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1 THE SUN, SUNDAY, AUGUST 20, 1882. T
INVITED TO MAKE MONEY.
y'at.t, arnr.KT ai.imiu'.mi:kts iiKt.it
OUT IU VOt'SlllYMKS.
IVhssl Ileporlrr I.rnrnil lI Pollnwlnr I'p
st Clrciilm Not W. II. Viinilrrbllt's Hon
and t Ike Ilx.nrrrnmpr nf Ike Trrmurj
I -A Tlill loltke Odlcc of IMtTisr firm V Co.
A rural corrnspondont of Tub Su.v has
1-pcoIvimI nn nxcon.IiiKly fliromlslnc circular
from "IMbm Orny.VCo.. Jiankora." Inviting
him to ticaxlio midiUinlj' Krent wealth by In
truntlnc hl money t tlit-lr manipulation on
tho Mook nmiki't. llri l hut ono of fiBTcnt
nundior of pt'runns to whom that Invitation
hn bon pvtnnilcil, not.' only by tho firm undor
lirnncnt consideration, but In oiiunlly totniitlnc
plir.a.e hy pmdecpuwrB of Etliinr Gray it Co.,
who blended tho alluroracntH ofitho bucket
shop buHlnpRi with tlm fneeltinUnit bvifullo
menu of tho sawdust same and tho bolder
ineenuity of banco.
Tho circular In nuostlon Is as follows:
Orrifu or Kpit.it flair A Co , lUHsrtts, Postj
BCIIBIHO, 16AND IHhlCIIAM.K F. id, NKW VoRK ClTY I
Drsa Stat We have pleasure In sen.lltiR you herewith
the plan which have itcvlaoj for pooling until sums
of money to take advantage nf tfie present favorable op
portunltrforlnveatmcntln Walt atreet. Vt'. consider It
amost faroratila time for worklnc a pool roinllnatlon,
on account of present prices of inme of the bestillW
lend paylnu stocks, such a New York Central, Western
Union, Lake nhore, St Paula, ami other Hock., of which
we are r.cel.lnii valuable Information from time to
time ai to their movements.
We look upon tbla aa a specially favorable opportunity,
as ths Government Is exchanging tta J1, per cent Into 2
per int. bonds, thereby releasing a large amount of
capital which would naturally aeek investment tn the
hif bait dividend pa) Intt securities.
Attain, the war in Lsypt has, tor the present, suspend
ad the entire trade in the Kast, including India, China.
Strait., and Australia, which v. Ill throw thlt trade
largely into American channeli
And when the grain crope are ready tor cutting, we
may look for tham being pushed forward for shipment
without delay, to the great benefit of the trunk railroad
llnea westward to New York.
In order to take advantage of the'fanticlpatid riie In
atocka we propose to issue, a certain number of pool
certificates of $50 each, and whatever profits accrut
from working the combination will be equally divided
pro rata among the subscribers.
Subscribers may contribute for as many certificates as
they like In even sums of $30 each, thereby enabling
them to have the advantage of the " pool combination."
which will have many advantages over any individual
MUlucatlon of all transactions in which subscribers
arc Interested will be mailed so thai they mav know the
stock and market rate of the operation By combining
tn this nay we can operate more advantageously for tho
benefit of all
lfou approve of this plan ptease fill up enclosed
blank, and make remittance b) V I), order draft, or by
exprrsa As despatch I. tii-ce.sary. should you favor us
with an order, we would kindly request an imme lime
replv. Yours very truly, L.piiiHGR.r A Co
lt"fcrenit-si Cornelius Vanderhllt, tsq , -IJ3 Last
Eighty-seventh street, R. .1 Nestor, Esq, Continental
i ohstructlon Company, 1J7 llroadway; 11. n Mcculloch,
lq M West Mueteenth street IP. O box 1.6WJ.)
Wish that was sent n blank order for tho re
cipient to Blurt ami hi ml. with his money, to
lJiuiir Gruy A. Co., the wordlnc of which is:
I'i-a.t. enter my name for certificates of oO in
ji.iii ' Pool Combination," ns per vnur circular, and op.
1 .rate the samo according tojour best discretion, on my
Kni'Iosed herein please find for dollars to
cover subscription price, of certificates, and jou
will please send report of operations a. promised to my
addrtti, as follow s, and oblige.
Two names ot those cited ns references by
5ie"t.rs. lMuar Gray A Co. oeemort to lenil
M'uicul anil standing to the untenirisn. that of
Cornelius Vumlorbilt and that of 11. 11. MeCul
loch, nlthoush tho nddro-.-.cs attached to them
were hardly such ns would lead a city man to
jump to the cowMiHlon that either tho Corne
lius VnmWbilt of tho New York Central and
JIudon Itivor Ha'llrondor the ex-Secretary of
. .. the United States Treasury wore tho persons..
A reporter of The hUN found that a Cornelius
vnnderblk really lived at 4.1.1 liit Uihty
sovonth etroet. in a, small hut neatly furnished
and well-kept flat on tho upper floor. Tim
contloman himself was discovered In a straw
(foods store at 5'JS llroadway whore lie is a
salosman. Ho does not look tit all Uko his
namesake, the son of the man who keeps
$54,009,000 of his sparo cash In Government
securities, and said in reply to the ropoiter's
query as to his relationship to that family,
' Well, no, I'm not related, or at least the re
lationship is sodistant that I don't claim it."
' How docs It come that lMunr Gray ues
your name as a reference "asked the reporter.
" Well." ho replied, " a car or more nso Mr.
Gray wrote to me nsklnc me to bo a director In
n company ho was KtHtlng up. the United Globe
Electric Light Company, and I consented to
. the usoof my name as ono of the directors, on
1 ' condition that no financial responsibility
should attach to the position. I invested noth-
inc tn It."
" Do you Imnglno that he wanted your name
because people would think it was Cornelius
Vandorbilt, the millionaire crandson of the
old Commodore, who was on tho Hoard ?'
"I don't know. You'd better ask Mr. Gray
that, Thoro wero several good names nmoiit.
Iho directors. Senator Jones of Nevada atnons
"Tho real Jones, or only the same initials ?"
"Oh, ho was real, I buoss. I saw a letter
they showed rae from him lat l-'ebruary, when
he drew out, and it was dated from the Senate
chamber in Washington. Yee, ho muhl have
been ronl. I bucss."
" And since then Mr. Gray has had tho use of
your tmmo. has he'"
" Wull. he. itakod mo if ho mlcht refer to me,
and I had no objections. I didn't know any
thing against him."
" Did you know that ho had some trouble
only a tow months ago In consenucucoot (sus
picions of his complicity at least in the Inad
vertent signature of tho wrong person's nnme
to some bonds or papers of nominal value t"
"Oh. ou mean about tho time he was
brought back by officers from Kurope nn n
charge of forgery, Wull. yos. I knew nil about
that: but the itov. rather Dukes said it wan all
right, that two Judges of tlio Supreme (Viurt
had said that they couldn't hold mm "U tint
charge, and you know hn'nouton bill now and
they don't try to do anything to him."
" What reverend father mild tluit '"
"Dukr. or Duce. or Duees. or some such
mine. Ho is in that stylish, high-toned Cath
olic church on Twenty-eighth street, he -aid.
He took me up to his ntudyand explained It all
to tne, and aid that it wim all right."
"Is It In tho line of yir perlcnco that
bankers customarily give salesmen or other
employees in commercial houso as references
for their standing I '
" I can't say. 1 don't know much about such
things. I had no objections to his using ray
nntnii if lie wanted to."
"Thnldna perhaps never occurred to you
that the same might bo with Inti u n deceive i"
" Well, if uns body asks mo I tell them I mn't
the son of W. 1L Vaudeibllt. I don't know that
Gray says I am."
"Cornelius Vanderhllt is your real name ' '
Tho reporter noxt hunted for McCullnrh.
Tho house given ns his address i!ul West Nine
teenth street, Is nn ordinary lodging house.
" Hun up, Johnny, said the woman who kept
(the house, addressing a small boy, "nnd see If
any of the McCuilochsis at home.
In A few socotida Johnny yelled down the
stairs. No; thuy's all gono out."
" I don't know what his business Is, and It
nln't any business uf mine so long as they p.ty
regular for their rnomi. nnd behave thomselves.
.butgunH lie's a shoekbtoker or somothlng of
the sort, lie's a pretty hoavy-hu'lt mini a lit
tle over medium luvtghx. with grl.led hair and
whiskers that ttt.ru our; like, is over oU, I should
say. or about that, unit I think he's Scotch or
Kngllbh. No, I nevei lamrd that he Used to be
Kocrotnry of tho Ticnstrry. but ho might have
been for all I know. I don't know ant thing
about him mote than that he rents looms ttom
me for himself and fanaly."
Kdgar Gray.t Co. havo two small rooms on
the seventh floor of tlso Post building on K
:hnnge place. In tho oirterone, at the time, ot
the repot ter's visit, sat a man who exactly
Mtlted the description lavou by tho lodging
house keeper In West Nineteenth street. Ho
was busy writing. "You must not wasto time:
liurry up." said he to a small hoy, who restrained
his enetgoH,und gave up the only spare seat In
the room at the sight ot a lsitor. " There's a
pile more of circulars In that corner. Go to
work, l'old thoin on that cot nor there."
The boy wont to work nnow ut folding circu
lar?, the man who lookod like the described
JlcCulloch gnve one to the reporter to Impiess
his mind, and the reporter having rend it
fixed his attention ui-in a imicatded statement
on tho wall of what tlm "I ruled Globe taoutrlc
Light Company" had to nlTer to shuvv why pen
pie should put money Into it. The gentleman
whoo personality might have been confused
in tho rural mind with that of the ex-Seci entry
of the United States Treasury went on writing,
rewriting, striking out liken blue-pencil 11 ind
nnd amending his own mutter, getting up eopi
fur tlm printer. He wnHConstrtietingMim.. ex
amples " to t-how what stupendous piultto had
suppposably, lesulted from Investments on the
"best dlsetetion" of Dlgnr Only A. Co, The
seemed familiar In their style to the
reporter, who had seen aforetime the
Ingonlous work of tho bucket-shop keep
ers. "A, n. invented $100 In our 'pool combina
tion.' Wolnvj'Meil tho money of the pool In
II, W. nnd N, In three dajs A. 1). drew
7Qi.40as his sliiueof the Investment made by
us upon out lieu, disiieilon," That was the
sort of thing the man who resembled the do.
cr Ptlnn of McCulloch was getting up. llean
while Ir, Ldgnr Gray was engaged In conver
sation In the Inner room with a person who
was eventually let out by a side door. Then
the reporter was ushered In by the small boy.
who appeared to Ilnd in that monientaiy duly
J relief (rum, the monotony of folding nndeli
jeloplng tnd viduiil specimens of tho motin
!i"i IS "I flrcnlars and blanks in 'liemiter ro m
I he smiling oies. if the sniootlt blond giintlu
iiiitii who said his name was lMgnr Grny wero
timrp with suspicion when tho reporter untci od.
..l.iavePnllrn,lnnny0ll'" wdtl tho reporter,
t tho rouuebt of a friend, to loom eonjothinl;
of your Arm, Its responsibility, and methods of
" Who Is your friend," detnnnded Mr. Gray. ,
Thnreportertmmed tho city editor ofTituSUN.
