I IIMjUI'S THEATRES OPEN.
Redecorated nnd Furnished, Five
Begin the Season Tc-Night
New I'lny nt Some, )'1 Knvorltro
Hold llif Uonrils lit Other.
1 lis theatrical season In llrooklyn will get
-ell under way this evening When llvw play
li(,u" will throw open llirlr door) for tho
season. Tbe tbciitri si hat will open to-hlzjit
me tlm Columbia, Holmes' Htnr, theAmpblon,
Ice Aveuiic Arattomy on I Hie Novelty. Col.
Mnnal'ark 'llicntro Inaugurates Ihe season
on Jlonil iy etenlng and Ihe lledfnr 1 Avenuo
'llipatro will open with a matinee on Labor
During tbe 8uiunii-r inom'.is a great many
Improvements liave been made In tbo Colum
Ma. painters and decorators bare been at
workonine Interior ot tbe bouse, a new
smoking-room baa been filled up downstairs,
and easy chain lime Leon placed In Ihe lob-tie--
'Hio plav tbat.wlll mark tbo season's
vpcnln; Is one admirably adapted to u buni
imr audience, inr "Incog,"' ltb( hnrrcs Dick
sun In thu leading character, la a couioJy that
islUhtandfull of laughter und bung. Mr
Dlck'on 111 bo s-en as Tom rllanhope alias
juck Darling, a part In which bo made a lilt
last season. "The Han About Town," a one
net comedy drama, will be glvtn as a curtain
raiser. 'ilia Atuphlon will present a very pretty
tlciuro this cvenlug. Tbe bouse baa been
thoroughly cleaned, and upholsterers bava
Icen at crk in. various parts. Charles
Klein's American comedy, I)y l'roxy," bin
bien selected asnu opening atlracllaii. Tbo
play will be presented by Charles Mattliews's
company, which Includes A. s. Llpman, Llo id
Bland, Harry Drown, Hairy Carlton, Misses
Leonora Bradley, Katberlne Florence, Ktlle
canning and Ltirlo Du Key. Tbe comedy
it in be glien a r no stage setting.
I b nrst performance at the Leo Avenue
Academy undtr l'-n new managers, Messrs.
lvursou and liawson, will le then ic-ulght,
Mil fii J. K. Kramtt will present the play
Hindu (amoua by bis father, " Krltr. In Ire
land" -Mr. Km met has scveraWncw faces In
li.s company. A new song, cntlt.id "n Al
i lue ltover." will be Intioduced. The therm e
ius been nonly carpet oj, n now drop curuiu
hus been himg and tho bolts havo been band
l be 2s'o otty reoDcns with "Tho 1'lantcr's
Nile." The play bus lived a loug iloie and
had wnnderiul uopularlt). It Is a simple
play with simple motives, but of great in
terest, Harry Lucy and Lintly ltlgl will take
ihu leadlue roles. Mr. Lacy Is an actor or tbo
romantic type, and Ihntly 1(11 Is an enio
llonal actress of considerable ability.
'1 he Star Theatre, redecorated throughout
end supplied with tour pretty new boxen,
will open us doors this evening with" Tbo
riiiice I'itrol " as the atti action. '1 be play
nlll be interpreted by a good company, nnd
the s.enery la n special feature ot the pro
diicil !.. ono selling Rlions lluymarkot
Npiaie In ciilcagn, whero tho Anarchists
r.oied In this act the Identical hcrses which
I avod through tho riot will e shown.
At all of these bouses the same attractions
will hold the boards next week.
Managers William 11. and Walter I. Sinn
will usher In tho season at tbe Park Theatre
i n Monday evening. " Tho Power ot the
pu't-s" will bo produced by Augusturi Pitou's
company. Ibo play deals with characters
unlMi'iics familiar to people lit Ins In u great
ili, Mhllu the story Is told in such u way ns
l enlist tho interest of Ihe audience. The
mania will ho handsomely set. Mat C. flood
win is billed to appear tho following week in
a new comedy, " A (Hided Fool"
Manager Laurent Howard, of the Bedford
Atenue Theatre, Is ready to open on Labor
iy. This house, has also been brightened
up. "Hood old Times" will bo tbe opening
At Hubert ncbhardl's Casino on Monday
the programme wllMnclbde the Davenport
lictuers, acrobats; La j ton sisters la songs
ml dances ; l'aul Stanley, ooucdlan ; Frank
Clarion, musical artist t elllo Franklin,
songstress, and several others.
RACE WAR IN A CHURCH.
Italian and English Speaking Catho
lics at Odds.
English-speaking and Italian elements are
at war m tbo catholic church of our Lady ot
Father Aloyslus Mensola Is the priest. Ills
ITidecestorwas Father Carmody, who was
compelled to retire on account of the hostility
if the Italians.
on Auz. 17 tbo Italians gavs an excursion
to celebrate tbclr lclory. Father Banks, of
ilm English taction, was picsent. bo was
Auionlo Pctruzl, a saloon-keeper, who testl-
eJ his aversion to Father Banks by pom
n.ellliiL' him In tbe face.
'hoKngllsh-spcaklng faction aro getting
tip a peittton to tho Archbishop to have
lather carmody, who is now In ltouie, reinstalled.
THIS MARRIAGE A FAILURE.
George dnd Nollle KcAullffo and
Tbelr Baby Arrested.
t.eorge and Nellie McAullfle, husband and
He. and their six-months-old Infant, were
prhoncra In tho Lee Avenue Court, Williams
burg, to-day. licAullrto was charged with
lurnlshltig no home for bis wife and child,
the alleged she bad bcon obliged to sleep In
hallwaj sand her husbani bid given her but
f In four mouths.
Nellie was charged by Detectlve-Jergt.
John flrndy with putting her child's head on
the Hans avenue railroad track to havi It
run over by an uppiuacblng cur.
Both prisoners pleaded not guilty.
.Ilnrrh of ihe rine.
Jt1d th Kninanne And IHslllJ nf the AalstlO
Lliul.-n , ileu'rli.ed by Eugene hn in hl mailer
P'.e. "The Wandertna .low." Vtrl ii, Thrllliif
ana iimelj. Kn to-mnrrow'ScNDATMEBCCBi.,
WEHT D0W1 OH BGHBD H TUB.
The Cornelia Sinks at Her Doo
Tho Kngluter Was Ailctp pit Hoard
but tlta Crew Kicapetl.
The tugboat Cornelia telonclnj to 11, it.
(idhu, u marine engineer, of UI7 1 ait Uno
lluadred anil Tnenty-trcond street, wai
sunk shortly before C o'clook tnu miinilng at
the root ofllallto street, Brooklyn. Wllllaai
Hcldj, the engineer, who was asleep Hi Hie
ctUn, was drowned.
