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mifJ? THE WORLD; MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 1, 1888C Iff
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I Em? THE LOUDON OBIMEB,
I HmF Tho " Whitechopol murdors,"M toy-are
He', called in England, are beginning toexelto as
w much terror in London as tho crimes of
ML) Bcnnsdla many years oco. Thetwo new
HjIK cases reported to-day swell the number of
QK victims to fivo and probably to air, and no
HRi cluo bas yet boon discovered that promises to
HaL lead to (ho detoction of tbo assassin.
HM'1 Last night tho bodies of two dead fcmalos.
BH& .. 'wore discovered in tbo streets in tbo Whlte-
WjK- chapel district. Ono -was certainly killed by
MSsT the samo band that committed tbo previous
59$ crimes, tbo mutilation of tbe body bearing
m tbo nnmistokablo sign of bis work. The
KRg otber body was not mutilated, bat tbo cut in
fttVr. tho throat is believed from its character to
jmKjti r bavo boon inflicted by tho Bameasaasam.
BaSsi Tho singular feataros of the horrible
Wf& crimeswe that their victims are-all dissolute
HH& 'women, that tbe locality of the murders is
jl tho same, and that tho bodies are similarly
EjK mangled after death. In Btraxz'a caao the
jf j victims disappeared absolutely and no trace
mhK' of their fate was left behind. Biraxa
mm- and an accomplico Y7ould oeizo n foot
jj&V" passenger in tho streets, gorroto him, with
(&B;. wondorful oxpertnoss bind hta hands and
jg$, place a pitch plaster ovor his month and
Eja&' noso, toss him into-a sack and carry him off.
I Wmjt-' -a0 obiect was to sell the bodies for-tbe-
Wilfc dlssocting tablo.
SIk.' Probably tbe rooollection of these-, old
mm crimes hasgiven birth to the story about the
, Wfiet "'Whitochopel murderer" being an Ameri-
mKA con who -wonts to socuro portions of the fe-
w9e male human body for anatomical purposes.
jjraK At all events, tho. singular and terrible mur-
ttfiKF' ders havo excited London to an extraordinary
MSp-;, extent, and tho Quoen is asked to offer ro.
Mm, ward for tho detection ot tbe criminal.
bK In New Y lk it is hardly possible that tho
BkB guilty pnyues could have so long remained
' tlP JF THAT BAUK BOBBEET.
mgjfc ere 's not muca chance for tho robbery
WpHHt & ' no anc ot tli0 Bepublio, which was
' JWde publio by Tna Evjnrmo Wonijjforthe
wQ mi first time last Saturday, to remain lone; un-
,S WmMf An amatonr detective has a iheory." Ho
' 1 ffl'jw etLa a' e robbery was not committed by
,1 jm clerk, but by a thief, dressed in an inky
if 1S office coat, hatlesa and with a pen behind
' K his ear, who went behind the desk while
1!. tho clerks were bringing tho money from
fiyK" the vaults, kept his head turned away from
K the regular employees, received the package,
fetfr- put it vindor his coat and walked away
war: This la- a veryplcasantand plsusTblo-thoory .
SK But it has a few difficulties in its-way. It
EH would be more likely tnat a clerk passed the
UgY money out to an accomplice. But with our
Wm present bright detective fore there is but
BE little prospect that tho thief will escape
HH The way of tho transgressor is bard. This
jKr b. an observation our readers may havo met
with before. But Its truth is illustrated by
ifj tho story of Fjuirs M. Ibiok, tho defaulting
Kng, Clerk of the City Court of Birmingham,
mxB, ft- Xuon's crime so preyed upon
laffij bi conscience that he worked his passage
EHp' over before the mast for the purpose of do-
iffa Uvedng himself up to justioe. Yet this is
IjrajL not airways the cose. Somo defaulting clerks
BKk. of courts toko the matter coolly, and even
jjSSj, dispxenso justico to others instead, of courting
B8E' lt Psslties for themselves.
