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1 THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1800. 3" ffl
TAVO DEATH SHOCKS ALOFT,
I . ..oniliu riiiniiserOn,tiorBiiliijrne.
J ,vrl"l, I Tin ". "H.llrm. of Wlres-
., (iihpr. 'Hiatal" Ilaiinnii, Calls frum
.tn After Receiving n ShorU.
r.prc,i Payne, n special lineman of tho
ii nikivn Hi" liopsrtniPiit.on a special tourof
'"' .., looking for breaks or damago dona
h ,h.i - r;n "l Wodnesdny night, arrived on
ti .l.iii l-l""'1 'il'l'l of Nowtown Creek
J jil, ,,.tor lav Hint utt)i( noon hour, when
h I'll" ,,f ""' ('"y H "' ,lle h,Bhet
II m i 'I rf '"" l'nincrs were hurrrlnir
' in- hiii!c. wlillf totti approaches wore
,,.H,... i with team- Climbing Hplkes are
'lrhin in 'lie M"f two poles nt thin point
',,"; -c ih telegi.iph tm.l telephone wlies.
I rtk ne i'ie'ViHriis togoupthepolefaelnp;
i , mrii'in iiienit". Payne dlsenrdod his
,,., ,, . rubers and left thorn on the steps
' ,' ,,. ,t, Hh wont up the polo
W " j , . ,. in ili ilelnlty paid any ntton-
tiin.'h ' "'"' fr'ghtcned cry wenMip from
1 , ' ,, ,. , lug the bridge Then u scilos
I ', ,, , Tt..t ones followed, ami cioThoil)
,1 4 tin,. I th" direction of tho polo on which
'ft I lU) n I i i-n working Tlioysaw hlswrith-
JL ,' . i , k lnlf nay netoss thow'res Ills
31 " -wise night I" one of th" climbing
4J. "k, ,, Mils, with thn support tho wires
"to- i , ,, i i'n h.i filling
ii i ' '. '"How lug the shouts then wis
H vi,ii'i ' 'righton-d mi'ii and women mi
I , (, ' (,., . nin tiled' i got niv.iv liom tho
1 iw'n !"' I" and hundreds of othois surged
H . ,'!. .1 n a ftantic otolenint tn rescus
I ti ,. M'L-i'inn 'I 'Tins hulti'd mi tho bridge
3 . ' !! ill'1 ich. suMlm: to tin- confusion
I y , ' ,,, i wi-singing about eivlng fnr i
ft ir i i . i i i 'i -' "ov. ' irc-d.- more thnn I "
l L . I.. , 'u.! h s wa I" '! poll' and Willi
's Vhi i w. ' I" -nation onu'lit hold of tho
5 ?,., ,,., i , sn . wont up the polo nimbly
1 ,, . i"iirit' in ""l o iri t iiv below !
met Ii n-i'.i'i 'hi i Mngody. and th" crowd
4 .,..tli ''! "If I. 'ai-o warning the hoi
6 ?. i, I h tho I'-'dv "Hit ho didn't
1 h .'.I !l- '.IMi '!..' 1"d Cia-l'IHZ Hi" llO'lV.
I ,,,.,. (. i. i n-o i' ftonitlH'Win " J'lii'ivelBht
1 J.., , iM.-'i f '' litiii.fid I" w-i'oi,p...ii.il
me" up ''" i'' ""l '"" "'' "honod tl.o
,r n," ll.it Hi" lnn'riini tint r Mine on Iho
,,ir. ' a i-Jli"' 'li' i'-'1 In tho nuMtitliuo
i, ..."or h 1 1 I '"'ii litiiini'il 'ind m Pl.into.l
.,. ',. i .' -and Idn.ird llu- .Hid Uol
,,, . i . i, m nt up, and, uottini; tho horly
I,,,,, rtli win-, wuli Iho iifcslMntH'o of sov-
,,,., ,ti. - .vii ui'i'ui'., broimht It down tho
I. ,1 .,
' I'm, -In ii'd 'iino li;in of ilfo and n call
5 v -i- - ii' '' ""' ' '" " Hospital for an atnbu
! in'i.i.. I'. 'or.' it airnoil l'ayno was doad.
Hi" "mi-. i d 'Op 'in row burni'il In oach of his
i. ii I- hit i tlo'inno thoro wore no marks on
il, I , v . . .i.o in tho vn'lnitr know tho
.1 1 1 inn ii th"is Idontlllod ny moans of
ii' I,, ,, Uo ii- ii!d " .poci.il. HI "
A 1 .Mro'n -not .iippoiioil to bo nny dnncsr-
t J 0,i, v i, v nheio I'.i) no mrt his th-ith spooial
p i li'i..ii nw.r -' nt .iw r tho 101K0 in tho after-
A I iiii.ni m '-tt'ito Tln dNi'irtl twooloo-
U t. ., K ,i.- il it had boon torn loo-o durlnit
fv M ti . -' 'in I tho inulit hefort" h-ln aoross tho
if . tr .Ml - til!''-' Thl' ihonMM wasinailoon
V i il,, , ,.it. -id" nf Vornon nvonuo and moro
w 'I, mil ; .1 'I'l'k awai from tho sooiio of the
W Ji ,i i.i Ii .n-i "i tmi; thn onblo box l'avua
m i . Iiiv. 1'iiuht hold of tho to.ppliuno wlioB,
tlnu th nh oh tho lull eurront of the nli-rlrlo
t -lit w n - w i- tiinninK Ho was ;i,"i yoars old.
jii'.l Ii" i i- mi irriod and livdat Ki!''J ISedford no-
' Tt B'(,ul',.i..-kili'ii.aii 4'.i)oais..d.of MSI'oisvth
I uti.'. . M ii I :i"t in foil fioni a flftv-footoloclnu
I i ti I '. .ii in. in I and Ul.intlo nionues
I I, . klu -'old iv innininir ind was piokod
I up .li-id II. -tiii.-k h."lilow,ilk h"ad llrst
J lliti m .! Hi.- fui .'man of a sijtmil nf mon
k- iituiit l i tho I'disoii I lo' trio 1 lulu ' oinpanv
t limit 'ip hi .1 i ii ,-ir-s and n-i air 'honi
R I "ik ,i-' 'iin I a' tin- I'firniT ot tlantio and
ff in, iv.iiii-". II innnii olliiiliod tin polo to
ffj n i. hi . iiiiiiiiu.'ii U lion In- roaohodtho
M t I ' - t .. k hi- i ibl'or tl ivs from his holt and
W I- ..ip. I m put tl .-in on. In dolni; this It is
"B n 1 tl hi his -il'Iii hind. oor whloh tho cloM'
f h i I n .' -. i"i It iin. .lino ill ootit.-u't with tho
? 1 1 , a w n 'i i 'io I'vil iron oh.ircod with
n i . ."i -iiv
i lli..t. Ii su 1 1..- H Ii -.vim.' iluld, his hold on
J th.. . .! i.M i. I. -i -1 Hi" fitri f"ll
fJ Mi" t nun i'i hi wliloh Hr Knlcht ot
f-t. J'.ht s ll'.-iit.il inndo dliplosod a
1. in ii .i.-io 'In- i ilm of tho rlislit hiind,
t-li'iiiini; lili-io tho ol.'i'tilo sho.-k had boon
pa i i"l Win n 'Ii" suicioii loainod thnt
f II ii.ii in had nul a sn,ok of -ninctlilliL-
'l i-!.o '. loo ..-,. i.. in ''ii.loil thit tho tnnu wns
8 lU-aU'-'.'i" ! . ti. k 'ho p.iv.-in'-nt llaiman
li-iio- i . .iv i.i I -,-, . .-Ii ilili -n The I'dlxon
J poii. i in - Mit .T... t,- .Mis ll'innan yitt'rdav
$ utt-ii.i-i mi 'h.it. with b-r potniisslon, tho o-
ll I'M- - ' tho liiiui.'il would bo paid by thu
A c t,i:u
U M DDI IC .1 (1. '.' I4M 4(3X11.
' IIi-hj Italn C'.iiKiil I'.iulli to Suttlo Hint
jt IIiilC" In Ono Cml.
1 Purine th" storm mi 'lhurvHv evcnlne
4 th r'l f"o . ' thp i."i:s at tho soiitliiTo-lorn
oil or di il i k N i 'J at t lie Uroiikhn Naiy
lid toio i j h'iip.I fi. nil tho ui'ii.'hts to wldoh
i tlioi noro tp'kod and nmh I iiiwam ton.ird the
iV, P'nt 0 if Iho do'v, 1. the proUK? if oarth
k k i I -t 'lies who'll I id FCl lovl III bohltld thoni.
g Tht; .nt ii-o' a dr dook .no the stoi la.idim.'