The crew consisted of Cant, James V. .totin
s'.oo, Mrcnun James Mi.rrn, Clo,; Wldiaui
McKeuna. DecUuud Jtbn li. Donovan and
i-jpi. Johuston went to his home In South
Hio'ji.iyn am o'clock iaainlghi nnd lelt ih
irjtv In charge of the M'ss?i. 'lhu men. ie
tired about midnight, and about two hours
later they were awakened by the capsizing of
l he boat. Tbo Uremau, dctkhuml and took
succeeded in escaping lioin thtlr lerths In
A p.i.cenmn suererded In securing tho
body ul engineer l'lelds, whUh was removed
to an um.erUni-i'H establishment.
'Ihe cause oi tho tug's Mi king has not Jet
been dotimtely amrrtumed.
ihe Cornelia was built In lh;t) and was
recently rentled. bue mi aiueditl J.1,300
and was insured.
SMELLED NEWTOWN CREEK.
Mayor Boody Made a Tour of In-
paotlon on a Tug.
1 For tbe nrst time since Mayor Boody's ac-
' cession to otflce in Brooklyn be bas just vlt-
itcd Newtown creek to Investigate the al-
legvd nuisances there.
I 'lbo Mayor wan accompanied by corpora
tion Counsel Jenks and Health Commissioner
tiiiffln, and they were met at tho head ot
; Grand street by representative taxpayets nf
1 me Hflrentn and eeventcenih wards, 'ihe
flirty emuarked on the tug Mascot, inteiu.
ng to mako a tour all along Neirlonii (.reek.
' 'ihe-Muyor said he bad seen and eiiell d
enough by the time the party had vxauilned
tbe bone-bolliiar factory ot 11. Kort .Meyer
and tbe garuage works or tbe Andrew Wbbcl
compauy on mrmau's Island.
Must of the vlsltoia were sick by that time
and tho party re-embarked icr Orand stiect.
i The Maor told tho citizens that tnc nui
sances wero very bad and tbey bad Just cuusn
for complaint. He urged theiu to aid the clty
authorules to abate the nuisances, und prom
ised that immediate steus should he taken
agalnt the nuisance makers both In Kings
aud queens rouniies.
BOYS RING UP FARES.
They Jump on a street Car nnd Pelt
tbe Conductor with 'Mud.
Two boys, Klnicr Olsen, thirteen, 007
I Hicks street, Brooklyn, nnd Fred Llppman,
ten years old, of 87 Luiiuer street, were
taken to the Hamilton avenue station-house
, tbls morning on a charge of malicious mis
Ira Ileynoldf, conductor on a Jay Btreet
car, told tbe police that the boss jumped on
' bis car and, after ringing up scerai faros mi
the register, threw mud at him and then
attempted to escape.
1 Ho refused to mike a complaint against
tbem, nnd tbey were not hold,
LEE WONG DROWNED.
He Etspa Off a Plank While Board
lnsr a Vease'l.
Coroner Lindsay, ot Brooklyn, was notified
this morning ot tbe death of Leo Wong, a
cnlnaman, who was drowned In Nowtown
Lee was about sixty years old, and was at
tired in a dark cutaway coat, wltb vest and
trousers tcimatcb. Early last evening b: was
boarding tbe steamboat ulensblel, at tbe
Kings county oil Works dock, near Bliss
ville Bridge, and fell from the gangplank.
In his pocgets were a ring, a silver watch and
$3.&u In money.
BARON FAVA SAILS.
Report that He la Relieved as the
Baron Fava, Italian Minister to tbe United
States, left for Home this morning on tbe
North German Lloyd ateamsblp Werra. .It Is
said that there Is to be a new Minister to
take tbe place of Baron Fava at Washington,
I and that tbe latter will not return.
I To an Kveninu World reporter Baron Fava
t his morning refused to stai e whether or not
the Eton ot fats alleged rcoall was true.
Tho Minister went nboard the ship lasj
night. Ue is travelling without any attendants.
Christopher Kaiser Was Drowned.
Tbe corpse of an unknown man, found in
tbo water at Hunt's Polut several days ago,
was tbls mcrning Identified at tbe Morgue as
that of Christopher Kaiser, seventy-two
years old, of 33 North Tenth street. Brook-
Thought Pinnies Killed His Mother.
Michael McDermott, aged thirty-three, of
217 East eeventT-fourth street, was com
muted for examination as to bis sanity by
Justice Tain tor In Yorkvllle Court to-day.
i McDermoti became violent last night through
tbe hallucination that bo bad seen bis mother
murdered by pigmies.
" Labs' Iland Rallreed."
AfUrS.pt. 5, unlllOet. 1. Inclmlf-. Trsln .109.
1m" Brooklyn t . Wnj I. J City at
3P 91., will ran oq lrtdifJ and Satarrtsyi oolr, i
.n I Trilo 110, 1.Id Si .arjor T.0. Orjin. I
".tat7.46 V.' M., will run oa ftiaaj. andMon
dtjl only. "
HESTER BARNARD'S ROMANCE.
An Odd Incident That Spoiled a Plotting
Mother' 8 Plans.
'1 he Spring wag very sweet that year1
the orcUaril blossoms were heavy ami ricl
en tli frosh. wnrui air. and the Jlanmrils
hrowu fonu-bouae, with its mossy roof
httea perfectly into the landscape of tb
coully undulating pralne hinil. btil
Jmhun Hiruiuil never nolicccl it; thirty
eais' eoiupauiouhliip with his wife, Jane
hnl thoroughly eradicated tho irsihetii
lnrt of his nature. Slio was a woruai
ttlioso face, pave ono tlio imuressiou thu1
it hnl becu rudely curved out with t
Wi knife nnd not polished down; slit
i 'cniuntod this )y draggiuc her hnii
'tk into n tight knot ot the wrong anglt
"f lier head. Mrs. Uaruard was noted it
tl'P country round about for her sharj
vii.co, ood butlor nud obslinacy.
How she T,-as over induced by her en
during hnsbund to let h'w bbud theii
J"'lv daughter, llesler. awny lo sohoo
" I beeu the marvel of the gossips foi
'"ouths, hntever topic was iutrodnrei
ii alway branched off on lo the Barnards
y lor the head of the family, back.
otiin for ,s wife, nnd covert, euviom
I 'mrks for Hester were alluring snare
I of wickedness that could not be resisted,
i 'Hester had come back that Spring for
' I good; her college days were uuisued aud
, she was trying to settle' down again in tho
) old life that seemed a dream.
t Four years of city life, with the rcttnine
r influences she had met, had worked a
, marvellous chuugo in Ihe brown-eyed,
s quiet girl. Bho thought nt first her
i father and mother had changed, and was
t puzzled, but when the real truth broko
t upon her she felt suddenly allsnated. as
j though she were a stranger. They were
r where she hart left them, while slio bad
j moved n notch higher: it made her more
i tenderly k'nd towards her father, whom
i she iovcd.i more charitable towarda her
mother, who was at ouco proud of her and
. dissatisfied and on account of this somo
r inies trying. It hurt Hester to hear her
1 1 mother boast to a neighbor of her
r daughter's accomplishments; it tilled her
1 with chagrin to be pushed forward at the
. little gatherings, whose atmosphere had
- become distasteful, and to see the euvious
s sneers on the faoes of her former friends.
