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I THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 27, 1892. ' 'A $$
FRIENDS OF THE FUND,
The; Have Contributed Over
$20,000 for the Campaign
in the West.
Beports from Other Papers in the
Ninety Democratic Journals Aiding
in the Move to Win the West.
Yesterday's Contributions to tha
Fund Footed Up $087.00.
tKrorn Thlt Morning' World.
C.ll.Taj lor, Boston "tllobe" 1,000.00
W. M. Sliutrrly, Philadel
phia "Krcord" l.OOU.OO
W. V. Whitney 1,000.00
Janet smith. Jr.. Newark.
Theodore W Myers 230.00
"A .llrmhrr at the- .llaahat-
tea Club" 300.00
Frucl l.yade Ntetsea I0U.00
A. J. T Uasl Orange 100.00
Dr. John II. Weodbnrv IO0.O0
Emanuel Hoffman A: Man .... 100.00
Douglass W. Buruliaro, I'leh.
kill LanalBf, N. Y 100.00
Adrian Illckerion, Bloom-
eld. N.J 100.00
Gov. IMIIInm K. Knsaell, of
Maaancliusrtta, throuab Iho
"Olobo," Boston 100.00
Katclluo Hick. 100.00
Everett P. Wheeler 100.00
Norman E. Alack. naffate
Jo.enh Austin Olllrt. Flab.
kill Landing, N. Y 00.00
I.awreuco i:. Hexlon ftO.UO
tV.H. Tallmadge. Mlamrord.
HOW THE FUND STANDS NOW.
Craud total acknowledged
la Tetterdajr's " World" .."10,828.81
Total received yesterday ua
to 0 P. ftt. by "Th World" 400. 10
Total reported up ta date by
other ncw.pap era, eirliialvo
of amounto bltherto entered 237.73
Grand total 820,010.71
KErOKTS FKOM 0UU ALLltS.
The Milwaukee "Journal" Starts Off Ita
it ork with a Check for B200.
The Milwadxke Journal,
MlLWACKII, Aug. S3, 181)2.
J.aaa.r Wetttrn Dtmttcraitc Campaign Fund:
On behalf of t be Milwaukee Jtmtnal I Id.
dote check lor $200, which please credit to
jour Western Democratic Campaign Fund.
We know tbo opportunity the tariff-stricken
West otTere tho party ot the people, and that
Lantern Democratic leaders like yourself
bare come to appreciate tbo situation here
nils ua with new life and determination.
The advance Wisconsin bus mado politically
has been by bold and henest ducuulon d( tne
questions before tbe people, and your assist
ance will make tbla educational work even
more thorough and tbe result more certain.
We shall ask our readers to send contribu
tions to you. L. w. Human.
From tho - Herald," Kluabeth, N. J.
Central .Veto Jeriev Herald,
Euxabeto, N. J., Aug. 34. j
Jraaaaar Wttttrn U.nMrlfe Campaign Fund:
It Is with gioat pleasure tbat I In
close chec. ror 913.70, tbe Drat instalment
of money collected by tbe Herald lor tbe good
work In tbe West. I am heartily In accord
ulth jour efforts anil will do wuat I can to
make tbe amount a largo one. I lettovo with
you tbat tbe West la a good neld In which to
work. The seed was planted there tars ago,
and tbi harvest la nowrlpo tor the reapora.
Let the Western campaign fund be spent to
educate the peoplo or tbe Wost in truly Dem
ocratic principles and In preventing blocks
of nve ' ana such ltepublloan methods, and
there will be a tidal wave oc Democracy that
will sweep the country. '
A. T. Fxndlktok, Editor and Manager.
From Tho Columbian," ntoorntbur;.
Bi.oomsbcuo, Pa., Aug. 25, isi)2. f
Tbe follonlng-uamed pcrbons tend In their
contributions for the Western Campaign
.1. II. Mercer, J. It. Townaend, J. K. Bitten
bender, L. Lowenberg, W. u. Taylor, c. U.
Hobbles, o. a. Herring, Grant Herring, A. L.
Friz, a. m. Quick, William Cbrlsman, J. K
Kline, c. II. Campbell, McOloskey & Tracey,
Alexander Bros, A. Co., all SI each.
Inclosed anu check for l..
J. K. Bittbnbixdib.
The Pott," ot Dourer, CnL., Joint.
SHCIAL TO TBE WO BAD. 1
Dznver, col., Aug. 36. The Kienlng Poet
bastakonup the Western Campaign Fund
movement, and is i.ow receiving subscrip
tions!. In to-night' a issue the fast editori
"1 lis i New York World's. Western cam
yalgn Fund is increasing with gratlljlng
rapidity, it embrces contributors irom moi
ihun a dozen stiles, and has Interested the
snorts ot moro thun forty of the leading
ueuiocratlc and Independent newspapers of
!h0, country. Tho distribution of tho fund
or legitimate pumpaln expenses In the West
" HP 1mJ Northwestern Mates has been
intrusted to a committee ot honest and emi
nent men, who win bo responsible ror the
fate Unlivery and proper disbursement of the
money. The oblect is to provide such litem
lure as will present to tho minds or tba
people the Important Issues to bu detci mined
OJ the campaign. That the citizens of Colo.
; mT. Uty' an opportunity to join In this
S?mfrs!" RDa ropular movement ror tho
political regeneration ol tho West Iho
iiV'!? p"" bM ononod a subscription list
5?.,.w'" co-Peialo with Its esteemed metro
P"1'8" contemporary In tho collection of tho
tuna, i-ereral subscriptions have already
wen received, and those, with others nblch
zfJ.me ln tl10 niei"i t'nio, will bo ecknowl
railed in tcmorrow's issue."
A Ueclnnlnr; nt Orrrnbur(f, Pa,
lltgitter and Recorder,
UREEMSBUItO, Pa., Aug. S3, 1H02.
Inclosed find my check for lo in aid of the
western Democratic Campaign Fund. We
ttlnk this a move In the right direction, as
J .Irmly believe more than ono Western
eiato will be round In the Democratic column
'n,-0.v"nbcrnixt, iiurt every dollar contrib
uted tu ihl fund will aid tho good work.
W. U. Cohwat.
rrm the " Nenllnel," Carroll, la.
ttrrcIAL TO THE WOBLU.)
Cakroll, ta., Aug. so bubscrlptlons to the
western Domccratlo Campaign Fund through
Nebraska Fund and NebrftSka Corn.
IflrariAL to the would. 1
omaba, Au?. so. Bubscrlptlons through
S?.8i'l?.-,l'orWrnH M.75, making our
fmi P0"-'. Ncbrabka fuuds, like her corn,
row slow but sure.
rrom the O'Neill "Sun," Another
, CrrciAL to Tiir. wnnr.l
"Mm, Noli., Aug. SO. The O'Neill Sim
opened subscription for Western Campaign
Mn!J?n!0'?a' b nubscrlblnir .1. II. F. Ilar
"ngton also gives SO. 'total, 110.
MtU KLW "AFKlts UNITED.
n Incretln Kuiaber or Allies Who
Will Appoal tor rnndt.
sJ1 altor c' "T'r Dsinocratla Journal who
mnks that be can collect nr sura from K
Ctnts u cordially invited to jcia MM
Iw-J- -tWh ,
FOr, THE WESTERN DEMOCRATIC
Make ebecfet and mony.order payable to
tho Western Dcmccratlo campaign Fund
Address all communications to tho Western
Campaign Fund, box S.1534 New York City.
