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W , THE SUN, -WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8T JlM - , 8 '
HOW JAPAN ARBITRATES. ..,r 0F THE VOTE .SrXTJJTO TiHff IB cosnmoxs. Ike f hl "d r Krh ""' " , iilluntK't "mart Tone In Crlllcltln ,hr adieu "f ,he Hawaiian Clovernment. VasiiIN0Tov. Sept. 7.Tho full text of tho .1 acccptnnco by tho Jnpaneso Govorn nt of tho proposal to nrbltrato its differ. "" wth Hawaii has been received hero. It J, contained In tlio note uddre-sod by Count nYnnia, Japanese Minister for Foreign Affairs, vg to chlmaiuurn, Japanese Mlnltor ' m Hawaii. Rn" ," ns f"ll0,v"!, I rff'l"'! on the Uth ultimo your telegram n0nclnB that tho llawallon Minister of Fur tln Affair had, in writing, suggested to you that the differences between Jnpun and Hawaii In rccard to tho rejected lminlirrnnta bo re ferred fr settlement ,0 disinterested arbitra rily mall on tho lGlh ultimo I also rocolved from jou a ropy of the'communlcatlon from Mr. Cooper to litch your tclcBrom hnd reference. The Imperial " ornment nro tlrinlv convinced that their complaints In this matter aro well founded and that their demands nro Just and L enable. Nevertheless. In a spirit of con filiation and In tho hopo that tholr notion may rontrlbuto to tho good relations of the two countries, they hao resolved to nccopt, subject to certain neconary limitations and quullllca tloiis, Uie proposal of tho (lovernment of 11a Mil. Accordingly, on tho 'Jth ultimo I tele irap'hed to you to tho ctlect that tho Jopiuieso Ooxernnwut accetcd In prlnclplo tho sugges tion of tho Clin eminent of Hawnll for arbitra tion and that the term and conditions of such acceptance would follow by mall. 1 now con (rin that telegram, and tho object of this In Itrictlon Is to explnln tho naturo of tho terms and conditions, an adhesion to which Is, In tho estimation of tho Imperial Government, essen tial to a satisfactory Issue of tho contemplated arlltratlon. The reasons assigned by tho Minister of For eign Affairs of Hawaii In favor of arbitration tnako' It alo desirable that tho award when pronounced shall bo of tho highest and most comnundlnR character. Consequently the Im perial Government propose that tho two Gov ernments shall, when tho proper tlmo arrives. unite In requesting that his Mojosty, tho King of the Helglans, may bo pleased to accept tho position of sole arbitrator. Tho Imperial Gov ernment are moreover persuaded of the desira bility of expressly defining tho scope of the ref erence not only in order to llghton tho labors of tbs arbitrator, but with tho view us well that tho decision may address Itself solely to tho actual points of divergence. Wo therefore propose that tho two Governments shall ogreo to the essential facts of tho case, and that tho arbitration snail be limited to specified questions at law and (In case tho award is In favor of Japanl the measure of daniagesUuffercd by tho subjects of his imperial Majesty. "It la due to frankness that I should sUto that, for reasons which aro fully set forth in another Instruction, tho lmporlal Government cannot consent to tho question lag of tho bona tides of the possession of $50 lr each of the rejected free laborers or of tho ipplicability of the treaty o 1S71. Tho Japan ese subject other than those belonging to tho Berchant eli-s shall be rcgurded as points of lime upon which the decls.on of tho arbitrator ! to be milled. , , "If tho Uoi eminent of tho republic are pro- i pared to meet tho imperial Goveruemnt upon tne foregoing essential point. It is not oppre- i tended that any dittlculty will bo experienced In arriving at an understanding in reference to iie-tlons of minor importance. ou are consequent! directed to communl- ' eate a lopy of this instruction to tho Minister of Foreign Affairs as the reply of the Imperial v Government to tho siiijgeslion contained In his aote of the Uath of June, You will at the tamo ;'- true urgent!) t.upress spsn him tho irspor- taoce from every point of view of an lmmcdiato resp-inse." hitracts from the Instruction given by Count Obium In the foregoing letter explain why the Jtponese Uoernmeat wishes to restrict tho scope of the arbitration. AU'idln, to Mr. , Cooper's objection to the ue of tho words "ar- " lltrary" and "eaprlcioiu" In characterizing -r the refusal of tho Hawaiian Government tu , allow the Japanoae Immigrants to land, Count ; otuma tays: "Mr. Cooper. I observe, takes exception to f the words employed by me lu critic.iug tho )i action of the Hawaii. in authorities. He will, 1 am sure, understand that 1 l.nvo no intention of main7 u- of o slngto epres-ion that coi Id not be ful' ).i id. I -i"iuld b oinccro v tratiUcd. lu tho interest oi .he neighborly scn- ooents which hute so long united the to I. eoun'..-ies. if I could rind an reason to moderate ( the ricua which I nave fell bound to formu i laic. But, unfortunately, tht-re Is nothing either la tho note under acknowledgment or la the more recently dc eloped facts of tho case ! tendln? to place the a"ts couiulalncd of in a i more favorable light. In my lnstruct.on of the 12th of June I expressed the tlrm conviction that the acta of expulsion ere In violation of treaty stimulations; were without warrant or doe i-occ.li of law. and in disregard of tho remedial rights of the expelled ImlrncTanis, J and also that thoc Immigrants hail been re strained of tnelr liberty. That Iniruction has tot jet been answered, and unlci3 It can be Ihown that tho conviction thus advanced was erroneous. I shall not be able to admit that an) ; word having u less precise meaning than 'ar bitrary' would a. curaU-ly describe tho nature Of tho proceedings complained of. "The unaccountable delay in the assrign- : ment of the reasons for denying residential tights, more espe iaily In resiicct of the pas enters per thc;ste.iinship Shlnshiu-Muru and ' Baxura-Mani, ond tho present attempt to sub- - Ultiite other reason for those originally ad vanced; tbe uncertaintv when or by whom the t ttTeral inquiries or investigations leading up to the act of expulsion were actually conduct Jd; tho doubt when or by whom the quallllc.i pons of the Immigrants wire finally determined; the fact that distinctions wero made between ) Individual immigrants who, in contemplation of tho treaty and the laws of Hawull, stood abso- j lately on an equal footing, and finally tho cir cumstance that tho new policy of wholcsnlo ' siclutlon was suddenly inaugurated without v ajj notlco whatci cr to Japan and In direct and ao&olite contradiction of tho pre-cxlBtlng prac tice, all unite to give he proceeding a charac ter In regard to which tho application of tho term canrlctous' doei not, I am well persuaded, exceed t' i bounds of fair and Just comment and condemnation." The Hwallan,Governmcnt.;Count Oku ma goes on to.sar, ha:pcisUtcd In shifting tho issuo concerning the reawms nsslgncd for refusing to fri!' H1? innnigrdnts to land. On this at count it enould not no occasion any surpriso. he bo "eves, if the Japanese Cjvernincnt i. cllnes to JlacuM the qutstlon whither the possession by each fi-M i Immigrant or 50 was bona tldo or ST. i ,,he in'Pcf lal Goi ernment," ho observes, malnUin that In the prcstnt caso possesi ion was prima fin lo evidence of nwnuisblo. Tho SI7Jt!lll?i (',u'rl"je'lt ha" fraukl and un JWvocal y admitted that each of tho rejected use imniigrants wa actually In possession of iiVi!! ." moreover du lareil that under tho SU i1 " v' '- (wslim la vynuiiynioiiH with !?''