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I sTpiUCE OIXE 1CEJVT. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT.' H
I NO BLAINE YET.
I The Oity of Now York Still Out at
n "Tho World's" Tuff Down
the Bay to Meet Him.
Tho Great Parade Slated for To-Night
ON WATCH AT 8ANDI HOOK.
1 Prnnnlna tlio Ocean for borne Hlgn ol the
i' Expected Htetinialilp.
PrCIAL TO THE ITEMtlQ W0BLD.1
Sandy Hook Signal Station, Aug. 9
8 a. m. Tho buu set lost evening in a bank
of dark cloud", leaving to disappointment
tho anxious watchers who hod been floating
firouud tho lower 1 ay all the afternoon en
deavoring to Bight bouio Bign of the approach
of tliaalrealy famous Iunmu line steamer
tho City of New York, with tho Republicans'
v idol on board.
Tho vduo of the new steamer decreosod in
tho opinion of somo thousands, or at least
tho Mil no of tho opinions of those who pre
dicted that Bho would make her maiden trip
a remnrkahlo one fell off largely. Not a
glimpse of her had fallen to tho lot of any
V Every cloud of smoke on tho horizon to
J.j (.canard was closoly watched. As it grew
if darker the wind, which had boen blowing
bteadily fn in tho southeast all duj,
ehllteil and blow from tho southwest. This
was foi lunate, for it drovooff tho foe and
mist which had hung oer tho buy jebterdav.
mid a, lowed one to too tho lights of i tssels
out to Fca.
Lightning flashed around tho edges of tho
Bky until uudnight. when only hero uud thero
were to bo heeu brilliant stars. 'Iho tooting
jilcasuio steamers loft the waters surround
ing Sandy Hook at 7 o'clock, and tho Hook
itself wis deserted by all Msitors except tho
Tub Woklu's fitcamer lay alongsido the
LCJovernmont dock, and its corps of repre
sentatives enjoyed tho cordial hospitality of
VCapt. Tatteison, of tho Life-Saving Service.
BE UlCHINO THE OCEAN WITH OLA8SLS.
Up in tho top of the tall mariu j obsori atory,
It short distuueo from tho Ufo-saung station,
tho operators seannod tho ocean through
J their glasses with unusual caro and intorest.
ut One of The World's ropresontatuos was
stationed thero to keep tho night Match,
xrhilo the rest slept in their comfortable
bunks, and an Eienxno Woiild reporter was
nlone with tho observer from 2 o'clock until
morning was woll advanced.
Tho red lights of the Sandy Hook Light
hhip, seven miles distant, could bo seen
plainly without the aid of glass.
Several small steamers passed into tho bay
from tho ocean in the early morning, hut dis
played no signals. The lights which thoso
on tho Hook longed to soo were two blues,
one on either end of a largo steamship and a
led amidships, the signals whioh announce
. . the approach of a boat belonging to tho
wJ Jnman line.
NO MORE BLINDING TOO.
The weather grow dourer and clearer as
tho night progressed, and tho chances of
sighting tho City of Now York from tho
obsoivutory at Fire Island wero mudo sure,
nnd tho intoroit became centred mainly on
( AIL AURT AT FIRE ISLAND.
g Tho manno observer nt Tiro Island was
J fpienedat intervals, and reported that tho
-j; nu v. as hazy thero. but ho could seo oil six
or seven miles .Ho was keeping a sharp
lookout for tho stoamor, but had not seen
Tho morning dawnod with n far difforent
1 Iispcci than yes'orday. Evory indication
pointed to a clear day for Jamos G. lllumo's
i expected arrival and u creut tnuo nil over tho
,p 'two strainers vvcro sightod from hero nt
4.30 a. u. , but they turned out to bo SotUh-
iy ern boats. When first disciverod they were
& far to tho Bouthoist. and tho further ono es-
p( cially moused tho suspicion that it was the
iinuh-looked-for City ot Now York. It
proved to ho one of tho Atlnb lino, however.
The lirbt was tho Tallahnsseo of the Savau-
' wall line. Tim only thing to be seen to tho
cohiw aril ontbida tlio Sandy Hook Lightship
was n pilot boat's bluo peter, nnd boioud
that somo durk clouds rcbcmbliug n fog
NOT MUCH ESTIIUSIlSM AT HANDY BOOK.
i"ll.S0 a.m. Tho weather indications at
elajli'ht proved eoneet. Tho heot was
tempered bouiowhut by n light westerly
breeze and tho smooth surface of tlio bay
was dlbtrcsmiigh froo fiom tho dlstuibancu
of Itepublicau enthusiasm.
At 11 o'clock tho tug V. W. Voslmrgh, car
rying II. J. Maim and patty, who wero to
meet tho comedians Lvans oud Hooy, went
cruising around ninildssly. Tins was tho
first incident of intorepi during tho morning.
As tho tug drew up to Tin. World's bout
at tho government dock on tho Hook, Man
ager Mann startled all tho newspaper men
thou distinguished gnosis bv shouting
" The City of Now York has been sighted."
"Whero.'" jelled all on hoard tho Edwin
Haw ley, ns thoy ran to her rail, engor to havo
the monotony of w ailing rohoved by some
"Off Qiieoustown." answered tho funny
man, and then hoBiniled nt his feeble humor.
Tni) BAM SLOAN BIOHTtP.
Tho Ham Sloan followed tlio Voslmrgh
down tho bay a short distance, stoppod n
f I while nnd turned back in seeming disgust,
jl Sov oral yachts and tugs steamed down tho
i bay towards noon and nindo things look n
llttlo brightor. Tho iiiarino obtorvernt Tiro
jt Island was questioned by tolograph from
, hero, but ho had received no tidings of the
S khli) up to 11 o'clook. and sholiad not boeu
7 sighted from this lookout.
1 BAM bLOAN BE1S SAIh AGAIN.
I ftovrn the Hay Onee ftlore tu alert lie Illnlue
jj Undauntod by tho disappointing expcil.
A ences of yostorday tho liiemberH of the
jj Toung Mon's llopublican Club nnd their
! triends wero on hand early this ninmiugto
mako nnothcr nttompt to bring the Mnlno
statesman up the harbor in the Sim Sloan.