At first when she came back she had
BROOKLYN NEWS IN BRIEF.
Notublo Occurrences in tho City
I'Mrugrpli Thut IMiotojr-ip the
History of the l)ny
Fractured a Collar-Bone.
Klaten-)ear-old Thomu Cauatan. of 700
Uutler street Brooklyn, fell from u shed In the
tear of lils homo and Iiactuied his collar
bone. Flvo-Year-Old Thrown from a Car.
Thomas Hanrahsn, five J ears old, ofH.VI
liouglass Mteet, Brooklyn, was llnown off n
i Butter street car last night. HU leg was
Kelt from nn Elevated Station.
Joseph Hurley, living at .'.".'.' Hamilton
aemie, Brooklyn, fell finm the Klng County
Klcinlcd ltallrriad station at liocUawny ave
nue early this morning and mi -uulncu ubuU're
Danth from Purls (treen.
Joseph Franklin, of uttl Bnjhwlck avenue,
Brook!) n, died In M, catlieilno'a lloapltal at
1 o'clock this morning Iroin a dose ot l'arls
, green, which he look on WtJnssdaj.
Foil from a Poaffold,
Ueorge Valentine, nf 47 WcDoug all street,
Brookl) n, while at work on a scaffold on a
new building at Broadway and Humner ave
nue, Brooklyn, fell to the ground and sus
tained Internal Injuries. , ,
Held for the Grand Jury for Robbery.
Alfred HrlttoB, wbo was arrested several
1 da) s ago for robbing A. A. Webster A Co., tbe
Brooklyn Jewellers, of two doien silver spoons,
n as this morning held for tbo Urand Jury.
Buffalo Firemen Return Home.
The members ot Buffalo Exempt Firemen's
I AkSJClatlon. who have been visiting the
Volunteer Klromen's Association ot Brooklyn,
left for home this morning. They wore es
corted to tbe terry by tbe Brooklyn organlia-ton.
BOYS SHUT DOWN A MILL
A Wllllameburir Shop Closes Owing;
to Thefts of Machinery.
James McLaughlin and Frank Donnelly,
aged fourteen years, were In the Leo Avenue
Police court to-day charged wltb stealing
headers valued at 9100 from Ueorge If
lieevcs's planing mill, al l."7 (ireeno street,
The work of tbe shop was so hindered by
the loss ot the headers, Mr. iteeies said, that
the factory bad to closs down for a day.
'1 he boys sold the headers at Frank Acker
roan'Hjunk score. .04 Franklin strtetrtAct
erinan tvns held m f.00 bonds to answer lor
rccelvlug stolon property, and the bojs vreie
boln ior examination.
AUGUSTA, GA., HAS A BLAZE.
8400,000 Damage A Newspaper
Go to Prose Amid Flames.
BT ASSOl'IATKD FRIII. )
AmcsTA, Oa.. Aug. S7r Fire tbls morning
destroyed tbo Alexander , Drug and
seed Company Building, ' Fleming -Bowles's
furnlturo warehouse, "K. D.
Bmythc's crockery store, Harry Hall's photo
graph gallery. Joaepb It. Lamar's law once,
Thomas Barton's wholesale music and sew.
lng-niachlhes. tno residence ot Kroy Killer
and the fhronMt office. Loss estimated at
Tbe entire morning edition of tbe Chronicle
was worked off while tbe building was in
SSOO BAIL FOR EACH...
Roberts and MoCallum Will Be Re
leased on These Terms.
Argument on a writ ot habeas corpus la tbe
case ot Wm. II. Roberts and Nell Mccallum,
who aro under arrest and charged wltb run
ning a bogus banking business at XO Wall
street, known as tbo Finance Trading com
pauy, was heard by Judgo O'Brien In tbe (Su
preme Court, Chambers, to-day.
'i he result was an agreement between tbe
prisoners' counsel snd the District-Attorney
lDat!5U0 ball shall be git en tor each of tbe
LOTTIE COLLINS ON THE WAY.
The London Singer Sails for New
York on tbe Normannla.!
1st amocmtkd rasas, i
Losdds, Aug. 27. Lottie Collins, the well
known English music boll singer, sails to-day
from Southampton for New York on the Hamburg-American
line steamer Normannla.
FAIR WEATHER FOR SUNDAY.
Dunn's Prediction that Bain Will
Local Forecast Official Dunn said tbls morn
ing that tbe weather for tbe remainder of tbe
day would be clearing. Fair weather can be
Tne bumldlty this morning registered "3
per cent., and bas fallen a trifle since wltb an
tried to meet them on the old footing,
but she could not become interested in
their gossip apd beaoz and they could
not comprehend her. 8o little by little
she fell back nimn herself for companion
ship, much to tbe anger of Mrs. Barnard,
who was ambitious for Hester to shine in
the country side ; her ambition went no
" You are ungrateful, Hester !" she
said Miarply ono evening, as she cleared
tho supper table. ' ' Look at tbe money
spent on your schooling, and now you
won't go anywhore but stlok at home like
i Hester did not reply sho had learned
better aud stood looking out of tbe win
I dow in a hopeless sort of a way. (She had
earnestly tried to do her apparent duty,
bnt life seemed very hard of late, cutoff
from congenial pursuits and friends.
Yes. it was the frieuds, she thought, with
" And then refusing to go to the socia.
ble to-morrow night with Nat Parkins, "
her mother went on in her rasping voice,
" nlicn every one will be there, and he
is the riobest fanner in tbls region, aud
all tbe girls would give their eyes to " -
" Mother!" Heater broke in desperately
at last, " I do all in my power to please
you, but I will not go with Mr. Parkins
' I detest bim 1" and she fled to ber room,
I where she threw herself sobbing upon
' her little white bed. She felt so hopeless,
to homesick for well, for what? And
in her abandonment of grief ahe repeated
a name lo ben elf as if it comforted her.
She bad not known when she left the city
HA6S GALORE IN -BROOKLYN.
Tho Health Board Apparently Has
Much to Investigate.
Impotslblo to Keep Trnilt or Kvery
U.ilo of Hags, It Is Mnld.
A report to tbe effect that there had been a
wholesile disregard among rag dealers ot l he
conditions of tho permits for tbo tranship
ment of rags Issued by the Brooklyn health
authorities nascurient tc-daj.
It Is well knowh that there were humuviK
It not thousandc, ot bales of bales ot rJkS
s'.nreil In Brooklyn, notwithstanding the fact
! that h) stoiage permits hae been Issued by
1 the Health Commissioner sitae February.
9o rertalu Is it that dealors In rigs have Ig
nored the conditions In tho toads under which
they arc allowed to carry on bu&lnea, that It
was eald Hits morning that a rigid tmcsltgi
tlon would i made.
Dr. D'llomergue, head nf the permit bureau
taldio-day that owing to lbo iaige number
of shipments of rag received every mouth
tt Is Impossible to keep track ofrver,baik
All the lags are supiwstd tote sold before
ai rival, ana to betaken outside the Kings
Count) lines without lelng landed.
