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HI Idtlcit Molfcrrtnlnw to Glad Lily Qroy
Ikei London flulmnnll About loflavo her
1 Illllan Iko Tronbleof8alB for a Bepdrn
r ton from Ikn Little Composer
q LONDON Sept 23 Edward Solomon tim
I American composer and husband of Lillian
Itusvll was arrested in this city today on I
Charge of bigamy preferred by his first wife
Lily Oroy who avert that ho was novor legally
t oparatad from hor He was remanded for
trial bal being BubsoQtiontly accepted in two
sureties of 12G ouch The plaintiffs mother
I d estlflou that her daughter married Solomon
r 1 1873 and was deserted by him In 1875
Lawyer Abo Hummel who was counsel for
both Ed Solomon and Lillian Russell express
ed surprise last night that the little composnr
who married tho fair Lillian in Now Jersey
last year should hnvo been arrested on the
charge of bigamy by tho English authorities
Tho English courts surely cannot hold
him Lawyer Hummel said In tim first
placo tho complainant hasnt any witnesses
1 5 ovor tboro of Solomons marriage t Lillian
and In the second place ho couldnt b hold
even I tho witnesses woro there because tho
Alleged bigamy was committed In New Jorsoy
If tho charge Is truo tho only way Solomon
could bo punished would b for Lily Qroy to
come to America and prosocuto him in tho
courts of New Jersey
I was well known said Mr ilummel
that alter Lillian went to London with Sol
omon they lived together tboro as man and
wife Lily Orey did not bring any proceed
ings against Solomon then for abandonment
which aim could havo done had she chosen As
t Solomons marriage to Lillian that up
pearod to be all right and legal at tho time be
cause Solomon declared that ho had never mar
ried Lily Qrey and had no wife living
Mrs Cynthia Leonard the mother Lillian
BuDsell Solomon spoke with considerable vim
of Solomons arrest as sho eat rocking herself
surrounded by fashionable furnishing and
brlcftbrao in her home at 52 East Ninth street
Im glad that mans arrested sho ex
claimed I serves him right Ho wont find
any other woman to support him again in a
hurry Whon Lillian married him sho know
that ho bad lived with both Lily Grey and Edith
4 fl Bland but ho swore to Lillian that ho had
Deer married either of them and sho believed
lieved him Tho marriage in Now Jersey
was directly against my own wishes
and I am not surprised that I wasnt a happy
onn Lillian got tired of Holomon alter she Find
been a month in London with him and she
Would have got away from him Ihnn only shu
couldnt Ho kept too strong a hold of her
salary Thai would have parted long ago but
I tor that Joruoy marriage That kept them to
gether a little whllo longer The proceeding
I brought by Lily Uroy will bo a wOhme ono to
I lan because It will Rave hor tho trouble of
h bringing similar proceedings against Solomon
I i ii If1
J Il The departure of Solomon for London last I
mouth and iLlllians departure for tho 1acinc i
lope at the annie time was accepted In the
t atrical circles nn convincing evidence that
ai there had been a gonulno quarrol botwoen the
1 two Lillian took her baby and a maid with I
I her and the baby and maid and Lillian aro all
1 three now stopping at Baldwins Hotel in Ban
1 Frunclsco wbnre Lillian is playing an engage
I mont with Duffs Opeta Company in Baldwins
k Theatre
i Holomon was In a tight fix when ho left Ho
I told bin Irlands at partIng that ho was down
I I hearted and discouraged and was going back
If to tho old country to try und mend his for
tune When Holomon first camo to A
In 1882 ho brought Edith Bland with him Ho
introduced her as his wife In theatrical circles
8he was six feat tall and heavily built and a
curious contrast to the little compofior when
U the two promenaded the street They quar
yelled and parted after living together about
4 two months
Directly after Solomon married Lillian the
t London paner of which his old playwright part
6 ner Stephens Is editor declared that Solomon
was tt bigamist and that he had a wife living In
London Solomon and Stephens hud had a bit
te quarrel just before this and Stephens re
r I peated the bigamy charge in print several
times It was known a the time that Lily Orey
was tho woman Stephens reforred to a the
English wife of tho little composer Solomon
never paid any attention to tho attacks of the
paper and told Lillian that they ware unfound
ed and prompted by malice
A rocont number of tho San Francisco Utaont
I ci contains an interview with Lillian Ilussell
f says
Ills Run pok very kindly of her huiband Ed
ward Solomon the composer and of whatever may
lie behind the noenes th public will b none Ihe
wiser from the lip or Ibe persevering little lady who
ban won uch popular favor in New Yon
I IB I fctranBe uirgcgted the reporter that son and
1 Mr rtolomon should seek such dlstaut point to pursue
your profession
Ye II Ii etrangA and non the less hard lo bear
responded Mill Ituvsell pleaantly but he I can do so
much bnlter In Kngland tie native home und I am v erv
fond uf the American people axd so deuce tu accom
plish mor than I have nlread done before leaving tnl I
country Mr Solomon pleuded with me 10 aceouii any
him to England but I knew I was best for me tu remain
> here and reluctantly bade him gondb Have 1 heard
of hI piores r Ye Indeed I for In nan sent me lol nf
cablegrams and all om to Indicate his tuccesa Ill
failure I In New York was due to the librettos for very
h one praised his music and I feel conflitent that he l
1 find nomelhlng In Uiuland suite to hilt wnnt
I lud Iv you not been tomewhat unfortunate during
q Ih Yee I have just played In one of Hosts pieces and
It was worse than nothing Then too hint I management
wCimed U into no end of rouble 1 really believe I I
Hess Is out of his head He had no moniy was overrun
with debt and concocted 1 ol ol Impracticable
cheine It was hU smooth agreeable talk ouR pleas
ant mnuners his eug entlon 01 glowing enterprise ap 1
parently sound in principle and 1 well supported finan
cially that Induced niv atfent to lgn I cuutrnot with
blm 11 Is Hght ty I know for nu man In tile full poe
eskion of tile mental fiirultles roulil have acteil a he
did wlttl I me We Imvtt u delightful company now and
It eeeme just l Ilka a huppj family cTI rnr f not the
jarring so frequently prcseut II In opera compaiilca although
1 J T clef
though I I think amomr real article there Is seldom any
of thai I Is I only I when amateur and professional
conflict that so much hat I 1 t unpleasant arise 1 This
rendition of The Mlknlu Is I n Ithout exception the best
over put on the stage for although I that given under
1r DoJ h In Now York ol very KnglUh still
the people weru provincial and not selected from IhS
best talent In London cud II wa dua to the authors el
forte and he ii 1 certalnlv a master that I succeeded
Th American public I too getmeruum with time Knghsh
whilfl wo rcelve a very dlflerenl reception acros the
ocean They dont waul us and It t due entirely to
Brofesluiinl merit Hint Miu ever gain I popularity there
II lr
When they hlssud inn r my first api enrancc 1 drier
mined to stay there until r had won their favor I
worked peri > ovcrlngly und It wu not long before their
blues were turned to iiiis lie I consider them quite
a critical n a New York nildlelic and one must always
I 0 o her best to please Ours Is I going to Iii a beautiful pro
duction of Molanthe1 nnd U will iilve 1o Serum such
I a plenilld opportunity I tn display her natural atlrac
f lions which are i > m < inhkt hidden rlnh Tin Mlkadn1
I bearinl Ulan 1 lluiiell then excused herielf to appear In ro
11110 list appearlrir here she has mad a decided till
a UaMI In the llrite > nf r < iizuc > nl the old Metro
I politan Thentre In New York which wee followed bv a
uoceMful engagement with XcOaull at the Illjon After
title she went to ChlcHgi and spent a veer with I her I
mother anil then again went quietly I to New York ap
0 pearing at the Hllon in Patience with Edward Teitiple
a tiunMnrneaiid John 1 Nnsh now wllti Iho Dull cord
I POnY a the I otorI Dmrltumr I this enmgemenl she was
ndered an ovation nnd pretty Lillian Hussell was lime I
admired of 1 admirers the young utica of the city
howerlng all sorts of alontlins upon her In IIS she
went to Europe and enjo > ed n kurcteitulieason of two
I ar IW r
years returmM last war with the exception I of her
ongagemuul under I 1 > HeM shu has been remarkably
g Hooetlltil I tine is I attractive I pel levering aud beautiful
h V
I Tb Rev J W Smith pastor of the Methodist