All contributions will be aoUnowi
dftd In tbe Alorninu WOULD.
"TheWoria" aaka your aubicrlptlon
to the Western litmaorntla Campaltn
rand. Cenroaor tirtnucratl newipnpin
In other parts of the country liava alto
opened their eolumut to iccelva contrl
bullont. All the money raled will be
lapended WlliuiaLlr by tba uilvlcoofa
cotntnlltee of leartlnt: Western Ueino
crata In waning a vlgorout edacatloui.1
oatnualgn In thnte Western BtaUl which
!' Rono Itepubllcan In elections
hllhorto, but nnw aire the atronrrit In
cllcatlont of a Innduncy towarda Dcmoo
racy and tariff lie form.
The larger the number of tubucrlp
llons. regardless of their tlse, the creator
will be the moral effect. Will you helpT
lr to, tend n check, a regliterrd letter, a
money-order or cash to the address glveu
above. Alio, If convenient, fill np the
blank In order that your subscription
way be acknowledged In the columns ot
The plan hat been formally approved
by ChoJrmAn Uarrlty, of the National
Committee, at follows:
DiiuocBATio National couhittxr, )
No. lQ Firm atikoe, New York.
To iUKilltr V n WorlJl
The movement for an energetlo and ag
greislvo campaign of education and organiza
tion In Wlsoonsln, Illinois, Iowa, Michigan,
Minnesota and other Western fatatcs Is ex
cellent. It deserves encouragement from tho
Democrats of tho Kasti In taot, substantial
support should be given toll by tbe Demo
crats of tbo entire country.
I belloTe there are tens ot thousands or
Democrats who hare not been In the habit ot
contributing to the National campaign Fund
for want ot opportunity. The Democratic
National Committee has been and Is likely to
be unable to reach thorn, and they n HI doubt
less bo glad to avail themselves ot this means
cf giving to tbe rund which It Is proposed to
raise lor the expenses ot the campaign In tho
Tbe contributions to the campaign Fund of
tho Democratic National Committee for tho
expenses of tho general campaign throughout
the country will doubtless be mado ln tho
usual way, and wlu not, of counm, lntorlero
with those to bs made to the Western Demo
crjtlo campaign Fund, to which latter all
who oan abould contribute.
I am anro that your effort, supplemented
as you expect It to be by that ot very many
other Deeaocratlo newspapers, will bo pro
ductive ot good results. 1 look for tho move
ment to be one of the most' effective aids the
Democratic party will have In tho present
campaign. It will still further emphasize tbo
declaration made by The World that " tbe
next President muss be a Democrat." Yours
respectfully, William F. IIabbitv.
Wostern Democratic Campaign Fund Alliance
and send word by letter or telegraph to Tns
Wobld to that effect.
A national conflict Impends. An unprece
dented campaign or education In tbo West
may be carried on if there bo money to pay
for organizing meetings, providing speakers,
supplying pamphlets and tnuklug It certalu
that every doubtful voter shall hear or read
the gospel truth of Dsmocratlo doctrine.
Unless Democrat contribute vthat ,thoy
can to the party treasury tbe light against
tbe Kepubllcau too will not bo as vigorous as
It should bo. Evory little helps. Mites make
millions. A dollar all around will turn the
scales ot victory.
No matter how lmlgnlflcant may teem the
sum collected by a ueuspupcr ln a small
town, ahunureusucb amounts will inako an
Imposing aggregate. Uestdai. all the moiey
ea colloiied w 111 mean just so much lucre for
the Western campaign than tin ru would be
If this plan had nut Wen placed In operation.
'lbs importance, therefore, ot tho co-operation
of as many Democratic nowspapcrs as
possible Is manifest.
Ninety newspapers are now ln tho move
HOW TlIEi Altf COMING IN.
Extracti from Newtpapert Working for
the Western Democratlo Fund.
Vol l Au lull, AfW Orlraa', ta.J
An actlvo campaign has beon Inaugurated
by the Democracy In the Western States.
The Congressional elections ot isoo showed
that tour or live ot tbeso Btates have anil
Itepubllcan majorities, there Is splendid
righting ground ln Illinois, ln Iowa, ln Kan
sas, In Michigan, ln Nebrsska. In all that
section the tariff plank of the Democratic
platform Is more acceptable than tho high
proteotlon views ot tbe Kepubllcans. In all
that section tho farmers have abandoned tho
itepubllcan party by the ttns ol thousands
The National Democratic iixccutlre com
mittee has appointed a sub-commltteu to
take charge of the work In this Held. To en
able that committee to do effective work the
New York World has undertaken to raise a
campr.lgn fund by ftencral subscription all
oer tho country. The thiln has been asked
to Join ln tbe work and cneerfuily lend) Us
Tho south has a deoper Interest In this
movement than any other section ot tho
country. Ihe addition nt three or four
Northwestern States to the Democratic col
umn will break tbe sectional Hue. It will
take tbe edge off ot such sectional measures
as the Forcu bllL It will remove the choice ot
the President from th always closu Mate ot
New York and Insure Democratic supremacy
lor many years.
Tho South should theretoro respond to the
call and lend substantial aid to thli fund. It
is a matter in which all our people are deeply
Interested, and 11 every earnest Democrat
will only forward a small contribution the ag
gregate rail be Urge.
An Indorsement from Tennessee.
Gen. W. II. Jackson, a leading politician of
Tennessee, Is at tbe Hoffman House. Iteter
ring to Tni World's Western campaign
Fund yesterday he said: "It desert cs en
couragement and Indorsement, it Is a good
Idea not to depend altogether on New York
State and to devote attention to tne West,
wbero tbe Democrats bavo a fighting
ueu. Jackson Is the owner of Hollo Mead
mock Farm, which Includes such blooded
uorsca as Enquirer, Luku lllacklurn, Iru
quols, which won three great eve nts in Hug
laud the Derby, 1'rlnco tit Wales utiJ bt.
I,cger Trrniont and inspector U. llo
imported (drat. 1cm and Loyillst and biuJ
'lammany, Huron and l'roctoi Knott.
Elocution Afolnst m Oee Company.
itrreiAL tt rvskio would.!
Oamdim. K. J.. Aug. ST.-An execution was
Issued to4tr ta tats mty agnail tns tier-
efcMtviile Ooaikjat sad Fuel compaay to sat-
BROflKLYN'S THEATRES OPEN.
Eedeooratod and Furnished, Five
Bogin tho SoaEon To-Night
New Plnyt at Some, Old Favorite
Hold tho Hoards at Others.
The theatrical season ln Brooklyn will get
well under way this evening when nve play
houses will throw open thtlr doors for the
season. The theatres tbat will open to-iilght
are tho Columbia, Holmes' star, tbe Amphlon,
Leo Avenue Academy and th Novelty. CoL
Blnn s Park Theatre Inaugurates tbe season
on Jlonday octilng and tho Bedford Avenue
Theatro will open with a mullneo ou Labor
During tbo Summer months a great many
Impiovvmcnts have been mado ln tbo Colum
bia. Palutcrs aud decorators have been at
work on the Interior of lUo house, a new
smoking-room has been Ottrdupdownbtalrs,
and easy chain have been placed In tho lob
bies. Tho play that will mark tho season's
cpeulng is ono admirably adapted to a bum
mer audience, for "Incog,'1 with Charles Dick
son ln tho leading character, is a comedy that
Is light and full ot laughter and song. J'.r
Dickson will bo seen as Tom etunbope alias
Jack Darling, a part ln which be made a hit
last season. "Tbe Man About Town," a one
act comedy drama, will be given as a curtain
raiser. Tbi Amphlon will present a very pretty
picture thlt evening. Tbe bouse has been
thoroughly cleaned, and upbolsttrcrs hare
been at work in various parts. Charles
Klein's American comedy, By Proxy," has
been seloeted as an opening attraction. The
play will be presented by Chariot Mattbews's
company, which Includes A. S. Llpman, Lionel
Bland, Harry Brown, Harry Carlton, Misses
Leonora Bradley, Kathcrlno l'loreuco, Ltlle
canning and Lttzle Du Hoy. The comedy
will be given a rno stago Betting.
