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1 ' THEWORLDt SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUSP". 891 " aWsaai
I TEACHING CHINAMEN,
Should Atnerioan Women Be In
trusted with the Task ?
The Question Debated by the Goldey
Arguments, Pro and Con, Concerning
This Vexed Subject.
Interest In tbo Chinese sundaj -school
question has buccrae so general that the
Goldey Literary Hoclety took tho subject for
debate at Its regular weekly meeting at 8
west Fourteenth street last bight, rind at tbo
clcsn decided by a vote, In which were only
two negative1;, that American women should
not teach Chinamen.
The Ool ley Ssoilety has a membership of
siji) bright joung men ho have received
training In oratory through vLdis to tho
Society ot such men as Chaumey M. Depew,
llev. lather Ducey and Col. llobert (I. luger
Bull, only timely subjects are debatid.nud tbo
questions are always bandied with tklll that
would ao credit to Washington statesmen.
or several weeks the labor troubles hays
received the forcnslo attention ot this Society,
andbelore tbo debate last night a member
gave his opinion of the probablo effect ot tho
Homestead strike. Following that the Presi
dent, Mr. V. 11. 1.0TC, slated the question for
knnJrtiU That w. do not favor the teaching cf
Coin"" In our buniiay-acrioola by American
The President called attention to The
Evfniho Worm's treatment nf the question,
and sild : " rcople bnve stopped laughing at
Chinese Sunday-schools, and have begun
thinking about them, and ns tho Goldey de
bate) only questions ot general Interest tho
subject is timely."
The debate was opened by John J. Corbel t,
vrlio was given twelve inluutes looutllno tho
argument In tho nnitmatlvc. Tho speaker
did not confine himself simply to an outline,
however, lut btartcd In on a logical argu
ment, which hi! presented In a forcible and
hewspapers reflect public opinion, he said,
and he asked tho speakers on the negailro
side to point outoncieputablo newspaper
which was willing to defend the present sys
tem of te idling In Chinese Sunday-schools.
"All ntv.vc.panej8ln.it have proven them
selves to bo the fi lends ot humanity mo
united In tho deterise ot American woman
hood," said tho speaker, "and those mo3t
Irkndl) uio the most constant Hi 'bowing
the degradation lhat results from American,
women teaching yellow heathen.
'The Chinese, nsn race, do not assimilate
vltb Amotions, except for prom. The aro
oppiscd to Inventions; they aro opposed to
the civilization ot tho est, except in so much
as It fui the t s their belllsh Interests."
Cliiiamen win not becomo Christians, tbo
6icaker held, because tho teaching of Chris
tlanlt) jeveals to them the doctrlno ot future
punishment for sin.
They do nut like Christians and Chrl'tlans
do not like thorn. Lvcn tbo t,lils who tench
them do not at first like their pupils, said Mr.
Corbett, but they want a fad.
The heathen arc willing to bo taught, not
for the purpose ot becoming cnrlr.ams, but
i m order to loam the English language, estab
lish themselves In the social wurld and get
good suppers and Christmas presents.
TUe bleaker ridiculed the claim that young
girls, wituout knonledgo of thcologr, could
tench the astute i hlnaman tbe dualities of
ibrlstlaiilty. The Chinese, he declared, are
a deceptive, cunulng race.
L. L. Mtllivau opened Ih thn negative
The tea, hlngs ol r!l;lon, he claimed,
should not be confined to the bjundarus or
tue United sinus, llo penned out that tho
quest.on vv as whether "American women,"
not " ) oung American Wnfnen," should teach
All tho teachers are notyotihg and bloom
ing mnldens." ho said. "Jlinyof them aro
older than tnelr pupils. Women aro rnoro
sueccsslul as tcachcis because they belter
, understand mo untutored mind. T no mother
can teach a child tetter than Its father, and
to can a woman teach a Ohiuaman more sue
cesstully thun a man."
Ainu j-uunncis, thu next speaker, said that
the Chinese as a raeo tend to retard Uvil za
tlon. because chinamen aro not progressive.
"Ihey lower wagis and they preserve tlio
terrace of tho opium hault," he eontlnucd.
"The questton H shrvll Americans permit the
women, ot whom-tiiey aio so proud, tocomo In
contsci with thU worst class oi humanity 7
Jim men whoinako tbe laws of this country
hue seen tho dangers ot association with
tufh a rate and have enacted statutes that
ri event ihlhameu from landing ua American
"If American women want missionary
woktodo, why don't they nork In the slums
or our own city, where there aro thousands of
our own race who have never heard tho
teachings of Christ or know that there Is such
a being as a missionary ?"
h. a. uinnien followed In tho negative, and
tried to dispose ot tho argument ol Mr. Sutu
iners bj inu statement that chlnamon do not
ihcipen labor. Hu thought It an Insult to
Anerlcan w omen-to lutimate that they
thouid not bo pcimltted tu attend Chlneso
1 ll.etiext spiuker, Andrew Iitirne, objerted
to enlivening Aincrlcnns lu the hluiiiH with
a I (Merman s elub, mid sending Filth avenue
lades Into Mott an l fell strrets to talk
atwut tue i.olut u lime through opium smoke
toil wuuld singe thj wings m an iingcl.
" American wom"n ouglV, to lookout for
tlio whlta race," l,o cald,
Mr. i. A. Hi an based his argument on the
claim that ns F.urupcins had Introdaeed
yplun Into china, lt is tho dutyot tbo Cau
casian raro to redeem tho Chlneso.
L. i. MiLaiunlln lavorcd missionary work
among the Chinese, but not by American
women. Reierrlng to tbe loplo of mtermar.
t1aes,b said! "in the tuturo we do not want
to tare with m a race without a hame,
to b shunned by ail and go ttirnnrii llle
baraeaM with a dlsgrao that was the result
of aineiefnin cemufy tolly."
James Lovlnsnn and Jamet Rtltmann cot.
on both stoVs. President livo then gave bis
decision on tbe merits of the arguments in
favor ot the affirmative.
A vote of the audience was afterwards
taken on I a mania of the question, and oniv
two pmntis were recorded In favor ot Atneri.
can women teachtdf tire Chlneso In Sunday,
ARRESTED HER OWN HUSBAND.
He Would Not Support Her and Site
Marched film (o A Station.
"Is tbe officer in command In?" asked
n worunn in tbe Twenty.second District
station last veolog, nays tbe Fbilailolphia
Timet, after tbo bad pushed n Inrge-sizod
maa nu the atone step from tbn mat ion.
' ' Ha ia, " mid the lieutenant, advancing
towards tb woman.
"Well," answered tbe woman, and she
cluDff with a tighter grip to the man's
coat collar, "this is mv husband. Jonn
tnan I oster. of 2917 Fnlrhiil atreet, who
has failed to support me for several
months. When ho gots bis menoy he
Kiieuda it for liquor and relusei to cive
to any ot It.
" 1 retulved to prosecuto bim and bad a
warrant issued for his arrest by jfagis.
trnfe l'ole last March. The pollen were
tin ible to nrrest him. and I myself bare
performed the task. "
When Mrs. Jotter finished her remnrkB
she haiule I tho warrant to Lieut. Wolf
aud informed him that her husband was n
pensioner. Foster wa searched and fl5
of pension money was fonnd on bim, and
a few sectnda afterwards, whon tho cell
door closed him between stono walls, his
wife walked out of the station.. hnuso look
ing highly pleased.
MANS CURIOSITY EXPLAINED.
Crushing Blow to an Indignant Bus!,
ness Woman In Boston.
A certain business woman often takes
letters and packages to tbe rost-Ottico to
lie weighed, says (he Boston (Jhr. As
often as ho has done so she ban been im
pressed anew with tho woa't and trivial
curiosity of tbe male mind, for every time
she hituded iu something to bo Weighed
tbo busy man in charge stopped to turn it
over and read tbe address. " And they
talk of the curiosity of women I" she
A row days ago she repentod tho export,
euce np fo a certnin point. Tho varia
tion begun when the exa-nininr; male said
cheerfully : " It wonbl lio a itood idea,
wouldn't it, for you tu put on hero thu
tuo town tlino papers nre noing to .' Yes,
certainly; I'll write it tor voti.
