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"VOI, LXV.-XO. 22. NEW YORK, AVEDNESDAYr SEPTEMBER"" 22, 18 97. COl'YItlGHT 1S07, BY THE SUN I'ltlXTIxd" AND I'l l'.LlSHIXU ASSOCIATIOX. " TiiuFTWolXrsT3 II WORTH IS BEATEN AGAIN. losu-s ail Ai.osa Tim x.vjr at THE PMMAUIES. Ifirrnl ft ' KtroiiBholde Captured A ntc stnjof-ltv Aaalnal lllm In Urn County tin-trillion-'-"" M 111 ?nt Have Mnrfl Ttinn K Thlril or Ilia CUT Cotivrtlllnn Hrlecatea. Political cxcltcnicntrngcd fiercely for a couple of hour m llrooklti last night, whin the lie- I j,upicvn primaries, which wero to seal tlio fnto I c( th' Hon, Jacob World, wero In progress. I The Initio I. iged nil along tho lino from start tu I nri'i. Cure being f-vctloiinl contests In nearly I ill or net!.:!' election district". I Tho riMl issiioinvulved wnu Uic choice of dole- I K,ti to tho County Convention, tho capture nt I which M urth lias been plotting for tho past I jp.sr Uthoiigh Worth hntl unfurled tho Low I banner nth In tho canvass Inonlcr to pain sjni- I pit' i " itsldo tho ranks of his stonily supiiortcrs I anil throw ' st In tin iwcsuf tho rank ami lllo I cl the organization, tho Citizens' I'nlon candl- I dat cut no Ileum in tho decisive Imttlo last I r'.h A has been forcshiidiivvcd ntl along In I Tin l " tlu'drubblng which Worthreiolvcd In I the County Comniltleo was repented last night, I Kith the lash oven mnro vigorously applied, I i 'I he vortli-Hnttllng-Painior combination was I cotonU beaten In the wards and districts which I hive .ill alone resisted lis methods, but many of I Us owns -ongholdsvvcre captured, and In all ell- I rfCti, ... theio was n shrinkage in tho usual I Worth vote. I The Wooilrtiff-Wlllis-Atterbury comb'natlon I will control not only tho County Convention, but all tho other local conventions, and villi I tent a delegation to tho City Convention, I wh'eli "111 prove) a. bad surprlao to tho howlers I of .he I itlzens' Union, who hnvo been banking I on 'h suppuseil overwhelming Low sentiment I jolirooklwi. I Out of the fifteen districts In tho First ward I Worth carried only two. I The Second ward was solidly against Worth. B The Third ward, tho control of which was I captured by 'Worth and lluttling. was recov- I ered last ulght by Col. Michael Dady. who will I r.on depose Hugo Hlrsch from tho leadership. I Dady and Hlrsch wero directly pitted against I eACh other In ono ot tho districts, and Daily won I by a vote of 47 to Hi. I Tho reeapturo of tho Third ward will result In B the election of Col, Dady ns a delegate to tho I City C onvention from tho First Assembly dis- I trict and tho planking of a solid vote against I Low. I In the fourth ward, which has hitherto been I Until) in tho Worth column, there was another I signal victory for tho opposition, and Hallcck. BJ the executlvo raombcr from tho ward, who has been a thick and thin Worth retainer, was BJ K-sten in his on n district. BJ In the Sixth ward twenty-two out of tho J twentv threo districts were carried by theanli- wo'th Mile, a result largely due to tho great Bj w"k of Congressman Dennis M. Hurley and BJ Tax Collector IL ltoss Applctun. BJ The Seventh ward I also solidly against BJ Worth, probably with the exception of a single BJ district out of the twcnt)-scvcn. I) ita up. BJ posed lo linvc a, strong following in this ward, BJ lut there was only one district which pledged BJ itself to his enndidic. BJ Henrv A. Uanbury carried the Kighth ward, Bj and whllo ho may vote for sonic of the Worth BJ candidates in tho County Convention, ho Is BJ dead ngiimt Low. BJ The antl-Worth men made some Inroads In tho BJ NlmhvU.ijiVaiwi-liore.aJao tkerra will Luun nntl- BJ Worth delegation to tho City Convention. BJ headed probably by President Charles A. Mooro of the Moutauk Club, who characterized tho Cit;' Union s a lot of "howling dcrv ishen." The Woodruit-WUMs-Ativrbtiry comhlnatlon I also tnnue gains In thu Tenth and Eleventh I nnrd. cirricd thoTwclfthwr.nl nolldl). mndo I inroads on tho 'Worth fore cs in the Thirteenth, I held on tlrnily to the Fourteenth ward, and won 9 all by. four districts in the ll.tet nth. J There wero alo intl-Wnrth gilns In the Six J teenth ward, and Comptroller I'vlmor loit threo rihir ts in the .Seventeenth ward, hid on n balll J hi I In the Nineteenth ward V. orth retained his BD '0 ' H The Twentieth ward voted solidly against Jl Worth. HJ There was the same general result in nil tho I remaining vvaras, the Worth Ioisos being most I mirk d la tho Tent-tlfth und Tncnt-slxth Jl vfsrds. Jl Jlr Atterbury carried thirty-seven of tho thlr- H tT-elnhtdUtrletsin thuTwentv-third want. H The returns from the primaries were received H by Lleut.-Oov. Woodruff at his headquarter In H the Clarendon Hotel, and were read off to a H crowd of visitors, VTho exulted over Worth's dc- There wm great rejoicing when the returns B from the Tweuty-necond ward came in nml H tbowed th a Mr. WooJrutf had recaptured it . M from Worth bj a safe rnnrgtn. ' H There, was still further Jubilation when tho c B ej vvas derived that Jitso Krnst, whom I H Worth In-tilled ns Chairman ot the County I H Committee, was beaten In his own district in 1 th-v, .ird. I Although the returns wero far from completo I H t midnight, the figures showed inenntcstably H thai Worth was again downed and that of tho H 109 rK) voles ill the County Convention lio.000 H at lea t could be safely placed In the unit-Worth B column. BR ,,Ir. Woodruff, Congressman Hurley, Mr. "llu and Mr. Applelon nil declared emplmtl- H (Allyth-.t tho primaries bad gone decisively in th'lr favor. M .None of tliem seemed to rnre n partlclo how Bsl Jv won going to faro at tho Assembly H uli'rlct conventions on Haturdny night, but BH t ey all ngrced that not more than ono- Hj third of the I Undelegates from Jlrooklyn to tho B CltyConvciitlfin would vote for him xhoulil ho B heput In nomination. Ihls is howHn impartlnl H IlKui.r dtatributcd tho ljwund antl-IiOW dele- 1 Ctttci Bi ru . , An"-i "" m IHitritti ttvr. jAnciDlltrlcti. T.ok. Jajk. ' ill 1 i . 4 . 14 J f 4 in b ) J 'J 0,111 M BJ1 5 7 17 " " 7 . lib 7 I T1U n I 4i20 8 ,' ftiai h !' 7 Totals 3U U3 H i1Vlrl,:. rcstordny morning Mr. Wooilruff Bsl "'"icd the County Convention by a two thirds H !'