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BffjJJSS ' THE WOlatLP; SATURDAY VENINq.. AUGUST, 27, 1892. - f ' J
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BL v SATURDAY EVENING, AUG. 27.
af lCi8CIlPT10H8TO THE EVENING WORLD
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y WORLD UPTOWN OimoK-lltT BaoDWAT,
',p bsrfnweBlIrt sod adiU..n.w York
$4 " 'WORLD HARLEM oniOE-lHia BT. Ann
MtOOKLYlt-SOt WAnnroTO BT.
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SoVTaTHHT. WASIMiOTOK-siO Urn St.
its, y "LOHDOH OFFIOK 81 Cocairca St.. TbaviL-
& , , ABtWAaa.
R& . Midsummer Growth.
jjpr .tf Comparison of the Num
Kg '" ir "Worlds" Printed
K f TOTAL NUMBER OF
Hp . MONTH. "WORLDS" MINTED.
KV July, 1884 2,314,113
Rf d; July, 1886 5,870,328
R&;juiy, 1888 8,427.731
MS&i ,'July 1890 9,350200
mm'jMiy, is9a. 11,779,529
K& f AVMAOI NUMBF. OF
H? l "WORLDS" HUNTED
K MONTR. RACK DAT.
w July, 1884 74,648
EgffVuly, 1886 189,365
Kg; July. 1888 a 17,86
HjiJuly, 1890 301,619
R. July, 1892 379,984
Kf "), 4 tMB WOULD tefrt not, under any circum
MwUi'i MM B0, MMlrwonsfNiibr ln return
HjS V jf r pietures, otenouoeter efuiracfer or eatus.
Her XdMMP'ton lefff M made lotiff rule toflA
H ford to Uhtr letter or inelonurts. Xor
Bfc t wiil UU editor enter into rorreepondence ootv
KftVi carYiing unavatlabt manutcrtiits.
Kfv ' Brontnr World Prints luo
R"j, etotod PrM New.
3 ' 'UV 18 rOK EHFL0TEB8. TOO.
6'' Tlolenoe hM oMaed at Bnfflo. Ttt
Ktj'' ,jMd otder hT9 praTftiled in so fr m they
Hf f pKet 'the peac of the commnnlty and
Bk;'1 Vh ptotaotion of property. Tliare ii
ffif ' opportunity now to oomlder another
Bvr l phaao of tha general trouble whioh liai
KYfi baN pracantod throucb tontlmony before
Ki tha Stale Board of Arbitration.
BK?-.i- ' It la charged by men who were engaged
Hj&tf in the atrlke, bnt who denonncn the riot
B, , 1 ing, that the Ten-Hour law as appltod to
Bi the oondnot of iteam railwayi, waa vio.
Hp lated by oorporationa agninit which the
BV' atrlJca was directed. Ihia ia a matter
Bfc'fi whieh interests the public eou more
.1 Titally than it does the railway laborers.
Hfe; ' To work employees on the roads for nnch
i '' oontinnona length of time that they fall
HgLv physically under the strain is to menace
MpL the lives of psssengers. llany times be.
Wtft '0I now "noh overwork and such failing
L: haye led directly to fatal accidents on the
UP( The charge made at Buffalo against the
K?i railway companies muit be fully lnTesti-
Hr& KAled. If it is true, the stops prescribed
Ep by law, against the corporations, must be
P?t , promptly taken. In no respect are em-
Uk" ployers any less bound by the statutes than
Ki, e their employees.
p' tOOX DAILY TO THE FBUIT 8TAHDS.
K4 tinder tlie personal direction of Dr.
Hfiv Bubi, of the food inspection depart-
K tnent, a raid waa made yesterday on many
K' fruit stands in the east side districts snd
Bg' a Urge quantity of decayed and unripe
K' ( fruit was seized. Undoubtedly the
Ww raid achieved a good result for tho
Bw time. There is the possibility of
& , dire mischief in every unfit or
B& ''inripe pear, poach or apple sold at any
Ky.t stand or store. To prevent tho ssle of such
BV wares is a dnty of tho health officers at
Wt;U any time, and is just now in line with the
K.'ji atrlct precautionary lueamircs being taken
Ki acainst a cholora visitation.
k But, to bo thoroughly cffectiTC, such
Wn, inspection as was made yostorday bhould
k: be made daily. Visits once a week eeu
j vould not be enough to insure perfect
ft, results. There should be no opportunity
HV. for dealers to dispose " botwoen times"
Xil of their unhealthy Mock.
P 0HI5AMEN BEFORE THE OAMEBA.
B If the law requiriuc tno photograplung
B' ' Chinamen wub passed because Cmun.
j) man look so much uliko that it is next to
p impossible to tell them apart, then there
Ktf. n be uohopo that the measure will add
P, anythins to tlio art resources of
K; this country. Wore it not that tho
ffc Government wonts a souvenir of every
B&' lnt-oyed son of Covrncius within its bor-
L. ders in tho shape of n cabinet photo of
B him. one liowery achievement in the
JFf photographio line would suffice for all.
WA It could I o iass;d Irom baud to baud
pt. un"l the final Chinaman was reached,
K! r,bctt lt m'abt bB flled Bway ,or 'Dture n
jV Jo e there i as auy further photographic
vrorrimtut of the heatni.11.
BMi As it is, thero caunot bo much variety
Ktf to tha Mongolian roguej' gallery whith
M'"C: to hato in Washington. 1 he auto.
graphswill differ, but the same bland smila
KHA od oviform innocence will characterise.
J t ch picture, and you might as well try to
V. 'w '
ftfldiridaaUaaUialr pigtails orparaaarad
allp Mtttano in laundry literature a to
1 aay of your own knowledge and belief
from their counterfeit presentment which
is Hoch Sing and whioh is Won Lung.
And what difference does It make to any
K'LEOD ON THE bEADIHO 8ITOATI0K.
" This cannot have tba effeot of chang
'ng or disarranging our trafllo arrange
ments in any wry. These arrangements
are so obviously advantageous to both
parties that neither could afford to Inter
rupt or ohango them. The Phila
delphia and Jteading Coal and Iron Com
pany will continue in the future Its busi
ness of putting its coal on the nmrkots at
as fair prices ns it Is able to secure."
