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price pink ckivt. new youk, jioisimy, aicjist is, isod. "" price on ecent lll
1 STOCK REPORTS.
Sliier the Centre of Interest in
the Street To-Day.
Tho Stock Markot Rathor Woak
and On the Doclino.
(Sugar Trustees to Form a Plnn
flin great card t ttie
Exchango to-day was
silver, and tho cer
tificates got up to
SI..0J4. and thus tlio
good work goes
bravely on bdccu
1 atora ami sller
initio owners reaping
the beuctlt 11 f the latest
financial policy of tlio
n. O. 1'. in tho mean,
timo tl e 1 roaMiry is
hauling in enormous
amounts of money fcr
excise mil oilier du
ties, ami keeping van
suma in Its vaults to
tlio detriment of tlio
business interests of
Tlio Treasury Derartmcnt purchased
1 40,000 otiuces of silver at 41-1 R5. 50.000
! atl.l!5. mid 2UO.OOO atfl.1075,
The stock marl et was generally weak and
lowcrvilth declines ranging from Hto
' pet cent. Loudon mild somo stocks but the
mill rennon for the weakness Is tlio Kticity
; of loanable fund'.
Call loans to.ilny advanced to ir and SO
pericnt. and latct yielded to 8 and 10.
In the tlnal transactions stocks wore In
better rontnst and a rally ot '4 tola pur
' Iho Central Trust Company Is issuing Its
engraved receipts to. (lav for Sugar Trust
ti rtillcatCK deposited under the reorganiza
It is understood that qulto a large amount
of cu tilcatis have bet 11 deposited under the
aniu nnccment mado by the Ktigar Trust
committee some time ago. TIiokb deposits
bate betu mado subject to the plan of reor
ganization yet to bo announced.
'I he agreement between the sugar trus
tees. Kidder, l'eabody & Co. and the Cen
tral '1 rust Company pro ides that the com-m.tte-t,
consisting of T. A. lluveitieyer, F.
g. Jlatthiesseu, J. II. Thomas. J. K.
bune,, Jr.. J. A. Stursbcrg and Kidder,
renbodyA Co., shall, with all convenient
peed, after tho deposit of a majority of tho
hinrnr'liust certificates, piocztd, under the
advice ot counsel, to mako a detailed plan
oi the mode in which the property shall be
a 'luiuUtcied and shall organize a corpora
tion or association to cany out the plan
Tho agreement further provldos that for
til put poses contemplated the action ot a
nia orlty of themcmbcis of the committee
lull be binding miles such action is disap
jroud by Messrs. Kiddir. l'eabody A Co.,
or by the Cential Trust Company, who thus
practically have a veto power.
11 ecertlticatea were weaker at tho start
and declined to bH. but latei rose to 82)4.
L'uckejo oil was trailed in for the tirst
t.1110 at the Htoik Exchange to-day. and
brought -i'-!-1!, a 30)6 a 40J against ni4 a J
for 1 ennsylvauia oil.
Money closed at t) per cent. Total sales
of lited stock were 1 -,', 000 shares, 18,000
burrsiaof I'ennsylvaniaoll and ,,-' JO, 000
ounces of silver.
THE l.'LOSINO QUOTATIONS.
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"" tooriiius with the statue of Llajettv.
njen the I'epublie of France has presented
'otaa United blatei.
r' '" now in the hold of the ael I
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BIG MOVE ON FOOT
Fowderly Confers at Buffalo
with the Chiefs of the
And All Are Coming to New
Tbe Brotherhood May Take the Strike
from K. of L. Hands.
Powdorly's Ultimatum to Vlco
Frasldont Wobb Court
eously Rocoivod. y
Wobb Snys the Bloodahcil by Plnk
erton Men nt Albany Wn Per
IsricuL to Tn wonLC
Huftalo, Aui, 18. Chairman Sargent,
of tlio Brotherhood of Railway Firemen.
andT. V, I'ondorly arrived horo to-day,
Mr. t'argent mid nt noon :
'There will couveno iu a few minutes
tho Executive Committee of the Supremo
Council of tho Brotherhood of Hallway
EmployeeR, couait up; of one man from
each of tlio bodied represented in tho
brotherhood. Those present nro Grand
Jlasler Sweeney, of the Switchmen'
Mutral Aid Aasocintion; H. E. SiK.nsou,
Grand Mnhterof tho Tralumen'n Aksocin
tiou. Geotpu Howard, Chairmnu of the
liicthprhood oi huihvay Conductors, and
" Wo intend to do what Is right. Wo
are cool-headed, careful and resolute. I
liavo called only tlio Executive Hoard
of tho Supremo Council thus far. If
deemed best at mooting, I shall summon
the eutiro Council. 1 Lmvo convened thm
nieetine at Mr. l'owderlv'a rfquest.
" Our order represents fairly well tho
working force of tho railroads of the
couuiiy. What we will do I cannot yot
Just then Mr. l'owderly and tho others
tintned uppearod, and all went into secret
Tuo outcoino will bo awaited with the
Mr. Kweenoy places oil blime for tho
hwitchmou's Rtnko on Kupt. Burrows,
nutl Kas no more commitiees will be tent
" Tho men did ripjht in striking, " says
Sweeney. " it is now a question of en
durance, and the men will not give iu
Mater Workman Lee, tho Knights of
Labor man who ordered the tirst Central
strike, is here couferriuc with Sweeney.
lu the Central yardi. trns morning very
little wns tlone. A tew freight trams were
bent East, but the yards uio still choked.
I'oRsoncer traffic is about nil right,
LiTui. After two hours' conference
Mr, Sarcent appeared, lie aaid; "We
havo decidod to go to New York to-night,
nml will reassemble there, to-morrow
" We co to New York because it is the
headquarters of the trouble. We simply
cuuvuKKed tbe situation here,"
" Will you confer with Mr, Webb?"
' I hnvo nothing to do with Mr. Webb.
You inns dinw your own conclusions."
" is there harmony between l'owderly
and the Brotherhood men?"
" Perfect harmony iu New York, I
mav en 1 all the members of the Supreme
Mr. l'owderly refuted to talk, savins
Sargent was spokesuiuli of the party.
It is believed here that the Htrike will
be taken by the Brotherhood out of tho
Knights ot Labor hands,
GRAVE FEARS AT ALBANY.
