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NEW-YORK. Till HSDAV. OCTOBKK 18, I?I4.-TWELVE PAGES. PRICE THREE CENTS. gTRAUS MAY WITHDRAW. mgm 0UECT9 TC BEING BACRIFICBD FUR HILL. JANV LEA" IN lill*. DFPTH9 OF DESPAIR B THK PRINTING OF THF. -*__-* 0Vi:r. HIS I-HRKAI OLA' I LOCAL Til KRT "N AN OFFICIAL . i. ? a tat:'' BALLOT .'.M. .:s TROUBLE *-*.,(. Tamman) leadera at n lute1 hour laal i*ht Bert In <?' state of doubt whether ih.-> bad ugynilt*' candidate ur no! Nathan Straua, their candid ' r Mn\ ir, had been running aroiin'- all *-?'? servlnf notice upon the boones oho p'" 'll,n -n ""'"i,;''*i"" lhal If the deal be? rnes! HUI and Grace itli.tt wns thi wny N'.i ._?_ pu' >?' v :is *'?? ?"''??''? "ut ?*?*- wou*t* 9fltl-dr_rw from th* ticket. Nathan's brotbera, Oncar and isidor, aaalated him in tilts wink of notification, ?? ganur*- prominent Wigwam men wherever ?? found thal "Nathan meant lt." liim fr,.tn -fCt-taR "lit <>f Immediate abrogation <>f Lill BM M-JBf the tBCB 'V mg -Hill-'ir-f deal rv mil ' fours? .-iil-l keep pt the mus meant the arrana*! pent ntn. ui ed on Tuesday by the stat.- ma* h)n--*a;u_.:??- it-.a* the Committee ot Seventy's ticket, beaded ty William l.. Btrong for Mayor, f'vr-*'. -,? print, l upon an official ballot with the HUI Si ' ticket. Mr. Straus and his Im m<_!lat'* fi dated that the printing of cnjqr*t Si nu'B tiame -.ti a regular Demo aKg. offl lal 1 ' " 'Uld coat Btraua nml the Tamma:* llckei ' ? toast "f 15,. vt.*- a; Icaat. y. ,y v. i- as bright and beautiful t day - ty fui.- fal', but the Tam? an ikl - :'" " s" overcaat alnc. the -.pjj^ii T ii spaam* n., ch attacked __J .;,. \1 tyoi were - il 'bing, an 1 find a Tammany ? i ime kind. A Incline 1 t,. the oplnl un wa- "oil - thr wing "Ut a stiff he had no real Intention of de \ \. ri helena, the* re? published Iii.- lettei hen Inf ? me I I many essipsi their cai t^re nightfall rt wa* har I to 1 .,_-.,. wbo .i i. ?: gol a flt o M] r:'v ' ' r.it Mr. Straui bluff" anl lhal r_b__g the ? :'. -? ! th ' h tkrc-w up tion g" by ???''?? Mi*.. Bl KAI'S *X IKES I'l'. Tii? fs :'V.i- tl il ' '?* i? r, ii until yesterday r,. yr si i full) realised ta.it he had hoer. tbe cs ' " Maj ir simply ' Manager* ono, - *. .-.-..-. agri-td to the demand f Grace for the prli I 9 of th- Btrong i lt) tl sei cm a Den rati fllclal ballet iin-1 the) waxed hot as the) denounced th. rn hes ? it ' pieces of t". ll;W. tread known. Hut Mr. Units remalni I uiapi im . an I - ntlnued t ? keep UP hlS ":? Ufl " Things looked -? denperate when Mr Strau? Hut aisert.-.l bis pun se ? ? retire that r<>ii.'?* ("?____H_-_ter Jamel J. Martin an.l ex-City Chamberlain Thomai C T Crain wer.- aent to hunt up ?enator HUI and acquaint him with the last deplorable phaa of th- New-York situation. y.r. Hill oas io apeak at OL veravllle last niKht. The Tatnminy envoys Intercepted th-lr candi? date f'.r G-Verti"r at Tn a as he w;.s taking a train for his last evening's destination, ."ind bj tb* time they had reached Fonda they had laid WorV* him the fort -?_,t Tum many etooil un rhe brink of a yawalni abyss, .'iti-I that hi* hand ali.ne ee___ .ave h.r. They lefl the train tit Fmda and telegraphed tba ri suit of their mla stoa t.. th* Committee of fight at Mr st niue'. headquartero. ir. tbe Union Bquare Hotel. A I-r< colic ? I ipecially Invited vVlgman lei Jr-r.-r were In session there last evening brood lag rei ?-.- lissi rr.tu : the rontesi when the sasarer which Mi Urn had made ar? rived, li was signed bj C tnmlsal net Martin a-i'l ? ' i with iui any pi io bri ak th-- '. r ? sf the I : a h m Mr ? inti) lively refus.-l ?- alter bia ". r" with Mr, >'? ace in any way i .*!-.. IVIgwam li tell -? ? wen re-nin 1-1 of th. frlghl .- which Mr, H ll ha I li ni- ' in l on re u| ? I wit h w ini I __?? and with aa -- t ? gurrertdei befoi the t.a':! ?u( ? .. na* little said after >!' Marl ? - - waa read, and the c in j**fos ?? aoon i i tiering ot as heavy Marted ,.:,.. ;,.,:.- rrishteni I ? i-otetie of poll* tlcian." as New-Y : C iw, THE CANDIDATE REFUSE-* TO TALK ;,: **'.i before he lefl his head gaartars, m. aak i if 1..- still adhered to bia lntf-r,*: -: * :.* , . .,.,. h,. _MUned to answer ?ny oestltti.. Ex-Ma) n Qrani lenled thai Mr. Straus would v, ti ; aw and said that he had M*sr had any Inti n lon of doing bo. It wa* in? timate! bj | . night uia.T hii* letter >.f ?aetptaace ?? lid b. delayed for aome 'lay. y.-t av. Straus's ? r.-i. laldor, thi Congressman, batUBBgl) in fa voi of Nathan's withdrawing at ?fas, Mar.. i 'rlenda ..f th.* candidate are ..f . ,.K ! The) believe that he has ?^r. put ip | . , ighte ed, and they can ?ee only ;, ?. . - r tlj|lj |* n^ remalna In the field. Th.-r. xx-.- rum r* last night that ile had ?fnt his ; ? ? declination to the Notification CSgBB-ttee, bul the repuri was .l.-ni.--. M (ai tl n rature which the Strau* Pr,??i bun ni red wai* a type-written watement . ivi ral pagea of flgurea to ?*??'?*' thai ihe member* .,: the Committee of stvtntv xx ? ? < --...-. i ,.f ,is much wealth ** h-*'l '? ? ; , irly Huppoaed, Fourteen, it ?J* *a. \. ; sworn "ff th'ir personal aaaeaa ?**"!>. ' ui *e*?ed and eight others either did , ? appeal In the City Directory or **r? d'wr: ,- r.i.. in New-Jersey, Brooklyn, Hourn Ven i mewhere else beyond 'he city ,rr. - , '\ tn I. Gran paid ai ithei of his visits 1 !;-r- mi stu.- headquarters yeaterday. *?? Mr- Gra ? ame >ui fr im the preaence * Hr Hill's representatives bli eyes sh'.n<* "?aU_ous;y ihi.aiK.i his hiKhlv polished spei' ?gj and he i hui ki- d audibly as he said: 'flail fixed, i??