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ha, a. arger circulation than any il H -il!SiJK2 't'tf'll Moro and Later News than all other other evening naw-papor. mW I J' SsESSi ?l'V Evening Papers combined. , 'H I. "ToLLYHSioT3fi3. NEfr" YORK, TUESDAY. AUGUST 28, 1888. ' mVE W0 ni'm M (REPUBLICANS IN SARATOGA. XJTB FOItMElt WAllHIXO T.KAItBlt.1 ACT ISO iouvxnv.it ii.utnioMousiA: Warner Miller Imi Me-en Mated far tlav. erner and naa Dictated u fHtroag lllga license I'Unk lor Ike l"lirrm-l m dcrlul Vannlnllr In III Favnr llarriit fram lluaaln LHniirn oT t'nndlrtatee nr Uencatint.Uerernnr Truer M III Treddp BAHATOrtA, Aue. 27 Tlio if lent n-sort Is in i Brand shapo. Politics nml fashion ore strnuBo bedfellows, but thoy haio climbed In tocothor loauohan extent that whon tho Hon. Isaac M. Ilakor camo into the United Stntos Hotel and asked it thoro wns a room, tin) cloik snhl: , "Yes, sir: wo can Bite oun beautiful loreo room, only (Uo blocks away, in n prliuto hOUSO." I Tho place noor was more crowded, nioro say, or moro boautlful. Tho Hepublicans nro expecting to mnko n cront sonentlon, nnd tho ' Weeest ns woll ns tho llttlost nro nearly nil on hand. Our own Evnrts mine rnthor lato, owlnc to an ontnnelomont with auoxlrnordlnaryson tonco that ho thoueht ouelit to bo put in a peeah ho is Eolne to make. In fact, Chnun cey M. Dopow is the only crent man of the party not how. nnd tho only mcrabor of tho treat ble four now runninc tho ernnd old party who is not actually working tho lover of tho reconstructed mnchlno. It is no wonder that ft sonrntlon Is expected. for tho mnchlno looks brnnd now. nnd if ltonly works ns well as Chief Enelnocr 1'latt oxpocts it to. it will indeed bo n wondor. Tho oldest machinists who U9od to tlnkor with it aro not bis to recosnizo It It has a tonipornncocon denssr with local option valies, which has boon nddod In splto of tho frco whlskoy Improve ments put on by tho National Convention. Tho now oil cups nro in tho simps of pntont Austra lian ballot boxes, ndnptod to American machi nery by Sax ton. tho Imontorof thouowoloc tion bill of last winter. Those, cups may como off. not only becauso tho party is ncnlDBt all caps except cold wator bUbbob, but becauso the bojs who mnnneo oloctlons predict that tho Saxton wrlnkls will produco hot journals and brine ths mnchino to a standstill. But tho machlno pleases tho bin four, and as it Is tho ., first thine on which thoy havo all beon nureod V for a lone whllo. it is worth watohlnc. The chief onelnoer, Mr. Piatt, was rocardod somo time neo ns llkoly to try to not sijunro With Mr. Warner Millar for tho loft-banded aid the Herkinior boss crave him uftor tho elec tion of HlBcock to tho Senate but slnco tho Brand reunion nt tho Chlcaeo Convention tbora is no loneor anythlne in this. Tho harmony is oomploto and conulno. Tho ono aim doarest to Sir. Hntt's heart is to co bnck to tho Sonata in 1891 In Mr. Evnrts's place. Ho is a man of f prodlcloun will, and is bendlnc ovorythinir to il ward this ambition. His proudost days wero H those ho spent in tho Unitod States Houate. IIo N left It for personal reasons, honornblo to him- M selt It must bo said, as it always Is Bald of H men of force, that circumstances are liel pintr I him poworfully. Ills rivals are out of tho way. ltosooo Conkllng. who mleht have Interfered, is silent now, Levi 1. Morton is satisllod to tnko his chance of ealnine the Vieo-Presldoncy, Chnun oey M. Depow has had honors heapod upon him to bead the electoral tlckot nnd uoos not want the Bonatorshtp; Warnor Miller asks no moro than to cot to-morrow's nomination for Gov ernor on bis own platform; Sloat Fassett is Sonne; and Is well Bulted with his plnco on tho ational Committee, Hlscock is In tho Senate, and now all that Is wantine Is the completo unity that all ore aerced to. Of courso the elo tnent of nuccess at polls Is worth meatlonlnc. but that is not so eaBlly arranged. JL To borrow the wlttloism or Gov. Hill, tho Ito- publicans aro "eolne to ratify the people's 7 oholco of Warner MTllor for Qovornor." In other words, tho Herkimer wood pulp nlk I. ilonsfra ia slated for Governor by bis thro os I soolate bosf.es. In order to further their plans B and mako suro of his werkinc with tbaui. All the other politicians have meekly accepted tho situation, even Louis 1 l'nyn. Senators liiitnos. odder, Possott, Low. and Coceexbnll. Shed Hhook. and all tho rest who hunted Mr. S tiller's scalp and cot It only a year neo last anuary. , Wurnor Mlllor is poworful in his own rleht. and is of strone convictions. Hedidnottako the promise of the placo with humble grati tude. He dictated bis platform. Ho nn nouncoil that ho must have a stiff, strone hleh license plunk In it. or lie would not ran. That was a Kreni doal to ask, but he icot it. and now it soems to suit nenily everybody, precisely as tbouelt iho lioiiulillcan party had not been bontfnetho doll around the bush on tho tem perance iiues'Ion for the last dozen years. Thoy even forcot that tho prosont national platform haft tree whlskoy for its rluht bower. Eicry tinin to-day has dischnreod allleof solld-looklnu Kepiibllcans, each with a red leather gripsack nnd a badco. Amone those who aro hero aro: Ur-Hpenker tho Hon. Gen. James W. Hustod, Warnor Mlllor. Isnao 1'. Bnker, Frank illAfock, Ilnrnard lilelln, John J. O'Brien, Clni ence W. Moade. liernard O'ltourko, Charles bmlth. Solou B. Smith. Itobort O. Me Cord, O. (1, Warnor of Buffalo. Dwlht I.aw- Einco. Stephen A. White W. II. Ilobortson. most II. Oiosby. Hobert Hay Hamilton. Honry G. Burleieh of Whitohall. Fromont Colo of Bchuylor county, Ooorco Cromwell of Htnton Island, Daniel II. McMlllcn of Ilulfalo, Oooreo w . Bloan or Otveso. and scores of others. It is I Intercstlne to hear thorn talk hleh Ucenoe. Gen. Hiisted says: "Gov. Hill has mndo the Issuo. Wo hav no choico but to stand by the ltennblfcan l.eciiilaturo ana hleh llcensn." Lx-tolloctor Robertson says that all West ebester liquor denli'rs. Hepubllcnn nnd Demo cratic, arc Tor Duid I). Hill, and tho thins to do Is to makotho Unlit with that undersandlne. Georeo H. Itacheller of Bnratogo bays: "Are tliey colnir for bitch llcenso outrleht? I am ! Blad of It." Louis F. Pnyn snys: "I am rleht outforit. Tho pefsonal liberty mon who want tho sa loons ojien Bundajh'mado an open fleht In Co lumbia county, nnd tho Republicans took their stand fairly atralnst them last lull. The conso quenco was that the candidates for Kenator and Asi-einMyman won with unparalleled ma jorlllop. It will be same all over tho Btato tula year." Solon 1). Bmlth nays: " Ths Democrats will make tho ...invas for rum. and tho itopubllcuns must mako tholrs n temiMtranco ono, I am de cided!) In favor of hleh llcenso, and in proof of It wo will put Krnest II. Crosby on the Com mittee on ltesolutions." I Senator lilncock says: "Whenever we dodcod thequoBtiun last lull wo lostotcs. Wo must bnvo n hUli license plank that no ono can mis. take." Clurenco Meado says: "Wo raieht as well mako up our inluilh rhnt oeryinoii In tho liquor in .-rest has cono overtothoDemocrntlo party. e hao cot to seukotes Irom tho temiierance Uomocrats." Thomas C. I'latt, tho boss of tho ercat ble c wnr.talkB in this wu : "Tho Hepubllcnn party should come out plainly nnd unmistakably for hleh llconse. It's the only ourse. Hill will Bet tho support of tho lUpjor dealers. Wesbarl mako it n btate ii-nue. Wo cannot nfford to yaolllate or iiulbblii on Bttoh n iiuestlon. Tho ltenubllcan Leelslnture passed a hleh llceno bill and the l)imocratle Goernor vttoed It. we rntiat como up to tho pot,ltlon takon by tho Leslslaturo in a plain declaration lor hieh lloenso. A crcat many liopiibllcuns lime boon for years votine the Prohibition ticket because they Twere impntlont oer tho ilopublluans' failure to tnko a stand on this question. Many have already returned to us. nnd wowlll ect fully one-third of that voto this yonr." Ernest 11. Crosby is, tho brothor of the HRh Llcenso bill that Gov. Hill vetoed That is to say. tho Chancellor Is tho father of both tho bill nnd tlio elftcd X0iSnB, i semblyninn. 