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DRAKE CARTER WINS AGAIN
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C IMHrsdIS KuII1UI KxcUlaw Mice
A liwo aUemlMico mveltorlnfr wcntlior
itatbornly contottfld race over a beni track
PIth another liorsn killed and a boy lnjor d ut
Ihi hid l l deadly hurdle were the feature of
fcilordr rscos In HonmoHth Park
The nvo of the day wite the NvMnk Handl
CAP n swoopttnkos of fiO each half forfeit It
not declared with 11230 added 3JO to second
one mllfl and a half Thirtyseven wore nom
inated of which thot started Dwyer Hroth
trs colt lUrnos by Billot carrying 123 pounds
0 L UirllUrds Holding Monitor by Qlenrlg
117 P Ijrlllard voiding Drake Carttr by
ron Uroeek 117 and 0 MtUofieltV lions Free
Ooldbr llulllon 109
The betting was 9 to 5 futalnst Barnes 3 to 1
f against Monitor 7 to 2 ncnlnst Drake Carter
g and 0 to 2 against Free Oold
When tho tins dipped Drnkn Carter moved to
the front under JJai ward McLaughlin at the
tall on Jhtrnos < At a quArter of n milo Free
Gold movnd n i length In front McLaughlin
I playing awaiting race with llarnoa over the
hoixvy truck On the cntlop up to the stand on
the first half tulle Drake Carter took the teal
again piunlng Into the iivyn mile n luwrtli
ahead of Monitor und 1ivo told liarrir halt a
Innitth of daylluht away Harnos began to
make hfi run nlnni the backntmtch gaining
third plnro nt Monitor nock Harbee nmv
wnrmcil Monitor andwlmn the old horse bs
6 an to draw uirny from Damps It was sw n that
tho woluht iiinl tliu track wnro too much for
tho Hrooklyu colt Ilrnkn Carter procd his
itaylni powwrs by remaining In the lend to the
finish He draw nhnml very nattily In the home
utretch winning by ton Irairtha Monitor ace
end twelve length ahPiitl of Barnes Time
243M Mutual paid 11105
BLACK IN 1TOXT ONCE MORE
The bell tint called the horace for a ynee of
one tulle nnda furlong pnrjo WOO for throe
roarokls and upward Tlmiu appeared at the
post Apploliy i JnlmvinB Jack of Henna
Sirrrlair 101 pomiilv Blohm ft Oos Little
Mlnch104 D D Withers Duplex 103 and
1 Lorihnrtti PlnaforoUl Thin betting was 7
to 5 each agnlaht Little Minch and Tack of
if part 95 to I iatnst Pinafore and Olol against
luplox
1lniifom nhoirod n strong ilfllkn darting
In the race bolting whrn the flue fell Hitches
net the pace with Little flinch from the Mart
Donnhun clinging to him on Duplex Jack of
halts run In very poor form sorely dls
pivilntlnu hU backer Little Minoli kept the
lead for thrroquartir of n mile having hU
nm before the rucor reached the hommtrotch
hem Dotiohui sent the black colon In tho
lead landing Iiuplex honor by a length and n
half Llttlnjllnch < pcond and Jack of Hiarts
a poor third rhino 201 MutuaU paid 13740
HYSTtO LIJD3 THE TWOYKAROLDS
The fxcnnd race irns n pcramblo of three
qunrtcra of u mile purso oOd for twor nr
olds thin winner to bn Bold at auction The
starters wore Applnby A Johnsons cot Baojcx
by illUoiul 100 pouiulH Mr Kolso colt Mys
tic by Janice A 07 P Lorltlardit filly Marvel
T > y Jlortemer flt P nlllard JrX Oily lIla
liy Murtomur 4i O L Iorlllanl jtoldlns
llawthorne by trent Tom 85 and N TV KILt
Bons ilu Clinro by Jumna A 85
BottliiK Tivo lo 1 iitfulnet Mystic 3 i to 1
against Marvel S to 1 HCftlnut BUXHOX 0 to 1
acalnst Mu Chore 7 to 1 against Hawthorne
and 8 to I agaInst TIle
hut showed In front at n fair start Sussex
taking the load along the backntretch to near
the hiilftnllo pole whin Meaton sent Mv llo
along with liU neck In the olsar Ma Chere
made a remarkable burst of epovilon the lone
bond to the bomintrnCcli pnASloa from the
rear to the front of the squad Tho track wns
too cUlt fur the fIlly to keep up tho pace in her
inald n race Sue dropped back near the fin
Jab Mystic ciimlnu again and vrlnnlnir by a
Unirtli and n half Ma Chora second and Hue
BOX at her hoots tlilrd Tlmo 120 Mutualu
f 1000 JlyMIc was bid la for her owner Mr
Caseatt nt H16O 100 above her entered price
HEEL AND TOE LEADS
The fourth race wa i for a sweepstakes of J23
seth with f50U addnu 100 to pucoud ono
tnlln anil half n furlong There came to the
post P Lorlllards herbert 11H pounds Dwvor
llrolliers tutu tforil 11301 WaltoraB Itnskn
110 Mr Kflso8 lIed and Toe 05 Itereru l
Btableft Tiny ti Choke 95 Davis A Halls Ex
Otic 87 and J T Wllllamss Laura Gould t3S
Bottlne Hovon to 0 agaInst Herbert 3 to 1
against heel ant Toe 4 to 1 against Hartford
B to 1 against Itinko 10 to 1 each against
Laura Gould and Exotic and 15 to 1 agaInst
Jlny H Jlnko
nanfonl lol nt the start but soon gave way
to Herbert Herbert kept In front of tap strlntr
lo the last furlong whn > Hartford ant lieu l
anti Toe elof fd upon him In the iiotteat kliulof
a brush Moatonoxnt Hoot nnd Ton In vliinlnc
by a head Hartford Bucond and Herbert third
eparatod by a bead Time 133 Mutual
paid 1480
A DEAD IICIT
Tim fifth race was n nnramblo of three
dunrters of n mile pureo J500 for threeyear
olds and upward the winner to ba sold at auc
tion threeiiunrtcru of a mile The Hold com
prised 0 H Pottlnitllli ampa lofi J Wixl
jlen8 Pearl Tliorno 93 Air KelnoM Valley
gorge 98 Davis V Halls Ito lnro OC P H
McMahrmH Clarllolil 8U D L KluubeiBa Al
Jonoke 84 J K Knllys Ulster 81 and L 0
Bnicofl YulktnwD 78
Ilnttlnc Three to 1 each against Roslero
Valley lnrifo and Allanoku 0 to 1 agaInst HIs
tr 7 to 1 each against 2ampa and Inrilnlil 8
to 1 ncolnet Pearl Thorns 15 to 1 agaInst York
town
Blstorwai first at a straggling start York
town at thptailof the string Itoslere collared
Bister In the straight Allankoko joining the
touch fight Hosier and Slftir came In nose
and noso In a dead heat AUanoka third lap
pine half way
In the run off the pair ran neck and nock to
the homestretch whore Sister pulled away
winning br four open lengths In 119 Mu
tuals paid 4305 on Hlstwr In thn first boat and
11010 in the run off Bister was bid in by her
owner at 13001400 above her entered price
THE MATCH RACE
The sixth race was a match between the two
yearold fllly Cricket noantlv bought from
Pierre Lorlllard by Anpleby k Johnson and
little Plunger Bernards twoyo rold Ally East
Lynn for 1000 a Bide 100 pound each
threequarter of a mile
Getting away well together J Hyslop gained
ft length on Cricket within half a f arlony Gar
rison sent East Lynne for thn race at a furlong
from the start gaining an open lead ot a
length From this point Last Lynne waa never
headed winning toe race by n length after a
stubborn light In 118l Mutual paid 1565
uoTnzn uoiLs XILLED
The programme ended with a handicap her
dle race ol one mile and a quarter over live
fiurdles 400 to Unit and 100 to second horse
This brought out the jnrapera Braverwyck 142
pound Daior McClaity 125 Compromise
128 Dally 125 Itonalretta 130
BettingKindt to 5 against Bonalretta 2 to
1 each against Beaverwyck and Compromise 3
to 1 against Bally and 4 to 1 agaInst Major lie
Curly
Compromise ridden by Williams bad a
trong load and was looked upon a an almost
certain winner until he fell over tho last her
dle killing hlmsolt and shaking the boy
badly After the fall Itaavnrwyck won the rem
oy a nock from Bally Bonairetta third six
Isegiha away Time 321 Mutual paid 13730
rK3TKRDtT > 9 ItACtKO Iff 8ARAIOOA
n Favorit UeisaIecer Tel and
Blaare tko Wlamcra
8AHATOOA July 24The racing was continued
here today Tha weather wai fine the track In fair
condition and tha attendance goal
First Rseuri fMXj nonwlnnlng and maiden aj
lawancei on mile Auction poola Jim Renwlck S > 0
dWaner 135u Swlney fie Cardinal McCloikey sue
Qleauer med tha runuliK with Hwlney for tha Ort
canner AIouz lbs backatrelcn Swlney held his lead
followed by Gleaner At the furlong pole Oleaner came
out and won irnnd race by half a length Snlney lee
ond Cardinal McCloekey third ami Jlai llenwlcklaet
Time I47 French poDia lilt r 41 w
Second ItacIt I In Alabama siakee for nlllei threa
year old t lti entrance with IMUU added th lecond to
receive 3D out of the itakei cna wII I la and a furlong
Auction pool Millie H 70 Toll 36t Kulogy lid
Waihannouk plO After ill attempts the hnraee gut
sway lo a good atari Mlttle tt and Tale getting away In
the lead Mlttle B made lha running with Tolu next
until near the threequarter pole where Tolu came
away and won easily by iw i length Millie B lecond
twenty length In front of Eulogy third Neihaunock
lait Tim 3111 French pooli raid 114 VO
Tlilnl Race Free handicap aweepatakefone miii and
ftreeiilith IoiilaAda alcoa Wl Hlaie Hit the
C < ld aiuj Chanticleer and BlaDe made the running
