littlo gioups of speculators and
sto;k brokers sjood heiu snd there discuosing
the situation, which, to tbiin, vvsx (liionf pais
mount interest. At thu Wiudsor Hotel Itidoro
BLAINE AND BISMARCK.
Can Jt lie that Our l'nmtcr Hat Captured
A'irotft, llctinrt and lloott at llerlint
Woimsor was explaining tho effect of tho move
ment to an interested customer, but stopped
long enough tn tell a Would leiwrter what. In
his opinion, tho intention and CMcct of the
(InvouiingConiiniUoo's action was.
"Tho Governing Cnmmittcn of tho Htnek Lx
change," said Mr. Wormsor, "never indulge in
child's piny. They considered this step well
hoftuo they took It, and you mayicst ammed
they will give it a full and fair trial before they
abandon it. We have been for yeara furnishing
olticial quotations f i qui our Exchange to a set of
swindleis the buckct-ihopkoopoiH against our
will. Wo think It is high time to stop It, and
the only way to slop it is to givo prices
only to thoic who will not use them
nt tho bucket-shop men ilo. I cannot
seo how It will inconvenience tho members of
the llxchungc nr thoii custonieis. Our firm has
mado ample ariangcincnts for the tmusititiudori
of piicis fiom the lloaid to our (lfllce, and I
lirismno the other members havo dnno the
same. As to uptown branches, well, the traders
there must cither tako such prices aa are sent
tliem or come downtown to tiailc, as they did in
olden times. 1 understand that this action is
designed simply toriachtho bucket-shops and
do not .think it is meant to aid tho Gold and
"Sviiaf i'ffr" Vdo I think It will havo on West
em Union slock? Wait till to-morrow, my , hoy,
and sec. No man can till w lint effect anything
cau havo ou tho stock markot."
TALKIMI IT livr.ll Al Till! 1U1HMAN.
At tho Hodman House tho repoitcr met a lit
tlo knot of Consolidated Exchange olllciala.
Among them were President Charles. George
Wilson and H. .!. Werner, Chairman of the
Clearing-House Committee. They did not seem
to be iu tho least disconcerted by thoact'on nf
the Htocl; Exchange, although it is generally
understood that their business depends entnely
upon their ability tn get piouipt quotations
fiom the floor of that body.
' Wo know, of course, said Picsidont Vv ilaon,
" that this Is a blow at us and not at tho bucket
sluis, as they claim. Every shnt they have
aimed ut our Boaid and they have boon numer
ous, has ostciislblv been dliceted at the bucket
fhops, but wo aro tho real object. You may say,
lovvovcr, that they havo inland the mark. Then
action will not hint in jn tho least. We ran
make our own quotations and will do so.
Our Board believes iu free trade, and wo aro
not afraid tn send out a rocoid of all transac
tions mado by us. I wish tho Htock Exchaugo
would ngreo not to send any quotations over
ticker for three mouths. Ir they male such au
agreement 1 will gtvo them f 1 00. 000."
A prominent stockholder In the Commercial
Company said to a Would icimrttr last evening:
"Foi tho past few years tho pubhn has been
fully posted fiom time to time of tho devious
methods i oMorted to by tho gnvcrnois of the
New York Htock Exchange to secure a monnmly
of all tho stock quotations. The tecoidanf the
Hunrcme Coprt abound with tvidciico on this
subject nf vital moment to all investors in tho
sicuiities dealt lu st tho Lxchango ami tho
flnaii'.'ial puhlin rested under the latest decision
of tha General Term of the Huprrmo Court;
which held that tho Htock Exchange could not
throw of tho Commercial Telegraph Company
without thinning off the Gold and Htock,
having the all-important point for tho
Court of Appeals, whethor tho stork
quotations did not belong to the public
In tho meantime. Tho General Term held that
tho Htock Exchange could tint throw off the
Couimciciul without notice and that the Court
must tirst psss upon the question as to collusion
and fraud that might exist between it and tho
Gold and Htock Jay Gould's company, To tho
amaciiicnt of tbo public, this saving clausu waj
totally lguoied and both companies wciecnt off
HI five minutes' notice. It is safe tn say that
fiaudiB at tlio bottom of it all. Jay Gould and
tho Htock Exchangu havo combined tn form a
monopoly aud crush out the Commercial."