" I've caved COO ladios' letters from be.
ing lost in tho last three weeks bv looking
to see if they wero directod all right. I
dor't Mother about tho men, but I always
look nt tbe Indies' letters."
Aud tho crushed business woman
walked away with all the quiet dignity she
WHEN IT'S TIME TO GO.
Ebony Marie. Yawned Until Her
Jawa Ware looked.
A physician had as presiding genius in
bis culinary department a negro woman
of a social disposition bnt of a Romowlmt
irasoible temper, says tbe Yimlla' Com.
jHtniou. One night a youthfal admirer,
who wmi aetrattomed to make frequent
evenlne calls upon the ebony Maria in her
kitchen, prolonged his visit to a tiresome
After Maria bad worn out ever)' topio
of conversation of which she was mis
tress, sberssnyed togivo bim a delicate
hint as to her mental aud physical weari
ness by s prodigious yawn. Tlirousti
somo miscalculation at to the stretching
capacity of her inonlb, however, she dis
located her jaw in the jirocess.
'Hie doctor was hnstilv summoned from
nbovostnirs by the distracted voting man,
who stood diffidently in tho background
while Maria's jaw waa put into working
'lhe ttrst use cho niailo of ber recovered
power of speech was to turn wrallifully
upon the trembling visitor and say, iu a
tone of withering scorn : " l"rnps do
u ex' time y' goes n-cnllin', au' stays till
de Indv gnpes nu' sufTocites her jaws,
vo'll tnk' it fern hint dat it's 'bout timo to
be a-gvviue borne!"
A Straw Widow Indeed.
(JTrom T'xnt c7irfl..
"I am a straw widow," said Mrs. Verier to
a friend vvuo rallid at the house.
"Is your husband out of town ?''
No; he might as well be. I'll not see him
agslnfora week. He Is up in ills llbraiy
with ten volumes of London tiineli, ami lie
said be was going to read them until ho found
ro, IiV. 1
"John," she said, aa they left tho soda foun
" hat It It ?" ....
"Wasn't i." cents a good deat to pay for a
gliss of sat cupurlllal"
( l-rom ve J
"This Is the III st poem 1 ever wrote," sal
the maiden, as she untied the pink ilbbon
and smoothed tbe roll.
"Ah I" rerlled tho unfeeling olltnr. as bo
went over the linos ; " and It Isn't much of a
TSTER BARNARD'S ROMANCE.
An Odd Incident That Spoiled a Plotting
The (spring was verv sweet that year-1
the o'chiril blossoms woro heavy nud nob
on tku fieih, win in air. nnd tbe JJarunrdH'
blown farm-house, with its mossy roof,
"IcJ perfectly into thu luudsmpe of the
W nnd lluiiuu prnirie hud. but
Jodiuilliruird novor uuiircd it; thirty
Han' i (ni nutuuship with his wife, June, '
bid thoroughly eradicated the icMlietio I
Par! of his nature, bbe was a woman i
vvhosuiaiogavo one the impression that,
" 1ml li0CU rudely carved out with a,
"birp knife nnd not polished down; he
ceiituotoil this by dragging her buir I
lik into n tight knot nt the wrong nng.e i
of I er head. Mrs. llnrnard wn noted iu !
"e country round about for her tbnrp
T0'fc. good butter nnd obstinacy. ,
How kho wns ever induced by her en-'
d"l - htislnnu to lot httf seud thoil
oaiv duual.ioi, llesler, nw.iy to sohool
"M been thn marvel of tbo gostips for
hionths. bulover topic was introduced
alw av brauchea off on to tha Darnards.
"y for the head of tha family, back
"'In., for the wife, nnd covert,' enVtous
'emarltB or Hester wcro nilurlug auarei
of wickedness that could not bo resisted.
Hester hsd como liaclt that Spring for
good; her collego dnys wito lluixliod and
bhe wna trying to Bottle down again in tho
old life that t-eouiod n dream.
Four J ears of citj life, .villi tho retluing
inrliuiutes ibo bad met, bad woiKliI a
marvellous chanKJ in I ho lirnwn.eyod,
fiuiot plrl. Kho Ihotisht nt first her
father and niotbor bad changed, nud wan
piulcd, but when tho real truth broke
upon her she folt suddenK altsunted. as
though she wore n stranger. They vtero
where she bail left thun, while sho had
movodn notch higher; it umdu hei more
tenderly k ml towards her 1 tliar. vvho'.i
sbo loved,! more charitable towards her
mother, who was at once proud ol hot nud
dissatisfied and on ncootmt o this tome.
imos trying It hurt ilo o-to liif her
mother boast to a neighbor of her
daughter's urcoiupltshmeuts; it tilled her
with chagrin to be ptithed forward nt tho
little gatherings, wboljO ntmospheie bud
become distasteful, and to tee the envious
aneers on the facea of btr former friends.
.At first when sbo canto but.!, the ha 1
BROOKLYN'S MURES OPEN.
Bedecorated and Furnished, Five
Begin tho Soaeoq To-Night
Now I'lay at Some, Old Favorites
Hold the Hoards ut dthors.
' The theatrical season In Brooklyn will ( et
well under way this evening when five play,
homes will throw open their doors for tha
season. The theatres that will open to-night
are the Columbia, Holmes' Star, the A tuphlon,
Lee Avenue Academy and tho Novelty. CoL
Blntva l'ark Theatre Inaugurates tbe season
on Monday ovenlng and the Ilpdfnrl Avenue
Theatre will open with n mallnco on I abor
During tho Summer months a great mntij
Imiuovements linvu been made In tbo Colum
bia, painters a .d deeoratnrs have been at
work on tho Interior of tho house, a now
smoking-room has been fitted up downstairs,
aud easy chads have been placed lu tho lob
bies. 1 ho play that will mark the season's
opening Is unoadmlrably adapted to it hum
mer audience, for "Incog," with Charles Hick
son In the leading charteter, Is a cotnody that
Is light and full nt laughter and song. Mr
Dickson will be seen ns loin Manhope alias
Jack Darling, a part In which he made a hit
last season. "The Mnn About Town," a one
act comedy drama, will bo glv en as a curtain
raiser. The Ampblon will present a very pretty
picture this evenltig. lh house has been
thoroughly cleaned, and upholsteren bavo
been at work In various p.irta. Charles
Klein's American comedy, " lty Proxy," has
been 'elected as an opening attraction. 1 ho
play will bo presonted b tliuilcsllattliews's
company, which Includes A. s. I.lpman, I lojcl
illtiid, Harry Drown, Harry Cailton, .Mls-es
Leonora llradley, Katherlno Horeiice, tfllo
( annlng and Llrzlo Pit Key. Tho comedy
wilt be given a i ne stsgo setting.
'1 hn nrst performance ut the I eo Avenue
Academy under Us new in inagers, Messrs.
Pearson nnd Dawson, will is) given to-nlitht,
when ,f. k. Kmmer win present tha play
made famous by his father, " Krltr hi Irc
land" Mr. Km met has several uuvv tncesln
biseompanr. A new sor.g, e-nlltled "An Al
pine Itover, will be Introduced. The theatre
ban been newly carpeted, u new drop curtain
has been hung and the boxes bavo been hand
The Novelty reopens with "Tho Planter's
wife." Tho plsy has livid a long time and
bad wondcrlul popularity. It Is a slmplo
play with simple motile, but ot gre&l In
terist. Harry Lacy and f mlly Hlgl will tako
th leading tolcs. Mr. Laiy Is an actor of tho
romantic ope, and Kmllv Klgl Is an emu
tlonnl uctrcvt m consl lerublc ability.