from the elan with the otheri StrOng out ChaiitlcUer
led to Hlthln a hundred yard of tin wire when Stains
came out and won by a neon after a good race Chantt
fleer MM lecond and Icorga L thIrd Tiro 3U >
Crunch pool paid sill I SO
fourth Kace Tree handicap iteepleehaie about one
nil and a half roolaKlentlKi Dliturbance fOot
add IW Kltnxl mad the play followed by Disturbance
thrcaghout the entire dlitauoe At th hit fence Die
turlinee got oa even term with IIIoil and the pair
tin adand heat Abrahameome dlitance behind third
Guy isi Tim 3 tOt
Water Knock BrvuBaui Out
A Dght to a finish for 200 with hard glove
leek lilt early yelterday momlnf on the shores of
Jamaica Ray betweeu Lukt Water of wrllamiburjl
Jck BrennanofMewVark There were Ore rounde
wateri knorklni Breunan out when the laal round was
aaittrer Watera le I 6 let Slnctea high and welfh
17 found Brenaan le 9 feat T Inches high and weigh
113 poundi Wateri COin to flrht the inner of lu
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A KuMa book alphabetically armngrd Crowded wllk >
Informallon Very useful lo clllMna and atrauger
With map New edition revised to date Jiul renly a L
Paiier tO vents
HEW YURK 1L1UBTBA7RD
Wild 144 Illuitrallonastreet Scene BulMn ratkk
Acsect niapa Very liandaoni dye Iapar 7i
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for sale hj all bookaaUtri Mill be lent > jy in Hi
poll paid on rcIpl ol prune
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AWaypeet JasasS dir Ms Liwee be hs
friend BalUvo Mai Hamoai
The whoroabouti of Col Charloa B Mor
ton the Assistant Poitmabtor of Brooklynwho
rent away on Saturday morning without tell
log his family or Postmaster McLcer Where he
was going are still unknown HI frltnds ex
pressmueb astonishment that In view ot the
unpleasant rumors In connection with his of
Iclal conduct bo ha not com to the front be
fore this time Early yesterday afternoon U
wa generally reported that warrant had been
Issued for his arrest The charge It was
stated was ol defrauding the United fitatf
Jovernmont and falsifying tbe par rolls the
punlihinont for which Is 1 not less than one nor
more than five rears Imprisonment or a fine
not loss than 11000 or more than 5000 In
quiry among United State official left ao
doubt that such a warrant had been Issued br
United States Commissioner Allen on the ap
plication Asilslant JJUtrlct Attorney Angel
There are certain matter said Mr Angel
which will require a full and explicit ax
ilanallon Thureare apparent inaccuracIes in
ci Mortons returns to the Post Ofilco Depart
nrnt which look as though the par rolls had
bcaii falsified
United Htate CommIssioner Allen said I
md hoped that Col Morton would have ro
omed today to give any explanations that
ore necessary I tiara known Cal Morton a
long time In his various official positions and
I neyar had any reason to question his honesty
and Integrity1
Who hs the warrant Commltslonerr
asked the reporter
I will not say It seems to me that the
iroper time to explain about warrant Is when
the person wanted la In custody
Postmaster Mclxflr Is seriously disturbed
ever thin disappearance of his sjtslatant He
saId When I reached the office this morn
ing I nt once looked toward Col Mortons office
and was surprised that be was not In his chair
I I had expected that ho would have sewn the re
port In the papers before thin and nt once
have returned to glvo tiny explanation that
might be rngulrml7
Hines Col Morton left has any discovery
been made tending to show that his accounts
were not correct
On the contrary his accounts hnvo bean
roundto bo perfectly straight Thorn may
howovor have been some inaccuracies discov
ered In the pay rolls The clerks end letter l
carrlern have boen examined under oath by the
special agents of the department during the
pant two or three days what the result 01 that
examination was I do not know
You havo still confidence In Col Mortons
Integrity 7
Knowing the man lone and well It would
be l Impossible for mn to entertain any other
feeling If thorn have been any tnnccurucles
discovered In the par rolls or otherwise 1 bt
Hero that they will bo found to be technical
and that the Colonel can glvo a satisfactory ex
planation
Isnt it strange that he haint informed his
family of hU whereabouts or communicated
with you
I certainly did expect to hear from him be
fore this but he Is a very peculiar man and no
one could tell exactly how bo would act under
certain clrcumatances
Postmaster Meteor signed the pay rails each
month but his assistant made them out and
cartlllod to theIr accuracy It U said thin fnlsl
llcttloii of the pay rolls could bn done with little
difficulty and with flight clanger discovery
Notltlnc could r > e learned of thin misting men
at hit rcalilenf > Snutb FIlth and EIghth stroetfl
WllllainAburKli Tile wife and daughter said
they had had no Information from him sInce
his departure on Saturday morning The Met
that he handed hU wife 10iiu nn the day of his
iletiarture Ix supnraml to itiilloate that be in
tended to absent himself for a long time
Col Marion to about 50 years old and hits
boon a resident ot Brooklyn all his life lie le
sUiifil from the polloa force at the breaking
nut of the war and comnianded the 173d Juw
York Ht the front Since the clone of the war
bo hat served almost uninterruptedly In official
positions Ho represented the Hovonth Assctn
E0 dlHtrict In the iKunibly was Assistant City
Auditor iindor Col MuLcur and Deputy Asses
sor under Slice B Dutchor lie has one of the
most valuabln private libraries In llrooklyn
and Is a devoted bookworm He U by no m > > nns
socially Inclined anti except in hut purclnmo
of rare books has had no evtravuKimt liabitK
His family consists of Lila wife and two chil
dren n son and a dnuubtnr
United Ntatcs Marshal Tatn said last night
that Col Morton hail not been arrested and that
ho could not nay whether he would be or not
When Cot Morton loft llrooklrn lie took tho
keys of the safe with him On Wednesday n
locksmith nnaiied the mile We found saId
Mr Angel over 11100 In the safe We com
paroil It with the cash liook and found that
everything balanced From this It appear to
mo that Cob Morton Is not H defaulter Had ito
intended toco away knowlnir that bo would
bo pursued Tin wou d assuredly not have left
thin money behind him Allowing hotvnvor
for his t > cc ntrlc actions there are many acts
ot his while In the offlcn whl th will have to bo
explained or thn consequences will bo most se
rious for him
Tho examination of the employees of the
office under oathand tindera pedgo of eeirecy
wits begun last week by the otllcertof the
secret service Just nt the time that Cal Mor
ton was wantnd to matte some explanation he
disappeared It Is laId the namlnatlon of tIm
letter carriers showed that several of them had
signed reralnta for salaries In excess of what
they had received from Col Morton who made
the return to Washington for the full amount
signed for
Th N > lli > nul Ua a
The Brooklyn and Allegheny Club crossed
bate again at Washington Park yesterday and this time
the visItors won though It lock ten Innings to do It
lUmber pitched Well and met with the belt of iiipport
np to the tenth Inning when the vliltota bunched flt a
ot their nine title and scored four rune Vat the flrtt
nine Innlnn Klmber was punlihed for only four hue
hilts hut In the tenth It wai noticeable that he wai lit
tick and the oppniimr batsmen handled their clubs with
Confidence ana lent the ball ulIng all over the Held sod
out of Ilia reach of tha auxloui ficldera folioIng U
the score
ALLPSMSiY RIOOILTW
a IsroA C 5 2POi
littler I I 0 U 0 Walker let b 0 2 0 0 0
WhIte s i 2 3 1 Warner ad I 0 1 1 2 0
warlwdtst toi 2 ut I I Usseldy r I 0 I I 0 0
5 5 I C ttemsnoti I 2 0 0
lIcDciiiatti C tt I I 0 0 Uet a 0 5 4 1
Cresiccriidbl J S 4 0 Joa2d t 4 0 1
hMtep0 I i I C Terryt 0 1 1 I
itsltIntldbi I t 5 1 ilotis I 0 V 4 1
LsusrrtLi 0 t 0 0 1 I U
Talus0 93018 6 Totals2 6 tOlt 3
Alleiheny O 0 0 0 0 O I O I 40
Brooklyn O OOOOOOI 1O2
Buna aarned Alleglitar 4 Brooklyn 0
Flrat ba e by rrura Alle heny a urouklyn 3
At roujfhkeepeto Newbnrthe I2i Vnluitta ra of
rouhkeep le u At Waterb ry Philadelphia 5 Wat
erliury 1
Today the New York and Boeton Club play off their
postponed frame at the lolo grouudi
At ululle4s4hla
Metropolitan 1 1113331 O1S
Athletic 1 OOO10I I 1 5
BiehlUMetropolitan I4 Athletic ft ErroriMet
rotiotltan S Athletic 8 PltcliereKeef for Uelropol
llan and Metliewi for Athletic
Boston
New York I 0 I 0 1 1 0 0 OS
Staten 000tgOUUUt