? c"'"-en"ently tho imperial Gov remont denj that at uny tlmo It was Incuni i?.. i, "i iha lu""lKruntH to prove that tho po Klon In question was bona Udo. Hut c til if iut burden had at first rested on tho iiurni li?rA l "a" shifted by tho action of tho aiinik.: . "ou,,r"'nt in definitely assigning Sihrlr"'''m '"r th,u W ot "pulsion without luiinn ln,0,l'-"liun tho! buna lidos of such pos Tow r..".'I,f'rin"' elriumslanrrs. It would ffiim Lu ''" 'ft'""' of t.lllle' ""Just nnd un Kih I ? ri'"" 'i)'on !' ijuui.rnntH to prove Lent ,,llItf"' K'lually.tho Imperial Govern- f thl n '."".iu ",!'.lt '." J0'" luo with Hawaii Sihii ? ,??"':" n ictlicr, th i"at' f wj i Wartor , r','" ""'"",' r- Koi more than n, StcnUv l,.fti i i1."rJ..U!? ' """"y bus been con- ..,iV"" " '"I'' lli.M-rnmeiilH. entiilcl ..V'1iV''"3,","1nu11 "aw.iil.ins nro ollke the ,,. J1';'. ,M,"'nt ,rBB'y- '"'" "HI"" "f ottnKrif'" ce"t ' lfilM in.throwlng resldei m 'i'l'i 'i",lrV,10 "'o trado. travel, anil if if !m r a" ".flfilans. without distinction will Mm , '."".' ul0,V Wl"' "ly rcconcllublo nrlitd iifT."1'""",1,1 "!at uo ty Is not rc til',:,;!11!11'111"". ""! ' 'u utterly at Coowr uiih1'"",,11'? KfuijiU upon which lr. I" i rward in .. "'."l "" JfJ'niw uulhoritles, JPM tii J1',0, ',"'," rutlon "f Hnwailans to "on of tin, ?, i"1"0;1, '"O.Jiorrowor intrrprota- , ment hVi ,n;uV ntilb , "awollun Gmorn And Sdn ti ,or ,ho "J""1 tlmo put forward, wnclu'fed wlY.' ,'v1entl'' "t 18MI was not mliu In i L' ." icw ."' 'ncctlng a mu 1 Inryhi I, '" UmM ,r "71. Dn tho eon Wtoirii. iJ ,1 V,ry .,ho nesotiatlona leading beon I h? r-.V,' "', """ '0v""H"n will pln.-S 't "hut tli if i ," "f u,;'Jturo or doubt the ineta ce o ti'1is!irlu,,H'Vl "" concluded t the BCliuraJ ? Tal' "ni1 "mt "8 ol)lct ' "HgrXn to 1 nT,1,0V n.ot "' '","urlze- ,h0 a 'w ex".u did l" Tcry class ot por- J OAnAim HKXATE MEETS TO-DAT. C""1 " r Aneitlon Treaty with 1 1'Hs ounlry. m tSiTZllV' hm-" -,,aroM 8ewa' "" UUI).r, ,er '"I HaW0"' bn" lnfu""ert the Cc al mo I ' ' mt Pre"ld,!t nole ''a ued H iitoi of i? ra,l',n ttlll",: "n "'"'"dlnary Tri"UJeu f"'?hTt? ,0"ll'"rrowforth8 WJe ut "wldiriDc tht treaty of mmcxatlon with ths United fetate. Minister BewMl con veys tho Information that tho session will bo brief, and that no doubt is entertalnod of tho ultlmato ratification of tho treaty. If tho usual custom la followed l'resldcnt Dole to-morrow will send a mossago to tho Senate, together with tho treaty negotiated In Washington, and will recite tho advantagos accruing to tho Islands through annexation with tho Unltod States, and urgo Immodlato action. Tho treaty having been ratified, a copy will be sent to the Hawaiian Legation here, with Instructions that tlio 8tato Department bo notlllod of tho couroo pursued. TOSTAZ. OFFICIALS STICK FAST. ome flernoa tn lla Itemoved nnd One Appenls to the C Ivll aervlee Commission. Wasiiinuton, Sept, 7. The Tost Ofllco Be partment Is having mora trouble over removals In tho classified service, and especially since the application of J. O. Woods of Loulsvllto, Ky., for an Injunction provontlng his removal from tho piaco of Superintendent of Malls lu that city. Ono caso camu up to-day, A carrier ut Anderson, lnd had bicn euspcuded whllo tho department was nqtlng on chnrges preferred against linn b tho l'ostinaster. Ha was charged with loitering on his roll to nnd " fixing up" his tlmo card. The carrtor wrote to tho Civil Servlco Commission aiidcomplninod that ho was removed bocauso he was a Democrat. Ho also contended that tho II rat man on tho ollgiblo list, who was llkowlso a Democrat, had been bought uff In onler that tho second man on tho list, who was a Republican, might bo appointed. Ho charged that tho bargain had been mndo with tho kniiwlcdgo of tho Postmaster. The charge camo beforo First Assistant Vostiiinster General Heath to-day, and ho notlllod tho Post master that an opportunity would bo given tho carrier to provo his charges and disprove thoso of the l'otttuastor against him. Another case Is that of Clinics W, Carr, who wa Superintendent of Station O of tho Chicago Post OHIco (Knglawood). Mr. Cnrr sccurod an injunction yesterday from a, Milwaukee Judge preventing hi removal, and tho hearing will como up on Sept. 111. Tho department expocts the caso w ill be decided by tlio precedent estab lished in the Woods cae, to bo heard hero on Saturday. Mr. Heath says that these ofllclals who wish to contest tho right of tho department to remove them or reduce their rank might hot ter obey tho order of tho department uudor pro test and then make their applications to the courts or the department. Gtherwlso they will bo held In InsubordiuMlon and will loso their places altogether it tho courts decide against them. AOAIXST A OOl'KR.VJXT.Vr PI.AST. The Bpeelnl Armor Hoard I'ndrntood lo Be Oppoed to tbe Fnterprlae. Washington, Scot. 7. Tho spoclal board ap pointed by tho Secretary of the Navy to consider tho cost of producing armor and report on tho advisability ot tho Government establishing its own plant, met at tho Navy Dcp irtmont this morning after having Inspected tho principal armor factories of the country. Tho board passed a week In Inspecting tho llethlchcm plant, an other week at tho Carneglos', and three days at the Illinois Steel Conmany's shops, near Chica go, these three firms being tho only ones be lieved to bo capable of manufacturing the class of plates desired by tho navy. Tho board's sessions hero will be devoted to the consideration of tho material at hand and to arriving ot some conclusion as to the advisabil ity of recommending to Congress that tho Gov ernment undertake to make Its own armor Tho facts gathered aro said to throw very little more light on the cost ot manufacturing armor than was presented to the Senate committee en gaged in investigating this subject last Con gress. Tho board found no dllUculty tn securing proper sites for the location of a factory, but it U thought to tc opposed to tho G-jvcmment entering tho nrmor-making business unless tho two Arms which now hae the excluslvo con trol ot furnithlng plates to tho navy refuso to forgo them for less than l'J5 a ton. The ord nance experts contend that SHOO Is a liberal price to pay for armor, and that tho firms will accept this If threatened with the prospect of tho Governmont establishing Its own plant. It AVAL AVrt.HST3ir.STS. SfcCalla eo Go to lia lllehborn flueeeed Htm rir Ccmdnlck'a Shorn Out to End. Wabhingtov, Sept. 7. Commander It. B. Bradford has been appointed Chief of the Equip ment Bureau of thoNavy to succeed Commander F. SI. Chadwlck. whoso terra expired to-day. Commander Chadwick will be ordered to sea tn chtrge of one of the new cruisers this autumn. Tbcappolntmeu; ot Chief Constructor llleh born to succeed himself was made to-day. The Navy Department to-day assigned Com mander I. H. McCalla to sea duty after contin uous shoro service of over seven years. Ho is ordered to command the Marblehcad, and will assume cliarge of her this month. This will bo his first cruise slnco tho vorago of the Enter prise under his command, when ho was con demned soverely for his conduct at Bermuda, and later for his treatment of a sailor, for which he wascourt-martiallcd. These naval orders havo been Issued: Commander II. Elmer, detached from the MarMe bead with one month's leave. Knulgn F IT Bryan, ordered to the Naval Academy hnslgn F Houhter. ordered to the Marblehtad. Knulgu 11. 