' What Is huV
"A unlet, retired soitnf gentleman,"
W hy didn't lie come hltusolt V" he nsked.
vou couldn't expect n man of his ago to
come down here1" replied tho reporter.
saMr. GrajMtccopted the injured and surprised
tone of tho reporter ns sufficient suggestion of
his frlond's weight of yeats. He seemed to
brcntho eiiRlor, looked upon tho reporter with
a pitying smile, ns of one who would think
" lou re a chump." iiiul spoko.
" We are solid " said ho, "ono of tho most
solid houses In the street. If you havo rond
otireiiculnryou know all about ours) siem. It
Is ono by which every man who Invests with us
is bound to win. We only buy on a sate mar
gin of ll vo percent. Go Into ono of tho other
concerns one that operates on small margins
and thelltst thing you know you nrowlped out.
Hut It must bo an oxtiaoidlnnry market that
will get away with a 11 vo percent, matgln. The
market Is bound toilso.and.nllourcllentsshtill
reap tho benefit of It.",
"When a man sends his money to you does
ho not havo to trust entirely to your discretion'"
" Well, vos. In the pool combination ho must,
of eoiir-ei but he can also. If ho wishes, con
trol his own Investments, and then wo take his
enters to buy or soil. Just the saitio as any
other broker would. Hut oven then we alwajs
rniiulren llvo perient. margin, which, you see.
reduces tho possibility of loss ton minimum.
Tho pool combination Is tho safest nnd bet.
however. You simply Invest your money in
our bands and wo inunlnnlato it according lo
the points wo havo facilities for getting from
the best-Informed persons. Of course wo In
form our customers what stocks wo havo put
their money In. nnd when there Is n bnlnuco to
their credit thoy can draw It out tho samo as
from a bank."
"You refer. I observe, to Cornelius Vander
bllt. Is that tho grandson of Commodore Van
derbllt?" "Ah woll not hut a cousin of his a gen
tletnnn of high standing."
"And Mr. McCulloch; is ho tho ox-Socrotary?"
"N no. Tile Secretary's name was Hugh.
This gentloman's Is II. IV
"And Mr. IleatorV"
Is secretary of a great construction com
pany in the lloreol building "
" hat do they construct t" ..
Oh. anything. All sorts of things."
Tho last that tho reporter heard on leaving
was tho voice of the man In tho nnto-chamber
who lookod like McCulloch:
"Hurry up with those clrculnrs."
riVE HOUXDS Willi GLOVES.
Snlllvisn nnd C3oas on J'xhlbltlon llefore is
Grent I'rovwl tn Xorth Admits.
NoitTH Adams, Mnss., Aug. II). Tho adver
tised appearance of Joo Goss nnd John L. Sulll
vnn brought to North Adams to-dnv from Troy,
nttsflold, and other places a motley crowd of
spectators. Last night's 8 o'clock train from
Boston brought Kulllvnn and Goss, and thoy
met an ovation at the depot, where nenrly a
thousand men nnd boys wore assembled, who
hurrahed, clapped hands.'yellod, nnddrummod
until the two sluggers had alighted and cono
to tho Mansion House. At each station all
nlong the route from lloston men and bovs ran
through tho train nnd stopped to shnke hands
with the lloston boy. Karlythls morning Sulli
van and Goss appeared on tho st roet.fpllowedhy
an admiring crowd. At 1! o'clock they rode In a
procession behind two horses to a picnic. At
about 8:80 it was nnuotinced to the crowd that
thoy wore to nppoar on tho platform, '24 by fill,
which stood at the foot of n hill in tho grove.
On tho hill nnd about tho grounds stood be
i tvveen 7.000 and 8.U0U people. Tho hill was a
i pyramid of men, women, children, and babies.
j After v lirorous elToits the platform was denied,
and Sulllvun and Goss took positions.
Tho llrst round led off with heavy blows from
Sullivan, planted on Goss's right oye. Thoy
followed with a few parries, and then Sullivan
hit Goss another bad ono near the noso. when
tho referee called " Time I" tho round occupy
ing two minutes three seconds. Here tho
crowd surged ngalnst the slucgors. nnd tho
I policemen could not move them. Finally the
two pugilists went at it again, with only a small
clear space to jump around.
In tho second round Goss was ahead, ho
landing ono on Sullivan's nose. Sullivan fol
lowed with a heavy blow on Goss's cheek.
' They pnrrled a few seconds nnd then withdrew.
i It was imposstblo to keep the crowd back, nnd
miniature mills were begun In several parts of
tho grounds. Ono roan smashed another. A
Inr.'e fence rail, six feet long and sit inches
, thick, came down several times on different
heads, l'ollconinn Thos. Townsend used his
I billy with much force nnd uidgment. and for
nearly ton minutes mf'lees. In which over n
dozen participated, continued without inter
ruption. At about this time the staging for the
mttslclnns. which wns louded with people, fell
down about eight feet, but no bones were
broken. It was impossible to continuo tho
sparring at tho picnic on account of the smaller
mills, nnd it was resttraod nt 9:30 to-night
with a smaller audience in a large hall.
Sullivan led In tho third round to-night hv
giving Gossii severe blow on tits loft use. It
' was a short round nnd neither had much ad
vantage. In the next round Goss commenced
with a vongeanre. giving Sullivan a blow on
tho left oe. which nearly closed It. They
punished each other sevorely this round. In
the fifth and Inst round Sullivan gave Goss a
, bad blow In the eve. and they left tho stage,
Goss pulling like a porpoise.
When Sullivan entered tho anteroom h
i pointed to Goss and said, "JJnr," nnd breathed
heavily, Imitating Goss. Tho lounds were
. supposed to bo three minutes, but thoy foil
short of It. The two pugilists will tnko tho
1 Sunday morning trnin for Boston, after earn-
ing 1300 easllv. Visits from the police wero
I expected, but the threats of some of them to
i bo present only seemed to advertise the mill.
CUV 1ST TF.SX1S 11JTCU.
I Pctllt "Wlnnlnor the Chiintiilfinshlp or America
I autl is llnnilsome Medut.
Ncttokt, Aug. 13. Tlio coutt tenuis match
ot tho Casino to-day for the championship cf
America, a mngnlliccnt medal, and a largo
purse, ottracted a great deal of attention, nnd
resulted, as a majority ot the spectator de
I sired It should, in a victory for tho American.
I The contestants wero Henrv Hoakes of Mon
treal and Thomas Pcttlt of Boston. Bonkes
has twice defeated Tcttlt this week, but I'ottit
was heavily handicapped, limine yesteidny to
give 15 for a bluiue. In playing to-day for tho
championship tne conditions were olcouiso,
oven. Tim (nines Were played with a skill
never liofore Veen In this court. lioakos is a
rackot plajer. properly speaking, and not a ten
nis player, hut lm gnvo I'ettlt about all he could
do and exhibited wonderiul agility. Ho marked
M- distances well, and r.irely If ever missed a
ball thit ho madiiadend set for. I'ottit won
the Itrst two sots with comparative ease. Hint
i completed the whitewash. Hoakes started out
in the third sot with gtobs c.irolessnoss. but ho
soi-n changed his tactics and went carefully to
n.,rk making -otiiu of the tlue-t strokes that
were over mndu In nnv court. He was reward
I ed with fteiiuent applause, although it was
I evident that the svtnpath) of a m.ijotlty of the
si .viators was with the Bostoulan, In tho
I seventh game f tho third set llodkes made a
. n,i"kliuiide,l stiuko uf Mich an .tiamiliiiary
chimirter Mint tint court tmmMod with thtnp
I pl.iuse which followed it limit was atm-rlmo
iip-liill giiinofoi Koikes, who played on pluck
Ill to the end, v Inn the auiiuuncemcnt that
Pettlt had won the -i t and the match wits the
signal for enthusiastic applause, The bcoro
stood 0 to 0, G to 3, and li to 4.
Jcnnto V, Mies Woodford, Ilrnd Or, sind
Annette lUe A Itinera nt Smrntoicu.
SAr.vToin, Aug. 10. There was a large num
ber of seitAtoM at tue race track todaj, and th but
Unit was spirited. The sport opened with inlleilath
fur three ear olds whu h have net tr won a race of the
value nf I,ijo Jennie V. sold ns favorite In the pools
ut f.'(K) tn Jin for Monuri It, sicoud chnlie .Tennis V.
won by luo icncths la hand from Qua Mathews, ho
wasahead In alianc nf Monarch, with Col W at.on,
Butcaiierr I ho rt and V ampin in the or.Ur nuiued
Time, 1 :IJig I- renrh pools paid 7 to
The MIS. t Stakes fcr tniarld allies thrcquar
tersof a mile, follow. d III the pools llmvie's pMr IliS
sle and l.mpre.s sold (or $21.1 toSpju for .Northana
Miss Woodford not ali-inrtli the beslnf Hie send oa, and
was never heated, wlnnllur In a rallop by two Itninhs
from the Tarantella llllv Pearl 1 horn, Vera, .Nnrtluna
llcssie. Madrigal, and hiupres. following In the onler
named Time, 1 111. French pools paid fin 'Jil At the
start Anna I.oui.e, in an attempt at back Jiunplnir, fell
and Injured her jot ky she afterward ran awa
Hie event nf ths ilav wns tbu free handicap for all
aires, at a mile and fl.u furtnnc In the pnnls Hunt or
was the favorlie seUfnir for Tuo to tl.vi for Morris A
ration's pair creo.oio mid VVi'ddlni: Hay I'.tnd Or won
b a neck and shoulders under a heavy pull wlthC'reo
.ote seLoud, ten leuitllit in front of Husliwhiicker I.Ida
Stanhope, t'ol Spracue, Nettle, and Weditlni; Iiay nu
f.hed in Ihw order named Time, 3'1U .Mutuala paid
f7 'JO Tol Sprajue burst a blood vesset in the rare
The dav's sport ended with a free handicap hurdle race
for hII b,-" wiiuh was won bv Aunetta lo a Inu'th,
Hailfv si-cond tun Irticth in front or Cliartemajii.,
I third land NetUnulu.i lime 3 ISW. Mutuals paldfn 70
Courtney and I.re Mnfcbeit.
IlicnriKM) Si'iithos. N. Y Aug. 19. Courtney
and l,ee will ruw a mat. h race for fctiio a side, Willi a
citizens' purse of S3i added, on the 31st lust.
AVLOAT AXD ASUOIIK
Itesatta of the Valencia Hoat Club at fort Lee on Pat
l.xcur.inuof David Gideon Association to Point View
Uicurilon of the Irish Voluntesrs to Excelsior Fark
on Sunday, Ausust 27.
Excursion of the emploveet of amis 1 deoghrcan to
Aldernej Park on Moudaj.
Harvest Home Festival at Joseph Crocheron's Hay
Kide House on Wednesday,
r.xiurslnn of Bevtiilli Ward Ilrnnch of St. Patrick's
tlllanco lu llleuau's l'urk to da)
Summer nitilit s festival of the J c, Cosgrova Atsocls
tion at I, Ion 1'nrk on Wednesday.
festival nf the employees of Hard A Parsons at Wash
Initon Park Thursday afternoon and ev enliiff.