This Is part of tha comment of Presi
dent MoLeud on Chancellor McOim.'s
decision against tha Heading combine, tt
will be noticed that there is a lack of ref
erence to auy arrangementa ' ' obviously
advantageous " to tho public or to prices
for coal an fair as the people can secure.
But these things will coma.
TIm point has been teaohod whore, to
tho outside public such recurring stories
as that of tho burled miners in Walos lose
thoir immediate suggestion of hor
ror. But to the wives and ihlldren and
friends who are bereft every time one of
these underground tragodies occurs thore
is just as fresh and poignant and awful a
grief as if tho saiuo thing had not so
many times fallen to tho lot of others.
It is unfortunate that there should be
that story of blackmail on tho police bot
l'atrol to recall in connection with Capt.
Caspkntxb's application for retirement
The Captain is among the most genial of
men and has done more than twenty
years of good service on tha force.
Even poor Yorick'a skull never did
sue a ghastly service as tha craniums of
tho murdered Bomien will have per
formed it they aid In establishing the
Fall Hirer police theory of a daughter's
Chicago's beer war is ended and prioes
will go up to the old figure. But in a
city where tho drinking water needs dilut
ing bofore taking, tha malt product will
doubtless remain still the cheapest bever
Nearly a generation baa passed away
since President Johnson started out on
tha famous tour which was immortalized
under tha title of ' Swingin' Bound tha
Tha health officers inspecting tha pear
and apple stands for decayed stook are
literally carrying out the old adagei ' ' By
their fruits ye shall know them."
Fmtjiiiick OATXonn will not snecead
In convincing anybody that bis jump
from High Bridge was meant for a leap
Into fatno rather than iuiu eternity.
Revolt Is unseemly in the Salvation
Army. The warriors should remember
that old church hymn: " Wa aro not
divided, all ono army we. "
Tha Injunction against tha Heading
Combine does not seem to have any effeot
in preventing the Combine from putting
up tha price of coal.
The Annexed District people still have
the courts, though the Mayor and Alder
men have failed them. Fight the trolley
That cleanliness which is next to podll.
noss will stand even nearer the top of the
list among preventives of a cholera
The Wllkesbarre married man who has
eloped with a milliner doubtless. got his
inspiration from a bill for his wife's new
London appears to have extended an
invitation to tha eholera to pay a visit
and these invitations ore always accepted.
Chicago takes to a new steam motor for
its North Side surface railway rather than
introduoa tho trolley to its streets.
Nobody wants the cholera; yet tho
health officials will be on the keen jump
to locato it, if it comes.
Fatal yachting accidents are making a
fair place for thomsolves in the list of
A great many men will find to-day that
they have bought wrong futures on tho
I from rrnfa 1
Ethel I had a headache to-day, And I read
a lot ot your old letters.
George Did they 1 uro the pain T
Kthel Ihej did; 1 alwaja rind relict In
The Height of Meanness.
tr..i fd Bill )
" Vi ell, If that ain't uirau ! exclaimed tho
prisoner, "huri ouo o' U10 otori. a 111 thu
irnper thoj'vo limine to nail is Molw con
llnuecl.' An" me lobo huuj nexnumr
Mrs. Rwaybaik-Wbat 11 meint by tho
Thruso ' The church militant? '
hwarbatk I suppose it has some reterence
to thu lunun : dou 1 j ou 7
Kather Hard on Himself.
I . 1 (J IKIi
bald tho leclurtr: " lho roads up theso
mountains aro too steep and lock) for ouu a
donkey to climb, intreloro I did not attempt
Out That's Another Btory,
(V nn A flatto Tiwrfrr J
Voice from tho Attic Airs. fcUnncr! Mrs.
olco from tho llaiemcnt Well, Mr. Nevtr
pay, what's tlm mailer turn
Hold Katio this morclnstoput someoii
In my lamp, aid Kbr netirdldP, and now H's
Konuont. Thl Is thu third time Us han.
"Well, 1 thought you likeu Mr. Kipling s
"What, In beaun's name, have Mr. Kip
ling ss'orlet pot to do nub my limp? '
Why, that s'lhe light that luilid' '
At a Vestry Meeting.
IYcn Mil lit, I
1 he L'hairman-Tno Chair will not dispute
the point with sir. Carter.
Mr. carter-The Chair had better not. un
less be takes his cost off. '
Ihe Chair did not.
fei'.Nn uf infVa 1 tf iatfi Afmi'tl Vs ti
I was much amused last evening by a dia
logue 1 chanced to overbear on the Warren
street station platform ot the Ninth avenue
hlcvated Kallroad. Tba speakers were two
young women. This talk about men girl ng
up their seats In crowded cars to girls Just
becauso they are pretty Is all both," said one.
" I'm not a bit good-looking, and I know It,
but I've had seats offered to me whentbere
were half a dozen prettier women standing
up In the simo altle. It's all In knowing bow
to play upon tbo sympathies of tho men." I
wish to goodness you'd let me Into tho sc
erot, I hen," said the other, wearily, "for 1
have had to stand up on the train night after
night." I'll do lt," said tbo other. "oi
luit watch inc."
Tho train rame along and they wero swept
with the stream of humanity Into a car In
which there was hardly elbow room. 1 man
aged to got In Just behind them, so as to mako
a mental nolo of tho proceedings. When
fairly In the car tho girl who had first spoken
honved a prodigious sigh, rolled up her eyes,
pressed ono hand to her bosom and stsggcrcd
so that I thought alio was about to fall In a
faint, and 1 Involuntarily put out my hands to
catch her. Sbo rewarded mo with a smllo
that seemed locxprosslbly sad. lwo men
who witnessed tbo performance sprang to
their feet and mado a tender of their scati.
Tho young woman gavo each the same sad
sortot smile sbo had bestowed upon me and
dropped Into ono of tho seats, while her com
panion took tho other. " My, but lt works
ilka a charm," 1 heard No. s whisper In a tono
of admiration as I turnod away to hldo a
Horace J. t'olvln, Now Fngland Passenger
Agent of the Canadian 1'nclflc Hatlroad, Is a
frequent visitor In this city, and few railroad
men navo morr frlouds In tho fraternity.
THE 0AMP41ON 1'UBD.