1 ho Assemblyman mivs: .t?i v ,,'.,',,,. ' l'i:n Hconse plunk Is simply this: !o ino n hleh He-mutt plunk that will declnrothut tho mils of Intemi annuo and the Browlnepowurortliosaluonin politics aro in creAslne. It will couimend th action of tho LeKlslaturolnpnslDBnlIlj;h!,lconsobllltore. duoe these crowlnceWlH. It. will po.idemn the Democratic minority for the ponltionil took ?M . "'fi!1 "c'u"8', and It will condemn Gov. mil in the Htrinijest. moot uneiiuivocnlian. Basee. It will commit tho lioiniblicnn lenders to blKh llcenso nnd Icxal option, nmiulve a lower license In tho ruml llhtriets tliini to the cities. A proinlM.wIll be mnile In the platform taennct Mich iiwj as t.nnii Hstho pcuplu ol tho btato eivo us tlm i'.xcpiithu" .J '!. "Pt'0ilioii to tills Biiiitrnlunnnlmlty on I the lilsh llcenso nuostlon conies from Jlulliilo, f nose Bi utlpentcs urn otiposed to it, and from ?ov.nr80.o.uP,5,1 ,nB "."y'""1.1 r. and from John J. O'llrion'sKlKhtli New York and Urovor onook's I If teentli district. JnoobilohsistilKO ornestly opposed to lileh llcoiiso. "It will julr. tho party in New York and all throuuh the Hate." tie .says. Ho calls nttonliou to last Tear-j vote, whoroln Mr. Crosby only sot 'MM) KJoritynsnnlnstl.,r(Kltho year before, Mr. jlfs snld Ki be jntretod In u brewery also, , Vi'xi,1,,"Jr McMlllcn is tho hist rpukesiiiiiii i i i '"uuL'iiloiiMiuliawieoi. IIo thinks thu thine u J?uoitpeofar enoueli anil yet not too fur. 1 ftiS181.' would lie safo to roOnact tho hleh I iv?frf tiwk. in lust year's platform, bocsuse I tii. 81t"ns and othors In BuITalo understand I ut vliuew, u tli uae plank was to U mmtKMn It'"1 ' '" (w'i ---v ,' tw aaaaaaaaaaaaaaasjMfiMMahft.iiirtiii iMmt i - i&a mcroly chnnecd Into new words, the whole Mibiect would hno tn be dlscuwed over nenln. HoHldes this, Mr. McMlllcn tldnks It unwise politb s to olinnco the natural Irsuo of tho party i.lIn(-rthBlanil. That issuo Is on the tariff, and boiild mil bn lost sleht of or changed. HiHTiilo has II.j.OjO German citlons mid 5.01H) Nns, to wliotn liot-rls n ncceitslt). Tlio tlut liirm that Is .proposed will bo misrepresented lo them, and tholr otes imij be lost. It looks as If tbu struneost pu'siblu lnneiiaco will bo ailoiitod in splto ut theso foiebodltiRS of inlsfurtiine. Warner .Miller Is to bo chosen for Govetnor, riinuncoy M. Depow is to bend tlio olectorai tk-kot. lloiijanilii r. Tracy of llrooklin Is to bo toiiiporno Clinirinan, nml Gooree W. llnchollor !,'. Slll.nloK'i is to be pctinniient Chairman, i Jlmtlsiislnr ns the clnto l mado up. Mr. V1"11 lioie tu liiixo nil tho otherwork ooually definitely arnmui-d bclote tlio Coniontlon tin ot-t.su Hint oucli mrrt o will bo br ittclnnui tloti. Ho hns no nuiidlilnte lor the Lieutuniuit Giixornorshlp. Ciimlldates liaxo been ury plentlul. thouuli a Hie tlniuilrnwH near they nro thlnnlncln mimbers. l.dwln Klnstoln of .New lork, u rich tobacconist, litis a batrel. and wants tho nlnco. tso does Col. E. A. McAlpin, tho cliowine tobacco manufac turer, another ninn with n barrel and also from I-iow ioik. John 11. Webor, the Buffalo Con crcsfltnan, hns no barrel but hns a wood war record. Clevelniul beat lilm for SherlfT of ltufliilo onto, 1'. A. hi-liroeder nf llrooklyn, ex-htulo henator, wns c-allod n cnndldatc. but Is not oue. Norman M. Allen, an ov-Mnto Senntor. Is backed by Cattiuniiiriiit nnd t'ha- I taucpin count lot. Cornelius l!. 1'iirsons, tlio , Mnycirof ltoclmttcr. is ncandldnle So I tho Hrpotual Henry II. Iiwuf Ur.inecwlio wanted the llrst iilaio but will take tlio second It ho can net It. Jnmos Otis of Miffolk. lately tho Adonis of the Senate mid aluujs aprincoof eenllcmen. Is also a candidate. As for tlioMicimt placo on the 0 urt of An toal. Iheio Is a llttlo tnlk lor.luduolinnieK but Judeo Willlaiu lliitnseyof Until. Steuben county, seems mOBt llkclv to cot tho noiulna tloii. I.Hto to-nlcht the l.loutonant-aoornorshlp lookscloud). Weborof HulTalo can linrdly bo thoueht o! while his county oppo-es liieb " conpo. I'nrsons ot llochestei Is spoken of as owiuebls success In politics to tho llquur iloal ors. The Nework city men do not warm up Llustoln.oxou ir lio hns a barrel. and soil eoes. Durlnetho day it became uvldciit that wlux-vor the N"W Vork city mon united on would cot tho nomination. Tlielr ililtt ilurine tho day was toward McAlpin. but to-nlultl there Is talk ol otforine tlio uliiiu to Col. H. Ana Hen-selaor Crticor of tlio 1 until district ot New York city. He is a line man, in his ?rimo. Ho Is conspicuously ldoutitlod with 'rlnltyi-hurch as Its counsel, is nil actho lto public.in. nnd is wealthy. Ho said to-nlelit that his friends uruo him to nccciit. but that ho docs not know what to say about it. Tlio Im pression Is that ho will accept. Cornelius Ann (Jott said to-niKhtthat if tlieronas an) dim culty about inaklnc a choice lie would oiler Mr. Llpennrd htewnrlof bis district on tho nltur. Thoro hao boon iuloimal ciiucnsos byopiKJ nents ol the hleh llcenso plank to-nlubt. They amount to iiotfilnit. L.ito to-nlebt iirnor Mlllor said tliot ho was astonished utthe number of letters and tele crams holms recoiled Trom all parts ol tho State fmorlnc tho hleh llcenso Idea. Tho only opposition Is from llinlicstot and Uullulo. Ho is iiartlculnrlrerntlflcd to llnd New ork city's delesates favorine the project. All oor tho btato tbo itopubllcuns havo elxen tho prluclplo atria), and ure satlsllcd to make another and more dltoct enmu-w upon It. Tho btato Cnmtnlttto met to-nlcht with only five iiroxlos. Ttioconinilttendeclnrcd that, ns the National Commiltoohus Issued a ciicubir oalllne attention tn tint doubt ns to tho ellci billtv of bank directors on the electoral ticket. It will bo ndtisablo not to nomlnato any di rectors of banks in this State. '1 hat scorns to alToct our own Depew. Tho Secretary was di rected to placo on the roll all delegates enrtllled toby their County Committees. Thnt tem porarily cries tho O'iirlen faction in Albany a triumph over tho Burllneiimo delecutes. but tlio Committoo on Credentials will bottlo the matter finally. Mr. Kvartswns nsked to-nlubt whether any allusion will I o made to tho l'rosldent's mes sace. He ronlled: "Every ore will do as ho ploasos. Kvcry one does ns ho pleases In He publican Conventions." This bon mot pro ceeded from beneath a brand now ol.ito-eolorod hleh hnt. which the Senator hns nt Inst been oblicod to buy. It was woiu ruklsbly and made the Hopubllcan Old ltoman look ory eay and dashlnc. . . , ,, In tho matter of lints no one equals tho IlKhtnlinz-Ukc Uurloleh of the frozen nortb. He won ilflyhatrt.cn .Harrison's nomination, and iriics ono to every friend no has. He has cone Into nn effort to eot llfty more by lwttlne on Hnrrlscn's election. Ho bets f S hats, be cause, ho says, If ho loses bo can buv nn Vi bat for J.50 under Cleveland's socond administra tion. 1 ho State Commltton met in the ballroom to nlebt, and it was brilliantly ltchted. Tho ladies saw tho llchts nnd ttioy put on their low-nocked dresses nnd cume In a twnrm to the doorway. Anderson Lawrence was dobrkoopcr. and had a crcat tlmo persuudinc tlioin to co uwny. A 11EF0US1EU IS SODTll CAUOLTNA. Mr. Mel.mim TelU lb Irp1e Whut They eed to Mnkr Tlarm llniy. Colvmuia, S. 0., Aupr. 27. J, Hendrlx 11c Lanoof Grocnbaok fame hnsboen tryinc for months past to raise money In Boston lor tho purnoBoof ostublishinc a Itepubllcaa news paper hero, but ho seems to havo chen up that scheme. MoLano has boon in this State for seierul woeks. Tho bitter foellnc between the two factions ol tho Democratic party in tho State has induced him to attempt tho forma tion of a third party hero. This circular, pre parod by hltn. Is boinc printed by tho thou sands, and will bo circulated in cnery township in thoHtnto: We. tbp UBiltrtlirned. wtilte citizen ieinsr ah we now do. Hit) irrel neeaof develonlntf the uatural rerounet rt outti Carolina, ami rccoitnllnjr the want or more litierty In iiolltleal action and enllf titenineiit amnni; tile lUftiftea of Hie lteo;ile. doileitara in favor vT more ami better free bchoo a and aro In (ator ot frre bpeecli aud lioneit election. Wetator the rtreal of all Internal reremio caxt a We favor American marleti for Amert can labor, and aro tu favor of American Meat ruling .tmerira llenca, ws protest airnluet llrltl.h Inter ference In our national politics, and aratmc llourton otmructlon to a free ballot and free icljoola In uth Carolina. Woapreal to ilie liberty lotlnif. CtirlHtlan leopleof the .Nortti for uld and aytnltath) luourvlfortl to improve the State and reatn a liivlier cirtllzatiou. McLnno expects toroeeive tho support in this movement of tho Tillinan faction of the dis contented Democrats, besides uunport irom tho HepublicanS; Oppoettlnn Ia Cnnireiiman Tlllm in. CitAitLESTOX, Aug. 27. TJio Democrntlo Concross Convontlon In tho Hocoud district will moot In Aikon to-morrow. This is the first time that Coneressman Tillman has bad sorlous opposition. Thoro are threo candi dates in the field Georeo I). Tillman of Kdee flold, tho present Incumbent: Hobert Aldrlch of Barnwell, and D, C. Henderson of Aiken Tillman has twenty votes pledced, Aldrlch tlf toon, and Heiidernan ten, A t'.ondlock ia prob able. Somethine ol a prossuro lias beon broueht to boarneuinst Tllluum, who Is nut lii accord with tho Adiulnlstratloii, but Tillman can only bo beaten by lleiidoicon, who has tho Aiken deleeatlon. Henderson, it Is said, can hold his deleentos till doumsduy, but cannot transfer them to Aldrlch. Tillman's deleentes will stand fust. The only way In which Till man can be boater, is for Aldrlch to transfer his votes to HouderHon, nml that is not proba ble. It Is oMretnoly lniirotinble Unit a nomi nation will bo niiido, ami tlio liepulillcins tuny Ihoroloro .