Old hoi had scarcoly poked his head ovor
the I'ost Ofllco domo and briphtoncd up tho
end of pior 20. win re tho Sloan lav, when
the member's of josterdnj's excursion i any
began to arrive
l'rom f oMock on to 7, tho hour when it
linlbun announced that the Sloan would
start, there was a stendv and gradually in.
creating stn am of arrivals, who cume troop
ing down the long piir. Mnuv ot them had
undoubtedly ben up all uiaht, judging
from their generally dishevelled appearance
and hoirso vi ieos, and others nibbed ihoir
eves as they camo up to receive tho greotiug
of their friends.
BI.F.F.rlNO, ntJT OO0D nUMORED.
But thoy wero all in a good humor and
there was a marked increase in point of eu
thiiBiabiu among tho crowd ocr yostorday.
Perhaps it was duo to tho bright sunlight oud
the cool, fresh broozo which was watted up
tho bay in refreshing puffs, but it was no
doubt due in a great uuasuro to the report
which hud been circulated oitonRivelv that
the City of New Y'ork had been sighted off
Fire Island, and tho general bollof that to
day's trip would bo more productive of grati
fying rosults than yosterday's excursion.
CHEERED IIY MUSIO STRAINS.
The steamer had not boen sightod, however,
nt this hour, and when this bocamo
known the spirits of tho crowd sank nfew
degrees. Thou thoy had recourse to musto
and instead of Cappa's Hand theband of the
Baltimoro Light Infantry, in torrn-cotta uni
forms, was stationed on the main dock.
At tho sugges'ion of President Johnson, of
tho Baltimore Young Men's Itepublicau Olub,
who was conspicuous vesteruay in all the
deck and shore parades, the musicians struck
up tho Boulauger march at 6.40, and tho
hilarity of tho crowd was restored to its
Among the oarliost arrivals wero Chair
man Pool, of the Iteception Committee, and
his son, II. N. Pool, who officiates as ticket
taker at tho gang-plank. They both felt con
fident that Mr. Blaine would arrive to day,
and that the arrangements for the parade
this evening would bo carried out according
to tho programme.
BARTLETT AND HIS SPEECH READT.
President Bartlett, of tho Young Mon's
Club, was also on hand with his bptech, in
which ho is to wclcomo back the Plumed
Knight to his native luud, in his msido
pocket. Committeemen Havvos, Caldwell
and Ullman wero also among the early risers.
Walker Blaine and his v ounger brother,
James tl. Blaine, jr., camo aboard about fi '10,
and Fiold-Marbhal Halstead, llobort P. Por
toi and Orator A. W. Teuney Bhowed up a
llttlo later, looking ns though thoy had taken
a good night's rest, and wero ready for all
sorts of tun to day,
K. II. Bauvard, of Dakota, who had an
address fiom the John A. Lognn Club, of
Wntertowu, in that Teiritory, was also on
hand and Jeimne Heasy, of Son Francisco,
was proud of being tho only representative
of his Stnto amon' tho comuanv. He thinks
California will bo found in tho Republican
ranks next fall, nnd sa s thoro would bo no
doubt about it if Blaine was ut the head of
DOWN THE BAT ONCE MORE.
At 7.30 nearly all of yesterday's company
was aboard and tho signal to start was given
Then a good many more passengers went
Precisely at 8 o'clock tho Sam Sloan's
whistle rang sharply out, her wheels churned
up a froth of vvator. and to tho cheering
strains of tho baud the shapely vessel once
more started down tho bay to greet the com
Tho tug Pulver, with a section of tho Chi
cago contingent aboard, tooted good-by. She
was waiting for her passengers, who had
scattered on her return last night.
ON THE WAY TO QUARANTINE,
Although tlio crowd on board tho Sloan
was nearly as largo as that of jesterday de
spite tho early start that was mado, tho ab
sentees wero noticeably among tho more
prominent guests of the first trip.
Young Jim Blaino, jr., brought hiswifo
with him, and ho and his party were the cen
tre of attraction on the trip down the bay.
Thero wore throo other ladies with thorn.
Mrs. llalph Trouiinon, Miss Herons, the
daughter of It. 0. Kerens, of St. Louis, ono
of the leaders of the Blame shouters at Chi
cago, and Mrs. A L. Conger, the wife of tho
Iowa Souator, who is n member ot the Ite
publicau National Committee. They occu
pied tlio setteos in ono corner of tho after
mam saloon and during tho morning woro
tho centre of an animated group.
THE BAM SLOAN AT QUARANTINE.
SVoung Mrs. Blaino was attired in a light
travelling suit and a coquettish chip bonnet.
Sho was bright and vivacious in conver
sation, and was entertaining William Walter
1'helpn, who sat besido her wliou tho boat
arrived at quarantine Field Marshal Hal
stead, Postmaster Joseph Manley, Charlos
Kinory Smith. Col. Carson fiako. Gen. Cyrus
Buusey and Consul-Gen. Smith, of Siam,
woro othor members of tho party. John II.
Clarkson and Mr. Kerens wero also with
them n part of tho timo.
bhortlv oftor thu Slonne started Editor
Halstead excused himself and retired to a
convoniciit cushionod setteo n llttlo distauco
from tho party, but in full view of a crowd of
interested spectators, and stretched himself
out in a comfortable position. In half a min
ute ho was fast asleep. He did not wake up
till tho boat stoppod at tho Quarantine.
INTRODUCTIONS IN ORDER.
During tho trip tho members of the com
mitteo wtro brought up and introduced to
tho ladies by j oung Mr. Bluino. Thero was a
noticeable coolnebs on tho part of Charles
Emory Smith towards Chairman Post, of the
Itoception Committee and it was generally
attributed to tho refusal of the latter to givo
tho Philadelphia oditor an invitation to tho
excursion, although Mr. Smith afterwards
succooded in procuring tho necessary paste,
beard from anothor and moro friendly
sourco. . , , ..
Tho committoo received this morning a
poom from tho Workingmon's Protective
Leaguo, which will be road by ono of tho
member on Mr. Blaine's arrival. At tho
ship uows ollico at Quarantine it was learned
that tho City of Now York had not boeu
WILL IIAYB TUB fAUADE ANYWAY.