. Vm'15- Ho also uild that tlio delegation to p inei iit t oiiventloii. lenvlnor Low out of con- H al(ler.itlo!i,us Mr. Woodruff ovldently bellovos BH ffl"' ''' HI stund lU.'i anti Worth ami '11 oh h J Worm did not vote ut his primary last night, H lie m v, .l , Iln ttllnnr. both of vv horn evidently m am not glaun-d over tho returns, refused to cknoliilgo thernselvcs beaten, claiming that H luey would coulrid tho (Niunt) Convention by H from KWH) to jo.oiM) votes. H l In li ritnlnrrs, however, virtually threw up H in kiionco, and now thoy will probably bo i'V ,'" creai bother to got on tho triumph fl am me, BJB ,1'u ", I""' night, after si curing complete re- H 'rn ,r.r"ui over) dliitrlel in tho count). Limit,- H J. ! .'"" niff luinplled Hi-. Ilguies carefully "'Hi fiimid that the nuti-Worth votu In the H h0.'",',.t'r"l,'"''tlon would Im 7f.ti:i() out of BJ Si'.1 lf '"""O". thus showing thai Worlh'B j ueical n a eouiplctu am' eouiDrehoiiblve. H sioi'VKn any. AiiEityrTiiT. M 'ollrfnin,, llarn Wouldn't Let tha I'realdeut of B the llonra lni. H l'olleeuian Martin Haro of tho Seventh street B itition id Ji-rboy City was assigned on Monday H aftciiiooii to the front of tlio lleddlng M. K. H Church to keep tho crowd back (luring tho BJ 'uneral mrvlees over Department Commander f.man icl Sands of tho (1, A. II, Hnic was In- BBi ! "' "-1' lo allow no ono to pass on tint sldo of I f'" '"'-ct, a tall, wull-ilrcshcd. ilUtlngnUliul- BB h i "" "m" "ihiu ulong anil l'lilliciiuii Hiiro u" li.ru, Jin, mim lookeal nirprl ed. BB .i '. '' " '" I" t-'" "" thu other oiilo of tho " ' Aaid thu pulii eiiiaii. '"", commenced thu man. vu Iiiiik ulMiiit It," uxi laliucd tliop'illicman. H an l"its here, T liat'n ill) ordern, and i. til ns ell go on tho otlii'i' Hide." m i i i km linn to piise, said Chief Murphy UJH , ,'i 'bo man lull pasned I lino was In- BBI '.' ',,'!"' h was (,eu. berncthy, Prceldont JB "I I'liliro Hoard, BH a ' ';''uks well for tho inliicT," sold (icn. I f " U) afterward. "Ho evidently has not H " i urn the hoard during my term." Ociu BJBJ , .,,",''" ' "urvlng hU Ufth year iu vi'oUco BJJJJJk? JAVAS'S ATTlTUDi: lO HAWAII. Torn Iloahl llsmnils thct Mjln or Arbllratlon That Ilia Ijincl uirera. Wasiiinoto.v, Sept. 'Jl. Mr. Torn Hoshl, the Japancso Minister, ropllcd lo-lilght iu nn Inter view to tho criticism upon tho conditions nttnehed by his Government to Its ncccpt nuco of tho propiMiil to arbltrnto exist. I'U' dllTcronccs with Hawaii. Ho thinks nn effort Is being inailo to crcato tho Impression Iu America that Japan Is not w tiling to arbitrate and consequently lias imposed con ditions which Hawaii cannot accept. Nothing, ho said, was further from tho truth, for the Government was potfectly willing lo urbltrate tho po nW In disputo which could be considered proper subjects for such n method of settlement. Mr. Hoshl said this might bo Bhowu conclu sively ny nu examination ot tho voluminous correspondence between tho two Governments about tho exclusion of JapancBo Immigrants from Hawaii. Tho proviso of Japan that arbi tration should bo limited to spccllle lines tlons of Hvv. and tho declination of tho Japanese (luv eminent to consent that tho questions concerning thu holm lido possession of $C0 by each rejected immigrant anil tho applicability of tho treaty of 1ST1 Khould bo regarded as points for tho arbitrator to decide, caused tho criticism which Mr. Hoshl contends Is misplaced. He nsso ted that tlio que! ion of the bona tide possession of $50 bv each lnborcr was not advanced until long after the immigrant were expelled. Mr. Cooper, thu H iwnlliiii Minister of Korolgn Attalrs, uiblii no reiimncn to this question at first, but later, said Mr. Hohi. attempted to shift tho iisuo regnnllng the qiiallllc.vllonsof the Immigrants Tho point was a. diillcull imo to decide under the most fuvorablo rircum stanies. Mr. Hoshl holds, nnd Mr. Cooper's net Ion rendered u Just and Impirtial decision practical) litiuosslble. Thu Hawaiian Gin eminent admitted that each of the rejected iinuilsmnls was in actual puiso-doii of SiO, and ilccliired that "posses lon" was sjnonjliioiis with "ownership." Consequently tha Japiiuoe Government de nted that 11 wis vi nn) time iniumbent on the IninilkTiiiitN m i Inlmnd li Mr Cooper, toprnvu that tho possession of the mone was bona Itile. In 1IH tin Japanese Government threw open the w hule of l.vpan lo the ti,idr, travel, and resl ileneoof llnwalnvus, without distinction of class or ciinditiun. For mure Ihun .1 quarter of a cen tury It had been held that the treat) of 1S71 did not limit Immigration to tho merchant class. Mr. Hoshl silit that the Jnpincse Government could not percelvo that It was consistent with thoillgult) or tho Interests ot either partv to submit to arbitration the stipulation of an international comp.u t clenrly expressed and hitherto ilcurl) understood. AXXEXAriOX TIIEATT. It la Vnanlmoutl? Untitled by the- llawnllan l.rKlslnturr. H vv Kn vM-isco, Sept. t!l. The steamer Peking i arrived this evening from Yokohama and llono t lulu, but no mails vvere allowed to comoashoro because of tho qunrantluo regulations. He porters who went out In a bout und talked over tho rail with tho olllccis loarned that tho Hawaiian Legislature In both houses on Sept. 10 unanimously r.vtilled tho annexation treat). ri.ou rws ,s.5,fjo run a t.iiiiiaiiy. Tlie Contribution Hue Indlrf-ctlr to the 4'aprlcA orn llalky Horae. Itiivcv, N. Y Sept. ill. Kx-Gov. Hoswell P. riowcr, ex Gov. Aloiuo II. Cornell, and Josph C. Hcndrlx wero driving on tho Cornell Uni versity campus yesterday afternoon after tho turcrnlof Henry W. t-'ngo. The couhmniiwas told to ilrivo them past tho Stnto Veterinary College. j This college became a possibility through tho slgnntuio hy Gov. Flower of a bill which was passed bvthe legislature in his term appro priating j00,000 for t nt purpose. A bill was introduced at thu Kime timo to appropriate i ir.-vOtiO for a library for the college, but it failed to pass. Tim occupants of the carrlagodld not intend I to Inspect tlio interior nf the building, but when i they wcru nbrc.iit of the entrance one ot tho hordes stopped short. The driver lashed tho horso with tho whip, but the brute refused to move. The college is alio ut I two miles from tho town, and walking was out of the question, so It was suggested that time bo given the horso to ihnngc Its mind and that tho I partv wait In the v eterlimvy eollege. Thcvwent ' iiislife. where tnov found Prof. Ivvv, the director, j Thcllhrar) of thoi ollego consists of just llf- ti en volumes. Mr. Cornell showed thcu to Mr. i Flower anil suggested lo him that ft would bo tilting for him to given llhrnr) to tho co.lege. Inasmuch ns his legislature failed to do io. Mr. form 11 mcinl his remark as h Joke, but Mr. Flower av-ed Prof. Law how much inonrv was neodod for tho purpose. Imf. Lin o.ilil 1,000. and then Mr. Flower asloulsbed the parly br tnkingout hi chick bonk mid making out u cheek for .,ooo. which ho handed to Prof. Ivn. The three men then left the building nml ro turned lo tho carriage. Tho stubborn liorsn, as If nullified that It had accomplished (omcthinc toward tho welfare if tho horso world, started off at n word from thecovchinnn. "That Is nil right enough," Bald ex Gov. Flower when tho abov j despatch from Ithaca was shown to him vesterday afternoon. " I am a trustee of Cornell, nnd when I was Governor I sUned the bill thai lunde the Veterinary Col lege possible. There arc 1.700,000 hornet In this Mate tint need doctoring and not half rnnugh men who know bun to attend to them. So 1 was Interested. We took a walk through. Gov, Cornell said Iu me- Govi rnor, luiao people need a llbraiv. Why don't jou whv don I you 1' 'Whv,' I n 1 11. ' how much will it t ol I' He said it would rust .",00(). ho I slgued a check for it. That's all there is toll." ri:ssi:L.i kept ix rour. njteninahlpa In Mjavnnnlib and L'bnrlestou In liread mt the