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I TnE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST J), 1888. . 3
I- MERRY PLEASURE SEEKERS.
ANOTHER EVENING OP JOLLITY IN THE
Aflrrnt Time nt the Hummer-MUlii' Fell,
vol of llir Cominlllce on Ilitrllcctunl AiU
vnncr mrnt nt" lllatrlct I.diIro No. 1, I. O.
I', f. ol I. The Nrw York Iti-rnll IJro
cern' Union Ilnve nil Knjoynblo Time Too.
Sulzcr's Horlctn ltivor Tark nnd Casino
1 wero crowded Inst night with ns merry a
party ns o or assonibled thcro. Tho occasion
was tho annual nicuic, concert and summer.
night'B fistlvol hold under tho auspices of tho
Committee on Intellectual Advancement of
District Urnud LoiIro No. 1, Independent
Order of I'rco Sons of Israel. In tho early
part of tho ovening an impromptu
gtngo as crocted in tho dancing pavll. I
ion and lhcro tho musical entertainment
took plnco. Tho opening; address was rhou
SI. S. Ilosenwcip;. Next followed n piano
solo by Miss Mollio Frniikuu. Then thero
wag a solo by Miss Lena Luckstono.a humor,
ous recitation by Addio U. Hall, n violin solo
I by Alfred C. Lownndo and n xylophono solo
71 by Emanuol l'orp;nmont. Next on tho pro
4 jHk cramo was a cornet solo by Hudolph Hcin.
fm The entertainment concluded with an ail
'UK, dross by District Grand Master G. L. Locvr
Tho platform was cleared nftcr the enter
tainment and dancing was commenced. Tho
l'loor Manager was Isaac Engcl, and ho with
his pretty wifo led tho march. Morris &
Kerviindo's orchestra plajed pretty musio
while tho following, who are only a fow of
thoso who were present, danced :
Mr. and Mrs. .Morltz Morn. .Mr. and Mrs. II. New.
trmu, .Mr. anil Mrs. M. AiiMonr, Mr. and Mrs. I.
ltothenbcrg, Mr. and Mrs. A. l.siustailter, 11.
Jscoh, Annio Zuliiler, 11. Hindi, Carrie Mltnone,
Mr. auUMis. A. Morn, Mr. and Mr. A. Zeleuka,
Mr. iiml Mrs. M. Berliner, Mr. and .Mrs. 11. C.
ItoseuwilB, Mr. ami Mrs. J. lirsniit, Mr.anil Aln.
JuBejih Ailier. Mr. and Mrs. II. Goldberg, Hot. M.
I Krauskoiif, Mr. and -Mm. I). Marcus, Mr. and
I; Mis. S. Ittcktiur.'z. Mr. and .Mr. J. Mayer, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Toff, J. 1'uw. llemm Kuld,
.Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Augermnu, Mr. anil Mrs. I. II.
Goldsmltn, Mr. and .Mr h. M. Klmmelstcal, Mr. and
Mrs. 1L M. Zilden, Mr. and Mrs. J. hVuieuberg,
Mr. and Mrt. . Arndt, Mr. and .Mm. ti.lltckulcu,
Mr. and Mrs. U Wocirler, Dr. and Mrs. II. (er
toul, Mr. ami .Mrs. 11. .1. (Joldmultb, Mr. nud Ur.
II. W. Krallel, Mr, and Mm. Julim Harburger, A.
banders, ot llrookljn: Utissle Handera, Julius
Anthony, Anulo Atfler, Esther Adler, llatne
Adler, Mr. and Mrs. Jcphp, Hose Jcphe, tinma
Jepnf, Quisle SUmpe, l.ddle l.svy, Mr. and Mrs.
II. loot., Horcnce Cook, II. Burger, Jo.epnlue
Fleeker, Mr. and Mrs. Charles !-. Sieluer, Mr. and
Mrs. L Kali ii, Adam Kami, .Minnie K.ilin, harati
I Kalin, entries Kalm. I. Wolfenattiu, Carrie
Wolteusteln, Mr. nud Mrs. Il.I.ltclicuateln, Jenuio
Lltclientctii, Mr. unl Mrs Mejer Levi, K. Lerl,
Mr. and Mrs. I.lllleustern, Clara lloaa, llturktia
,1 LllliciiBtcrn, ollcxai; Mr. andMrs..lulliij Mijcr,
V Mr. and Mra. Issue Mmuu, Fanule Simon, Nullo
S blraon. Miss Trances Sililem. Mr. and Mrs. l'hill.
A Insteiii, Mrs. Lewis, Hose Jahlcln, Saraa ennn,
IX Ousfclo laulicr, liay Levi, A. illrscti, Iluttlu
V llimch. Wl.llam KrleJ, Nellie Kugleton, M. Dab.
' ()usle Weller, 1'lora Ilab, .Mr. aud Mm. Fred
tlutter, Mr. and Mm. Joseph ottenrcllter, taruh
II llalpine, Leah Ualplne, Mr. and Mrs. llalpine,
J.ll.ii Low cr, Iraau KaUi, A. Hulter, Car-
ileSalz, Mrs. William Herger, 'Iheodure Mojtr,
llarbara Mevcr, ltoso Levy, Carrie Monash, Flora
Mimash, Frcdonla Baulmun, J. llcrg, Mr. and
Mrs. Uonasti, Mr. and Mrs. I'. I.owentnal, Harah
Flerstcin, llcrtlia Uregirlus, Louis Morganiuln,
Clara -Mocs, Henry Magnus, Ilattlc Grt-gnrlns, 1).
b. Weber, Mr. ami Mrs. A. Kotm, Miss Kohn, Mr.
and Mrs. M. ll)Ulnl,Gusslc ltoijimon, Mr. aud Mrs.
biimuel Knolpn, May Lltchennleln, Annie Uscey,
Mxx Meyer, Jennie Lltatieustelu, Mr. W'olfen.
neln, Carrie Wollensteln, Clarabella Fplngarn,
Hnl SDlngarn, Grace Drnoker, Esleile Hpinrarn,
llirdle fcplniruru, battle Uoalant, Mr. and Mrs.
I'lzer,;J. Hzer, Clara Folda, Jacob Folds, Samuel
J. Felber, N. l.owcnstein, I. I'. Jarecky, Morris
n Jacobs, Henrietta Goldstein, Samuel Uiucr, Max
im Cuno, LouU OoliUtnlth, Ira Felber, Annie Morris,
1 L. Michael', Saniial Morris Sarah Michaels, .Mor
'J rls Hlrrcli, Koble Haas, II. Abrams, Max .Mejer,
H During tho ovoning the park was visited by
U Judge i:hrlich, Judgo hteckler. Coroner
Ley, Judgo McAdam nud Mr. S. K. Cox.
'fl NEW YOIIK I1ETAIL OnoCEIIh' UNION.
'B Washington 1'ork was filled to its utmost
H capneily last evening with tho members of
,H the New York ltetnil Grocers' Union and
,M their numerous friouds. Not only was Now
'fl York's grocers there, but alBo thoso of
Brooklyn, n committeo of whom enmo with
their wnes and families. A most enjoyable
U timowashad. During tho afternoon thero
.U -iis shooting and bowling in tho park and a
9 wrapping conlost was also held.
IV In the eveninu thoro was dancing, nud
Lfl Trof, Lederhaus's orchestra was kept very
jH busy. Among the manv who followed Floor
jjE Mansgcr W. II. Stemkamp nnd his prcttv
JMJi partner in tho march tho following few
iOv wcro noticed :
vm C. Kvers, Ualtie Hllshorns, Annie Lasaer, Mr. and
19 Mrs. II. Cordes.Mr.audMra. DunkaV, Husihincyer
H brothers, Mr. and Mm. II. Halinefeld, Marie Shulr,
J. r. llremer.Mr. aud Mrs. John Otten, llcniy Nevar,
Henry llasa, I.ouls Sandhoescn, u. (.rlnii, Fred
H Wnte, Mr. and Mrs. II. Prlgge, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
H I'rlgire, W'm. Cordes, Hermau Albers, Mr, aod Mrs.