('Iilrngn I Quiet To.lluy.
CiucAno, May :1. In accordance with picvi
ous announcement nflicial quotations of tho
Board of Trade will bo cut oil tu-moriow fiom
about fivo hundred correspondents who aio
nnn-iiiembcrs of tho Board. Arrangements
have been mado in most instances by commis
sion iiioi chants to keep their customers infoi lued
nf market changes and an Increased forco of
telegraphers will bo put on the floor to handle
the business. Employee of tho Gold and Htock
Telegraph Company were sent out this attei
noon to remove allnf thu tickers from tho nfflcci
of persons mid corpoiations not members of the
Arrlvnl ol'JuUo Kllrulu.
Jake Klliain arrived at Quarantine on tho
steamer Adiiatlc last night. Ho is iu good
health. Tho news of his mother's death had
not beon communicated to him st a lato hour.
Ho looks well. Charlie Mitchell and his wife
were ulso ou board. Patrick Hhca, a stcerago
passenger, committed sulcldo by Jumping over
board May '-W in latitude .11, longitude 17.110.
Tho ship stopped ami a boat u ctow searched au
hour fur the body without succeis.
The Confidence Quoen at Work A gain
Road tho SUNDA Y WORLD.
IlnptUi( a Ilnby McKae.
Wahhisiitox, Mk.. 11. The President's grand
daughter. Mary Lodge McKcc. was chiistened
this afteinoon at tho White House by hor grand
father. tlu llcv. Dr. Hcntt, iu the preaonce of
tho family, the mcmbeis of tho Cabinet, and
(Jen. and Mrs. Williams.
Queer Things in the Mail-See the SUN
John Gilbert lliuiseruusly III.
IkisTos, May :il. Joint Gilbert, tho well
known actor, is lying seriously 111 in this city.
Mi. Gillwrt camo tolloton on his way to Man-riiretci.by-tlio.Hca
about two weeks ago. Affec
tion of tho kidneys aud pneumonia it hit complaint.
The Sacred River of India -Frank Q, Car
pentenn tho SUNDA Y WORLD.
t'ur A'ltfl VugUintl, Unsteru .Vru J'ocl, .'(
r i"rf(fiiniJif(i, A'fio Jtrteu, threatrutug
irratliir runt ivibi; mulir; nmthvatttrlv trfnrts,
incoming tarmhle; tlrmiii tire floods in the nr
timf tin- Middle Allimtlo Stout.
Tho following rrcoid shows thu changes in tho
UniKiaiuru fni tho past twcnty.four hours, In
tnmparihon with the roriCHpondiiig date of last
v-i ar.ai indicated by the tlurmomitcr at Peru's
1HSH. 1BMI lKRX, 1HKI1
:u. m iiii n.i :t no v. u x
tl M llM 11,1 111-. M (IN 71
in. w 71 ?:i iip. m til tin
IUm .4 7.I1I8 Min o;i ill
Aversse teitiM-retuni testprder, 704, storage teui
HialuieLoire.iHndln itatit U.t yet, ifyi-
Dill Nye's Observa tions on Sta ten Island
Rvad tho SUNDAY WORLD.
1 1.3G O'CLOCK.
Flood Has Carried Ruin and
Death Into the Cone-
More Than 1,500 Lives
Lost, and Thousands
Fire Rising Above the Flood to
Complete the Ruin.
Heartrending Scones Along tbe
Course of the Torrent.
Victims Helpless In the Grasp
of the Mighty Destroyer.
Instances of Rare Heroism Rescaes Ac
complished or Bravely Attempted.
A Mother' Proffered Sacrlflcc Happily
rsricni. to nir ktemno wom.n.t
IIolivai, Juno 1. Tbo btruuee jiicttiro
of flumes risinc ubovo tlio flood is proscntctt
ut tho Johnstown bridco of the I'cnns.vheuia
IIouboi carried nwoy by tbo water aro
blacked up agalust tho brldfo, making a nuts
tbrco-iuartors of a mile lous aud forty feet
TuIh mass has ciuiht flro lu somo way and
is ImruiuK flirccly.
Tho flames nro siircudiui: to tho bridge.
Thu wholu luwor part of Johustowu is un
der water, tho bis Cumbria Irou Works boiug
Tlio uuuibcr of tho tload by tho Hood is
still estimated at 1,500, but may oxeced that.