Homellraes, tbe doctor said, t be agents were
unable todlsp.se ot the whole consignment
leioreband, and thirty or lorty bales would
bo lo.l over from a shipment.
it. wat fair to suppose, ne added, that many
of thesd bales find their way into storagn
bouses In spite of the vlgllanw ot the oftkcis
It Is i zpe:ted thst a leport will bo made to
Health commissioner Urlitln before night re
specting tbe true atate ot affairs.
MUSIC IN BROOKLYN PARKS.
Oonterno Will Play In Prospect Park
and Deverell In Washington.
At Prospect park this afternoon at 4
o'clock conterno - Son's band will play thu
"Th Btif-SpanshHl Bsonor." frtun, "I
Bl".f." -aUrs ballad. A Motlisr's Latr."0.
K. Oonttrnai lt, "The llr.u.dl.r.," Wild
tafli patrol, "I'cmlquv." Hindis? ; armd !
tlon, 'Tb Uamsei Iralanl," (lodit : oitrtnr.
ttin,'1 U. r. I'uii.iii; isprlMv, '"lha Datk'
Dihu." I popular ala,tloa, " Ktllly aad
l he 4UU," ftrmham i !!. " Katmla." llockrnh;
March, " Uarralna Yal.nala," arragtaa bjr Cob
Al Washington Park, also at 4 o'clock,
lie vert ll' Band will play, as follows :
Introduction, StarH-rtsncled banner," Kera;
rend raarcu. " Waanlnatoo," Kaniiaohalll: urer
lura, "Kamudl," Beethoren: tepcert waltaee,
(ftacelt arsnd eeleetlnn ,Worl,t'a Face Jubi
lee," Arr. Deterell.aeleetion. "rUlter 1'ruinpeu"
(sa slarnl at Ht. feter'a, Home). VUlaul; lel-o-lloo,
Yeomau of tbe (laard.' r-lr rtanrnulll,
aui aalop, Aililanca." Pereralls banllps eoena
(dMcrlptire). Ilaealmati wlMtlon. "Pleaaanl
Meuorlaa," lltiolekai flsalt, "Hall Colombia."
To-morrow afternoon, at l'rospcct lark,
tbe concert will to by conlerno's band. The
following telcctloos will bo given:
Introduction, "tr Conntrr. ''Tie of The:"
oeert&n. "11 L'oaU d'Bases." Meroatenle,
crater, " l.oillne," Wallace; Are Maria, "lu
rUcr.4 Meracrr ot Mr Mother." II. K. Contemn;
lUorla. "Iwelfth Mom." Mosartiarand elMilon.
' Komeo and Juliet, " tluunod ; overture, " Dlohtai
nod Baoer,1 Muppoi rouiaase, " Alia Ntella Coofi
dente." HAbsadl i roaaatm fautaala. ' IhoVlalon.
of aPoet.'Ml. E, Conternoi msrok. from "Loo-uoranapbtfar,"B-afldool(r.
i i a
SMALL FIRE IN CLIFF STREET.
One of tba Water Tower Crew Hurt
on tbe War to It,
Afire broke out at 1.30 o'cloci this morn
ing on the toerth floor ot the nve-story brink
building 74 to Til Cliff street and 47 to a l
Tbe flames were confined to that part ot
tbe structure occupied by Charles II. Mchlerer
k Co., manufacturers of leather belling, ''he
total loss on stock is (3,000 and to the build
ing tbe same.
while responding to tbe alarm, Frank
ReiUy, one of tbe crow of Water 'lower No. l,
fell trout tbe machine and Injared bis right
Four work horse were suffocated by a fire
which broke out at 2.15 . u. to-day in tbo
stable U90 llivlngton street. Tbey were
owned by L. a. Pruscb, John Decker, Henry
Loeb and John Baden, tartmen. Tbe loss is
HELD WITHOUT BAIL
A Widwlfe Suspected of Being Im
plicated In a Woman's Death.
Mrs. Margaret Vanderveer, ot 378 Dean
street, Brooklyn, was held this morning with,
out ball for eqamlnation In the Butler Street
Police Court on Tuesday, on suspicion of
being Implicated in the death of Mrs. Mary
Rlebe, thirty-one years old, ot 433 West
Forty.nlntb street. Mew York.
Mrs. Yandeveer Is a tnldwite and conducts a
lylng-ln hospital. She holds a diploma from
a New York college of surgery, and bas uever
been In trouble previously.
An au'opsy on Mrs.ltlebe's body will be
made this afternoon.
CAN'T DRINK FOR ONE MONTH.
John Morlarty Committed to ths
John Morlarty, furniture dealer, was ar
rested to-day on complaint or bis brother
:. rhlllp and wife Margaret, for being an habit
ual drunkard. ,
lie was takdn to Jefferson Market Police
Court and was committed to tbe Fort liemil
ton Inebriate Asylum tor one month.
OUR SOLDIERS RETURN!
Four City Regiments Arrive from
Buffilo Tc-Uay. '
They March to Their Armories
Amid Great Applause.
Capt. Kilwln (loiiitl nnit Others Get
First T.isln or Military f.llr.
1'our more New York city leglments, the
Seeiit)-llist, Turnty-second, 'inetlth nnd
Ninth, returned from Huflnlo this inernlng,
audataln theml'lttaol I lie dl) Isallnu hli.dj
ready for a call at an) time. 'Hie Titen'.)'
second icached Ihe Orand central Depot ui I
. b.bo o'clock, the 'inrlllb at ti.40 and Ihe
Ninth at u.50. 'Iho regiments made a ft n
1 appearance as they matched to their armor
ies. The seventy-first Kegtmcnt, col. tranrls v.
Greene cominajidlng, leach' d Jersey City by
tho Kile lUllroail al H 40 o'clock this morn
ing, and it startol up llroadway from Cham
bers street to Us preaenl headquarters at
Lexington avenue snd one llundroJ and
Tbe regiment occupied two sections of a
special train which left Buffalo at 0 o'clock
last evening. ,
Twolvo ordinary coaches and two baggage
cars were used la transporting the Seventy
Dut to this city. All ot tbe oniccro returned
with It, excepting Lletit.-coL Ponnlsnn, wbo
obtained a furlough on ThursJay.
The Seveuty.flrst was stationed at East
Buffalo to protect tho Krlo freight and stock
yards and the Lake Hhoro stock ) nrd.
Among the onieers nt ihe He enty-flrst who
returned this morning was Capt. Kd.Wu
tlould, Jay tlould's second son, who Is In
spectorof HlUe I'ractlce. " It was a capital
roughing expertencu." he said, "and not o
teo unagreeable, although It was much
harder than tbe week we spout In camp at
When thn Peventy-nrs' lleglment roacbeil
the armory the men found an nppetirlug col
lnilon, spread by Maziettlat the instauca of
COL K. r. Hheprrd.
It was m.ii, nYioek whon train Xo. la In
iwosectl'Uiof djhl carse.oi, trought tbe
1 wenty-'eujud Itegluienl IstoiboUranil Cen
tral station. They ere n eary and dirt)
looking lot oi men as tbey formed lu Hue
along the platform at the east side ot Park
After they had taken tbelr places In line
Company II started In tu sing the song.