Tho ilrst performance) at the Leo Avenue
Academy under l's new managers, Messrs.
Pearson and Dawson, will bo gHou to-night,
when J. It. Emmet will present tho tila
made famous by bis father, " frit in Ire
land" Mr. Emmet has several new laces ln
bis company. A new song, entitled "An Al-
filne Hover," will bo Introduced. The thcntie
las been novrly carpeted, u new dro.i ourtatn
has bocn hung and the boxes have beau hand
Tho Novelty reopens with "Tho Planter's
Wire." Tho play has lived a long tlmo and
bad wonderlul nopuiarlty. It is a simple
play with sltnplo motives, but of great in
terest. Harry Luc) and Emily lilal will take
the leuding lolts. Mr. Lacy is an actor ot the
romantic type, and Emily Itlgl Is an emo
tional actrc-s of considerable ability.
'1 he mar 1 healrc, redecorated throughout
and supplied vvtth lour pretty new boxes,
will open Its doors this uveulng with "The
Police Patrol " as the attraction. Tho play
will bo interpreted b a good company, and
tho scenery Is a special luaturoof tho pro
duction, one retilng shuns llaymarkct
Hquaro ln Chicago, whero the Anarchists
rioted. I n this act tne tdon tlcul horses which
passed through tho riot will ho shown.
At nil oi meso nuuses uiu samu uurucuuua
will hold the boards next week.
.Managers William K. aud Waller I- Sinn
will usher In tho season at the PaikThcatro
tin Monday evening. " Tho power ut tho
Press " will bo produced by Augustus Pitou's
company. Tho play deals with Uiaraeturs
and scenes familiar to peoiilo living Hi a gnat
city, while tho Mory Is told m uuchuwuy ns
to enlist the iLten-itt of tho audience The
drama win be handsomely set. Nat V. Good
will is tilled to appear the following week In
a new comedy, " A lillded Fool."
Manager Laurent Howard, of tne Bedford
A venuo Theatre, Is ready to open on Labor
Day. This houso has also been brlgbtencd
up. "Good old Times" will bo the opening
At llubcr & Oebbardt's casino on Monday
the progratnmo will include the Davenport
brothers, acrobats : Lay ton sisters ln songs
and dances : Paul btanley, comedian : f-rank
Clavtan, musical artist: Ncllla Franklin,
songstress, and several others.
WENT DOWN ON BOARD A TUG.
The Cornolla Sinks at Her Dool: ln
The tugboat Cornolla belonging to II, It.
Dano, a marine engineer, ot 217 Bast Ono
Hundred and Twenty-second street, was
sunk shortly beforo 2 o'clock this morning at
tbe toot or llalllo street, Brooklyn. William
Fields, tbo engineer, who was asleep In in
cabin, was drowned.
, 'Ihe crew couslstcd of Cant. James V. John
ston, Fireman James Morris, Cook William
Mckcnna. Le.'khand John B. Donov aa and
Cant. Johnston went to his home ln South
Brooklyn ut u u'uiock last night and left tho
crrrr in charge ot tho vessel. Tho men le
, tired about midnight, and about tv.u houis
later they were awakened by the capsltlug or
the boat. The tlrcman, deckhand and cook
1 fucrefdert in escaping Irom their berths in
A puiccuiBU succeeded la securing the
body of Engineer Fields, which was removod
to sn undertaker's establishment.
Iho cause or tbo tug's tl'iklng has not yet
been definitely ascertained.
Iho Cornelia was built In 1R70 and was
recently renttcd. bhe was valued at 3,000
and was insured.
RACE WAR IN A CHURCH.
Italian and English Speaking Catho
lics At Odds.
Knguih-spenking and Italian elements are
, war In the catholic Church ot our Lady ot
Father Aloyslus Mencola Is the priest. His
predeccsBorwas Fathor carmody, who was
compelled to retire on a:couut ot tho hostility
of the Italians.
on Au 17 tho Italians gave an excursion
to celebrate their victory. Father Banks, of
the English lactlun, was pie&cut. bo was
Antonio l'etruzl, a saloon.keeuer, who testi
fied his nvrrslon to Father Banks by pom
melllnir him In the face.
'iho English-speaking faction aro getting
I tip a petition to the Archbishop tu havo
. Fat lit r carmody, who Is now lnltome, ictn
THIS MARRIAGE A FAILURE.
Qeonre and Nolllo McAullfTs and
Their Baby Arrested,
Georgo and Nellie McAulirtc, husband and
wife, and their slx-months-old lnunt, wero
prisoners In tbo Leo Avenue court, Williams
burg, to-day. McAultife was charged with
lurnlshlng no homo tor his wlfo and child,
bhe alleged sho had been obliged to tlejp ln
ballwajs and bcrhusbani had given bor but
to In tour muntlis.
Nclllo was charged by Dotectlvc-Pergt.
John Brady with putting her child's head on
the Gates avenue railroad track to have It
run over by an uppioachlngcar.
Both prisoners pleaded not guilty.
BARON FAVA SAILS.
Report tbat Tie la Relieved as tbo
Baron Fava, Italian Minister to the United
States, itfl for Home this morning on the
North German Lloyd steamship Wcrra. It Is
said that thcro Is to bo a now Minister to
take the place ot Baron K.ua at Washington,
and that tho latur will not i el urn.
To an Evtm.nu Would icporltr Hnron Fava
this morning rcltised to slate whether or not
the story or his aliened iv-'all was true.
'iho Minister went aboard tbe ship last
nliht. Ho It It availing without any at-uudauu.
Mare eftke rinciir,
Bd the Hoataoo mnA Doollut of the Aalatle
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TAMH'S MMGN PUNS.
Oonforenoos at Whioh the Work
Ib Being Laid Out.
Mr. Plntt's Visit to Itepubllcan
Chairman Nelson W. Smith, ot the Tam
many Hell clenorai committee, had a long
interview to-day with Chairman TUrrlty and
Secretary sheenn, ot the National Democratic
Committer, about campaign work. Tarn
manr's committee will attend to the
dljttlbutlcmur campaign documents for the
National committee in lilts city, aud Is other
wise ready snd witling to assist in makings
thorough canvass lor Cleveland and Steven
son. Tbo preliminary steps for an actlvo tight
havo been taken. It tm announced
this Iroiulng that bt'luie leaving ti.c
ltlchnrld springe yesterday Mr. irokcr
dliiuted a call to bo Uiued tor a mcetlug
or tbu Xxctutive Committee ol Thirty tept.
o. At that meeting s plau ot campaign la to
be submitted to tbo t.onernl loinuitllro
aDd Ihrt committee on Organization will bo
asi red upon.
l lid (story that Mr. crokerhad gone away
to confer with senator Hill uiid cbnlrumn
Harrlty was aald to bo without muudatlou.