'1 ho star 'Ihentre, redecorated throughout
and supplied with lour pretty new boxes
will op, n Its doors (tils even In,' vvllh"llio
l'olice P Urol ' as tho attraetluii. '1 ho play
will bo interpreted by a good coinpjn) , nud
the scenery is u spcelal feature ort he pro.
duetlnn. ono setting shows llnjnmikot
bquaro In Clilcigo, nhero tho Anarchists
rioted In this .tci tlio Identical horses which
pntsed through the rl'it will bo sliovrri.
At all ol these housis the sama attractions
will hold the boards next week.
Managers William K. aud Walter I. Sinn
will ujlier In the season nt tho IMrklbcatie
nn Mondnv evenlne'. "Tho lower ol tho
Press " will be produced by Augustus litou's
company. Iho play deals with characters
and wi nes rami In r to peopto living lu a great
cltv, while the Mory Is told in such a way ns
to enlist the interest of the nuulunce. Tho
drama will bo handsomely tct. nt C. flood
will is billed to appear the following week in
a new corned, " A nildcd Pool."
Manager Lament Howard, of the Iledford
Avenue Theatre, Is reidy to open on Labor
Day. This house h.is also been b-lghtcned
un. "Good Old Tlms" will bo the opening
At Iluber ncbhsrdl's Casino on Monday
the programme v 111 Include tbo Davenport
bri.thors, acrobats : Lf ton sitters In songs
and dunces; Paul Stanley, comedian : frank
Clnvton, musical artist: Nellie lranklln,
songstress, and several others.
HOME FOR WORKMEN.
Lord Bowton's Splendid Gift to tho
People of London.
Next mouth n remarkable homo for
worltiugmon will bo opened near Vanx.
ball Hnilw.iy Stntlon. It is called Itowtou
Houso, and has been built by tho oftorts
and with tbe money of Lord Itowtou.
I The exterior is suflicieiitly imposing, but
I the arrangements of the interior tar sur
pass in comfort anything that hit ever
linen attempted in the interests of siuglo
Lord Kow ton's idea is to benefit this
particular class, and Itovvtnn House is to
be registered as a common lodglug.hotiso
for tbo'r exclusive ndvnntnjc. The ae.
i-omiiindatiou combines soparnte hed
rooins, n e'omniodious (lining. room, a
rending-room and library, lava'orles,
kitchens, a barber shop, nnd in fnet
evervt King that can posstoly be reiiuired.
'Iho charge for admission to this true
palace for the pooplo is to bo Mxpeuee a
night or three shillings- a week, sftj s I he
Loudon Fnjtuo, nnd substantial and well
oookod food will be 'provided nt prices
well within the reach of the scanty pock
ets of tho patrons. In tbn event of Hon.
ton Houso being, as Lord liowton nntini
pules, i oramnrciallv successful, it is pro.
pored to open similar horigea in other
pnrls of I;iinloii,
Do Tank There's eninelhlng about you
that reminds me of a coltish ball.
lllo-hiim What Is tint?
He lank A todllsh ball usually calls for a
tried to meet them on the old footing,
but sho could uot bocomo interested iu
their gosfcip ntul beaux nud they could
not coinpiehcud her. Ho little by little
bbe fell bncl: upon herself fiircoiuimiilou
chip, much to the nngor of Jtrs. linrnnrd,
who was ambitious lor Hoster to shinu in
tho eountry 6ido j her unibltion went no
" You aro ungrateful, Holer !" sbo
said sharply ouo evening, as Bhn cleared
the supper Inblo. " Look at tho money
siicnt on your schooling, nnd nowjou
won't go aujvvlieio but btlck nt homo like
i n nobody."
i Hester did not replv sbo had lenrn'-d
' better ami stood looking out of the win.
1 dovv iu u lmpnlchS sort of a way. She had
earnestly trli d to do lior apparent dutv,
lint llfo hoemed ery hnid of late, cut o'f
from cougoiilol ptiisulls and friends".
W'i. it was the friends, rbo thought, with
" Aud then refusing to go to the sooia
ble to morrow night with Nat I'nrkius."
her uio'bcr went ou in hor rasping xo.ee,
' when every ouo will bo third, nnd he
is tli j l.o'est farmer iu this legion, nud
nil tho girls rtould glvu their e)m to "
" Jlother!" Hester broo in despernlclv
ut lust, " 1 do nil iu my i ivvtrto pleiko
, vou, but I will u t go v.lli Mr. rarkiiis
1 detest him !" and sho tied to her renin,
where sbc threw hcrulf K.ibl!ug upon
btr little vvhito bed. Mho felt so ho.iihss,
ko bomesiek for vv oil. for what? And
lU her nbandonment of grief sbo repeated
n uamo to herrelf ni if it comforted her.
rtom tail .Vfjnl'l Sporting tittra.)
Ending of Monmouth's
Meeting Marred by a
MARS IS A CiE COLT.
Moyne Gelding's Good Race
Other Track Talk.
Monmouth Park's great meeting como to a
do- yestorday afternoon, and despite the
miserable weather the 4,0()0 people who
braved the Incessant rainstorm were well re
paid for tnelr trouble. The meeting was one
of the most successful ever held, but re are
Indeed sorry to say that at tho eleventh hour
a most dellberati -looking action on the part
of ono of the worst Jockeys In the coun
try caused an accident, widen wont
far to mar a successiul wind-tip This
accident oecurred In the lust rnce, and al
though ratrol Jurtgo Fitzgerald reported
tho circumstances to the Judges, noHctlon
was taken In the matter at all. Tho race was
at seven furlongs, and gave rfomlso of being
a regular farce, as one man had all Hie hoises
entered, or, at least, to use the cxprcjsion ot
a prominent ttirtmnn, "It's all Inthofamllv."
Doylo A Llttlitleld sent Scliujlklll ; c 1 ltllc
neldsent Slmroikand C. Iltllelleld, Jr., sent
Julia Pickering, Llitlcneld and peun weru
tho icspectlve Jockey s. Iho smart pcoplo
smiled lo themselves nnd wonld have nothing
to do w Its the raeo, but t he stable mom y lo all
nppeamnei 8 went oil Slmrock.whllo Schuylkill
was the outsider At the start Pickering
crossed his mount directly In front ot Mm.
rock and caused 1 Ittlefletd to pull up. After
blmrock was out of the way bo set tall for
Julio, who was on tho rail. At the crossing
ot tho circular track and straight course
Pchuylkill colltred Julio nnd boro him r'nso
to tbe rulL utile l'oon bi'Camo lilgntciiid
I nnd called to Pickering to pull ( ut, but I'lcK
erlng. instead ot doing so, r resscd him all tho
I haroer. About three-eighths of a mile
from homo Julio whs seen to fall,
low 1111 la I'cnh ever escaped deuth
H a miracle, but tn. horse never moiled, as In
falling ho struck his head on the fmco nnd
broo his nock, dying Instontlj. Willi Julio
out of tnn way Pchujlklll wonnsho plensod.
Judgo Kltgcrald reported the caso to the
presiding Judges, hut no attention wns psll
10 tho matter. Mr Fltzgersld alsi savs that
it was one ot the barest eases of Intentional
fouling huivcr saw.
Tnr Kvfniko Would called the attention
ot turfmen to this elmrnoter of riding onlv n
few days ago, when Jimmy I-ninbloy caused
nn accident ut Drighton lleach nnd predicted
serious aocldents as the result, If thu matter
was not lookedliilo, and decisive steps ial.cn,
Jockeys are constantly imperilling tin Ir liven.
without this kind ot work, and should by all
means be protected from a tew onsn u (minus
youngsters who win resort 10 utmost
any means to win. l'enn hat been making
quite a reputation for himself lately, and It Is
a pit) that In) should be Intimidated br au
unscrupulous boy like Pickering. All turf
men cannot but agree lhat ir I'tekTIng In
tentionally put l'enn over the fence that
severe steps should be taken, tnl the quicker
lb better. Let. the Hoard ot control come
forward and Investigate the cno thoroughly.