-. . 1 am able t>> nav to vou JWtiveiy thal ;!?? I< al ti-k.-i of the Seventy filch nc are supportln-1 will ?" upon the r.-?< ?*Democratic Stat-- ti< k.i. i hav.- never had **?>* dc.ui.t thai this would'be the outcome, but i.**.*_>_* to stati n now In poaltlve terma The -"2Jsu was reached this morning and ls final. , 'ir w. . /.atlon is locally supporting Colo MA Strong ? r Mayor, who, everybody knows, ls * *t<;.u),; tna( does nm prevent us from J"?'?"?? Senator Hill ami the Democratic Btate neket r,ur heart) aid. Nor is there anv Incon "??ncy in oui attitude." ti^ f;r"'" made public yeaterday the reaolu gjSMaed by tin- Executive Committee of tbe __* Democracy on flctober 13, Indorsing the ***seratic State ti. ki l and pledging earneet ?"Sport to h. WARM ASSURANCES OF SUPPORT. ?4!rM-TA\IMA\ V I! M.,. lr i.'V I.KA! Hms I'AI.I. (in Vi: BTRON erai rr r. .- . ii' ..I ? ""?ter.,y a t, a ... ... ,..,._. .lt [)l,. headquarter* of /.'? s'' mg. th- fuilon candidate for Mayor, Oen- i . ut A:s on s t and Job !?: H.- Igi i were JJ?*- ???'rl- '??-????- ? ?rly .-i th forenoon until lats J"**-****' The i--riiii,.-! of callen wai largei than ?h. " h"' ':!i-jn*' l'r'u were many li trlcl loadari ?'tlar-., t0 f ... Mr Btrong for ?.,.*,,-ti.-. .tt : '-T**;..:;..!:.. ?; _tln?i m tha city. .-_.?_.-" ' k' ;i'' <r'i;,,-; '" arrangement* thi ?*n ...'ivi Ar:'..:i"N hri *F- ?'?l,' M?r l?*no.Tl,'.'"''.'?.. ? ': ''?;?????' ? I th" Antl-Tanunany you thtt i _ ' '"rk "'">' officially t-> inf.irm *?*?? tK.rtilL. '.'",v"""""- held on October IO. vou "?^.natu ii i.' "il! lat.- for Mayor Thi* W|'h'.ut , ,. ',""'" ?vl,h much enthualaam and nn'*atl',? ,';",." *'"'*' ?"*'' represent an or * Republ .... '.-'.;';" r:-t!* an'l we reconnlae yon as I0U on polltl; -,i ' i,",n,'l;"t"-i was not offered to ^taowSi ta__LR2u5*to' '"" M a ,r"'-"" -o reur ,1"' Btkmiw_N_fi_, ,^.a "-'V1' !U"' "" ??* '"?"'"? "f S?c?of Mayor8w_*b,Ilty t(> rulni *h** ''"'i'x "i* 'he p0M W. ?iM_', . V' ***XV r*ou of '"ur "-i>*ni.*.t *U"> tF.5.:l.r|,'"ir ,;' :i"' ?"' a eeruinly, and ik ' 12*. 'migrative "n??_;;; ""'_ ' n.av*? re!t f"r >ears ^?nmeiil a?* r,y of reform In our rity -^_^f_J__^v? 'al~ed the matter over A SUCCESSFUL TRIAL TRIP' THK BATTLESHIP MAINE LIKELY TO SIVE SATISFACTION. IM .li *. TH >.NS THAT HER EX-INES wit.I, MAKE TJ1F. B..O0 INDICATED HORSE-POWER RE? QUIRED UV CONTRACT?NO DEF1 MITE riOt'RES Ag VKT Th" fir.-! .ifliilal trial of a _ompo_.te-bu.lt Bhip ?hull .? instruction by a Navy yard and motive pow or bjroutBldecontractori was made yesrterdav afternoon lu Long .aland 8 >und, when the United sra''' battleahlp Mame demonstrated t" the sat* iBfactlon ..f the official board anl the proprietor* ..f th" Qulntard Iron Work*, of this city, wh ? built her machinery, that the treaters engines will make tin* 9,000 collective Indicated borge-power called for in thr contract with the Navy Depart, ment, an.l aomethlng over. Al the ..utset it may b-- Mated that th.* work il,ine liv the Contractor! must |.r.ive nf greater .?ai'it. Itv than the ant.mnl riuU-J. hy r^a.-un i-f I degrees, though the former waa lesa debilitating I '.han in the 'unlined poaitlona on the upper en j glne-room platform**. The presldeni of the '..ail. Chief Engineer Ay rea, ai the cloae of the run had nothing but praise for the apparent reaulti attained an.l the smoothness with which everything had ius-.i i.ff He said iii" membera of his corpa would be 1 list a: the Navy Yard working out the data for several 'lays, and thal the tull report would go to i'.i. f Engine* r Melville, al Washington, ai".ut the mid Ile of next week, Th" trial board was made up of Chief En? gineers s. I. p, A vies, n g. Rosa and Oeorge Cowle, Jr., ..ll of the New-York Navj Yard, Chief Ayres being designated as president. Dur? ing the four luaus ..f the official teat the atar i"-t"l engine-room and after flreroom were In charge of Chief Rosa, with Ihe following staff: Passed Assistant Engineers B. C. Bryan, E ll Scribner arel ilustave Kaemmerllng; Assistant Engineers R. B. Crank and B. E. Monea, The port engine-room and forward flreroom were in charge ..f Chief Cowle, with the following staff. Paesed Assisi..nt Engineer F. M. Bennett: ks slstanl Engineer- C. E. Rommell, Charles H. Hayes, Oacar XX. Koeater and .1 T. Myers. I'ass.ii Assistant Engineer lt I Reid was re? corder and assistant t.. 1'resi.lent Ayres. Super? intendent Henry Mas,m. ,,f the Quintal- Wi.rks, called itt ntlon with prl-*** to the fact thal Ihe *i.iii"i- ni-niiier nf tin- board, Chief Ayr****., was - AwkrM ?*__p..'f_*-i iW __l^_________Mlir--*' '""*?? I ?w** ,-i-**!.W-x ;. \v , I N__ .jgF**** H i i -. . ? ? >.Xrt.-S**-^-v-*^' ?'??-.'.-1*** . Irf __ .._.. **x? . ?>^^*_^B^_____^!S^ \ ?*?_?? ____P**^^^^^^ ^? ".'?-..>>.' .. -??_,?_ ? - ----- .: "*?** li *--?%&?* ** ??<__- ... ,, - _ _F ._, - . -?' '.^^_ THK JtBTV BATTLESHIP MAIN1 I ? -1_ ' ?*-?*_* ^ **-.. *?"? contraci lltnitatiim* h-lng confined to power nh"v.n hy tbe m.In propelling engines, thi all and th" cir- ilatlng pump lyatema. In ali' tn thi*. th.- iteamlng capabilities ?' the pl.mt installed Ny tri- bulk**.**! provld' power ' r Ihe ventilating iv-r-m. the feed ar.l :.._?? pumpa, il\ nam ? .m.! steering engln auxllla rles, whi-h together a gg regal 'ri'- lf.0 powi r, for *??(.. i no cred I s '? mtrai t .rs When l tl * add fact tl practically the entire 1 ? ? ni he sh.al waters ?: the Hound, Instes : ver a deep-water com - -. l.k ? thi i ??? h recent speed trials ol th" Sew Y ?rk. Minneapolis and C inn.tr i tr ive been I. I i, ..? ; i ??? ? lld undoubtedly ha'*" enabled the englnei i- . as it is eatlmati l b> experts, fi ri i.?" more horae-powt i than under th ? ? ?: I tim t.?," result a,** a wh I ? i- highly ?? dil il i ? tia; i i-r of th.