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fUTS HER DAUGHTER.
rpby's Charge Against
istern Distriot Homo.
Ms" Denied of a Child
. Murphy, of ion North Fourth
amsburg, this morning In thD
1'ollin Couit, mado a serious
t the llmtcrn District Indus.
n south 'J'liliU street, near Bod.
Mrs Murplir's husband died Dec. 4. 1888'
id ! 'si"! w'19 at tno tlmo uuaul t0 tnk0
!irc of hir two dnughteis, Nolllo ond
urr tllal-e'h, Nelllo was sent t J the South
BrooHJn Homo and -Marl' Elizabeth to tho
Ustcrn Blsttlct industrial home.
rtireo mouths ago Mrs. Murphy was
.nled u pension, and has slnro lived In
"or" touitorlnblu circumstances at hjh
1 vfliieSas taken out iif the Homo In South
pr'noklin, aiifl has since been very Happy,
with tbc exception that sho has not seen bur
tft she know w litre her slater Is.
iirf Mtirplo. with teals In her exes, this
mnrnlnlluld Jusllco (looltliig that sho could
sot Sua the child lull at tho Eastern District
"i bate been to the Homo half a dozen
times during the past three munths atid
uted lor my child, but they tell mo thcyao
Snt know vvnero sho Is," sho hiiliL Now I
do not know whether tlio Is dead or alive."
The distracted woman was given n letter to
inesupeilntctident, .Ml.-s .M. E, Whittlesey,
nd lelt the court ciylng.
An Mkmmi Woni.li reporter afterwards
ttllid at the house, but tho Superintendent
tni absent and the other officials professed
not to be able to mrnlsh thu lutormatlon
ill ndsslng girl Is olghteen years of ago.
ALMANAC 1011 TO-DAY.
I 1 A.V.
rtrs..6.01 uu.etr...?.14 Moon acta. 'J.al
mull W A Tk.lv lO-UAY.
gicdyllrok ., 541 5 65
GofMnot's la'and , e.n3 dirt
jiiiumo 7.r5 8.11
LOW V.ATLH TO-IlAY.
Find) Hook , . . 11.31 -
(,omnor UUnd U. 1 1 12. 1 2
UHMlAlv . . 1..1J 1.4'J
1ortiirio hattern BUn1ari. time to Vurfc
Man time tubtratt Jour minutes
pout or m;v youk.
Ptimer Ak (Nor), Capr. IloNfnklldrn, from
Gllftift. tivu tloyrt. with Ituit, to Monet t Up, Ar
rlffti at the lni r.t 1 a u,
KtaniT iVitth lirln lr. ), Capt Williams, from
Fttr. Jilll J( . Hod I, Ull, .Moulin, .Inly 7. I'll
tmiti, lfi, aikI Oibrattar. ito, with tu-tchani1if, tn
liirel, teltinai.n A Co. Arrived at thH bar G i. m
Steniiicr i tty of Ulnnl itfi am, t apt. Hum. lnm
t(Annti, An.'. :t, witti niirtl'auiiiu anu passon
gtt. tu li I'. U'Mker.
Mmiiif-r htinilarrt (der.), Capt Lan'eii, from
T? urnUm thirte 'ii ttajB In ba.iaat, to liuatavo
U) arrifMat ilm biurt a. m.
tmmer :v"via ((Jcr,), Ctpt. Usuer, from Haio
Intt Jul "J4 ami Havre '.'(, uitn mrcl anOits, ''.
catjiu a lul Oi4 Klera:o iiaicnsutp( to It. J. Curtis,
IT. Ted at the bar 4 A. M.
Mfimir 1, I lainlro (Putdii, (apt, Srhmlok.
from utwrrii)ul -1 ): ballast, to tl. Htrlirr
I L'. rrl4(1 at tho bar 'J a. M.
MfftintM Uiubrlii (tir, ), Cant. McKat frrm JIt
trpoolJiny :',0 ami Q cenlovt M , iin merihan
rti.iirni tJ7 cibln and il atvpran pAArtiRr, to
Vernon II, lirowu it to. Anheil ut the bjr 7,0,'j
Slrainr Nrrrnnnla (Cier.), Oipt llebirh, from
Haiiitiurg.luh ienn outh..mplln Hif lth iner
chAnilinw, H55 caoiii anil 4Ui 'tecrae pansppRtri,
to It. J, CurtiB. Arrlted at tho bar 7.4o a. m.
Arizona, Livitrpool 12.00 m 3.00 pm
Uitcrnian tf Anturrp . . 1 )ft v t a yu p m
Ujblilcuam. Hi'ttrrJatn 1.30 im U.JUpm
Libr, liiemen 2.00am A.Ouam
lulr, (trnna 10.00 AM
Ulonrainf, Harr 12.30 a u ;i.U(i a 1
S-rvla, Uvfrpool 11.30 am 3,00 p m
if land, Ilambjra a. 30 p M
Yucitao, Ikvim 11. 00 A U l.UOpM
KJBAILAt O. 8.
ti.r of Blrmlnffhani. RaTan-
h , H.OOpm
uuasifle, tharteUn 3.00 I'M
1U fcAfL AUna 9.
thn Hremn - 7.00 M
TO PAII. AUG. 0.
fc'ionrynn, Char'aitoti 3,00 p m
till I Aniciiftta, ."arflnnan. ., U.i'ti p
Llt of liniliu, l.tTfirpool 7.00 M
Lhdan), AniHterdatu II Uii j-
Sfkiirauca, ht. lltoutaa ---- 12, i 0 m
TeutiMiic, L.UcrpooI ,,,, ft.O I p m
Metftf rropriii 1100 A M
ewpjrt, roJoj li.t tiM
Niaitarja, llatana 3.00 PM
HiUrtila tiibralttr .luly 10.
ttoiiwa, niiMuw .lulr'Jl,
t-t, 1 iioch, lnerpnoi .Inly 23,
UW aUO 7.
OrmuHd, st froix July 30.
I t'Mi.pit, tilavftow Jul;- IX.
Ontioiu, Jleiinuda Aiitf 4,
PUJE AVO. 8,
oDRin, LiTtrpPo. .July 3J.
Oma'ia llatana Adp ."i.
rrun I nnitnii July 24,
KUIimuud ilill, Luwluu July 21,
VVt AUtl, U.
NnrMian, Olafnw July 1!J.
librnlaml, Alitv.frp.hily JO
r Calami, Am-trrdam July 27.
JlanliattAii, Mvrrpont July 27.
Kner llhulra II, llremrn July 80.
H ioki;k;n pouts.
H llTCAUI.S.I '
H .J Hmbnr-Amftlcftit Hnnatoaraer Columbia,
h i apt occU'ftnfr, frnm llambiirf. aalltd from
H bttitbMiipt ii fnr Nimt VnrL. Aug. l,
H llio t ural 'lranatUtitii Una nlTmcr La
H iMj'atiii, Oapl. Jto.M'r, halle I from Harre for
H .Vwrnt 'J a m Au. n.
H i',',K,il htr'r Hnr ntuimor V- "llsml, Capt.
V ?lck,,,l:,lroPl N- Ynrk July it for Autneru,
H pitted Ilia IJard at 3 a. M. Auj;. v.
H Weather Forecast.
For ti hburnrtttting at 8 i 2f. til SnXaj :
Fan; ,i fghtlit cooler; wntorty icfitn.
Thu lollowinc record shows tliocbnncesln
tbo tcinpcraturo timing I lie mcrnlm; hours:
I .m . 70 0 A. m. ,0 1 '.) a. m.. '611-i u F2
M'MnlfUS BEARS THE BLAME.
Eoport of tho Charities Commis
sioners on Cowley's Escape.