IVoin Tht Mornings World
The AVcstrrn Ciunpuign Fund yester
day passed tho $20,000 mnrk by more
than half a IhouvimL The total to last
night as $20,510. Nearly ono hun
dred Democratic newspapers aro now
co-operating In tho good work, and its
snee chs seems assured. Tho Western
Democrats meet tho help with rontrllm.
tloim, tho Kaitcrn Democrats approve,
tho (Southern Democrats applaud, and a
vigorous national campaign will bo tho
result if all givo who aro interested and
able, liar you helped the caxue t
Bf ItntUtt it that laboring mm doting ft daf'a
work coin quii At ounot)i of moioaUr tliiut.
Hrbrtflpocr, th pbiloiophir. It tfttd to b
man of singular tundectr, ' with a ganllt voteo and
almofl fmlnlD grace '
Barah Barnhardl la fortrIghl jaara old. Rha
wan chrUtenad Roalna,M but cbaogad bar nam
to Sarah for ft raaiou known only to faeraalf,
Zolft la aald to balitra that tha tlma la not far dla
tant whan Franca will again taka up anna against
Aa an aiampla of tha amount of gold In tha
world, tha mlnaa of Naw Zealand na?a alona pro
duoad tJ&O. 100,000 worth of tha praoloua mttal.
Bone; to tho CIovar.
nil, a tons to lliaclnrar.
1 hat awti uld rurar,
WliKli til! riM riot cirer
llilr Hunt t May,
In who tUplb tha ahj plorar
IIih iiitlud rorar
vherti maldvn and lorar
And en I Id rr n atraj.
Oh, Ilia root, fragrant plaeaa
htrtvin wftb tl n graraa
i t thii pink and Mhita faeaa
Mlicr tin tountrr wiudracaa,
I iian Niili (tacst
Of at.t tivursptcaa
Of ( lytr bloura
Jiff TnvnuhU Sian'on, in Xtw OrUant IYmi
Iw Fngland maldn arn rhlllUp,
rtitt hoittlmrn laaia tawnlrr,
Chkagn lualtinn bUHt,
J liau glrl uf t aliittrtita
,S'(in traneiieo A'ttti Ittr
A Benat of Burden.
fitia didn't know Irfuch, and aha didn't know
And alia wundrel oft. In an Innorant war.
V lilt a nwatrt llttln insuurUni rt of a glano.
Why ' ntulhfr'' waa " mtr,M aa tbo French
Dut anno through tba Fianeh rural dtatrlota aha
And wa ahockad at the burdena of poor woman
And ftht thlnka nm aha knowa what tha trlta
In describing ft mother aa mtrel a mare
C Meayo Mall
A Bummer Woolnsr.
Tha wlod want wooing the roaas.
For the roii fair
How the rough wind won, who knowa ?
Hut he left her there.
Far awe. from her pool, bo blows.
Doee the free wind care f
luvt$ t han lltr Mouttom,
.-, ., ...
MASS OVER BARON SEILLIERE-
The Body of the Nobleman to Be
Taken to Franco for Burial.
It was tho body of Mr. It. e. Wllktns" that
was romocd from tho tdae entranco of tho
Hold UUvidcru to uu undertaker a nagon In
tbo dead Hatches of tho night, but tho casket
Into which It Has afterwards put bore tba
namo ot llarou Itoger do bellllcre, and a mass
as said to-day for tbo rcposuot his soul, In
the chapel of HI. Patrick's Cathedral, onl)
hU brotbi r, llaron llaymond do Mlllcre, and
hli n lie, Mscounl il'.bac, the Fremh lo'i-Hul-tituiral,
and tho clerks fmiu lho coubiil.
ntn s'lrriiuiidlng the riskut.
'I ho body 111 bu tukt n to Krance. where tt
will bu Interred in tho family chateau of
'1 hits cndH tho xlufiilar carter of lho deaf
and duiuti noolt limn ubo had wnndirnt up
unit dunu lho earth .ilinnit tuntlimiiiisl) dur
lug hit lllo ul ilfi)-iuu )turs. lie dteu of
HrlghtHdliiiie nl lho l'tlMdirc, lnro In
hail irglsieiid iindi r thu name of It & ll
kllHiui Atltf. IT. uud taken to lih In J
llowas itieudcil In I1I1 lllnirt b his pri
vate Miretai, . J. Haltirj, and lr
Mattel). Iluilled ut hiindmn, Unlnisduj.
I 'I hi re us nu appaii lit untun lur Ihentricy
of nis imm mints. ) t his onn trotlnr. torn
HiK uu n "in Ninpuri, is oLlin'ui toiail
i upon mux. lstriita tiimd htm in uniting tho
pl uu Miu tht in ml man Ijj.
Ilium h-ilj winlthj, liaruti Itoer leies
niutlii r lir ilr, 1 rancolsd. till in.ot pails,
and n hiMu irinctM di Mgim, ulKs
of tho notillit) uf the Nnpolionli. iiiatltiL
TO-DAY'S PAitK CONCERTS.
Coppa Will Play In Contrul ond
Lolbolilt In St. Unrv'a Park.
tappVs Miviitb Itegluif m Hand will gtvo
the usual concert on the Mall, icntral Park,
this iittiruum al 4 oMotk. lho following I
htir Staocli'l Ilnnntr,
.V""1'. ,,.. . .,."n.ll"
llieralura Vultl In JUc it "
lirniilnllori .... . UihtmianOlil"
1 uplioniuni olo
I , , Air Vnrln Mud U.I tun llrot f "
Walls .. . l.li.d utlns"
'Jitnlur. ' lb. Mrgaof i .irli Hi"
Mmiku lltuo. , (.till."
lulrn 1 atiou Irm ih pn I-nt.r.tuvr.
l.Toiti ,, lUrtl Ui.'iiu.lon "
ll-i lint' Pmra
"llll , lululillllA.,
liierowlll i) music In ht. Ulary's Park by
lilli Mi'a'lnUltli lteKtmnit Hani this aft tr
noon nl 4 o cluck, 'the loliowluj is tho pro
irramiuo. 1 li. Mu hpanclcd Htnnf r.