Baaa hlta Naw York 10 hasten 7 Errora Xew
York IDs BMtiHio rilcheraWeleh it > t New York and
Bumnifliin for Boeton
Lesnu At HiifeloBaffaloa DetroIt At dive
land Cblcaifotti Cleveland
American i At Hi Louie Ht Load 10 Cincinnati 13
At WaehlnKtonKaln At ToledoLnnlivllle 8j Toledo
I At Columbui Coluuibtia 1 IndianapolIs I tan
usnise
UnIon Aixwlatlon At Cincinnati Louts 8 Cln
elnnatl 4 At Washington rain
aitrra 1ague Atnewark Dotneatle I Ironildea
4 AtTrentoa Trenton 4 Vlrirlnla a AtAllentown
York 5 Allentown 2 At ICeaillcjActlte T WU
nilnvton 13
The Jersey Club had an eaiy Urn la I dfntln the
Delaware of thus city at tha Kink grounds Juaey City
ye > terdayby2 tal2
Drexel Morgan A Coa nine heat a picked nine of
the Kllfatteth Athktle Club and the Fencer tosn am
Trim Company issue at the Manhattan Athletic Club
ground by 14 te
Rawest aced hla tired appeararta with the New Ynrka
In a gem with the tlolrftka Club nn TuraitTiy lie atanei
In the game behind the bat and elided in the right neld
McDonnnxh one of the tlnen catcher In tha North
weateni Ienrue died on Monday of cuniDmplloucauHd
by a blow on he breast by a ball
There U considerable bait feellnr hectic the playere of
the ProTldetica Club but ai Radiiourne le I to play again
U U bound that they will pull through the casino
Ke > laa of the TrcttarM
A Western axchanee says that Connerivllle
lad has a lhraeyerotdBlua Bull gildIng owned by
Calvlu Steven which on Friday last paced a half mile
en it bad track In I t Tha hors It a fight cheetnul
about flfteen hands high ant sports a Hirer inane and
tall Hell finely formed for racing hIs general aytn
metry being slIghtly marred br a rather large head Ha
wae sired by a Blu Bull etallon hli dam being a scion
of old Davy Orockett of ante IMIum lays llti oxner
raised him from a coll and pat him on the track about
thirty svs sgo
w tv llctr drove Mr W II Yamlerhlira Maud S a
mllelnliarueielu2llK 1 al a prl aie trial In Clavelanil
on July 17 Hair was enCoring trsuc chllla and let the
mar trot nltlinnl urging
JarKye Bee failed 10 beat the HIII time on a half mlla
track at Exioaltlon Park on Tueeday laal making tin
mlleln ItICM i while Mr Kobert BAnurra UarH turned
the track liiisis JayhveKee iron tilt week at Bar
ruianielt lark to teal l tfnud HeJlu
Commodore Kltwon hemlcd the hit if winners at the
trolling uneettlig t lbs ttbtcsgu 01111110 lrk y s tub
It4tU1 1 J Cicas beIng liszt with ftitJU Tb purses
oSerud aggngatsj cii en 3OtXi
Tb trccuer Cy Frank a spneIy bull untrtdltwollhy
boric kaa bssfl sold tu B M Itlclimond of fluramento
for IUUO
J VlllVlVaWaatniont lha pacer did out yet a racon
when hurried aloeS by a running mate lie went In
3ili In Chicago But In rm Durgh last week he got a
r cont of 2iu Ai lha waather condltlona were less
favorable la fltliburgh than they hail been in ihtcago
probably the 314 nut was really a better prrformauc
than Ihe 20I which waa only an fnhlililiin
Mr David BJoar and trieRdi hare lust returned from
a trip to Lanes Maa > luaila wIll a learn of pus cr1 ccl
trotter hitched ao a up wagon The slopped each
ullhl where Ida belt fare for man end hors was loba
ol ilUU ltklrtUire scullS 15lisg Its greateSt Claimed
uula la outs day
A 7URMraT vtamamoy
Waal Tlri li > Bnaaxrau r gg tat
Ml tact Mar MmeIel llafeait
AYirEKLtNO July 24Tho Dcmocratlo State
Convention which began It Mnlon In this
city yesterday was Ib moat renarkabto Con
entlon held In this Htnte since 18G1 Thtrteea
hundred delegate were proxent and 10000
traneors were In the city The Convention
met In the tternrxm to hem the report of the
various committee VTJiea the OotrtmlUee oa
ormanentOrr > tilnitlon reported n storm of
nays greeted It The committee recommended
for permanent Chairman Oeo II MofMtcdltor
of the Itrgtttrr To oppoiltlon came from the
Stat officials particularly the Governor
Auditor and Supreme Court whom the Itfgllf
tad charrtd with maladmlnUtratlon hinting
at fraud In the case of the court Instantly tho
Convention was In in uproar DelnmtMroMto
heir featand thecallerle overpowered the door
keeper end filled the Oonrentton floor Cheers
and blase filled the air Tke Chairman mu
powerless Scores of delegates Imbed to the
speakers platform and thronged tho pros
seats A motion was made reject the report
ot the committee Vhon United States Sen
ator Kenna who favored the motion attempt
ed to speak after A moment inlot hewn
Jssed down anLcries > ot Put him out I were
heard on all side Mr Moffett mounted the
vnakars desk and rebooted a Indication ol
its article but declined to be acandidate for
Chairman for Jackson replied to Itoffott la
a bitter spceoh which was n deteneo ot lila ad
ministration The apech was listened to with
much Interest as It was the first effort the
lovcrnor ha made to vindicate his course
U Its conclusion the Convention main resolved
Melt Into n howling mob and for three hours
utterly obstructed all business The Chairman
vainly called for order Many motions wore
ofTured none ot which were hoard br over a
score of people AtG oclock without having
transacted any buslnoss In a four hours sea
sine Chairman In deamratlnn ndmrrned
thui Convention antll 0 A M today HatlRca
Ion meetings were lucId last nIght nt the Blab
douse Fifteen thousand people wore prorent
but them wn little enthnslasm Senator Ken
na Oov Jackson and the Itoaalfr were biased
Lewis linker owner of the 1rgistrr la a mom
her of this Democratic National Committee Ua
started lor Sow York yesterday
Today the Convention nominated E TVolls
Wilson Governor This action Is I generally
regarded as a blunder which will cost the party
he Stato in October tad Jsmncrats of prom
Inence and Influence rear for tho result oat bun
national tlckot Cliamplrmfd by the antimo
nopoly and antlTlDit element Sir M llsan will
have arrayed aenlnat aIm tho railroad and
corporation interests of flue State while thou
sands ot voters beyond such Influences but
who are open and avowed enemies of toy
Jackson and his associate In the State Uov
ernment will withhold their support from
the bead of the ticket and secretly labor for
Its overthrow The Convention ban been
marked throughout by thus mont bitter anltnon
ttoft The spectaclfl of HIM Governor himself
mounting a chair and liifwlrui down his oniio
nents In debate In the presence of thoifsantls la
but a ample of lhi plnt displayed At no
time during the pine hours ot tlip morning
surislon wa the Convention tinder the control
of the Chairman und there were times tvhon
half an liner would olapan bpfore a speaker
c era Id secure silence sufficient to make himself
heard by those In his Immrdlate vicinity
After naming Thomas Duffy ol Webster for
Auditor and W 1 > Thomp on of Caboll for
Treasurer a moos was taken until Oi P M
when an effort will be mail tncomplntn the
ticket tonight Tho platform simply endorses
the Chtraeo declaration nf principle and the
resolutions tttoiittiul at Charleston In April Last
After thp Qnbiinintorlal issue had been de
tided fully 400 lUlofaUm withdrew from tho
jail During the neailonof the Convention a
storm of greet vlolnncn arose and lightning
itirntupthastrltch board thii We torn Union
oftlce in Convention Hall Injuring two dole
COtlS
patThin night session was a repetition of tim
scenes of the day IntenslUfd Many loading
Democrats absented themselves The Admin
stratlon faction uualnit a strong prntnHt no
cured the ondorsintent of the la < i < esement act
The Healiter will nay that Wilson Is young
progressIve a line orator magnetic and agocctf
lawyer and will glvn the State n pure admlnlx
ratlon If elected As to thin other nominees
the KrgMer will say that It rnjirnta that the
the Convention has imposed upon thin party
tluo responsIbility of carrying such a load Into
the campaign
uIGIITA A fti > on ons or Kit TIIK tttrtat
The lTnsvcpt Missed Plav He f and Bone
Work of Long Idiinil City
Each ot the flvownrcis ot Long Island
City has a contractor who Is supposed to ro
move the garbage twice a week and to keep
tho streets clean In hits district Some people
say they havo never soon the contractors clean
the streets Tho streets however are in a
Fair condition thanks to rain storms and to
the fact that householders try to keep their
street fronts In Rood shape Most of the streets
are dirt roads and their condition depends on
thn weather
On the city lino are sovorai bone boiling
tabllBliniontn which rollutn thu air and untu s
carefully watchfd distribute dirt all around
that neighborhood Within thus city limits urn