B lii" th" to. i to the bottom of 'ha dook and
jj r '.I. ,u- il !- ho -ides and rnds of it In
, B olfn !"!.- tin i ar'' srlked to upriuhls.
n!i 'i 'jnt oii'w.ii.I. u V.I11C t lie oiadle-llke
1 li ii" t 1 th l.ivl, Jl.ii'k "f these mipuorts tc
V lint ii'i's fit -o. pi, il foot lout Piles tiro dllion
JtV li.titiip crminii The sii..oo botweeu the
T.V nt 1'- il he iipiu-hlH and between the up-
r .'iiis-iii I i'io 1 lios ue hiiiposlmI 'lo be filled
! c : i wi'ii "nth '1 1 1 1 1 ntone The injured
Mi ! 1 iv i mil 1 uifill.itn 111 fIo iii'twiTn the stone
Jfi l''k ..hvl N - 1. thu latest aiul lamest in the
Ml i'n" .f tin. mil .uift on duty nt the lard
I ' I 1 n'i itpr ii'steulai that learsr.iKo a
K "" rui 1 .mi: near what is now tho south
SI " ' i'i" .In k and that when the dock
mn ' 1. 'nt thi 01 iitcirtors hid not urop-
QB rl l1 'I '11 this nener. The letult Thas
11 '' 'ho tntMo lias alwav- boon inoro 01 less
Sffi ;;'' ".' I 'h i'iiiiIi mi that aide of the dook.
MB "' hi' H. i' Hie piohablilties were that the
h imi'i nu h 1, 1 oau-ej n u'lenter settllni: '.hau
fm '-'" "'it a nooket had been formed liiime-
mt I i'i-1 1,,1,'k ,.t iMieie the timbers uavo wuy
w &l 11 .t .1 iiiuiilty of earth fiont ahoie
W '1 ii-ll in filled up th pooket and eaiued
fS Hi- I Unas'"
15: ' I i'i ipI fur htilldiuc thU dry d.X'k was
ffis '"' l".l 1111I Mo- nork loiiuu In I'sHT. and it
K; ffl 'i''-' it'll Iv iho (loioinment in IHSli .1
jm .1 s:m.in .f lli.iuklyii was the conductor.
M the . i,ii , t i hop boiuu' about -r.iOD.lHX). The
I -. k i- hi 'oi-t luiit: nliltli from coping to
B p. : it., i , foot, w.dth it on. moo Iliko of
m Ji'.- '.' :.-. t . wi.lib .it oiitriini'o. ton of cate,
i 's "' lei t h. i feel DurliiL' last joar the
fe. " k " - in i In. l'.'ii ilavn. 'Iho unpro-
:; ' i' 1 ini-oi lvtrmt was tho latest lessel to
1; '' i t v. t the dook, am.1 nho was Moated froni
i i ti ...its ai.'..
3 ' i tor ' I dry dook No. 'J has been a hls-
g l"i ...ii-hiis It was H.ibi oiterJai Hint It
H wi t,i, . m thi.'o lo sK weeks to rei.alr the
j I' -tl t 1,1. ,K.
i"; it (iituiti ri 's roi.iiicn. virf.'i,
' . p., ik sbipo r.iiiviiinoiii. Assnrr Illm
I h.ii 1 boi Aio Sllllll.
11 "h. shy inoiiiinc Lieut -Cim Tim
"'in I ...IrulT s.-nt out liivltitl.uis to
" I ' -ni it .- !oiiiblifin- in oaoli or thn
' i -'t.i'i distnots of thu Twelfth As-
' H-tiioi. in llro.il.lvn. which Is his
"" I ' I halllw-iok to call mi him at
''," ,' Hi- wiiiio emnlni: Altnu'olhoi 1H7
' ' ' ' - in to -iiuiin..ti..il, and in spito .if th..
' . '' - 'a iilinl iiiui tj'thn'o ro-poiiiloil,
, ' ' - i'Uiilo'1 as a romnrknbln nib.
' 'Mr ...lruris liilluonoo The llmi
,, " I Iiiii.'tioi was oliii-i'i' ( h.iiimaii
ft, 1 '' ' to. on,... ,,i Mau'i-trato llonry
V. ,',' "' ,v " 'n-tin Mr. Wood mi IT -.ii'l
'j I''1 i w i- a vimis tn know wbi'thor th-t.'
; n- -i r - i ,,- ..bjooiinn i.i his i"titliiuoi
. , , i 'ho nri; 1111 itlon In tin-distiiot,
r ' ii'' I a iiiinoos thai there wein
. ' ' ' uinlemitonts, who hm! t It 1 1. .t no
L , ' iiiIIiii'iioh His rpiicos, ho was toll,
, , '',' 'i ' -losi-puro
, " " I'tilT took oooasion to sound the
i I",- , ' I MiohnoM liadi and Mr Walter
( ,' ' -. I'll, siid th it both Mi"-.' c le-
I v, v" K'iiki.i llk-ht their own li.mli i
J i i ml Irmn linn
J ,. ' 'h, ,i,i ,,f tho confab Mi IniUhei
f ' . I .non., i,, iipiioint a v. mi in it t. u of
I iii' ''' "'" dolomites to the Count)
5 I,, ' ' ' ' ' " luted for at the hoptombcr
P, , hii- l"i"i iniiniatimis iccontlv that
'nniiissioiioi- llonry i: Ab.-li Is no
1 ' ,.' i i '1" on I tmicli wlih his nelchbor. tho
I ' ' i' '-ii .i.rnnr. but it Is "loir that their
I'ru.' . i" "'"iisnix undisturbed, fin Ills son,
coi ' t ''"''""s moot tho participants at the
lilhtiilni; lleirnj ii C'hiirili.
' si.'i in, -'riii'k tho spire of ht .loaohlm s
.' ' ' itlnii" Cliiirch at (VlnrhurM,
, '" '" oid. in tho storm on Wetliies-
'. si an I the bulhlmu was buriiod
a, " tin mon nrrlied thoy saw
ti ' ' ' ''' '' 'h nas iliiomod, and they devoted
'' " '" -ii me tho parsoiiac". which
n , "' oiuuoh iiiiiiwhii'h was also ailie
'H "leaiTjjed "J ' ,,ie I'Sroclilul resldeuco was
OFFicnns ov Ktiir nuaiaiKSTs.
Cnptnlni nnd Meiilttunntt Appolntnl. An
Immcnts to ltrBliiii-nts.
WAsntsoToN. .Tuly IM Tho followliiB ap
pointments In tho volunteer service were made
ToboOnplalnB--.Inme9 M. I.lddoll. formorly
Major Fifth V. K. V I.: Hamucl V I'rlce, for
merly Major Hlxth roiinsylianla Infnntry:
Dei eiauxHhlelds, formorly I.le'ltenniit-Colnnol
flecond Mississippi Infantry; (iranvllle Sevier,
formerly Captain Spcond Tonnossoo; peter
Vrodonburc. formerly Major Third Now Jer
sey VoluntOPrH; Charles K Ii.ivls, formerly
First Moutonatit I'lrst Mnlne: Sainuol I) t raw
ford, formerly Major Fifteenth 1'ontisylvniila:
Lucius C llonuett. formorly Captain Nooond
Ohlo;Tliomns W Darrah. formeilv l.lputrnnnt
Twentieth Lnltcii States Infantry, who sp...
dally dlstlnaulslied himself In the Saiitlauo
To bo First I.leiilonants-.Ianies ll.lllnunt,
Jr. formoily First I.loiitennnl Third f H. V I ;
William 1 Clark, formerly Lieutenant Tlilnl
(ieorirln; Willis C I)ai, formerly Cnitalu
First (ieorcla: Wilson (). Ilontou, fnimeriy
Captain Fiftieth low.i: lames M Klnibroui.'h,
J i . formerly Captain Third (lenrulii .lames
Loncstreet, .It , formerly Fust I loutonant
Ninth F H V I i iteoiun I) llloe. foimoil,'
Chaplain hitth .Massaohusotls; lloniy (1
Crookotl, foiiiieilv CapJaiii I list Maine r.
tllloij : l.di:ar "s st.nni, lormoilj .u-ut ii.ml
lifth reiiiisylianla : .Stephen omicn I u.iua,
formorlv ('apt iln isoi-oiul I s V 1 : llt'iij.unl'i
Stark., Ir, lormeily 1 irst I.ietiteiiiint hiutb
l. h I
To bo Second I.leiiteti. nits l,oi. i li.hoi.
formoily pillule Iseiontj-llr-t .Now Voik. -
sistatil F.imilieer 1 lilted Stalls Nail .'iiniii.'
Spanish war: Unbelt II Stlllmaii. folium j
Serjeant Astoi Uatton , W s Well-, .It .Intuit i
l ( aptnln Conipn i 1', Tlilnl Mnbniiin. I tod
otlck llailrii. Captain and Assistant surc.-mi:
Wllllmi n.iwon, ( aptaui and A-sistaiit mh
Ui'on. Iliohaid IniswoM, liist l.i.mt. nant
and ssinnt Suiuemi : (toorir" I' Hood. I list
Lieutenant and Assistant snu.-omi. Menu
.lenkinsoti, foimoilv Cai lam 1'n.hth 1 s .l ,
Lewis M ( Intl.. fiiiinorl) Slxttenih I'eiinsil
vnnla ; llobett Coillms. formorlv Scrue ml hm.
eiith I'nltcd States Inr.iiitry
To be Lieutenant Colonel Hubert W I omianl
of Now ork. foimoily Colonel 'iwcltth .New
nlk i d 111 itit't .
To bo Jlajm Francis aid, foinor'y Lieut
Pliant C.iton.'l 2(i'.M New Ymk
To b" CnntnliiH-Twenti -soionth Infaiitii,
William II (iiai'le and Willium I" .ludsmi, foi
merly Cnplaiiis Twelfth New Vmk . W.ilti r I
Ilandall. formerly ( iiptiilu '-'o'-'d New Voik
KKCRViTixa run xr.tr iivmi wests.
Tho First Two Dnys hlntw n Tntal nf 7P1
3Ien Itllsli of ppllrants at Itiifhiltt.
