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I THE WORLD j SATURDAY EVENING. AUGUST 27, 18D2. " " 3 $gP
J HIIRUI'S THEATRES OPEN,
Bedeoorated spd FurniBherJ, Fivo
Begin the Season Tonight.
New riy ft Some, Old Favorite
Hold th Board at Others.
The theatrical season In Brooklyn mil gel
veil under way this evening when nvo play
houses will throw open their doors tor the
season. Tun theatres thai will open to-nUht
are the Columbia, Holmes' Star, the Amphlon,
tea Avenue Academy and t lie Novelty. Col
Sinn's Park Tlieatro Inaugurates tut season
on Monday evening and the Bedford Avenue
Tncatro will open with a uiatlneo on Labor
Day.
During the summer months a great many
Impiovements bave been made In the Colum
ns. Painters and decorators baro becu at
work on tho Interior ot tlio bouse, a now
smoking-room has been fitted up downstairs,
and easy chairs hnvo been placed In tho lob
ties. Tbo play that will mark the season's
opening Is one admirably adapted to n bum
mer audience, (or "Incog," with Charles Dick
son In tbo leading character, Is a comedy that
is light and lull of laughter aud song. Mr
Dickson wilt be seen as Tom Stanhope alias
Jack Darling, a part In which bo mado a hit
last season. "The Man About Town," a one
act comedy drama, will b given as a curtain
raiser. Tho Amphlon will present a very pretty
picture this evening. The bouse has been
thoroughly cleaned, aud upholsterers hae
been at work In various parts. Chailcs
Klein's Ametlcin comedy, " Dy Proxy," has
been (elected as an opening attraction. Tbo
play will be prrscntod by Charles Matthews'!
company, which Includes A. b. Llpmao, Lionel
Bland, Harry Drown, Harry Carlton, Misses
Leonora Uradley, Katbcrlno Florence, Erne
Canning and Llrzle l)u Hoy. The comedy
will be gltcn a rno stage setting.
'I lio first pcrformancei at the Leo Avcnuo
Academy tinder Us new managers, Messrs.
rearson and Dawson, will be glfen to-ul:bt,
when .1. it. Linwcl will prudent tho play
mado famous by his father, " Frit. In Ire
land " Mr. Linuict has several new faces in
his company. A new song, entitled "An Al
pine Ko er," will bo Introduced. The tbeatro
Las been newly carpoted, a new drop curtain
has been bung and tho boxes have been hand
somely draped.
Tbo Novelty rcopotii with "Tbo Planter's
Wife." Tbo play bast lived a long ttaio and
. had wondcriul popularity. It is a slmplo
play with Klinnle tnotlWa. but of great In
terest. Harry Lacy and Emily ltlgl will take
f the lc.tdlng roles. Mr. Lacv is an uctor of tho
,f romantic type, und tiully ltlgl Is an emo
tional actress of considerable ability.
i The Star Theatre, redecorated tbro'.ghout,
o and supplied with lour pietty new boxes,
tuiiom-uludoois this uvoiiln with "The
, police Patrol ' as the attrauum. The play
vlll bo Interpreted by n good company, and
ii the scenery Is a special feature of the pro-
0 auction. Una setting shows Ilnyinniket
Square In Chicago, whero the Anarchists
rioted. In this act tho identical horses which
passed through the riot will lie shown. I
o At all of thrso houses tho san.c attractions
will hold tho boaras next week. I
" Managers William K. and Walter I- Mnn
at will u-.hor In tho i-cngon at the Park Tbeatro
i, on Monday evenln?. "The loner of ths
Press " will bo produced by Augmtus l'ltou's
company. Tho play deals with characters
o- and scenes tamlll ir to people llvlnv in a great
m clt, while tbo .-lory Is tea in such a way as
to enlist tbo interest of I lie audience. Tbo
arama will lie Handsomely set. -Nat c. Goad
ed will is billed to appear tbe following week tn
. a new comedy, " A Ulldcd Fool."
' Manager Laurent Howard, ot tbe Bedford
Avenue Theatre, Is ready to open on Labor
e- Day. This bouso has also been 'brightened
) uc " Oood Old Times " will bo tbe opening
,., attraction. '
At Ilnber nebhardt's casino on Monday
tt the progrnmme will include tbe Davenport
In brothers, acrobats ; Lay ton sisters In songs
, and dances ; Paul Stanley, comedian : Frank
"" Clanon, musical nrtt'it: Nelllo l'rankltu,
songstress and several others.
- RACb WAR IN A CHURCH.
111
n Italian and Eneltsb, Speaking- Catbo-
o( lies at Odds.
CJ EnglUh-speaklng and Italian dements are
lit at war In tho Catholic Church ot Our Lady ot
" lloint Carmcl.
JJ Father Aloyslus Mcnsola Is the priest. Ills
f. predecessor was Father carmody, who was
compelled to retire on account ot tbo hostility
of tne Italians.
j On Aug. 17 tho Italians gars an excursion
to celebrate their victory. Father Banks, of
'" tt English taction, was present. Ho was
r Antonio I'etrurl, a saloon-keeper, who testl-
g. eel his aveislon to Father U&nks by pom-
fuelling him In the face. '
" The Engllsh.siK'aMng taction arc getting
'' tip a petition to the Arcubwhop to havo
l Father Carmody, who is now In librae, rt in-
,J stalled.
u, THIS MARRIAGE A FAILURE.
? George and Nolllo McAullffe end
it. Their Baby Arrested.
Georgo and Nellie McAullffe, busband and
vilfe, and their slx-montlis-old- Infant, wore
prisoners In the Lee Avenue Court, Williams
burg, to-day. .McAullffe was charged with
furnishing no homo tor his wife and child.
d. She alleged she had been obliged to lcep In
hallways and her Uusbam had given her but
to in four mouths.
Nclllj was charged by Uctcctlvc-Jergt.
Mj Joan Ilrarty with putting her child's head on
the (,ati s avenue railroad track to bare It
run oer by an upproachlng car.
Doth prisoners pleaded nut guilty.
I- .llnrrh of lliu I'lngm-,
ItMd the Koinanco end nulity nl theA.latb
f sfl r. itt'e;i?r'1 b L'agiua bus Iu hl me.tr-
h fifVi lh8 nderlnB .low." Wel-.t, Tlitl'llui
id saaitmelr. Seeto uiorrou'eBimDA.MKHcCBV.V
WERT m 1IIDH II TUG.
.
The Comejia Biuks at Hor Dock
in Brooklyn.
The Eglnr Mi Aileap pa Board
but the Crew Escaped.
Tbe tugboat Cornelia belonging to II. H.
Daun, a marine engineer, of 317 Eart One
Hundred anil Twenty-second street, was
sunk shortly before s o'clock this morning at
tbo tout ot llaltlc street, Brooklyn. William
Fields, the engineer, wbo was asleep In tho
cabin, was drowned.
