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10T ' " THE SUN, SUNDAY, AUGUST 5, 1888.-TWELVK FAG
TIIE DEAD NUMBER TWENTY,
HI two mom: coitvmza romtn is xua
HI xvyuMHxx ituisn.
. Ill Thirteen or the Send Idenlined-Fitacrali at
111 Roan To-dar (Van the Mnriot-Ileportad
I 1 Inhnmaaltr at thu I'lreI'ltirnt Beeaee at
III tho Atarciia all Dr Lone-Tee alleatnar.
F Tho search for tho dead In tho ruins of tho
(jlj bornod tonomont factory nt 197 IJowory was
Hi rumoa at i o'clock yesterday mornlnrr and
flf andoJ at about 10 o'clock. Two moro corpses
TTero found. Anollior death at Hollovuo brines
tho roll of the ttonU up to twontr.
IN Tho ftroiooa bORan their eenrch on tho top
IJ J floor of tho iloath trap. At n o'clock thb mon ot
Ml "Truck 0. undor Copt. llrudloy, found tho cal
if 1 clncdbodyor on adult man. Tho second body
II HI tras dun cut of tho rubbish In tho bottom of
thoButon-fout nhlo well or court In tho ronr of
Ifll the liulldltu,'. It was n woman's. Near tho ro
ll mains wan found n inotnl bndrro With "Mor
II cfcnndlso 7575 " stnmpod upon It.
M Thoro was llttlo or nothlno In tho llowery to
J toll oftho horrors of tho day beforo. Thofront
HI tlio block was not oveu scorchod. Two po
ll licemon rjtmrdod tho nnrrow alloy that lod to
jj ttelruln far within. Ouo of tho pollcoraon.
Illl omlno from tho blind Ins clnro of tho street
Into tho halt Hcht of tho nlloy, Btumblul ovor
MM a fow bones wrapped up In an old cnrpoU
MM Thoy w6ro inoro remnants of n man found
After hid trunk had boon sent to tho Moriruo.
HI Tho tall tenoraont.hodeod In and bidden by
Illl Trails on nil nldea. has not awhlto scot left
anywhoro within It. Flro trnpasltwas.lt wns
Jill built In oonfonnity with tlioJnw. Thoro was a
III ' rocmrflrocRenpo on tho went, or llowery fide,
andnnothor on tho Chryi'tlo Btrootsldo. Tho
Illl ' Uttor had boon takon away from tho three top
I floors, and Mr. Stern, tho ownorof tlio build
HI Inc. says thlo was dono at tho request of tho
II tenants of thoso floorB. who wantod morollcht.
llJH Tho burned bulldlncls flanked on the south
I I by another tonomont factory hist lll:0 It. mid
HI UiishoBnoflio csenpoot all. A slnulo pcrpon
HI dtcular lino of windows bolonclnu to this
Illl bnildlnc looks out upon tho roar 7-foot wide
j noil bctwoon tho burnod tenement and tho
HI tenement oast of It Thoro nro four of these
HI windows, ono above another, and It 1a alleged
that tho shuttcm of tho nccond and fourth
floor windows on tho afternoon of tho flro wore
j closed against men trying to oscapo from tlio
burning tonomont. Harris Wnchsmnnn. who
U aays bo was employod by Harris Wolf, who
n manufactured coats on tho next to tho top
'floor of tho burned building, ttnys that when
HI ' tho flro broko out ho ran down stnlri, but find-
Illl . lojr ctprcso by that way cut ofT, mado for the
H puck window b of tlio Reenrul lloor, from which
; .ho know ha could easily cross to thOEo of the
r factory on tho south.
Mil "A lot of peoplo woro etmcpllns to cat out
I b tho samo way." snjs'Wnelisiimun. "nuduKOod
Illl nuny did inn out. Harris VVolf nnd 1 wore
f(i the last, however, and wo had a closo shnvo.
(If Tho bops ot tho lloor wivtcrylni! as nocot up
III on tho fill; 'Oonio. cloo those shutters nnd
III t iie tho stores.' Tho shuttors were bancod
HI j shut nftor wo cot In, ultlioucli n lot of poor
I 1 -ibouIs woro bohind tn boBiiinc nnd prayinc to
II I lino tliem knot nnon a tlttlo loniror.
I Similar holm lor is reported of tho partlos
In oceupyina tbo fourth floor of thlsbulldluc, but
! I of thin pothliu: but henrnnyovidcncowa'i lorth-
1 coming. Tho namo of the boss who ttnvo this
ill j crdor could not bo aseertnlnodyeateruny. All
I tho occupants ol the bulldlns who wore about
' diirintt tho day utterly denied tho story that
! tho Iron shutters lmd ben barred in tho faco
I of livinc people with no other moans otosenpo.
I Tho Occupant of tho tocond lloor could not bo
( ' -The four-story tenement. In tho icar of
"t ' Krumm's coccort h-ill, on ClirystiOhtriot. was
tho moans of saviHK many lives. Tlirounh its
windows many of tho opor.itUos mado their
escape with tho l.iiully help of the ton.ints.
Everybody was so incited, tlinuch. 'raid ono
i ot tbo lattor, " that it h a wonder nny of 'em uot
'. out. Munv of tlinni. inBtiufl of KOUlnirout as
Quickly as possible, throw their noods out of
tno window nnd then went baek themtehos.
Thoro was nobody to diroct thorn; no head
A. tjelinuidnr, who manufneturcs conts on tho
third floorof this 6trcot factory, payn he kept
Ills shutters open ns lonir as ha could ami snvod
) a Croat many people, hinally, ho bbjb, tho
llro ctow no hoi Unit ho had to Bhutan. In
i oolnitBO ha burnod hid hand Boreroly. tiomo
. ' ofthoclrlsen that ildo ot tho burning bulld-
Ins woro bo excited that it was with difficulty
thoy wcro iotrnliied lrom jumpinirout.
! Tho denth trap Im nlso a sinclo ocrpendlru-
i Jorllnoof throo windows looLinc into n deep
woll or nroa. nnd Aankod by KlmpBon's loan of
' lice on tho ono hand, and tho tonomont factory
on tho othor. Tlioso windows, separate from
i all tho others in tho Iioum.-, havlnp no commu-
' nlcution-nbatovornlth tho-oot tho ndjolnlnu
bulhllncs. woro tho scenes of tragedies which
' Tlvalled all tho othors In hoart-rondlnir details.
Ono youn clrl lumped from the third Btory
into tho area, Which is ravel, and
! lay thoio inoanlnc A man who was rit-
. line on the window sill ot tho fourth
-, .story ttatchod hor jump. Thotowni nothing
lor him to do but follow hor boonor or biter
Jinlcss ho wished to bo burned to death. l!ut
iho didn't want to fall on her, bo bo waited, the
flro all tho whilo aronlasr hottor nnd hotter,
pcorehluB his back, in net, until ho saw those
' below movo tho girl ftwny, and then ho fell for
" ;fl(tyfont to tho hard stones. Jloth bodlc4 woro
,oarrlodlnto Hlmpson's. whoro thoir oufTorlniw
were as far as posslbla relieved by Dra. Lutlilu
Mr. Abraham Stern, tbo ownor ot tho bulld-
I "Ine, was found nt tils law oflleo yostorduyin
i Jftrropt dlBtrssB of tnind, and tho way ho kopt
'ttholllna out money to tho unfortunatts who
s 'loslipd upon him wns a sight Rood to boo.
"I havo provided for tho burlnlof all tho
caoad," said Mr. Btorn. "I hnodlrocted tho
ncont of tho United Jfabrow Churltleh to sond
Word to tho Horcuo thnt tho aooiotj- would
vfcury tho nnlclotittlled doad in its own burylnc
eround. 1 ohall also proWdo for the burial of
those who havo been Identified. Thooo who
, liavo ocapod I shall provido for until thoy nro
oh their foot npjaln."
With tho oxcoptlon of Ilymnn Gruft, who lost
i.owlfonnd thrco children by tho lire, none of
tholtoaanta In tho factory tonomontSwna in
mured. Uruft was insuml for MSO, but u hun
; Iho moyod, recently to 197 Bowery ho sout the
rpolloyback to tho lnurancoc6mpuny to have
it transferred to his now address. Tlioinsiir
, anx company told hint yesterdny thnt it was
i Ml right, thrift's loss consists of 77 plush coats
-, lliolonKlni; to Schwab A Urothors, cloak munu-
' ' acturers.
ilr.lt. Haldol of llWoostor street eallod on
5 ''Coroner levy yoatcrdny, find nskod him If ho
' would reecho subscriptions for sufforors by
i fhia llro, ns ho had dono in tho caso of tho
, Isboi stroot flro. On tho Coroner's neiiuios-
f'Cono Mr. Boldol otioiifd tlio subscription with
- '.J5. C'oronor Lovy chnractorlzod tho bulldiiic
1 at 107 Uowory ns a most eifrculous flro trap,
nnd promised a thorouRU lnveBtifation Into
tho causes of tho llro.
Thoro was u suecosslon of pitiful Bcones at
, rtho Morffup ynstordny kb mon and women,
iDlncly and In groups, visited tho placo to loaru
' "Tihothoranycf thoir mldslnc t rionds or rol-
'tlvea woro amonc tho dead. Tho bodios ot tho
'Biildontllled doad woro in unpointed opon pino
coDjus. lilted from tho floor on woodon homes.
flotlilnc had boon romoved from tho bodios
ftorthpyworobroUKhtironi tho ruins of tho
flro. Thlo was Roeiior Whlto'p instructions, in
order that thoro should bo n litt lo difficulty as
.Bosslblo in eocarlnu identitloatlon of tho
bodies. Ab soon ns tho Moreno was opon In
tho morrdnc croups of Hobrows, mon and
tyomon, carno la. Thoy wont ntonR tho rows of
jOplllnB. stopplni: licro to examine n slirod of
j elothtnc and nenln to examine the cuntoutH of
i a pocket, a key. or a iiochotfcnlfa, Hons wuro
ooklpc lor thoir fathers, fnthors for thulr sons,
,and brothera for thoir slstors. Wnlllntt and
taars broko out whon. It was cortnUi that a
.Wvod ono wna surely ldontillod. Such was tho
, Boonont tbo Morguo, not for on hour or two,
but nt intervals all day.
uno oi tno earliest llioro, was Hyman Ciruft.
' 'iPo bad eupposod that h0 had roeocnlrod as
, lila wife, shortly bororo mldulKht on Friday,
'Kiworm,an, w10 fry becu burnod in child
l birth. 'Iho body of both inothor and Infant
l 'Woro burnoil and manalod almost bojond ro-
I h eoBnltiou. Onl6ltine tho Jlonruo yostonlay
i With o woman who know Mrs. Gnift woll, Mr.
. Cft ?.s .c.on Vncf d. ba. h1. ,mi1 b(?on nils-
i takon. iilsfrlond told hlmlthnt Mrs. (Jrultnovor
Jj ' woi0.icors(it.B' wh0I?ft a, tho .body which ho
bad thousht was that of his wlfo woro tho ro-
Bialns of n bumyd corspt. Jlr. (Iruftwas moro
i firmly convinced shortly altorward by the nr-
l rival of tho doad vracon riom tho seone of tho
I . llro with tlio body of the woman found yoster-
I dav. Ho recognized It as his wife's.
