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v??~ I_V...N?- 17.83a NEW-YORK, BUNDAY, BBPTBBIBEB 15, I8JI5.-TIIIRTY PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS. AflBKMBLING IN SARATOGA. ST puoMlNKNT MBPUBLtCAMI AR RIVK KOK THK STATE CONYENTION. ATT ROM OH THK WAY TO SEE OoVKRVOR MORTO**- WHO IBfWPg TO MAKE A POI'TH _-*?>* TRIP 1.1TT1.E Orro-SITION TO THK RR MMKATI08I or the PMNBMf 8tatk OrFl<"15R*-TUE MAl'HIXE TO PKMT gtXUkOoTBABM nt OF tmf. state <'<>m XITTEE ? YIBWg OF I'EI.E IOATE. on THE St'XP.W l.iw'.'li QUMTtOM (BT TBUnoaAPH TO THB TR1B1NE.) Saratoga. N Y.. Sept. 14.?The Republlcan State r tiventlon to b? held here on Tue.day beftan lo ,i?ke U. oomlna apparent to-niRht. Many promt aent RM?l-dl-M",a nrrtVOd la the vlllage by the t-?in? whi-li reaehed here late In the evenlng. and tv,e'-ffl.e. of ".lie blg hotela were aoon CTOWdod tM polltldana Two r.'rmer Ctilted State. Sen -pr,. \Yarn?r Mlttor an.i Frank Hlaeoeft were BMM th'se w**? arrlve(1 ,hl!, BftaWMBB. An o'her MM I'nlted Stai.-;-. Senutor, Thomaa C. platt. wh ? re.-Kned hla eeai ln lKKl, arrlved h?re ,t | gftAotM to-nlght. 5,'r. Platt started from Xew-York tbla mornlng. tut when he arrlved at Rhinecliff. h? Mfl his train and went lo Eller.lte. uleiuinmr- home of Oovernor Morton. All the Re publl'ai. polltl .ans here, when they heard of Mr. Piatf. vl.it at Kllcr.l'.e. =aiu th.it they ihoiight lt aiatber .:. ver play by hlm fdt more State patron gje. rndoutitedly he woold inf rm C.overnor Morton thnt IM State Conv.-ntlon certalnly would par-a a reaolutlon favorlng his nomlnation tor FrnMdent. and oth.-rwl.e seek t.. lngratlat-? fciawlf wlth tba OovnraKir by aottdttng hl. ad V;ce BbOUt \arlou. plaaM of the platform. PLATT S limMCWWTl Put tka abntaea Of any rtTort by Mr. Plalt out itle of New-T t)< Btttg to brlng abiut the noml? nation of Govern .r Morton ought to reveal to the litter Mr. platt's inslr.cerity in advocatlng hl. ee lectlia a. a canli.Ute for Pre.tdent. Oovernor M rl n Wlll be Bupportad for the Pre.idency by all the mambara Of tbe Platt machlne up to the j tlme of the RcpnbUrnn National Conventlon, and i ln the mean tlme all the State patronage posslble , will be ext.rted from hlm. Hut the favor with j whlrh some other ftopnbliCBM ot National proml- j nence are ep k.ia ? by tba leadlng men of the i p!au maehlna when tbe Pranldoncy ia referred to ! |_?ci->.eB the fact that they have no Intention of j pTr-stiing Oovtrnor Morton'. nomlnation. ?OVSRNOR MORTON QOIMQ T>0 THE SOUTH. j The Platt RopnblloniiS say they intend to pre- j e*r.t rosolntlona extoi.inu Qovornor Morton and j urging him a. a candid.nt- fur I'resident. and that ! Mr M.t .. dnddod tc-oay lo make a visit to the j Atlanta Exp MUon and the Chl'-kamauga cele- j hration. wlth a view of gettlng acqua'nted wlth BOBM Bouthorn Republlcan.. Mr. Mcton wlll |--a\e Albany on Tuesday evenir.g ln company wlth the commlttee of me Leglslature appolnted to be praaant at the Chi kamauga celebratlon and the openlng of the Atlanta Exposltlon. The party wlll go 10 Loulavl'.U-. and thene- to Naahvtllo, Chc.ttanooga and Atlanta. Mr. Morton'. '.ntimate friende thlnk that in the courae r.f this vi.it t > the Houth the boom glve:, to him at the New-York Republlcan State Conventlon can be t-xpanded Into large dlmensions. Mr. Platt po.slbly may have ehnttad arltb Mi Morton to-day about the h&o this Southern tour might glve to hi. canvaaa for the Pro.:deno>" Hut Mr. Platt himself eh^uld get outof the State and hu.tle for Mr. Morton ir he l. to convlnce people that ba i. aincere ln hla Bdvooncy Of the latter'. nomlnation for President. PLATT TO FlORtt KNI-AROEMEN'.-. Mr. Piatt's latest derign ls to oppo.e any -n largem-nt of the Republlcan State Conimittce. T.iat annourcement WM made ahortly after his arriva, here to-night. There wll! tborofora ba a Mt atatgot in tha conventlon over the propoaitlon toenlarK** the commlttee. Ex-Senator F"rank IIis *"4>ck. BThO 1.* t^'.-ekiiig a renomlnation for Senator lt Mr Platt'S hands. sald lo-n'.ght that he thought th* e mmlttea should bc reduce.1 rather than In? creaaed .n membershlp. Pooalbly Mr. Hlfl och thlnk. that the reduetlon of the Republican State Commltt.-e to a inemberslup ot r.n?, and that >.n? Mr. Platt. would be an noellent ?:**|) for the party to take. Wllbur F. Wakeman. of N.-w York. gr-neral ?ec retary of the Amerlcan l-Yot- tlve Tarlff l.eagu*?. arrlv.d ihi. evenlng and Opened the handQUnrton Informal commlttoa advoontlng the -vniarge ment of tbo -s" it< Consmlttoe nt Congrana Hall. Mr. Wakf-m.in .aid that the ropOlta 80 far re eelved by ihe informal oommlttee show?d that the her of dotegntea plodgcd to eniargemant waa Ing, and that In hla oplnlon they would ex . ? 1 thi (ftlmate BOOt out from New-Y. rk. A meetlng Of tbe tMogaUf friendiy tO just repre tioa nill be held nn Monday, and tbe propo.i II 8 10 mak'. a flght r.n the temporary chalrman ?nip of tiie oonvontlM will be submltted to them. Jf the majority agree to tho plan. a contest wlll be I Mr Wakeman received report. to-day fi ti, Queeni* an.l Dutchaaa oountlea which indi cate that a majority of tbe d.-legates from -ach of the**. .-ount.-s wlll .--'uj?p..it enlargomont L1TT1.F. OPPOtlTIOM TO TIIK OI.D TICKBT. Th? preseni Republlcaa state ofBcara Bacro ? arv af State 1'almer. Controlk-r R.-bcrts, State Tre.in.jrer Colvln, Btata Engineer AdaOBB and Ate ' ' v-'iereral Han.ock?wlll apparently be re nomlantod without any oppo.itton worthy of the ran;. Kvery leadin? Republican here to-night. ? St ttotrn Miller. Platt and MlnCOCk, ex-Con rres.man Henry' r> BUfltlgb and other., de? clared that "the old tlckot" of 1RK3 would ba re n'.mlnat.-d Inde "d, Wlth the recud of ti.bl.ty. anllity aul honeaty n.ade bv every one of Ibe RapubHonn Btata ..Hicere- n rofuaal t" i^nomlnnta 'h*m, ns Mi I'iatt well said, would be "aulcidal." Tba only oppoaltion to rwnomtnatlon arhlch has h*en made 0M8M from LeiUls F. Payn. Mr ?P*)'n said to-nlght: '"The Republlcan. ..f C-lurn hia County iniend to ptesent the name of J. Ri4er Cndy for Attorney-General. He wlll be ** ;* 'ted by every deiegate of other cuiiii.