1 Episcopal church at IJVT Point Dutch is county died
In Wedneilay aged ahnitt 0 year I had bon a
nemberot the New York Conference since Bi9
Dr John 8 Iimr > oti M ear of age and a rromlnenl
physician died suUiil In Ljnn hls yesterday af
ter a short Illneta Ilena surgeon of 0 A I polls of
thatclhy lie served In the Ninth and 1 Eighteenth 1 ew
Hampshire llmrlments during Ihe war
Jared Porter of lit e hat imiiufnrtiiring firm nf 1ortrr
Orotul A llcxtgklii > oii Itch nn Wlndr ulglii at lute
bom In Orange N J lug d 1 U > enr
MrsNargarellaltortilliNlchol wife nf quaraniln
Commltloiier A Nichols died ttiililcnlv eslerday
naornliu at 117tllnton iii dub llrookn > Ire Nichols
was formerly 1resldontot Ihe Hielttrliu Arnt > > ursi < ry
Col H W Alxinder aweMknnnn Noitthern Jnnrtial
1st died at his home In Marietta ta j estenln after a
lingering Illness Me wns the most fauibiit of > rtlurn
war corrtsponileiite uiit had I Leen u dlillncuUliod
lournatlil since Ihn <
The Her WlllUm T r ltrt an Fplwoual loIn
InUorrlslown N J ulil Ustevenliu
Benjamin IV Allen t mlor niemi r of the whnltsae
liquor tlroi of I 1 Allen 1 Ir Hroiiwav died ca
Urday after a lingering lllnixs at the llotlnuu llouie
Indm lou
There be had lived fur eljllleeli yenrs He Km a mem
tier uf the New Knglaliil nuclei and of hue New Ale 11
dam Club lie sae a b t chslor rIme boly tsll be takon
for burial today 10 lluljoke Mate 1 I
William I Proctor n wholesale dealer In Cao at m
Broadway and w ho 1 110 been I resident ot thlscit for
four c ear died luddeiny of heart dIsuse In imis Uedal
the IC iramerey Iark 4 Hotel yesterday lie left a widow
and four children Tn body will be tate t do ur
burial to Wet ilrwier Mau
L VVDennlson the Inventor stud manufserurer dl4
oa tedned y uUhl at his summer resioriira I Marble
kaad The Ueoiiiion Manufarlurlnir Company built up
KkglwJ ft Mr UstiBlxm Is I clue of lb largest eonoerus In hew
rctnllur Cain at Murder Rceitllod by the
Vomk eif the Heupcclod Person
IltNSDALi N II Sept 23Tho death of
Estolla M hunter In Illnsdalo on Sept 21 re
vives interest In a peculiar case of murder
On Juno 351885 Charles E Hunter was found
lying beside his bod shot in tbo head and bo
died tho next day Ho had boon a hardwork
ing machinist had taken out sovoral patents
and at one time had boon an employing manu
facturer Ills wife by wasteful extravagance
caused his financial ruin and abetted by hot
relatives for several years had made his homo
a place of torment
On tho night ot the shooting sho testified
before the Coroners jury whon they wont
to bed Ibo to protect herself placed a loaded
revolver under hor pillow Her husband did
not know It was thor She supposed I wont
off as sho found him on tho floor shot Bho
could not explain what she was afraid of and
her statement made every ono believe that she
bad done tho shooting purposely
There had been much feeling between two
town officiate and in enlto of the testimony
pointing toM Iluntor tbo jury took no action
Thl County Prosecutor though notified did
nothing until on complaint of tho Selectmen
Mrs Hunter was arrested At her examination
potty feuds between the town officials devel
oped an Influence calculated to prevent a fair
Investigation Witnesses swore that tbe woman
bad threatened to kill her husband yot
on tho last day of tho examination tho
County rrosooutor twice tried to induce tho
Selectmen to let him quash tho case The ox
nmlnntlon finally resulted In her being held
for trial charged with murdnr On tho same
day tho Prosecutor and tho Justice petitioned
for her release on bail and she was soon re
leased Political Influence and the peculiar
state of things in the county made tbs rest
flier nnd last October the Grand Jury failed t
indict her
For some months Mrs Hunter has boon
closely watched by corUln parties and no ono
olie has been allowed to see her She com
plained of great mental fen and at length
suffered from nervous prostration death re
sulting from that cause and other complica
tions common to suoh cases DoubtlnsH several
that she
eral is dead persons breathe more freely now
Lord 8nllsbnr fnblnet Dlicusslna the
Irish Qlleetlou
LONDON Sept 23A committee of tho
Cabinet consisting of Lord Salisbury Lord
Itandolpb Churchill Sir Michael HlcksBcacb
Mr Matthews and Mr Smith discussed tho
Irish question for two hours today Unless
some unforeseen necessity arises Ibo Cabinet
will not meet again for several weeks Sir
Michael HlaksUcach will start for Ireland
early next week
Mr Olndstono will receive an Irish deputa
tion at Hawardon on Oct 17
The frfeinnnx Journal commenting on tho
MArquis of Hnllsburys speech at Ht Albans
yesterday says It should show the Irish farm
ers that under the guise of extending pennant
proprietorship in Ireland revealed a project
for driving tho tenants to purchase on the
landlords terms
Umteil Ireland says Tho Govornmontfl
present attitude leaves no mistake about a
complete chango from a policy of examination
and inquiry to a policy 01 sheer barbarity
Fortythroe Unlonuns Including Messrs
Bright Chamberlain Callings and Caine were
absent when the division was taken on Mr
PnrnoUfl bill None of thorn had paired
Lord Hnudolph Churchill will leave for a trip
on the Continent on Oct 1 returning to Enl
land a fortnight later
GEN nuoTirs nA7aI2TIfl1SLIW
Mia CkrlfJnrorth Marriage Greatly AXor
liaea her Finally
LONDON Sopt 2300n Booth of tho Sal
vation Army had an eye to business whon he
encouraged Ibo marriage of his son Balling ton
Booth to Miss Maude Chnrleswortb Miss
Cbarlesworth has a handsome fortune in re
version she being tho youngest daughter of
the Rev Samuel Charledworth who was for
many years rector of Llmuhouso parish Lon
don and Is now living In retirement in Brigh
ton completely crushed by his daughters
In an Interview with THE BUN correspondent
today Mr Edwnrd Oharlosworth Maudos un
cle and an eminent geologist said
Wo consider Mnude alliance l with tho
Booth family very degrading Our family have
always made good matches Tho Charlesworth
family support evangelism but draw the line
at tho Salvation Army agreeing with Lord
BlmttcBbury that the army Is an invention of
the devil Booth invited me to the wedding
but I didnt go bolnij dingusted with the whole
affair My brother Maudes father was equally
mortified and refused countenance tho mar
riage in any way
Samuel Charlosworth married his cousin a
lovely woman and extremely pious who is
now dead Ube ant In tho habit of taking her
young daughters to Salvation meetings but
she did not leer bar connection with tho
church Maud was also very pious and after
her mothers death which greatly saddened
her mind she joined the Salvation Army In
srlto of her fathers entreaties I loInf that
Maudes reversion will b sold or mortgaged to
lesson the Booths financial difficulties and
that Maude will by this means ultimately
como to want
Kngtuade Ioller In Egypt
LONDON Sept 23Nubar Pasha who was
specialty iittnmoned to London had a conference today
with Lord Salisbury to effect a settlement of Kgymian
quetlon which are becoming more prcMlng on ac
count of the renewal of the crlsla In eastern Europe
Ills bases of lh Hettlement will probably be the cnntln
uationbf the de fnctu Urltlsh protectorate over hg > pt
by the normal British army or occupation or even a i
draft upon Hrltlli loP lu Egypt order lo be pro
visionally maintained by apeclally raised Eg litian
troop with llrltlll nfllcers and lice HrltUh iorlllon
and obligations ton ard TIke > lobe upheld In accord
ance with lbs Cyprus treaty of alllanc
New from the Ilelemuered Explorer
ZANIIUII Sept 23Tho latest advices from
the Interior uf Africa coy that 1r Junker the explorer
was at Msalala south of Victoria Nyanzn Mid was about
to atari for Zanzibar Kmln Buy was atill at Wadely
and vra In urgent need of ammunition and supplies
The King of Uganda had foully murdered all the con
verts nf the Knglmh tnt yrench missionaries and the
uilulonirlesttere In fcriat peril and Implored assistance
Voice sept 31 Kmlr Hoy the llovornor of Knyiit
equatorial province with IMKJO Kgvptlaii i Ii I holding
wodytv Cory tithe nll of tlondokoro agalusl a hos
tile chief He urgently ask Hint piuvliou be lent to
him If posilMe
1ubllc Men on Plenenro Tour
LONDON fiopt 31 MlnUtor Phelps Is mak
ing a pleasure tour of Scotland and Senator Butler of
South Carolina ana Judge John l > avl 1ratt are doing
sir Havill CroHaley Ur William Oeorge Cave dlob
Uentlnck and thirty other member uf the lou of