Mirob "Ilotit Utllna"
S.ifctloii.. '! oor Jouth4o"
rUlMtlon ,, "P.ia'l
w.ii . .....u....::.;. "t&otiMi
t 'MisVi i'M Obi i'-! rr1' 'as liasiiii'ssWsria
$238.18 MORE TO-DAY
, , i. .
Now There Is $13,485.44 in tbo
Siok BabieB' Fund
The Good Work of One Little Long
Fairs and Kntertalnmeuts That
Yielded Valuable Uesults.
All letters rantntntna maun far t
ftlek Itahv Fanil chnuld be addressed t
the Cashier mt Ihe Metv York Werld,
Ifonallons of rlotlitna. e. sheald tie
tent la Sir, itoberla. 317 West fort
Prtlen1f irtnowt.-ltBi (13,347 2d
Jtr AilaUDuna.il, rinIU I. I... IJJ fO
Hani 'lliralro, M. Albarj I'krlt 34.73
A. P. J..urnn, Montlr.lla, N. Y 'iW
llcrtliHamnl. Ooth.n, X. Y 20 10 I
Mr. J. II. Klrtlanl lr.00
lalrall ll.rlr, . Y 10 01
Kuur Mill. Malilena, Brooklrn tl 10
Unlluni!r laniiaiilatnlliBtrael t-alr A 80
lilaHlo'kanilMa.laKert.r 6 ii
V. V M V IS (0
Jmtt I Itr Fair 4 r.J
I vfuttchoulljoyft ! Mi
lUvrr. Ilou... Arvrn. bj tlin-Se...... 2. CO
Kall.Mclllmllar, lloilha Norrunn ... 2 J1
hannl.tlcKenaa 2 00
Mailtami ATetiuQ party 2 0"
fdlth Vonoll. Salll. Hiadurf 2 1)0
I ourKoulli lll.erilrl l.'
I nnr I'aataiolN.J. ) c rla 1 41
OUT. V. I'., Ilrooklrn 1 00
.tohoJamaa Klabar . 110
II M I 00
ttlcliaiilanil I loiamo 100
lllllr, Jack and Tomraj .01
What nna llltlo woman can do Is sbuwn
hero pretty plainly. A Suinmcr-nlRht cnter
taliimuut at l'caraulln, l 1.. which took plain
on Auk yo and added tHj.T. to tho Mick
liulilcb' lund, w as nrranstcd uud managed mi.
tlrely bi ilia. Adclo Dunnell, of Kast HocKa
way, I- I MUo cam nosed tho surrounding
vlllai-M and (fathered an sudlciico which In
immi)ii nnd elcgniico (.urpassed anything
that has been known In that lcialitj.
Mrs Dunnell not only took upon herself all
tho dtulei of a niamger, but added to her
financiering her tcnlees as an urllat. Her
recitations wero tho frnturo ot tho evening
and elicited deserved recalls
Mr. uud Sirs. John llnlayson and Miss
t'lorenco Dunnell helped acceptably to fill an
hour's progrnmmc, assisted by tho kind
hearted portion of tho Itockvlllo Centre Hand,
whoso music, under tho leaaorshlp of Mr.
Alvord, was csccllent. An orchestra having
fnllid In Itapromlso to provldo music for tho
dancing, which took ulacu from u to 11'
.Messrs. Hill, logalls Liu Us and Mjcis v0i
untiored their birviccs, unu ibo close of ti,'
ovo nlng was us brlllluui ns Its opening.
Miss Dunnell gracolttlly disposed of tha
flowers, which had boon donated by Dr. sealr
of I'carsalls. and .Master Whitth r, with
friend Master Usher, sold "help tho poor and
needy" Itmonade. Walter Jonos, of itock-
lllo centre, gavo tho use of the 1 yceuui.
Among tlio prominent patrons woro Mrs.
I". . .Myirs nnd daughter; Mi. nnd Mrs. 1. K
Kosenfeld uud Miss Hessle Mjers, oi Hock.
any Pencil, Dr Crlsiv.iUi anil Col. .1. j. (i,.r.
licit, ot Now '.nrk. Dr. Milto anil family
and Mr. and Mrs. ISelmnnu. of l'earalls
Mrs Jarrelland Mrs. lllottnor, of 1-aslltucU
away, and Mr". A luiont, uf Hoekvllle Centre.
Mrs. Dunnell orrers her scirlces to nay
charttaDlo benefit us a recltor.
Tba Money Divided.
r id. riiiiKf
Av an entertainment given at I ong Branch
for the Hick Unbue'rund and Hebrew sant
tnrluin, the sum of aiH.5 was realized. We
take pleuMiro In ine losing to 13.
II HUT II AM ItOlllSTMN, I. ItOPJNflVK.
1I4VSI0NII llOTIISTKIN, I I E RNK,
KlIIIU CIIILK, I. tJllunuH.
Llllta end Llztle.
Wo send you hercwllli $lu as a contrlbu.
tlou to tiro hlrk llable.s' ruuiL This amount
li tho roault ot a fair held last Wednesday at
ins Wist Mnclusovcntn MrcU. Many ot
tho pretty knli kknucks sold wiro mado nnd
donated by llltlo glrlti, w Iiomi bi mpahlos had
lieeti nroused by tlio . stories told In lnr.Knis.
iniiWokiu about iho Hiifferliig ehlldrenot
this city. '1 en dollars Is noi a grtat sum, lint
no earnest 1) hopo lt will lulu to nltovotho
distress of the poor littlo tots.
176 West Mnety-savinth street.
Inuk Ki on will,
172 West Nlnety-.eveuth street,
All Under Fifteen.
To l "M'lor i
An entertainment was given on Monday,
Auc !'-', at tho Pavilion Hotel. Far Hocka
waj, and tlO M realized, through the efforts
of thu undersigned, all under niteeu years of
Hunch McKim, .Tosirn Dowiiho,
kikiu McDavitt, Mazia Howiino,
Jfnnik McDnin, Katie Dowlino,
ElOENK KlKllVAH, ilAHIS bCHlCUMAM.
1 ar Itockaway.
Mabel and Qraola.
Inclosed please find CO cents fortheBlck
Ilablcs' Kund, tho proceeds of a small fair
held at 77 llalsey street, Brooklyn, by Mabel,
Itosu snd uracle Fuller.