Mr. Itsrrlty is going to Long Uraucu to eoo
senator Hill It at Albany, and Mr. croker
will rutotln at lilctifleld Hprlngu over Sunday,
anu perhaps will nut be back in the city until
Ex-Senator Thomas C Piatt was seen this
morning by nn Kvxiixu Wouid rcportor In
icgsrd to his call on Chairman carter at
National Itepubllcan beadtiuarters yesterday.
It was Mr. I tail's Drat, appeal anct at Na
" a hore Is nothing Mgnltlcant In my visit to
Mr. Carter,' said Mr. Piatt. "As I have
already said, 1 am loyal to tbe Itepubllcan
Mr. Piatt had nothing moro to add to that
statement, he said.
MISS EMMER TRIES FOR BAIL
She Write Several Friends to Call
at tho Jail.
Annlo Louisa limmer, tho sprightly bru
nette, who Is charged by John 1'. llcllman, of
101) Kveigrccn avenue, Brookln, with hav
ing obtained money Irom him under false
pretenses, looked a trlflo tousled this morning
alter a night ln tho Haymond Strrot Jail,
wbcio sho Is held ln default ot t.,0O ball
pending trial on 'lhutsdny uoxt.
Miss Kuuuer was much dlsplcasod at tho
rtory which sho had heard had gained cur
rency, tbat sho was Identical with "Hand
Homo Lou," tbo stonmsr-runncr,'' who is
known to the Meamsliln people and the police
as one of tho shrewdest eounaencewotuon In
Annie's checkered career has brought hor
Into prominence seteral tliaca Sho Is conn
dent that she will get ball to-day from Saloon
Keeper '1 houipson, or 78U Broadway, Brook
lyn. But sho has alio written Mrs. Wlithoff,
of tit central avenue, and Mrs. Lynock, ot
HIT cook street, to rome to roe nor at the jail
with tb view to asking thim to go onncr
ball In caso Tbompsou should refuse.
SMELLED NEWTOWN CREEK.
Mayor Doody Made a Tour of In
epeotlon on a Tut;.
For the first tlmo rdnco Mayor Boody's ac
cession to oflloe In Brooklyn ho has Just vis
ited Newtown Creek to Investigate the al
leged nuisances there.
Tho Mayor was accompanlid by Corpora
tion counsel Jenks and Health Commissioner
Uiimn, and tbey were mot al tho head of
Grand street by representative taxpayers ot
tho Flftoonth and eevcnlceutn wards, 'iba
fiarly embarked on tho tug Mascot, intend
ng to make a tour atlaloug Newlonu ciem;.
'ihe Mayor said ho bad sean and Mnslltd
enough by tho time tuo party had examined
tho bonu-bollliig factory of II. Kort Meyer
and the garbage works or tho Andrew W loscl
Company on Furman's Island.
Most of the visitors wcro sick by that tlmo
and the party tc-embarked lor (Hand stieot.
Iba Muyor told tbo citizens thai tuo nui
sances were very bad and they bad Just cause
lor complaint, llo urged them tu aid the city
authorities to abate tho nuisances, and prom
ised that immediate steps should be taken
agalnt tho nuisance makers both lu Klugs
aud ujueens counties.
BOYS RING UP FARES.
Tbey Jump on a Street Car and Felt
tbo Conductor with Mud.
Two boys, Elmer Olucn, thirteen, 007
Hicks street, Brooklyn, and PredLlppmau,
ttn years old, ot 87 I.Uquer street, wero
taken to thu Hamilton nvcnuo statlon-bouso
this rooming on a charge of malicious mis
chief. Iru Itoynolds, conductor on a Jay street
car, told the puller that the bojs Jumped on
' his car and, alter ringing up several tares on
the register, threw mud at him and thou
attempted to escape.
He reiusod to make a coniplalnt against
them, and tbey were not held.
LEE WONG DROWNED.
Ha Btspa Off a Plank While Board
lnsr a Vessel
Coroner Lindsay, ot Brooklyn, was notified
this morning ot tbe death of Lea Wong, a
cnlntman, who was drowned ln Newtown
Leo was about sixty years old, and was at
tired ln a dark cutaway coat, with vest and
trousers tolinatch. Early last evening he was
boarding tbe steamboat Glenshlel, at thu
Kings county oil Works dock, neir Mki
Mll Bridge, and fell irom iho gangplank.
In his pockets were a ring, a silver watch and
fj.r.u in monoy.
BURNED BY A CARELESS SERVANT
Turkey Denies that Uoulems Plred
missionary Bartlott's House.
rr AtsociATrn mrM
coNPTAtTiNorLL', Aug. S7. Iho Porto re
cently ordered nn Investigation to bu made
Into the burning or the houso of tho llcv. Mr.
Bartlctt, an Atcorlcan missionary at Hour
dour, In Asia Minor.
A report has been received staling that tbo
destruction was duo to tbe carclcssuoss of an
American servant and not to the fanaticism
The report adds tbat Mr. Dartlett's llfo Is
not endangered ln any way.
Tho Turkish oniciaLs bellevo that the
United Slates will accept this explanation.
Christopher Kaiser Wan Drownnd.
Ihe corpse ot an unknown man, found In
tho water at Hunt's Point several days ago,
was this morninr Identified at tbo Morgue as
that ot Christopher Kaiser, seventy-two
years old, ot ou North 'ienth stroet, Brooklyn.
Brooklyn Houses Robbed.
During tbe night tho apartments of John
Walker, 211)4 Fulton avenue, Brooklyn, were
entered and Jewelry valued at 12.1 stolen.
Bridget Dolau s apaitmcntj, at O.l Sandford
street, weiu robbed ot clothing valued at f.'O. i
"l.ons Ixland Itnllrond." I
AfUrFept. C. uutllOct. 1. Inrlallr-. trsln 10?. I
U'vllijt Brtoklu at i.t& lu) 1 one I.IsbI City al
.'IP. si., nlll rat, cm trt3rt 'id Saturdays oil,
.111 Train 110, Ira, In Hat iiarlnrat 7.30. (Ira, a.
pott at 7. ta !', M., witl ruu vu liusja aud Ugo
laa only- 'a
UotM, street home,
tt Utter to humble,
thtnf no place ut home,"
Provided it has in Woaut's woMAJra
PAGE, ' lch is printed every day.
OUR SOLDIERS RETURN
Four City Regiments Arrive from
They March to Thtlr Armtriot
Amid Great Applause.
Cnpt. Kdvvln Gould and Other dot
a First Taste or SI Hilary Life.
Fo'irmore New York city regiments, tho
Bctenty.iirst, Tvrtnty-seoond, Twelttb and
Ninth, returned from Hurrah) this morning,
andn.atn thomllltlaol the city Is all on hand
ready for a tall at, any lime, 'ihe Tnen'o
seuond reached Iho Grand Central Depot at
0.20 o'clock, tho Twelfth at ti.40 and the
Ninth at 0.00. ihe regiments mado a nne
appearance as tuoy inarched to their armor
ies. The Seventy.flrst llcglmcnt. Col. Francis V.