' 3l' body of a innn. who wns hupposod on
4 rriday ovenlnc to bo Nuthan LoUen. C2 years
;; old. of 84 Division ttiot, waHidoutllled jcMor-
ti?t ns,,l,tlt3f Houbon Lovlen, 21 yonrs
I fKs0' s.2 Suffolk stioou Youuc Ilon and
BatuanJoMon woro not related. Tho youiiu
,t ., ,nnQ enmo to this country but n short tlmo
iff Pso. loavlntf hls wlfo nnd two children in
, t Poland. a bad just completed furiilshlmr bis
y rooms at C2 Huffolk Htrent. and It wns said by
Jllf. hrpthar yesterday, that his wile and two
( llttlo chlldron are on thoir way to this country.
T Jiovbin a brother was nnxlous yostordoy to Ket
J . Jnto l,ov on s rooms, but tho landlady roIu,l
' inlicl- "'Odooi. Mm Miys Btm wilt kn tho
i Srrrvo v uutl ilr8' LoUc" aa(i ll" childrou
tiJ&T'l'L1 ?f "ln of S3 I'ltt streot was Idon-
- iWHfwli "a' J: holomoti of Hssex
'; SJSeMr?S,,c9u "faoiH In Ids pockot lln
Jus a member t llro hob ir. Uxlau. No H. of
1 1? ,ou.lli 'J0l,r Wl.,h In" Wolf. Ho leaves a.
iftmotw' " ' " t0 tl,u llay HUo
bclircye'rSpnndof 76 Ludlow atraet who died
t2.(M.uISrD!ur H?1M on Friday nlabt cimo
to Uuj oottntry with his wU ttw moothaoBo;
and loft his two chlldron in 8nnl?X'jfe"JSJf
llohad not workilnAtnerfuntnyolnM.
dav IuaU whon jjo went with his friend Louis
llorkowltr, of74 Ludlow stroet' to work in tho
bulldlim where ho was burnoil. . ,
T to I United Hebrew fthnxltlon of 5R East
KlKhtli stroet was reprcyonfxl at tho wowuo
by J. Klnkelatone, Mr. l'itikiolstono said that
tlio Hebrew Charities willlo-dfty bury tho
ladles of Nnrnli Illume., Jacob tolnborc, Adelo
Oruft, Jof cph Orult nnd Xlinlai ururu ltoubon
lvloti, tlonry 1'roilrlaal, Abrahajn Hehnolder,
Morris HcliwartK, and Hchrnyer Htund. Jlio
lunonilwlll bo rrom tho Monnio nt noon, nnd
not only tho doa.1 ,who6o nnmqs have boon
(liven, but alHo nil wlioroinnlnunldsntlfled, will
bo hurluil by tlio soiloty. oxceot ,v.rioro friends
claim bodies. Homo will bo burled nt Mnohpo
!uh femotory, somo nt tho LTornroons. flomc at
llav Hldo Comotory, and othurs as relatlvos may
lit w"nsnollcod jcstonhiy that ftltor this ehar
Ity bofiirao itenoridly hwiwn In tho noluhbor
hood of tlio flro BOineof thiramtlles. who lmd
been huntliic for mlshfnc tiionibers i ol : tlio
fninlly. wi-ro not so pacer innursuit it faroly
hniipons that tho number or dead aud mlssltiil
tnllloiwith tho n.mb-r cd doad In tho ruins,
but thlsoeemntoliavo been "the case In this In
stiinee. Tho number of OiVd bodies wns 1U,
thonumborofmlHslnij.7. Toiol.Vl. Thoiiuin
I or ol bmtlo4 nt tho Moruuo w.'f li ono nt Oouv
ornoiir lluipltal l3l. , ....
Till Is the Hit ol tho recORnlTtW dead i
llrrknwltrh. IioiiIk ai yevifiliL nt "5 I.odlow trel.
trminnntMI'ir: Mtri ttlfsnnd twoctiluroni mctnMr
Ilttnt(ila liMiJamln. role. Ullor,E7 j.mm of aie. nr
2'J liBlnnreyntMi: npkd for Henry JvHn of BJ
Ulvlilonitrenl. on lip lloor ...,- ,.i.
Illun.r, r-nrtii. 1 of I Uml. ifvntlon nol
miiVer, llreil et ja Allen drcel. Ploutiilnl lrhr louther.
lelnlerir.Jui.ob,r,T ycurtot k. a liuMltiu I "le. put
ton lull- mnVcr. Uculltleil liy iiaumel Hoi 'jiun ut UT
ilrtitt, Allele, 'js yenri old i found yeetordior momtngl
wlfoiif llrnianurn.t n. i
(iruft, Jouepli, 7 yer ot age. on of Ilycun ami
(Iruft. Zlint 4 yenrt of ie, daueliler of Ityman and
lvien. Itenben. 24. of M BuffotK ttrcet. Had wlfa
an I KriicMnrcncomhmfromlolaiHl ...,
tal or lrom llnislan I'oliiid, alnnle, lntlel by Woltfl
nuaelikln. JenolJ. bnltontiole raaker,15 yean old!
Iilriiililrdbyfailier n.l liruilier.
Hi-hiiel'ler Abrn nam. tailor. 31 yoani oliL 13 Bldrldno
atreet lie lento a wife and ono chlia .
hcliwartz. iluurlcr. :m yrara old. a IluBswniclo, lal.
lor. rti7 Luilioiraireai. IdfOllfled by hlabrothrr.
H'uml. Klieyer. 7 ) lari of nue. of "o UndJovr atreeu
rcnrl.ouae, bad been Intm by berknvltf on w ednea
dar li to work, with Mm ut tho burned taiMinent. lis
had taken all tlio money lie bad. 1 lo ih aliov on tbo
dr ha died. Illawtilo la ten deetlttlto.
Tula ldenttHcd deud, la, tinldentliled, 7.
llncX. llarrta. 57 yeara of in ot Norfolk atreet.
Ireundbar, Jacob as yeara of nir or :M Korytii
atrtct llaaa wire ami fiinrrldldrin. ,.,,
Ielen Nittlian. C2 j eara of ape wnrVed Itn lilaaon.
Ilinry I evlen on thotoiilnor. Henry eaenped. Natbaa
Lt-vlen ha a wlfo and tuur irrown lip children.
lark. lacob, 17yeraor axe laf or. if 40 Delancey
tret .No lniji.lry tor lilm nt iho Jloraoe yeatcrdair.
Xarka. JnpcDli. tailor Ilia olte mid two children vers
on their naytoA'ew ork from Herman y. m Mta
leeraou.ilina. Il)eraild. buttonhole mater, of 11
I.ud llow atreet. worked on the third lloor t or Woltt
Itiiblnot llarr .' jearaoi ate, of SI Latex atreet.
Illnl ruih'rle cumlnu from Ualtlruoro, to nee whether
be can be found
Tout, tlauduud mlsalnir, 21.
Ileriehelr, ItorrK Pole, tailor: 'i broken nnd icalp
Injured by inmliliic from third atory.
Iraiue. Ida. Mmlo. to jeara ot ore. 01 riiryetln
ureet, buttonhole maker, eknll rrnrmred by JumrlneT
falllnir from the aecond lloor. At Bt. V Inrent'a llunounl.
.Snpoitlc, l.darJ, Itoialnn tailor ot 107 llowery,
lamped fronitlifrd lloor and had nleir broken.
.soraukr. Aiirnhaui, Uuanliu. tullur. tell uJ waa
filch II) Inlurad.
Roihnmo. IlernarJ, TOyearaof niro, Knealan. tailor, of
4 Forsrtb atreeL Itemored from Couvemeur lloa
yfltal to Ilclteuo. Purnd about tho lower Ihxba. Will
robat 1) recover. At llolleruo llnapltal
Kublnorr. Mlolnel. JJ i eara of ne. tailor, of 43 Latex
atreet. IVIIIrecoter At Pellorne lloapltal
tivoaky. Aorahnm, of 12l Bowery, tailor. Jumped
from third llnor, had and arm burned and rlsht arm
broken and held badlr burned. t 111 recover.
Turloro, 1'Mllp, rrom nutiand. 211 )eara of ace. of 13
Pelaneey atreet Taken to Ilellerne front flonveneer
llorpltal tarried out inientlble and hli body kurued,
but 111 nroballr recoror
Wolti, ll&rrli, jmnped from a window and was badly
U.IT.V STJFClSn riOllTIhO FlltR.
Flrrrnen llrop Txaauated by Ilent and
Mmokc ThU wiiv lu the Xlon-cry To.
Another llowery flro yesterday was crowtf
od uith exciting InctdontB, nnd sevornl lit onion
succumbed to tho oomblnod iiowers ot boat
and smoko. Tho flro was first dlscovorod In
tho collar of tho llvo-story brick building nt C7,
occupied by II. H. Eislcr t Co. as a furniture
warehouse nnd full ot inflammable material.
Bovoral worLmon omployod by tho firm were
busy on tho first floor, whon a puff of BmoLo
enmoup tho fltnlrway. Then moro smoke enmo
up throuch tho crutiuc on tho sidewalk. An
attempt was modo to not luto tho cellar, but it
was full of hcn y, black nmoko that throntonod
suffocation to nny ono venturing bolow. En
gines D5. 31.0, nnd 12, with trucks 0 and 0.
camo in answer to tho first alarm. Tho erat
InKSontho Bldowalk woro torn up. nnd tho
llremcn sent a stream ot water eplnsliinc into
tho cellar. This Boomed to produco moro vol
umcfl of smoke. Then n hoso waa draeced
into tho storo, and another ttroam was iourod
ilon n tlio stairway. A shoet of llumo answorod
thit". andn Bocond alarm was turned In. n
Cines 15. 17, 7, nnd 20, with trucks 1 and 8, ap
peared, and a vigorous buttlo acalnst tho
ilninos was beuun.
Tho bulldinc BtnndB betwoon tho Summit
Hotel on tho south and llosonborg'B furniture
wnrehouso on tho neitli. In tho renr, fnclnc
on I'hryBtio streot, is a row of larco factories.
Tho dlttPtrous llro u short distance up tho
Dowery on 1 riday was fresh in tho minds of
evor liotlv. mid tho street was packed with
people, ifruman John Hush of EnKlnoNo. 55
bocamo ohnusted nnd dropped, nnd n onll
was pent for an ambulance. Shortly afterword
lircinen .'nun Droon, Thomas riherldan, nnd
ijooruo JfcUundo or Knclno 12, nnd Goonro
Olastatlor of ilro Patrol Ho. I bocamo ex
hausted, nnd moro calls for nmbulnncos woro
turnod In Three of thorn camo tearing up
with their bells clnnelntf. Tho mon were enrod
for by tho nmbulanco Biircoons. and all ro
covored sutltciontly to ko homo oxcopt
Hush, who wns taken to tho Chambors Htreot
Hoipital. His condition is not serious. Tho
stuoko still rolled out or tho cellar, though fow
llnmos could ha neon. Altor a deluge ol water
tho llremcn beuun throwing mnttresfes and
looeo piles of oxcolslorout upon tho sidewalk.
