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ESTABLISHED AUGUST 24, 1852. ^ WHEELING, W. VA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1894. VOLUME XLIII-NUMBER 3L
WILSON FEASTED By the London Chamber of Commerce, as an Exoroealon of BRITISH APPRECIATION OF HIM For Hla Efforts in Legialating for tbo Benefit of England. A CAREFULLY GUARDED ADDRESS. Intended for tho People at Homo, But lie tiets One Assortlon Slip Out Tbat Hpealm Volumes?He Makes Che Fatal Adiulwlou that Protectionists In l'hlH Country Aro Buildlas Dofennoi of Oar Home Industries and Markets and That the Democratic Tariff Reformers Aro Brooking Tbom Down ? Isador Straus, tbo Great New York Importer, Tries to Kill the Eflect of tho Ban<|uct by Predicting What Republican Papers Will Say. Losdok, Sept. 27.?The dinner glyen by the Chamber ot Commerce of London, to Congressman W. L. Wilson, of Wost Virginia, took place at the Hotel Metropole tbis afternoon. About seventy guests vere present, including J. Sterling Morton, secrotary of agriculture, and bis two sons, Paul and Joy Morton, Congressman Isidor Straus, of Now Yorlcj Sir Courtney E. Boylo, K. 0. E, permnneut secretary of tho board of trade, and a number ot leading mon in trade and commerce. The United States ambassador, Thnmna ) ' Ravnrd and Mr. James R. KooBDVelt, gocretary of the United Statei embassy, sent rogrots. COXORATCMTIOKS FOU WHAT? The Edinburgh chamber oi commerce ent a tolograin of congratulation to Mr. Wilson. H Daring tho dinner Mr. Wilson conversed with Sir Albert Kayo Rollit, the chairman of the ovoning, on the tarifl | and other questions. Alter the toast to the qnoon had been drunk, the chairman proposed a toast to the President of the Unitod States. Ho referred in eulogistic torms to America's former representatives in London, 1 Lowell, Lincoln and Phelt>s, and to tho present representative, Mr. Bayard, tho mention of whose names were greeted with loud cheers. Ifo extended a hearty welcome to the guests and to Secretary Morton, as representing tho American government. The toast was drunk standing, amid loud and prolonged choerj. Proposing a toast to tho guest. Sir Albert Rollit said that Mr. Wilson's name had bocome honored and familiar in England. In honoring the guests ho said thoy were honoring London, and its chamber of commorco asked them to take back with tliem a message of poaco and good will. If, as he hopod, tho porlod of tariffs was boginning to ond both countries ought to honor Mr. Wilton. Ho again welcomed Mr. Wilson and Mr. I Morton, whose name ho had coupled in tho toast. ' Mr. Wilson, rising to respond, was greeted with choora which loBtod for several minutes. Tho various points in hit speech wore also warnjfcujfcoored. After acknowledging thSrnonor conferred upon him and reciting tho events of tho long struggle to overthrow protection, Mr. Wilson snid: "All the pooplo saw that our aystom r . <-- .j .1 was Konorating u uruou u? uivui/|/w.io.a ao poworful ns to defy tUo law, and whioh used part of the woalth thoy draw from sharing la the power of taxation, to increaso etieir privileges, debauch elections and corrupt legislation. "I am quite auro that our protective policy has already aerved to promoto the trade of other nutiona, and If continued it would still further promoto audi trade and pre-eroinontly yonr own. So, standing before you a repreaeutativo of thoao who aro striving for a freer commercial policy for the United States, I fear I cannot ask you to rojoico at ita adoption, oxcopt as yo u may prefer right principles to solfiah advantages. Protection hna acou our voluntary withdrawal from the seas and from tho neutral markets. WHAT TUEY AI1K DOING. "Our protectionists have been building dofonsoi to keep you and other nations from