Cv lir. Becbxb, an interesting employee in
Bjljtfj the Bedemption Division of the Treasury
. Waft, Offlco, at "Washington, is in difficulty. She
& bas been employed ever slaco Treasurer
wSK: Bpontzn's time, whose heart was not as
ttffl?M crabbed as bis autograph. It was found
yEtt" hit week that the old nous she had counted
gHK'i for redemption wro 89J1 short. It is not
r (TO'' khownhow long shehaabeen "working" this
mj&f! little ' racket," nor how much she is short.
wm Bat b bas left tho Department, and there is
M0Gj' a flutter among IJtho Bedemption Office
HB .'' Itunnfortunatothatthe School Trustees
T' ' tbo Ninth Word cannot get along
Kv' itbout Quarrelling. But there seems to
H'''; lw . audi ftllwia tin t&ool dtparU
,! yHi," ,v - V, '
ment anxious to make trouble. We
know nothlnff about the Ninth Ward
difficulties, but Trusts Txxisalx's
designation of the Prlnolpal, Miss E. A.
Forx, about whom they seem to havo aristn,
as " on old maid with a loots tongue in her
bead," shows that bo is scaroely fit person
for tho-offico he holds.
Tbo Control Labor Union bas rcceivod a
curt reply from Mayor Hewitt to its request
that tho manufacture ot cigars in teneuouU
houses bo abolished. Tbo Mayor indicates
that if tbo labor men think such manufacturo
ought to bo stopped tbey bad bettor
point out bow, and under what authority.
If tbo practlco is a nuisanco, dangerous to
health, tbo law glvoi Mr. Hewitt's pet Board
of Health ample power to suppress it.
Tho baby show at tho Westchester County
Fair ended in tho award of tho prizes
to Lizzie Mauei, Ooiffin, a tbrco
months' beauty, and Bkiitik Patteiison,
a 'twcnty-three-months-old boro. If tbo
children aro not proud their handsomo
mothers aro, and justly so. As tho tbroo
judges wre strangers, it is hoped that they
may oscopo with thoir livos.
Mr. GuuiETT-grcwviolont and almost1 un
uncontrollablo at lllngwood yesterday. He
was reading a copy of tho lUvMtraltd London
JV'ftfs when tho fit catno upon him. No won
dor. His attendants should take enro tokcop
such a publication out of his reach and to
give him American ill ustratedr journals to
amuso himsolf with.
OUR AUTOGBAPJI COLLECTION.
JERSEY CITY POLITICS.
Tbe Tllden Club Is a muibroom whlcn lias
attained enormous proportion!. It was organized
In Jnljr with twenty-five membera and now bas
over thrto Hundred and nitr. Kx-Coroner Joau
C Ilugbca la lTetldent.
Cuarlca V. J. NoeUo la Colonel; W. It. JllUer,
LleulentnUColonel; Asa 11. Leonard, Adjutant,
and J. V. Kennedy, Major, la tae Tlldta Quu's
Tho organization of Juvenile dabs is a new
feature ot tbU campaign.
There will lie an odd tight lortno Assemblyman's
eat from the First Dlitrlct. 1'rcsldent O'Neill
will get tho Ucmocratlo nomination, but both ex.
Aaiemblrman K. McLaughlin and Saloon-Keeper
James Hoche declare Intention! of running Inde
pendently. The split mar reault In the election of
tha llepubUcan nominee, who will be either James
Oallaguor, the preaenKAuerooljman, or ex-Judgo
The Democratic County Committee has located
at sis Urove street.
The Jeraey City and Uoboken colonels, McAner
nex and rJlevcna, who are to t PrealJentlal
electors, are two ortho best rtnteasnUUves of the
Chailea llnrser will probably bo-tha Prohibition
nominee for Congress.
The Firth District Democrats are preparing to
paint the town red on the 17th ef October. The
demonstration will-be tho greatest t tho cam
paign. Aitembljmtrt-Franlciihcrt-wul havo await-over
In the Tenth District.
It teems natural for '.Letts and-Coyle to bo pitted
agalnit each other in Uoboken. Their fight, uis
year uaj.warm, u ever.
Mrs. Mary reoonga, who died at the Indian
reaervauoa, near Marlon, Irtd., lut week, was the
widow of toe last oSlof of the Miami tribe.
; So rlgldUs tho quarantine agalnit yellow fever at
Memphla that a barrel of Michigan celery packed
In Ice, was refused admittance to the city a few
dajs agevthrooga fear that It might contain lever
Tbe largest congressional dlatrlct In the country
la the Klovenlh Texas, represented bj Air. a W.