(J Gio. Oldennuttle, Louis Uldenbuttle, J. F. Ililde-
!M branilt, Fred Wrrde, Henry Ilusehe. llermnn Kit.
J tenbnsch, Mr. aud Mra. Hi nry I.tcken, hoi Huge,
M I'clla ochrocder, William Zlndir, Eimua
M lloflmeister, John Hhlerenbeck, George
IflD hchwartz, Mr. and Mrs. I). Oetjen, Annie
KB Octjon, Ida Iloentgen, Mrs. Boentgen, J. II. bchus.
R ler, Jr., Lizzie Walsh, Mary Mlller.Mrs. Walsh, Mr.
iCl and Mrs. 11. F. C. lUhe, John Itraukhurst, Lizzie
) llrunkdurst, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Oyge. Conrad Weiss,
i Charles l'oatal, Annie Gonjea. A. c. Kathlaw, Lizzie
' Frledncn, Jonn KorbecS, Lena Weber, Mr. and
W Mrs. Koenlg, W'm. Glenatedt. Mary drafkin, Mr.
m and Mrs. Henry Wkns.'dt, Ernest Mcman.Mr.and
' Jlr'- Kahl, Wm. Von Elm, Liana Klctler, Anna
V lleekmaun, Gna F. Groth, Katie Hurrmann, Henry
M llredem, Katie Harfel, Chris l'urrmann, Chris
llotrhorcV, Tdile Hohrhorctt, Adam Honrnorck,
Ll Matthew Meyer, II. ItnaLhmeyer, John Aarons,
. H II. KHPi John F. IMohni, 11 c. Hewitt, C. W.
M Frleling, Mr. and Mra. II. Mlddendorf, Mr. and
m Mra. 11. I- Drorer, Mr and Mrs. Ij. II. Hnuit, Mr.
snd Mrs. I). Von Bremen, Mr. and Mrs. C.
M Iletirene, II. Decker. II. Eggers, John Aufe.
Vm nanger, D. llrlnkmann, A. Iden, c. c Cramer, Mr.
and Mm. Martin Itust, John Kvler, John N.
l!M Iluek, Mr. and Mrs. Corden, J. P. Lnhmann, J.I).
rB l.uhmann, John Ha'nhorat, Hy. HalnhorBt, Chas.
M Ohinaledt.Mr. and Mra. Tnco, Wesails,II. Kosier,
11. harsten, J. N. F. Bullinkel, F. II. Bremer.
II. uiachoir, M. Carroll, J. Carroll, Carrie Ems, II.
H 2!u,,,. V. J' ca'lannn. Fred Meyer. H. A. Dunkak,
Bm H" X- 'taPP:. ! !' Scbuaaltr, Jr., II. J.Unnkar,
,JK DltANCIt 228, c. k. or A.
( Tho socnth nnnual aftornoon and ovoning
festnal of Ilrnnch 228, Catholic KnightB ol
America, was held josterdav ut the Empire
9 tlty , pi"s,-cum. Largo numbers of the
,m parishioners of St. Agnes Church, to nhieh
)j t,, ,)rnnc" I elongs, were in attendance, nnd
III nil e-ujoyodtheinsehes hugely. As usual, the
fm pretty girls were m tho ninjontv.
til u1 rofl ,Fo,lix, s McAuliflo, wlio furnished I
if fl , ,IUUS!, ""'' urrnnged a programme, in.
WM eluding tho most popular and taking dunce1
am niusio, to which tho merry party danced all
J Iho mnrch was led by Tloor Manager
11 BAISING THE WIND.
ill Qt lLi IIAT n loliRhtful '
m MMw calm!" I remarked to I
ML. CaSjI W D,y COI"lmilioui Col. I
vm VNtA Evans, ns ho and I '
! A woro "'""K ou horso.
M TJ iJ'm!' ,mekalou8theWnshito
! ihiiK V)""- lliTt,r' in Lo'iismna,
1 1 5 E5T " ouo afternoon last I
'k ty'AMf "PUB- "The nlr !
1 '2)'ivi$ '&$ vr- Bcems porfectly at '
J tfX,V ' v rc6t. !
yB " The calm is just wha't I don't like," re. I
HI allied the Colonel, " as I was thinkms thnt
mm everything looks nnd appears just as I saw it
MM a year ago, when ouo ot trie most devastating
F tornadoes ever known wont w altzing through
Wmk this section of tho Stato."
JKA " NVhot sort of look or appearauco is that ?"
K " Til be shot if I can tell," he laughed,
MM " but when ouce seen it is sure to be remem-
Edward C. Itoche, who was accompauicd by
pretty Kate Uohen. He was ably assisted by
Francis F. Holulian, who, with bis wife, lod
tho second march. Among the many who
woro present were i
Mr. and Mrs. Win. J. Cltary, Mr. and Mrs. 1L
W. Martin, Mr. and Mrs, Jainca 1). Dtlanr, Mr.
and Mra. L UrllTen, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Morris,
Mr. and Mrs. J. U. LatnDieaux, Mr and Mrs. Kd
Kennedy, James 1'. .Mil.ornmck. Mis Jone. Mr.
aud Mrs. Ed J. Farrell, Mr. aud Mrs. Wm. Kogarly,
Mr. and Mn. Ed llreen, Mils llreen, Mr. and Mrs.
James P. McKeon, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Flantia.
Ban, Mr. aud Mm. Jaiuca lobin, Wm. 11. Hadncr.
Ella Hugnes, Wm. Butler, Nellie Magulrc,
Joseph F. Oriniti, Mlfs unnin, Mr. ami
Mra. James Ktlsalloc. Mr. and Mrs. '1 nomas
Morrla, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 11. Murphr, Patrick
Doody, Missllood, Mr. and Mra. Bernard Feener,
-Sir. and Mra. J. J. turran. Charles O'Kcclc, Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. Desmond, John Ktrby, Mary Fltz
Blmon, Kd Clear, Mory Cleary, M .and Mm.Ueo.
J. Curran, Al Wolf, Tlllle Ziula, J. C Jnliuston,
Mln HtTiinlJs, Kdnard Keynolils, Silas I'nlllliis,
lied nimid l'nillls,1 erence llarrin jton. May Nelson,
I'atrlck MeGulnness, ltlier Conway, Mr. and Mrs,
Mierldau, Joseph Wclndell, John Havlln, Mary Kelly
Mr. aud Mm. ltluhard Carroll. MomeaNallr, Mr.
and .Mrs. J.F.tlrlflln.Mr.and Mm.Jauics 1'. Ftcr,
John lloyt, Mies F. H rgrrsld, D.J, 1 jnan, Anole
Kennedy, Thomas 1'lunkett, Nellie Spencnr, Levi
Brown, Jllas McAIII'ter, Jos. (littlln, Emma Tlernsy,
Chatlis Wapp. Mamie Grlnlu, Thomas 'llnney,
Mamie Wslsu.John lleruey, Annie Grinin, Josiph
layanagli. May Cassldy, William Tiernny,
Kittle Grimn, Mattlu Gsgen, l.lzte DeMIn,
T. McAuliff, Nellie Murray, Terence Orimn, Mary
O'Brien, IMward Haghes, Hose Nulhern, Llzrie
Gertrude McCne, John Illlkey, Annie J. Bliea,
Patrick J. Derrick, Annie Naily, Anulo Livelle,
Mamie iisvelle, MltB Joslc ArtaIa, Willie lllckej,
Maggie Hayes. John Murnro.SUtia Shea, Janus Mo
ran, Katie Moran, Florence Uoldlng. Martin Ames,
Mamie 'levlln, Mary L. Kane, John Burke, Ella
Kane, Win. C.nrtnau, Mary McCue, Chan. Selinstj,
Mary Derrick", Michael Boyle, .Mr. and Mra. Mhea,
Chas. Hallonin, Mamie Murlarty, Davo Magner,
Hi-rah Kerrigan, Minnie ttnbel, Geo. Turtle. Mr.
and Mis. John 11. Bicrldan, Geo, llunken, Nelllo
Hyan, May Cleary, W'm. Burke, John D. Kelly,
Daniel Fallon. Annie Finn, Lizzie llaCB. Archi
bald Torklngton, Lizzie Dully, Wm. F. Hanloy,
John J. Cuming', Ella Nellaon, D. Logan,
Colla I'ogarty, Patrick illhba, Ella K. Gluing,
John J. Cronln. James Hulllrati, Jennie Dwyer,
Mamie McCormack. Fred ltjran, W'm. Ilank, Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Morris Mr. and Mrs. Frauk Mnl
vaney, Mr. and Mrs. Justin King, Mr. und Mrs.