Strikers Terribly Wrought Up by tho
Itrri'iAL to the rrifi woat.il-
Albany, Aug. IB. 'J he Central. Hudfon
.Railroad strikers here are iu an ugly and
aggressive mood this morump;.
'J hoy are suiarting under tbe attacks
made upon their fcympathizcrs Saturday
and Sunday by tbe Pinkerton guards,
and Uneaten to wreak veugeauce on
these special detectives at the fitst oppor
tunity. 'ike points alone the railroad where the
recent rio b have taken place are patrolled ,
byatdrouc detail ot police to-day, but.
despite ull precaution, further disgrace,
ftil outbreaks are feared.
Tbe wbolo iltv is iu a state of unrest
and business is beginning to suffer ieri
ously as a result of the threatening a-i-pect
of the local strike situation
All the five injured spectators shot by
riuUrton men in Saturdays and Kuu.
da 's trouble, are reported as doing well,
except John McCarthy, the twelve-) far
old boy, who was shot in the hip. His,
condition this morning is reported pre. '
Hubert Pinkerton. iu the course of a 1
i'ouversatiou with Chief of Police WiL
lord reg riling the recent disturbances, '
said that bis men had been assaulted con-,
tmuaily and that the iirearma bad been
placed in their hands that they might be j
used wtcu uecessauy in self-defense snd
in the work of protecting the Company's
lie declared bis readiness to turnover
to the police any of his men who had
committed any crime, and promised to
investigate tho hhootmg of Mrs. liosau.
He said be was sorry that the men under
him found It necessary to use tbeir arms,
and he was more aorrv that it was innocent
parties who were made to suffer by it. It
generally happened that way.
He assured Chief WilUrd that be would
.. jut, .-ft-fc-SL3 i jt aditsdial
I heartily co.opernta with him In bis efforts
to have any further troublo avorted.
He was willing in tako etery lnnti under
him out of the city immediately. If tho
railroad cnnip tiv desired it. lie was lu
their employ nml meant to do his tlutv,
mid wtuilil Mniul by his men against wan
ton attacks nt tough.
If his men were stoned, he fo!t war
ranted in tolling them to act in self,
Ho added that In several instances it
had been reported to lilm that the city's
polico mo elv looked on without trvinc
to tiuell tho disMirbaticcs, lu cases where
bis men were osaiiltod.
'1 hero were now fifteen men under the
doctor's care in the hospital cr in t'liloii
8ta Ion. ull of whom had bcou Injured Iu
Biitlng the interview, Chief Willord ox
pressed tho belie that if the Pinkerlons
lial never been brought hero the local
pu ioa fttrco would have found it an easy
matter to Rtinnl the Ctmipiim's propoitj.
He oxprcsiod lear thai further trouble
would ensue nml tl.nt in tbul cTeut tlio
local authorities could nut bo held re.
sponslblo, as he hud repeuicdlv in'orinrd
i-npt. llissell that tho Couipiiuv'H propi r y
won d bo wellgiiirdcd if noontsido fnico
wns brought ticro to inflame Iho passions
of the strikers and tboir xvuipatliirors.
The moit of the -triking Knights dciro.
cale the d surdcrly occurrenecH that havn
la cly taken plai o and are anxious t have
a peaceful condition of affairs njiilu re
l'hey aro much wrought up ovor tlio
'1 ho w ork of ciearine away tlio grent
freight biockaile nt tho West Albany yard
progress r slowlv.
"Thovnr clearinj: this yard," said a
leading spirii among; the strikers, "but
thoy nro blocked at Karner'". Lot them
clear Karncr's, and tbey aro blocked at
' 'They may clear East Albany, but they
will never raise this blockade -they will
havo to surrender boforo then "
Passenger trains are all running on
The striking Knights. T). A. 240. issuod
a bulletin from their headquarters st
noontime saying the situation was hourly
crowing brighter, and that a largo num
ber of new men were deserti' c tho Coin
jinny when they let-mot Lov thoy hud
been duped into the uudcr-tanding that
tho strike was settled ami Unit tl-ev wero
needed to take places of the ringleaders
who uoro not taken back.
On tho Company's part. Supt. Bi'Roll
snld that up tonoontimo tho ruilroail com
pany had succeeded in sending twelve
freight trains Went from tho West Albany
Most of tho cases of Pinkerton men
nrres ed for tho shooting jeslerdny wero
adjourned this morning: hut '1 nomas
Hatton.wlio shot the bov Dwvnr.was held
without ball to await tho probably fatal
result of the wound.
IN NEGOTIATION WITH WEBB.
Knights Holland and Wright Tako
Him a Lottor from Powderly.
Negotiations havo been begun for a set
tlement of tbe striko on tbe New York
Central, and there is every probability
that it will soon be at no. end.
With tho nrrival this morning of A. W.
Wright, of Toronto, tho Canadiau mem
ber of tho General Executive Hoard of
the Knights of Labor, tho quorum uoces
snry for tlio adoption of positive measures
was established and prompt action was
At 10.55 Executive Committeemen Hoi
land and Wright went from tho hotel to
tbe Grand Central Depot.
They entered Vice-President Webb's
office and naked to see tbe latter.
Mr. Holland, after introducing Mr.
Wright, said: "Mr. Webb, this commu
nication, which I baud to you "at the
same tiuio handing Mr. Webb a largo
envelope -" coutaius the result of the
deliberations of tho Executivo Hoard of
tho Kuights of Labor and coucortiiug the
htriko on jour road. Iwih vou would
read it carefully and let us know jour
answer os soon ns you can."
Mr, Webb replied: " Gentlemen. I shall
read your communicatiou carefully oud
reply to it just ns soon as I have finished
reading it. I shall probably have rav
answer ready by 1 o'clock, after which I
shall forward it to you."
'Iho Committeemen then withdrew.
At tl.nt t wo neither the committeemen
nor Mr.' Webb would give the contents of
tbu letter. It was said, however, to con
tain n suggestion from Mr. Powderly
that a couiereuie bo held to sett o the
qiieslioiif at issue between tho Knights
Haves, Holland and Wright again gath.
ered a tne ht, Lloud Hotet to await Mr.
