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OPENING THE BOOKS,
Hp EO CIRCULATION BAS GROWN.
H Total .number of "WORLDS" printed
H; each year under present proprietor-
K (883.- 12,235,238
B- 1B84. 28319,785
K 1885 51,241,267
B 1886 70,126,041
K 1087' 83,389,828
K' 1888 -104,473,650
H 1389., 121,006,860
H MULTIPLIED BY1 TEN.
' i vtrae.fleily.circulatlon during the
7 first yew of tho present proprietorship.
Hk Avenge clrcultton per day during
K ' BOW "lASTSn HAVE GROWN.
K Total number of "WANTS" each year
H In "THE WORLD" under present
K 1883- 86,577
H 1884 258,782
jf ' 1885 448,793
H 1886 525,024
H& I 1888 651,941
By J 188& 702,849
ear ' ..
H BOLD I
EL Tho petitions asking tho Legislature to
Kj pass tho Weekly Faymont Bill should
K bavothe signature of evory workingman
Ku "whose employer does not pay him oTory
serpnth day. The objeot li to make a
H ' stroD" protest against the selfish greed of
, employer, and the voice of labor ahonld
K ' bo raised in a strong unanimous cry.
Hf,v It la veil for working men to know that
K if they forward their names to The
K: World there Is no dancer of this becom-
ine known to those who would pnnlih
& them for exercising this natural right.
' No name will bo publlahed, but OTery
K same tells. So send in your names,
Hr, When labor finds no easy a means as
K? ' afforded by The Would for tho legit-
ET ' imato expression of a grievance It would
B , argue, a stolid insensibility to their own
B? ( interest if they were to noglect to avail
Hr theaselrea of it. It is a matter of duty
K' with them; duty to tholr patient wives, to
nL their oppTesaed children.
Kp Itt the petition be an overwhelming
'' one. Bend in your namea at once. All
Kvi is fair and aboTo board in the movement,
?. and the worldngman ii not being played
' ' for his vote. Tho one sole object of this
K bill is to better hia lot
m MAT. BEE BE 8AVED.
HE . To-day aqnestion will arise in ConcreM
KBt, which may result in the rosoulng of tho
Hs fair'Ooddeas of Liberty from the bandit
Kj of the spoiler. Tho McAdoo amendment
B has a choerius prospect of iucces.i. Tho
H' hateful debt of coarse, ramahackle build.
Hw ings squat about tho proud base of one
HL of tho Imposing works of art of the
K?r world may be spared us.
Hv Mr. McAdoo has scored a Rood point
K& when he calls in question the right of the
Hu Department of War to license the Treas.
BL ury Department to erect such Immigrant
Br quarters at Liberty Island. Tho Depart.
Kk tsest of War has control of the island only
pP , for military purposes tn esse ot war.
Bt How, then, tan it authorize its use as an
Ei Immigration station?
Kf May this unseemly blot on our National
Bm Bride and self-respect be spared us. Alt
Kx rood citizsns deurecatn this violation of
K the noble statue.
KjR AT U8T.
K tfvro-dy the Flack business will be
Hk bronzht before the Court o( Oyer and
K Terminer. It has been before the public
Vt' ,,s long with its noisome exhalations that
fc- everybody will be glad to have it ended. It
K! has dragged long enough for one of the
K! arraigned to pass to a tribunal which has
WmT " determined his guilt without the assist.
Hf; 'ence of human judgment. Another is
H (toivering beneath the suspended sword
B- of Damocles, expecting every momeut
mL that the glittering blade will fall upon his
Bl Now the burly Sheriff and his son, with
E Beferee Mezzs, will come in for their
Ht dues. Bheriff Fticx's unfortunate wife
Hr, will take the stand reluctantly against her
Hf ' husband and her son. It is to be hoped
r that stem, impartial justice will suffer no
H' misearrisge through the weakness of a
Bfc niother's heart and a wounded but for.
r Riving wife.
Hr A TODCHlflQ EXAKPLE,
K A mother's love is the most faithful,
H toaohisg sentiment in the gamut of
K, human emotions. A novel 'but beautiful
B . saaraple of it was lately afforded at a
C prize) flghi. Mother's darling, a strap.
HB - PS young miner, had nnderiakea to
IB .fciock out a long-reaching athlete. Mamma
K V sot satisfled with the way hr sonny's
second was baudllna htm. and jumped
inlc- the ring, bounced tho Mnpglih thing
and took Ids place.
Sho rubbed down Joiikme niter tho
rounds1, picked him up wheu bo was
grounded, murmured softly In his car,
" Go for his ribs. .lonroiist" and cucour.
aged a good blow by cheery exclamations.
All of which shows that a man's best
friend is hi mother, no matter how un.
natural be the service sho is called upon
0EKTLT, BUFFALO BILtt
Mr. Conr lias hitherto maintained with
great respectability abroad tho character
of Amorlcau citizenship. Hut, if report
be truo, ho has done something which
every one of his compatriots will cry nut
against. When his ilnrinc cow boys stuck
to'tbo agitated tmcksof intractable Italian
steods, the Colonel was moved to offer a
reward to any Bturdy Italian who could
tnko n ride on ono of the Wild West
Souio valiant son of tho Campngna
achieved the ride, and lot oh, shnnio,
Buffalo 1)111 refused tho reward on tho
silly ground that tho peasant was too long
Tho Italian hisses will bo supplanted by
els-Atlantic ones If this lneaunoss bo n
The Sultan threatens to withdraw tho
license of French and Amorlcau hotel,
keepers at Tangiers becsuso thoy huvo
introduced gambling, Tho Koran forbids
this. Mahometan morality is n funny
thing, but tho Sultan can't afford to buck
against the teachings of Muhomet,
A woman has discovered that her hus
band was marriod to another woman be.
causo n clairvoyant cut throe queens in
succession. This was a hard cut for her
husband, and ho probably has n grudgo
against clalrvoyancy now.
Lightning mado a big holo in the roof
of a jail and all tho prisoners except one
escaped. Naturally they felt that it would
bo flying in tho faco of Frovldenco not to
get out when it oponcd tho door for
A ionrtn.retr-old Denver boy loted s ! of
tveUs who AM. Then Willi swalloired almas
button and died too. This wai an lngeuloua war
(or Willie to unbutton bla j onnr life.
John I Sullivan aa a Tocll.t la the last ap
pearance oftbat silted eon of Boeton. Itlea-ood
that John can be relied on to take up hie notea.
We all know what a auceesa he was at a bar or
Elliott F. Sbepard sare Oennanr eoi.q.uered
France because abe kept Rnnday. Viho put
Elliott on to that t He evident! ineana Humlay
when he ear Babbatb.
A street-tar conductor, on (3 s dar, haa been
keeplnr two wives. This speaka well for the
"Dors have their day," but, as for me,
Wit bout one on throurh, life 1 Jov.
Perhaps the reaaon'a plain to aee
I'm not a iog.j'iuk.
AxounaTilr died recently who writhed 4!R
pounds. She should have been named Tallica
but abe wasn't.
How somebody wants to sat at the theolmry of
Waamerl Where does the Decsloguo come In to
the Music of the Future!
Maine Isn't much of a mlnlna; region, but there
are thousands of amelters there. The smelts ate
atnt to Mew Tork.
The pur, that atalwart emblem of Chicago, la
vary properly represented with some llkenesato
the tapir. It la either because the city Is a led.
tsper or a taper that baa gone out.
Ex-Queen Isabella ta a handy poker-player. It
la certain that the Luropean royalties hate to
here her make a "call."
v TABLE LORE.
Aa much scltnce.la required to feed a family
and aave mosey and temper aa to eall aahlp.