T. Lanham. It embraces ninety-live counties,
and la larger than alt ot Kentneky with lta eleven
Berry Wall was recently ieen In a eult of clothes
composed of loud checked trontera ot light ma
terial, a sea-green satin vest cut low, and a wine
colored cutaway coat. Patent-leather shoes, a dark
cravat and a silk hat completed his attire.
A tournament, modelled after the jouits ot the
middle ages, la aoon to bo held at Uammond, La.
The participants will dress In meduoval attire, and
the chief feature will be a pauago at arms between
knights In armor. There will also be a troop of
archers- toemulato tbe deeds of ltobln llood'a men.
A Loos Time Mince Thrr Ilmd Met.
Policeman (to tramp In front ot an exchange
office) What yer bowln' and acrapin' In front of
that winder for ?
Tramp (making soother Cbeaterrleldlan bow)
l'maalntlug them bank notes. Old acquaintance!
that Haven't seen for years.
Sinking- a Dlninsili.
Trot fl Cartoon.
Toarhsiband, Mrs. Murphy, Is suffering from
a complication of dUeaaes. lmuil Brit make a
" Kin yer make It out of onld mnalln, doctor! I
aaven'l a bit ot aanncl In the house. "
The report that time, l'atu's upper notes-are
deteriorating can hardlr be well lounded. tihe
has Jutt algned a new Houth American contract,
wsoae termi give her not leu than 16,000 tor each
performance, ller notes come blither than ever.
Fr9m tht London jltaJtmy,
AVtrtle time ahali last one thing remains to me:
Tbe tale of Troy radea not; the hearts of men
bball beat more quickly when my name they hear
A name that Uvea lorever. I gained that.
Though all elie perished. Lover. Irlenda andfoes
AlUe died Dghuag or me, that the name
Of Helen might have titling pyre whereon to blaze
Through all aaceeedlcg time, and beaoon like
To glow serosa the darkneas ot the unborn years.
Forever will the llsht from those that fought
Delore the walls ot Troy show Helen standing
Obi to t-0 again back on those walls, to hear-the
clang ot arroa.
And aeo Uector and Priam In tho van of strife
'Mid that great boat which leagnered Troy -for
Heroea and gods fought aide by side for me,
And 1 wa worthy prize. The braveat there
Could meet no Utter death than thus to tall
For me, whoa beamy will tbe world still dazzle
When Troy ehsll be forgot tut to the end ot Umt
Wyiuuns wliupttada uwapsi clMitMa
ISSUES OF THE DAY.
Polloo Jnatioa O'Bollly Analyzos
Ho- Objects Strongly to tho G.
0. P.'s Froo Whiskey Plank.
Wo AgTees with Sir. Itourko ns to Gov.
Hill's 1'robublo Majority.
Tollco Justico DsniolO'IlelHyisamanof
very few words, but when ho does speak ho
impresses his hcaror with his sincerity and
Holsn conscientious, truo-bluo Dcmocrot
that nobody will doiiy and bis faith in
Democracy is nboundiug. Ho is a mombcr
of tbo County Doinocracy, and as an expres
sion on tbo political outlook bnd boon sought
and obtained from Judgo Duffy by The
Evenino Would, so Judgo O'ltcllly, oh tbe
representative of tbo Counties on tho l'ohco
Court bench, has boon intorviowod.
" What, in your opinion, will bo tbo out
como of this present campMgu of intollect ?"
propounded an Kvxnin( 'Would reporter of
Judgo O'ltoilly at tho finish of a gnst at tho
Vorkvillo l'olice Court.
" I do not think tboro is any doubt of tho
result, " ho rcpliod. "I tbink tboro is not
tho slightest doubt of tbo triumphant aloe
tion of Olovolund, and of Hill as wolL,b
" What do you think is tbe strongest argu
ment in favor of Oloveland's return to tho
" Thoro aro many strong points. To tho
thinking, reasoning man his advocacy of
Tariff Hoform is his Btrongobt card. Hut it
is n now thing to most people, and it is pretty
bard to got peoplo to understand it at first.
As tbo canvass progresses, howovor, tho
peoplo aro getting to understand it more
dourly nud Cleveland's prospects aro grow
ing brighter and brighter every day."