Mr, Wobb, aftor telling the reporters
early this morning that he would be glad
to meet Mr. l'owderly. waited about his
oflice, apparen ly iu the hope that that
gcutlfiimu would show up in uorbou,
A projected triu up the road nan aban
doned anil Mr. P. I.oi mis, tbe road's
general counsel, was near by and in hail,
iug distance, so that if the bi Knights
caiiiu a regular anil formal powwow could
The conference between the General
Executive Uoardand the Executive Hoard
of District Assembly ho, Jlt lasted until
A good porliouof yesterday was spent
bv the Ueueral hoard m looking further
into the trouble, nml it was 3 o'cltck this
moruiug when Messrs. Powtleny, Hol
land and 11 ay is tumbled luto their beds i
tired and exluiusied.
Abu consequence ho trio of lug Knights
wero tardy m gittmg up this inorinus. '
Mr. J J. Midland, the ll loridau member ,
of the Hoard, mine down the 't.nrs of the
St. Cloud at 'J o'clock, and he informed mi
Kvemnii Won! n reporter that Mr. Pow.
lit rly was i tist getting up,
Mr. Ho land expressed himself as in.
ilignuiit at the bloodshed caused by the ,
Pinkerton men at Albany last night in
shooting at women and children along the
line ot the railroad, and deuouueed them ,
iu vigorous terrm.
" It is an outrage," be said, " that these I
men should be allowed to act iu the man.
uerthut tbey are doing in Albany, it is an
outmge iu American civilization, ami,
proiuiit and striu.fut legal metkiiresi
should be adopted to 'stop the shedding
ot blood by tLuM) in serublo beings.
" If tliere wercsuy need of military or
such aid by the cum Dan v it would be a
, d ffeieut thing. Hut our 'men are peace
ful, quiet and law abiding urct it's not
1 their purpo e to ue violence. Our
men have shown themselves 'uch and a
law sbuiil I be passed prohibiting Pinker
tonhnnuds from shooting down men and
women unjustifiably, reiklrbsly and
, When ice-President Webb was a-ked
f to express an opinion ns to tho bloodshed ,
caused by tbe Piukertou men at Albany,
j ba said
"I think the sclim of the Pinkerton
men iu tSriuR w.ui perfectlv justifiable. ,
I " 1 he crowd w throwing stones audi
I Jooringnt tlieni, and thoy worn threaten-
I lug an nltack mi the Con psur's propetty,
to proloit which tho Puliation men weio
" When T was in Alliauy tlio other day
I I forosiw tins trouble."
An l'.vrMvti Would reporter was told
by a high-up Knight that the General
Hoard is in communication with OmuiI
Master Sargcnut, of tho Firemen's
Urothorliotid.and Sweeney, of the Swltth
moil's I'tilon. 'Ibeso two otllcials will
meet iu Hiiffnlo to-day, nml it is boiied
that they will join hinds with tho Knights
In forcing the Central to settle tho
troubles liv arbitration.
At tho Central otllces In tbe Grnnd
Central Depot this morning the rcportirs
wero told that truffle was going along
suioothiy, and tint tho frclyht service
was mnidlv gettius luto shape again.
A. W. WrlL'bt, the Toronto member of
tho General Hoard, arrived iu th a city nt
'.'. 15 o'clock this tuiiriitug over tho New
York Central, ami wont to I lie St. Cloud
, Hotel, 'Iho presence of S right horo con.
s Utiles Iho quorum of the lltnrd, but
Mr. Devlin is not expc ted to reach here
f ri in Detroit until l',ls evening.
At no in Mr. Holland created n genuine
1 surprise by auuoiinciug that Mr. Pow.
deny and General Secretary Havos had
gone to Buffalo last night to confer with
Chief Kargent, of tho Ilrothorhood of
I.ocoinotivo Firemen, and Master
Sweenej , of the Hwitehinrn's Union.
At noon Vice-President Wobb answered
tho letter brought to him by Messrs. Hoi
lutid and Wrignt, of tho General Execu
tive ltourd, fiom Mr. Powderly.
At 1 o'clock thn two knights said they
had not received tho reply, and iu ro.
sp nso to it question vbethcr they would
mako tho correspondence public, Mr.
Wright wro'n tho following:
' It is not in our power to mako tho let
ter of Mr. Powderly to Mr. Wt bb public,
ns we have no copy of it: Icmi1'-s the lot
tm is the property of Mr. Webb, and it is
for him to make it public if he chooses to
"The answer of Mr. Webb has not yet
been received, hut oven Whin it is it will
bosddr'ssed to Mr. Powtlerlv and will
not bo opened by us in his absence."
hen Mr. Webb was shown thn s'ato
inent of Mr. Wright lm dec arcd that, as
far as ho wns conce'ned, Iw would not
civo out tho correspondence until Mr,
l'owderly bud received his commtinicn-tiou.
THOMP SON STREET Wtl
That Big: Cargo of 23,200 Wat-r-melons
Has Arrived at Last
Tho dUaoDolntmc.it in Thompson street
watermelon cucles no.- the nn'i-arrliatnf
an invoice of yo.nno " Kohter Oetna"
from the Bouth Saturday was entirely dis
pelled this morning when It was learned
that the melons lial arrived and would bo
auctioned oQ at 10.1 Paik place at noon,
Tho melons were lnsiccted by many deal
ers at the Erie freight house, on 1'avonia
avenue, Jersey Cltj, this mornins. 'lhcy
occupied twenty Illincis Central fruit ex
press cars and aggregated S.'V.'OCi choice
soerimens, including several the had been
plugged " by coiiiioissours oloug the route
for tastlm; puriio-f".
'1 ho me tins wero gnariled by. big nollce
man and tin en colored geiiilenion. on.-or
whom, Hjlvestcr .Mcl.anc. is an anthoril;
on the 1iicIouk gourds,
Mr.McIann voluuteeied thescevplanntory
remark during a dental iiiipiciii) i o. a par
ticularly choice and watery melon
'Deaomelluusamdnislostcrinicii . an'nn
mistake, sah. In fact (kwuIi). salt, they
am-ni -m-ni (atiiipressed. salistled emo
Then hu wont on to say that they were
raised In "stiff "soil, which is.ainlv with a
clay fo ndation, in Charleston, Mo., and
ought lo brine; 18 to 'JO cents spleee at loast
at auction. Their stems were still gr en,
showing that the) had ripened on the vines
and not on the roait.