Here I tlio I.lnn of March nnd Mnbe-Up of
Tho big parado of Republicans in honor of
Jamos G. Blaine will move from Fifty-nlnth
streot down Tifth avenuo at 8 o'clock this
evouing, even though the maguetio man from
Maine should fail to put in an appearance to
day. Should ho arrivo ho will review tho parado
from tho platform at Madison Square and
tho Irish-Amencnu Blaino men will serenade
him there. Eight hundrod prominent Re
publicans will have places on the platform
1 he sov oral divisions will join tho parado
from tho soverul strcots down tlc avenue,
nnd tho line of march will bo like this:
Oranil Marshal Jaek.ou, Ms tuff and aids of SOO
lhoMiith Ward Honeer Corps.
IKNVSVIVlMA ASU MAIIVIAM'.
ueo. uiarlci It T. CullH, commuudlng.
yLAAgj) .2Ufiluiai. jktSJkUL AKivkfBifaUtttfMiriAiMV
Wmhlncton Grays bsnd nml drum corps.
ItcpuUliian Invlnoibles, rnliauelphla.
Wllnon l'cnt Hand.
Young Men's Itepublicau Club, ll.ittlmore.
Cumberland Kcptibiiisn Hub, Maryland, rolling
the treat lUrtlsou ball fourteen del In diameter.
Union llepuhllinn 1'iub, 1'ntU lelphla.
Krpubl cn Club, Wllmlnilinn, Pel.
Tlio Ciimcruii ( tub, l'hiiAdeluhl.
First Ward Kcputilican lampalcn Club, 1'Hlla-
sbcom) niv won.
Gm. Nicholas W. Pay, e oranunillni.
The Unconditional Hcpuol can Club, Albany.
'1 be Old Uiurd ot the Incuuditlonal llopublican
Chicago Vuudk Men's UUIiio Club.
Kansas city limine clun.
Tho airfield Club or KnoxTllie, Tenn.
Oarneld Club. I'awtueke . It. L
New Haven Itepublicau I ub.
Chauncej M. Dcpevr Hepublloau Liaue, Highland
Kalis, N. .
J. Irving hums Uuard.Yonkers.
Citizen' lomunlice, Yonkers.
Itepnblican Uuu ot Mount Vernon.
Protective Harrison ami Morion Club, Oyster
Hay, L I.
Young Men. Republican Club, Hempstead, L. I.
1 hi People's Republican Clun, rearsall'., L. L
Young ltepnbllean League, New Britain, Conn,
Itepublicau Club ot Naugatnck, Conn.
Pongbkccjialo Itepubllean Club.
The Itepnblican Leaguo Grand Dlvulon, preceded
and flanked by fitly torch-bearer,
Jhinea r. Foater. Mar.haL
Harlem llepub lean Club.
Young Men'. Itepubllean Club, ot West Harlem.
Harrison and Morton Campaign Club.
Harlem Colored Itepubllean Club.
Manhattan Unconditional Clan.
lUrrlion and Morton Protection Club.
11. Mytr Aaaoclatlon Campaign Club.
Seventeenth Assembly Utttrlct Itepnblican.
Weatcheater League Club.
Republican Club, of Pelham.
Rcpnbllcan Club, of Merlden, Conn.
Repuollcan Club, of Mount Vernon.
Itepubllean Olub, of New Uochelle.
Young Men's Kei ubllcan Club, of l'oughkeepsle.
While Plalna ltepui llcan ( lnb.
Yoang Men's Republican Clnb, ot Stamford.
Republican Club ot Bridgeport, Conn.
Young Itepublicau Club of Lancaster, Pa.
Young Men'a itepuidloan Club of Baltimore.
Seventh Ward Republican Association ot llaltt-
IlarrUon and M rton Campaign Club of Gutten-
burg, N. J.
Lafayette Clnb, Llrventh Asaembly Dlatrlct.
Young Men's Independent Repuollcan Club, New
The Colored Republican Leigno of tho City and
t ouuty ot New York.
the Colored Republican ( lull of Hudson, N. J.
James G, Ul tue Association, New Y'ork City.
Flrat Hungarian Republican Club of Now York
Scandinavian Club, New Y'ork City.
'the Italian Clan, New York City.
Delegations from vatluua Leaguo Clubs.
A'eto Jersey Dt i MonJohn lltimsev, ilarihal.
Republican Uulon League Club, Newark.
First Ward Republican Club of Newark.
becond Ward Republican club of Newark.
Third Ward Repnbllcan Hub.
Fourth W atd lb-publican Ciub.
Fltth Ward Republican Club. W. Poor.
Sixth Ward Republican Clnb.
Seventh Want Republican Club.
Hjhtn Ward Republican Club
Ninth Ward Y'oung Men'a Club of Nowark.
Ninth srd Ri publican Club of Newark.
'Jenlh Young Men's Club of Newark.
Kleventn Ward Republican Club.
Iwellth Ward Republican Clnb.
Fifteenth Ward Colored Club ol Newark.
Fourteentn W ard Young Men'a Club.
Fifteenth Ward Republican Club of Newark.
v.oung Republican Club of hsiex County,
James C. Chrlaiy Battery.
II, A. Potter Aiaoclallou.
K. N. Condlt Association.
W. Waltor Phelps Aswclatlon.
Central Coloied Club.
Wilkinson Knulneer Corfa.
Y'oung Men'a Club.
6. A. Smith Association.
Mantclair Y'oung Men i Club.
But Orange Republican Clnb.
Tofley Light Gnarda, Jersey city.
Phelps Guards of Paterson.
Republican Clnb of Jamesburg.
Fourih District Club of Jersey City.
Y'oung Men's Republican Club of Town ot Union.
Jonn A. Logan Clnb of Jertej city.
Pioneer Clnb, Jersey City.
Second District Republican Club.
Emery Republican Clnb.
CoL J. Frank Supplee, Marshal.
Wholesale Dry-Qooda Harrison and Morton Clnb,
New York City.
Bntler Protection Club, New York City.
Republican Club ot New York City,
Republican Clnb ot Nyack, N. Y.
Ilarrlsou and Morton Campalga Cavalry Club
of New York Cltr.
Central stamping company.
Gen. James J. O'Belrne.
Irish-American Anti-Cleveland and Protective Clnb,
New York city.
Irlah-Amerlcan Antl-Free-Trade League, New York
Irlah-Amerlcan Repnbllcan Central Organization.
Manhattan Railway Employees.