Some Now Utile Itecommcnded for
Commissioners or CharltlM cott, Nolan
and Murphy, of Brookl u, to-day made their
report of the Investigation Into the escape of
lunatic Frank con Ivy from the Klatbuih In.
sane As) luin a week ago. It Is as follow s :
"'I'hp t'ommisslonciit find upon Investlga.
tlon that tho patient, Cow lev, esctped be
ciuso of the failure of Attendant McManus to
pruperly perform his duties and observe tho
printed rules laid don n for his irnldancc. and
"owlil recommend hli ilhchnrec Irom tho
date of his suspension and that hobeckbtrred
fiom lc-emplojuient In the Department of
lnane of Klngi county.
"Tliat the raptnlu of the night-watch, l'eler
Goroian, was derelict In his duty, nnd recom
mend thai ho lo icplacrii lu his potlllon by a
younger and mure eDIelenl man, but that on
account of lib, long term of service he be ic
tallied ns an attendant.
''lliey find that If the printed rules and
regulations or tho Institution had been prop.
erly enforced It would not have been poslblo
for Cowley to escape.
" The) rtcotnmend the following chanjo In
rules : Hubstltute for Itulo 1:1 l.xamlne and
report night and morning tho coudltlou of all
' That an uddltlon.it rule be mado and en.
forced that 'ho clothing and bedding ot each
pntlent be examined night and morning, and
that all clothing bo placed outsldo ef rooms
ut nlgot upon the pallentx retlrUig.
" '1 hoy further recommend that tho Super
Intendent nnd assisting physicians givo mnro
personal attention to the enforcement of tho
prlnlej rules and regulations of tho Institution."
WORE THE STOLEN GOODS.
The Results of Tliroo Burglaries
Found on August Lendt.
August Lendt, thirty-two years of age, a
"greenhorn burglar," was held for examina
tion In tho I.co Avenue I'ollco Court, Will
iamsburg, this morning on threo separato
When arrested last evening by Police Capt.
Short and Dctcellvo s-eigt. Corcoran, of tho
Fifth I'reclnct, ho had Just completed the
purcbasftof ahorse and wagon with which
ibis morning he Intended to ttnrt peddling.
.John Knaup, ot 7(1 Urand street, charges
I.endt with burglarizing his clgai store on
.Inly tl nnd stealing n number of meerschaum
pipes, one of wlilcb was louud lu tho prlhon
er s posKesslon.
I.endt was charged bv .lames liiown, nl il.",
(rand Mrect, with sttallnza lot of Jowelry
nnd a poeketbeok containlhi' a small amount
or money. Tho pockctbook wns also found on
his l erson. The third chargn Is made by
Ilcnn Ickhohu, of 74 (irand street, who siys
that I.endt stole n watch and chain. Lendt
had the chain on when arrested.
WAS CARROLL'S DOG RABID7
Bltton Mamie Carroll's Paronts Do.
mo. rid the Animal's Life.
There Is a quoston whether tho big black
ds belonging to John Cni roll, of 1 SI Couit
street, Brooklyn, Is rubld tr not, and It will
take an older from tho Court to persuade
Carroll to shoot his pet.
it Ii. all because the dog bit four-year-old
Minnie Sylvester jtstcrday afternoon. .Mamie
lives at 7.", Molt Mteet nnil wonimerto
Brooklyn to Malt her uncle, who lives at 1U'4
WMlo walking past Carroll's house, Mamlo
tried tn put thedegnn the he.id. the nnltnal
ras Ding on the sidewalk und sprang nt tho
tlilld, sinking Its teeth In the flesh or Mamie's
The child was tatou to the Long Island
collego Hospital where Ur. 8waye cauterized
Carroll refused to kill tho dog, saying that
there Is nothing the matter with the anlmil.
The child's parents will apply to tho Court
for an Older to have tho dog snot.
MRS. COX'S CONDITION SERIOUS.
Caught In a Fokllnp-Bed and May
Sirs. v. 11. Cox, wife of n well-known Wall
street broker Hung at 7 Grovo street. Wll1
lamsburg, lies at her homo In n precarious
condition suffering from a broken nrm, n
broken Jawr and Internal Injuries iaucdby
being shut up In a folding-bed w elghlng over
threo bundled pounds.
Mnce the accident oecuircd 1 hut day morn
ing, Mrs. Cox has been Mowlv Muklug.
Mrs. Cox was Handing near the hend of the
bed, leaching to remove one untie pillows,
when vl h .i loid scap the bi:d closed, pinning
hi r betw on t lie slioniders.
1 hi" rol" made her unconscious and ho re
molncd pinned there for ten minutes until n
don-.estlo In the Hat underneath icrtunnlcly
Had occasion to visit tho apartments of Mrs.
Co and ivlensed her.
HARD WORK TO GET MARRIED.
Fond Lovers In Wllllamsburc In
Pursuit of tho Matrimonial Etuto.
At 7 o'clock this morning Theodore Wcnrel,
ot 101 hcnoles street, and Martha Mcklcs of
74 stag; stiot t, Wllllamsbmg, entered a hack
determined on getting married, nnd by noon
had piovcn that In their case marrlago was a
Although they visited every civil court In
the city of Hrookln they bad not attnlned
their end. and the lust seen of them they wero
miring to Newtown In search of the matri
A Notable Event,
fchcrman 1'ark's raigninccnt tlreworks dis
play at Drlzbton lieaeh. All next '1 hursday
the trains to Brighton Peach via the Bilghton
Beach liallroad will be taxed to thtl utmost
capacity cam Ing families to Brighton Be n;ii.
eager to witness Sherman 1'nrk giant lioa
listtvalof muslonnd Hreworks.
I UNCLE DAN'S PRESENT.
I The Eventful History of a Black Silk
H from the yerv licKinniu; of our nc
I 'itimutiinco L'uolo Dan hoenicil to ilisliko
me You lvuow ho was .lack's own miolo,
H B"il when I was Introduced as Ins
bephinv's wife lie took my band cinserly,
muttereil soinelliiii!; nboul a but tartly nnil
relusoil to couittatulato my iiroml hus.
tnmi, Tlitit wnitliioctly aftor our miir-
ringe. I was drossed then ns lirottlly as
ttv lnentin would nllow, (or linviuc used
luv own lwr.l. earned lnonoy for my Irons.
H 'eau 1 tlionglit I liiui a rislit to wetir tlio
C-'v lliinns that I'nclo Una nppcarcd lo
H Hut tho stronstst inateriul will wear
out mill mm. was no exception to tlio
H rule. ,lnckuii tiulortuiiate in Iiuhuksh
Mid I mm ioiiiillc,l to be so econoinic.il
lint I emild puich.isu only tho pliiino t of
iltetfcs. As tupo went on thinrrs Tioro
H oim tt10 fnmiiy vf larger nnd our
lueoino Mimller, we uro forced home.
H ,""c, lo 'euy nurr.ohes Mil htnuttnl food.
H ' "e!e Ji-i, imIht m,0 Luown how re-
O" en wo ,lcro ,,, b(Jjoii1i hewtih u
i'illn iii.iii, he never roudoied us the
'vh'ibt ftj.iit.ince. On tho coulrnry, ho
Mk in in i i i" ' 'if ili i
olten belpoil us lo eat our last loaf of
Preml, Hut we did not exiled nnytliim;
from Uuclo Dan while lie lived. Wo (
knew that ho loved to honrd his gold.
Yet the fact Hint ve were his ncurcst ltin,
loupleil with the one that lio spent consiil.
eiabln tiuio at our hutnbln home, led us
to believe tlint we would be tho heirs to
liic vast wealth.
Ono day I'ncle Dim surpiisod mo by
I nsl;in; if I would tike n wall; with him. I
1'iiiir.uuloil. "hen he took ntc to a diesb-
, iniik, r's, who. without nnv cudern fiom
In in i,t tlm iimo. cut to niv nieasuro a
bountiful black mII: dress. I fcubiiilttcd,
' enrefiilly bidins the ustonishti e'it that I
felt, lull when wo lift the house I ijucs-
' Honed I'ucln Dan as to his reason for pre-
suit.ngino with to siiilnblo a sift. "I
want you to hnn ono decout dies," lie
said, testily, " nnd 1 expert ou nlwins
(o luep 11. Do uot ) i.-i 1 1 wiih it miller any
toiibiilctutiou or I shall never n'.-uiu uinke
voun piiscnl. Now net llirongli with
the tiyipg on. nnil when llio tlmr; is dou"
; tiring it I. (line nnil talk no more about it "
I Ilia few da.vs the iltess was iiiilshed
and was rially tiry linni'isoiiie. Had it I
MADE A n FOR LIBERTY.