Commons will take burlh In the eteatner departing
for New o ilIrk week and neil 1111
Fining Memliere or the Ilelekiln I
BEBLIN Sept 23Tho last of the suits
against member nf lime Kelcbstag n ho In the abiouc
of pay accepted fee from their arty t wa derided at
Breelau today herr Krniker a rtnciallst was con
demned lu pay to the lioveriunent IWil I mwrks U was
agreed lo hare lime amount hltd above IthoI marn
as 10 enable him 10 appeal lo the highest tribunal al
Lelpilg for a reversal of the lenience
Victim orckolern
LONDON Sept 2310 Italy since the last re I
port twentyfive persons have 1 died from cholera and
twenty eight new case have been reported The Aus
trian cholera return are TrIed four new case and
oua death Iesth lhlrtv lx new races and nineteen
death two deaths in ulher Infected illiirlci MVen mw case and
Arrtattoar NpanUk I llcbota
MADRID Sept 23Gen Vlllacampa the
leader of lit Sunday Insurrection ha been arrested
I sac found concealed In a mill near Uohlela HIT
entythree of the I Insurgents who have been hunted
down II in different wl of time kingdom by tile I loyal
troop arrived a prisoners In Madrid this morning
Uulinrlt Asks Turkey Aid
SOFIA Sort 23The Government has sont
Madjlil Iaiha the Turkish delegate la Constantinople
lo ak Turkey to Interi eec If Itnssla occiules Iiulgtrla
MEIIA Siiit 23It li I rrpoilil that In 1 dtterenie lo
Hungarian opinion frluce nismarck al modifying liii
action toward llusila
American Ordered la IeitTo OerBsnuyl
BERLIN Sept 23Two American citizens of
German birth reamed SclimlJl and Stuhr who hive
ben spending several west on a visit to their old
Inn In llouictn nave been ordered by Uu Uovtra
steal to leave the chopIn by Oct t
Ea d of the Siorcvt Halo War
BxnuK Sept 2STbo uteerago rate war b
twen Atlantic lianiihlp tompanles II i boll lo nl
11cc rHUIt line hIarucIpathici lu i b hag arranged a ball cut
A nBCElrlN tro tiia nvitoicn AND
ONBl or run MA 1LU IrJcR
Ilont H > rm HUH frcfere the Enalisk Tnckto
lie Think Our Future floats will Far
Ualeeill the Mssiflonrer Teda > Itnce
JlAnntEiiKAD Sept 23The reception this
evening at the Eastern Yacht Club house to
don Tatno owner and Edward Barents de
signer of the sloop yacht Mayflower was on
joyablo About noon Commodore Hovoy on
board tho Fortuna gave orders to all tho yachts
to array themselves In holiday attIre The or
der was promptly obeyed and from noon until
3 P M the yachts lay at anchor their pretty
regalia drooping In the pouring rain Gen
Paine and Mr Burgess arrived at tho olub
houso early In the afternoon whore they re
ceived the congratulations of a largo number
of friends prominent among whom woro Lieut
and Mrs norm of tho Galatea At half past C
oclock 200 guests sat down to tho banQuot In
the dining room which won splendidly I deco
rated There wero no toasts and tho evening
was spent informally
I Is intended to sail the race between the
Mayflower anil Oalatoa tomorrow I the
weather U I favorablo I tho weather I clear
and tho wind oil shore tho contest will surely
take place
Among the yachts in tho harbor aro the Gal
aloa Mayflower Oltana Mohican Fortuna I
Fearless Tloga Ambassadress Shona Prtn
Ann A T1l Al ttn T A A 1 > lot > T 1 A 1 411
WDD au4a aJyua 101117 uuu ru stuIr
It ceased raining tonight in tlmo for the
burning of several Immense bonfires on tie
headlands of tho harbor anti fora general il
lumination of the yachts at anchor
Lieut Ilonn said to a Italia reporter I am
perfectly satisfied that I have no chance with
the Mayflower in any breeze in which sho can
curry her topsail and I want to soo what wd
cal do with her when we come down to three
lower sells I did not bnv much hope of boat
Ing the Mayflower In light weather The May
flower carries 9000 feet of canvas to my 7100
Tim Mayflower has only 110 tons of displace
ment wnlln the Onlnton displaces 154 tons
consequently I hnvo only novonnlntho tho
power and have to displace once and a half M
much water an she docs So It stands to reason
that I cannot boat hor In Ilirht weather I am
convinced of that but what I want to sea Is
what she will do In a breeze 1 think that tho
Mnyflowtir will havo to shorten nail boforo lha
Ualaten does and that I can carry working top
sell when she will have to coma down to her
threo lower sallti In that cnae wo will bo morn
on an equality as regards driving power I I
cannot win tItan I cannot win nt nil
Thnt Is why I wanted to race to Bermuda
Your sloops are lino vissolf but I do not think
they can carry their enormous nprend of can
vas In ucnnn cruising I think they would have
to shorten their eraro They would then be
very able vessels and I would bo carrying tho
s itiiH Canvas as they
Do you mink tho centreboard will gain In
favor In Knglnnd after the 1 racBt V m
I to that You hnvo lonrnnd
cantsiiy us Ihat < a
lot from us In the last tw l roars I ono of our
crack cutters hnd come over hero quietly a
year before tho Uonpsta cnmo shu could hnvu
taken thu cup without a doubt Hut thoro
was a yeAr s duluy while the matter
wail being talked over and before thu le
noHtn came you had built tho Puritan You
got Ideas from our rig and method ot ballnpt
Ins and I hone I Item lot Hoinogood Idons
from tour yachts I l had known that tho
loinstn would challenge for tht1 cut probnbly
the Onlnton would novor hn > u boon built I
should not have built about so much Ik tInt
lonosta for the Hnmo purpoHe I I were build
Ing ono now I should muko her two foot nod
six Inches wider than the Ualuton I am find
to sea that Mr Hull has challenged for hip cup
Mr Hell U a linn yicntnirinn Ho Is a llrm bo
Ilivor In Watson and Watson will probably do
sign tho boat nnt
low do you think the Galatea compares
with tho other EnglUh cutters this year
There Is a groat d1 l of mlsundorstandlng
about that matter Peoplo say to mn Tho
little Clara beSts the controlioards and why
cOlt your bOlt Thoyfoicet that tho smaller
bon Is proportionately much deoii < > rnnd ciirrl a
much more tutU In proportion than tho Inrvr
vesuol ThoClnra a d 1 pth which enables
bur 10 cope with hor ountrobonrd rivals vhllo
thu Qalntea Is more at a dlsadvantRgo against
tho deep ccntrobonrda of bur compitltori1
Thoro Is no cntrenoarl which could null
with tho Qnlnton In the light weather that wo
have bad l Irttx could not do It I the Irox
could bnstud would blil a bree o of wind
When the Qnlntaa was built her keel was cast
very badly Her keel Is I a hollow trough Into
which the load was run Hut the lower part
was filled with pigs of lead thrown in cold with
the expectation that the hot lend would run
about them and 1111 up all the crevices Hit It i
did not do this and the lead keel was solid on
top while U was much honeycombed blow
Our ship had I largo tail titan and did
well enough In light weather but when It
came to a blow she would lie on her side and
do nothing So her spars > ware reduced but
we got no satisfaction till she was laid up for
tho winter and then wo found out the trouble
Tho interstices of the kool were Illlnd with
water nnd wa pumped out nearly three tons of
It from the lower part of the kite The keel
was cast over again and now the top of It Is a
foot lower thnn it was before
Will yon rnco the Galatoa In England whon
you return
I hnve not decided what I shall do You
know Mrs Ilonn and mysolf Ihe aboard our
vncht It does not mater much where wa nn
vcht shall certainly hot nice in England
There Is certainly no fun In it you know I
his become nluloat a profession sod one his
to look after every little point to win tho rnco
Then there are so many of them The racing I
season brains about the first of June and title
about thoVStli of August The race nro nil laid
out beforehand and In these three months I
them nro about forty races which nil racing
yachts nro nxDRoted to attend Forty races in I
ninety days Is rather too much you know
Then outside of thus rncni tho yachts have tn
sail some 1700 or lSUD miles from one
port to another so I Is nothing but
work all the time Thin owners sire never
aboard but tnko the train from ono port to
nnothor and tomo of them do not go on
their yachts oven In tho races Tiitn you
have lo ship a racing crow nnd they complain
If you miss one race as they think they loso 1
chance for their prtoa mother Altogether It
has coma to bn too mudi n a bnaineH anti few
yachts race nowadayH The Irox iud Mariorlo
are about tho only cites and thoy have done
about squally well this your Tha Marjorle his
won nineteen pnzos And the Irex twenty II I
romenibur rightly
Llnut Honti was naked what ho thought of