-s in lha State Trer* w!? al... b? OPPOgltlOn tO tbe inaomlnatlon 6i Controller Robertni" But Mr. Payn n r.n:arks .... not taken .erb n.ly. There i? no ngn of oppoaitloa of any Btrongth to ;i.< rtr. rr.lnHtion of Controller Robortl and Attor ne>-Gen'.ral Hancock. II ia rvldont, bowovor, tnat ihere will M a Bantaat rvai the nomlnation for Judge of the Court of Appeala. Jeoaa Johnson, It is now .aid, Wiil ha Npported by all the .lelegnte. of Klni/s County Judge Pardon C WIIBniM, <>f watar town, apparentl>, alao wlll b*vo .trong aupport trom the ....ithern paii of the State. Tha South >m Tt*r delegatea under Mr. Platt". land, win BOppori Judgi !elora E. M.irMti Tb- other endidates ar. Judge WIIIIhiii L. Adama, of Car.andaigua. and JodgB Henry 1- Chlld., of Medlna. K1UI7) IN NKW-YOHK DBNOUNCKD Cuionel S. Y. lt Cntfcr, ol Now-ToM, arrlvM her.* tontght, profoundly lodlgnnni ovnr the fraudul.t-t metl).,<l!< :,y wbbii ibe Plntt Ropob Ilcan. tx m a n,aj..rity of tM deleg..(e-a from Ne** Y uk COttntJ Mt ("rugci Ig a iiiemlxr of a coriteating deiegat.on, but he lntenda to get Into th- coavontton and expose ihe Inlqulty by whi. h the ladopMdonl RapuMkOM Of New-York County wtre defeated. J. Hloat Passett tebgraphe.l from Klmlra to ?lay, engaglrig h'adguarters In Congreaa Hall for hlmaelf and tha other Independent Ripublican delegatea from Chomang County. Mi Pnaoott ?will exert hlmaelf In tbe oonvontlon t i brlng about an etilarg-meni ot tii.- BopnbKcan State Commif - AnK.ng the Republlcana who arrlved here to-day wore ex-3en,itor Krancla Hendricka. John 8 Ken CuDllnai-d on Flfth Vmuxx. MR. FASSETTHEA DS THE LIST. I1K WIXS A COMPLETE VICTORY IN THE rilEMCNO CONVENTION. AI.L THK DEI.EOATEP TO SAKATOOA FAVOnAHLE TO HIS INTKrtKSTS-"r>I*TBII>K INTKHFKlt BBK8M ' AND "CIT-THnoAT POUTICS" DKNOT'XCKD RXLAIV'F.MENT OF THE BTATI COMM1TTEE DEMANOEn. Elmlra. N. Y., Sept. 14.?The Chemung County Repuhllrans met In conventlon at Horseheads to day to seleet deleKates to the State, Judlclal and Senate con\ cntlons. Judge Seymour Dexter was ehairman. and the other offlcers were friendly to Mr Faasett's IntereBts. Contests were reported from Ashland, Chemung and Elmlra. Whlle the Commlttee on Cnnteste.i Heats was dellberatlna J. Sloat Fassett wna called to the platform to ad? dress the delegatea. He sald that bfl .egictted the "outalde lnterferenee" In Chemung County polltlca whlch had been wltnesBed for the last month, and he was glad that Chemung Republl cana hai determined that they knew what they vanted and liad to get It. He h>ped they had 888*1 th- last of "perflonal rut-throat" polltlca ln the county. and of "outslde lnterferenee." He closed as follows: I am not oppoafd to the State Organlxatlon, but 1 am oppoBed to Imaetrm Th.re ls a vaflt difference betwaen bossism and leadershlp. The tlrst means tyranny, whlle the other Ib repreaentatlon. I ani. I.owever. In favor of the ?cheine for en'.arging the State Coinmlttee. becauae I thlnk that commlttee , flhould be brought nea[er the ?entlment of the peo? ple. The ntovement to enlurge the commlttee la , not conaplrlng agalnat Mr. I'latt. and one man la too amall to consplre for or agalnst. Hls allusionfl to Mr. Platt's lnterferenee were warmly eommended by the delegatea. At the f*lose of Mr. Fassett ? speeeh 1. A. Glhson waa I ralled on. and then Edward L. Adams was asked ! for by the conventlon. In closlng hls remarks Mr. Adams asked Dr. Henry Flood, the leader of the Platt forces, to express hlmself on the situation. T?r. Flood sald that he had met the enemy and he was hls (Mr. Fass?>tfs). He had read an editortal in a mornlng newapaper offering the ollve branch, and he eranted a pl *ce of It. Theee Bentimenta were enthuslasticnlly recelved. Brlef apeachea were aiso made by Charles Pratt, C. H. Knipp. W. R. Compton, William Carpenter and others. The Commlttee on Credentials re? ported in favor of aeatlng the elttlng or Faasett delegatea from the dlmrUts conteated. The fol? lowlng del*gates. controlled by Mr. FaBgett, were chosen: ? _???_, State Conventlon?J. Sloat Fassett. L. G. Rath bun. W. J. Mapes. A. J. Oliver, Benjamln Doollt tle and J. H. Holbert. Judlcial Convention?Frank S. Bentley; aiter nate. Riswell R. Moss. Senate Conventlon?John M. Diven, N. J. Thompson, Joseph Causer, Thurlow Cleveland and H. H. Worden. ReaolUtlona favorlng the enlargement of tbe Stat** Commlttae on the basls of one member for each Asurmbly .tistrict were adopted. 3PEAKER FISH RENOMINATBD. PROCEKl.lNOS Of THE PfTNAM COt'NTY RB )' "I.ICAN rONVENTlON. Ormel, N V., Sept. 14 (Special).-The Putnam County Republl^nn rtenventlon, held here to-day, was attended by a large body of cheerful. eonfldent, representatlve Republlcans. Dlstiict-Attorney Abram J Mlller, of Brenrater, waa chosen ehairman. and Mlliard K. Agor. of Mahopac Falls. and George II. OilfTeth, of Liidlnp'om-ille, secretarleu. There were no contents, and tbe flr?t seeretary was Instructed to east the ballot ln *ach inatance. The followlng d?Ugntes to corventlons were elect? ed: State? Hamllton Flflh, J. E. Kent and Emer hon W. Addls; alternates, John R. Yale. Kdward C. \Y-.eka and Eilaha N. Huak. Scnate-Ellaha N. Rusk. Jn.n,et Y. Pylrman, William Agor. Edward C We.-ki. Arthur Townsend, lohn A. Bfnnett, 1.64*1 A. Shove, .lohn H Yale, Davld Kent ind John Wllcox. Judl clary?William Wood, Abram J. Mlller and Clayton Ryder. _ . , Hamllton K'.ah waa nomlnated for member of As semblv, William Wood for County Judge, IMwln C. Penny an.l Edward L* Haxleton for Ooroaara Th* conventlon adopted reaoluttons requcatlng delegatcs from this <*OUnt* to support Isaac N. M.l*. of Vveetcheeter Coonty, for Juatlce of the Supreme Court, Indorsnig the legialattve courae cf th* Hon. H..mllton Fish. Speaker of the Aaaembly; eommend !ng th.- admlnlstration of (Jovernor Morton and ?-x preaaing the hope that he wiil l.e the next Repub? lican nomlnee f.,r Prealdent of the Unlted States. -+ PBOFES80E C. V. RILEY EILLKD. THE FNTi'.M'it/M.I.NT PATAELY III'IlT HT A I'AIJ, FROM IIIS H1CYCL.E. Washington. Sept. ll.-Profensor C. V. Rlley. for merly the entomologist of the Agrlcultural I'.