Mabil and Oiiacik.
T lit Miter
Inclosed please find mosey order for tl, the
amount paved by Myra Harmon, aged riio
ye irs. bho has savtd her pennies for two
Two Little Sympathizers.
Ttlt. r lllor
Wo aro two litllo girls aged eloven. Wo
1 Bjiup.ithlresomu hultutuo poor bibles o
thought o Mould tij anlaild n mile tu
thehnld.so in luliaMiuU lair an I a Mid
$J. ll.o proceta. Hon bh it li id been more.
llarlim. 1 i.isna auJ ilissih.
i Eltiht Woodoourno Girl).
I U o, l.t I T
i Webonwlth licloo acheckfor ,T no, tho
pruemHcf in intiruiutmiit gltin by tho
chllJttu of lho Virrill House, at Wood,
bourne. I'lii'ediAoU) thesimB to tho blek
llablet' I unit.
I TTA MhKIIITT, MAVIK MjluFT.
MASKL llKM k J, Mill I II HhMIK.
lllTTIK MMm, JIllMlA MAKkkY,
hlSlB KbUNAUT, M IAN l'ABST.
Bndle Sacrificed Her Zither.
hadlo Tutkcr, of suo South Second strcot,
i W miauisburg, Is a pntty llttlo blrl, nine
jiarau.il ard a fcrent admin rot inn v us.
isuWnuiii Whe-i slieriailln IiieI-iimmj
Wuiiiuof the sufferings of He babiit i.iioao
pari ins aro tui jonr to tako Hum to tho
luiin ry. xDeditirmlnt 1 to help tuo nmj nr
imn.titln their Lt fall out of nor aluider
utoie of ptckel mono she haJ thkels pi luted
olierltignstlio irlrc I r a rait'c hfrilioicest
possesnuin pn ttj hnrprlthcr. The rafflo
as brought off lsst Light und ihe Ircluted
Hi aro the pioceoits m the sale of tickets.
MIss'lucKirwasten fond rt her ruber, but
Is reconciled tn Its los tij the thoughts cf tho
good lho money 111 do tho nick habit s.
Throe Girls, of Brooklyn.
Inclosed please nnd $'.'0 for tbo Sick babies'
Fund, tho proceeds ot su entertainment and
fair given by three little girls, Clara Gilles
pie, Etta Peck snd cassle Johnson, assisted
by their friends, nnd held at Si Douglas
rv sj-y ...j. v ihj '
HEKRLY FIT- FOB ME
Sullivan and Oorbett to Start Soon
for New Orleans.
The "Blc One" Will do Naxt
Thursday, Corbelt Later.
Those two gladiators of tha roped arena,
John I. milllvttu and James J. Corbelt, for
ouo of bom the hlgbt of Kept. 7 will bo mako
or break, are both rt cllnlgh through with tho
arduous part ot their training.
Preparations mo being made at both Canoe
I'liico Inn and Lock Arbour to break up camp.
In n tow days both of tbeo scenes of groat
Interest tho past ton weeks will bo deserted.
Unless lho coming contest ends la a draw
ouo of them will bu famous as the placo
whero ibo champion of the world did his
sullUnn will nhnke the dust ot flood
tlround from his feet next Monday morning
at least that It tbo tlmo set by his backer,
tharlcyJohnston, for bis departure. Johnston
will not tell the exact tlmo that Sullivan
leaves, as he wishes to avoid any crowds that
may bo on hand to get n glimpse at tho
chiiuiDlon when bo arrives at Brooklyn.
Johnston will go down to the quiet Long
Islind vlllago Saturday night and accompany
the party, which will consist of Hulllvan,
Jack Asliton, cncy, Hilly Morgan and tho
Jap, Sullivan's valot, to llrooklyn.
tin the arilvnl of the party carriages will
In) on liand to convey them to l'hll Casey s
I lace, near, Degraw and court streets, llrook
U ii, 'Hits will bo tlio big fellow's bead-
j quarters until ho leaves tor Now Orleans.
I Ho will remain pretty quiet at Casey's on
Monday until nfttr supper and will adjourn
to ( Icrmnnt .wcuuo lltnk about Ro clock
In his testimonial benefit. After tho show
John I- will lite him back to Casey's.
'luisdnynnd Wednesday will lio devoted to
plalng lundbatl and punching tbo bag.
T ho intention la to havo tho big fellow do
Just enough work to pre; ent him accumula
ting any additional weight prior to starting
1 ho departure will bo mado at 5 o'clock
lliursdaj afternoon from lho West Shoro de
pot In llnbokon. Ashasnlrcady been told a
ppeilal train will carry the Sullivan cotcrlo
. to Now Orleans'. A ear n Itl be III tod up with
training apparatus and other things neccs
rir) for tho big piiglllsi's comfort. Ills person
I will boaeiod on the way down, only the
Inner ilrclo having cntrco to tho prlvato car.
riiere will bo n supply of I ong Island water
and eatables besides a cook to preparo HulU-
Unn'sfood. 'iho party will consist of those
' alread) named and Frank Moran, Sullivan's
'Iho Crc3cent City w HI be reached Saturday
evening, tho routo being by way of Buffalo,
UeieliiDd nnd Cincinnati. Tho Sullivan head
quarters la Now Orleans will be 45 ltampart
street. Ho will do his work there at tho
Young Men'B Hymnasluni.
1 ho Sullivan party will have arrived at Its
destination b) tbo tlmo Corbett and friends
start south. Tho latter Mill remain at Loch
I Arbour until lho last minute, corbett will
I como up to the city Monday morning, bow
e;er. Hu la 10 meot McCaffrey ai Madison
I bquarc Harden at 10..10, when arrangements
Will bo mado lor tho tour-round boxing ton
text 1 ( iMtiu tno tno which Is to como off in
lid 1 it) afttrtbo return from New Orleans.
MlorthoHliow Monda) iho bl? Callfornlan
will p ut tho nlgbl at the COicmau House,
returning U his training quarters tho nc
nfternocn. lln will lesttmo training, or. at
an) rati, do enough to keep him fit and toel
Uigwoll Up and hlH party will letvo joc
Arbour in time to catch, tho "Corbett special. '
which leaves irom the I'i unsjhanla depot,
Jerse) Clt), ut 4 o clock Saturday afternoon.