the hct English yachts as compared with tho Amer
Woll sold ho I prefer our ships You
MU vrn try to combine 00 mntiv ndvntitaceH
First of all a yacht rust ho absolutely uncap
sizable hardly 1 dAY his IIUNSIH t alnco 1 have
boon horn Unit some yncnti hiuo not din
sIzed You never hour that In Englniid
No ono would atop aboard 1 boat unls ho
wn perfectly euro aba would not 10sl7 Then
1 try to mntn their accommodations an good
HH wo can Tho Inlnton Is not so wide ni the
Mayflower but she is much deeper We have
more mmco lictweon clucks than the Mnyfloner
has It his been saul thatourroom Is nonce as
tho ciutorn lieeUo much but I do not think thnt
tho Inhales heels as much as the Mm flower
In I breeze We try to combine nil these things
with speed and wo have succeeded toerably
well If our rule dlil not tax boom so much I
should like to build a wider cutter and then
Him would bo utmost perfect to my intuit I
have fought agnlnst this rule all along Tlnro
Is no use In building a wide cutter In England
for racing for Him would be bAdly bnnten
by the allownnce I have hope of change In
this mnttorntidthcuwiisliallbulldbctteriihlpi
The Americans have made grunt progress In
the pan row f years and the Purttin and Mutt
flower 11141 lou vessels Hut they nro only the
boalnntrl 01 atypuntid tho noxt ono that you
buIld will bent them bnilly I hnvn nn den thnt
you will build keel l yachts that will boat them
before long
I wish one of your boats would como across
and mill agaInst solos of our yachts Centra
boards are not nllnwed tn regattas by our ritles
but them are the llrantons Reef and Cape May
challenge cups which art sailed tor without
tIme allowance and 1 Iiave no doubt Mho would
tmo plenty of chances to race There U no
doubt aba would b well received ovor there
nnd tho English yaOttsinnti would do nil In
thilr power to make the trip a ideasniii ono
I all over to take tho cup If 1 could ho
concluded all lo learn something ont have a
good tlnis nt any rain I havent got tlm cup
but I think that I hnvo learned I good deal
and I know that I have hail a good time
JL Alsilue < Blenurl n
LKWISTON Me Kept 23 Undo Jotham
Johnson was loJ jenre ot ago yeeterdsy When
asked when tie I was tiorn he ret lied i 8efi 20 ITHInu
MislcboTls lilitnd llnrriwrll My falheri haute wai
Jonlhn JUhllusuOl enui lute the aln ittua was
Miriuet iluulit My fattier luuk lIla 10 time 1kI
log at tile lyeora llth purull Celood mn
til I w as oll yea 010 u
AI one 110 lie rult 31 cnnb nff Newfoundland
In I l2h was drafted for lite United male Army and
stationed at itarteweli > Ilo saw the naval enuagemslit
between Ihe hour nnd ha Kuterprlse lie live with
hIs eon iiliam II Johntou who I i 1 > sare old sits
grandson llorstio Jolinwo 43 old and blue
InnI UouluJulnlt 4 year nl4 > great
crandaou Kali h Juhutou 1 rears old lives wilts 10
A Deeatar Appalaleid for tho Charter Oak
Compeiir In Ibis City
When a foreign company doing business
and holding propeity In this State falls It becomes
comes the duty of the AttornoyGonoral of tho
State to tako immodlato action for tho protec
tion of the creditors in general This ho does
by beginning a suit In tho name of the people
and asking for tho appointment of a receiver
News of tho failure of thin Charter Oak Life In
surance Company of Hartford was brought to
AttorneyGeneral OBrien on Wednesday and
he at once took tho necessary stops Ills as
sistant John W Hogan applied to Judgo
Andrews In Supremo Court Chambers yester
day for tho appointment of a receiver ot
tho property ot tho company In this
State and Oon Lull Fitzgerald of the Mar
cantllo Trust Company was appointed Tbo
appointment was by mutual consent Oon
Fitzgerald Is empowered to take charge of all
tho companys property In this State and all
funds aro to b deposited with the United
States Trust Company Tho rooohors bonds
worn fixed at 50000 nod It Is I expected that
he will file them this morning
Too compnny owns 800000 worth of real
estate In this city consisting of 111 and IM
Broadway 1012 1410 and IB Crosby street
and 29 and i 31 i Howard Ott This Is nil lie
property known to bo In the State It had
ovor 100000 In a bank here but that has dis <
appeared No property belonging to Mr liar
tholomow hiss been found hero
At the olllco of tho Charter Oak Company in
this city no now facts relative to the affairs of
Mr Dartholomow or the company wore dovol
oped So far as cnn bo learned Mr Hurtholo
mow had no buslncfm connections of Impor
tnnco In this city It wits printed yesterday
that Mr Hnrtholomew vas a blothorlnlow or
Mr Cyrus W Field This U I not the fact The
wives or tho two men are cousins
Mr R D HchuylAr who founded the Bcltuylor
Electric Light Company 41 Broadway of
which Hartholomow Is 1resldont sold last
night that hl didnt know exactly how much
the company had been hurt by UtirtholoniowB
dnwnfnll r Mr Itnrtholomow acted na our
banker added Mr Sclmyler and when
ever tint company wanted money he
took tll t paper and disposed of it
Mr Bartholomew also bad tho right to issue
paper for ibo company and mice loner on I
I do not want to believe that hn has done this
to the Injury of tho company > I ho has there Is
no tolling how much tho company IH Involved
I understand that the directors of tho com
pnny mndo arrangements today to go abend
In nnyovont Tim cn > ltal lock ol tho com
pany is I 200000 und I wu told ennui time ago
that It hnd n surplus of J2WOOO On Investi
gation since then I was unable to find ally Hitch
surplus Iorxonntly I shall loso ury Ill
by Mr Dnrthoiomnwri course as of late I
hnvn curtnllod toy Inlurost In the company
I bollovotbo capital stork Is intact Mr liar
tholomew was a kindly old uetitumnn nnd I
cannot undurHtnnd Imw < became Involved
excopt through illsiHlroua luvustmiiitn In
Southern railroad propeity I do not know
whore ho Is
Humoiii > Sopt 23Thu preliminary l > pro
ceedings were tnkon this morning In thn I Pro
bate Court ou motion nl too 1lnfilx National
Balk which I lifts I claim of t 1IIOIX to put
< leorgo M llnrlholotnpw in liisohnney Under
tho law sl Ix dave nrH allowed The Court hired
next Wednesday for action This Is done to
dl Hoho proli > rnnees nnd nttnchinentn <
ItoportH rllCllnt thitt a large
niuount of tho llolvoko Wntor Iower Conipii
nyH pnpor wits out In eonnectloti with tho Har
tholomow nlln I r Tho company has hut ono
PltCtt of pnuor > out nnd that IK I provided for
Hnrlholomtiw maul iinuuthorlred lonns from
tie comiinnyb funds but tlm0 urn soeured by
collateral and ainouut In nil to only a part of
tIme concerns Inrgo Hiirplm
Ooorge W Bartholomew a son of tho do
fnultor Is on the verge of bankruptcy nnd
hiM HUHimnsIon Is exp > ctnd very shortly Ills
notes havo boon protested na lio Is unnble to
moot thorn ills father had endorsed heavily
for him Tho recehor of tile Charter Unk
Company will ICklu work nt once nnd more
revolutions lure oxpeatod HiiBltmiH circles are
lu pectnil nn excIted state and failures may be ox
IltovjiiEMT Sept 23 Providence bnnks
hold llnitholomew 8 paper ns fidlmvA r > Com
morrliil Nntlonnl 15000 Second NatIonal
sill 000
BiTiMifiiLi Kept iiII la I now said that
Inrtholoniu j Indebtedness to time Ilnlyoko
Water Iowor Cottupiny will niuount to laooOUd
This ninoitnt Is bl vod t bi > amply secured
Mr Htcbblns says tlint oven If the Hum should
nroto u totnl los thn vnluu of the Block would
not IB ntlintod nnd thnt there is 1 no reiion
why paid the previously dividends should not be eouil I to thoao
MeGIUlcimdVe Ineeceaor
WASHISOTON Bupt 23Col hugh D I Galla
gher ot Irccnshurgh Ind was opimlnled today Cs In
dian Agent at 1 the Tine Itldg Agency Dakolv Thi la I
the agency where Agent T Mcnilllcaldy drew furs
Tao two ration Co 24 more Indian Ihnn could
be found when the ccnsni was taken ills su < > ceor
tnpt Hell of the army took the agency on tho 17lh of
May I last cod went on ilrnwlng Ihe mine imnt r nf ra
tions lIe Mcdllllcinldy hnd done I uai onlcrt 1 lo
tnke a celKits at U hunt discovered just low innnv < In
dlaiu hare were at tin nceucy This no nvc the
lnll I I in iinm > eel ttia lnulhh namr of ever Indinti I nnd
told hii ago toil whithcl i he Is I nmrrlod or single I file
Indian CominlMsloner IK I rulct > nt In rignrd to what ao
tlnn can Irrcgularltif he lekon to punluli Uctllltluuddy for lull alleged
HurYlvure oTn Wrecked Hekoonnr
ST Jons r H Popt 23The survivors of
the schooner Itoxill i I which woe wrecked on the IntO
Jag from n < utoii tu HI Jon arrived here last I night