Wife-Boater Hardio Took tho
Court Officers by Surprise.
After i Cliuse of Ttto IJIorlts lie
Ocrge I:. Ilnnlle, I'llty-ntno years old, ot n7
Henry street, Breoklju, was held by Justice
lliggort) in the Adams treet Polieo Court
this mot mil,' Nl-examination next Tuod.ij
on uchauoof n.-.auli pteieired by hlswlfe,
Kmma. Aftir court was over tho prisoners
I weiollnedup for roll call previous to being
loaded la thu prison van.
Uiirdic was near Jhe door leidlng from the
pilsonets ipiarteralo tho main coarl-rooiii.
urldenly ho inndo a dash for liberty an 1 was
through the door and halt waj down the lung
High', of stairs leading to Adams sited b.ifoio
the court ofilcers rcalled what had hap
pened. Ofllcir Carbcrry saw Har.lle nao tho
breuk.ind he gave chase, lie descended the
' stalls In two jumpn, and reached the mi eel
I In tlmo tosio tlm ilcelng prisoner dlsuppvar
I around thoi'orii"r ot .jilln avenue.
Curberry mado a spurt nnd over took
I llatdlo nitir a ninor two WiH.s Ho retuined
I to the Court with tht ciistlnllen piliniii-r,
I who was nttcrwaros packed ull to Jill with
tho rest ot the lan-bieakcis.
LAWYER MENKEN'S TROUBLE.
Ho Is Undor $1,000 Doll on n ChurRO
of Rooordlnz n False Dood.
Lawyer Mortimer M. Menken, who w a-arrested
and held In $1,000 ball by Judge Mai
tlne jcsterdiy on a charge of maklngiifnl.se
certificate of transfer of tho tcncment-hoiie
nt '.'10 West Mxlj-Mccoml Micct, was seen
by an Kvtmnii Wont ti leportcr at his house,
!t:i Weal Mnety.tccond street, but ileclmcd
to make any statement lor publication.
l.nywcr Menken and his biothcr 1'irclval s.
Menken, It Is said, owned tho tenement
house, and when Mrs. Catherine Clinton, a
tenant Injured hersiltseitouslv li falling, her
daughter, Mrs. Annie V. .MoMihnn, brought
I suit for damages, l.awvor Menken, it H said;
I nftn arranging for a settlement out of court,
tinnsferied his propurl) or, June ;tn.
lue ilrsl linusler was to Miss Cornelia
Menken, slater of the lavvyei. Bv the second
she conveyed It to Isaac New ion Lewis, and
he, by the third, trnns.'euert It to Barney
Dean for .,o,uuo. 'I heso deeds vv ere recorded
on Junn !), Ihte., time days after tho Milt
was bi ought, and purport tu be dated Oct. l .",,
mi. It is ilalmcil, however, that the blank
forms on which the) wero vviltteii were
pilnted la lMii', and the louelusion Is that
the) were dated bock In older lo avoid pay.
Ing Mrs. Clinton's claim.
BIG STRIKE IN PROSPECT-
Union Pacific Telegraphers and
Trainmen May Go Out.
fT AMOCIATF!, rnrM.1
DiNvrti. cal Aug II. The situation In the
telegraph department ot tho 1'iilon IMcnlchi
I sei lous. (Hand Chief Telegrapher Itenisey ot
I tho drier ol Hallway Telegiuphcrs, ha? Is
sued tho following ultimatum :
'I o all concerned: Mr. Dickinson has re
quested nn extension of lime, and It has been
decided tugrat.t him until (I i m. to-day to
communicate with President and Directors.
If his answer Is unfavorable final instructions
will bo vvlicd )ou."
It the demand for nn Incroaso In wages Is
Ignored It Is believed theiu will Ik- a atrlko
Involving not only ih" Older of ltnllw.iv
Telegraphers, Dut ihe Federation of Hallway
cmplojeesas well, as It Is claimed by the
operators that tbc latter organization will
suppoit them If It becomes necessary to
entorie tlulr demand".
Thcio nic 117(1 operators between Portland,
Ore., and Kansas Clt), on the Union l'ncltlc
and should tlioy be oioeiel out the road will
experience groat dlfllculty In moving the
great number of s eclal trains during the
Knights 'lemplar conclave.
i:very oreiatnr In Di nver employed by tbc
Union l'acltlc Is ready to go out.
MAY REDISTRICT KINGS.
A Possible Result of the Mandamus
on tbo Supervisors.
In consequence of tho mandamus served
upon the Kings Count) Bo.itd ot Hipcrvlsiis
jesterday It Is by po means lmpiobablc that
the county will bo rcdlstikled.
The complaint recites lb it Hepubllcan
reMdents of tho wards whese lines wero
chatiL'td by tl.s recent resolution by tho
Boaidof Aldtimcn and supirvlsors have in I
been Pilrly treated In thu now apportion,
Andrew I). Balrd, Owen i:. Houghton,
Mot llti I- Allen, Fraui B. Otis. ( tunics
l'l-rce, B. 0 Fisher, Jeoso Johnson and Will
lam C. Ill) ant aie the names signed to tho
notices sen cd ou the hupcrv isor.s.
Da Witt to Represent tho Union
Tho rulon ltallroad compony, ot Brooklyn,
has retained ox-corporatlon counsel William
C. Do Witt to icpresenl It before Juitlce
Bartlctt In the Hupreino Court en Monday
next, v bun It will attempt to show' caiue
why tlio lupinctnn recently obtained by
Property-Owner John Adain.son to restrain It
from la) ing Hacks on I nlon street should not
be mado permanent.
Fell Three Floors Throuzh nn A!r
Shaft. William Braum, Janltorot tbc flat 4'jo West
Sixteenth Mrcit.nt 1 o'clock this morning
fell through the nlr-ahatt from the thhd story
Into the cellar and was sTlotisl) Injured.
A scoKB of drunkards curel each week!
Boiton Drug Institute, Point or Pines. Wi Ito
W.K.IliiowN Co., 10.1 Cliauncey M , ltiatuij.-
crane iu happier times I should have re.
joieed lu itii possession. Ah it wiiB.Jnelc
mill I felt that it xvus incouipitiblt with
our surioiiniliiu'.s. Uncle Dan alwnys
insisted mi niv weniiiu; it on Sunday
atteinooin when ho was nrouiul. and
thus ( mow to halo tlio pietty tliint: with
its iibiuulaiico of frills and flounce..
To our intense idle! tho old man one
day derided to taku a trip to l.urupe (or
his health. No sooner had Ito mado this
startling nuuouiieeiiicut than 1 leshed
to soli that dros tho niouidit ho hid
roalle pono. Ami I did lUspusn ot it,
leali.in tiioio for it than I had impeded.
lu six uioiiths I'lu'ln j Jin, relumed mnro
miscrnblo llitui be'ore. und sluirtlv alter-
vur(U died inddeiilv nt iiur house.
Aiaoug lus eiricts was found a wi'l. mid
wo learuoil Irom thin tint hi lri.l l.c-
(ueathed nil ho poMiessed to a dtstiri
cousin. a peiHim without n fntuilv and ono
xvlin nlrutilv owned rouMilcinliio rop-
ertv. My husl and nuil 1 were sndly dis.
appointed. .lack was worn nut from
anilely and oxelwoiK Mid wo roiiuted
on somethinv' that would nt hast mv for
i the lioaid mid loditin tbn' I'nelo linn 1. id
j tikrn at our ex eii'-c. 'J he Hitler do 1 m d
i that lie had drawn up a Intel will in our
jlavir, but as no otlnr will could bo
! found, even though n thorougli lo-nrcli
tvas iiiktitutid, the properly wasiurmd
bver lo a disiiuit cousin.