We're doing Homo To-Ua)." Alter that tbiy
bang "We're doing Home, No More io;ttnain. '
Cant. A. 11. lo rrece, oi tho Veteran Club of
the Twenty-second: Cant. Freeman, Ueut.
Ascough, Quartermaster Miller. Llent. Lutuer
and about n dozen other members of the
Veteran corps were thro to meet tbe men
Willi an linmenso number of relatives and
The Twenty-second, headed by the dram
andbuglocoiptt, marched Into Korty-socoml
street, to the Boulevard and to the armory,
whero a lunch had been provided.
Under Ihe inspiration of the spplauseof
tbe upectators tbe men marched as steadily
as tbey ever did at a dress parade.
The Twelfth Keatinent lelt Niagara Falls at
o.:io o'clock last night and reached the (Irand
Central Depot about 1 o'clock. The Nluth
left at midnight and arrived about U.UO
o'clock this altcraoou.
T11K SITUATION AT HUFl-'AI.O.
Blpelea or Trouble Alans tbe lleada
Voilew liar Trees' sVllhdrawal.
ai aisocutvd raaaa.
Buffalo, Aug. 27. Some ot tbe switchmen
wbo know tbey can't get tbelr old places back
are talking strike. Those who are likely to
be put to work In their eld places look on the
strike as a thing ot the past.
About tbir'y-flve ot tbe old employees of
the Lehigh Valley have applied for reinstate
ment, and sime bare been put to worg.
Tbe withdrawal of tbe troops has resulted,
aa was to be expected. In Increasing the diffi
culties of operating the roads. Non-union
men have reared violence and in some cases
have quit work.
The police report a generally quiet night In
the railroad district, though there was some
throwing of stones at Lake Shore trains near
Yonkers Quardsmen Oet Home.
irrxciaL to tsc avixnia oaLs.i
Yoniem, Aug. 27. The Fourth beparale
Company, N. (J., B. X. Y which was called
out to do duty a' the recent riots In Buffalo,
I arrived home at Lift tbls morning. There
wss a large crowd at the depot to receive the
soldlsrs, and a One collation was furnished by
tbe ladies ot Yonkers.
A Br-e Patrolman Commended.
Acting Supt. Mackellar, of the Brooklyn
police, this morning issued a general order
commending tbe condurt ot patrolman
I'hlllp Itogers. ot tbe p'strol boat, who at tbo
risk of his life, rescued John Collins from
Brooklyn Houses Robbed.
During tbe night the apartments ot John
Walker, 3174 Fulton avenue, Brooklyn, were
entered and Jewelry valued at tus stolen.
Bridget Dolana apartments, at 03 bandforu
street, were robbed of clothing valued at t'-'O. ;
" THAWg. BKAVEN I HERBS
how she loved Herbert Strong, wbo
parted from her at the depot with that
reproachful look in his eyes.
What caprice bad moved her to tell him
InoT At that moment, she felt a though
ST, OAKLtNO '." RnE CRIED.
she would give the world to pour out her
sorrow and penitence to bim, but he was
lost to her gone to some far Western
So she lay and 'sobbed herself sick. It
TUP-BINE ARE RESCUED,!
Nearly Suflbcatod in tbo Fark
s:lip Pit, in Wales.
Twelve lloillei l'.i covrroil nnd Over
One llliiiilreil .Mlln-.
Irv 'ocitmi Mtrat I
I onpox, Am:. C7.-AI1 night longtho volun.
leer lecului pai tics kept up in their work at
th- 1'ail.sllp pit, tin tieneot the cttloilon at
lllldgend, Wales, jrs'erd.iy. At U o'clock
thli morning they had jieuci rated uuo jaids
Into the main shall.
While a band were working tliclr way
further Into the pit a bound as heatdthat
caused them to s.uluenly smpend opt rations.
The 1101,0 was repeutid. It could not be
mistaken. With u heait) cheer tho) again
j bent to tliclr las', with renewed energy.
j Mrrcplng and aoiu1 Units lying flat on their
istomsihs the) adtanced, Jilluthoi.o behind
kept thi iimi.ol clear. A lat tho tepaiatln;
bank if lotknnd tarth tell Inward, an. I the
rescuers enleied nn open span-, lu which
were huddled tcgeihcr tilueteei t f the miners '
who had Leeu imprisoned blnce )eaterday
.Mi si of the luiprlsont d men had been badly
Injured and burned so seriously that special
arrangements will hava to be made to gut
them from the pit.
Thu anxiety among tho throng about tho
pit mouth Is pitiful to w itness. As soon ns It
is posslblo the oniclals will learn tho names
of the rescued men, and jhus relievo the
strain which tholr rtlstlves ato undergoing.
The aflur damp la so bad that the work of
rovcuo Is oftct. retarded, tho volunteers being
ilrUeuoutof tho excavations until tho air .
Ten bodies wei e recovered of meu who did
not have a second's warning ot the late hang. I
tng over them. Two ofher bodies tu-ro so j
terribly mutilated that IdeuiUlcailon is
scarcely probable. i
The Lord Mayor of London will open a I
relief fund lor Iho distressed families. I
I.ur.B-l.lio i-. x Thlrty-nlne ntthnlm-'
prisoned miners bne bsvn brought to the pit
head. W ben they weic tenunlred I hey wro
Irantlcally imbraccd and kissed again nnd
LONDON'S POISONING CASE.
Nelll Committed for Trial for Vu-dnr,
fv Ak.orUTKii rnara.l '
LoNiiov, Aug. '.'7. -1 homas -Nelll, Indicted
for tho iiiurdci of Jlatllda Clover, was again
arraigned beforo Mr. John Bridge lu tbo Unw.
Street l"ollcc com t to-daj .
J. W. Mcculloch, of Ottawa, Out., tesllfUd
that ho had mndn the acqnnlntauco of tho
prisoner at Blaucbard's Hotel In Quebec, and
Nelll showed blu a bottle, sating that it con.
talned polton. He said ho had given poison
in capsules to women.
In tho coutsn of their conversation Nelll
produced a false beard, which besaldbeworo
lu order to prevent his Identlilestlon.
Sir John Bridge committed Nelll lor trial
for mnider and blacmsiL
LABOUCHERE TO GLADSTONE.
A Letter of Compliment and Advice
for tbe Orand Old Man.
IllT AMOCIATKD rail!.'
LoKbov, Aug. D7. Henry Labouchere has
written a letter to Mr. flladsioue, compli
menting b!m upon his chivalry m accepting
the sole responsibility for the arrangement of
in this letter Mr. Labouchere declares his
unswerving loyalty to Mr. Oladstoue, but ad
vises bim not to pi mm thu pressure of tho
Homo ltulers to swamp Radical measures.
HAS STOLEN HIS MILLION.
An E-Cnptaln of British Fusllleers
as a Handy Forger.