'Jhe unions will averace treuty pounds
each in weight, and are Lartkinarly large
Asthcr are sold only in lots of over .100.
it will bo several its v a before any iltv it atinns
are ineued for any Thompson street soiree-.
s n ,
ENGINEER F1HHEGAN KILLED.
Bohoadod and Cuf to Piocos by a
Train at Sheephead Bay.
Coroner Itooney was summoned to Sheens,
head Day to-day by news of tho liorriLlo
death of Patrick Pinnegan, an engineer in
the Manhattan das Woiks. Piniiegaii was
struck by a Manhattan Tleach tram at the
Hhcepshead Day crossing atUo'clicU laat
niulit and killed blatantly.
Hu head was cut completely off, and his
feet and arms were mashed. It was the moat
horrible affair that hat happened thla
Finnevan was thlrty.five years oh), and
lived at Connelly's boamiiiK.hoi.be at
It is supposed that hi was just returning
fr m Manhattan lleach and was getting off
the train to go home when he was struck by
a train going in an oppoaile direction.
His body was torn and mangled and when
picked up presented a ghastly light.
LAID OUT WITH MINERS' PICKS,
lanruT. to Tin rild woatn 1
DiRUiNUUAM. Ala., Aug, 18. The
Coroner lias been tailed to Johns, about i
twenty-eight miles from thia city, to inves
tigate a miners' light, in which live men
aro said to have bee i killed or fatally hurl.
'4 he story is that a liirht betwee i two raj
tioiH. bevuniiia nine, was lluiahed above
ground in a terriblr brutal fa. hum.
A party or ten men, forming one side In
the row below, got no th) shaft tirst ami
waited, picks in hand, for the men on tbe
As fast as the latter appeared above the
mouth of the shall llity were laid out by
blows on the head, Indicted with, the picka i
The following wers the clnngn.notaiioni i
for uiiiuug stocks at the Consolidate I Ex. '
change today : i
ill. JW. I IU j,ii, I
Aiosrteaa 'k..t IVm .hi
(lac Ot lUlsUioMt, u 07
Alios , S BO - lsu, ooa . r.' .14
SdlDlCo 1 SI LilllrC'H, i .it ,:iu
Astsrtt .0.1 Uiialsultua . .to
a ,l - b DO .Nstsia ii
IJod.s .15 -IN Mr aiXJi
Uim .110 Odium , tl.00 -
bruuiroii US 10 F.)iiuilu. .1 .,,1
O.I , H II H - P. Anions J, 10 J gll
Vol. Od .Ud - Ku,&u,lh .Oil OT
Cuu 1 14 Kbt.'uOoa .11 I
block. 10 - blsausrd. ?u I
ll.udi '.'0 Oil - Mh Kiuk ,0U
tn-riu -.'auu - bturaivunt 05
UssJ.Tsr - 1.U0 b..li4o Ao
.4 r it . tf r SaqHsbs. ,4V jO I
t it coil - lYhiltr I'oM Ull
KI-Crl-lo 75 - VI llor-a ,ba 0 I
1 D.Sm.l tl - Ull. L Uo I
ll...uj J7 40 olL..V .TO lit
Ii lit -' ."ill bbabuss. 01
Uooit.mM 10 0O Hsi.C'rsck 110 115
IturuauT :i-t. 3 60 Su,Iiaa pi) IHO
Iruu.lir inn -.Wuit toa ii ,50
tioolUI itl -J - i
IK A ROSE
Golden Reel Showed a
Great Burst of Speed
at Saratoga- .
SMALLGROWD IN ATTENDANCE
National the Only Successful Fa
vorite Out of the Six Events
.. Decided To-Day
larsiiAL to vns trrmno wosin.l
HanAToiU Hack Track. Aug, 18. Alight
fall of tain last night sottlod the aniinviug
dust and the weather was cool and delight
ful here to-,lay.
The racing was roanmed with a programme
of six pnrie races, and tlierowasa fairly
good attendance, but tho off days never
draw to well as tho regular days, when tho
stako hones start,
Tho track was fast and tho betting lively
enough to keep the twenty. live buokmakcis
Purse 1100, for maiden two-) car-olds; fire
&atlrt Wetghll TorAy. Strnlittit, I'latt
I National. . .,..1 10 .Allpti Ti g ran
'.' .Vaiaforianllr HIT Tiril 4 l 7-5
:i Htratput colt. lliT Hlisusr 4(1 1 HI 1
t) Atlmr Moinlnr. ltl4..t)rrton, nil 1 lu-i
II Maud II IIH Molluii.l.l ,'Jil-l 8-1
II Cultlonc. 1114 Ilonnllie 'M 1 IU -1
ll Major lliornlon 110 lllssn.... A I g-l
0 (;iiriir UI4 lloer 4-1 7-5
0 Ounrr lllrl. .. 1U4 rrtbs H I fi-'J
0 llalna ... 104 Kterrnon. .10-1 8-1
Tho Ilace. Misty Morning, National and
Capncts nas the order at the start, but
Caprice was in front befme gettiug nut of
t e chulo and lo I until woll into tho stretch,
whero National came again a id rlnaliy won
miller tho whip by a length. Matagorda
filly was second, a lenuth be I ore tho
Strategj colt. Time -1.0:tJ4.
l'o.ils-Natinnal. 4IU: Matairorda filly,
t 14: Held. I'JA. Mutuols paid; Btraight,
I'nrse S500. for tnrio-ycar-olds and up
ward: mile and a furlong.
, jii'tisr- -
.Vlsrl.r. ITMl Jatlfyt StrmllM Clin
1 l.o rti HeH, 11, Thomison T I 'J 1
! Kiiilnrnia,,.. Ml McUonild. 5-1 lli
.1 Hoollid" 1114 Allsa a. I 4-5
0 Alinimt .... Hi. Moan .... 41 11-5
ll M a.,,,,, illl htinniu, T 1 'i 1
II 1-liny ... 101 .W.nl "0- I 5-1
'Iho rtsre. Mora and Imminence went lo
the tiont togetlic at the start and ran like
ati am In the lead until well nigh into the
stretch, where J. mini nco drew uway. but
Ouldm Hod came with a rush lu tho lat
furlong and won, limler lilini-hniuiit, by a
neck Invn Hiniticuie, thrco length i before
1 loodtlde, 'lime I57H.
l'o ils rioodHili, !.: Almout, 10;
flelil. J'.Ti. Mtituils paid: Htraight, "-'. 50.
