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CA1IL0, H.L., WKHNKSDAY MOUXIXU, AUGUST li,
71 ,T T r
What has Skepticism done fur the world .'
N'itlilnj but, to widest iluuMs. It has vvu
tlint Kln'illnatlslii cannot, bo clU'-d.
KepUcLs.lu li us bad ies. hliouiimlWu.
What has Science done fur tlio worM?
A K'nl tunny tlilwjs; fur Instance, It, In .
shown Hut ltlieumuttsm can be cured.
II bag shown thalNeuraUrlacaube got rl'l oi.
Voderiiseleiieeliusprovcdtleit Itlieimiunsii, i
a blind ilU av, lihd has provided .M lll.opiloi.o i
as lli') remedy which call completely cure It.
It litis proved that iiltliou'li tlio nM d'.i tor
failed toovercolno Neuralgia. ATllliHIOKoscaii
I' d'.'ti It, uud eradicate 11 lruiii tli t stem.
It has proved that though these torment In::
illv.i-y-s were ho Hlovv met obstinate, tlicy can
be overcome lu u little w bile by means ul
liotrt be skeptical. If you liuveany doubts, i-
10 what. Atiii.oi'uukos i-an on, write to some of
tinea; whom It. has cured, for Instance, Key. s.
I!. Penmen, II. I)., I'a-itor Third foiufn-tfathiii.il
church, ot New II ivcn, ( onn., 'lie liev. W. P.
orbit, pastor (jeorjfeM. M. K. Church, of .New
Haven, the Key. J, K. K.-;irlc.s.pa.-it;r Wlllettst.
M. K. ( hureli, New nrk city, Mr. Urutmnell, the
well know n candy manufacturer, of New Yolk,
Kx-iov. Iil,'elow, of t onnectkut, aiiel many
others, equally well known.
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IIS TI1K CITY.
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KEVV YOKK STORE CO,
THE CONQUERING HLRO.
Tito Appropriuto Muwieal Suluto to
TL'i Beautiful and Impressive Ceremonies'
Which Marked thy Public Receutiou
of the Pioneer Arctic Explorers.
I Spscdies Full of Sentiment and Feeling
i Grc:ly'o MjJest Response Us
Slicks to His Cttniad'js.
1. .it i .-.'lot in, N. II , August 3. Thou
Hands utliercil tj witness tliu recep
tion l tliu Arctic heroes yesterday.
Thd streets wcio li;k: I cariy with visiting
niai.i.itioiis, military and civic, l'rom
tie-tuny wtro the uiiprcntico boys ii'ym
the. training sliipi at l'oi'tsniouth iluJ
Janiestu.vii. The DeWitt Clinton Com
inundery and Newburypurt Coiii.'uaiHlory
made it line uppcarjnev.
At 1 1 :oj a. in, u fcteain launch ran lip
to Navy LaodiiiL', and Ui'cely an I three
id his intn stepped on the wharf. They
were received by the committee and
spectators with uncovered heads. Creely
walked feebly, supported by a naval
ollicer, and ld.s brother, John A (jreely.
Th-i party whs driven to the 'latid stand.
Lieutenant (Jreely expressed a desire
not to be separated from libs men.
The procession started at 11 : 13, b ing
viewed by Cree;y ami his men from the
grand stand. TLo crowd was Immense,
no estimate beiiifr possible. Cheer after
cheer arose as the men of the Th-ti.-',
liear and Alert passed by, and louder
cheers saluted Commanders .Schley, Colli. i
and Lmery. At uoou a salute lroin the
'Navy Yard added its tribute.