1). McCurmtck, detached from tbe MarMehead wltb one month leave. Lieut. A. H7nolds. detached from Hit, Kan Franclaio and ordered home with two mouths' leave. Cadet U. Van Ordan, ordered to the HarbleheaJ. These army orders bavo been Issued: Iave for two month, to take effect upon the oom- Sletlon ot his examination for promotion at Fori onroe, wltb permission tu apptr for an extension of one month, U gruntod Capt. John W. Dlllenback, First Artillery. Leave for four months, to take effect on Nov. 1, ts granted Capt. Leon A. Matlle, Fourteenth Infantry, aUSIlOAT TltlAZS. The Helena and Wilmington to Leave tbe rlorlda Const The Annapolis. Washington, Sept. 7. Tho gunboats Helena and Wilmington are to be withdrawn from the patrol grounds around tho Florida coast and ordered north this week for trials nt tea pre liminary to final acceptance by the depart ment. Tho Annapolis, now at Hampton Koads, nnd tho Nashville nro to bo sent south n their rollef In a few duyp. Tho Trial Hoard left Fort Monroo this morning on tho Annnpolis for it forty-elght-hour trinl off tho Virginia canes pre paratory to her acceptance. On hex return lo llauiptiiii Heads on 'ihursdny afternoon tho Anucpolls will start for tint Florida count. Tho Wilmington nnd Helena after their trials may bo sen', back to patrol duty, but the probability Is that tho Wilmington will be assigned to the South Atlantio station and tho Helena will go to China by w ay of tho Suez Canal. 1XIIS. JtADCI.IFl'JS QUITS. Kx-lenator Illnrkburn'o Mere Nald to nave Deen Ineuiupetent for Her OfUce, Washington, Sept. 7. Tho l'oslrnaster-Gen-eral has received from tho 1'ostmastPr at Louis ville, Ky tho information that the controversy with Sirs. Hudtllflu over her removal from the place of pilvatosocrotary to the Postmaster by Postmaster Ilakcr had been settled. She held that her removal was duo tn political reasons, and that shq was taken from tho servlio bocauso she was n nleio of ex-Senator lllnckbuni, Postmaster linker was culled upon for nn ex planation, and replied that Sirs. Kadulltfe was lncomDclent. In the let lor received toclioho lati a that wi"rl dots ago two attorneys representing Sirs. KadelllTo called on him, and bo laid before them evidences of her incom petency. After going over the grounds thoy assured him that thry wore satisfied and would withdraw from tho case, 'lhcyusktil that ho revoke tho order dismissing Sirs. Hadclllfe and penult her to resign, which ho did. Tho case is now settled. saw YAitu sorr.s. Naval Constructor F. SI. IJowlos resumod charge of the construction and repair depart ment at the navy yard In Brooklyn yesterday and will have full control of tho work on tba new dryclock. Ho nut a double force ot men on tho dork, and tho work will be pushed forward to completion as rupldly as possible. The dock, Sir. Howies sajs. will bo as elllcleiit as any In the world. It will probably ho completed boforo the end of November, Commodore Bunco has returned from his vacation and tusumed command ot the yard. Tho monitor Terror was placed In dry dork yesterday for a general overhauling prior to joining tbo Worth Atlantic squadron. E. P. T. C. STOCK QUOTATIONS ow TAr nitJtR rniT,B xnn aoir aitNs mitr.cioien meet. Cnrbstone Itroheni Ricllett During the Confer ence In the Mills nulldlna or the Charter Iron Company's Promotfra Xevr Jersey Taxes Declared Settled, but They Are Not, Halt n tlorcn mon supposed to be dlreotors of tho Klectro-Pncumntlo Transit Company.whoso charter stands annulled on tho official records of the Stato of New Jersoy, wore locked In con ference for nn hour yesterday In tho ofllco of John Pondlr In tho Mills building, Whllo tho ronferenco was In progress, and for soma time after it adjourned, an excited knot of curb stone sjicculators thronged the sidewalk In front of the building, Thoy wero busy with tho quotations for Elcctro-Pnoumntlo shares a thoy wero carried to tho spot, ripe and hot from tho Philadelphia Stock Exchange, A member of the Governing Committee of the Philadelphia Kxchnugo was nn amused spec tator from the tlfth-story window of a building across tho way, "In that llttlo group," ho said, "and tho floor of tho Philadelphia Stock Ex change are the only places on earth I know of where a quotation can bo had on Kloclro-Pnou-mntlo Transit." Tho conference up stairs, as far as could bo learned, embraced John Pondlr, A. D. Ijumbortan, who shares tho olllco with him; Jnmos SI. Townscnd of Now Haven, Conn., who thrco years ago made n statement In the Latajclto Hotel, Philadelphia, that ho had bought his stock from Pondlr at $3 a share; Theodora Sellgman, a lawyor on tho eighth floor of tho SUUs building; William J. Berg, a stock broker In tho Manhattan Llfo build ing; William Alton Smith, a stock broker, nnd William W. Allen, an Insurance agent of 311 M alnut streot, Philadelphia, who Is known ns tho President of tho Klectro-Pnotnuntlo Transit Cciiiiimiiy. The others aro said to bo directors. William J. llerg. who was found at hlsofTlco In tho Manhattan Llfo building, snld that noth ing of Importance was iloun nt the meeting. Ho said thoio Were some wicuncles enused by reslg nntlun to he tilled lu tho board, but he could not recall the changes. Sir. Dorg was a-kect whether any stops were taken at tho meeting to pay the taxos tn arrears tu tho Stato ot Now Jersey, amounting, with penalties. tnyicVUO. "Oh. that has all lecn settled," snld Sir. Here. "1 hat matter was fettled up last week." "1 lieu the company's charter Is still in force I" "Certainly It i." On tho basement floor tbe knot of curbstone speculator wero surging to nnd fro. A. I). l.iilnbcrlou stood at the lien el post nt the foot nt the iHiliistrndo buBily jotting down Ilguros. They wore quotations. "where do you get them from!" he was asked. "Bight from tho Philadelphia Stock Ex change." said Sir. Lauibcrtnn. "1 tlas.nn annex ot tho Philadelphia Ex change!" "Well, whon wo aro prosperous wo call this tho 'open board.' When wo aro broke they e.dl us "tho curb.' Just now we are prosperous. Eiertro-Pncumatlc c!oed In Philadelphia to night at liv bid. offered nt "!." "Havo ou llxrd up tho New Jersoy taxos yet I" 'That's all settled," said Sir. Lamberton, with sereno confidence, a he discharged tho functions of Chairman of tho "oiien board." Hint was nil made satisfactory to tho Stato of New Jcrcy lnt week." In the olllco of the Secretary of Stato In Tren ton yesterday a Si'N reporter took another glimpse nt tlio book which contained the entry alongsido tho FJectro-Pneumatio Company's charter, "Void, SIny -i. 1S!7." It has not been revived, nnd according to i high legal authority of the State, cannot bo revived oxcen- by tho discretionary act or tho Governor. The Comp troller "f tho Stato has recelted no rcmlttanco on account of trio back taxes of thl company, nor any notlllcntlon relative to nn Intention to pay them. The Attorney-General' ofllco Is likewise In lgnorauco ot an) negotiations on tho subject. Tho legal ofilcers of the State only know thnt tho charter has been nnnulled and that tho period of ninety day allowed for It revival by tho payment of nrrcar. wltb intero-t nnd ro-cts, expired Aug. 11. The Governor of New Jer sey has power to restore a charter, under the peculiar corporation laws of tho State, but that power Is nn executive function exercised In tho