John Fttzpatrlck, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Farrell, Nellie
Horn, Jonn Sc.hr.U7lo, Mary Scinttzle, Eugen
ltnbtdns, P. Cavans2h, Maggie Gallagher, 1'etc
Hopesi, Ed Stcgmaii, Mlos O'Neill, John O'Neill,
Charles Kane, Maggie Gordon.
SUNDAY LETTER DELIVERY.
Experience of C'nnsrrs-inian Cox In Gettlnir
n Pnrknsr From Wnalilngton.
irrriAL to the world. I
WASttiMiTOv, Auc 9. A abort time ago Con
grtssraan Cnx left Washington for New York,
alter Instructing h's secretary to forward to him
some Important documents which he wished to
nae during his stay In that city. 'Iheso his secre
tary did not r-nccccd In obtaining until Saturday
afternoon, when ho mailed them to Mr. Cox with
a special delivery stamp to Insure their prompt
delivery. Mr. Cox walled Impatient!) to receive
the document", but was obliged to return to Wash
ington bunduy night without uttendlng to the
business to which they related. The p.ul.age wai
Anally returned to Mm In this cltr.
Upon Inquiry Mr. Cox learned that Postmaster
Pearson was not In tho habit ot delivering letters
bearing (pedal delivery Humps on Mundty. In
Washington, Mr. Cox has been able to securo tho
delivery of these letters on bunday und cannot un
derstand why the same rnle should not be obt-crved
In a big city like New York. Ilieic Is nothing In
the law relating to special dellvtry which makes
any difference between bunda) and week days.
1 he Postmaster-Oeneral has not lasucd any order to
make the prai.ilte uniform, and Mr.Ptarsou appears
to have taken advantage of the absence of any
sirlngent rule to suspend the special service ou
She Ilent Illm NulinmllK-.
Mlas Mamie Becdecker, a plenty young brunette,
of this city, who ts spending her vacation nltb the
family of her cousin, AOolph coeulng, on Taylor
street, West New Brighton, Is an expert swimmer.
Soon after her arrival she made the acquaintance of
W. W. Warhurton, an all-round youug athlete,
rho also resides on Taylor street, a few doors
above the Cocnlng rcildenct. He al.o prides him
self on his ability as a swimmer. Miss beedeckcr
Lballenged him to a Iricudly swimming match, and
one was arranged for last Monday over
a one-mile course on tho Kills. A number
of lrlemls ut the contestants wero
Invited, aud the erandas of tne bath were
thronged with ladles and gentlemen. A float was
Anchored at cither md of the course. At precisely
In. 3 J o'clock Miss Seedecker appeared in a neat
suit of blue. Her opponent was nlmllarly attired.
Both look up positions on the lower float, and at
the word "Gol" botn dived. Mlns Seedecker waa
the flrst to reappear. Sue had gained a slight lead,
whloti she ontlniii-d to Increase until the end,
Untitling in 15 minutes amid loud cheers. War
burton dtd not finish until several seconds later.
The second heat took place at noon yesterday over
the same course, the young lady again defeating
her mole opponent.
Inn Nenrnea Made n Ilrenk for Hint.
ItpiciiL to tiie wom.n. 1
Louisville, Aug. 9. ConrnleraUe excitement
exists at Danville over the attempted lynching of
Harrison hheloy, a negro, who forsook his paity,
the Republlcani. After the polls closed last even
lug Harrison filled up on whiskey, went down to
the negro quarters and at once gathered a crowd
around him and boasted that he had gone back on
bis party. 'I he negroes made a broak for him,
yelling "Hang htm to a lamp-post." Harrison
ran down tho street and took refuge in the house
of a friend, while the police dlspirsed the crowd.
Harrison has kept closely Indoors since the occur
rence, as the negroes still threaten violence.
No Iden of Conaulllng Mr. nlulne.
IsrErui. TO Till. WORLD.!
WismsnTOy, A"B. 9. a statement appeared
this morning In a local paper, and has since been
widely telegraphed from here, that Senators Alli
son, Illacock and Aldrlch contemplate going to
New York to submit the Senate Tariff bill to
Mr. Blaine. The story was promptly Drsnded as
a canard by all the Senators mentioned. They state
emphatically that the Idea of consulting Mr. Blaine
has never been thought of. 'Ihe members of the
hub-Mnance Committee feel amply able to handle
the tariff question.
I.nssoed nnd C'liokeil to Drntli In a Mine.
ISI'ZCIAL TO THE WORLD.)
Wilxesbarbb, Pa., Aug. 9. Harry Watklns, a
miner, forty years of age, was at the foot of Slope
No, 1 In the Avondale mlno last night when a trip
of cars descended. He loosened the rope while the
cam were rnnnlngat a rapid rate. The loop thus
unfastened caught him around the neck and choked
htm to death betore his tellow-woikmen became
aware ut what had happened. Ilia wife and end
dren are on their way from England to live with
The Avondale mine Is the one In which 108 men
and liojs wero suffocated on the !Ud of September,
Krrly (,'nnenli lo Uiibo-nm Illmaeli".
ISrrCIAI. lO THE WORLD.
PniLjiDrLriiiA, Aug. 9. The attorneys for the
Keely Motor Company have filed an amended bill
lu equity setting lortti that the Inventor now
aurees to Impart to the officer of too court all the
Intoruiuil u that he himself Is In possession of as
to the construction, principle, manipulation and
i opeiatlon of hi Invention, and also further agrees
Hint W'lilain llocki-i shall io n.nied as theonicet
of tne court to receive tne Inlormatlin.
bored all your life. Tho ntmosphcre appeals
to be clear nnd at rest, nud merythlng, as wo
bee now, in of the, most charming diameter,
nnd yet (certainly in my enso) thero is n sub.
tie uneusincss in tho nir. I don't feel that
perfect rest and security which I ought to
ltel, and tho batua may bo noticed with tho
Just then ho pointed to a Hock of birds,
which wire Hying at a great ultitudc. nnd
which, I must admit, bohnu'd in a curious
wuy, darting in nud out, and circling about
each otlier in such a fasliiou that they would
have caused remark from uny ono.
Then there wero somo cattlo crii7iug nrtnr
by, which tlnow up their beads unci kopt
moving from plnco to plucc, as though ill at
I had heaidnf that dead, oppressive calm
whioh frequently marks the birth ot the cy.
clone upon tho ocean and the quiet which
often precedes tho coming of the kIiuooii over
tho des-rt. and it now began to look ns if I
were to experience1 something of the kind.
There were clmidB in Ihe sky, but none ns.
Runiod u threatening charaoter nntii about
half an hour after our conversation opened,
when tho Colonel called my uttentiou ton
THE SAME OLD EXCUSES.
TOOTHACHE AND BORE FEET FREQUENT
A8 EVER AT TOLIOE TRIALS.
Commissioner Mnf.rnn Itrnrn Evidence an
ii Hie Ilntcli of Complnliils llflterr (Mil
Went Into n I.lquor Snlnnn lo Hhvo Tito
Teeth I'ullril srrurmil MiicOormld In a
Tlxht 1'lx llnnrmnii .llrNnllv'a Feea.