rure IIIOO; for maiden two-year-olds;
.VUi-l.r WAr SlrsltfVf rlir
I I roniiin-r 111! All n ... 4-1 H-"i
! VuisllaHI'y .HU Hrn . si,ti 1 'J
II l.aily llnls llll falsi .. 5-1 at ."",
ll l'.l ili-o llll Sl,in !.'(l-l h-1
ll alallc . 107 Hon n . Ill 4-1
II Ma sis Ward 104 HlstV . .Ill I 111 1
OSirlias .. IH7 Ili.n.i.. ,n 1(1-1 4 1
11 Lntslirr 111) .Uct.cn 110-1 lu
0 I.iim .. 107 Hies y . .411 1 15-1
lllniliHitls .. 1117 Ofrrton I',' 1 4 1
'1 he Ilace Lady I'nde, Koririluner and
Vanella Idly were Hut ant but tlielaal
named soon ran into tlio lead and hi Id II
uii'll well into the stteteh, where 1'orcrnii.
tier came sh ay slid wnueaxilv by tn length
1 1 inn Variellarilly three lengths before Lady
Pools ariella nlly, t5: Forerunner:
til; licld, -'."i. Mutiuls paid: btraigh',
tlilee.yiar-ohls; one mill.
Siirtnt. irtr Jr(.v tttmtqhl ft if
1 Pfutlfflti.... ll.i tltsrloii 5 ! a "i
M htigsiiia .i HoHr.... 'J 1 1 J
,1 IllrnitalJil . Kill llarn- 8 .. nut
0 Alf.lltl.lili.. 111. V liamsiil 8-1 :i'.'
'iho Ilace. The Algebra gelding riislml
to tbe front at the atut nml ltd ailo.e nuiiili
to the hiad of the streleh, wtitrc be quit,
and l'rnnk'ato came through and won by
lial,' a lenuth troui Kmreiiia, ho was to
buToie llleniallnii. 'J me 1.45,
I noU-Vlgebia gelding. 11'.'; Held, .'."i.
Muttielspsid: Htraight, ifil.nu.
Ill Til iiaik.
Purse n'n: for tluet-jiar-olds and up
wards; bii furlongs.
,t trl'TI U'klt Jnrkryi MruilA' 17m,
1 Carnot 111 llulluu ....1-1 II V
a l.quvnil 1114 ll I" IU 1 4
.1 Itrji. io ....111 lliinmn. I' 1 Li
11 Kins Hu ra . 1117 llioxn . .'.'() 7
II l'rl l Oil Simsihuu ,' ,i ', fm
0 fc.tsrjr .. 1(1'.'. . Allan . Vll-I H I
II llsll us .... Hill sirut Ill-l 4 1
0 CsnibiM 111 T uini..,u 4 1 1" 1
II 1'imh llll Ward .All 1 SO I
1 Kimbraiiis Hill hi ek pll 1 40 1
ll su.tlua.... . 111'.'.. SI llonsM 1-1 4 1
(I l.jnn.... HI OkiIoii. Ml-l I". 1
Ullu.le.l ll'J lirsl U'-l 4 .1
T lie Ilace- I'.estacy was first assy at t lie
staitwith lleiutiiiliraucL' eeoinl slid linn,
wad third, liiiimal ran In the trout st
once and taking a decidid lead hu shown)
the way until well mtu the ln tvh uien
arnot cuine tin iiik'Ii ami won under b iluve
by a nick Ironi Imuwad a length bclou
lledradou, I line 1. 1.'ij.
Pnola-l'tari et, '.'"i; HusKrd, 10; lied,
fellow.; Held ,.'.l, Mutnelo paid:
htraight 114 Ml.
Purse 15n; selling allowance; mile and
Stutttwt irtlj Jotlfvt junil'ihl 1a
I lruk Wall lllx l.r.l .. hi g-i
J lltiulsl . .ill. Aim .... 11 I y I
;i iifslx . II.' Wsimiii 15 I ll I
n CortH.II,, . . hi IILi. .-41 7 1
I) liriuus.t 117 llsuiia 4-1 8 't
II h 11.1 a ir hi ;i 1
0 I..HHJU1 ila . .. II". VV 1 I sin. '.'- I 111 I
II IjiII. I ill. llll Muis 4 1 8
U Itojial liantr . Ids .llisrluu In 1 4 1
II l-slrrll .. .. II' MilluusUl.,111 I HI
II l.lsilut I 117 Hum inn 1 40 1
0 Usrriiiar 17 blf?soun 15 1 II I
The Ilace. 1 here wa a Iim delav atlhe
post, btitthry vi re iviil sw.iy iinahv with
Uymnat in the lead. At the Hurler Little
t'reUi wa in front ami she sbowrd the wa:
until well Into the Iretch. w irre Hitrt nil
a general cio-ing up ami 1 rank Ward won
nude' the whip by half a Iriigtli from
Hamlet, a length in front of Afalcee. lime
Pools Hamlet, I0; Little Crete ami
fart cello (l each; lisij, f'.'5. Mu'.ucls paid.
Showors and Cooler.
WASBltaTox. Ang. 18. Poi- An ern AVwl
i A ; Shutters untt e o rr. i
Jhe weather to-dav.as induatcd by Wake-1
ly s telc-tbi-rmometer: !
IMiJ. IHijai lh'0. J 880. 1
i a. w i7 117 n a. m tJ! n5 I
8 a. m .mi o ll'.'u ,5 Ui
Ator.fi lot psst Iw.nlj lour boan. 75 5-H it
frsss. Ansi 1st cort pood. o tints Itilixr, 70 d
JPIXK EliTOX A HBITliA TIOX.
' Or -l f-"v'
HAS PEARL I14N ELOPEO ?
Tho Young and Protty Danoer
Missing from Coney Island.
A flutter was created among the variety
actors and actresses along the l!ow ery on
tho shifting sands ou Couoy Island to.
tiny by tho announcement that Pearl
In man, tho well-known Vnudovllle
actress, had oloped with Jntnosltobertsou,
proprietor of tho " A corn " saloon on that
Penrl is uno of the famous Inman sis.
ters, vviio are known throughout tho
country as the champion wing dancers of
Peurl is a remarkably pretty girl and
but nineteen years old. Three weeks ago
sbo and Hobortsnu left tho Island, and it
snid vvoio to havo been marnod at that
It wns lota nt night and a minister, it is
siiid. could not ho lounil.