Greeuo commanding, ruaehtd Jersey city by
tho Lrlo Itallroad at s 40 o'clock this morn
ing, and it started up Broadway from Cham
bars sticot to Its present hondquarters at
Lexington avonue and one Hundred and
The regiment occupied twn sections of a
special train which tctt Huflalo at 6 o'clock
Twclvn ordinary coaches and two baggage
cars were used ln transporting tbe Seventy
urn to this city. All of the officers returned
aith It, excepting LleuU-Uol. Dennlton, who
obtained a turlough on Thursday.
'iho bevonty.nrst was stationed at East
Buffalo to protect the Erie height and stock
yards and tho Lake Shore stock yard.
Among tho officers or tbo Boieuty-flrtt who
returned this morning wts Capt- Edwin
Gould, Jay Uculd'a kccnud ion, who It In
spector of wno Pnctlce. "It was a capital
roughing experience." ho said, "and not so
very unagreeable, although it was muoh
harder than the week wu tpcut tu camp at
Wheu the serenty-flrs. Ileglment reached
tho ormury thn nieu found an appcttzlug col
lation, spread by Mazzcltlat thu initauce ot
COL F. i'. bheptrd.
it was io,ift o'clock when t-am No, ill, ln
two sections of light car each, brought the
Twent. second Heglmeul lalo the Grand Cen
tral station. 'I hey wero a wenry nnd dirts
looking lot of men bs they formed ln line
along tho platform at the east aids ut Park
After they had token their places In line
Company II started In to slug the song,
"We're Going liomu To-daj." Attor that i hey
saug "Wo'io Golug Home, No Mute lo'lloam. '
Card. a. it, Do rrete, ot tho Veteran club ot
tho Twenty-second; Cant, rrcrniao, Lteuu
Aseotljtli, ciuartcrmaator Miller. Lieut. Luther
and about a drzou other members of tho
Veteran corps Wero Ihero to moot the men
with an luimenso number ol relatives and
Ihe Twenty-econd, headed by tho dnnn
and buglutoriw, tuaiLueil luto l'orty-sciotid
strcot, tolholldiileviirilaiirt la the atmory,
whom a lunch had lieeu protldcd.
Under llio Inspiration of the npplauseof
tbe spectators thu men marched aa steadily
as they etor did at a di est pal ailu.
The lwilfth Hrglmont left Niagara Falls nt
t).;,0 o'clock lost night and rrncbuu tho Grand
central Daunt about 1 nVlock. Tbe Ninth
left at midnight and arrived about 2.30
o'clock tbla alterncou.
T11K HITUATION AT BUFFALO.
Hippies or Trouble Alan thn Itoaitt
r.ollosr tho Troop Wltlidriivral.
I jit ArsnciATED rsrss.1
Bitpalo, Aug. 27,-somo or tho switchmen
who know tboy can't get tbelr old places back
arc talking strike. Thoso who aro likely to
be put to work In their old places look on tbe
strlko as a thing ot tho pant.
About thlr'y-t'.vo ot tho old employees of
the Lehigh Valley have ujiplicd for reinstate
ment, and simc havo been put to woik.
j 'Iho w 11 birawnl or tho troops has resulted,
as was 10 be expected, in Increasing the dim
cultles of operating the roitls. Non-union
men have, feuied violence and ln somo catua
have quit work.
The police report a generally quiet night In
tho railroad district, though there was some
throwing or stones at Lake bhnrc trains near
Uabcock street. .
Yonkora Guardsmen dot Rome.
iirrrtAt. to mi: rrrKinn woblo.i
Yonisrs, Aug. S7 The Fourth Separate
Company, N. a,, B. N. Y., which wa called
out to do duty a' th teceht Hots ln Buffalo,
arrived homo nt 1. 10 this morning. There
was n large emwd nt the depot to receive tho
soldiers, and a fine collation w as furnlshtd by
iho ladles ot Yonkers.
A Brave Patrolman Commended,
Acting Btipt, Mackellnr, of ino Brooklyn
police, i his morning issued a general order
commending tho conduct ot Pntiolman
Philip ltogors. of thn patrol boat, who at tho
Hsk of his life, rescued John colllua Irom
S300 BAIL FOR EACH.
Roborts and McCallum Will Be Re
loaood on These Terms,
Argument on a writ of habeas corpus. In the
cate Ut Win. II. Itoborts nnd Nell McCallum,
who aro under an est and charged with run
nine; a bogus banking business at 10 Wall
htiect, known as tho l-lnanc Trailing com
paoy, was heard br Judge O'Hrlen In tho su.
. preiuo Com t. Chambers, to-day.
I 'Iho result was n agreoment between tho
prisoners' co lasel and the, Dljtrlef.Ailoriiey
thntt'ioj bull shall be glvcu for each ot iho
O Ol ,
LOTTIE COLLINS ON THE WAY.
Tho London Sin go r Enlln for Now
Yorlc on the Norniannla.!
fry Assocmrfi raxss.1
I.ojpnn, Aug. S7. Lottie Collins, the well
known English music ball slngir, Halls to-day
from Southampton tor New Yoik on tho Ham-burg-Aincrlcan
line steamer Normunnla.
FAIR WEATHER FOR SUNDAY.
Dunn's Prediction that Rain Will
Local Forecast Onlcltl Dunn said this morn-
! lng that the weather tor the remainder of tbo
day would be clearing. Fair weather can lo
'Ino humidity this morning registered hi
per cent., and has tallen u trltle Mmo with uu
ciht-mlle wind. I
Fractured a Cnllar-Bone.
Kiev en-year-old lhomia Canaran, ofTOt)
Butler street Brooklyn, loll from a shed ln tho
rear ot his borne and fracturod hit toiler-bone.
Flve-Yenr-Ola Thrown from a Car.
Thomas llanrahan, flvo yean old, of03
Douglass street, Urooklyn, wts thrown off a
i Hutlir street ear last nuiiu His leg was
Fell from nn Elrtvnttjrt Station. I
Joseph Hurley, living nt BVi Hamilton
avenue, Brooklju.fcll Horn Ihe Klrg. County
Lletatcd ISullrcod htntlon ut llocknway ave
nue eai ly I hit morning aud sustalued a severo
Death from Pnrls Qreen.
Joseph Franklin, ot 081 Butnwlck avenue,
Brooklyn, died In St- Catherine's Hospital at
1 o'clock this morning irom dose ut Pari
green, which ho took on Wednesday.
THIflTMIINE M HESGUED.
Noarly Euffooated in tho Park
slip Pit, in Wales.
Twelve Oodles Recovered arid Over
On Hundred Ulstlne.
1st AMocitrsD rant. 1
LoxpoM, Aug. UT.-All night long the volun
teer resetting parlies kept up tn their work at
tbe Parktllp pit, the scene ot the explosion at
Bridgend, Wulcs, yesterday. At 0 o'clock
this morning tbey had penetrated UOO yards
Into tbe main shall.
While band were working tbelr way
further Into tho pit sound was liwdlbat
caused them lo sudusnly auspebd optratlous.
Tho noise was n pealed. It could not be
mistaken. With a Iicaity cheer they again
bent to their task wllti renewed energy.
Creeping and aomt timet lying flat on their
stomachs they advanced, wh)lo those behind
kept tho tunnel clear. At last tho eeparatlng'
bank ot rock and eaith tell Inward, and tho
retcuers entered an open spacr, tu whteli
were huddled together nineteen, ct the miners
who had Leon Imprisoned tlnca lestcrday
Most ot tbo Imprisoned men had bocn bidly
Injured and burned to seriously thai special
arrangements will havo to be made to get
them from the pit.