Mnth flavaiian Yolks Keith al at liiilter'i Uulegi
ltlvcr Park uu Moaduy, lussdaj, aud Weduttdiu.
CI.OSIXO VAT AT 3WXMOUT11.
Fine flport nnd m Cool Tlreere for the .TInd
up of Ike Nrason-SJeven SJplrltrd Contests.
A flno broozo nt Mouiuotitli Fnrk ycstord.iy
made adollghtful day for tho closing races of
the season. Tho sport opened with n throo-tiunrtcr-mllo
dash for the Homebred Produce
Stakes, for produce In 1870. 1500 added monoy.
Tho contestants wero Howie's Fnlrvlew, car
rIu 101 pounds, Wlthors's Fan-Fan colt, 101,
ami lluckstono, 103, nnd Dattlo-itxo Etiquette
filly. 101. Falrvlovv sold for 125: Wither',
pair. 15: llnttlo-ao filly. 15. lluckstono went
under the string In lilBJs, winning by two
lengths. Tho favorite, was second, a neck be
fore tho riin-rancolt. Mutual pools paid $13.0 '.
Tho starter's Iwll next brought out llvo com
petitors for tho free handicap sweepstakes.
tl.000 added monoy. for threo-yoar olds. Tho
distance was n mile and n furlong, and tho
entries were Jonnlngs's Infanta. 103 pounds;
Snedeker's Miss Lumley. 100; P. Lorlllnrd'H
Wyoming, 118: lledfotd Stable's Gusslo M..
OS, nnd Wlthors's Duplov, 101. Infanta sold for
foil; Wyoming. f3il, nnd Hold. 150. Near the
finish l)unle and Wyoming spurted for the
lead. The stiugglu lasted but a moment, and
Wyoming dashed In a winner by two lengths lu
'J uO'i. The enoitnppeniedtooxluiust Duplex,
and with a burst ol speed Gussle M. raced past
mill captured second place, ten lengths ahead
of Infanta, the favorite, who lod Duplex. Mu
tuals paid VM.'iO.
Tim lio.Nt race wns a fl.OOO added money
hnndlcnp sweepstakes for two-year olds, one
mile and a quarter. There were three starters,
Snedeker's Gliolln, 105 pounds: Romorvllle s
Sweet ItoniH, 100, and O, Lorlllaid'H Aella, 100.
Glioila sold for 180, Sweet Homo. 110. and
Aella. 135. Olrofla passed tho judges a quarter
of a length ahead iu !l:lliM. sweet Homo beat
Aella for second place by eight lengths.
Mutuals paid 8. ...
Tho next ovont. tho two-year-old handicap
sweepstakes a threo-uuarter-uillo uiish
brought out a big tloldol contestants. ..They
wero: Ilowiud's Fitlrwater. 87 lbs.; holly's
Holla. 107; P. laniard's Breeze. 105. and Dis
dain, 107 ; Appleby &. .Iohnson;s Carnation. 87 ;
A. Belmont's Ailamtutus. 87: Kelso sHeel-nnd-Toe.
107: Baldwin's! Onno, '.15. and Lucky 11.
100. Cnrnntlnn sold for 1 125, Lorlllard's pair
$75. Baldwin's pair HO. Bella $40, and field
$50. Carnation won in 1:1UJ. Bella was sec
ond, heading Disdain two lengths. Mutuals
Tho free handicap sweepstakes for all agos,
one mil" nnd three-qunrters. for a purs of
$1,000 added money, followed. It brought upon
tho trnck Jennings's Glonmoro. 118 pounds:
Williams's Checkmate. 118: Lorlllardr8 Moni
tor. 118iand Morris's Priam. 98. Checkmate
sold for $100: Glenmore. 185; nnd $35 each was
obtained for Monitor nnd Priam. Monitor shot
under the wire in 3:07, a winner by half a
length only. Priam left Glonmoro four longths
tiohind In the race for Becond monoy, Mu
tuals paid $27.20.
A ono-mllo selling rnco for a $500 purse was
noxt run. Tho entries wore: Davis's Constan
tino. 87 pounds; P. Lorlllard's Oueen. 60; Liv
ingston's llospodar. 100: ltockaway Statue's
Rochester. 03; McMahon's Viola. 83; and Har
beek's Marathon 104. Marathon sold for $."0;
llospodar. $35: Queen. $25; Viola, $30; and
Hold. $30, Mnruthou won by n length in 1:44V:
Hospodarwns second, four lengths ahead of
yuecn. Mutuals paid $21.80.
A handicap steeplechase over tho full courso
ended the meeting. Tlio contestants were
Brady's Guv, with 145 lbs.; McMahon's Iko
Bonham. 150: ltockaway Stalilo's Joo Hunt, 120,
and 1'iilix. 147. Iko Bonlinm sold for $75; Felix.
$45: Guy, $25. und Joo Hunt. $10. Tho race
was n procession from tho start. Guy running
second to tho Invorlte, who jumped beautifully.
Iko Bonham won lu 5:1G1.'. Mutuals paid JJJ5.
lluse llnll Testerdur.
There wero 7,000 people In tho enclosure nt
the Tolo grounds yesterday to see the last contest of the
month between the Chicago champions and the Metro
politans. On the irrand stand were more ladles than
have been present at any name since the Yale and Prlnce-
iton match In May. The Kme proved to be very excltlnit,
and was won only by an accident, a ball thrown to third
to cut oft a runner ittancincoff his back, and enabling
I him tn score thi run It waeltnO up to the Seventh
I luninz". when csch side added a single run Afterward
i both uln.s fnlled to score, and the champions cauie ill
victors b - to t The score was:
r. Is p o. a e r.lbpo,A,f
natrymple.l.f 0 0 I u o Nt-lion, s. s.... o o 3 S 0
t)rt, c f . .1110 o Hradr, r. f . o o o n n
hVIIv. 3d h .1 'i 0 4 o Clnpp, c . . 0 1 0 0 .1
Anson, 1st b. .0 III O 1 Itelllr. 1st h . .0 1 0 O o
Williamson, c 0 1 o 0 Larkln.Sd b .. 0 0 4 a 'J
llurns. s s .0 1 o 6 2 Kelp. M b . ..1 O 1 I 1
iinMsmith, p. o o ii 4 I Clinton, c. f o o 1 1 o
Mcol. r. f. ,0 0 1 I 0 Kennedy, 1. f o 0 .1 I 0
yuct.i'db o o a o o Ljnch, p o o o a n
Totals 1837S 4 Totals 1 -J 271 J s
Chlcain 1 o 0 O O o 1 0 o-a
Metropolitan o oooool o o i
rtrst base by errors Chicago 3; Metropolitan, 3.
Earned runs Chicago, : Metropolitans
1 be I.eafttie g ames yesterday resulted as follows t
i Hunalnvs U.i.tnu.at Uostou. 4 to 1
rrnvideiu-e vs Petrolt at I'rol tence. 0 to.
t'ie.elandvs Worre'ler, at Worce.ter Mto7.
I'hlladelphta vs Iroy at I'liilwlelphla, s intl.
At Cincinnati 3e.terday the home team defeated the
Rultlmores tivOto 1
1 be James VcCreerv A Co nine defeated tbsheppard
Knnpp A ro nine vesterdat bv l to s
The Wm Cuckcrofu ,lr , base ball nine defeated the
Tlaikensak team at Itackensack, IS to 7
The empto.ers of VV o Hrown ,t Co. defeated tho cm.
plovets ot Hideout A Co hvlOtotl
The employees (tf WoiKlman.ie A Oarstde defeated tho
employees of IMwin C, lliirlhy 14 to 11 ln71unln;s.
1be.MjstUsof Harlem wero defeated at Jvewark by
the Dotuastks; store, s to 3
John J smith lata of the Troy nine, will Join the
Worceslers on Muiida as Ar&t baseman, while sloiey
will noli ft field
On Krldnv nu.ht the Cleveland, released Easterbrook,
and the Worceslers suspended hichmond for poor placing.
'n'lnoers at Ilrlcb-ton Itcneki.
On tho Brighton Beach race track yesterday
four out of the Ave favorites veers beaten The Orel race
was for a pursa of $2to, tor maidens of aliases, seven
eighths of a mils, Ulush Itoss sold for $0. Nol Pros,
.MS; field, f-'H Larry Hart's ch h Little Ifan-y wonbv
a nose, mush r.ose second. Sol Pros third. Time, 1 J ill
rbe set on.t raie, for a purse of $ 200, one mile and a
quarter, hud seven starters W. C Pal) s entries )tnnk
and llnli lto), sold for 100. Marchioness r, Katv
Creil.fll, field, Ml Marchioness won In 3;ll'.' haly
Cn el ets'und.ciarlssiiua third. Mutuals paid fl7a.'i
The third race, for a purse of j. j, for all aces, halt a
mile, had eliht itarters llartleld sold for $SO, Tona
wanda f.W. alack lial.f'C., ilrll JS Black Oalwon,
Tonawanda second, Uidouln third Time, MX seconds
The fourth race, for a purse of S-JOO for all arc, on
mile, hud six starters, lirdoiiln sul.l at $so, Juu Vic
r.owan.fV). L. B Upracut.MUi Ileld.tJV 1. It. SiTaJue
won, Wakefield second, lieduulu third Time, 1 4i .Mu
tuals a d Sid vi.
The nf III and last race of the day. for a purse of fjio.
for all rues, onu mile und a half, over six hurdles had
four startir. Jim VuiuHrvesr sold for Ww. lielle of
the North, $Jltflrld run Jim Vaudervear won, II. Il.
ot the .North second, ISol Pros third. 'llme,3.U5. Mulu
Alnneir Xreded ftr tho Klll Match.
Tho Xatlonal Rifle Association asks on Its
own Lu hull and on heha'f of the National tluarit for con
i trlbullons todefray ths expenses of making the Inter
I national inlluuiy match Ihornuihly successful ft has
I not money rnoush to entertain properly the team of
British volunteers which will shoot against National
do ml. men at Crcidmoor In sfptniber. and fanuu Is
ueedixl to ia the expenses of the return nmich st
VVnubl'ilon in 1NS3 It Is iilan desired in estaUllih a
i smiHlile Inti-rnational imhtHry trophy to be shot for
nt Creidmoor and Wimbledon alternatel). Conlrlbil
i tion. ni-ty be sent tn Hen i: I. Mnimeiix, lis! tiiitou
street, lleo t Heahtiry, 31 I'latt street Col .1 II Cow
perlhwait, 70 Pine street i or to sny director, at the
otitic ot the association, PU William street.
AVulcrlim l'lnco Athlolles.