The racing otherwise was vory gojd.
I'cssjra lauded the oienlng race easily 11 nni
Donei.llun. Tho ( niieiel Handicap was won
by the Moyne gelding, ilekmckcr 0Jitur"d
tho third laco handily, and Minnehaha got
I out ot the inulU'-n class by getting homo Hi it
In the tilth. 1110 Jersey liauaieap resulted
In a magnificent finish bet w 011 Mars and
pfekpoeket, and at tho end tl.e Judges could
not pick thn winner, in ihl rnce Mars
proved himself to be tbe gamest or tnu game,
1 and seemed beaten a (uarter of a mile from
'home, but tbo mv. hearted son of I'lovna
hung on gamoly and got up again In the last
Jump. . , ,
The next time tho Moyne gelding starts In
a helling race he will undoubtedly bo bid up.
'Iho manor In which he landed the Cnrltret
Handicap proves Mm to be a clinker."
I " ' '
I'red Taral's youngest sou, rred jr., Is past
I hope, 'lhe doctors have tlven tip nil hopes
o'tlit! child's recovery and aay be can't pos.
I Secretary Crlckinoro sends out the follow
1 Ingsintcineulsor iho nluuliigsoleailinlal 13
I nlllio incttlnj which tudra nt Monrnbuih
1 yesterday. 'Intro wero Ml raeis u , h'
net value of which was !4nl,.Vr. t. ..
thret heads thu winning lint, hiving won
:() (i(,(l. Iho following Is the statement
ol those having won over f 5,000.
Ottntrn, flr.r. s I. Tlitii, wiinttiQi.
r, a Karri 7 6 a r,n,re 1
J. A. & A. II. Mortli. I I 10 M .(.,71 to 1
v. V. Him" it ir, it .in.scn J
Ilancuuii HUbla.,.. 10 11 il a.'.njl 'll
llllKi,n lljljl U 'J C. JH.ITirtl
Mircm llilr 4 J I ;", lis..ii
llrowil 4 Kcurlt H lu 1 Il.iJI B
W, II. Lnnlcmari 1 SIS&(U
Wall oil ( siuultll 4 0 7 D.IM.mi
I iiUilroHlabK"' , . 4 11 'I H.r.Viil
Prraknr.oMali'a I I 7 H, I'JJ (W ,
.I.J MiCalTirtr...... .' 1 'J 7,17 1 14'
IioiIbA Liitiar.nld ... a 1 1 7.lso.'m,
llnnck btalil I 1 ll.liriVIII1
O A. .IpnftKA Co 4 tl 3 (1,1120 Oil '
John Kuntrr 1 I I fOJc.lM .
Ilurrldga lira 4 4 7 t,5Jl.l);
Cofiler3 Poundcil Down by Bhrtre
Deacon While's Allogcd Dig Sa'o of
Sugar Trust Certificates.
The ."nrKel Closed Kusy.wlth Antlcl
pntlmi ot ISrltlc Ilusliiea.
Waii. Stsrst, Vrlday, Aug. sa Chancellor
Mrtilllsdiclilon against llmcml combine 00
cas'oncl niillitlo alvrinto those who have
been lugging (he ecal stocks for some time In
hope of a big ilaf.
lie iilliigii elied at f7t4. tt drop of a point
mid a half iroiii last nli,lil s closing Memos,
and hn (.lent was the piessiiru tobcll tint thu
price ipilrkl) totrlied f;V4.
Laekawniini ylildcd 1 and Jersey cenftsl
l)il per cint.
The bulls, In self-defense, hid to come to
tho Hiipt urt of the market, and succeeded In
partial!) restoring 1 ntifldenee.
Itrndlnggut bai k tn.",s) and Jtrtey Cen.
tral ra.ll-d from l.tl in 1MM4.
New 1 nglind was btioyani and roso au per
cent. 'Jim nhorts were imoly scared and
rushed to cover alter the slwk cnssed :i:i.
Consolidated (las innvrd up over n point.
Htigir, I dlson (Jcneral h'lei tile, DIstlllrrH and
Maiilut 1 11 n droHil liau points, Ditt Inter
Spicul itlou was more or lesa fmerlsh
thrtiiighotit UiedH), nnd It wasevldent that
son u Imlilers 011 slender margins had been
I lorcen to liipud.vle.
1 (it the I i.r.oou nlijreh traded In up to noon
I lit.omi wire Itci'ltiiC.
I UMIllervwas weakened by a rumor that
two larf,o rlvsKsiuiiiibiuneniH are about lo
tic 1 tint titWiil.
H cnl itlon (iul"led iiown this atternoon
, auu the tint luatliiuj. save In a lew li-it.ines,
vteto slight, 'lhe nature was tho sale 01
10,11110 Mi'itcs ot Mugar by a firm with Hoston
Il was Rild that 11. V. White was the real
principal, but his friends den) thai ho has
Hold any such block of HUrfiu slock or of an),
In tho ilodng dealings the whole list was
(nsiir under miuwid pnssuru lor both ne
coiiuIk. 'lhe neweonsulldalol company consisting
of lhe t'oloi.tdo ci.it A Iron Cnuipany, col
0 nlu I'ucl toinpanv una other liiierrsts, will
hive an null oiii(llsun ot jii.iioo.immi bonds,
it whleh !,. '14,000 will login 11 mr bonds
ot tho old companies, leaving l.7."(l.oon In
thotrrfisury. '1 lie cnplttl stuck win to: pre
lerted, l.'.ouo.ooo. conimoii. M 1,01)0,000.
MniiOy wns lu good supply ut ux'Upcr
cent, on call.
Hand) H lltrman will ship I .'0,000 ounoet
sliver pel stcaiushlp Luis to-morrow,
Oi,n. HUh. irfiia, rtes.
AmerlrtnTub.pM USM 9'J. M !.
Amfrlran Hucvr ltl ,114t lllU lll( 11IH
Amrr Mimtiur '?rt., In'.Vi IC.Ve l(Ml uU
, ABirriiaiiCotlunlJII..,. 4 ,'1 41, 4V III
Ale h. lop .tHnti-. H'JM 3fli 3s7. .1.1
1 Bill dilliio in. 11,1., inji v,V(
i anadlanl'aplflo B'l B'l HI B11
Llir.mralina Ohio V2's 2"l"( V.ls. VJVu
Chloaro () HM H)l, Kjl, S;'i
, thlcUnr. AUnioor Ini'l HHK lnilf 1011,
1 iihiraeti t Aurtbnpit... 117 ll.M, 111 ; 1 It
. Cnii,. Mil. A ht. Paul.. KJL, J1 h;U s.'i,
Lllli. ..Mil. M. P. pi.. l.'lU J-ii), 1,11,1, 121 li
Chic. Krek In, t (... K.'4 HjH Kil Ml-
I llief.. Ltn..a M. U , 61I CO 1,(1 1,0
C'olorangloal A Irju. ... SJ ( JHW .1 If uw
l.ol.ollilalfrtOaK ll'LJ Uni, 117J 1J7H
lit!.. Lk. Wwt .... 157 15, jj ItljJ Hi
Ii.ii. Ida Uramla pM. 4 !1 I'i'i 4sU 4'Jii
tin ,t laltletcnl.. . 4M f 4CU 4 J
hnltnii 1. epin. II (Jo. lolkl (i.)i ulU UriH
. (irern liar A Winona. I .It 1.1 llti 1.1
I drnt .NArtliern tiral.... !. ll.V 141 141
1 (oil Met trie Co 11CW llf llji 110
' Iowa ( rflral prrf .. , (.1 4J il 4J
, Lal.rthor.. ,. 13V 13. UtU 131 rt
G M10 A VVi. nrt. 7iJ( 76f 7fZ 7MJ
UmlNA.ie'M 2" 25S V5 " 20H
lliuL.h 1, ,t imaa.. llH '.'W it'i ilH
1 Mauhaltan Coniol iai UMa 14 lliu
MiLicuriPacltio (,M C,i)t r.U CI),
Mo . Kan A f.t. pr(.. 2i,4 'j4 27h 27H
at. (xiril.Co 1 lull lint i.hoU n,U
Jiat. cord. Co. pul liiu j.'iu lani. ui
hit. LraJ Lo .. , 4,!( 45W Hf r,
al IiiJIii, J ll4 11.1J v s-ls
Hat.llii.rnl till ... S-'i .Ij'i J I j I
Nai. Htarrli Vtf.i . , su H-U ,'sl, xt,
.Now.lrwj ("n(ral ...1.14 l'JS'f HI 13VU
ru otk Urntral. . lli'l II. M Hji 11 (J
1.. laloLnoA vv.. aTH ill, al.i j,'.