- work d me i.y Iho Arm if N V Palmer A C ? ll li to bi h >ped that th data tak.-n I,;, the hoard, fchen repiirled loth. Depart men! a week hence, will sh w them entitled t" a comfortable amount In premium for es ? Ung the '? mtraci chi'-r Engineer Melville, wh-. was on board during the trial, h.i.l little to say ? ???'? n I the faci tha' h" was well pleaoed with the showing thal was being made and th smoothnea* with whl rt the engines performed their *\"ik He had nothing t" say in ihe wa) of an estimate as t ? what lh<- computed r<-s.ilts nf the trial would ahow, bul ii ..as evldeni thal he felt the department had secured full value for the money named In the contract As in the preliminary run on September 25, Superlntendenl Henry Mason waa In general charge, aooJated by his chief aid, W l>. Btlvera, who supervised the Inatallatlon of the machinery <.n th" ship: Chief Engineer Oeorge Coleman, < niel Engineer R. W. Peck, who has during the Bummer been in charge of the motive |. ,w.-r on th.- mammoth steel passenger steamer North? west running "ii the lakes between Buffalo and I.uluth. and Chief Designer A. A. Wilson. Th* working force f.r th<* contractors numbered nearly 100 men. all told. DBTAILi OF Till: TRIP The Maine left anchorage "if th.* Pequot House, at the entrance r.f New-London harlx.r. at n..'.n. and gave a flue example of the ease with whi.-h she is handled, as th-- ti_* was ebb, and she lay with head toward the elly. When the anchor was al th.- bow, __*_* turned in half her length and headed oul thr. ugh Th-- Race and then eaat ward toward Block leland Her manoeu? vring pleased Captain Bunce and his aids exceed? ingly, and they could mit refrain from remark' mg frequently: "She ls a handy ship." When ..ff Watch Hill, ?'.nth.ast ,,f Fisher's [aland, Ihe helm was pul over, and tinning in the arc _f a great circle toward Mon ta uk Point, abe swung rnunil t.. the westward and headed bach through The Race, This was al 1:10 p in. and the nulli hers of tl.nglneerlng board, equipped for duts in the uncomfortable temperature below 'leeks. made read) to begin their wuk. Th- win.l from th.- westward was fresh, though nnl as stiff a* mi th" spun nf Tueaday, and gave prDml***- >f an li reaee. Winn Race Rock light was abeam a: 1:60 th- trial, begun twenty minute* befi.re, wai falrlj iiniler way. Tin- dulles "f ihe engineer judges called for the taking of data showing the development of power lu the main engine* as recorded by diagrams taken from Indicator* at both .-inls of the three cylinders, and also on the auxiliaries named In the contract, as well as the steam pressure Bl tile boilers anl at the engines, the number of revolutions a minute, th- amounl <.f forced draught and other factors t., determine Ihe result. Thees observation. i,\ tin- trial board arer. 'akin in i-iuin period* nf ten minutes .-a.-h .luting the lour h.mrs Al the end -.f tl"' iirst ten minutes the engineers lu charge were permitted to make sued r-nange* In the |i..sltl"ii "f the steam valves, etc., as would produce the beal results, hut .lunn-: ihe n.-xt similar laps.* of time, being thal just preceding the aubaequenl recording ..f conditions, change* were allowed. I'Rder thi" method the records were obtained, an'l al the end ??( tie four h'.urs <.",:"io p. ni i ..ff stamford Ugh! a final reading of the Indicators was ina.le. Il liehi_; ,|, tinnal with the contractor to hav either thi ur th'* tlrst test Included as ona "f the eight periods as might bf m..st advantageous ?OMI hu; NI FICA NT AVERAGES. During the four hpum limier forced diiiught the general average'of steam pre-siite was 141 piiiiniis al the boUbra and not far from lha designed average m in ppunda ai the cylinders, the propellers malting ni revelations * minute un a sustained leverage during the four hours. the vaiuuin Irking approximately twenty-six Ir.ehe*. The temp-rat ure at the cylinders under the protecting tie. k In the eiiKlne-romn was 180 degrees, and on the average 146 degrees, while In the flreroom It was from 180 degrees to 115 an apprentice to him when both were much youngel than the) ar.' y. ,la\ During th- trial and until rellevi I the M..ril? ls itfTI ? I"'! a* follnWS ? 'apr.un K M ! : ? i Lieutenant V fright Kellogg . of ihi Sew-York. i tat n ?' - ? Lieu nt Aaron Ward f tl r flan Frni J ll c m pliell J P. Ililli H. nd J ll p ('ringi. :? i m..-'*-' i i > I. ll- - r . Ii U Hs.ni Thi li n. ? . . ? f lin men ai \. San I'i ii , ? nf the total i ' ?ne- f f Ile tw.-ni ' ? mil. , - - ?' rs-*, the . .;...,I xx:, I ? ?'- ni pi ?>? ' !? .11 SlXtei I 1 ? ? ? ' ,- -rv. lt I, ,i i: - - .-?? .il i- fur tide, whleh a a. ti,, fina! buoy, of - -?? ? -1? P4 knole, the result I h 17.21 knots, a hue |?erformanc. for a ship bull! to flgl ' rul The tn .1 . tel'-'I. Ihe ship under eas) -i- .un on li. th. ? nd of th* Bound, l? Ing re. og j ni/.-I and saint.-.I even In the >latk b) all the - ? and Sound i ?-. ? - ? ? team, rs Shortl) before * ','e|. .-k the run h..: waa dropped "ff Whitestone, nnd Chief Engineer Melville and 1 other guests, with members nf tha trial board, j took i he train for N'-m -Tori* A SM til lol.n xi WlSAIStl ll.oii i DEER Mi:'. 11.00*1 IKINItS VAI.l'Kli IT tSO.omtl TAK KN I i.. iM , ip: ii"' I'- "i - ' ri 'i i *? i I'li'l'-N. lip' -f'KI.1 v TIIK I.lr- I ' il HU OI'KS Stephen \ Dultoi of So I7i tarroll I Hr..uk lyn found fifty ?: ? ?? re-rtatered bondi of the Mon i.iuk .'