The Manhattan Unconditional Republican Club.
First Brooklyn Division. Theodore U. Willis,
Kings County Republican General Committee.
Klnga County Republican Campaign Committee
Brooklyn Young Rep iblican Clnb.
Brooklyn Republican League.
Insurance Meu'a Harrison and Morton Club.
First Ward Harrison and Morton Club.
The Brooklyn representation will come by
wny of Thirty-fouith street, joining the
parade at Fifth avenuo. Thero will be threo
divisions. Tho Eastern District Division
will como over the Twenty-third Street Ferry
lrom Broadway, Williamsburg and the South
and Central Brooklju Division by way of tho
Thoro will bo 10,000 Brooklynites, with
Col. John W. Jones as Grand Marshal, and
all will come at tho expense of tho Kings
County Goneral Committoo.
Acting-Supt. Byrnes was kept busy this
morning arranging tho detail of tho polico
force for tho filuiuo parado this ovoniug.
Eight captain will be in command of over
ono hundred men each on Fifth avenuo, tho
lino of march, and Capts. Clinchy and Car
penter will report to Inspector Steers at tho
Tho details will bo made up from tho upper
precincts and will number in all nearly fif
teen hundred men. The commanding cap
tains will bo McDonnoll, Reilly, Urogau,
Warts, Slebert, Copeland, Slavin and Allaire.
Inspectors Steers and Couliu will have
supremo command, the former bavins entire
charge of the grand stand and its surround
ings. Acting Sunt. Byrnes will take a general
supervision, and his corps of detectives, aug
mented by the ward men in citizens' attire,
will move freely in the crowd and lookout
for pickpockets and other suspicious persons.
A Urnernl Tie-Up
of all the meant of publto conveyance In a large
city, even for a few hours, during a strike of the
employees, means a central paralyzing of trade
ami Inuiutrj for the time being, and is attended
wltn an enormous aggregate loaa to the community.
How much more nerioua to tne Individual la the
general tie-up of his system, known aa constipa
tion, and due lo tne atrike of the most Important
organa for more prudent treatment and better care.
If too long neglected, a torpid or sluggish liver
will produce serious forms of kidney and liver dis
eases, malarial trouble and chronio dyspepsia. Dr.
I'lKKU.'.s PiEASAti; l'LWUTiiK Pi 1 1 KT8 ro a pr
vrntiic and cure ol these dlaoidera. They are
prompt, sure and itTccuvc, pleasant to lake, and
positively harmless. V
liEKR MOST ON THK STAND.
HIS INTERESTING LECTURE TO SIR, FORD'S
Annrchy Explnlnrit nt I.rncttt, and the Fn
turn ii C Our (invrrnuirnt Prnpliralril
.Vlnut liltrn Mntlatlrn its tn the Number
oT Sorlnlliil nnd Anarchist In America,
l'rnnrn mid tSrrninny.
Congressman Ford's Special Committoo op
Immigration furnishes tho summor's sousa
The coming of Blaine sufflcoth for n day,
but tho committee 1b on dock ovory day.
To diy, handsome Johanu Most, his head
Bandpapored, his Btrnggling board trimmed
so ns to show his wopporcd left jaw to full
advantago, a coat of black broadcloth and
an ocru vost, was tho leading attraction at
the committoo room in tho Westminstor
Hotel, ns Emigration Commissioner Jaiutor
Herr Most testified in a qtiiot, candid man
ner, quito astounding Committeemen Ford
and Guenther, who had expected to seo tho
little Auarchist oat firo and half fearod that
he might explode and blow them into Irving
place, fame and glory.
Most said ho livod at 164 Socoud avenue,
and had emigrated from England to America
five and one-half years ago.
Ho said ho was editing Frethetl. ' ' on eco
noinio nowspaper" advocating anarchism,
which ho defined as " a radical socialism."
Ho had edited several Socialist and An
archist papers in America and England.
"Yos, sir," ho replied to Mr. Ford. "I
got into trouble in England. 1 was sent to
prison for Bixtcou mouths because I ap
proved in mv papor, Fralifit, tho killing of
tho Russian Czar. I said ovory tyrant should
die. I camo to America at tho expiration of
Herr Most said thoro woro eight hundred
thousand to a million Socialists each in Ger
mans and Franco, and nt least fifty millions
in tho world.
In 1H7H the German Parliament passed a
law oxiling all socialists, and thoro was a
great exodus ol Suoiahsts from Gerrunnv to
England, Sw itzcrland mid America. Many
of them cimn finally to this country.
Herr Most thought thero were half a mill
ion Socialists in America. Ho gavo his fig
ures as to tho numbers m other countries nnd
thov mado a total of onv threo and a half
millions. But Most hastened to sav that
theso included only thoso who oponly
preached and advocated Socialism.
" All labor organizations in Amorica,"
Herr Most added, " aro believerf in Social
ism." " No, we don't encourage the immigration
of European Socialists. Your laws hero aro
enforced against us, nnd we advise our Euro
peans friends to stay whero they aro."
Socialism Herr Most defined anarchism as
communism free democracy. " Socialists
want that tho workingmon should got tho
fruit of their own labor," and added :
" If thero are no more bossos thero will bo
no more nocossity for States. No such bad
criminal laws. Poverty is tho parent of
crime, No poverty, no crimo. No moro use
for ohurchos, courts und prisons."
"Wo belicvo that tho prosont stato of
things cannot last much longer. In twenty
fivo years government will be in avcrvfow
hands m America as well as Europe. So we
say that since tho few havo all the riches and
tho masses nothing to buy necessities, revo
lution must come.
" Wo believe in revolution not because
we love violence, but because it is inevit
able." Herr Most'a eloquent speech was listened
to with varying expressions of omotion.
Commissioner Taintor was horrified ;
Chairman Ford only amused : Congressman
CHASED THE DOCfOR W11U HAMMERS.
A Supposed IHndmnn Terrorizing- the People
Living Nenr Elizabeth.
Dr. Thomas L. Hough, of Elizabeth, was chased
by a supposed lunatic Tuesday afternoon while
driving along a loucly road near that plaoe. Tho
fellow carried a hammer in each hand and attacked
the doctor's horse. The physician whipped up the
beast and drove rapidly along the r ugh, narrow
wagon track, with the supposed madman In hot
pursuit. The fellow overtook the carrlago and
tried to clamber Into the back of It. He partly
succeeded and, raising his arm, aimed a blow
with one of tho hammers at the uoctori head.