" I'umpiidoui " Jim will als 1 havo n rpeclal
to, fitted til) with 1. punchlng-bag, weight
inschlno and other devices to keep him ou
tugo ; also a special cuisine, so as to guard
against uny Injiuy 10 the Inner man. cor
bett. Manager llrad). Trainers Delaner, Dil
lon, Daly and Mc oy, Mlko Donovan, his dog
Nod and probably Corbett s father will mako
up the parly. 'I ho run to New orleins, It is
ixpc cud, will tako about forty hours, unless
a stop i-hould be mado cu routi, perhaps
In Now Orleans the man who hopes to whip
Stillhan will out up ut a private residence,
that of n friend iMiose house adjoins tho
Olympic Club. Ho will work at tho rooms of
the t-outhern Athletic Club. Corbott trained
lure for his conttat with Kllraln, his nrsl
battle away from home.
1 on tho night of Sept. 7, at o o'clock, both
men will repair to tho ring ot the olymplo
club and then .
CONEY ISLAND'S GHOST.
Policemen Fall to Locate It tn the
tlnuntod Oceanic Hotel.
roltccman (lallaghcr and Detective WIs
tnnco were von Mgllant, but they failed to
eaten tho ghost ot the Oceanic Hotel at West
llrlghton, sua therefore wero unablo to carry
out the oraers ot chief ot Police McKnno to
" gl 0 lt a good clubbing and bring lt to head
quarters, If you can."
Whether It was the ghost ot the man who
Is said to havo been foully murderoil In room
110 ot tbo Oceanic, right over the parly, or
somebody or something else, guest of the
hositlry Insist with chattering teeth that
Homi thing has been slumping about tho
halls mid poundliu on tho w ills of that floor
In an uncanny fashion at all hours of night.
chief Mcliane is tceptical, and hence his
ordor to" Dlublhe ghost 11 )ou can catch lt
and bring 11 to Headquarters."
LIFE IN .JUDICIAL DEATH.
Legal Technicalities May Let a Mur
derer Qo I roe.
Iti ARSoriATitn runs 1
Pav FnANtifto, Col., Aug 28. John Mc
Nult),Mho has been In Jail horo forfour
)cais under sentenco of death. Is "Judicially
drad," nnd )l he inn) never have tho ropo
pliccil nionnil bUiicek.
McNuIt) Man to bo bsnged ) esterday, hut
tlio Uoicrnoi h rtprlco ultl nots.iotlfy the
tlmo for cetutlon and tho prlsontr must bo
Jttdo Murpb) si)s: "Tlmo of execution
having p issi J, Mr jit) . in conn niplution nf
I tlio 1 in Is Juillelil) diad M) couitlsdnuo
I l ihlm' li.lud," .Muiphy iidluus tothli
opinion tuoiuiirdtru mil bo tot tree.
FEVtR AMONG CHOIH E0Y3.
Tholr Cnmp Is Broken nnd a City
Fears an Ep'domlc.
Iv arrorurKn rnr..i
CthAn H aim in. la., Auj. y7. Whllo draco
Church choir, slt)-nio In nuinbtr, was
tamping at Decorah ono of tho members was
taken dOMii with scarlet feter.
Iho Health orrcer l.ero wired Dr. Qreen to
krop tho Ui)s by the usihis ttutll an inspec
tion ha I been made.
I ir tonic icaso'i the order was not obeyed
and tho bc)s went to winous parts of Urn
rliy j ho ll-alili nfllurs uro ulsrmed rt tho
Took $6,000, Left a Block: or Wood.
1ST iliOCUTin raKts I
Tuscola, 111 , Aug. UT. li rncard racnte
men swindled Farmer Ephralm Ureasbac
out of $3,000 of his hard earned menej yis
tetday, leaving a box containing a blovkot
Gov. Eoglo Has a Cbance for Lire.
T AaaociATllt iciaa.)
Lochvillk, Uy., Aug. a7.-Di. t. Btuckcy,
who has just returned from thebedsldoof
Got. raglo. at Itlchmond, says that the Gov
ernor s condition Is critical, but that he has a
cuxnee for recovery.
azaiia--tJAft'Jbi i.ttfai"-l.rft.'.'iJL....M. i.
t-Sa-KFJv g -TrWrVil 11 1 f it I !-) 'pfrfce' LgfLtXWlXl!S,9rrr::Oiy
A Season of Sashes.
Sashes of every dtscrlplljn, In Eoft, rich
tones and fulnt, tloud) tints, aro misled
about tho waist with a careless puff behind,
or bound tightly across tho hips and knotted
nt one slao or directly In Hont. Many ot tho
very delicate sashes aro secured like Swiss
girdles and, passing under the arms, aro car
ried high up In tho ccntro of tho back, whero
a huge spread bow gives tho finishing touch
to this original design.
One of Worth's roost dashing costumes In
somo odd, gold-thrcided Oriental fabric H
ftirnlshod wllh a piquant bash drapery In
warm red, ollo and golden shades, which
starts at tho arm-holes, crosses on tho bust,
Is curiously wound nrottnd the figure anil Is
finally brought forward from tho hips, where
It Is cffcctli cly looped In tho Cleopatra mode,
tho fringed edge falling almost to tbo fool of
Another Tarlslan fancy plants a hugo bow
upon tho bust, the ends ot which, after wind
lug twice about tlio waist, cross behind nnd
take a forward and downward courso to the
foot of tho skirt In front, where they finish In
another big bow.
CKDAT, ADO. 3S S
Compotaof F.arf. (
loold.d Karlo.. Craani )
Latnb Chopi filled Tomatofi. (
firowa Braad. CoSta. )
Cream of Corn Soap (
'oaotDaok, N.w Turntpi.
Piked Tomstoee t
hleken Oroqaettea Ptu
Wafari Cheeefc (
Ic. Cream. 1
ardlnM. IlAta Ssndwlahea,)
trait. Cikei, t
Kansas Girls ai Home.
If tho mothers ot tho glils who wear glasses
could get together and comparo notes, they
would probably discover that tor somo reason
lt hurts their daughters' eyes a great deal
moro to sew fire minutes tban to read an
An Atchison )oung woman uses wr'tlng
paper with " bland Lp for Kansas" engraved
In one cornor as her motto
No girl who w ears suspenders should scream
when a bug gels on her.