...il .;.i- Compen) ot Wesl Virginia missing from bl* desk al hil home early yeslerdsj The) ur.- valu< i al about PO.OQU He bad nol examined th.- drawer in ithei the) were foi ten days The Ini.>i '!'?- ?'.I M. ? bond* were lefl un um. h.--1 Poll ?? -inai. .-?'lill', rm. of Ihe Thirl Pre .in, t, found He- house open al I IH a m . when he trie. Ihe front .i"..r Ile went In and rapped, bul i-'.' ri" response, and thet: bolted tba dooi and pro.ded t.> sear, h the hons.- Ha found th* rear .lour of Ihe basemen! op_n fm tha 11.1r<I ti.,..- h.. discovered Mr Hutton's brother, Allan, asleep. While mlkUm with him, Mr and Mr* hutton, ?h" had heen io ? ooclal gathering, n iiirne.i nil srere unable lo gel In the hausa When tiny were admitted, the search of the bouse wa* continued, bul everything waa found ni right, until Mr Dutton thought of hla honda, and examined hi* desk The roll t.,|i was nol fastened, and 'he -ii in11 -ns open half an Inch No trace of th.- l,nu,is was fniiiiil There srere ii" mnrks un the desk ii upon tie- door* of the house Mi and Mis I tat ton alni Allan Dutton all went oui on Tuesday evening, leaving s servant and a ? hil.I ii. ile- house Mian Dutton returned al ." and found Ihe hons., properly fastened, and left lt Ihe sam" mn -hen he went lo bed The onlj SUSpli lou* "lr- i un st a ii. ???' lhal the famll} COU 'I recall was thal on Tues-la) two well-dressed men ? ?ame iii ihe house io see vii Dutton H.- sra* liol at home ami Mis. Iniltiiii - ii iv tlnm They sold thal the) desire.] to see ni,out purehnslng n mortgage from Mi Dutton He says he had not talked of selling a mortgage to rniv one ile ls In Hu- dock burt ness, at Twent) r.r* i - *-t end lha river ll- telegraphed to ihe Moi.tank Corn punt In regard to tie- hon,is yesterday, so thal they eaiiiiot be negotiated ? TH El TH IXE THEY HAYE UH RIGHT M IA "**r. OF Tin: ACQI'IA t'HKKK TRAIN ROnilKKH III' III MILT I'Al HUT Cumberland, M.i. Ocl 17 A man answering the description of one of the Acqule Creek train rob ben wai arrested here aa he was aboul ti t..k h. train foi Pittsburg early this morning il. gav* the mine of i" J. Hearcey, and *_W thal be ?,i from Kanoaa Ile odmltti i having been In For! Royal, \'a ? yeaterday morning ii. had mora than tl,BB ni money, besides tw,. sra t ches. ll. was heavll) armed, ami attempted ia gel rid of his re i .Iver* *.'-i'-.i arrested li wa* committed ta j,iii to await ihe action of th.- Itlrhmond au I hort tie* Th- bills w.-ie p.iii,.1 io he perforated in ih- same wa) as rhos,- handled by the es pres* company nn.| a pair ot eyeglass*** srere Identified a* liaMnK l,. taken ti om tie- ? ipres* roi Washington, Oct II ?The Adams Bxprgss Com? pany officials are extremely reticent tn regard ta th.- arrest of tbe luapectad train robber al Cumber lan.l, mi I .' A Herring, of Philadelphia, gen ? ral manager "i lh? ompany, who i- in Washing t,.n for He- purp.**- of man ii:.ilto* th* pursuit ia ii.ttht Raid; "Wt hat.- got our man." He was aa.tafl_d that the niau was om of rn. imin robbers. I'l-'I'lent Iv C. Weir, of Ihe A.lams Kxpress Con paiiy. yeaterday congi mad tba reporta from Wash tegton an,i Cumberland, thal a man bad been ar p-steii win. was undoubtedly concernad in the re cent train robbery on th* Richmond, Fredericka burg ami I'atom i ? Railroad. Mr Weir added thal the robbers got looa than SJO.OOS Iii ensh. hs ll hus heen leuine.l thut several ino kiiK":- contained 'Irtifts with hill* of lulling ut tacked, whleh caa ba st_pi_.il. The lompany lin* thirty detectives working on the case. LYNCHERS SHOT DOWN. TUE LAW UPHELD M. OHIO. MILITIA FIRE ON A MOB AT WASHINGTON COURT HOUSE. T\\" Ml-:*.* RILLED OtTltlClRT, TWO FATALLY HURT ARD RIOIIT OTHER- WOtTRDED KV A ? VOLLEY THE MOB WAS BEEK INO TO LTRCH A RRQRO CONVICTED OF CRIMINAL ASSAII.T Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 17.-A mob at Washing? ton Courl ll.ns", in this state, made an attempt to-day to take William Dolby, alias Jasper, g negro, who pleaded guilty thia afternoon and waa sentenced ta the State Prison for twenty yeara for criminal aaaault on Mrs Mary C. H >yd, of Parrot. Btatl m, a week ago, fr-.m Sh i fl r ,.k. anil In attempting to repulae them, Colonel ('.,it. ol Columbus, in c.unman.I of State tr,.,.ps present, ordered ihem f,. fire. Tar." *itlz.-ns nave been kiih-l \ dispatch from Washing i' h.rt ll ii'" * ii - ? .* darkness came on i crowd ol 1,600 i.pie ? iiir unded the courthouse and lall, which are reall) one building, yelling 'Lynch him" Flnall) s eil" one threw a itone which stru-k a soldier on Ihi br. isl Then Col mel C ill, wh ?-??? ai wm* an . I, iddres*.. I t he p pie In l ingu ige h ? pl in nnd t irclble. II- told I not to rep I 'If you want l ari- ni'.' -ail he, 'hil ni" ar.l not those *. ? ? 11 r i _r li it ipllfte.l, lie .. .ilk- I .ut Into the : ?wd and lld Here 1 am,' his '? , ? with a ll: ? .'.i r ri; ? I ni but not a man lifted his hand tn I rik ? the t" l * - - ? - i lr wai i rubabl) well thal the) did ? nt, for Bl ind iiif,- on the Courthouse sr pg were the soldiers, with guns loaded, walting nn order i" fire. The crowd burged ?! er b i I closer t" Ihe Court? house st.ps. I.ming boiler as the darkness ? ?I '' lonel Coll addressed them again, or, rather, attempted tu do no, bul the) would ? ?? n t him. II" shoute I thal hi w >ul I have I-, nrdei tl"- soldiers t" lit" if the) did noi fall i ... k but "ti the) ? un., and finally th* order lo fire was given Man) were :-?? ? n to rall, and th* m >b fled Irk" a lot of frightened thet p Th* dead and wound' d are a i '"li'.ws JI'DY, i inri. tweniy-flvi yean ld WKLi'll. Bi i , I. m.kii A MM Kit MAN, ll I.l.t.I." !