corapoting with us In onr home markets. Tho tariff reforinors aro breaking down these dofonses. "Let us compoto in all tho markets of tho world. Not only is our production of cotton and food products growing more rapidly than our consumption; but we have to-day a manufacturing plant which, urged to Its full capacity, can in six months fully moot our demands for a yoar. "The tariff, hitherto, has given many temptations to form trusts, limit tho output and lessen wages. "lint, fortunately, tho way now eeoms opon to glvo tho working pooplu more control ovor thoir wagon ami to break up tho monopolies which are corrupting our politics must be with onrsolvoa. W ithout boasting, 1 way say that it is notiin our lineage or character anywhoro to long be nndorlings. 'This is tho roal moaning of tho aspiration of the groat rolorin movement in Amorlca. It fa in no aolfiah, exultant temper that I thug glvo you neighborly warning of our plans and elucidations." SAME OLD TIIEOnr. Aftor roforring to tho growth of American trado roturns, "ovon undor undor protoction," Mr. Wilson predicted that "now, when roloasod from such various laws, there will ho a now era and a revival of tho American merchant marino as well as a steady Increaae in our exports, both of food products and manufactured articlos. "The nations of tho world aro drawing Into nearer and moro neighborly inturcoursu and tho manufacturing supremacy of tho world inuatovoutunlly pass to that nation which, having having tho largost supply, shall apply it to the highest intelligence and enterprise. "We aro constantly couflrmod in tho belief," oontlnued Mr. Wilson, "that ouraupply of materials is more exhaust lata and mora cheaply handled than :hat of any other people, and U we con:tnue to be nndorlincs It ii oar own lanlt" Mr. Wilion alio laid: "We are being rapidly aobered, though unappalled, by tho trntb, forced upon ua.by that of ail < auman governments, a free government is tho most complex and difBcnlt and, lodging from the world's experience, tbe moat uncertain and abort-lived. "Your and ohr inatitntlona are strong because they are deeply rootod in the past. It ia for yen and for na to abow :hat whilo othor nations have been great in war, coinmorco, science, otc., aro can bo great in all, and great in the Itrcatnesa of porraanont froedom." STRAUS TRIES TO IIKAU 0N> THE EPFKCT. Ueplying to the toaet to tho chambers )f commorce of the United States, ConSresamon Isidor Straus, of Now York, oplored tho fact that tho tariff was ver made a party question in the United States and be urged the formation as promptly se possible of an Intorsatlonal agreemont to sottlo tbo ailvor luostion. Mr. Straus also aasortod that tho compliment paid to Mr. Wilson by tho dinner tondorod him by tho London chaml>?. of commerce will bo contorted by the "protoction press" Into a "mark ol the English sonso of obligation at Mr. Wilson ? oflorts in England's behalf." The congressman from Now York lino referred to the American railroad lecurities question, asserting that nnnv thoughtful mon in the United statoa woro persiitent in Booking moans to chock "kite flying" and the vicious Snancing of railroads. Great Britain, be added, could rely on this being done, i 'or Americans, as a whole, wero of a olgh moral standard, and tho question would never be finally Bettled until it mas settled right. Secretary Morton was ono of the speaker*. He said that Mr. Wilson had Itated what was absolutely correct, and :hat tho people of America had finally laid adieu to tbo protective system. Mr. Morton then said that "We, as Americans, feel at homo here," and the remark was loudly applauded, WILL UK ACCEPT? iouator mil na* not Yot mono up ins Mind \f bat lie Will Do. Ai.da.vy, N. Y., Sept. 27.?The apecuutions here