1st laerx-UTrn raise, l
Lonpon. Aug. 27. Fcott Banders, an ex
Captain of Fusiliers, has been arrested at
Liverpool on thn charge nf forging a check
for 3,700 in the namo ot Lord Londesbor
ough. It Is stated that Bander's stealings -mount
to jCSOO.OOO (1, 000,000). He had booked
passages for himself and a woman to the
Prince Ferdinand Opens ths Expo
sition at Pblllppopolls.
1st aisoctintii rnsea.1
Bom, Aug. 27 I'rlnce Ferdinand opened
tbe International Exhibition at Pblllppopolls
to-day In tho presenco ot 10,000 visitors.
The town Is picturesquely decorated.
Robbed During Their Vacation.
urmiiroim xtonIxo woann.l
Niwasx, Aug 27.-8. Hoswell Ward's bouse
on Avon avenue was to-day discovered to
have been burglarized and robbed of J2.H00
worth of silverware and other valuables.
Tbe family were away at tbe beach, and It Is
l not known when tbo theft waa committed, i
was the natural result of her long weeks
of self-coutrolled trouble i she bad not
so completely owned to herself before
how much she regretted the past.
When sho rose lu tbe morning ahe saw
such a white little face and swollen eyes
in the glass that she dreaded to go down
stairs. A sort of apathy had seized upon
her, however, ami she quietly slipped
into her piaco at tho table with hopes tliat
her mother would not notice her espe.
cially. llul the sharo eyes of that busy
woman took her daughter in quickly.
She intended to wntch her more closely
hereafter ; her dislike for Nat Parkins
must bo overcome. I
" Hester," she cried in surprise, " what ,
have you Leeu doing to yourself "
"Nothing," Hester said, wesrily, Lrnc.
Ing hetself for the attack. Mrs. llarnunl,
alter a moment's look, et down the colfco.
pot sud upeuul her lips, but suddenly, to
everyone's surprise, Mr. I'nrnard. who1
tisually kept a discreet silruco during his
wife's tirades, laid his toil-worn hand on
his daughter's shoulder.
"Now, Jano!" her husband spoke
with tho authoritative tone he rarely used
save when his daughter needed defense
" I want you to drop this nonsense about
marrying Hester off tb Nat Parkins. II,
is not her kind at all." In his blind nay
Joshua Uarnard (elt the difference be
tween his geutle daughter and the bluff,
. rough young farmer.
I " After she went upstairs last night,"
he went on, " I passed under her window
I and ths child was crying fit to break her I
Speculation Tamo on a Much
Operator's Summor Abttnce Causes
tiencrnt Klse nf Onr-lUlf to the
Tl.r'tfOjiurtrrt All Along
Wall Stmst, SJlurday.Aug. 27. Specula
tion nas tame. to-da).the sales up;to thettnie
the Kxchangc doted having reached only
07,000 sharoj. Thediilnesi was not unox
pectid, many operators having left the city
yesteiday lor their country homos.
Tho tone of tbo market was firmer and
prices Improved )1 to per cent. Hugar waa
errnllc ihlugtfcto 1111)4, declining I0III4,
selling up to U','H and closing at 11 1214.
MliineaHlls ,t 8t, LouU preferred broko 4W,
lu on, and 1 allied to 424. ltlcbmond - H est
l'olut lermlual preferred Iroke Bt per cent.
ticneral Freight Agent William M. Jo) cc, of
the leiiLSjlTuul.i llallroau Company, auiys
that bit company will not concur witu mo
oilier roads lu the advancement on Sept. 10
t tolls on anthracite coal, on tbe ground that
tbe Mutation does not leuulre II.
Ihe July report id tbeAtw Jersey Central
mail ahows nei eari.lsgs 01 Sf0,1.07n, a de
cioaw ui (d2.7Dl. aud fur tbe sevim months,
t:i,:i:iu,2:in, uu Increav of :ir,su5.
The bank statement showed a loss In re.
seive of 2,ul,uuo. which reduces Ibo
amount lifl.i lu excess, of ligal lequlrerneuts
to ll,KH7,N7A. Loans expehded l.UHrl.OOO,
llai'llille. decreased t7,:i.10,0O, legal lender
lutreasid f 1,300 aud tnccio decreased ir
The tollowlng aro tbe comparuuve figures 1
I iM. M. Aet 97, riaef.i.
loani.t'JS.IKa.eon t9j.l.P7,7UD p'a.l,ssb,ea(l
hiM,,!,- ks, (mi, .,1111 Ht.7r.1r.jLU bee. 4,a2,oou
II. I'd. AI,a87,r(iO 57,asS,Ui'U lne, I, ami
ll.l.'lu tj.,U,lMl 817,1111.3110 pc T.SID.SOII
1 Urao'g S.iee.SUU 6,-6,O0U pee. II'.MUU
I Cloalcir Quotation.
IIhi. Illsa. lw. fine.
Am.rlnn R'lfar tf . 11 J ll'. 111! llvli
mer. Surer ll.l, oref.. llllM IUim 10U 10
AmrrueiluliunOll i-k "'l l .'.)(
Aim , loo. aaniare ukii 3'j bi) as
itait a Ohio j:u viH : .:!'
Lll...l.lk.4 OIlU,,., i. VIS 'jllj VD4
CkiesaoUaa H'Jn vs. bjS H3
Ciuc.llar. auolnor luHs lo.K lmv lyil,
i.Bluas NonDKeet... llih 111 11CJ. lit
Cuu.. Mil. A hi. i'aal.. Bill i',i 1'h HJI
Chic. Hvck la. l'a... w Ai S'ii Ml
l.cir A Ka.l, III. pre'.. Vi-H UH.'s US V'H
O.M..l.'ln., 0. A Ml. L . CM, (III Ot- CH
I Loi.Allock. Vallei.... UU, rt4)i Jlla -HH
llilabuLue I-irua.... as Ii 3I) SH
Kuuwililat lUaa. lljti 1H U7t Ub1
l).I..Iek. A wmv.... l7tj llS W la7t
ll.u.er AHIuUran.le. ,. 10 ID 111 1(1
llau. a Ilia UnnJe pfd. it !l4 4SV SUM,
Via. Ataltlerenl H ! M
fcUiaun r. eoinu ul. Oo. lu.l 103 luj 1U3
i.retn Oar A wln.oa... l.H I'.ti V1H 1-H
lien KlertriftC) HMs 111,: lUSi 11CH
I luwi eutral prel... . 41 4J 41 4J
llelore 1S m' 1SS las
toui.rllle naehTill.. rtH Ul SSH S9
OUI...N A. AChl 2i)t 1SH a6H V5U
AtaBbattaa Cenaol US las 1J4 US
M.nnaiuu sw.i r. i) (1 o
MuiliaitCentral ltri I'M tH 1H
Xlinn. Abt.liala. ...... IS 10 154 lii
llnu. A M. lxjin. i(... 4J i) UU 4tj
iliataariPaolaa vile CI ooK mn
Mo., Kaneaaa leaae... 16H IW 1SH IMA
ftai. Lord. Ce. pIO. lilij l'ilrs 131 lJlis
Nau -aad Co..'. 46 sa 44M r
JSel. Lr.U fA via, W US U7 V',M
New Jereer Ontrai. ... 1SS!( 13tM 1SS 185
. V.. LAkekneA W.. U7M 'J7U 31 ti -7U
i. v.. hiau. a Wea. 1U, ltji IMa lMj
h. Y..tiriaa. A Weal. (. 7 SI SJ 117
XerUeralelSeorM.. atM SS tift 64
iHoitaAaaerioaa 1-H KM laC l.-.fj
Or. hall a fler 774 T7H 772 77'l
IPacisoMaII SS SS 3J iSJ
r-SUa. A Keilla tlH M llH 67V
h.A W. I', ler U II IK Ik
1 i. W. I'.Ter. n- H7 S7 ST 37
sl.Psnl imaVa ItU SIM tl Ui
L uiteaihMte..... oU tii ut vji
M.a.KniaweelerapY. lm lSea 1SH IMi
hllt.r IJerilSi-aua saM s:ta Suit W
ttoatacni facino 36lJ -ji; SlU SSJ.