Thon the smoke began disappearing. Tho
oriBln of tho flro Is not known. It wns eaid
thnt thoro was no lire in tho collar except n
slnelo gas jot that uas burning, Tho damngo
will piobubly not exceed f 1.5'jo.
IiOVJttB IIIAQEDY J.V l'UIKADVtJ'UZd.
A.'YonnirAVnman flbunte ber Paramour and
C'ui. feer (itrn Throut with a Itaxar.
riilLAKriPiiiA, Aiifr.4. At about noon to
day tho residents In tho neighborhood of 2,113
l'ox atroet woro startled by tho report of a pis
tol shot in thnt dwelling, which huH been oc
cupied for porno tlmo pnat bynjoungwouinn.
'loron o Lcshnr. The front nnd back of tho
liousottero closed, nnd ono oftho neighbors
f urauioned a policeman, who forced opon tho
1 lichen door and onterod tho plnco, Ho called
tho namo ot llrs. Loshor sovoral times, but ro
cehhiB no answor, went to tho eocond floor,
accompanied by two othor men, and on ontor
in tho rear npartmont found tlio doad body
of tho womnn lying on tho floor. Tho oarnot
and n portion of tho bod linen which hung on
tho Bldo ot tho bed closo to whoro the body
was found vint cotcred with blood, nnd a man
naraod William Grelbemoler. writhing from tbo
offocts ot n pistol wound In tho loft sldo, lay In
a pool of blood by her side. A pntrol wngon
wns summoned nndthedoad body of tlio wo
mnn wuh taken to the station house Orlos
molcr was sent to tho Episcopal Hospital In an
ambulance. Ho h not expoetod to survive.
It liiis been nt-cortninod by tho pollco thnt
lirolsmolci and tho lAsher woman liato boon
lit lug togothet ns htinband and wife for noarlv
a jenr, Ab fai ni tho pollco can nscertuln.
Urolsmelor iliiln t go to work to-day. At 11
o'olock ho went out rind did not return until
jUHtberoin dinner time. AnFooaiinho paused
ovortho threshold uud cloned tho door behind
him i'Jorenco burst forth In a vlolont tirade
against Mm. Ho did not heed hor until ho
snw hor run up ftnlrs, bor fnco whlto with
rngo. In a iiionierit she returned with
tho look of n demon lu hor face. From
henentli her npnn she drow n ruMy Foton
sliontlm: icvolvor. and, nutting It directly "t
tirelMiielor's head, pulled tlio trigger. Tho
weapon was discharged nnd tho ball pned
Itito Umlsuielcr's sldo. Ho loll at tho foot of
tho stairs, i'hon Vloi-onco placed tho revolver
to her tight temploaad pulliid tho trigger, but
Iiivnln. rinding thnt tho vtenpon would not
exploilouiiothoreartrlilco, Tlorenco returned
to tho bedroom, nnd. taking OreHmolor's razor
from thmlriivior. went to tlm Btnirs oor tho
prostrntoforni on tlio floor. At tho bottom of
the stalpihho drow tlio Icon edge of tho rater
across hor throat, cutting n cash oxtonding
from ear to our. Hbe full on hor Mdo nntl died
before the neighbors bad been ablo to olleet an
onlriiuco In reaponso to tho report of tho ro
vehor. Tho Coroner's cifllrlnM t-nv thnt thoy havo
lenriied Hint OrolMiielor threatened to leato
1 loivneo to.ulght. lie wuh a couduetor on tho
rhlhidelphta and Heading Uallreau, and wild
bo wns going tu movn eUennora. After tho
dlwoterv of tho deoil tho ('orouer's-ofUoloU ns.
ccrtaluod from reiillrmatlou papers that tho
woman lind eomo from Itoadlng. It Is sup
posed Ornlnmnor Inducnd hor to lonvo hor
homo nnd eomo to this city to tnko up.hor real
dcuco with him.
Tbo Death Wntea far Dan Ijana.
Under Bherlff Soxton yestorday save orders
lo hare the aath watch aaton Dan Lyons, the con
demned mnrdertr. who la lo ha hantad co An. 17..
TU ,witch will U a a b -clt t nwlaj B0r&taf.n
Qvmizom nr1 bun connnsportnicNTt.
1 leftrnv hnaband about ten yeara airp on aeeonrtt t
Ma ncly manner, lie rruthtened me almoat to death by
tlrlna; off a run and threatening to aboot inn, I have
nerer reoelred any eapiMM from him. nor did I aak him
for any. aa my father and metber sare me a heme Can
I iretmatTleieitaln wlcboma divorce r If not, what
I courae will I take to iret divorce I tin. II
Wn don't1 think yoncau eel a dlroree, and von eer.
talnlTcan'rjnarTrairalriontll jou hare been dlrorced.
By your owmrodfrulon'Toti.are, In law, theoffender, aa
yna let I yonr btaahand Ftllt. there'a no telllnr how yon
cnnbreakernraalethslnw until yea've atked a law.
jer'aadtrlce. If yon want a divorce you'd better con
sult n lawyer.
llow can t obtalma rory or (he proceedbiira of the lait
Katlonal I'rtaon Conrreaa f V ho at Waatiunirton can fur
iilihma wliha repottoCthe prleoni and reformatories
otthe I'nltedStatetl Viiauia Aaeorr.
Von abould apply t the Secretary of the New Vork
rrlaon Atfoclatlon. 1 Uaat Flf teenttuatreet, for tnfof.
matlonabt.iit prtaomamd prtaon report. Wedoi.otba.
Here that the report of the hut l'rlaen Contreaali out
yeti theeonrmawaateld InlelnJnna.orearly InJuty.
A beta that II will nntn-oto the repuhllnnn ticket: 11
beta be will a explaina that he will challenge 11 for
liavlnffbat on theeleeU'fn, aud ad will win the wager,
tan 11 1 rote be challeiuvid t Sitkrl ltunaM.
Not on the facta you inentlon. The law aaya that a
peraon havlna; a bet on She reault of the election may
nntrole: but it a belli certainly not on the reault of tho
election at aU. Ai iharp jracllce wilt ho of no uie to Mm.
llow many pounJa will 100,003 gold double enslca
welfh f KrcMu.
One hundred thontanil Uonhla eaitlea (S2.OOn.00U) ahonld
weigh B.OM pounda 4 oimeea The limit of deviation
from the correct weight allowed by law it one-one-hun.
dredth'otan ounce farerery tACOO In Kold donble eaglet;
theretors the limit for MO.DO0 doable eafles la Juat it
Wai " Nanon " played at tho Caatno f If lo, when
"Nanon" waa played at tbeeCaalao for the Drat time
on Juno L", lt)-t".
It bavlnirtieonaettled thit air oreat Oencrnla and all
exiTosarnen liare blue eyea, Uie question liaa arleen,
"llareall irreat men large nniesf" itr opponent In.
itauced the Puke of Welltntllont on the ether ilde. I
aatd tbat Napoleon1 noae waa naa'l. My friend enid It
waa largo; waa he rlghvf 1jodijicosc.
So do wo; he waa rich t.
Wliatcountrlescomprlie the, ("United Kingdom!"
Hntland. WaleuRcotland. anal Ireland.
Una the t'nlted 6tatea cvor abandoned the right ot
privateering? If ao, when and how r tl.ll.lt.
No Ir. Marey, Secretary of ttateln KA. whon moat
clvlllred Slates nbolbshed It bythe Peotnratlon of 1'arla,
offered to have tho United ettatea join In the whole
declaration If "the clause abollahliiprvrlvateerinir were
amended by adding that tho ptivato property ot the
subject or cltlren ot a belligerent on the high teaa
should be exempted from eelrnre by publlo armed res
seta of the other belligerent, etcept It bo contraband of
wnr." Tills kind otter waa declined without thanks
Mr. Marcy'n Idcapras thxt If privateering was abolished,
the property of n nation maintaining a amall navy
wontd he entlrelynt the mercy of a nation maintaining
a large navy. In 1H0I. when tho Confederates were
thinking of ItisutuirdeUersotTuaruue toprivateora, Sec
relarv fieword ofTered to loin In the declaration, with
out the Marcy amendment;, bat tho French and English
Governments declined thla kind offor alan, except on
condition that It should notttake edect m against the
Confederate States. BV as regards privateering tho
United States elands wlttitboe!auo Darbary States, not
in any very enviable light.
Whatveraelaof our newnary-wero dealgned and be
gun under n llepnbllcan AUmlmnratlon r 1'. K. W,
The Atlanta, the Chlcnio. tlio Uotphln, and the Boston.
1. When the knife and fork are raot In nae. how ehould
they be placed, wholly or partially on the nlute I 2 In
eating mashed potatoes, for evnmpQe. ahonld the fork he
held in the right or the left hand r u. K, w.
1, Mr. Dunce In "Don't" says that the knire and fork
should bo held in tho hands wbun tho plate la sent for a
second helping; but authorities) ccnlte aa good as Mr.
ilunee ttitnk Hbettcrto placo thesirifoandforken'.ircly
on the plate. 3. It depends, If yon. are eattngthe po
tatoes alone, the fork should be held In the rhrht hand,
If on are eating thetn wuh yonq meat, or between
mouthfata of meat, the fork-should be hold in the left
hand ; otherwise yon will be-making a continual clatter
by putting down your knlfo andchanglnz yonr fork
from one hand to the other.
What was tho amount of our dctit at the close of the
On Julv I. 1SG the rnlllo'debtof the United Statos
amounted to S,0SO 017.80074.
Where can I obtain tbo State laws essential for uetn
a Justice's court K J. II.
You can buy the Code of i cavil Trocednre. the Codoot
Criminal Procedure, and the renal Cods nt any law
bookseller's, those three books will give yon nil the law
yon want, we tblnk Ost thcClvt! Uodo tint, stndy It,
and bny the others as yon think yon need them.
lias any one Invented a machine that will goby Itaelf
until Ita parts wear out thai Is. has "perpetual mo
tion" baen discovered yot T To what ase cau It be pat,
If It Is discovered 7 A Coatta.
h'o. We don t know that it la hoped to be put to nny
use. But, after It haa been, discovered, there Is no rea
son why oprluclpls wblcb works perpetually In little
shouldn't be Incrrasedjo thai It Mil work perpetually
ln great, and tako tho place of steam, "llrst catch
yonr hare," howerer.
. r. K The Sound eteamer Pilgrim cost f 1,250,000.
Was Peter Cooper evena candidate for thePrealdency
of the United suits r .M te
kfr. Cooper waa notnlnaced for the Presidency by the
National Greenback partponMay 17. 1870. lie received
a popular vote ot B1.737, bat carried no Hlato.
ffoboler. I. Keep the) little turkey chicks ont of the
rain. 2. The Orango Jndd Cornpany of thla city pub
llahes many exce.tent books on poultry keeping
JTbortr St. There is no law In Connecticut against the
lseuance of llqnor licenaes cctrorjt the local option law.