Their 11 are n 1111 of Urulios The iiixht 01 the
wreck thn i esiel 1 strut k at hut boa of a fron nine clIU
Itxi feet liUh The Ma washed coiniiletely over time
khlp Ihu mnsli were curritd neny a id tile men found
lIlChlue ltd > In the wntir mirronidvd by 55 urrckn VMI
limn KoliMvr i < f lifoluS ilk N H wnrf oil tuck iuv I a Nimr >
ml lull sank The rcuuumumim I imz ihre aftir aili nieiiilc 1 strnn
gU1 treadled the tko Iho 1 limit a rtrki l niarlncrn
lumred l > Into tin1 i wood uuiI I ufirr man r hour I renchcd
a suttlemiut where ISiy fuund food ami I hole
Yale lllc FlrehniPM Clns 1
Ilrvv HAVKK fIt 23 Yales now freshmen
class In I much larger limn last years line hundred and
sixtythree lucre I rclu tel for work alremly nrd twelve
more are elutcled liefore Hnlnrilny lo nljlit the 4Ot1io
not are thnwlng oiipof Ihrin nrotind 1 the I city find
entlm slIpper ut tliiireK I > clie lilt l no hnlng i lioln
doiii ir oniiitfit loilMt ittol I rti > 1imi Dwuht
matte lull first t < rn > er IIH Imtilent lha I work uf tlia
term doc not heiiln until 1I I iruv
Neier lliilltlorrn In AVIscoualn
MAPISUN WIs Sept IA suvoro hailstorm
visited this city ill I t nnrniug The torin vri acron
panlcJ by hrnvy thunder and Hrhtilni I An inormoii
Hiiioiint ii u1 glm vvn urn No i ntifr eloa Inllelo
WIIM doue cxt1 pt to tref I nnd 111 tu1 11 1
Soinu of tlio hailstones H li lei I imp I > ut Ihu Wnlturn Ob
Hervuiorv matnreit ntt iicliui III cirviimfireiifc IItin
drediof Mrdsworeklllrd
Wrrkwtl on JHxlo Isitnd
Mobile Sdfut 2JTll3 niorainK tho Amorl
Cdii Kiltoonir ilano rnirn with coil I ivtnt iilrr < on
IMxl ttlniul off Mio fiitrnuce Ii t JloMle Ha ThriiiHto 1
collie n tiore for atci l taTic liiit cimM lInt trot Mck for
ImurK lint l Jrtptmn iiuul < l two men took ri fun In tint
ri 1 tflitf 11 ho veHHii 1 h I Jiirtakt ui riil < tiy 111
iuula l w out I i < i iliflr resell t niul tub jtClviiiofm tirouxlit
tlioiu f TIme ciuk Ic I iiiliiiiiif I
ikjei HiiliBjInff iT Mnm wvll l < talinne > il
Hr Louis SIt 23In Iho Crlmlnnl Court
tiIuey 1 hue dnits fixed fnr lime lianuli if Hugh U
linokr ella Waller I I I Ieuuox Main til the holo
uniuT nnd Ihlo Cliinfinl ami 1 Ihlo Itoom the rhino
iilghhinilirs vero IONIJOI I il IIij I furmcr for lxi > and
th liilti r for thlrO dn > in order to allow u trinscnit
of tim tltee In he I nmilo lirforo hue al i l rnls mIre lakin lo
the ftiiittme Couit
Hemt nce < l r < f ItlTe for Wurdrr
WIIMISIITON 101 Sept 23TowinL Davis
tiuls afternoon entertili plea fit unlit of IlmimI uier In Ih
second degree all 1 wa Sfnlfiicetl to liii < rlsriiiilent for
Ills silt lui liay a t line of ffttw Ill IC Cf talus I was the kill
luuuc of Aiidrrv > J lvilron > n a pollcriiMti 1 uhn I hud dl
rcileil Inm to put up I i istol he wa tlourt hing and KO
lull huuio On loruur I idol tho Jury diagreed
IOOII K g Niniiekrit
llEitEVii Mich Bpt 23mcua Colo drove 1
iito town lo day wllti Sllilpzen I of ge In open paste
inanl rriito Ae ho was swinging nround a corner hi
wuuoii tipped I over nn top of him He was drnggidn
siiorill4iiiic < anI I u hen the nagon Maul 1 crItic 1 were
putted iklde ilrtolv I resulted i the bppearanre of aa
animated umeletle Kvvr tgg wee Lrokvu
< kitlrmin W nUrr Oinicriiliilalcd
COIININU Sept 21A largo delegation of the
citizen ol Corning nrrompanlnl by 1iers band es
leinhlrd al the hOI of the lion C C 11 Walker title
evening lu congratulate him upon his election 15 i hair
man uf tile Democratic stale Committee Mr 1 Walker
i id a happy acknowledgment of the cunplruent
llnncron VIIn kla I lllrlkiilace
WoncEKTun Bopt 23ho Ion George Ban
croft the historian vlHed II I Is I rallia jilace yesterday
for the 11 time In th rly jean lIe visited the tomb
of hl wife the houso where hs wa born and lIme
ctutrcU where he I plehe UU first sermon
D Too Apr olal White Llaa t I
See that your lauadrs UMI 1rles lsariluaAO
JamB J Coognn and IT I Thorn are
Ale Numcd Bat Get Few Votee4015 DI
cnlco PresnlA 1Ulform Adopted
I was plain to ovary ono around Claren
don Ia1 last night that the ofilcors of tho con
vention of tho worklngmon who are to tako
Independent political action this fall had been
wlso In chancing tho cards of admission All
sorts ot worklngmon had pookotsfulof tickets
and woro clamoring for admission outside the
doors of tho room In which the Committee
on Credentials woro No ono paid any
attention to them however and they kept
their tickets Accredited delegates from regu
larly organized trades and labor unions woro
admitted to a room outside of the main hall
James 1 Archibald backed by Capt McCul
lagb and half a dozen nollcomon guarded tho
door As oaoh delegate was admitted Capt
John Dovltt and othur members of his com
mlttoo looked over his credentials and I the
dologato was all right ho vont Into tho mooting
with a white card on which was printed
Worklneineiii Labor Convention Sept 2J I860
Altogether thorn woro 409 delegates In tho
Convention and I took one hour and a half
to inspect the cre
dentials Advertise
miA ments had boon In
n serted In some of thIn
flllt venlnl papers to
l 4 tho effect that an op
I I position Convention
nuulu uu uuiu inn
so mol 011 ofn the
many balls In tile
S build
5 ing As no ono hud
engaged a hal other
0 than the Central I La
K bor Unions 1olltleal
Comml 1 tOl Mr
Bchnrmann the pro
IIKMIV oioacr priotor of tlio hal
notlflod Capt McCullneh that he toured troublo
and consequently a doztm policemen wore distributed
conhoQuonly 101lcmen
tributed about tho mooting hull A fat 0 r
man dolecato who asked at the oponlnu of tho
there proceedings was mugtiod what right down tho policemen to come i
The Chairman John MoMaekln called tho
Convention to order George D lllock the
Hflcrotury road a telegram from tho Central I
Labor Union of Bt LOUIS commending the
Now York Central Labor Union for HH notion
In deciding to report to political action anti to
nominate fir Mayor The telegram was re
ceived with chonrs
John Dovltt Chairman reported that the
credentials of everybody In the 1ml I wore
straIght nnd lInt I win no use to roiu tho
namo of Pitch of tint delegates Tho Conven
tion decldud that they would take his word
for It Thmi Frank Farrell a colored rain a
delegate from tIll Lccontrlc Engineers nnd
Chairman of the Platform Committee road tho
W drcnre that the people of New York city uliould
have full control of tlitir nun local 1 affitre hint llio I
practice of drawing Oranil Jnrora 1 from onu cmusq Hhnuld
rOC 1 nnd I thn reiiiiireiintlt Of n rrouortv 1 itialltlcatli > n
lor Irlal I jurors shmilil IW ultoltihed tint thn prorulure
nt iur court sholl1 b l si sltliphtled nnd reformel ttmt
tlio rich ilmll hnve no ndvnnttiire oer tho poor 1 thnt the I
> llltMiiu Inttfriti diilliu of the pullca wh prnct till I asm ill
Iuiiuica utua ill be iniiod 1 th it the laws I fir the I tifrty
Bliil sanllan IlllpCIlon nt huUdlnin DhiiuM bo rnlnrceil 1
Hint In I 1110 i euntt lhi > illrfd i mplniinoiit of Inlur
Hlinnlil lu I > ltcicrrrd l to lh t < > silcin wliKh uivf ron
triuturi lullpulrlul tilt V toititraul the I i tit while irrlndltu
Ihi workmen and ihtt in piilitlc einplntmrut rtpial imy
sliMild be accorded lu eiituil work ullhuut dlnlliictiili
l > f fit
We declare the crowtlln If fcn maio of our lieople Into
narrow tenement nt enorlitiiliH rentH 5 II lie haf thu
lures tif lh city I < > et unbuilt upon lo lit it Ktuudulnua
es II anil that In reuieilj tliiM Atnlfl of thiiitfi all tax
nn hutldlnxe and luiproteiueutit shnuld bo abol
Ifihcil 50 thnt no fine i > hal tie put upon the em
plot menl of litior In lnirea ln > llln nccomoilatlnus
dud that tiixee shonlil he Irvlel < m land Irrmp elite of
Inn m rovemt itfln that tnnse S Im ai e now itoiutmug Und
vainnt nlmll be coin teamed cither tu lillld nnltllitfin t
ecivl l or tu viti up the haiti t < i tlmiin whu will
We detlnre fiirliiernote tact I the enormous value
which the prM > ii < Qof H million and H half ot people
give tu the Klul of till city belong protvrl to tile
whole community 1 that It should nnt gi to tius enrich
mttnt of Individuals and uiirpuratioim but nhnulit bo
lAken In fixation t and applied to the Improvement
arid beautlt luif of DIM cIty to the iiromnllon
of the hcnltli cnmfurl p lucatlon mul rrcrea
Hun cut Hi PenIle and to lle pro tiling of
iiiriuiii of treiiRit titnmentftirnto Ailh the lucU of a
grttit nivtro i nilM iVu nl uilui Inn Ihitt exlttltlg mcin
nf trunxt itlioiiM not lit left in tin linn In of uorroru
Ilni4 uhlch Nhtlo kuliiing Hiiiirmotirt protlu frnm tho
growth if l iMiiiiilntinn oppress their finpiio ers thud pro