lol Ann Arbor A fc.jj. is ys -js -J8
In. A li. Cen 47 47 47 47
Union I'acuae 3sH H SiM 38H
In ion faelno.lMn. All. 19 IB Iy ID
Weatarn Ualoa Tele.i.. Vf VtH 15 U 7I(
Vrbeeliaa A La ke Cne. KSii ItM 'JM ihji
WkeeUns iUmCpt. 70 7W 10 7oJ
The following aie the closing quotations ot
mining stocks at ills consolidated Exchange
Bid. -ll.J.I BIJ. at.4.
Amrrlfae Hemeelaka 14 1X1 15. U
llic 01 .05 llcrn Ml... 3. JO
Allcr . . .flu . 0.; iron Hit .or. .flu
Adam. Con I.VOilron Hill., .lu .35
Itclle laie,. .05 ,30'Lecroeae... .03 - .OH
Belcher. ., 1.25 -,I-ed. Con. .14 .It
I B..I A lUttleChlet .94 .37
I Bilofaer.. 1.15 'Mrilean. . 1.00
noUle .35 Moulton. .. .15
llulw.r . .35 Mono 10
tlarcelOBA. .03 - Narajo .... .US .15
Hreree . . .35 - N'rlh Belle
Hrmaa con. .U .IS lele OS .30
Belmont... .33 .87 North Star a. 60
CslenoDla Ontario ... 19.00 41.60
H. It. . .95 LOOUplilr .... 2.00
Chollar ... .45 Oriental A
l.reen P't. .45 I Miller. .J. .OS
Con. imp.. ,16 Pli mouth.. .76
Caneolllo. .It .36 PnoeauM .10
CaatleCVk - .OSllMioenll A. .45 .60
i;oi. ton. ,. .00 .Ketilneeo
Con. Cal. 1,'on. ., .86 .00
AVa..... 8 10 -Bta So
Comatock islirraMir, 1.10
Htock . .11 .lS.rttandsrd . 1.4
Bonda ... 16. OJ irltormonaa. ,08
Scrip, . 1G.00 Santiago... .&u
Dun.lu 10 San SobAe-
Dnadwood tian , ,10
Terra . . 3.15 3.10 Silt Cord .30
Eureka Cn 1.40 -mallH'p'a .90
Kll'rutn.. .30 - 5ll.Mtn.Co
Wtber Oa I of L- V .. .80 -
hmet .35 'fihabone., fii
Could A iTIoia ...... .60
Currr .. .76 (l.KiOon. 1.00 -
Hale A. "tor. Ward Con. .10 .36
eroaa 1.00 Vol. Jacket .40
her heart, and look at ber paleface this
morning. Can't you see it f "
' ' Yes, I see it," bis wile said crossly.
It always roused lier temper to be op
posed unexpectedly by ber husband, for ,
she usually bad lo submit. ' ' I seo it and I
it's all uouseuso! Home good-for-notlim'
city fellow, I'll warrant!" with which
shot sho left tbo table and began rattling
tbo dishes in a way to prevent further
Joshua Uarnard slowly left tbe house
for ibe Held. It was a new idea that his
wife had suggested, yet Hester bad never
said anything to bim about it, and tbeie
wero few things she did not oonflde to
him. He thought of it sll tbe long, warm
morniug till tbt terrible beat drove all the
workers to tbo welcome shade ot tbe
trees along tbe fence by tbe roadside.
The dust lay thick and dry on tbe
ground, tbe insects shrilled monotonously
-nothing stirred. A cloud of dust came
down tbe road and Joshua Barnard and
his men watched it curiously: who was
foolish enough to drive borers so fast
under such a blazing snn f
It did no' lake much to check tbe ex
hausted span of bays, who stood panting
and dust-begrimed, and tbey turned to
the light buckboard,
. man lay there, fallen nnder the seat,
with bis face a dark red and his clothes
" Drunk!" was tbe disgusted cry, but
Joshua I'arnard.who looked more closely,
said, " A sunstroke. Take him to the
bouse carefully." and followed, wining
( hi hsattd brow. He felt e-aritable bow
She Writes Several Friends to''jH
Gall at the Jail.
' ' 'M
Chat with the Drooklj- Girt WeTH
ctised or False Prateaif. 'jJW
AnntQ Louisa Emmer, the sprightly brae Xj.vH
nette, who Is charged by John r. BelUnaa, of "JM
loll hvergrccn avenue, Brooklyn, wltb'bav iJ-yS
log obtained money from bim under 'flat &,
pretenses, looked a trifle tousled this morning "vfi
after a night in theKaymond Street JaB, ,?m
where sho Is held In delault ot $."00 bat -8
pending trial on Thursday next. 43
Miss Emmer was much displeased at tM i&W
story which sne had beard bad gained (rats. -S
rency, that sho was Identical wltb UsMV ix
sotno Lou," the steamer-runner,1' who'st , "
known to the stertmsbln people and the pottos H
ns one of thi shrewdest uoDddtnce wosuss hi ys
tbe business. -:
' Annie's checkerel career bas brought" ker S
Into proinlnenc several tlmea Hhs is.confl- ,f,
dent that sho will gel ball tr-day from f alootse US
. Keeper! hompson, of 7H0 Broadway, Droo. 4
Myn. Hut shchas also written Mrs. rVlttttetT. fi
.or J4 Central avenue, nnd Mrs. Lyneo. q i'i;
1 1 :i7 i ook street, to come lo tee ber at the jatt ', ji
with thfvlew to asking shem to go on her a,
ball in t aw Thonit.son should ref us-. , 'c
-. , -t ?s
PEOPLE S MrnENriV O. MINEt. Praprietea 'ik
oif,TAi-L i r.RANsmv I
.Neat W.ek-Tlie Vendetta. i
BROOKLYN JUUSEMEHTS. 1.1
MUVKI.TV"Tlir5Arni:, J. 1'. lUl.l.l'Ja. Ilaaa- V;
aer and Proprietor, rek ccmmenclat Ana. 39.. ?'.