" If tbo election was put off another
" No, not that. An oxtra month is not
nocded. Tbo pooplo are loamiug very fast.
Tbey linvo lonrnod that n reduction of tbo
tarm will hurt no ono and will bo good for
"what offoet will frco whiskey in Na
tional ltepubllcanism nnd high licenfio in
Ht-ilo Ilopublicauism bavo on tho Umpvrance
" Oh, tbo Prohibitionists will not bo mis
led, nor tbo whiskey moil vilbor. They will
both ignore these cries of tho llopublicaus as
if thoy hml not licen uttered. Ah for mo, I
think wbiskoy is frco enough now too frco
for tbo country's good, aud Gov. Hill has not
sliown that bo is against high license. Ho
Iiub shown that ho was opposed to any
Bcbomo to tax tho city of Now York nlono for
tho bcuollt of tho roit of tho State. He is, I
boliovo, in favor of n fair and etiuitablo
licenso for tho wbolo Statu. Tbo ltepublkann
know when their Lvgislaturo passed the
Crosby bill for political capital that tbe
Governor would uovcr Bign it. That is why
thoy did it. Had tbey supposed Gov. Hill
would sign it tbey would never have passed
" Will tho lllnine Irishmen voto solidly for
Harrison thiB year, in your judgment?"
"1 think not. lour ycurs ago tho Icadere
wero all in tbo interest of Blaluo. Hlaino is
not running now, and Irishmen will voto as
they like. Thoy aro going all right."
" Blame's statement in an interview with
an Kvenino Would reporter that ho bolieved
that Now York, Connecticut aud Now Jorsey
would go for Harmon, ami bis expression of
doubt ubout Harrison's own Stato of Indiana
was rather quier, wusu't it V
" Yes, almost as if Dlaino didn't want
Harrison casting a doubt as to Harrison's
ability to win wlioro bo was best known.
Still, I ilou't linow. I am too busy to keep
very well postod."
" What oUtict on tho Labor voto will tbo
declaration of tho United Labor Stato Con
vention for Miller bno ?"
" That endorsement will bavo no effect at
nil. 1 ilo not t-oo why any lnborer should go
for Warner Miller as against Duvid 1). Hill.
Hill Iihh been their friend and they would bo
ungrateful nnd blind to their own interests if
tbey oted against him."
,fVhutot this city r"
"Well, I think Mr. Barney ltourko's
OHtimnto that our majority will bo from
CS.UOO to G.r,000 is a fair ono, coming from a
leading ltupublicau. Only, I tbink that
Cleveland mid Hill will run closer together
than he predicts Each will win somo votes
from the opposition and each will lo-e somo
from among their partisans, but thoy will
ubout oven up."
" Should tho fuctions of Domocracy in this
city unite, or would it bo bottor for tbo Na
tional ticket if thoy nominated straight-out
" I believe in tbo truth of tbo adago that
' In union tberu is strougtb,' and favor union
if wo can get a proper mnn on whom wo can
unite (or Mayor. Still, 1 do not boliovo tbo
iiuestion of union or soparntiou would havo
much otlect on tho voto for Electors. Evoiy
Democrat is satisfied, aud will pull truo. "
"You would, like all good Counties, bo
satisfied with Mavor Hewitt or vz-Mayor
Grace as the union candiduto ?" suggostod tbe
" No; nohodv biiBboen discussed seriously
by thu County Duinocraoy, aside from Hew
itt. And bo has not boon talked of particu
larly. Hewitt has been a good Mayor, and
thu County Democracy has no fault to UnJ.
But yet, as 1 liao bald, if no union can bo
fixed up, 1 don't think it will interfere with
the big majority for Cleveland, Thurman,
Hill and Tan II ltoform in November."
Tho modest nnd retiring magistrate cau
tioned tho reporter to " condenso what 1'vo
said as much as you can." Tbo reporter
assented and withdrew.
Ambrose II. l'tinly on Mayor Hewitt.
Ambrose II. l'urdy will to-nignt address a Demo
orallo mectlns at Foley Hall, corner of Fourth
avenuo and Una Uundred and Twcnty-flftb street,
It is premised that tho ipeaker will nave aome
tklng to say on the method ot Mayor Uswut'a mad
Just l.llio tli o Unite.
IYm lk Cirfeon.
" John, what would you do If I were to die I"
Bury you, my dear."