Tho crew consisted of cant. Jam's V. John
ston, Fireman Jam Morris, Ctok W llllain
McKcnna. Deckhand John II. Douqrau and
Engluocr Fields. '
uiipl. Johutton went to his borne In South
llropklyn at 0 o'clock at night and lelt the
crew n charge ot I (in veeL The men ie
tiled nbout midnight, and nucut two hours
later they w pro aw akened by tbe caslMng ot
the boat. Tbe fireman, deckhaud and cook
succeeded In vscnlng irom their tortus in
thtlr night-clothes.
A piTicemnu succeeded In securing tbo
body of Engineer l'lelds, which was rcmoied
to an undertaker's establishment.
The cause ot the tug's sinking has not yet
been definitely ascertained.
Tbo Cornelia was built In 1870 and was
recently routed. Sue was valued at $3,500
and was insured.
SHELLED NEWTOWN CREEK.
Mayor Boody Ude a Tour of In
spection on Tug.
For the first tlmo since Mayor Boody's ac
cession to office In Brooklyn bo has just vis
ited Newtown Creek to Investigate tbe al
leged nuisances there.
1 Uo Mayor was accompanied by Corpora
tion counsel Jenks and Health Commissioner
Urlflln, and they wcro met nl tbo bead of
Grand street by representative taxpayers of
the rlftcenlh and scventebnth wards, 'iho
party cmoarked on the tug .Mascot, intend
ing to make n lour all along Newtown creak.
The Mayor kald ha bad teen and smell, d
enough by tbo tlmo tbo party had examined
tlio bone-boiling factory of II. Kort Meyer
and the carnaca works nr tho Andrew Wlsscl
Company on Furman's Island.
Most of the visitors worn sick by that tlmo
and Uic pai tyre-embarked tor Orand street.
The Mayor tolu the citizens thai tun nui
sances wcro very bad and tbty bad lust caitso
for complaint. He urged them to aid tbe city
authorities to abate tho nuisances, and prom
ised that immediate steps should bo taken
' aguint the nuisance makers both In Kings
and queens counties.
BOYS RING UP FARES.
Thoy Jump on e. Street Car and Pelt
the Conductor with Mud.
Two bors. Elmer (Jlscn. thirteen. 007
1HU UUJ 1, A.1U1V1 UIOV1I, ,UI,VCU, Wit
Hicks street, Brooklyn, and Fred Llppman, :
ten years old. ot B7 Luquer street, wcro '
taken to tho Hamilton avenue statlou-nouso
this morning on a chargo of malicious mU
chief. Ira Iteynold?, conductor on a Jay street
car, told the police that the boys Jumped on
bis car and, qficr ringing up aoteral fare on
tnu reglstir, threw miii) at him and then
attempted to escape.
lie rcfUte.1 to uiako a complaint against
them, and thoy were not held.
LEE WONG DROWNED.
Ho Stapa Off a Planlc While Board
ing a VosseL
corontr Lindsay, of Brooklyn, was notified
ths morning ot (ho doatb ot Loo Wong, a
cnlnamau, who was drowned In Newtown
creek.
Lee was about sixty years old, and was at
tired In a dark cu.uwaycoat, trlib vest and
trousors tcmatclK liarly last evenlu; ba was
lioarHIUf lliu steauiDOal (llcushlcl, at tbe
Kings county I'll Works a.k, near Ulli'v
Milii Hrldc,and fell Horn ihu (.-angplank.
In hlspcc.ets ttorparlug, a silver Match and
M.oO in money.
6AR0N FAVA SAILS.
Roport that Ho Is Relieved as the
Italian Mlnletor.
Daron Fava, Italian Minister to the United
States, left for Home this morning on the
North German Lloyd steamship Werra. It Is
Bald that thcro Is to bo a now Minister to
take tho place of llaron Faa at Washington,
I and thitt tho litter will not return.
To au E-TEMMi Would reporter llaron 1'ava
this, morning rciuscd to stato whether or not
the story of his, alleged ie.Mll wat true.
Tho Minister went aboard tho ship last
night, lie li travelling without any attendants.
-r -
Christopher Kaiser Was Drowned.
The corpse ot an unknown man, found In
tho water at Hunt's Point several days ago,
was this mormug IdentlUed ut the Morgue as
that of CbrHlonhir Kaiser, sotouty-ttvo
years old, of 311 North Tenth strait, Brook-
' ljn.
Thought Plsmtes Killed Ills Mother.
Michael McDcrinott, aged thirty-three, of
U17 East teventv-fourtu street, was com
mitted for ixnmlnatlon nttojjls sanity by
l.lusiltn Talntnr lu Yr.rkTlllo T;nuit to-day.
, McDerinou bceaino violent last nlgnt throu.-h
theb.illuelnatlon that bo had seen his mother
murdered by pigmies.
" I.ohb IMiiLd Unllroail."
Aftrr.Sept. 0, until Oct. 1. laclailv. Train 103,
)tilni Brcoklrnat i.5Sni Loaii Mini L'ltr ,l
SP if. will run on iriiUrn and h&turiu ji otiljr,
I and'! rain 110, lluB,Sg uarUorat 7.1M). tr;eo-
poitat7.15I". M.. will run on Fttiax and Mon-
I dir only. V
5 HESTER BARNARD'S ROMANCE.
ii
k
I An Odd Incident That Spoiled a Plotting
Mother's Plans.
1
5I
Ir TheKpriu,'; was very sweet (hat year-
ineorchnrcl blossoms were heavy nml rich
y on the freb, wnrtu nir, nud tbe Wuruaras'
f. orovtu farm-house, w.itU U lupssy roof,
fitted perfectly into tlio ltimHcapo uf tlio
J Mutly umlnlatma prnlno laud, lmt
JoiUua Uaruinl never uoliced its thirty
- jCftrs' eonipomousliui with his wife, Jnno.
bad thorouKlily erajicotetl the lesthetlo
Part of bis nature. She was a woman
whose faeo gnvo ono tlio impression that
A tad lecu rudely cnrvcrl out with n
uatp hulfo nu.l not polished down; tho
accentuated thin by drnguiutj her hair
rack into n. tight l:uot nt .tho woug auslo
her head. Mrs. Barnard wns noted in
I the couutry round nl.out for hor sharp
voice. Kood butter und obVuncy.
How bhe was ever induldd TTy lior on-
iTnig husband to lot hlu mud thoir
J IV iluulifur, Ucier. uwa'y to cbool
bad been ihe morvl of tho gossips for
0 aohth. V hate er topic was introilucod
t u always branched off on to tho Barnard.
"' if for ,ho bed ot b 'amUy. back-
tematkj tot Hester wer 'Hurliur'inwH
,1' ft-Ui'tfiL-lkil.Jn",
ot wickeduoss that could not bo resisted.
Hester had como back that Spring for
goodj her college days were lluisbe.l aud
b'je was trying to settle dowu again iu tho
old life that teemed a dream.