A few weeks later i lady called on me.
At fllft I 'llil not leeoi'uto her, but sho
provrd to be the scaiusticss who had
liniile that black dnss.
" Don't you ri'iuemberlhe drefs I made
for vour'' she nskrd exiitei'lv. "Well,
thni later will is sewn up in llio drapiry.
lie ;oi iro to do it for him nod ma 'o liio
Plntiiisv not In tell you while h lived.
Ho said if you earnd niivthnig almiit hint
vou would never port Willi tlio only thtntr
nn over gavo vou. lf joudd you Would
bo tho loeet thcroby!" j
MR. ELWELL BECOMES AKGRY.
Ho Emphatically Declares He Has
Been Shabbily Treated.
The Tj pcwrltor Wipes Her Kycs nnd
Ho Departs for tho Country.
1 he dlHerenci s of tho Interna lon.il l'vlilbl
lois" As,oelatlon with Its managing oineei-,
i Dclmore Llwcll, are uot Jet near an nmleatlo
Mi. i:iwell retus d lo.d.iy to lot T. A.
Matthew.", sceietury of the Association, finer
lis onice in the Mowart llulldlug,
lie ilalmi that Mr. Matthews s"iil him an
Instilling letter, eh irglng him wllhfiatid lu
the niauageiuetit ot the Assirlaton's aff ills.
lie asked Mr. Matthews to npologle, but
thoonl) reply begot was that the I-xcrutlve
Commiltio of tho AssOelitlon wo'M settle
the matter, and the result was that Mr.
Dwell was n'ktd to teslgn.
Mr. Mwell refuses toiloso or to let the As
sociation have tho pioprtt), which ho malms
i to have been (he chief lu cieatliig. !
'llils piopert) consists ot various franchises
and coi respond! ui-lcs, the principal ono of
I which Is the exhioilors' bilicau, widen has
bruit- iftlei:il connection with the Woild's 1 air
I Mr. Dwell had lather a stormy confereiue
at noon with Mr. moiip, n luember of tli i
I l.vecutlve ( onimlttec, wh J hid luino to nsk I
him to vacate the j remises and let societal)
Mew nit return. '
In the pp'si'tico of this newpaper liiaii," I
Mtil Mr llweil. lelt rung tua lepoiter who
was allowed to be present, "1 say thai) on
cannot have possession ot the ptoperlles
which 1 have worked hard toeieate without1
1 am Miltlclently letompcnsed. I have a
' vultten agreement with you and r. ill not,
1 consent, loan) thlug except Its moral Itillll-
I nv nt.' I
There aie two sides tn every ipustlon.",
snpi xtr. tone. Vu should get togcllu r and i
"Then- Is but ono side to this question," I
said Mr. Dwell, " nnd Ihatlathe tullllluieiit I
of the cotittnct. 1 v 111 not let m.vivdt bu '
robbed, htewnit Insulted me nnd the ( om-1
niltlce upheld htm. You have not nllowo.l
loo a henrlug, except that )ou beuidvvliat 1
hid to say, out, without rotislde ring II. nil.
'Jiiutned the Coimnlltcc meeting. This Is
I shabby treatment.
Mi. Mono let without having accomplished
Mi. Dwell picked up his grin and stalled
for the depot to goto tho eoiinti), telling
.Miss cook, his typewriter, that ho would not
be back till next Motidn.v.
Miss Coos had become so nffcetrrt during
the Interview with Mr. stone that sho had in
npplv her handkerchief to her e)ts sevcial
A NICE HOT-WEATHER TIPPLE.
Two Ways to Mrvko alr.ger Ale and
ilow to Bottle It.
This makes a beverngo nt onco health,
ful nud roftcsbiuc in warm weather.
Thinly peel two large lemons and nut tho
rinds into an onrthcu pan with juiro.
xvhich must have been previously
strained; one pound and a quarter of loaf
sugar, ouo ouuco of bruised itingcr and a
quarter onnco of cream of tnttni.
Ovoi theso pour fixo qunrls of boiling
xvnlor. Let it stnnd, nnd xvbeu lukewarm
add a tablo;poonful of brewors' jeist,
xvhich must be quito fresh. Slir this
quickly together a short timo nnd thou
leavo it until next day to ferment.
Skim off the yeast, nnd having carefully
poured tho liquid from tho sediment it
mav then bo bottled for Use. TnUo oaro
that, tho borks are Rood ; just bofoio
tisiu3 put them into boiling
water, and, hiving placed them in tlio
bottles, let them be firmly secured xvith
1 wire. This ounutitv will make rather
mora than a doou bolCles, und will bo
1 ready iu two days.
l lleio is' still another way : Two
i ounces of xxliolo ginger, btiiaud; txvo
' pounds of loaf sugar, tho thinly pared
rind nnd strained juice of four lemons,
1 over this pour two gnllons ot boiling
xwiter. When it has remained until luke
warm, spread a toist xvith yeast and put
it in. Lot it stand nil night, thin bottle
it olf. This quantity will innku nbout
four dozen bottles.
You'll Uo Rorry If You Don't Read This
Bead tho WOMAN'S I'AUK, printed dill) la
tho Mokmno WoKl-i). And don't forget th
&U.MMU11 UKsoHT VAUV.
Delaurens Welcomes Prison.
Albert Delaurens, the crn7y lawyer who
made dynamite tnreats against Tiff any & Co.
uirl llailug. Mngouii &. Co., was this morning
taken in the penitentiary. He was happ).
and said lor the next eighteen menthshe wos
Mil 6 not tonic of starvatlju.
Ciir, PIrKlnUy npaka to J1,000 people from the
ftep of ttl- llic'i .Srhoitl at Otuaa
AUba.iin'a nthclal rount laUca plate to-da). Kotb
oran allco frauds enuiien to utile t tho apparent
inajunlj tor Juuee.
Utn. JHdwell rrceifpn In 31etro.olltan Hall. San
11 m rirco, itft-ciaj untlre ut his nomtnatiuo on tbo
riuhibltiuii rtational tlckrU
lrn. Weaver is tuurliiR and cttvilng Pcopla's
party eltitoDt In CklUdruU.
When Baby woi nick, wo ga?e her CaatorU.
Vt'hen she was a Child, she criel for Casturla.
When she became Miss, she clung to Ca.stori.
When the bad Children, sho gave them Castori
THE TURF. I
Brighton Patrons 'Dis
satisfied with Yes
ZnllPOSrS QUEER RUMNIHB..
Jimmy Lambloy Rides Three1
Winners Out of Six Races.
The llr'ghtoti Bench management should
provlip itself with a nice long stick with. in
extremely hot end to It. '1 Ids should be ap.
pllid unsparingly to certain owners and
Jockeys without delay, for olbeiwlse the
lepiitiithiunt then nek wilt riruinl) suffet.
The raicvfciTK vvnu visited the UacMi) tho
sea yestenlay weio not hstlsilc.l b) nnv
means with tho day's racing. Tliev
believed, and lu the mnjoill) (tlii't.uu'o
they win! light, that they did not got a inn
tor I hep' mom) In (dKilu (ases, nud nothing
makes a -pen so sun as to run tight Into a
binee gaine Ivlth Ills ejes wide o en. 'llio
aveiato Inner will i extr 1 ick If hearts a
lull-1 nn in his mono), but let Idni land on a
horM1 that Is not living and he licls madder
,111,111 a Mvnini of hdiielswhio litstshave
been broken up.
Tho (i who bet mi Ynirnilto In the opening
evelii )esteidiv fell vol) iuueli like the hoi.
net niter Hie i nee was over. oiemlii' shinil I
never have been soot lolhe lust, lie was
nbviluiel) 1 1 ii 11 1 to niee and pulled upsn Inuie
Hint lie (Mill ban ly hoht.le oir thi Hack.