-..?? ' !?? ', h?l ff Ji >ll\s- '. Ms k ? f M. im* . i*.'; ?, ? ? n yeal t li i ?? . K KHN John, -h ii in ' ? M'rt'NE. J SI , ' i.ii'.: si: i'l t thi lin ?? m wen : IA lil. 'TT DU hot In fool I,MU. V tata th. rel* KM ITU frank Seal .i "Othera wer* undoubted!) Injured bul th ie arr the nv -al - rlejs ? asea. "Tha il tug lion la evidently very grave." a IJu tant-Oeneral ll we laid al I p m., "and I hava rdered all Ihi irt Rt glmenl it C C un pan) H. *'f ti." l'ti: Regiment al Chilli c .mpai | I . ? ** *hf Sd Ht titi ni al Ral I i ? impend - \ r \l ind I. ' the i ith it", rt at Wa Court H is. i i, - ? ? I fear that th. j- ... ll I . , , ? . _|i-Kln|i . ? ll ? ? ? ? thai '? restored al fi.urt ll'.'i ;? hi* i ? rn her- ai \> ? ern! Howe ordered ..Ul 1-1-111 I H tt,,- iel .rilli.*) ' ? : -.'i Shi i Iff <' k. ol He fount)', telegraphed Ileneral Howe a-* follow* Thf rumoi rr. I i ni I nnd ? iv . ? ;? ' The Pis-. me ? ??* I fl Wi Colonel (?oil, 111 . intuit ' . ? the State troops il U B ih Ington Curl House, sin," the report ??!' Ihi i sault, was at I" n'i !"? r. tn nlghl lt '.tas ,,,| .lt. ss.-.I to ileneral J C. Howe, and was aa fol |< WI \,.iar telegram* lust t.I So relnforeetnent* t, - ?.'. ?- ran hoi I ihi coin thouse fm !.,, ir* Th* d< oi i -x ? i-- lirokei In h I th ? ii, poi t> I io us thai itt" h., ii it -I.- kill. ?I,.,.- t*.nundi I lt |* i.-p.,n. i te tn.- Kheri fl lhal the mob iii broken Into th" |"iw I", li"'.'' .ii.l mk, ti tie- ;-"_ ll I* Ih- ni" t detering!. I moll I evei -iu 'I',, troop* used ever) precaution Th rlh.-rl Jule.- Maynard approve hui aetloi I pleadi i and t - , . I of th. nun tu pea ? .hi di i. ' -ii ni- ii are ali r11*111 noa .1 i" i. ii-- k tl,.- ii... p- -i m. Mary**, Hie and those tu go fi ri ie '? m.-i un a spe lal train ??*? I the Midland Rallwa) ll i thirty seven miles fi m here to Washington C>un il use ileneral Howe urged the rallwa) .pan) i" send th> ti min foi \t a rd ai t h ? ul ni. ist Bpi ed u a ningi m < '?> ir! n use, iM IT \\ llllam Dolby, iii" ie gm who caused tl ?? bl ? Ishi i hera lo-day, aaaaulted Mra. Mar) lloyd a fen lays uko. Il" waa brought tu this cit) yesterday, ani last nigh' the first mob rumors took shape, The local militia waa ordered uut, and latei two ? oinp.niles from Columbus reached here Much indignation waa manlfeated al the a tl -tr A th offlt-ta'a In thus putting a har between the mob and their prey, and on all sides denun latlon* were frequent Ml lasses srere represented among th me who took this view of the Hituatton, though man) deplored the lawlea* spirli mani* fl ll ed Later in the da) a special (Irand J ur) was Impanelled and the negro Wua Indicted. Th" In? dictment retiiin..l, I Hil by uris taken from Iii" Jail to the rourtl.ae, tried and sentenced tu Iwent) y.ais' imprisonment in the penitentiary iilioul as quick!) as ll lakea t" write lt The . "iiipani.-s formed al Ihe ti. st side of the courl house w lui.- tie sh. tiff and Deputy James Hush k wen! lo the Jail for thc prisoner The weal entrance to the courthouo. ls aboul fort) f. et from i rear 'i'l" dooi of the lall, and there are high Heps leading Io the former, A thou sand p.-.,pie ha.I gathered In the courthouse yard lu protea! against the course of leaden heeled Justice A thousand people with curses and Imprecations tow.-.I thal Dolb) should never h.- taken past them up the high steps to the hall Th- sh.-iiff nnd his di pu ties hud hard h emerged fi.on the jail door when the me knowledge! leader nf the crowd, Henry Kirk. vt im married Mrs lloyd's alater, rushed toward the trembling wretch, protected by the sworn offlcers of the law, and, breaking through Un? thill ranks of the stalwart guurd, seized the culprit wiih a band nf Iron 'Quick aa a Hash the muakel of a soldier Mas swung with great force, and Mr. Kirk .-.a:- dealt a blow In the fae The ri mk i > crowd surged mn.lit forward, and In the rush swept one soldier hoy around the cor? ner and away from bia company, bul he qulckl) returned lo hi* post The curses niel Impreru Hons ,.f the thoroughly maddened crowd grew in volumi and the wretched prisoner trembled like an aspen M.- had to he supported. Colonel Coll rallied his men t-n a supreme effort, and the prisoner was ulm..si carried up the steps ami Int.. the e..int hons... There was then a scene <>t intense excitement, Men armed with atav_a and every p.rm of weapon rushed blindly almost Into the bayonets ..r th. soldiery, an.l som.- so far ".ne, .t them? selves as to rush alni isl un the troops, Deput) Itiishk and Detective Caldwell held the prisoner between them, and neither forgot his nerve Henry Kirk, frantic with inge, rushed down an alley for aurgleal aid, and presently returned with ii huge abuter over his face His friends, well-drtaaed farmers ami ..wu bualnesa men of the .-ity, rallied al his appearance, ami lhere wera bogree _rle_ "f "We'll gel him yetf "it's a long way to thc depot!" Colonel <*..!!, namma liding tha ti tupa, atopped on the step* of the COU-thO-UM ami wann-,I th ? excited people to disperse. HI* word* fell on deaf ears. Turning to his men he ahoutad, "Load!" There was a uniform clicking of hain n ? ra and every soldier prepared his piece for trouble. The startled crowd f.