The anxiety among tho throng about the
pit mouth Is pitiful to wltntsa. Aa soon as tt
It pouibls tbo oniilila will learn tbo naum
of tbe resoutd men, and thus rrlttv tbe
strain which their nUtlvei are undergoing.
1 bo alter damp Is to bad tbat tbe work of
rescue Is ottor. retarded, the volunteers being
driven out ol the excavations until the air
'ten bodies were recovered ot men who did
cot have a second's warning ot the late hang
ing over them. Two other bodies were so
terribly mutilated ibat Idcntlilcatlon Is
Ihe Lord Mayor ot London will open a
relict tund tor tho distressed families.
Later l.ao r. it. Tblrty-nino of tho Ira
prltoned miners have been brought to tbe pit
head. When they weio reoognlsod they were
frantically embraced and klstud again and
LONDON'S POISONING CASE
Nelll Committed for Trial for Murdor
Iinr ASiocUTr.il rnesa.1
Losnot, Aug. ST. Thomas Nelll, Indicted
for tbe murder ot .Matilda Clover, was again
arraigned berors sir John Bridge in tho Bow
Btrtet Police Court to-day,
J. W. Mcculloch, or Ottawa, Ont., testified
that be bad made the acquaintance ot tbo
prisoner at Illabcnord's Hotel lb (Juebcc, and
' Nelll showed him a bottle, using that It con
tnlncd poison. He Hid ho bad given poison
In capsules tu women.
I In tho couise ot their conversation Nelll
produced a tnlec beard, which bo said he wuro
lu order to prevent bis identification.
Fir John Bridge unremitted Nelll for trial
tor muider and blackmtlL
LABOUCHERE TO GLADSTONE.
A Loiter of Compliment and Advice
for tba Orand Old Man,
IBV AtsnCIATED TRESS.!
Londoh, Aug. 87. Henry Labouchere bS3
written a letter to Mr. Gladstone, compll
meeting him upon hit chivalry in accepting
tbe solo responsibility tor the arrangcmr.nt.ot
In this letter Mr. Labouchere declai cs bis
unswerving loj ally to Mr. Gladstone, but ad
vises Lin-, net tu permit the pressure of the
Heme Itulcrs to swamp Itadleal onasurcs.
HAS STOLENJUS MILLION.
An Ex-Captain or British Fusllloer
as a Handy Forirer.
liT AianciATKn rataa.1
Londok. Aug. S-.-Scott Sanders, an cx
captalu ot Fusiliers, has been arretted at
Liverpool nn tbn charge r,f forging a cbeck
for 3,700 ln the name ot Lord Loodesbor
ougb. 11 Is stated tbat flnndrr's stealings amount
to 300,000 ( l.ooo.ono). lie bad booked
passages tor hlmiell aud a woman tu tho
Prince Ferdinand Opens the Expo
sition at Pblllppopolls.
IrT sortTXi rnnn.1
ForiA, Aug, ST.-Prince Ferdinand opened
the International Exhibition at PhillppopolLs
to-day In Iho presonco of 10,000 visitors.
Ihe town Is picturesquely decorated.
MUSIC IN BROOKLYN PARKS.
Conterno Will Flay tn Prospect Pari:
and Deveroll ln Washing-ton.
At Prospect Park this afternoon at 4
o'clock Conterno ft son's band will play the
following selections i I
"Tlia nt.r-HiJanalad tlannari" overture. "I '
"Ira-e." AuUr, Laflad.1' A Metbtr'e ltf,"l.
f. Oantenioi all.. " Th tlrciiadlari." Wald
Unlal; patrol, "t'olajqua," Hlri4,a;i ff.nd ,,eo
IIjii. ILs (laniaol Irtlaal," tiodrr : oitrtuts,
"itaa.'MI. 1'. Lonlrraai caprlca. " Iba llaikf'a
Iiraarn," l popular aalattlnn, ' Uallly aud
tha SOU," llrafcam, aflup, ' Kallula," Uo.alercn.
Msrh, "Carrulna lalaoala," airautad by Con
At Wsthlrgton Ptrk, aieo at 4 o'clock,
Do trill's Band will play nsflluws:
Introluollon, ' SUrH-,inlad ttSBnar," Karat
aranu uartn, " Wa.i.lu.iiin," Ktmliaasilli onr
tir. "Kiaoj," ItntnuvoB. cnn.rl Kaltira,
(l.-.n ll, arand lalartlon ,"Wrrir 1'aac Jubl
lev, Arr. Itra!l, aalroliin. "llvar TTJlutats"
la. plard al Kt I'atar'a, lioina), Vlrfanli ,.o.
lion, "aoutau of iba tHt&rd,"lr rtrntr ,ulll.
ran, ralop, ' Adtlinra," Da tarall, liutiili g ..i.u.
tilaaerlvtlit). Uvcatn.a, aolfilloo, 'flaaui.t
Meniorli." llaibltka, Onala, ' II all Colombia "
Tc-morrow nl'.ernoon, nt Prospect park,
the concert will be by (ouiemo'a baud, 'iho
lolluwliig tolectlont will Lo given!
Introduction, "Mr Coontry, 'Tla M Tlira."
o.frliira. "II Couto d'K.aet," Marudanta,
prater. " Lnrllna," Wallacai ato Mail., "lu
btrted M""". "'Mr 'iitl'r.rt II. U Uonurno,
tllorla, "laltth Ma.a."MoarlirsiidalfllLD.
nnd Bauer." Nniipoi romtnrj, Alia rltnlla Co ,fi.
dento." Housudl, romantic lanlaala. Ilia Vlatona
(f a I'oot."!,. K. Contarnot niarrh, from "l.o,
Mora Hjtnpbunr, " Itaft , Gvlolour, " (lid liuudrcil. "
Foil from a PcnfTold.
George Valentloe, of 47 MoDougall street,
Hrooklt n, while at work on a scttruld on a
new building at Broadway end Sumner tvr
nue, Hrc'Oklin, It'll tn the ground und sus
tained Internal injuries.
Held for the Orand Jury for Robbery.
Alfred Hrltton, who was arrested several
dais ago tor robbing A. A. Webster d: Co., the '
Brooklyn Jerrell-rs, of two dozen silver spoons,
was this morning held for tho Urand Juij.
Buffalo Fireman Return Home.
Tho members or Buffalo Exempt Firemen's
Aisvlatloii, who have been visiting tbo
olunteer Plren.on's Association or IlroWl:i.
left lor homo this morulmr. Tbe were es
corted lu thu tiro by ipe I'rooklinorgnulia
Robbed Durlnr Their Vocation.
nriUALTO tin rvLkiva woscri.l
Nr.WARk, AugS7. S. ltoswell Ward's houss
on Avon svenus was to-day discovered to
have been burglarUcd and robbed ol 4,800
worth ot silverware and other valuables.
The lamily were away at the beach, and It It
not known when, the theft was cuoitnllted.
C ", ir , ,,',-J
Speculation Tamo on a Muoh
Operator's Summer Abienoe Causes
Geneml Kit of On -Hair to the
Tliree-Qiitirlrra All Alone;
ll.e It tir.
Wall strut. Saturday ,Aug. 87. specula
tion was tamu lo-day,tht sales uu;to the lime
tho L'xcbango cltsed having reaibed only
07,000 shares. Thedulnesi was nut unex
pected, uiany operators having lell tbe city
yesterday for their country homos.