many plKiinrlns containing from five to thirty
pigs naoh fed on swill brought from New York
and brooklyn These also make their neigh
borhood Illthy and odorous Several of the
keepers of thexo plKKeries havn been Indicted
by action of the Hoard of Health
The Board of Hnath and Mayor Pain are at
lOKCnrheads an the Mayor refused to act with
the Hoard an long as no physician IB connected
with It The Mayor accuses the member
ot being in the pay of men who maintain
tim nulnunctR and says the Indictmentagainst
the piggeries worn only brought for the pur
pose of levying blackmail
Greenpoint Is In falrlvclean condition Many
rt the streets ot WtlllAinsburgh north of Grand
street are very dirty and look as if they bail
not been cleaned In months Garbage Is scat
tered over the cobblestones and the cutters
are blocked with mud A great many olggorles
are located In Ited Book South Brooklyn
Health Commissioner Raymond Is I trying to
root them out and ha already begun proceed
ings against twentytwo persona
iou use flAILS MRS cuiir rnr
One e > r tke > Kaialla erf ritrkl I an Italia
Daee Ma > na
Young Capt MoOullaeh applied aereral times
to Jnallcei suIting In tics Tomb lor warrant to raid M
rack unset but could not prodnoa evidence mtaagh to
get then Ha arrested women coming oat of tha plaaa
until he was tired They were illicaarged either In taa
police court or on habeas corpse Bonn Says ago he told
the proprietress Mrs Kllxabaih Coin Tin the Dermis
wife of Mr Sam Chin Tin that aha inset nova oil of his
precinct Rue went up to Mott street and hired more
elegant quarters paring f 10 a month She was lo move
In nn dull I
Katie King of SS Baxter street was one ot the women
who frvnuentcit W4 ark rtreet Recently eke quit going
there she nuel Mrs Chin Tin In an Italian daiica house
lass Monday night Mr Chin Tin hisS plenty of money
and paid for dOuche for all tile ynwng women except
Katie and her two eoiipanlona Ma taunted Katie and
Kail hit her and was arraetrd
Then Katie began to make atatamanta about the icier
on In the Park atreat houee and Mra Chin Tin was ar
railed on a charge of keeping a disorderly booms Tom
Lea give ball for her
Trtlle > 4r a > t tke > Woof lids r
There were three trots on the programme at
tha Wait Side Driving Park near Jersey City yesterday
Tna Brat Was a sweepstakes otC2UO mile heats belt
1 In 5 In barneia In the betting DU1U Taold tee tti
Mlddletown PrInce WO Ktta B IS teM la Oil
patch won lha trot la three straIght heats laThe 24uJ
24414 243
The aecond trot warn a awaeriatakea of 11 so mill best
beet 3 In 5 in barnes LootsPoUr psi EmIly ii
131 5uuggier Jr 10 ioUuv won lb Cr11 liestis
2tO3t Emily ii the seoa4 and SIuliul In 34at 252
btmuguCtei Jr napturi lbs founlh In 2i55 Said kmuiy
ii ulie ilth beat and trot to 230
The ticinl trot suss a sweepitakee Cf 1100 malta hsaiL
best I in 5 Iii ham liens Suiner was a big favorite
setilug at I5 Tapioca 15 JIm SiC Forresier 5
Tapioca non the utrsi such ecost beau in 2410 2 42
Porreiter WOO lb thIrd In 244 and JIm the ourth in
2Mt Dickness eArning on tile tieS Was poetpuueul
until this attetnociui
Tn Catch Bowleg Mgntta
CAUIS Mo July aiIn the rowing regatta
her today for sIngle aoalla the flat heat was wee by
Teainar by ona length In SO mlnutea and SU aetonda
llamm vie second Riley third and McCormick fourth
In the aaeond heat Ten Eyck came In Oust by twelve
lengths with Conley scrawl llamm third and Langley
fonrihi time ttiif The third heat waa wou by tlau
daur by en leiijthi In I XI inlnutM M aceoaOa Lee wee
atrouif Vail third mid Hoainer fourth
Teenier hanoi Ten Kyck Outlier Oaudanr and Lea
pull In the anal hiat tomorrow and inten a interest le
shown In the race Teemr Ii I considered as flrat man It
nn accident occult and feudist a ema to lie tha
favorite for aecond inoiie thmiirh Ten liyck la thought
lo aland sn aven chance with him
Ireland Win he Mali Shield
LONDON July 24At the Wimbledon rifle
coined today the blchn shield was won b > the Intel h
tram The irore Mae ISHS The scot of the Houleu
team sasi47d that of tha Engllin taaui 1474
reeksp Tkey TaMk a Fr lik Teals
None of the homing pigeon which were set
free lu Maltnoii III tail Caiurday haa arrived at their
Cole la Mawtik Ua avanlii
fTOMtJ 9f VOMtX BTXAXlTf
AlLeged onwcs LeSter tS let
TMtaXl BMalM laMIVM I Wee
There k 1 s irtorr afloat that tire Cnbms
have planned to annihilate the Spanish army
in Cuba with dynamite that they bar estsb
Uhed a depot for the crxploslvra and other
war entolle at Nausea ant that tb leaden ot
theonplra rnara purchased large quantities
of dynamite In tMs city and have been nego >
latlng for more These discoveries It Is aV
eved wore made by Unite Btatns doUotlv
who wore detailed by Secretary Fobir to work
no the case in consequence ol ananonymou
letter which announced that a dynamite Una
in this city was supplying dynamite in large
quantities to the nvoratfonarr party InOvba
JU unsigned letter was received byiecretary
olgor and detective were put to work on the
ease They learned that some men who ap
peared to be either Cuban or RpaaUrd had
bought dynamite but not a meat daal They
were unable to trees these perrons In any war
or to find out for what purpose the dynamite
wee wanted Borne time ago there was a mill
tart supply depot at Namon N r which is
under the Drltlah flair but nothing has been
ascertained by the United States dr tctlvo
that ihows In any war that dynamite ha been
sent there f ran this port When Kr It Ra
lera the editor of El Srpuratltla the
Cuban organ In this city wae rrstod oa
Funn 15 by a detective In the employ of tile
Spanish Government on the chance ot ship
pIng dynamite forth Cuban Iniurrectlonlst
If was said that Nassau was the port to which
fie dynamite was bound although It WKS
uarkcd for Kay West The charge against Mr
Robiorawuts dismissed and It wa tint proves
then that dynamite had been shipped to Nan
minor any where else for the Cubans The
Spanish vleoConsnl for Now York said van
nrtlar that bn did not believe the story and
bathe bad not heard of < my dynamite having
been exported Un thought that It mainly
iroso from the charges which were made when
Mr Itublera wa srpested
The story Is generally denied br the Cuban
ovoluUoalBta bore who say that they have
bought no dynamite at all
It Is the work of Bpanlah detectives Mr
tubcra said yesterday They undoubtedly
sent the unsigned letter ana plotted no that
when there was an Investigation there should
be Bnoutrh evidence to create suspicion so that
ho American deteotlve might flBd out that
something bad been doing They managed
not to leave any tracks behind them too Th y
flvldnntly bought some dynamite themselveH
br Spaniards and Cutoans look alike All that
ban been found oat hi that acme one ha
bought a email quantity of dynamite The
object ofthe detectives is to make the trpsnlsh
Government bellovo that thoy nrn doing great
work This tory makes the ringleaDers of
conaplmcy and the purvhawr ot the dyna
mite Gen Macoo Gen Aculleraand Coo Con
radnz Thorn is nn one Conrader who UA
Cuban patriot Them Is a person of that
name but lie wits never a Onbtm patriot Gen
U nee o Is nt Honduras and Gen Aguliera in
Kingston Jamaica The story also nays that
one Lnsoeuro Is I In charge of the alleged mill
arydupot at Nassau Lassoura was never In
the conlldrtnce ol the Cuban patriot
The stemnohlp Atlas which arrived bore
thIs morning from Jamaica brought Internet
nit newsMr ittiblera continued The Span
sh manofwar Almandarcz tired at the British
sloop Scud off Tort Morant and when the
loop lay tosnnt an armed force on board to
search It When It wan evident that tim Scud
was not n Cuban filibuster she was allowed to
go on On July 12 the Captain of the manof
war was arrested by a Lieutenant and two
marines of thin British steamer Flamingo by
order of the Commodore Too Spaniard was
bulled by the Bpanlwli Consul but thecunboiU
cannot leave port until lbs affair is sottlod
Mr Ilublora also said that from advices ro
celvod from Cuba yesterday It appears that the
Spanish troops tit 1ortau Prince have mutinied
on account of not receiving pay for four
Months In consequence the Spanish general
In Havana topped payment of all orders on
the Treasury so that the money due the
soldiers might bo rained This ho said caused
Cold to frlHH from 113 to 128 Tho cause of tho
advance was not generally known and much
Mirprlrn wa occasioned because it was
nought thut the proposed treaty between the
United States and Spain ought to bring cold
down
FORKMEff JOIN TIlE STRUCK