Four years of city life, with tho refining
influences tho had wot, bad, worked a
marvellous cbaugo iu tho brown-cyod,
iiiuiet girl. Sua thought at first her
i father nud mother bad changed, and was
pnzled, but wbeu tbe real truth broke
' upon her she felt suddenly alienated, us
! though sho wero a stranger. They were
where she had left them, while sho had
moved n notch higher; it made hor more
teudorly kind towards her fi.tber. whom
' tho loved, i moro cuurilaule towatds her
I mother, who was nt ouca proud of hornnd
J dissntislled and on nccount of this soiue.
imo tryiug. It hurt Ilns'.cr to hear hur
mother boart to a neighbor of hor
duugule r' accomplishments; it lillod her
with ','b3J ?9 be pushea KoX"1111 at tb"
little fiatherinas, whose atmotpber bad
beceme distasteful, and o see tbe envious
i At flnt wbftt tbe came baok ah bad
w!v(MWtfV K' "'".' sfw,"' "'
OHQQKLYN Wl ID BRIEF,
Notablp Ocourrencoa In tiQ Qity
ot Ohurohesi
raragraphs That Photograph the
History of tbe Urty.
Fractured a Collnr-Bone.
Llet en-year-old Tbomis canavnn, ot7GU
Butler street Brooklyn, lell from a shed In the
rcirofbls home and Haciurcd his toilai-
bono.
Flvo-Year-Old Thrown from a Car.
Thomas Haurahan, flo years old, ofs.Ml
Douglass street, Brooklyn, was thrown oft a
Butler Btreot car last plght. Ills leg was
lujured.
Foil from an Elevated Station,
Joseph Hurler, living nt yiu Hamilton
acnuo, Brooklyn, fell from the Klngi County
Klca(ed liallroad station at llockaway ave
nue curly i hii morning and sustained a suvci o
scalp woumL
Doatb lrom Paris Groen.
Joseph l'ranklln, of rHl Bushwlck avenue,
Brookln, died In St- Cathcilno's Hospital at
1 o'clock this morning lrom a dosu uf Paris
green, which be lookun Weduesda).
Foil from a Scaffold,
George Valentine, ot 47 McDougall street,
Brooklyn, while at wprk on a tcaqold on a
new building at Broadway and sumuer ave
nue, Brooklyn, fall to tha gruund aid sus
tained Internal injuries.
Held for tho Grand Jury far Bobbery.
Alfred Brlttpn, who was arrested several
da) s ago for l obbluif A. A. Webster Co., t bo
Brooklyn Jew cllers. of two dozen silver spoons,
was tbii morning held lor the Uraud Jury.
Buffalo Firemen fieturn Home.
Tbo members ot Burtalo Exempt Firemen's
Atsoclatlon, who bae been visiting tbo
Volunteer Firemen's Association of Brooklyn,
lcttfor home this morning. They wero es
corted to tho terry by tho Brooklyn organliu-too.
BOYS SHUT DOWN A HILL
A Williamsburg shop closes Owlne
to Thefts of linchlneiw.
James McLaughlin and Prank Donnelly,
aged fourteen years, wero lu tho Leo Avenue
Police Court to-day charged pith slcallnt;
headers valued nt tlou lrom Ucoige H
Iteevcs's planing mill, ut lf7 Qreeno street,
Williamsburg.
Tho work of the shop was si hindered by
tbo loss of tlio headers, Mr. lteotes stld. that
tlio factory had to clou down for a day.
The bos sold the htindcrn at Frank Ackor
man's Junk store, '-'04 Franklin street. Ack
ci man was held tu f."iOO buud-i to answer lor
receiving stolen properly,' und the boys wero
hula lor examination.
AUGUSTA, GA., HAS A BLAZE.
$400,000 Dnrnaco A Newspaper
poe3 to Press Amid Flumps.
III! AESOCliTID vni-.i. 1
Auocsta, Oa., Aug. 7. Fho this morning
destroyed tba Alexander Drug and
heed Company Building, Fleming &
Bowles's furniture warehouse, E. V.
bmythe's crockery store, Hairy Hairs photo
graph gallery, Joseph It. Lamar's law office,
Thomas & Barton's Vf bolesalo mutto and sow.
lng-machlncs, the roidenco ot Loroy Miller
and th Cftro.ifrld office, l.oas estimated at
S4UO.000.
Ihocntlro morning edition ot the Chronicle
wasworkod off whllo tho building was In
ll.uncj.
S500 BAIL FOR EACH.
Boberts and McCallum Will Be Be-lonoe-1
on Tho.o Terms.
Argument oa a writ of habeas corpus In tho
enso ot Wm. 11. ltobcrts aud Nell McCallum,
who aie under arrest and charged with run
ning ubrgus banking business at 10 Wall
hlioct, known uk tlio Flnancu Trading com
pany, wui heard by Judgo D'Brlcn In the Su
prcinu Court, Chambers, to-day.
'l bo result w us an urecmeut. between tho
prlsuncis' counsel nna tho District-Attorney
tnatf.'.oj hail than be given tor each of tbo
accused.
LOTTIE COLLINS ON THE WAY.
The London Blngor Sells for Npw
Tori: on the Norma,nnle,J
iv astocuTru riaas.1
Lomiok, Aug. v.'7. Lottie Collins, tho well
known KngllsU music hall singer, sails to-day
Irom bouthamptun lor New York on tho Hamburg-American
line steamer Normannla.
FAIR WEATHER FOR SUNDAY.
Dunn's Prediction that Rain Will
Cloar Away.
Local Forecast Official Dunn atd this morn
ing that tho weather for tho leinalndcrot tho
day would bo clearing. Fair weather can be
expected to-morrow.
Tnu humidity this morning regtatered en
per cent., and has fallen a mile sluce with uu
cuht-ml.c wlud.
i
"7cnif, rice 1 1 (ionic,
re ilftrr w humble,
1'liti e's no plana like home."
Trovldcd It has Tn Wosld's WOMAN'S
TAGE, which Is printed every day.
tried to meet them on tho old footing,
but sho could not beoonio interested in
their poisip nml beaux and they could
not coiupiehend her. Kci little by little
sho fell baok upon herself for companion,
ship, much to the nngor of Mrs. llarnnrd,
who was ambitious for Hester to tdilua in
tbo country side ; her atnbitiou went do
higher.
" Vou nre ungrateful, Hooler I" sbo
fald sharply ono evening, as sbo cleared
tho supper table. " Look at tho money
spont on your sclioohng, und now you
1 won't go anywhero but stick nt home iiko
I a nobody."
Hester did not reply sho had lenrned
better and stood looking out of tbo win
dow in a hopeless sort of a way. She had
earnestly tried to do her apparent duty,
but life seemed -very hard of lato, cut off
from congenial pursuits and friends.
Yes. it was tho fiiends, she thought,' with
a flush.