What the object wiih liistiirlllighlhi It Is hard
tiiconit'lvo. Illsonnei int.iliil) must have
known that the gelding had uu cli..iiee to
win, und thu money bet on him
I would be burned up. 'llio fact tint iiiliudn
.IdlKS'scolt, l'llneo l'oiiui, wun Hie late .it
good olds would Kail man) people lo put two
.mil ivviitiiji'thei aed suspli Inn that So.e.
lulii' was tin nun Into make letting. How.
ever, this may bo a wrong view or the ease.
At an) late It Is tint deilliublo to a in nil of
Xlr. Hw)or' standing to. send aeilppled lii.r-e
to the tost. 11 wasdiwnrlght cruelt).
In the second nice Xniiipist was a red. hot
chnli v at odds of 7 to lu lie vvasinlai n P)
Colle). a Joike) In whom the public lep'se.s
iio innildeiiee, for ho Is elth-r dlshuni'st or
the woihi ihiei In thocouiitiy. His wnikon
luJla ltuhbei IsMif.lclentpiootot iht.s. cmt-
iheless II must lc said thai Coffc) iole a
I hard ineo on uiapoin fiom start to
lltilsh, but tho cult seemed to hivo
.no speed. It would I e an injustlu'.
of e iiii-,e, to as eit tint tho l.mse was
I llMd, bill I lie inei t li.it ampnsi was not at lo
, in hind his own In sueli eoinpanv inenlled In-
ves lg.it ion, ami Judge vv I u;!n Invited. I. It.
ltos in a coiifeieiiee. !m tilling was ijir ves.
tenia), but the Investigation will he cumin-
mil. Ii Is sild tl, ii Mr. I rank Van Ness Is
luw training thecoB.
'I he third race pas-ed off without Incident.
The UnMi w.ispiett), Ullsoii T.i)lni, l.jilst
and li'iin.liy Veinon illly lining lund.i .i j ml.
ltejnolds, a hulierlo unknown loekiy, imle
the r.liiuel lu vei) good ibiiie. 1 eilups Hits
was due to a spanking which Mr. Ilono
administered to the bo) becauj he bloke
si veral stalls.
Not until tlu sixth laco was run (1131110
ciowd ngidu have cause tn gr.iinhli-. lu lids
incelluev was made a rid-lmi fivoilio over
Ddcllo, Mackintosh nnd otheis. 'lheu Is
onl) ono wav that lloe.i and Mm klntoshrnn
beat I Idellu, and the leaner niii easily lin.
nglno the pi ripilon. Hney vvas heavllv
.baked by Mr. 1'. llwvei, aciordlng
tn coimiion ii'ioit, and i iii.su observers
I say tt.ai l.anibiey made no ellort with 1'ldclri
until line) was licit, n. Then Xl.ieKlntosh
v.as mi farln the lead that he could never ho
caught. Fldello Is the coll who in the Fori
Hamilton Handicap, ai ItrookDn, ilnlshdl a
I head behind st. iTnrl.iu aid l.aiupllghter, and
jet Mackintosh beats him with ease.
All this went to make up a ver.v nu-itlsfac-
' lory day's i nelnc, and It is uu wonder that
the crowd giuuitiliil nnd growled on ui" vvnv
home. Hi Igliion lias been vwuidifiillv loituu
ate In the matter ot nllendance Tin re Is
It's n strong ttomnrii t! at ran stand tho
ordinary pills, with their gri'iiu nud xm
Iciico. hat kii.d of a man or woman
5an it Ijo who buya them 1
It's some cno who d(s-.n't know about
Dr. l'iereo's i'io-.Mint lVllrts tlirt's (cr
tain. They're better they to tho I rsf, in
every trouble of tho lixn', nto.rarh, end
bowels. They d more ya (1. do it cT-lly
nud naturnlly, rnd do it,io tlint it lust
cleansing und roiiilnting the wlnlo syr-t-m
Rick a-.d llilio'in Utr.dcclu, t'o:i
ttipition, Indigcst.on, Uilinus Attnrl:i,
l)i7lnes, nro surely jirox'Citixl, oulckly
rehnved, and isTiiiatinitly cured.
They're tho rhcupr;' jilll, too, for they're
guaranUed lo givo uitulact.oiL
I i rct.T Aiioxc tiic Dii'.pgr.Y rou nir mism.vo wim
nnlv one way lo keep up the average, and
thai is to furnish tali latlng.
Young.llmmvl.amblev again made a record
yesleida) He rodo Hires ot the six winners.
'1 he tunning of carmine was the subject ot
linn Ii tint iVMialiloi-oiiiinent .vestenlay. It I.
ptol alle lint little Mi.iuuhue.sy had waiting
ordeis and was endeavoring in toll nv them to
Hie best of tits utillliv. vir. sliniighnt"sv
pi'itiiltilk exp.'clcd that the pa Its would
s'op it lli.'h a I of the' sin tch and wall I r
him to kimiii und win.
Dinlel, who l ai i In the loiilh ineo yodel
ili. w i, lined, ilf In i iile.uu two vraisago.
He is iiuw the pi.'peiiy ot I dilie iMUan nod
Wl.l in, doubt scoie luanv lireik.'ts for this
lopiilar t Hi r in a Ii belure the S"usop Is over.
Mil 1'nthcr Bill Hal) tn ruling Mebel. who
ri ile Ing'it in the llPh i. lee. " X on get t:PI If
) on win, ':!.', u vou I viKi set nnd, tin tot tlilr.l
iiiul a gi.nil dunning It vim get lift at tlm
post." Iiiiot wasn't l, ;, ;i, tut ho didn't gel
Ull at the nil.
Yiuiiig 'I i Ibe rode three Wl'iners at tllouces
SHE WAS FIRM.
For Prudontlil Considerations Sho
Preferred to Walt.
Miss Mabel McQilluniv bad said
Nittlv nnd iu a whisper she hail utlored
the word, but Victor ripooiiniuoro hud
Ami Vidiir xvnh wildly, tun lly, tUliri
'1 ho iiHiiin vv ( ut behind a f riendlv cloud
for a liinlneut.
, lliinng which inotiiiut tho bold, nnlent
youth einbraieil an oppoitumly anil -but
tho moon lms eomo out again. Let us
piocccd xxilh lliu liaiiation of the plain,
I p ninl down llio liroid f-oulli Side
tinuluxiiid they sttolled, savs tho I'hlcago
I'nt.tihi, beiilliss nf Ihn ll'p.ht of time,
llei little liniid li'stid iu tho hollow of
hiHiirin Iti'iui; a ."ting iii.ui iMissus-eil
of murotlmn a thiiublcful of brmus, ho
knew better than to gtab lur ellnw.
alter the lashioti piexnicnt iu lindgeport
nud Ivnhiin.ikosh, and v auk hi r along tho
idcwiilli like ii frugal liusbnuil on a small
snlar.v ciideavoiuig to steer a reluctant
xvite past an auction lonni.
"It only remains now, Mabel." bo
iileiiibd, " tor j on to liiimo tho da).
Mnko it early, ploao. "
Miss Mnbi'l piocicdeil to U'inporin.
' "Wbnt will jour fntuilj sav whouthey
hear of this?" she asked.