Variety Is half the solution, and neatness, cheer
and enouta prove the talent of the housewife
Mrs. Kendal li a strons; advocate of simplicity
and her favorite bill of fare, virtue laden, la a
aoup thick with Tepetablee and meat, which la at
once food and drink, a nan patched with lomon
and little potatoes, a lt of ktssi (Fnrll'h for
salad), a tart and tea. , The whole tlilnif can be
bouirbt for the price of a roast. Ono Is a feed
and the other afeaat. t
Honey and biscuits, erackera and prunes, baked
apples and Urabsm rolls, or breed ana tic. with
a aaucerftil of waterctesses snd a pot of coffee, la
the break tut served to the queen of the Wssh-tng-ton
Ever hear of a loaf doylle! You must have.
Rquare, of flue linen, with aonioiueduevel scroll
worked In wash silk, lie fore announcing break
fast, sprinkle Vienna losf of bread with milk,
put It In the oven, and when It la hot roll it up
in the doylle, bsby faaliton, and send to table.
ATHLETES IN REPOSE.
B. B. Deflarmendlerlaa member of the New
York ltacquet Club, and, what ta Kill sreatvr
clory, la the amateur champion racquet pis J "er of
W, II, White enjoys Ibe distinction of belna
captaln of the croas-countri tesm of the Ameri
can Athletic Club. II Is a steady Ions-distance
H. L. BloomCeldtstme of New York's volun
teer warrlort, belnir a member of tho Keveuth
liejiuient. Uehasabrnl towards ath'rtlra and
la the Hecretary of the tterimcnt'a Athletic Asso
ciation. A. E. Colfax Is addlrtedtoiiarstuanablp, and
rather dlituurulahea himself with the oar. He
belonira to the Nassau Boat Club, of which he is
All the stock In a minus- company recently
Incorporated at Webb City, Mo., vae subscribed
for by women.
The tombstone recently put up over the crave
of Mrs. Ann I). Carter, lu a Media ifa.) ceme
tery, haa tb auurular verse:
Sows have children and some have none.
But here Ilea the mother of tweul) -one.
Artist Vlhlstlerlsasmall and slender man of
dark complexion. A person meeting- htm for the
first time Is startled to observe tn the very centre
of bis black hsad of hair a while lock that la con.
aplcuou by contrast.
Here In the etouth am !.
Ou the boutbrnu esndy loam.
Beneath a houthron aky.
But my thous-hta sie all at bom.
TU there my father aits.
With bis i aper on bis ineej
Mr mother seais or kDlls-
I know the think of me.
My slater, her muetc lies.
t?er hands .o'er the keyboard tray:
Tender tha look tnbereree, "
hue thinks of her tacthtr wy,
Mr dot-, he whines In tb hall,
-for a sad old ds( u be,
w altlnr in vain my cali,
or he, tco. uissea u,
And my ii;l-how my pulse ttr!
. .t tb dews ofevenlnr fell.
Another fellow may U courllrj Jier
Thla mtksa tue more bomesuk than all.
-itty I, S.CrUM i jMk.
6&daUBBBBSBai i wuas
President of the Working-Women's
Society on Factory
A Great Field for Women's Work
in Tbls City.
Some Startling Farts About Child
Labor ami ICtnployers' Tricks.
Miss Van Kltcn, President of the Work.
InRwomou's tiociety, was seen in tha
club-room of that organization with
a copy of tho Friday Kvenino Wohld,
containing a rovlew of tho annual
report of the factory Inspectors. When
asked what sho thought about the matter
"A great den). I think the report
weak, Insufficient, Incomploto and totally
Inodequato to tho subject considered.
It is romarkablo for tho omissions It con
tains. I thing tho agitation nf factory
work, hours, wages, abuses and general
conditions by Tur. F.tknwo Woran will
bo tho means of ronalng tho peoplo to the
importance of legislation,
" I hato this fault to find with tha now
catechism prepared by The Kvenino
Wonr.u for tho benefit of the Factory De
partmont brevity. Make it moro com
prohonsivo. Como round soma evonltiR
wheu tha workingwomen aro here and
auv ono of them will cue you material
far a column of questions that tho De
partment may find edifying, if not em.
" It Is a posltlvo fact that until tho agi
tation of tho subject began not one-tenth
of tho factory peoplo in Now York City
know of the oxistoucc of a Uoard of Fac
tory Inspectors. I know thousands of
working girls, and of that number I don't
know forty who liavo soon tho Inspector
of tho Second District. But I'll tell you
what I do know from these girls, to wit:
Doputy McKay is methodical. Ho
doosu't liko to tako people by
surprise, and although I would not
say that ho employed n herald,
a trumpeter, a courier, or oven a district
messenger, to announce his coming he is
generally anticipated. Mind, I don't
afllrm this. A girl employed iu Colin,
fold's fenlher factory totd mo that the
day Mr. McKay wns expected llio children
who had been iu tho houso less than R
year and who to nil appearances wero
not in their teens, were sent unstalrs
away up or sont homo for tho day.
" Tho house is one of tho most com.
roodlous and ono of tho best managed in
tho country. The surroundings, as far
as industry goes, might ho called lux
uilous. When tho Inspector arrived the
only subject that concernod him was
child labor, aud looking into the paok-ing-room,
ho raid. 'Well, I guess every
thing is all right hero,' and went off.
" Another girl employed in Bauer's box
factory last vcor camo in hero nno night
aud said aha was nearly dead from loss of
sleep. Here's her story," said Miss
Van Kltcn reading from a memorandum.
The Factory Inspector! is expected this
week. Ho may come any dar. Many of the
children hsvo betn laid off until after hia
visit and wo girls aro kept o buay trying to
do their work that wo havo to do double
"Now that is only ono of many instances
lu which the laws of tho State are violated,
and which go unpunished through the
carolessness or wilful neglect of the
agents who are paid for enforcing them.
Tho cno law most violated is that rcferriug
to child labor. Last evening I was talk
ing to tho foremuu nf an eatt-sido cigar
factory, who informed mo that there wore
twenty little girls in tho shop under four
tteu years of age, who wore there not only
by permission but by tho command of
tho proprietor: children, most of them,
of tho old hands. I can't glvo you tho
namo of my informer or even locato the
shop, as it would result in.bia Immediate
" I was amused at Mr, KcKay's reply
to The Evenino Woold'm query regard,
fug the children undor sixteen unable to
read and write simplo English sentoncos.
That gentleman knows, or should know,
if he conscientiously dischargodhis duty,
that there aru thousands of littlo boyaand
girls lu the cigar, clothing and candy fac
tories who cannot speak nn English word,
let alouo a sentence. He hays, too, sus
picion of the statement of the employer,
that in order to get at tho real facts of
the case he would ' linvo to hang round
tho particular shop and watch.' That
doubtloHs would entail oxpense, but
there i an allow anco of $500 iu addition
to the 1, 000 a year ralsry for just that
sort of iuvebtigatiou, necessary to tha
success of the work. There are grievous
sius nf omission as well as commission
and it is for these that the Department
should be made to answer,
" Another feature of the evils of child
labor. There was u strike not ery loug
ago in a cloak factory, aud the refusal of
a few women and cbildreu to go out with
tho employees attracted considerable
comment. A committee was appointed
to inquire into the matter, aa their atti.
tude was iu a measure working to the de.
feat of the contestants, vtho were fighting
against an unjust aud unwarranted reduc.
tionof prices. Afterdiligentaudstrenuous
effort ou the part of the committee, it was
learned that all the children were under
age, and that all the adults had secured
the employment of little daughters or sis.
ters by making a false affidavit as to their
age at the time of their admission to the
shop. This falsity, born of grim neces.
slty, gave the proprietor en advantage
over tho women aud children which ye.
verted to hi interest at every issue. But,
of course, male inspectors are not sup
posed to know anything of this sort."