Tclegrapbio commuulcatiou beiun cut off
from the flooded city, uew is broiiRbt here
by mounted couriers.
New rwinuNci:, 1'u., Juuo 1. Ouo huu
drod bodies havo becu recovered at Miuevab
aud bOTeuty-iio persons uro kuovvu to have
bcn burued ut Johustowu.
A train load of provlsioui left rittsburu' nt
11 o'clock for the sccuo of tho flood.
Edward Deck, n young railroad man of
Looknort, baw an old man floating down the
river ou u tree trunk, with iconized faco and
btreutuing guy hair.
Dick pluuted into tho torrents uudbrorght
tbo old wan safely ashore
Scarcely hud bo ilouo bo, wben tbo uppor
fctory of n botiso floated by on which Mrs.
Adams, of Cambria, and ber two children
Vicre both seen.
Dick iluugcd in ugaiu and wbilo breakiug
through tho tin roof of tbo bouso cut an
artery lu bis left wrist, but, though weukcuod
with loss of blood, bo buccocded in saving
both mother and children.
VrrisBuno, Juue 1, -Tho fair and bcauti
lul valley of the Conuuiuugb Hirer, in Cambria
County, is a horrifying scene of devastation,
ruin and death to-day.
Tbo wrecks of bouses, stores aud factories
aro btrewu along tbo bunks of tbe river for a
distauco of tiiauy miles.
A dozen villages and tbo city of Johustowu,
with Us 25, 000 population, aro literally do
btioycd. The losj of life is tremendous, probably
thousands of people having been destroyed
in tbo, flood caubedby tbo breaking of tbe
greatest reservoir iu tbo world, located at
South Fork, cighteou mile ubovo Johnston n,
Tlio dum cuv o way ut iUbaso at 5 o'clock
ycbteidav afternoou, emptying tho witter of
Couoiiutuuh l.ake, eight utiles loug, three
miles wide, mid moro tbnu one hundred feet
deep iu places, into tho valley.
Couemaiigh I-uks had been duiumed by tbo
Kouth Fork I'lbhiug and Hunting Club,
composed of wealthy gvutleineu of Pittsburg.
It wai moro than '250 feet ubovo tbo Johns
town level, on the side of tho Allccuaiur
mountains audlbodaui win llOfoot blghaud
OJ fei.t.iu tbickuoss al tho base,
Tbe top of the dam wits 700 to 1,000 feet
ltocognlzlug tbo danger to tbo valley below
tho company bad tho dam inspected every
month by tho Pennsylvania Itnllroud engi
neers, and tholr report was that nothing loss
than n convulsion of uatuto's forces could
to.tr thu burricr away.
Tho convulsion camo yesterday,
For forty-sight hours a sternly nml heavy
rain bud been fulling all along tbo vulloy of
tho Kouth 1'orkuiidCouciuaugb rivcrn, and ut
S o'clock iho people of tho valley had been
war nod of impending danger.
At 5 o.cloek thcro wan a water-spout, and
then tha dutu gave way.
With a rush and a roar tbo Hood went pour
iugdovvu tbe valley varryiug over thing be
Z Sturdy rims and stanch old oaks wcro
wrenched out of tho gioiind nud IimriiI and
tumbled like nt raw h by the inostlblo torrclil.
(four miles below tbo dam was tho town of
So n lb Fork, whern tbo Month Fork empties
into tbo Conoinaugh. It bad WW nouses, and
'iho wnruing bud boon received by tbo
pcoplo of (his devoted town mid many of
them had clambered up tho mountain hiiIgh
to await tho subsidence of tho sloiin, taking
with them ouly n fow belongings wbcrowlth
to stock Improvised camps.
And from tholr places of security iu ah In
credibly short time lifter S o'clock they saw
their hornta svt cut uway aud tlio town com
Dowuthioiigh tbo " 1'uck-saddlo " c.tmo
tbe rushing waters, already freighted with
tbe ticcs and timbers of the valley above.
Tbo trunks and boughs of tho trees, its
first victims, wero used by tho angry torrent
ns weapons wherewith to strike destruction
in its further course.