The most beautiful and touchinu fea
ture of tli'J ilay occurred When Hewitt,
Clinton and the Newburyport comiaander
ies reached the stand. As they .aed With
uiifovtrt'l heals, Lieutenant and Sr
K r, i u'ht (jreely repeated.)- waved his
hand and bowed with Mii'lb s of affection,
"Vheii they itaehed a centra! position in
front of the stand the coinni.i'.idcrics
cuuntertiiar.'li-: I, halted and saluted
Lieutenant (.r-ely. Then one tf th ;
bands played ".'see the fund. tiering II .to
Tlie'ie was a paue; then ti.e vtherban l
played the .-oft musiu of "Home, Sweet
lloliii ," the eli ct lei beautiful iu tie:
extreme. The survivors linked their
thoughts as th'j llood ef r-co: lec
tions swept throtuh th'. ir minds,
wh:H; the music 'laved, at:d when ii
ceu.-ed the emotion 01 the Inillti
tu;e of speclat'jrs fou:id vent ill
mo-t (liihos.astic cheer.-. Cheer after
(deer was called' for an 1 iven
with " timers " fr Lieutenant
( irro y an I his men. Then tip: band oi
one of the cominaiuk lies played "Auid
Lai. ;f ne," hil l tie; jt jcessiou moved
on. A.i swoti as the Templars hail passed,
Lieutenant I. recly re-entered the car
riage with his wife and was driven
lo the Admiral's house. The other sur
vivors followed soon after.
Mu-ic Hall was packed ill the evening.
The- stai;e was liln-d With cinitaries.
As each appeared the audience burst
into applau-e, ex-Speaker lliliilail, lieiij.
V. llj'.ler at.d Coiiiin.iiider Schley
reeiiun,' the heartiest deiuonst rations.
Oei.er.il Lutar was greeted with three
Conspicuous aiiionur those ou the plat
form, b' si Jes the dbove, Were CoUureiS
man K ibics in, of lirouk yu, ex-Secretary
Knhesou, HoVti'iior Hale, Secretary
( li i:i;!.er, (icucr.il ilazen, Admiral Luce,
iloti, Frank Junes and Captain Mitchell,
of the United States steamer Callatiu.
Lev. V. A. Mcliinley acted as Chair
man, and at Sio'J itev. l)v. Aldeu offered
prayer, making touching mention of the
dead and reuderitij: deep tha:iksy;ivii) for
the preservation ot those who were
rescued. -Mayor Treat theu delivered an
address of welcome ou behalf of the city
to the rescued, the rescuers and all
the visitors, saying tlio courage,
the fortitude and skiil evinced
by the ollicers and men of this expedition
have luridshed another illustration of the
truth that "peace hatii her victories no
less unowned than war." Lev. H. L.
llovey followed with a welcome
from the cit'.ens, expressing their
pride that two I'oitsinoiith boys were
amoiu the rescuers, and assuring
the suivivors that however inairnilicent
their future ovations in;j;!it be, noue
would be more truly from the heart than
their lli'st by citizens of Portsmouth.
Secretary Chandler was then intro
duced, lie irave a history of the Greely
ami the relict expeditious, saying: "Our
lifst duty is to pay our tribute
of praise and of mourning to
thos.- devoted men who, having
completed their two years of fruitful
labor came southward to Cabe Sa
bine, and alter months of
starvation, borne with heroic
fortitude and patience, perished as truly
on the Held of duty as if they had met
their late at the cannon's mouth. The
people of the United States look back on
their record with a just, but mournful
pride, and whenever, throughout thu
world, the story of their heroic endeavors
and sufferings is told, the memory oJ
these martyrs to duty will forever be cher
ished aud held in honor. With special
tciidi rness, we turn to Lieutenant (ireely
aud his comrades, the only survivors
of an American Arctic exploring party
which readied out further toward llui
pole than any pievious explorers. For
their labor and their endurance we honor
them; lor their sufferings wo give
them our pity and sympathy; and ti
comfort, cheer and encourage them, wl
promise, them the gralltudo ol
their Government and their countrymen.