-ut In u member from tliu. district. !oe A! elloufild on the Turin. Indianapolis, Aujr. 27. Kx-Senator Mc Donald made n speech to-nlcht In favor of tho Mills bill and lowutlos. Ho denied that freo wool would injure either the sheep rulser or tho laborer In woolen mills, but on tho con trary said they would be benefited. If tho duty on leather weic rouuecd ninniifac turcrfi could Inrsoly increase their ex poit busi ness and keop tlieir Inctories eolne ull tho cariustoiidolcletit months only. "it muy bo asserted." ho said. ' thnt tho futuro success of tlio ijinnufucturine enter prises in tho Uuttud BtatoB will turn lery ereatlyupoii the questions nfchoap ruw ran terlul. clioappliiiils. nnd chenp machinery, Our tititarnl ndinntaeos In tho production of cotton nnd our mineral ro-nurros ouclit to furnish us with ehcaii iav iiintcrlal In nt least tlio loadlne urtlelts ot iiianuli.ctuie! but cheap plant mid t In ,i mac lilni-r v i tin iM.ly bo meurcd bj - re-lu-il e the u tb i--i 'coi-iirj lobe uud ol tlio iiiiitiiii-Miiii liAaliut wliicll tl.ui a' ptfaeut no sulueil to." . , , ., Tim speaker declined tlint tnrlft iciiuctlous niielit to coiitlniio until an iimhubo hucIi as ex. Istod hen the lloiitibllciitis cume Into power is reached, about 1'J per cent. Mllla tVuuted at Wahlnon. CniCAtio, Aii.27r-Coi)Brossraun Millahas rocelied a teloernm from tlio Boreeant-nt-Arms notlfylne lilm of the action of the Hotif-o In io uk'titf all It-iiies of a fence Mr Mills hud itrruneed to bu nlu-ont Ion das. inaklni.' eiioechos at Vonkers. Now Union, and Boston, lie has telecraiiliod to Uiieaker Ciirllslo, arid will bo governed by tho lattor's Judcmont. In case Mr. Carlisle advises it, lis. Jllllfl wlUleaVO lor Waflliineton to-nlaut, . lie - U .' . .-, . ,.',ii, eaanHMadanBMaMaiaiaaliiBeainaaBMlB-BejauaTHBTflBTaBTflBTal GEO. LAW'S MUNIFICENCE. fitusiiNTisa DiAStosns asi xtosisr 20 lltlh.WH IX SAItJIOOA. A rhrek lor SIO.OOO la 'ol. Ochiltree, and 814,000 Warth of Dtntnonda lllatrlbiiled Atuonc finch Frlenita aa linn Mnrrny. Jerry Ilunn. .Ion Caburn. dnhnnv Nnnn ilrra, John llullcck. and Mltlliim Truer. Saii t-TooA, Ati. 27,-Oocirco Law, Mho is ono ot tho best known mon about town in Now York, nnd who is snld to baio nn Incomo of $200,001) n ) car, bos hnd n loiy cAtraordlnnry oiperlence mootluewith his sportlucfrlouds In Sarntoen. Almost eicrybody in Now York knows thnt Mr. Law. nlthotiRli interested in oxtcnsiio businoss enterprises, has a cront Hklnu for tho eocloty of horsemen. puelllRts. and ecntlumonwho havo a knack of turnlntr cards to their own advantaeo. At Irrceular porlods of tho year ho elves somo of thorn an opportunity for ontortatnment of tlm costliest kind to himself. He hns just closed a pro loneed session with thorn, nnd In certain circles ho Is the only subjoct of Impnrtnnco undor dis cussion. Last j ear's performances. In which a diamond nocklneo worth $20,000 was Involved, and which endod in a fleht nmone a fow of his ndmirors nnd others, made him much talkod of. This year his arrival was promptly tolo ernphod to New York, and sotoial of the men who kiiew'whon to approach him hutried to Hatatoen. Ho was welcomed by Col. Thomas j T. Ochllttec, who hnd a wonderful eye over him. and who acted ns Ills oseort It Is reportod thnt for theso serilees the lion -headed ex Coiieressmnn from Tevas rocelied the mae nltlcent stun ot $10.00(1. Col. Oclilltrco had been bottlnc rnthor freely upon tho results ot the races, and was somewunt Impecunious when Mr. I.niv arrived. The Colonel oxplnlned tho condition of hie fltmnclnl affairs, and Mr. Law drew forth lii check book and mado tho Col onol happy. But tho Colonol was not happy when such dlstlncuished ecntlomen ns Jorry Dunn, tho horseninn of Chlcnconnd Now Y'ork; Col. Pat rick Duffy, tho horsoman of New Orlenus; Col. Pat Shoedy. formerly monneor for John L. Sul livan ; John Ilulleck, cambler of Boston : Joseph Coburn, tho ox-iiuelllst; Wm. Traov. camblor: Johnny Saunders, ex-puelllst of Now York: Cnpt. McCue. small-fry lobbyist of Albany, and handsomo Dan Murphy, eamblor of Boston, who formed themselves Into u committee of ro coptlon nnd proposod to accompany Mr. Law in his rambles throueh this vlllaco. Tho Colonol. it Is snld. undertook to wnrn Mr. Law that ho would bo in very bad company if lio should trm el with tho commit tee. He oi en Insinuated that certain mombers of tho committuo would bleed him. To this Mr. Law is snld to bine replied: " What havo you boon dolncyoursolf ?" Col. Ochiltree was lerysad. Ho was mado still moro mournful when a small army of creditors, hearlne of his prosperous condition, pounced down upon him. Ono of these crodltors, who met hira in the Sarntoen Club House, throntened to brain him with n heavy cane, and mlclit havo mado a wreck ot thocallant Colonel had not Col. Pat bhoody Interfered. The committee sucoooded In toarlnc Mr. Law away from CoL Ochlltroe. and took him every where. Frequently members of tho committee found themselves "a trllle short of money. Althoueb they had no occasion to use any whllo with him. his handy check book mot thoir appeals whonovor and wherever mado. Chanjpncno was as froe as water as far as they were coucerued. Mr. Law had rooms at tho Grand Union Hotol. but did not wasto much tlmo In them. Whonoier ho did sloop the committee, which constantly ndded to its numbers, stood nuard in tho, corridors or -in tho entrances of the hotel and Awniui'I sawHkrlus. Onooftlic coruinltvo snld to-dni that there wob no dast upon Mr. Law's cont whllo tho committee was nround. Tho members stood closo to blm, patted him on the back, picked lraaelnnry spooks of dust from bin shoulders and uerocd with him In erurythlne. When ho said that he wits tho only man John L. Sulliiaauasafinld of. the committeemen said that they had beard Mr. Sullivnn say as much. One rnembor of the committoo, who looked like a tramp when he arrived In saratocn. said thnt ho had In on eut iuc feathers untuMr. Law c-nmo to town. Ho w.i-, soon arrayod In splondliirnlment. and. In stead of entlue ft.tthirs. partook nl the birds. On Saturday nleht Mr. Law was with tho committee In tho barroom of tho Grand Union Hotel, and the corks were llyine flora bottlos of chumpacno. Tbo members of tho commit toe were aereoable toutonthine he said, nnd ho observed a painful luck of jewelry umone them. Ho sent for Jucob Drelcor. tho propri otorof the jowelry btorolntho Grnnd L'nlon Hotel, and explained the sad condition of af fairs nmone tl(e commltteemou. Mr. Drelcer thereupon remoied n section of Ills jowelry store into the barroom, nml Mr. Low told the committeemen tomakethelrsolectlons. Hand some Dan Murphy choso a beautiful solitairo diamond rlue valuod nt $500: Jerry Dunn took u rlne set with rubles and diamonds i allied nl $050; Joseph Coburn selected n solitaire diamond rinu valued nt $750; Johnny Sauudors chose a rlue set with rubies, sapphires, and diamonds, inlued at (450; John Hnllock's choice wasu rine sot with turquoise and diamonds, valued nt$130: Wil liam Tracy selocted a diamond rlne valuod at $500: Cspt. McCue was lucky onnucli tosecuro two diamond rlncs and $5uO In inonev. Thon Mr. Law. not seeiue anything upon the trays which he thoueht would strike tho fancies of Col. Putrlck DulTy and Col. I'.it Slieedy. took from his pocket a nalr of diamond enrrlnes i allied at $1000. Heoffored ono of the ear rlae to Col. Duffy and the othor to Col. Hlu-edy. To Mr. Law's astonishment the Colonels de clined to nccopt tbo enrrlnes. Mr. Law looted up the bill und paid It. Then seieiul members of tho committee borrowed monoy from Mr. Law and called for champiteno, which Mr. Law paid lor. All day yesterdny nnd to-day the committee men havo been teastlne like lords. They hnvo found frcqtiont occasion to dh-play their ellt torliiK llrmers, nnd huio boon olteti nsked. "VNhnt tlmo Is It by your diamond rlr.e?" There is naturally n bitter feollne amone tho memborsof thecommltteoand Col. Ochlltreo. Ono momlior sold that Col. Ochlltroe was so hard up that lis would hum tried to borrow money fiom an Indian clear stand before Geoico Law arrived. Jerry Dunn was espe cially pleased otertho fact that besides soour ine a diamond rlne. Mr. Law envo him bis dia mond collar button, worth (l.oou. Cnpt. McCue, who is sometbine of a lobbyist nt Albany, was tbo llrst to discover to-day til it Mr. Law had been spirited away from tho Grand Union Hotel. Tho Cuntaln had lust been I sliaied, nad hnd offered a $100 bank nolo to the barber, eajlnp: "Take your monej out of that, it is the smallest I have." The Captain is tho member of tho committoo who It was said was Ililncon feathers until Mr. Law camo to town. Tho Captain has n military bear Ine, and last year knocked down tho Khorlir of the county at tho rnco course) In endeniorlne to protect Mr. Law, He Inquired of one of the hotel clerks fr his ' friend Georeo Lnw." The clerk thoueht that Mr. Law was not anxious to sua tbo Captiiln. Thon the Captain became noisy, and nn hour later in thelCourtll ousnttasllned $'5,50 fordis turblue the peace. Durlne tlio day Mr. Law's valet orriied from Now York und took him to a place of seclusion far from the committee, The members am now eroanlne becauso they bnie lost him. They hoed to secure horses, lands, and moro jowelry flora lilm beforo his dopurturo. ANOTllr.lt ACCOUNT. SiwTooA, Aue. 27, Oooree Law loft his beautiful country sent iieurl'unibrldeo, Wash iiiKtan i-oimtj. last iH'ok. and camo to Sarnto en. He stotn ed at tlm Grand Union Hotel ami soon beenma piouiltioiit tor tho mnenlll. cent manner with which ho entertained his friends. Oneol bis nets of ceneroslty was tlio prosoiitntlon of diamond rlncs to a dozen or more of his companions. On Saturday after noon, while In the barroom of tho hotel, ho or dered from Jacob Drelcor, jowellor of 1,182 Broadway, Now York, nnd who bus n branch store hero, a tray of dlnniond rlnes to be. broueht to blm, nnd sestiiie, himself with ull tho illenlty of a klne upon his throno, with lilt Iriends iiln nt lilm. ho lilted upoiiii Unci of on.-li. uillliietlieiii tu luiiieiiiul , a, line, 'ilio vuluo ol tho rlnes, fitiiil-lnl b Mi. Urol -or, mil the names of those tiho lucuited them. Is ns follows! Hill Traev. 1,250:.Jiki Coburn, I1.2S): Jerry Dunn, $"50: Dan Miirplij. $5;0: Joe Saunders, $4S0; Jack Hnlleck. $fiC0: Pat Slieedy, tl.soo j Put Dully, $1,500; Cant. Frank MoCae, $1,000. Otbor purchases of diamonds were made forellts to other friends, tbo whole value ataountlne to about tU.lXiO. , Bosldos these iirosonts Mr. Law made larce clltsof money to soieral frlonds. the amounts reaclilne In foieral Inslnncos to II.ikh). He lni in ro this ii o-t t n I n chnreoor niimnwlio b.ul i-nniu fm- bun. Two jiiir it-pi while heie Mr. Law caiu u woniaii a fiUOUO dlatnond neekfice. which was nflerwardfountl behind the bed, where it bad accidentally fallen, and was supposed to have boon lost t .Law's Beneroslty Is the talk of Snratoaa. He is tiia son ul Uio Into George Law, who had tlio contract for btilldlna tbo orlslnnlCrotonnntie tltict. and made his rortune In the Sixth, Elehth.uml Ninth avontto horso rnllroads and In oporntlnB the Brooklyn ferries. Yottnir GoorceLnwU iibout 45 years of nee. nnd Is a Inreo portly mhn ot marked nppcaranco. His florid complexion, smooth faco, and white fremnttirely turned hnlr are (amillnr yt ihe hontros, Delmonlco's. nnd the lloflmnnllouee. le owns several fast horses, and Is fond of the turf. Ho owns the ble house In Filth nyentie which lils father built and llied In. His father Btnrteci him in life itsnstablo hnnd on one of the horso car roads, and he worked his way up to bo superintendent of tho road. The sportlne men sny thnt those who profit by Mr. Law's eenoroslty when he is In tho mood do so by alwnys neroolne with him. Mr. Law liken to chidloneu niiclllsts, and does so vory often by nnnounclne that ho can whip thorn. If they say "Of courso you can." or. porhnpB, nllow him to prnctleo on them, he Is almost cettnln to rownnl thorn with nhaniUome present. This comes blxli. but Mr. Lnw seemB to enjoy It. Thoro is no doubt tho othors do. TUIS TIME HIS 1TAS 1NSOCBXT. An Old 'niter Falaety aad T Mra Chance Aoemed hr a JVaw Tblal. Bnmuol Harris, CO yonru old, who had been a thief for thirty-five years, was arrested on Aue. 7 by Contral Oflloo clctoelhos on sus picion. He was lut bo noxt day. IIo told In spector Byrnes that he was tlied of boine a thief and wanted to loud an hono9tlife. He said ho had a brother who was a well-to-do trades man In Ktmland. and ho would llko to bo to hira. Tho Inspector bollovod Harris was sincere, and told hltn thnt ho would help him to be honest to tho oxtont of buylnehlm a ticket to Lliorpool. He told Harris to como la at noon on the followlne day aud t-et tho ticket 1 hnt nleht Mrs. Saul, a bonrder at Mrs Henmont's, 121! West r.loienth street, and Kato Morrlsoy, HI mars old. a waitress thoro, came to the Central Olllco nnd roportod tliHt two Bold watches lmd boon stolen from Mrs. Saul's room thnt day. Tlioslrl Bald sho had seen a strnnco mini with black whiskors co out of tho houso that moraine. Hhowas positive that sho would know the mnn 1! sho Baw him ncaln. Mrs. Saul said that sho had soon the man de scribed by tlm sonant In Trent of tho house, but sho would hardly bo nble to Identify him. Thoy looked nt tho lloeues' Gnllerv. nnd Miss Morrlsoy picked out picture U07. It was Har ris's photoeraph. Noxt day. when Harris camo around with a lieht heart to cot his ticket for Kncland. In spector Byrnes asked him If bo would stand nil with twelve othor men to poo if a criminal amone thom could bu Identified, and Harris had no tboucht thnt ho hlmsolf was under suspicion. Miss Morrlsey and Mrs. Saul looked over tbo men, and MlsMorrlsey picked out Harris. Ho wns told of tho robbory, but protestod his entire Innocence. IIo was arrest ed, howoi or. nnd held for trlnl. Inspector Byrnes Inclined to belleio Harris Innocont, and ho sot two detectlies to watch Knte Morrlsoy. They enw her leuie the board ine houso nearly oiory nleht nnd followed her. Thoy discovered thnt sho went to a place where sho mot a couple of you tie men. and re ninlnod all thoovonlnc. They arrested one of the youne men, and found out that she had elion him a cold watch. Sho told hira that tho watch was erven to her mother to be eiven to beronhur seienteenth blithdny. Mrs. Saul identified the watch as hers, and Knto Morrlsoy was nrrostod jesterdny. Sho told Inspector Byrnes thnt slio stolo both wntches from Mrs. Saul's room, nnd that she did not know Harris, but bad pickod out bis picture at random. .... She will be arrnlened at Jefferson Markot Court to-day. Ths Inspector Eent to the Tombs for Harris, and had a talk with him. Harris was oierjoycdat tha news. He was first ar rested in London, and spent seven yoars in prison thoro beforo he came to America. Ho has boon In prison soientecn yoars In all, and nearly eiory time it was for stealinc watches. FiailTINO FOR THEIR HOMES. The Settler an the Maxwell Grant Bar They ara Unjn.llr Treated. Penveh, Col., Aua;. 