When asked what she thought about the
efficiency of the work of the deputy for
this city Miss Van Etten said
"I think he has not covered the
ground. No human being could do it
with the facilities he has. In the first
place he is inaccessible. lie lives in New
BlteCaSjSktbiaU. b jlsBBatalS4k..
York, but ho Is harder to reach than the
Governor. He has no headquarters no
office and no hours when a factory em
ployeo could meet hlra if she had a com
plaint. "He bos not made the Factory Depart
ment a factor In labor reform, and from
what I can find out neither ho nor the
Department are tn sympathy with the
Iator Bureau, although both aro Bute
organization that have for an object the
betterment of the laboring classes.
" What's the matter, I'd liko to know,
with his having desk room in tho Stewart
Building where the Bureau is quartered
and where it might bo possible for a wage
worker to rosch him lu emergency cases ?
There is a factory building iu this city
tho obliquity of which has caused
tho working girls employed thero
considerable anxiety. A policeman
who 'thought It would fall over
some day and kill 'em all,' ad v I soil tho
anxious young women to report the caso
to the Factory Inspector. Thoy camo hero
to look for that servant of tho State. In
the Interest of tho Society I offered Mr.
Connolly, chief of inspectors, a desk
here, which he refused, saying ' (f iccutd
nr re.' tlo,an lite rtportrr$ iroud glee too mucA
pulHeily to the trortfnjs of the Department.'
" Now, isu't that preposterous, coming
from the Stato Inspector? I toll you, you
can't got near the Department. They re
sent as Impertinent any criticism or in
qulry on the port of individuals or cor
porations. Under the present manage
ment the Department has been relogatod
to insignificance. It seems to bo a law
unto Itself, independent and Individual.
It has no connection with State organlza.
tious and no sympathy with tho
local Health Board. I think that
with tho friendly co-operation of
the health Inspectors some gross
errors might bo rectified that now ills
graro our Bhops, aud that a largo doso of
shaking up would do tho Department as
much good as a Spring tonic. Zeal,
energy, push and vim, whetbor forhu
nmultv or ambition, on tho part of the
Inspectors, will glvo tho Department a
prcstlgo Hint it does not now postcss.
Thero aro 1,200 factories in this city
whoro 200,000 workingwomen aro em
ployed, whoso interests cannot bo, and
are not looked after by ono man.
"We want moro inspectors a lot more
-aud wo want womon. Fifteen hundred
dollars is a very handsomo notary for a
worklugwomau a salary that tho ono
appointed to tho position will gladly work
for in storm as woll as 'fine weather.'
Tho woman inspector will not do more
work but bettor work than a man. Moro
will bo expected of her because she is n
woman; that is thn tribute tho world
pays to ber quick, keen senso, har nico"
discrimination and better judgment. Wo
should have ber appointed becauso two
thirds of thn working class Is composed
of women and children, and where thero
is a child oithcr in tho church, tho school,
tho homo, the shop or the Btreet thoro is
a place for woman's work, womau's influ
ence and woman's reason.
"Do I think women will mako Osgood
Inspectors aa men ? I think a good, faith
ful, conscientious woman inspoctor will
accomplish as much iu that cspaoity as a
good, faithful, conscientious malo inspoc
tor. Womon are good agitators; they
will make an outcry if tied and a
protest against tho evils they may bo
powerless to fight. That'a what we
want and that'a what wo are not
getting. There aro no allusions in
tho report to the multitudo of hindrauces,
inconveniences and disadvantages undor
which women and girls work and starve
in our muslin factories, packing estab
lishments and sweat shops. If they exist
the inspectors have been enjoying them
selves in slumbrous ignorance of tho suf.
faring, hardship and abuses described by
Tue Evknino WonLD recently. If thoy
do not oxlst and the work accomplished
by the Department is a subject of grati
fication to the inspectors' the paper Is
deserving of censuro for 'distorting
Iu rcfcrcnco to the Factory bill now
before tha Stato Scnato Miss Van Etteu
elated that aha had seen Mr. Fassott the
last timo ho was iu New York, aud he had
given nor every reason to believo that it
will bo panted.
SNAKE RINGS FOR LUCK.
Talmud lo Emblems Grontly Prlzod
by Feminine Owners.
Tho ring of rings is tho snake, that
writhing, wriggling, creeping thing,
symbolic of wisdom, science and eternity,
says the Ciuncinnati .Ehaufar. The
purity of Kcutimeut is iu the gold bands;
streujth la typified in silver, aud iucx.
pensive garnet, amethyst or carbuncle
jewels tho head.
Hundreds ot theso quaint rings are
given and accepted for luck, and so con.
centrsted become pricoless as talismans.
A wedding ring may tie taken off to make
room for some splendid seal or aolitaire,
but the Talmudio emblem never.
Such lathe lagary of woman.
The Objection Removed.
lfilA Ofraytt rtM-',)
Mr. Dillus-Marla, I don't liko to hare
that spider-legged dudu of a Ilatikiiison
hsuslnR about the house. Dooi ho come lo
see one ot our girls? I it poaslblo any of
them would eucoureco the Idiot I
Mr, lllllus Mr, llankinsoii seems to Die,
John, to Be a very worthy jouuz man, lie
cornea to tee lleeaie, and since hi auut III
Marylaud left him that haudaome legacy
O if.llilln (greatly mollifiedl-Oh, if he
means business I'to no objection. I didn't
want him to come licio trifling that's ail.
The Danger of Using Slang-,
If-rex Its .
Harry IIowevr did you come to send
Miss Timmidde into convulsion Isat night T
Jack Why, he eaid something about
rover having allowed a man tokisa her.aud
thoughtlessly yelled "Hats,"
A Now Prophet,
frron i. . )
Mr. Urown I'll never forgive you for not
getting me the sealskin jou promised.
You'r too mean tn lite.
ilrowtiTbat' nouienae. I knew all along
we wouldn't have any winter.
Now is the Time
To purify your blood snd fortify your sy.Um
srttn.t the debillUUmr eflect of sprier weather.
At no other Mason is tb bitter tatte in tb month
xnor prominent, tb, hraath so off.n.lve. tb
aroway dltunaaa so frequent, or that ittme
tired feelin so prevalent. Hood' 8anpariUau
Just the medicine to build op tb system, purify
tb blood, cur biliousness and headache, evtr-
I come that tlrad feellur and crsate a rood appeUU.
Uood's BanaparlUa la sold by drurgists tlttli
for So. Md by c, I. Hood Xo.. Lowell, Msu.
AN ADROIT SWINDLER,
Oruol Hoaxes Praotlsad on Dead Eng
He was a detective, yot thero was noli).
Ing that indicated his catling. " I have
had many fruitless hunts for criminals,"
s-ild he modestly to a Boston Olobe re
porter. "Thoro Is not a slnglo detoctlvo
but who, it ha told tho trulh, would be
compelled to admit tho same.