The latter parried tho atroke and biought down
the butt end ot his whip on bla assailant's head.
The blow staggered the m idman, but he still tried
tu get at the physician, who a second time ratsed
his whin and, striking tho fellow a powerful blow
on the forohcad, caused him to relax hta hold and
tumble Into the road. The doctor drovo rapidly
from the seme, leaving his assailant standing In the
road making threatening gestures after him. The
affair was reported to the police.
Several people re Billing in the vicinity say that
members of their (amines have been ciiased aud
frightened recently bv the unknown man, who,
some think, from the fact that he was armed with
u nammer and that the murdered man found at
Wcattield was killed with a blunt Inurnment, may
possibly be the perietrator of that mysterious
crime. It will be remembered that the post-mortem
examination on the dead body showed that
the skull had been pounded Into pieces apparently
with a hammer. Ine police are aconrlng the
woods In the vicinity of Schiller atreet In hopes of
capiurlpg the mysterious stranger.
Tommy Wnrrrn Kuacka Oat Moloney.
Isricui. to Tax cvehino world.)
West Sdi-ehioii, WU., Aug. a, The fight be
tween Tommy Warren and Billy Maloneyatthe
Jackson Tneatre last night, for 1200 a side, resulted
In the knocking out of Maloney in the third round.
I.eary'a It a ft Hern nfl" Illork Island.
IsriciiL to Tnr xvkmikq wold.1
New BkDrORD, Mass., Aug. 9.Tue Leary raft
was sighted off Block Island at a. SO this morning
by the steamer City of New Bedford,
Local New Condensed.
Martha Lewis, a homeless girl of nineteen years.
Jumped into the East River from pier S at 6. 30 this
morning. She was rescned by Officer Agnew and
sent to Chambers Street Hospital a prisoner.
No Trouble with Keely.
Vm l J"(lliir; ttronUlt.l
' 1 see, " remarked the Horse Editor, "that Mo
tor Keely professes to have discovered a new and
simple ruelbod ot pulverizing on art t. "
'That's the trouble wtih Keely," replied the
Snake hdltor; ' he deals with quartz Instead of
coming to tut p'tnt."
riuluH for Polar llrerzrs.
(Von Ik Mhratka Stati Journal,
I'd like to be a polsr bear,
Among the Icebergs prowling.
Where frozen seas stretch everywhere.
And hitter storms are bowling;
I'd like to lie an Esquimau
I'nou an Icy dlik, tin,
I'll launh tofiel lite ooitu wind blow
LnceailDg thruughm) wnliktrs,
WJU t.i'MjsrtyttftU. '- il?.j!fc.'
ON THE DIAMOND.
Htnnillng nf tho ( luba This Morning.
LaaaCE. I Association,
1Tnt ff. rf Iton, .Air, ttnt,
NswYork. . M in r63 'St. Lome ... M as 7H
hln ii , 41 IJ .MM llrmitlvn , M JJ ,UaM
burnt .,,. T It ,6N I Athletic. ... M II ,S11
PhllulslDUis IJ 41 .' Clnnnnatl. M .11 .IU3
II moil. ... M 4 .45" BalUmom... Jit S ,4JU
IMlUbun ,.31 41 4lit lliround,,.. .11 M ,S7K
lYubli.tftou. .11 M 11 3 Uul.Tlll. .11 M MV
IndiiDapoin. 31 51 Mb Kansas Our. J4 OS .il.)
(James Hclirdulrd for Ti-Dhj.
Pittsburg at New ort.
Iniilamipoll Hi boston.
Chicago at Washington.
Detroit at Philadelphia.
No Association gamea scheduled.
Jersey City at Wilkeabarre.
Newark at hcranton,
Eaaton at Blnghamton.
Allentown at Elnilra.
THROWN OUT AT FIRST.
Good luck to the Grooms.
W hen will tho new uniforms be worn.
Mains, the new pitcher of the Chicago loam was
knocked out of the box In Philadelphia yesterday.
Sadie" Houck la In Boston. He quit New
Orleans because he could not live on fits per
Hike nines, tho great catcher of 1881, has been
sinned by Boston. He will replace O'ltourke, who
the directors think is too lazy.
("apt. Ewlng Is a kicker, but he Is good naturad
about 1L There Is no point In the game of baseball
that escapes Buck's esg e eye.
Whin tho Plttsbnrgs next visit Boston they will
play Ave games, two at them In one day to make
up for the tie and postponed name.
It looks as though John Morrill wmild be deposed
from the B islnn management. He la not a baseball
general, bat he li every Inch a model baseball
Boston will have a new second baseman by Sat
urday night, and Kinsman will be released. Thoo
Manchester frllows ill I lravr the triumvirs in gnat
style on tnla ahoutder-bound baseman.
Boston will have a new second baseman within
tweutr.four huurs. Hlgvln, of the t-jracne
Stars and of lastyiar's Lowrlls, will probably be
tne man. lie has been relraaed by the Htara to re
duce their large salary list. He la a fine fielder,
good batter and base ruuner. He was the highest
salaried second baseinan In his league. He excels
In sacrifice bitting.
AMATEUR BAbEBALh NOTES.
tjagamore'i Itecord Won, 28; lost, 3.
The Elkwoods defeated the Umpires Bunday by
the score ot 8 too.
Faulkner Page will have to play ball this Satur
day against the crack Uagameres.
laulkner Page will have their best team on the
Held Haturday against Iho Sagamores.
'I he Sagamores play every Saturday at Mott Ha
ven, Ono Hundred und lhlrly-nflb street.
11 Goldberger would like to hear from two bat
teries aud ono fielder. Address 163 llldge street.
The Yonng Oaks wonld like to hear from a good
pitcher, aged sixteen. Address M. Btcln, 304 Sec
Wanted, a good pitcher and six good all-around
players, aged fifteen to seventeen. Call or addresa
tins Jacoby. 304 East Eighty-third street.
The Continentals defeated tho Pioneers by the
batting of Manner and Ilergan, by tho score of 13
to 2. Ilergan made the only two-base hit.