27 Tho troublo at jlaiwell land crnnt has been brewlne ever slnco the Supreme Court of tho United States confirmed the titlo to tho crnnt. Tho crnnt was orlelnallvmado by the Moxlcan Govern ment to Bcatibian and Miranda, two Mexicans who received OG.liOO acres ot land providing that they would cultii ate the same. Tboerant now contains 1,750.000 acros. Tho manner In which the erant crew to Its present propor tions Is one ot the ciiubos of the trouble. Tho settlers lirlne within the boundnry of the crnnt chitrccd thnt tho original property was en larged by fraudulent means. Tho hlebest tri bunal in tbo Land Department has bold, how- cier, thoro was no fraud, and refused to set asldo tho puteat eruntcd by Congress. Hun dreds of settlers have improvod homes and lived thoro so many years that they considered themselves rlehtfully in iossession, and look upon the threntenod ejectment as nn outnteo boon nftcr the Hupreme Court decision the crnnt neoplo proposed to imrcliuBe the settlers' improvements at the markot price, or they would sell them tho lund at reasonable llcures. Many sottlers accepted the proposition, nnd sold out or purchased lands at a price rnoeine Irom $1.50 to $10 per acre. The erant company claims to treat the settlers justlj.appraislne tho stock and Improvements at a fair value: butcharees havo been mndo that in many Instances set tlers hao been ustod to pay an exorbitant price for promises upon which they havo been lIiitiK for mnnvieitrs. The settlers nro now up iti arms, and h.tvo been led to it by the in cendiary talk of certain evll-dlsposod persons. Thoy are undor the Impression thut thoy nro Jlehtincfor their homes and families. J ho iminneers of the Muvwell lund erant Inst nieht swore out warrants for the arrest of six teen men who participated In the troubles at Ktonowall. on tbo charee of riot. Writs of ejeotment aealnst n hundred others wero also sociired. and tho United States Marshal leaves to-day to serve them. It Is feared thut the sorvlneof theso papers will cnuso another out break nnd porhat s moro bloodshed. Wamiis .ion, Aue 27. In tho Houso to-day MruJosnph ol Now Mexico Introduced a resolu tion directinc the hocrotnry ot the Interior forthwith to examine into the occupancy oi tho Maxwell land erant by thnsn who hold ad versely to tho party or nnrtlos In whom tho title thereto lias boen docidod to be by the Su preme Court of the United States, ana to ro portto Conirress. without unnecessary delay, the extent ol each adverse holdlne, the value of the land embraeed within such holdlne, and the initio of tho Improiomente theroon; und nlso the time when the holdlne was llrst occu pied, nnd tlio unmes of the parties who now posters the snmo, with a view toindemuily such adverse claimants for expenditures they have incurred in eood faith. Durlne the pon deucy of suchluvesticatlon and report there on, all writs of ejectment are to be temporarily suspended, Hferrod to tho Committee on Private Land Claims with leave to report it at any time. ma fvkest tutus, Tonrna tn the BIlcMcun Fanlninla Partly Jleatroyed. MAnQunrrn, Mich., Aujr. 27 roreat fires are rnciuK alone tho ralliotul lines In tho pe ninsula. At Mumford tweuty-flvo bulldlnes were burned. causlnc a lossof $15,000. At Car ney, the Menasha Wooden Ware Company lost 600 cords of stales, a barn, and forty tons of bay. Brown A Co,, in bark nnd cedar posts, lost $2,000. It is fearod that In the back dis tricts there will bu loss ot llfo. Nkoaunrk, Midi., Aue. 27. It Is difficult to cot reports about the forest fires near Nadeau, but it is bolloied thoy aro worse than at llrst reported. Movorul bulldlnes were burned last nleht, nnd tho vlllnao is eolne by piecemeal A numbor ot families llvlne on farms near the vlllnee escaped with notlilne but thelrclothes, and are now Peine cared for nt Ilowors, Ow lneto the Humes and stnoko It in impossible to tell whether tho people'liiluc further back from the siiltleiuonts havo lost their Hies or not. 'iho heaviest Im, -rs uro the Menasha oodomvuro Conn am nnd Jliilluu X I unify. The lortoer loes Jfi ium i u stuif. Ac,, nnd tbo latter f23.uu0 on htilldlmju mid wood. Tlio C'hluaeoiitid Nnithwesluin Hallway Compuuy lost $18.1100 on cars and bulldlnes. There aro mnni-Hiiiall losses. .... At Mumford four charcoal kilns and all tho bulldltiBH were levelled to the urouad, cattle and horses were burned, and numbers of fami lies nro left with only the clothlnc on tbelr bucks. A special train took the women and children to Powers for safety. Trrin- It. lii mid If nil Hurra, Nrw lli.iiroiiP Alt'?. 27.- tprrtllo tem pest und hail stoitu, tbo severest In ) ears, sat In about 2 o'clock this afternoon, the rata fall, jne In torrents. Hullstones fell as lares as murblos. A load of cool on, Betliel street was Wad down Uie MIL f. J DOWN WENT TIIE PLATFORM. coitosEitLicrrAKD eo oTitmis luitonx TO THE allOUMt ANU lXUVXSKIh A )Tloy nhe waa Flaylar Tfnder Ihe nllnnd at the IlnnrartaM.Amerlcan Brmorralln KattnrMlUa Mretlnr, Killed, and Olht-ra NIUhtlT Unrt-A Median's 8 ml Kndlnr. Tho ratlllcntlon mcetlnpof thollunenrinn Amorican Domocratlo Assoctntlnu held last nlcht in Kast Houston street ended In dlsnstor. The platform, which had been erected In tho afternoon lor the spenkers nnd Invited eucstn of tho association, fell, carry I ne with it about Blxty persons, nnd killinc Harry Qrcenbnum. a nine-year-old boy, who lied just run under tho plat form. I'iie other persons wore Injurod. The police had just driven out a numbor of children who were under tho platform, or tho accident would have resulted in a more sorlous loss ot life. The committee who had charee of tho oxer cisoseneaeed Charles Lnndsuinn of 149 At torney street to build the platform for J-JO. It was erected in what is known as East Houston senate in front of 205 Lnst Houston street, and it was remarked by a number of persona In tho afternoon thnt tho platform wns care lessly and Inseouroly built. The stand was about four foct from tbo nround In front and roso erndtially to n helehtof between flvo and six feet In the renr. It rested on benms which were supportod by tliroo rows of wooden horses, threo ton row. There wore six slender lees to onch horso. Whon tho spoakers and tho members of tho club tramped upon tho stnnd and took their seats it was too much for the slender supports. and threo or four of the lees on the oast side oi the platform snapped under tho w oleht of nearly a hundred men at 8:15, just as Coroner l.ovy bcean to speak. Tho whole structuio totturcd ior an Instant, and thon suddenly collapsed with nornsh, cnrriine the men down with It. A scone of tho wildest contusion followed. Tho croud of oxcited Poles, J even, nnd Huncnrluns who packed tho square rushed forward to boo whnl hnd happened nnd nearb overwhelmed the unlucky mon strUBHtlue to fieu them selves from thoivrock. ltoundsmnn John V. Smith ol the rlfth street collce, with tho ton mon undor his command who had been do tnllod to tha lueetlnc, bent back the ciowd. Coioner Lovy fell on top of Max Hands ot 105 Huffolk stroot, who hnd acted us a cushion for the ilotiehty Coroner, who escapod unhurt. Kdwln L. Abbott. Moes Mehrbuch. iloln Mclt nor. and Col. Joseph Roller, who weretobnio been tho speakers, crawled out to llnd them selves uninjured. The raujorit eotofl with out aseratob, but theie woro a few who were not so lucky. They were: Iltnace clrant of JO Norfolk .treet, rltflit lez truioed. h.r Alderman 1'tilllp llenjamluoi &f Norfolk street, leff levarelj brulkeil auil bead cut. Ulctaael Weitlieliuer o( lUULait Seventh meet, rljlit ley cat Jacob Rnnipf of in Clinton ureal, lex Inptreil Morrll Uartman of ta,t 10.lth street, unlile gpralned. A number of women wero knocked down and trampled upon In the excitement following the crash. Mnry Swebort wiib seiorelv Injured In the back, und wns enrried home by friends. Another womnn, whoso name could not bo learned, had her ankle sprained. The oleht musicians escaped serious injury, but their In struments wero bent and twisted so as to bo useless. An nrabulanco was summoned, but was not needed, as the injured mon wero carried to their homes in carrlnoes. Whon the broken boams and boards hnd been cleared away by the police, tho dead body of a nine-year-old boy with his head crushed In was found under one of the bonms. Ho was identified as Hurry Groenbaum, who hud crawled underneath the buntine which sur rounded tho platform on all sides. The body was taken to the police station, nud nl 10 o'clock an undertaker curried it to tho homo of the boy's father nt 301 Houston streot. ltoundsmnn Umith enys thut his men hnd haid work to keep tho boys away from tlio platform Dofore the meetlne began, and sev eral times be had to cirlie a crowd of boys from underneath tbo platform, where they had con cealed themsevcH to sco the fun. When the platform beenn to totter Pollccmin Kiernnn was st.indlae nenr It. In an instant ho put his shoulder io the sldo toward wliieli tlio structtiro was tnlllne. but It was n futllo effort. Down went the platform with its loud, strijipine the oflieer's clothes from his side. 