' ' I remember one caso w here I w as em
ployed to hunt down n nwlndler who had
victimized many wealthv peoplo In Eng
land, hut Ifn.led. I think, however, I
Irighleued him oat of tho business, for
ha stoppod his crooked work,
"Ills namewas Haven. He subscribed
to a number of English. Scotch and Irish
newspapers and purchased a copy of
Btirko's Pcentgo. When n notlcn of tho
(lacoasQot a nobleman or wealthv com.
moncr npimsred ho would road tho
obituary uoticp, study ti the family iu
tho Peerage, or If it was not thero ha
would do tho. beft to find out what he
rotildofthn man, and having done this
ho would dictate a letter to tho dead man,
his confederate boing a very beautiful
"Tho letlor purported lo bo from a
woman whom the dead man had ruined
nud sent to Atncrira to live, and the let
tor would stato that she had not received
hor uinal nllowauco fr so long a time,
nml that as, a consequouce sho and her
child were snfferlng. At tho closing she
would say that if i.uo did not hear from
him very soon sho would return and ox
" It was n oruel schema and in nine
ensos out of ten worked successfully.
The relativos rather thau havo tho uamo
of tho decoapd dragged in tho mud
usually sant'wbiit money was nsked and
then, after tolling tho womnn that the
gentleman was desd, would negotiate
with hor for a settlement.
"Haven secured many thousands of
dollars in a couple of years. (July on two
occasions did relatives cross lo the States
to invcslignto. On theso occasions
Haven's mistress act oil tho part of tho
wronged woman, borrowing a child to
accomiinuy hor. Sho was clever, but on
ono of theso oocasimiH sho slipped, aud
tho young man from Europe, suspecting
the conspiracy, employed me, but Haven
had disappeared. "
FROM THE WORLD OF LABOR.
tlaVort' Union No. Dj gained ten daw member
IUkem Union No, 3 reduced Its Initiation fee to
r.ntM' Union No. 4 hai gained the eight-hour
day and $J,75 dall naaet.
l hv weaven of tbo Iarron fillk Companj, at
Piteriton, N. J., Mveloit thelratrlke.
Cooper Union Nn. 1 han made a aatlifactorr
aarertnent with the fl m of Ktlimllt JtBchwauen
Ilookblndera comnlaln of bad treatment and atar
tat ion .figee at the i actor of Vernon Iiroe.. In
That the C. U U. appreciate the ier-lces of Hi
omcfrerasiroTen bjr tbelr a 1 moat unanlmoua re
The contractor of the panta-maklng Indnttrjr
hate declared a gentMl hck-out ag atnit their it ru
ing workmen nnlc the latter abandon their union.
ftTwomembereof lteerlirlrrra Union No. 1 have
b?eii flned i each fur driukinit pool brr. I'ha
oftlin of the union ha Lwu moved to 171 AlWn
Committee wero appointed yeeterdajbr Bakere
Union No. auto vUlt h baletV ihopi ot Jerae
City with a view to Induci the men working there to
Join the union.
The Arbitration Commute) of the a U U, will
be lor the nuxt mi vearj c.mipoM of E. E. Ford.
I. Tlmmoni. Thomaa Doylf, V, J, t-'llerdl and
Thegrievanceeagatnit membera of the O I U.
will belnve.itlgateatIdurinrthenrxttlin.ot thibrUr
ilkka. (1. W. Jkltddleton, li, David. J. t. Cam li
bs. 11 and J. A Hamilton.
The right of the worklngman to Sunday reit will
hwdlAOUhaedbjr Kennet Meckenzk. and other to
raormwevvolngat Aiavnolattou Halt, Twenty. third
alreet and Fourth tweuue
The International Drolherbood of Doekilde
Workera la represented in the C, L. U. by
LatvrenoA Hurray Willi. Davla. Lawrence Ilia
glna. John Keg an and William Iano,
Delegate Tucker, who la a waiter, Herman, a
brakes or ker. Can oil, a carpenter, Fleyd, an iron
worker, and'Emrich, a furniture wyrker, couipue
thttnetv Organization Comrolttaeot theO. I. U.
The delecatea rf the Cwtonpterre and Papier
maohe Worker' Union. htc.n was newly admitted
to the U. L. U. aevurday. are Hubert Dldler.
Albert Joerger, Adq'pti Uartb, Martin liurtonand
Charles 7 ay.
llarber William Pfannen Schmlt, of U17 Tenth
avenue, writee that te rune a Union abop. and
thlt it was mistake to aay that bla sign bad been
taken away fio-n him by tbe Journeymen llarbera
The employoea of T. D. Peddle x Co., trunk
manufacturer, of Newark, N.J,, to tbe numler
of torty-ttve or titty, am un strikn fur an advance on
outdmvn work and aj-aiust the nianutucmre by the
rtrro ot a style of trunk made in a Maaeiobusetts
The new Credential Committee of the Central
LetorUulon oousist or M. Damut, Clgarmakers'
Union No. 144 1 Harry 3telel. Walters' Union j H.
M. HiolTers, Machine ood-Wt rksrs Union No
Hit J. J. 'rry, Amalgamated Carpenters and
Joiners , N. r. Mahon, Htair-bullder' Union,
Thenewoffluers of the tlrookliu Central Labor
llulonarei tt. lUrjnd. Cfgaruiakers' Union No
l.'l'J, Corresponding Hecretary; (iporgo Phillips,
IIatKintiheie" Association, rlnsnclar Hecretaryi
vvrji. Nolan, Halle MoskulOlub, Treasurer, W. li.
Woods, Painters' Untou No. 4, ISergeant-at-Arms.
hlitythre shops were represented by over two
hundred rietegstee at the local Clcarmakere Con
vention which met yvit.enlsy at Maennerihor Hall,
In Kity-stiin street. 'I ho reports from all shops
hsvo shown that trsges liavo IWvn cut Ui.wnover
:.'.1 per tent, during thn last few years. It Is es
pected that the c in arm alter will make a desperate
hght to regain what they hey lout,
At yfstertlay'a aunual rnaiftii.etlng of the
FraruoiV Unlun. or New tork, IttoiLlyn, Jersey
City and Uniou Hill.hcMat Clarendon Hill, It wss
resolved to work eiiht hours front May 1, and to
strike If tbi lKst4 fait t" grsnt their tiemanil,
t , a test of Carpi nters' Unltns, No. U.l, U-JO,
4t!4. ainiandrjiareportedthat tbeywill Joiu the
t ranters' lu their right for eight ho jrs.
Ibe report published by several morning papers
that the Uk'WMavere' striae, at rtuUlach's factory
tn College Point, nad Ln nettled is dnclsrea to be
unfounded by the memler oi the union llier
five hand red cttlsins of College Point held sn
indigustmu meeting on Saturday declaring that
the strikers are peaceable, orderly nen, and that
thn calling In of dutoctlv and armed touttablvs
was only a measure intended to tnjure the rep ma.
tlou oi the workmen. Tha town authorities) were
requested to withdraw the said oftors trow the
factory, as they were not wanted tbsre.
A largely attended meeting uf the Sailors and
Firemen's Union took place at Wicksbrsudt'e Hall,
7 'third sttsct, Hoookeo, yesterdsy, and many uew
members Joined the org sn (rat Ion, ttt-afarlng men
can join by applying to M Collins, AU t Mt street.
New York i J. Johnson. 1H Liberty sttoet. New
York i James Cogsii, -i7l noting stmt. New York,
Tbnrlack KoMvig, KIT Madison street, New York t
C. Norbsck. lH Summit street, Hrookln, U W,
Held, U70 Spring street. New York; It. Mctlregor.