'"I be family will I oiloliglited. I fancy
nobody will lm grcillv astonished, but if
V our lieoido em, hlaiid it itioin cm ltV
out own allali. anvhow. It wouldn't
mnko any illilereiico what the family
! "It's an old family, in't it '("
"Wo call ttaio our auii'stiv back bun. j
droils of jears," said tho voting man.'
tirotiilly. "Theiowns a fspocniiuinower
in ShakoMieaio's time, A Spoonleiniiri! I
was uu nplcer at the court of King (loorge
111. Tho !-piouiimotfx eauio to this
eoiintry in Is," and many nl them lmxo1
tilled positions of hoiiur und trust iu
Virginia and New Kuglnud for tho list
sivcutylivn yenis. It wn a sipnoua
moro that iiilU'iided ut the lm ug
of tl.o corner - sloiio of the llos.
ton Stuto House. 'I hen viero Spooim
luuicr in tin, d ploinatie setviioiu Prist.
dent Madison's time. Thrre wev p!etitv
of them iu both nimies during the war nf i
tho rebellion. Ono xvas a Hngadior
I (ieneral. A Xow Jersey Kponnnmoio '
desi"ned tho houso xiut ami I xvill iixol
in. Mabel-a bilge, stately building un
l'iniiio aveiiuo, with seventeen rooms
and all the modern c'olix elilenres. " I
1 ' ' You hnxn leasou to be proud of your
people, Victor. Hon I you hold family
" Onciiui nwl.ile."
"Them must be n great nianv of you,"
" Huudii'ilK, Mubil liiinilicils." '
" Xrc there any other representatives
of tho family in Chicago bos den jou ?"
the askid after a liiomeiit's sile lien.
"Xouetli.it I know of. " ho misvvereil.
"'Jhnt kittles it. Victor." exclaimed
tho young woman wlly but with iron
fiimness. "Wo shall nut bo married
uutil tho World's 1'air is oxor!"
LET THE HEN-KAWK BEWARE.
An Enclleh Wrltor's Description of
I nn Allogod Yankee Invention.
All sorls of s'orics are told on tho other
side of tltt, ingenuity of llio Ynukie, and
the following from a London paper is not
n bad samplo :
" An ingenious fellow in Ohio has con.
st! in ted it sheet. iron hen that promises
to la) htm a golden egg. It is finished
up to life, full size, ctekles. clucks and
looks xvith one eye at a tune so nntutally
that H Vi'ill ilecoivo the oldest hen-hawk
in tho country.
" It is ko iu ranged tlint when a hawk,
iu nk ar iiiloc.it pjuncoi i n it tho back
spiiugsopcu and thu wings lly up and
force tho assailant on to a raxi nous bu.
biiw that m kia 1.700 revolutions per
" Aflrr moving half a minute the saw.
Hops, tbo hen closes up, folds its wings
ami begins to cackle as though it had just
laid an ngg.
" One, winding up will answer for threo
m iss.ien s luo.nleil the ratliei delloatu
iiine'.iiu r do lint git cloggi d up too'
much wi li tho I'.oud, bom s and feathers.
"Tho inventor set a lioslilv pauitid
one out in tho sun to di vlli,, oth, rilav,
which nltiacted tho attention ol a lino
old cat 1 elougliig to the doctor, who had
In en pokiiigngio.it deal of fun at the
j fool thing. The hull is theie, but tho,
(at is hence." '
lungiuo niv fillings! Tho dress had
been sold to a dcnlri lu scciiiiil-li.mil
i Ii, '.lung and was probnblj now lejoud
m li'acli. I took the l.uly Into niv i nn.
tub nee. hound her to seeiuey and has.
teiicd to the shop in whieh 1 had lelt the
sill ilnts It had bicn sold and to whom
the dialer could not leine'iibei. I had
nothing tn do but to ho e thalthe pur.
chaser was nu lioui st po'snu who would
Und 'he will ninl ii stoic it to me. How
distinct!) I now icnieinhered that I'nelo
liau had i liiirgid me w t to pair with tl o
diessnn I how biltiily i lepciikil my d;s.
ol i (lit in e.
a, i, iiths pisse I on. nnd (lurigli I eigerlv
oxa'i.med ixeiv b.ai i, sill, pie, (utiil to
lux' g.ie 1 la lid o collie into loutnet
with the "tie f, r win -h I dug, d. Iu the
mean lime fuck's Innllh bad gtnvvn so
poor tha' he was unable, to do tlroko of
v,,ik. and 1 was tilling in plain sewing
for oiii suppoit. Ills tins would till
with teals wl i n lie saw mi thus eiigagid
and n, y ehi erv " S"i ver nun, I, w 'II find
ll.at .lii'ss vi t, ilinr," oiilv half eoinfoited
Aftil nwlnle I was emplovcl lo -ow for
a xii v.ea.ihv lad), and gieat xvas mv
list, m si uu lit oil , litem, g hel looln til'1
nav to I, ml her winiiug tint olenti, nl
l.'aek sol. illiss. 1 emild not b,, mis
taken the triiiiiniug v.is iiu'iil;,. nnv other
I 1, nl ex, r si, u 1 alu."st jaxi waylonu
, xi laiii.itioli ol deiiglit, but a suildeli siis.
p'cmu tha lrha s tlie diessinid,! r had
I no! si, ok, it tin Hii'li chick, d in-' in time,
and I dee di d liuit I would not holiiiv
Why will wo long for th ngs. nnd vvlieu
they ai" ji. w thin oiil ciap let theiu
plipawnv I i"oic i in veil moi'
ll.e next o iv 1 spoke lo lirr a',oiit the
dress and ii-ki d In r f she would give it
1 to nic to iiinl.e over for her.
' " 1 sho' lid I e clad to do so, but I gnv o
I it to a friend whu vv. ut uvvav .ast eviu-,
jPrico3 Opnn Stronp, but, in the
Aboenco of Speculators, Sag.
The Week Closes with 'a Quiet Con
dition of Affairs.
A Itovlvnl or Actlv ly Kxpcetcd the
Wn t hTiirrr, (-aturdnv, Aug. it The week '
closed wit b a quiet coudltlou of affairs lu the j
Wall Mint markol.
The ajjnuriitiiint of Congress woula pi ob
ably have had more effect II there had Pica j
the usual irimbii of op muuon the sttcet,
but, as man) weio absent, the erf oil sot thoso '
remaining behind to Intiisu life Intu speeulu
tlnn weie without tesult. I
only .14.000 shares of listed strrks ehnnge.t
hands during the ess in lxhlehetid d nt la
Alter a romparstlvely strong opening
prlcoi began to say, and at llio ilcse tho
leading stoiks wctc 'j tu I per cent, below
The li"nxy los.i In tho liink reserves In
ilined tho bears to tnaku a demonstration,
nril Hit ip'ciliie In stiver also ten ted to do
I pi'fss the list.
j 'lite dealings lu silper Ccrllllcates reached
lo.'i.oou outieis and the juice declined Horn
j r.M , tout, with h4'j the llnnl tlpure.
I 'Ihe tiiidlnglii Micks was almost eiitnrly
I loenl, but lu some quuriers the bePef obtains
that there will hi, a revival of actlv lly dm In;
the coining vcefc.
I Tin stenmslilp la Touralnc, ulilrli snllcd
fn,' Havre this inornlnir, took nut 1 1. 000,000
gold and t:i,iwu silver (om, nuJ tl.o si cum
ship l.lbe, which sailed for Breii.en, $44, 000 j
Stirling exchange was easier on unusual ,
ofTi rings of coinuierclal bills. Bnnkers' HO
ilnvsclos'd at 1.S7, demand at 4.hSiH.sxii
nnd i allies a 4 sni.
Iho bank lateineut was unfavorable,
showing a loss lu icservo of ,",, i:i.',miii
which reduces the ainoiini In Id in cxcchso
legal nqulrenieiith In 418,;iih,4V'i. Loans
weie expaiidnl JIl.s.l.soo, cash on ban I ili.
ilf.Mil .',..',IM.M0il. and deposit llubllltlcs
following are llio compartttivo llgures
Ju'v 1". A"i It Vmw.