oKc strikes thnt t intifrriiiii travel and Imperil limp public
pv > but should liv Uu fill prole be assumed hv the
cii > niil hurl loll it 1 inr pitMiu luiiftlt
And ehfA lu lila minim liKmt imporlnnt municipal
elictiuii Independent polltlCHl nctlon nffnritn the only
hope of cxumliu and brcttXiiig tip the tixtortlfiti ntid
liefl old iauii by Is hint a ltuiii lint army of profosslnual
pnlltlcliiis iorriiit Ihu pmiple nluim the plumler wo
cull on all ruiiim wni ulnhia honefit novernmeut to
join us In au etlort tu net lire it and to Miou for ituco
that the will of the people mav pret ail even agalnrt flue
money and organization of banded spoilsman
Ed Sullivan a dolacate of the ton and grocery
clnrltB stood un anti rend a plank which he
Raid he hoped would bo Inserted In the pint
form before ito adoption Kulllvunn plnnk was
a blow Ht free trada and urged protec
tion It was laughed at at first but
whmen tho supporters of James J Coocran
snlod upon II to make a trial of their strength
tholHiislilncstoiipiid YllllaiuMnitlnot the
Alonndlortor llrowors Annocliillon who is at
tho hond of thu Copgan boom talked for tho
protection plank lie said that It was a mistake
to bollnvu that tint worklngmun did not want
protection Another of CooKnnH minnorturs
Nicholas Mtilvoy also began to talk about Ihe
protection plan k Tim Convention however
uecldid to ncciit tile platform au originally
Then the nomination of candidates for Mayor
wis dnelnreil In orator James II Cit sorly of
tlm Amorlriut Order Unllnrl Carpenters and
Joinura took the Moor and said
I uric M to tint lu nomination tor the position of Chief
Mturi trite of this uty u mitit abovu nil political ciiquiii
a until 55 11st hal iiciiipjlii I u thtprotnl million i uf Uor
ol l ihi4 Cut sill yet tie tilile tn look blur the liner uln of
thu wirklmiinen He U non buslh iiLtigtd in thu unrlc
uf Ilevnlliu Ihe IIII KCH hr l hli rltiiifci4 ami his Illna
Mionlil HM have him lull twn yearn ic our muuicipitt
giicriior he wuiiM d < i a limIt scrtico to Inbor I numi
Into hour > lirorxo for Mayiil
The Convention brOke out Into wild Cheers
PHoyatiB stood up and dnncud upon the chairs
nnd liiiiieliii i and hnrrnlind and Hluiutoil for
lenrgi and victory Iriuik I Farrell tIme coloreul
onuluoor thun mado nn uptionl forworklng
iniii to htnnd lit loorgu and carry him on to
vlclorv llusecoudud thai fluItlillathOil of Uoorgo
for Mayor
InnrKO K Lloyd of the Tin Pall and Kottlo
MnliirH Charles L MIlernf the Rlothlni Cut
ttirlI llunry Clenry ol tlio OpirUivo Inlutori
TliotniiM J Ford of the llrni Workern ella n
host ol othcrx spate In favor of the nomlniitlon
NliliilnH Mulvov of thn Carpet Ulirkurs
Union tlnii put Ininci 1 Conjimi In nnmlnn
hop William Martin of the Ala and 1ortor
I1nwtr Iulon I I t Becnndiil It
C > io niiH IrIu tilt hud a touch 11 I inn for the
tijxt Illttiiii iiilniilnfi ihoiuni Miigulru n eec
driver on tun Kurnnd IIMMIIIO rond in > nilnnt d
Inuiclunt Vi S Tliorn of the Kniotut a4nuo
ri nil niul Condiiotcr cull tItU II Hecnnded It
lltvo Mr Tliotn 1 conipllinmitnry vote If
you do not want him for lour Mayor Mr
MiiKitlro mild
Thuro wore iioothurcnndldittiii undn count
inty of thn voice slionol SCO for lliiiry Onorgo
M i for JnmPHjCnoKMM J anti 18 I for W H Thorn
Tho < ir 1 drlvnra nlmin voted for Mr Thorn
Au ExecutIve Coimnlttra wa appolutrd to
take limirgus lf Mr learieoit cninnua It was
dicidcd to liod n rntillaitlim meeting In Cooper
Union on Ot 0
IhtH letter from Hunry George was read at
the meeting In refitlntlou of mi allegation ro
rnntly printed
Kept A livM
II cut ml Ill Ilobtur There Is na Iriiih wliRiiv r lu I lie
itatFinrlittiiu refer to tain nut and hue cer ban brili
a pull rtt uf rat tirlutliig niucen and uuier bail I nny
uurk Uon in ani oilier tlnn I n iutoii umco I WHS a
Imi ill tul r or tha itiilini and ne a P11111 IcIer 1 uover mi
pas 1 uilur thump uta out meii
If I I Ieiiiniga rainlllnle lit the worklliuuiin of O w
York for the I little of M t e > or you must exi PcCl that nn
effort that lila tic ion fiuugetl if mouc > cnu purchl
will be spared tu blacken mt r iitatioii nud divide my
supporter Hut 1 cannot allird ihe lime to reply lo per
souitl mUmi rrvcnlnliiiit and flaul r
I hno not sought o iy niunlualloti and If I accrpt one
lluilloDU lie for Ihe snke fif scoring prllclplve I be
lacy ill in such case I nopobc tu conduct au aggre
she not a Jiftnsne campaign Your frairruallv
Ilr > ar Jkoucie
TVunilnnlod rr Congress
John II Buck Republican First Connecticut
Church howe Hepubllcan FIrst Nebraika dlitrlct
WlllUm M Marine Itepiibllcan Second Mirjlond die
I rc
o rlliillls Dcmrcrat and Knrinn Alliance Second
Minnesota district
lien W II K ler Pemocrat Rlnhth Virginia diutrict
llrnry A lioblnon the t Labor catmulil etc In the I flrnt
Mlchlgiu district has been nomlnaed b tha Itepubll
JUlIO P Ililllon Urmncrat Rsvtttli MUiourl ditlrUL
rcnominalrd on the HHIII ballot
Ueorge hire ll > iubllcan First Nett Jenev dutrlct
Jiiuva laird IttnuMican wu rcuoinlnaled In the
Spit I Nebraska district
lliomne h lludwui llrplibllcan First Mar > land di
Irll cal W C Tuck lloubllcau fifth Maryland dli
Tpramimva Cutnmllloo of T went yTon r
Tho Tammany Committee ot Twentyfour
met last night and made Hual arrnueiifiilt for Ihe
nutting of the ileneril rummliu tonight at which
lilac the dais for tIle prlmarl and cunt enllun will
je fettled
olhln llke It
Theral IA no such other compendium of new or mirror
coattmporary history aiTut Wauiiy migi 1 year
Ho Wont Hair whet Culled him I Cmetdm
lie Indcmnlflc a llondsn l
ErAldorman Arthur J McQuado tho rag
merchant who Is under 125000 ball for bribery
wont to Montreal on Tuesday and came back
yesterday It was alleged that McQiudo had
boon appointed a committed ot ono to inter
view John Kconan and Alderman lo Lacy In
Montreal and report back to tho other sixteen
oxAldermen who wore Indicted with McQuado
for bribery and are undor the same bonds for
trial Another story was that McQundo had
gone to Canada to BOB his son a student at the
Collogo do Notro Dame who was very ill
A SUN reporter found McQuado sitting with
two friends In front of his houso at 313 East
Thirteenth strootat8lG last night Tho oxAl
derman seemed annoyed when the reporter
approached him ana inquired It it was true
that he had taken a trip to Canada
Yes Ive boon there ho answered quickly
nnd Im back again What of It 7
It has boon fluid that you wont to Canada to
consult with lAldormnn lo Lacy and John
Keannn Is that true 7 nsVed the rnpotor
I wont there on matters that concerned mo
only answered McQuado and thats all 1vo
got to say
Hut did you moot Koonan or Do Lacy In
I wont there on personal business repeat
od McQuado anal I any again that It la no
ones business who I saw1
Ex Alderman McQuado and his wife Ellen
hnvo executed bond of Indemnity to Dennis
Smith one of bin bonilMmn for 0000 aa se
curity for his ball bond The property given ns
security Is the plot 612x100 on tIle southwest
corner of Avenue A and Huvontvthlrtl street
The mortgage Is datod Sept 0 IBHfi It was ra
cordod at the Itoglstera olllco yesterday
Out for Several Hour on Ike tonny Island
Jockey Lieu Case lund Ho Agreement
The sccontl trial of the Conny Island
Jockey Club for allowing tbo socalled Commis
sioners to record bets on horse races at the
Kliooiialiond Hay track was resumed Yesterday
In the Court Hessians Brooklyn The testi
mony taken at the previous trial was accepted
as the evidence In the case
Mr Do Witt spoke for the defence and Dis
trict Atlornoy Itldgway for the prosecution
Judge Moore told the jury that to register and
record u bet within the meaning ot tlio statute
11 was not necessary that n formal record
should bo made Any memorandum used to ex
plain the transaction lit the registration and
recording n bo
Tint jury retired to their room nt 345 P M
At 0i oclock the jury cent word to Judge
Moore that they hnd not iiurood and wnnted
their Bunpers At 10S oclock they nuked him
for Instructions In regard to the testimony of
one of tile witnesses lie sent back a written
ronlf and tho jury resumed their delibera
tion with nvory prospect apparently of con
tinuing thorn during the night It Is rumored
that tliroo of them nt least wero in favor of an
Tim jury nekod for Instruction again nt 11
oclock and the Judge Informed them hInt hO
looms the club knowingly allowed Illecnl butting
on the grounds they should not convict
Tka Cheek and the Culled Ilmds
WAHIIINOTON Knpt 23 Inquiry was made nt