Florida Atorni. SavvNVAII, da., Hept. til. -Hlnco 10 o'clock this morning the residents of Savannah bavo been In fear of a hurricane. Two red flags with black centres havo been flying from tho ton of tho Weather Ilureau. Teligrnms from tho South say that tho htirri cnuo ii coming this way. HusliicbS has been almost suspcndoil slnco B o'clock this ufler noon. A tcrrillo rain storm has ruged since enrly this morning. Wether Observer Sherler sent out warnings this morning for no vcsnels lo loavo port. Tho stcuimhlp Tallahassee of tho Ocean Steamship Compmo's licet, whlrh wus to havo Balled at J o'eloik P. M. for Now York, did not go out. At Iho ijuarantlno htntlon, fifteen miles down iho river, tho wind Llew sixty miles an hour all day. All tho vessels there rAlo tho gale. Tho quarantine ollleer left liH ,ost 1111111111110 up to tho ellv. Ho will not go buck until tho weather clours. The wind blow 10 hard ot Tvbou Island that the anemometer of tlio Weithtr llurcnu was blown iivvny. C'll.vlil it).n, S. C, Sept. '-1. -Tho gale which Is mining up tlio Florida co.mt to-night line demnr,illed fclilpplng. The CI) do stLumshlp (.(liediihd to hull lo-dny lor Now York .mil tho lro'iuuli-. for Jacksonville, remulned In port and would not Mint tiro out. All tlio biiiuII vessels have coiiio In nnd havo gono uu Hie livers. Tlio Now Ymk steamer will mill to moriow. If It is sife. Thu gale Is ovpccled to reai h hero afur mldnluht with a velocity of sKO-llvo miles uu bout. COLLIH1HS OX Till! JHCIDOK. t'nl Driver Thrown from Ills Hot and Ilun Over III Ilia On II Cab. Ahorse nttathod to a cab without a drlvor reached Iho Now York end of the HrooUyn brldgo bl.orlly hi foro midnight last night, Krldgo Policemen Miaihtoi k and Kent slopped thchorce, and "s linns hained Ihutthecib bad . driver when it left Hrooklyn half a dozen policemen were sent along tho north roadway to look for him, Joseph Jnegor, a truckman living in .Steuben street, llrooklrn, wna found near the llrookbn lower shouting for help. Jueger told tho police man Hint tlio ill her of tho rail was liiuonselout in tlio lontlwu). 1 lo said that tho cab driver, while driving ut u rapid paio, had run against bis truck. Asn result the cab driver was thrown from his box nnd run over !) his rab, Tho unconscious man was lifted on a truck nndcartod lo tho New York end of t 0 bridge, where bo was attended by nu ambulance sur geon from tho Hudson Hlrcet Hospital. After I recovering consciousness bo was removed to hit J tiuuio lo hit cab. His Dtmo is Daruoy McCouucll. ' 1 ' imumnmmi&MimMmmmmimm HOIiAItr AND PLATT SHAKE jfKixLiivs () lrisitr.s comi: aj.oxu jir v'A v or JinooicLrx. Itenubtlcane rblpper Over tbe Itraulta or tha Prlmarlea Sonio ur Thm lo Iiw Two !) to Itellrr, Noma Ux, nnd Homo War lie Will ater llellre Tako lour tholr. All sorts nnd conditions of Republicans wero immensely tileancd yesterdny uvcr theoutcomo of tha ltcpubllcnn primaries tho night before. Tho icsult of tho primaries dem onstrated what hud bcou known nil along, and that is that nil ltepubllcans in tho orgnnirntlon arc atundlug shoulder to shoulder In their opposition to tho little coterie, of Heth I,ow 's friends w ho mot hahind locked do'irs nnd put him in nomination for Mnj or of Greater Now York without tho slightest consultation whatever with the Hcpnblleaii party. t-ciritor Piatt and Projldont Qulgg of tho New York ltepubllinn County Committee wero JolnciHn Senator Piatt's olllco ) etcrday after noon by Vice-President llobnrl. Senator l'lutl und President Qulgg oxprcsscd their gratincatlun over tho result ot tho pr'marlcs, nnd tlii' wero joined In tbelrrordlnl sentiments by Vlce-Pieslilent llobnrl. Tho President of the United Stales and tho Vice-President of tho United states nro seldom Interviewed for tho now spa pen. So hedged in nro they by tho dig nil) of their placca that It has become nlmost nn imuiutablo rule forilictunottospcnUforpub llintlon. Hut Ihero nro other ways of speaking. President MeKliilcy has not hesitated to give manifest aid and support and comfort to the Heimblican wnrriois of Greater New York. While tlio Itepublliuti statu Coiumittco was in bcsslon on S-vtiinlnv last, engnged 11 proinul galing lietiubllcan principles nnd denoutic'ltig the Citizens' Union for their arbitrary conduct President MeKlnlc) appointed Slbis C Cruft to bo Survevor of the Port of New York. Yester day morning President MiKlnlcy appointed Representative Frauds H.Wilson to bo Post master ut llrooklcn. This nppointineut cauic along in tlnx to be tnoroughly under (.tood by thofo who attended the Hrook lyn primaries last Might. Tho Vice-Pret-ldcnt of tho United Stati s has no pntronago nt his lommand. nnd neither can he speak for publication. Hut Vlio-Picsident Hohart has alw.ijs liecn tho .sturdiest kind of nn organization ltenublicin. nnd it can do no harm to anuoume that Mr. Hohart In his conversation with Mr. Piatt and Mr. Quigs )cs terdny made It vcr clear that he was In huarty accord with them 111 their determination that tho integrity of tho ltenublicin organization of Greater New York shall be niilntnincil. Viec-I'resldent Hobart li is inn y w a) s of lend ing assistance to his Iteptuilicsn brethren in New urk, aud the sUleiiiint "111 not ho gain aid that ho is even eiger lo it 1 ovor) thing in his power to bring about Itepubliean hucei ss It was rejioried to Mimo of tho Itepubliean leudcrs jesterdu) thnl t-clh Uin woiildlluda way to retire from he Held. This report was not credited iu noun ilrclcs. It was recalled that Mr. Low must have la-en fully anare that when he aierpted the hasty nomination of I tie Citizens I nion In the formal nnnoiincement " to tli" nssonibled Cliirk, ' spe clul niehsengerof the I Itlzuis' 1 nion at North e.ist HartNir, bo was not even then tho unifying force that hi- saiu hu must bo be fore he would accept the Cltlzins' Union nom ination. Still, Mr liw quickie- accepted Iho nomination, and this fact bus led Important He publicans 10 believe that Mr. !.ow instill hoping against hope thxt after somo fashion Ileum) tie able to stay In the raic. The Republicans have not altered their determination ono Jot or tittle. The) will nominate their candidates fur thu city olllccsat thn convention to te held on Sept, 28. Ono Itepubliean of renown said: "I havo received Information that Hoth .Low will retire from Hi" race within two darn." Another Heptiblienn of prominence said: "The Information tint comes to me Is that Mr. Lo w will retire wilbln six da)." Anotlur ItcpubllcDii. Just as well informed as tho other two. snld: " Mr.Low will not retire nt all." Such unpractical persons in political nffalrs as Charles Stewart Smith, Mr. Iteynolos, Mr. Clark, and Mr. Pine havo ns Mired Mr. I.OW that be cm beat tho Itrpuhlicau and the Dcmneritli- organizations and win In a walk. Ho belieics the " babies on the tiliv ks arc crjlog for him." T In-foregoing are views given br men en titled to.oiislileratlon.and Inn time like this one j can par hts moue) and tnke hi 1 bob r. .