Many pooplo woro btlll iu their bouses, ami
tbo surging waters wcro so rapid in tholr
movomcutb that many of these wcro caught
at their avocutious and drowned at their
Olliorw rushed to tbo upper lloora only to
bo overtaken there, while somo succeeded in
riachiug tbo roofs, nud these wcro carried
uway with tho tida and were been tocslng
hither nud thitber on the upper wuve, then
submerged or dashed against soma obstaclo
iu the patbwuy of tbo vengeful torrent.
Aud vvhero tbo fair village of South Fork
rested yosterday there is not n' bouse, not a
soul to-day '.
(lathering fresh impetus nud fresh atrougth
as it wont, tbo flood rushed on and caught
the little village, of Miuciat Foiui, four miles
The Point had H00 inhabitants nud was on
nllatuttlio very bottom of tbo greon-clad
Not a house wai left.
Six inilet further down tho riyor. which
rnnsulongsldo the tracks of tlu lYiiiiHvlvtmlii
road, was thu l.'oautilnl littlo town oC Conu
iiiaugh. Hero ll,o v alloy widened and thu villugo
bat ou a littlo uinluouco, thoush iu tbo eeutro
of tho valley, and it witi b-ipod thut in a caso
ot Hood tho torrent would bo stopped Jiore.
Iudoed, tbe peonlo below, ('(iiieum igh bid
ho much faith in this idea Ibat tbry had ma le
little or no preparation fur the flcoJ, oven
utter the warning wus scut out.
Hut tho devoted littlo Couciiuugb wus
n cited from its fouudutiuus, uu 1 its homes
nud buBiuebs bouses wero ruthlessly tou.scd
und torn by tbo maddened waters, aud her
U.GtiO peoplo woro nudo homeless, while
many of them were swept away by the tidal
wave to destruction.
Woodvnle. u villago of g,000 iiihabitituts, n
mile below, and tbo city of JoNustowu, an
other mile down the vulloy.uitli hsr suburbs,
Cambria City aud Couemuugh Uorougu.vvero
next caught iu the flood.
Thuiorrcut bad truvilled eighteen miles,
and it wus forty foct deep when it washed
Johnstown with ber suburbs bad a popula
tion of more than 25,000.
Tbo Cumbria Irou aud Steel Company em
ployed 1.C00 men in their big factory aud bud
$5,000,000 worth of buildings, machlnory and
All this was reduced to a ruin, and tbe de
voted city was literally wiped out and hun
dred of lives were lost.
From places far' up tha mountain side fu
gitives from tho flood watched tbe courso of
tbe destroyer as it did its ghastly work among
Aflortwo hours but two roofs iu tbe city
could bo seen ubovo the water, and during
those awful two hours those in safety bad
witucbbed sceucs such as have turned dark
hair to gray and furrowed up smooth young
faoes with tbo scams and wrinkles like those
of old age, while many a heart was torn and
bleeding with anguish unspeakable,
Iu tho flood as it oame down tha valley
wore hundreds of people clinging, with tbe
grip of drowning ones, to trees to which
they had taken at the first warniug of tho ap
proaching flood. The trees had been torn up
by tho roots and carried away with their
Here and tbero one or two or three persons
floated swiftly past on the roof of their valley
home or on some bulky article of furniture,
tbe thing nearest to them wbtn tbo tide
reached them up tho valley.
And then there were almost countless dead
bodies rolled and tossed by the ruthless
water, Eoine of them still clinging, with tea
grasp of death, to some floating article, but
most of tbem wrenched from their holdings
and ghastly lu death.
All alone the ronto of tbe flood people
rushed to tho bridges to give aid to thoso
who might float down on the maddened sea.
but as the tcrriilo flood approached they
saw how fruitless would bo their efforts and
how dangerous their attempt, and rushing
from tbo bridges would reach the shore just
iu time to sco the structures rent and torn a,
sunder, their ruins added to the floating
The struggles of the helpless victims in tna 'Hlv 9m
wider wcro bonrt. rending In tho extreme. 'HI H19
At ilolivnr (lie waters spread in five 'ilB1'iSH
nilnutos over Iho wbolo country, and bonnes .'fB'.iW
wont floating down, mon, women and' chil- ' $HH
tlrcn clinking to tho debris, shrieking wildly ;jfli ifi!
for aid. MH 'H
Tbo people of Qarflold, on the opposite HSB
side of tho liver, rushed to the stone bridge ..iJJjMjffilM
below tbe towu with ropes, and theso woro jffK gsH
thrown over into tbo boiling water In an "SH'IhI
endeavor to save borne poor beings. 'StH "HM
Hut nil oltorts wcro fruitiest until a lad v;jHH "iilBI
nslrldo a shingle roof manAgod to catch ft aM'l''H
duugliiig rope, HlB!