time Treasur Department toda In regard to the puti
Jnhed etatcmcnt that the national bank are beluggreat
iy dUlurbed by the I culling in of the three I per cent
bmide which form the principal basihof ttulr circula
tion It waa learned that aeverttl bank ha e given no
lice of thIn I withdrawal from the I stein tud that nib
era are trying lu huu their called bouds retnlued lie a
biisU for clrcul itlon prvferrllig tn forego Inures allo
getlar rather than risk huj Ing four pr cent and four
slid cue half per c tits itt the present hlich premium It
hnc always been hold by the Trcasnrv IMpnrtmrnt that
when bond cense to bear Intertvt they become unavail
able ax a bnsls for circulation This ruling ha lately
licen contelted by some of the bank coil the question
tins been rpferred to the Atlorne tleuernl for an opin
ion II 15 i understood tutu the question will be left open
until thie dbcUlon is rendered
RvknuMlnsr the Munch ufllno Lumber
CnicAdo Sept 23The Lnmbor Msnufac
lurere Aftoclatlon began Us annual convention her to
day The 1retldent Mr A q Van Fclmlck lu hi ad
drefntu the Convention audit The timber supply of the
Nnrlhneill ie far too small for the proepectlto demand
Minnesota has not lunlcljnt pine timber for the future
want of her people alune Wliconsln could not POMI
lily supply the entire future demand from Dakota Iowa
NehrankaKansas nnd Mlfsourlnnd whether own people
will coiistmtuls And how long could Michigan and Can
ada euppl the demands from the remaining States and
the export trait with while pine f
Secretary llolchkli unld In tile report that If the esti
mates supplied by Individuals ucriorrect the lumber
producing regions of the Northwest had on Sept 1 a
liung nn stork ot from ole and a quarter one and a
halt bllllou feet of logs
Accneed of CinplrMcy to Ilaco their Ilrotker
In nn Insane Aaylum
PiTTHBUiwin Sept 23Mrs Ella T Houch
and Margaret A White listers and Edward White
Itasband ot the latter were arrested at their home In
Fa ette city Ia charged with forming a coniplracy to
place their brother Illlnm U Todd in an Insnne ay
urn In ordT to deprive him of hie patrlmnm In an es
tate valued at fJMOoui Mr Tall In n river pilot
about 40 years old and has Client mot of his life follow
lug Ills occuuntlim In the lower livers Ila alleges Ihnt
because ho married agaltmt their v111 thedefendauUliad
lilui confined in lilt ttiouut As > lmn for sIx luonlli on a
fuels charge tnBaulty The olllcers of the Institution
taking nn interest In hi oase had him examltiej by the
Itnnrd of Mannifvrs who declared him vane and ordered
his relenmi The defendant were held In fsuo bait ench
and a preliminary hearing will he given ou Monday
Cohen at the White Ilnuer
WASHINGTON Sept 23The President today
recalled very few Cillers mnoni them Mr Porter As
nltant Secretary ot State accompanied by the Itov
llrnry W White of London chaplain to the Queen
Urn Prum acting Secretary of War and Heuator Han
som rile usual riinrMlny Cabinet iniielluR wa omitted
and mstiad the 1rtnldetit drovo out to his country
residence nccompnnle < l bv Mm Cleveland and Mrs
Fnlfom Acting Secretary FaIrchild and several other
nmciiln railed nl hip White lbs e dilrluc the rresldenta
ctmence The rrrsMeut will resume the routine of 115
otllcinl nud aoclal duties tomorrow These wilt include
a riciptfon tn hue eenernl I ptlbllo at 1 P M to allow
ptrnncers In the city to tine their respect Uttltlal visi
tors will be recehed In llle forcuoon
Chine Co Have A Pastel Myatom of her Own
WASllrNGTO Sept 23 China has notified
losiuuuaterlianerel itas uluet sue proposee to inaugu
ritte a pontilt 5 stein on Jo 1 atm rcquete that thmi
Utuilpil SIxtea ulciiimlitti 5 II Posit1 sgney at hhsuigilul
treat llfilittil Yrniire ttmpeu ciii nIl utlmcr comitmlrire
lies 111 plltiut agetallpa ill Clihilit tuOe sue tueetl hlotliled
mutuit ii as oil iairIeii to 54 II ilIlrJtW TIic tJiieil leles
wall iiiuailicu fuumiiiw ltlt At an rate nimsitliletterxt
Ietmti dy us tm It clairge of Otil aePlur at hctumitnsi
co Iecuuuaailelute Our agenry whIch lucs be 1100111
teime1 tiler for icleral ypOrC cliii about C7OIU per
annum tiLMdi thn cuusii receUed for the stamps that
am soll time Hnglii postal airunt expreiscs tha fipln
on hot I rhliu will not be I readr tostnrt tier cystatil ny
It ha first nf Jniiuiry but recommends withdrawal when
she is ready
Nprnole lo bo llnuard OD Oct 1
OTTAWA Sept 23 Spronloa counsel today
rciiuested tha Minister of Justke to grant Ih prisoner
a further I respite to enable hU appeal to the I Irlvy Coun
cil lo bo perfected The Minltter Informed him that Ills
lluvernment had determined that tIme law must tie car
ned nut and fproule hanged uu Oct 1 whether he op
peal or noL Ooiml lerlng that the prisoner was rocom
nenilod to mercy by the Jury nnd Ihnl the Ju < life vtho
Irlidthe 1 I care had intlinnted tu the Cnvernmelit that
I he Jury J would not hao comlrled hjirouli If he had In
oriupl tliem I that their I reconimeiidatlon to mercy
would be Ignore the couutel timId II la an unparal
rled thing for the < jovernment to take such action
JSnrcxIitr UUUIM Arrlffatl to 11 r a d
lUuKENHAUK Sept 23John Baum alias
Hugf who nearly killed George U Co Jr it Die
Tennect fcliool tiotiMt Wile taken into court today
hntxlciinVil tu is convtabta iIih several other ontc rn
arnunit him 1U nleailcU not guilty to iiiJlclineiiti
cliiinriit Aitautt with Intent tn kill and luurglary slid
cell IteUiJnt want cuunieL Tite trial will begin next
II u tut ay
IMeuroI0cuuianlu In Chicago
OiiicAtio Sept 23Tbte prospects now are
that the LIve Stock foiniiilsslon will order all the ills
eased cattle In the dMIIIery sheds slaughter I and Ihs
liable burned to Ihe ground There Is little doubt that
the Governor will advise this Other Htates are prepar
hug to qulurstutitlo efliliet IIUnoMlt this U not doi
Arsrulo In the Hailed Hum
BLLVIUXIIE Sept 23The boarders at the
3ramer Ilout a private boarding hoi IF were poisoned
by eating boiled ham In whlcli arsenic hd been placed
Itt some unaccountable manner A number of the
guest were mule very sick but none ot them Ulod
Member of Col i arils famll Were inom thus who
ate auJ luHueil loverely
Pisrado or Iko I silaU Templar
ST Louis Sept 23The Knights Tomplar
parade today was three and a half mile lout It was
accompanied by over sixty bras hand and wsc In all
reseed a great success The Oraud Kncaiiipment today
elected sir Knight cjiarlt lloonie of New York city
Most Euilnetu Urand Mailer
Into Polllloe
The Democrats ol the Third Judicial district
yesterday nominated Alton B farkr ot Kingston for
Jistlc of Ih Suprem Court
John W Davis wa uuaulmoutly nominated for Ihe
Laseliltuly yesterday br the ttepubllcaas ot lbs firl
VnslIa dlstficl
K RcTlrea neclpfncKy with Tiinaidn tnl Mtf
Zslnbhlshs nt lproei > l flight U flak 1d T
the Water or llolh Conalrlca
BOSTON Sept 23An Ottawa special to
the Stole says Ever since the fishery
trouble In Nova Scotia last spring during
Which the David J Adams and other Ameri
can fishermen wore captured fay Canadian
cruisers the Dominion Government baa
boon trying to make some arrangements
to settle the matter and thus live on
friendly terms with Its Yankee cousins After
repeated petitions to her Majestys Govern
mont a treaty was drawn up at the offlco of the
Foreign Secretary and by him transmitted to
Premier Sir John A McDonald at Ottawa
This document arrived about four days ago
and today when Sir Charles Tapper
returned from Nova Scotia It waa
submitted at ti Cabinet meeting The follow
ing Is the first clause ot the proposed treaty
Her Majtsty Victoria Queen of Great Britain belnf
deslroui to avoId any further misunderstanding with
the llovernment of tile United Stale of Ameries be
tween their respective subjects sod cItIzens as to the
right of fishing along and on the coast of Ilrlllth North
AmorlcuRUsrnntei to each by Article I of aconventloa
between cIted llrltaln and tho United State of America
signed at London on the 20th day ot October 1818
which said article recite that Her article I treaty
of IflHI ami beIng deslrou na nell to regulate
the commerce and navigation between the teepee
tive countries of the two high contracting rartle
and their respectlve4errltorles anil people and effect i
allyai regards her Majestys potsesslons In Drltlsk
North America and tin United State In such a mannir
as to render the mine reciprocity beueflclal and advan
tageous have respcctlrely frameil plcnlpotentlarlas
to confer and agree that li to ayt Her Mat
esly Victoria Queen ot tlio United Kingdom ol