Only seven girls in Atcb1non succumecd to
tho suspender style. Hurrah. Atch ton
A Real Gypsy Queen.
Queen Siberia, absoluto ruler of H.OOQ g) p.
slcs, Is twenty-eight) cars o'd, Mltb bold and
striking mien. Her hair Is raicn black
a lorncd with many ornaments ; her features
regular, eyes bright, teeth ns Mhlto as snow.
Her country seit at Oiordhlro, Ln,qind, Is
as good as money can command Her 8,000
subjects each pay her 7 yearly. Her mother,
the old (Jueen Britannia, died near N'ouark,
I N. J., about two year3 ago.
Chairman Carter's Wife.
Mrs. Thomas II. Carter, the wife of the
Chairman of the llcpubllcin National com
mittee, Mas a. Miss I lien Lillian Calen, tho
daughter tt Hugh F. Calen, of the 1 rm of
1 honiss II. Pom er 4 Co , hardware merchants.
Sbo waa born In tho vicinity ot Puget sound,
and most of her life previous to and since her
marriage has been spent In Helms, Mm. It
was thero that sho Urst iret Mr. Carter, who
was practising lsw tntnat city. Her mar
rlagotohlmtookplscoln tho Winter of leso
Nellie Ojlen, as Lnewus cjlled b) her Inti
mates, was educated In tho convent of Noiro
Dame, In Indlam, uhonce sh mis gradtiaicd
In music InlsKO. luiSMJsho flnlslieii iho
academic cour-o rnd Mas aMaro'cd tlio medal
lorexcelUnco In the Iiench Hnguago. In
nddlilrn to these fimliilno airoiuplisliini nt
Mrs. Carter 13 acap.talshot ami an iurt
horbt'Moman, baling acquired efllilenc) In
loth these brancbcj whlii )it ireru eliiui of
s ittior eight running about tin hi r fathers
rncli. Mrs. orlur Ins one sou, .ichn twlen
Carter, win uaslicrii d out tiro ) tars, i.'u
No Wedding Ca(o in Italy.
A very pretty lustora n as brought to my
rrlnd tho othcrda) on tlio receiptor cirds
uiinounclii; tho marriage ot a young Italian
friend. Wedding cako Is an unkuonn qu in.
tit) In that penlnsuli, bonbons and comfits
taking Its place. Theso sweets are served at
tho enl of tho wedding breakfast or dinner,
and each guest carries away a generous sup.
ply. Tha amount destined to be taken away
Is put up In cither a fancy cardboard box , .
In silk bags, tbn bonbons first having been
wrapped in oil papers to prcvont them from
holllnj the dainty souvenir. Theso bags aro
often icry elaborate and expensive and allow
of great display. They aro sometimes made
of cliolco bits of raro old silk and brocade, but
more often are of heavy white satin, either
embroidered or painted with the monogram
ot tho uniting couple.
Make a plain boiled costard of a pint of
milk, ono egg, and a Btoall tablespoonful ot
corn starch, W hen thoroughly cooked set to
ono sldo of the rango and make the caramoL
Put a cup of sugar In a small frying pan, and
Btlroier the nro until lt melts and gets a
dark brown, but lt must not burn. When
caramelled, bring tho custard forward and
pour the caramel In with ono hand, stirring
quickly with the other. Tho caramel seems
10 harden at once, but continued stirring will
make lt as smooth as custsrd, chocolate In
color, and a peculiar delicious naver. Put In
dlsncs and sen 0 very cold.
" Blood and Iron's " Boss.
It Is blntcJ by those In authority that
Princess Ulstnarekls largely responsible for
tbo present nttltudo ot her husband towards
(leu. von Caprlvl, at whom the loyal wl'e Is
furiously ludUnant oa ac count ot tho dlsmls
sal ot her husband tn tbe General's favor. If
this bo truo wo may yet witness another con
flagration lighted by the blazo ot a woman's
A Bath-Room Dainty.
A delightful addition to bath-room dainties
Is secured by thoroughly mixing together one
ounco tlneluro benzoin, ono ot orris tincture,
ten drops oil ot lemon and ten of nerolL A
tablespouful diopped Into a plntof water will
bo sufficient lor the oath 1 Irst w ash thor
oughly and wipe dr) , then apply by means of
a sett cloth or spongo to tho entire surface ot
the boil). This preparation will not only Im
port a fragrance to tho skin, but add ma
terially to Its beaut). Keep tincture well
corked. Vntll water Is added lt will not be
found go pleasant as an odor.
For Fair or Dark Women.
The pretty young lady In evening attire
wears a gown of pale blue satin, trimmed
with yellow roses and bands ot tho same '
shade, and a frill of ecru lace around the top
of tbo bodice. Tho fan Is vellow. This com.
binatlon Is equally becoming to lair or dark
wcintn. All tho prettiest dresses worn by
yo ung wcaicrB Just now are of satin or surau
or w atcrcd silk with llne-slripcs.
One Comes, Another Goes.
Ills wife Is bnckl
No moro at night,
When seems tbo town to him a sombre sight,
1 00 dull and gray,
.May he go forth with paint to make lt bright.
llo's bad his day;
His wife Is back'
Dut who is that
With glossy hat
And step as sirlngy as tho step of fawn,
Who leaves at night, returning with the
It Is tho other man whose wife's Just gone.
Ho'll see the painting done I
Iloll havo thu fun!
Tho town shall neierstay
ho dull and gray;
Ills Mlfc has gone I
I'aro and grato enough plneapplo to mako
ono pint ; add one pound ot granulated sugar;
mix well nnd squiezoln Julco ot ono lemon.
1 11 halt 1 box of gclatlno add half a glass of
cold Mater; so-tk until soft; then set over a
kettle of hot Mater, l'cat tbo ) oiks of thrci
i'.smth egg-beater and stir Into tho pine
apple ; v, hen gclatlno Is molted add to the
pn eap.ilo and pom all into n dish nnd sot In I
sinnotcr.tc'.edlte; btlr slowly until lt gets
thick ; then add one pint or whipped cream ; '
tirn Into 11 mould Mhicu hasncoicr; put a
thlnilotli our lliotop; nt tho cover down
clos.l) our tbo cloth; pack the moull lu a
liiluuioo: chopped lco and salt. In tno hours
Itmilbj rend) to tnc In the centre It.