regarding tho accontance or Pectination of candidates nominated by :ho Democratic state convention cootinuoa. Senator Hill is rolling quiotlv at bis lomo noar bero. lie wna in bis law office to-day, but law only a email poroontago of the people wbo called. To the Aaaociutod Froaa reporter ho laid: "I have arrived at no declBion yot oa :o this nomination forcod upon me. In 'act I have not boon officially notified, ind until I am I cannot aay anything n tho promisee. I bavo baVdty bad .Imo to think ovor tbo aonaatlonal wonts of yesterday." Senator Hill baj received hundred of :ongratulatory telegrams from people ill over tho country. Somo of them ire in tho form of petitiona risking him lot to decline tho nomination. lull's Nomluntloa. New York, Sept. 27.?Of the noraina,ton of Sonator 11111 for governor tbo World saya: "Now that the alternative la botweon Hill and Morton, of courao no Democrat Till go to tbo polla to voto for Mr. Morion. How many may not vote for Mr. Hill ia another question." Tho Preafl aays: "It 1a a tickot of fororn bopo. Driven to desperation with ;hu prociplcoa of dofeat before thorn and tho tidal wave of popular indignation behind them the Domocrata have made > rally. They bavo aummoned tbeir ibleat" leader to tho front and bogged nira to aave them from impending doom." Tho Morning Adverlisor aaya: "A rammany man at one end, an antir.aramnnv man at the othor with a Wbat-ia-lt in tbo middlo?thia is tho tickot which is intended to rcconcilo ind unito tbo divided and demoralized Democracy. It is liko cbaos come again, and it will be moroliko it for tbo party in Novomber." Itondjr for Arbitration, Masbillon, 0., Sept. 27.?The coal miners of this district hold au rill -day [neoting to-day to discuss tlio proposition to submit their grlovancos to arbitration. Tho mooting has not yet adjourned, but it is said a majority of tho iclegates are in favor of arbitration, and it Is doclared that a committee, of which President McBrido will bo a member, will bo appointed to moot the oporators. Tho Htrlke llroken. New Bedford, Mass., Sept 27.?The ;reat textile strike in this city was broken this morning when at a mooting if the weavers'anion tho employes of tho Piorce mill woro instructed to go back to work. The olllclnls of this corporation havo Jocidod to pay tho old icalos of wages. BRIEFS FROM THE WIRES. Profossor Shortlidge, of Modia, Pa., oil trial for killing his wife, was acquitted on tho grounds of insanity. The verdict is a popular ono. five thousand striking hattorsparaded in Newark, Mow Jersey, with banners inscribed: "No icharity. Work for good wages is what wo want." The reports from tho Wost India cyclono which is swooping over the southern Atlantic stntos arc that considerable damago was dono to tho rice and cotton crops, but no livos woro lost Tho United states commission appointed to Invostlgate the Chicago strike, nftor a two days' oxocntlvo session, has decided not to make public its roport, which, It Is stated, Is a vigorous document. Tho members of llio Poary oxpodition who returned with .Mrs. Peary clmrgo that they woro ill troateil by Lloutenant Poary; that thoir rations woru unnecessarily scant, and that Peary troatod them to autocratic rule. Francos Smith, the pretty aovoiiteonyear-old daughtor of Charles Smith, an Allegheny City manufacturer, slippud nwav with thu llaker oporn company, which had boon playing there. Tho girl was located in Cuba, N. Y., and rought homo. Myron Bates, of Youngstown, Ohio, is missing. On July 4 hu loft his homo on a hlcyclo, Wound for Washington, 1>. C. Hinco that timo ho has not boon hoard from. It Is boliovod that ho reached New Yofk, and friends havo, asked tho police to And him. TRAIN" DEKAILED, Two Sleeper* and Two Coaches Boll Down a Uituk?No