A Party of ItalIan I horcia All MM
IVork Out of Mjnepmkjr
The Exccutlvo Committee of the Brick
layers Union held nn allday session In Ameri
can Hall yesterday Committees reported that
a majority of the foreman employed by the
lxos wbo were standing out against tho nine
hour rule had Joined tho strikers The strikers
said that this was an important victory since
the bosses would have to take the places of
their missing foremen and It is said that If
thoro Is anything a boss hates to do it Is that
The Italian laborers employed by John Fish
have cone on strike In order to show their
sympathy for the strikers They are nonunion
men but this act ontltlen them to the counte
nance of the union It was reported that two
llrmxof the Mason UulldorH1 Association had
given In to Ito dnmand These were K Y
CoiimollrAfliiii and K Chapter
Situations were procured yesterday for fifty
men It was said that there were situations
open for every bricklayer now out on strike
and that the strikers would begin to accept
tlmsn situations next week unless the strike
should como to nn end before then
At the mason builders meeting In the even
Ing It wan announced that Joseph Hchlefflnr A
bout had joined the awoolatlon and stopped
work They employed 60 bricklayers and 80
The following also reported that they had
stopped work Vix ft 30bricklayers and
85 laborers Wm i GnMiner 18 bricklayers
and 32 laborers John Schwelgert 20 brick
layers and 05 laborers
Fixing the Wawwof Window Gloe Worker
Bcniirrox July 24 Isaac GUn President ot
the Window Olaaa Workaraof the Unite State atopptd
her today on his way to Plrtladelphla where be will
meat the manufacturer nt the casters dlitrlct tomor
row to flxthe scale of wages to ba paid during the emu
Ing year Ycalerday ba met tit manufacturer ot the
northern dlatriot In Syracia and arrange matters
amicably with them A ihort lime ago the leeUon was
aaUafMtorlly sdjietetd with Ik tmajoyen af the west
era district An understanding lata In the glaaa trade
that the scale ot wage ahall be agreed njion one rear lu
advanc The sister dietriet incldee Nsryuael Ucla
were new Jersey amid lime easter portltm of reaaayl
yenta Mr Cllaa has but recently returned from aerpe
where he spent several week rfecUag aaorgaiitaa
ties since lIce glaa warts nf Belgium rraacai Ger
many aid Emrlaad He sys that nowhere U niera M
jnaa eileen anioaic the inaaee aa ha Httneaa la Knar
land He gava akarrvwlng ceacrlbtlo f tha tvranny
praotlMd open th warkman at She great FUilacloa
work In Si Helena LancaiMre where the men are
treated wore than slave sect where tka rata of wages
la not onefifth what U paid In tha United State
H Who View BaMatn Knot Take tke Oen a
Seeded
Mrs Caroline Smith wa walking along Car
lisle street wken yMn Charles nil H aha sileees ap
plied a match to a Chinese bomb and threw It new bar
The bomb eiploded and Mre Smith was aenrelr In
lured Fltsut was arrested auui timed 10 hire Smith re
cently began an notion In tIe Oily Court agalnit Kilnl
elalmlngBlaodaruage and had Tihn armted Balni
enable t furalili bad ka was sent to Lvdlow atreat JaJf
Tntrrday hli enunad moped I the lay inert to vacate
the order of arrait upon the ground that the defendant
was under age aarf further ha4 th explosion of the
bomb waa McMental ctilel Jiatlca McAdam denied the
natlou a < > 4 heldthaaethefutiuget Cblneaa u ore be In
the etrat la unlawful peraa krcakJne tkla law limit
tage tie eoaau nea
fury BMkme Aaimllnnl Arrcelo
The polio ot Long Island City bars captured
birth f the a alla llf Mary BoOs They are Dears
Jfytre seed IT and Jama Olllm aeed IS Belk reeld
In Finb atreat They were taken to the county lull
whir tbe girl picked Ihe4aui rom among the vfhw
prince > poeltlvely Identlfylnv them ItyBe attempted
u lump from a tblr < liiory window when the oltlccra
weul to arrest him last night B nli primmer have lad J
reputatloua They will be eiamuie tomorrow
Three GkllOcai Browned
HILWAUKIE July 34 There was a distress
ing fatality at Siajnlco near Incas Bay yesterday
uraoon Joaeph Ashley three little children left
home tarlv is I lha lay t tick berrla Not reluming
search waa mad aim theIr badlea ware found In a
utraant near br They had trdpjeul and gun In wadinar
rIce victim were Olhar acid Si Henry aged and
frwdy aged 6 year a
rae AlM nl JJr kr Beings
WASHINGTON July 24Mr Robert Bruce the
broker whose prolonged absence gave rise to the report
that ha had fled from the ally In financial ambarraaa
went returned today sad iata ha will publish ahartly
a itatenieiit of hUatfnna whIch will show the baialaa
cuaracler of Ilia report In circulation about him
Making Cooper Vales SJironc
Some time ago those In charge of Coosusu In
autuU noticed slight Indlrallooa that the PointS aveline
wall had Milled Aa a matter of precaution additional
puiara and new fanndalloui have been becuii along that
trout and will probably be completed lualUe ot A mouth
BalcU In Ik Mar lit Krl
ERIK July ILThis evening a welldressed
Stranger apiarintly middle aged Meant arowboat
sad going to the middle ot the her lamrJ overboard
It la reported that be was a emnauraial mass The bdy
U being druged for
Mr Luary to atall T aaairnr
Mr Langtrr sails for England tomorrow
In lbe ArUona It le eatS that ur lateat aoonaltl >
Uw Okluraa bay will accampany Sir M aoaalr Ihe
Hetualk araenU
ltz hf Wget
Vt sremdee I ami
Taorlm mt t tnmmg n
fuas Jnlf SaVTben wer 10 deaths from
choker m Marseilles last nht and 22 today
bvtweratbeiietinof tAXaodflM rM At
be Share Hospital five bnvetH and five have
been discharged cured since last nleht Elcbtr
petionteetfil vernal IuthcabnspItsbu
In Toulon thorn warn 10 death front cholera
lam night and 4 betweenlOALsndgfX
oy TIM conditIon ot Touiee La nmtlr
imnrovtd Eighteen fresh ease were admit
ted Into the hogpHals tnere todar tee
drier Hoepltal ht tint city contain 133 cases
and only a few of them are soriou It ii I
omclally announced that the cholera epidemic
at Msrsellloi and Toiiloa U decreasing The
health of Paris I is good
The camber of dnatbs fmra cholera In Art
reached 31 la two days There were euvsn
lealh there today and three In Lr Valette
f is majority of the inaWtanU of Aries have
Jed from tnolr home
In the Clamber of Deputle today X Bert
pua54kneetl the Government concerning the
law rl trag to epidemics He oomphilnea
lhatth necsesanr tp had not been takim to
prevent the spread of ibo cholera M Harts
son Minister of Commerce in reply said ttie
Govornment resolved to enform the newnaary
ninairurna bnttb lio rdof Intillo Health de
clared that ODvernment action wa not ynt
ooeeaarr 31Cldmsncsinii moved that acorn
nlsslon otnDflmd ot eleven members of the
pharnbnr be dofpatehed to examine the In
lected AJstrleta Trie motion wan rejected by a
vote of 819 to 103 Tbe Government Unmanned
flue order of the day pore and simple which
wa adopted br a veto of 9J7 to 83
Thnre were fortyeight deaths from cholera
at Marseille daring the twentyfour hour
ending nt H oclock tonight
MuisiiMEH July 24The aspect bore Is ba
coming morn ombre at the Hessagerles
Maritime Only one steamer arrives weekly
from Algeria That esUtllnhment has also
suppressed the lions to Syria South Ameri
can pncknts cease to call here The Coatoms
omen and quay are deiuirtml Many funer
als take place durlnc the night the burials
lag performed by the aid of lantern lights
The Mayor han Interdicted annual fair and
forbids processions Aug 15 An offlnlnl In
quiry Into the deaths twelve Sisters of Char
ity and tho Father Almoner ot the Nunnery
Ittralto showed that tho last suerileuts were
performed over the body of the first Sister who
heoutsee a victIm to the dIsease without dlaln
footing the cell clothes of the deceased Sister
G1tx4y flOUTINU 1ESTIAL
avery rare of Ik Xmplr Itepewseisted at
ik a kiimiir > et in K iinif
LONDON July 24The great Gorman
shooting festival which has just boon concluded
at Lelpslc Is admitted on all sides to have been
he most Imposing event of tim kind In modern
times All the arrangements wore on a colos
sal scale far exceeding those of any previous
ichutzcnfest and even dwarfing the great prize
meeting for British riflemen now In progress
at Wimbledon The number of visitors almost
equalled tho permanent population ol tolpelc
being estimated at 100000 and the appearance
of the ancient and picturesque Maxon city
rivalled that soon at Its famous fairs When
very street and couit yard 1s turned Into a
bazaar
Tho marksmon assembled from ovory por
lon of the German Empire and Including