Mate. Illee.. Wod. and bat,, Mr. Harry lacj as- -'-J
el.teo br Mlaa r-inbr Hlfl an4 superb paWt la Jt
THKPl.ANTKB'HWirr. Next -eek-MlM riot- 5,
rnoe lllmllei In The Par 'I rain. :);
SHIPPING NEWS ' ,?
ALtlANAC FOIl TO-DAT. g
Bon riser.. (.31 1 Bin eeU ,.C.I I Moon aeU.,.W 'i
uian WATrn to-uav. B'j
" a. r. ft St Jte;
FandrHook , 10.60 11.14 i
lloreruor's lelaod 11.14 11.3 iff
llclltlat. l.Oi 1.33 .
LOW WATKn TO-UAT. -Tl
Randrllook 4.8 6,$ ,-M
llorernnr'e laraud , ...i BW S.44 7
Hell (late..... 6.87 j.la fe'
To chant Kaelern aundartt tine to new Terk wft
mean llue aabtract fonr mlnatea.
POUT OV .sKlV YOUK.
Strainer I.t 'loaralne. Cant. Fraasa.l, , anas TSj
lltrre Aux. 30, with ruerctiandl.e, .17A cabin an ' ,w-
.a1, .iteracn peaaenfere to A. torsat. aritrsa a. ?
tne btr at 6a.m. ..,,, .. ' iM
Hiaain.r lioilett, Capt. Wlnckler, from Haaabt r fA
Aat 14. TlalUritl7.ltlimerclnduM.Usealar JX
and 554 ataeraae paaaengers to tl, J.Cortia, amre4 i-i
At tne bar al 1.730 a y. " 'ii
Meamer Cltr ( niinintham, Capt. Bars, from "(
Saranral Aur. 31, nita marchandUe asdsesis JfL
Sera to K. L. n alker. ?.v
SA1LSS TO-DAt. ' JffiJ
Ancherla. fllaAow. J s
Am.lcntam. Kutterdaaa. to
All. a. Xlncatoa. .' ''?
Uania. lis ibors. ' .JQ
Kina, Bremen. 'iftfl
Ktnirla- Llverpeol. -11
Kalokerbaoker. New Orleans. ".THf
l.a rlretaane. Ilarre. iSM
Mlaaleelppl. I ndoa- :-i'i.
Nneoea, (lalrcatuu. iFni
Nerada. Llterpool. 1:ij,
Werra, lienos. --.W.
Yumurl. Uarana. , ,S-fZ
iosailaco. 39. " SS
Mmllt rfee. rMeeleaSa. 'pi
Cherokee. Charleston .eer 'MJ
Nscooohee, Bannnaa a,eaat '-$
to sail. auo. SO. ' ' hri
Fl Dorade. New Orleans .'S.!' lM
llarel, IJr.meu 10.00 A at ;fM
to aur. AOo.'tL. ' " fyM
Ataoe. Klntslon , - 1. - - ..al
Cltr of Fnrla. I.lterpool -0 (MM
llermanlr, Uierpoel Z9.0SI M
Hlaaata, lirau 1.00 Far. 'S.Mrst' i$(H
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Andee. Klntatoa Aug. 13. Mft
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Ansu.U Victoria. Uauburf Aa. IS, 'S-
Mandarl Cltr, Swansea Aaf . 1. tJl'ij
rioana. Ulbraltar Am. 137 -'i3
sua auo. 38. v " " .' vpS
Ariroaa. Llrtrpool Aes. 3d. " -1&
Olrcaaela, OlaaaoerAoc. 1. 'l3i
faroote. Llterpool Ans. IK. .. .-SW
hum of California, Ulaaaow An UL '-iv
bertlA, Llrerpool Ana. 3u. 'i3K.'
rcr Aca. 39. t " -B
Aleoaa. FortLtmon . 30. " '',i
Colorado, UaU Aaf. 1. , tSi
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YuiatAje. Hat ana Ana. 36. . iTO
OCK ACO. SB. j iJV
Friealand. Antwerp An. 30. .SftS
Fewport. Colon Aas. li. , si'
Polraoela, liamonre An(: 14. ."'SW
sea aoo. 31. ., ;'Af
Totnoalfl. Llrerpool Ang. 34. S.1
1 So. Bromen Aae. JS. 1WPt
Veendam, Rotterdam Ana. 30. wl'l
Marlel, St. KttU Aug. 38. 'iSf
DCs IBTT. 1. iMli
Ielaad. ChrUtlaaaand Aas. It. , , 'v -WW;
City of WaaktBf ton. HaranA ads. SB, "; ,,j
VOKBIGN PORTS. f v
SAIID. , , 'rfj
LnwDO. Aas. 37 Tho White 8U lino atas-je ' , 3? j
BorloeAlledfrom Llrorpoolfor Mow TorkeAa-SS 'ij!
T. M. A0(. 36. . j
Weather Forscet. - 4.
Tor M hours ending at I P. if. tTMrigeSf i ;
Surthtrlv tefndj, ihuwtrs, bKotMd bvceor- '
tng; stationary ttmtratur; brisk north
tastertv wfndr. J
The following record shows tbe cbaages t S
tbe temperature during tbe morning aot-tl ''
8a. si... S (a. at.. .881 a.... l..M i-
towards all strangers. Was It sot .A j
stranger that Hester perhaps loved ? "" ' ..:
There was cenf ttslon in tbe brown fans-
house immediately, for Jano Barnard was
in her element when she had a sick person ,'
I on her bands, and she unceremoniously H
left Hester with tho housework below ''
whilo she topk possession of the siek M
room. Bho waa attracted by the un con., S'
sciouaman, with his handsome face and '
refined appearance. .'V.'
' ' How is ho ?" Hester asked, when her Jg
mother finally descended.
' ' He'll be all right after my nursing." (
that worthy personage remarked, and fi
forthwith launched into a glowing de. ' ?
scription of her patient. 'V
Hester's curiosity was roused: so like i
from her mother's description, yet . A o
wild thought flashed through her head, "h
and sho stole cpstalra with a beating; hear . M
and paused on the threshold. She f(H! ,f,
dizzy and closed her eyes. "It could not '
be, "she kept saying; ''.he is miles away jK
from here." Yet when ahe Anally did .j5l
look at the nnoonscious face of the bum $t
before her a look of passionate joy casse VI
into ber eyes. ,;
"Thank Heaven, Herbert, darUngtM ii
she cried, and as if a spell were broke. vf-'
he looked at her. A smile of reooenittoei, (
came to his lips and with a munnarird , ii
endearment he tried to draw her to hlaa. JI
"I have found him mother I" her JOB
daughter said, with a smile through ber VJM
tears, and aa though this eiplalnad It all ,S
ahe turned to her father's open anas. "cl
When Herbert Strong recovered and Vft
went away with his young bride eren Jane ', vtal
Barnard nad become recoaclled to her i'iTM
new son-tn-law, and never aaea tas her i -M
life did she mantion KM ParKurt BoM, , ''J
Bhs at jeyetd kr defwt, MtSmtjt, ''(IM
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