-part ment. araa thrown Irom hls blcycie this mornlng and recelved injurlea which proved fatal to-ni^ht. Charlea Valentlne Klltv was born ln London. Beptetnbor is. 1841 He wna edneuted in France aad Gasr-aany, and came to the Unlted Btatea la Itaa, ?ettllng on a farm In Illlnols. Ha afterward was on the elitorlal staff of "The Chicago Bvenlng Journai." and on thnt of "The Practleal Farnier." ln 1804 Mr. Rlley Jolned the IMIlh JlllnoU Volun tet-rs, and aerved through the rem.iinler of the war. in imix be accepted the otflce of Btate Kn toniologlst of Missouri, which he reslgned in IK77 io become chief of the I'nlted State entomologleal azpedltloa sent to Inveatlgate the Itnrky Mountaln locual Tba n-xt year Mr. Rlley waa maJe ento mologlst of the Bureau of Agrlcul'ure. hut aoon afterward gave up the offlce to deyota hls tlme to the Enlomologlcal ("oinmiflsion, tbe reporta A which are largely his work. Mr Rlley waa put in charge of the enlomologlcal dlvlaion of itie Hureau of AfTleulture. 4vhlch he otganiz.'d. in 1WU, and waa aho BU li? curaior of Insects in the Unlted Statefl Natlonal Uuaeum. to whlch h.- preeented hla torwjjrlvnta collectlona Mr Rlley has done much original and valuablo work ln hls reaearchea on Amerlcan Inaect peata. His in\e*.tlgatlon of the phyiloxera attracted tbe atientlon of the Fr-n h Oovernment, and from them h* r"c,'v"d a t dd medal; another medal he receiv.-d frf.m the Jniern.ittonal Forestry Kxhlbitlon at Kdln !_r Rlley has been a member of many promlneni BCientifiC socleties Bl home and ,U,road. Hfl Bru retary of the Amerlcan Associatlon for tbei Ad , ,. .?..::. ,,. Bcience u. IW, and hai held other oflices in auch socletiea He haa conirib.u,-1 lai to Bdentiilc Journala and to encycopaclias ind haa publlahed aeveral bookl on enlomologlcal 8UB. jecia Hla c.nr.ccilon with the Department of AS rlculture waa aevered about n ytr ago. -?? ///;? FOT JOE DELAYED HY A BVTIXT. CAPTAIU ANP MATE OK THE TK1MEE HEI.D HERE TO AI'l'EAIt A'l-UNST TUO I:K HKI.I.IOI'S BAixona, Charles Drydan, twenty-six yeara old, and John Holmes. twenty-two yeara old, Blfned artlclea yea? terday and embnrfced as aallora on the sebooner Julla A. Trub*e. < oal-laden. for a voyaaje tO lavan nnb, da and thenee io flouth Ann-rlcan pOTta. charles A. DurUng is master and Kric Watclnn.in nint'- of the vcssel. Th* Trubee goi under way yesterday afternoon, and all went well untll she waa off Llberty Island, wh-n the male ordered the two lallors to bstten down the hatchea and get r-ad> for any weath.-r they mlght run Into. Iirydan, who Is a German, thought he aaw flre In Mate Wat.hmans eye, and when th* latt.r att*mpt*d to lnitruct the two men how he aranted the work done they 1? murred and refuaed to do anythlng at all Fiii llng- perfluaslon uselens. Captaln Durling sent up hls L'nlon Jack upa|,l, down as a signal of dla tre??. whlch was aien by the watch of th. Harbor pollce at Pler A about I >,'< |,.-k last evenlng Bat gannl Waish at oi,,-.- erdered tbe atenmbont Patrol tO li," *v>l\r. ln the mean tlme a VVhltehull boat. niani.ed by iwo hoatmen, had come alongsile of the flabeonar. At that time the (aptain und mate and the two HttlU-ra w*re _<st!culatli;g Wlldly during 8 heated dlBcusBlon ?P deik. The sailors attempt.d lo hoard the rowboat, orderlng its crew to tak* them aahore. or be shot for not dolng ao. Kearlng bloodshed the two boatmen pulled off and started <?r l'ier A to Inform th" pollce. The 1'atn.l paased thim on the way, and. Hteamlng up alongaid. tbe Trubee. placed tbe tara mutinoiu aailora ln Itoni hi I i.rought them ashor-*. 4vhere Captaln Durlli.g charaed 'hem wlth mutlny. _ . They were flnally locked up nl th<- . nurcn-ai nollce' fltatloii. and wili appear before I Blted Klaiea I'ommiBBioner ShleidM on Monday mornlng next eharged wlth vlolailng flertion 3.4sf of th?, t nited Htates Kivlsed StatuHs. Ai ihu captaln and matfl muflt appeai aa arlt nubordlnate sallor., the Tru nesae.a agalnM the Insubordlnato sallor., tne ?.?? boe'a anchor waa eacl '.rr Uberty i.land'?"'*'? Jn wlll be delayed for BOVaml daya. The TrnbOO 18 under charter to ihe Edgewater Coai I ompnny. WILL THE BANKS DEPOSIT? THEY MAI HELP TO BtHLD UP THE .#OT.I) RBBBHVB. NOTHINO DOMB IMIBBDAT T<o swEI.I. If AND NO WTTIII'IHWAl.K HAOfl NKMtlY Bf T" THK 1I1NI.HKI' M1I.I.I"N MAl'.K. There were no depoalta OT wlth.lrawal. of gold at the Sub-Treasury yenterday. ... that 80 far ?? mat clty waa conc-n.e.l the reaerve remalne.t ns on Krlday. The antlctpnte.1 actlon of tl.e banka In ex ctanglng goM tor grcenlM.ks took no further turn ye.terday. lt wlll remaln for Monday to show whether the proposltton to contribute (o the waarva in proportlon to their holdlnga. as flr.t BOggaatad by Preaident Htlllman, of tbe National Clty Hank. wlll brtng forth more abund.iut frult Slx of the aaanillatail banks are auppnaed to have t2S,U00.000 of the total Kold holdlnK-i 8f all these bank., and of this amount the National Clty Hank haa over $7,(00,000. The bank. profe.s a willlngne.. to glve up half of their gold lo strengtl; n the Treaaury, provlded the gold go dlrectly (ber.*. J. Plerpont Morgan yesterday decllned to .ay 8 word Mlx.ut the report that the National Clty Hank ts-uve the- Bjmdtcata I1.jOU.000 ln gold in exchange for Kreenbacke. There are aeveral other .Inillar casea. Mr. Morgan contented hlnmelf on Krlday by announclng that the oyndlcate. desplte the fact that it* obllgatlona to the Oovernment cea.ed ln June last. woukl nevertheless contlnue to do It. be*t to hold up tbe raaarva. Yeaterday the oplnlon that another bond MM w'ould be necea.ary I.y November 1 gr.-w apace. K? port. that gold wouid go into the Treaaury from Rocheater anu Pltt.hurg had not an lota of In? fluence upon thi. oplnion. In fact, the Street I.aa not yet formally acceptci thr bellef that Baehaater and Pltt.hurg have \.-t berome fcreat facturs in afifactlng fluanctal problcma of the day. The foiiowing remarku were made yeaterday by E. O. Leech. formerly Dlrector of th.- I'nlted Statea Mlnt, and now ca.'.iier of the National l'nlon Hank, of thi. city: "The one thlng that everybody looks at Is the Treaaury r.'.erve of free gold. If lt ta over IW0.000.000. we feel aafe; lf under, we are ap preheuaive. Thla Iniaglnary danger llne, e.atab liuhed flrst by the publlc-debt atatement of March. 