" And then refusing to go to the sooia
blo to-morrow night with Nat Parkins, "
her mother wont on in her rnspiug voico,
"when evoiy ono will be thera, and ho
is tbo riobest farmer in this region, aud
I all tlio girls vranld glvo their cyo to "
" Mother!" Hester broko iu desporntelv
, nt last, " I do nil iu my power to ploasu
you, but I will not go with Jlr. Parkins
I detest, bim !" and tho Hod to her room,
wbeie sbo throw bcrsslf sobbing upon
hr little white bed. She felt so hopeless,
so homesick for well, (or what If And
in her abandonment of grief tla repsated
a name to bertell a if it cpmfprtsd her,
She bad sot known when she loft tbo city
MISS EMMEH TBIES FOR Ball.
Sho Writo3 Several Friends to
Call at tbo Jail.
Chat with tbe Brooklyn Girl Ac
rused of False Pretenses.
Anrtlo Lnulsa Kmmer, the sprightly bru
nette, who Is charged by John F. Ucllman, of
lfttt hvtigreen avenue, llrookljn, with hav
ing obtained money Irom btra ui.der false
pretrnset, looked a trifle tousled this morning
atler a night In tba Ha) round turret Jail,
Whtm sho Is hi Id tu delault ot fAOO ball
pending trial on Thurcdoy uext.
Miss E'nmer was much displeased at tbe
dory which she had heard bud gained cur
rency, that sho was Identical lth Huml
siuio Lou," tho ktoanipi'-runncr," whnU
known to the steamship people and the police
us ono of tlie shrewdtsl cuiifnieuco women In
tho buslucss.
Annie's cbccktrel career has brought her
Into promlncno- setetal times, bho la court
dont I bat fh w 111 get ball tc-dny lrom i-uloon-Krepur
'llu mp'on, ol 7ti(l Brondwav, Brouk
tin. Hut she has alo written Mrs. wllllioff,
of U4 Central avenue, nud Mrs. Lvneck, ut
1.T7 cook street, to enmc to ice lur nt the Jatl
with tbe view tn asking them to go on nor
ball In caso Thompson shojld refuse.
HELD WITHOUT BAIL
A Wldwlfe Buspeotod of Bolntr Im
plicated in a Woman's Death.
Mrs. Margaret Vandervcor, of U78 Doan
stroot, Brooklyn, was held this morning with,
out ball tor examination In tho Duller blrcct
l'oilco Court on Tqcalay, on suspicion ol
bilng implicated tn tho death ot Mis. Mary
ltlcLo, tatrty.ono years old, of ell'J West
Forlj-nlntli slrret. New Vnrk.
Mrs. Vandeveer Is a midwife and conducts a
lylug-ln hospital, bhe holds a diplcma irom
a htit York cnllego of surgtiy, and bus neMjr
been lu troub.u previously.
An au opsy on Mrs. Klebc's body will bo
made this aitvruuon.
ARRESTED HER OWN HUSBAND.
He Would Mot Support Hor and She
Marched Him to a Station.
" Is tho olhcor iu command iu?" nskod
a woman ID tbo Tweuty.sacond District
station last evening, says the Philadelphia
Timet, after she had pushed n lnrge.sizod
. mnn up tho stone steps frpm thn station.
"He (a, "said the lieutenant, advancing
towatds tho woman.
" Woll," answered tbe woman, and sho
' clung with a tighter grip to the mnn's
coat collar, "this is niv husbaud. Joua
tunn Foster, of 2917 Fnirlull street, wbo
has failed to support mo tor several
mouths. When ho gets his menoy ho
fpcuds it tor liquor und re I uses to Rive
mo any of it.
" 1 retolved to proseruto bim and had a
warrant issued for bis arrest by klogis
tralu Pole last March. The politowero
uunble to arrest him, aud I myself havo
performed (ho task. "
When Mrs. Fostor finished her remarks
sho handed the warrant to Lieut. Wolf I
aud informed bim that her husbaud was a
pensioner, Foster was searched and $15
of nension ruonoy was found ou bim, aud
a fow sccLiids aftrrwaids. whou tbo cell
door closed him between Btono wnIK his
wife walkod out of tno station-house look
ing highly pleased.
WHEN IT'S TIME TO GO.
Ebony Maria Yawned Dntll Her
Jaws Wero Locked.
A physician had as presiding genius in
Ids culinary department a negro woman
of a socjnl disposition but of n somewhat
irasciblo temper, sqys tho YoulM Cum.
jiuntox. One night u youthful admirer,
who was accustomed to make frequent
evening calls upon the ebony Maria iu her
kitchen, prolonged his vltit too tiresome
length.
After Maris bad worn nut every topic
of conversation of which sho was mis
tress, she essayed to give him a dolicato
hint as to hor mental and physical weari
ness by a prodigious vawli. Through
soiuo misculcuhvtiou i.s to the stretching
capacity of her mouth, hovrot or, sho dis
located bur jaw iu tba process.
Tlio doctor whs hastily mimmoue.l from
nboyenUiis by tho distracted young mail, I
who stood difndeutly in the background ,
wliilo Maria's jaw was put into working '
order aaaiu.
The first uso fbo mado of hor rccnvriod
power of speech wif. to turn wrathfully
upon tbe trembling visitor and kuv. iu n
tone of withering scorn : "P'raps do
nos' time yo' goes a-callin', au' stays till
do lndv gapes an' Buffoontes hor jaws,
yo'll tab' it lorn hint dat it's 'bout time to
be a-cwiuu homo I"
Eo Easy to Forgot,
lrr rV--0('.. 1
Miss Bagloy Yes; but now you must for
give and rorget.
Miss Faraway Oh, I can forgive, but It's
not easy to forget.
Miss llagloj Nonsinsel I cin tell you a
hundred things 1'te forgotten.
Leap Year Way pf Putting It.
From th F.lviira GattUi,
Marriage will contlnuo to bo a failure tljl
our young w omen learn to support a man in
tho style he has alwa) s been accustomed to. I
OUR SOLDIERS RETURN
Four City Itogimentc Arrivo from
Buffilo Tc-Day.
They March to Their Armories
Amid Great Applause.
Cnpt. Kdvrln Gould nnd Others net
u First Tnsto ot ."Mliltury Life.
Four more New York city regiments, the
Hoenl .nrst, Twenty .second, Twsllth tod
Ninth, returned tiuui Buffalo this morning,
I and a;uln Ihniullltla ot the city Is all on hand
ready tor a call at any time. 'Ihe Twenty
second i cached the (Irund Central Depot nl
n.vo o'clock, tbo Tttclttb at p.4.0 nnd tho
Ninth at U..1H. Tho leitlmcnts mado a line
appearauco as the) marched to tbslr armor
lea. The Soenty-flrst ltcgment, Col. Francis V,
Oret'iie cominaiidlng, icach"d Jersey tlly by
Ihu I.ilo ltullroad at h to o'clock this morn
ing, and It suited up Hioadwny from Cham
bers street to Its present boadquarters at
Lexington avenue and ono Hundred td
tevcnlli street.
TI,o regiment occupied two sections of a
sreclal train which left lluflalo at u o'clock"
but evening.