U I Clinton place. New York t A - Hansen. OU Hud
son street, Jersey City, F. Tauberg. .12 Hamilton
avenue, Brooklyn. Q. Uiljam, &H Oonimerelal
street, K oil on, Mas,
At yesterdsy's meeting of the C. L. U. Delegate
JiniH P. Archibald saldthat tha lat report of tbo
factory Inspectors wnularstlKt discredit upon the
epaclite of rn idiot He sUo advocated the
l-assett bill, saying that if it waa nscesssry
to secure its pssstg he would walk to
Albany in his bare fet tn urgs the Governor tu
igutbat bib. A mas meeting in support oi the
bill baa been calUd bt th Worklagwoiusn's
Koala, to take place on Marb 111 at Cooper In.ll
tuie, whan Col, Kobert It, Ingersoll, 'ibaddeus
It, Waksiuao, Samust uoiupers and seveisl
women are expected to speak. Delrgit J. P. ,
Arcblbald and Hugh McUregor were appoluted by I
the Centra! Lafeor Union yesterday ta peak at the
meeting oa beball of that organisation, huh
unaaimously indorsed the bill soon after It waa
efisjfcd tn the Senate,
Its aaperiev exoeUesoe proven In millions of homes
for snore than a qsarter of a century, li U used by
tbepnited btatee Got tram sot. ladoraed by the
haadsol the Great 0aUer4tlee aa the btreaaest,
Pur4 and most HeaJtbiuL Dr. Prloa's Craaw
baking Powder sioea net coataln Ammoula, Luae
or Alum. Saldc!? In (a.
PlUUt: liiilNU POWDcsU CO.
KW TO. CsUCAbO. IT LO7U
FaToritism in Lodges Deieloped by
" The Efening World " Contest
Do direful to Have Votir Dallots
Definite and Ieglble.
Voters hi The Evexixci Woblo's Lodge
and Clnb Contest cannot be too carefnl In
giving tho correct title uf the organization
for which their votes t cast. The simi
larity of name In many esses may canse the
crediting of votes to the wrong organization
unless tho full uamo of the Lodge, Club or
Society la given, together with it number
(If nnyt and the exact location of It placo of
Harlem Council. 211, C.B.L..leid to.dr
with 4.r)2 votes, followed br the Train
men's llcllef Association. 51. E. IU, with
n.oil, Tho John I Wenzcl Association
holds third position with 3,823, and the
Manhaaset Club, of Brooklyn, Is a good
fourth with a. 040.
Every reader of Tn. Evening Wohlo may
voto for hi or hor lodge or clnb, or the or
ganization to which hi or her friend be
long. TnE Evzkino Woblo will offer a choice
of two prize for competition among tho
lodge, club, saaemhlles.couticll and other
civic organization,, whether social, political
or labor orgaturatlone.
But one organization might prefer Thr
Evfmnii onin Banner, while a nno piano
for the club or lodsoroom would bo more
atiorrclsted or another.
Tur. KvEiixn Woblu will give In this con
teat an elotrant stsnn of color or banner,
richly cmbronlored and mado by the well
known Ann of Orumbach A Grote, of iun
Hudson atreet, thla city. Tho flDeat silk
will bo used, and the embroidering will tako
from six to eight week to do.
Tho other prl7o which may ba cho.en In
"lace of tlio color I an shoo Weber piano,
o erstrung ecale. three string, patent ac
tion, ndniaybfi had in nvewood, walnut,
nmlioaany or clinv. at option of winner.
The fact that It i manufactured by Weber
nttsranteca that it Is first class in every ro-spt-ct.
Tho winner of the prize will bo de
termined by ballot. Thn snbordlnsle lodge,
clnb, assembly or other local organization
In Now crk. New Jersey or Connecticut
which receives the hlahoatntimbcr of ballot
hall bodcclarod tbo winner, and shall de
termine at It next regular nicotine after tbo
ballot la closed whether it prefer tho banner
or tho piano.
Wheu tho winner ha ben decided tho
winning organization mar decide iu full
meeting which nf these two rural prize
would bo preferablo a magnificent banner,
sultablo for tho character, of the organiza
tion, and t.) bo mail by one of tho best
manulsctnrcrs in America at a largo ex
pense, or a lino first-class piauo for tho
Anv reader oThe Evknino Woblo may
rote. Out each voter can f3te once onlv.
The rote must oe upon the ballot printed tn
The Eveni.so Woblo.
It muni contain the name of the organ
ization roteit tor, thi order or oroantiatton
to which it belonge, if It be a tuhordtnate
organization, and Ui location, like thlt:
"tl. J'aul'i Lodge, Maeone. Auburn, JV.
1.," and the name and addreu of the
The rote mav be call tor anv Indlvlkvat
eoclal, political, labor or other cMc lodge,
attemblu, council, club or other organization
in the Stale or JWifl J'orV, A'ew Jertey or
tlrand Lodge, Slate encampment; or
'oilier Slate or Rational organization! cannot
Enrelopet containing ballots must be ad.
dretted to the Lodge and Club Kdltir
Evesinu WodUJ. P. O. box 2,334. A'. 1'.
''& " J". IroquoU Id. MO. X T...... 811
IJBO tjrw.niohmond llllllvj,. :jl 1,N V llA
AOU W, btsndudlMli.Sill. N.V..... 73H
A O V, Court Or..nilcKO, 7p. W T.... IBS
A OK, Court CnraB 7,1150, NT... 10:1
A O P Court Lsls.tt. fi,U0H. N V MO
AOr. Court tlaldMsrlon. NY... l'.'O
A OK, Court Hrltanns 7,1127. NY Jo
A O K, Court Astl.y 711iS. Jeer Our.. 73
A OK. Court Wrsnr7.4U4, Broolilrp.. 74
a O F, court flea Philip It Bb.ridsn
7. lhi. N Y..... ........... 323
AOK. Court Adaut 7,270. Drooklvn..... 70
A O f. Court lieu. UeC'l.nsn 7.2H5, N Y nrl'i
A O K, Court Paonl.OmlO, Jscr Cll;. 1U1
AOK, Court TK U.ssher, llrookljn... (14
AI.olll, America Council 7S. NY 75
A I. of II. United Counein.(l:i., NY .. 7iM
A 1. of II, Hturveeant Counoll '. NY.. Hi
A Lot II, Kqultsbl. Council Mill. N I... Ml
Al.ol It, HenrrCl.y Council UJiIl.rJ V.. 7A
AO It llltl.lon 2. Ynnkeis. N Y 1
AosolaHoulslCluh. N. Y , 04
Acttv. Athletlo Club, Peterson. N J..... 41H
Adonis Hoolsl Cluli, boulh Amooj. N J.. AO
-:ma Alhl.llo Club, UruoklD Ti2
Albany Boeltl Club. NY...,...,.,.. .. , 231
Alumni As'n ol th. Worklniman's
Kohoo', NY ,....U. 'J?
Amatsnlh AsmcMtloD, N Y 3.4
Alert Club. N Y ,. OI
Alert Athletic Oluu, KlUsb.tn, ft J '.'til
Aire Clnb, Urooklvn., U'-.
Amphion Ciuti. Urooklvn,.,., , IQ-J
AinpblonbnoislCluli. Ilruoklm 1111
Arlington Lesrue, N Y 141
AtWaClub, N Y.,.,....,.. Ml
All.oll" Athletlo Club, NY., iy"
Avslon Plessur. C'luh. llrooklrn 30.1
AlphaHoclsl Union, Urooklin. HO
Aluli. HoclslClub llrooklrn. 7.)