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1 sw. in :'i.7ii,tii,i I'o.rax, tiiio ir.,i,07i,so,i
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.N V a .Nurlliwi l't ji lf 1J( HM
. X'. .N.w I'llUna. .. 37 37'a J, 'J 371,
J. V.. lake 1.11,1 W 2.l,j 2-1, 2'.U a. ',
lv x i. i. a vv. nr.i. i,M c,-', nst, Cnt,
A. i..susii aw an... ir.i. ir.i, i a, i
tvoltliaru I'arltlc .. JPi .'li 2114 Jl4
Nirlli.rn I'acino'jf.f .. lei, 6-3, Bs ,Xs
. Ai'Mh Aine,iau ... ll'i list 1414 1414
I Oularh, A VV a.trra o -'li 211 10
I'nlla. i lUaillnz On') I l,a ItiV, Cnk,
I I,, , a.- ,v i.van-vltl. lsis isk l. su
1 I'nllin in I'al. I'nr l.'n... l'.'f.'a llifil. Ill", llltl
1 ,. a , I'.lrr Os 1,'t '.1 11
1 fcl. Paul (imalia M'k ''(' -X' H .XV.
M I., -uutl.an.lrtu ,, I, 17 17
h.r.r Crrllfcalr, H,l, y.x, SI kili
roultirrn 1'aolnc 37a 371, 3711 s;i
1,.l . inn aio.ir.t . VI. 2 4 2 'i 2''( 2 'i
Udioii I'aclrtc Sst, 3-l ,IS 3 (
Wal.a.li II), Ilk, Hi, ill
VSatia.l p,ul . 21. 2fi 20 if,
XVrilrin Union Tot. .. U7S4 l"li l.l !71
XV hralili ., l.aka Kri, ai wl .it SI
XVL.cliuKJCLaL.lpt.. "i'.H ',','ii ',1 7'J
Glen Islnnd'n Vig Trnvel.
Tho rush to (Hen Island continues una.
bated, l.ven Ihe 111 -.t boat goes crowded
with mot In rs and their children wuu have
found (.leu Island .1 " perfect piinillkf." 'Ilia
nbiiin.iiiu ottiics and liribt'd) in I; stlie
place .il jjs cool and the sad tuioiijb the
.oiii d enticing and rcfieshlug.
Elklna MlBsnd tho Tros'.drnt.
Ir. ji.forlsTFl, rnm 1
W'isiiiM.TOs, Aug. 0 snie'ary Illklns
leiuu.id to Washington tr-di). Uu c.imc
hen ,xpre-sli lu si e the Picldeut, bat failed
(u arrive In lime tn uo so.
Quaint Old Nurernborc.
Nell Nelson writes of tho thir.iclcrlsile
I) I ex thai throii; Itsstnels. llnnl ah .aui.i
l lu the M miav Wont l.
wig to stay sexiral months. It's pretty,
but it got 00 tight foi me. Did .vou like
, It ?"
I " Vcs do do vou know wlieie she
, hns gum' ;" 1 asked, my htart lialieg
Ins. 1 r eveiy mluilto,
" Hli. no, she's always Unveil ug mound
t fiom 1,110 place to 11111,1 1 1 v. She's a news.
I inn er eoH(sp,iif.,'iit. "
, hen I snv.' her the next 1l.1v she usl.i d,
, Willi a slight liusitidiuii "lion .ltd tho
silk ill ess lit '''
I "'Iho sil! die-s !" I rc e. toil, tn mr.
, " Yes did j on not opi n II e lag ' r gs
tlint i sent last n.i'h' ou no 1 found
t lilt In V rieiil kid Ii uoltFii. nltei id lo
takn thu 1I1.1.S, and when 1 im it still
h.iiiL',111; 111 111" cinsit I ihoiiglu 1 would
, nsk you to iu epi t. It viould be so be
coming and jiisi about lit j 011."
I 1 lieiitilv tliii.'.nl Mrs. llarr, men.
:ln iu, 1 tlip ) pa 1 not j, t exaiirncd iho
j contents , f the lag. 1111.1 when evening
1 eiiuii' hnstt lied lu, nn to ni l.vt lay mv
bands on Hint v ,li nlile u.s. 1'ut
slerii, nun Id nig ''. was still .ignii.st
nn. Jink hid 1111 on nth old the In,:
of nigs . Ii. ,,re sin the bargain, to a
pa. -ill' i.igi'.iiu. II, hl.toilv ie ron lied
ltin snf 111 not 1 nv .1 ;; looked into
th, b.ig I. fun, sel.mg lh iin'i'iiis,
I, -it r, 1 loiel es xiere of 11" nvnu ii"vv.
and a I I n.iilil i'o was to look out for that
111,'uinii 1,1., I lihutltv bun .icoid.ug to
.tuck's dis, 1 i't 'on "la ;.(. stout mm,
led I11.11, and sunburnt f ice. " 'lliumv
loiitv of jitukmeu m I'uicd to I o built "ii
that plan, mid 1 was sever il tunes gneled
v. th si, eh teiuarks as then What ver
it. 1, 11' at V riiiidc ve'll kiinv no
a. "ii '" "Say. what do yer inki mo for,
1.1 s-iir r"
I'ldit ! ! s I was irsiiip tbn! I hid the
rt.'ht iiinii. I grew disi ente and mini
Ii 111 to the boil. e. .lack was now failing
to inp.dly that tbo doctor had said only
BHIGHTON BEACH EriTniES. ' . ''?!
I..fn T Ttir fTltsTSJ Sfaiajf,, )U
BtiiniiTON Bcvcn I'ack Thack, L. I., JulyOJ ;
Kntiles and probable storttrs for to-tnor iU
1 ovv. sm
M at Barn-Mil a a nj an slMhi aolll nr tsa
lenu lliini. , 114 CM
lull, I ('AYXllAitl ,,,,,.,,.,, II'J 'H
HtlltlMtolia 1(14 Jsim
eluar. ' in Hm
Mil.rl I',, naror , VO U
Sa,",n t ll-l Un.ftjlith, uf a ml ,. ,M
Xteralo 11J .M
Ha,t(1Aiia ,,,,, in .
M"n . iii ?,'
n Kfdir.iill 1,7 ,',. Bs)
'""t ;. us y
Mwirari mil 114 fj"
" M"' OS
trai.l 114 fi
litam PA 1.
lalllltill ,, PS V
lo.-,,! IIIH s
ItnpTftlrlie Hlty 6 S
llrrloll. till. ,. l& V
Ihlnl Kan lit and a I all rurlansa I aolllni. 'j-'
Alrll hi ,. lilt
Maior II .....!.".. jit if
,ii,hn vxiakic ....;.."..!..;; in v
XVrbana , , Jll .;
t.iiitflihia' VValar in ,t'
Matt uu f
t.arallanm Illy ins J.
Iraatlawa) , , , , ins ,?.
Natllall. ni. .. ... lug l
I en nn 111 ,-. -Una mil. . ,
XVIIIIrt. ins I
I ru VV les
l.'mui, 105 t
xii"li,"t ins -.5;,
1 rnnlni ai' .. ., l', x
Ulti Jon ?
Hflll llaia, Sairn l,irlt,(ai ae llnr. . ?
Onward IU i'
.lark IPmc (Ji T?
Ib-ilr l) 4;
Hon, si li j ;"-
luitla ItiiUhrr .,.,...!.'.... oa $
Oim.nr.' 101 i
1 aiMs.) 11 ito sy
Itaisr . tfj , $
Hlllat lloux lull 14 ' 2'
I aaanova , , 00 i
Mktn llai's-Rii anlahallturloua-a. J.
llllloJAka 11J i;
iianut :::;;.:: n
ii'aa 11a vi
Mnliuii M ii
llalay Woodrutl u7 $.'
V" iuT K
Itlpnnna 17 xi;
.tpk. i-api.i 1 .'in a
III. knr.on lla if'
l.irav M (T ,'
aiti,i,at .... , f5
Uiii'iniU Bird 1 ,, 113 '
Occliol ,,,.., 1L0 "V
THE EARTHQUAKE EMOTIOW, f
It Is a Eortof Scare That Generally (
Sticks to a Man. st?'