Tho tone ot the market was firmer and
prices Improved )d to J, per cent. Hugar was
erratic rising H, to ily; doollalng tolivi,
selling up to nil', and closing at 11 nii
Alluutaptllj; si, Luult prelerred broke 4tl,
tu uu, aud rallied lo 4UM- lllcbmond it West
Point 1 ermlual preftri'ed Irokc 3L, per cent.
General Freight Acent William M. Jasce, of
tbe Pcuns) ivaLia Titiirjad cimpsby, say
that LU company w 111 not ooneurwltu luu
other toads In lUo auva.icement on Bert- 10
of tolls un antnraclto c lal, ou tha ground that
tbe rdtusUtiii dues m.t i ouulre It.
The July report it tbe New Jersey Central
road thaws net earnings ot 000.U7S, a de
arvato of t)tiu,7Ui, and lor the sevun moniut,
t)U.;i:io,v:ii, an lni:ov ut t.ij,405.
The bank ataiement showed a loss in re
sot v vt u,4Ul,ooo, whlaU reduces the
amount held in exev f ligalnuuliements
tT tl.ss7,H7r. I oans e -anded el.HSO.000,
llablliiloa decreased T,3lia,sno, legal lender
IntreaBcd 11,000 abd tpocie derreascd (4,-a-.'.vooo.
ihe following aro tLe eeurarmyo figures:
L04nt.gl8lr1f5f.oOn fnf.SJ'T.Vtio D'o.sn,j"oTei0
Clrau'a K, too, sou 6,jot,oaa pec lia,e
AraertetB Soear lUf..., '.?' l' lira" it ill fi55i
Aaaar. tacar Hal. rtl.. lUlM leik loaJ 04
8tti-.taa-vi.Br.-::: Kg m s? SiH
aiW-tf.iKS-::: M JRh M iSfM
t'Licaaoa noriawaat... llioj 111 Hit in
Villi.. Mil. AbC Paiil.. BJ14 BiU nAt i.H
Clilc.ltockla. AFao... X-.'ta ttiii S'iVi HIM
br.v-turb.'i'vrJ:: m iv m fi
coi.iltMt. Vail.r.... atv sill till uu
I i.u. A ltio Urauda plit i.M ivH 4tM 1H
Dio. ACattlairood 4S)s 4!) nC litt
l.dl.oo jvacino 111 Co. 1UJ 1UJ 111 J 1U3
Uraao Otr WlBooa... IsH 1'iH I'M I-H
ii,v.-tpS.v.-j:::: 'IV l$ W '151
txWSSr-:::::: sB- K .VL dl
Loui.riiia a flaantiila., tlM 0. H H'
Maaliattan Uoatil lJS l) 13 136
.nuaiuu UaoaB u. 0 1.1 0
Hoani'enlrAT...: UH Uki lofi UH
Mian. A) St. laola. ...... 10 10. lM. li,M
Mlaa.I Nt. ljiula pi... 4J J' it 9
RittaunPaalB VIM l'4 S flM
u., K.n..,i lata.... lJU 11 K UH Hit
at.Cere.Ue ISuS IstiH liofl liuU
hau cord. co. pro. lJlls 131M HI iiiH
hitUiJUo.,;. th 4S 4 UH
rJ.'i-Jtr.Vi?.n1ra.i-::-.: M 1?K itt A"
S:.:.:!1,?.:: 5?B m H ifg
:-.: GS:X-W,-r. l?a ff f if
Mortbarufaoitioonf.M SoN U iiM M
NoruAmarwau, I-h, I.M fi? UK
Or. Halt A Hat.' TrU 1 iJJ 17S4 77a
RtffAaaia::: tin B "h sk
fcnv.Vv.1:?: ,;::::: ,V nt ,! ,!
t. Paal A Oaisht.. ..I. SSM SIM 8 UK
l.a.Soathwoalaru..... .Sf.'I ,VH .VI .VM
M. u .oull.olorB pf. 1H IMS M UK
fcllrar Cartlllcatoa o.M QH -! R-H
booto.rn 1'aoln ttli "W SW 4
. loi Ann AtporAjK.M. IS IS 'J 8 IS
'im. A n. Ian 47 47 47 47
llBICa PaalBo 81 Sklf H SUM
Ulloiii'aoltl'.l..n1a.J. IB lu II 111
Wa.larn Union Talr.... V'H tml SIM H
Wticeliiu tut, Kria. USM VSM Uti 'Jit,
Waaiho.ALAkallpl. 70 70JJ 10 ItlH
Tht following tre tho closing quotatlohs of
mining stocks at the Consolidated Exchange
rid. aiIha nid. Ati.
Am.rlcan Ifoneattte It 00 16. uo
. l. 01 .OS Horn en.. 3. to
Slleo SO .Sl!irotiRllrar. ,f.O
Adaruaf-ua - l.OOlfoa lllll., ,1U .SI
h. Oo.,.,. 1.00 - I'am ?0
Hallo lalo . ,Ui ,!u'Lai'roa... .01 ,0S
. Ilalchor .. 1.26 l.rad. Con, .14 .1?
Bl A n.itllaCnlat .It .11
B.lcrier.. 1.15 Matlcaii... l.un
U-IU .85 M01.IIOH, .. .15
lulifar.... ,SS Mono HI
larcalvBi. .US -Karalq..., ,u .It
Irtoce ... .V5 S'ltli Uellt
Hruaa cob. 1s .in laie ... ,0) .90
Iclmonl. . ,111 .37 North Mat f.SO
lalaoonla Onlatlo ,. 30 00 (I.JU
I ll.U 0 l.OIIOplnr..... a.tw -
1 Chotlar .. .41 .Oriental a
Cro.u F't. ,it -j Mlllrr... - .01
con. Imp.. .ltTltraoulh , .79
I'rrxoilif. ,10 .tUii'hoanjtifd ,10
Caatla Yk .Oj'rhoanla A. .11 .CO
I ol Can. , .CO -illntlB.oa
Cin Cat. I Cou . ., .SS .60
A Vt. .. 1 10 -Strata .... M -
Cornitock 'nlarra Nav, 1.10
Sto-k . 11 .IS hniiar'l . 1.43
Honda ... IB 00 irlormoniit. ,01
hcrlp. .10.110 HantlaEo... .to
runln ,. .10 Nan Sabaa-
Daadwoui lfa ,...., .10
Trrra 9 tt 1 iO Slltarl.iord .Su
Fv-rrakaL'n 1.(0 iniallli'p'a .OU
I'l.llriatn,, ,:l -"IIVlo.Co
! ratliar D. I ol I. .. .30
Mnat 2S 'Mi rhoua.. .US
(ionldA llo(a .60
Curry.... ,75 IniniCoo. 1 00
llalaA.Snr- Ward Con. .10 ,V5
cm 1. OO il,,)acsai .41)
w stead of sick
,. hoaltliy and
v vlnornus, In-
I stead of vtnrn-
I a. cut nnil weak;
1 1,.r'C'l7 0Ti
- , I clear f kin, rosy
IK-7ISI ma Ha I c h 0 0 !: yon
lft'wKtl, a" wouId't think
tEZiiamihimmmimmM " us 'n0 same
mmmmm"mmm vt o 1:1 r. 11 , und
It o nil due tn the use of a few liottle of
Dr. Pierce's Tavorlto rtT;riptton.