Tho balance of his speech wal
devoted to extending the heartfelt
thanks ot the Government and tho coun
try to the rescuers, calling each of tho
three commanders by imnio and extend
ing niual pralo to each of tin?
ollicers and inen. Ho closed w ith these
words: "Tho Nation will always dwell
with fond remembrance upon those who
shared lu the danger and tho success of
the Greely relief expedition of 1SSL"
Charles A. Nesmith read a communica
tion from Lieutenant Greely, giving most
affectionate praise to Secretary Chandler
and the ollicers and men of tho relief ex
pedition, for the energy and perseverance
displayed lu returning the sufferers.
Chas. A. Nesinith, Crcely's brother-lu-law,
spoke lu behalf if tho Lieutenant,
and with much emotion read tho follow.
Ing from Greely: "N'o rea60U less than
..I. ...... l,,l,P;ie f . t.m!r r.t tli.nnrlli nn I
nltiht of the llvlttfj members of thu IviJy
Fratikli'i Hay expedition. I ait
now unable to tlttlngly expresi
how deeply we feel the honor done US bj
your iisseinb y hero to greet w 1th klndlj
words of wciooiue the ih ing and to glv
voice to tender hvtupilhy for the dead.
During our service north we tried to dc
our duty. If li our dYoris aught h
found ol work accomplished or of action
done which touches th .- hearts of the peo
ple, we shill feel that our labor!
ii nd hardships are more than rewarded,
Time and Inclination are cpully w wilting
lo dwe 1 on th.' work done or thu hard
ships endured. 1 must, however, state
tiiat never for one moment in our darkest
it Ji el gloomiest hours, did vvu doubt that
tlio American people were planning aud
doing for our it sjtie through their repre
sentatives all lint lay in human power
and skill. From day to day as lood failed
and our m n died, that faith ami that
certainty trave strength lo us who lived.
I will not tell what you well know, how
the Secretary of the N ivy set heart and
soul for our relief, and imbued his subor
dinates with Ids own indomitable
energy, and how the relief ship
were made ready in an unprccedeiitedlj
short time, ieuiknow less oith; uu
tiiieneliab.e ze d and determination which
animated CapUin Schley and the ollicers
of the sijua Iron. No risk was too great,
no demand ou their .strength aud en I'gy
too severe, when it was possible that an
hour could be gained or a mile'
made gooel. S marked was
their oi-pat'h it ii 1 energy that
had they kuow.i our exact condition
and locality, and thus avoided the thor
ough sweeping search from Cape Vorii to
Carey Islands and Lilc-boat Cave, they
cou.dn't have reached Camp Clay in time
to save another lile. None but those ol
Arctic experience can appreciate the won
der; ui wors of that .-ipiadrjii no
one ki.ows belter than I, ho-.v
inadequate is this tribute to the Navy,
not .ess glorious in this work of peace',
than it lias a ways been in time of war.
Thanking you for your kind deeds,
tl.oiightiul cuiisieteration, tender sym
pathy to us a. I, the living and the dead,
I icmaiti yours sincerely,
A. W. Gin i;i.v,
First Lieutenant Fifth Cavalry U. S. A.
Acting Comnianiler Lady Fraukihi Hay
Lx-Speaker lliii'lall sal 1: It has bee a
my good fortune id the House of Repre
sentatives uj help toward .sending out the
Greeiy re.ief expedition. In the success
accomplished, I t ike utiu-u.il grat'uiea
tioii. Those who have perished, have
I cnslied in the discharge oi their
duty, and if knowledge is
power tin se men h ive added
lo the sum of knowledge of theircountry,
and in so adding have increased its pow
er. 'I heir names shall live as household
word-. I am here to testify that the
vcrctary of the Navy l as represented
the fee.ing id the lbill-j of U .'pre SO II to,-
tivus, ii;'si in the rcsfu of the men and
now in paying every honor that, is due t
those i-rave h'.el i'Hig-suff.iiug public
General P.uiler, on being introduced,
was received with great applause, and
said h!s main excuse lr helny present
was t'.ie fact that he was boru in this
county, and iu ad his varied and adven
turous career iiis heart h.atl always come
back to the lolls, the i,k-u
ami the women of New Hamp
shire as to his own h--arthsto:ie.