ninny Austrian sharpshooters numbered no
less than 10UOO and an unexcelled degree of
proficiency wan shown in the various contests
One of the most striking features of the fes
tival was a gorgeous procession in which the
various epochs of Gorman military history
ware shown with great accuracy of costume
and scenic details lu the several tableaux On
the last day of thin mooting thuro was n emit
banquet In which 8000 moMs participated
There were great number of patriotic toasts
but the one wCielt provoked tho most enthusi
asm was To the Germans in Aiutria who
will sooner or Inter stand shoulder to shoulder
with their brethren In the Fatherland against
Sclavonic aggression This sentiment was
frantically applauded find round after round
of cheers wore given for the forenhadoiyod
AuatroGorinanlo ulllanco
To bo Tried by EaaJIek Law OBJcen
LONDON July 24The Dublin Castle officials
ore furious over the action ot the English Government
In withdrawing the prosecution of Cornwall French
Pillar and the reel ot the prisoner accuiitd of bestial
crimes Dublin from Hie Irish law offlceri and In
trusting to Attorney General Sir henry James and
SollcttorOeneral Sir Farrer herschel The action of
ot the Government was based upon a veilgrounded
belief that tha Irish crown lawyera being frlenda of the
chief prisoner would h l unfit to rnannge the ease either
fairly or elllcleittly indeed It le rltrncult to eee how tha
Government could hare done otherwUe In view of the
fact that the Uullln rubtlo Prosecutor heavy Holton
U one of tic men second ot ahameleaa vice by Mr
UHrlrn In Inllnl Irrlawl
Mr Boltini hat mnady strained the machinery of the
law to Hie iitiuoet In a vain error to punlih Mr OBrlvn
and U li not lo be liiiavtntil that lie would exert hlinaelt
S cry etmiuouily to convict tho prmrnt prlionen who
evil If they are tint acaniupllrcii nf lil arc at least ecce
mire of Illrlen The nureuct dKcumlnn of the tloguat
tug icnmlal atilfillir the Dlililln oni lale has developed a
S try irvnrral feeling amnine lice Llberali tliiit he whola
ryeteni of cache fiveniinvnt li rotten and tnuit cur
talnly be reformed If not abollihcd
The lfejrpttjka Conff reac >
LONDON July 24The Egyptian conference
met today and adjourned In the llouie of Commona
today Mr Gladstone laid that the couterenca would re
aiicmbla on Monday next tier which day he would
state whether Parliament would be liked to sanctIon
any nnancial arrangement
tieforethe meetlnir ot the emiferenre today M Wad
illiigtnlitilth his technical adviser M Itllgnlereiheld an
Interview with Earl Uranrllle ami the Itkrht Ilou Hugh
O < hllilrr In the Kurelvii onuo M Wmliltnmon offered
a provisional inodincatlim of the tawnefeiring sell liq
uidation of the Kgviillan debt and also cmicedrd th
reform of the Ecyii icu land tax upon the rntiditlon
list Eirl Iranville accept the reel of the French pro
jecl Mr Thlldera advocate the accrptatice of H Wad
dlHytona protuwdttoni The prooeeUluga of the confer
eec tend toward an entente roruiole
Tke riot AtwUat the Czar la PoUaC
VTABSAW July 24The Inquiry Into the plot
lo blow up Be palaca during the Cain vIsit lo Warsaw
shows that elaborate and farreaching plans war
adopted Evidence la adduced to prove that the con
eplratore after murdering IbaOrar Intended lo provoke
a rebeUlon is Poland and weitcrn Kuaat plunder the
Jews and rich tntdeaman ot naraaw audto Mile the
silos In the arsenal
Mae Mom to Kccrnlt kr Bealth a Tretaad
LONDON July 34Mme JIarle Doze the
prtniarloana ha almost completely recovered nun the
Inlermltteot fever by which aha wee attacked on tue
8th lest but will tie unable to appear In public tint sea
500 Hhalato start lomerrow oa a vlail to Ireland
hoplnflocoinpletelyrtexabllib her health by a period
f absolute nit la the vicinity of Ullarney
A Mew Mcxleeua Lone
LONDOK 24fefior Noetdln the Mexi
can debt agent la endeai orlng to lactate lha Barlnga to
place new Mexican loan of S30 000000 alT percent
LutereM U U reported that Use uouaalti U ceinlug to
Eiropt toconolud the contract
Marjr Anelcnon to Beeo a ay Kim
LONDON July 24It ii I persUtantly asserted
In uatliollo clrclca that there la great ilkellhooii ot Mary
Anaeraooe jglnliif the OantieHta nnna
Javelin Notoe
The officer of Keleona Itagihip Tlclory at Torts
mouth will entertain the Philadelphia cricket team ass
banquet on July SI Admiral Hornby will preside
The bricklayer of Peatb Hungary have strvck ten a
deduction ot he number of working hour per day In
one Initanca they attempted to demnliih a building
Mil police had much dlntrulty In restoring order
Aaerioua aflray ka ocearrtd near Inverness Scot
land between the deer stiCkers labureri andgllllee on
tha great e ute of Mr CLime lice American million
aire A gllll named flampbelt killed a laborer Reused
Maglllwray Campbell baa been arrested
5mefed Stalk or Aertea nVillor
PBIULDELPHIA July 34 Whea th time ar
rlvad today for the Meamahlp Illlnola the American
line lo sail for Liverpool the craw declined to an aboard
and wen Joined by lIce waltera flrenwm looks and
meiainen Their action was caused by the determina
tion tt the company to take advantage of the new
law known a the Dingier Shipping Mil which dree
American eompanloa the right la stli crews al either or
boil f tk ports betnecn which their vessels run
When the American sailors realized that they would
Hker have lo take their dtehanre at Liverpool or us
lam home al CT a incalh leaawage the rata paid he
EngUih eaters they decided to atrlk The company
ads enttsed for Inca to ship Cr015 riiltadelplila to Liver
toot Instead of for the round trip but although many
Jandiuieu applied the enunicany we tunAble to enroll a
omieteut crew At II A M the Illlnoli had all her
paiarngera and a cargo valued at Kretaau aboard but
ae there wa unlikelihood of lha sailors aarrendrrlng
the oi > mi > any yielded Theairlkeraatragded In one br
one sighed Hi papera nn lha oil plan and at lbs old
wales threw oft lha ships inoorlnga and war soon on
their way to sea
The Letter Virrtcr VetcaUloeia
By Aug 1 said Assistant Postmaster
OarWr yesterday I expect lo have my llte com
pleted of carriers who ii on vacatlaa and of sub
atllulee The vacations cannot extend this year beyond
Septtmber for time election will give ni all wa can do
alter that The men are M have Iwo wteki siC tee
I cannot exactly say how manr aubailltitea will liar la
be engaged Moetof ilia carrier will haT tlieir ream
tioucs tic the next two monthi and the others will lice
leici week lu next Mav sal June for our year duel not
Uriulnala until June 51 ia
ftaapeetcd Aeanultlaa a Wnaan
The Trenton police have arrested a negro
named Charles Chamber upn auipicloa that ha U the
man who made an aaeanll suen Mr White on a lonely
road near this ouuklrli the city en Monday evening
Mra White resist stoutly and her erica brought Slime
J GrliDn to her aid aud the man lied before he had In
lured the woman Grump struck Ills Man am III head
Wlik a elsa Suell kIll Whrte aatd UrlMa taliM Cham
ben la lbs man Me wa aea on lIsa road a auan time
before the useewonee
4 4La
ft
a1SWML4t wjirn to EID
tsp s er reuuyntMsrseuI
5 iess
Orarucl for Wllllnm O lllilnolnnder will
more In the Oen ral 6 lont Court this morn
log to tiara t aside the order for an examina
tion by eommlMlonr of Wilntlander1 pres
ent mental condition and to bar his pica of
ot guilty entered under hi iBdlotmsnt for as
ault In UM On t decree committed upon Law
rnr Drake Under the plea of not guilty
Ehlnelaadnr mar If bo chooses have hi
rnuittr at the lime of the assault Inaulred into
by ooromUslonHra
Mr Clarks aMldarlt says that be was taken
by surprise when be had como to court to inter
KhltielandcrH plus at the announcement
that a commission bad been Appointed
lUilnelander ba says Hand In danger now
ot Imprisonment for lifo without trial
while ten pears Is the most ba could
get if oonvloted of assault In the first de
gree and If It ahould bo found on his plea bat
Ire wax InSane at the time of the assault ba
won Id hare no trial to stand should ho recover
115 sanity Mr Clark charge that llhlne
landers family applied for the present com
mlvslonand that the Court waaImposed upon
Margaret nttlnelandirr makes antdavlt that
nortlr after her marriage In 1H7A while she
wa living with niilnelandnr in Toronto Law
rrr Drakn eamnthere and said that he bad
Df > enantborindbyBhlneland rfnmllr to put
Rhlnelanderln lunatic asylum union phe left
him and went to Europe Hhe replied that W
hnsband was no more Insane than the was