one Seriously Hart. Special DUpatch to tht IntdUocncer. IUbtixkuuro, w. V*., Sept. 27.?The east bound pauengor train oa the Baltimore & Ohio railroad, which la duo here at 0:47, mot with an accident tbia morning at Myera' Hale, fifo miloa weat of hero. Two aleepera and two day coachei loft tho track and rolled down the bank about twenty foot deep. Tbe engine and otbor coaches were alao derailed, but remained on the track. Tbe j>alienors wore coneiderably shaken up ona several were badly cut and bruised, but no one waa seriously injured. Tho accident is attributed to the turning of a rail, which bad been insecurely faitoned. A CUIN'fcHR CLAIM Hint the Naval Conflict Off Yalu Was a Drawn llattle. Washington,, -D. C., Soot. 27.?An official of tha Chiaoae location said today that information from tha viceroy it Tien Tain regarding tho fight at the month of tho Yulu rivor was that it was a drawn battls and that both 8idol ' suffered equally. Regarding tho Ping Vang land light, tho Chinese admit defeat, but no details of tho battle havo been received at tbe legation. No official confirmation has been received by tbe minister of the degradation of Li Hung Chang by tbe deprivation of bis peacock foather and bis yellow jacket. It ia asserted that even should such bo the case tho viceroy retains all the powers oxerciseil by him prior to hie degradation. Tho bestowal of tho decorations, lt is explained, ia in the nature of rewards of merit, ana tho deprivation of them sigtiifios disapproval of actions that may Uavo been taken or policy pursued. TUB TO.NCi ilAltS Attack tho Jnpancae Troop* tn Korea. Prejudice Against Foreigners. Yokohama, Sept. 27.?Tho Tons: Ilaks, a powerful religious soot of Korean rebels, havo attacked tbe Japaaoso troops at Taiku, Southern Korea. Reinforcements have been sent to tho Japanese from Seoul. Tho Tons links constitute ono of tho most poworful revolutionary elements in Koroa. They ascribe tho precarious condition of Korean tratfo and commerce to tho presonce of the foreigners. IhoTong Hftks, early in tho year, unflortook thn task of ridding Koroa of foreigners, and threatened the Japanese as well as people of other nationality. Last year, incited by tbe long Haka, 30,000 Korouna threatened to inarch on tho Korean capital and expol the foreigners therefrom. Tho movement was anpproesod, hut tho feeling which then l WAR TO T "Our Protectionists defenses to keep you a: competing with us in 01 tariff reformers are b defenses."?Congressn1 at the dinner given to Chamber of Commerce, existed led to tho disturbances which evontually brought about the war bo twoon UUina ana Japan. . OHINifiaK NOT SKILLED Iu tho Uiio of Modern Arms?Couldn't Shoot-Moron Shot Itepnatlng Itlflon. Yokohoma, Sept. 27.?An oyo-witneis of the bnttloa at Saklwan and Aaan statos tbnt tho Chinoso aro not skillful in shooting, tboir bullets being directod not higher than threo froot from tho ground. They usod smokolosa powder and most of them wero armod with seven-shot repeating rifles. They seemed, howovor, to be unaccustomed to the Uflo of tho ropoating rifle, as, when ordored to fire, thoy discharged all shots in rapid succession. During tho tiring of theso volleys tho ; Jnpaneso officers ordered their men to lay down ou the ground and then to riso and rush on the euemy in tho intervals while thoy wero loading their ' rifles. Those tactics wore successful. Two Jupaueno Dofonts. London, Sopt. 28.?A despatch to tho Times from Shanghai says that tho Chlnodo roportod that tho .Tapanoso have been ropulsod at both Aniu and ; wiju. , HOLD THEllt AMMUNITION. Quoor Action* Attributed to tho Captains or Clilnoso War Vonsols. London, Sept, 27.?Tho Pall Mall Gazetto this afternoon publishod a lot- 1 tor from Shanghai, datod August 17, saying