Miss Intuitu then went to her aunt, a
Mis. Connors, on Twenty-third streot.
Now York, nml thcro remained for the
Pearl's aunt telogrspbed to her mother
at Coney Islmni mid hIio ramn to New
York ami took bur dausbter hack to Coney
Smco that time it was thought that
Pcnrl and Kobcrtaon had triod to forget
each other, but last night it was learned
that a clandestine correspondence bad
hern carriid on between the two.
Pearl Inst uisbt performed on tbe stagn
at the " Casino" place Snd nbottt mill,
night it was discovered tb it both she and
Jtobortsou wero missing.
Her stage coMuiuo was found in her
room but all her strcot dresses were
in kh ng.
Mru. Inman nt once came to the conclu
sion that her daughter nutl Itobeit-iou had
eloped, ami visited Chief of I'nlico Mc
Kmio at Police Headquarters, and related
to bim the nbove facts.
A si arch is being made for the couple.
DWYER BROTHERS TO PART.
Aftor This Season Mike and Phil
Will Run Sopnrate Stables.
Turfiiion were surpriied to-day by a dis
patch from Saratoga stating that the Dnjcr
brothers, Miko and l'lnl. aro going to split
up their Immense stahlo of thoroughbred
and illnaoho partnership at the end of the
What the reason fcr this it no one can say.
The separation is perfectly amicable, it is
said, and no iiuarrclt havo occurred between
the brothers, .
Phil Hwyer will taktr his young son iu
iartiicr!np with lino. 'J ho brothera
have male separate entries for the
stake racei at Saratoga next year.
At tlio einl of the picmt .ea.o'i the olderl
hot sis will be sold at and mil, and tbe yiar
lings and two-yer-nl Is will be divided.
I lie Dwiui HiothcM have been together '
fur maul sears and then names have been
lioiisthold wunla in the hniiieaof race-goers,
'lhey started with a few oil "nags" and
had wiindrrfiillv g ml luck. Ilaciug men
nil! bo sorry to sit. ihem part.
FIREMAN YOUNG MAy""dIE.
The affray on the l.'ritish steamship Ilho.
dm a, which occurred yesterday while the
o.cl waa anchurtd off Liberty Island, was
ventilated before Jurticu I'atteriou at the
'Jombi I olice ( ourt to-day.
Jamet oiinc, John "Mullina and hnion
l'owalski, firemen on the steaintr, became
involved In a row after they bad Uen
ordered lo clean the gratings over the sL. I
lights. i'uwsiski tin.k ouni; over the
head, in til t tig a I'onii'Oiiiiii fraililrc.
Justice i'atteisou sent Mulliin to the
House of liUctitii'U as a wituea and held
I'liwalski to await tbe result of oung'a iu-June-.
It i lint tho', gin that illtig ran
leiuver He is att haoibus Kttiel Hospital.
CAN ORDER ANOTHER STRIKE.
Justice Power, lit tho Harlem Police Court,
tins morning, dfiuisicd the complaint
agaiuitJa. 1. Archills! I, Walking Delegate
nt Iho i'aver Hangers' I tiion. Hiitrict Mai..
ttr Workman of I.oial A-n'iiblj '.'to, ami
liecurding bscretary of the leutral Labor
1 I nion. ami Kdwsrd JlcLsugii in Walkliiit I
1 llelcgati. of l'io.'relie Painters' I'uioiis, I
No. laudU. who wen stresiedhatitrilay on
enuip's nt o uituihrts of i.oial I -' of tho !
llrott.rrhood of 1 'miner..
'Ii e l nion is inm.iossd, it is said, of men I
i wli.i wtte dluuMit fiom uiher unious fur
workiuw for less tliali union wagm.
(nine ol ihtlil we e fuiindal work haturday
ui a budding at L'mht) -ei mill treet and
N t ii I Ii avenue, and a strike jf the other
mini i n en was ordered.
Tne uitu struck aijaiust then caused the
arrest ol Archibasl and M I siighun for
oriierm.' the strike, but tlio charge wnti.d
tint hnl I. snd the) had lo be discharged this
PURIFYING WALL STREET.
Work on tho chimney of the Auay Office
waa cuiuieted to-day. It waa found necea
aar to ad 1 about tuirty-rtve feet to the
i lumht of Ihs cliimuc) in order to make It
i properly disseminate tho ortemne odors of ,
j the siueltiug vat.
' The new addition of tbe chimney is pro-
vn'mt witb toiidensing uiacbinea and that
Ihuroughl) ethsusu the enluna arising I
from the rurliinz of lbs metals. ,
1 1 is eipecttit that any olleudve odors
will not uusi bu noticed b) octupauts of d-1
jaccut buddings, I
FAY'S $25,000 DIAMONDS.
' - '
Tho Tomploton'a Jowolo Wero
Being Smuggled Into Port
Henry Hcrschy, a passenger on the
steamer Normaudlo, which arrived to-day,
was nrrcstt d by Custom Inspectors Uronn
and Donohue, charged with rmuggllLg
d amunds valued nt from 620,00-) to
Herschy is said lo ho a messenger for a
London jewelry Arm nml tho diamonds
were to be delivered to Fay Templeton,
Ho was takan boforo United States
Commissioner fihieldp, who placed him
tiuder (5,000 bail for exuuiiuatiou to
morrow. '1 ho inventory of the diamonds noUml
is ns follows: Uno diamond necklace,
containing thirty diamonds; two diamond
bracelets, four rings, two pairs of enr.
rings (solitaires), ono brooch, oue watch,
set with diamonds ; ono small gold watch,
oue pair of cull buttons, ono pair of gold
opera glass, ono laca and pearl fau, set
The diamonds aro of unusual size and
brilliiuioy nud magnificently set. They
are estimated roughly by diamond exports
as worth between $20,000 mid 25, 000.
From a letter found npou the parson of
the smuggler It vus learned that be was
(ho valst of Howell Osborne,, whoso es
cspades with Fay have boon pnntod from
time to time. It recommended to her tho
care of and provision for the vhlet in
some nice line of occupatiou hebt suited to
The inspectors refuse to disclose
furthor the contents of the letter. It will
lie produced at tho prelimiuiry hearing
before t'ornmissioner hblelds to-morrow.