CSuchIm nt tlip llotrlo.
II. It. Dorr, of ltulland, Vt.,andb. D. Warring,
ton, of Clevelaud, arout the UU,ey.
Frederick balvesou, of Kdluuurgh, and I. 8.AI0
Mutry, ut Kentucky, are at tno Aliiemsrle.
At tho Urunewlck aro F. W. burrows, E. O.
Ceszynsky, aud Julian HI. llumaey, all of Chicago.
Among the St. Jaiuta (.-neata are C K. Hpou
wood, of Norfolk. Ya. ; J. P. NMllctt, of Washing,
ton, and J. A. Dillon, ot Ku Louts.
Capu O. A. Cornish, Lieut. Henry Tailor and
Lieut. II. C. Comu, U. B. A., nnd J. D. Jackson,
of Augusta, (Js., are at the Urand Hotel.
At the llartholdl are V. T. Uoolton, of Buffalo;
A. J. WMleraan, of Dululh, Minn., and U. J.
UUsvll, of Danville, l'a.
uenatorJ. B. r'asaett, of Elmtra; Dov. J. B.
Fnrakcr, of Ohio; b. F. Farnum, ot Denver, aud
W. U btowe, of Waltham, are at the Filth
At tho Btnrtevant IlonseareW. IL Mawhlner.
of Mohiroe. l'a. ; J, J. Hobos, of Boston; C. C.
Paine, of Cleveland, O., and C. J. Itaydon, of
At tbe Aator Ilnuae are W.Btrachn, ot Montreal;
J. K. Powell, of Wssnineton ; W. II. Thurston,
of Providence; G. M. Towle, of Boston, and J.
W. Friend, ot Pittsburg.
Itegtstered at the Hoffman IIouso are H. A.
Jndd, ot Blleavllle, l'a. ; K. B. C. Uambley, of
BallsDury, N. u. ; 0. II. Murran, of BoiUngton,
VU, andUrmaadfar, oiKswrorv
ORGANIZED LABOR'S PARLIAMENT.
Important Blatters Dlspased of by 111 Can
trat Labor Unton.
At tha Central Labor Union meeting yes.
tsrday Louis Berlinor, of tha Clgar-Makera'
International Union, reported that fivo
members of that body wero recently shot
down in Arkansas for their ootivity in behalf
of tho Union Labor pariy. Ho wonted a
demonstration mado donouncing tho mur
ders, but tbo Union declared that tho mat
ter wan out of its Jurisdiction. ,
Section 10 wauted James P. Archibald's
scat declared vacant becauso bo prodded at
a Cleveland meeting, but I bo noint wusralrvd
that no delegate's sent could bo declarod va
cant until h Is tried and found guilty, and
tbo nbair ruled accordingly.
Tbo Law Committee will look after tho
complaint of tho Carl Sahm Club that boys
aro employed in fifo and drum corps to tho
detriment of mon.
Tbo Arbitration Committee was directod to
inquire into tbo cause for tho discharge of
union men from Stovcuson's browory, at
Tenth avenuo and Thirty ninth streot.
United States Diatrict-Attornoy Gnlvin, of
Boston, wrote that bo bad begun suits against
Bowker & Torroy, of that city, for importing
twclvo Itnlian nmrble. cutlers in violation of
tho Foreign Contract Labor law.
Tho Alo and l'ortur Hrowors' l'rotoctivo
Association, having adjusted its difficulties
with Alo and l'ortor Browcrs' Uuiou No. 1,
was admitted to tho Central body.
A long discussion ns to tbo advisability of
asking tho Socialistic Ijibor l'nrty to aid tho
Central Union in securing tbo nmomlment of
tho conspiracy laws was held, but no action
was taken. It was said that the prevailing
sentiment in that no party bo recognized by
tbo Central Union.
Trying to Make Peace In 40.
Thomas B. Barry, of tho Genersl Executive
Board of tho Knlghta ot Labor, addessed the anil
Qulnn faction of District Assembly 49 yesterday
and advised It to make an unbiased atatement of
the difficulty. It was decided to send a delegation
to the General Assembly which meets at Indian
apolis Nov. 12.