1. Doe the United Eutes own any telegraph linear
3. Does It uie them for Government work only, or are
they at the service ot the publla r J, VI
1. Ves, the Signal Service telegraph lines, which In
1RT0 had over 4,000 miles ot line 2. The lines are partly
elf anpportlug. as private messages aro sent over them,
and many crucial metaagea, widen. In default of tho
Government lines, would havo to be sent by private
Hoes or by counor. Tho lines are la the Southwest and
Jc&iiioMfn The Twenty-first Asaemblv district is
bounded by Fortieth street, Lexington avenue, Eighty
sixth street, Transverse road across Central i'nrk, Eighth
avenue. West Klfty-clath street, and fccventti avenue to
Waa Itobert Emmet, tho Irish patriot, hanged, drawn,
and quartered, or was he slmnly hanged I 1 know tlm
llngllah tjoverriment wuuld have been cruel enough to
treat him so, but I never saw It In hlatory. A. r, II.
We dou't find that he was hanged, drawn, aud quar
tered; he seems simply to hare been hangod. It would
bebellerformany of our Irlih friends to know fewor
things about England thsn to know so many things that
are not so. If Euimet wns banged, drawn, and char
tered. It wasn't become he was an Irlihut-ui. hat bo
cause lis had been convicted of a crime for whloh liiuj.
Ing, drawing, and quartering was the punishment. Kug
llsluncn, Scotchmen, and Welibinen, aa well as Irish,
men. were hanged, drawn, and quartered In those days.
Hut IlotK-rt Itmmet was simply hanged.
There la a river In Australia called the Ovens River.
and also an ovens Mine. Lan ou tetl me why they aro
ao caned I Jivrs uana
We do not know why the river and the mine are call
ed 0 ana We think It very probable that j our grand
uncle's name was given to them
J trwl Thero Is no prcmlnm on your ha'f dollar.
Uae sulphnr soap, and take magnesia or charcoal in
inritam 7?reJ. In yonr method of computing Interest
the year Is taken aa consisting of 303 days.
T, K -We do not know where the envelopes about
which you oak aro to bo had.
Is a Jew eligible to the l'rexldency under onr Constitu
tion! 1 claim ho Istiot. asour tlovernmentls a Cbrls
tluQ Government, founded on Chriiilun prltiolples
.K AMtftlfll JSW.
You are wrong. A Jew Is eligible to the Presidency
Just as much as a Presbyterian. The last clause of para
graph 3 of Article Vtof tho Constitution aaja. "butno
religious Test shall ever be required as a Qualtllcatton to
any (hllce or publls Trust nnder the United matin."
1 Who waa Susan I've f 2. Whtt Is the origin of the
expretvlou, "a. pretty kettleof nsbl" I B. t-.
I, We do not know who Susan l'ye was. Who does t
2. According to Dr. llrewer, a "kittle (or ketllo) or
Oali " la the apparatus ot pulleys used to drag the dukes
of the anchor toward the boat after It has been cat
headed. This derivation ia probably correct, as the ex
prei's)!! la o sua term, and found In the Naval Ency
cloptdla, .What are the principal telethons companies of the
I lilted Mutter ' j J, 11.
There Is only nns telephone company lu aetlre opera
tion, the Pell Telephone Company, with headquarters
In lloston There aro itlll In existence, we believe, tie
Drawbxugh Company, the Pan Klectrie, and others.
Write to the Journal ojtlit rrbgrath, 103 lirosdway,
IsUroverClevoland the fall nam of the Presldrntl
W It.il, Jg.
Ko, Mr. Cleveland was bsptlsed Stephen drover; he
dropped hla tint name bocauae he was never called by
it, and found It In the way.
The phrase "Fecurns fudlrat orble terrarum." ror
wiiieb rou recently aald you could Uud no original is
taken rruuithe writings of the Oreat Doctor of the IV est,
Augustine. It la remarkable for the Impression It made
'ii I ardtnal Niwmio. lu turning hi eteps to the iUmian
hnrch Tho phrase referred primarily to the Juris
diction exercised orer the Polrcrsal Church by Leo the
Ureal, In tbo tlfth ccnlnry. u. A. b., Jn.
We are obliged for the Jnformalloa.
How many aoldlers of ihe following nationalities
served during ttie rrbelllon In the northern arm lea i
Amsrlca, Kogland, oermanjr, and Ireland I
No geoerd of the natioaalltlu f th isldlartot ths
Tortiarn armlta bit ba kept.
BOUND IT SHOULD BURN.
ronvua and iikxzinis bcattbbed
All. OrKTt A IWVSK
The FlreTaa Pot Ont Ileforolt Ootneread
Ono Roam A eVasnan who Carried
Three Inararanee Fallelee t is Cknrek
1'lenle land ber Ilisabaad rare) Arrested.
Early yesterday morning Ilotiry Bchoofor
loft his homo at 125 East Elovonth street, nd
Jolnlne tho building of tho Commissioner ot
Churltlos nnd Correction. A fow mlnuto lntor
Mr fjchnofTor and hor two dau Kilters, ono
acad IS nnd tho othor 11. wont out nlso, Hho
told her neighbors that sho was going on tho
excursion of tho members of Grnco Chapel.
Thirty minutes lator, or nt 8X. Olnsoppo
Maroaco, nn Italian loo croftm peddlor. sow
smoho pouring throueh tholmlf-opon window
of BchaolTor'B back pnrlor. Marosco llvos with
his fnmlly In tho ronr of tho SchaolTor rceldonco.
Ho lookod Into tho window, eaw a llvoly flro
noting Us way through tho room. Throo
mlnutofl later tho alarm ho cavo hod brought
tlio flromou, Chlof Drosnan In command. Tho
flro v?oh conflnod to tho back parlor, and It was
Put out In Bhort ordor,
Thou llrosnau wont on a tourof dleoovory.
niBsoarch lind not oxtondod boyond thonoxt
room bolero ho hod eomo tipon unmlstuiablo
ovldoncos of arson. Ilo sent word to I'olloo
Itondnuartors, nnd Flro Marshal Frank and
noting Taptaln Gnllaghor of tho Fifth stroet
Motion were ordorcd to Investigate. Uotootlvo
lllssort nnd tho 1'lrp Marslial found that tho
llioln tho haok parlor had boon started with
nn old inRttront that had boon soaked In koro
Benp. Abodatoud that had boon In use In tho
baeic pnrlor had bona taken apart nnd tho
fileeoshad been built up around n can full of
kerqnene. A lot ot bedding lay Btrewn about
thofront pnrlor floor, and thla, too, bnd boon
saturated with korordno oil. Tho oil had also
been iiottrvd on tho furalturo nnd door, and
iienr tho oll-sonkod bedding lay ndouble hand
ful ol loose aunpowdor nnd somo it-ciillbro
ciirtrldcos. Tho gunpowder wns thrown on a
iiioco of ordinary brown wrapping panor, aud
thn cnrtrldKos weri scnttored around It.
iniiseeoml lloor wns oton moro liberally pro
vldod for. Thoro are two largo rooms and two
tinnll hallroonmon this floor. Iterosena-Hoakod
bodiilngla) on tho floor of tho large bnek room,
mid tho lloor wus still wot with oil. In tho
clothes closet wero n bottlo of bonzlno, a bottlo
of kero'.ono. and a half pound of Ioobo gunpow
der. Tho ashoB ol paper thnt had boon set
nilro weio on tlio lloor. Tho pnpers had burned
up without starting anything olso a blazing,
nnd tho InvestlgatorH oonbldorod thnt this was
duo to the nmothorlnic of tho blazo by tho
premature closing of tho door. A lamp nnd a
number of bundlos wero on tho floor ot the ad
joining hnll room. In tho larso front room
bon-slno and keroaeno lind been thrown about
Invhdily. In ono closet wa a largo uncorked
buttlo vonluinlnc halt n gallon of benzine,
more looso gunpowder, and Borne koroscno. A
burnod popor lay on tho lloor horo, too. In tho
othor cloietwos a llro trap mado of throo pint
flasks full ot benzine, all unoorked, nnd a lot ot
Tho llremen presont wero amazod at tho
rocklcssuso of lullammablo materials. Thoy
wcro moro nmnzod at tho folluro of tho plot.
The gunpowder, cnrtrldgos and flasks and cans
were cnrolully Inbellod according to whoro
thoy woio found, nud wero romotod to tho po
llco station. Then Dotoctlvo Illssert laid
plans to cat uh tho BohaclTors nnd nt tho samo
tlmo learnodwhat ho could of thoir history.
1 Iroman Uonzlger ol I'ntrol No. 1 was lolt in
chnrgo of tlio houso. Rchnoflor nnd his family
liino Ixen llvlnu at tlio houso pomowhat over
n year. Ilo Is a Oormnn. Is1 rrlpplod nnd Inof
fonslo. and works nt rutting In coal whonocr
ho can got n job Ills wife Is tall, a blg-boned
Jrlsh woman, bho repeatedly thrashed him.
thonolghborasny. Thocouplo occuplod throo
lleont of tho house. Tho basement is rented by
John Schllo. n tailor. Tho bchaofTers took in
lodgors. both rermanont nnd transient, mostly
men. On Friday night Mt mon Blopt tbeie.
Throe brothors named John, Joseph, nnd Wil
liam Kelly and it man named Orange woro all
tho police could learn of. Tho leugors knew
little ol tho family, oxcept thnt Mrs, BchaofTor
had a bnd tomier. Tho neighbors sny that
this is tho reason why none ot tho lodgers ro
ninlnod any longth of tlmo. Tho landlord la
Mr. Qootyof 12V Fourth montio. He charged
tho behneffers 70 a month rent and they found
It hard to ruy It, Thoynttendod Ht Augustlno'3
chapel In Iloustoustroet and boro ncood repu
tation thero Mrs. Kchnofter's sister occupied
tbo Elovonth street houso boforo her and tho
house wns on llro onco thon.
Schaofor was arrostod nt his houso at 7:20
o'clock bySotoctho lllssort. Ho said ho had
boon working In a coal yard on Blxth avenue,
and denied all knouladea of tho preparations
to burn tho house.
Sirs. Sehaefor was arrostod twenty minutes
later as sho was approaching tho houso. Hho.
too. declared hor Ignornnco of the attempt, and
said Bho kopt no gunpowder or bonxlnoln tho
house, bho snia slio had boon elf nil day on
tbo Grnco Chapel excursion. Hho had inlior
possession throo Instirnneo pollcios on tlio
hotibo for Jl.OOO ouch, all mndo out In her
namo. One had oxplrod last Mnrah. Tho
ether two, In tho tjtuyvesant anil lfanocr
companies, woro takon out last spring. Whon
asltod why sho tool, theso pnpers with hor she
repllod that eho altvnyscarriod thorn, bho had
also othor papers and a handsomo cold watch
In a blue pluxli case.
At tho stntlon houso both Bchnefors gave
their ago as 43. Mrs. bchaqfer suid hor namo
was Ismay. Two ol tho policies aro mndo out
to Slary Hehaofer. Mrs. Schaofor attributed
tho Incendiary preparations to tho basoment
A Loser Bllsalnr for Tiro Weeks.
Griffith A. Morris of C2 Slcrcer 6trect, Jer
sey City, an omployoo on tho Tonnsylvnnla
Itnilroad, has boon missing for two wooks. Ho
wns ongnged to bo married to May Ellis of 310
Fifth streot. It Is said tbutMdrrls told a friend
that Miss Ellis had given him $200 tokoepfor
hor. and that ho lost It at Monmouth I'nrk.