Arllnatons, ThllMilon,NJ )
Autocrat', lb. NY. ,....., .71
AmanlaAlbletioSocialClub. Il.rlem.. . 13H
Itrooktrn Proires.lv. llneiesl Club....... 4.10
II or li 11 T. N.wart Idf 21U, .
srk. NJ ...,, ,......,, !i4
It M Tllrucnir Afat(ou, lliookln. ... 70
11 1 O F. Ilrooklju l-od,. ."., HrooSljn. 22A
l.'ithsrMllutlerAuooistlon, N Y .... lUl
W.lter J.H.st Assoolstlon.llrooklm. .. 7il
Columbus tlo.llnc Club, Urooklin 10
Conundrum Club, NY . . , ,, 147
III1U H.rl.mCounoll'JU. NY....... 4.6112
OrMO.nl f luiur. Club, ilellouisl at, N Y 2011
Carlla Llt.rarrHo01.tr. N Y..... 31t
Continental Kasoo t soil. Urooklin II.;
Corinn. Hocl Club, WilHsm.bur-. ..... 7J
Cleveland Batt.rr, Cerlb Amtoj, N J. ... 1H-I
Comet Pleasure Circle. NY...... ..uu, 10t
1'n.o.nt Hoclsl Club. 221 lioUth st.NY, 1.21U
Critic Club, N Y 2UH
l.lor. Club, N. Y,., , 1H0
ColT, Kl.krlMtlon!! J.isarCitr 140
(111 l'Auocisllon.N Y.. ,, .,.v ,07
Carpst Upbolstsrsr.' Asuclstlon, NY,,, 10?
Cavalier: 1-be, NY. All
Cowl, ll.iurj, N Y,.,.,...,. ......... au '
Concordl. blneina A Muslral Boel.tr. NY A.
Cot ntr Cork Men. Auoclatiou, NY.... A.)
Urn UooiClub, NY , OUT
PuorderCib,Tonipkluslll., B 1 1JV
I) r Uunan Atsoel.tion. N Y,, Util
Dublin Men's AuoclstWD. it Y 2rll
llauml... flessur. Club. N Y. I,l
D.m. Cent. Gusrde. Yonkers, N Y. HI
D.lmor. Mu.lcsl CluK NY., OT
Kurek B HO. llrooklrn.. (It
FstoMoc Dost Club, I'stereon. NJ 72
Flui ll.uur. Clrcl., .I.rs.f CUT ...,-. 'i
Kiihlh WerdrioclalOlub,Trnlou,NJ., U4
but Knd Club, ot Itsrlem , rU
,ftr,Alh1l?u,.nub. tfaBa'ttlU'SJ.' illl
FrmlnM riMtera Club. N 102
W AKllUAsao.latiea,H Y ...,,.......,., N7.
(Ibailee K Eltlm As.ociatloo, Nf. 61
V A A M. Ilu.rn Lodi. 440. N V.. ...... 121
Faili ItookUod Cdi.Nraek, N Y. laTi
V A A MTWortU Uod,. '1U. ft 1 Y, , 121
'I bow, rtemlna- Aaiaiioa, N T ,,,, 111
M . Keetbw.oB Club. N Y 17H
Kri.nd.bip Host Club. NY.,,.,.,..... . ' :i
ii.lbui tl.UICIul, rlstbeeh, L. I., ., At
UotbsraRceUlaVxi.,7. NY....... Ill
U A It. La.sjr.tl. Ko.t 140. NY...... J2.J
OAK, ().BTeM.eber Pot 3U7. N Y 610
OAK. Krsnk Head Ko.t 0rJro.dillli. .. (Ml
U A H. A H W.la.ui. Pn.t SIH, NY. 117
(ln.nlMl8ocUICIob. N Y ., ..S2
Golden llot-r.Club 200. N V...., ..,,.,., . 22H
(.4rU.ldIl41t.rj. Perth Atubor.HJ l.unij
Janie.JUomun As4o.lsllon, NY - 41')
(ll.nola HocUl Club, llrooklrn... . All
Andrea J Humi Aswiolstlon. NT,..,.. in
livers, of U.S. bbo. rUI.em.n, N Y,,. bill
HowUnd Utersrj booi.tl, N Y , . leu
U cb.l Club, Tr.n on. K.l . 1,404
ilurv llo.srJ II and li Co, Fol I jCb..Ur,
ii2u.mithV'0nVoV.'hfY','k,oYK. '.'.'.. ' liii
llU.slbs Club, N Y..... U-t
OOF, llotesrdf-o.ii.di). .V Y. ...,.,.. 113
Id Or, Uonlsndt l-od. 0, ri.kss.dl,
id O K7o.Vs'.Vi'lVf(. US', y.iev Oi'ir.' udl
O O V. I4.cb4.ie.' IxMlie ll:i. NY ., 2:tl
O O K, LIQUID Lod. T!t 13, Ilrooklju . nil
IIOK, CutoaUollai 21CN Y 120
(101, Naueu lodfe 100, Princeton,
I (I O K. eioJIiabV.'Cadte Ml,' tf Y.V"' ',' 115
I (1, 0 V, Crjnilo UiJd 73- Peekaklil.
I OOP, rsiu.sorlh Lois. 12a. Jui
llOV. Cruuder LodaerJl. Broakla., Ixl
ORU, Caaealcue TribeillS, VsUt," .:
ORM. r-ttishoocbsTTlb.fl3, N Y 11
ORC.CbeiokeeTcibeJ, NY"l"iiu.- IS
O It ii" Stunlouonun, Tribe 142. If Y. 13.
rein6TeeOIUNY.. ...,...,.,... lyu
tn leiAMocUtlen. N .,......: , 1 Jl
PUwure Club, Oreberd si, IV Y. ..,.., Ill
OUK. (b.nwpoujiboer(e420. ifY.; 77
O O T, PioaMt UuUe, 42, tUT... , f
OUT. taatsTLodf., 201, hreosjjn.. 10i)
Jfi the tnott popufar SoeUl, :
t Political, Xshor or otAer Civic
i Lodee or Organization la New
i York, New Jersey or Connecticut. '.
; Mt choice
! IiOCATXO AT ;
Those desirous of voting In thl contest
must fill out the above ballot and Incloso it
in an envelope addressed to tho Lodge and
Club Editor. Evemno World, 1'. 0. box
3.334, N. Y. City.
tinlolne Club. NY. V
Jollr Ito.ers. NY , ,'2
Joseph Jacobs Association, N Y 11
Jerom. Clnb, llrooklrn 10J
Jollr Twelve BocUl Club, llatlnaon
Hudvon.. -ji-i-'viii J7V
Jollr Uoaedere'H.lalf)iub, NY ill
Jefferson Clnb, Drooklrn ,,
K of II, Madison Lode. 1)00. N Y ... 40(1
KnCll. Ivvlxde2, 1;7, Be; oklrn.... 241
K A I. of If. HI John'. Ud. llllf, N Y. 211(1
K A l.o'OH. rtoHl, lloh.,keo, N J. . . HH
K of P, Luoullus Ixidte, N Y.. , , HO
K of P. Uncoin Idte22 I.H V., f;l
K of P, llnd.on Lodse, 2HS. N Y. ..... .. i
K of P, Black Prlno. Lda 15(1, BVIjn. OKf
K ot I', Metropolitan Lodee 200, N Y.... 1.203
K of P, Hlchmond lodg e.Tottenvllle.B I Ii34?
K of P, Cajua Lodge, Auburn, It Y,... 22j
Kof P. IxxU.ot tbe Cattle. Bomervllle,
NJ..., u , Aa- J3S
KnfT. Krsstus Brook. Oimpanj ....
We-tNewllrlehton, 8 1.7 103
KofT. CalrslfCo 40, Brookljn 37
Knlf hta of Lusb, Tank Lodcel, Hobo-
Kensln'irtoti'AVhfeilo'tfl'iin jerse'r ciitf" H2
KofP. HhCoiIxMlee, N Y 10(1
Keepers Anocl.tlon, N Y .... ....