'1 be (Jamii party has elected delegates to the
General Assembly, at which 100 representatives of
tho various District Assemblies will be present,
bevcral Districts havo sent two sets of delegates,
aud much trouble is anticipated In the endeavor of
settlo the claims of the oontestanta.
Raleamen Want nn Hour for I.nncli.
At a regular meeting of the Dry-Oooda Bales
men's Early Closing Association It was unani
mously resolve! to aBk the employers of the large
retail dry-goods stores In this city for one hour for
lunch, the present half hour being entirely inade
quate. A commltteo was appointed 10 watt on all
those Arms now giving only half an hour.
Notes In I tic I.Hbor Field.
The Clothing Trades Section will meet to-night.
There are threo priests In tho Order ot tbe
Knlgnta of Labor In Dakota.
'Tne llalllmr.ro Critic says the worklngman Is the
bet citizen and the hopo ot the country's luiure.
Ueventy-flve union printers have been put at work
In u Kansas City houso In plaoo of non-union men.
Toronto plumbers claim that forty-three New
York ' acala " havo run In on them dnrlng their
Cowboys used to get $50 a month each snd board.
Now tao u a top figure, and the averago Is 125 a
month and board.
John J. Sullivan, of the Slate and Metal Hooters'
Union, was the Chairman of the Central Labor
Natural gaa-mtcra at Indianapolis are on a strike
for $3. 5 J a day. They were getting ft. BO, and their
acrvlcea are in great demand.
The Connecticut Bakers' unions are holding a
Convention at New Uaven. A reduction ot the
houra of work is the constant aim ot the Bakers'
National Union, and lta subordinate bodlei never
strike for higher wages except In extreme cases.
IUrOSSIULE TO I'AiSS TUEH.
Sbap Windows on Blxtli Aveone that Be
fleet n. KicU Field Within.
The long windows of Simpson, Crawford & Simp
son, at Sixth avenne and Nineteenth street, are
lust now brlmtnl of rich material artistically set
out. Within doorfl the visitor finds tho outward
promise more than kept In the abundant profusion
of everything which tho most exacting shopper
could poBslbly demand. Up in tho cloak depart
ment thero ure garments enough for an army. A
novelty Is the Irish peasant garment, made In
lady's cloth aud braided. Then thero Is the matc
lasae In brocade and mixed silt, both In dolmans
an., wrups, irlinmod with lynx aud bear. The
Persian wrap anil the ltuaalan circulars aro nt com
panion pieces. Tbtreate hand-embroluered plush
gariuenla In wrap shape, and amoarf tne makers
reurrsemed In these various creallous aro utiles,
Haudniu, Felix, JUgtnlis, Worth and I'lugcl,
and troni eaott uf them cumei complete co.tuuu-.
In Jjckhs ate Baiupli-a nrulded nil over with gilt
triuiniltig, loose Ironta nnd bell sleet es. They ure
very natty. Indeed. Flush Jackets made up of
Kuvllsh seal plush look warm euougn for a bliz
zard and feel lUht enouuh for a bird. For mime,
come reefers, double-breasted, seualble uarments,
In chinchilla elotli, and thou, too, Uretchcu coals,
braided aud qu.int, lor ml-ses from lour to twelve.
Down 111 tne silk department the dolts are busy
snowing and selling a very ultrucilvo line of silk
Irom Antoluo lluluet vt Cle. They are lu ten qual
liles, from Vi u-nU to Jl.W, auu are lull? -1U per
cent, lower than the usuul price. Tneru aro lain
cloth-effect suitings aud l'laln hroauclulh, while
the wool and wool and silk mixed goods ran In
plaids, stripes and onecta. 1 here are Paris em
broidered robes .ud wool Henriettas In profusion.
The novelllea utu in moire snd uroiade effects,
while the colors embrace all the nenvsha les. This
laspecully true ot tho velvets and piushes in ihu
colored grog-grain ttlkj.
Tne millinery department has a particularly
large aud varied slock, embracing tocquea with
unousHhmert effects. A epecl.il line of Imported
hats is to be aeeu in the more subdued walklug hat
aud 111 tbo largo lists with ostrioii effects. Tho
dress bonnets cover a long lino aud some of tnem
arc uf the richest possible description. In material
there ure f rather naudeaus ami laoes In colors to
match any poalblo cosiume which tho dressmaker
T here la a department of men's furnishings, and
lta greatest novelty Is the new iuff scarf which is
comtuir over irom Kngland In very rich material
anu colors. They are very nobby and those who
ouxut to know say they are deatlned tor a great
run of popularity. .'