-01111 of the result h of the Itepubliean prima ries indicate the nomination of certain men for 1 minor places on the tlikct nnd the reti anient ! of 1 ertaln Aldermen nnd Assemblymen. I These nominations for t oiincilmc-ii seem to 1ms fiKMirid: Frederick Hahly in tbe Second dis trict. Hr. P. II. Murphy nnd lldcrinnti John P. Wlndolph In tbe ITilril, and AlcxiiirierT. Mason and John ltau in the Fourth. These nominations for Aonibl)innn nrn said In be as good ns made- ( hsrles dlrr. renom inate il In the hlglith: Jeremiah J. MiHlvau in the Tenth, George C Austin in tlio Twen v llrst, llnrvcy T. Andrews In tho I'hlr llrnt. P. W. Iteinhnrd (11 thn Thirty-fourth, and I) A Mntllu wsiin Iu tho Iblrtvntth; tiilliliud of Iho Twenty third. Murphy of the Twintj-tlflh. L-iimhirr of the Twent)-si venth, Ilrownof tlioTneiity-nluth. nml Degnan of t'io Tlilrty-thlrd to bn retlicd; Charles Itussi 'I Jiurko to auecced Lalmbcer. N. A, Klsl rg to succeed llrown, nnd J hn P, Leo to be- nomi nated In tho place of Degnan. vote of coxFiimxvn ix dtaz. lie tietlrn lo Punl.h All Concurm-d In iba Arroyo .Harder. City ok Mi:xico, Sept. 21. Minister Coslo of Iho Department ot tho Interior appeared be foro Congress this afternoon and made his report on tlio Arroyo nffnlr to tbo ellcct that as toon as Prcsldrnt Dlais heard of the death of Arrojo, represented hy the Chief of Police at being nu net ot mob violence, and that tho guards had not been armed nor hod tbo prisoner been confined In a proper place, bn dismissed tho Cblof of Police andappolnti d the present Chief. Mililitrr Coslo's roport added Hint It was the firm Intention of tho President to let tluifoll w eight of Jnstlco fall on any and all who had been guilty of tbo crime. A resolution of confidence In tho Kxecutivo was adopted by a voto of 185. Hero Is tho reso lution: "Tha Chamber of Deputies gives n, voto of con fidence In tha Kxecutlvu ot the Union for tho energetic nttltudp nssiimed In the ilcarlugiip of Iho crime committed during the early hours of Sept. 17, Willi li husalfeetid thu honor nt thn Mexican people und tho credit of thu republic." sTAt-Fr.LitAcii iiovsi: nviiXEv. A Crowd Ilratraja the scene or Mnuy Mur drra and ItoUberlra. Oaii.NA, Kan., Sept. 21. Tho first act of mob violence ngnlnst tho Staffclhaeh family was committed la t night, when tho old den known as tho Htnflelbnch house was hurned to tho ground by Indignant citizens. At midnight about forty men quietly went to tho seouo where so many murders, robberies, und other crimes havo been c uimlttcd, saturated the old house with kerosene nnd applied Iho torch, No alarm wus turned In until tho house was nearly burned In tho ground, and then Iho FI10 De partment Hindu nn effort lo extinguish thu llamcs. The work of searching for the bodies of men nnd woiiion iiiurilired by tho Statfolhiich family i.loppod threo ilu)sngo for lack of fund, but Iho C'ouiitv Attorney has ordered the ihmi'Ii mm tliiuid in another shnft, and Iho (oiint) will now bear the xpciisuof prosecuting tbo kciik h, which has hereloloru been borne by thn Com. mltteoof Safct). 1-A1XTIXO HO HAM'S VOUTItAlT. II Will Noon tin Dune, nnd VI r. Ilrntlerr 11 ill Then ratal nlrlilulcj'a. Paihihon-, N, J., Kept, 21. Vli'c-Presldont Hobart Is glv ing dnlly alttlngs to A, Hcnzlgcr of .tirkb, Switzerland, wIiuImhU en commissioned to paint tbo portraits of Piraidi'iil McKlnlcy and Vice-President Hohart for ihcCnreornn Art Gallcrv In Washington, Tho pi turo will be completed tlio latter part of nuxtvveik, It will le llfo slzo, Iho canvas being sixty Inehes high and forty Inches wide. It will show Mi, Hohart standing, Willi his left hand on a tabic. Mr, Hobart woars 11 wlilto wulsicoal und black Prince Albert coat, tho light side of which Is carelessly thrown back. It Is expected that President Mcivlnlcy will conio to Patorson and suo the picture on his re turn from Mussachusettn Thu picture ot Mr. Mcivlnloy It tube tho tamo sl, and Is to hang tide by tfdo with that ut tho Vlco-l'rotddcnU ' ' '' mnrfi inn in ------ IXHiaXAXT UOME.. Tbclr 1'rotett Acnlnat thn Treatment or Their I'nrorlunatn Slate ra Inn Knnana Town. ToPKift, Kan., Sept. 21,-Tho wouion of Ash land, Wis., nro thoiouichly Indignant because thu Police Commissioners nt Kansas City, Kan., recently tcntsouiodlsoidorly women to tho rock pllo to work out fines. This action was taken threo weeks ago, but Iho Wisconsin women said thcr expected to henr of n repetition of tho out rage, nnd tbcreforo thty met and adopted reso lutions oxprosjlng thtlr Indignation, Thoieso lutlons say: "Men assumo thn vvholo responsibility of licensing, controlling, and supporting thoso in stitutions that turn out nn army ot victims of women nlono at tho rnto ot riyo.ooo n year, and whoso nvcrugollfo Is flvo years. Wo claim the snerlllcc Is great enough on woman's part. Men, ns the Instigators of these crimes, shuuld bo held responsible. "When woman, as builder of tho race, is shown moro consideration mid better environ ment, then wo can lnl c for nn upward tendency In thu coming generation. Hut vvhllo woman must bo silent and tuhmls-lvo. u slavo to man and mun undo laws, only slaves and tyrants enn be horn. "In tho fnco of all Ihls wu demand, for hu innnlD's sake, that her treatment be such ns to eliminate the evil that man bus dorrloped nnd fostered, and to icstore and uplift hot If pu 1 bio to her proier sphere, bv giving her good, wholesome iiitlueiiccs and loiiditioiis, that her punishment shall bn of u reformatory nature and woman's work." I.AIIVEll miAixsnr jrissisa. Ilia t'rlenda rear That nme Mishap Una lie fallen lllm lll.apprarrrt Threo Weelit to, Tho friends of John W. Ilrnlnsby, a lawyer, who has praillced In Hits city for a quarter of a century, h.ivo been trjiug fur thrio wctl.s to discover his whereabout". They fear that ho has mot with foul phi). HralnBby vvns born In Kugland nml Is about oO years old. He hlro.l nu otllco alltllo over two months ago wllh Lxwjcr Mllliken, a personal friend, at 297 Hro.idwu). and nttended to business regularly up lo a month ago. Thu last tunc that Mr. Mllliken nnvvlilm was when they went toBOthcron a tlsh ing icuraion to Jamaica Ilav. They parte 1 after chatting aliuut sonic litigation connected with tho settlement of a ease Iu which Hrainshy was attorne). Mr. Milllkei tbo'ight tint llrelnsby was going to his bo-vrdlng place In llronkls n, but, so far ns is known, he did not go nenr the bouse nt that time. llrainsb) lsn bn helot and somen hat occentrlc In mnlincr. Hlsot'lie. nlnce his dlsippearnni c, has been overrun dnllv lr filenis and ellrnls, who are anxious lo discover his whereabouts. His friends nro unable to account for his dis npl oaraiiec. Mr. Mllllk-n thinks that ho mar have gone abroad, but tin. only reason he has for entertaining Hint In. lief U that all of lluilusbj's relative'. Ill" In Unglnii 1. and, being ciieutrie. be ma) havcih uledahruptl) to v Islt them. Hrainshy wus temperate in his habits. rAiiMr.n wood axi a cahh game. He Loses SI,.ino ATter Plnslng with Two limna: ilranaera. HlllKUKW ATKU.SInss.,Sepl. 21. Martin nod, a farmer living on theoulsklrts of this town. Is out 7-I.500 iu a