T wclvu ordinary coaches nnd two boggago
cars wero used lu transiiortlug tbe feventj
CTJl to this city. All of tboontccrs icturiivd
rltli It, excepting Lieut. -CoL Dcnnltoa, who
obtained n lurloujii on Thursday.
Tho bovcntj-rirst was stationed at East
Buffalo to protect the L'rlo freight aud stock
ynrus and the t.ako shuio stock i ard.
Among the officer) nf the beveiity-llrst wbo
rciurutd this innrnlng as Capt- Kditln
tiould. Jay (limld'n stenud cm, who Is lh
spectnrof lllflr Practice. ' It was n capital
roughlug expirlenco." he said, "And not hi
vri uuawuu.iti'.e, nllbough It was lutlcU
harder than thu week hu spent In camp at
1'i-uksMtl. '
When flip Feventj-.nrs. lteglinont reached
tba armory the men found an nppututng col
intlon, siueadby Mnzzcttl nl tbe lustancu of
CoL Ii. F. bhepci-d.
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THIS MITIIATIOK AT llliri'AI.O.
Itlpplcs nf Trouble Alone the ttniids
Tallow llm Troop' Wllhdrnnnl.
tnr AfunciATiD rnril
IlCFPAio, Aug. '..-Home of tho switchmen
itiiu MioiT nicy inni gev lueir oia places oack
are talking slilke. Thoie who aro likely to
bo put to work lu their old placet look on tho
strike as a thing of tbe past.
About tlilrij.flvn ot tbe old employees of
tho Lehigh Valley havo applied for reinstate- ,
meut, and s mo bave been put to woric.
The wllbJrawalof tho Iroops has resulted,
as was to Lo expected, In Increasing the diffi
culties n! fieratlng the roads. Nou-tinlon
men bayu feared vlolcnee and In some caaea
have quit work.
Tho police I eport a gcnrrally quiet night In
the inilroud dltlikt, ihntrjli tlivro was soiuu
thruwluK of Mtucs ut Lae Shore trulns near
Babcock street.
Vonlcers Quardamon Qot Home.
ifrrut to rn svtsitio w-'nt.D.t
YoNtBBs, Aug. 27. Tho Fourth boparate
Company, N. (1., & N. Y., which was called
out to do duty at tho recent riots In Buffalo, 1
arrived homo at 1.15 this morning. There
was a large crowd at the depot to rccclvn tbo
soldiers, and a fine collation was furnished by
the ladles of Yonkers.
SHOE OF QUEEN AWN'S DAY.
Found In nn Old Houeo Recently
Tern Down at Newburyport.
A curious bhoe lias been found lu nu
old houso built 111 1670 ut NcvUiryport,
Moeb., and which was recectly demolished,
says nn exchange. Tbo upper is of calf,
skiu aud closed with wax thread. Tbe
solo nud heel are of ono piece and uiudo
of w ood.
Tbo upper is fastened to tho solo with
ooiuinoii tucks, the edge of Ihe solo beilij;
mortitud the thickness of the upper
leather to receive it. Across tbe too the
tacks uru lilacs.
Ou Iho tiudor edge of the so'e is a band
ol iron liko a horseshoe channelled to
receive tbe nails.
Tho shoo is fastened by nn iron clnsp,
which iu its day was toinewhut orua.
mental.
PURE NICKEL CURRENCY.
Austro-Hungary Likely to Adopt
It In the Near Futuro.
The Item Aye thinks it probable that
tho Austro-llungurian (lovernrueut will
ndopt pure nickel for its currency.
Tho alloyed coin generally usod, ron.
Ininiug only 25 per cent, of nickel rout-1
bincd with 75 per reut. of copper, os.
1 sessrs, it is considered, numerous dbad.
vuulagos, while (he luvorable points of
the pure nickel picca aro that uotwitl.- I
standing its burdiitts. it can tut-ily to
roinod; thut it has tbo Unlity of extra-'
ordiunry durability, loss by wear and1
tenrbemg reduced to a minimum; that
it is preserved oleau iu circulation, nud
thnt no oxidization worth mentioning
sets in.
' '''' ! 1 "1 ! MmmrM
TiiaKi; iii:avKV 1 iiKnnvitT. iiAni.ivn kiir i:cifi.
how tbe loved ikrter fctrou. who
yart4 from bar at tbe depot with that
reproachful look in hie eyas,
ybatcaprios bad moved ber to tell hbn
I boT Al that ifloment sbe lelt MtbopjU
rV tV'W " v j.
she would glvo Iho world (o pour out her
.sorrow aud penitence to bun, but be was
lost to ber gone 19 some far Western
town.
0 abv Uy wd sobbed UreU. 4ok. It
Sat --t. ,,,.; . .fjjj,. .i'-ftx fan-., -,'?:. .
nwm HRE RESCUED.
" .1-
Noarly Buflboated in tho Pnrlt
alip Fit, in Walea.
Twelve Hodln Rrcovered ttnd Over
On Hundred Sllsslug,
uneuTte 11111 1
LoNbow, Aug. W7.-A1I night long the velua
teor rescuing parties ki pt up in their work at
the 1'arksllp pit, the scene ot the explosion at
Bridgend, Wales, yesterday. At (I o'clock
I his morning tbay bad psattrati-d uoo yards
Into thu main shall.
Hhlle a band were working their way
further Into tho pit a sound was heard that
caused them to sud lenly suspend operations.
'Ihe nolu was repeated. It could not tie
mlstakeu. With a hearty chef r thev again
bout to their task with renewed energy.
Creeping and souk timet lying flat on their
stomachs they adt anced, w bile thoao behind
kept tbe tunnel clear. At last tbe ceparatlng
bank of rork and earth fell Inward, and tbo
rescuers entered an open sparr, In which
were huddled together nineteen r,f (he lnlutrs
wbo bad Leen Imprisoned since Jcstcrdny
morning.
.Most nf tho Imprisoned men bad been badly
Injured and burned so seriously that special
arrangements will havo 10 bo mado to net
them from the pit.
The anxiety among tho throng about the
pit mouth Is pitiful to wltpess. At soon as It
It posstblD lUu ofllclals will crn tbe names
of tbo rcscysil men, and thus relieve the
Btraln which their nUtlves are undergoing.
TheaftssOainpla sobd that tbe work ot
rescue U oiler, retarded, the volunteers being
drlyen out of the excavations until the air
Improves.
Ten bodloswcro recovered ot men who dirt
not have a second's warning ot tho into hang
Ing over tbeu. Two otuor bodies were so
terribly ruut.ll.qtcd that tdsntlncatlaa I
scarcely prnbablo.
Tbe Lord Mayor ot London will opon a
relief fund for tho distressed larallles.
barsa l.qo r. . Ihlru-nlue ottuelm.
prlsonod miners have bcou brought tn f be pit
head. ben they wcjo rcrogntzf d tUpy Were
trant lea lly embraced and kl&sed again and
again.
LABOUCHERE TO GLADSTONE.