whereupon Drake threatened tnhava him con
fined 1f lie roturneti to tire United State and
prtnrerl him 3000 ayear to go to Europe anti
live Rite nays that Mrs Oakley and her son
HO Onkler Hhlnelnndera uncle told him nt
the Toinb In her presence that It was better
for bite submit to confinement In nn Insane
nsylum She ray that since the return of
Rhliiemndert father and mother from Europe
lsay Intro visited Lawyer Drake In lloosovelt
Hospital but hare not vlnlted Ithlnelander In
the Tombs She cars her husband Is lane and
that his family have never forgiven him lila
marriage
Ithlnelander make n corroborative affidavit
Adding that during the present rear bn has
been threatened by Drake with Incarceration
In an asylum tf he did not permit Drake to in
terfere unmolested In his family affairs
Dr VI H XVnlsh notified Recorder Smith
yesterday nf his disinclination to serve ns ono
nf the commIssioners appointed to inquire
lute Rhlnelitndora vanity
P487DB AKD FLOCK FALL OUT
Mr Jawkaena ajtlll file < kej Pulpit wktak Ike
retkrtm Wish klM IC Varat
A council ot Baptist churches in Newark
advIsed tbo colored pastor and brethren of
Bothany Church to try to settle their differ
ones This advice ho not been hooded Tho
deacons mid that Pastor William Jackson mis
appropriated money whloh ho collootod for
the church Alter hearing the testimony thu
council exonerated film Thechurcli resolved
however on Wednesday evening to ask Mr
Jackson for Ida resignation and to give him
three months notice to leave the church
The committee appointed to ask for mr
resignation said Mr Jaokson yesterday
have not come to me yet and when they do
come they wont get It The whole alTalr is nn
effort toirat rid of roe because they owo mo
money When Icamo here in Juno 1878 there
were only thirty members I built up tho
church again and raised money for It Thou
tho alary was started that I bad taken its funds
Tim trouble partly arises from tho fact that 1
believe In political liberty and vote the Demo
cratic ticket when 1 want lo Many of titte eon
crngatlon ore Republicans and for my Demo
cratic proclIvities they persecute me
Tbn council also advised that Mr Jncknon
take possession of tIle pulpit again next Hun
day and if Interfvrod with take his case to
thn courts Mr Jackson says he means to
preach next Sunday
rN4NC14L AND COMMIiZH dIAL
Now Week Mock xck ace Nnlai Only 4
V ITXD flTATBS iTD neArs IIOKDI iv iioooj
GOtlLdscI2ofi 23 Onlegotci1OO
BilLBOAD ASD OTtIRn BOIPI ice 91OODI
72 Auis paoInoi5il4 l MoPacitlis
30 RntKA N no 10 But Uu TI C7au K
a the AO MAI 128111 Ji 14NorlMlto nl > j
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5 ttIt A07 IJ 4 North Stolli07 >
10 ClTccIs f lO21e5lirt5 ON ACIlat Ill
7CanCo istI5csliiuh > 1 NYhulstliii
7Centrara mi aNYCuAftLlatUu
DCeutlac54JcriOS 5t4WcouliSt
2CetclacLg100 uorttANtills
All9f 110 OiOlilo8ornc23iilu
1 DeutttJtltlit lemur8Luo its
13 DoS ltUon40a471 < 7 Or Imp litG7kaMi
25 Den A H U W a 1eojjA KIUTrTasH
let JfllK > li 1O Ho w A O ex
1 P1IXA BSlit SiC 3l ttt QAfl
151 Erlecru245611q501 e Rock III He 134
tIll 117dm 54 ttuA55f0 it uuiA huIiinpe let
illiillTeuntholleluc no
srtWonn let ft 528tlAkIalst
llnulAittET75 ronitsittt
5 lad A 111 Int 73XW7I 6 fit P A Ma lat
ill huLA lit at 5ctt Dakes IOHU
Iron MCA V IU3 > 27 St f 1114
lit iron bit nn M 1149113V
lHlrcnXtse 05 + u4 list reon iiajj
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23 KscATgl ci 70litJ4 w u
23 KeivAT gtcsJ4thg57 ost r let t s 51 ii IUC
12 K la BorOia I hlien nllt ItO
d WjlMl 37Tx IacH uJd 49441V
SLakeKh IXi ITexraol lkOCI7i
lULou A N O Br VI I tar II 24 ut ic3
3lil A Mo lIly 3dmi Terre iidlyiS >
C Mar A lii lit 111 1 IxA hOt4Dtvitt
1 Mel Kl lit ICU BUn Paclc IIM
3 Mich1n6sIlc2t U WabA Pnl4Olca4di3 i
5 Mo P con05093 1 70 West Sb 04J > 1 J3Jfi
IUILIU > AI > AMD 015CC usa
RaVIrnadic lOOMut CnT 12 >
II AIIATil 23 iUus
400 Am T A 9 M so NorfAwpr
17lio Can laediitllQii4 1S7U Nor Knclliii4IH
luau ten outb30ugnJ UVMlNor Iacpf4 r47
ltriiOentBJtie4ti iS15Nrwn7c3ul1
473 Cent Pac 414ie4t 61 Krwn pf IIUKA iiat H
1UICCO AI J lkIO3YCso1lu7I1Ut
III CllA Mtitiu tat NVCh AHt U
1723 nLMaQtttt5iuTt Ut liY utW M7J
UKIOhea 0 tf 731 NY A It K ltsei2
ltxvhstLar 0 pfl4 V A N
BVUh8t L 4 p II 177KalTRV
Pr isMelo 1000 Omaha
BOODeliid i 2015 tim pf Ml
27T4icDlAWll4ll3 OJOOrHAK
fi3tpeuAlLOlU3felU lOOOnLaW n
6201 Krla ootnl4 al4U lush Uhio tent I
exiKrle pr f ilis fhlnhoulh 8 >
IE Tentu434 SIlO Or4Trsns10gIo
850kTenntit 4tO0 Pea 3taii4tIi4s4S
Iltull 4 Ta Cent4t teuo Pan US Ll4MubtI
IOU III Uentl2e < alJ5 MurauocIOri
10 lit Cent leased 47ottaadlnf37 c
llnei iSli Rich n atst
1S50 TndltLA Wi45l33 WRlcluJfvT >
111224 Ken 4Tezltt5litc5 2HMHoAPItU2M
tthituoLake shmterr dl 10 flock Tuliittil3t
HOHLK AWUS4I3 1445151iA Ktii4un
8100 Ixio A NF44Nt ltcrdKsTz aciU
HUMaatfnny 3lil tin Pea33
lUeulACt 3 ikuiWab4iea
lusts NIck CenOdkStid 253 Wab A r pf141t414 <
73536 kIll A bL r 37230 WestUnTtouoOo
ecimvee54 Seats
413 MIL a Str Commero 147
lireltu1lti7 t CM OMIavMI
tbXoccmtigsyl 900 Colorado
4JO Mpolta 81 u txtrtsme
ems141014 SOWttleKgo
BOOMpolliABt L Total sale 4O5WU
pref
cuiiica ysiela
Md adam lid 4114
Vn 414ee 114 112 o LATex 1c84 uue
UH4lilr hits 1121 IJ Cent03 i
ua4rIk5 lS NTCktlucItin7u lU7h
U 8 4ee I lkIi Non hacito iu SBif
usaire ucxct Nor Fec of 45 4
Canada South 94S fi Northwest ist if
Canadian Pie 4 K tth Omaha corn 21445 3
Cicio3 A Qlltt jtH4 Omahapref SPOi lii
Oesl lsC 40Sf 4034 Oregon A T C 1034 10
CM AltonIW 111 OrkN 74 75
DLL4Wlt4 114 PactflolUU 40 dOs
DeLAIIudaon SJ PES Roeh Aritta 3 21
Den A U 10 l04 Keel llaud114V 114
Brie 5414 l4 Reacting S72 27
JItleolaCen25 iSO St P A Man 149 510
boil flask 5114 31 Teiaa A Paotno in 10 °
Lake Shore S tl0 Union Paelur W acm
tllaaoarl Pac m t H Wait Ua TL 555
N A b4lcom 77
TnunsDAT July 24
Higher price and an Increase iu the volume
ot transactions are shown by the records of to
days stock market Judging by the figures
alone there is a great demand for stocks
especially Ht Ianl Union 1adllc Lake Hhore
Central Paclllo Kannn and Texas and West
ern Union all of which were very active and
made material advances The sources of the
demand for and what Is equally important the
supply of these and other stocks la not Indi
cated in the official reports of Stock Exchange
transactions Ho far tu can bn jnnrnoil the de
mand arises In or near the Kxchanvn and the
supply Is not altogether conllnnd to those lim
its The market WAS led uiiwiud during the
first half of the day by the hlgbprlcmt stocks
especially Luke Hhore and laliir on It wa sus
tained by the count ot the lowr > rlr d ones of
which Kansas and Texas wa the most buoy
ant lit Iaui and Union Foclfl still continue
to hn the contrns ol interest Both worn very
active And made material progress toward
higher flguron At times the market hesitated
but the halts were not of such n nuturo as to be
considered reliction The clog o won strong
and final quotations were well up to tUo hlsliiwt
of the day
Themore Important oUunnai for thin day wore
juizi July 24 Jull 33 Jull 34
Canada South ant w > 4 Nor Pie nf 47
Cent Pac Jci uq N Y Oculrat ii114 ltci
ChIc 5 5 u tl7f I Itfi Ill i tCiil tilt 84
UrtVt La ail 1 53 II4 Iccaha pt t iCtt
Del A lludion 115 lM8 Cregon A t I uy so
III Denlrol 131 ItO Paccuc Salt St 40
Ian A Texas me 1814 ito 4 rItta 2q 2
Uoull A SaCs 131I ti2 51 Feud coep 7 TI
Laaai shore I Nc st raet A Macu S 51St
Ulrhr nlral JK oiv texas lrttle Cg in
MlaeourlPae 97 IMJJ umoir inc 7 liV
Nalh A Chat 4IK 41 WaK Pao p1 1tt7 is
Northweatctfin Ui imS Weal UnT t felt to
rlorfaconin IH nit
OovxrnmnnU dull and heavy without mate
rial change in notation Railway bonds
moderately actIve and bltflor Investment Is
sues were strong and sii culatlvns generally
higher The more Important change were ad
vance aa follow Atlantic andlcIlie incomes
C U tJuIney dsbsnttlteeu Denyorand
lila tlrai nonsols 2 Erie 2ds 1 k gmat Ten
nseees 5s1 Iroti Mountain 6s 2 Kausu
sad lUG 2 an 65 4N Oregon Short itus
w
6lt TMaaPaeHo BlM3 Wabash 4t n raJ
ik and West Biters lste
Money on call dearer at 1K3S V cent with h
the prevailing rate
Sterling exchange In fair domandonlr tf
lower rates 1oalnd rate were reduced X eel
per P6und to f 4H2 < end I4H4 > Actual rain
iniUy bills M81 < fMHl St demand 489
i63e and cables a4M iaMX
Check for a dividend ef IS V cent to tie
creditors of the Marine Hank will be mailed br I
The Comptroller of the Unrroncr tomorrow
The Com ptroi rexpect to nicks aooond divi
dend shortly
necolpta of internal revenue todayIMJMUOl