lb' th .'Ught the glory of planting the stars
and stripes further north than any other
nation sullicient to pay for all the sacri
lico. He hoped one abettor of tho expe
dition would not be forgotten, and that
ad honor and praise would be awarded
the (jueeu for her kindly interest,
General ilutlcr continued at cousiderab.e
length t3 discuss the value and future of
tr.h'.-r iotercsting remarks were made
bv Governor Hale, of New Hampshire;
Senator Hale, of Maine; Couiman ler
seh.ey, General Ha..-i), ex -Secretary
l!"b. son and Commander Collin.
iin-I'I-mmon ami rum.
Destruction of tha Pennsylvania Hail
roatl D pat in Jersey City.
Nkvv VuttK, August 4. The Pennsyl
vania Kailro.ul Depot in Jersey City is
burning an I will be totally destroyo I.
Ni:vv Yoiik, August 3. The- Pennsyl
vania Kaiiroad Company's tug-i got aj
:Iosj to the lire as possible and threw
streams of water ou tho !liui"s. The
ferryboats put out from Desl'ro-sei
street, but were unable t ) effect a land
ing and remained iu midstream,
oitiiiiv oi,- nn; i mi-:.
The employes had been smelling escap
ing gas for weeks at the ferry olliees.
Ferrymasler K ibt. Jones was aloue iu his
olllce, his assistant having closed up and
gone home. A lady h id just stepped up
lo buy a ticket when a terriile explosion
occurred, directly beneath the seat of the
ticket sellers. Tho lady was thrown
backward upon the sidewalk but w is uot
severely injured. She wa.ked home.
The lerryui ister was blown fully six feet
Into the air and struck the cediing of tlu
booth, anel dropped, scorched and
senseless. Kegaiuing consciousness a
moment later he escaped just iu time
from the bttileling, which was soon in
Haines Imuieeliately following the ex
plosion, a sheet of liamc shot into the
air. The Hie spread with marvellous
rapidity along over three hundred feet of
water front. It was conjectured by some
Hi it the lire had spread through the g
pipes, and that Hie Hist cxp.osion had
been fallowed ui) by others. A elo.en
engines were soon pouring .streams upon
the ll.iines. The explosion and ii lines which
loliowcd created the wildest excitement
in Taylor's Hotel, which is on y lllty feet
away. Many guests begin to remove
their baggage, and the clerks had eilll
cuity in preventing a panic. Abraham
Goodwin, Iwenly-tvvo years old, and Jen
iilo Gallagher, idiu teen years old, were!
badly burned. They were brought to
this city and taken to the hospital. The
roads affected are the Pennsylvania, the
West Shore and the New York, Susque
hanna & Western. The buddings were
supplied with a complete tlru alarm sys
tem, and the employes were formed into
a lire brigraele. The men have been drilled
nightly for years. They were supplied
with hose, pumps and ladder.-!.
T x 8 Cattle Fever ut Topjka, Kansas.
Toi-kka, Ka., August 5. The Sheriff
of Kills County telegrnphoel Govcrnot
Click yesterday that the Texas fever had
broken out there, aud that there wal
danger of its spreading generally through
the southern part of the county unless
measures were at once taken to suppress
It. Tho Govcruor ordered tho stricken
cattle to bo quarantined Immediately, and
has seut tho Statu Veterinary to thJ- In
fected district to take further action In
tho case, It Is not kuovvn how tho F.llis
County cattle became Infocted, as nouei
nf the ratt'n frmn JMhlwrll have b.-otl
Tho Awful Work Dono at tho Poll
in tho Rocont Kentucky
MaGj Murden aud Multitudes of Main
in? Mirk and Mtr tho Day
Trii'j to Her Traditions
Ex-Gjvernor HnJticko' Vxwj of thi
Prospects of His Party 'Jaily
Wtsviu.l, Kv., August 3. -The in
terest in the ekciion forjudge of the!