A Letter of Compliment und Advice
for tho Grand Old Mnn,
IV ikHflCMTKP run. I
Loxnos Aug. U7. Ilonry Labouchcrc has
written a letter to Mr. fllt.lone, compll
mcctlnghlm upon his chivalry tu accepting
tbe sole responsibility for tuo arrangement ot
the Ministry.
In this letter Mr. Labouchsre declaies bis
unswerving loyalty tu Mr. Uladatone, but ad
vises htm not to permit the pressure of tbe
Homo llulcrs to swamp lladlcal measures.
HAS STOLEN JUS MILLION.
An Ez-Captnlu of British Fusllleera
as a Handy Forger.
IT 4M0SUTSD rBKM.1
London, Aug. L'7. Scott Banders, an ex.
captain ot t'uslllert, hat bean arrested at
Liverpool nn thn cbargs of forging a cheek
tor 11,700 In tbo natna ot Lota Londesoor
ougb. ,
It is stated that Sander's stealings amount
to xuoo.ooo (11,(100,000). Uo had booked
pasiaccs for bliustlt and a woman to tho
West Indlss.
Prince Ferdinand Opens the Expo
sition at Pblllppopolls.
Ii.t itociATXi rrrn. I
Fon.i, Aug. 87. I'rlBco Ferdinand opened
the International Kxbbllon at i'hlllppopolls
to-day In the presence ol 10,000 vltttors.
Tho town Is picturesquely deoorated.
HONE FOR WORKMEN.
Lord Bowtoa'a Splendid Gift to the
Psople of London,
Next mouth a remarkable home for
wprkinr-uiep, wijl be rficned near Vaux
hall Uailway Statipn. It is railed Uowtou
Houie, and has been built by tbe efforts
and vt'Hh tho money of lord Row ton.
Tbo exterior it tiifuoieutly imposing, but
tho arrangements of the interior tar sur
pass in comfort anything that bat ever
ben attempted in tba interests of single
workingmen.
Lord Rowton't idea it to beucflttbls
particular class, ami Uowtou Uotiso it to
be registered at a common lodging-house
fortholr exclusive advantage. Tho ac
commodation combines separate bed
rooms, a commodious dining-room, a
reading-room and library, lavnfories,
kitcheus, a baibor shop, and iu fuet
oMiryttnig that can potently bo required.
'i bu barge for admission to this true
palace lor tho people it In bo sixpence a
uight or threo shillings a week, anva the
London I'tyaio, nud substantial and well
cooked food will be provided ot prices
well within tho roach of tbo scanty pock
ets of tlio patrons. In the event of Row
ton House being, as Lord Rowtou antiei
pites, (omnictciully succetsfnl, it is pro
posed lo open similar bouses in otber
parts of Luudou.
was tbe natural result of ber long weeks
of self.controlled troublo ; she had not
so, completely oAUed lo herself before
bow much sho regretted the putt.
When she roio iu the moiuuig kbo saw
Euch a white little faeo and swollen eyes
iu the glass that sbo dreaded to go down
stairs. Atoitof apathy bad seized upou
ber, however, and she quietly flipped
iuto ber piaco at tho tnblo with hopes that
ber mother would not notice bar espe
cially. Hut thu sharti eyisof t bat busy
wotnnu tool; ber daughter in quickly.
(She intended to watch her more closely
hereafter ; her riiUiko for Knt Parkins
mutt be overcome
" Hostcr," she cried iu surprise, " whnt
hnv e you betu doing to yourself r"
"Kotbitig," Hefler said, wearily, brae,
ing hetftolf for tho uttauk. Mrs. ll.irnr.nl,
niter a moment's look, set down the coffee
pot and opened hor lips, but suddenly, to
every one's surprise, Mr. Rnrnnrd, who
usually kept a discreet ailenou during bis
wife' ti rudes, laid bis toil-worn baud ou
his duughter's shoulder.
"Now, Jr.ue!" ber busband spoke
with the uuthontutive tone b tnrely usod
mvo wbeu his daugbtor needed ckfiiis.i
' ' 1 want you to drop this uouseiii'o nbout
marrying Hester oil' to Nnt l'ltrkius. II.
isuot her klud nt all." u hi blind way
Jutbun Itaruuid lelt tbe difference be
tweeu bis gentle daughter cud tbe bluff,
rough youug farmer.
" After b went uptUlrt Vu night,"
bewnlo, " I Dtesed under ber window
and tbe cblld wa crying fit to break ber
i. j M rf 1
iKstViisfessattii fii V sassaiissiaT 'ihi'sfsstsi
WALL ST.
W. 1 , . 1 fJ,'Sl' !... ! ,1 , . .- ni.mi Bai
STOCK REPORTS,
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Speculation Tamo on a Much
Firmer Market.
Operator's Summer Absence Cutset
the Dulnsss.
Qfnerul Hlse of One-Hlf to Hie
Ti.rce-Qusrters All Aloutj
the Line.
Wii.i, Street, Satt:rday,Aug. 27.-Frocula-tlon
was tame lo-day,tbo sales up; to the time
the r.xcbangc cloicd having reached only
07,000 shares. Tbodulncss was not uaex
necKd, many operatcri hnvlng lelt the city
yesterday tor thslr country homes.
Tbe tone ot tho raarkat was firmer end
prlcai Improved M lo H Per cent, tiugtr was
erratic, Using H, to ljajn, declining lollVi,
selling up tn ll'-'K aud c(oslng at II luta
MlnneaKU:&.Su Louis preferred broke iU,
to 3D, and rallied 10 4Si. Richmond .V Went
l'nlut lerinlnul preferred broke Wi er cent.
(lener.il l'l right Agent William M. ,loycr, of
the I'cnnsilvanla Railroad Company, syn
that liU Company will nor, concur witu ibo
' other roadt In Vb9 advancement 00 Sept. 10
nl tolls un niitbraclla coal, ou t ho ground that
thohltutttoudiHS not iviiulioli.
'I be July icport nf tholiiw Jersey Central
road thiitrs not earuntis 01 ;u.'.07n, a de-
i creaso ol tll'J.TIH, and loi the seven moathi,
Ci.ii.i.'i.'jiio, nu increno of t:ir,4U3.
'lliu bunk vlalrment shorted aloss In re-
1 wive q '-i,4Ul,uuo, which leJuces the
, iimotinl held in excess of It gal requirement s
to SII.hH7.H7ri. Loam expauded 1,3SU,(I00,
lltbllllluvdepraasvd 7,aao.BOO, Irgal lender
1 lucrcai'-d l,:ioo and tpccie dintcascd 1,-ay,-.,ooo.
" '
'iho following are lbs comparative tgurej:
Ami 30. Ana. it. C.ruii.
Lon.H3,ll.Vt,8nO4.l,f.( 7.J00 D'r.l,aie,S00
, hr. FC,09l,!nn SI.7r.9,30O IIm. 4,321,000
1 I-T'da 01, 111. I.U0 67.386.WUU las. 1,300
I ll'ln tH,IIJ,ltU (11,0.1,111(1 lleo. 7.3U,WIO
circu'a il.tcil.toe t.jet.eoo uc nalivo
Closlcir Quotations-
Oni. HbrS. Lnw. Ov.