Commissioner Mol.cnn prcsitlpd over tho
polico trials yesterday, nnd began at 0
o'clock sharp. Ho discarded all oxlrnneous
and irrelevant matter, nnd drovo matters nt n
2. 10 rato.
Daniel II. Drlscoll, of tho Sovonth, was
caught by Houudsmnu Schuyler West off
po-tt. Ho had a enso of dysentery tho old,
old excuse when not found nttoudiug to
James A. Black had a similar excuse for ten
minutes' absence, but when ltounilsinnu
Crttlso nskod him whero ho had bcou, ho
claimed to have been on post, Hu did not
think at tho time, ho told Mr. McLean, to
snv whero ho had bcou. It will cost him
about two diiva.
Patrolman Butlor, of tho Tonth, was nurs
ing on ingrowing nail ou his foot ami failed
to toll the roundsman of it, or to havo his
Herman Schlotmann sat down on n stoop
in IUviugton street, ho claimed, to adjust a
rebellious shoestring, nnd unfortunately
was caught by tho roundsmnn.
Geo. M. Host and Hudolph lilunchott, of
tho Klocnth Precinct, foiled to reach their
rolioMiig point nud were absent hum post on
Kivington street. A dead horso attracted
tho nttontiou nnd roiihed tho curiosity of
these, mini and they felt disposed to assist m
tho romool of tho equino curease.
Actno Koundsnion .lolm A. Smith timed
Policeman Snxo, of tho Fourteenth, for thirty
minutes whilo ho was absent in Turn Hall
to ntteud to an attack of colic possibly
Policeman Charles Shaw, suffering from
heat unit ennui, took off his hot and res'pd
himself on a letter-box ot Fifteenth strout nnd
Pntroluion Patrick M. llradlev coinorsid
for fecnlccn minutes with Mrs.. 1'ranris
rietchor, of 810 I ot.t Twenty-Htcond streot,
who complained to him that bur husband,
from whom sho was (.coking n divorce, nn
noyed her, nnd sho nsked what to do. Ho
advised her to go to court and get a warrant.
Sirs. Fletcher, after being compelled to
remove, a tightly fitting kid gloo before she
was sworn, corroborated tho atorv told by
Ilrndlov, nnd it sned him from n lino.
Patrolman George Schult, of tho Twenty.
first Precinct, was peeping in tho window of
a liquor storo nud off his post when Kounds
nion IH'ews enmo nlong. aud Ins eetiso of
waking n man to no to work was knocked
into liiuders by tho roundsman, who proed
thnt ho was lmuiiL' a uieo liltlo chat.
Policeman James J. Sullhnn, of tho Twcn-tv-fimt,
was up. Poundsniau t'olTcy oatchtng
lnm trving to reach the Btotion.houso with
out wn'iling lor tho foimoltty of stopping at
bis relieving point.
Patrolman Jeremiah J. Sullivan was again
ou hand, this time for being absent for nearly
two hours 'J he cliurgo this tnno was failing
to appear on day Mt for his trial for iutoxiea.
tiou. Ho monriept hiiusolf on an elevated
car, he said.
Patrolman James B. .Tones, of tho Twenty
third Precinct, sat down on o fruit stand,
said Itoundsmnn Hccrnstciu. " I wns not
sitting exactly, but loaning oer," wns tno
Policeman FJovd T. Gill, who rat down in
tho back room of n liquor saloon and claimed
to bo Mtffering from an ulcerated tooth. Ho
had two teeth drawn. A necoud ehaigo was
nbsenco without leno for a day. when no re
ported bick by older of Surgeon John II.
Msbitt. Tho Surgeon, on tho contrary do
clarod thnt ho sont him to perform dutv.
Francis 51. I)o lo, of tho Tw enty.sixlh, w ns
token suddenly ill. and went in n barroom to
get a drink of medicine. Ho didn't consult a
surgoon, and muBt. pay for it.
Edward TJ. Keone, of the Thirtv-socoud,
said he left his pobt at tho Aqueduct shaft to
nvoid the loss of his uniform from dripping
Harry Green left his post because, his wifo
was taken ill.
Policeman Andrews took a ride on on ox.
press wacon to seo a man who wns report d
to bo sick, and Capt. Cortright enmo nlcug
and caught liltu off post.
John Itoherts was absent from post and in
tho railroad office.
Henry Ilutts did not appear nt roll-oall. He
waa arranging papers after- tho death of his
brother and was detaiuod longer than hu ox.
Patrolman Thomas O'llourke, of tho Thtr.
ty-thlrd, tho wealthiest pollcemau on tho
force ond worth ? 100, 000, was caught off post
and will not feel tho lino of ouo day.
Policeman Alexander Seymour, of tho
Thirty.llfth, rep rlud ilek from malaria from
4T lttttgcrR strict and did not gel lininu fiotn
Kingsbridgu whon tlio surgeon colled at his
house. Hu was owov from home for eight
John J. O'llnen. of tho Sixth Precinct, wos
charged with breaking into llio apartment of
Mrs. Klia Pidgeou, at 1) Pell street, nnd
using disrespectful language to her. O'ltiion
said (hat .Mrs, Pidgeou was intoxicnted nnd
throwing things out of tho window. Ho
went to her room and aiUlsed her to keip
quint. Mrs. Pidgeou told a iliffeinut story,
necusini: O'Hnuti of breaking down her door,
slapping her face and threatening to titish his
club down her throat, being under tho infill
ouce of liquor.
Polioeniim Harry J. It. Tnl'or. detailed at
Castlo Garden, was accused of insulting
Joines MeShine, n gatekeupei, who was in
eomcrsotion with n lady on Julv 15. Me
Shine, trttd erv hard to withdraw tho
chargo, but Mr. Mf Low would not havo it,
and tho gatekeopor told his btory cryro
luitontly. folic euian Pctor J. Kloln faced a chargo of
being in tho hallway of a liquor saloon ot
a.'JO o'clock A. M. clubbing a utireu nnd fail
ing to arrest him. Houudsmau Campbell
swore t hut ho fow Klein chato a citizen out
of a hallway, hit him six or seven times with
a club, aud when ordered to nrrest him ho
refused to do so, soying; "That thing hap.
pens oery night." Kx-l)cteetie ltiohard
11) rues, now of Fire Engine 20, appeared as a
witness for tho o 111 cor.
Policeman James Morris, who fired two
shots at Assistant Foreman J. J. lluhioB. of
Engine 33. whilo running to tho lire in the
Century Building, wos arraigned. Morris
admitted hhooPng, but said ho mistook tho
lire man for a thief. Burns sworothat hu had
on it fatigue cap and his fire trousers nud
Sorgt. A. W. MacDouold, of tho Twenty
first Precinct, was tried for locking up John
W. Hlch, it reputable merchant of 120 Frank
lin street nnd putting a churgo against him of
being n suspicious porhiin. Tho Sorgenut In
his defense and that Pollcemau AlllllmUbor
brought in J. . Snifton, of WestrhcHtcr. on
a charge of drunkonuess, aud w lion scarohed
ho claimed to hoo been robbed of $2,600 in
money aud bonds. Millhousor made a chargo
against Jticli of being a HUsplciouR person.
Policeman MilUiiuiMir swore that ho mado no
chargo against Mr. ltieh and ho accused Sorgt.
MacDouuld and bin witnesses of falsehood in
toying that hu agreed to moko n chargo of
Iluiirinun Felix MeNolly wos put on trial
for extorting from Mr ltieh 4 for sending
two messages n distonco of six blocks. He
claimed that ho paid this money to two citl
7ens ho ft und on tho street after midnight.
Mr. Itich said that when McNally came tho
second tnno ho diunondod &2 for carrying a
invHMigo to Twenty .second street near Fifth
nveutiu. MoNally produced two inon who
Hworo thnt McN'ully gao (hem $2 inch with
out making a bargain, although MeNolly
Bworo that Ihev refused to go for less than
that hum. The caso goes to Iho full Board.