So swift was tbo speed of tbo torrent thai ' BiK
bo was btirlod violently against an abutment. , 'HBBs1' H
Hut bo mnuaged to retain his grip ou tho ropa A vSBi -9
and wus hauled up on to Iho bridge. iBB-VH
Ha was John Hosslcr, and bo related nn JbH $M
awful experience. "SmaWw '81
Hu is sixteen cars old, and wan spending ''aBv''JK
tbo tiny with his grandfather at Cambria . 'iI&Lk'.IrH
T bore woro also there Theodore, Edward iBO
and John K'.atz aud John Hints, jr.; Alias lB adB
Mary Kinlz, Mrs. Mary Ktntz. Miss Treaoy mm'tOH
Kiut, Mrs. Jlica Smith. John Hindi, four 'laB H
children and tho fathor and grandfather ot toHkJH
young Ilcssler. wBl 1H
AU wero lost In tho flood. laiHfl
"Shortly after 6 o'clock," ays young 'jH rfl
Ilcswlcr, "thoro wnsnru, mm' 'oarof waters JiK 'U
nud we beard screaming pcori" outside. Oni "19S :$fl
homo was t n tho side hill and iy father said dV flfl
tbo water would not reach us. '"Jrjifl ''9
"The housos furthor down woro being 'l9flH''.'9
swept away, and wo all wont up into tbe HH'mH
third Eton. I w as scared and I jumped upon ' nfH iil
abed. It was nn old. fashioned bed. with big, ILB. IB
btoilt UOlts. l'4iiB SU
" The wuter reached that floor and kept .'wH 9
rlsiug till my bed was afloat. My grand- '.bK tflfl
father, my father, John Klutz and John &LW.yW
Hllseh climbed out of u window with Mary t'Hr' U
and Mrs. Kintz, but I btuid on tho bed. WaaWW Msi
" It kept rising, mid finally the big posts 9B O
wcro imshod tbrotigli tho ceiling. I crawled WkaW ''V
out through ono of thu boles mude that way fiLB 'B
und got on tho roof. !Sk !ifl
' ' Tbero I i4tw tho nieu who got out of the nH IB
window on trees. Mary and Mrs. Mints .'BB lH
must bav o drow ucd, and Miss Smith wus also 'vR ' B
" Tho water kept riiua and the roof began 'UtalB vH
to float down ou thu tido. I taw grandfather MBt B
aud futhcr. cuught In tbo tree by tho water, " JflB "B
covtrod over and drow ucd, -iTTaB ''.B
" John Hirsh r.ud tho four children were rma-3Sa
also drounod in a trou. My roof parted and i BsB'JBI
then I Hailed away at awful speed. Live Blfl
bodlos and corpbes were all about me in iho 'fftl
wutcr. I would hear somebody shriek in tbe B'H
water and (ben too him disappo.vr, L1B'lB
rAll aloug peoplo on shore tried to save CiB'B
us, but thoy could tin nothing, tbe wator car- fflBi9
tied us along so fatt. Only a very few wore ,4LK9
mi veil." SeK.'1
Anion named young, 1 viug la Jnbustonn. JlSkWWmMt
floated down thu flood on a bit of floor. Ho jB il
held two women in his arms. 9R 'fH
At tbe upper bvidso, llolivar. a ropo was fkaW m
thrown to them. Voting tried to grasp it B :Jfl
and hold fut to tho women, ouo of whom -MMoWW
was bis aged mother, but be was jerked away WamWmW'' afl
from the in. 3aB $13
Then be bravely drojiped the rope and fell B3t si
dead upon tho raft, again taking tlio women Bw ol
in bis arms. JUiB '"l
A littlo further down the fi JL. .rffi floated liBX ml
toward tho edgo uf thu flood', l onus seized 'InK sit
tbe overhauling branches uf n tree uud had '.SawEl: fl
bticcccdcsl, by Herculean efforts iu placing BBk'iS
tho women ou tho upper boughs of the tree. jRamWal' M
when tbe heavy debris of n bridgo came "Bf 'iM
down ou tho flood, struck the tree, tore it oWWrnmyilM
from the ground aud hurled it iuto tbo ifsB-B
w ater, Urow niug ull three. JR
Young's beroUm filled tbo minds of the mB'Si
distracted Bpottators ouly a few momonts to irLRiy
givo place to admiration to tbattof a inothor AamVmif
who, floating under tho bridgo on tbo roof of JBSJ
Bbhed with her two littlo ones In her urns, , tflBffll
shook her head sadly wben a ropo was low- ''IB!!