N. V.. noiii. ,t i.u... HAl l."( lta, mv.
iN. V..SN..1 ,tVs(. nl. ill ui ,, (;,
NonilkA vv,-. rru .... lit. ilj, 117J m,
iWtJicm I'arltio ural... tHH fi . IU 6V.
llnlaii.i A VVralriu I'l I'll J lu 111,
folia. A Uratllax f,7C, :,sli ,',7W r,;i.
i'ullmvn I'll. Lsrdi 101 liis ls m
M.Avv. I", lur jiu yv lK j
l.oni'.VVs . A lli.lriia.. 1 1 S (., li 21, lUl, 11. K
I hi. Paul A Omaha MU itH I1JH J5H
boutiicrn l'Mia ul? Uili .li li 3i u
un. luii.l I J Uj4 il lit,
Jaiaal'arlHe 114 lit li pu
Sriin. CcalA iron ,. . . .1, j'W n" 3VI,
1iI..Aiiii trburjt N M. ase ai-! tisu "si.
Union parulo 3JV .1 a 'J
li tun I actio. lln tli l," !'; 1 U 1'Jl.
VVabamiprrr 2?5 :rU t, j!
VV,.li,m Union Trio . . jsV; ys) 18s, lltUi,
Vt lirehiijc A I akfl I. no ysa, v, .aj!
VVLetliLglMti:.nr. 7U 711 I'jlt C9'
ALDERMAN BAILEY ILL.
Str.'ckon with Apoplexy nt Hla Sum
mer Home at aprlnir Lako.
frrriAi to Tnr rvriiMOwomn I
Sriiivu Lake, N. J., Aug. '.'il Alderman
Samuol II. Ilalloy, of New ork, was stricken
Willi apoplexy at his his cottage here to-day.
ilcill "al iilteiidnnco wits summoned, and It
WJ uecldisi louhviaph for Dr. ilaldwln c.
coike, of Ti Fast one Hundred and Heventh
Mint, the raiiillv ph)sleian. It Is txlleied
that .Milirmnii licllu) win not recover.
000 S'ool Workors to Renumo.
tr- .fsoriairn rn-is i
1 iot rows, Pa., AU-. vil. lhe Colunnlla
f tc-i I Company and I Ik lr employees, who aro
li embers o." the Amilgimate! Mtrlifliin,
reielinl an ngneuieut as tu wagi-s ijst night
amino H"ilo li is bivn Ikiiii1. 'I lie mill vvlli
resuire nt nnre. ms hundred men uro
atfedidb) the beltlemenr.
; '' r;
'J ' I1 .i . I .'i:-Sl ,
; i -W
I! at;rs:W',j s,.r
" fllAMC IIIIAVl.Nt IILRBI'.KT, Pnfit.'JMI I Mtl'LIlIKD
bow she lovetl ilcrliert htronc. who
pnrteJ from lior nt the ite ot with that
I reproachful look in bis eyes,
' What caprice liiiel moved lier to tell bim
uo ? At tliat moment t-ho felt us tLougli
she would g v II o world to pour out lier
sorrow cm! pnuitcuco to lilm, Imt lie was
lust to he ,:ne to butuo far Western
fc'o iho lav aud sobbjd herself sick. It
GftPT. CARPENTER IS DOT.
Commander of the Patrol Asks
to Bo Retired.
Abothor result ot Pupt. llyrnes's Investiga
tion Into the chsrgcs of e'Mortt'in alleged by
a Perth Awbo) exclusion party agalust cer
tain olllccrs ot (ho police steamboat 1 strut
waa n purled this nlternoon, when, at a
meeting of the Police l.oard, an application
was received Irom ( apt- Edward Carpenter,
ot the hteamboat Squad, to bo placed on tlio
Patrolman K II. M)r, of the Oak street
precinct, alto sent an application to be re
tired. No ncllon was taken on cither request
owing to tho abseneo ot Commissioner bbco
har, and both were laid over until the meet
His' of the Hoard next week, 'lliconijah
weie vi ry lellVini at IliuKiiinuers anent
thu Influe nets wlikh Impcllel eaffl. ( arpen
ter to reipiest tub- rot lied, but H mis Is'cn an
open secret at Iho MullKiry streut buildlnx
I llialsuilt a eoiirs" was ihootiiy one left lor
Cvpt. Carinnter niter ibo recent le'velfl
tlons. i ant. Cnrrenter If nniln r decrepit nor In
cnpsblo uf uellvu dul). Ho Hies mtv ml lljs
w ird of tnuity vears on tho force, nnd li
entitled to be tetlred ut his mm roiuest.
Cnpf. csrpentor was sppotnted oil lhe force
Aug. til, 1mm, when hu has twini). ihro
) vara old. flu was made roundsman March
ait, lKTi iromolcd lo sergeant July ai,
I trsTn, and appointed oaptsln .Mum .10, ihht.
lu tbo I liter lajsellv hn trusassigntd' to Iho
01k strict Minimi, liiciirelnitisferrcil to tlio
I ast Klght)-elghtli stnet stnilnn and finally
In the reicnl simke-up to the bteamboat
The Hoard to-day announced these trans
fers: Srrirl. (Irnrira K (Unman, from Iho Chail a
sttret atlHIeil tn Madlmn alrrrl.
lrrat iita U. rtllopo, VVmil Thirty aeTrnth
atrrei to ( harlrt tlreet
r at Uiraiito II. IioTrll, Trrmont lo VVia
"thirty aavrnth .trc"t
Patrslinan hi nurl II llrathr, ftnm Wral Forty
arrrnlh stfral lo Wr.l M !().. onil (rot
l'atrulnian .lotin W Mturr, 1 ajI r Ifhiy rlflith
atlrrl In church atrrnt.
I'atrolnuu John J. Curtry, Lootiard atrret to
I l'atrulnian l.ilwaril Krnnrdy, Trrmont to Church
I atrohnan Jra.r H ( lark. ( hurcli atrrat to La.t
I IMtrolman lllotiarj J, Coian, ( liurrll atrret lo
I VI rH riiirty-.rTcuth Itlekt.
I rtro man Ltlnaril a,atilan, ( horrh atrart lo
I VV..1 Hnli-rl.lilh lrc(
rtrohnan John llrary, T mont lo V'lllli .tr-.t
I'atrnlman John J. aLna, r'lflh atraot to Ki.t
Pitio roan ehrlKfophrr O Kanlthoru., VV r.l On
il itilii-flth atrret to Wial Tliirly-.rrrnt'i "Ir ol
Patrolrrai Jaitirn I'arry.VVast rll da tialrort
'to aat Malr.airitth Htrtrl
rjtroliian Jrlin Mrrnry, Wiat Kirlyaeranth
alri,ltol narlos a(r-y,
lUtroliioi .To'in IC'iinrry, Weit Korty-MTenth
atrtot tnliuirrii ali,v(,
I'alrolnian U larlea VVIlllim.on. Wrat ( nillun.
t!ril an I TMrty.aut J Mrr t tiTrrmin.