Mrs. Knln Coleman necubod Patrolman
Henuolly, of (hu Twenty-firbt Proemct, of
taking her by tho shoulder, using his club in
u thcatuuing manner and dragging her (o tho
Poliri man August Broun was accused by
llenjiiunn Fiuor, of ID Norfolk street, of
assaulting nud clubbing him. Brauu was
sent to nid in dispersing tho crowd thut
clamored to hear tho now ltobbi Joseph, ond
was struck by Finer m tho face, causing him
to full in tho gutter. Ho struck Finer in
bdf-dnfenso whan ho wns pinioned ugaiusta
John Itoshlour, of 717 Tenth avenue, ob.
iectid to being clubbed by Policoman
Matthew McCoruiack of the Twenty-third
Precinct, ltobhlaur was looking at tho
eclipse of tho moon, sitting m his own wagon
in front of tho stablo, whon McCoruiack
ordorod him to go in, used threatening
language aud clubbed him. Mr. iloshlaur
woh corroborated by four witnesses.
.Iniiien I.sdcIi'h Funeral.
Friends of tho late James Lynch crowded the
Cathedral yesterda), the body having been brought
from I'humicia, N. Y., for tho closing religious
amices. Itcv. Father l.avcllc was the celebrant
of the solemn high mass ot requiem. Archbishop
I'orrlcan pronounced tho final at solution. Among
thoo present were Emigration Commissioner. Starr,
ox.M.iyor William 11. drace, Kngeue Kelly, Charles
(!. l.yncli, ,) allies Waleh, .lames Hnayne, John II.
Turrell, of Albany; .lereinlah Fitr.natrlck, John
Mclaughlin, Joaeph Thoron, Lnuls llinnae, Ttios.
Mulry, .loieih A. Kernan, Daniel tseanuill, fir.
Bradley. Delrgatlona from the Society or St. Vin
cent de Paul and Irish Km grant 8 rleu weie pris.
cut, 'Ihe New York Catholic Protectory sent
twelve boys under the direction of ltev. Brother
Leontlne. The Interment took place in Calvary.
A GOOSE EGG NOG FOR THE COLONELS.
That's the Sort of Baseball Hospitality Brooklyn Extended
to Louisville Tuesday.
fr-om The Eveninq Wom.d'8 Sporting Edition.
0 I j
O lIciTV 0FCHUOCHEfl "
; 0 ,
gathering darkness to tho northward, directly
" I don't want tosciro ou,"he ad lod.with
a laMgh-,'thotidi joii beem pretty well
shook up now but you may wager your lllo
that thero is n regular obi-tithhioiii d tornado
coming, and it jsu't going to watt long or
trntel slow when it does btirt."
As it looked very probable that wo wero in
tho way of a toinoilo, whosu approach ould
no longer bo doubled, i heriously mquiicd of
tho Colonel whether wo ought not to buck
reftigo from its fury.
" Vhero shall wo go?" was tho proper
query in return. Wo may and we may not
bo in the way. If wo undertake to find shel
ter wo may nlnco oursolves in tho worst plnco
possible. A tornado is like lightning you
can ue er tell beforehand w here it is going to
strike. When it comes, it comes with a rush,
j nud all you'o cot to do is to hold jour hair
oc with one hand while you grab something
with tho other."
Both our horses stopped and prioked their
ears up. At that moment a dull, roaring
sound come from tho woods to (ho northwest
of us; aud glancing in that direction the
limbs of tho trees could lo seen agitated,
swaying back aud forth, while the air lmmo-
j.iri-fc..fa: f-ftatf. ifraafJiiiiiMiiiiA1 ' j- -.
diatdy oer the ccntrn was filled with leaves
that looked like millions of lluttcriug birds.
The moit appalling luiture. huweer, was
the cloud that had lust uttraclid our notice.
It rapidly became blacker and blacker, until
it was (ho hue ol ink a peculiar rattling peal
of thunder rocrburatid along tin sky. ilosu
on Us heels, and several cry uid red Hashes
of lightning darted in and out from tho Mil.
hudduiily wo both noticed, among (ho
leitMis and twigs whirling oter tho forostnear
us, a number of largo limbs and sipllugs, the
thickness of a hiiui'h leg, that must have bem
wrenched off by tho fury of the galo.
It was hard to bee with distinctness; but as
near us wo could judgo our situation, al
though unpleasantly near Ihe otni splieno
thunder! olt, was still far enough removed
to make us bafe against any injury
' ' Keep btill, and we aro all right !" shouted
tho Colonel, drawing his hat down about his
oars, while his voice sounded faint aud far
aw a. v
Ho had scarcely spoken when ho uttered
an oxclaii.atiou and ducked his head just in
tnno to escape a piece of lumber, which
hkiiiiinid oer his shouldor like an immense
arroTf driven from eomo gigautio bow.
ACTORS' VACATIONS ENDING.
THE TllEATIUCAli RKASON WILL OPEN UP
IX A WEEh. OR TWO IX FIXE SHAPIi
Compiiiilen llnnt nt Work Itrlirnrnlns In
Hpllc of llir llrni Anntlirr I'lirenrll by
flliiir. .Iliidjeakn .llrxtnyrr'n (iulnxy ol
lleituty -llrlaoeii nnd lie Alille's Nr
I'lny lloiv ll- lf Hopper lli'ti Hveu.
Although thu New York thcoties aro not
yet opt n for tho season, their stugos arc un
usually clowded by rehearsing companies.
Not only ato tho organizations which aru to
open in (he city hard at work, but tho outside
" roid " companies are struggling hunt to
gut an hour or two each day on some metro
politan stage. There aro amusing features
about all this, lu Hceral cases an unfor
tunate rcod organisation has been perempt
orily ordered out of a thentru which wos
needed by the homo coinpnuy. Tho numbers
of the orgatiinttiou could bo seen waiting in
tho street in front of tho theatie, utmost
fainting from tho heat, whilo tho stage man.
ngtr httsthd nround to miiko arrangements
olsewhuia. This slatoof things will coutinuo
until tho middle of next month, when tho dlf
foront organizations will start on tours in
spite of tho Presidential election, and many
of them hoping ngainst hope hi the city
Aug, 111 and Aug. 27 will bo tho "great"
After Modjesko's admirers hove worked
themselves into a fronzy of despair nt tho
solemn nnd reiterated announcements of tho
famous actress's retirement comes a state
ment to tho effect that she will probably play
a six weeks' engagement in tho Wost during
the winter, and tho following yearapponriu
thoso regions with n now play lidded to hor
repertoire. Mmo. Modjeskn will not go to
Poland after all, but will remain in her
ranch. So dry unir tuors, weeping ones, nnd
next time you henr of an netross's contem
plated retirement hear it with stoicism.
Col. McCaull has lately been oncroaching
upon Do Wolf Hopper's hobby, baseball,
lloppor, in order to gut oven, is turning his
uttuntiou to Col. McCauU's hobby, driving,
Ycbtorday thu (nil comedian bought a hand
somo buggy ond horso nnd is going to seo if
hu cannot do ' tho road " as gracefully as his
' ' A Noblo liogue," Stcelo Mockayo's ploy,
which ran for 11 vo weoks in Chicago, has now
concluded its season and tho company bos re.
turned to thu city. Tho pleco did fairly well
in Chicago, ono of tne principal bridges in
which city it truthfully and sconically Bot
Ilore are the names of tho twonty moidons
who uru to appeur in Mostayer's " Twenty
Maidens to Ouo Dudo" in Syracuse to-day.