bunco game. Two oung men called on him yestonin) afternoon, nnd ono of them, calling himself Sanford, requested Mr. Wood to accompany them in search of u farm which thev said they wanted to buy. Ho went wltli them, and when they arrived 011 the out skirts of the town one ot the men proposed a gamo ot cards, Thn farmer assented, and tlio old-timo threc-enrd-monto g.uno was begun. The victim was allowed to win about W.oimi of their money. Thoy naked Wood to continue the game, but demanded that he xiui tn eonio ot Ma own money AgalnsMholrs. TheTarmer, excited over his good fortune, went laick to his houso nnd took Mimo net Drilled to tho MldilleboroiiKh Hank. Hu relumed to the plneo of meeting wilh about tt,niM) He was p-evalled upon to put this money, with nome more that be won, in n tin box. After a whiln tho psrt) broke up, the farmer returning home with Ida tux. When In-opened the box he found mo stones, nomo newspaper, and Borne wrapping pancr. Mr. Wood is alxiul 70 jears old nnd wus wmth about 15,000. .irupEi) ,umsr ix time. 111. a Slurptiv nnd Two Friend It ere ItnrelT lint tir Their Itiinabout When n Trnln atriiek It. Hl.likiiON, N. J Sept. 21,-MUs Helen Mur ph), diugliler of Frunklin Murph), thu well known Itepubliean politician of Newark, vvhllo outdriving to day with two other young women narrowl) escaped being killed by a through freight train at the Cedar avenuo crossing of Iho New York and Ixing Ilranch llaUroi.il. Miss Murphy of Heal wan one of the party. Tho third, w hose name 1 ould not Ik- learned, liv os in New- York. As Miss Murphy started to drive mrosstlie steam railroad tracks n south txiund trolley came along. The continual ilaiiglngof thn bell scared the horse. The next moment Iho hor-c "n on the south-bound trae k, with the npproachlng freight truin only a fun- hundred feet .uu) Flagman Kelly left hl post nmr, grabbing Hie horso br tho bend, told tho occupants of the run nt-out to Jump foi thidrllv.h. The) obeyed, nnd Iiono too soon, as before Kell) succeeded in get ting the horso Into Iho ditch tho fielulit puss,'.!, wrecking tho runabout mid cnrr)lug hurscaml man down tho track. No one was hurt. KEHO VALLEY Cl.VIl IX Silt UTS. liar llart'or'a rieaaurn Itt-aorl llnilkrupt I'rnperty to lla Clian I'p. JUit IlAiilion, Me., Sept. 21,-Tho famous Kebo Valley Club Is in a bad way Hu uu hilly, and practically bankrupt. Itn otllcers have nil resigned, and the resignations havo been in cepted by a proxy voto of tlio members. Tlio dir ctors have decided to allow thn Arcadia Park Company, tho former owors, to forarloio on tlio first mortgage' which it holds, and tako possession of the property. Tho fiiluroof ICelw as a clubhouse Is uncer tain. Thu golf links will Iwoiien, however, next jenr. Tho club bus been in linanclnl limits for FOinn time, and Interest in It on the p irt of the members has flagged during Iho Inst few v ears. It i proposed to convert the clubhouse into a casino, to bo tho objcetlvu point of cheap steam boat excursions. j'inr,Ai)i:i.i'iiiA's has n'oiths. John slanainakrr, -I. '. Ilullllt and . H. Me Clura Aelveeale l.ea.lng Them. PllII.AIiut.rillA, Sept. 21. Three of Philadel phia's most Influential citizens spoko before a joint committee ot City Councils lo-dny In ad vocacy ot Iho len so of tho Philadelphia Gas Works to6 private corporation, which has pre sented n builness-llke offer to Hie city to operate them torn period of fifty )cura, Tho advocates vveio John Wanumnkcr, John C. llullitt.uud A, K, MeClure, Counter aigu liicnU of citizens who are opposed lo tho lease vvereolsn heard. The history of the extravagant cam! waste In Iho muuliipiil manufacturuof gun was uiifoldid to Iho coininlttce, and thu polltiinl mlsinunagu mentor tho propert) was portrayed. The coin mltlca took no action. LOCATED THE MEI.OX SEED. An X-ltnz I'liolotrnph showed That It .taa Iu Mary lloroa t.lndplur, Mary Iloro, 7 cnrt old, of Dcmntt street, Wesl Hoboken, accidentally swallowed a small melon seed soven vvecko ago, A few diija ago kIio complriliied of severe p.ilim In her III nml Dr. Wullniii Wlillu dlbcoveiid by imans of X- ins Hint Iho med was ludycd iu Iho clilhl'a nliidplpu a few Inches from the throat. A phiitogrnph wus taken ot tho teed and it will hu extract! d, Hatpin Located by X-llajs. Ix;nn Strlpne, a daughter of August Hlrlppo of Harrison, N. J swallowed n halplti ov er llv u Inches long, vv th a black glass hf nil, on Muuilaj . Mr. Strlppe took tho child lo tlio German llus pltal In New ai k, and tho iloctors dlsrov ered liv means of X rays that thheadof tho pin had entered the stomach, whllo tho point was far down In tho throat It was deemed be'tlo mako an incision and removothoplti hoad ilrst. This waa done succeisfully 011 Monday after noon while the child was under tho influence of ether, , ostcrday the child wus doing well and her parent woro encouraged to Lodo for her recovery. mf 1 if in. 1. 11 " r.rMiir -y'' ,-j- ,MMi,. EAST SIDE STORE HELD UP. mtvaa 1st aonnox hoiihed at pis. JOL'S POtST. Two llobbert Lout Ilia ahnn tVlillo a Cenreiter ato flteera Anny Cuatoiaers nnd Krepa III l-nrliifr. Arr ITnlea, ream Knterlna sir, links Alao la Theatennd with Heath. Whllo Anron Gonlon, ono of tho proprietors ot Gordon A l-'InkB's drug storo nt Madison and Murkcl .streets, was liehlnd the prescription counter at 20 minutes to 7 o dm k last evening two jouiig men intered tha place. They were dressed Inconspicuously. Ono of them is de scribed as being about 22 )oars old and hav ing 11 Enndy mustache. Tho other was about 21 )e.irs old, with a brown mustache. Tho younger of tho men naked for a package of cigarettes. "Wo don't keep dgaretles," said Gonlon,"hut wo soil cigars." "Give 11s a couple ot good clgara," Bald ono of the men, To roach the clgnr enso Gonlon had to go twenty feet from the proscription window near which ho stood, passing to Iho end of the pro scription desk and then turning behind tho sldo counter nml walking llfteon feet toward the door. Tho storo door was opon at tho tlino. The cigar case Is only 11 few feet from the door, and is built up against the wall nt tho tnd of Iho sldo counter. When Gordon openod tho case and took uutn bux of cigars, he had his back tonanl his visitors. When bo turned to fnco them ono of tho men held a pistol under tils nose mid crowded him behind tho counter, saying: "Get back there till I talk to yon. If you Jell or miiko trouble, I'll kill you." The man e'uiight Gonlon bt tho throat with his left hand and forced him backward around tho corner of thu picscriptlon counter, Thn second man, flourishing anothci pistol, pushed along behind to tho prescription department. Thero Is a door thnt opens from the prese np tion department into the labor.itor), which Is separated from tho i-toro by a wooden parti tion. To the rli'ht of this door Inside tho labo ratory tin ro is another door that leads to the kitchen In tho rear of the storo. The man vvhollrsl tackled Gonlon forced tho druggist hack into tho laboratory, and, still pointing tho pistol, t-ald: "l want your nione.v ! He quick about it! If j on make 1 