Tho second annual summer nthlotia games
held at Southampton, I. I , In which the most of the con
teslants war from this city, resulted as follows Pi
)ard;run, Harris first, Dsrrlckson second Time, 13 sec
onds. Running high Jump Thome flrst, Johnson sec
ond; heuht, 0 feet 3 inches, 3.ii.vard run, handicap
Perrickson, scratch, first, Johnson, 36 vnrds.stcnnd
no time taken MuunltiK broad Jump Thome tlrst,
Johnson seiou t, distance li feel u inches Sack rnco,
H i led Ue Hunt tlrst, fliouia. sei'ond. Time, 14 sic
onds. Mr. Oils won tha hop rce. Tho trnck was bud
In many States pralria chicken shooting opens on the
IMh of this month The birds win be abundant
A regular campaign Is being conducted against grizzly
bears In Untie County, Cal , where the bears kill sheep
Joseph r I'leinlng, the champion swimmer of Califor
nia Is lu town aud ready to hear from all tho other
Joe Jefferson, tho aetor, with his son Tom, are fishing
lu the Maine lakes Mr Jefferson oniiijs tent life. I.iun
at his home at llohokus, he frequently sleeps lu a tent
Tug Vi llion has oftired rW to anybody, Including sul
livun an I hlhott, who will knock him out in Howe's
opera Mouse. Urligcport, on Momlav night, lladlei.the
oolorcd pugilist, nt itt'vdgcport, will try.
Unwell will sail for Sew Vork on the Sth Inst Intake
purlin the October race In Malison sipier umdeit
llHtil will follow some days later Hart, Noremac und
riWi:erald will be among the contestants,
Onoriis (lal.el of Now York and A II More nf VVVst
Clit.ti r who are in row a three mile race on Little Nei k
lta nu t lnesda , put lipt he tlllal diMmsIl ln.t liluht
W ll Curtis wiltheretcrciiand Wm. McCoy, stakeholder
There was nn exciting race between a trotting hnreu
and it bicic.c recently front Sapasee to Kingston, Cm
ala adlstaiiceof twentv rhemile Tim horse covered
thedl'tanceln two hours and fltteeu minutes, the blcy
clu coiulug in live minutes later
The fa' )0 slakes for the collar-and elbnw wrestling
match between James vtiCorinlck of Itrooklyn ittnl
Vllchnel llonnliile the cbiiiiilon light vvelght, wirn
posted at the I'ulUt l.tirttlr nl'lc-i vestunlay Hie
wrestling will be at lilt ernla Hall Hold street, Urook
I; ii, on Tuesday night , best two in three falls
The Mains lakes and "IIJcnifs.es are belnjt visited by
muni sportsmen I'ndcr the game laws or that Slate
wild fowl are not In season until September, deer not
until October, and woo Icock and arouse not until Sep
tt-mber. while quail are protected by taw until Septem
In North Yorkshire. Knglnnl, an obelisk eight feet
high Is soon to be placed on a well-known moor On It
Is InsLrlbrd "At Oils stand weru shot till grouse at n
single drive lasting twenty-eight minutes, hv sir Irul
arlck Vlilbunk, Itart.nn Ibtvuih August, IN7J, at whlih
time Joseph OnlllliBOll was heud keeper, lirsrtcit bv
Lady Mtlhank lu coinmemoratlon, Ibtrj Total bag Aug
ao. I87;.j,o7iiarou(slxsliootsrs) total killed lu the
seaiou, 17,tiUi uu W lunncijilll Moor."
NEWS FROM ALL THE WORLD.
JiOMAXCE, U'isnoST, ASI) FUN COM-
nroasht nnd Prayer In lOlfl.
rrm the Aio Haven ntQitttr.
U'llllam Hnhb.ard of Ipswich, Mnn In hift
"motor) of ih Imllan Wiri. .irlrmd In U77,Rtvr the
fnlloulnn qukl"t tuoryof a lroiuht tn Connfcticnt tn
Augit, ifl.u. The writer otttientrrsthe was Mr ntch,
thp nilninti rn Nortcli
" rnncernlns the Drfniuhti the true NtrrattTenf that
rrnMtiice Is IIiIh In Auituit taut. inch an thrWAnt
nt lUlntlmt the IndUit i-rn was not only ilrtl ami
i. re tnd tin, hut th Apple Trrrn UlierM, the 1-ruit nii'l
U Awn ftll off ns In ititinn anJ fotneTreti reftnM to
Ik Utitrt uith that I-romtht; the Indian, tame Into town
Hiivl iiui LnnisMit itnlr U'nnt of Kit In an. that tliflr
raatr, rmiM i-ft nonr In thflra n Worhlp. tie
flrlnx in that I uoi.M .ifeK tMloJ for llaln. I avpoinlfrt
n Hut iii fur that rnrpr-rve. The Vny blnj:
come It nrotil a ( If'ir Dav without kiij
rinii.li until nmli rtun tttln?, when we (aine
iron, the MiMlnii, nl then oiiif Otnuiti aroie,
the next I iintamiiit'Ioudv then nfm with mniiy
lnt.Hi.R cnif tn in) hotifir nof lmiif nltd thrr ni
null wnnt itf I. tin, I nRkul uhellier it (lul NhntiM tml
tin Hani lif wtitiM not attrlliiite It to their I'awnuti.
Ilr tiwrri-l. Nn, for tltM'hn-t ilonot heir I ttermntl.tinil
nil In nliii I renUt1, If )ii will tltrlarc It heforo all
theu liiiiuim ou kltail ie whiit tlixl will do for n, For
ulthoiiitli tliin ear lm lnttli ihowu IiIh Amrer h train t tho
KuBllch mit not on I mraltift the I ml Inn f. yet ho hut It
1'eiriin lomteiiM an.l I have fouhrt. hv Kxnerlence twice
In the Uko raM where we eotntht hlin hy Kattnir and
I'rmer he hath plveii tin Haiti n(t netr denied n
Then Vncim male n urrat Hpen h to the tmllanMnlilch
wero iinn)confee1nii that If Onrt ehotiM etnl naln It
cmM mil tio u'crthrfl to their l'anMne, but must he
fuknnwlf.tuM tn he an attewer toinir l'ratere. Thleilav
tliti ioih, uprrftl ntoreinnt the next Dav there whi
niirh n I'lentv nf Italn that tnir Bh er roie more than two
foot In Height "
A I.iiruo Verdict fur Siipplylnff Impure
From the Lcti'Uin Timet,
At LootK on Thuraday. Anc. .1, tho oupo of
"Ml l nee vi. iUK orponttlon r llLiMurili'ld" wm heaM
leforo Mr .Inntlcu latlit'N. . I hi cae wan one of a inott
itnportant ehnrachr and excited conMlcrable Interest
The pUiniirr, Kdnlicitfir prarllrln at lludtlerir.eld. had
MitTered tTent iitjurlta h ilrlnxinii wattr that had heen
Bupt'Heil hy the corporation, whh li hal i rodurtd leml
potioniiikT The plttsiitllt rare wat thai the cleftmilunt
hit fatltd In thtlr Mntutitrv duty to eupply ntire and
wliolrKotne water for domeetic purpoice. or tliai the de
fendant had fulled todUcharye thecoinmon lawduty to
Hiipi ly water that ws lit for conumaUou, Hntptoma
of k'ad polionlnir net In shout a year asot and elnce that
time thit plHlntltl Imthecu In a inoittrttlcal condition
Atonotlnic he loit hie reason for VDwral da) I, helng
attacked h a form of delirium eomiMent with lead pot
voiititsT He n affected t writ dropping and other
vtroiur liidlcailditti of lead pniotilnn and In conrsenuenee
of hi llhteRM hli pr act let rmi creatlv redncel. The wa
ter which tlm pulittllT drank after ltnin? the main
p timed into the plaintlfl'n premea throuclt leaden
eervicepIpM, wlitch had t.een put down hy the cort ora
tion at the requft anil at the expenie of th ptalntltT or
liU landlord It waa hunt I v disputed by thedefeinlante
that this water was niiwholtiiie and had Injured the
plulntilT. and bv tha plalntlifthat the water In the main
wan in the Mine natural comlltlou as received from the
eprliift and w ai wlioleaom
The main question w ai, whether It wm the duty of the
corporation toitipply water to the plaint 1 17 that wo Id
tn- wholfiome after palne throuch the laleri nervier
plpct. or whether their obligation wat discharged b
Ntinplytntr water that wai wholeeome at the time when
It left the main.
The only matter for the Jury was to as test the amount
of compensation that tho plaintiff would be entitled to in
caoeitehoitll ultimately l decided that the Plaintiff
was entitled to succeed. Tho jury awarded I.UOO
The case wan then adjourned In order that the que
tloua of law might be argued before the Judge in London
Schltcniimu'a Lsttett Flntla nt Troy.
from the London Builder.
Tho wlfo of Dr. Schllomnnn. a Greek lndy.
who Is an intelllk'tnt and rtithu. attic aisietant nf her
husband In his archaeological reoeorches, has Just dc
scribed In a letter addressed In Greek to the Athens
Journal Jlfitta. tune of the results of that explorers
latest excavations on the situ of ancient Troy.
lhu unter says; " Close to the spot which we consider
to be the site of Troy there are the remains of two build
lops, which, tn the opinion of our two architects, Dr
Dorpfeld and tlerr Otter, represent two temples The
appearinceof th two bulldimts It so different that they
cannot l said to resemble any of the well known
ancient temples with tho exception of that of Hera at
Olympia This, according to ratieauias, was tricted
probatdy about 1U" ll i The 1rtof our two temples
nt l"ruy is .to metres In length and 13 metree in width,
while the walls are I 4 iimtrcs tn thickness. lh other
tmple ts 'JO metres lonz and 7 metres broad, the wall
Mm 1 a metres in thickness It is notlccahl that the
walls Hre built in a different tnsnner In the tlrst thre
aroim Joinings with clay, hut in the second there are
ltirire commissures tilled wtthclav.sllphtly burnt
'The inference is tlmt the two tempies wvrt built at
dlfferunt pertuds, and that that first described is older
than the second As I have abota mentioned, the
bnalth of tho first temple Is 13 metres and thtt leiwth 30
metres t It is scarcely credible that the roof could te
solid and without anv supports, though of the latter, at
any rate, there is nothlnc now to be found Throughout
the ntire 'Iliad' of Homer w find no mention of sueh
supports, while in the Odjesey, where thev are spoken
of, they an- described at helmr of wood. Assuming now
that there had been wooden supports lit the first temple,
they could not have stood on a floor of clar Thetv must
haif been a stone foundation beneath thein; irt nothing'
of the kind is now to be discovered on the spot."
From the Austin Dltvatek.