Koto V. Quinteu, Klva Croix, Polly McDou
aid, tho Coleman Histrrs, Colia Volmer, Sally
Prune, Marion Kiske. Mary Uidor, Kdnn Fet
ter, Jennie IMwarils, Mottin (Jreouo, Liliio
ltandall, Frankiu Foster, Sadiou Black, Lido
Thanks, Koto Ueweese, Mabol Detroit, Be.
becco Calm aud Alma Wood. There's a gal
oxy for you .
Charles Frohmou was very nearly turnod
out of tho Madison Square Theatre Tuesday.
During tho rehearsal of " A Legul Wreck,"
in which ho is interested, ho took a seut at
the back of tho auditorium aud bogan to tako
notes. Soon ouo of tho theatru officials wont
up to Harry llockwood, und, pointing to Mr.
rrohman, rcmarkod : " Say, Mr. Itockwood.
catch ou. There's n reporter ot tho book
taking tho pieco down. I'll go up nnd lire
him nut." What a catastrophe Mr. Hock.
woodaorted! It is not at nil unusual for
manu2ors to bo stopped in tho aisles of their
theutros by now ushers.
D. H. Wilson, ono of tho authors of
"Among the Pines, "is to bo the business
manager of W. J. Florence's company. Mr.
Wilson has had amplo uxporionco in tho man.
ngcrial direction. " Among tho Pines," hy
tho bj u.will be ono of tho " road " attrac
tions of tho coming season.
Henry E. Abboy and suito (tho "suito"
sounds awfully swell, dontchernow) sail
from Havro for Nuw York by the Bretagno
on thu ISth inst. Marcus Mayer and Mmo.
Patti sail from Ilio de Janeiro for Plym.
outb, England, on thu 12th inst. Mr.
Marcus comes to New York, reaching hero
about Sept, 15. Mme. Patti rests.
Tho indefatigable co-workers, Belasco and
Do Mille.will begin work upon a now comedy
for tho Lyceum 'lheotro stock lomiutny as
soon as "Lord Chumloy" sees tho light of
day, or rather of night. They will deal with
' ' local life." Pooplo oftou ask how Belasco
ond Do Mille collaborate, but nevor got any
answer, i'hey decliuo to moko known their
William Gillette is at work upon his new
ploy. "A Confederate Casualty," which ho
hopos to present at tho Madison Squuro The
atre about Oct. IS. This play will bear no
resemblance to " Held by tho Enemy," al
though it touches upon tho subject of the
war. Thcro is every pobJibility that " Held
by tho Enemy " will also be ghen for ot least
two weeks during Mr. Gillette's ocenponcy
of Mr. Palmer's tbcatro, which covers n pe
riod of thirteen weeks. The summer season
of tho Madison Square Theatre closes on Sat
urday night, exit Miss Elbe Ellslcr.
A. J. Schlicht, the Ixniisvillo basso, thinks
ot changing his namo. which fow people
either pronouneo or snell correctly. Imleod,
Mr. Schlicht finds that snmo folks rothor
than writhe ou the guttural agonies of (his
surname aoid address ng him. Schlicht is
not a good name for stage purposes in th.s
country, especially when its ownor possesses
a oicu that bos alriady been favorably no.
(iced, and peoplo may wnut to talk about
Manager MoVicker's mimmor soasou in
Chicago docs not sui in to hao been attended
by a ery conspicuous degree of financial
success. Mr. McVickcr, however, kept Ii s
company at work, and seemed perfectly bot
ififled. Manager have different ways of en
joying tho..ibeles during the summer.
AS A DUK'SINfi AND CULOK HKSTOUEIt,
I'lnKKR'B lUlll IULKAM nrtrr (III. to tl.lr
I'A Its It's 1,NUK Idmc atlclatraKUtrruiK,
"That was rather a close bhavo!" hu
yelled, grinning nt mo through the dust and
' good no' tired at oil tinios. "I calculato if
that miliar bud wiped mn bcsido tho hi ad it
would lmo made It odio"
Before my friend could completu his joko
soiut thing hit his horxi. with enough furiu to
With a snort of (error ho reared upon his
feet, and then dashed uuay at full speed,
At this juncture I became well convinced
that thu tornado bad mado a turn in its
courso, so that, instead of beiu(r ou the outer
I margin, I win enelopod by it aud roceiwug I
I a share of its attention which was far from
comfortable or safe,
i 'I he peril was so imminent that I drovo my i
spurs into the flanks of the nuimnl. deter,
unned to forte him up the road aud, if poBsi.
ble, out of tho tort ad".
Iho horse, under the sting of the spur,
mado a tremendous bound forward, nnd then
n qii ok and fearful increase in (he power of
(he galo diote mo headlong from the saddle,
and I caught a ullmpbe of him ttruggling ami
rolling in tho dust aud debris, and tho next
minute we wero separated,
I was not conscious as yot of having suf
fered any serious injury, and wns about
. ... -. ntWiyo. vmiM)i.i.. .xnj..At.t,t,-n
MONMOUTH PARK RAGES.
A Hplrndld Cnnl Tor Ta.Ilnr. Inclmllntr the
.tniliaT i' ml Cnim Mny llnmllrnpa.
This ts tho last day of tne Mldiutnmer Meeting
at Monmoutli Purl!, 'iho attractions include, tho
Amlioy Handic-in for two-jcar-oMs and th Capo
Mar Hatiillcap for thrtccar-nlda. lloth have
butaliieil an cxccllcn aciettance, and two cloto
aim vfcll-cnnteatcd races iiuuhl lo lie the rrault.
'I Here Is slaoan excellent entrvfortheothor racis,
Tn lull projriinme la as follovra:
1 irt Itaor. lUnillcaii iiptnat fnr all aarisat 411
Mcli, with C1,U00 added, of Hindi $50 lotbeaecondl
ramont .. .... .. W Niaatra los
IlXrnUtta 10 SI Valentino till
l'Uonl Kacn.Arubor Handicap, Bwfipnnt.kra for
two rnwi da, at tlKI each, half forfeit, IOOnljlld
cUrnd by 4 r. M. nn tb"dar lelor tlio rac, nlth KJ.SOl
a Idfd. ,if wlocn ftoO to tuo aeeund, SiJ&U to tan tlilrdi
thrtio uuirtera ot a mile.
1 T. t'vtrr'aoli. c. Ka.aon, by Kprlnibolc 117
J II. IUrrIii'h ch, u, HatiKom, by lUrnn il'Or lid
A. Ilelmum'sb. f. Klili a. by Tbn I1.UimI .... . 113
II. J, Mrl'artr ltroi.'m. u. Hotenlo, by Jim. flmkar 111
II 1), Wltbari'ab, I, , b Klnu Knir.l -Minority, 111
A. J. t',ll'.b. f, I tlicia, by htratfnnl no
rt, h UrowD'nch c, .by King Alfunio Invrr-
cati d . , . ll'O
Sanla Anita Mable'e b. e. Carrlente., by tlrlnitpaU. VS
(l. 11. Il.yn" nd'a b r. lliplon. by l,efortn .. .. SS
W, u. D.ly'a ii r t'Urlna.. by Klnsllflivr . vl
I'reakli,.) Mablc'a b. c (Itndarnif by Itajnn d'Ur. ini
Uatia A lUll'ab, ( Kuurlri. by I olua B7
Tho third raco was tu tin n been a handicap al a
mile aud anuarler, with 11,'AVi nddnl. Hilninot
nil, ami the following rucc nan Bill alltmcd:
PuraeilSiO, for hnrrea that lave run and not won at
Munmonlli In lsss inalnio. allow.!, If three yean, 5
In,, luur and upward, lu 11, imtpii furlonaa.
lliadford . llSVolnnterr 10Q
Dtinooyne .. IIS f).nt'pil lirl
Maroon HSMiryT 101
Fulton Ins Auctrleune Ill
(Icoau 100 I'unla Ill
Fourth Kace. 1'uren (Soil, for two-ycar-nloat aellinK
allonami! horaaa entered tn bn aold fur $it!iQl to carry
lull weight i tbrfviluartera of A lulle.
l.lltle.lnke ll Volunteer 1)7
llarrl.burtr Ill Katie Ill
ltadiant 10 M.l.cln ul
Uloun 1CI1I liburon ss
Ohtlnowln , 1UI Hweot Avon SS
Little Ilarcfoot . US
Filth Had-', t ape May Handicap, a awerp.taken for
three year-old, at rjlou each, half foriett, via only it
deolard by I r. M. on the ilay before the race, with
J.r,u0 edited, of which SSOUtoths aeoond, $1M to the
third, utile and aeltteeuth.