1886. without any authorlty of law, has liecome a frultful aource of publlc anxlety." Henry Clewa .poke hi. mlnd a. follows yeater? day: "The late CongTCOa wa* a blatheraklte body. Mo.t of the member. fllled up the time of the ses.lon by talk. They talked eloquently l.ut actej bauly. Blg talkers are but llttle good generally for buslnea. actlon. riuch was the n.ake-up of the last ('oniuesaional b-.dy. The hopea certainly are well foundeil for better resulu from tba n.-w Con grea. which convenea December I. That belng the case, av th* L'nlted States Treaaury ia ao much In need Juat now of proper legl.latlon to provlde it wlth gold income to be derlve.i ln a legltlmate. bualneaallhe way. Instead of through charlty of fering., it appears (o me that ti.e Prealdenl would be quite Juatlfled ln calllng Oungret-. together for that purpoae o:i November 1. or sooner, If posalble. December 4. the regul o perlod f.-r Cmgreaa lo me. i l* a long tlme orf. conslderlng the present preaslng demand for gold on the Treaaury. It wou-d be no hardshlp for the member. of Congreaa lo aaaemble In Waahlngton oa November l. insteadlot Di ? tnber 4 As a matter ..f fact, I thlnk th<*> would all rejolce to do ?o, aa tbe cllmate of that city la alway. healthful at that perlod, and tne air .alubrlous." .. _ Waahlngton. rt-pt. II -The Treasury gold reaerve Is stated to-day at jyy.0-^.64-4. auoject to a net de ductlon of I3.300.CO0. aa the reault of wlthdrawal. and depo.lt. of gold at New-Torh ye.terday. < or rected otllclal reporta receiv.-d at the rrea.ury thi. mornlng from Aaeletant Treaaurer J-rdan _*??*? (he total gold wlthdrawn yeaterday at 84.300.>*00, ani Ihe Kold deposlted at M.MMM ?E KNOWS OF ANOTHKR BOND 1SS1TK. <;. L HL"T<TIIN.aON. OE CBKAOO, 8AY8 T1IAT IT II VS BBSN ARKANUKD HKTWKEN THE MOItUAN-HEI-MONT HYNDICATE AND THk. <l"\ EltMMBNT. Chlcago. Sept. 14.?Charlea L. Hutehlnson, presl .l.rit ef th*; Corn Exchange Rank, of thi. clty. aald to-day: 1 have it on the best authorlty from New-York that another laaue of bonda haa been arranged fur between the Oovernment nnd the Mon-'an-H.-imont ?yndlcate l received the Informatlon yeaterday, and 1 iinderstand ihe only d-lav ln laeulng the batch of bonds la on nocount ot the amount. i no lleve Prealdenl Cleveland dealroa to ?ell only 125 000 000 worth of bonds now. whlle tbe ayndbate want. the laaue to be at lea.t I6u.000.u00. I knoa nothlng of tii" propoaed terma, l.ut l eipect the announcemenl of th<- loan wlll i?- maii- ln a aay or ao l do nol thlnk tbe laaue of mor- bonda wlll have any effect on general bualneaa. It may depreaa tbe ,,,,. ... temporaiity, bnl li.at wouM not make mucb diff.-rence. Chlcago banhera aeen to-day said thoy saw no cause for alarm in the Incranging ghlpments of gold t" Burope. All said tha oountry'a eom merclal condltlon wna g.i and that ther. araa no danger of a lecurrence of the ishi panie on accouni of tha Impalrmenl ..f the gold reaarve In the Treaaury._ LIQMTBIBB ATTBACTED HY A I'lX. HOW tiie DBATH 0? MBJL Al.RERT AT Hl'.H isi.and was CAUSBD Coroner". Physlcian Iionlin mada hl. repor' yea? terday Of the autopoy ln tba caae of Mrs. Jullet Albert. who was kille 1 by llghtnlng at her home at Hlgh laland, near Clty laland. laal Wedneeday. He found that the llghtnlng ha.l been attracted bv a pln whlch Mrs. Alberl wore ln the nach of her dreaa The Ughtntng Btrueh tha point of tiie pln, nmltod it. and drove it through bar flraaa, ambaddtng lt in her Baah. The ahln aroond tha pln oma acor.'h.il Thera were no othai amrka on th.- body. Mr? Albert w.ih altttng on .*. plazza wli.-n the llrhtnlnr. strucl; her. Ii went fri m ber body to a wl?eon tl.e wall, and demoll.hed varlous artlcle. ln ii room to whb-h the w.r.- led. The pln which the llghtnlng t.rat stru-k cont.ined a largi percentage ol coi i"'1 FOBB8T8 aTlaZE IX BMW-JBBBBT. VlU.AOE-a AND FAKM BOVBM IN TIIE UNE OF THE FlIIE-M!"'".l DAMAO)a BOB* Pleasantvl'.le, N. J.. Bapt 14 One of (he moat di. astrous foreat iirea that 8VCT s?ept through South? ern New-Jersey is now t.iK.ng about one mlle from thi. place. Tbe fln- waa Btartod on Thuraday aftar i.....r t.y persons boralaa l.rush along the Baadlng lt-illroiid, about tWO n Uaa vbove here, and bume-i rapldly ln 'i aoutheaaterly dlrectlon aeroaa the u..Ht jeraey Bnllroad Into MeKao CKy, whara it dld much damage, burnlng down two small house. oornflelds and a va?t amount ol valttaMa tlmbar. When the nr.- croaaad tba Waal Jeraey iuiir...i.l lt aet Bra to the tles. ani l.urnel abOUt slxty of tham Otm under the raila befora h waa eztlngulabod Th'- huk of the tlre i- BOW piat McKaO Clty, and la BWaeptng at a terrlflc rate before a stlff r...rth ireatarty wlnd toward Bakerevllla aM Boaaara Polnt At Kiai.vtown. dlrectly baeh of thi. place, tbe Bra la raglng furloualy. ti.h -St. Paul Afrtcaa ,( dial KpUcopal Chureh la espaeted to go al any mo Beveral outbulldlnr^ beionmiu. to Heno Uouldy were ii.-ke.l up llke ao much paper. !"...m em at IfcKoe <'it\ were compel.ed to cul down their com to mvc whal Ihey i >uld. IT?e West Jeraey ? ;, | ,.] compan) aenl an extra traln from Mill vllle laat niglit and brought along ad thi ae tlon men they could nf. aioi.K the llne. and tought tha flre. nt MeKee <"m untll I ? m Peop> ,it r town are doiiiK al1 ln their powei lo changa (he course of tl.e llre In order lo aave their home*. l.ut ? - (he wind should ahlft there \r H:tte llke I !.! thal Ihey wlll accomplleh much, >. everythina rj I-. powder, nnd .park. ar.- rarrled 100 nnd t'ft yarda, thua maklna baok-flrlng uMleaa. Thla wiil ln ,i tjl-tjl,t of terror (or thoae who at" ln tha lii.e -.f tl.e ri-.. which '.tt aboul two ini.es irlde lt ia aatl Ited lhat the Ioh* air.-a.l\ wlll r.-.i 1. $7...""' M iv'a Landlng, N. I . Bepl 14 Th- foreat llre have reaehed Profeaaor Olfl t'.'- park woods, whlch are nnw In .. blan Oreal damage la probable. Bgg Harbor CltJT, ""'ept 14. -The foreal flre* are atin raKim; naar t:. * placa, Ml than Ma notboma ae much h-u1w.iv ....il-- I.y Ui- (l.in.a .m WM '-<ir.| last night. owing to ti.- barolc effortfl ..f the rolun teers in IlKiitii.K" the tlr.- Hand HOWOVM tM dM ger ls by no nu-aii.- paat, and tba I.ren.eii . oniitiue back-fiii*.g. Laal nlghl ti.e >.ig aawmlil ownnd bj Petar OobMiOO, toKether wlth ti ousands ..f feet of Maw.