Miss Kills fays Orllllth Is on his t aeation. and
will return In a few days. Ilo had. sho said,
mndo hor mnny vnluahlo prcsonts, and she and
ho woro to bo married pretty soon. Miss Kills
denied that Morris had spent any of hor
money. Morris hns n good reputation. Tho
day boforo he went nway he drow 2S duo from
tho Pennsylvania Itnilroad. Ills fathordoes
not know whore ho In. A llttlo ovor tuo wooks
agoGrifllth had absented himself from homo
for two days. Ha told bis fatlior thnt ho had
boon knocking around llobokon: that ho was
in troubloand must go West.
Tbo Minister I.eurea Isle Nmuggled Cigars.
Tho Rov. J. V. Dunrfns of Rico county,
Minn., who was n passongcr on tnostoamer
ltottordnm, which arrivod In Jersey City
Friday, and whose baggage wnB solzod by tho
Custom Houso Inspector because ol un apparent
uttnmnt to smugglo 5,000 cigars nnd othor
duthiblo goods, has not been beard from since
the soizuro wns mnde, and It Is thought that
holms gono to Minnesota without troubling
himself about his baggage. Jlr. Dundas wus
accompanied by tho ltov. H. C, Caldwell ot Enst
baglnnw, Mich. Mr, Caldwell's baggags was
all right. lie nppoared to bo greatly surprised
at tlio discovery ol tho cigars In his com
panion s trunk.
Twenty Vesrsn Pallcensan.
Sergeant Rolntsh of tho Tombs Court siuad
came to the court yesterday with another gold stripe on
hla coat sleeve, making four. He went ou the force on
Aug. 4, 1MV. He Is a veteran of the war. an 1 carries a
bullet The court squad proseuted him Willi a bugs
Long, loose, much wrinkled tan Btndt cloves are re
vled, Thero Is a tendency to return to the diadem style of
Coiffures grow higher, but the Psrcho retains Its share
of fasiilonable favor,
Luclferred aud absinthe green shouldbeosed only to
glvo a duih of color to a sober coituiae.
The fashionable colorafor the early fall are pearl gray,
ollre, and absinthe green, reseds, and Luolfer red.
Pointed peasant belts ars much favored, and so sro
loose blouses, particularly ror young girls and llttlo chil
dren. The prettiest cf all tinu for a llttlo cirl Is a wide
brimmed Unborn, trimmed n Ith one long curling full
No woman of taate will use Lucifer red or abilnths
green for an entlro toilet, or even a largo part ot a com
The favorite niatsrial for little children's travelling
drraaea on the uther ld li brown liolland. trimmed
with ecru lare, colored bows, and colored buttons.
Steeli i are beginning to disappear from aklrta and in
puioe or bustles and steels a luoae horse hair pulling la
worn In the baek attached to ihe waliltand under the
Atanvgowm of dark blue serge trimmed with leather
and faatetiea with narrow leather maps Instead ot but
tons, ror early fall wear, are in the bands of dress
makers nn Ihe other side.
There Is a new shade of crushed raspberry, very
bright aud rich, but very unbecoming, aa It takos all tbo
llesh Unit out or the best complexion I hot for all Ibat,
Ungllsh women era very fond of Ibis atrocious color.
Among the fashions whlrh are predicted for the next
season are trimmings of colored leather. These leather
trimmings aro Intbs natural color of the skin, but icl
Ishjd r glaied not dull nnlahed. pinked on the edgea,
and pricked out In round holes, forming patterns on the
walatooatt, collars, cuds, rovers, and balta
Morrlstown la one of New Jereev'a centres of fash
Ion The favorite dress of the Horrlstown glrlli of rice
white nainsook, almost covered with handsome em
broidery, and with this Is woro a wide aaah or molri
ribbon, roaaed etraljrM around the watat arrangid in
IsmblgiDOpsln the baek wimvery long eada reaching
alinoat to the bottom ,f the aklru "
Iherarorltestyleaot doing up brown hotland trarel.
ling enlu fur Utile peepls are tberet (llrla should hare
a sleeve eas ralelot, with a full skirt and loose bodice,
jnrer which hanga a pelerine, or roundf.apa, uverlig
the arms to the wrist Here a loose box pleated coat ol
overcoat drawii In with a belt The bor'a overcoat may
S.lfmiiii. JS atW's oa must have smalleiol
Ur trimmed with lace. The bows ot rlbboa saauk the
iuitrIAtt,twu wbU " estrtU S3
A jrnir tiAtini at oaxbb or norn.
Tho Rer. Dr, TsvakxjakaM flaraaladalem Is
IT miael n.llef.
NotwItliBtandlnR tho ,'icat, tho Hebrew
Tomplo Gntos ot IIopo. ot 115 Enst Eighty
sixth stroet. was woll filled yesterday morntug
to greet tho nowly-oleotoi rabbi, tho Ilov, Dr.
G. TaubonhauB. Thochurch has boenwitliout
a rabbi slnoo Dr. Drowno loft last Soptonibor.
Tho advent of tho Ilov. Dr. Taubonhaus has
boon lookod forward to with n great deal of In
torost. Ilo was oloctodatthogonoral mooting,
aad enmo on from San Franclsoo. The con
gregation of tho Gates of Hopo Is small, but n
very wealthy one. l)r. laubonhnus's sormon
yotterdav was n poliolorly discussion of tho
mission of tho pulpit Dr. Taubonhaus spoko
briefly ns follows:
The pulpit Is no modern Instltntlont its existence dates
back to the morning of our history Our ancestors had
already a pulpit when they had no better home than
the rherrjeaa desert Mount Blnal was that pulpit, Ihs
short and mont comprehensive ecrmon ot which win
ever hold the htghrat rank In the history ot civilisation
The preaching which had began there wns prosperously
continued In Jerusalem, the oradle of divine and soul
stirring eloquence, brilliant aa the star, fragrant aa the
flower. Invigorating aa fresh water, and refreshing as
pure air. rrom Jerusalem the golden wave of genulno
preaching turned to Babylon, and indeed, we owe a
great debt to that pnlpll for the preservation of Judaism.
To tho Babylonian rublt Dr. Taubonhaus
ascribed Ibq kindling of that unparnllolod
faith In God which fanaticism, tyranny, and
twrseoutton could not extinguish, it was tho
ploodlng oico ot truo rollglon.
Tor JudAtsm la no blind belief Though It la no re
ligion of reason. It cannot be denied that It Is a reason
able religion There Is such harmony and congrnlty
between Its fnndsmental teachings and reason that it Is
owing to this circumstance that some people sre wont
toeari "The Jewish religion lathe religion ot reason."
The more we reflect upon and contemplate the essen
tial pert of oar religion, the simpler land more accept
able It appears. As the chldrsn become more at
taohed to parenta the longer they alar with them, so
Jndalsm becomes the more enleared to ua the more we
examine and search Into It Its principal teachings
seem then no longer to come from without but tubs
tho whisper of onr own heart the native languageof
our own eouL Belief then Is no longer the result or
training but the beaming of conviction The aim of
the pnlplt la also to spur aud stimulate religious practice.
In interpreting tho mission ot tho pulpit, Dr,
The preacher must be very errnpuloui and wide
awake, not to abuse the public truat and not to de, late
from the path of hla sacred dsty. The Illble must be
hie compass, the lllustrlona teachers of Israel and other
ooltured nations his companions, reason his connsellor.
and sincerity his stair religions Instruction and moral
encouragement mnst bo the ribs of every sermon of hla
IN JJfiZMEF OP MAXMELU
The TlrKlah OoTerntncnt Aeba Ibntn Res
pite tie Granted tbo Condemned, Man.
Jeppeiisok City. Mo Aujr. 4 Tho pnpore
In tho Maxwell caso, mailed from Washington
on Aug. 2, woro rocoivod to-day, and aro as
" DErAItTMKNT OF STATE. WABntKOTOtf.
" To hit eatllencj A r. Xloretiouse, governor ojmtouri.
" Sml: bogloavo to transmit for your con
Bldorntlon a copy of n noto just rocoivod by mo
from 8Ir Lionel Snckvlllo Wost, tho Hrltlsh
Mlnlstor nt this capital, in which expression Is
mado ot tho oarncst desire of horliritannlo
Majesty's Government that a respito of tho
sontonco pronouncod against Maxwoll. alias
liroolcs. wno Is now uiidor scntonco ot death in
Kt. Louis, should bo granted by you. I am
without information of tho reasons upon
which tho rcsptto U thus desired, but I feel
bound ntonoo to lay boforo your Kxcplloncy
tho application thus mado through this do
pnrtmont by tho Minister ol a friendly nowor.
whoBn implication to your high ofllclnl discre
tion and clcmonoy in bohalf of ono of Its citt
zons Is justly ontltled to. nnd I nm euro will
receive your sorlous consideration.
" T. F. Dataiid."
Sir Llonol Snckvlllo Wost's lottcr to Mr.
Bayard Is as lollows:
" Ukvisblt, Mass., Aug. 1, 18S8.
Bin: I havo tho hoaor to Inform you that
tho Marquis of Salisbury has rwijuosted mo to
bring to your notice tho case of JInxwell, alias
brooks, now undor sontonco of death at 8L
Louis, and whoso oxocutiou Is fixed for tho
10th Inst. It is. at yon aro nwnro. nought to
obtain a respite for tho condemned man for
further Inquiry, nnd upon thin ground I trust
that his Lordship's ronuost may Induce you to
tako such steps us may bo possible to nbtaiti it.
L. Sackville Wkst."
Gov. Morohouso Is absent in Clinton county,
nnd, should ho not return by to-morrow oven
lng, tbo application in tho Maxwoll caso will
bo forwarded to him nt such placo us ho may
Tiey T.ooked on Red IVIne, and Forsot to
Carry OnT tbo Dlainnude They Had ntolen.
Dotoctlves Vallely, Murray, nnd Evnulioo
arraigned nt Jefferson Markot Court yostor
day Thomas 'Wblttukor. agod 20 years, of 422
West FItty-sixth street, and John Denohuo,
19 yoars old. of 111 Wost Fifty-blxtb stract.
Thoy aro burglars, aud on tho night of JulyS
broko into tho house o( Gcorgo E. l'ortor, a
momborof thoHtoek llxehnngo, iho bn-. nn of
flcu at 11G Wnll street aud lives nt til J 1 lull avu
nii'). Mr. l'ortor and his Tamil) woro nwny
from homo ut tho tlmo, nnd tho burglnr- took
thoir enso. Thoy ruined over a thousand dol
lars' worth of ebony furniture and stolo tOvO
worth of diamonds and old coins, Dotectivcs
traced part of tho Btolcn pioporty to Pawn
broker Vonzonskl, nt 450 Klulitli avenue, and
not tho description of tho crooks. Last night
the dotcctlvos caught thorn at their homes.
Whtttaker had some old coins, which were
stolon from l'ortor. Two Imported costly funs
wero found at Donohue'a house. Thoy
woro Idontlllod by Henry Dreyfuss, a
nnd diamond doalor at 25 Maiden lano,
llUng ut GO Wost Fifty-second streot.
Last Thursday tho burglars entered Drey
fuss's residence, packed up $1,000 worth
of diamonds, and then proceeded to the collar,
whoro thoy broko tho nocks of sevoral wlno
bottlos ana had a jolly tlmo. Thoy drank so
much that thoy forgot to tako along tho 11.000
worth of diamonds, whloh thoy had tiod In a
handkorchlof and laid asldp until they wore
ready to louvo. Justlco tower committed
thorn for trlak
Tlctlme ot tbe Deadly Driver.