that tho Chineso navy cannot fight because tho ships have only about twolvo rounds ot ammunition por ship, tho ragular supply of ammunition hav- , ing boon sold, according to tho Pall Mall , Unzotte'B correspondent, by the captains ot tho Chinoso warships. , The corrospondont adds that ono of tboso commanders actually sold one of bin nhip'H Armstrong guus and weut to eoaonegun short. Tho Onrmnii Cnthollo*. Louisvii.le, Ky., Sopt. 27.?Pontifical nana was said la St. Mary's cli urcli, at Klglith and Grayson stroots tills morning at 8 o'clock for tho clergy and laity ol tlio Gorman Catholic congress. Tho sorvlco was nolomn and Improsslvo, and tho largo "church was filled with worshippors. At 10 o'clock this morning tho 1'riosU' Kooloty mot (or tlio laat timo in Bonifaco Ilall. Otlior bustnoss, mooting* wero hold to-day and routine busiuoas conducted. Tlio dologatos loft for Mammoth Cuvo this aftornoon at 3:20 on an oxcnrslon. Whnnllnff Ciimpmir i'linrtorml. Spfetnl Dbpa'ch |i? tht Inlflllilfnrfr. Cuiii.iiHTos', \V. Va.i Sopt. 27.?Tlio socrotury ot stato has clinrtored tho Amoricati Kloctrio Snioltlug Company: principal olllcos at Wheoling. Capitalaulborijod jl.OOOiOOU. 1 GREAT NEWS SERVICE. Tbs Enormous Business of tbe Associated Proas. UNPARALLELED IN THE HISTORY Of Newspaper Work?llow thePooplo Are Served With tbe News of the World Brerjr Day by tbo Great Association ot Which tho Intollijgonoor Is a Member?Eighteen Thousand Miles oi' Leaned Wire and tho Report* Uloaned from Sixty Thousand Words of Tolograph Sent by Correspondents Dully. tho tixad average weokly expenses of tho aaaociation since the last annual meeting. The Associated Pross has for the exclusive news sorvice to-day 18,581 milos of leased wire, extending from St. Johns, N. B,, to tho east, to Portland, San Francisco and Han Diego on tbo west, and from Duluth on tho north to New Orloans, Galveston and San Antonio on the south. Tho number of independent agents (correspondents) in the sorvice of tho HE KNIFE. have been building nd other nations from ir home market. The reaking down these lan William L Wilson him by the London London. Sept. 27, '94. Associated Press ia 1,500. The number in eaatorn divisions is 528; in tho contral division, 0.32; in the western division, 400; in tho aouthorn division tbo correspondents of the fctouthorn Associated Proas covor that torritory. Tho numbor of telegraph operators in tho service 01 mo abbocimou rross is iu?. The average number of words transmitted ovor the day wire is 16,000 words, the avorago number over the night wires is 45,000. The approximate number of words in the telographic gathored-in service throughout the country in 20,000 per day. The committee finds that the Associated Press has maintninod and improvod at every point groat miporiority in its news sorvico over all competitor^ and that not only in its do* mostic, but also in its foroign;now9 arrangements, it stands far alioad of ttuy previous record. It holds oxclusivo contracts vflth the London Times, prohibiting tho legitimate uso of tho news of this paper by auy American news association, and similar exclusive contracts with tho chief and moat import* ant news agonciorof Europe?tho Kou* tor, of London; tho flavae, of Franco, and tho Wolfe, of Berlin, tho throe groat agencies of England, Franco and Uermany, which maintain correspondonts atovory important city inEuropo, Africa, South America, Asia and Australia. The examination of tho books of tho Associated Press shows that ita members have signed and plodgod thornjolvos to tho guarantoo fund of $500,000 to maintain tho high charactor of its news acrvico and to moot any extraordinary contingencies of oxpenso. Ol this vast sum not ono singlo dollar has been demanded from any subscribers, and tho satire sura roiuuins intact, unused for any purpose and availablo at any mo* ment for the use for which it was subscribed. 