-:i rack a few stepa and several of th- more timid rushed for thc corners. They rallied Almost Immediately and cl ised In, but the soldiers held them hack. i ince up to the third door >.f the courthouse and Into the room where the trials are held, Dolby was Boon legally declared a criminal. At exactly 3:52 he was led into the courtroom, and In three minutes he was sentenced to twenty t.ars' Imprisonment, ten days in each year In solitary confinement. Dolby was brought Into the courtroom with both hands manacled. He was trembling and bad ti be supported when til,- Courl asked him to stand, ile told ni? na. "Hat.- you read the affidavit?" "Ye.*." "Clerk, you "-.-111 read the affl.lavlr," said Judge Maynard. I Th" tea.ling dune, the Curt asked the pris- I oner bow he would plead, and the wretch an- j swered 'guilty." Thc sentence was then pro? nounced and Dolby broke completely down. Outside the crowd was clamoring for admission, it -.ws augmented every minute and the acces? sions proved .tn Inspiration to the tired leaders ; wh.. had .-xhausteii themaelvos. I>r. UcNalr, of the Presbyterian church, circulated among thu angry mer and endeavored to get them to listen ? ti reason, but his wi*.* words fell upon closed ears. Sergeant Andrews, of Company A. on- of th? ihi'-- men of the company that came with the troops, and Private Len hart, ol Company B, were struck with stoma while standing on the courthouse steps, but ?l ""I their ground man? fully Sig-,mt Andrews was struck In the head with a stone that glanced from Private Ijmhart <? donei Colt at this jun.hip* telephoned the .djutant-fleneral at Columbus for _0" additional ti up* "If ) ,' want ni" t. hiing thc man to Columbus," nald Colonel ('oil with characteristic ? nph isis. "I will do it. but it will cost hi ."I." Col iel .' iii then male a speech to th" crowd. "fl looks very much." -aid he, "as though you I ini-'ii l i ? make an attn k on flu* legal author!* Ile* Tr. rc ivi! he trouble rf you do. I '-a!! "ti ling cltlzi ns t,. disperse anl to go to their homes " Thr- was received as other warnings had been. Th.- prisoner h.ol heen taken : i a back room in | the Si.er.fTs oih .*. .,11 rh" thir.l tl" ir, in ! i, . I 'iii! if the) would gi". iiim away h.- would .'on- j fi is ?". 'rythlng, bul th- tr- ops found it Impos Bible without serious ti iuble io get him to the i'l 'I in time for tin- train, and darkness cloned rr -,ii th,.- ominous scene \i >: !-. the crowd, largely augmented. *ur* i- unded th" building, snd with hui." Improvised hit ?-??Itu. tams pounded the doors on" after another. Th.- troops we ?- hasten.-'! together In rth us. at ali entrances. The doors were barricaded from within and furniture pl'.ed ?t them. Tin- soldiers st ??? -*/ith pieces 1 and bayonets fix.--! walting for th.- doors . ll :_?? st nes grere threwn against the !? n panel;. I ubi crashed against them and f.-;i ,,ii rh-- st"ii>- steps. All tlw* time 1 aid and .un"' tells ? ime from th.- crowd without and th- uproar ti.is deafening. Colonel Colt rn in rut' ! tn get out -f a window and addressed the ., Baying: "If any 'nan of you bits "ne of ii I w:',! direct him p. aim directly at that ? ll'' " \' 7 I* ??' ?- k an alarm of fir- startle.l the rr wd ind I greal many of ihem left Th? barn ned to the Cherry' House humed, bul the fire ua not oi ??' when the crowd .-ame back and renewed the attack. Colonel Coll received word tl ? ? ? Isl Reglmenl and two companies ? .' .'. bui wi i ?? - >n the way. v : " ,' ; k the south doors, unable longer to withstand the aaaault, cave way and Imme -li.it"!'. a deafening anl continuous volley from it* ? s i, ,' muskets greeted th** assembled mob. a pandem nlum of yells and curses was heard, ml thei ai: waa 'pile: When the dens-* srn"k>* which filled 'h< (Torrid rs, ha.I cleared away the extern f Hu- carnage waa apparent The law maintained tm' at a frightful cost. I* ? ?? enforced hy thi* flow of blood, the crowd f'-ii lu k and .. dead alienee followed the order f Major Speaks to ca*,, firing. Then there tia; a long arr. omlnoua silence, and lt was re l- rt-*.l ihat the mob had vlslte-1 all the stores In search of dynamite and falling to secure lt had gone to a powder mill two miles away nei Coll statlnne . his men outside the hulld Ing. guarding the approaches. At midnight ****_?**** ? iii ng wa* qu ??' TO I'i: MADE A CARDISAL. HIGHER HONORS FOR MONSIGNOR BA* T?U.1.1. Iikvivai, "i* -Hr' ii'M"i:. fros thi: a* tit' i: IT) "i' \ ii:.'Mima:' Rii'LESIAt-T, .mat lill ItKII lit.' MU.I. PK ...NIKIIKKH on ni' ti1' is .'.tj.- i'i:i.i:.;\Ti: Tin: ll 'Illri _f__**g!-Silf*R SAID TO III. n\ MIS '.'. V\ KERK Ni >vt in itt , weeks or thereabouts Monsignor Batolli, r ? \; -i ? Delegate, -\'.:t be elevated t-> the i ink ni ! dignity of a Carlina:, was thc informa? tion given 11 -t evening by orr.* ,,f the most pmrnli ?? deslasts -t til- Roman Catholic h in the L'nlted st,ins, willie la conversa :. n with a company >.f 'rlenda in this itv. The speakei is*un 1 hla bearers thu his information tt.i- received from th" highes! ;- aslble source aii-l was thorough!} authoritative In fact, he .--?it. i that rh" Pope'* messenger bearing the ml thi ri.- -essa rt documents rs slread) i. r.i- tt.it '- .merl i. and that upon his arrival ii for iii" interesting cerem ales will i" I ublli ly aim iunci 1 When Monsignor Batolli shall have become a Cardin il Archbishop "f th.