Martin Eoofo. OS yoars old, of S13 East Sev
enteenth street, a laborer in the Dock Deiartment, was
rnn ever bv dirt cart No. H84 at 1'ler UT North River,
yesierday. and had hlslert lee broken. He was tent to
Chambers Street LlospttaL
The man wbo was crushed to death between a truck
and a Broadway car Friday evening ox lower IJroad.
way waa recogulssd at the Morgue yesterday by his
wire. HewaeGeorgoFrohloln, fa yean of age. a Ger
man, and a waiter by occupation Pe lived at Union
Hill. N. J. William Martin the driver if the truck, aud
Daniel McMahon. driver of tbe car. wart each balled to
await Ihe lao.uest In (1,09X1 each.
riNANClAT. AND COMilEltCIAZ.
New York Htoclc Uxcbannc Sales Anc 4,
cniriD sTiits sun aravr roisi Ok fl.OOOs).
1 t'.RUe mm 151', S.4Ha.e tOTK
CLoaina rnicni or uaiTco irarxa sovns.
nn. lllnl. tx Mtta.
p.K ""'K IU1 o.ae IR01...120
l'. S.fts.0 IOJU lUTSj U.S.ISS. fWl132),
U. K.a.r inil I27U V. K.Ca 1K07....IJ5
U.F.U.0 U1H I'lH V B lH04.,li7M
-TTs. V. Kfca lW.,lbo)J
Riirsnan avp orntn sokds On (l.tOOs).
OAtl. AJ'.a in 22), I 10 Mich. Cent. 5s. r ...113
Jli'klrn Kl. In .. nit a JJnuUn Tel.ee.... h-sj
bih. ao.Cts.lt.ett. 72!a' a Nor. I'ae.adc lloU
oudos. W.m,aao..lo7 1 N.J. Cent. 1st 11
lucn . Cs. niii.,iui JN.J.t). genLoa....,iO(M
13t.ll.aO.laN.eg. I2H IN.V. Nor. ad...,. 67U
3 rh.4 K Ill.Ben.Cs.. Ii7t, !K w, a. f as IWJJ
31i-h.aK.Ill.cn. 11711 INW.eoldc. 1SIU
1 1171 I lr. r. C 1st..... oi'U
U -.. 1171, (,. tail
tl.ILi w.istas. 7D) loltrla w.p.T.es.,, t
J Ilea M in III it .Kb .Hh4Inr.Sa 8S
UPesMrtl)ex.ts Hi IKh.atVylat tM
lyricist ex.... 11SW 3 6sQ
ufrlecon. la m asi;
I iLWortLIsu B7M I HLRaHa. W ex-is, H7U
SO UlU IDC. H R, Ine ..... luQ
18 .......... -. H7tf t Tex. I'ac 1st 6s.... W
uou f.p.as.y.0.t. t.4 SI0L.A A.a.s m.iiliuhu
all.taL.Sa Ml 3 inetl
1 1U Cen. la , 1U43 ,.10 t 101
ahau. 1: en nxita 7Tenn. 1M. a It. lis,
I .nor. ao. 1st.... OIU llir, dlv HIM
aloaN.gni lu(J iUestbh.u J103
lux., t). A. stun. ml. us aiWesiB.ta,rea. ...lud
Total salts of railway bonds (par value), $150,000.
RitLtoiD jsd cms snaati.
. Wra. (oa. 010. ,-Totnij
&"" Ins til. lit. Jilt, JHtd,
00 Boston A. Il nf . ifii 101 101 uu i"i
7(D Canada Honthern. BJU ilfW tviu sou oitu
Obee, Ohio lllS 11H 1W 13 ISC
luuchie al.uui.pf. em hu no iwu fy
laulChlo.4 N W.,.,..11SU ll'jtt HSU llsil usia
aueo, a t o iinij 11.1H usR 1151 Jiu
11730 ft, M. Jt ! 7JlJ IM 7i 7jH "m
10(0.11 BLr.pt..llO2 I Ifii HUM I10M II
eij p.. k. 1. i-ac. ..uw3 KasC ioX(J iiVT iiiu
iiot-ol. ll.v.aioi... asjl j5 sag -jsC iw
ICOo UeL. tAck. a W...I35J 1MU la.-,)a 1352 Jut
sou len . It. . a W . lb(J lif 15J, lb iSf
SOtlllenverll. II.... Ill 111 le III lnt
IUIB.T..V, Q. Istpf. l CO Ul OHM eoO
4310 Lake Shore..,.,., teu y&H DM, uiU uiij
5.W Manhattan t'on . . Hi laiu 00 HiU um
H Michigan Central. MW ici Kl esU Mil
lto Mian a St. u pr . n is uH ioH
70 Missouri Paclllc.,, ThM T8M 7h, 7hW 7D
KOWo. Han.a T.. ,. HtJ UU lit, Nil 15
looNatb-tl. IblL. b3 hjff tail mil Kit,
lTooN.J.lentral nsj ssj es Rill ha1
'tSS'K'A owFog. ttW tU 44 li
7BON y. u E. A W... 77 27 3dil Si I arti
irS0,R,kS'Mt','t3"l "! "1 ""H
ino Korthern Poe. astt uisj xiU J5U at
kji Northern I'ac. pf !AH f1i r.uj VU miu
mj Oregon imp .. . . 6H twi, 7t (nil rlj
iu Oregon H u, ... ai so tii ssi" aog
"'regpa f Trant., till !t, sr.it; 2S 3ri
Sini'eo.Utc at Kv ,31 JIlJ 31 3IU 3lB
Muul-hlli.a Iteadlmi , (MM uii! eiu oiu etit
lUlHIoh. W. P. pf. 73 7t 73 71 71
PUHuKaH yrF 73U W4 W 73 7JU
.UtBuK Pylulli..,. IHfl oiu d HIU il
luibkr.M.ii . luu ids' iou luotl itiiu
,OTeun.'oaiairoa. sM, W u isu 'S3
Tt icUluioi of ttocXa nn sia ihM.
unrr onoTinoaa roaaajixrrocia
Bin. Allt JUS. Jired,
jtmerlca 171 174 Manhattan . .. lo l
am Kaeh-ge... !!, IWl Market ........ 171 -
abnry Park... . 103 Medians'. ... ;J liO
Broadway VI Meo. and Trad. Is
Uotch. aliror. 107 Mercantile;.... ltd
Central.. l3" Mercnanta' .. lats IW
Chase 3T0 Mr Kvch ... Il 1JJ
Chatham ,,,,, 2J' M Metropolitan., lo 15
themicnl 8&w Sfwi Netrotwll sa -
lltr 31 Nassau , .... IOH IS3
C Uteris'. .... MO New Vork Sin
Commerce. ... !d HW K. V. Nat. Bx.. 13U IIS
tcTtlSelTtai . 131 I" Nj V. County.. Wl -
Corn Rich..,.. 31" Ninth 131 HO
Last Klrer. .. 103 NorttiAtnerloa. 147 lee
llfTenlhWard IW Nnrlh Itlrer... va Ku
nl... aw" Oriental vri
fourth'......- 187tti I'aciao Illl 170
etftfiAvenne.. jut fart 1715 1.7
Fourteenthm. 15 !rli Jg;
Oallatln 3 j'lienw ll 18
Uarfleld !KM Itenublle. ltl 14J
Herman Am.,. 113 Seaboard Nat. 118
uermanla Si's "- Second Nat.... Sill
tlreenwloh ... ISO Seventh Nat... ISO
Hanover. IW 'hoe I.eatn. Its
Hudson Klver. IV BUMellolaa .. MO 117
Imp. and Trad. 0 Ktats of N r. II3) J17M
Irving. loo Tradesmen's ... ltu 101
Leather Mans'. 103 llimtedstatet.lsiu
omi iiamva nocas.
illd. Jltrd. . . . CUU Mltd.
AdamtSxp M7 101 Iin. N. A. O.
Albany a Hot.. .Ut 150 flaniiatun lib.. 10 11
Alton i T. II.... 41 tl Mex Central. .. lttt 141
AIlSt ll.ti.. W MarshallCoal... laij 15
AS. Oabt" ... . 7d Tl Mara .11. Ont- 1G 171.
Am Kxrress.V.lOd 110 Mar.IIAOmpt.KI (
Atch San ri. el SSJ, Mil. L.H. VT . 05 57
Ail. PacPlo?.. w5 e NIL.U8 W.pf. vn ol
Boff.no P.. S3 Minn- A Ht, U . 0 7J,
Cameron foal,. ! Mobile at Ohio,, II 11
C?adlsj rac!. 68U 57J, Morris jtex.i 115
Cedar rails at M. tU 8 N. V. a I. H....3IU
c ao is" nf... 11 iiKN.Y.CAStladnat a
c aosdpr... is S N.v.UK.au.pt'. ul
Citc.awion.,.134 1:17 N. v.. Raw.... PM 0
ChpsaaLSr oi 170 N.T. saw.pt.. stU au
Ch.aind O'lll. 80 40 Norfolk A VVesu 1U 1
rni"M.W.pf!l4BM 144 OhloSonthern.. 12U 1J
fh K. III. .... toU 1 OhlotMlM .... s.ifl V
lb. a li. Ill of... vlQ Olff onurio Mining. Bu
crst.ua P.... 13 nS)nt.Weslorn.. to is)
C. 81.L. AP.pr. 83 at OreroiiImprr..ti7 P
Cln. I. StL.10. 73 77 Or. II at. 0J Bl
UM.tv'.aitr... 3M 8M rhlla.0aa KJ i
Cln. W 3 II. it. 4S t'H full I'al. Lar CclOHU ' 101U
Colorirti. rosi:: 80" tSa onlcksllrer..... log llg
'oL a II. Coal.. 33M S3), Qulektllrirof.. si'k. ,
Don. ilasCc... 7rAJ 78 llenva Sar..,,.IU3 '175
neLailnasoa..ll4K IIS It.. W. a O ou PI
iienr!an.i!rf' 43 so HLts r.... as , 31
De IT FtlU 8I.LB.K.lIJl.II3W.,li;M
K.W.ao.... tH pit st.i'.apui.t)i.itrjw im
feT.V.afiaiif. 23 SO hu 1 aorna ...ShU iikj,
Kvans a T. It.. S3 hi st.r.om.pf..lon lcxJi
lort W. a I 11 . 1- 3"K south Carolina. 7MI J
(IrcentlayAW. IPU 11W Sontb'n faclflc. 20 37
HomeaUke ... IOM Ht Ij. Ark a Tx. 1 II li
Houston a Tex.. Ibtl UUTol.ao. 0 33 02
IlllntCent....llKl ling ToU p. CrT.. 83. no
III Central 1 1.. B7 100 Tex.I'.J.and rt at sj
lud. Ulo. a W.. 1ST 14 Texas Pao 23V 3
h Ingst n A Pern. S3 34 IT. H. Express. . . 74 7U
KeokukaP.M. 3 5 IJtaha It. KIV..120
U E. a Welt. 1M IMe'.SI.LiP... I 14W
LCI Westpt 4SM k W.St U. A P.pt S3, 35)
Long Islanl ... 03 ft Wella,yargolTx..lW 142
La.aMo. Hlver. SI I
toeTOK ctosisa oooravio-ti.