'i fie crowd on tho street was in an uely hu mor, and there were threats aealnst the so ciety mid tbo carponter who had built the flim sy structure. Tlio platform mis completely wrecked. Thoro was a pool of blood on the stones showlne wliero the buy was killed. ivottiviltlist.indlne the accident Itivasdeeided to hold tbo ratlllcntlon meetliie on tbu stops nt the houo occupied by the Monroo Democratic , Association at 231 Lnst Houston street. Com , nor Levy made n brief speech. II. Mltai. the j r-ecretarv. read o series of ro-olutloiis endois- j hie the Democratic nominations and platform. . and siooehes wero delivered by M. bchnitrer I ami Ilola Weltnor There was some Indietm- ! tionexpipssed by tho crowd that the meetlne should eo on after the accident. A handsomo campalcn banner was raised bj tboHuneariun American Domocratlo Association. Alter the ' speeches a bnmiuot was served and bitten woie read from the Hon. a. b. Co und ottiers who hjtd been luvlted to speak but could not bo present. Charles Landsman of 140 Attorney streot, tho carponter who put up tlio platform, w is arrest ed by Hereeunt Wclslne's order nnd tnkon to tho r'lfth stroet station house at 10 o'clock. Landsman sus that, with his assistant and Carpenter Greonwald. he started to eroct the platform yostordny mornlnc It wus about twenty-tlio foot sciuuro and rpsled on nine wooden horsos, cmn of which, bo says, had three pairs of ices. Additional strctictb was eiven to these by cross braces, and Landsman sajnthnt tbo plntform could not havo eiven way unless the braces had been tampered with. Landsman cot his orders to put up tho plat form, bo suys, from Col. JosepliKcllor and bum Melner of the Lxecutiva Committoo of tho Hunenrlun Club, and he wns to receive $30 for theiob.he sunplylne his own timber, Col.Kollor snld last nleht thnt ho called Coronet- Levy's attention to the faulty construction of the platform before tho mootlnc. and that Coroner Levy said It was ull rleht, but Col. Keller wusn't more than halt satisfied. Ors-anlantlan nf Miner nnd Aline Laborer. Wilkesbaiiiu; Pa., Aug. 27. The Itecord to-morrow moraine will publish the followlne with reference to the moro completo oreanlza tlon of miners and mlno laborers: Win. T. Lewis of Shawnee, Ohio, Master Workman of Miners' und Mlno Laborers' Na tional District Assembly IMS, passed throt.eb Wllkosbarro yesterday, en route to Hcranton, where au Important conforcuco was held with Ooneral Master Workman Poviderly In refer-' ence to the classification of coke norkorsand others who are affiliated with the membership of tbo Miners' National District Assembly, but who, owlnuto a recent decision of tho General Executive Hoard. hove been attached to mixed districts. The result of the conference, we learn, was entliely satisfactory, and hereafter tlio work nf orcniillne tho mine workers, ulietherc-oul or coke, will bo pushed lorward by National District Assembly lMwith ereater vicortlian ovoi. Mr. Louis leaies Wilkes bane to-raoirow for Plttsbiireh, wliero ho will spend two weeks amone the Illinois ol tho Mononeahela ltlvor, after which lie will return and assist in perfecting nn organization nmoue miners and mine laborers of the Wyoming and Laokawauna reclon. Tn. Men Kidnap a Ilaby. CmoAOO, Aue;. 27. Laurence UutchlnRS, 2 yoars and 8 months old, was kidnapped from Lvanston yosturday nltornoon, but fortu nately rescued at the Northeastern depot whon the truln reached Cblcneo. Whon the little fellow was taken olT the train hoattiactod the notlco nf the pollen by his cries and frieht ened actions, and ho was taton totba wultlne room. He told his name, aud said he was pushed upon tlio train by two men. A well-dressed man camo to tho wnitlne room to claim tho boy, but ho bud such a sus picious manner that the police concluded to bold tlio boy until they received somo evidence of ownership The mnn disappeared, nnd tho clilld was takon to tit" Despla'n strciibtu tlau. It wns Intel delivered to It lather, Tho llnnanuy i!j Arrcatcd. Kingston, Auar. 27. Araout tho persona arralened in tho Itocordor's Court hero to-day wore Charles Miller and Wesloy Post, aced 10 and 17 years. They w oro acoused by Detectlv e Westbrook of the West Shore Hallroad of steal. Ine a rido on a trnln from New Jersey. Tho boys snld to the Court Dint they nnd run nwny from lni lionin In Newuik lasi Mcdiii'silny, .mil li.ul n ,i tti ', tin ii ii in-l i w rhtber iia toColomdo and iiuiLii iiioncyln tlm mints. They were put lu jail to await u reply from tbelr parents, who buio boon communicated Slth. A colored man, Frank Manz. from Cape ay, who was with them, was committed to , tbo peniWnUary lox lour raontlis, J, s I TllUrtMAN DUE ABOUT SEPT. UK All flnldnara and MadUan Nquare Garden Will ha Wnntett bv the Urntaeracy. At tlio national Democratic cnnipalcn headquarters yosttulay tlio Intorest wns main ly in the boom that Thutman Is elilnctotho tlckot. This intcrobt took tho foi m of lleuilne on his prosenco In Now York. It is now cx loctcd that ho will be lioro so Hint tlio mam moth nicotine of tho oarlycnmpnlen. with tho Old llomnn loi tho stni. can be held nt the Mndlson Square Gnrdon on Sept. 10 or thore abouls. Nntlonnl Commlttcoman Oolrlchs will endeavor to haio tho biemass nxctlne of the Unltod German Democracy in Ktelnwny Hall at such n time us to soouro Mr, Thurmans presence there. , . , ThoKopubllcnnheadiiuartorsonmpRlcn bnn nor Biitlercd an eclipse yesterday. Shortly aftor a resplendent Flsk and Brooks bnmier, pio suniobly tlono In iv nter colors, wus ilune to tho breozoa hundred yards fuither down tho nio nue, tho Harrison and Morton bunucr was pulled In out ot tho wot. . ., ., ., 'Iho national headquarters ot the Prohi bitionists wns foruinlly onouod yesterdny at Fourteenth stieotaiidl'lftli nionuo. To-day Gen. Flsk and othors will hold a conference. Tho Count) Demncrutlu District Committee) meetlne at Coopor Union on Thursday oionlnc will bo turned Into a retaliation mas moetlne. Tho distill tcotutiilttcostoeotlior mnko about two thousand parsons, nnd u ready-niado mass inuetinc Is the result of cnllluc tlieat tocntbor at tho County Committee's, reculnr nicotine. AMien tbu public aro also Inilted thon thorn is stltn to be it crush. The retaliation mootljis Is nol.nsnileht be supposed nt llrst thoueht. a return In kind for tlio Puiroy demonstration of streneth and denunciation of tliu Counties on Satutday nleht. It Is a moetlne to testify to the orennlntlon's appreciation ot Prosidoia Cleveland s retaliation me.ssiuo. Comptroller Mjttsieturmsl iotoidny from his twowooks'inealloit nt Ilichllold bprlnes. 1 llusujslio enmo b.uk nrepnied toii-otk. and that there Is nlent ot It for hltn to do. Ho found tlialbisolllie hail been inmdi d In his absence by Judeo Hilton, und renovntod by a liberal use of paint, inrnlsh. elldlne. and a very pretty pattern of wull pupor, with rloh ltoman decoration. . , , Mr. Mjors Is not n Hill man. but 'njsit Is all Hill up at ltlchtlold Many of tho Republicans sny they will into for Hill. The IJxecutlve Comtnlttpo of twenty-four mot at the Now Anisteidnm Club jostordny aftprnoon nnd discussed tbo meetlne nmone other thliies for nn hour nnd u linlf. Amone the speakers expected to bo present nro lioeor y. Mills of Toxns. W. C. B. Brocklnrldee or lientucky, Francis Kornnn of ow' lork, aud Gov. Green of Saw Joisuy. HIE 31., K. A.l T. ItEPOBT. The Hand Iludlv Run lloun nnd a Ueflclt orOrer Tllrce Mllllnn.. Tho Joint investleatlnti committoo ap pointed to look Into tho condition and nffalrs of the Missouri, Kansas nud Texas huudod their report jestorday to the Hxocutlvo Committee of the Board of Directors. Tliu alTitlrs of tho mnln road nnd Its constituent linos limo been thorouclily probed. Tho coimulttco succcst costly improiomentH absolutely nccossarj. Thoy j ret onimmided that tlio expenditures lor theso Improvements bo oMtnded ovor a i-erust of threo years, say CO porcent. tlio llrst icar and 25 per ci nt. each of two i are afterward. The ostlmated cost Is eiien bj the committLO to bo: Kor the Northern division or "in mllea $sis.t1ii for ttirTelia Uirlalonnt Tin mtlen &"HJ'J. fortbelutct national and Ureal Northern nf lit) ml!?., Sl.lsjcvToa AunreirJtlnK for j,:km inllcn, J.trie.O at The committee breaking of tho financial condition of tlio company, state that on Dec .tl. 18S5, tlicro was u surplus of $512.'J4'J. and adds: tn lsttlie lllwioiiri. Kama, and Texa. prorr iliowed a furplus ot earnings or flH.sm.2, airatii.l wlilch waa charged tho ilellcit of the Internailinal and Itreat NortBern Kallwav to Oct. 1. lsss.a before aUteil !H OSJ resultluir in a net deficit for that lear of SW.HU HI. In the same ear ihe eapemlltiire. for maintenance, were lino InrulTclciil. In iss7 tliero a u net deOclt for the yea,-oi rl .istHV, nna tor the present ear. to Auir. I. purtlv deiernilned atel inrtly e.ltniated. the de licit vrill exceed ;ul.000 making a total of fJ.SJ4.S4U. Deductlnc tho surplus credited on Doe. 31. 