noise I'll kill you." Gordon was so badly frightened thut ho was limbic lo do or say mi) thing. The hlghwnymnn hi Id his pistol iu his right mind while with his left ho searched Gordon's pocket. He took tho druggist's watch and hnln nnd r in bills. In tho mrniillmo tho other robber searched for I he money drawer. He opened a dozen drawers, but only found drugs. Then ho dis covered tho postage stamp drawer and emptied I's contents Into his isicketn. Passing the door where bis comptnlon vvns holding up Gordon ho said "Kill him if he don't tell where the money Is kept." Mrs. Flaks, iho wife of Gordon's partner, who was nt work Iu tho kitchen, heard this, and rnn into tlio shop. When she shvv the man with tho pistol pointed at Gordon she screamed "Police!" As she reached tho prescription counter alio was met by the sceord robber, who thrust a pis tol in her face, caught her by the arm, and said: "Keep quiet or ) ou dl"!" Thu woman, trembling with fear, stood still. Then the two highwaymen buckod out of the stoic, still pointing their pistols at tbe man nnd woman, one of them saying: "Mb) when- you are until wo havo gone." As -.oou nB Gordon saw tho men disappear he ran through the kitchen, opened a side door luni'ing to Madison ctreel, and shouted: "Munlcrl Policed Hurglnrs'" 'till shouting, ho run into Hirnh's butcher shop.ue xi door to the drug store, nt 127 Madison alri-el. "Burglar', Mr. Hlrsch, burglar,!" he yelled. Tho butcher picked up a 1 leaver mid ran into the street. II) this time Mrs. Finks had reached the side walk, shouting anil screaming for help, mid n big irond gathered on Madison street, at the sh'e door of the drug store, Whiln tho holdup was taking place in tlio drug storo a isil of tho robbers outside directed customers away from the shop, saying that tho drugkist had gono out for flvo minutes and telling them to 1 omi-back Inter, While hn was thus din-cling 11 woman, Ary Flaks, Gnnlon's partner, eatuo nlung. He nnvv the stranger on the lorner steering customers nwn) from the store and 1 ouldn't understand what It meant. He decided to go inside and nee what the trou ble was, Tho man oil guard stopped him, sav ing: "Come back 111 half nu hour; tho druggist is out." "I'm the druggist," said Flaks, "I know )ou aie," said the stranger, still holding Flnki, by Iho arm, "I know jnu'rr tho druggist, but there was a man hern to co you, , und ho sn'd he'd meet vim right here. He nald he wanted )ou to wait heio for him." "Let me go, ' nald Klakn, thinking the man I was drunk. "Lot go my arm, or I'll tall n policeman. You ro Interfering with my busi ness. Lit go my arm!" Whllo Flaks was trying lo get awny tbo man who hi Id him whistled to his pals Inside. TTiev had Just finished their job nnd wnlkeel t laurel) out The mun who held Flaks now let go his arm. nu)!hg " ou needn't get mad 'cnuso n fellow's full." ITuka walked Into the store as soon ns ho got away from tho man on tho sidewalk. The men coming out did not Interest him much until he saw thorn Join the man who had held hlni.'and'thsn ull threo started to run up Muikct street toward Kast Hniadnay, In tho storo Flaks found all tho counter drawers open nnd tho Moro empty. He jelled "Who's here? Wliero urn you ull?" Tho answer came from the street, whoro he heunl his wile and Guidon shouting for help. As ho started to go out hu found a mob of scl eral hundred pnuplo gathered on tho sidewalk, with lliitiher jllrsih, who wus armed wilh hid cleaver, just about lo hunt for Iho robbers, In the crowd wuro novornl of Iho pxtrons of tho drug sloru who had been Jleercd uvvuy by thn mnn who hud stood guard uu tha sldowalk, Tho crowd believed a murder had born com, milted, und u rumor to that olfeet spread quickly over tho loner enst side, In inking thou uandti of men ami women to tho scene of tho roblier) , Tho policeman ou post Ind been lookln : lifter a street light two blocks away. Ho ciniikly heard tho news as did Bovoral oilier jioHeeincii who gathered from ndjolning posts. Gordon was so uxillcul Hint ho never btoppod rutmliw until ho reached tho Mudlnou Btrcet pollen Motion, wliero ho roporled tho can-, Ho was no nervous and frightened when he reuched tho station houso that bo (ould scnncly talk. Whin hn vvns dually ublo to toll his slim two ditei lives were sent out lo Invehtlgnti' tho bold up. Thoy wore Inclined to doubt tho ttiirv uf tho robbery until Flak? and his wifo ami sen ml of thu druggist's lustomutH rorin bor.ilul H- Then Police Headquarters wus notilliil, mid a general alarm wus sent out giving n dosciipltuii ot thu robbers, A eluzrn Central Ghlco ilcleetlvca wero put to wink on the ease, Diugglst Fluks remembered having seen one of tho lobbers III tho drug storo a fow weeks ago. At thut time the man called to pun huso a bottle of mngnoslu. This, asldo from n iltweiiptlon of Iho mau, Is nil that the polite havo to work on. The Talk or Ilia Tuna, IbTiiipson't new Loau OOlee and Safe Depoilt Vaults, 14U West t'U it., ntar Breadwaj.-tlii. 1 SUE 1PLV7' OfElt M.HI A IU, lira. Slettoliorta tr lluiThlo Jumped lulu tbo input. N'lAUVHt, Kami, N, Y., Sopl. 21 Al l-over'a Nook Just ohovo Prospect Point at f o'clock this afternoon Mrs. Kllzabeth McllobttH ot Iluffalo Jumped into tlio Nl.vg.11a liver und was carried over the Kallv She hnd been seen HtnmlinK ue-ir lliutapldsa few minutes before. Noonu witnessed thu sol tide, but that the woman's irtlnu wnseloltbsralu isprovi'db) tho finding of her shawl, patnsol, nnd oyeglasses at tho point where sho was last teen, A bit of paper was plliuod to tbo shawl, and on It was written tbo nddiess of Mrs Melfob erls'i daughter, Mrs II. A. .Marks of lluffnlo Communication with Mrs. Mirks IJonlillod thu tulcide, Tha body was aeon but torn moment Just as it was svv cpl over tlio brink of tho American I'nlls It wat only a rod from thu shore, but the specU tors were helpless, Mrs. ltoherls lived iu Pe-rrv street, liuffalo. She was 115 yc irs old and insert iod 'Miovvasln ill health and nielmchoh Sho disappeared from home at noon lo dny. 111 AT STOltY IIIOfT HOODfOHD Spnln ofllclnll llealn lliat thn .ltusrlean .Minister lrrpntt-il an I lllmaliilu. ,1 ecfnl Cutis ifiinUh In Trik. Sex Plliis, Sept. 21 - Iho following Ion t en Is sued b) a semi ollltlnl ugenu) und.c da'.o of Madrid: "The declarations Imputed lo I, riltisj .S'jdejj Minister Woodford by certain eor.