It is n curious fact that the earthquake 1,
scar is tho one danger lo which we can ti
never become cccustouied by familiarity, p
says the San Francisco Chronlcte, The ,&
oltcuur we fuel il the more we become lie.
I cannot bettor illustrate this than by a &'
story told mo by Col, Uailey Peyton, i
I'liited KtateB Miuister lo Chill lu 1852 .
und City Attorney of Sau Francisco in "wj
lKctt. To a parly of frieuds in 1850 He ;:
MUl1 : ' &
" Itoyn. it's no use talking; wo can be- 13
como iH'cii'itomed to all dangers, no mat- id
ter how iiniuitietit, bv faniiliarity, excapt 'i
the danger ot earthquakes. The more
I ,x on feel 'em the more you don't like 'em, ,j;
utiil tlm xvoiso you liato 'oil. 1 have '"',
ho ird the whisi'e ot bullets and the roar '
of (Biinon iu billle, ami never dodged. -'S
Hut mv cxperieucB iu Chili took the wA
stardi out of me. 1 had been but a fexx !?
I davs iu Smiliugo, tho (apital of Chili. W
i w licit 1 visited the leading store on the Jm
riaa in that city. While standing he- M
I hind the counter, iu an instant, without oK
any premnuilion, the proprietor anil ?Y;
twenty clerks hiiuiiltaneously leaped the fA
counter and rushed nut of the front door. '&
" I looked nt them in astonishment and &
i said to myself, "Ale they crazy ? Whit's "a
the matter with theiu?' Slcxvly thev re- 'f$
j turned to their places. I asked them 'm
I xx ha', xvas the matter. Thov replied. ' 1 ",w
'temblor! Didn't you feel the temblor?' .(&
To mc it xxns a tritle. 'y
" I wo weeks la'er I was giving a swell . xjj
dinner to the Diplomntic Corps in Ban. 3
, tiugo. Iu the midst of it came a temblor. M
n very hxely ouo, nud every man of fV
llio party loapod from his scat and rushed 3
for Iho door or thu xviudnw. I raid to -,J
I myself : ' Of all Ihe cowards I ever met S
' with thro people exceed.' jJJ.
' ' Hut bnys. 1 h nlu't been iu that cnun. ;-
try more than threo mouths before no '.
qiinrter-liorao in Tennessee could beat me - ,
i iu n break for the door whin one of these '(
temblors mado Ins appearance. Yon can l
I Maud bullets nnd canunu ballj, hut the T'
i temblors will fetch vou." 5
Wlntutr btoexs. , ,
The following nro the closing quotations of .
mining stocks at thu Consolidated Excnsngo , ;(
. tc-e'ay -tj
I An,. I"la.. - .Uj.IloruSiW'r 3..U f,"
An, p. ti Iroubllr.r. .60 V4
, Adaun 1,1 - 1.0U Irun Hill.. .SO "iM
AM'n Vl.i K.i IVmh. .30 .Up
I Ken. 1.00 -lj,Ornasa.. .03 JV )
I I. lis 1,1a. .1,1 -Irailt'leO. .14 .It -'
ll.irtaiill. 1.x", - f.llliaCnl'l .34 .11 'd?
Ileolo 30 - M.ikan. 1.2X iS
HnlM.r .. .3) .vtonlton ., .X .35 V,"
llal,a'nk. .01 - Xluno .25 - Vj,
brrrin ft liafain. ., ,0V xVc
ll'",'kll. .1, ,l".i llallal,. .(IS ji
lllint. ,. .20 ,4H;.rrtti,Slr CtO 8r
CalrJ'mtv ()iilano.. 42.UJ '&
11.11 TJ -luphlr 2.10 (ji
(ri.llar . ..XO -t. AM .... .04 ;,
, (.!',, Illt , .Ml -lll.clflaUt .fO ' 'Sn
I I lirji'i.ll. .11 . I'ljniiuth. .till Sfj
Col. Can, . .40 - I'h'a l.sa I. .10 ViQ
l C. a k. 1.20 I'h'a An . .46 Vi
Cutnittou- lltot,'n(Joa. .33 .to 'g.'
,i,4ll'i. . .OS Isarnga S& J&
LcinstccK istotra.N'.r. 1.L.H mrv
steak 12 ,13 MandM.... 1.40 iff
linn, 1 10,01 Mnrui'l.... .0 X55
St-rlp 1C.0J Santiato. .. .10 ft;
lllliikiti ... .lu ban tVat'Sk .10 ..
llraihrnot SllT.rCd'4 .31) 7?s
'lerra.. . 2.(1) s. Ilopa... .00 - JFt
fur'kjl'aii 1.5) h. ,XI. . Sc'
l.l-L,l,lo.. -, - cl I. V.. .J Sjii.
1 te.am.t. 2l hliuahoa... .03 1
l-rralnul. . .D.X'ln,,. .00 ,76J
I.UilldiO. .S", - I . CUU HI ;r;
Il.lai.V.ir .ai XXararok .12 Ai f
llomuafk,. 13.0) IS.OU V. Jaik.l. .48
It Iloppenod to Ccmo to I3r. W
I'rrai TruO.) J
'.miiig Wife (at inldnlglit) Wake up I ja
Wake tip I A3
Hiisb..nd-XVhnt Is It, dear Hobbersf fjj
i oung 11c Meny, not You asked me at , Ji,
supper what ailed th" cake. It Just hap-
1 eiieii m ei'ine 10 me this luluute. 1 lor.ot to !'
pill an) s.igm lu It 1 'il
a ihiingn of air would savo htm nnd I j,,
ileterii'ined to miil.c a grcnt effort. 1 did "
not nsk tho man if he pad tho dress ; I -
luqiiirid what had become of it. He pre-
ti mini to bo ignorant of niv moaning, j:
hut I fnghtcueil linn into confessing that ,
he li.nl given it to his wife. Then I ,
dinnndid his address nud immediately -'
xviut there. A woman xvith a dirty lace. 3?
.mil still dirtiei linn, Is. appeared iu the
dnnrxvnv. I midn known my errand. Z
i " I 01," khe s,i d. "it won't do inttcli good
now. eviu if 1 can find it. It was worn ?
, out long nco. " j,
" No mutter how worn it is, I must see v
it." I , ried. ,
Startled bv mv xih"fience, she htrrled ',
' awav and soon icturueul with the tattered
l, mains- of what was ouco niv beautiful 'i
Mils ilris-. 1 seized ll.e thing ami felt J
, .Huong Ibe drnpeiy for the misting will. A
Yes, t no wiks ii'itainlv something hard i.
tin re. audi astou shed the woman Ly
paving bet ii foi the r.ieged drtss, v
ft. did not lake me loi g to go home nnd ..!
opeii my I nndle bv .lurk a bedside. "Mv
poor dint,'1 I said its I liuinedly ripped ,
ihe diap, iv, " I inxeiiii'v .ometl'iug that '.:
Willi ii" vou health and hapntniss.
Jii t J.n 1; could not lejoue with me un- j
til tho will was nctuallv in ' ur bauds.
'Ibei I., clo- ,1 his eves, and I knew Le .
was tliaiiklng ('o,l for his gooilno's. tj
1 1 lisiaiit relative iiiicl;lv relinquished "?,
, v, ii t In n j' when he saw this later will. 2b
.Vol.'c .but. ofli rnl linn a generous slmro. -
lm the man olltelv 1,'fuseil it aud went v.
on I i" xv nv. f
In siinnv l'lor da .Inok conobornted his
I'l.vsic.nii's stuteii cut bv regaining hialtU
i.ii.l .iitiigih To day there exists no fc
li I'pie, stioiiger ninli iluiu mv hrslnnd. 3
111 lin, wav, he wante I lo keen the blael;
silk dies- in a lel.illiiler of old times, but ,.
1 iusis ed tliat It sil" it'll bo bulled xvith nil T
I om pist caies ninl xv orrics. aS Jtnnit f)
I f.ovi.t, iif ,, I,, Jiimiir,