18-45. tho net deficit nppoars to bo $2.322,5'J7. tcv which must be added it deficit accrued on tho Intflrnntiouul nud Great Xorlliern since let. 1. 18Wi. whicb Is eiven. with Interest, at SSOO.OOO. niakine tho total deficit $3,122,007. AliUEbiait AXI hl'AXKEn. Threo rioya Who Nlnrted Out In Flzht In. r dlnlls Cnnae Io drier. John Williams, 15 years old, Charles Bruonor. IS, and Josoph Quirk, II, all of this cit) wero nrrostod yesterdny at the west end j ot tho Erie tunnel In Jorscy City. They wore wnltincfor n freight tr.tln to como nlonc. and they Into ndod to Doanl it nnd steal a ride to Pueblo. Colorado. Their combined capital wns '0 tents nnd Williams had besides un old navy revolver. Thoy snld they wero cmne West to llcht Indlntis nnd be covvbois. Thoy admitted tli.it they had run nwny from tlielr homes, 'their pa ants viits notified, nnd Into in the afternoon called nt the pollco station for thom. Beforo lenilnetho station house onch boy wns 1 lid faco downward on the radiator In tho berpeaiit's room nnd was soundly spanked, and told that if bo wus ovor found in Jersey City neala bu would be sont to btato Prison for life. A llnrber Fires nt n llactar, Chicago, Atifr. 27. Kobert Herman, a bar ber, this nttcrnoon ontored the office of Dr. C. C. Hieclns. a phjsiclun, und II rod two shots from arovolior nt him at closo ranee. Both bullets went wild, nnd a third, which wns fired just uftor tho doctor had crnpplod with his as sailant, buried itself In tlio ceiling. At the police station Herman declared thnt be had attempted to 1:111 Di. HIeelus because the lat terliad insulted a jotiue lady who called on him professionally a short tlmo neo. Herman declined to clie the name of the jounc womnn. Dr. Hlselns doclores tho charee utterly sround less, and says Herman is either mistaken or crazy, Slrlkera Imped Itm Frelsht Train.. Abiilanp, Wis.. Aue. 27. The strlkine hral-emen on the Wltconslu Central Railroad ara cms lnir much trout te A train attempted to start out tut nlfrht. tint the .oilers pu'led tbo pins and set the brake. Tlie lollce foroe was then caned out. and the flrit freight iratn vlnca Saturday was pulled out safely. Several attempts wero mala to nop ths train, but tha pretence of the police tended to prevent rioleocs. Tiro of ths strikers wero arreitea. A IlanUer Abscands. HiLisDiLE, Mich.. Aue. 27,-Chnrlos W, WM dron, cue of the orners and inansffer of the Watdron Hsiik of this cltr. has aUronded takhir with him monsy and securities animated at from futooo io aso. t"0. It I. reoorted that a Homau accujai anted lihu. tut till, ii oof confirmed lie ItaveB a vlls and tiro chlltren, but before lolna deedel a aruall ameunt of properly to ihein Tha bank ia dotQf bu.iin.as aud d. jiosltura mil bs paid In full. omaib.up on the Pennsylvania Itoad. PiiiLAnKLriiu, Aue. 27. A smash-up oc curred on His Pennsylvania Hallroad uaar Pevontbls muruluK caused bj afreftfht train breakinr lii two A dozen can weie thrown from the track and a number foil cars were set on fire und dektroyed. Tbatrslu hand, escaped without Injury, but ot ehilit tramp, who vera Bscreied on dirterent rarla of the train. to vrsrs cunatit tattle wreck, and lerlously. If not fatally, hurt. AU fraitlo waa stopped for several houra, Mr., Tuylar'a Klrtfnxa Itequest. Xknia, Ind., Aub. 27.-Mrs, O. Taylor died to day at Peru, and her request that both hands and feel te amputated, aud her heart taken from her to ly and sent io trance ror burial waa complied wltk Tha rest of her body n ill to burled in Somerset to uiorrow. ruuudlnus Jtsueol Itetallntlnn, Ottova. Ont., Aue 27. Tho Impression r-idvatln lure that tbe "rctallsllen" meatiirrsof the 1 nlted stsit-t are sure to ba put lulu force uMu tbres three mouths. bl-AHKH rJtUM TIIE TELEOKAPIZ. George Psrl. alias "Jumbo," a colored man was sr rested In ItuntttiKdon county and taken to Carlisle, 1'a. charifeil vvliti bbtHinrup the store nf J 1. ttumincl. In Ship) enburir He will I e tried at Nov ember court. Ilurr Hill, n tmtcliernf Ocoruetoirii tonn left lili jla.e of biMhnvs , n I r'ls) liutit an 1 has nut been srrn -lino Ills hor.i hui Uvn I'.uml a,it some letters slot paptr. he had aire fli'tuirreu inlil way between bis si ore mid resitience Hill had ucar,y louo on uls person and tul play I. suspected. At Mililaimtnwn. Oiweyo rounty. on Sunday nhrht, three farmers surer ld a burirlar while te waa crack. lnir" a late. They surrouuded tha bulldlnr and called upon lilm to surrender lie dashed through a window and ran hut was shot and seriously wounded in the tide lie refutes to dlsolose hit Identity, The man toon J drowned In me Hudson Hirer ot New burgh on Sunday, the luth. baa beeu Identified as Charles I olsoui. a band en the ciuvernment supply boat now up ilia rlrer rliltlnr the various lighthouses, lis was inU.rd on Thurrda) tha liuh Ue i a Norwegian ji,ii.' iMcir d an) hi. iw reutlw. la ibis c n 'r A o man wl is a i 4 i, s ri. o nam'-1. utelc urri.i In I ull.. i a, .uiut.i 11 rei, n i small sioro at r sit HurUlo under the name nf John 1) JDfru.r, which Is lbs name of a well knowu irruc.r, and ord.red larrs bill, of goods rrom wholesale dealers In hsw lork, Philadelphia, and olbsr plaeea. Uoat ot the orders wsra ailed, ilia dealers supposing that tuey were ttoUir Luttaeti Tfiui ths niiuuio taexatr. i ACCUSES A FELLOW OFFICE!!. .til 'WM POLICEMEN CALL rOLlCt!MA. PK.I.K- .SM MAX A TlllllK ' lie Is Arreafed for Cnrrylnsj UrT n Shtlllna'a , ,B AVarth f Lend llpe Heatcus Iinntcttlatr. U Ir, but flnvs he la not tlollly-A lrlauiier. J ! l'Rtrolinun 'Wllllnru rclletnan of tlm Kast '' II Fifty.ilrst streot Bfiund ollured his rcslenntlnn ! to UerKoiitit Norrls in tho station house nl 'J IB o'clock yesterday luornine. utter hnilne botn H clinrced by ltotindsmau Blnehnm with belOB II olThls ost nnd with theft. II Iloundsmnn Binehntn tloposed that lie had v IH seon rolieniRn enter tlioplumblneslinp of I'aul IH 8, Boleornt 318 Clurkson nieiiuo and cnioree 'II therefrom with lend pipoin bishoud, nhlohlie II onrrled up to Foily-tlilrd stroot ami rifth II avenue, and tossed into tho aron of fill, ut the II southwest oornor of the stroot. and In the , II basoment of which ho lmn been liilue with bin il wlfonnd llvo child rori. Mrs. b'ollemuD Is Ink- II Ine care of tho houso for tho summer. As scon II as Felleman crossed tho avenue Im was oil his H boat and ltlnehnm nrrested him. 'jl tioreeant Norrls wus obllecd to accept I'elle 41 man's rcsiBun,tlon.but lator In the day be went l to uctliiB Sutiorintondcnl Byrnos's olllce to lay "il tho matter before hltn nnd there he met Folle- Tl mnu. who had also como to oxplnln. Inspootor . Byrnes decided to hold i'ellomau until un in- v I vostlentioat-uiildbemnde. Inspector Williama, I alter iiuestlonlnB tho officers, as woll as Paul '.' I 8. lloleor, whosostoro It is alleeed Felloinun . I robbed, concluded that there wiib n strone m ennueh ruse aealnst rolleuuin to vvnrmnt the ; nuthorlllos in holdlne Mm. and he was looked A tii luspeotiir Williams eot nn uilldaiit frm 0 ono of lollnmnn's biothor officers. In which It j' lsallcLTinith.it rolloman has been soeu to leave t A Boleer's stoic cnrrylne bouiethlne on riino dis- ,! tlnct occasions. ,i On tho othor liniitl, Mr. Tan 1 H. Iloleer n!4 r Insiicntiir Williams that tho htuil lelleiiinn -,s togk from his Moro vohterdoy mortilnu: was : wotth not mora than twelve ient. and that the olllcer was vii'lcoino to t. Ho snld that three - years aeo ho had eiven ri-llomiin n keyto the place, lleilid not reinombei that ho had ever -" eiien tlm ofllcot- pornilLstoii to tnku nnithltiB ' - out of tlm shop When Inspector Williams - pressed him on Ibis jioint ho suid bo intent liuvouiien rellomnti tho perrnlssion nud then ,' loreotten It. 5 To a Mis' ronortor Mr. Bolenr snld thnt lie 1 hnd been mlf-slne articles ol value from his olnco tor more than two j ears, but did not be- i llt'i-o that I'dllcinnii hnd taken them. There ', wero many Miluabla articlos In the store which .i rellomuu could havo taken just us cosily ns the ? lend nlpo. A l'olliiiiin blmsolf snys thnt he took tho lead pipe, but with no oiil Intent. Ho hnd a little " repulrlne to do to tlio Irnneatoof the I-'ifth f! nveniio houso. and ho took iho pipe for this m purpose. " 1 ncvoi would have taken It." said a lio, "if Mr. lioleor hadn't told mo to takn auy little thine in his lino irlieneiar I wanted lo. ' Situ o 1 baio hud tho koy of Mr. bnleer't, storo 'S Olllciir Casliin ot my own precinct has been I? wnteitfiie mo with .nloivto innklne trouble. I tq think ho Is nt tho back ot this whole bust- 'fa nos " Oflb-cr I'ellemnn added that Cashln's j oninitv to hiiusolf tvasnn old storv, and lions- !