Antrksa SnrH.t.... 113,, ll.fi ltlVl WUt
amor MiiirHif. fi (.. 10IU iOiW lOJ'J 101
Am.nriiiL'otloodll.... UH I Ml ' 4Vt
AUtt.. lull. ooWH. Sift an, 3)i J9
Halt umi uTfi U,M ST VIM
tatieit ouu.... uli -UH itvt tan
Ctl.'Bur. auulu.j lull lftiK !;1V 10IM
tuic.n Aonun.Mt... IUW 111, lltfi lit
Vnic.MlL i ht. Pbi.. wafi ij svH iii
tJhlc.Uatkls. 4.1'M... SiK f'H Hthi ' ilH
Caic. i bsit.lfi. cnl Vi'M Otn) ?JH tVH
CIT.. Cln.,0. HI. L.. Crll CO 61W SO
1 ol, a Hook, v.lt.r.... silj sum sifj JiM
VolursaoCoftl a iron.... js a 'A as
ill. ick. wm .... JM i.,R m i;.is
pDtirlilniriili' .. iti It IS it
fin. A jlw tiisaiU pM. f-U 4VM M SM
fan.aCltlt..3T..... UH .! Jen
l.uiaon 1. Ktn ill. Uo. HKI. lot lot lot
UtMD liar a wlmin... l'.H llhl VIH l.H
Urn KlrcltloOo. 1U4 llbW lull H'H
lo l.outra, pit! i , J., ', U, ,
UclclalHl... Wt -': MM IJH
UaaMor. , li Ut Iji. 1"
Lou?llT Klibtiilt.. SIK ti MH OK
lnlt..H.Z.Oki tiki ,H ,W "J
tltnaatliB Uoasol IS IU 13i Us
M.ulialliu Maoou 4 t
M.ilcan (antral loM ll 11H UM
!lon. St. Iuta. ...... It IS 1MH ltH
illiig. nt. UM Bf... ? 'W S8 42U
KuiooriKolBo... .".... IM Bl"i S0K 6lQ
., a.uaa- iu.., ISM IMf 1M 1K
KtuCord.Uo.... lioQ 1S0K 13o3 UiAl
iiabixxd.uo.ora. UiS ItlK 1S1 iiiS
hiu uia uo ,....,. 4o i UH 44ft
N,l,r..7 O.nlrai..... 13.-.JI 1SIM 185 135
K.Y. aMtwEntUad... 3i 37iiJ VM SM
5. V., Lata atlaS Vf.. g.M 2 7U J7
. v.lhuia. a iait. iMJ Ii9 lift l&Q
. V..oa.i.Wwi.Df. t7 f( SI. t
koiUAl.Otluu. ...:.... I, J Utf Istf 12V
dr. ion Aor iiH 75 Ifi f7
rails, a lUtaiBs b'H l t'H "ft
K..v. i: lor K I st sit
H. 4W.aVlor.il' 7 7 7 S7
fct. Kal a otnaha a'JM MH 6'J (IK
Bt 1. boalaooalacn bM M M M
61. Ifc duumwoatota uf. UK lbaa XtM IffW
fellrot Cerllllcoloa tnH S3M SbM SSU
tonicotn l'aoino Sf.'i Sfli 31 (4 Wit
1 1.1. .Ann trboraN.M. 3i IS 38 S
'(.!. A". On 47 47 7 47
UoioafKlfl ,. . SUM 3aM ?'K ?M
Luloul'arlnc.U.n.ilJ. 1 IV lu 19
Woatoin Union lol VfM USM 7M VIM
WbaalioiaLaka Erio. ni tkH asQ UK
HbaaiusaLata li.pt. 70 7UH ' 7QM
Mining Stocks.
The following are tbe closing quotations ot
mining stocks at ihe consolidated Kxcaange
to-day t
SU. .lalaaU BU. A lift.
Araarkin llomoattka 14 V0 16.011
Mil 01 .OS llitn Nil... 3.40
tllco (ill .t'litouHilrar. .(11
Adamafon l.OO.liop lllll.. .10 .23
'K.k.a KUivuii ..
h. Uo.. . 1.00 1 Vtm 5B
Uallo lalt.. .03 .V'jcm..a... .OS .08
BoMirr .. 1.-5 Laail. Coo, .14 .It
aVal S lUtlLCWai .'i4 .37
llilcritr.. 1,13 Malicau... 1.00
hiMir .33 Moultoo, .. .'iS
llulw.t.... .JJ Muto 10
Hareoloaa. .04 -Ha.a)o..,. .03 .13
tlitrca ... .: -lUliel(
llrnna rnn. .tt .IS H'o 03 .30
Halmonl... .41 .37 Kotlk iur - .60
Laloiionlt OnUtlu... 39.00 41.30
11.11 S l.OODDhlf .. . 3.U0 -
Chollar ... .43 .Urlautll A
Croao f'U .it - llllkr.... - .08
ion. Imp.. .13 riiinoutn.. .73
(IhrMolllp. .13 .33 PhooDts Ld .111
tutloUr'k .OiTlioaaUA. .43 .30
L'ui. Con.,, .CO llotlnaon
Cut! Cat. Clou , ., ,33 .CO
a Vs. ... t iu -Sin co
Lou il Oik iMlltaNar. 1.10
Slnck ,. . 1J .lS.htandariJ . l.J
Fojda.. It 00 iMonnouut. -- .OS
hrnp lrt.uu Saullaao.,, .CO
Dunvin..., .10 an SvLat-
llJidwoo4 tlas , .10
Trrra .. 3.11 2.8e -Hlur lr.i .30
Illoka Cn 1.40 - 'mail ll'u'a ,VJ -(l-t'liatp.,
.110 - Ml. llu. Co
lath.r Oa olU V .. .80
Muct ,, .S3 , 'Sh-ahouo . ,01
Ijould A lllojra ,30
!.wry 73 - tlniniitJuo. 1.00
llalol.Nor. IVVarJ C.,11. ,10 .33
ctoa 1,00 Vol. Jackal .40
tier heart, aud look at her pale ace this
inoriiiug. Can't you see It V"
"Yes, I see it," his wito sniil croskly.
It nlways routed her temper to ho op
posed uufxprciedly by her husbaud, for
sbo usuullv bad to submit. ' ' I leo it and
it's nil nonseti'o! Homo gootl.tor-uotflun'
city fellow, I'll warrant I" with which
suet Mie left tbo ttblo and began rattling
llio nlhhoH iu a way to prevent further
conversation.
Ionium Daruard slowly loft the house
j for the Held. It was a now .ilea that his
I wife had suggested, .vol Hester had never
1 taid nu thing tu him about, it, and thoio
I wero few things sho did not couQdo to
' hiui. Ho thought of it all the long, warm
looming till the to-rible heat draw all the
I workers to tho wulrome shade of tbe
, tniK along the fence by the roadside.