Appellate Court in tho eastern Ken
tueky District is very great,
but the remoteness of some of the coun
ties mikes it impossible to get the re
sults tins morning. A majority i.i
claimed by both parties. Forty cotuitie.)
are embraced lu the district. No
Lepublicun has ever belore been eiecteel
to the Appellate bench iu this Slate. At
Lexington and other towns many dis
gracehil scenes occurreil. At the tortuer
place a dispute over the election between
Geo. Siewait, Democrat, aud J. 1). Goers,
K 'publican, resulted in (leers killing
S'.ewait. At the same place Jack Cleary
was iliseinbo.vl.'d by Jack Murphy. Loth
w re eli'dak.
Lt.i.,ios, Kv., August 3. licports
from along the Hue of the Chesapeake
Ohio K iilr.j.t Is give evidence of a bitter
light over th election of Appelate Judge
from the First District ol
Ke.r.ucky yesterday. In an
altercation at Lnterprise, Robert Griffy
shot and killed two men, and then died
from thj effects of a shot from tlu pistol
of one of his victims, who llred before he
was killed himself, or from thu pistol of
some unknown person.
Fxchinging sluts tin.- tight became gen
eral, 'the tlr.-1 man to drop was Solomon
IS.'adiy, killed by a bullet over the ear, aud
the second death was that of Add. Si.e
niore, .of G lie's Station an I the wound
lug of Allen Suttin, and John Martin and
John Day followed. The Sheriff is said
to have killed Sizemore, but was shoot
ing at some one else iu the crowd. Ter
rible excitement reigns, and many others
are Injured. It was Impossible to get
further f articular last night.
S.vit.v iooa, N. Y., August 3. Closj ob
servers say there is trouble brewing iu
the Democratic camp. Kelly is reported
t3 have isiued his ultimatum. It is to
the effect that Tammany must have the
control of all the New York city olliees
or tho ticket will bo bolted. Cleve-hi-'1
aud Manning are said to be
inclined to ignore Tammany and take
their chances with Kehy against them.
Hendricks i for conciliation, and with
that end iu Vevv, hael repeated interviews'
with the Tammauy chief.
.Lx-Governor Hendricks talks of the
prospects of the campaign with the
greatest freedom. "I think the ticket
is daily gaining strength," lie saiel
to a Uniteel Press reporter to
dav: "Of course there are little
tlillicu'ties in the State of New York,
some of them of an unusual uiture. The
laboring classes are somewhat elisatisiicd
and some of Kelly's friends are sore, but
they are all Democrats and will be all
right before election day.
Hendricks' letter of acceptance is al
most conipleteel. It will be brief and
will uot meddle much with political prob
lems, but will follow somewhat lu the
line of his speech to the notification com
mittee. It may be issued the samj day
Cleveland's letter is published.
Conflict Over Ah Sin Between Judgo
anel Attoimy of tha Uniteel
San Fkanctsco, Cm.., August 5.
There is the usual trouble in the United
States District Court as to the a.lnilssi on
of Chinamen, the District Attorney argu
ing for carrying out the Ilestrictiou law
as recently amended iu Congress, w hile
Judges Sawyer and Hoffman are constru
ing it to the advantage of the coolie, llil.
boru maintains that the act applies to
these Chinese eu route for the Pacltlc coast
ptlor to its passage, while the judges
contend to the contrary. Tho Chinese
Consul here Is becoming more Imperti
nent and overbearing, aud with the con
currence of tho State Department at
Washington is likely to make the amend
ed act as inoperative as the okl act
Colonel Lee, the Chinese Consul, recent
ly boasted in the District Court that he
had caused about sixty rulings of the col
lector of the port of Sail Francisco to be
reversed iu Washington.