& crlbod It all lo envy on tho part of tlint officer. i,; IVIIoiiuin hud a cood record on tho forco, "M which lie joined Nov. 1. 18S1. IlelsaOrnncl Arms mm and a menibei of Itcno I'ost. His k t case will curao up lu the Vorkvlllo l'olico Court M . tliismortilnC; j ' Msrar Hewitt Finds Them Hard lo 1'leuae. -j" Mayor now itt sent a reply yesterday to the i Contrnl Labor Union objectors to his proposed t plnn for holpinc the women who lost their jj work on account of their testimony before tho Jll Ford Committee. Here is the lettert jvl EW Vosk. Aug-. 27, lfiBSL JEf JTmertoAm. Corresporidtno Sttrtiarv C.L. P. t Sin I am somewhat at n loss to understand the object s ot your several communications. Vou asked me on be- o') halt of the Central Labor Union to organize a aubscrlp- i tlon for the relief of certain women ho had been dls- ,"l charged In consequence of having appeared aa wit ri neises beforo the 1'onl Conirresiionat Committee, t jjlf promptly rrplled that the women were entitled to in jgf ilemnltv.au.l that I would appropriate a portion of tha .jtl funds tu my pnstrsslcii for their rrllet lourrilythal tfi the Ceiural l.al,r Union will not at ow these womeu to r recede the rclivf, because I propose to psy It out of ? money wliloh wn. raised in the case of O M Hant. ?; tt horn 3 ou do not like i yl Itieemsti. me that these unfortunate women hare a -'3 frierance greater agattut the ('enlral Ihor Union than Vy he have agnlo.t the employers who discharged them f-l without cause. In Its narroa prejudlco It wilt not per- fd mil deservlna women in be relieved Irom the distressed m condition tn which they lisle been placed throuih no - t fault or ttuir own ami you prefer rather that they ft) ihould starve than receive the relief which yon asked .i for, at the hamu of one whom ou chooie to designate r a. an "enemy of oriranlre.l lnbor' . r Il Is evidently very hard o please you. tnt I leave the 't matter i tie hettle 1 between on and the unforipnata i women whom you thus condemn to starvation. If, bow. ever these a omen, more reasonable than you are. shall .t see tit to como to ihe Major's office they will be freaUd ft with the kin Iness aud consideration to which they are I entitled to and which you deny them - Z Asaan s ltswirr. alayor. ; Orleviintes or thn Itetntl Orocers. ' Tho retnil erocers, nt a meetlne held nt the- I llrocers1 L'nlon Hall. 21.1 Last Twenty third street, last w J evening appolatudflve of their uieinbersasaslandlngf -'i. committee lo negotiate with the ncalyorganlaed whole- " f t sale f.rocera' Association upon all matters eflcctlng the c retail trade The retailers have unoffiolal inrorrnatlou $ that the wholesale ticklers' aisneiation Intends to make v a general ndvani o In prices. The committee will try lo jO arrange tliat the larger retail dealers cannot buy ill- ' X'i recllyfrom the rellu.r. and msnurarturers and thus V-J undersell tbelr poorer associates who are compellsd to vu purchsse from the wholeinle deitlen The union resolved to have Its annual ball at LaxlBfi. ton Avenue Uperii House ou lab 1J, )-SU v ; Will There be n Hotel on the Iron Plerf V, ConeylBland.lt is said, is to have a now sum- mer hotel next aeasoa Acorapauyhas besn talked of T toerectaiuammoth hotet on what la now the Iron pier ' at West Brighton. It would be uudcr the supervision- -UJaB and manag.meut of Androw Culver. I'res'dent of tha fyl Culver Itsllroada tr. Culver aatd yesterday that there Y-m was as vet no certainty about the plans, lie said tha trtam money invested lu erecting thapler had never palda. .iHH dividend aud that the stockholders had talked of tha 'isyfl hotel ichemc t&m The, Weather Yxaterday. Sim Indleotedbyllurlnut'sthormoaieter: 3 A.M.. '1 73. II A U.7f:VA.H.7U'i 1-J.t. K3-i3.SU P. M. 7U; Scill a r.U7J, v r. at.. S7'j 12 midnight. tu: Av.raga, A !WiW T3. AVirags on Aug.27, 1M7. vn-i' -jRi ml Hlgnal once Prediction. fflt For Maine, Kew IlnmpBlilre.VermonUeastom X- Ksw York, fair, cooler, northwesterly winds, frosts in & northern portions W ednesday morning For Jtlss.schuietta Ithode island, tooocctlcul, fair. A cooler nrihw.urly winds. J (or the Ulitrht of 1 olumbia. Maryland. Delaware, .;; N'sw Jeney, es.tern l-ennayjianla, fair, cooler, aaaibs, i erly winda, veering to nurthssatsrly. M JOlJlAtlH Alio VI zuirx. J' 3 -'! The RsaCnmmlsilon will n-est today In the Maror's- -fej offlce, 10 make provision furllgbtlna- Hluyvoiant Park, O In order that it may te opeued evenfngs. t Coroner Lev y a ill distribute this morning at tha Cero- -ner sorties to the suil.rcrs by the Bowerr fire the pro ceeds of the contributions received by subscription. Jidgel'Atieraoiihs. granted absolute dlrorres to Ot 1 tills riotileia froul ilmtava Schle'a ro Annie I a.h from li iieorie II Lash, and te leanns Wavllelgh from Oeorge '( tt- Wadleigh. i, The man who waa found unconscious tn front of SS4 ., West Flftir nfth street at 11 o'clock Sunday night and taken tn noo.svelt Hospital proved to be rvUUiua Mo- Vay. Alcohol waa ths poison ha had taken t Collector Magone itartsd on another flying trip tt Traihlogtou vs.terday afternoon Before leaving he ap- pointed Frederick Kctchain of Putchssa county an as. slitsnt wetgbsrat 4 a day He a'ao promoted from. f CIUjOIo $1.21-0 pleies, James T. Ilubbell, Wlllism M. ' t'burclilll sndJotinW Knimons. ti . The rroperly of the Iiew Vork llsnlfold Book Corapa J nv at 22 to .-rt Itesde street wai lotd out lo Peputy hher te rn FIKgcrald ye.irrday for about fl.i Aibsrt II. tjL Jocslyn was President. James Uo-CounorVlcerr.il ' demand Manager and Luther W. FrssU Treasurer, lue jjU liabilities ars reported to be shout $15,ouo. .lijl William II. Mailer. on, bookkeeper aud collsctar for rMBI Ihe fcdlson KIsclrlo Illuminating company at MT Pearl fj street, waa held for trial yesterday lu ths Tombs Folic 'M t'ourt In uaai on sin charges of larceny, It is alleged Ml that bs collected and ennvertsd to Ms own ussi money "il collected frum customers of the company. Mf IVIlilsmJ Hen the accountant, who pot In bales of I aj i ngureami the Aqueduct Investigation, nude his appear. cQ anievcstsr'lay to tbe liepnriui.nl of I'ubllo Worka Ha rff, l.sllllretalneihy Ills lassetl commlHer slid ths Indira. Jtg tlonw thrrcforu ure that ilin depHrttiitnt Is next to re. $ ttlve atleiitlont at the hainli of tte couunlttee, if Juilga Pattaraou haa granted an absolute divorce to Jm I're.nm IV Kldrllg Irom Ids wlfs Louisa, whom ha 9 married Aug 3. INTO, and ths custody of their child, tSt I're.louVV. Kldrldge Jr The d.fendsnt I. an actress SB known as lnilaa sandford and waa shown U bar "1 maintained Improper relation, with John Toole, a tha. Xfi atrjeal man connected with I'ools's Thsalre. H John Wynne, the drlrerof the Belt llns ear that ran 3 over and killed Uyear old Josifh Williams on Bunday night, waa arrahinsd before Coroner Levy yesterday, yj; lie lestiried that the boy waa under Ihe oar wheels he- M for he could stop his horses. Coroner Levy held htm In tat1 vJ'Silisll In appear St Iho Iniineit H. Oil. I trlnystou , i 1 nf fix-tin r Ii street fiiriu-hed ilirha.l m I , , , i n ,n er i sde all rauin lu nn jesirr ' ,- i.. i) ii, the W I'aul ilnuiiiel a steward who died In , ""a a sailors boardlnjr hnu.e ou llurliiir slip He round thai v iv death was due to dysentery llumpsl had hseu out of 9 work, and was auppo.ed lo be peunllesa. but a bsnk m book showing rieislia amounllng to SUIT la the Sea- J men s Savings Bank waa found among Ida aflacta. llaia- i Stl U sat known la hara aur lalaiivas.