-'l tlrnt?-r, wa? entlrely .l.atroyel A large buildlng standing ln the Clty Park waa alao nw-dl lowed ..[. I.y ihe il imea, and odiern are In danger. Uuiilrela rt tnen are golng ?u* to flght the flre ln tha foreat among then. balng mnnj .".i" were out yeaterda) li.eie !?? hanl >? an ible-bodled man ln mi-. plaee rbo h_-. had anj - aop la forty-elght boura ..\.i one iiii:..Jr.-.| acrafl of foreat tlmoer wer.- deairoyed by m.- (it.- rince laal nigbt. The Ut.- Hlann ball ha- baan rtnglng all day long, and ihe <x. u.menl la great 1"j. (i date the flre* have thi* mimmrr .leatroyed near.v tM a.res of tlm ber l.iml. and about a tfe .I.,.. i acrao ot crant*.ny bogB TO GO TO AN ENGLISH DOCK. DEFINITI DBCIMOM IM IUBOARD TO THE INDIANA. THE < UAMI'S WII.I. NdT HISK Ttt_ B 4TTUBBM IP IN TIIK I.EKE.'TIVE I'i >liT lt"VAI. STRt'CTFHE BWCBfWTABX HEltiiKiirs vain PI.EAK. rBT TE1.EOUAPII T<< IHE TIlinrNB. | Wnshlngton. Sept. H. It haa heen d.llnltely de rid.-d thHt th- eountry's firat battle-shlp, the In? dlana, la to he doched In an Engllah port, leeretary Herbert'a pleas to the c,,ntrar> notwIthatandlfiL' This fact was relu.tantly admltted at the Navy DefMftaaeat to-day. This concluslon la Ihe reailt of a conference at the Department thla mornlng. at whlch the aubject of the Indlana'a docklng was dla cuaa.-d at U-ngth bv the 8ecr?-tary and (Iip shtp's l.cll.l. ra. the Cramps. As has been stnted In theae dlapalchea, Mr, Herbert |a much dlaturbed at th* prospect of the blg ahlp golng to an English dock. lle haa ol,aerved that popular sentlrpent |? opposed to sueh a plan and that Natlonal prlde ls trrltated at the idea that the veflsel cannot be doeked at hOBBa He has aought to Induc th" Cramps to send the ihlp to Port Hoyiil, but tbe company has not favored the pr*f*ramme and wlll not run the ri"k of putting tho v -Bflel in a dock the securlty of whtOh la questlonable. Yesterday the Hecr-tary Invited a member of the firm to come to Washlngton and talk over the altua? tlon. This mornlng Henry Cramp app-ared at the Navy Department. He and th- S<-. r-lary were In eonaultatlon for upward f.f nn hOUT, tbe docklng of tbe Indlana belng the BUbJOOt of the talk Tbe Beeretary endeavared to p4W~aade Mr cramp that the Port Royal dock was ln good condltlon and that H would be safe to put the Indlana ln How far the Seeretary went In hla own lntereata ls only a matter of oonjei ture, but as he has recently ahown much anxlety to save hlmself tbe humltlatlon of havlng th- |,ig shlp sent to a forelgn dock when a home dock ahould have been ready for her, It BeeUM safe to say that he dwelt at length on this feature of the case. Hut the Cramps are practleal buslness man. fntll the Indlana ls formally accepted by the Oovernment they are entlrely responslhle for her. Should an accldent occur to her through any cnuse, th" loaa WOUld fall upon <he company. not the >nvy i >? partment. Ther.fore no rlsks are a. visable .tne companv reasons.. The I'ort Royal dock may be ln falr condltlon In some reapects. but ln othera lt la I- fa ' re, B8 offlrlal reporta have siiown. The docK ha? been teated by the Amphltrite. a veeeel arelgh* ing leaa than four thouaand tons. but It naa noi been BUbleotad to a fltraln of over ten thouaand tons. aa the Indlana would make, and it 18 doubtfu. if lt COUld wlthstand lt. All the practleal QUMtlonfl ?f Becreuri Herbert'fl propoaitlon wera dlecuaaed at the meetlnc to-day. Mr. Cramp flr.atiy sald nat under the c.rcurnstance* he felt tbat he WOUM ba taklng ,i rlsk m docklni tha battie-sh p at Port Royal and lhat thia he COUld not afford to do. Ha.1 Ifaa be.ng ihe nearest porl where tbe rewel could aafely be repalrad, he declded tbat she would be taken there. Thla ended the controversy. and the wavyfl tlrst battle-shlp. "d.-slgm-i by Americana and bullt of domeBtl.; materlals by Americana, aa **eerelar> Herbert has boasted, '.vlll recelye her tlrst repelrfl In an Bnatlah dock becauae polltlcal conatderat -ns bave operated to brlng about delaya m rompb-ting the bome docks. . _ ._._. The Ihonini '.a bad for the present naval admlnls tratlon. Had tben been llaplayed a t-rmer .r,,nt the New-York dock would have been flnlah' 1 flOHM tlme ago. and had the conStrUCtlon work at I ort Royal been more thoroughly Inspected the baatn ut that statlon would be ln a condition to rece've tbe Indlana. As It is. the New-York dock ill behlnd and th* eontract may have to b* relet Tbe Port baaln wiu raqube repalra coatlna about J?.Q00 ? || fan be used. One practleal cona i.-ration wlth the Cramps was that If the Indlana .13 s-nt to Porl Roval th- underwritera- rates wpu.d be M heavy that'they < ould not be a.il.l eritbout Oov? ernment aaalatance. To a rucceetlon of the kind. Seeretary Herbert would not Itsten. Naturallj the cramps would not eaaume tbe lacraaaed ".xpense. The* lateflt report concernlng tbe Port Royal Dock la that the abutmenta at the op.nlug were worir. eaten ln pla.es. alihough the plllng ia not three yaara old. Now tbat the Cramps have made thelr declfllon not to take the Indlana there, the Nav>' Department wlll call upon the contractor to put the dock ln good condltlon. As a naval offlcer sald to day. the dock mav be ready for use by the time rtattle ihlpe Wo. o and No. ? are completed. rhe plnna of the?e two veaselB ha\*e not been prepared. ? ? ? EI-MATOB TT80X ELLLB B1BBBLF. BEICIOE OF A I-.MIMHK ( HIKF MAC.ISTHATE OF KEAI'IMi. I'ENN Readln*. I'enn.. Sept. 14 Kx-Mayor Henrv A Tyson ^.mmlited aulcide at hls home In thi* -Ity last nlght by ahootlng hlmself ln the head wlth a revorver. He waa Uaty-tbree years old an.l one of Readlng'a beal-taioarn citixen.*. Ia tbe laal few : yeara th,* ex-Mayor had tronble origii.ating in the Iom of hl* early "savlngs. but tbeafl dlrncultlee arere 1 i.ot of hla own creation. H* was the father or a. Harvey Tyson, arhoae Onanclal tranaacthma led to his arreet and bnpriaonment recently. ABBE8TED FOR AXXOJIXO WOBBX. TABBOBA SAYS ?? is A SKCitETAUY Of THK VENEZl EI.AN l.l'.lATION IN WASlIIMITON Albeito Fanbona, who aays that he la a m --retary of the Venezulean I.egatlon at Washlngton. W88 locked up ln UM W.-st Thlrtl-th-st. s'atlon last nlght charged by Pollc.