The Barthotdl Baseball Clnb would like to arrange
for gamea with commercial or non-commercial
nines. Address A. J. HUberstclu, CX3 East Eighty,
The standing of the Charles Dexhelmer Juniors
Is won 31; lost 2. Willing to play all players seven
teen to nineteen years of.'age. Adders through
Ev ivIno Wobi d.
1 he G. Dexhelmer Juniors defeated the Clarence
James Juniors, score SO to 1. Any club wishing to
play a game with tho above please address Post
Offlce box 6,167.
1 he Washington and Wallabout markets expect
to play a great game at tho Brooklyn Athletic
Grounds on Aug. 17 or thereabouts. Dickey
lVarce, the shorutoji of tho old Atlintlcs, will
The Eclipse are prepared to receive challenges
from all ciuba between fourteen and fifteen years
of age. The Atlantic. Keystone Juniors, Iteso
intea. Hag Dogs preferred. Addresa Jonn Don.
nelly, a Henry atreet.
The Alert Junlora will play a series or three
with the champion Oorden Juniors for the cham
pionship of the east side, commencing on Honday.
Aug. Ii, at 10. SO i. ii., atSkelly's Atlantic Daae
ballQrounda, Uaspeth, L. I.
The Alerts will play a series of three game, for
150 each game, with the Champion ltlvali.ot York
villa, first game to be played on Sunday, Ang. 13,
at Skellj'a Atlantlu Baseball around, Jlaspeth.L.
L Play tailed ut 3. 80 r. M.
1 he married men will play the tingle men ot
Wtascott'a Express at Monitor Park next Sunday
at 9 o'clock. Eagan and McDowell will do the
catching and bheehan aud Shaw will do tho muff
ing. It. E. Wesacott will umpire.
An Interesting game between the Mount Holly
Club and a picked nine of experts. Soore, 83 to o
In favor ot Mount Holly. Hatters licked, Poy
and Toy; Mount Holly, Wood aud Dennlss. Um
pire, Mr. Gasklll, of New York city.
Tho Brill Bros. ' Baseball Club havo organized
for the balance ot the season for Sunday games
only. All uniformed commercial clues having In
closed grounds send challenges to M. De llarlz,
manager, care Brill Bros,, 45 cortlandt street.
The Charlea Dexhelmer Juniors again defeated
the Andrew Ilorger by the core of 17 to L The
features of the game were the three runs inide by
C. Dexl olmtr aud the two home runs by Nichols,
of theDcxheliuers. Nlcnola, of the Uexhelmeta,
struck out eighteen men.
The Hudsons have organized; tho players arc:
llanlon, c: Myltcre, p. ; Corbut, 1st b. ; Kyane,
21 ti.; S. ltyane, 3J b. ; Harrington, a. t. ; Sulli
van, r. f. ; Burke, c f . ; ltunny. L f. Challenges
all clubs unuer 15. Addresa P. Molloy, Manager,
(MM Henderson street, Jersey City.
At Communlpaw the Wide Awakes defeated the
Muffs. 1 he feature of the game were the home
run ot Kolloff aud the one-hand catoh of O'Brien.
Batterlea-ltlppe aud lllome. of the Wide Awakes,
and William and Waters, ut tho MufTs. Die score-
Wide Awakes 0 0 0 i 0 i I 0 a 7
Muffs 0 100U00J1 4
At Leo Park the v. oung Dude defeated the
Yonng Oaks. The feature ol the name was the bat
ting of the Dudea. llatterlcs-C. ttauer and It,
Lewis, of the uung Oaks, and Murray and
Htepnena, of the Young Dudes. The score:
oung Dudes.. 3 u a t I u o 4 8-1(1
Young Oaks. .1 i 0 0 1 0 (I .' :i 9
Young Oaks Base tilts, 17; errors, a. Yonng
Dudes Base bits, 18; errors, 2.
At Monroe Lots the InAauapolla Juniors de
feated tho New York Juniors. 1 ho features of the
game were the battery work of Mahoney and Hhal
vey, the Orat-baae work of Cavanaite and tho great
work of Caldon on atcond. Batteries Mahoney
andShalvey, of the Indianapolis Juniors; lennaut
and Carbury, of the New lork Juniors, 'the
Indianapolis Juniors.. 113 0 0 0 4 1 l n
New York Juniors . 1 U 0 1 u t u 0 4- 7
At Deborah Nursery, (5 East Broadway, the
Pygmies defeated the fled Stars. '1 he feature of
the game were s. Hatfield's base I'esllug, of the
Bed Stars, and the home-run hit ot Muufred, of
the Pygmies. Batteries s. Goldstein and N. Pol
lack, of the Pygmies, and S. fcugleman and A.
Goldberg, of the lted stars. The score:
Pygmies o o o a i o o a o-s
lted Star 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 V 03
Pygmies Base hits, 4; error, 8. lted Stars
Due hits, 8; errors, A.
At Leo Park the Clinton Juniors defeated the
Clio Junlora. The fettnres of the game were the
battery work of the Clinton Junlora and the bat
ting of Phillips and one-hand catch of Mnllh. Bat
teries McGlynu and Becker, of the Clinton Jun
iors, and Mead and Thompson and Barry and
Meuti, of the Clio Junior. 1 be score:
Clinton Juniors K3030270 0-17
Clio Juniors oo 3101000 I
Clinton Jumora-Baie alts, ii; errors, 3. Clio
Junlora Bate hits, 4; errors, e. Umptro Mr.
" Tho L'vrnlng World " Score Cards.
All amateur ball players desiring to ate The
KvtNIso WOKi.n scoro cards will be supplied with
out charge upon application tn the lui llcatlou
ontco of lui Woklii. Ai'ullcatleu by mall should
be accompanied by a stamp (o coyer postage.
y'iyst.itoi i i i unit ii-ilft
MAWiLli HANGS TO-MORROW.
Thr Trunk .tlurilrrcr'n Lnst Plea, for a.
Iti spile llrnlid by the Governor.
IsrrctAi. to tiiz rvtvisn wosr.n.1
St. Lot is, Aug. 0.- Got. ilorctiouso this i
morning gnn his decision In the application
of tho British Government in tho caso of
Hugh M. Brooks, alias Mnxwell, iho trunk
'Iho (Uivernor writes that ns tho prisoner
had a fair trial nnd took an appeal to tho
highest court in tlio laud, and as, moreover,
no new evidence was adduced in support of
tho plea ot respite ho refuses to iuterforo
further with tho Bentcnco of the fotnt.