Jim Wobstor is onn of tho most uprlflht ne-
f roes in 4utln, and ethels peculiar. Not lone llnea
te brought a lardo package, of coffee to the store ot a
whit i.fUhbor, and said,
" 1 tou2ht dts coffee, at da store ob Mr. Hotchklns, an
t Jes Vnows he has chestet me out en more dan a whnU
pound tn de wehfht. I Jes kin ftelde llphtness. Dar
nhntildbeten pounds, an I'se sho dsr's not more than
eik'ht pounds He ttiil his ! to chtat poor cullud
folks w hat hain't cot no -.env '
The white niiglibor too the packaire, and, after weigh
inr It carefully on bis r alts, ) i
' oti are mistaken Jim He has rien rcnapounl
anl a halt too much there ere eletin and a half pounds
in the parkas initial of ten "
cr don t ea eo. boss. I was so sartln dat he was
Cihben toe Debt mi'ht dat, unbeknownst to him, Jess to
tret ehin, I lifted off de shelf a pair ob fine boots, wutT
W, in balancw der account,"
MYtll, now you see that he hain't cheated you, I sup
post jou win do what Is rifiht "
"You bet I win, boss. Tie gwine right backterdat
store ter do w hat am rlsht "
" Aro i ou goinp to return the bootsf
',No, bnss I can't alfortl to make anv itieli sacrlflces
as dttt I'so a poor nitler, ef I ts honest I can t afford
ter make anybody a present ob skh a lilzlt priced pair
ob boots, but I m swine ter ttih him back dat extra
pound and a half of coffee I almires librralttv, I does
nn from now on I e a-uina itr du all my tradln' with
bun now dat he hi worked hUself Inter nn coniideuce
He shan't lose nuthn by my hottest) e( I kin hu.p tU"
A JJfcoiT nettle tvltk n History
From the fhnrrr Tritnt
For ftonirt day ("tt tho Into coldfln enclo
plael on exhltutitn tn front ot the cori&sltr store In
the Windsor block has receivM much attention, but the
utanv ho hav waiet at It In wonderment have little
thought that the bird had a history quite traffic in detail
The story has been told In paragraph, but neter In de
Last February a ranchman living near Vorth Platte,
Nebraika, was prepartmr to take h's famllvtotonn to
spend und ay HIichtM, one ear of a?, was lft alone
In the wazoit which was to si?re as a means of convey
anee. while the father went hack While he wa
tn the house h heard the shrieks of the bnbv
outside, and rushinc tn the door, found the ittl.
one lu the cruel talons of a hwjre bird, which was
ilowly nscendtn?, strMiw to escape with its precious
prire The father w-as at first unable to moe. topreatly
afraid was he that the bird would drop the tittle one to
the around. Rut t eft-re the eale iould gt out of reach
the farmvr secured his nun and flred. Tho bird catno
down sbtrtlv, and It was thought the child would t-o
suwd, but when within about ten fet td the ground the
child wn dropped, the eaj'.e laudin n-ar it The bab
was killed instantl by the fall The ragU was riddled
with shot an t was suppraed to be dead lie v. as pitted
lu u box aud sent tor. taxidermist In this city, who, upon
openiiu the box. foun 1 the bird still alie lie wat care
fully nursed, and la now as w ell as u r.
Dr. Ilevhre's lit Kit.
From, th liiKhest'r Ezprus,
Tho nll-Rbiorbinc tonic on tho stroetft of
Drockfortis thatnf Lr nerbceskit. Afewwoeksazo
the Portor told the butsnf a kite ha made In Madison
t'ounty. The story aslaree, unl tbosj who heard It
doubted the Doeinr's erllllty but the Doctor, in order
to keep his credit unM, toll a couple of younu lawyers
that he would makennother if thev would furnish the
string to which the aireM Tbrt kite was made ant
the sirinu, which was a coil of three eliihths rope iienrl
sono fi)t n lenzth, was ordered and came front
Itnchester hout i this afternoon tho rop an I kito
wir taken on onth atmiie and, to tlm astonishment
of tho hundreds of spcu itor the monster shot Into the
Air lUe a balloon Tho (ra.newit made of linnher two
ittt'lii it wide by half an Inch thick, and was corred with
Manila paper flte surface contained neurit 2V)siure
fett fter the monster had ffoate 1 a mile hlsh for a
luupleor huurs the problem of gettitm it down wus next
in order and ws not ttCComitllhe I until Mr Cary
brought a pulley and leant and hauled it down.
Fnsclnutcil by tin Alllsulur,
From th' Torontti Vnlt,
An oyo-wltnota nf tho foltowinsr Incident
wrltr's ( was at the Zoo eeUrdav ami saw BOiueihiuc
which Is worthy of brim? mentioned one of the trulls
i ii tared ths pon 1 whero tlu alltjator was Uzllv proi el
lin himself about mid prnccedud to enjoy its-slf In its
(inll t'.etuent Uut the xye of the scaly monster was
upon It, and the mesuti.rlo Influence of its ulaiuc was
Koon r lu It wns impostflble for Ihrt gull to resist the
baletul tilareot M) t.aiirlau. inch by Inch It was uttrict
til to thoutlijatnr. puerlesstn resist the fluctuation,
until It i' amo rbxc enoiiM'li for the reptll to onn Its
mnmmoth Jnws und .rulp down tho lm kless bint Alter
hulii,ideoureditaprev the alligator lank to the hot
tutu to digest its meal."
A Snae AVouiun AVunts to b Dcctnred m,
From the Pall Mall Gazette.
Thfl Irish Vi eo-Chun sailor hud rmforo him
elerda iiii -I) in Uitbltn, a curious rase A lalv
named Koo pviltlonet tho I.nrd Ohunrellor to have bur
nelf declared a lunatic, tut stated that she hal been pio
nounced Insane by a niudteal pentleman It was e
phiiiti'd by counsel that ihe'Udv had been unfortunately
aiUed to adont that courso t obtain the Lord Chan
teltor's protfftlnn In reiiiit uf legal procedlniis abnut
her properly hhe had alwavs been perfectly sane. The
he t'liuiicallor urdired an luquirr to be made.
Why We AVere Hcatcu at Hull Hud.
From the Full MatlGut'tte
Whon ('ol. HuniRity vtn truvolllnff In fipnln ho
fell In with .Mr 1 illinore, an ex I'resl lent or tho t'niied
Mates and on ono olcasIoii they wero talking with the
American Consul at Harceloua "I was much amtiSHl,"
sajsUol Hamsly, bv the said Consul tiinitne round
abruptly to me. apropos of tintliln in particular, aud
asking mult I knew why their army ran away at Hull
Hun I Of L'oursti I said no , and looki d properl) crave iu
the presence of a distlmtulshnd e t'ie(dent and an ottl
itulo," llic I'nit'd Mutes Ho thuti i iforui.'d in that n
tclivtun. lud beiit retlcd atthu hiiibii triers ot the
uriny to the effect that u aluai it upt omimnit In the
rosttflllcti wa then acaut at Now ork, and thatewry
ono bolted to try and secure it,"
A Cyclone lu n Curop Meeting,
from the Gaineitllle Ueierian,
ThU mormntr sorvlc.1 nt the Fish Crook
(Ifxasi fftinp iiHtiiinrf had pasted pteasautl. and tho
throuti dikpersed into the trnts atnl into small groups
h-rs anl there f'r their renast lime wore uu until
aboitt sMt'clock r, M., wbsn dark clou-Is beweu to oer
cloud the ek, and still later the thunder to peal and
threaten storm, till about half an hour later the storm
beaatt to ratio, the air to sparkle with electricity, and
thoiireadtiil cyclone to play among the great trees and
frantic people, rooplv were llftod ftoin their feet by
the terrible electric bolt, and massive trees were struck
and prostrated here and there, while irtant oaks and
elms of three and four feet In diameter were twisted
and laid prone as U a match People ran pelt mell In
utter contusion, while Imrsrs he-run' frlnhtened and a
number atainpeded Children were lost and othcre
picked up to he borne to safrtv One father, whose
name we were unable to learn, fell with hts child and
broke its arm. Another also was hurt, but tha most se
rlous casualty was the falling of a laipe treentertha
boarding tent of Patterson h Btoers. in which were
number of people. It came eras In tig down, demolishing
the tent, anl frfl across the person of Mrs. L. M Hums,
crushing her to the ground, Hbe was finally extricated,
Sir, Metlloy and (Wo Altlsntor.
rromthe UMikintviU DUpatch.
. A few d.iya ayo Mr. Daniel H. Malloy, a well
known citlreii ut i elf air County, (Jeorgta, was fishing
for trout In hti mill pond, Mulch 1 a large sheet of
water. HtlcKlntt his pole Into the hank, aud leaving a
minnow i Uylnpon his hook, he went off to catch more
minnows for halt. Durln his ehscttce a ery Urpf
trout struck his hook and swallowed the batt, becoming
eecurelv ratened bv the hook When Mr. Mallny re
turned he saw his pole beltu pulled about the pond some
distance from land He undressed hltmelf and swain
Into the pond after his pole and, finding a very large
trout on the hook, he inserted his fingers In its gilts and
started for the shore Hearing u enlah in the wattr,
aud looking In tho direction, he was horrified nt seeing
an Immense ulllueior making Uln-cMy toward him Tho
ffsli was rloit tderlng on tha surface, and the alligator
made the water foam. .Mr .Mallow saw that he would
ctrtalnlv be attacked hv the monster, and at once threw
the ilsh from him nnd rneed his efforts to reach land.
Kortunately he pained shallow water In time to use bis
feet on tha bottom, and ran out as quickly as his
strength would carry him The alligator followed him
to within a few feet ot the bank,
From the Utica Ottterwr.
The conductor of one of tho ContraMIudflon
trains placed three a'td ptople in charge of Officer
Charles Clark at the depot to hn escorted to one of the
hot-Is (n the walk from the depot the old gentleman
walked off riitht briskly, and retnitrked to Officer Clark
' You are In charge nf three prtty oil people, Mr To
Uceman How old do son think I amT"
Officer Clarkoh, about 75 or t hereabouts ; but you are
tt pretty sinsrt walker for that age
O. it Ha hal Wltv, my friend, I am Utt years old,
my wlfs, bare is Id, and this sountt dnuahter of mine is
K)vearsotdl What do ou think of that
Officer Uark thought that he felt like taking off his
hat to the last centtirv, and did so Further inqutrj re
sealed the fact that the idd tteutleman told the truth.
His naiTy, was J Fish He nnd hts family had been Uv
inglnTeias Tor manv cars, anl they waid they were
coming bnck to LowsMlle tn be burial. The daughter Is
a widow with no familv. From all appearances Mr
Hsli&nd tan lily wlllllve for several ears to come.
How They Looked.
From the Vetrolt Ft re Frett.
On tho Jeffornon nwiuuo lino the other dny
a man with an umbrella and a womau with a basket
were the only occupants of a car for seserat blocks The
man not only stared at her, but rested his umbrella on
his chin and tuokalomc look Dhesvaaat ffrst nersous,
then ext-d, and by and bj the cried out;
" Why do you stare at me lu this rude manner !"'
"I am not staring at you to bo rude, madam, but
almtdy to study you "
" ell, I w ant ou to stop It "
"Certainly, madam, but I assure you that 1 wat re
garding vou in the light of a pieci of statuary "
" Thai's all rUht. a r, an 1 I li.iv c been regarding . ou In
thelliiht ot abahboon; but we'll both quit guarding or
one of us wilt walk the ret of the way home'"
He turned his head and regarded the ba:k end of the
horse In the light ot a beautiful landscape, built dldu't
stem to really satisfy his artistic longings.
Mr IBurntim'a Ilurglur Alarm
From the BrUeport Standard,
Mr. P. T. Burnum LMigrstB that nil bunrlnr
fearing househopls or occupiers nf Isolated buildings
shall udopt the latest protective measure detised bv
himself In uddition tn all the ordinary apparatus of
offence and defence, such as firearm, burglar alarm,
telephonic connections with other buildings and the po
Ike station, electric bells that reach the houses of em
ployecslu the neishborhood, Ac , he has had placd on the
outside of bis house several large gongs artfully ton
cetled among the ornamentation To these songs are
attached stout ropes which fall Into various bedrooms,
both up nnd down stairs, so that any of the inmates
hearing suvptcloti noise can alarm the "entire ndgh
borhood without leasing tils or hr room.