Wakiunotov, .Tuly LI. -The War Department
Is rccolvliiB urntifylnc reports from leorul'lni:
stations on the enlistment of volunteers for
Philippine hervlce. Ciders wcio issued mi
Monday directing oflloersto bcein leorultlni:
At that time tho loluntecr stations had not
been opened ami only the regular reoruitinc
olUco3 beican tho work lleports frmu thfo
ofllcos showed that a total of lint men wciean
llstod on Tuesd.ir and .'t.VJie'vtpiilav shouhl
the same proportion be maintained each dav.
the total number of men loiuilred fur tho ten
lolunteer leiilments will be seou'e 1 within
about thirty dnvs, but It Is oxpeott .1 a' tho de
partment that when the volunteer stations are
opened and the reuuiieutiil officers cot down to
work fitlli fiHU to tltiu men . ill lie reotuitid
each day s lapidh us tho) are enlisted to
emits will ho sent from the stations to the
rotiilos'ious dosu-'iiali'd by the department in
ilifTciciit Pints of the United States There
the) will be diilled and eiiulpped and bo bi
nt i noted in tnri:ot pirn Mon to got them in shape
fornothe serilc" in the Mold.
The 'ollowluu Is a emiinlelo lepoit of Hie
cnllstmoiits in each v.uu'.tuii'atlon up to this
rifnintfnl In-ill. IVi di't.fi.. ..In'
Tvnn suiii .. tc r.. in
TvTPlitv ..-leuth T'i r. . ill
I wuntr-plulitli . . . 4.: a so
T'lfiit llllltli - i - -'
1 lilrtlrth . '' - ". I Us
llintv tirst .. lot J ls
'Itiirt- .- . ml ' . 'I ''
'llitrtj t'nr.l . I'
llvlrn-r .uitli i 1'. IT
To'aU ... . -in "- " 'I
IIiimiii. .full lit 1'iiIT iloand mii if tin Inn:
towns will, if .illnwed lo do solo th"Ui,rii-
paitinoul. furnish more than thin -h.no nf
loluntoi'is fur the now Tw-oiiiv--ith
"There has been a ureat'-r nihnl npplio.nits
silioo tip oall of. lulv."'" isissiiedth.'i'i there Inw
oior been at this .lfllci. lefnre." .utl Ma ..
Dutioaii to.. I. iv " Fieii ii hen we not" n oruit
liil.' foi the Tbliteontli and fnr ir.-noi t! soiin-e.
when Lieut Malum wa- bop-, the iiiiinbot u is
le- I hope to lie aHinTci to i on n-oi uitiim.
lor it is .ippaicnt that thoio wil' i nt le the
hlmhte-t dlillciiltv In lllliin.' mit "iir ii'iinl.ei
fur the 'I iienty-sixth ll"Kini"Iit I'i Hen slmii I
tlm. .on I tint the ril-f. lllll ei lltlliilf is in. ie
tliiiu bkeh We are i-.-.-iiiitini' in ht mi)
foi tin- mliuitPer sitiIoo and tin- ml-ii il J "ips
(in Mmidav wo enlisted twn and loji .-ii-d lime i
(III Tuesday we .loot pted live .Hid mi Wedno--il.n
ob'ieii In the l.i-t In ' d.n-'-''i wi i" i"
l.."to.. miiklii"; IS enlisted and i.i rejei-tod In
the llrst Ihreo il.lisnf th'- wool, un.lcrtlie new
i all Thorn iioi" "tlcis r. n-i t" 1 witloni -o
liiueh is i j lii-ioiil ei. i in i ii, it i. a and .in f"in i
al . uipe.it moo. s.i tint tin ie b-is lio.-n oieii a
mi ni.'r imuilierof uppli'Miits than the lluure
mi ip ifsfirs in i;i ireiHi i.
Tills (,..ei llllll-lll 1lll Not Send u I.I
teil In Mnliil.ilii lb" lltiiiloe mm trine.
W ismsuioN, .Jul) I'I Th" news ih-pltehes
from New Orleans tollnik' of th" distill In d enn
tlition of aflairs In (nialoin tin owiiil; to the
repudiation of th" bonds ..flint county held
abroad attracted pnnsidoi.il.lo Inteie.t at the
State Department lo-dai H was s,n. b otll- ,
clals ot the department, howoiei. th il thih i
fioveinmont would not send any ntiial fmee
tiitjuateiiiBliiwateisaiitltl.it no li.roruiatimi
had been levelled hoi" to em III in Hi" if-
poit that nreat llrit.iin and ( nany would
send wai ships thoteto l..v'k up the r pio'esis
airalnst the ropudialimi of ibe bonds hold In
llrltlsh anil (lorin.in Hiibieets. Sonio of tho-n
bonds are In tlm possession nf ilenn "Iti-
ifuiis. and repiefoiitatlons haie boon tiiado to
the (ioiertiinont ol (tu.neninl.i In the si;it" lie
paitment aii.ilnst the lopu li.it I-m
Should foreliiii d ncinuionis make any de
monstrations loadina to tin siis'.ieliin tint
there wiiKilaimeruf a uoi.nouof the Moiir-
Dootiine. I lilted States nai.nws Is will iin
fiuostloiirthly bo sent to (iutein..j;. but tills
(lOiernineiit K not in laim of otlle t uir thn
dobtsof Individual Ameile.ui eltioii-ny Imc
rur.t: .wmrr si:i nr novsir.
Sniups""' "'n Ciniteiitl Hint the Marl
Turi'sa n ii Captured lessel.
Wihiiimitos, .Inly LI.-Some of the oflleeih
nnd men of the invynho paiticipitcvl in the
lietmyuior Ceriei.i's s-iualion otT Snutiano
on .Inly It. IWes. haie applied to HieN.iil l'
partinout for prle tnonoy on acoount of the
captuieot Ho at ni.ired orill-or Jli.ria I oiesa.
( orient's flnkshlp. and the depaiinioiii to-day
dltecti'd the Hoard mi iiniootlmi and Sui
vo) to make an appraisal nf the lain" or
that ies-e when llnaled b) thowi -ckers
Thel N.nv doii.rtuioiit, b idoiniL' th" ap-pi.ii-al
nf the Mini, i 'leios.i. has soonilti'.l)
ii.lliilttetl the point I.iisod that s he was a cap
tuiod and not a destnnoil les-.-l If this as
sumption pmies to bo ooneet.theio mil be
ili-trll'iitedammiu'tlioollloetsand iiion of Hie
is Heel an animint estini lit 1 at ill' mt
-.'i il i.i i in at tin. b ast. In-tead of los. than nne.
tenth nf Hi it sum wlin Ii wmilil bo j ant it tlm
lie.id inmiev iiile iveni to pioiail.
in ii"ihs ur.i.i n v ixir.4.
Helm In the Depnrtlire lor 'San rrnill'Ueo of
Ibe Wurieiii slifiiniiii nnd (irnnt.
Visiiim.'iiv, July i:i 'I'ho Whi Depart
iiient Is "omewhat couoprned oier the fiilure
ot the transports Waiion. Sheiruan and (.rant
to KOI awn frmn Manila fnr Hie United States.
It was intended thai Hie-e vessels t-hmilJ leam
the IMilllPPine' in time to airlieat San 1'ian
elsco earli In Aimu-t i-c that thev mitht be of
senlee In the traiisi.ortailo-i of loliiu'oeis I
wa- known in thedepait'iii'iit that the ivnhomi
inontioiioil bv nn. litis in bl dosp.it. lies was
paitlv le-iioiislMe fnr the .'clay in then d'l
parture. but now that dvn mti- Im- i"i"rtcid
that the storms have eci-oi'. ( 'uirterm ihtr
itener.il 1 udmu'cin Is at a los. to undeist Hid
whr th" tiiinrpoiit nine no' loft .M ini.i Ao
oordliiBlv. a lel'-uriim w i- sent i i;ihf t i "I.
Fore. ohpf:guirterinalorat Manila dlreotins
him t'. canle the reason Im the delay and to
state as near as possible when the transports
nt Ilelnilnteil. but rermlttrd tn Snf Mnt.
The repoit that Iho lb-i. Dr James M"
Donald, who was hiipendod after his auael, on
Fathei lllll. reetm of St Paul's Chinch in
llrookljn, nix .lit Mi" leais .i" had been re-
inhinted In llisi.. M"D e II and assigned to
nssi-t lallnr Mel inly in M, Unuistlnes
Chuieh. Is denied I rl' ltd- i I" ""-""'V'.'i'
I rl'-st liave b.-en mi lieu' ,w. th th" (lunch
authorities in his l.eliuir I nln-r Met ai'V said
that, while Dr M 'Donald bid lot been lein
sinted, he had leoehed peimissloii to say mass
in his "hutch (or a llmitud tints
OUR PHILIPPINES FLEET.
mo ixvitKASK Tintovoit rirnctiASB
AXIt V.II'tVHM MOM SVA1S.
Thn Thirteen Smnll Vessels den. Otis Ilotlulit
ami the Nine Cnotured by Dewey Are Now
In Ken IcenbleCondltlon ThreeTuKS anil
h Strnin llarce Alio Added to the Fleet.
Wasminoios, July lit. The Navy Depart
ment ha? obtained by telegraph from Manila
a complete list of the Spanish veneli pur
chased by Major-ricn. Otis from the Hoanlsh
(loiernment nnd turned oyer to the navy.