KlncsCounlr (Ireland) A.soct.llon. NY 20
Lsfsv.tte Beueflclsrr Assoclstlon, N V.. 122
I.Ol.lildeon 10. NY...... ffi
LOU Deirr Walls 2. N. V..y Ij4
LOI, (IrsntTrue Blues 7, N. Y UT)
LO 1. Apporasttoi lH4..0reenpoinr. LI.. 34
1.0 LWashlnaton Pnrpte Bier 600. N Y. 71
Ufsjett. Social Club, Jersej Citr
I.rtloQusrt.tOlub. llrooklrn . ......... 12,.
lineifloclslCiob. V.llTih.t, N V.... Kil
Ixn. BtirCluh. llrooklrn 0
Lotos Hoclsl Clnb, ltarl.m,,,... n.IJ
pontine Lllersrr Union, N. Y....,, 2n
Lsnna PLanur. Circle, boulh llrooklrn.. 24,
Irlon nt Justice, Manhattan Counoll
1" NY ....j "4
IJ.a.rkrans. Ksjt hHlh at, NY.... fij
Martial K A 1) C. Tompklnsfllle. 81...... (1.1
MO VLvrsA.eoclatlon, lloboken. NJ.. 125
Mlchsel J. Lrncb Assoolatlou, N Y 1 1
llaasn L.aue. N Y Ill
ItobtJIcKe. Association. N Y. 4(11
Minerva As-oclstlon, N Y J0
John J McCrotisn Association. Y H.14
Manhattan KhontlnrClnb, NY 5i!
Msdlson Socleli, Y. ..,.,,,..........., .1 1.0
Mohatvk Moel.l Club. 137 W (J7th at, N Y 1K5
William II Minor Association -0-i
Manbaseet Club, llrooklrn 2.040
Mrrtla Social Club, llrookljn,..,.,..... . (17
Model lleneHt Asnclatlon (K of L), N T 277
MohaetkClnb. 101 Ave A, N Y 630
Nomads, NY, , !
N Y Telerspbers' Club 3fto
Nlssr.Lsne. NY.. ... ... 240
Ninth WaraPlonwir Corns, NY 128
Norms. The. llrookljn. .................. J4i
Korwea-lsn-Am. Beuini.n'e As'n.lJ'ljn.. Hfl
NNNNSoeislClub, WMewBrllbtonBl 47
NPU. USCounctll. BrooklvTi.......... 114
N P VT. Klne. Countr Councllllp, B'kljn 1 2 J
Thoe UO'Nalll Assoolatloa. NY.. 27.1
Ord.r of Tontl. Urooklvn Lod. 38.
llrookljn i"Wii 1,?I2
OK8. AretnrusOhari.ri. NY.. 458
Ord.r of Iron Hall, Branch 125, Jerse
Order'oVUrsnK'Ko i'.' Vv'Mt'Brlinto n n
O UK'lUVu oianVlVi'fbV 4VV".i;il."" "li3
Oriole Xlterarj Union. N Y 143
Oriole Glee Olob. Brookljn. jOO
Owl Pleasure Circle, Brookljn 100
Owl Clnb, N Y...., 70
Psstlma Athletic Uinb. NY ;.' lit
Pickwick Clul. Wst40lhstre.t, NY... 141
ProrsHool.tj, llobok.n. N J 110
PsetlmeClub. Morrlstown. N J.,.,, 244
Psstlma Club. FoU(bke.p.l.. N Y...... 200
Pioneer Democrstlo AsMclstfon of Hud- .
mn Oountj, J.rser CltJ.... 001
Pioneer Tempersnce Union, Brookljn., . 311
Puritan Athletlo Club. J.rsejr Cltj. 311
I'ro.neo Hoclsl Club. N Y ,. 3.
Pjthlan Sisterhood, Calanttia Aasemblj
1, Brookljn..,., (3
Jsceb Ranschkolb Boclelj, NY. ......... J2
It.adj llallef Association BER, llkljn. 34
It ATColfat Council 1220, N Y.. 03H
K A. Kqu.lltr Council -.40. Brookljn.... 148
It A. Port Ctie.t.r Council 708. Port
Oh..ter. NY .., , 31
J.msa K tl.llej Asuxlation. N Y 1-4'.ti
.1 A It.ardon Assoolation, N Y , ,2d
n.ke.of Klloar.. N Y. v--, l.VTii
ikl. Uhne As40cl4llon.PortHlolimond.BI 143
HBO. NY............ Jftlf
Hllv.rBtarBnrUlclnb, llrooklrn lllU
Hhenandosh Plassuro Club, N Y 112
HOIt, (lodbv Council. NY...,, .34
HofV, Kic.lslorClsmp3I. NY 15(1
HofV. Iteno Camp 102. N Y . 1 1H
HofV. OempH. Psteeson, N J .,.,. 14,
Ht Antbonj'. Yon 11 r M.n's I.jcum. N Y, lll'l
HtColureba'a Y M Union. N Y 12.
Hliivv.sanl As4oclstton, NY 51
8lCathb.rlClub, N V ., ................ 30
JohnKHulllTSn Awwolstlon. NY ....... 117
Hicro.l lUsrt C'sdets. Morrlstown, N J .70
Hsrstoce Roolsl ('lull. NV....... 117
Htnjv.ssnt Social Club, NY - 102
Phil Bh.ndan Club, llrookljn,., 124
tJteleo Island Atbletio Club,Uvlnstone,
B I ...., 32
Brookljn...,, ,..t....vii K!
Wm A Hraleh Association. NY., v.,..... - 63
Trsmrara'slteliel Assn. M E It, NY 3.01 1
Tliompwniu, Houtlna Club, N Y... 2U
Twentieth Wsrd Kicker Club, Jirookijo, 378
Tompklnsville Hoclsl Club, Tompkins.
vllfe, 8 1..., , .., 140
T of u Kioel.ltir r.mnle lO.Hl.pUton.B I 08
Trpofrrapnical Union No. 0, N Y . 22n
Toun Clnb, N'Y ,,.vn"Wii" 1-lS'J
Tw tj-lhiVd iVsrd Klekine Club, N Y 2,070
Tuttll-rnttlttB snd HO, Si, 07
John Tborp. AsMiclatlon. NY..,, (in
Tranton Ya.ht Club, Tvenlon, N J, ...... 300
Tbomaa Jefler.on Club, Barealh V.rd,
Brooklvn .,,,u. t..jjit'. n"Q
II O K f, C.rroanl. Vrloe 1U3. V0, "H
VoluntMr 1r.ru.n'a AesoeUtioo. NY,. :iH7
VolontMr Plessure Club. N Y .. 108
Visitation Ljc.um. Urookljn. 132
Vlkln,,, The, N Y v,----' IV
V.t.ran Corn, 001b K.flu.nt, NY, 33
Windsor Cljb, Astoria. LI,..., 100
Wsdd.ll Assocullon. N.w York -I"''
Joan L Wenrel Aseoclatloo. N Y. 2,822
Ws-hmatoo Ua,n., N Y. 2U0
WlnrlMrPiesxuraCinb. Brooslu..,...., 3(1S
Waehinaton Tamparano. Unloo. B'kljn. 1 1 1
Wast Bide Working flora' CluK, N Y 30
West Il.rlem As4.Mli.tioa. N Y. 102
Wssblo.toD Bowlloc Clan. NY Alt
Werne Athletic Cluh, Jerser Citr 74
Wslcorn. Clrcl., NY . 1Q0
XsvierCUh. NY ....."AfVV- r- 1,001
XIII Tompklnsville Uoclal Club, BUpie-
ten. HI...... 133
yonn Men's issociatlon. Bsjonne Ollj,
NJ ,, ,..,. . , 730
Youne Men's Deraoeratio Aseoclstton of
tb.T.nlb Wsrd, Brookljn ., 8.1
Youns Bachalora. N. Y,...,.........u.... 3111
Youn Men's Deraoeratlo Union, N Y ... 157
Youn Olmtone 11 B O. H Y. .... ... ...... (14
Yo-ina Men's lndep.nd.nt B Club, M Y. , 32
V..uo Man'. Circle. .ler.J Clt j., 81
Zettl.rltifleClub, NY 33
His Presence was Inspiring,
(1-re.tlA. Jeweller. WuUy,
Manufacturer (to hi office boy who per
dttently sets the clock backward in the
morning and forward during the lunch
hour) I cant niiderstaud why. the clock i
alnar behind wheu I arriveat tbeomceand
ahead wheu Heave it. , , ., , ,
Uttice Boy (Innocently) I reckon it thinks
it ought to hustle while you're here, air.