A Pletol Ilall Cnrtoua Coarse.
trow the StJoiepU Herald.
Last nltjht OfQcer Ksgort nrrn-itod n fsutpl
clous cbar.icter, and on tuo way to the cUaboose tho
prisoner eacared The officer pursued him down Juie
street, aud, a he turned south on Second, drew bis re
snlser and flred, Tho ball struck in the street In front
ot Charley Allison's Ocm sabmn, and, dancing upward,
p-tsr-ed through the plate glass trout There is an inner
i vias.. enclosing the show wtttdiiw, and the ball passed
( throtuh this also Strlklnc the wall bhlnl n large mtr
ror, it glanced, made Its mar on a email picture frame,
struck a pirtltton at the end of the bar. mid, makinj a
complete circuit of the room, fell at tbu feit of a custom
erin front f the bar. sshen It was picked up and found
to be considerably battered. The prisoner escaped.
Catch I nu n. rich ere I by tkje Wroog End.
From the Home Sentinel
Alexvnpru Day, Aul-. 12. On Triday. Auk.
11, Mr Hawthorn, while fishing for bass with light cut,
hook and leader, felt a heavy pull ou his tackle. Mr
Hawthorns was feeling a little drowsy and not pasta
any great attention tn flsttlntr, tut the pull woke him up
sharpl.s, The fish went off with the lino like a horse,
and nearly succeeded In taking rod und all, but Mr
Hawthorne put on all the strain be could and stopped It.
Then for about thirty minutes it was pull Ushfrman pull
fish At list, to the n'tonWument of Mr. Hawthorne and
his oarsman, the tall came up flrst, about the size or a
lady's fan, ThHAsti's welaht was 11 pounds. It appears
the pickerel made a dash for the minnow, and by some
means got the line ronud Ua tall, forming a hair hitch.
It was lively fun for the fisherman while It lasted.
A Cat Fstictnutcd by n 111 nek Snake.
From I Torringion Knitter
Ono day lant week Mr. John D. Bnldwln'-s
-e.r ant Ctrl calltvl franticalls to Mr Baldwin aivtng
"Tliero is a snake tn the kitchen " Mrs Huldw in, taking
a cane, went ilown into the kltehen anl fnuul a hhtck
snake coiled up in a chair, making faces at the cat which
sat on the floor near his snakesnip and was apparently
fascinated und completely In his power, her hed npcil
lit trie correspoodimtly to that of the snake. The an
peaDinccof Mr. IJallwln on tne scene broke the speft,
and the snake left the chair and attempte-d to climb th
window- casing, but a few well directed blow he the
plucky little woman laid htm hnrs dii combat, while the
cat went outside the door and stretrhed herself out and
lay apparently lifeless for some time.
Currying nn Arrotvhcnd Sixteen Tears.
Vom f,v Knntat Cty Times
Drs. J. I). Griffith und A. M. Lewis yoMerrlar
performed a suri.'lcal operation upon lieorgu I l!e
tiold. by which a stoJ arrowhead was remo.ed from
his l.ack at a point two inches to the tt of the spinal
column and two inehe telow the surface Mr Revmdds
is a prominent tnck man of Fort ilrtmn, Texas Sixteen
years ago, lu a skirmish with Ind.ans, he wss wounded
an arrow entering bis abdomen and pasting thioush tho
abdominal cavity. He pulled the kliaft nut, and, con
trarv toallprecdlent, recoscrml from the Injury in ten
dao. He experienced, no trouble from the arrowhea 1
until about a ear a.-v The operation wa& perfonntd
yesterday withoot chloroform, and the patten la In a
fair way tobo all right aaln lu a few days.
Jawelry Going Out of Fashion In Fnglnnd.
From the innion norU
For potscsaora of cood jewelry the nfToctatlon
is, excepting on ureal occasions, ueser to d.spUv it
Naked arms and throats in thr young gree4 one oueserv
tide Let anyhodv who doubts this cast an ere round a
dinner table In the country It will then be pereejwd
that thnie kqpwu to hase untoM wealth In the shap of
these refinements of the toilet hlddt iu their dresin
' boxes onlv nll'-w them tn shine b tlwir absence Then
turn to the roorer cotmtrv nelghbor, and It will lm
found that they cirr all tbctr little voettrn outhetr
persons in the shape ot baiw.ei, chains, it., with accom
1-an Ins gold locket.
The Fate oftke Orecdy Pelican.
From thr GriWey lleratd.
Fred McCarthy, nn nimchi5of tho Utmhi. met
with a singular adventure while flthlUrT In TrcshT's
slough Sunday He nal caiiglit a small catflih, weighing
probably a quarter ot a pound, and was stmrln(r it Into
shore wVu n hu,.e pelican sn poped down, g.bblrd the
fish hook and all, and smrted to flynwar The seu
grass Hue proset too strorufor the bird and after a
hard at ru .isle Fred lulltd the bird to lerra ilrma,
where he si)edlly despttchel ll with a club and got his
Ilsh Tht bird measure I thiee feet six Incbe. trout tip
to tip of us win;i, and wtlgiud about nine pounds and
A roollaa Isltile Olrl.
From, th liullanapolU Journal.
Ida Voniher-. tho lU-yrar-old stopdauchtor
of Allen K .-pauldlng, an enifinter on the t ,m I,
and C RiUroat. became iucsiised at lh:r mother, who re
bukedherfor some misconduct, and, proceeding to the
svoodsbM In th- rear of the residence, fastened one end
ot a piece ot clothoslluc to raftr and. get ting on a saw
buck, tied the other cud about her young neck ant
launched herself as she thought iuto eternity blio was
cut dor, n by her brotlur and resuscitated.
The Nirnne on the Hirer Thames.
From fa' lonion Timet
Tho omelalA of tlio Crown nnd Dycni nnd
Vintners companies hae Just compteted the numbering
aud tin king of the swum on the Thames between South
w.irk Hridi; an t lleulty There aie now upward of 4(.s)
old birds and osmietaon the upper river tuarl 3lji of
which are the nroi erty of th rrown, the remolndcr be
ing owned bv the Vintners und Uers ooui panics
A Bckente to Tlnuttriipt Allddlelmry ColleRe.
Fion the Vl)QinU City liUeryrlse
Col. Comlns of WlnnomuoealmmUdUorod to
tho rreatJetit nf Middleburv Tollce, Vermont, the title
dee Is to the Rose Creek silver mine, in the .-lerra inlnln
district, in Humboldt County. Thevulue, as estimated
by thegler.tS3),Wj. The condition of the gtit t that
Itf hall go toward the buildimi of a "hall of science"
which bhhll bear the name of tho gior.
A nitnplo Expression nT Faith,
From the, st louU rtepuhUran
Ahonutiful flor.il offorincrnt tho rorontfuno
ral of Harvard student sent bv the cUssniates of the
deceased boru tho letters Y h No one understood
their significance, but natttrallv they were supposed to
Indicate omu noble sentiment lu classic or modern
phrae trlend whose curiositv whs grst flnall
asketl their meaning of one ol the stu lettts " hy, 'isee
uu Later,1 of course ' wus the ansiror
"Wren lliilHtliiK u v( In is Letter llox.
Fiomthe f.ontion lei'ytaiih
Intho vllliurtiof HiittnHuld in n lottorbox nt
the t ntrance gate lu a garden about t flic sards from
thri liiiusH and close to the toad, in w Inch the rural po)
man dallv ilepoitta letter and uewspiptra Inside of
this a couple or wrens have fur several star built their
nest Iheeifgs hive hmtilaid and niM) hatch, d i h
birds have aialn vislleil their ob) bret ding place this j i ur
TUu xlunjii ut the hc.isltlc.
From the Witttrbury Amrrlran
m ThohaniolsloomliiKa fnvorUo Inatruraont
for fashlonaole voting ladies iu Waterhurv as well us ut
Mount Uesert. It is sll that among the urn phtvers at
Mar Harbor are the UN its May and the daughters of
AttncUrd li) Islontisnn Wolves,
Fwm the ltul Globe
A Ron of Mr. S. A Thomiw)n of Moundf Vlow
township, Ham)' I'mini), Miiiii U now (it ilontui a
Territory In a ncnt Utter to his parents he narrates
lowenf his bunting adventures He details a rather
tarlllna adventure with wolves. Ho had pursued a
wounded deer some three miles from UU camp when the
darkness of night ovsfiook him. On hts way hack to his
camp, where he had left his companion he found himself
u4 lenlr surrounded hy a numerous pack of large, blark
lnntana wolves, the moon was thlulng brttftitjj He
could not tell how manv of these yelping cure of the
forest there were, but he could sec, there were a good
msnv. He fired ou the gang In as rapid succession as
fossible, and thut kept ihem at his),thouahat times
hey came within ten feet ot him lie tlnallv reached
the camp In safeiv, having "hot, as he thinks, more than
twenty of the wolvac.
White Troops Better than ninck for Tropl.
From the temdon Patty yews.
Tho rstfttlfttlcB of otir Armv Modfont Depart
ment show a remark able difference between the slate of
health of black and white troops, to the uniform dlsad
vantage o the former. So far fioiil the black regiments
combating more successfully the evlllnflnences of tropl
cal climates, they appear by these returns to suffer much
mre than their white comrades, J hus, In the West
Indies command, while the mortality among white
troops last ear wos a little overt"; pir thousant, the
deaths among the black troops were more than 19 per
Official Prayer for the Ilrltlsh Troops In Fgipt
Fromthe London Patty Kent.
Tho Archbishop of Canterbury doslros to
rominend to the clergy of his diocese the use of the fob
lowtns: praver for the eoldiers and sailors enu aired In the
war In Rgrptt "O Almighty Ood. whose power no crea
ture Is able to resist, keep, we beseech Thee, our eoldlers
and sailors who have now gone forth to war, that they,
being armed with Thv defence, mav l preserved ever
more rrntn all perils, to tilorlfv Thee, who art the only
Jtverof all victory, through the merits of Th) only Son,
esus Christ our Lord, Amen "
All African Isurlesquenn F.uropean Ttoynlty.
From the London MorM.
The nJrn that tho follow Cotywayo frivois him
self are tremendous He would not receive the Hover
nor of Madeira, but sent word that "the Kinct sleep"."
and on awakeuinar the flrst morning at Mc!iury road.
ho"exi resseda wish that the people should be thanked
for the wav In which they had cheered him M Ibis
reallv onlr wants the insertion of " was gractoutly
pleased tn express,1' 4c, to read Uko a Ut out of our own
A Cut Qtiarittna n Henroost.
From tfte liartont CouranU
Ono day laat woolc. early In tho mornlnc. near
the resilience of a Mr trainpton. In Madison, i onn., a
fox came down from th woods, evidently bound Tor the
henhouse, but found his progress unexpectedly inter
rupted hy a cat, which tarned on him and showed a.
most nn eaer readiness to nght Not prepared for such
hostility, the fnx retired, but returned soon after, ani,
th defender of the poultry having withdrawn from the
field, escaped with a chicken.
Terr Quick Time.
From th Rathftur Express.