-man Waleh wlth annoylng women at Twenty-thlrd-at and ieveath-ave. At the statlon Fanbona gave 1,1a addreaa as No. I.Ofl ' Connectlcut-a-e., Washlngton. D. C., nta l|4 U twenty-seven /.ars. and he aald tbal ba wa- rlett* ing frlenda a: No. ? Hast Bleventb-et. ______ ? - DIKD FBOM BER BUBX8 A I1IP.I. FATAI.I.Y INJVIUBD IN AN BXPUMIOM IN A B_toKBI_C8a I'uwr.Eit F.V'TOHY IN BAT , 'HKSTEK TWO OTHtata IKJUnJBD An .xplosloti of powder In the works of the Amer Ican Bmobeleaa Powder company at Bnycbeater yaaterday cauaed one death. and may raaull In an? other. Mary Searlng, fourteen yeara old. of W, st Cheater, one of th,- twa B*rla wiu. were la th- room when tbe explowloo aocurred, dled abool 1 p. m. at the Fnrdham Hospltal. Frank Wldner, the forennn. who was aiso taken to Pordham Hoapltal. waa lufferlng gi-atlc laal nlght He v ,.s burned aboul lh< fa - and handfl, and It Is thought may hav. Inhaled thi Hamea. IL* Ib belnn cloaely watched by the doctorfl. Hela twen? ty-flve vears old Uld llvefl at N 1. l?. Kast ()..,- inn dred-and-nlnth-flt. He haa a wlfe and three chlldren. Wldner was able to tell Dr. Bcotl a few detaiN of the affal.' as h" was b.-lng taken to tbe hospltal In the imbulance He aald tbe machlnery had been Btnpped because It had become overheated. Vlldner told the two glrla Mary H.-.irlng ani another. that they were not to atart the machlnery. They ,1.8 ... 1 hlm, and one pald for the eiror wltb her Mason K. Leonard. the lnventor of the powder, w.is alao ba Ily buriie 1 AXTOXIO EBBTA TO BTABT POB 8ALFADOB. HAS TOB A l.ON'1 TIMK BBBH PRBPARIKO TOB HIS AP.ItlVAl. ItEI.IKVI.'S TI1VT THE BOUMBRf ANU HAl.F-HitKl-:i,s WILL, Kl.o.'K TO HB1 BTAKDARD San Fran,lOCO, Bool 14 An evenlng paper says General Antonlo Baeta, late of ?alvador, has en aaaed a bortb on tbe ateaaaer Clty of Bydney, whlch aalla b?-n<-.' r.n Panama next Wedneaday, and tbal ne wiu probably land at aonpuaoa, Mexlco, from whlch point he contewnlatial ? deocenl upon the RepuMIc of ?alvador* and tba wraaUna of tbe eoun? try rrom tbe handa of Prealdeni Oulterrea lt is expecte.) thal I IB aoldieiv Witl des?rt the statldaid of Gulterrea and the rl >r ? trlbea ofhaif hreeda and Indlana under Heneral Ftlvaa wlll tlo.-k to Baeta'a ?tandard Oeneral Raeta baa foi weeaa been prepartng for hla .-ampalgn Oa nearly .very ateanier that Iihs ^one aouth from S.m Pranclaco for Halvador the <;? neral haa >????' paefc ,:?? of prlnted proclamatlona I,. the p> oi.le ..i io* . ountry Hbouf'l Baeta ci control ?f Balvador, he wlll ar dentb ad\.la llu propoaed c-ntral Amerlcan l'nlon, embraclna Nlcaragua, Ouatemala, Balvador and Honduraa BBOBOA 1/ rrZ._Hfi-V, ?//.'. BBBAOBD. Chlcata Bepl 11 Ti.. Bngngaanani ot aeoraai M. Pullman, |i , iba eldeei aon of deorfa m. Pullmaa l;, || v> Poiieitlfl Ogleaby, <>f Kikhaii. in.. is aa Bounoed Mlaa OBiesby rlalted Misa Ploranee Pull? man durlng ihe siinuner al l"ng Hran.h Sh* hai been .-ng.ige.l ro Mr. Pullmun a llttle leaa than a nionth. Miaa Qgleabj returned from I.ong llran'h AUfUfll '.'". and Mr I'ullman follow -1 b.-r B WW__ later, ll ls not known when Ihe weddlng wlll lake bn| ll 1- imderstood thnt it I* not to be a loni inaaBement mibs Onieeby is tha younajeal dauabter af "Uncle Meb" ogleaby, the beal ItnOWB ex-d.vernor of Illi Bhe is of medlum hel_lit. wlth cbeetnut hair and brown rv*. She has hern educaled by prlvate Inatru.inia and f?>r a tlme waa at school In Paris. Mr. Pullman waa educat*d ln th* Kfl?t and has been aoni* tlme wlth tbe Pullman Palnce Car 0888* pany. 0LUB8 MAY BE WATCHED. POLICE LIKBLT TO TAKE STEPS TO PRO ci'UK EVIDENCE. THB OIT. Ct-OB-g PLAN TO TK.MT THE EX<*IPE LAW ACTIOM <>v THB BSPOTK-JGhM CMIB to Ain the OMOOMMM -WAR OM EAKE CamVBB BVaVB. The expectatlon that the pollce wlll try to get evldenca .f the aale of llquor to-day In aome of the regular -luoa of the clty and make arreata to t.a: the rlght of a club to dl.penae lntoxicafing drlnk. on Sunday haa cauaed much uneaslnes. among the members of .ome of the club.. Hou.e . iinmitt.-.s were holdlng meetlngs at aeveral of th- clobrooma yesterday to determlne what OOUIM to tak" under the clrciim.tancea, and In a few cases It was dcided to close the club bar. to-day. Other club commlttee. declded to take precautlons to prevent policemen from gainlng ac-ess to the ulubrooma to-day. The Republlcan Club. at N >. IM Fifth-ave.. de? clded on Krlday to BOPPOfl th? P.dlce Commls Hloner.. and the foiiowing notlce was po.ted: Hv resolutlon of the Kxecutlvc Commlttee no vln ous'or aplrituou. llquor. wlll be .erved to member. on Sunday after to-day. The tuiperlntendent of the club aald ye.terday that the rule would M ob.erved strlctly, and one of the member. of the club sald to a Trlbune r.-porter; Wn feel tbat we should support the Pollce Com mlasionera in the .-ffort to atop the aale of llquor nn Bunday The regularlv lncorporated cluba of the clty have been regarded th?* aam-- as prlvate famlll*. ao far aa the use of wlnc-s and llquor. ln the hotl.e. ia concerned, but now thal llquor dealera and their cuatomora are formlnu club. for (he expn-s. pur poae ..f evadlng the exclaa law we thlnk It Is the duty of all good cltlzens to act ro as to aid the pollca in enforelng tl." law An eff >rt was made by s..me of the members of ! th?' ITnlon league Club to have action almilar to that taken by the Repuhlican Club. hut there waa not a quorum at a meetlng called for the purpoae, and actlon had to be delayed. It was .aid at the club that care would he taken not to admlt | Btrnngtrg to the clubhou.e to-day. ("ITY CLUB MAY MAKE A TEST CA8E. Member. of the City Club sald yesterday that there had been an arrangement whereby a pollce? man would be admltted to the club bar on Sun? day to get evldence and make an arre.t in order to make a taot oauM for the courts. The arre.t may be made either to-day or on some other day, wlth the underatanding that the case wlll be ?arrled to the Court of Appeal.. At the City Club, however. It wa. said by the supertntendent that there wa. no expeetathm of an arrest there to-day. tfembora Of the Manhattan Club have de nounctd the threatened actlon of the pollce a. a vlolatlon of club rlghts. They have received no? tlc.