8. 6. Carvaliio, Now York World. FflBPKBIC Dhiscoll, Su Paul Pionoer Press. O. II. KNAW, St. Lotiid Republic, Cl.AYTON MuMlCHACL, Philadelphia North Amoricau. Alukht J. Baku, Pittsburgh Post. J. K. Scrifp, DotroitTribuno and Detroit Nows. E. H. PKKMM:, Clovoland Leador and Cleveland Nows aud Horald. nioro l-'drcHt Firm. St. Pai'I,, Miss., Sopt. 27.?Moro borloiiB foroat ilroa oro reported to-nixht from Crow Wins county an J aovoral fatnlitioa aro foarod. A dispntcli [rum ltraiuord aaya n larito pnrtol Hint comity hua boon laid woato by tho llroa which woro rnpinit with (nry this afternoon and probably a dojoti farmer* in tho Mitern and sotithora parts of Crow Wine county bivo tost conrly nil their building). Cfiicaoo, Sept. 27.?At the regular quarterly meeting of the board of directors of tho Aaaociated Proia held hero to-day, tho committee of the association reported as follows: Tho committee appointed by the board of diroctora to present to the board tho actual proient condition of the Aaaociatod Press report that more than four hundred newepapera are now recoiving directly by tolograph tno news reports of tbe Associated Press. Those newspapers are members of the Associated Pross and supplied with the news directly by agouts of the AasBOciatod Press. A largo number of daily papors ia addition got the news through minor associations procuring news from this organization. Since tho reorganization of the Associated Press ope year ago, one hundred aud twenty-nine daily papors have given up the new* service of the United Pross and havo become members of tho Associated Pross, and in tho same poriod of time not a single newspaper having membership privilogos in tho Associated Press has voluntarily relinquished that nows servico to accept service from any othor news association not in closo nnd friondly relation with the Associated Pross. The committeo further reports that tho present actual cash receipts oach week in paymont for tho vurious dolivories of its nows aro in oxcess of tho actual weekly expensos of fliA Aaannintml Preaa. and ill OXCU8S of foated some one worth montioi What's tho ubo of my lighting a mi weight whoa thoro aro plenty of who can do him easily? lie wan skip ovar all tho other heavy-woi and tacklo mo." "That's right, too, Jim," inlorp Steve O'Donnell, "I'll light him take him any way ho likos." O'Doi said that ho would accept Fitzsiuiir challenge on his own hook. IIEUOIC METHODS Adopted to Hrluir Corltf tt to l'timM? NlmmoiiM to lie Declurod tlio Chump! Nkw Orleans, La., Sept. 27.? bott wirod that Fitzqiinmons musl feat O'Donnell before lio would ] the middle-weight, Prosidont Solid the Olympic club, has determine bring the affair to an issue at once. Should Corbett in thrco days fa agroe to a meeting with Fitzsimir the club will announco the lattc heavy-weight champion ol tho and ready to hold the title against and all comers. Tho club elalmi right to do this, as tho title was lost won in its arena. Robert J, .still Klnjf. Daventoht, Iowa, Sopt. 27.?Il( J. is etill kinir ot pacers. Beforo 10,000 poopio on tho Da port milo track to-duy ho easily do od Joe Patcbon, two straight hoata then, aftor Joo bad withdrawn by a; ment, paced a milo with running i in 2:0211, tho fastest third boat by seconds over paced. THE 1 HON TRADE. Itevlew of tho Situation?Itullroiulu the Kt?y to the Situation. Cleveland, O., Sopt. 27.?The Trado Koviow says: With tbo railroads still holding koy to tho immediate futuro of tho trado, there is no reason to expocl abrupt variation in markot hu week aftor uoxt. All that can bo as to the buying by railroads ia thai total is increasing. 