orod to ber and clung tuoro closely to hor fBr 3
babes. ' lH JM
A mother's sacrifico was avortod at Coke- 1;Bh
villo, u littlo further down, for all threo were naBv'f4
rescued. BK '!
A little girl, kneeling, bor bands clasped in B iS
prayer, passed down on tbe torrent on a bit "JilaaiB a
of flooring. Wam Qt
There was! a beatiflcl expression on tho ,Bf f
white, frightened fuco as she passed on to AjlBs i
death u littlo further on, whore her raft was aMKl $
shattered against a tree. BBi -
To add to tho horror of the flood, the debria SJOBI 1
caught fire at Johnstown, and floating bon- MBl '"J
Arcs illuminated tho desolated valley. BBI '4
Uufortunatos were compelled to leap from IBB? I
their burning rafts into a death not loss suro vffl J 'I
in the torrent, and their shrieks aa they gavo mWL
up all bopo were terrible to the ear. fflaBjr 1
Netvbura Caaoelsta Give a Ileeeptloa. SftH W
liricui to tuk would, l tEmB'4 ''5
Nkwbcuu, May 31, The rccoption of the . fiflBlS tf
Ncwburn Canoo Club at tho club-bouse this jbBB'S ffl
evening was the most notable society event of -HHjM jf
the season. Notwithstanding a drenching rain- 'IdjJlBli'if
storm about one hundred couples participated, v'iSfLBIS8. J
Including many from out of town. Tho decora- Hflil fe
tions wero superb, among thorn appearing a nH.2vw
dozen championship flsgs won by Orant Edgar. 'FrHn' Ml
Jr., at intcrnatiqual meets. Thet Committee of SvSijjMW
tho Club was assisted In its labors by an auxiliary -WK'BSaal
of ladies, including MiiB Dunu, of Jersey City. .iail'Ml?flM
L'ancressinan Flower's Party Itrturnlnc. w BB a MB
Cuicaoo, May 31. lloswcll 1 Flower and 'jfBf'W
friends, of New York, who havo been travelling , KfMx'M
by special car through California and tho North- A ilBil-jP
west for tho past two months, arrived here lato j R&BSIm
last evening on their ; return, lutlio party are T im-I
It. V. Flower, wife aud daughter, tdward Mnr- ,J l 'M
Phy and" vt le. Mrs. A. K-rkdiley. .Mrs. G. V. rt AjB dMl
Flower, HenryBcibcrtanoVF. B. Flower. ffllliB
A Diana Amatenr Athletes. -iBEilB
Ths New York Atbletlo fllnb crjsr feel very UPlT , taWm&km
over their victory on the Usrlem Thursday. y HsjH
The twelfth snnusl Brrimr.ssinjj of the Usuhst- BIB
tsn Atnleuo Club will tsk rlscj this stternoon on JHEH
tha U. i. O. rrouuils. All the 21. A. A. A. A. cracka kBBLMJBBi
art entered. VilHBaH
The EasUrn championship jnsfthur of ths Amatsnr '"kWBwi
Athletlo Unlttn of Us Unlifd Htstes will bsWil Ui- iiakmdl
day at Us lis rkslsy Oval. Morris Bock. Uslnnlaif at -VaWwWMlf:
Ur.u. Itwulbsanoublekihletleirsthsrlair. , aBKi
n. Jenktas and A. li. lthods sUemi.tsd.torUlsort , "JamK
blLTcl.ifrora llj l'ark. Uasa., to Portland, U.. ' iBK
ffiC!unJy."l hty sof lost In ,Klnn.buuk",SvooiL Ki
K d snccds4 la voverui the tlisumc u ehjbitsa JHBIi