W ith the addition of these vessels, all of which
draw llttlo water, lletr Admiral Watson will
have a siiHlclent number ot llKht-drauelit
ciaft to pollen the Philippine archipelago and
In orerato aBalnst the Insurgents In the
numerous lauoons and rliorsof the Island ot
Litton. As early as last December Admiral
Dewev rouuested the Navy Department to
send him a number of lleht-drauaht (tun hosts.
A month later the Admiral cabled an urgent
request for isssals ot that eharaoter, but the
department was unable to send him more than
half u doen As tho Admiral contlnuod to
Iniportiino tho deiartment on the subject, It
was decided to fit up sonio ot the coiiTertod
vaehts luod lu the war with Spain, but on tho
jiliL'o of the Chlof Constiuctor this determlna
Hon was nb'iudntiod, the Chlof Conotructor
lioidlnclti.it It iiould bednnceroiistorlsk such
email, frail craft on a voyage of 10,01)0 miles.
flei thn battle ot Manila liny, all the Span
ish gunboats that haiu been engaged lu po
licing the l'hllipiilues concuntritcd at Z.tmbo
rni co. In the island of Mindanao, and remained
there until rei'enlly, when thcy!wcre bought
for the I'nliod Slates by Oen Otis. Just prior
to their departure from nniboitigo foi Manila
these gunboats were raided by Insurgents,
who took from Hem a number of guns, which
were used auainsttthti Spanish garrison de
fending Hint place. Otherwise however, the
lestcls wore left untouched, nnd den Otis has
cable! that half n dozen of them wore In ex
cellent ooiulitlon foi sen Ice when delivered at
According to the telegraphic report recelicdat
the Nin Department Hie icosels purchased urn
thirteen m number, twolie gunboats and oun
tmpeiloiiOBi. I'll" gunboat- are thitCalamlane,
M.niveleo. Iiulus.ui I'.iinp.iiign I'ar.igua Sa
nun. lbii. Mnnileuo. l'aiia) aseo l tdancta
and GiinrdO'iu! The tori'edo boat Is tho liar
eel, i. In addition to these tho fleet in the
Philippines his been Itn'iensed, hi purcham.
ot eaptiue. bv the tugs llanldo, .-jureste am)
Petrellla, the steam launch lona and the
s:eam barge Ondiiia. With ii ins inssels now
in serviceable oonnitlon. captuied by Dewey
the Hset In the Philippines Is sulllclently Inrgu
fm nil present ptnposes, ThoBe nine lesseh
are the Dan Juan of Austria the Isl.i Je Cuba
the 1-1. t de Luzon, the Manila. LI ('alio, Callao,
I cite Mlndoio and Mindanao. Mostofthece
aie gunboats of light diaught. The Don Juuii.
uba and the Luzon haie been repaired and
put In llrst-ct.ns condition at Hong lif ng. and
It has been reported to 'he Navy Department
that I'I Cauo. alo.if Hong Kong, will bo ready
this month for reeelvlng her armamivt
The best of the thirteen lensels purchased
art-I the sister ships Pullman, Pnmpanca.
I'aiagii.t ami Rainar. '1 hi) nie steel gun
b'lits of Hfeet '.' Inches mean drnught. built In
Is-!'-! Laeh is 1 14 reel ! Inches long, l.'lfi toes
displacement, Is crevlited with a speed of 10
knots anil has a single -crew. The atniament
of ntieli consists of ono ,'1.5-Inch Sontor Hon
toiia iireoeh-loadlug rllle. ono '-'"-Inch Hon
tmia breech-loadei and two machine gnus.
The-o aio the onlv purchased lessels oon
strtn ted of steel, the otheis being of wood or
In n 'Ibe Inrges' of the-e new American
ivai ships Is tbo Albiv She Is built of wood,
his two m.ns, displaces Wl tons and has a
speed of '.' knots Her (imminent consists of
one 'l.iiuoh liontori.i bronch-loader, one
.'J.p.uiuder hreeeh-loader ai.d two machine
gun-. Tbl M's-el was ip.-eatlv engaged In
operation- against Ibe Insurgents lu the island
of Luzon Ibe asm and I idanela aie tiny
I'liubonts nf mil) -,s. tons displacement each.
I'ho) ate si-teis built In iMsflatul lst, Thev
ate oon-tiu tod or In n"anil eaoh has n mIiicIo
hc-ew, s i'.i i feet long diaws :i fppt 10 Inehes
moan and can make mill 7 knots an limn
Laeh I i- a bitten- t.f one J'.i-lnch llontoria
bi'poh- ei ling ril'p and one machine gun
The oldest of the nurcliiised gunboats is
the Manllwio built In IhTT she h is a wooden
hull. Is driven bl oni s'-ien. Is credited with H
kno-s n eod, .ll-nlaoes 1 I'.' tons, and is armed
wlih t In eo .Clinch llontoria hreech-londlne
illle- The C.il.nnlaiios was built In lK-Si! !-be
Is i' iron ha- t. -i-ifii-i, is HI fee' it Inches
lone il fi"t il It flies nioiip draught and dls
phces Inl tons Her iiiinnraent consists of
use .lo-lneb bteei b-loi ding illle. one 'J i
In h brn -Ii 'lading nl!e and two midline
guns The Maruelos is ,i uster ot 'he Mln
doro cipiure.l bi liowei "sb" was built In
ssi ll.. hull Is or non. she is '. feetii
Im hos Ii ng draws ti feet ti Ini-bo.s moan Ii.kii
I'spi.-iec-iiont or 1 I.' tens mid Isdilien 10 knots
i .in In. n I.i :i sniffle si ipvt Her batten con
slsts nt one J i-u -h limitoria brocch-loaJm-ami
fu'ii in. i. bine gun- 'I he Pati.ii hull' In
ISmTi. bis it iinoden hn'l her tlispla.-eincnt Is
I I', tons and she has twin screws which give
li-i a hii. e. f ID knots (mil one gun, a .hi
ll oh llontoria l ret-"h-intilii.;"oiiiprlse her
bilteiv The (ni.iid "I'll I 'lilt in IKSI. Is an
.ion gunb at.i.'.i root long T feet 'I Itiolies mean
ilinught -II tuns ilispl.tcenient and makes S
knots vntb her -ingle serw. Sue has one '.' ii
in.'li livinti.r a biPt. Ii loader and une ma hlne
I'ho Spanish names of these vessels will not
be . liai":eil dniii.il Wats, ,u has not notl
ledMie d"p.iitnieiit of the i nines ot tbelofllceis
a Igtied to command them.
iiKiiri 7on. siiri.i.un.
I'm ip of (oviilr.l I.iinils "I .lliiiillnliipn and
linKt-t I lllpiiins in Ilio Hills.
.ti.xi.il r i'il i H'linirh to Tar Sus.
Mismi.i. Julv 1-1 - The arm) giinboa. Napl
dan, towing e.iscoes onntiiliiiiig a force nf thn
l-nittb (aialrv under Capt Mediaw, shelled
Mnntii'lupa, on I aguna do Ilai.for on hour
ii-sierilai after whl"h the oaialry landed and
f. iced ono Insurgents torotre.tttothoirstrong
est tionchos in the hills Ten of tho eneinv
woio killed Our loss was two wounded. 'I'ho
snialliii'sH of the American force prevented a
tiiither at'.ick upon the Intrenched Insurgents
Hi it night
I l-iit. Ilibcoek with a force of cavalry In
si inning around Paining and Maaslu has bad
sonio sharp lighting, in which seieral rebels
A large foioeof Insurgents Is aetlro at Han
Oregon IteslniPIlt tn lie Mintered Oat lit
Mm 1'iltuc ltt ii.
WisiiiNi.Tov. .lull l.'l - fterPonsultliiKwltli
Piesldent Mclilnley this tnoililni: Si'Cintnry
AlBoi uiiiiounood that th" Oregon regiment,
wh.ch landed in San I nncisco yesterday.
Mould I io nuihteied out at that point as soon as
possible The (toiouior and Mate olllclals of
Oiegon bid roiiuestoilthat HieieKlmont should
bo mustered mit m Portland, anil had nriaiigod
for a lug reception lor them, but as the senll
inent in the it glnntiil wis unanimous In fnmr
nf being musterf d mit at San 1 raneisoo, so tbo
u ibotH could get traiel pal, the Governor
telegraphed liisnpprtiv.il of their wishes. Thn
mustering out will lake plait) as soon as tho
i.virv mt a i rs ov run ntKnttr.
Expenditures Tor Hie I hit Twelve Dnys In
III!) K tl It Iptslij tl,7(l3,010.
Wisiiim.io.n, July Li Th" expenditures of
the Cmvcrnmont for the Mrsi twelve daH nf
July have oeeded the loeclpts bv 5lt.70:i,fllll,
ah against a surplus of nearly $lH,iH)0,()n'i for
the preceding month This deficit Is not duo
to a falling off In receipts, which are more than
nnimiil, but to the hcaiy drafts on tbo now
appioprlntions which lii ame niailablo nt tho
beginning of the now fiscal jcar Thepxien
dituros for ion-Ions so fir this month hue
boon heaiy. footing up S'.M s 10,000, while the
piDiiif nts of intoicst on t'i" bonds linio taken
out of the Tieasur) s..'lolot),(inO, and the War
ti paitment Is obliged with H.ltOo.Oon. smnti
nf wlneh will be used lo pay oiT the i oluiiteci s
lotiniilng ftoin tlm Philippines
' lie n"'"il's from Internal reienue so fir
thi- month haie been giealoi b) f l,;il.'l,HI7
lliaii for th" same iciiod last .lull, notwith
standing tho lattei niontb was the Hist under
ip. npoiatloii of the war revenue act. There
eon ts from customs alo show an Increase nf
1.'J1 lol'.i., while the e.ponriitures for the first
twelve days of tho two oars are nearly equal
Deaths nf Soldiers In Cuba.