pnmo manner ns reprieving a criminal, upon dim tcprcscjr.uvtlc.n Shut injustice hna been done and thnt the failure to pav taxes was an tnad vertenco. With the excoption of the year lfUO tho Klectro-Pneumatlc Company hns paid no taxes to tho State of Now Jersey Blnce 1S-S7. Just what was on foot when the recent ac tivity began in Electro-Pneumatic shares In Philadelphia, coincident with tho rapid manu facture of tubes for tho Government contract in Now Tork by another company, is hard to tay. wojiES JU3IP ron Tnr.in zims. Mlsa Bailey and Mrs. Jonas Canaht by a Train on a Utah Itallroad Treotle. SIataxvaN, N. J.. Sept. 7. SIlss Bailey of Slechanlesville and Sirs. W. Jones of Brooklyn let t Keyport on Saturdoy afternoon and wore walking tho tracks of tho Freehold and Atlan tic Highlands Itallroad toward Lorlllard's brick works, below Keyport. Mrs. Jones was carry ing a baby in her arms. They wero on a trestle work over a gullv, when they saw a train ap proaching. The two women Btood for a mo ment, almost paralyzed with fear, glancing first at tho approaching train nnd then down at tho bottom of tho ravino, twenty feet below. Tho trestle was a narrow one. having only ono track. There was no room for a person to stand at tho side of the track and allow n train to pass. Sirs. Jones's first thought was for the safety other child, and leaning over the sldo of tho trestloshe dropped the little one upon tho soft dirt beneath. Thon both tho women Jumped. The train rushed on above them whllo they picked themselves up from the soft ground where they struck. Mrs. Jones and her child were uninjured beyond a few bruises, but SIlss Bailey sustained a broken arm. ItOCKKFELLEIl APTEH SICK EL. Raid la n neadlng a Nyndloale lo Corner tbe Canadian I'roduet. TortONTO, Ont,, SopU 7. It Is reported here to-day that John D. Itockefellcr of Standard Oil fame, with other American capitalists. Is try ing to corner the Canadian nickel mines. When Prof. Austen Roberts, tho metallurgist of the British Stint, was hero at the meeting of tbe British Association last month, ho made active Inquiries concerning tho doposlts of nickel In Ontario. Also ho made experiments with tho ore to ascertain its ability to withstand pen etration by heavy guns. It appears to be taken for grantod that If his report to the Imperial Government prot os satisfactory somo steps will bo taken by the homo Government to dovrlnp tho Industry with a vlow to utilizing thooro in the manufacture of armor plate, and It Is not unlikely that this has led to tho present attempt to buy up tbo mines. It Is said the only hitch in the negotiations of the Rockefeller syn dicate, which now holds large interests In the mines, is that somo Independent mine owners will not sell nt tho price offerod. Thlsprovents tho syndicato from getting control of tho market. TO HVILI) EOVADOIl ItAIEItOAIiS. A Twelve-Itlllllnn-liollar Corporation Vormed ' In Kf-w Jersey. TIMCKTOK, N, J Kept. 7. Tho Guayaquil and Quito Itallroad Company fllod articles of Incor poration at the Secretary of State's office to day. It is capitalized at (S12,282,0UO and Is formed lo construct nnd oporato railroads In Ecuador, South Amoricu, for which franchises havo been obtnlnod nnd contracts mado. The grant was mado by tho Assembly of Ecuador lo Archer Harmon of Louisville, Pelor Coopor Howitt, of Now York, and T. H. Powers Farr of Orange, N.J. The company paid an incorpora tion fee of v.,4jiii. Its incorporators are Peter Cooper Hewitt, Gcorgo Huadly, Nelson B. Burr, Charles II. Leo, E. Hopo Norton, and John C, Kllbreth of New York; Archer Harmon of Iouls villi). Ky,; Robert SI, Thompson and T. II. Pow ers frarr of Orange, and Peter F. Durmont of Purls, Frame. Cen. Collla'a Estimate for lraua. Several provisional estimates of the expenses of city departments for 181)8 were received by tho Board of Aldermen yesterday. Gen. Colli estimates the expenses ot the Public Works De pal tmont for the coining year at Sl. 1170,000, as iinlnst.fH,lllU.lt'i; appropriated last year. The Poll Commissioners will ask lor 47,0.1n,030, mi Increase of 71,001 ovor 18117. Sheriff Dam sen estimates tbe expenses of his department at i:iO,DBi!, or SI. 000 loss than last year, because tliosuliiry of his successor under Ilia new char tor will bo B,000 a year Instead of 1V!,000. Tho Commissioners of Accounts ask for if 05,000. utbDeia, B. t., Knjolned from Issuing lllgh way llonds. Justice William L. Bmlth of the Supreme Court In Brooklyn granted an Injunction yes terday restraining tbe town of Southfleld In Richmond county, Htaten Island, from Issuing 140 bonds, each for 1(11,000, for the purpose of building and Improving tlio highways In tbo town. The action was Instituted by Maria Ghlgllone, u taxpayer, who said that) If the bonds wero issued the town's indebtedness would exceed the legal .10 per cent, limit. MUfSBS TO DECIDE TO-DAT. Convention te Consider the Strike Compromise to Meet In Colnmbns. CoMJMnos. 0., Sept, 7. Delegates to tho National Minors' Convention to bo held hero to morrow to ratify or reject the compromise agrocmont of tho minors' Executive Board nnd a cominltteo representing tho coal operators, which was reached at conference hold In this city last week, nro arriving tonight, nnd It Is predlctod that tho couvontlon will bo tho largest in the history of tho orgnnlzntlon. Presi dent Itntchford and Bocretory Poarco nro confi dent that tlio agreement will bo ratified, and they do not hosltnte to say that a grave mistake will bo made If tho convention refuses to tako such action. , President Carson of the Illinois Sllnors Asso ciation and Secretary Kennedy, representing tho Indiana organization, say that the minors of their respective States will not accept tho terms of tho comiiromlso, and word was ro relvod hore to-night to tho rffect that Wost Virginia nnd some dolcgate from tho Pittsburg district would oppose its ratlllcatlnn. Robert Watcborn. former Becrelnrj -Treasurer of tho National Sllncrs' Organization, siiyH tho agree ment should ond tho strike, and ho says also that If tho miners return to work at n 00-cent rate It will provo to bo tho best conducted strlko In tho history of the organization In tho results secured for the miners. The npnosltlon which hns developed, liuuevcr, Is stifllclcntiy strong to leavo the outcumo In doubt. PiTTBDOlio, Pa , Sept. 7. The Columbus con vent ion will Bottle tho coal strike to-morrow if tho decision of tho miners of tho Pittsburg dis trict is concurred In, Amnvrntlon of Pittsburg coal diggers, held hereto day, his practically de clared for tho compronilso wago rate of 05 cents n ton offered bv tho operators. Four dolrgntos nt largo wore cloctcd by tho convention to go to Columbus with Instructions to use tholr discre tion and vote for whatever w ago rate could be obtalnod. This moans that the operators' offer will lie accepted, so far as this district Is concerned. DItOrK THE DEPUTIES AWAY. Coal Rtrtker. Aided by Women, Stone ORIrorv Who t'auie to Make Kiictlons. PlTTsnuiia. Sopt, 7. Tho first real riot of the coal strlko happenod last night and this morn ing, and strlkors were tho aggressors. Tho Pittsburg and Chicago Gas Coal Company in tended to evict a number of miners, preparatory to ailing tho houses with Imported men. The company acted ngalnst tho advice of other operators. Last night scventcon deputy sheriffs went to Gastonvlllc. The house they stopped at was