Pilroliuan Join l,ynp, Kaai Ihirly. tilth atreit
to Church Itrrct.
STEAMSHIP OnjlHE AT SEA.
EraproBB of Japan Almost Lost BIr
Edwin Arnold on DonreL
Irv MirciATin Fnri.l
Van Cocv Kit, II. c, Aug. so Thcbteamer
hmpressof Japan has arrived from China
and Japan. On Aug. 10 lire wns caused tn tho
nit rr hold by tho fusing or the i lectrlc-llght
'lhe vessel was then woo miles from Yoko.
hama. llhout alarming the passengers sho
put about run! steamed lull speed for Hako
date, tho nearest port, ami began lUhtlng
tho lire through a hulo madu In the bulkhead,
j 1 ho v ( sscl v hh In tlio utmost lrll on tho
1 ) to Hakodate. At one time tt looked ns If
sbo must to abandoned, and tho boats weru
lovven d aud provisioned lor Hie purpose.
i 'leu tuns o: Migar and tea were burned.
Among tho passengers was MrKdwlnAr-
Hold, who is returning lo resumotho ediur-
shlp of thu Uindon frlejrnpi. lie brings
i with him the finished copy of his new Japan-
I cso drama.
ItcK m leaving Japan he was decorated by
the i'.mperor with me nrdnr or tho ltlslug Hun
and made a cbokunla of the Empire of Jupan.
Tho following nio tho closing quotations ot
mining stocks at iho Consolidated Kxchango
ril. Alir.l.l fill AlKtl
Ainrrlcan llron Hilt . . 10 ,'Ji
H.K 01 .03 Kbstit"l - .14
Alter ... .CO .r.l.Kiiit.tJil.t
AilamaLon .0 Prm 20
Aaprit M. A Lacroarr. ,(,S
h Co. 6 (Ml I.e., (,,. .Ir, .17
iUllo lal . .til l illlrl'lilaf .21 ,'JH
hr'ctirr . 1 25 IMaakan. . l.uu
l!-l . iVtoiilloii, .li
lliu-hrr . 1.10 'Mono .10
Uu-llr JJ ,4H Ml. Illablo. .DO
llillifor . .! .35 .jta)o ,U5 .15
Parctlooa. .1(1 . ill, ltrlla
llrrrro .JS Hi I. la . .03
llrnnt run II .."(North rvtar n.sil
llrlinoiit. ..II ,4U Ontario . .19 011 41.50 '
Lal1oiila .Uuhir .. . 00
II II .'IU 1. MiOrlrnttl A
( hollar . .Ml -I Mlll'r , .OS
I'roanPt .511 - (lriid'nul .VII
('hryaoMe. 10 ll'lrmoutli . ,75
lo Crtl. . .Ill -ll'lioauli J! .10
(ll. (Jal. l'maslt A. 45 .",0
A Va. , . 111 -'Kolilnion
Omi'.luil. (on , 'IV
Mock I J 13 Strait .. .711
l!u Ida 1 at -lmrrr 1 1(1
..trip IC MU iMAudar,! 1.4, 2 011
Drulooil .rtoriimiiul ns
It-rra 2 15 2.25ISaitllaA0 . &o
I irrkae"n I. ("II Mil SaUa-
II In. (.. .2U , (Ian...., .10
l-athrr Di Silver lonl .an
Murt .30 - Small II i,"a ,'JI
Could A '.Sil Vlln (,'0
Currv . . .75 of I. V . .10
(Jr'mtPriia ,15 .Sh sihnnr . - OJ
HalrANor. Serrplou... .25
tro.a ... 1,00 1 lot a .50
lloiiii.lako 14 (Ml 15 (in Itninnlloii 1 (III
llirnliil . .110 -Ward Con. lfi a I
IronMltrr .fu 'Vrl.Jaikot .55 ,7n 1
GOV. EAGLE AT DEATHS DOOR.
Has Deon III for Several Wooka, In
nt Richmond, Ky.
I- .mi ijiirri 1 111 ..
Iittie Iloi k, Ark., Aug. n. -. telegram
limn vir I'ajlo si)S th it her husbind, t.ov
.Iiiuies P. Kugle, Is I)Itu at deuth'scloor at
HI' hrn.inil, K.v, j
uuv. I.agle his been 111 for several weeks. I
wns ibo natural result of lier long weeks !
of Relf.coutrolled trouble , sbo had not
mi complete' (iTfiied lo liers-lf belore J
bow nittili rlie regretted Ibo pis'.
V. In u sbo rosu in Ibo moiulug sbo saw
111 li u vvhito llltlo fiiro nud swol'ciievis
111 tl c gins Unit sbo dreaded to go dovvn
htiiiia. Asiutof npitbvbail M-lcd upon
lier. liiivvovir, nnd blio qnlitly slipped
into her place nt tbo talilo with hopes tbut
ber motlier would not notice ber opo
rmllv. lint tlio sharp ejesof Hint luisv
vvoiiinn took her (latigliter in ipilcl.ly.
Klie intended to wntcb bur more clos ly
borcnfler : bir dllike for Xnt, l'arkuis
must be o( uoiiie.
" llesli 1," k!h" cried 111 fctirprt'C. " .vlnit
Imve vuii be, 11 doing lo voiirolf 1"
"Nothing,1 Mi'stei s.iul, viir.lv. I rnc.
lug beisilf for tlioiitliiL),. ilr. llnriuir I,
n tci n 111111111 nt's look, ret dovv 11 tbf e" 1JT1 c.
pot 'ind i pi unl bo- lip., but uddtuly, to
every olio's surpr re, .Mr. Huiunrd. vvlui
nsu.i lv kepi a ilisrrcet Mb nco during li's
vv (' ttr.i'les laid his tod. worn b ind 011
la-, dnugbte :V sluiuldi r.
"Now, .Inuo'" tier busimud spnke
v.nb tlientlt' oritallve tmio Ik rarel" u-e.l
sivo when I is dirgliter iiti did di feuse
" 1 wnnt onto dlo,ilbls iioii 101 il out
1 niariv lug llesler oil tn Nat I'iii.jjis. Hh
1 la not hei kind at nl ." Iu bis blind w.i
pIoKUtn H.minul lilt tie d II iei.ee I e.
twieu bis gdillu daughter 1 ud the lilttil,
rough youug farmer.
t " After she went upst, Irs lust uigbt,"
I be went on, " I passed uudt-r ber window
I aud tbe cLild win crying lit to break her,
X.J vffjjii, ;,Vtff,-j;ri ; fjiV''Tit i,"- ,. ivv- m
MINERS ENTOMBED III HES.
An Explosion Shuts Off All
Egress for 160 Mon,
Hinptoyera afirl Families Hop for
tha liest, but Kear tha Wont.
Irv arnrMTrn rafaa.l
Ixisnns, Aug. W Tin da) shift of Iftomen
had not been long at ivurk this morning at
thol'arksllp cnal-plt, nenr llrldgend, n min
ing town In (llntnorganshlre, Wales, before
the ground trembled with the force of an ex
plosio i, and tho people In the vicinity knew
Immediately that an accident had happened
In the mine.
Iho eiplnslun had caused the earth and
rock to lull, and tnu mouth of thn pit was
closed. Noln klnglo man of iho l.'iil In tho
mine had made his escape, and It Is feared
that there has been great loss of Hie.
Hundreds of tho miners lu tlio vicinity have
voluiiltired tptlr sen liea, arid tho work of
rlenrlug tho pit mouth Is being pushod as
rapidly as eltetlnislaricej will permit.