1 111 noi In) tr ien, bht tho uutsldo portion
1 111 net eall tic
Bebo R bbon as a Trimming.
Hi bo ribbon Is n mii'li-itsed larlcly of tbe
many wlutlis ot riblicn so grcall) und to larl
oiisl) miplojed lor trimming dresses, bon
nets, rmasols, Ac., tu say nothing of tho
Mediation of lane) work, whero ribbon pf
I this sort lituris conspicuously, licbo rlblon
I trims ailinlriUy evening gowns of sort silk
an I cp'hbl us well mill iiicc, u hinclug tha
llghv eilect or that jar.lcular dtccralbn.
M11 er wools aro also stiltsbl) uiinmed with
Liu low till, or i civet rib jnu, mi ch U put on
la sunlhl iows or 111 dj u,i in a sirles of'
l'ii)niii'rei r lias long 01 li nuts or pirn.'
piim, mid when tbfie are plockd tn Juxlapo- '
si inn inn i'iwn, to hold lino lu place, they
in irrqmnily connected by tno or three
s rands of thu same iliiloa.
A Novel Windovj-Cleaner.
A new win Jow-clcancr has been suggested
os an Improvemmt to tho old-fashioned strip
of rubber, fastcLed on a band of wood or
mctaL Tho great trouble experienced with
these bands Becms to be the difficulty of ap
plying water. Tbe new suggestion tt to at
tach a rubber ball for holding water to tba
bandle of the window-cleaner, by meatus
which tho wlnoows may bo vlgoromh
sprayed. Such auarrangement as this wotua
certainly save trouble, tbougn tho averts
house-son antprofers a chamois to anyriii
bcr win. nw -cleaner.
An English Newspaper Woman.
Miss Marie Ac'floldo Belloc has a palr
dimples tbatsho found useful In overcomr
tbo continental prejidlcctolnttrvlewervto
Miss Belloc Is an J uglish literary womu,
who began her career by securing tor Hi
1'aUMall Gatelte tome icry valusble Inter
vlows from prominent Kuropean statesmej,'
whose excluslveneas. Invulnerable to mitea,
lino Inquiry, melted bctoro Miss Bclloti
Although Miss Colloc rjolces In a " career,
she Is but Just past twenty, bhs possesses
an advantage over most writers tn that she li
equally at homo In both French and FngllsS
In tact, some of her best stories, those oti
piquancy more appreciated In France thanli
Fngland, have appeared In Parisian meji.
) MoiroAT, Ara. J. 1
C aSXAITAST. '
Orlta. barar and Creata, '
FrlcataM of Dried Etef. Santos Chips.
( ColdDuok. MaronnaU. ofTomaU.
TMn Bread and Batter.
I srxsxn. '
Cream of Pea Soup, '
8rDl1d Sirloin, 1 omato Sane., j
V French Fried Folatote btrlng Beans. '
Waiara. Caeeea. ,
( Chilled Watermelon. I
1 Coflce. 1
4 A New Mexico Woman.
Near tho town of White Oaks, N". M., live
one of tbo most remarkablo 11 omen even of
this most remarkablo age. lho houso la
which Bho llve, a Ion 11 hltc-w ailed ndobj
building covered with green lines and filled
out with rltlt carpets, artistic hangings
books and pictures, oxqulsltc chlnn and silver,
and all tho dainty belongings with which a
refined woman loici to surround herself, wai
built with ncr own bind. 'J ho hu'o ranca
on which lt Is located, wllh Its 8,000 cattl-,
Is managed entirely by her. it Is sbo who
bu) h or takes up thu lau J, ( electa or cot troU
tho men, bu)s, bells and ti insfers the cattle
She Is also a skllf.it and intelligent prospec
tor, and found tho l.ilinblo silver mine on
her termor), in which sbo now owns a half
Interest, she sings cliarmlngly, accompany,
lng herself on the piano or guitar, and hardlu
n cambric needle or a 11 attr-color brush ai
dexterously as rho uses an ndzeorajact
plane. Sho entertains delightfully at her
home, whist parlies, llttlo dances and cvei
an occasional gcrman. Her naiuo Is Urs.
Barber and sho has been twlcoanldow. A
woman who can run n ranch, oulld a house,
manage a inlno and engineer a successful
german descries a proinliiont placo In ta
ranks ot wouion of .cuius.
The angel sleeve large, wldo and loose.
Ono long puff, one short ono and a dee;
A large, short puff sleeve with no trimming
A loose puff gathered Into a long, plain cuff.
Ingtbwlse puffs to the elbow, finished
with a short sleuie band.
A lorgo puff and close cuff to the wrist, wltt
a tall of laco halt way down tho sleeve
The deep fall of laco reaching below tba
elbow In tho back and open and short In front
A full sleeve gathered into a band ot velvet
below tho elbon uud finished with a fall 0!
When Will This Be ?
When tbo spat 1 on Ins a toothscha
Ana the bluebird tc-irs her to-vn,
An I tho robli fell i to Bobbin'
If n iblpmutik tumbles down.
That da) n mnlo and a bat may see
A cow Jump over a dried-apple troe.
Some Expensive Things.
Thofiather or tuft ot feathers at the apex
of the l'llnco ofWnles's crown was takes
from the lull of iho ferlwah, ot the bird of
pirndlsu spee'es. '1 h so feathers ore Uieon)'
ones 01 ihcir l.li d, at d arc laluid nt JMi.OOO.
It took twenty ) eats to get them, nnd caused
tho death ot more than twent) LuJiers be
fore they were obtained.
Next to man, tho mlna, one nf theOractli
species of btrds, found In tropical and sut
tropical countiles, excels another anlmaliU
Its lmttatlvo porcra, and particularly In tW
imitation of human Bpcech. W ncn domesti
cated theso birds far oxcel tho parrotsU
tbelr distinctness of utterance
Tbe Sultan of Morocco owns tbo mosteij
pensive blcyclo.tho whole of thciramoywk
which Is nickel-plated and which cost W
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