stoned all night long, nnd several deputies woro woundod. This morning tho deputies retreated to Orangcvlllc, n mllo and a quarter from Gas tonville. They wero followed by 000 strikers, hooting and throwing stone. A party ot women met tho deputies and followed thorn to Orniigevlllo, also throwing sticks and stone. Bexornl deputies wero Injured. At Orangevlilo the deputies fled to a vacant house, which was soon surrounded by strikers, who in Italian nnd Polish cursed tho deputies. At noon the deputies hung nut a Hag of truce. They conferred with tho strikers, and were per mitted to retreat to tho rallrovl. They were not permitted to wait for n passenger train, but wero forcod to Uiard n freight train. William Brown, tho company's 60-year-old blacksmith, was working last night putting in tho handles of a lot of new picks ordered bj tho company. Hctcnl striker sllppod up to tho shop and atoned Brown. Tbo old man fell to tho ground. Ho was found by members of his family nnd was removed to his homo. Ills death Is expected to-night. snritiFF stopped the aiAnoa. Tho ritrlkers ear llatleton. Pa-, Meet Depu ties Armed with nines. HAZLrTON, Pa,, Sept- 7. Tho march of the striking coil miners In this region, which was oxpected to tako place to-ilaj, was stopped by tho Sheriff, who deputized 100 men, all of whom were armed with ritlcs, to check tho demonstra tion. An attempt was made to get up a march on the South Side, but the men were dispersed a t once. TheCnnrierry mlncH, nhlch wore vis it! ' by tho strikers nn Sat unlay, wero at work to-day wltb nesrli a full complement of men and boys. The Sheriff 's iiijim statlonod within balling distance at Audcnried when the attempt was mado to form a procession, hut tho services ot tho men were not needed, and tho) returned to this place to await further developments. THE RUIIVISG TUADES' STRIKES. Cornlee Makers (Jain Nome Vletorlro Var nlshers lo Oo Ont. The general strike of the cornice and skylight makers for an increase from $3 to $3. 60 a d.y began yesterday morning. The strikers mado their headquarters at the Labor Lyceum, Gl East Fourth street, whoro they will meet e cry day until the strlko is ovor. In tho uftcrnoun the Manhattan Cornice and Rooting Compnny, the Vincent Rooting Com pany, and eighteen other Arms granted tho do mands of tbe workmen, nnd 1 fiO ot the 500 men who went on strike will return to work to-day. There Is an cmulmors' association In the trade known as the Slato and Slotal Roofcra' Employ ers' Association, but only n few of tho members were iimnm- thoe w ho granted tho demands. Thot'ornico and skylight Slakers' t'nlon 1 nlllliated with the Board nf tVuIUIng Delegate, end if the strike is not "ettled by tbe end of tho week sympathetic strlki-s may In ordered ngninst all the firms which are holding out. Among the building inMilMil in tho present strike, and which may be Involved In smiia thetic strikes, aro the Atiirla Hotel, the Now York Savings Bank building at Fourteenth street nnd Eighth avenue, tho recreation Db-r at the foot of East Twenti -fourth street, new sclinolhoiise on East ltlrth nnd East 1117th street, n nw school on Ilenr) street, and a largo new school building at 1-tUtb streot and Willis avenue. Progressive Vnrnlher' I nlon No. 1 met last evening at tho I.ibor Lyceum and decided to order strikes against all employers who refuso tn pav $.t a da) for work done on buildings. Tho progressive varnlsbers are represented in tho Board of Walking Delegates. About HOO varnidhers will strlko. The tin and sheet Iron workers have been holding moetlngs for several days and nro pro paring demands to mako on their employers. They may strlko. Tho Touncest Walking Delegate. Slarcus O. Braff. tho youngest walking dele gate In tho city. Is or. tho executive staff of tho United Brotherhood of Cloakmakers. He Is 11 years old, and It was announced yesterday that ho was to bo known as assistant secretary. Ho Is one of four or live who aro sometimes called business agents and sometimes walking dele gates. Four hundred cloakmakers wero ordered on strlko yestordo) In Boeral shops for advances In wages. Aliout 1..100 strikers who gained their demands returned to work. striking Vestmakoni lYlnntnr. A stnmpedo of contractors rushed to the settle ment headquarters of tho striking vestmakers, nt Oil Pitt slrect, )csterday, to sign agreements with tho union. Business Is brisk now. The strlkors demand an Increase of 25 por cent. Yes terday opening about -DO contractor had signed agreements nnd gh on bonds for the car rying nut of the contrnct for a ycrr. They em ploy 'J.fiOO men and women, who will return to work to day. VARICOCELE. 11 mnni.AND BTTlEKT, BRATTLEIIOHO, VL, January 18, 1SS9. To whom it may concerni For the tenant of suf frrloa bamanlty I wish to state that I have been radically cured of a very bad cats of Varicocele by a quick and painless operation performed by Dr. II, U. Kan. of New I Tbe operation was par- 4 formed In tho forenoon J4 of October ni, 1803. The Jj next day I returned to PA my home a dUtancs of , A something more than ono ? hundred mUe-aoa went I about my usual business without experiencing any Inconvenience from tba op eration. Dr. Kane thorontbly understands his profession, and will do ovary time just what he advertises to do. IlBV. E. B. UORSC Free, Sealed and Without Marks. Dr. II. H. Kano'i remarkable Clinloal Lectures on the Positive and Lasting Curo of VAIUCOCELE, BTIUO TUBE, HYDROCELE, INFLAMED BLADDEn and EN LAROKO PROSTATE OLAND, and LOST POWERS, WITHOUT PAIN. CUTTINO, OR CONFINEMENT, Consultation free. Hours, 10-19 A, M 8-4 and 7-S P. M. Sunday, 14. 1 Dr, H.U. KANE, 188 West Bh it. New York city. Bill 4KlN0 POWDER Absolutely Puro UAltEAS COItPUS FOR SUODEX. H. T. nilion, Former Vnlet, Obtnlna the Writ Ilefore Justice .Indrewa. Albort V. Sugden, formorly rnlot for It. T. Wilson, nnd who was held In tho Staglstrntcs' Court In tVJ.oOO ball on a cbargo of larceny from tho Wilson houso, obtalnod n writ of habeas corpus from Justico Andrews In tho Supremo Court yesterday. Ho has bean In tho Tombs since his arrest. Stigdon alleges that Sir. Wil son owes him for dotcctlvo work, and thnt ho took tho jowclry from Sir. Wilson's houso to secure tlio debt. In his petition for tho writ Sugdoti gives his history and tolls about certain anonymous letters, tho wrltor of which, ho snyu. Sir, Wilson wished him to detect. Ho did not succeed In finding the writer of tho letters, nnd was discharged by Sir. Wilson. Ho got work as u detective on u linioklMi clentrlo railroad. Ho was discharged, nnd then took the Jowelrv from Sir. WIIou's hoiiFO, Ho tolls tlio story'of tho robbery as follous: "On thoCild of Juno I went to see James Long at tho residence or Sir. Wilson about H o'clock In tliooelilug. Tho gato was open nnd tho Inner door was propped open with n hit of wood. No body saw monitor mid nnbndy heard me, beeatiso I hnd n pair ut rubber shoes on, such ns I nearly nlwn)swcar. 