The latest in this "matter is that the Cus-toin-houso
lias decided that it alone was
competent to issue cerlillcates whether
to merchants or laborers, uud so notified
the Chinese Consul. The latter commu
nicated with Washington and Secretary
Frelinghuysen decided that Chinese con
sulate certillcates should be treated as
prima facie evidence. Liter still, upon
the arrival of the last China steamer,
fourteen Chinese were foutiel ou board
equipped with Chinese consular certill
cntes. They were not allowed to land at
once, and the Chinese Consul again tele
graphed to Mr. Fieilnghuyseti, In re
sponse to which the following dispatch
was received at the Custom-house:
Wasiii sii rov. I). ('., .Inly ;:i.
7"'i'i' i'nVc tor i,f CitxtiHiis, Sim 'Viiim.',', ( e.:
Allow tivenly-l'oiii' C!iinu-i) men I ants, who
iiri ivol lit jour 1 i L ill - --III inst., tn land
without i xuet ir-' Hi" evidence iuiiired hy
tin- act id .Inly a, Is-1,
issued C'lIvin.KS I'. Coo.v,
No statement concerning tho persons
iu question lias been made- by the col
lector of tho port to Washington, anel tho
action of tho Statu Department was
bused entirely upon tho representation
made by the Chinese Consul. U will also
be noticed that tho Washington authori
ties requested tho landing of ten more
Chinese than were held. If the District
Court here holds thu Chinese consular
certllleates to bo goo I, there is no tolling
how niuuy irregular landings will be
filalne'a CTcas Call.
Bau llARnott, Mi:., August 5. It was
discovered last night that tha steamer
Scbeuca had been running (or several
days with a broken crauls pln" scarcely
half au luch remaining lu tho socket and
keeping tha machinery from a g.-iuerat
'tmsdi tip, ft ml the pasM';;ir- from
J nich lllalno took yesterday, and In the
eugino room oi which, right over the
broken pin, ho sat lu conversation with
tho engineer. The company has tele
araphed for the steamer tjueen City, of
iiaiigor, to take the Sebenca's place until
the latter Is repaired.
Such lias been tho amount ot travel
on the Mount Desert branch of the Maine.
Central for the last two days th it last
night's mail train was an hour and a half
late, and this morning it was two hours
and a half late,
nn: riiiui:T j.kft.
Visit of tho President to'tha Dinsmora
Pofuiiuixi-sii:, N. Y., August 3. Presi
dent Arthur visited Dutehess County yes
terday. He arrived at llhiuo Cliff at
1 1 : -0 a. m. by ferry-boat from Kingston.
On tho way from lililue Cliff to Staats
burg, the President was asked what lie
thoiht of the campaign. He replied
that it has looked well for the Uepubli
can ticket from the beginning and added:
"What is more, the outlook seems to
grow better aud better." The train
reached Staatsburg at 1 1 : 1:1. There was
a crowd at the elepot, and a large 11 ig
was draped across the roadway. As tho
party alighted, Mr. Diusmore step
ped forward and welcomed them.
The party entered thu carriages
and were whirled along to the Diusmore)
mansion. F'roiii the broad piazzas a
inagnillcent view wis had of the Hudson,
the Catskills and Valley of the Waikill.
At J p. in. dinner was announced. The
menu was elaborate. The train due at
Staatsburg at 5:3d p. m. had been or
dered to stay there to take the Presiileu
tial party ou board. Tho train laid there
four minutes, when tho conductor sig
nalled the engineer to go. As tho Dins
more carriages arrived, tho ageut said:
"Tue train has gone." "Well," said Mr.
Diusmore, this is the"llrst time I ever
knew of the President of the United
States getting left." All re-entered the
carriages and wcro.drivcti to Khine Cliff.
The President and"''' General Stiarpo and
his son crossed over to Kingston. To-day
the President and party will go to the
MASK HA M. Hit 1Y ITT US.
Score of Games Playa.l on Monlay,
Detroit, Mich. Lull ilo-, li; De
Chicago, 111. Chlengos, 'J; Cleveland.-,
Pittsburgh, P.i.-ilrook'yus, 4j Alle
Indianapolis, Iud. Toledos, 1'.'; In
Washington, D. C IJ.i'.timore Unions,'
8; National Unions.-,
Kichmond, Vi. Allentowu-, Id; Vir
Games at New York and Philadelphia
postponed ou account of rain.