Tho valet takes his arrest very bitterly.
He claims that ho was acting in tho trans
action only as an agent.
SWIMMER' DALTOH'S FEAT.
Tho American Succeeds in Swim
ming the English Channel.
rpr'lIAF CABLS NSWS SSSI-n?. 1
Dovrs, Aug. 18. The Channel is being
carefully scanned to-day br hundrela nf
anxious watchers who me nitrp -nd in the
attempt of I.allun, the American back
swimmer, to make Ida a) across from
The day is everything that could be lie.
sired for such ait undertaking, snd the sea
is absolutely calm.
I At 1., 10 v. m. it was reported that Daltnn
was about three miles ol) II) the, about four
miles from here, swimming well.
Notwithstanding the long passage he
ahowed little signs of fatigue,
ll. HO r. m. Ilalton landed on the beach
He waa twt.uty.two and a half hours in the
WAKING UP THE PARTY.
Appeal by the Democratic State
Committee to Erlnur Out the Vote.
Chairman Kdwar 1 Murphy, ot the Demo
cratic btate Committee, lias ih.ued an ad
dress to all tho Deuiocratio county, oil) and
town lommitteea of the Mate, calling I
particular attention to the new election '
'1 he local committees are urged to see that '
tbe proviainiis nf Hit new laws are properl) I
administered by tho authorities charged
Parliament Prorogued To.Day.
faraciati aih-e to th rvisiso wohls. I
I.iimhj.n, Aug. 18, -Parliament nas pro
rogued to-dav. 'I l.o (Jmeu's sptoeh waa!
tea J as nana!. It contained nothing of
s rtial moment. Ihe only reference to the ,
)thrmgea trouble nas the .tali men t that'
Her Majesl) had coiuinted to arbitrate the
difficult) with Auieiics.
Local News in Brief.
Ttirr will ts lou in I'arsJits Park st 8
o'iIihs o uts'bt, m ur leruiltlius, by L'oa
uor s Ms-lilh LrrflUivut lis id
lie io'lis o' lbs llizaUth street station
strsiirus Uloie Justus Istlertoa at tue lu.hs
lultit Ikmri to-uay no Ua than tort) li
irlsous s srreate.l ta I luswsth and Mulberry
atresia vralsrdsy lor idioxilsiIou. A nas ol ilo
saa imposed ou scU iruoosr.
Standings of tbe Clubs this Morning,
Percentages this morning of clubs inths
rtaisss. j'.i SAllOKtt- rr
Lift. nm I Wis r-nr frsl.
Bo.too 5it :I7 IIIK.' Ilrooklja tl.' U .O...I
l.nicxo. ."i'i 4.' ..MI7 Uoslow... HI 111 ll.'ll,
Btookliu 5il 44 .51111 ftiils. 5'l :I7 UI.". j
.S. luil.V; 4 1 547 I'mciun'l 'is 17 .till'
fbls .! 4il .5Jd taicuv. 51 41 .5lt
Hiltsbsrs 41 48 4ill.s Voi.4.' )4 4.1s
(.liHlnilJ 5V 4 L sisisoJ.lO ll.i llll
LuBaio , gtl U5 VhU fltUburj IU 7j ,'iri
AMtSKAK. rtr ATUiSTIC t'tr
IT"tXwsl. rsl Ms Xsst (Ml
Loalsillls HO 'tl U.'ili Ballua'rf HU '.'.I 751)
M Ia.uu.S4 J7 5U.I IUi.oH.1 g4 t'.'t
Atalstw 4s 44 5.' N.w.rS 4'l It M
Tolsdo 4V 4 1 All Ubsuoo 40 .is. 511
Cl'oibas 47 45 Ml Wub'l'o .18 47 447
IWt.il'1 Jl 44 5slllt'.b'( J5 ill :ls5 '
Srissuss .17 54 407 Wl.'m; u.u .i 11.1 1 i
Diws'ja ; o4 .WVJ.U.lUSiJ ..' tit -Uj
if BRIGHT OK 1
Lemon Blossom Spoiled fl
the Good Thing in B
file First Event.
TRACK WAS VEBY SLOPPY. B j
Eleve Won Iho Three-Mile Racp jH
in a Walk, Eight Lengths - H j
from Dundee, 1H j
irTrp'itTOTiir tTKHW) sronco.l jtsB I
BmnnTox BEAcn ItacE Tnacx. Aug. If. ?siH i
Tho programme for to-day at Brighton was '3H i
a woll-framed one. but the heavy rain that TH
fell thla morning mado the track sloppy and isH '
BDoilcd all thances for a good day's racing. iH
1 hero was finite a delay at tbe post in tbe "StssH
tirst raco and it was a straggling start when , "liHj "
the flag fell. lsmsH
It was a fairly good race, however, with xlssH
Lemon Blossom winning handily. H
riasr nv.CE. ''CsH
Selling; flvo furlongs. Jfalislr ,
, Bts , sH '
StttrUn WtfUl Jorkrf Btrafiht lat. ibbbbI
I Lstoon llloaaom 111 t.sniblr 41 8-fi bbbbbbbI
!i Alms tlllr 81 Hill SO t 8-1 3sHHbB
.1 KiniiArlbur llo II I.iucb ,. 81 11-1 Ta'ssssssB
II 84'ianilo 107. 11. b . ..70-1 20-1 JfiTsllllH
I) llulil I'.".' .Pops. 4ll 151 jissssssssi
I) Mlralstu. 1114 .1 swrsacs 001 gll I 'Ss-bssssH !