WASitiNiirov. July LI -Tho following death
report from den Brooke nt Havana was re
celvedat the Wnr Department last night- Trin
idad, Private Mbert Wlrth, Company 0, Second
Infnntry. suIclde.lOth. Santiago, Cant Thomas
M Woodruff. I'lftb Infantry, yellow foior. 11th:
Louis II. Leach. Chilian clerk. formerly prliato
Company L. Fifth Infantry, loth, yellow feier.
If Ton Itmen'tTrled It Ilefnre,
liPicln now and learn whit othpr lptdlnr summer
rtisoit Ivertiiiprn hup tlliPOTPred throti'th stliprllt
Ingln riiEKi-N Ibt result, dtilxsblr nell-psylDg
rtexon m icxriciiviiisixa.
Atlrentures nf a 10-Vear-Old ITho IniUtl
nn Shifting for Himself.
Mrs. James Lackland of 21 Ocean avenue.
Brooklyn, called at 1'ollce Hoadauartors. Jer
sey City, yesterday mornlnit In search of her
10-yoar-old son. Victor, who disappeared from
home on Wednesday morning. Bho was told
that a boy answering Victor's description hnd
been picked up at the Pennsylvania Railroad
Furry on Wednesday evonlnr. He had given
the name ot Patrick Muller and said that he
lived at 80 Raymond street, Brooklyn.
"That's my boy." exolalmed Mrs. Lackland.
"That's Vlotorl Where Is he?"
" I'i o just sent him over to Brooklyn on an
Annox boat," Bald Capt. Cody. "Ho told ma
that he was sorry ho ran away, and that ho was
anxious to got homo again. Ho said he had
dreamodof mamma last night, and declaim!
that ho would never run away again. He told me
that It he could only got to Brooklyn be would
be able to llud his way home, so I sent a po
liceman down to tho Annex ferry to put him
on a boat."
Mrs. Lackland expressed her rcgrot that the
boy had not been detained. " I'm satlsllod It's
Victor," she said, "and I'm satisfied that he
won't go home " , , , , , , ,
Mrs. Lackland said that the boy had been In
tbo liublt of running away for the last three
years, Him and hoi- husband, she said, were In
comfortable circumstances and able and will
ing tn keep Vlctoi 111 comparative luxury, but
he preferred to shift for himself Ho had a
fondness for peddling and could make consld
oiablo money at It. but sho nnd her husband
desired him to fetny homo and go to aeliool
Tbo lltst ilmn ho ran away was when they
Hied In Chicago and Victor was only 7 years
old. Ho was selling McKliile) buttons nud tell
ing a pitiful story about having a starling
mother nt homo to support. When iho police
picked him up he had St and ,i stock of but
tons. His story made such nu impression mi
the police that thev purch.iHoil his entire slock.
"He's a smart boy," contlnuod .Mrs Lack
land "I've known him to lnaku .is much as
4 or.-inday selling novelties to rich people
and 'sport)' folks Ills filth"! gale lilui it pony
and eart lis an Inducement to go to school,
and hit tried to sell them for s-'Jo. We finally
consented to let him sell tutti-frutti In Proepcct
Pat k on condition that Im would go to school,
and I embroidered Ills name on Ills jacket, so
tliatlfboriinuw.il he could be Identified, hut
he bought a new suit of clothes and left his old
suit in the clothing store "
.Mrs Lncklnnd started for home, hoping, but
scnrcolv expecting, to tlnd her enterprising son
irtrcMMV n'A.ss'T imofrSEU.
Ilia I'ptiirnetl Hunt Wns Fonnd, but He
IV ns Safe nud Asleep Aboard ft Tut'bt.
Charles Carlscn.tho watchman of tho Colom
bia Yacht tlub's boathouso, at F.ighty-sixth
street and tho North Rlvor, was not drownnl
In tho sijuall on Wodnesday night, as reported
by the jachtsmon nnd the police of tho West
Slxlv-elghth street station Ono of tho mom
bers of the club explained yesterday how the
report had arisen.
" We thought." ho said. " that Carlson had
been caught by the squhII while he was hang
ing up l.inteins on soma yachts about Hk)
feet from shore, because we found his over
till lied boat. The truth is thnt Cat lei'ii climbed
Into the yacht Flour do Lis, owned by
Alexander Martin, a Sergoant-Mnjor lu
the Twenty-second Regiment, to get out
of the lain He found koiiip blankets uuiltwo
bottles of whiskey and made use of both Ho
toon was dead to the world and didn't hoar our
shouts when wo wore conducting u seareli for
him He came to about H o'clock lu the morn
ing and yelled for the boat to tnko him usboro "
Ki.r.CTiiic vi.ASr in: 4i. ryinsic itay.
Bpragiie antt Stanley Coinpuulel About to
Cnltr Keported tn lime Agreed.
A report was circulated lesterday that Hie
Spraguo F.leetrlo Company, which has Its fac
tory at Watscssing, N. J , hail bought a con
trolling Intoiest In tho Stantoy F.lectilo
Company of Plttslleld. Mass Tbo Stanley
Company, which started oilginnlly with -J.--OOO
capital has grown to an establishment
with f.iOO.OOO capital 'Iho Spiague Ctiiii'ianv
Is an Important competitor of t lie (ictioi a! Lho
trlc Coin pan).
ii:iAiti f. icsinrr ro.vs r.si.nE.
The Inheritance Tos nf M7.0UO I.otlrdnn It
Upheld by .Illilge ThnlllRs.
The Tocutois of thoostalo of the lato I'd
ward F. Knowlton, valued at about $'.'..-.00,01)11,
wore compelled to piy to Internal Reienue
Collector Frank P. Mooro In Brooklyn an in
hfiitance tax of $47,000 They then made n
demand to haie Hi" money refunded, nnd when
this was letu-ed thei began .mil lo leeoier mi
the ground that tho law was uncmistitulimial
I tilted Mates Dlstri't Mtmnev Pet tit do-
niiirie 1. contending that tbo eliinii of the o
ill' is was Insuflloieiit nud tint th" Ian was
constitutional Judge 'I lioinas m the I tilled
States District ( tiirt In lliook'vn jested i)
sustained Mr Pettit and disml oil the ease.
forxn BTAttrixa ox im: itotn.
Mrs. O'Hrleli Said Her Children Had Turned
llei Out tiT the House.
Mrs. Mary O'Brien. 00 ) oars old. was picked
up lu a starling londttlou on Macmnb's li.itn
mail b Mounted I'mvuiaii llrleo of tho Iligh
bridgo station last night
Alter being fed at the police station she said
tint sho bad supported herself and thn-e
ehililion bIiiom the death of her hus
b mil. who was a plummet t downtown
politician Hiliiyieais ago. and that when -bo
liponin" unable to imrk, nboiit tlireo'weeks
ago her ohililron turned her mil ot the house.
Miu snld she had been without mono) slnee
rirn-VK4it.oi v wiiii it. ts.
DiKtnr Had Prescribed Whiskey anil lilt
Mnlhrr Hnd Overdosed lilui.
( ail lloetner. Hie )ears old, who has been 111
sine. babyhood with liidro-coplialus, landed
on Wednesday at tho liarge OlUco from tho
Rod Stnr steamship Filoslnnd. fiom Antwerp.
HiifTeiing from delirium tremens His mothei,,
Ciithcrliie, said that he was subieot to tits, ainl
that the (ionium doctor who last examined
hlui told her tognti him whiskey whenelei ho
showed signs of going Into convulsions She
g.ne him too much linuoi on tboioynge. lie
was taken with his mothei and a sister nud
brothel to the Long Island College Hospital
t'uitnn Hop nt Newport.
NuiroitT.R 1., July L'i -'J ho llrst Casino hop
of the Hi'usou was hold to-night nnd II was a de
elded eucccs. Hiilv In the eienlnir dinner
parlies were giieti by Ml and Mis CoiucIIuh
Vauderbilt, in h tun of theli gue-l. Miss Jlor
ton; Mis Stuyie-nnt Flh, Mr Oliver II.
P Belmont. Mrs. I bsha l))er. Jr.. William
Cutting. Jr.. Mis Charles Astor llrlstotl
and Mrs J Nieho'as Blown Among
those .it tho Imp wei" Mrs Corne
lius Vanberbilt. R. gin.ild Vandorbill, li-s
Mm tun. Aided Van. lei hilt. Miss I. Isle 1 roi.ch,
Miss l.velin But Ion. Mrs John II. Preel,
(omit dins, pppo, Delia iilieinribca, Mrs (
II MaekKV, Mr and Mis ietoi-hoicliau. James
Brown Potter, Miss Potter. Mis C M Oolrichs,
Miss Oelrichs, il R Wiiithrop. -Mis. W P
Thompfon, Mrs Walter liano. Ml-s Kane, Miss
liing.W S li Wetniuie and Potter Pnlniei. Ji.