SvuvteniA, N. Y., August 3. Cloudy
and threatening weather this morning
discouraged a large attendance at the
track, but the races lost nothing of inter
est on that account.
First L'acc I'urse of SPO; .V) to sec
onel horse: two-year-olds; live furlongs:
Won by Jay Pell: Ilarrigan, second;
Ilaliatua, third. Time, 1 -jy,.
Second II ice Summer handicap, all
a-."'', l.oo.i added, one and one-half
miles, was won in a elienching rain by
leife-ree: Blazes, second; Georo Lou, I,
third. Time, :-:!.'
Third Uace-Purse of $300, 8100 to
Second horse; distance, one niTe and
seventy yards: Gleaner, llrst; Manitoba,
Second, lime, 1:31 l-'J. Mutual , $3.70.
CuicAii", Hi.., August 3. The racing
yesterday was very good. Tlu favoiites
captured but two races.
First Pace For three-year-olds who
have not won at Chicago this year, three
quarters of a mile: Whisperlne won;
Actor second ; Great Maria, third. Time,
Second Knee Owners' handicap for
two-year-olds, live-eight lis of a mile heats :
Gerinaiiia won; Lady Croft second in
two straightheats; Van! tor, third. Time,
1:01, 1:01 l-l',
Third U ice For beaten horse-', one
anel one-quarter miles: Cetiterville won;
John Sullivan, second; Chatitilly, third.
Time, Jill 1-'.'.
Fourth II ice Selling race, one an I
one-sixteenth miles: Krgot won; Mani
tou, second; Startle," thiid. Time,
Fifth Pace For three-year-olds, three
quarters of a mile: Avery won; Top
Sawyer, second; Colliding, third. Time,
Brighton Beach Kaces.
.w YeiKK, August 3. The races at
IJrigliton l.eaeh yesterday were run off,
despite the stormy weather ami heavy
track. The attendance was small, being
coiilhie I to the sporting fraternity.
First Uace Consolation purse, three
quarters of a mile: Australlua, llrst:
Medusa, second; Ketort, third. Time,
Second Pace Consolation pu rse, three
quarters ot a mile: Tony Foster, llrst;
Hostage, second ; Columbia, third. Time,
Third Uace Culver Kai.'road Stakes,
one ami one-half miles: Carlev It., first;
Dizzy F.loude-, second; Urunswick,
third. Time, 1': PI l-i'.
Fourth Pice Selling purse, one and
one-eighth miles: Ten Strike, llrst: Iliiu
Purke, second; Ghost, third. Time,
Fifth Uace All ages, one and one
eighth miles: Arsenic, lirst; Frank H.,
second; Lena, third. Time, 1' :0l 1-1.
Sixth Pace Seven-eighths mile: Car
lisle, llrst; Will Davis, second; Florence
J., third. Time, 1:31 3-1.
Beecher is "Alivo and Kicking."
Pi:i:kskii.i., N. Y., August 5. Tho M s.
Henry Warel Iieccher cordially shook
hands with a reporter in his country
home tills evening, and said: "Well, so
youcamo to l'eeksklll expecting to write
up my funeral, did you? I had a little
touch of colic Friday. Tho doctor told
mo to keep quiet. I didn't, so I felt badly
Sunday. To-day I've becu arouud as
usual, aud am alive and kicking."
Dr. Tlklensald that Mr. IJcechcr passed
ono or t.vo bad nights suffering from con
gestion Ot thO right Jcl'lnny, 'I'ltn trotihlft
la over now.
Eat-Judge Fithian Dead.
New Yoiiif, August 3. Kr-Judga Free,
man J. TUMao, a woll-knowa lawyer and
Republican politician of this city, died
last evcnlttit at his rtsllence, No. HWfst
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