-s readlng as followa: The rlght of members to Introduce. vl.itor. on Sun days ls .UBpended untll further notlce. II -tnber. of the New Manhattan Athletlo Club have received notlce. that the club will be closed to all vlaltora on Sunday, and a number of other Cluba l.n tho dty have taken precautlons not to allow strangers to be admltted to the clubhouses to-day. DBCIBIOJfl IN POINT. As-lst.mt Dlstrict-Attorney Battle ye.terday quoted aom?> deoislons on the exclse qu-atlon bear? ing on th- aale of llquor by clubs. "011* case," he said. 'was that reported ln ilo New-York. the People against Anirewi. Andrew. was the stew nrd of an unincorporatcd club. and lu the C ub premises sold llquor. It was ahown that the club Oeneral Term rev*?r*i>d the dedalon. a. repfirted ln 50 Hearn. The caae waa taken to the Court of Appeala. and that body reversed the dedsi-m of the Oeneral Term. "AiMther case la reported in 33 New-_ ork Re porter lt ls the cane of the Paopla against Bram ley Tb- fncta we.'* slmllar to tbe Andrews case. except that the club was lncorporated. In this case Bradley waa cnvlcted. The Oeneral Term upheld th.> convlctloo." At I'lmer F'ark ye.terday Prenident Roo.evelt. of the Etoltce Hoard, said, wlth referenee to the en forcemenl of the .*x Ise law ln the cluba, that the Pollce Commlaalonera would try toenforee the law ln Flfth-ave as well aa ln the Bowery, an.l that th.- wealthleat club In IM dty would be watchel f.r vlolatlona of th- law aa if it were a f-aloon. VIOILANCE KOT TO Bl BBLAXID, "NotwItMtandlng that nearly all the aaloon keepers cloge their I'lii.va voluntariiy now on Bundaya and obay tbe law, the pollce wlll be Juat aa actlve and alert to-morrow a. ever." .aid Act? lng Chlef Conltn. "Wa win nol curb our efforto. There an* a certaln number of llquor-d-alers who atlll defy the pollce. and these are the men tO whom we wlll glve eapadal attentlon now. We wi'i gel tham Booner or later, and bring them to terma I bave inatructed the prcdnet oo_n? mandera to be eapeclally vlgllant to-morrow, and look out for attempta to evada tM law bv 80 calltd 'cluba.' 1 was informed durlng the week, thal i.ral rf theua faM cluM met in the back , iotna of certaln Uquor-atorea on the West Slde laat sunday and rlolatad the law. They had a charter whlch is an easy thlng to get, and they contended th.u they wora wlthin tM law. Bat thev only meat on Sunday for tha purpoae of drlnklng and hreaking the law. They are fake InatttuUona, and I am g ilng to atop them. "Th- drlnklng cluba Ipdudo the GHrder Clubs Soa i I I nnd 4, tha Trllbye, llarry Flve, Mnrta Antoinette, Soctnl Three. Our Club. the Orowlera, the Hlrachbeig Bodnl Club and a number that are named after saloonkeepera, and irhone meet Inaa are held In tba Mch r oma of their aaloona on Bundaya. Thera are about two hundred of them They arlll be trcated llke suloons to-mor? row to all Intenta and purpoaea, and the queation ..r their rlght to aell wlll be brought to n head at on e by tbe arre.t of their barkeej. rs or onduct ora whenever and wharaver a pollceman can get in to get a drlr.k." Mr Conlln would not say yesterday what steps the pollce mlght take to get evldence of the sale of limior in anv of the regular sodal <lubs. but he leclared that It was not the Intentton of the pollce to ni ike any senaatloMl *jre*ln nt^ .ueh clubs or to interfere uiululy with the nghta of club member..___^_ TIIE CBOLBBA SCARE ON THE PACIFIC. \". . SAII.IN"*-- I""? VANfOfVER F? >R ATSTRAI-TA lU'iHM*. OCTOBBB. Waahlngton. D. C Bept ii- The po.totn.e De partmenl haa isaued a notlce that the salllng of th. ?ti imer IVarrlmoo for AnatraM from Vancouver. H c vl i HonolulU. Hawali. has been caneelled. and thera'Wlll be no i-alllng from Vancouver for Aur-tra lla durli.K october. or unti: the cholen acure ,-ilmtea. _o>B R1TES AS A FBOPBLLIXO POWEB. MBMAOM 8BKT ACHOM THK Kll.l. VOU KII.I. BT a BBW HBTHOD. Dr J. Woo.lbrldge Havi. and Wllllam A Kddy a.-nt measenger booya a.-roaa the kiii von Kuii yeaterda) afternoon. The Kddy klte waa u.ed for un.tlve power. The klie ?(rlng wa. uttached to a |,t.,j. . tile-ahaped wooden buoy havlng a hole bored U, the rear and made watettlght. aa a re. eptacle for me.asages. The buoy tow. a Iln funnel havlng a large openlng foremrd and a nmall one aft, whlch acta na a drag when the wlnd la atrong. The Ilrat buoy reaehed a frelght ahlp off Port Hlchmond ln about ten mlnutea. The pas-tage wa. Icterfer.-.I wlth by a ateam launeh, whlch ptCMd up the meeaeneer, an.l after examining lt threw it OVerboard The (owing klte waa hix feet In dl.ime le. The neal bu ?*. ?.^ aenl ooi arltb i fourtean-tneb klte It itarted without th.- funnel drag and reaehed tha opposlta ahore, over half a mile away, ln three and one-half mlnutea. HE DBRTBB TBA OOLUMBtAB UBBBTt BKLL Chlcago. Sept. U.-The Columhlan Llberty B?ll, whlch I. un Ita way to Atlanta. and thence around (he world, wa. greeted yeaterday at varlous towna In llllnola by throngs of cltlzent* and .chool chil? dren. At Arr-nla a man named Matthew. created a 8881881 lOH bf hroshiiig through (he crowd and a(r,klng the lower nni three har.l t.iowa wlth a ?ledge hammer, muklng three .lent. In lt. He then ran back through tne crowd. Manager Knapp leaped from thi car and BUCceeded In fln.Ilng the man and havlng hlm arreated The I'nlted Btatea Marahal ha. been telegraphe.l for to take tha prlaoner to Sphngfleld. LONDON IN SEPTEMBER NOT EVEN THE VALKYKIK'B DEFEAT CAJB DIS8IPATE ITS EARLY AUTUMN LANOUOR. w ttm rataBIBal Ttpprna B*%WBm <->y rAV?nu_t POPYniOHT- POH8IBIMTY OK A ( < iMPROMIBa VNFAVi.RARl.E TO THE DMR .!> 8TATE* MOHE AROIT THE MONROE DOC"TRINB? TEMl'ERATE (OMIIENTS ON THE Ct.'P HACE8 ANTKIPATIONP OF AN? OTHER FNITED KTATEH ROND laai'E-aiR FRANK LAAKBBAAW TO SltCTEKD HIR EDWARD MAI.ET AT KEHI.IN THE HKITISdl A8SOCIATl"?N MEETINO - NEW I.IPE IN THE THEATREH .BT CABI.fl ro THI TfllBUXB.. rijjurrjna IBBBi By ih, r.-i'?i/.? AamwAnBtoo. London. Sept. H.-SIr Charles Tupper ia knoam in London aa a Canadlan Jlngo; hence hia bom baatle apeech at Toronto deetarlng that cana dlaiiH have * rlght to mlsgovern themaelvea If they choose In the m?tter nt <-opyriaht. as ln that of farlffs and everythitin elBe. la not taken eerl ously. Hls arrog-ant bearlng t<>ward the man of lettera who haa heen conferrlng wlth the Colo nial Offlce on the auhje*t. an i who deslrea to present the raae of the Hrltlsh autbora and pub llshers at Ottawa. Ia condemned as a breach of a-ond taate and common sens.