MIbs Lorch and Mr. Launt, younsr people of
Delaware fouutv, ew York, met for the flrst time at a
sociable tlienther tilsTht. Th fell in lose at flrst sic lit.
There w as a betrothal, and that same night the girl went
home, entered the house at one of the windows, and.
unknown tn ber parents, secured her bridal costume
made in anticipation nt her marriage to another man
and walked to a distant town with her new lover, and
they were married before morning at hie home.
Oolnc to Paint the Flora of the World.
frflin the London Academy.
Miss Marianne North Balled for tho Capo on
Weineaday to resume her task nt painting the flora of
all arts of the world After spending snme months In
South Africa, she proposes to visit Madagascar and the
Seychelles Archipclaso, both of which present rare and
betutirul objects for her pencil. As before, aha travels
alone aud unattended.
From Texas Xfjiinat.
"Ton advertise that thoro la a flne stream of
water on the place, but I don't see it," remarked a
stranger who wanted to rent the place. The luudlord
said Just svork that pump handle n little, and you will
see a flne stream of water. You don't expect to have
the .Niagara Falls on the place for $16 month, do ou f
Trom tXt Cincinnati 0mmrclat,
TJInhop Elder at one tlrao prohibited Catholic
girls from banging their hair, on penalty of exclusion
from certain church rrivtleges Now the HUhop of
Three Rivers, Canada, forbids the ladiea of his diocese
Ibe wearing of curls. Bom other U Is hop will preaeutly
prohibit the frizzing of the hair.
Sir Garnet Wolseley'e Important Telegram.
From the London H'orM.
A telocram was received at the Horse Guards
for Sir Garner Wnlselev, and opened bj bis secretary,
from a pert subaltern in Ireland, to know It he might ask
a friend to dinner, and li he came whether he might
give hiin champagne
rrxAyciAL axv commercial
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Lake K, A West, 4 1 4'Jk San 1 rancisou . 40 4t.
Lake Mi ore 114V, I My -!, l-ru pf M mh!
ianhlta'i R'y MH Ad feiaa Paviftc. ftl'J ai.
Metroe lit . li llTmo.i Paoirto ,tvl V.
Mem AChas h' 01 abash a Pj 3m. -.
Missouri Pa... l-eJ lr7 'WahAPacpf MJ m!
Midi, teni . . ( wt Wst. Uu. Wl... KCi K)4
RTunnvY. Ausr. 10.
Thftfttock nnrkK nponcd i;uUtiMU dull and
drooplm;, foKowiul bv soma loovory In tony
und nliitt. Lako shorn, Omnlni oommon,
Dol.. L. and Wetitrn, Northern iwlllc coivmoii
and preferred. Itocticatcr and Pittsburgh, nnd
Texas nnd Pacltlo 'Tcre the only Rhnirs tn
which business was own fairly nctlo. with
Juice rnthor hotter hi noon tlun nt tho open
ni;. with fluctuation in thrtinivnnl. Alter 1
. M. ivt. Pnul amnion, Omnha common and
profflrii'd, and N'Ttlirrn Pnciilo foninum nnd
nio foil ml adv. meed, with a fair oliiiuo nf
liiiMm.'hs, und tho maikut vn j;tnetii!l
Hti mttT. hill Itochostor and Fitubmuh va
wt'iilc. In tho hift hour Oinahn romniHit aud
prcforrcd worn active and ry buoyant, and
prlfcs (rdnernllr improvt'd In nmd'irato ilcal
luu'o, th close ihjIuc lather uuiot. Tho moio
InipoitstntclmnffH Tor tlm day won as follow'
Adannil-C . li. nnd Quliioy, x ; Oanad.i
Sniithmn. l Cnntral P.uMth. ' ! 1HI.. I. nnd
Vurn . Uol. and Hudson ' ; Ihmri .tnd
II. ti '. ; lie, '; U.m. ml Si. ,J, iiinfnt d
1; l.iuittilii and Niihl v f 1 1- . KuIcm Shun
. ; Mi-hif:Mii (Vntinl 't . N"i iliWHhi-M n t'Min
inon, ) ; .Virtht'tu P.ti'llli pnfHrii'd. '. : New
York CiMitral, 't. Now .Ii'ii-ny f.Mitiul. 'i ;
Oitmtiu eounnoii, l'(; Omaha profiiiid, 3,
Ulno CiMitiul J ; ItoadiiiL. L; LM. Put) dmn
nioti, ! ; WnRtnrn rni-m 'h'it'Krai-h. ; I'liinii
Pillfli', 'i lto'!n"1t'r and !'.' H.ith, ' t'tr
k n and T. V. 1 ' ; Mi .onn lu- it . Minn
aud bi. L, couiuiou. r4; M.nu. uud.ii.L. pic
(iovi't anient and Rtntn bonds wv-in qulot and
uin'hniiwfd, Hailnrnd homU vvhth k''iira!ly
dull and drnonlntf, und tlmro was an linpuriant
do'dlnn iu E. Tiuin.. V. and (J Iiicoiiivh.
Monoy on call, 3(l V cunt Stirln ox
fhaiiffo Htcady: nljjht drafts, $.$:!&$ i.S'JSji
llldn for bank htockn nr: Amorh-a. mo:
Ammloan Kxchnnc. MO; Hmadvvny. 'Jld'Ci-ii-Irnl
National, UiiCIiao National, 18li.CV-m-morco,
1M; Corn Kxchance. 167. fourth No.
tlnnnl, lSJ.TTannvpr, ir!3; Irviucr, l32jMtchnn
lc' and TruUeiV, Ud; Muicuntiic, 120; Motro-
polltnn. 170: Nanu, IU: NflwVYorlc." U3
Ninth. 122 North ArnnriVn. 100: North Itivor,
114? Oriental. HO; Pad lit?. 130 Park, 1561
IVopIo'H, 130! Phonlx, 102: Kopubtk, 130: ,
Pfvonth Ward, D9; t. Nlchola. 12HJ Stato of
Now York, 130; TradostncnV, 113: union. 150.
Ona fltocka aro fpiotod: Now York, 117 to
120; Manhattan. 220 to 225: Metropolitan. 175
to 180: Mutual, 100 to 103; Municipal. 1&8 to
1W; Harlom. 07 to 100; JJrooklyn. 110 to 115: ,
Jersey City, 160 to 170.
Tho weekly bank statement U about what
wan expected, connldrrins the h toady domand
of tho Weal for monoy. .
Aug, 12. Aua. in. Ptfftrewxt f
Loam.. 3i nio son fa3,4lw Inc ,fT,4Mipi)
Deposits .... 8.UI,00 3il,HA7,0Uii Iec . iai.TOO
Circulation . Ih2HKV ih.iii.ooo Pec. 73 ino
Hpecie .. 14'M.H M.3.W.T00 Dec.. l.Ofiflfloo
Legal tenders. 23,wUtt4H) 2i,tV,3 Dec. Ov0,300
Total reserve ?fillw7700 '$K3 .101,(111) Dee. .$2,0(10,100
Reserve req'd n.MV.h hi,4I4,47A H
Excess . ., a.H3j,3 1,NH7,U3 Doc. 1.91.V17S
Hecelpta of Intprnnl rovonuo to-day, $184, H
047; custninn, $73!).vS28; national bank note -
forrodomptlob, (223.000, maklnc $1,531,000 for
Owliiir to tho limited force of clerka nalffnd
to tho work, tho nllotmont of tho new 3 V cent.
hondawlll not begin on Monday as oxpoetnd. ,
Thn appllcattonn from European holdetu of tho
3ii V ceute are very email in amount.
The nnttonnl bank clrcubtlon outHtandlmzttf HH
$.3o0,l22.48n. Aa encurlty thn United Stale VH
Tre,aiircr hold f30,181,nod tn lawful nmneyand !
.1(30'J30.510 in bonds, of which $223,13.350 aro I !
3s' ? cents. !
Thn rumor has lately boon roncwed that Sac- HI
retary Polsor la cniiRidorlnff tho atop of dla- mM
trlbutlns the (39,000.000 lawful money hold by
tho Treasury for tho redemption of nnttonnl Hal
bank circulation nmon? the national banks
nutliorb.nd to rocdvo Oovernment deposits.
The Secretary liaa no power in do anything of HM
tho kind, and the rumor Is entirely roundloss. H
At tho cIoap of husluoss to-day United .Slates H
called bond had Ivynn rodervmndat thn Treas HoH
ury afollowH; Undirtlio 103th catl.UP.83ft.-
100: 100th. (1.781.000: 110th. U.KU.OjO: Ulth,
H.307,flOd: 112th. flS.OiJD,700; 113th, (10.330.- f
000; 111th, $12,355,300.
Paris adIfnt quoto 3 "f rents nt 82.52, and
oxclmuco ou London nt 25.22. WH
Thn total value of the export h of domestic ItH
brendstufTs for July, 18M2. wTas $10,201,171. and
for tho Btuon mnutiin ondnd .Tuly 31, 1HS2, $81.