Metrtipnlltiili's Itnigaln nltli 1 blrtl Aienuta.
Pretldent II II Vieoland of the Metropolitan
Htieet Railway Cnmi am said estordnyof an
arrangement iniiile with the Tlilnl Aienue
"Weown absolulel) the tracks on Broadway
fiom Sixly-IHIb strict to Soienty-llist oier
which, by a teinporan agreement, we allnw
the Tlilnl Avenue ears t.i run That agio,,
liionl is hum i.i. id", i i eiiiianont one, and in n
turn we got the right lo operate run cat. on
the 'I bird Aieiino tiacks from Hfti-ntuth
stieet to st)-lllth. It lf an eiou Hade and
both stretches of rond will be operated on the
duplex conduit sistem. that K each oomp.in.1
will haie its own slot with the necessarj trans
nutting iippiiatiis, but the Iiaiks will bo used
In common by both cmnpHtiies
Sale nf u lllg Bridge Oltlered.
Lot isiu i.i-, Ki Jul) lit -In the United
States Court to-day Juds" Finns enleied a
decree lot tho sale at ubllc auction of fix
IiPiitucky and Indiana Bridge, to snt
isfi claims amounting to moro than
tf LfiOO.ooo The snle Is ordered on mandate
Ironi the United Status Court or sppeals
Tint rumor Is relived that the Baltimoie and
Ohio Southwestern Railroad will uhiindnn the
hentupkv nnd Indiana Bridge, and will use tho
Big Four brulgo at JelTersoiivlllo to enter this
eltj The nilgliinl terminal of the II and (I. S
W was In Jcflersoniille. and It would not
cause any delay to make the change, as the
tracks are already connected.
The North fierninn I.lnyrl Buys n New Tier.
The North Herman Lloyd Steamship om
pany has purchased the i'ouith street pier, in
Hoboken, from Campbell A Co The sal" was
transacted in the office of the Hoboken Land
and Improvement Company The prco was
not marie public The Fourth (-treet pier Is
now leased by tho Seandlnai Inn-American
steamship Company, commoulu kwKB as the
--i--zz:zziiirr-ii-Triiiiiizii rzrzzii - i 'IwUm
H JEflEKI HB lH fmWW cklH Immm WZhb IFH" " "JlkmW
1 HLiiiiiiiiaiiialitt stsiifl 1H& mkm. kmWW m flLsWO MBlffFtSUff1 H
Ncrv-g Food I mmBk. I
Is that where the Moxie has Vr'&i W
been brought, no matter what Wjf ,. kl&. I
else has been forgotten. Be- vfa? ifd I
cause ir is refreshing and a QS L I
wonderful nerve food, it is in- cCp I
valuable. It is a necessity to m " I
perfect enjoyment on a day's a:A I
Sold bv DruRgistc and Groceri. f7- tht Gtnuint. Ce'lSt:Wt''if I
VXIOX Atl.4tX.sr TAM.VAT.
Itepiiltllcan Lenders ami ('It Witrkeis lie
lleve It Is (tolug 'IhrntiBli
The Ilopubllcan lenders In this city gener
ally belleio that tho moicment for union
against Tammany will bo effected r-amly hv a
course of mutual concession They bollovo
that the Indorsement of Mr Ojilgg's plan by
(lov. Roosevelt will convince mnny Indepen
dents of the necessity of union, and will haio
nn effect In making Republicans willing to
do their share Already it has becomo
eildent that tho rank and fllo of the
Independent organizations are anxious for a
union tint will promise some practical results
Mr Qulgg, who has watched tho course of
eients caiofully, returned vesterdai from
Washington lie snld that all the newspaper
comtueiitsand tho action and words of Individ
unls with whom he has dismissed the Plan war
ranted Hi bell 'f that almost nil the Inde
pendents and almost all tho Republicans In
this county am heartily In favor of the union
Mr Oulgg said, however, thnt ho had observed
thut John Do nt Warner ami Isaac H Klein,
to judge by their public uttoiaiices. were not
much Inclined to accept Gov Roosevelt as an
ndvlsei.nnd seemed to want to slay outside,
Mr Ojilgg sm.l that he bad nociiticlsmof their
nltltudo to make
" I belleio that oveiy man lias a right to his
own opinion." s ml Mr Uulgg. "and that, hai
lug that opinion. It is Ins duty to stand up
What Mr Quigg has observed among tho
loteis in his own pint) and in thn Inderetident
organization- has eoniinced him that there is
a stioug fooling In faun of the plan for union
and that it will bo eairmd through successfully.
ixsru 7(i nor. roomiKKs.
Ills l'ietllie Taken trtiui n Iiiblinilso Wall
nod Trampled On.
picture of (inv Voorhees, which had oc
cupied a place of honor in the looms of the
I'list Ward Hopublic.it' Club, in (itegnrystioet.
Joisoy ( It), was turn down last night and
tie, ited with emitunieli John J Frwiu, Pres
ident nf Hie c'lib, was ,i candidate for the
vneanoi cnu-ed In Hit death nf Sboiilf Heller,
and the failuio of the Hoietnoi lo appoint hit-i
was a sum disappointment to the club When
it bee, nne c.-ilain that Alexander McLean hid
I eon appointed one of the iiiembeis suggest, J
tnat lb. l.oiei nor's pli tine b" tinned to the
"luin.'il to the wall'' oc'."ipi1 uunthor.
"in might P. I nock Imll nut nf it ' '
I lint sent n ii 1 1 suited tin tn. i onty The
lie'uio wi- loin ilnvlll nud ti.niiple.l upon
Pio-ideiit Li w in. f"t iiiei I'l'inini' inoi llreii
nati apd two m tin tin r- ondi aiored to
lesoue the pletllte, but their e'birts welo Ull-
.ii.nliiu.- Pi-. -id. nt I two. i.".'i"Is the oeoin .
reii- ion inn -b. and dool, nes nut the .-!ul. is
llnl lespilll-llil. Mr II 'I lo- I I'-lllbols 1) Il J lllll
It will inobal.ly be dl- 'il lined
1111: tun: ini'-r oi:tt 4izki.
It lies lui.'idetl ( n li a tin and i Inlilti a
llnimpiill nf the 'I r.ide llli'lt'.
The forinttion of the I'n't. .1 merlcin dine
('ompiii. with a eipit.tl of t I.' iidU.ooil was
prt'-Hc illy . nn lob d it a mooting hold le-tei-da)
at lid Bioidway 'I bo auiioiiin'ouietit was '
mad" nt the meeting Hi it Hie new emicein Ind !
invaded ( .in, i. la and acq mod a uiminpoly of
the tlao business nf Bnti-h moilca Ifii
tiacts for Ho emtio 1.111 b) .product of the
Canailian taiiiieiles foi the next ten jears mo
s il.l tn bale been made, and Hi" chip works nf
I' (' Milium- of yuolieo acilined. giving the
now cniubliio a big nliiint.igu In the trade D
Webstei Klnp ami lung I pfon of Boston: P .
Vnloiitlne, ( liicago, I red ogel. Mllwaukie;
Charles Delanoi. Pbiladi Iplna . II P Daillng
ton. Louis sdolnli'ld, John R Mnrtoii, and
Louis (' Haughey. Clilcigo. wore elected
dlieetors The only glut- plants not in tho
combination are said to be that of the Peter
Cooper Company, ooutiollod bv tbo Coopers
and Hewitts, and the Header-s.diiutson plants
XAt'Ai. ciitL'is a m: here.
Cinila nn the Aliiiapnllt on Wrdnesday
Mgbt isltms Meli'tilne,
The eunbont Annnpolis. now In training ser
vice eiipDletnentarv to the Nainl Academy. Is
Hiichoied off Tweutv-slxth street. In tho 1'jist
Rher, where she will remain until Monday
She arriied at her anchorage on Wednesday
night from Wet Point, making the trip down
ihe Hudinn lu flie and a half boms. The pur
liose of the ilslt here 1- mereiy to give the
boys liberty Them will bo general shore
luaio tlnoughoiit the sIiid's i.tav here for
whoaitr ebcoses to take it
I'liete ar no tue'crlbe.l xlsitlng hours
aboard, but Cominiuder lugetsill will not
turn auv ilsltms away Theienro ntti.pln.
cadets on the Annapolis,
hie .son- (on .fis4r1:
rietldent Piimtiri Tbrenteuetl Willi Arrelt
b Hie Health A lltliol llli".
For s.xeml months complaints haio been
Hindu to the (Jjioons Bormi-'h Health Depart
ment by residents of Long Isliml City asking
the officials to abate the co't toil nuisance at
tho rellnen of the New ork Sugar liotlning
Comiuiny. nt Front ami pldgemi s'rests and
th" Fast Hiior l'liore Is a big 1 binitiey at thn
wotks and soft oi.al stnokit ciiiucs f 1 mi it. it is
said, nt all bonis t Hm da) and night
esteiiliiT the Health Bond seri"da notice
on ( !.ns Doi' he-. the Pies dent of lb" torn
pari!, oiderine htm to remedy iheoxl-ting eill
at mice Th" 1 oti"e fiirlhei state I that If tho
niiisinee was not abatetl lvllliin 111" dnys Ml.
Doseber would be placed under attest.
Ilerr Knsp. Tonnei flerniMn Cnnsnl-tien.
ernl nt suiniin, i alls 011 Sprrelary liny.