-'spor.dcr.tc nre olllciall) denied. It Is qui to rt run, Hint (,1 his Interview with the huko ul 'Lluor. ti:c American Minister fonu'ilalod no ulllrr.nLuni, and that their conversation, or. tlio contrary, wan extremely cordial and passed 0(7 lo the entire satisfaction of both pirhus " Telegrams, moreover, frou. ."'env orl: nr.d Washington confirm llilsdeulil hi.iI nlllrm thnt Gen. Woodford's mission . emllicly psrlflc. President McKlnlev has no mln:il!r,n r,f treat ing the Cuban question Iwforn llm oponlngof Congress In December." WAsmse.TON.Sept -Jl. Nothing further has been heard at the Stat" Dipxriuionl from Min ister Wooilfonl mid nothing h oxiioclnd until the Duke of Tclunn answers tbo conciliatory proposition mndo l) tin- Minister in behalf of the United Slates Government thai Ibis coun try would llko to assist in bringing tbo warlo an cud. short eclipse ix jitooKt,rrr. Cj Under lleatl Id a rower nouss Ottawa Out and Mops the Llarht. All thnt part of Hrooklyn within half ndoznn blocks of tho bridge, in all directions, was in darkness tor about twenty minutes nfter 12 DO o'clock this morning owing to the blowing out of tho cylinder head of a 1,20() horse-power en gine Iu the works of the Udison Illuminating Company in Pearl street, near Myrllonvenuo. Polire Headquarters, the City Hill, all ntoros thnt wero open, and all other building whoro lights were burning wero iu darkness until tem porary repairs could bo mn le. Although the cyl inder head fell near where n number ot nion were at work, no ono was Injured. MILITIA ACT AS FIHEMEX. Coal llreakar .ear llnxletnn Nrl an Trn Moldlnra sTork uu the Fir. HAti-inoN. Pa.. Sept. 21,-Tho Krans coal breaker at Heaver Meadow, owned by A. S. Vnn Wlckle& Co., and leaned lo Kennedy & Warner, was burue.1 to tho ground to night. Tho loss is sJSO.OOec Tho tiro Is supposed to havo been of inccndlnry origin. A battalion of tho Twelfth Ilcglmontnctodft lire luigade. Adjacent prop erty was saved by destro) Ing trestles nnd bridges with dynamite. .T.T LlfES LOST. The sieamsr It.a Hltika In thn Mediterranean After n 4'olll.lon. Xl'tcinl Cable Vavtilrh to Tnf si's Vifsvv, Sept. 21. Tha Ilritish steamer Tyrla and the Austrian steamer Ikn were In collision to-day near Flume. The Ik-v was so badly dam aged that she sank. Seventeen of her passen gers wero rescuod, but thlrty-lhrco wero drowned, TO MALE II HEEL.MEX WALK Mr. Ourntt rut I.lltln Trenehea Acro.s Iba ahlnwalk llrsldr Ills Slorp. HiDOVti iki.p, N. J Sent. 21. It was reported bv Committeeman John Lnnrenco.nt the meet ingot the Township. Committee, last night, that FroJ c. Out oil, who his n wall paper tore it thee Tner of Orange nnd Cross streets, hr.d cut trenches niro t e sidewalk on Cross street Mr. Uiwrence nald that the I rem bos wero about ten feel apart and live or six inches deep, and that Mr. Oucott had dug Ihctii lo prevent wheel men from riding 011 the sidewalk. Isuallv they were rovcnsl with boards, no that Mr. Oucott himself colli. I ride his wheel on the walk, but on Sntui-ilavH hundreds of vi lirt'lmen attend the baseball games, mid then tho trenches were un covered aud the cvellnt wire ininpdlcd to walk. Mr L-vwrrncn nald that children had tripped Hi the excavation 1 net had been hurt "You think It is n pun1 cano of tussednes, don't ,vou i ' asked Chairman stout of Mr, Law j cure. "I most certainly do, ' replied Mr. Lawrence. 1 be pollen wrre untitled tn or lor .Mr Oueolt to restore the !dc-wnlk to ils original eoi.ditlnn ut once. llKIMH'.EIt TO All) EI.OXDIKEltS. To Hn Held Iteady to 4 nrry loud rrurn Nt. Mlrhatl. A ahiiinqion', Sept. 21. Secretar) Wins is taking a great deal of Interest in tho different propositions tn extend aid to tho miners In tlio Yukon regions, who are npt tosuflcr this winter from a lack of food, Ho directed tho Commis sioner of Hdueatlim tn da) to hend Instructions to tbe Teller reindeer tunllon to havo all iho reindeer which me trained to draw pledges sent tn St. Mich id. Hi 10 I hey will be kept during thu ivlnli'i. and If the occasion shoul 1 nrlso tiny can be utilized to transport provisions lo the Klondike. The reindeer will dmw yoo pounds of food a ml travel from fifty to 100 miles h day. UVI.lt OX 'ULL HE PAID Itp, .Silas Untililu. Slailn nn Italian IVdiller, Win, smashed Her Wheel, lilvr I i 8T. II) showlngdetirmliiitlon jcatcrday morning Miss Dobbins of bl Stone, street, Newark, com pelled an Hall in vegetable poddlor lo tllgorgn 7 lo pit for hor blc)cle, width ho wrecked hv miming over It with his wagon ns he swlflly tninrd iho corner nt Onngeund i:ngle streets. He tried to drive nvv a), but sho held his hor to until no owdiolloi'led and 11 nollceuian c.ime The Italian did not halo 7 to pa) for thn broken hind wheel and chain unid. bill ho srnt a I oy after thu nionej, mid Miss Dobbins wailed until hot claim wausillnlled. I XI VST1XII i.", 01)0, 01)0 IV A..II)A, In fiiiell.li synilleate Thnl Mill I'vpnii I i..il I'rodticta In I, rent llrllalu. Mosninvi, ucpt 21, A ilonpnlrli frmii Toron to mi) s that Mi-Phcrsoii, CI irk .-. Jar Is, hnrris lets of Toionto, havo found, led iitgothlions for nil l.'nellsh S)ndlcnin to Invest $.1,000,000 In Canada, Tho nyiulu ite "III export fond iirodutts lei Great llnl on and will li.ivuthrt-h largo waruhoiises In ( n id 1. one lnMonlri.il, ono In Toionto, nnd niintlp r in 11 e llv -.I'ltnbe scloetcd. The sriulh in v.,ilnii touilig nln uc Hour, but will handle nil ullii'l too I pioilucts, illicit) fruit nml inc.tt. Kiiuriuoua Mho 11 ihliuui'iita from I.nit.iii. Toi'hKV, Knn , ''Pi "I 'I'lin nlinit nhlp nients from Kmis is mo cnoriuoiia. Hip sell touiit), up to -I'.it, HI. had shlppel 700,IMI0 busUulb, rcullzliu lor H about r "'00.000, or at least ijido for eiei) man, woman, and rhilil in tbo count) . Thirty touutlu. Injtho atalo caQ Iwat thla recuid. si. B. SCHUYLER BUItNED. jl 1HE HSJUXil HUH DESTItOlED AT III ITI.'lf PTEll. jjjH Llaht I'vraons Mbit -Mere, uu llenird I'.cnpe la flavJ the Shore Mia, Mitsun, n Slewnnless. (,ofia i Hack rur Her Hag and la enrlv tltereuino fll lil 9muUu lhvu ttnti'iied lrfjsa V4u,f)tiu BJ Tho tlshlhg bovt .1.11 Sctmjlcr was hurned ,:H tilmoU to tbe water s edieo hilt lilyht nt its pier &fl at the foot u! East Twcnt) llflh street. It le l? practicall) a tot ii los but Is raid to bt full) In- 'jefl surcd 'llH A number ot the cicn wcie ii'lccium Isinrd SsPJJ when tho Arc was discovered, but tin) all s,io- r-'jVjl cccdcd in escaping. iiH TLc-icliU)lcr h.is been tiuiklug d.iil) trips to Rfll the lijhing banks for o.irn. f.verv night she 'H has laid up at T.,cntv tltth street, ot, thu north i5tH side of tho dock. L&t tilcla she tied up at 'l uaunl, nnd most of hot crew vi ho slept ou Ixiirtl sriVJal went to bed at uu ear ) bout o-'IH Among them were Sarah Holland of 210 Sul. SiH llvnn street, Anna Watson of 134 Vtnisivteinth ''H street, slow ardojsis, Oeorgti Muxwe'l, a cabin Ivl boy; Gccr;o llcmun, t'.c cngluctr, and t lire its! deckhands nncla cnblh loj vvliose n urns wire fr-H cot lcnrr.cd i swJ Tho r:l;ht v.atcUunvn o! the lant w.u George Hfll Ijcrrnan. Ko v. as suppotii to t.-m.i 11 on the pJH i-.i.t all r.i-ht nn 1 see tha: nii'hlni; wi nt miil-s, EiaVJ kto-t ll.COo c'.ok. while m il.iug 1..- nmiids, tfiB hz Ccr-rmrco.s sbaottng up from the Im-iiuine k'H dcckns-ICrti; Ticrhjute.t In .i.d ran htlosr HflJ to the cr.jlas rcori to vvntn muni r-flJBJ Tto cr.;inc?r rr.ro.l a f.ofc and going on deck lyfl "jrr.c-d a stroam rt w.iler on the t'.auit s, bufc ff'H nJrendT they .vero b.