- Church," th" speaker ? r i I. "h. win receive hrs appointment as Legate *t I. it. i". ihe most exalte,| tank to *thi.'h a repre ???mutti- of the Hoi) father can attain. Papal legates are of three kimls legates a later*, em irles, ambassadors ur nuncioa, known as legatl mlssl, and legates by virtue of their offlce, ol leg iti natl I.i _:.ires a latere are ..f two kin ls. extraordinary and ordinary, and always belong lu the muk of Cardinal Prom the extraordlnar) powers conferred upon Monsignor Batolli he will i.f the former lass "Monsignor RatolH'a functions will be wholly ? \. rutlvc and no! legislative, and his Jurisdiction will be chleflj appellate, according to thc de* creea of the Council of Trent, which found lt aary lu define tba authority ,.f legates, some "f wh "in in the "hi times were Inclined tu usurp the powera of tiie blahopa, arith whom they frc 'imi.tit .ame iu collision He wi;; be the chief ecclesiastical authority in this country, to sn* force ih" decrees of th" Council of lialtlmore ar I iii.- la .vs 'f the bishops, H.- ls a hitler op. p'ii. ni of Cahenslyism, anl will check an) spirit ihii is .mu .m-rlcan in this he win hut follow ml :!"? u lahes of the Holy Pather, "The raising of Ratolll t-. the cardlnalate an.l ? r-t'i'iit as I,ck.ite a l.atcrc ni, an Ilia: :ln- Church in th" I'n'.t ? I States tvi'.l be taken a holly nut -?( ih" Jurisdiction ? f th.- Propagan la, .uni that th.il) app'al from a decision of Satolll will !"? i" th- Pope directly. There will h.- ii-. Intermediate Judge Th" exact .lu'- "f ii"' ceremonies attending ile- conferring "f the cardlnalate upon Monsignor Sat,'Iii and th" pla..- where the ceremonies will i?- performed, the speaker would not dlihilge It ls likely, however, lira, All Saints' Day. which \ will come on Thursday, November 1, may be the da) decided upon a- especially Utting. Areli' i- li ip Gibbons ttas the last t,. h.* Itivcsti ,1 willi Ihe red hat In this cunny. The ceremony took price iii Baltimore, al the Cathedral, on .lum* ;.'. I8M. The Ablegate who g"Ked as tin* Papal messenger lu that instance was Monsignor Ht rn mero, and the be rtta was conferred by Archbishop Kenrick, of St Louis. II is thought that Some di.inges are likely to bo made In the personnel of Ihe Apostolic D.-ie gatlon in Washington in consequence ..f th.* new li nors which are to lie bestowed upon Its head, .hi.flt in the enlargement of ihe clerical force. Archbishop Corrigan could nol be found at his house last i-v nlng to Break "f the prospective change In the offlce af Monsignor Batolli. A well-known priest who WRC asked hts opinion of the matter said that the change would be th.* inst thing which could happen to the church in this country, "hut." he a<hie.1. "1 'hltlk Some peo? ple had better g**t In oin .f the rain." UILLIOXS IOU FBILAXTBROFT. Chicago, Oct. IT. The anding of all litigation in trolvlng john Crerar's will lea va* his trustees free to dlstrlbuta nearly ii.nod.mn) among various benevo? lent, religions '"i'l educational institutions, in ad? dition to founding, nt a cost of $...".10.1*00. a free public library. Nearly lfto.00. was left to institu trotis lu Ch-0ai*O, ami $'(io,-rt- tva* given for a statue nf Abraham Lincoln. M.ipi.sts that will he paid to religious Mocletlea In other cities are un follow*: Scotch 1'r-mby terian Church, N?w-York. *__>..-_? American Hu inlay school I'nlon. Philadelphia, 150, 000: Bt. Andrew's goclaty, New-York, 910,000. WILLIAMS THE OPPRESSOR MOSE LIGHT OX HIS .METHODS HOW, WHEN CAPTAIN, HE VENTED Hlf SPLEEN' ON A HBLPUBM MERCHANT. LORCMZ BAYBB TKtJUl now ms BUgP-BBh WAg ruined pkpk ami "*cm_irTB___m__g ABU. I.ini'TKNANTS IN lill-: TVRAXNY TIIKIP. EXTORTIONATE DB3AXBTDB - ROBBKBI I.V A BOUttA r-'T. VOTB FACTORY. When Police Inspector Alexander S. William*. was a captain In command of the force at the West Thirtli-th-st. station, two of hla d.tectlvea were Max _______.___-.-Br mid Jamea I.. Price, both of whom are now captain*. Some of the testimony srhlch was tak -n before the Lexow Committee in the court-room of Part III _f the Superior Court ye.ster.lay was calculated to con? nect the three men In the alleged C >lleet|on of money from busltiey? men. LoftfU" Hayer, g dealer in pictures, te.stltled that he had trouble with Williams because Will'., ms hal allowed the sidewalk in front of Halliard's choc .late factory, adjoining th.- picture store, to be blocked with waif.ns. He had carried his complaints to the Commissioners and t. a police court and even hal offered to light a duel with William*. Mr. Bayer's son teatlfled that Ousters A. Wolfe, Halliard's matiexer, hal declared he had paid Ii'-) to Williams f..r tne privilege of blocking th- sl'l.-walk. The tvitn. ss said h ? alao ha.I heen asked t>\ Price to contribute money foran album, to cost J:'.'"?.. --/hlch was to h.- presented to Wiil i.i'n-. I'll",- hid also siKifi'Steil that a p .ld table, worth ISO., on exhibition in the picture store, would malu a nie pi .sent f, ,r wllllama, An other man fruin the precinct had said that the Rift of the gold table might have straightened out th" difficulty with Malllard, tut Williams did n lt get the table. Liter the witness was ar f ited i.y Price and Bchmlttberger ..t night, only p. h.- di-charc-d in a police court the next norn? ing. ?Instil ve A. Wolfe denied that be had paid any money io Williams. He was 'he man who re? cently a.k".l Mr I-'orget. the agent of rh" French Line, not t.. testify against Bchmlttberger, He fall yesterday that Bchmlttberger had ask^d him nol t" testify about the Interview with Mr. Forget. A Greek sailor give teatlm ny about having been robbed and beaten lr . lodglng-houss f"r Tammany floaters at No. Ut S .Uth-St., ani the proprietor "f th- place admitted that he had bed* f'i sixty men, and tra* snout thirty men t ted from th.* place last year. The place has an Excise license, hut n . hotel license, and Ex? cise Commissioner Dalt ti was present to hear trie testimony. In th.