WARlllNorov, July l.'l -Hcrr Rose, who was
fieimnn Consul-fieneial nt Apia during the
most exciting period nf the recent Samoaii
troubles, called mi the Secretary ot State tn-dnv
liieonipjiiy with Dr Von 1 1- ll.-li.-n. the (n"-mau
Anibassailor So 'rotary II. iy aid Ilerr Hose
had a eoiiiersailou about Sumo, in ailairs last
ing an hour Wteiwnrd the (terninii oflloial
cnHed on Assistant (- cietnr) lllll. Heir Rosy
is 011 his way to (mi many fiom Samoa
Snle nf I'nMago Slmiips ami Cards.
WisniMnoN. July LI Tho number of
stamps, stamped envelopes, and postal card
Issued by the P.. si Office Department In the
flsenl year e. ded June 110 was ri,lll2,fi,.i).iS.',
laluod at fll'.'.C.riO.DIT. an Increase of .WJOL
fiDfi lu nuinbei and fS.P'.il,7'JO in value com
pared with the proi Puis fiscal year.
111. Mnaja's Cllblli liny Kilters Our Snry.
Pedro Orizar. L" nnrs old. who was a cabin
bo) on the izcaja. enlisted In the nniyjes
terday He will I e sent to the training school
If Vnu Are Cnudm Hue
A ypally first cist.., fiinunPi- ri s rt, either st sfinhere
ir ninuntsiti. make its Incaht) known threiigh Iuk
tntJiaL"1'.! lli""11 '""""" il-s ftidcra seek men
,s;:.i "io.v.s riiesr cottox it all:
Tn He Auctioned Oier nnd Over fnr Texas
Aphtin. Tex , July Li. Southwest Texas
still holds the record of growing nnd ginning
tho llrst bale of cotton of the foason. The
following telegram was rccolvcd this morning
by liov. Saycts:
"Bintos, Tex.. July 13 Wo sond you by
oxprcss to-day tho llrst hale of cotton ralsod
and ginned In tho United Htatos this year, for
the benoflt of tho flood sufferers.
"1 Open. L. N ScorFtEU), 8. (1. Roiidrk."
It Is proposed to sand tho bale to all of the
cotton exchanges of tho country, and al each
place It will bo auctlonod off to the highest
bidder and tho proceeds given to the aid of the
flood sufforer.s From bore the balo will bo
shipped to H A li. lioera of New Orleans, who
agree to pay the highest markot price and $100
premium. This firm will direct tho auction
work nt the different cotton exchanges. They
predict that nut lees than $10,000 will bo de
rived from tho auctions Tho llrst nalo last
year was auctioned off for the benefit of thn
army hospital son ice, and the amount realized
x. large number of care of food supplies and
clothing wero shipped from various pieces in
the Mato to lellef stations in tho stricken
region to-day Thetearea few remote places
whole there is still soma suffering among tho
destitute refugees, but at tho present rat" the
I famine wid bo relleied bytho endol this week
1 (lov Saiers continues to doioto his whole Hum
to directing tho dl-tribiitimi ot money and
(tAI.ihsioN. Tex , July LI -Prominent cot
ton tnetors who hill e thrilled upon the loss to
the cotton clop by the flood In the Biazos Val
lo) put it at from :i0i).OO0 to nno.OOO bales.
Accepting the lowest estimate and putting cot
ton iitlues at four cents .1 pound, tho loss is
viio.Owo.oon If that represent one-third of
the total loss, as claimed. Texas has sulleied
to the extent or MHIIIO OOO
lb ganlless of the etToits to succor the suffer
eis in the Hooded district, their distress is be
coming acute. This is espoeinll) the case In
the lower Urn Rot Vnlloi. whli h Is still sub
merged plahtoi who has Ml" people to oaie
for s.i Vs foui htienlreidy died and many others
are sick with mill nisi feier and will tile uiip-b
they lecelie prompt medical treatment and
good care. 11 hlch he is unable to furnish
,IOII ('. H.I.IS .Sirs HE'S FK.SX11.K.S1.
Kxniuined In supplemental y l'i nreeillnss
tlt-gs 1'iiUfe l'rotecl Inn.
Itihn (' 1 lbs, the former proprietor of the
"White 1 'opbant, ' in Sixth aienue, was ex
amined In supplementary proceedings )estei -dav,
In the Cit) ( oint, in regaid to his ability
to ..n ,1 judgment for Sl'O.'t obtained against
lilui bv John Wicks 1 Ills testified that he had
no up.! .-) thai be h id assigned tho piv,ph of
th- tint hmi-e- In Thiiti-eighth, Tliiiti-iiluth. '
I 01 Hi lb and i-ixtv-foui th st roots, and that his
lewilii w. is in paw n Ht admitted owning a
gold w it -h and eh. 1111 gnen lo him by a man
11. lined s-atitou us -eeinltv fm tent 'I lie ex- I
.iniltiatlnii was adjmiin"d I
I at night I'I. is rushed into tl e West 'I lilui- ',
eth stieet statin i Siigt lonbovwas at the 1
di-k I Ills was gi 1, illy excited '
"lie jttsi been iissaultod 111 the hall of mi
Hat. at 1 IM) est I bin y-nlnth street, ' ho shout- ,
ed, "and I 11, mt p ilice nrnteoliun. I runout
looking lor a pole einan, and I omil'ln't find a
slntle cop nn uppei lltoadway, so I cauie here.
I want ion to gtio me n policeman to go back ,
to the house with mo '
"ini go out mul get your policeuinn on
Iliondwn). gionled Heret ( on boy "I ain't
giving special cops to people like you. )ou .
oiightu't to go Into such flnthouses If nu don't
want to get assaulted " ;
"That tint Is perfci tly respectable." respond
ed Kills " There s neier been an arrest made 1
tlioie 1 waul a policeman " I
"(lo out on Broadway, then," said Sergt,
Con hoy, and Kills went
MA.lOlt TATE HTVI A11JIX.
He Was Itecl'ttarnf Mater Itat.s In Hrnok
lyn mill May (jet Hark Ills Job.
Major Augustus C Tate was remoied as
Registrar ot Water Rates In BiooUlyn shortlv
after consolidation He cirned the raattei to
court on tho ground that his remoial wa Ille
gal, as he was a leterun. Ciiramlssloner Dallnn
of the Department of Water Supply held that
the plnce was of a confidential character, and I
that it was proper that the Commissioner, who j
was 1 "Sponsible, should haie a personal repie- I
sentatne in thooftlco MnjorTdtewon hlshult I
in the lowoi conit. and an appeal w.ih taken '
The Appellate Dlilsion sustained tho lower
1 nurt The inattei will now bu carried to tho
Court or Vppeals
Maim Tate Is a Republican, and, if he Is
'Instated, It will force John I Frost, a Dem
ocrat, mil of oflloo Ills alleged that the ex-
el's fiom ( nnipt roller CnieiV ofllP", who 1
haio boon Iniestlgatinc the Registrar's oflp'o, I
have found sonio ei.tsuies nud reductions
which will call fm an explanation The Dmi o- I
crats, it Is said, will use the-" alleged Iriegu -lantli
s a-n basis fnr Majm Tate's renioinl in J
ease tho Court of sppca 3 decides that he is !
t milled to Ifllllst.lteuiont
TOOK I'llMOV ATA CIIVKCII Al.TAH.
1n. Ceiger rnuntl Kueellng Tbeiewith a
llnttle nf Clllbulle At Id In Her llllllil.
A funeral had Just left Rf. Marys R C
( huii'li, at the enner nt High nnd William
htioet-. Nownik, yesterday morning and two
1 vorknii 11 wro making sonio tepairs In the
' chuieh uliPti limy heard a gronn, ainl, looking
toward one of the .ill. us, saw a woman knot I
ing in front ot It with a half-full bottle m her
hsnid 'I hey called tho sexton. Btother An
thony Borcn, and he .liscoierod tint the
w muni's mouth was burned with eirbollu
10 id. some of which had Iipou spilled upon the
carpet sh" was sent to St Michael's lln-pltnl
as iiun'klv as pos-lble after lemedies had 1.. 1 11
administered by 11 doctor ill thn ilcltnty ol tho
The woman proved to be Mrs Lizzie flvlgcr.
a widow, aged '". who ied in the top Moor
apartments at 74 1111 street with no rum
lianlon but a lug Newfoundland ting she tost
her husband sit years ngo. and sin- has been
living upon hi-, insurance mom y since Shn
was still aliio last night, but in a critic il
m'mackix cii.4sis-(i wossreits.
The New Y.rk I.alinr Statlatlf 1 f nniruliitnn
er's Opinion nf Truita,
AL'dt'sri, Me , July LI Labor Commission
erbof States in wldoly distributed sections of
tho country arrived here to-day for thnir an
nual session, on the invitation of Commis
sioner Matthows of Slalne John McMackln.
Commissioner of Labor Statistics of New York
State. Is present At to-day's sebsion "Trusts '
was the topic Mr McMackln declared that thn
"men who were chiefly responsible for the trusts
were the mot dangerous enemies of the coun
try This eiening a reception was tendered
the visitors by thn Hon. and Mrs John F. lllll
at their home, the Claim; ir -nolou.