1 Hunt up Into tho puntr to n-o Long, but ho wusln tho dining room waiting at dinner. I thought here 1 a gnd chnnco to get oven with Sir. Wilson until ho pa)s mo tho money ho owes mo. So instead of wnlting for Long to como out, I wnlkod straight upstairs, and I took from tho room of It. T. Wilson, Jr., and Robert (loelet, Jr., a iunntlty of money nnd Jewelry whlrh I thought would bo sufficient to pay for the $1, OIK) duo mo. I welked straight downstnlrsaud out of tho door without being seen bv an) one." When ho got to his room nt S27 Vnnderbllt avenue, Brooklyn, ho says, ho pneked tho Jew elry in a tiox to Rend to his sweetheart, Allco Porfcct, In I.omloii. Mugdenwlll bo produced before Justice An drews In the Supremo Court to-morrow. SOLICITED A MAGISTRATE. Women In m Cnr Iflnde Slcns to Flammor aa lie Passed II j. When Slary Leonard, the alleged keeper of a cafft nt 153 Allen street, was arrnlgned In tho Essex SInrkot Court jestcrday on a charge of keeping a disorderly house, Slaglstrato Flam mcr said: "It Is disgrnccfnl the way these caWs are con ducted on tho east side. This morning, whllo passing along In front of n cnf6, 1 saw soveral gnudily drcscd women sitting in the wlndw milking signs to men who went by, Thoy sig nalled to mo as 1 paMil. Iho most singular thing about it wns that only a few feet nwny I saw two iiollcetncn twirling their clubs una paying no nttentlmi to tho women." "Vnur Honor." snld Policeman Finley of tho Eldridgo street stiff Ion. who arrested tho I'on nrcl woman, "will )nu bold for trial thoowncr of this place If I brliu- her to court 1 ' "I will certainly hold her If jou bring before mo tno fame oIdi-iicu that I saw in self to day." replied tho Slagl-trate. Tho policeman left tho courtroom, promising to try to find tho owner of tho caft. Tho Leonard woman wns held for trial. A Wake Ilrld aa a Joke Arouse a, Jersey City Newspaper. When Lon Calhoun, an agent of the S. P. C. A. of Jersey City, was reported dead on Thursday and proved to bo cry much alive, his associates in tho society celebrated and supposed thnt was nil there was to it. The Jersey City and New York papers printed accounts of thesuppoed pust-iuorteiu proceedings, which were innocent enough, nnd ewrybody said it was a good Joko all around. But on Stturday the Kmiino Jour nal of Jersey City throw up Its hands in edi torial horror at what it termed "ribaldry 111 for tho loathsome feast w tilth preceded tho baccha nalian finale" and "a CJirou.il of mi age protli gacj undobw enltj." The ii.cnio of tieorgo SI. McCarthy. President of the rf. P. C. A., wns freely used. Mr. Slct'urthy. who I a prominent politician, was atotiihcd when he read of tho surpriso of tho rdllorlnl writer that the police had not raided the " ilo performance " and put n slop to its "degrading details." Then no beramo angry. Sim, he sa. he will bring cixil and criminal action for libel ngnlust tho editor, and havo the n- hilled corpso as ono ot the witnesses. ilella tlrannnaan Itemembered by JI ary llrstop. The will of SInry Hyslnp was tllrd for probate In tho Surrogate's Court in Brooklyn yesterday. The portraits of tho grandfather and grand mother tit the testntrix are left to Simeon Rol lln'on of Orange, N. J. All thoother property I thus disponed of: "1 wish cer)thing olso sold, and after ome debts I owe are paid, I want my bet friend. Bella Brunnr.giu, to h.to nil the mouoy that may ho loft. Sla) tied re ward bur." Another Suspicions Fire nt Ilabjlon. Baiivlon, L. I.. Sept. 7. Firo was discovered this morning In a stablo of the Ln Rrango Hotel in tlmo for it to bo extinguished before it had clono much damage. It was found thnt tho lire stnrted In a heap of rubbih nnd excelsior, nnd it Is belloved to bo of Incendiary origin. There havo 1hou n number of suspicion llres hero recently, and there is talk of foruitng a vigilance committee. Sugar Plantation .earoeo strike. 'Hi) New Ohlkans. La Sept. 7. The 2B0 negro laborers on tho L nlon and St. Louis plantations, belonging to the citato of tho lute Senator E. J, Gay, struck to-day for an increase of wnges. Wages have been Increased cm nearly all the other Iborwllo plantations 1," per cent, because of tho Int'icnscd Hiigardut) in tho Hlngley bill, but tho (lay iriiBtces held back. Public s)in puthyis with tlio strikers. Suicide Juy's Ilodr Hurled. Rionvnsii, Vo., Sopt. 7. Charles S. Henry of Now York, representing the brother of W. II. Joy of Brooklyn, the Biilcido whoso body hns been lying In nn undertaker's placo hero for nearly a week, arrived hero y esterday and had the body hurled In Oakwood (Yiin-tcry, All nf tlio dead man's bills em paid. Henry said that Joy had been doud to his family for tun years. Killed a ."Vritro llrldo wltb Ilasora. Cor.i'Miiu, S. C Sept. 7. 1 hrco negro women had a terrlbla fight with razors yesterday on n plantation In Lnurens county. Henrietta Sulli van was set upon by Slary Poolo nnd another woman, Tho Poolo woman said that Henrietta, who had Just beuii man led, had cm her out. Tho bride was slushed mid died other wounds. Tbo murderesses wero arrested. nrakeiaan Hilled by a Trnln. Pauaio, N. J., Sopt. 7. Thomas Slahone, 30 years of ago, wns killed on the Delaware, Lackawnna and Western Ballinad near the sta tion here this morning. Ho was n hrakiinan and whllo stepping betwicn tnn cars to drop the coupling pin ho stumbled and fell across tho track. His homo wns nt Phlllipsburg, S. J. :: Tfle message Hate Principle f under which telephone subscrib- f ii era pay for their service according I ' to the amount of their use, has 9 ' become popular in many places. I 1 1 It was adopted in New York I I several years ago and has placed ? the advantages of a perfectly f I I equipped telephone system with- f tin the reach of all. I , 19,500 Telephone Stations f ; in New York City. 1 1 Rates from $90 a year. I NEW YORK TELEPHONE CO. , 15 Day St , 9S Breadway, 115 W, jlth St. L SARATOGA'S BIG CARNIVAL. TIIE DATTT.E OF FZOirERS ATTRACTS 60,000 VISITORS. Tona or Flowers tircoratad the Parndo and Arierward Cnipoted tho Mreeta Illcyellsia In Varied Co.fnunea noma r the nrtF floats In LlneJtSAratot-n'a Largest Unit. SATUToa a SrmNos. N. Y Sopt. 7.-The street of Saratoga aro carpeted to night with flowers souvenirs of tho fourth annual floral f61o nnd tho spent shot ot tho battle of flowers, which took placo this afternoon. Orcrtheso flower-covered thoroughfares 60.000 visitors nnd ovcry man, wo man, and child of tho 1 1,000 residents are push ing nnd pulling and crowding lu their cdorts to sco and bo socn. Tho music of a score of bands mingles with tho shouts ot street fakirs, and myriad lanterns nnd clcctrlo lamps mnko tho wholo town brilliant with light. Tho peoplo began coming Into tho vlllagolast night, and they did not stop coming until 3 o'clock this afternoon. Tho vnnguard of to day's visitors arrived from tho south by tho first regular train ovor tho Delaware nnd Hud son, which reached hero at 7 o'clock this morn ing, rollowlng this othor trains, regular anil special, camu ln over the sumo rti.nl riory thirty minutes, mid toward noon every llflccii min utes. 