-y,-ind rontiol. I he lire bad 'ifll eaten Into tho dcci.1 utidcr '.be' 'hairing, mitt 'K'iPJI vtna running up tbo siduv ;t the nlati rooms. ftll JTemus kept th?ifroimon tin !i-e l.onever, fi'BJJ e.xpeetlrg holp to rnmc from i-hote t 1 rj mm- HbI ute, until he vvnialmn't nverromi wilhsmnke. t'fl He then mndo his ua? to the Ini.er di. s ii'Bal Me intlme thu two c-iMn t-nyn tnd in en aw iik- U-BbI ened by tho alarm ami hid ."irniim u the mii'IiIiisp K.flal Inmates of tho staterocm The woine ,1 li ibbe el Uliafl a few outsldo clothea and tied !o the sliore. it- CBbI caning In safoty. g'Bal The deck hands also got. out mil running ?fll nshorc, rnng an nlnrm f Arc All t' m '.mi tho Ft'Bai flames werosproadtne with gro.iiinpiiiiiv. I'lie tl'Bai river wan already bcciiminii te i.c lighted up I'JaB nnd a crowd was flockltig to tho rivers edge to tt'aBI fiee the spectacle. H Mrs. Mntson. after ata-.ding nhivrr.ngnti the tflal dock watching-the vctisel fin nwh.lc suddenly 'fll gave n kcream and Itartcsl for tho boat. MB1 "My dog!" sho cried as some one trleeltoiton 'flal her. she plungod into the smoke' .,f 'be lower .BBI deck before nti) ono had -v chnnicto prevent 7?.B her Horpet pug dog Johnnlo was nhoard nud ,. she was going to save tt nt the rink ot her life. t-Bal r Policeman Corr and Komub'in in vhex of the jisBI East Twenty-second ntrcrt f-tntlon saw her aa H slie disappeared in thu smoke, and thev chased trflal nftcr her. They found her groping about err- -ilBal ing out the dog s name. Showan all but over- 'jrBal come and had to be carried out. sBal She was taken up to the oftlco o! the Consoli- &B1 dated Gas Works, whero she presently recov- i'aal ered. 'vfll Hv tbo time tho Fl e Pcpnrtmin' arrived on if'Ssi the scene, perhaps ten minutes alter the watch- 4.aBa man had discovered the tire, the whole boat was ';B wrapped In flames, and it was evident that but 'Tfifll little could bo dono to Fiv her. ' I'-flai Aa soon ns the first batt.ilior 'r..ef arrived a 'tlBal third nlarm was rung because of the proximity tJcBsl or tho gat works. The rlrcbca- Haverucyer i i?;K91 responded to the call, and several tugs with nro f aBsi apparatus aboard also gvve their assistant e. ' AwB Their combined effortn succeeded in saving th? . ilKB fishing boat Paul Koch, which la) on tbo south 'H side of the dock and prevented nny real danger 1 H lo thu cat works. . I ' Tho nre mado a most Tlrturcpquo sight, ns thn "-'cBbI whole river front was lighted up. -,iH Tlio burned boat is owneJ by J. W. Han cox, fe-BI Her Captain Is Henry Lange. llewas not atsa.vrd TmaBI Insrslgbt. The Iojs is estimated at 3-tt'.IHH'. nflsi SHE STOPPED A JAIL DEI II VRT. , H Sheriff nehte'e Wire Hushed la with llrvnlienj j I BJJ Just in Time. I JH MsO-e, Mich.. Sept. 21. While Deputf sfl Sheriff Hall and the turnkey were feeding the '' prisoners attthe InRhnm Courty Jail lnt nlgtit ' H Hall noticed that Al S'cr.e, who hud twice cs- v, BJ caped from Jail in this State, was nisfng from BJ his cell. The turnkey found him hidden nvvnvr jBfl in the washroom with : knsfn in cnili hnnd. jBJBJ Ho threaleaed 10 kill the turnkev I' molested. ?H I'he turnkey called for .-v-lntnuce, and with fl Hnll undertook to overcome tbo iirinoner. but fll Stone threw them both nnd made hi vm.v to .S thnt pari of the Jnlljwhcre tho lover hangs that ,fl relensei all the locks. lifll Just as Stone vvns about :o tbiow tho In or VjBI over nnd make n wholesale jnil dcliverv, Mrs. ;Am Itehle, the sherlfl'a wife. ri,shed in with 11 m- "tfll volvcr in each hand nr.d threatened tn kill htm uHJ unless he threw up Id hand' Stone obe)e-d MH and stood there tovcred b) the revolvers until 2tU Mr.. Itehle obtnincd iiesintniut. Her uuiclc 'flBl work prevented the ccnpo of over thirty long- -ffli term men in tbo Jail. rlBJ SILVEE CAMP MEETIXO Ol Ett U ! Sam dmall Made the 4'loaliii;siM.eeh rromnlertl 3flJ Loan CIKIO. 'jj'BJ SpniMiriKLD, O., Sept. Jl The attendance at SfH tho silver camp meeting to-d.i) was notlnrge, WU nnd there wnt on uncertainty ..'wr the speaker! ' tU for tho mornln-r. Col. H-own iutroiuccd ffl Stephen Douglass WillhiuiH of Grand Hapida, jfl Jacob Fnrlow of Vnn Wert and Frank C'nntell ot Zvj Chicago occupied the remainder of thu morning. ? Judge m.tllev of I'pptr uinduK) wast hair- fall m in this nfternoon. twin nnll snoke for ov er ;. two bonis on " What Must Till Nat Ion Do to He i'B Sxresl ' llefore Ml Small was through talking U tl -lii etetitvvas being pre nml for rcinnrnl. ;fl ehecmi mefnluc then closcel. I hi proniotcia U havuloei $10 J. $ OMAlI-i LIVE STOCK VSCHAXUE. tBJ It la Considerably Fvcltrrt liver Judge Poster's sjfl lirel.lnn In Nnniai, 'fl U.Miili. Neb, Pert. 21.-The sweeping de- fym cis.on of Tederal Judgo Foster, 1V1 hiring th jB Knnas City l.lvo Stock Kxcliange nn Illegal 'B organization, bus made n great stir here. jjB The Omaha Kxihunco held n meeting to-day IB tn de'crmine vvhnt to do. Iluv tolegiiiphed to the Knnsnn Citv Uxcliaugn olleriug lo assist In carr) ing!tho case tn tlio coin, of lust resort. iM They hgure that they mn prevent n tlnal de- mm e Islon for five eivrn Millions of iloll.us nro 1 indirectly tied up In the Live Slink Kxclmngo '!( here, and tho I nion Muck vnids Company r, suys It cnnnolMo business vvilho'it 1111 exchange. rhrentenlng tn Drive (he Indiana Out. J PoCATrLt.0, Idaho, Sojit. 21, Mil. h utiensl- A nets is felt nt tho Indian iigcnc.v nt Hoss Fork: yi over the news that ncveral hundred Indians In Cilitereoutity are slaughtering deei and elk for . I tho pelta nnd that tho settlers nro preparing to 3 drlvo the Indiana on' of Iho count!-) hy forco. II Is feared there will he nerluus tremble. This was the c.vuso of the ltn.i.111 outbreak In the ( Jackson hole cuunti) two) earn ,11:0 and of the t- trojtiln In the Wuud fllvcr countrv thin spring. i The Indians now Infiisle'riuunt) iiinliulionit) nnd II itinoc-kb 110111 Fort Hnll nml I'ort Lemhi i rest rvul ions. 'S lllehnrd Cioldeii Xinrls Nuiroented, W.VFllISiiTON, Sept. 21.- ITlchiird(ioldcii, the actor, who opened hero lift night 111 "the Isle j of Champagne," had 11 narrow escape from suf focutlun this Hftcinooii In his room iithoHiggt ! House. He vvns asleep on Iho bed with tho gat I or nisi nu. ) Ilnstei 11 Lumb, 11 iliiimbfrimlil, noilced the , Binell of gn und, 1 1 uilng Gulden's door, nhe 1 lllthtfd n match to Und the leak An explosion followed It scl Hie in her hull mid binned her Blxmt the arms und hnnil, Goldiii es. aicd with uulliijiuy. Thcihamhiimiild will llvi. , .xieltlnlev I iiimi.utfa u siurderrr'a Neiiiriien. ' Pvlll, Tex . Si'pt. 21. Pres! lent McKlnlcy , hnseoniiinited thu .enteiu e uf 1' LeoAdilingtun, Iho noted muidcrcr, who was Iodic on Hie seat told in tills cit) on next rr.dn). In life iiiipilsuu 1111 lit. r Addiuglmi h ul given iii nil liope of FxecuUve I 1 leliirui), nml vi.is incp.iiiiig fin Uu 1 lid hi .Iiiiii', l!l,", AddiiiKlon 10 io up In Ihn I, me of Osini Hotlgus In thu ( hoi law Nation .11m -hot him down without wniiiin,, or pi o 01 m ion, l-rnst In the Virlhwi'si, Clip voo. Sr pi ;'l l'i lit 11 nis f 1 "in vnncut jnrls of Ihn Northwest my that fiost wss gen eral last night Ihio.ighii it I, nuns I111I1.111.1, Michigan, Win-onnin low 11 NeluiuiUii, Muine- i I sole, and theentlri Nortliv.esi Slight flu 1 n ottiiuvv vv urn reported ui Michigan, Judhwa.auA n WilcODIlu, '4 f". , . s BtaaaBaBDBBBBsnDBnaB-aaBDaaiu.