Great BritaIn and Ireland and Empreca of India end
Lord Lantdowne tiler follows atrlnx ot titles Gover
nor tlenfcratln and over alt her Majesty produce oa
the continent of North America and In and over the
Islandot 1rlnc Edward and his Excellency the red
den of United State of America aol The K Darard
Necretary the United mates who having cumraunl
catod to each other their respective full power found lot 1
good due form have agreed upon tile following article
with a view to 10 beneflclul au object a to remove e
far as possible at the present moment the obstacles
which Impede the commercial relation between lie two
countrIes 0
AIITICLE IIt Is 1 acreed by the high contracting par
lea that In addition to the liberty enjoyed at pres
ent by the United States of America cud the
Ishermcn thereof by tit uboieineiitloned Conven
lim of Oct 21 t 1813 of taking doing and
cuilng Sell on ctrtnln coatta of the colonies ol
llrlllsh North America shu oil hate In common with the
mlJccts ot her Ilrltanlr Majest lie liberty to take
Isi of every kind excepting utitll ilth on the coaata
and aborts as wull as In the hay harbors
and creek of Canada and of tha several lilands
hereto adjacent without restriction at to dlstane
and may land upon the shores and coaiU of Canada and
he Ulaud thereof her the purpose of drylnz their net
and curing their nsh provided they arrange
by special agreement for such purpose with tho own
er of private property along such coast alIt I harbors
and ilo not Interfere with the Urllllh ns > icrmetl 111 the
peaceful live and possession of any part of luch coast
Iii their occupnncj for the same purpose It in also Hn
lerMoiM that the prhtlecea above granted apply aolcly
to the lets fUhtnK and that shad and lattnon flsherf au4
all rivera ail the mouth thereof are hereby reserved
exclusively for Hiulish fishermen LTIten follow a fur
ther agreement Chloe a way In which all disputes as to
plates reserved shall lie settled aiud defined lubstautlal
y the name aa In the treaty ntJunen IHM1
AIUILIU II And It i > further agrtiiul by and hetweea
the high coutraitlnir parties that IlritUli aublects halt
liftS the right in i cummou snub the Inlubltanta of tIle
Lfntted btntee to take nsh of every kind excepting ehelt
lsh ou the eastern sea cnavts and chores the United
Mates north ot the 3Uth parallel of north lalltudo
and on tIle shore of tile aeveral Islands thereto adjacent
Null Its the bays creeks and harbor of tIle aid sea
ciiasti niil shores ot the United stales and In the dla
triutabovedenneil without restriction u to distance
with LennUslon to land cure and dry Itch upon tho
limit cnaat and shore of the United mate under the
same provision as guaranteed to American fisherman
on the Ptiorus and coast of UrIUfth North America as
provided by Article I It I < also understood and agreed
hat the abovementioned liberty tii > ille < only to sea
tlshlng and that had and salmon nhorle and an
rivers and mouths of rivers are herebr reserved excla
kUcly for the usheriuen of the United State
AnrirLK 111Il is I agreed that the article enumerate
In the scheiluld hereby annexed being the growth and
Liroiluce of the aforesaid Urltlsh colonlea or of tho
lnlted btate shall be admitted Into each country free
of il ttty
schedule Grain flour and breadstutta of all kind
animals of all kind fresh cured and smoked meata
fish of all kinds fresh or salted undried frultm
dried fruit cotton wool seed ana vegetablo
oil ot all kinds product of flsh and poul
try eggs hMei tanned skIns fur skim or
tail uniireiscd stout or martla In crude or flnlslitS
talc elate butter cheese tallow lard hams manuro
salt ore of metals of all kinds coal pitch turpentine
ashes timber and lumber of every kind round hewed
or sawed manufactured In whole or In part
boots or shoe agricultural Implement or
farming tools firewood nlanti shrubs or
trees cotton or woollen good of all kinds when
manufactured In clothing pelt uool Cal oil rice
Itroom corn and bark unmanufactured tobacco raga
liSa hemp and low unmanufactured lye stuff of alt
kinils gyphum ground ur unground hewn or na
wrought burr or grliuUtonc wooden china and earth
en ware book uslcal composition print and scula
lure rice raw cotton
ARTICLE IVIri all that regards exportation wlthoat
dlitmctlon a to place from whence arriving or u te
destination and In all that regard the facllltlca cal
drawback which the legislation of tne two countries
lias e tablished or may establish lime two high contract
Ing parties reciprocally incur to each othor national
Aiiiuii YCItietis of the United Slates shall hays
tin right to natlirate the rIver M Iawrenca and all
canals In Canada Will their vensel boots and crafts
freely and on the same term aa the aubjectiof her
lirlianlc Majesty Hrlthh cuhject having an equal rlghi
tip freely mitigate Lake atichlgan snub their vesel hi
boats and croft
AKrn m VI The provision and itlpulntlon of the
roreifolng article apply to Newfoundland so far M
applicable to that colony It the provincial Parlla
nunt and time Congress of the United Slates pas laws
for carrjlug the treaty into efhct the treaty to
take effect cc soon as the law reriulrlin II
hall have been pasted by the Imperial 1arinineni
iii ilrcnt llrltaln and the provincial Parliament
of tile culoutee thereof on the one hand and the
Lotmiresc of the Unltvd States on the other
Such assent having been given th treaty to
remain In force for twenty loan after which
tinny be terminated by gis Inc one years nolle or
either of the high contracting partlea the present
reaty to be duly ratified within olue > car Ihe mutual
uxchtuiue notification to Ilk place at London
Title Is In substance the trcatv as sent to the
Canadian Government It Is not yet signed br
elthir party and Important modlllcatlona mar
10 made
A Parcel for Gaodhmll
At the foot of tile stairs In a downtown
mllding yesterdty n boy In overalls stood by a parcel
ilaced on the aver and ever and anon lifted up hul
vole and howled mournfully Gooilhulll and M ho
towicd he eyed tho parcel malevolently In course ci
lme a imaller boy came to the lop of the stairs and
ooked down carelessly
Mlia dye got for Oondhull t ha asked after lie had
cracknl apoanut with hIs teelil This boy at tIme foot ci
the stairs nolutvit to tie parcel
here a it from t asked thuS boy up top
Imnno answered lue down below The upper boy
looked at him ludlflereutly
Well what the uiatter w Id yer brlniiln It up t °
ic Inquired languidly and then he I walked back tu the
olllce leaving lIme Inferior boy la Imagine vain tUttaU
Kdwurd Cooper will Accept
The SubCommittee of the County Democracy
met In the Nw Amsterdam Club last night and dla
cussed the political situation for Hire hour A lets
cram wa received by Chairman R Kllery Andenoa
Tom Bdward Coiiirr who named a uhslllut In act for
luilii In I the Slate Committee until he ihonld arrive lie
lad not distinctly stated that he wouit serve ai a men
her Of thorommlttee alIt hi telegram Is considered u
an acceptance II Is I expected home In tlirse week
Inspector af Klecllou Sworn Ia
republican Inspectors of election to that num
ber of iiiu wer sworn In at 1otice headquarters cat 1
evening nut of a total of Ioat The Democratic inipso
tore will be I put through neit week
Signal OOico fredlctlua
Fair weather no decided change In tempera I
tOre variable wInds
MusIc at Uatlcry Iark thli evenlnf its
den Newton sate that the work of Inspecting the raa
lerlals of Ihe Klllh avenue bus eulistut will becomUt4
tnailay or two alien the paving will be resumed
henry K Abbey arrived lu Hits clay from Liverpool OB
Ih tteambhip America eslerdav alid was met at
Quarantine 1u5 l Mr Krinch of the llraiid Ohere lluuw
with hi iltam yaclil Loando
John Liiniictitr and Mary Join InJIcUd for leltlnf
Are lo 44 We t Thirty tint trecl a disorderly house
kU dy the trench Madam by whom list w tr out
ployed were dltchargfd yc teiday
Mr CathrrlneCnhlll vlfoof hut Isle Sam ColvllL
na i seemed a power uf attorney to her nephtw Ernest
llarvler eiiipuueilng him tu manage and control all hr
liuilness lIme paper via Olid In the Ucjulsrs ethic
The Uoard of Eutchee will hereafter require mat al
applicants for llcenio must appear In person before tIs
Hoard Lcinplelnu have been received thai unaulbor
Ued persons have been visiting pcrxins whoi lioenit
are about tu eipir and sohclllng eniplo unul lopr
pars aipllctlon paper
II you prefer a pure soap us ibarIes 5 lau4
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