1'ig irou buyers aro asking coi flions on tho few largo lots that bought and tho fooling is not us lire any grado. .Spot Uossomor sold at $11 25 P burgh and u salo is reportod doliv< to December at $1110. Steel billetn have sold at $17 fot mediate shipment and continu $10 50 for forward dolivory. Pittsburgh structural mills . managed to tako a largo ainoun work oast and wost in tho past wocks. IJridgo work involving coi erablo tonnago is coming up in Chi as well as in tho oast, and for tho h thore is sharp competition botv oaaturu and Pittsburgh luilli). yards on tho Dolawaro aro oxpocti place goodly ordora within auo week. LONDON WOOL SALKS. Tho Markot Hnoyitiit siml tloml Hit! All Around. London*, Sept. 27.?At tlio wool f to-day thorn woro olio rod 13,050 b of tthich'2,000 bale* woro withdr: Tho markot wan buoyant and thero good bidding all around. Amorlcq to-day 200 bales of good gro.ny moi and now clip Queensland. Noxt yi two opening series woro fixod to-dc begin January 15 and March 7. Tho following aro to-day's salos ii tail: 1,080 hales Sydnoy, scoured 4dn greasy ojdafijd. 1,003 bales Queensland, scourod, li greasy 4?dn7}d. 2,107 bales Victoria, scourod 4$ Od; greasy OjnllAd. 204 bales Taimanin, scourod Sjal greaxv OuSAd. 0,181 bales New Zealand, ?co\ 4Jilflls 4d; gioasy, JlfdalOjd. 1,191 bales Capo of Good Hope Natal, acourod, linls 4dj greasy, t7!<L HWBBBHBHHnHHi FiTZsmaioxs' UBN. lie Makei Two I'mpoattiona lo Chan Corhrttuu'l Incidentally 0?U bare IIli letter lo Full. New Orleans, Sept. 27.? Mi weight Champion Fitzaitnmons morning mailed the following lotti Corbolt: Mr. Jama J. CorOdl, Chaw ton of tAc World i Dbak 8ik:?At every opportt when my nauio tins been uuod in nection witli a battlo with you foi world's championabip, you have deavored to belitilo my claim for u I on tho grounds, aa you put it, tt am not in your clans or that you not soen tbo color of my monoy. very well awaro of tbo fact that altli I havo earned moro money than y< fighting since I havo become ml weight champion, you cun buy urn mo financially, no doubt, your fa of saving being bettor than u Therefore, I hope tuat a $10,000 aid will not stand aa a barrier against e ing a match with you. Tho amount of money 1 shall pi has decided many a championship test in mo pasr, nuu i uopo you wn refuse. Whon you eicn for a $2 purse, such aa ia offered by the OI v club at the presout tirno, you will my natno attached without asking loser's end. In ordor to show tay cerlty to tho public at largo, I moko you two propositions: First, that wo ongago tho largest in New York city and give a boxinj hibition, four rounds, scientific p only, for tho benoflt of tho poor of York city. I will givo you anv p! that you may dmnaud that I will u< tempt to knock you out. In ease potont judges docide that 1 am n your cliiBB, eo far aa skill and eci are concerned, I will never ask match with you again. "Second, I auk to bo allowed to mally challenpo you to givo mo a ch to meot you to a finish to decidi world's championship, aecordini Marquia of Quoenabury rules. In ( to again show my sincerity I ho deposit the sum of $10,000 aa a side with tho priviloKO of increasing it on if my financial standing will allc 1 most roapoctfully call your attei to tho fact that I have already n\ articles to meot you boforo tho Olyi Club for a purse of $25,000, winni tako all, and I trust you win ace way clear to do likewise. Roiiekt Firzsr.mmons Champion Middleweight of Aineri Corbolt Will Not Fight. Lbwiston*, Ma ink, Soot. 27.?Ci pion James J. Corbett, who appt hero to-night in "Oentlomau Jack1 llrat made acquainted with tho fact Fitzsimmons had published a io chalionge to fight him by an Aasoci Proas representative boforo tho formanco. Tho champion road tho letter c to Stovo O'Donnoli and said: "I dc Droposo to fight him until ho ha ArlLK MANY YhAKS utile. - ' Captain Howcato,- Ex-Ohlef of tbs ddlotUii Woatbor Bureau, la Oauffbt >r to (1 FAMOUS WASHINGTON SHNML inity <tbo ftocaUcd by tho Arreatot the Officer on- Who, In 1870, Stole Ovor Throe '^t^i Hundred Thouaaud Dollar* from hove l,u% G?