What tills tnUilno hudono for thou
earula of dolirato vromen, it will do for
you. If you're overworked ami deblli
tntral, it trill liutl.l you tip if you're
liorno down with the chronlo nche, pains,
nn I wrsdiKi'ises (xrcullnr to your box, It
rrliovcs and LtirtA It invisorate the
syrfr.n, puii(U tho bloovl, Improves dl
Gitiou, i.::il ro-toieo flcs'j nul stn-ngtb.
Tor alt tho pcinful irrojularltlcj and
dltcaecscf w omen pcritxlicrtl pains, rro
lap.',.!3 a:.d Oibir dlspluoomonts, bearlns;.
down iciisntiorja, aid weaknesses, lfa the
only remedy w cffoctlvo that 1' r-in be
p-uaranreril. If It doesnl bensflt cr
cure, you liuvo your money baclr,
, II You Want to Taste TeilfTPcrfcctoa"
I ,. 'fltV llttll II" TPA-.
If you u.-Carton la., wa Lava tla LoaatlBtbtt
cllj, al 41. HI par Ib. 'fry II.
II rim u.a t'ottea. lr) our "13" bland, 10 match
rur'll Mas. It la ilia boat baud lor t prlaa
Ititto ftf.l ANA A- KKtIP.
41 ami S V.af t Naw York City.
lliin'l tic i lihnm a bottle ol
fTnkenlBternBlly.il aela like a rhtura
or I liolrrn, llmrrliira. Iiia.ui.rv, Colle,
'ruanpa, .v.uiea, rik JleaalacBe, sVe.
dlrertloao lor use.) IttaoelklaaaB.)
oiratlaa: aaalliieo ere felt renaeelarely,
ua mi 11 ihiuii I
. ' J ft'M
Tho Health Board Apparent Hm(IM
Muoh to Inveetigate. nil
Impoislble to Ke Traek ft V H
Bala or Un, U U AM. , S
wholesale dlsregtrasmongrsgdtwer or !; 'a'jM
conditions ot the permits tor the traaal 3M
moot of rags issued by the Brooklyt) khUa ' H
authorities was current to-day. ..'mJB'
It Is well know that tkere r aMr,u H
It not tkousaad T, Of kale (4 Tt twW
Stored In Brooklyn, aotWllkitandlngtMnte 1H
that no storage permits have been bMd f ' eWU
the iletlth commissioner since reBraalT-' 1 ffijH
so certain Is It that denim U rft SAV Br 4fifH
tbey are allowed to earry 00 baeiwt. tsVH r RfM
was ?nld I til. mornlns tbat a rtgtd UTlf '
tlon Kiiuld te made. ' 'aSH
Dr. D' Homers ue, lieftd ot the lmUMfM Asm
iaid to-day tuat owing to n UntejiUraf .
Of shipment ol rags Waived every Mijta jM
Ills InipoautlW to keep trMK M vtvyjiH flm
All the rsgs are upposod to be sold bjrer aHP
arrival, and to betaken outside tneKUhM 19
count. r lines without belsg UttM. j 'iM
sometimes, the doctor said, 1 he agenuwera .JIM
unable tu tlUpcse of tbe whole pobsuhsm ,
re.oreh.nd, saa thirty or rotty k4diW
be leit uver from a sblument. 1 vv.M
it was fair to suppose, tt added, that many j9
of these bales Had their way Into storage) JjM
bouses In solto 01 the vigilance ot the ofneer. "3sm
It Is 1 xpMtsd thst Kteport Will M taaa t) -Qa
Health Commissioner urimu before nlgtr H
opeuiug the true ttate of affairs, 1 J9
SMALL FIRE IN CLIFF STREET. jM
On of tbe) Water Tower Crew Bar' TM
on tba Way to It. fim
Afire broke out t 1.80 o'eloost Ut , mM
lng on tho fourth floor ot the Ov-itory brtele ufM
building 74 to 78 Cliff street and 4U SI. :1fm
Ferry street. . . , -jM
Tbe names were conflned to tttu put ot $M
the struoturo occupied by chart H, Seklsrar tfl
t co., mauulocturersot leather beltlsgi Tko' 'Vsg
total lose en tock Is S'ooo U !.' .
log the same. ' " iV 1 3
Whilo responding to tbe alarm. Trans:' f',
Itcllly, ono ot tho crow of Water Tower No. 1. 1 ft
tell irom tho machine and Injured nlarlghr;
Four work horses were tutfoeated hy a flrtvj &
which bmke out at &1S a. k. tc-day ln tni 1
ttaulo suo Itlviiiston street. They werej , -i
owned hy I- tl. Proton, John Deckor, nenryj!--an.
Loeb and John Oadsn, cartmen. Tbe losat "t
a. i- its
AUGUSTA, GA., HAS A MUU,
$400,000 DlfflSfl- A irWMtr y'.l
fJoea to Presa Amid "lata, f:
Hit AitoclAnn bsm. ' S
Adocta. os., Aug. 7.-Fir IM mow; ' 7
destroyed ths Alexander Brut taa y
seed Company Building, FJaAntnf V .?.,'
Bowles's furniture warehouse, & XL, J
Smyth' crockery store, Harry Hair Vtfcet.1 T3,
graph gallery, Joseph It, Lamar's Uwalee,1 f'
Thomas & Barton's wholesale muste aaefiew-. Ji
ing-tnachtiies, th residence ol Lercur MaUasM r
aud thn cnroiifcta ofSoe. Los stlitt ' fc
400,000. i 4K
was worked off whUe th WUUIMf WM Ua t-i
flames, I 31'
BROOKLYN AHUSEKEHTt, j M
NOVfeLTf THRATTtK. J. K. Hokblat. staaV -tr9
, 1 pi.v vvt-tmmmmeamr rJM
shipping x&w. fm
ALUA3A0 FOB TO-PAT, ' j wj
Saa rlns.,1.11 1 lie tM ...! lMoHo.r-raa
aiaa watbb to-pai. j
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LOW WATS TO-DAY, 'j(i
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llollbat...... r,,,,Vi. iLJl!I .
lorh.st. UaMrn .l.nd.rd tlaio toewTi .
main time aabtr.ct font mlsatae. r Sy
POUT or NEW YOHK. i
Rtatrasr l.s 'loaraln., .CaM. .ianiL fe rf
Harra A. UO, wtlh asarah.B4Tl.e, Sl aakla ka ,
,i airaiaca pa..u(.r. te A. lera.t, sfdre a , ,-if
An. 14. via Havro lYTflth morah.adBW.tl tafB j .-J
.Ld 511 etearar poaaaofan toB. J.Certu, aritTM , $.
'XllK.'l.tilrWtart-. C,t. I.M. free, fl
Savannah Ana. 84, with at.roktBtlUt aaiiltS) " ft
rort to B. u wslku. '
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lavel, tuaman le,Nai f$
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FOUEIGN PORTtk ''''?
1ST rABUS.1 -fjk
Lnxrox, Ao. 3T.-Tha Whlt.SUr "rillitasB. ViJjTnl
rtorlo aalud from Lirarpoollar Moar Totkatll rWtoB
. u. Aug. ila. (S
Weather hrMtn, jJH
ror tl Attirs (iidma al $ t Jst aMajtp QrrS
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h f .(allaiter- loiniieralitref mfUH mWmt H
tajlrrly totntl. 'I "" 'I jJH
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the temperature dartag th ergateii i lH
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