Tho in ws of tho Governor's decision was
conveyed to Maxwell at once, and ho was
told that he must proparo to die at daybreak
The llttlo prisoner, who has grown gray
haired nnd pallid in Mb narrow coll, gavo no
sign of emotion, and simply bowed his
thanks to the Sheriff's officer.
His mother camo to tho jail, but he sent
word that ho would prefer not to see her till
later in tho day. The Sisters of Charity are
now with him.
TAMMANI 0T RECOQNIZED.
Commissioner Crokrr Add lo Ills Interview
Fire Commissioner Richard Croker, the
leader of Tammany Hall, has an interview in
the morning papers in which he comments on
Mayor Hewitt's willingness to accept a sec
ond term. Mr. Croker among othor things
" I believe that Mayor Uowitt is anxious to
" Mayor Hewitt wants another terra as
Mat or, but ho wishes it to appear as if tho
office was seeking him and not he the office.
"Tammany Hall will nominate a man who
can bo supported by citizens irrespootivo of
part), fat tious or organizations.
"I will mention no names, but will say
that wo will nominate a tirst-class candidato.
" 1 do not w inh to criticizo Mai or Hewitt's
actions or his motive, I think, however,
ho mado a mistako in appoint
ing ex. .Senator James Only as a
Commissioner of Accounts. Mr. Daly
is a lend) r of the County Democracy, and his
official duMcs roquiro him to examine tho
hooks of departments managed by County
Democracy Commissioners. A Commissioner
of Accounts should not ho on active political
To-day Commissioner Croker said to nn
Ev fninci Woiili) roportor " The interviews
with mo which tiro published in tho
mi rmug papers aro in (he main cor
rect. I will add, however, that I
do not think Tammany Hall has
received proper recognition from Mayor
Hewitt. Wo doelded to nominate Mayor
Hewitt two years ago. Ho did not know of
our intentions until wo tendored him the
honor and wo asked no pledgos.
" Since ho has boen in office wo have never
made any demands. I belicvo I am tho only
Tammany Hall man ho has appointed to
office nud my npnointment was an extension
of a term of office It is trtio that Tam
many Hall has presented Mayor Hewitt with
a list of namos to select appointees from. We
aro not ashamed of any list wo over sent to
him nnd aro willing to havo tho names of the
ottiens we recommended published. Wo have
furnished him with a great many augols, bnt
ho has refused to recognizo anv thing angelic
about them. In my opinion he thinks moro
of County nomocracy angola than ho docs of
Tammany Hall angels."
CALVIN WETMORE A LUNATIC.
Taken From Ilia Luxurious Home lo Delle
vne nnd Thence lo Ward's Ialnnd.
Calvin M. Wctmoro, son of David Wot
more, who has several times boen committed
to Bellovne Hospital for insanity, was again
taken to that institution from his homo, 119
Lexington avemu. jesterday suffering from
1 he physicians who examined him at tho
hospital pronouncod him insane, and he was
sent to tlio Insane Asylum on Ward's Island
Wetmoro Is siuglo. He resided with his
parents, w ho aro reputed to bo wealthy.
WELLS COLLEGE IN ASHES.
.tin. rlevelnnd'a Alma Mater nt Aurora
llurnrd This .Morning.
Uncut TO THE ZVXXIXO WORLD. I
AnitoitA, N. Y. Aug. 9. Wolls College,
whoro Frances Folsom Cleveland received
hor education, is in ashes. It is believed that
tho flames startod in the kitchen.
The main building is a total loss, and Mor
gan Hall and tho laundry woro only saved by
great effort. Loss $200,000, insured for
Dinner of thr XX Howling Club.
The annual dinner of the XX Howling Club will
take place on Tuesday at Douuolly's Boulevard
Grove, College point, I. I.
The ofneera of the club are: Frank Patterson,
President; Wm. Flaeinan, Vice-President; Henry
Bayard, 'treasurer; A. I. Acker, Secretary, and
Phil ubller, Sereeant-at-Arms Frank Pagan,
tho popular manager of W llliam KUemsn'a billiard
and bowling rooms, will attend to the wants of tho
The Trnve an Oceiin Greyhound, too.
A cable desjatch to Oelrlcbs .t Co. says the
Bleamshlplrave, which left this port Aug. I, ar
rived at Southampton at 10 o'clock yesterday
Her time from Sandy Hook to the Needle was
lint seven daya two hours, equal to alx day seven
hours to (ueenstoMD.
Ntrniner and Schooner Collide tn Iho Fog.
(srrcuL to the xvrNiiu woii.d.1
Fohtlanp, Me,, Aug. 9. -Steamer Eloanora,
Portland for New York, ran Into the schooner
Portland la.it night In thu fog off Boon Island, Me.
hchooner waa almost cut In twain.
The crew were with difficulty taken aboard the
New York Markets.
Wheat. Docemher wheat opened 3 point be
low last ulgttt's closing quotations, at 91V.C Sub
sequently me quotatlou declined to V4u. , bnt Just
before noou advanced to Ul'.c Other months
opened weaker, as followa: Aug.,3i,o.; Sept.,
KXC, Oak, 3c. ; May, 9ti4o. Market about
cotton. Market opened Arm at 1 point de
cline, as follows- Aug., 11.13; Sept., 9.71; Oct.,
.M; Nov., .5i: Dec, .3n; Jan., WS7; 1-ec,,
.c3; Marco, 9.13; April, 11.80; May, tkbH; June,
lorrKE, Market opened at unchanged prices.
Aug, ltf.; Sept., lo.noj Oct., Nov. and Dec,
a 111; jau., v.73; Feb., 9. Hi); March, v.83;
April, May and June. 9.90; June and July, 9.93.
Market steadr. Hamburg Arm. Havre quiet.
Petroi eum. Pipe-Line certificate opened at 3
points adiance at 'Kc and went tobBXa. soon
afterwards. Market waa dull, and be for o noon
tho quotation ha 1 declined tn t)T'c
i c illon Hale of Oullug Clothing.