*epnment aDt* Spent It oo a I am AVotium?Hii EMcapo and aiysterioa* Disappearance ? After Thirteen ddle- Years the DctoctUoH Looate Him In i soil No\v York?Ilia Ill-Gotteii Galas All itnl. 0 bot ? ucur" Nbw Yoiik, Sept. 27.?Oapt Henry it up 'Iowl!!lto> formerly chief of the con- woathor bureau in Washington, wai ar1 not rested in this city to-day on the charge 5,000 0[ for(;ary BIll| ouibozzloment of $3(30,000, inpiC :- ,ova ?...i iura llnd ^lummou iu laio uuu toiv. tor a The arrest is the rosult of a search sin- which has occupiod the attention of tho Unitod States secret aorvice for over hall thirteen yoara. ?ex- llowgato was arrested in 1680 in nintrt Washington, but, having obtained the permission of tho ofllcera to go to his jt at- to dress, ho escaped through the com- window and has siuco battled all efTorti ot in at recapturo. With Ilowgato there cnce wont a notorious woman of W oahing> for a ton, for whom it was alleged ho robbed the govornment. Tho woman does not for- now livo with him, it boing alleged anco that sho desertod him as soon at the d tho money was spout. to Aftor having soarchod nearly the >rdor whole country for Jlowgote, ox-Sheriff roby Drummond received information that i hnt. dm fimitU'A ti'itd n ilnnlnr in nld hnnlru lator and pamphlets in this city. Every book >w. store was visited by dotoctivos without , ition success. Finally an oflicorwas dotailed gned to watch the auction sales for liowgato. tnpic ^\bout two woeks ago it wan suspected to that tho fugitive was koeping an old your book storo in tho basomont of No. 80 Fourth avenue, under tho uame of liar, voy Williams. Not being suro of tho ca. man's identity, tho authorities in Washington wore aslced to Bond a man to the city who was acquainted with liowgato. Ilflm" A clerk in tho Wardo house, who had jured hoon formerly associated with Howgato was jn tjie weather bureau, was sent here. Ho tlia* me^ Howgato, but at lirat was uncertain Pinal about his idontity, aa the latter had aled changed considerably in thirtoon years. Por" After engaging him in conversation tho clerk at length became convinced that tloud tjl0 mjin Wfl3 Howgato and a warrant for ' n.ot his arrest was procured from Couimit9 de- sioticr Alexander. 'JW Mr. Brummoud sorvod tho warrant tldlo- to-day in porson. lie mot Howgato men coming out of a store at Fourth avenue ta. t0 and Tonth streot and said: "How are guts you, Captain liowgato?" Tho latter started, but quickly roosou jraining bia composure, asked Mr. an(J Drummond what ho wanted. The doinolJ tectivo told him. Heansworod: "AU ions right; tho jig is up. 1 am Gaptaia liowgato." On being arraigned beloro Commissionor Aloxandor this afternoon, HowFitx ^ato said he would waive examinetioa <> >' and go back to Washington without Cor* trouble. IIo was not in a position, he ; do- said, to furnish bail, which was fixed by moet the commissioner at $10,000. \ II, of There are seven indiotmonts ponding \ id to against liowgato. j Had Doen Soon Before. ions, Washington, Sept27.?Captain Howir as gate was under indictment in Washrorld ii,Kton in 1882 for his wrong doing and ; a?y escaped from a bailiff, since which time 1 ho has not boon hoard of by the authori and ifino Parsons in Washington claim to huvo seen him and tulkod with niru on the streets of Now York within the last >bort *QW y?ur9* *8 supposed to have boon living in JS'ow York for three or lour veara past. 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