TO TA X BUCKET I 1) ORDERS. 1
IF..SJI SAIES OF STOCKS ALSO MUST H
FAY Till: STAMV TAX. S
Ginpeilue Arbltingf, Tnn, Culls Under the ( H
Suriey nf the lteieniie Men Agent ' Vfl
'I boiupsnli Says All Sin h Trnnsuotlnns fl
Must Ho ltepnlted nntl Must He Taxed. I Vfl
Kvaslons of stamp tax by brokers of xnrlous s Tfl
oxchangns hnvo o:cupicd a large staff of clerks j i
and aacouutauts under Reienue Agent Frank A M
O. Thompson In thn past two mouths, and he CLI
has accumulated a great mass of evidence. A )m
coctcntlon of Ills which will bo a Interesting a H
to customers'nsto brokers ;lsC that bucketed 1
ordors and wnbh sales are subject to tax, and ; H
t'aat memorandums of thorn must bo made
for the purposo ot taxation. As bucketing nnd t9
making, fictitious quotations aro offences that ' H
If discovered iniallt) the offender for suspen- ! fffl
slon or expulsion from his exchange, .the ex. 1 iVfl
-hanges may find In tho (ioietnmnut an ally In j wfl
cutting down the practices j wfl
Tho InvestiKatloii of the revtaue agent nnd j S
his deputies have borne tho gieatost fruit In 1 afl
the Consolidated Sto?U Lxeliauge, although .' H
individual brokers on all of the exchanges. In- . i
olmllng the Hay Fxchingc, haiu boon found ' i S
at fault J
"Biioketlig"on tho part of a broker Is fall- I
lug to execute nn order to buy or sell stocks , tfM
or grain 01 othci com.iiodlty it In tho private lm
opinion of the btokei thu customer is likely to 'llsB
los. his money. When I lie brokei feels sure )'JH
that the customer will lo-e ho dscides that Hi. '.thH
cilstom.is may as well In-e to In- bioser as to fsHsl
some other spenilatoi w tin Is supp, sed Ic be ?jl!l
ready to ue.-ep; the cuslomei s.olfci to bill or ffl H
sell If it Is legitimately put So thn hrok.r 'jillH
sinilil) holds up the ordei, rep irts to the ens- y !
turner that be ha- executed it and. if the rules ' i' jl
ot his Lxchatigu le.iuire it. gin'-up t ttbe us- - ' m
tomcr the unuio "1 the Linker illm t mk tho jM
other entl of the tiinle In that . aso the oilier PJ
broker Is hu ucconitili e I 1
Mr. Thouip-uii -a)- that he Intends to nn- ' )VJ
for-to Hit psyinent ol the st i an tax on trans- H
actlmn thus reunited to bine nd n made. He . PJ
sin that the 1 .11 lug of luoiiei to a biokei- with
nn older to bin.m sen .mil Hie ie eniinp of 'b. Ll .
inonev by the I r-'ker. with the Idea of paling ,r ;
tlioIcustomer'stnliinliH.'s. iCiuv, out of Ids own
packet, nnd ot piolltipg bi the ciiti)iiiLi - Ions. ,
If an), is a I r.ii. -ii no. rcijiilriiu- stauip tax. '
If im iiicmiiriind'im o' 'ale Is i.ised upon
which to alllx -t. nut", that It-elf i- a violation
of tho pr. iv mon of Iho law roimlring such (
Wash sa'es. he sail are also taxable trans- 'j
in tl. in- When. i In ikei viiihls to astnblih a
11. tit Ions .iiiotaliou. whether t i the dls.nlvan- -
face of his eitstuuioi or noi, he u-rangi's with
another br d.er to bid on a slo.-k which th.
Ilr-t liriket i. nits it oide.l as hilling niovud
111 li certain diret I mi 'ibis 1. Id Is i matter
between the tun biokeis. ' .1 it th. price gets
on the tape that mar hi ail that is needed to
wit e nil! a ciibtmuor maig.ii m to mak. some '
other unit Mr '1 lioutpsuii sal's memoranda "
of such tn.ns.ictlous must be i usis.d, uud that j
tho tax must be paid on tbsin. '
thud spei ie- ,,1'ju.k luok.rage unns- ,
nctunis whi.li haie iini paid the full tux In all '
cases Is in bitiage. or t-ikmg iidvautase of tin
illlteience in piloe f a oininodlty lu two mar
kets It is genera!1) bolleivd that legitimate
arbitrage biokcrage between, sal. Neir York (
and Cho ago gram biokeis, pais tho Proper f
tlouble tin Inn sin h has not been the case
it.ai, It is said, in arbltriu.c business be- I
tweeu tho -New Wtik .s'nek Lxchauge nud the
Consolidated, ifbl 'b as tinns,ictod by "grape-
line telegi, iph Is Im hidden to members of j
tbo foimei exchange. Ilim of "ginpeilne" I
arbitrage lnoken in this i in-has not been rJ
PiDing th luiible tax and the leveuuw agent J
If going .lor it Hie New ork Stock il
I'xchangc Ii.iu dues not allow Its members to li,
belong to the Consolidated, i giiuxnltie tele W
giaph emu iiunli'iitiviu has lean set up. If a if
( otisolldatetl I keli.nige brokei wants to buy ll $,'
eottaln stnelc listed upon the New oil: Stock ;
LxchitiL'w be speaks to an arbitrage broker. ft
who culls up his Mo.-k K.xchapgo rrlend over jt
the giapeilne The latter bom thn ttock' and f
Hi tax Is paid on Hie transaction. Then the
stock Is delliei-dto the atliitrug man, who 5
sella it to th. biokei who wanted it In the first :
nine. Tho aibltrage men. some of them, ',
haie not been paling tax on the second Unnt- ,' ',
notion This spucies t,f tianru'ilou Is Ilm- ," :
Ited. and the still t Piiforcenif nt of Hie law will n .'
menu but a eompaiiitlieh sluht uioieasa in
evonue. 'I he bueketnii. mil wash silos trans-
nations, howcier an exptctnt to jield big i.v
The Investigation of tho mi'iiue agent and 'J
his leputies bus it tliem in pnssesslou of j'
such a uiti's 'if itifoini.-iiimi thnt the derullct It
brokers aio laboimg uudei gi.. it stress of
mind, dm biokei with mi.tii init-of-towii
Inane. i olio es has aduii'led that nil hi niit-of
town onion, are ' In, i-leted ami ueclaied that
if be weie eoiupollcl to pi) Lues ii ni July 1, 1
IS'.ls. nn ibtsp irtiusaotlnus lfl woultl gt t.
broke ' I mlei His law he levpuue .Irfi-nt can
.all 'or atateii'i'iit 1 ill '.usiuess done olnc. ',
the eii.ioiineni of the W.n lleieiint In I ,,
The trcs f innol on the put of brokers Is
sai.l to bo icspoiisililo or the ili-.-baigo ot fit- '
poii eleiks pun lo)-d'iii tin-( otisolldated F.i
eliange ele ir nig home Intek I ne-o i lerka
we.e ilUuiise 1 nn tl.o ' -leiislble gi luml that .
the rush was net ainl Hut then senior wei. '
tin longei i e. flshirv li is s.i'd. ImiiPier I tint; .
thev won "lists' ed of giving ,ia ii news of 1 ,
brol srs sei n't tiiin-.H lions in tbo doierti- '
mom nl'li nib 1'iesi lent M II Wager ot the
excliaiii.'e ele.iriiii nrc Ifnlrd ipterday
taal Hie clerks nolo so-UMi.ted bi the ex
change ollb Pis.
'Iho lo-- In 'be ( mvi iiiiiiei t through un
I sfninti snle- is -aid to I.iit been n- 'i'l'Ii a
I fnti'iii a week iii.ti! la'elv Now biokti- are ,'
eei.-siiii.' unit . n in the -ibseri .iln-e of J
I nolo Shi, x I, w. I'btiv 1ml r le.-i-i n
Slle In the Olio Ore Hire lu .ill "i-e- il elu
sion nf the law ''i-ooiejet ihe i-u" lino ml
eain nllalt ' i " -in i-tit 'it i iiii.t euie illeg il
tratika. tions hnvo I en mi foi "I I
ii:ii:n.4s in i it i in: siiofi n ria.
Mf'I.fiiii sina w (nine II 1st to Culist for
i ibe rhiiiipint-H, '
! (it-oig" M--1 " ii . .'I y. -tirs not, i hi -ivshis i"
boil'.' I , iii I son. ilz. , ii.i.-. i.i.i p.j tnil in
I Hie l irn III I' il ( ' Illl )est""l -V nil .1 li 1 g'l ,
of p"lt) l.i.t .py p.. '. rio-l i, b'lni ) il . mis, ,
j a llnorwiilki in i l't'ith st -.-' I-" I 'iiient, !i
' store William- s.nd Im - iw Hie n . , slop
at a Illm w h. i" lb i-a ! k
hook-. llnl dlop 'i new ; it" nil .p . them .t
T hmi. W i liatns i h , i -n. p. i i up ,i'
and wi'h it - .,.,,,1 . Hi p . . '. .- Ibi ,' 4;
WflS t illovle I - , lie- .1 I i I I,. , I it" I- I,
ed I ) a p.. .". i, i th ot i ' I. i .1 v. io I a ' .
f,-. ..II . I" f ,n 1 -. il . ., I
M. Loan s ml In n n, I -,-i I as a
I tilted s,Hf.s c.u.iii in 1 '' t itll
Spam He -1 : Im "i i , , .. ni the i
regular aim) t g - . t'i I t i ,.
buy the u; r.e '
.. MANurac tt.i, 1
CALIFORNIA F!(i iVJJP CO.
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