*. If Mr. Hall Calno pays an early vlalt to Canada after hta arrlval ln New-York. lt wili be berause the Colonlal Offlce* has urged him to do so and has armed him. wlth lettera to the Oovcrnor-Oeneral Fot Sir Charles Tupper to proclaim in advance that ho ran have ofMclally nothlng to do wlth hlm or any other English author in allke premature and stupid Resldes, Slr Charlea. when he spoke. had not apparently received the rlght ciie from Mr. New combe, the Deputy MInlster of .lustice. who haa been dinlng wlth the Colonlal Seeretary ln Lon? don and suggeatlng rhange* In the propoaed, draft of a new Canadlan Copy rlght act. The text of the offlclal memorandum la not dlsciosed here, but It la not unllkely that It wlll b? a ompro mlae whlch wlll satisfy Ca.ia.iiana rather than Americana. It 1? not improbahle that the com promtae oontalna an a.ademlc aaaertioii of tho prlnclple of copyright, and then. ln practice, whlttlea It down and frlttera lt away ln lleene lng clauses in favor of Canadlan print.rs. Mr. Newcombe has not been idle ln London. Tha draft which he takee back wlth him. whiie pre? pared by the Colonlal Offl-e on Ilnea suggested by British authors. haa doubtless been altered materlally In the intereat of Canada. Slr Charlea Tupper may be read Ily re-onclled to it lf tho Canadlan pnnter.4 find that they oan make uaej of ll as a means of reachlng the Amerlcan market. The aubject ls attracting much attention hera, Henry Kleinau. who represents a great Krench publfshlng house in London. has wrltten a str,,ng letter t<> "Thf* Ttrnee." Klvina; warnlwr. that the concession. once ir.ade in favor of Canada, could not be wlthlield from Auetralla and other colonl*s, and that France, Germany and otber parties, to the Berne agreement would have just cause for complalnt ir partlal and one-elded exceptlona were IrrTrodueed. Me aaka In what po?ltion British authorn would be if auch Important bookmaklng centree ,,f Oermany as the Klngdoms of Saxony. Bavarla and Wur tembura- determlned t? ffao thems?lve? from th#> conventlon accepted at Bern.* fnr the whoie of Oermany. He predlcts that plracy wlll aoon agaln be the order of the day If Canada be ea cepted from the operatlon of t'nat conventlon, Slr Charles Tupper can reply that under the act of '67 Canada h*a a rlght to mlsgovern Iteelf, and by giving a years BOtlOB can withdraw from the Berne eonvent! ,n and legislate for Itself on' copyright. In theory he would be right. for In the Imperlal act C ipvright wa* not sp<"-:ned aa a aublect on whlch the Canadlan Parllament mlght not legislate, and the Berne conventlon haa been BCCOpted by the Domlnion. with tho provlso that it can withdraw on a year'a notlce.' In practice It wili be a bad precedent to allow Canada to drlve a coach and four through, the Berne envention for the aake of enabllng a few prlntlng houses of Toronto and Mmtreal to flood the Amerlcan market wlth eheap edttlona and thereby expoee the frien.ls ot .opyrlght ln the I'nlted States to a dangerous agitatton for the repeal of the present act Ambassador Bay ard ought to be instructed from Washlngton to aay aomething .-mphatic on the question. Two English Journai. have replied thla week ta The Tribuno's r008Bt artlcle on the Nicaragu* Canal and tba MonitM Doetltac. "The St. Jarree'a Oazette" eontandfl that Or at Britain ia an Anier I Ican as well as a European and Asiatic power. | and that Its oumin-rce glven tt a tltle to a ahara , in the management of any new wat< rways af the world. The Xicaragua Canal wlll unite the At? lantle and PactHc ,,,as:s of the British Einplrej the Weat Indies with tlie Eaat Indle^. and Eng land and Scotland wlth Vuatralla and Asia; hence that canal. aooordlss Ut this vl-w. stando on the aame level i_s the Suez Canal and muat not be allowed to pasa under the par.4tnount fin.tn lal or politlcal cntrol of a Blngle forelgn power. The para 11. I would seem almost too direof f r the English Jlngoea' purpoae, The Suez Canal Is vlrtually under the flmndal and politlcal con? trol of tha Oovernment artdeb garrlsona Egypt. England has assumed o\'er that canal parainonnt rlghts whlch "The Oazette" aaserta can never be axardaed bjr the i'nlted states on tba Araarkafl .-..ntlnent. "The Man hester ("ourler" alao takes a aimllaa llne ,.f cniinent, and referring to th* aeizure ol Oorlntd dedarea that L.ni Raaebar) <iid n<>t caro a brasa button about the Monroe Doctrine. andl that tlie Unlted Statea had s.-nse enough not to Interfeie. Mr. Cleveland an 1 Mr Bavaid do not 4*piii to have a;ic*eede.| m inspTIng reape. t fof the Monroe Doctrlna In Engi.n.d The publie dlscusslon of the Ameriea's Cup races ha* beeu temp.-rat.' in th- maln. The rlrst race was a< cepte.l generally by the press as a slgnal proof that the Defender was the bettef boat ln lltcht weatBJOr. The Valkyrie'* vlctory when aniiotinc.'d exc'.ted no feeling of exultatlon, sinc* the Defender had been crlpplei at tha start, yet had been defeated only by a nanow margtn. When ihe race was glven ;o the De? fender on ac*ount of foullng. llttle reacntment waa expreaaed by the leading Journala. I^ird Dunraven's .vlthdrawal flMM the thlrd race waa conimented npon by nearly all ua a necea aary result of the condltlona whlch are aa sume.l to have rendered a tru,? te?t of th* BBAWBTt ut ihe rlval .vaohta iinpo?alble. A larga majorlty <>f the wi'tcra. in, ludlng all falr-mlnded critlcB. adinlt that tlie Defender auffered aa much aa the Valkyrie froni the conduct of the ateam era, and that there was no ground for complalnt that any vessel Interfered Intentl inally. or that the commlttee was unfalr ln Its Judgments. Tbn maln contentlon la that I.ord Dtinraven waa Juatlfled In hla flrat demand that aome other courae ahould be selected bo aa to elude tha curloalty of slghtaeers. and tnat, po long as the Ran ly Hook courae la retained, nelther he nor any other Engllah yachtaman wlll agaln croaa the At? lantle In the hope of taklng back with hlm tbe Amertca'B Cup. Tba technlcal objection la alaa.