Cfd. AlttX MX JH.fi.
A..T.1R y... 8M WM Atn. Bell Tel.. ..233 381
rh. nur. Nor. 80 52 New Hnr. Tel. 13 41
Pasrern 114 12U I rle Tclenhone. a'l S3I:
rilntal'ereM.. IIW 43 Wis CenLoom. 18H 'M
riuitai'.M. of. OOlf OS Wia Cent tf... so uii
Hex. (.enu st'k. 14 UK WextlindLand. 21)4
Uoeurn W. P.... IJi a
ruiusiLraii cbosisa tcoTinona.
III. jir,L Nit .diked.
Jteadlnrlstnf . s, bum Lehlsh Vaher.. osij wt
Phtl.tl!.2dpf.mM 001 Ubl1rl1C.aN.C0 4Mt
Phll.ait.8dpr.. 53M 5 yennsylvama... SIM 51,
tarxsr lokdoy acoTATioifi.
Atlantic a nt W.. lal.. LS LocUTllle hasnrUle.. 01
Atlantic a (It. vr. 3d.. 7M N. Y. Central lmt
Canadian PacUlc 50li orthem Paoulo of.... r.HU
Central I'aclfld snU rennsylvsma Bijj
Rrlo common STfo Heading 3J
Erie Sd consols -look, KLraul common. 7M
Illinois Central 133 Union racinc. ........ Ul
ttanraaalexat 13 Wabash pi SUM
Batordat, Auc. 4.
Business upon tho Stock Exchanco during;
Iho past wook has boon practically at a stand
still. This was due to soveral causos. the prin
cipal onos holns that tho professional element
has consldorod thut a roactlon was duo aitor a
continuous rlsodnrlnc July, whllon Rood many
traders and intorcsts thnt helpod to mulio tho
market havo rotlrod temporarily on account of
tho wenthor. The fact that Autrustls a critical
month for tho crops has also unquestionably
hud somotlilnK to do with the smaller vol u mo
of tradloK. llesldcs, a Rood many operators
Wish to be cortaln that tho promlso of larjto
crops Is going to bo fulllllod beforo extending
thoir UroB. Tho Importnnt featuro has boon
tho continuous strength of tho market In Iho
face of dulncss and of modorato realizing both
for local and foreign accounts.
Thoro lias been no special chnnno In tlio cen
oral business situation. Naturally tho crop re
ports nro not its uniformly favornblo ns thoy
havo been, but ns yet tho reports ofdamaso
bero nnd thoro have contained nothing at all
nlnrmlna. l)ostdos,tho streot lsvorystronclyof
opinion that such roports nro oxucitoratcd as
much ns posslblo in tbo intorosts of specula
tors who aro bulling tho wheat and other cereal
markets. Distressing rooorts of tho agricul
tural conditions in western Europo havo
holpod both the grain nnd stock markets,
l'rosont indications nro ot a good foreign do
mund for tlio surpluu of our wheat and com
crops. 1'orhnps tbo bost Indication of
UiIh is found la tlio Increasing demand
for transatlantic chartors. Tlio prlco of ocean
froighta has advanced materially, and tho most
consorvatho ship brokers nro tuklng overy
charter in eipht. The prospective movement
of coroals is also hailnq some effect upon tho
managorsot tho Truntt lines, who aro nowei
presslngthomsolMw as coiilldontotn restora
tion of rates. Tho Granger rato situation
shows no Improvement yet, but the further
ovldenco of ruin furnlshul by tho (i, JJ, aud
Uuincy statement to-duy ought Boon, wo think,
to havo somo effect upon tho znanagors of thut
group of roads.
Tho trade reports nro of tbo samo encourag
ing character aslant week, find It Is said thut
In 0 number of Btuplo linos, notably dry coeds
and boots and shoos, thero nro unexpected
signs of an oarly revival ot actlt lty. From tbo
iron trade, also, further encouraging advicos
aro rocoivod. Tho volumo of business is not
largo and prices aro gradually hardonlcg. Tbe
monoy market does not relloct us jot any in
creasing demand for capital, although tho bank
loans Increased during tho week about $2,250,
000. Thoro Is a llttlo bettor supply of commer
cial pupor. but buyers nro cautious, nnd cny
woll only for the very best names. Tho sterling
oxchnngo markot hns yicldod gradually
throughout tho wook, and tho next ovent In It
will probably bo tho Importation ot forolgn
gold. Itnilroad earnings aro bettor than could
reasonably bo oxpoetud. considering the rock
loisnossnnd lnck ol business morality shown
by an influential portion ot tho railroad mon-
Ot to-day's mnrkot there is llttlo to bo sold,
oxcopt that tho dulncss nnd some efforts to do
press prices simply demonstrated tbo strongth
ot its undartono. The woebly statement of
n vera cos of tbo Associated JJanlcs showed no
Important change outside of tho expansion of
loans referred to and tho resulting increase in
tho deposits. As tho supply ot lawful monoy
remained unchanged tho surplus Is a llttlo
smallor than last wook, but Is still sufficiently
large for all posslblo requirements. Foreign
doulors woro modorato buyors both In tho Lou
don markot and (horo. and this oxprosalon of
confldoiico helped ut tho closo to a Ulgbtly
higher averago than yostonlay.
As compared with tho ilnnl prtcos of Inst
Saturday tbo list Is conorally higher, but tho
important gains nro fow, as follows: Michigan
Control 0 il con;,, Oregon Improvement iH,
Iako Bhorn 3,', Northwest 2 k, Ontiodn South
ern mid Manhattan l)i each, Hocking V alloy
nnd Toledo and Dslawaro, Lackawanna and
Western 1 each, nnd Ht. J'anl nnd Manitoba K
1 cont. Ht. Louis nnd Bon franclsoo proferred
lost lx cent
Final salos comparo with those ot yostonlay
Uvg X Aug 4 Ava S. Am 4.
Can. Heathen.. ;3, Tsu v. y. j u. B....44M ",
S-S"ft.,B,1-i?Jw ,?!H oreion a T. c 234 25JI
."v - "i?H mH Oreiron Ima Co. 00 oeil
Pel. U a Welt.135 13.'.U Pacioo Hall .... S7V, S7
5"e...- soti strti ftoek Iiland 10nQ loxlj
n-aVTsxat..,. 11M ni Fjon. a W. r.... 3C stH
Lon.ahaau,. SOU 01 liloh.a V. P.pf. Tsl? 71
Lakeeoore D3U D.tu Beailuur ;.. 01W uiw
Sln icycon..., sail tu st. I a . r.of. 7sCi 728
Mlch.crent. 6i Bid st Paul com.... 7s 7j)J
g"h.a that... HSU raU St Paula ManJoeCJ 100
Norfolkaw.nt, UiiZ 00C Union racifc... 9W 5!t
horthwettcom.llSU lista WeaL Un.Tel,,. soil Holt
Nor. 1'ae.eom.. -iM smJ Wheel a L. U. . IH bbii
Hor. Pat ortf.. 5i OdiJ
Qoyerntnent bonds dull nnd featureless at
tmphaiigod Qiiotatlons. Railway bonds aula
put strong. Tbo noteworthy net lulvancos vrora
i,n,Ul0.?alM)0le and hlo fis. 1911, X r oont, to
100: Chicago nnd East Illinois oonsola H, to
117K: tort Worth and Donvor City lsts. V.to
HHi Illchmnnd and Allopliouy lsts. l. toCU;
and West Hhoro 4s. r.. V cont. to 103.
In bank stocks, 10 shares ot American Ex
shnngo sold nt 138K, aud 5 shares of lionover
In tho Unllstod Deriartmout tlio soles of No
tlocal Transit cortlflcates. crudo Petroleum.
yioroaiBOOO barrels at a. to B3H conts
barrel, oloaln ot 81. Tho salos. of American
Cotton Oil Trusts woro l.OliO shores at 3sw2
lo B8'(, closing at 88JL Othor transuctiona
SPSSJn.Mo!M" 1'osort Land, 700 aliaree nt
a.37t; Mexican National, 600 sharoa nt D.nnd
Construction stock. lOtl shares nt 20K : Wostorn
National Bank. 100 shares ntUJi nnd Toledo.
I'oorla and Western, 100 shares at 17'.
Money orvcnll. XeS IK cont. Tlnin loans on
good collateral aro quoted: Hlxtv days, 8B,2,
cent i throo montlis. n V cent : four months.
3 Si r cont.. nnd six months. 4(5 t cent. Com
"npL1 Cr'Si""' Tll hostBlnglo-namo pair
soils at tWBK oont., nnd good douWu-nalue
papor may bo placed at 4 V oont,
Sterling oxchnngo dull and steady. Komi-
naL fffcl'M? rilt,s "J1 -Kfi 'or long bills,
and M.Hi 7pr demand Actunl rntos for f.o.
Vis18' -H5MW.o5.; Bight drafta, ti.bVi
.l.Tl8T, offor t0 "o" Un'tod Btatos bonds to
tho Oovernraent aggregated B54,150, anfol.
tlslCOMiaa, tvud 23CWOa.t iiliL Tour atii
a hnlf T cents, rf clslored, ll -WO nt 10'iS. nnd
$270.000 ntlt!7. Nono itccepted. "nu
Thoweokly bank btuteiueiit bliowsi
loans. rrrM'w.rain H'l lutivei Inr. PAilViTIi
leilte. 4UIr7in tUir.ii.Mai ,10l i.n,;' '
ClrVulsllnn.... 7,atl!si 7,1 tl.ian Inc. ji22
Igal tenders. i,2:.fil S"t7et.ji) inc. MiiJ !
Specie til.tltieo tf7.i l(1,. tit",,
rteerve....fl ntstv) l.-ios.iu.riii) Dec, TiMTT;
Reserve rcq'd.. lio.ya7.4W 1ww1.l8ft.ina MS,
Surplus ... R17,1IUI7S 62i7VV373 ec.Tii?rr
The aurnlns a rear aro was miuznMt two veati...
It was tn47,2.VX and In Isk. It w as il,rg.,471V w
Crop rnllrond onrnlncts forJiilytsompnrowllh
thoso of tho snmo month Inst yoapiis folrov la"
Ionia. If. O. and Texas. JIw.Vn Ine ten-j-a
KorrolkandMrslern ,i7.-m iiji" 7W.2
Toledo ana Ohio Pen trsl . Wi.irrs Ine iiirS
Chicago and Kaitern Illinois 187.T7U p..' a Via
Canadian I'Bcltlo. . 1.1 tv.iwa n rT,,1,?
Lonta, New Albany and Chi ifhhkv i",n ,;J$
Tbo net osrnlpgRof the Hilcnao. Hurllng'ton
and yulncy llnllrond for, Juno wero 35t.0tw a
decrooso otcnmparod with the samo raniith'nt
Hist year of fSlW !JC The net oaFnltiiiS f"? th
six months ondlng June ,in woto II vAiSa
against tWmi.UBl. for the Unit half of lost year
Tho Denver nnd lllo (irando Western Hall!
road re imrts cross oamlngH for .Tunoot tlio.