- aft.?rt. "ti a number of w!tn"-?e* -/re examined, in th" attempt to show that many p r and ignorant people, who hnve had str^t stands f.r trie u.|_ ,,f ?___ irater In the district eaat -A the Bowery, had been required to pay $."> each for police protection, in! that th<* money passed through the hnnis of th.- manufacturer! who supplied the fountains used hy the "rendere. Several of th" standkeepers -til that they had paid money f.r permits, as they supposed, and were nol Interfered arith by tv police. William Jac.'bs and Charles Ughte, two members of the Manufacturers' Ass,, tatton however, testified that the money collected from th.* standkeepers amounted to only a small port! in of g,5M whi<*_ hal been paid to John E. Brodsky, the lawyer and ex-Assemblyman, for attending to the com? plaints against the stand* ami for getting the Aldermen t" grant licenses for the stands. The investigation is to be continued t"-day. WILLIAMS GaKVE INSULTS. THAT IS THE WAY HE ANSWERED AP? PEALS Tu HrM TO I"i HIS DUTT. UK -OAVF PERMISSION TO A M \Nt KA.TI RKI: T*? BBBAK THK I.xxv IN. TA vhs "K CRIMINAL INACTIVITY OB Till: PART Ot POUCI .\Nl. POLICE SVBXICBB SIDEWALK VENDERS ''OMPELLED TO TI RN nf KU PA HT Of ?' Mini: sm .LL BABNINOg rei Andrew H ll i ??. v. s ,n. :h.* eccentric man -rho wis ai ..ii- '.rn" Asalstaal Diotrict-AttorasBi tr." I yeaterdaj to iel int,, the room arbere the gen* ir Investigating Commit.* I* holding Ita sitting, bul the doorkeeper srouM not l*-'* him Presently s-'rra t Bradley ame in .-ri i sari: "Why of ourse you'll 1ft in ?Ault-' Dawson," anl th-n "Andy" was '.??I rn. and h" form- I a pl. lips,pe Uguie a* he stood there during thc examination of witnesses, hi* gray hair unkempt an I dlsherelled as though he were the captain of ii football team "Uncle Han" Urn r.ey amused th.- reporters vt.th s number of anecdotes concerning his early political adventures previous to th" .irriv.il of lils , lleagues, tbs entire iii of whom, for the first t.riv ilnce :h" conuaJthM resumed Its work, appeared on the bench together. Senator gaston, however, salted only long enough 10 shake han ls anl h- ll a brief reception ttlth i halnaan Lexow and the other tnemb rs, ani then tti-nt away. .Mr. il.'ff hal pot arni- I for the h-ginnlng of th. examination of arltnesses, ta thia nutter was taken up by hts assistant. Ur, Moss. _rha called tlrst to the stand Prank il Jonis..ri. who t.u-l tliat his busi? ness ora* supplying weddings, receptions, parties an I other entertainment* of that kind, and "ii these ? ?? a*l ins ba general I) had awnings put up on thc SlleW.llk*. vi I i-i t*.it have policemen .it the h-ms.s? a ? i i.-.-.i* iona ll). When it ls a bi* affair tv e tx to the itatton-houoa uni get p man detailed rn front of the 11 "IS" xi. l?o v ni pey anything to s spacial poli_en___s. A. Vi'i. slr; hui n-r ala ly* Q Mow imi. h generally? A.- From II to to. IT WAS TIIK CUSTOM T'? PAT i_ is that the custom with persons In your '.ine of hilliness * a feo, and :h.* pey is generally a* a mle j.v At this point in the proceeding* Senator Cantor, who had Just ."iiiii j,, bright and smiling; int.r rupted arith tha ohservation that Mr*, l'rchlttal could have her children back. Mrs. L'rchlttal la the Russian woman ti hose little eiKar business ttas broken up In Orchard-st, by the rufltoa Po? liceman Hussey snd hrs "pei " shalvey, and who tia* dragged tnr,.iiK*h the streets on the Baal Side by these policemen, who took her money, stol** her children and then si ni her to prison for six months on a charge of keeping s disorderly hourn all because abe refuse,l to pay more blackmail than she could afford. "i hate been speaking several times," said Sen._ tor Cantor, "to the president of the Hebrew Shr-i tering tluardlan Bodety, who noa bas charge of Mrs. [Tri hltta!'s dui lien, and he has Informed ma that the society ls willing to glvs up the children now if the committee will certify thai the mother ls In a position to take proper care of them." ?Will." sal.I Senator Bradley, "as long as the society is satistleil to let them go, We al * i should he satisfied." Senator Cantor The presldeni of the society ad m ts thnt the Investigation bas shown that the woman is a pi re woman, thoroughly moral, and that the charges brought agalnai her were false. A POOR Womans BURDEN lifted Senator O'Connor (with an evident feeling of re ll.-fi Well, all I have gol to say is this, that If this comnilttee .11.1 no more than to restore to that poor Woman ber |OOd name which was SO wantonly assailed i.v these pottceeneu the investment has paid and our labors hate not heen In vain. There appeased a disposition to applaud Sena? tor O'i'onnor's remarks, an.l when h.- had .lone Mr. (?off (who had Just arrived) tdded that there was an Intention to apply to the Federal courts, Mr*. 1'i'ihlttal being nu alien, hut Mr. Cantor's re murks ma.le that unnecessary. Mr. iloff then mad a letter which he had re? ceived from H. H. Porter, president of the De? partment of Charities and Correction, In regard to ' ..inplain:- about false registrations In tho XV 1th Assembly I'lstrlct. Pres.dent Porter'* let? ter Inclosed a letter Which hs sent two years ago to the heail* of the vari.mn city Institution* on the Island, telllnif th .ii that the "help re|<1stered from public Institution* must refrain from voting at the pre?ent election." Mr. Porter stated fur? ther thst the heads of the institutions hsd been again directed to do all "In their power to prevent