An Unconscious Catspaw,
irrus. A(..f' KeeAy.l
Brown 1 always make it a rule to conceal
nothing from my wife; I tell ber everything.
Jones Ye, aud I can't y that I like you
" Why. your wife tall everything you Wll
har to my wife, and my wife Just rake me
over the coal for lt
Giles-How did you mansge to gat your
poem accepted br the new editor t
tabhi-iM hiai th eld 4itor bad de
DE'S A GRAND ARMY MAN. "
nvarxE r MAttoxnr, ofvxbht 1
VOST, 80, OP JIltOOKLTXt J
of City Mork and JSvervbod Know W
tttm in TtrooKtytu For fferentetn M
Tears ite Vottortd for Catarrh, but
Never (tot Any lUUtfTitl He Went to 1
-Org MtCov A Witdmnn, 1
Probably there Isn't more ponnlar or better I
known man in Brooklyn than Kngene V. Mahoney.
lie tea prominent employee of tha Hrooklyn Hoard t
of fMy works and la connected with the WateT
pete-rtment lie Urea at 1M00 Atlant-c are. , Drpek
rn, and he la a prominent rnsmber of ferry Poet,
rteHt, Grand Arnir of thsriepoblK ofBrpoWFn.
lie est one of Uncle Ban.a Bold-ers daring the
lata unpleasantness between the JtortB and tha
R-nlb and fought for three years tn Company O f
the 170d Begltnent, Wew York Volunteers,
C. V MAIIONKY. RW LTLANTIO AVK,
A reporter had a long ehat with Mr. Mahoney at bla
home. Mr Mahoner Is an entertaining talker, end
during tbiconreraation sitd, "KnreeTenteen rears 1,
1 doctored for catarrh, but In all that time I nerer .
Sot any relief About twotnoolhs ago I went toDrs, t
IcCoy and W I dm an. At that tlrae I waa safFenna
so that I had to go tn my work limping with tha aid
nfaoane. 1 wasn't able to walk. I was troubled with
ditty spells In my head and 1 had severe headache,
" My head was ..lopped un all the time so that I
brestbed with great difficulty. Catarrh got enctt a
bold on me that It affected tny whole system. I haa
severe pains In ray limbs and in my aide, and md
dally about mr heart. I was trembling and sauua
all tn time. I felt miserable.
Kverr morning 1 bawked up phlegm and I waa
spitting all the time. I bad catarrh ot t he stomach,
too, and my stomach was very weak 1 had no ap- ,
petite whatever. Nothing tempted my .appetite,
and as a result I fell away to I HO pounds X
Unally 1 concluded to go to Dm. McCoy and I
Wild man, and th first week I was under tbtttr J
treatment 1 got great relief. I felt relief In tb first
three days, aod in a week my appetite had returned '
and I cafned nine pounds the first week 1 was nndr
treatment. Tbe treatment bad snch a wonderful
effect on me that I wae truly surprised.
" Sow I feel a hundred per oent better than
when I first went to Drs. McCoy and tVitdman., Im j
a different man altogether. In fact, to make a long g
story short, 1 can't give Drs. McCoj and Wlldraan fl
f raise enough. They have done me ao maob good
bat I have sent a number ot ray friends to them
who were suffering with catarrh."
Mrs. Maboney, Mr. Mahoney's wife. Is very entbasj
astlo over the changed condition of ber husband,
and pralaee Drs. McCoy and WUdman highly.
McCOY and WILDMAN,
5 East 42d Streot,
Near Grand Central Depot;
853 Broadway, corner I4thst, t
Domeitlo Benin g Machine Building, j
NEW YORK CITY, J
187 Montague Street, f
Opposite Academy of Musla, . m
WITH BUOCEBB. I
Bpeelaltlea, eatarrb.aU throat and ohest dls.asse. 1
all nervous diseases, ohronio dlsea...
lrjo.rllveatadUtano,wrluforasjmptomblaaiB, . I
AddnseallnairtoNo. 5Kast42dt. ""J
OOoobours Dtoll A. St., 2to4 P. M-..7U0
P.M. daily. Bnndaja.0 loll A.M.anJ2to4P.iC B
USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL j
Ai atyllah as can be found, thoroughly ot 1
struct A exclusive, novel and original In design, 1
and at very low coat, 1
PAEL0E. FURNITUBE. j
AJIONO OUR MANY PARI.OR SUITS ARE I
ROUE TWKRTY PATTEKNB DESIOITKO I
FROM THE LATEST AND RIOHKST STYLES, '
SO EXOEEDINOLY TASTY. BO VERY NOVE1.
AND ELEGANT THAT THE PRICES SEEM
1NOLYDO NOT REPRESENT ONE-FOURTE 1
BEDROOM FURNITURE (
W bes; an Inspection of our bedroom suit. Am t
extraordinary variety, Included In which are 10m i
fifty entirely new styles tn antique oalrxullogany, t
curled maple, nut birch, whit and goldf adao
showing n elegant Una of English brass and Ireaa
beda at from $18 to 000.
ESPECIALLY ATTRACTIVE AND OOU
PLKTK IS OURLlNfc OF FURNITURE 'FOR ,
DiNi.va. noons, very btylish side
boards AT 918 AND UPWARD. DININO-
C1IAIR8. UPHOLSTERED IN BEST LEATHER. j
3.30. EXTENSION TABLES. BIDE TABLES, f
COUCHES. CHINA CLOSETS, A., AT WO t
DERFULLY LOW PRICES. J
BUY OP TUB MAlCBn." H
GEO. C. FLINT CO.,
FURNITURE MAKERS, 1
104, 106 and 108 Wist 14th St.
Weare off.rln our wood, on terms to mnH mil .
purehasr AT OUR REOULAU UASUPRIdEnV T
OATKLY A WILLIAMS,
138 A138 WEST S3DHT,, Opp. Proctor1 The-.
tftoai He rkllaJ,lpkla li)uir. '.
A linbtning-rod sgent spent several hoars) j
in endeavoring to persuade Alfred Elliott,
of Malvern, to have rod placed on his farm
bulldina. but he was unsuccessful. Two
hours after he had gone one of the building
wasatruck. Tha agent heard the news and
returned, but the farmer was still immov-
7N0 ssid he. 'lightning never strlksg
tnico in the same place."
rmUe loisier. Sulssataa.) ,
Crimionbesk Why do they call this ma- I
tcrisl they nuke sldewtiks of Americas N
.Vtast Isuppoin because when yon strlks
tbe back of 1 our head ou one job. see star. '
"iv. but you see more thau forty-two
(rVast At nttnd4 HatUtt.
Fapa Come here, children, and give this
lady a kis. This Is the new mamma I prota.
Per Klein Karl Bat, papa, sh iint new.
. All nn.aaess and wakafuln.aaln children ? I