Sbos, lulls ho, caps, shirts, blszsrtl, Ac, 33 pee
cent, Itou uuksd priest. braXDWa'. il B'waj, V
, . a -t -. -) ,lH liK-
FIVE WOMEN DROWNED. 1
Looked in the Cabin of a Oapsizod J9
Their Cries Heard, but No Holp :Jfl
Could Reach Them. 'IB
THE CAPTAIN AND CREW SAVED. '!
flnCliL TO THK EVEMIXa WOSUB, TiSal
Oamdiw, N. J,, Ang, 9 The aloap yacht &H
Copo, with a party of flvo women on board, H
capsized off Fenu's Grove about fiftoen
miles down tho Delaware, last night, ifl
The ladies wero looked in the cabin and all i!
were drowned, H
Capt. Elijah Wheaton and a crew of tiro jJiiH
men clung to the shrouds of the boat and vfl
heard the agonized cries and frantio efforts :FH
of the women to break from their prison, "v'twB
but were poworlcsi to put forth a hand to H
aid them. Particulars of the terrible acci- ',VaH
dent are meagre. irtH
ANOTHER ACCOtTHT. 'la!
Salem, Aug, 9. An awful accident oo- 'iaH
curred last night during a sndden thunder aH
shower at I'cnnsvillo, on tho Delaware Elver, .jH
a few miles from here. A company of flvo vH
ladies woro in a boat enjoying a saiL They Sflfl
wero accompanied by two men.
Suddonly a severe storm came up and a H
squall of wind struck the sailboat and over. t vjflfl
turned it. The entire party was thrown into ' y9
tho water. All flvo of tho women were f9l
Thoy belonged to tho first families of Penn- fl
sylvania. Tho two men aro believed to havo t
escaped, although thoy havo not yet re turned. T
The boat has not yet bcon found, and it is be- iH
lievod that tho mon aro on it. !H
Fishermen ore dragging the river for the) 191
bodies of the women. ifl
SHERIDAN'S FUNERAL TRAIN. Wim
It Reaches .New York Karlr Till Olorulnjr J&fl
nnd Roll Hlovrlr On lo Washington. afl
den. Sheridan's funeral train from Non- H
quitt arrived at tho Harlem Iiiver Station at 5 UI
o'clock this morning. It came through Wtt
from Walpolo, Mass., by way of the Nevr $fH
York and New England road, attached to tho Itpfl
regular Washington express train leaving nfl
Boston nt 7 p. v. Conductor Charles It. VSfH
Russell, of the Old Colony road, was in Wdm
In a private car were Mrs. Sheridan. CoL 3Sil
Michael Y. Sheridan and Sisters Justinian i&Tl
and Urban, of Don Seeojurs. Lieut. An- MAM
derton and McMahon, with four artillery- WMll
men, three sergeants and five corporals. J&asa
f ormod the guard, and two men wero on duty wll
by the side of the casket continually. i$9D
The trip from New Bedford was unovent- xl&M
ful, except for the large crowds found at the -?f tH
stations along the 'line. Taunton, Willi- fli
mantle. Hartford, Meriden and Nevr Haven Wmu
all turned out in force. G. A. B. posts were Umm
drawn up in line at almost every station, and iMm
the approach and departure of the train wore YtMW
accompanied by the tolling of bells. JHI
The casket containing the dead hero, with
his chapeau, sword, sash and belt resting on ifU
the lid. was eagerly scrutinized by the ?JS
crowds along the Tine through the open door "vwHI
of the death-chamber. jivl
The funeral train is not oxpected to reach gaH
Washington before 3.30 p. m. Mrs. Sheridan "iJM
is anxious to kill time and has no objection nH
to the slow rate of speed maintained. haW
On arriving at tho capital tho Sheridan JaH
party will go at once to the General's old
Washington home. The remains wiU bo :
taken to St. Matthew's Ohurch. Sj. J
Marlborough Haa Ihe Knot Tied Again. M
London, Aug. 9. The Duke and Duchess sj
of Marlborough (Mrs. Hnmersley) Tisited '5 j
tho London Registrar on July 27, and an- & S
other marrmgo ccromony was performed. J
Tho publio announcement was mado to-day. f&
m tm 'A I
A Hasina Fire at Litchfield. Sg V
SPECIAL TO TBI EVETCIO WOBXD. JjS
LircnriELD, conn., Aug. 0. At an early horn vS: J
this morning nre broke oat In the Western Union g
Telegraph ofllee. There was a very stuT wind 31 i
blowing and the fire spread npldly and Is ittl) HI
raging at tbla writing, 8 o'clook. J&il
Tne new Court-House, which was almost eom- jm
pleied, Is fast being consumed. The bucket brt- a, .
gade t the only means of extinguishing flro in tho Ofr
Flro Next to the Caledonia Clnb. jukflj
Fire broke out at 7. IB this morning-In Charles 'VflA
M. Btown" apartmenU on the top floor ol the ave- r i
story house, IS Horatio atreet. III
The damage to furnlturo amounted to 1300 and J
to the building $S00. jMUit
The Caledonia club-houie next door was thought JW
to be in danger, but was only allghlly damaged by MJ
water. The cause la unknown. mt'r
- - tsT '
What a Congressman' Frank Covered. '?
IsrxcuL to Txa wosld.1 iM U
ruiiADSiriiiA, Ang. B.-D. T. UeCool recetve jl 1
au envelope marked "PubUoDocument,Ac.,FTe. Jj j
j. M. Allen, M. c." lnldo were two patent media , wt h
cine circulars. No ilmllar envelopes have been ' m,
delivered in tbU city and It Is thought the envelope y
fell into the hands of some thoughtless person. T. V
Mr. O arret t About tho Sam. K j
Mr. llobert Garrett slept several hoars lutnlgat, h
but there I no notable change In bis oondlUoa. f, f.
His family hope to get him to the seaside by to. 4 p
morrow. The doctor speak hopefuUj of tils re. i
Tho Weather To-Day. k
Indicated by Ulakely's tele-tsennometeri I
188. 1SU7.I IBM, lyl if
3A.V es ,a.u n It t 5
tl. II.".,,..,. 16 6J IllM ,. M ti J
Ataius for pass swantvlear boors. SO 0-9 San. H u
Atuui gf eorrMooodla lime Urt . J J aVSoe- 4 j
' . a!
Huby Hoyal 8ee,, J k
the exquisite dry red champsgn, 8oldTsryahr, , 7 V