(ll.iib.it . llll llsrhard;, H-1 .1-1 ssssssssl ''
II 11 ill llarr llll. I'a.lmtou. ...'".-1 81 ?ssssssssl :
ll tst.r'ini . .115 I)st 100- 40-1 "4H I
(II scllls llll .Klrnn 7-0 7 (.'sAbsssssss! "
0 Hlio.ntrr llll Jonx ,...115 7-10 .IK
The Ilace. Alma lilly cut out tho running -H'aaaaaaaal
to thuatrotch, wnerj Lemon Blossom drew 'sbbbbbB '
away ami won handily by a length from .-.bbbbbbbbV ,
Alma lilly, who beat King Arthur four -IsbbbbbbbI '
loliBllm. Timo 1.04W. IsIbbbbbbb! '
Mutnrls paid: Htraight. 110.45; for a MbbbbbbbT
place, f 10. Alma filly paid fits. i'iH
sEcovn nice. SH
Ono milo and a sixteenth; selling. jSaaaaaB
Oslllst - VbbbbbH
.Srsrlsr. IT1I JssVs. arnsfssa. rfs. SbbbbbM
1 alUillsatoos . 101) .I.imlWj 145 U-10 QsbbbbbI
-' l.srri.m. . 1US..IUJ U-l 6-5 ''IbIbH '
,3 TaopallaDBssk. .. nrl...lonas.. . ... 7 1. g 1-, '"f-M
0 Itairlsou .,,,11U..rullsD 14 5 P-IO "IbIbH':
0 Oaia .. llll s rsood U-l 2 I SbbIbB
U Marls W 1J. Lvwrnes..,.gO 1 71 vbbIbIbW
The Ilace. Ossa and Tappahannock msde IIbiK
the ruiiuiiig for live furlongs, wben Middle- TbIbH '
stone took the lead and won by a length and 'bbIbIbH
a half from Gsrnion. ten lengths before -bbIbIbH
lannahannocl.. Tune 1.5.1. AbIiIbHi
Mutuel" paid: Htiaght2H. 10. for a place bIbIbHI
IH.5U. Harrison paid 11 u. 50. H
Tntan back. bbb1b1bB
Three miles; selling. 'v.bbVbVbH
.I'orHr, STA1,. Jfityl SrailV.Psra. bIbIbIbH :
1 E ots ., .....112 .Minis srsn 1 3 IIbIbbIbm
a iiuudsj 118 .Ksirz&oil . 51 svsa bIbIbIbB .
a liJu.iua 107 Oai.sn.. V 1 2-5 T.sibIH
u no. bin l08l .11. hmitb....25-l 5-1 M'bbIbH
0 totolll ll.i..VVbr 101 3-1 bB
The Ilace Hlma look Eleve ont in front. -'bIbiK
and making all the running won in a walk H
by eight lengths from Dundee, who was viIbIbB
twenty-live lengths before Bonaura. Time XbIbH
5. I.IM. -J.IbVH '
Ihe winner was bought In by owner for JKbVbH '
tl,4U5. an advance of 403. ,sbIbH
rotirth Hate Mile and an eighth. (lien- w bbIbH 1
monnd won. Keru second and Macbeth IPbbIbI '
third. Timu-2.00. lH
THE RAGING OH THE HILL. :
Slumber, a 6 to 1 Ohanoe, Started IH
the Sport at Quttenhurg To-Day. fH
larrciaL to the evexixo world I ' ibIbH
OnirMituo IUce Taacx, Ang. IS, ilHp
In spite of tho inclement weather there -fH i
was Quite a large crowd here to-day and as y'H
the tb Ids were generally Isrgs the thirty AH :
borkmakers were not idle. 'B
The track was very sloppy and slippery, H
and outsiders genera.ly had a shade the beat vaH
ot it SHB I
Selling ; six furlongs. bbIH
. A.nisf iH t
.Slirri Waif. ZiM-ifyJ. Strmilht. rVsfs, jH
1 MuioUr 117 M.J Lrneb. It 1 U-l . H
1 Ht Jtkill ... ll A raorus ..311-1 10-1 tH .
U hlltr ..... ilo lrilba ...... 8-1 Sl LLwt
Hbakespeare, Tall Mall. Waif, Lannes. IsabbH
Oratlan, Harry lluaaell.ltacquet. Purse and IH -
. Long Jack also ran. IbbIbI
1 lhe Ilace. Loug Jaok fell on tbe back- .IbIbH
I stretch, lirattan bot to tbe front and led -IbbIH
to the stretch, where Hlumber came awar "SsbIH
I and won bv two leuitths from Dr. Jekyll, :7.bIbH
I the same distance before Hwifter. Tuns - VbIbB
i 1 181. IBsbH '
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place. 18.45. Ur. Jek)ll aidf31.15. JH
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Five furlongs, , H ;
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1 ht ilmsr . 112 11 a ii ii 2-1 4-0 .STbIbHI
!2Cruub.4 112 lirifflo .8-1 :l-l sbVH
;l Ksicbum 110 Itusatoa 001 20-1 ' 'IbH
I Marie (lolden.Caraccus, 1'atora, Ely, Qa "'.H
ueva nlly also ran. .... "sbibH i
' 'lhe Ilace. -ht. Omer rushed to the front :H I
at the start and bad an easy victory, win. HH J
uing liy fourleugtha. ifljH t
Crutches got the place by a length iron) -IsbsHb 3
Ketchum. Time-I.04k. !9bbH '
Mutuela mud. Straight.t5.10; foraplaca, B '
J. Crutches paid tl.05. HbBbB
Biv and a half furlongs; selling. ltHH '
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1 Aiiiona tl5 VcO-lmolt 4-1 8-S YbbHbHbI ,
2 llllLi.lj IU l'siklaa..,.10-l 4-1 ,N bBK
U l.oa.lir. . ......UU Illusion. 4-1 sisa X9bBHT '
llo Luck). Kiug Idle, Jack Batcbellcr, VbHH
Henry Hardy. Ktugstock, Tacitus and Be a- 9H j
fui: aiso isu. .... 4saln
The Usee. Arizona led to tbs half.mlle SHU '
post, where Battersby passed him. and was SbVbH
wtutilu.'iii the stretch wheu IVrkius went IbbH S
to sleep, snd Arizona coming agsiu wun by "bbH '
a half length, while Lonely was third, a ibIbK M
length awar. Time 1.20, I.bbH -
Mutuela paid- Blralgbt, 117.50: for a CbVH V
place, fit. 05. Battersby paid flu. 25. -7flM
fourth Ilace Mix and one-half furlongs. JaHB 9
Won bj Irene, Eatuiiowu second and Ian- -4sHf
uer third. 'inue-l.22h- vLLw 'm
BEN'S BIRTHDAY AT HAND. A
IsriCTSL TO TBS ITtHIIl WOBt.B.1 19bbH .:afl
VA'isnisoio-i, Aug. 18. Next Wedssadsr UH 4H
Prsaldent Harrison will celebrate his flftr. 911 JH
seventh birthday and will lsavs that day for ,MkBJ9H
auollartj visit hlafsoilly. BH