01)7. nn lncroaso of lltl.MO ovorjlast year anS
net ISV.721. nn lncroaso of 128. ' ana
Tho ntatoniont of tho Wlmollno nnd l-nka
F.rlo nnliroad lor tho fiscal j oar ondlng Jus!
80 shows, gross oarnlnns of f 81B,073, niralni?
M70.248 last year, nntl net 1MI.71C ai nst
tl84,41. llxo.l charges woro iUfkM2. 1'tJJlnr
not prollts of JOB 381. Two qunrtoii? " vhlortdS
Rmoun tinto 70,208 woro paid. loaVfil sutt
Troasury balances comparo wlth.last Satnr
day's as follows: lut
n .. JutV 1. A.WI 4.
PoM,V" $1M.474,1 HOttViJTnT
Letaltendirs 3t!.mo,nno ai'37s,tVii
. , V'1 -!U "tvrvi Tkwmmos
BllverbiIancf!.f4.imoiLirt, airalnst fin.S7aois l.,t n.i.
.r.A,4IraVt,V.ntnral AS.w. iJ4
Intornnl rovomio receipts for tho wonlr i.1 .
553.300: customs J4 tS 7n'i; 1 "tnl rf iotn!
7.'172.0!)9, nualnst 7.01H.J1G Inst iu"!k.
mi miboi"i J.n , S cln'ul"tlon outstanding. 1243.
827,818. Lnfu monev on deposit to redeem,
rotlrod circulation. $8'.Wi7.0'.ih Hondo to ro-
e5i,iorv.r.Ji1initl?" t,0K",U,1'riiiK ho week.
tlOO.MXI: withdrawn J325.OO0.
rnrls advicos nuoto 3 V conts nt 83.G2X and
chocks ou London 23 32.
r-nrforrft.3?11 v Stanton offor to lnvottora
f200.0COof Cleveland and C.iuton Orst inort
KukoSV cent, bonds duo 1917.
Tho salos of mining stocks nt the-Now York
Consolldatoil Htoek and l'otxoloum Exchnngo
to-day woro as follows:
!!. . A?mf' Ojealwr. Vttrint. Xowst. Ctortne.
200 Amador a 111 s 20 320 a so
lsoe Aatorla . . .. S4 S4 34 -it
uoiiKl crlito 1 id 1 pi 1 10 1 In
1000 Hollywood 30 311 SO M
ltxo Mldole Uar 41 44 Ji it
looo Monitor...,. 11 11 11 il
aoolTonatlte 1 ui 1 ui 1 tj im
Si! E"il.M '" l "J 1 '0 I 10
200 Iloblnaon lu P) no ui
700IUipahannock ... II II 11 i
100 mer hlnir. 3 25 2 20 2 S.V a SJ
taJUShoshone II IJ 13 13
see Sutler Croat. 1 10 I 10 i 111 1 0
lOUSavore a K5 atvt 2M aro
Tho total transactions wcro 7,500 shares.
Xew Vork 31 11 r bets,
Batueday. Auc. 4. Fiour. Ann Mral Tha
market was very nrui, but ss unual on a hot Sat urday m
midsummer business was very alow, quoted x jl
tU.aotf2K3, eupertlne. Si455iCl, shlpplnn extraA Tiw
Wfajo; patents. HUVRW. Mlnneaotii, cluir aril
stralitht, U-'r6sf."0: w filter 3.V. and XXX ta 6vit 75;
southern, mixed to rood superfine, t-t-onuts, .ni.,,,!,,.
extras, sswiato. famUybranda, raisiaWOa lite
llour-uperilnc, rtnirffaao; line, ti aofti'.o Com
mcilJ.l louts 10 for tt esiern.and rVI.4orur iirundiwine.
Conos luturea e-ero Irrexnlar. Tlio August "cor
ner" Is still on with full force, and this montli further
advanced ; hut as to the next crop tho reports of damaito
by drouirht do uot seein to be fully connrneU, on tlio
autumn ucd winter months tllebllv tliclined It la aal I
that the billli lll not put the evtreine ireesure no
Attirust contructs till at,out tho 20th. when It Is toe lain
to brUur cotton from Liverpool; then look for a lilsli
old Ume Cotton on ihe spot wns Mec. dearer, tut
nuiet: snlddUnir uplands, lie; Cults, llc The fol
lowlnc arc closing prices bid fur futures, with sales
Anrust lotw,-. Pccember. 047,. ynrch. t'Co.
Septemher. U72c. Jnnaarr.... orle April Iii77a
October. .. tiftOe. February... oolo. Maj v.Kic
ClnxiN Wheat futures wcro buoyant and excited
by the return of bad iwather atroad and reportsot
rust In sprint at the Northwest, ealoi 4sti0!'iu linli
at trianWte for Aueuat, iiJatHUa Tor Sertembrr,
04M(HJac for October. OMioiVo for Hovember o'-jl
ryKi7Iooifor Docembcr. una i,i,wrau7c for lanuarr,
also tor Jl.iv. leitW. at K)tc.tl H epol wheat W1
aotlrefor txport, shlppem tokln lStxiuhnsh , mainly
lor the Continent. Quoted, hprlnc. eajOSc: reil win
ter. W)l-c; white, S707c.; ajles Included No. 1 hnrd
sprirnr attne. delivered. .So a red winter, una : No 4
do. nlc; No. 2 do, H7ic. t 0. h.; .No 1 Northern
sprlni. Pic, c. t L. and notfc. to arrive nitron.
Indian corn rutures-wero nlso dearer, with continued re
ports of ilum by drousht In Kansas, but speculation
ralher taiua, eales SU,WJ bnsb at Mltc. for Auuuat,
MV. for Septetnher. MKaOic ror October. W
6iS.lto. ror NoTemher. and 515llc for Do
uember fH)t corn waa acarco and nearly nomi
nal, ((noted! Vterlcrn mixed. 3S37c, whlto.
&5(57c. jellnw. G4.c-Wc: Bonthern yellow, MaSOot
Southern white, sr.iw-W. ; saiea Included No.
2 mixed at .7c. delivered, nnd S41f,c. for early arrivak
(lats were dull, but values wra wellriialntained: aalea
io.van huab. Including options No. 2 mixed at 31o.
for Ausuat. -KJ4C ror September. OOi.mVio for Oc
tober nnlNn. a white nomlnel for September; and
an tbe spot, mixed at 3730c. and white at 41
r?47c, a to quality, lit nominal at sTiuiv, After
1 hanrr Wheat itiin: Jo. 2 red winter for August,
leVkc; September. iMWc.; October, ttJec.-. December.
O-Hc; Wuj, ISMll. Jl.dli Corn Heady: No. J mlved
for Aurust, ";-.;: September. MHo.: (ii-tober. 6i4c.:
Ilecemoir. ir. Dais atciiiv: Nov i mixed for Auxuat,
aic, rteptember. sjt4c: October 3oc
l'aioiisioiiiltTdl opined quite bioyantly, hut clovl
a little uudr the best prims nt tho mornlnir: sales
4.000 tea nttiQ'iuSc for Amrusu kkihuc. lor hep
temher. s.75" !o for October, and 7 taic for Docu'i
ber. After Chaime the clots was stcadr at te. for
Auyuit. S.00C. for beptember, usee for October,
nnd 7.000. for nil the year. Spot lard in, re
native: sales 430 tea at RoV. for prima
city, twtnio for prime to choloe Western, and no.
ror rcflned'fer the Continent. Pork firmer with n n,'
vance In speculative values. Oucted. Mtss, $14jOa
f 13. VI for old and new; prime. JH(SS1 M: clear barx.
SlMiJlS htjl Out meats mnet. plckltd bollU-a.
tfxBIOkje.; piyued shoulders, 1 7HtZc" Lame, l.'yrj
1-Jejc.; amoked shoulders, net hsjna KlUr,i4o, lint
Arm Ou.ted. 7fl7 0OMd for extra mels. &.'.
ror packet, and JlsraJIt M tee. for India mossleet
hams steady at 13 71(f 10 VbhL stearins 'In ilemunit
t I",1!!"", and oleomargarine at uc Tallow Orm at
JKajHo Dressed hog moderately active at Js1.,ic.
for city. Butter dull at isasnua for creamery, thiem
In fair demand at 7SJfnJio. f or htoto factory, rrisli
ea-irs active nt I7t441tac.
usiicssiis-ionoeontnespotanlet but steady; snlea
lar) bac Na 7 1.1a, and h.V)airs Maraenlbo. n. u
Quoted: Maraenlbo UrilSc, to. UAaimjc.-. J0.
1S17c ; Mocha, liwtsic Bio options were slower; xalci
HOuobaga, closing steady, wltb sellers at the foUowliiu
Autruat ....lasJclN'ovember. PKie irehrnarv.. OTOo
r-epiember. O0"c December., oont March UHie.
October.... ftiSalJanuary.... P.ic.Aprll tunc
Jtaw lonara very firm, but no aalea reported Qaole4:
Valr reBnlne Cuba, f,Mc . and etendard cenulfuunl. it v.
Itenned easier; granulated and powdered. 7&7-,
crashed. RWc j srt ahlte. tk7Kc; yellows. (&a?.W.
Jf 0l?V dflJU ncnliinl, gaoled: Porto itico,2iVA.'il?:
Parbadoes. 22(4370.; Cuba. M" teaL aiMatlJIc; hew
OrIearS73S.i svrups. S0332c Ttlce steady. Caro
lina and Louisiana. &!f(tc.. foreign, IKtXo.
riTBOisca-Crude certlttjates dull, tut prices enn
tlnuo to advauoe; opening- at sic . eolllnaat fLvuMUMa.
and cloalnK tlrni at BISHtHo- i talea 4MJMD bhlsT
Five Per Gent., 50 Yeer,
COLLATERAL TRUST I0NDS,
Interest Payable in New York,
January and Juy.
We offer for sale a limited amount of the above bonds,
secured by a deposit ot securities wlti the klUCCA.S
TILE TRUST COUPANV of New Vork.
Copies ot the bond and deed of trtut can be inspected
at ourofflcea, where full InformaUoi will be fumltbed.
Ma recommend ihett bonda as a itatrahle IxtvaitmenL
MOORE & SCHLEr.
SS SROaD 3T. ttnW TOBK.
(3 RTAt-tt ST.. BOSTON.
IstMige. fi Ier Cent. Bonds,
rait 8At,n ii-r
COFFIN & STANTON
HO llfttiADWAT, NEW -VOK.
N9T,.'.'E'-!,,4 Pfopotaltwlll be recelrrd hy tii
..i,..,'J'.OUBC',,jt '"tton. Nehraiha. for ihepurilvei
crtauimtiui,-k, tnuch thereof aa may bo ImusAii
water bonda ofths city of nutum. drarmi six dljr
lent, ilitereit. lue lu t enty yeara but redceiuahlo -r
Bve (ll yeara a, the option of said cliy
AU propnaaU nusi (e marked " Propoa'i for Kind
1H iww. at Mini (T ,clmk P X an'l ai mi erl U
Boodfaiiliteairiiiniiiled by acintllud'cliitk t-
.jhetltyt'ouicll riacno tho rlsht loreltctm '
11 order of ike City Council
TTiy.0 1I1U.WR Clerk. ft MWIy.af--
IVTTOM, KtU, July M, lettt,