150.715, airalnbt (131.057.G31 for Iho Bam a )
period in 18H1. M
Tho nnnunl roport of tho St. Paul, Mluneapo- 1
lis nnd Mnnltoba Hallway Company nhows n M
surplus intho net revenue for the past flacal
year. aftrpayltiff tho Ilxed ehauros nnd dll-
dendrt on Htnck. of (DS5.000. The directors HH
recommended that In tho future dividends on -laal
stock should bo paid auarterly. Tho following HH
wero elected dltectors for tho nnsulm? yar: HH
Geo. Stephon. Donnld A. Smith. James J. Hill. H
11. H. AmxtiM, Jehu H. Kennedy. D. Willis, James HH
nnd 11. 13. Qalushn. HH
The nnthrarlte conl production for July this mflH
year was 2.757,2 19 tous, against 2.572,100 tons UiH
last year. The total for thn first soen months HoH
of the ynnr has been 15,325,101 tons.acalnst HiH
15.039, 50r, last year, an Increase of 285.501 tons. IMH
Thn stock of coal nt tidewater shlpplnc points PH
on July 31, 1882. was .175,5.12 torn, aeainst 533.- HH
03tt at thn clone of tho yreccdluy month, a IH
doellne of 8,101 tons. HH
Ac w York Mnrketa. flyfl
Satuhpat. Aiiff. 19. FLOun and Meat- MbH
Plnur dull, and as a rule tlrnreiseil. Corn meal H
qulst but flrni Wb quote Klour-Nn. 2. Si.75af-H.73i H
sunerflne.-! wH 7; common Minnesota, tl 6J(f4.W) H
clear. MS7..V.; Western itlUiplne tras. 4 r)cti 1U: H
St Louis cxnmon to fancy, t ttta$:5. nawnis.ffl .V) IH
(4 .') j city inlitextrns,$iiK4Sl2at Sootnarn batters' lH
anj (amilr brands. .f77.V); douttiern shijtplng IH
eitras KMHi', lire flour SuperAne. $t thHi$4 Corn H
mal Wenttrn.t c, 4 4D(S.frti, HranJrwlne. ltW(i 1
4 7o. Bye lead. fitf-'H; wheat taoa.3lUtde3for 40 to I
HJltis.aiUiWtAi-ifor tins. IH
GRits U lu'in trrctfiilar, and after nn early advance H
liecanie t1epresei, and closed about ,'ic. lower: trade 1
vvnsfafrlv active only, snot sales l5J,fxJ hnsli. at M i3 H
QtlMU for red. incindlm; No 2 nlU ISHriV.UH In IsH
elevntnr, und $i.H,-;r)?l HV delhired. and. No. J at HTH
tl.l2;iAl 2;(lt$l.lHi?for white. hiclndtnir No. l HH
at$l l-(;,and.n 2 at 1 K,'3, and tl 12'4g$l Ii tot ulH
tnUcJ winter: of option, sjuvs l,ti74tKi btmh. .So. J red ) WMM
utfl in;a?i l4kfiirAiif.ustl l.ifl l-J1., rurHcj torn- EsH
btr.fl Uvifi i;rorULtober,l l$l 1H fnr.Notm isH
ber. fl.n(4?l.l7;i for Pecember, and tl IJ,'rjJl.l J'l BH
teller the var. live and bnrler quiet nnd nncnnged. PH
Oats were fairly nrtlv e at an ndvitiice. iart of v hlch vras liH
lot later; salvsanod (Mirth at M0"8c. for tnlxd (7A(4 , EJsH
fK nominally tor white), Incindlm; No J at tHj(V I rH
for mixed. No I'tnUd at .') l'jh'c for August, 474 StsH
4-'c for .September. ''.S'aiVUc t.-r Oetoher. and 4ttc. ' flH
for the j ear Com was irrtpular, opening ullnhtlv hlsh VcLH
er, but afterward LcconUn defressvdt spot sale ft), v BssH
(OJ bush IncltiJIm; No 2 tuUed at N7c. In etora . liH
and dellvirtd, ungraded do. nt K''rt7u, , ut options, BlaH
ii,ihJ tush. No. inUrd at fiSc for Auffust.HVa H
K-Jic. for Ncuttfinber, BlVKf for October, W)ii asal
Wlc for November, and 77(7t)4c seller tlifyear. Il
rioslne prices No '2 red vThoat neil, cash, ifl.Ufi de- wM
litr'.i, Aiuust. ft i:'V. September, $l.i:t;i October, IH
$1 UUt Nomber, 91 Hi; Ierrmhcr. fl n)i seller the IH
ear, 1 l.l). Corn vnulci No 2 mixed, cash, t'c liiH
delivered; Aiisust, HHc.; September. !? . Octnbvr, ; HH
85c ; NoTenibtr. h-'c. seller the ear. 77JXe : No. 3 BhsH
mixed oats htroiu, Atimist, fic. ; .September, iic., Oc XliH
tober, 4d.c.; seller the v ear, 4J,c, liH
Cotto. Hpots dronplnict sales t ,2 57 bales; middling .H
uplands, 13 1-iec.; dn. tlulfs, 13','c, Futures continued ll
loner, but closed stout v at 1 tow, ur August, i 4rtc. jH
for September. lLHTtc for October, ll.tt-ic. for Norent noH
ber, 11 .tl I c. for December, U7(Jc for January. 11 hoc, 'laH
for Vet.ruarj. JIUtc. for March, and lliu7c. for April; jH
sales yK)t bnla FBH
I'ho.imois l'orlc sold more fredrfor September at IrlH
firmer i rite l.tust bids brniik'ht -tl ko, Atutut $-M MB
bid, aud ti.Vi s-titid. tieu- mess on p"t held at $i'i. I EH
l'aer.n quiet nt i:iJii for lomr char Cut meats firm ' H
l.i too Ickled ham pobl nt HJic and Nki frtstidn He, M
nlckled bedtCS l.i'jtK- lleef hint' dull Ut ?IUJO ( H
Herf In better demand and tlrin f -" ld-1 for cltv xtra sH
India, but ii ne here, extra mes. l"i(llH; paLkrt. TM
-laie Itnned Imct ln'.ru, an, tlrni Jard JH
hicb'r salet, Jo Dtcs nt l'J tiifili rt7'ic for Srptember, M
imiiW2i: for October, liiuis Itr for .Nernii liH
ber, I- i.-"JGl-'i7Ji' for Oectinber and ulso for Jauu 11
nrv. 1-Mmii.70i fur J-ebnnry, V2ttVtfrl3TlHe tot ' WH
vitrch ant U'7'IlJOic se'iTttu v eur. ittv. U :t0c 1H
Western on spnf u07Sc iiutter vtrv linn forfancv I mM
fti'Lk, Mate and Westiru irevnerv, Swj-'n, Mate M
dalr. half tlrWllis Ac , l!'ia.'lo , do Welsh tube, ..iM -,H
.'"c , Wt-stem dalrv ISftft.-ur io laclory. I4m17i JH
Cbee ery dull. Mote fa t ry, Hftl iBti , Ohio factor JH
t.fsitu'.c , r renin. ry Jfln.c I i;us niort tead , .lere M
2i-:v,r ,ruii.t)lvanU and Mate, JJ'JIc , Wcsturn, I H
-'I (J -"ic m
iiitiiiTttri Coffee, rice, ami molasses dull and un t fM
cliaiucd, fttsibajs Itjiitconii rk-e. In bond, oM at 2(c WM
Haw su?ar tlrm but quiet fair retliilus. 7 :i U , no ne M
saleit, r-tlned htjihirfor oft stin-larl 'A," H'.Ho iofl 1
do ht.'iSc Whitu etrn C, Hl4iVic . i ellow do t M
7;irtrc illow ,"7(inic...VcUuv,e-a7C. fOfl 11
scarce bard uuclian;pd ItoS
M.spntM Hfttned petrfdeum quiet and unchanged, at IUbH
eV , certifleatcs were loer eales t .'H'jfa.Mic , clos MM
InrfHt fNVrfiia,. . "-epte-nber iitc titinbtfr ! , JM
Norember J1 ac , DeceinlK-r ti.vr Spiriti turpvntjiiA M
dull ut 4V. Uosln qultft mil uuftmnFt.l T.fticeed in 1H
fret l y pood deinanl stSQAtc l.ard oil, f 1 iwt- m al
allow fttiet at ''I'H'.V Mearino dull and nouitiial. , M
Hops f asy ut 4rSlo cuh Tnr uoo.1 to choice. Sliippiii3 , M
h&,JK Ocean freights dull and vwak trralu to Lfir. i H
pool, bv steam, 4s M, V Winner, or 4-$ I rlbtihel I M
cheese yOs 4d ,urain tol.omlon ouottd ',',! , to OUs H
ifnw, M . and to Newcastle at u3 charters at .VI for M
pralntoC'Tk for or tors bv stea'iiir n lot. and this tha -!H
rat quoted for saillmi craft, i 4a for ciudepetro 'M
I -it m from Philadelphia to Putiklrk. . vi for ri'Aued , H
from Philadelphia to KIiuor. iirortrs to the Herman ' ': H
Keltic Ik- for irraln tn I.ishon, y.'lc for refined oil -M
from t'htlnd-lpbin to ..Ihrnltur tor orders tiithe Medl M
terrinenn, or 24 V- If t the Li ant, and '.'Oc. for do to tM
Algiers : M
.',': ,.: i m
T.moAi, i.in-Ki)M riKu -in. south 'i
1 1.IM.K rO UJMIIIS iViriDrla Docks). 4H
CANADA Alii :tl.MA M Dh.SMAIIK h..l. 1.SA M !
foil i.i i.ui'oni, ami i)L'i;i:viou.s JH
CNOI. i V.iir L''l J Mt i El'.fs. M.I.S. x TOA M H
Taltlti 4iV)io$7il, nutvsarit tn ki ts f.'H, pr pilld atdtir ' H
ace Uikrts.-Jv Ik ii.'TJltfiM tMu mi most Ilnti, ' '
t Vi 4 Ill'iCsf Miiu.-t i-i, ril 7.1 Hr.illa -W
ST.vi'i: i.ia r.-riT:itHir ok oamm. sr, .s n. I
(.TAIl nsNDN Aitr. M. I P. M. .
t-lAli; OK NHAI1A . aiis MI.7 A M. M
Oalim. H), .hi I Tabin, H stenra,', to huropc I J, 4B
KA Mcimrsln not i-arry cattle. iHu.ii or pUa I IsVal
Al'ilts Bvl.li.MX! iV imii, -i llroaiwav. K V ' S UM
ZZI )'frtir1'1" " ! j a
Ai;il,ITV.-llr h'.tllll li.il a.tL-Jtlist. .!ii.lcUn I Ifl
anl stiri'oii I'rt. ut. ilis..i..t. .km ijiaor.lvta, strlc V AH
turn liitlainilialK n. I. In l.lrr ami klilnvts. II) lonil.rx ' )
trlisitr rxpxrifiii-fintlitiii. rpcuultlrs I have perr,rtl a Ml, !
iim nic'hnil ifil'iraiitaiil ur.1. ior.t eaes of iktvoiis H' itsaal
exlmu.tliiii Mtiiktu., ln.i inuiilionii, Iinhclliiieiits tn ifjlH
mrn;f Ai tiltttrs. atrr pills ln-.U lil-n alolin 'Sin
fail in this itlstniM. tlioiisanJs know li sad uxptri . 4ilH
Hire I'limplilrt fne fltlfl
A T.KTI C'IMCi: fo- lir.-i.1i.. in. . oi'istlp 111.111" '119
Jx ill. 1 .'..iiucli lit t kiln.. ..r skla.lls.'aoi. i.r i-fJiaH
1 vniisLXIni 1 ti..n,utiskii..s.ln.,or iimn'ior.it .Vc llr.iii.tti I r.lIH
I Inn, linl.' .ruin.' )rm.. JV .. I.nnlj-J 0. or illB
rlirom. . s.rs 1 ro i.iu... 1 ni.iuall soli.'lti 1 1111.I i.irol. 1 iiW
fampk lt..tt.e anl I'lrcui irs Irrmlikr fre rroni 11 to . Wk
IU V M anl) to HI' M inll-r il.l Hist till t Korsala ' IH
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AI'Tl'.IC oThi n.iu.li. . r. I .s.n.ni. lirlilitVi'iii. 41 IU
.o.itiflv . ur. iin..tin.v ln. of . ncr'i ntuk ' rllfl
1 -.. - r.-'oii. iitiinlti.o I A. . 1 irriu nr IrM , 1 rice H ,lm
tfr.ox vn kin 1 .nfnit.ir.likill.lin.ls, 1'i.sl !; I
0JmiI40 Ill.iriklvll, N V j
A'l'TI'A'riilX, flnilv ir. 1'ius.lan anl Anisrl" ' l!
11111 ho itul prailii), spui'M.tie. .li.osus of msii X
an.l In.s nt iiMtin.... I ati.lt n ure k'turnntrcl or no tea Ml'V
sccfpti-l lon-ulmtpin IP Ur '.viilllv lot Hlrrckcr .1. I'JiA
iTo-rTi7i:if7jrlrLixT:r. "ivrkfTTniVctTonrwith i I ft
IX Mnni i,..inl'inf.l Asifufiire, without 1'ap.ule. or irMw
iti....' i. 11 ..n.r vi. ir u. i. i p (."ii in. .t. 1 I'l
Tl r.'riiITnr." ', ,-. m.ii.Ji an.l Hu
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