custom tlin510 national bank notes fur re
dem rtlon lOOlOUO
Tho amount of buHion In the Bank of Hen
land ha decreased 10283 during tbo pant
week Paris advice quot 3 pr cent at 7705
and exchange on London 251C The weekly
statement of the Hank of France shows an In 4
crease of 377KUUU francs la gold and 3788000
Iraiicn In silver
The nrst audit of the account of Ifeur
Echo Oaldwel A Lewis receivers of thelhlla
delpbla and heading Uallrond and Coal and
Iron Companies by the Master George M
Dallas was lied this af lot noon In the omoo ot
the Clerk of the United States Circuit Court
The report shows that when the rcelvnrs ac
count began Juno 3 n balance ot 10000 WM
carried over by tlin railroad company ami tilts
Including the receipts for the month makes a
total of I21S3S81 Deducting wages contin
gent xpeiise drawbacks Ar the balance at
the closo of tInt month was 237571 The Coal
and Iron Companys audit shows that the cash
balance hand June 2 In its treaanrr wa
0101 which addd to the receipts Ac made
a total of 1003335 After deducting the pay
ments for wages freight royalties Ac thus
balance oil band at tbe close of the month was
2179
Xew Tork Markets
THURSDAY July 24Eottn Atm MitT
Flour Lea active and weak but pricea without mala
rial chengo aalei lictei huts Mnal li aieadyi No j
tujerlliie 273g3iitl shIpping extras
Maun Wheat future opened 9tie lower after
ward the decline wa recovered anj prices advanced
casie leading to r nindersie degree cf acuivilyl seisi
28441te bush No 2 roIl Auiuit IKWalMVci ttepico
her uliflit1s Octuctuer lstJ3Itt November fcia
II U > V < m the epiit the market wan IftUo higher anil
fairly active toy export sales 2H7UUO bosh at 7111 c
liMfor ungraded reiti nHi inio fornewMn3doda
lYweaVafloaiTvitiUKc forrTo 2riilciigo afloat Ra
dull and heavy Oils aOC better on option cask c
llnchaiiKcill l sates JTctaO bcitc mixed 3lanw t white u
404470 No 2 Illllrd tOn No 3 mixed for July
mie Anguiit SlSctxnfc September KliHUc
Indian corn future i > irneil Itde < better but later let I
t he tinprovetiittiitt aalre DOtiesc tech No 3 inlxndt
J ulv noinltiah AUKMPI tuSfliU ci September 135
< Ujci October ui3ifiii4ci on the ipul lice market
wcs without deeded < J aiiitel sates uuuio iced h at ailjc
for No 2 mixed In elevator ink for Nn S mlxedt 04
m > ic for itngnnle do After Change Wheateaayi ho
3 red IMXc afloat for newt July nominal Anguat
1W4C Srplember H7C Uctobar WUc November
H iW Ourn unlit Xn 2 mlXMl uc dellveredi July 4
niimlual August njijut September IKl ct Oclober
iu1o Oats toUchy steady July SJJicj August 30c i
September SlctOrinlieir si > io
ruoriaioxi lArd futures opened wrnk but became
eteadler though rather qiilctt lain BlW Ice at 723A
TJMC for Anguit 7 3p7t4u for September and 74l a
7COc for Octnhcr Aftrr bniiffe the market was steady
cln Imr at 7ST7c for Autniit tWo for Hepteniber cod
7 4flc for October Rpot lard quiet t aalei tan toe at 710
471 Jr for prime city and 730pl XV for prime West
ern 1ork quiet atflA9f7 for Md and new mr tat
Incite In KY > OI demand t sale UM > pci in bulk at iMo for
ahnnldere ant tsc for hattie and HOLM tti light pickled
bellka Sc Dressed liege 737Ie ai to welzht Tallow
eailer and mure active t tiles ttt010 tit at tipe 3lto
Iiuttrr and chee rather tending upward tftt duU al
lslitttUn
UMocinim Rlo coffee was quiet on tlie spot but about
steady at lOu for fulr caritne i no aalell option Were
In tic main steady and U1M liars rhanired hands
clueIng Aurnit Hifiinc hcptcmlier H iu > usc
October pa Itw2OCI November MMl 2Oot iMcein p
ber H3ACtHso > JniiiiarylH > ii < 9N3Vt February 5834
84501 ititid grades illlllHU touts Maracalbo p t kIn
isecee held cc IBijtlHijc for vi ° int Rice stew Hawan
gars 0cc the epotiiulet at fi4S3 ei1 for fjilr to good refining
no sales Oltlonl ealer soles 20O tnna September
4v7Wqt In tone oetcilier B17XP and UO tone Decem r
tier I HIO Itetlntd quiet ami unchanyrd
Corroi yuturei rlriiirr un n demand to cover erm
Iran clnnlulr meadv at lrbtJn for July lie for Aufn v
10 1110 for September lucite for October little for No
vember and December louto for January 10740 for
February teats for March and ruUc lor April ealea
47iuo bales Spots Cnn middling uplands lie Irlm
cloth nulHt iutrlrin
rciaui Ken trtnle cerllflcatei opened l with the Imllrv
tluuaof a fiuall bixinl and from tl4L4C there nn an ad
vance to Otc and the cln lni < flgnrra were OIJfQ < S3ct
salts nn the two bound U73800U Mill The fecllii at
the clnae was not partlcultirly encnuraglnc Kenned for
export was quiet and steady at 7c for 70 Abel leak
IITO meek Market
New YonK Thursdnv July 24No fresh ar
rival nf beet cattle alil nothing diilliR In the catty
paice recd beef ruled dull and lower at HQOUc II
Bina
lb for rily alauiflitered native steers and at tTuTe
for Texas iln A few acloctcU sides of native beet
reached tcpt0ntTh
inlvrincr dull and lower sad the 1311 fresh ar °
rivuli had a nhnur unlit at a7jc VI E for vctli and at i 4
WZto for grnMf and butt riiillk calves
blieep and Iambi dull nOd weak at the decline of t6 °
Vl tj noted nt the rinse yesterday Of the HOtlO head cm
cvlvrit at tenet 2 Url limit be carried over home of the u
worn sheep lolil at 3 tCc1O < W rb and colas of the worn
lumlii 5t4fre but 4SI4Li f SlOt lu was the range
for ordinary lo good ineep and 5Q 6Jioy lull Se fof 1
Iambi a car loail of choice lamb golnir to 7c i i A J t anA
a deck load of > ilicento3HOluuri
No Uva hogs on sale lh I 804 head receive going
direct to slaughterers Nominal value ajau to fa
Itoh
ConeS slender thIs Day A
SuriTRME OotiHT CnAiruEBs No 373983
43 41 41 Moa 47 IH lOS Inc IMS HI 145 14U pet
V20 cut 2W 230 UT7 ace 37U 1T7J ale 27 8 Z7SI 21 t
2rtl 2SI 185 iWI att
FirKKOUATitR totrnv Motion calendar It AM ritaff
Januatte C Braudager 1 PM t John U Bcthuue 2 PM
UAUIJfK JNTKLTJOKKCB
MmiiTcai iiuiHio THH DAY
Sun rises4 49 I Sunsets 7 23 I Moon atU 5 It
Mlilt W1TKC Tlllf BIT
Sandy I look 10 05 I Coy Ialand10 45 1 Hell Oste12 at
Artlved TIIVXSPAV July 24
Rl Alvo Wlltlami Ilaytl July 0
n cityot Allnnm Ixickwnod charleiton
hi Xacnnchee Kemutun RHvannah
Hi Old Dominion Walker Klchmoud City Point sat
Norfolk
Pa II K Dlmock lUllett Hoiton
Hark Kloho KPM Henierara I ri
Hark Auto Lout Uahla
nark Montro Ta Ion Ht Vincent t
Bark Fnuiceico CUento 1onlo Balonlct v
iBntrin out
Fa America from New York at Queenitown Wcdnea
day nlLht 1
PI Eusia from New York at Southampton y A
sOiLED Floe rockiov roarf f
Si noel from Hamburg Wedneailay for New Vnrfe Ji
ba Republic from < Jueenalo n Wxluaeday for New V
York v
tie Folds from Southampton for New York
VARRIKO
BAKERFFnNANDKZ Tprtdar Juiyalatshs
residence of the brides mother by the Play John K
Bewlae Uoward B Uakurto MM Julia r feruaixlu
all ofthla city
IJUCIA
OOlUNSIa Brooklyn on Wednesday July M W
ham Collins
runeral from the residence of lili son Michael I Cot i1
hIss Ill bUeman at Brooklyn on Friday July 45 uS f
331 > I1 M Krlende and cqualulaiieea of tne family are
ladled to attend
fBlKDMA > At Morrletown N J on Wednesday
the XJdlnat Ida B wife of William Krttdtnenot New
York and daughter of James K Iliton of Aahland Mate
KelatlTM and frlenda an reepe tfallr Inrlled Wat
tend the funeral at the realdeuce of A Friedman 737
Ma41 on at today Friday the Bih Inel at 2O
° KUiMANNOn Thursday July 34 at lili late red
denra ej4 Well 51it at John O Kuhitnai m lu the Bill
year of his sf5
Notice nf funeral hereafter
McUfLIKN On tuesday July Si Maria wife af
HuilhMcMullen
Funeral will take place from her lat retldence 144
Baal 8 < tU at on Friday mornlnr July U vaooclock
to ht Lawrencae Church 84th at near Madison ar
NBAU On Thuraday mornlnr the 24tli Inet Ploy
once U wife of EdwIn H Neal and daughter of M N
and H M Farrell aged 24 years
Funeral aorvlcei at Ilia rcildeacaof her parents 431
West 20th it oil Friday tveuliif the 2iih at H oclock
OKAW On WedneSday July 2X IW4 CatherlBI
OXen wife of Patrick II OHaw a > ed 60 rears
RelatIves and friends are respectfully Invited to alien
the funeral front her late re Mence 143 Newell at
Ureentiolnt on saturday July 20 at 2 I M
KHSTICKOn Thuraday July 24 Frank Koltick age
KrlatWea and friends are Invited to attend the funeral
franu Icts late residence iSUAY 01 on Belurday at t r M 4
VAN KUVCKOn July 24 Henry Van Kuyok Br
after a inst Illsese aged 14 years
Frlendi and rtlatlvre are reeiectfully invited to attend
lute runeral from hit late residence 25 Molberrr at oa
Saturday July 211 all I F X

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