All around the pit are gathered women and
chlldron, speechless, anxious nnd hoping for
the best, jet expelling the worat,
'I wo raeu wore found near the liottom of
tha pit this evening. IVoth wcro badly burned
and unconscious, 'ivvo women rushed for
niirdnlth crlos ot Jo) ns they recogntied
tlulr husbands. Iho physicians held out
little hope of their recovery, as tho men evi
dently have inhaled fire.
bliarlly alter these men wcro brought up
the flames from thu burning pit ascended and
set Uro to lhe structures at lhe pit head. At
(his sight many women (.'tinted, vvhllo the
shrieks ol utlicr.s wero heartrending.
When thn Dames Issued irom the pit all
hope was abandoned. Those who escaped
death in th explosion have certainly been
aunocated or burned to death.
Fronoirdnn Attnck Belgian. Work-
Inr In Kronen Mines.
tnr AMnriATrn mint. I
Pints, Aug. uo The troubles between tho
French and Belgian miners employed at
I levin. In tho Dcpaitmcntof Pns-de-CalaLs,
culminated to-ilay when the rrenebmen at
tscked tho dwellings occupied by the Uelgtnns
and smashed every window In them. The
llolglatiR appealed to tho gendarmes for holp,
but It was found ncces"ary to call upon tho
troops to suppress tho disorder.
The llelglan miners have been ndjlsed to
leavo trance In tho event ot further assaults.
John Korloy la Re-electod by an
1st aacoriATTu rnxaa.i
Ionpov, Aug. 2d. Tho election in New.
castle-nu. Ty no )uslorday resulted in the re
turn to parliament ot John Mnrloy, Chief
Secretary lor Ireland. Mr. Morley received
10,003 votes in tho general election, but his
poll yesterday was Increased to 12,083 votes.
Eartbquako Fhoclc Felt To-Day In
Irr AaociiTn ynrai. I
I.tovs, Aug. CO. A rather sovero sbocv of
earthquako was felt hero to-day. The shock
was also iclt in several other departments lu
tbo south ot France.
German Army BUI Substitute for
Two Years' Service Plan.
BT ASSOCIATED raKIS,
BtaMT, Aug. SO. Tbe Sor'th Grrmnii
Gillette confirms the statement that the pro
visions ot the Army bill have been settled
and that It is doubtful if the measure will bo I
presented at tho eomlng session of the I
11 has teen decided that the two-years''
service plan will not be introduced In a legal '
form, but a pro1. Islou win bo made to shorten
tho term of Infant r) service.
Cooler Woather and Rains Experi
enced In Austria.
Ivy Aracru'Fn rncas.1
Vienvi, Aug. Jtl iho terribly hot tem
perature that has pre railed hero for over
wo weeks fell to-uny. p,iv) rlns fell hero
and lu Iludapest and tbo weather has becomo
ver) much cooler.
TENNIS IN THE RAIN.
E. U flail Bouts CUne7, V. O. Hall
Boa'.en by Larnod.
li v nsviriATCn pacaxi
NrwroiiT. Aug. ','tl. Ilia conditions lor tho
tennis pi iy this morning wero very poor. It
rallied nil night and play was begun in a
eJlzzllrg rain at 11. llo
som chase and I d Hall were tho first to
I lay. In tho tlrst set Chase started lu by
si owing Biirprlsingl) strong tennis, in view
nt the nrevnllliig londltloii', nnd plajcil all
.Hound his opponent, t iking the se-l on his
siipeilur worn. Hall lelngabt" to gi t but nnu
'auic and that niter the scuio huil gunc lo
Hall, who In Iho first set had deatlj been
pli) lug (ai liel w Ids biamard ot )ci innv.
In gm to brace In the ( i ut il. while v. n isc tell
on . i Utile. Ilsll wimi th" : rt two giims,
llicii carilcd ll.es-,,ro lu4 -U. . "I. .mil thill
wmi nut, itolng gnsl work thriiuli the set,
though h i nlly ii.ulilng his lo in in tiiom.ilch
with nut ail.
Miminii) rnir.Ui Itcun I II. U Hall beat
I ". 'I.lhlsi". I -II, (l-."l, l-ll, II-.".", (1.;
I Larnid beat V. (I. Hall, il -I. il-."l, 7 .1.
Iirr heart, utid look nt ber pnlo face Ibis
Itioniliig. Can't von sen It?"
"Yes, I mii it ' Ins wilo Bird erosslv.
It ahvnvs r mscil lu I tciiiiur to In np
posed i.noipeetedly bv lui liiisbimd, for
hbo usuallv bn 1 to submit m c it ,iuil
ll' a 1 nuns. no! Son good. for. uotbiii'
ellv fellow. I'll vvfiirniit !" Willi wldeb
".hot t.bo U tt the talilo nnd ) gnu rattling
tbo itihbis in n in lo prevail further
losliua Ihrnnrd slowly left tbe bnuso
j for tbe He'd It wns u new idm Hint bis
I vv ife bad fiti'.'gesled. vet Hi stt r bad ucvei
miiiI iiiivtlniu' to bim nbotit it, and them
weio few tbili'js she did not roulidcto
liim lie tl. ,i)it uf it nil tbo long, nniln
! iiiniiiiii;: till lb tc-rili'o lit at drovridl tbn
Iwo-.'.us ti tliu vv.l onto hlndo of (be
tnu, a'otig ib (u en I v lliu roadkido,
'I li.- dust lay Illicit and dry ou tlio
giouiiil tlio ill" (tshbrilli d monotonous y
-it thing annul. A cloud of dust ditiio
di vvn the roid .mil ,lu-lun l'nrn.iid nud
bis mm vvntcbei I It ritriouslv v. bo was
luclll-ll I 11' U.'ll to llllVl" llOthlH bo frst
under nidi .i 1 1 zinc fhii ?
ll did not t.i'uu iiiuch t.i check tbe ex.
liutisti 1 , in 'if linvs, who stool lining
mil dust.bfjnuie.l, utid tbev turned to
ll.O ll.llt '.IllCl.liOIIld
A in li lay there, fiillen under tbo sint,
witb hi-, I ic .1 d-irk led uud bis c o bis
" Dniul. !" was Uo di-gusted crv. but,
Jnsl.ui 1 nriiatd, vvbo looked inuru clo.cly, '
sad, "A suiisIioLh. Take bim to tbe1
boiibo cnrefi'lly," and followod, wiping,
bii beated brow. He felt cbaiit.ible now
CHARGED WITH AIOUCTIML ?i IH
Rlohard Bnbcook Said to Hav Mab .(tfl
led Two eletors. ' '',V;H
rciAj,ioTnr rvturso would.) :Idbbb1
Patiksok, N. J Aug. -o. Mlchard Bab. .vH
cock Is under arrest on charge of abductltm mm
Mary and Llzle cllffo, daughters ot a wel (iH
known silk manufacturer lu Pnterson. " $laH
six yeaia ago Babcock nursed Mr. Cllffa tal
vvhllo he was 111 In the hospital. Cltrrefeltw H
grateful thai he showed Babcock msnyfavora 3H
and ngnrdod him as an Intimate friend. Bab A9l
cock, it is alleged, took advantago of this to aaH
lead the lu young daughters uf Cllfie lot vllH
'l ho fnther of th girls did not atispcct any 'flaH
tblng until Aug. l:i, when Babcock und tha ISaH
t lltTo sinters disappeared from tbe city. Mr. . "JH
Cllffe, while making search for his daughters, VjiSbbI
met fiabcock's wife, and she told htm that hla iftaH
daughters had conicssed to her. I .:BaH
Mr. cliffs armed himself with a revolver .kBaB
and seal cited for Babcock, who waa not seen n'jjaai
until last night, when he waa arrested at hla
'l he ( line sisters wore found at a boarding. i M
oiiso in l'alcrson. They wcro taken to their .aaal
father s house. V'taH
FOR AN " L " HOAD IN BOSTON. i(fl
flow York Capitalists interested la "eaai
a Pending: Scheme. 'yM
Irv AstnriaTKn ntii.l , Jraai
Ilosrns, Aug. sa. Tho Journal aaya 'Sjaaal
a sMidlcato of Now TOrk and !