McClfllnndid,).'. b. o. Iladge, by The Ill-Uaed,... 1,0
Appleby A t,o.'a b. c, 'IrHlan, byllleuelir UQ
M. dornan'e blk. c. Defence, by Itayon d'Or. .. 11
Chlraito rltable'e cb g. Hantalene, by Ml. Martin, Ao. 11&
J, II Morrla'a b. I, Kpeclally, by Heneatlon 113
A. llelmont'a b. o. Geo. Oyeter. by Voltlgeur 1
A, .1, Car.att'e ch. c. laraaon, by Htratford Hi
.1. II. llaaain.'iib. f. Uanlella, by Jn Uinlele, , lit)
II. 1). Witltereab. f. InverwIcV, by King hrneet HIS
1). 1), Wlthere'ab, f Uaacade. liy Unci. 101
MuMahon d Uo.'a oh. f. Hpeeileell. by Spendthrift. 1U1
tleo. Uearat'e ch. t Queatlon, by Monday ua
Santa Anita htable'ali f. VVInona, by (Irlnetead... IIS
Sixth llaoe. Puree 9()0, for three.year.olila and up.
wardt aelllng atlowanceei bo-aea entered to bei Bold
fur Si. cuu to carry full weight, tulle and a furlong.
Dhoctaw 120 Tudor 100
llnaa, . . . 1 10, llela.,., 100
ten llnoter 118 Ht. Valentine loll
long Knight .. Ill" Unique Uj
(I'Fallon 101 King U HI
Toe racing will begin at a. SO p. si.
To.Ilnr'e Knlrlei nt siarntogau
The programme and probable starters for the
races to-day (Thursday arc ai follovra:
Klret ltaca.I'uree t5O0, for alt ageai entranoa, C15
each, to the second i to carry & lb abora the ncale , nnn
wtnueraln 1HS7 or 1SSS of lour races of fll.oOOeacb or
two ol f. 1,000 each allowed 7 lb non.wlnnera of ill, OUO
lu 1SSH or of three i.ee. of tH.UOO In lrH7 allowed Ii lb .
or If non-wiitnera In 1SSS alloweil 18 lb., fourrear.olda
and upwaro. nonwlunera In 1SS7 or lotto, allowed 25
lb. i mile and aeventy yards.
Lelel HUiFrcM VI
Oaremsn. .. . . 10S llanjo 'J3
Urlietle, llXlillallaton Ut
Seooud Itaoe.Virginla Stakes, fur two.year.olda, at
423 each, play or pay, with t7UU added, the second to
receive flMland the third todoutof tne atakea, non
wluneeof aetakeof the value of 01,000 allowed ft lb. j
maiaelta allowed 1U lb. t live furlonga.
Santa Anita Stableach.o Cahente, by llntherfurd. 110
Cincsgu stable's b e. Heron, by Harry U'Fallon,.,. llil
Melbourne htahle'a b, f. 1b Monees. by lllllet 1U7
Kioeleior Stable's l.f. tlypsy Uueen. by ltayoo d'Ur 107
Lstinhl llros.'br c. ltutton, by Onondaga. 101
h. O (Hunt's b. o. Seymuar. by btrstforo 101
0. Howie's lir. o. Japhet, by IMckene. Ao 100
llurrlcaoa htsble'a b. c. Trent, by Iroquola lml
Dwyer llros.'br. o. llroessla br lllllet... 1UU
J iJolton'a h. o. , by HUM, out ot jnanit 100
1. II. l'lelda'a ch. o. Chandler, by Harry O'Kallon,. 100
Melbourne Stable's b. o. Ulue Hock, by UUlet lml
A. Pony's b. o. lied light, by Jlla Johnaon 10)
Dwyer Uroa.' br. f. Servia, by Hindoo U7
W. Utatx'a tir. g. Cartoon, by lleform 97
Third llace. Handloap eweepetakee for all agea. at
J 35 each, only (3 It declared. Willi a)"0U added, ofwltlch
lbutotheaeoond, the third to receive $75 out ot the
etakee; mile and a quarter.
I l th.
Daruna 1U7 Hypocrite 101
Wabno lllSiHslled'Ur U7
Wary 104 Lloeeph Vi
Arfo . lujlltarry (Jooper P3
1 north Itsoe.Purse $100. for maiden lhreeyear.
olds, entrance. sMSeacb, to the encondt ooltstocarry
114 lb., geldlnga 111 lb., lillus 107 lb., tlioae not placed
second In a two.year.ola stake allowed 4 lb. ; three-quar
tersof a mile.
Antoi 114 Persian II 107
Donald 114 xherttl O'Neill 107
Wynwood 110 Han Hope 1U7
Kile, bmithoolt Mo llellwood 107
Allenlown 110 Ktreynole 1U1
Yoong Sweep 110 Petulance 1U1
ljirUce 110 Ulllta 1U3
Fifth Hare, "lrouole ll.ndlcsp Hteeptecbase, at $S0
each, half forfeit, $10 If declared by July 1. with rjl.uOo
added, the second to receive $it0 and the third $50 out
ol the etakee, welghta to be announoed Aug. i.frao
ttonal courae Ho. 1. about two and a quarter miles.
K. Corrigan'a b. h. Tenneaaee. A. by Ten Broeok.... 17S
O. Poat'ach. f.VriU Davie. 4, by Fadladeen 15U
Queena County btable'a ch. h. Monte Ortato. 6, by
KlngAlfoneo , 145
M. T. Danaher'ach c Klllaroey, aged.by Orion 131
W, O. Daly'a b. g. Willie Palmer, 4. by Voltlgeur... US
Hard lo Get Al.
From Ttxa A'Hnff.
Conntrr Oroom (to waiter) ltaw ojiteri for
Walter Ves, ilr have'em In the shell 7
(Irooiu ttn brl le) Thai suit juo, lovej 7
Ilrlde (dulilous'j) Why r jea, John, If jou
think you km o;en 'em 'itiout nukni' a inuia.
In the Amutlne Comedietta of " Uted Up,"
Sir Cbarlee Coldstream, a blase man of fashion, la made
to deprecate everything In whioh everybody else Is sura
posed to take an Intereit, with the languid remark that
" there is realty nothing In It." lleeveu extended this
critfctiini to the crater of Veeuvluj, down which he
looked, buleaw "nothing in it.' Such oheractere are
ecarior on thta aide uf the Atlantlo than abroad, but
they exist here notwithstanding, buch men need a
"hlllp to nature' to medicinally stimulate their jaded
appetite, overcome their laesttude. and renew the xeat of
i exiEleaoe. They and othera upon whom the world'a en
joymente are beginning prematurely to pall, will find
HotTETTia's Stomach Uittcrb a wholesome and
speedy renew! of rigor and health. Appetite re
tnrna, dyipeptfo and bilious eymptorae disappear, the
nervee grow strong, and the hour of retirement la uu
fraught with apprenentloo of uneasy repose when thu
superlative tonlo fa employed. It romediea (aver and
ague, rheumatism and kidney troitblee
crawliiiR away in quest of soino stump or
stone, beh ml which I could toko rettiuu,
rtheii the breath who dmen fiom my body by
a kIio'.m r of iniet ami rain, winch filled tho
air and tmoloptd me an tlio.nili I had been
caiiL'ht beneath a corner of Niiinra Fulls.