'I hroo special trains besides the two regu lar train camo down fioiu thu Adirondack, and ten special trains camu ln onir tho Fitch burg Itallroad. Florists from ns far south ns Poughkeepslo and ns far west 11a b'tltn were called upon to furnish material for tho decorations, ond the gardens of thu village and tho tlelds ot tho coun tryside In all directions were stripped nf ovor thing that boro a blossom. Wngon loads ot lliittors began coining ln from tho country es turday afternoon, and the last 0110 wns seen go ing up llronclwav lust after the parade started tills afternoon. Kho carloads of rose1, crysan tliemums, hydrangeas, asters, and marigolds ur rived this morning. Tho parade was In charge of Justice William A. Plersnii, (Jrninl .Marshal. Among his aides were ex-Senator Ihigeue F. O rounor of llrook Is 11, Dciiian Vail. ('apt. Scott Towne, Major John H. Fassett nnd Ur. T. S. (.'hllds. Tho parade lnoed In threo divisions. '1 he first division wns made of 810 hlorlKts, commanded bv John It, Tate of tho Nuw York Athletic Club. Two hundred wheels were ridden by women under eniiiniaiid of .Mrs. Frank II. Smith. All tho wheels wcru most eluboialcly decorated. All tho women were drcsed In whllo duck, hlte sailor hats and whlto leggings and sishes; they tudo In platoons of sixteen, tho bicycles nf ench platoon and tho saMics of tho ridcra being of tlllTorcnt colors from eierv other platoon. Ono of the tno.it olTcctlc sub-division of tho blcjclo division wns that mado 1111 of members of the Tnctiti-wcoiid tfepiirato Com pany, Saratoga Citizens' Corps, commnnded by Capt. Jnmcs W. LestS After the soldler.scnmo tho Harlem Whceluyr of N'cw York, delega tions from tho llfooklyn Ulcyclo Club, tho Indian Wheelmen, nnd tho New York Athletic Club. 'Iho bicycle floats wero ex tremely cllectho. Ono wns 11 mammoth crescent, made entirely ot hydrangeas, with Flora sitting In thu chariot, whiih wa drawn by six tnndc-m bUii.lcs. tho riders dressed lu white. In another chariot sat Venus, the llttlo daughter of Kuitnct Fnrrington, driv ing her father and two older brothers, all of whom wero mounted on wheels trliumod with whlto rones. Ono hundred carriage followed thu blcicles. Tho limits, about lift) In all. drew forth cutliuslnsltufipplnuse nil aloug the ilno ot march, Ihotlont of thu Delaware nnd Hudson Canal Company, a representation In (lowers of tho Ilrnt louunotlvo eier run In this country; that of the Floral Association representing a hugo bououet, each flower bolng n child's face, all but hlildi 11 in the i'.oncr it represented, ami tho fountain prinieal put In b Col. II. S. Clement, representing tho famous high rock spring, with nativo Indians of the Oneida trlbo carrjingtho wounded Mr William Johnson to bathe in its waters, rcccied the fuvor of the Judges. The Horol ball was held to-night ln Convention Hall. It wns tho largest attended function of tho kind ever given lu Saratoga. Six thousand persons were present. STILE D1SVVTISO TAXES. The Knollwood Country Cluti Nays S75.000 Is Too High for It Property. Taiiuytown, X. Y.. Sept. 7. The Assessors ln tho township of Greenburg sat ngaln to-day to hear complaints. Augustus T. tllllcudcn was present on behalf of the Knoll wood Country Club, ot ahlch ho is Trciiojie,-. Ho bald the assessment of $73,000 on tho club property was unequal, compared with adjoining prouerty. Ho nlso appeared for his wife and askrd to bote her assessment on real estaln reduced from IfSO.OOO toa-lO.OOil. Worthlngton Whltehoute. ns trus tee of tho Henry It. Worthlngtoii estate, asked to lie relieed of tho tax on personal property, as this was not In his possession. Ho was satisfied wlththo realty assessment. 3Iatthcw Daly, on behalf of 31ers Jolinon, akcd for a reduction from ir'Jx.tKM) to fc OOO. Dykman Odell ap peared lor Jo"cphluc K. Carpenter and nskod to have fortv iicres of land owned by her reduced from K0.000 to Just what tho board saw lit. TAirSET MAKES D ESI A I.. Slot Ihn Anther of the Itl l"rr i'rnt. Ifl.crlm- nation rlause In the TarltT mil. San Fiuncisco, Sept 7. Congressman Taw ney of Minnesota, who is in this city on hi way to Honolulu, denies the paternity of tuclOper cent, discrimination clause in the Diugley bill, which has been attributed to him by tlu Kastern papeis. lu tho course of an Interview Taw ney said: "I have been told that some official In Wash, lngtou wies the originator ot the can ml. It wns entire' a work or Imagination, and I suspect that ntiitc politics hud roiretlii ig to do with It. At nny wrcnl the publication brought downn storm of i'l-'ignutiiin on my head. Muno persons nnd pniiets c en .cent so tar a todeelaro that I should be t irred and feathered nnd ridden out of the Statu 011 a fciico rail. I do not wish touo prlioaii) 11110 of tho credit of drafting tho con ference nine ndmont. nor do I cere to nssumo odium. If t-ucli thero be, for which I am not responsible." itOI.D ItEER TO A DUVSKEX MAS. A Slorrlsnnln llnrfender Arrested Tor Tnua llolnflna tho Ilalnes Ijiw. Policeman Kennedy of the West 133th street station saw Jlorris Connor stagger Into a saloon at fjOO Southern lloulovar yosterdaj afternoon. Connor had eildently been drinking heavily. Policeman Kennedy remembered that there is a law- against sidling Intoxicants to a 111.111 already Intoxicated, so ho watched to sco what would happen. Connor culled for beer, nnd Bartender (leorgo Mullcr nerved him. Kennedy accordingly arrested iho bartender fo: a lolatloii of the llqiinr law, "lid, th libera might ho mi iiii'Stliiu .ilHinl the i-oinlllioii of tho 111111 hi crnl, he nrr.'sled Connor for being drunk. Mi.irlctrate Iivule held the linrtenilor ln $1,000 hall and lined Connor 5 fur int jxicn tlon. This is the llrst case of tho kind which has occurred In Morrisnnla. A neeelver Tor tlio llnnkrutit Trenton X.oan Aa oclnlliuis. Tkkxtos, N, J Sept, 7. At Camden to-day Vii'C-ChancolliirOrey granted nn order for tho appointment of u rvruitrr for the bankrupt More-hauls' and Merit inlis' loan ii&suelntlons of Trenton, but deferred naming tho receiver until to 1110-ruw. Ijim jrrCnhlll told tho Vico Clinnctl lor that thuiiHsi-isnf tlieasxoclatlnuscouslsledof Fociiiid iiioitgagcuiii ilnuliifiil Miliu Ihustock holders' commit tee submit tod t lie 1111 Hies ol John P.. Clauc), John F, Hon el), mid l.i'il 'I'. Hmiiiuiii fur rcccnci. I.iwjcr llaekcs suggested his brother, Peler Ilai kc, as iiim not uillllated with tho past iiiiiiingi'iuriit. and 11 sulllciontly ng gi xslvu to ctiiisiictttliiuhly urosoeiitu tho ill rectors If they hid (omitted with Crcuer In wieckliig iho associations. Nothing has yet been he ird from tho missing treasurer, Peter W, Crozur, tela Murder Sn.prrla Iti-lcimrd. John Kllloin of i!05 Moors street, Williams burg, nnd Itobert Korous, who lives nt ISOII Oram! street, both of whom were arrested In connection with Ihc murder uf Ucorgo Stelz, the assistant scUon of tho Chinch of tho Must Holy Trinity, were dischiugcd yesterday by Justice Lemon In tho Ewen Street Police Court. Kerens wns arrested Mondaj night on the strength of it statement made lo Pollcmiiau Unify of the Staggstrcot station In a saloon nt .Mourn and Kttou streets that on the night of tho murder herons entered Iho saloon with his faco and clothing billion! with blond. Kerens tuld tho Court thut on tho night of the murder ho was at hh 'iiiini', whrio ho gut Into 11 dispute with hUlirollim iMttard.wlto punched hlmin thofuco, His iiuso bled and caused him to bccunio stained with blood. Children's liny al .llunliatlnn Uracil. Pain proposoa to ghonfrco 1 how to-morrow afternoon to all thu llttlo ones and I hose who ac company thorn to Manhattan lleai h on that day. Ii will begin about 0 o'clock, and will Include Japanese daylight llreworks, Lito flying accord ingto the practices of tho Chinese, Jlipanisr, and Malays, and other fealuics, Drowned V bile Crabbing, George M. Lyons, ngod 15, of Mlllburn, N, J was drowned at noon jestcrday near Jlalbach's wharf on the Passslo Hlyor, at Newark. He was crabbing nlono and unset his boat, drown ing boforo assistance could roftoti him. i Our Autumn and Full goods w ill . I not bo advnncod on account of tho J now tariff, or riso in prico of