I'hlladelpbla capitalists has been M
rylo- to bicuro Itglslatlvo agents to assist
them In promoting the passage of a. but
which will glv o tin in tbo right to build" an !B
elevnted railroad In Boston and Its suburbs. IrljH
It Is said tint tlio men behind tho move. x'.9
merit are the s una who recently purchased laaal
the belt line, Lynn and Lojton aud Kaum- "-.iIbbbI
kencand hssex KoaJs. V'H
ono rf tho men Is a large stockholder In tbe JSjnH
Manhattan Klevaled Italiroau Company ot tnX
( w icrk. ,',IH
H. K. Henntston nnd.f. P. User, of Phils Ajjfl
drlnlili, und Cnpu (Irtllen, ot mo lienor al ',
Klcctric ( ompany, are mentioned as being In XiM
tho syndicate. .'ieaai
SALVATIONISTS IN REVOLT. . M
0 en. Booth Condemned at A' dreat aaal
Meeting In Toronta ( jl
Irv AtroriATm rncss.1 vtBBB
Toronto, tint., Aug. U(k An Immense gath- r!tB
crlng of Salvationists list night heard the tSM
statement of Brigadier l'bllpot, who 'is at the j
tiriid of the rev olt against (ien. Booth and his ,;!bbb!
management ot tho fenlvatlon Army. VB
1 ho audlcnco passed a unanimous rcaolo. Y-bH
tlon condcmdlng (Icn. Booth and hlsadber. J'A-B
cuts, and pledging their support to Phllpot. 'Val
( barges wero alto made against .Mrs. Booth ''rH
wlillo here of groib c.itravagance in livlnir ucSH
and travelling. S"-aaal
THIEVES AT HOMESTEAD. 3M
Pockot-Plo'tlnnr rind Borrr-Burnlng f. B
Troops May Loovo Soon. t Vl
Ibt AaaociATVp rum i ilH
HnvESTEin, Aug. IS. The military and 'XH
lncked-out men allko are cugromed In discos- 7
slon over tbo Harrlsburg despatch that the ilaH
mlllila li to bo removed entirely. 'kafl
Among the Homestead men such IntellU -?B
gence w ould bo received with Undisguised de iU
light, and It Is just this pleasure Which In- -jfl
cllnes the general omcers ot the guard to j'IbH
doubt the wisdom of the removal at present. aaal
Anron V Ucr. of Homestead, had bis pocket v.'aaal
picked of f lgo this moridng. Ills sublet ItM
were burned last night aud he lost 3,00a ikB
Tho presenco of a number of thieves, who '..'!
wero nttracted to town by the wage contest. .bbbI
is beginning to manifest Itself. "H
SIGNS THE TROLLEY BILL jS
Mayor Grant's, Autoyrapb on tli V,H
Buokleberry Vranoblae. .,-3531
Mayor Grant this afternoon signed the or , '.tlvjM
dlnance adopted by the Board of Aldermen "ilaafl
Tuesday, granting the Union Hallway Com B
pany (the Huckleberry lload) the right to Xlaafl
construct extensions of Its tracks, and to run riaaaa!
the trolley system ot propulsion. jL3bbb1
Tho Mayor snld to Inn Evkkiho YtoBMire """""TH
fiortir that he Mgned tho ordinance betausn -vjaal
t wns In Hue with the suggestions adopted by ' 'aaaal
tho Klectncal Comtnlstlon last Bprlog. tavor- -?H
Ing iho use cr the trolley tn tbo Annexed Dls- iH
trlct, and becauso be had received no protest iIbbbI
against tho measure. rlaal
WARD BROTHERS TO RACE,
Three Pairs Made Up from the Old NH
Four and Two More. VH
far AUsnciAirD racsa.1 -.vBal
Niwbcbo. Aug. su. Tho triangular race, TJH
In which pairs mado up ot tbe famous Ward H
brothers, oarsmen, will tako part, at Corn raal
wall-on-the-Hudson. wilt take place on Tues- ''''Sbbb!
div, bept. 1:1. Kills Ward's birthday. yM
Hlsevpeeted that Prof. William Blalkie Paaal
will bo tho releree. jlsaaal
Tho crotvs will bo as follows: First, Josh H
Ward, of tbe famous four-nared crew, with fjaaal
dard v jnl : second, uilbert Ward, of tbe H
four, with Daniel Ward; third, Hank and 'tM
tills aril, both of the old four. iaaai
YONKERS SOLDIERS RECALLED. V
Started for Home Onoo and Tba j-?B
8ont Back to llffi Farm. vjH
f AredaTvrTF.1 "jH
llriiAio, Aug. 20. " We'ro going borne, ileal
vve'ie going home," sang a chorus of voices -H
from the I'uurth Scpaiato company as they -11
stood at "In pi ico rest" at the Etchangy 9I
street depot (f llie Central at U o'clock this rfl'l
tiinrnliig awaliln? n train lor V mkers. i I
While the lungwas still on their lips an ?tjBrl
onh rl) mail" I tu the captain and tho next AJ
Imtiiit an order for attention rang out along vtaB
tho line andMietsoa Irom the city br tbe waaal
Hudson were soun burr) Ing away to tho Tiff t jjCaaal
Pn nn. saal
'lliu oider for their lmmc.polng had wen SB
recalled and the) were uidered back 10 duty. -aH
towards nil stranger. Wns it not a Iflai
fctrniiger tbut Hester perbops loved? -SB
'Ilieio wmcctidisiou in tbe brown farm- 'IbbbI
botie immediately, for .lane llnrnard waa afl
111 ber clement when bo lindm-icl; person ttaaal
on her I11111U. and bUe unceremoniously il
,11ft Hestir with tbo housework below
vvlulo sbo took possession of the sick
room. ! lie was ntlrnitcd by the nncon. ''!
seiottsiinn, witb bis baudsome face and ,--H
leOucd nppesraucc. i ''fl
' ' How is bo V" Hcs'er asked, vrben ber
liiotuir fltnillv doseended. saal
" lln'll be 11b right niter my nursing," ;'
that vvortbv pi'rsjluco leniiirl.ed, nnd rial
lortbw lb l.iuiicbed into n glowing de- H
sir ption nf her iriticit 'lmaae!
I'evir'ri eiirinsilv wis rjissls so Ilka ll
(ririi bn mother's do'orlptinu, yet . A
wild thought Hashed tlnougti lier bead, ''H
nud sbo Mule r.i'Wiurs with u beating benr 0H
and piused ou the threshold. Bbe lelt 'Isaaal
dirv and closed br ej es. "It could not y
In) " el e kept mying; " ho Is miles away IvH
from here." Yet when she finally did JbbbbI
look nt tbe tineous Ions fnce of tbe tnan 'CaaBBi
1 1 loie ber n look of pusaionato joy o-me H
into liur ne. H
" lb ink Heaven, Ueibert, dnrlingl" -4
she iiied, and .is if a stio I were broken ' 'fH
bo lookid nt her. A smile of recognition ijJaafl
tamo 10 bis lips uud with n iiiuruiu al Jaaaal
uti e.iriucut betrud tmlravr bur to bim. Itbbbb!
" I luivc totiii'l him mother!" ber SVal
dftiubter i-iiid. with 11 s'liilu tbrougb ber jaaaal
loi'H. imi .is tlioitgb tins explained it all rjaaaai
hhu luriied lo hor futlier'b open arms. aaaaal
Winn Heibett htrotig rccneied and Obbbbbi
went a" in witb bis i oung bi de even Jano iiH
l'nruard bad become reconciled to lier "tlH
new Kon.lu.lnw, nud never again in hu '.kaBBBa
life did she moutiou Nat 1'arkiue's nam. ,lbbbb1
She uc-cpeld ber defeat. Eitttangc. T1bbbbI
a, , ' ill