'I hi toruudo had struck the tnor in its
whirling', winding courwi, nud scooped out
thousands of callous m a tuinMnii. ilriinc
the line pirticles auaiust my face like bird,
shot Instantaneously I vtas drenched to the
skin, and for a moiiiuit vtas in actual dancer
of bi'ini: drowiifd,
I cautitmsly rose to my feet with a view of
moviiiLT forwanl to a place of greater safety,
but biiloro I could struichten myself I was
lilted in the air, like a feulher in a whirl,
wind and felt no self going, heaven could
only tell where
lheie was a roarine, rushing sound in my
I ears, such as must come to ono who is ciught
in a cataract. Ihe dust and spray and tty
ing objects so filled the air that my eyes were
perfectly useless. I clutched fr.mtically at
acinic v, and was still vainly struggling
when there came a shock and on tho instant
my senses left me.
It was probably an hour later when I re.
covered. The tornado had passed,
BRI0I1T BITS OF CHILD TALK J&M
Hnylngaoftho HntreH nnrl HnmorlsU of the al
Povcral little Babbath.school pupils wero rfvfl
riding togcdiur in a carriage. Happening to vH
puss nn npplo trco little Nellie asked, with fl
serious faco. " Auntio, how did God make 'flm
apples?" To which, ns quick as thought. ?U
little Ida replied. Must like ho made light. mWt
Ho said. ' Lot thcro bo apples,' and there was tttS
An Irreverent .lllaa. UvH
A liltlo girl iu Yarmouth, agod threo years, Wm
wos taught to pray by hor mother, who, how- iM
oer, could not induco (ho child to knool. Jxlfl
'ihe infant was willing to pray, but not to Wm
bow tho knee. Tho other morning tho family 9
heard (he littlo qlrl say i " I'leaao, Qod, soml jifl
mo a white rabbit." No answer being heard, '&H
tho child continued " Did you hear what l iSaal
said? Why don't you answer?" Another ')
pausfl, whin tho child spoke up spiritedly : Ss5lgai
Oh, I know what jou want 1 You want mo 39
to get on my knoos, but I won't I" ifttW
Looking Inlo the Future. 'J??ei
At tho funeral of tho Duko of Wellington WsB
a littlo child wns standing with hor mother I'aVM
at Lord Ashburton's window to seo tho H
funeral go by. She mado no remark until JxU
tho Duke's horso wus lod by, tho snddlo SnU
empty and the boots reversed in the stirrups, WU
when shn looked up into her mother's face 'tfrnt
nnd said: "Slother, when wo die wiil thoro lnm
bo nothing loft of us but our boots?" wB
A 1'nlr or Spnrr I.ruv. .tfjH
A little girl was standing at tho station to Tell
seo hor father and a gentleman friond off, fiU
whon sho suddenly observed to her father, JrH
referriug to his friend, who wns (all and lanky, ixl
" If tho train tuns off tho lino and any lega -Iwfl
nre broken, I hopo they'll bo Mr. H.'s." UBei
" Wliot's that for ?" Haid tho startled II. fJH
"Uocattso." sho added, artlossly : "Aunt K1
Mary soys you havo n pair of spare legs." Svl
Tho arrival of tho (rain prevented any ox- .'ifil
sizlnc Up Her Father. . WM
A little girl being naked to what church fl
her mother belonged, said the Lutheran. 'MM
"And your father?" said tho questioner. SPfl
"Ho's nothing." said sho; and then added, 'rH
"and not much of that." $Sm
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HOLD AT 'J5o. Jl
Wo wero tho FIKST to rIvo tho public fjjM
the best FuriilshlnRs nt the lowest price M
nnd wo menu to bo tho Inst to desert JjB
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half pnae. Staten lata nd soata. Hatter, fare lOo. 1,
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NOW PEIIVANKNTLY OPKN. !
AdmUslon. IOc.i Hra, Heat. ZOc. 30c. SOa. Ji
alatineee Mondajr, Wedneedar and Batunlajr. V:
w'KlSsf THE BLACK FLAG,
LAST WEEK. M
BUFFALO BILL'S WILD WEST. f
KRAHTINA, HTATKN ISLAND. iTW.
Btaten hland Boats. ll)u..at 3 and 8.39. P. M.
RATTI P lUrntli at I.lrut. Cuablaa Si
DAI I LC. Mrlnrr. Ktlxatllnclies, t
OV ITesented to each Tleitor i
PCTTVCOIIDP l llanng entire monih. YSa
Utl I lODUnll. Beginning Aug. 8. Under tin dHi
18th at. and Ith ate. management ol J. tl. Hill. -Hs
B UOADWAV TIIKATKF, CORNER 41RT ST. W
llaodiome.t anil "a(et Theatre In the World. -ik,
"anW1- THE QUEEN'S MATE. 1
Oomlo Opera Co. Belle noer on sale. S
K' OSTKIl A IllAL'S"CONaKKT HALL. Wi
JAMES OWEN O'CONOR. ffi
Hamlet.... Mr. O'Oonor I Ohnet.. ...... Mr. Newmaa ;
h lectrie Wonders, 1 he 3 Jndgea. Richard Pltrot. flk,
AIHHON hQUAIlK TIIKATKK. IOKD AJK. W
A. M. TalnTer. Hole Manaier. "JUDOK NOT." Ji
KreningaB.aOi Saturday Matinee 'J. "JUDOK NOT." J
Ij.twAk of Kffle Kllaler In "JUDOK NOT."
,luea., Aug. II, HUIette'a new plajr, A Legal Wreck.
AVlNDSOiTfTlKATItK," Bowerr, near Canal. Me
M BATUKDAY KVKNINU. AUlI. 11. JK
Orand Opeuina ul the Regular Heaaon. JHV
The (Iresteet Melodrsma of the Daj, Sri
LIlillTH'AMIHHADOWH. t M,
"MTALLACK'C 4T11 WEEK. MR
Y lKINCB.11KTIIUriAI.E.II Wi
DT TUC -4M$
.llrOAVI.L OI'liUA C1M1PANY. MU
fcyENINlihATB. BA1URDAY MATINEE ATX W4
JMHEISS'S, THEISo'H. THKIhS'sT TH KISS'S.' "flg
L "lIlAlSS'S. THEISS'S, TllEISb'a . MJT
HE FI.NhsT FAMILY RKSdftT IS THIS OIIT. ;M',
IHE MONSTER ORCHESTRION. &1
mCRRAOKOARDEN. " 58th at., near 84 J JR
X Amberg'a Opera. UuL Stnbel and the Urps. To- JjK
rilgbt. Nanon. ruler, SitnrJ.j, Mme. Angot. W
JEiri'ATl.n.11 AMI THE CKIIOIFIXION.
TIIK OllEAlKSr OK ALL PANORAMAS. JK-
Madlaonare and Mth av. Made cool artinolallr. SZ
When I rose to my feet, I found that mj f
shoulder hono had been broken by n terrible) ftf
blow from some hoa y llyins missile. jK
MuNiui-buck townrde the rond, my horso
was discoM red with his hend crushed. t
Fcelini; the need of immediate aurclcal 3J
atti'iition, 1 hustcned on towttrds tho village. '
A bliort distnnco away I nus-ed n cabin, the mi
roof of which had been lifted clear and car.
ried out of siuht. i
None of tho occupants wore Tisible, bnt I ,W
learned afterwards that a mother and one of
her children had been killed, their bodie m
hminc been removed some time beore I JU
reached the spot, j
At tho village my broken bone was set. and
while I tarried for it to recover I acquainted ff
myself thorouchly with the work of the tor. A'
nado. my friend. Col. Evans, dropping la "1,
dunnc; the course of the day and reuortino; 1
himself and steed unlnjurod. y
The width of the tornado varied from fifty i'
to rhc times as many yards. Fully a half.
dozen pemous woro known to have lost their A
liven, whilo the horses, mules, cattle and
other tlomostio animals were ilain by tho J;
score, and the drunace to fences, Xoreata Mul
plantations was incalculable, jj