I 'ihe dust lay thick aud dry ou tho
1 ground. the Insects shrilled mouotonoutly
in thing stirred. A cloud of dust came
' dov.'u tho road and Joshua liaruard and
his men watched it curiously: who was
foolieh enough to drive horses to. feat
under such a blazing tun ?
It did not toko n.ucb to check tho ex.
1 nutted k au uf hn.vs, who stood pauting
nud dtut-begriiued, nnd they turned to
tl.o light bucLbonid.
A linn lay thore, fnllcu under tho seat,
with his fnce a dark rod aud his clothes
ilust.covcred.
"Drunk!" was tbo disgusted ory, but
Joshua 1 arnanl, who looked, inpr closely,
said, " A tunitrolfe, Tak h to tfet
bouse carefclly," and (ollowad. wiping
bis heated brow. H felt cbaritabbj aow
1 fii ly-Aty.'-i'iii'-'.hfi'yjifei'an
KimfllNUaLK, 'I lottt, MMtV ' V
itott Work Tho Vtadttta. , TiJaaaB
1 u.vi.'tu i... . a-.,.. i.t ,i 1 ."
DROOKLTN AHUSEHHfS. t '.lH
NOVnLTV TIIEATBE. J. E. Bohhloa, Kuf WM
vHf.VLvfcTFaH:.T-d.5VMa ,m
nut iiludUr In Tth Pr 'I'raln. " fH
MUSIC IN BROOKLVH PARKS. ' ;
Opperpp Wll. Plajr Ifi PrpMMr tfJ Jjfl
and Devprsll In WEnlntTton- JtiH
At rrospect Park tfils afternoon at f A-iH
o'clock contcrno Ben's hand mil pity tat 4H
following eelectiont : VSH
R Contcrno; all. "Tha t rtoadltra,1' VVI4- !
teufaii airol, " L.ialqu.,rntndlri (raadiekM- kjB
tinn, -'Vlia (lamiot Italanl," Uotllroal omtsaa,
" Ivan," II." r. Loaittbo; cinttes. "'.THe Derarf t.
Diomo," i popular ttloctlara, ''? aJI ' llal
tho 411O," Hiabaait aal.ip, " KafDila." PtltlM ., H
March, ' bari-ilns altnaia," tirsnted M VMa- Vf
toroo. fl lM
At Uiuhlrcton Part-, also at 4 aTelBStJ, m
Devm ll'.i Hand will play as folowt 1 Xifl
Introdiiellou, SttrB-PMlM tfotnar," Xeest ?;
urona uiuna. "Wuulastoa." )Utnlao44l; oto. .'
tif, 'Ktmuoi," HialbtiMn: etmcett tUHa ,T,7
; to tall stand mImIIou .fWotH'a raw JsM- ,p.
1. Arr. Uattrtll 1 lotton, ' Hllvjr Tcpdieelet' 1.
(aa piatod at Mt Pttra, Kotno., VltiaBII I- ,h
tlnn, "Yrolnau of ina (.uar.l." vlr '. HbaraHIll- i";
taastaiop, "AdiUooo," liavtrslli linntgr tone
(.1rtlrllTi), B'ioatnii aoiMtloa. FUMaM '
MamotU." lleulrkai nnale. "lUtlColocibU." .C
lo-in or to iv nltcrnoon, at Prospect Park, ');
tho concert will to by Cnntcrno't baaa, Taev "71
lolloulngtelectlous will to given:
Introiluoll'in, " Mr Ottnrtrr. "Tla ot Tbtei" W
ofarlnrr. " ll Conto U'ltaei." Morea4ante Ifi
prater, I.irlno," Wallacoi Ava Mails, "la 1?
Satrfd .Matdarr .l Mr lloutr.' if. aVPoStataej t
Olotla, I.lllli lan,"M.iarlltndafocUoe, f
Itoiiieoa'id Julloi,"Oouao4iorriro,,,D.htr J
und Bailor. Roppo; romtora. AltaBtol kOooft- &
dfnlo." itnliaudlstmnantloUDUala. 'MbatVlalone Jfc
nfal'ot,"U. K. Oonntnoi marcb. Ironi "tje-
nora himpliunr,"aUIIidaseletr, 'Oldllondrad."
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SHIPPING XISWS.
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, Mni.rl..jleit. Cant.Wincklar. from HtbB -
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and 334 atarraso paaaong era to It. J.Uertlf, WtTfa K9
It iho bar at (1,0, u. , i WM
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k'avanial An.. 3, wlt.i mamuaadiie sad p.MS) swM
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tattrrlv wfnota. v-ij
The following record. howt thf cMf b VfM
tbe temperature during the fjornln a)oar -JU
IA.H...4II ta. ...! I ta.3t...ttl m"4 49
lifoiiia, ruwel Aoote,
It it rtr AuwW, JH
rr'4 ho p'w ftva. '!
proridta tt tts Tim weip' WOMMTP vSm
PAUE, blch is printed every (M MM
3S99BSE3c3SSaanBnBaWaaBVaW .YlM
(owardt all sirtwsers. VrM Ii H
stranger that Hotter Pf rhtps lored ,
There vat cenf usiou la (be brdfWa farjeV rfl
bouie immediately, for Jap.a Parnrc WM 1 fl
lu her element when the had a tick person M
on her bauds, nud she unceremoniously ,c,vB
left Hester with the housework below -
while tbe took pof session ol ihe ic '9J
room. Bhe was attracted by tba nncotv. JB
scious man, with bit baudtom fca aol -
refined appearance. '''(
' How is be ?" Hester atked, wbeaber tiMM
mother finally detcended. .y $M
I " Hu'll bo all right after my llurlll. Vgj
that worthy pertonagt remarked, and .j
! fofthwilb launched fpto a g)0Wlg d- . ;
tcriptjoii of her pltut. .fl
I Hester's curiosity WM r9M f HN
rom her mother's dstprjptlof.. y((-rrr. 4, iJM
wd tboub( uatbs4 throw ht hmt 0fl
' aud the t tola cptUirs with beatbiy f $(jM
and putted on the (ltboU. ( fatf J?$M
diMyndc?ote4bereM. ,rlltt OSI
be." the kept tayingj"lhs mVfjm,yU
from bore." Yet when b flA4ly b jn
look at the unrontcious face o tbt pHaS :m
before her a look of passionate Jot aataf 'jSdM
iuto ber eyes. .. -WM
"Thtuk Heaven, Herbert. darliwH
she cried, and as if a tutll were breSan rf(lH
he looked at her. A. tuille of recoaH4f j AldAJ
came to his lips and with a mumursej ,MiH
enrltarmeut he tried tn draw her to bias '&'!JM
"1 have fouud bim mothtft" ht "
daughter " Ub f rnlle throurt ht' 'fJ?M
teajs. m!I m tbopgh IV? 1M WW )H
the turned to her father's ppensrsas. kjrS

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