goods in our line. i Wo havo ono method of doing (1- ImsincBsl Goods must bo right, i trimmings must bo right, nnd the I workmanship must bo right! jjt Our goods nro of n high Btnnd- 1 ard, and ndaptod to tho custom : trado only. W "Wo protoct you with a gartran too that thoy will woar satisfnc- K torily ono yonr, or givo you the W. privilogo of your monoy back. RAMl'LEH. KASH10N IIKV1F.W, AND Mr.AtiUnlrta) ' p- Ol'iriK UIVKN Olt MAILLI) FIILU TO ANY AD- ' uiitss. if: ARNHEIiVI, Broadway & 9th St. J Ai WAI.ICISU DELEGATE ACCfSEZt. ffi atopprit a Man Trom Working Tor lot llelona 1,1 Inr In a Union That Uoulil lot Idinlt Hint. S4 Pnlllp Kolly, tho walking delegato of the hj Theatrical Protectlvo Lnlon, wa3 lu Centra fl Street Court yesterday nfternoon In aiipwcr to fc! a BUiniiion 1-sued by Maittrato Ment north Si on tbo complaint of (leorgo H. Kugler, a Wl member of the Klcctrlcal Workerj' I Hon. SI Kugler said that Kelly was fiystcriiiitlcnlly fol- jK lowing him up and causing him to !o e eicry jRl situation ho got. Last March, ho tnid. ho was rv employed as stago electrician in the Windsor Sj Theatre on tho How cry. Kelly had him dls- S;j charged. Soon afterward ho got n situation In Si a like eanuclty at the Thalia Theatre Kelly jh ugaln hnd him dlschargeel. & "Last week." com-liidcd Kugler. "I was again employed at tLn 'Ihalla Theatre. Kelly sU ordered that I bo discharged, and, when tho If boss refuted, Kelly ordered n strike. Of course, J, tho loss w enkened and diellarged mu again." , Kelly told Magistrate enlworth that tha R' Theatrical Protective Union nnd the Klcctr'cal 4, V orkcrs" Vnfon hud signed mi agreement by S3 whlihnll t'm electrical work back of the foot- ffl lighta belonged to tbo Theatrical Protective s; L nlon. K "Kugler knew this." said Kelly, "and had no Si buslncs to ujply for such a job unless ho V Joined the Theatrical Frotectlio 1'nlon." i "I wanted to join that union," declared i Kugler, "and put up my Initiation fee and K- piiH-cd tho examination, but they refused to w tnnku mo a member." J& Magistrato Ventworth said he needed e. if few dnjs to think over thu matter and ad- JC Journed tho cao without sotting a date for tho decision. Kuglcr's attorneys declared thoy & would gctanliijunetion tcstraliiiu.' Kelly from u interfc.ing with Kugler getting work. f FARMER ROLL'S ROIIIIERS CAUGHT. M 'A no and Constable Tllim ind Them In a nana .' nt Linden. C Eu7AnETn, K. J.. Sept. 7. Two footpadi were caught last night ln nn old batn in Linden. ( a here they had gum; to sleep. They (rare tha J names of Felix O'llara nnd James Morgan and !,' wero held on charges of highway robbery and assault on Smith F. Boll, a wealthy farmer of J Linden. Roll came to this city on Saturday and -S secured a largo sum of money, which he placed " in tho lining of his clothes. Whllo on his wojr homo, passing a lonely spot near the Linden raco 'f track, he was set upon by two men who had f been hiding in n clump or trees. They throw h him to iho ground, nnd after kicking him until ho was almost unconscious rifled his rockets. & They secured less thnn S-l. Yesterday Itoll sue- r ceededin locating hlsns satlants, and last night h went to tho barn with Constable Titus. O'Hara and Morgan ot llrst refused to surrender, but J& throw up their bunds when tho crmstnble drevr t his revolier. They were posltlcly identified by Iloll. J .vor YOUSO, HUT TIIEY MARRIED. s;s TV laaao Seloter, Aged 7-1, Wda Mlu nary H' l'hllllps, UbDlsoo Yrarsllld, y New Hitr.sswirK, N. J.. Sept. 7. Isaao Sol- I over, 74 years old, n, widower and a wealthy 4 farmer of Spottsnood, and Mls Mnry PhtUlps, J a spinster, (10 year old, h no just been married. j Seloicr Hi eel with his son, a married man, 40 i years old. but Ills said lliiil he and his son did $ not agree. So ho thought ho would get married ftl ngaiii, nnd Miss Phillips agreed to Lccnuo his wife-. Hi children were epiiaiil lo iho mar- rlage, bul Selo er insisted thut he knew his own 8s business. n Judgntrnt AsalnM mill.im II. llrurlquM. ? Judgment for ", tlo was entered ycbterdajr E against William II. Ilcuriiiuesuf 77 East Fifty 2 sixth street in fax or of K. C. Potter & Co., bank- a era and brokers, on a elcmind note- made by him on May 'JH, ltlU. for i?4, Hill to their order. It 2 uppe .rs from the papers in tho caso that on April (. lMl'J. Iho firm made n loan nf $5,000 to m Mr. Hcnriiiii-s nt Ilio reeiuest of Theodore A. 'i Have'inrjer, rtho was then n special partner in tho llriu. and thu loan wiisc harged to the special f aceouut which Mr. Il.iieiiiejfr kept with th 1 tlrm. Iiter on tbo llriu cffi etcd certnln stock Si transactions fi r Mi. llciiriiiiics which resulted In a prodt of if 1,0 J I for Mr. Henriiiucs. Th S. nmoiint dediicird from the loan, nnd oa p- May till, IIU, Mr. Henrliiues gmo a note fo M the lialonco with interest to Iho llriu, which had i bucceeded to tl o claim. B lintel Manager Hall Arrested. ' ii PLtlNriKtD.N. J.. Sept. 7. Dr. Hubert Ilnntco Ij camo heio from New Yoik early In tho summsf J'l and opened tho Nethcrwood Hotel, after thor- 2i oughly oerhnullng it and changing Its name to 1'j the Hotel Huntcrstou. 11 1 put Itobert I, Hall Ij ln chargo as mannger. When Dr. Hunter re- Jt turned from n vacitlon In Canada yesterday ha i found the hotel filled with guc-ts, hut creditor hi were clamoring at the doors. Dr. Hunt r main- 4 tain thai thormeii'io wa sulllclent to run th fi hotel witliuiitrontractliigiubts. J) Till:, morning Mr. II ill got nn attachment ?J against Hunter for Sr.",O00, which ho claimed for M back s.iliiry and exiuue. After an invrstlga- Si) tlon Dr.lliinlprliuiiIIiillnrinslvdfiircnibezrlinaT W 8i."i.lHHl, Ilo alleges that Hall appropriated tht) ffl revcuuoof the hotel to bis on n ends. At Child llun Orer nnd lillled lir a ran. 'j Whllo Josoph .npfe, fi jenrs old, of 411 East J, Tucntj-nliith street, was standing in front of ji nnelcctrle light polw nt Iho southeast corner ot A( Tunny-ninth street nnd First nccnuo at 3:30 "l o'clock yesterday nftenionn, ono eifl. CCrlm- J-j iuiiis's carts camo alum.. The horse, ns It passed ',' the bul. shied to ono sldo ami knocked ths '( llttlo filluw into thu htrui't. Then iho cart f piit.seil oxer him killing him instantly, Tha n driver. Kdwnrd Morris. h'J jear old, of 480 ! Cheriy street, was arrested bj Policeman Kokcl a of tlio Eist Tw i in -t.ee ond uiiect station, who $ happened to bo near b). f. A t'nliuut, lint lot at fairliuin Teller. J A Jury ln tho drum Streot Pollco Court, la li Hiookljn, yesterday nciulltod Mllo. Apnea i Chnncotof thoihar.to of fortuno telling. Her- fj eral policemen Untitled thnt sho pretended to V1 tell tlio p.nt, jiri'MMit, mill future-nt dutoteesnt fj Imr Hergiu ilculi bluino for'J.t eon la a heaiL, ?J but flic .ii Id tlu wns simply a palmist and not a ji forluuo teller. Jj Hie-hard f. C. Uarllpjr llles ut Ara, 4 Vin'kvaud Havi:v, Sept, 7. Tho schoonof l Itichard F, C, Ilarlloy of lloslon, t upl. Falker, W from nardlnor. Me., for Phlladvlphla, has put f, In nt this port, bringing tho body of Hkhard F. K C, Hartley, tho owner of the vesel, who died on boiuil jeslerdav ut old ugo. Mr, Hartley wni A wmel) known in shipping circles, esne.-l illy In ' tho btalo of Maine. Ho was CU J cars old, a, Wi nativo and u resident of Saco. " 3 Cowperth wait's f Itl:iJAItI,Qi: Hi',J,! ';K!rt - ' inmrw wnro.N urns, - tAHl'hln. oxia ft $35.00 LOG CltEIIlT. lot 1VITST J1TII T, j