A Pleasant Ce-lebratlan.
The frlonds of Mr. A. B. Meyer and Mr. D. Strauss
were tendered a reception on Saturday evening at
tho residence of Mr. and Mrs. L. Meyer, at New
ark, the occasion being the birthday celebration of
Anion those present were Mr. and Mrs. Daldwln
Schlcslnger, Mr. and Mrs. (1. C. Crsger. Miss Alary
blrauss.l. Schleslngcr, F. ltauch. It. bchlcsluger
aud Al Planer, uf tula city; M. Meyer, of Pat-r-sou,
Mr. and Mrs. it. Trier. Mr. aud Mrs. L.
Meyer, Mls,es C. Schwab, Helen and Henrietta
Strauss, Hose aud Laura Cohen, Ida and Frank
Newcity aud Minnie nose.
i nm 1
High School. Open To-Milit.
The evening high schools ot the city open to
night and tho Indications aro that the attendanco
will be larger than ever before.
'1 he schools aro situated at 1st West Thirtieth
street, 2S Norfolk street, and One Hundred and
Tweuty.mth street and Second avenue, tne last
named being a new school fouudo 1 to meet tne
requirements of tne people ot Harlem. '1 he studies
luclu e bookkeeping, architectural, mecnamosl
and tree-hand drtfwlug, matheruaticj, chemistry,
pnonugraphy, amtomy and physiology, foreign
languages and history.
Notes of Ibe Cnuipnlajn.
At a meeting ot the John J. Barry Campaign
Club, of the fblrd Assembly District, It was re
rolved to support David 11. Hill lor Governor, and
recoommend the nomination of Michael J, Qulg
ley for Alderman.
The Cleveland and Thurman Campaign Clnb of
the First Assemblr District his Indorsed the
nominees ot the Democratic party and recom
mended Peter Kelleher for Alderman for tne
First District, and John J. Cretan fur Assembly,
The Democratlo Club of Cranford, N. J., will
bave a grand ratiflcaUon meetlug and rally at
Cranford Hall, Cranford, at 8 o'clock thla evening.
Allan L. MuDermott, Win. M. Dougherty and
Kdward Jordan will addreaa tho meetlog. bdward
Beadle will preside.
Tne Clevelsnd and Thurman Iletall Dry-Goods
Association, which now haa over life hundred
members, will hold an Important meeting ibis
evening. Tbe members of the Wbolesalo Dry.
Uoods Aaaoctatton will assemble at the Hoffman
House and from thence march to the headquarters
of the Uelall Association, 811 sd avenue, where
business will begin at B o'clock, benalor Daly.
Aaslsunt Dletrlct.Attorney James Fiugerald and
other popular speaXeri will address tho nutting.
THE GREAT SOCIAL QDERTES.
"18 MARBIAOB A FAILURE?" AND "18
BACHELORHOOD A 8UCUESB ?
Wlvaa and llnabnnila, TJaelielan and fllaldens,
All Tube m. llnnd In tbo Notable Sympo
slnm Tarloua Views Advanced An Op
parlnnlty for n Female Dacbalor."
To ts rdltor of T tmina WorlJl
Though not n married man, I am ono of
tboso chaps who contcmphvto entering that
blissful slate somo day. I bavo scon enough
in tbo lifo and oxpcriouco of my friends to
justify tho opinion that marriago is not a
In ninoly-nino cases out of ono hundred, if
tho man chooses tho right woman, marriago
is a success. I am convinced that marriage
does more to refine and make a man bottor
in every way than anything elso on tho faco
of tbo globe.
Tbo thought that you bavo a good littlo
wifu home, ready to help and cuconrago you
nt all times, willing to plesso you in every
way, gives you spunk, grit aud ambition. A
man wants au incentive to work, and ho who
bas it in 11 lovely wifo and children is indeed
to bo cmied.
Let tho ones who think msrriago a fniluro
think bo. If it is balm to thoir wounded
hearts tbey nro welcome to tbo thought, but
I put myself on record as oue who sees in
marriago much to bo gained and nothing
lost. Sin Uzbueht.
There Nlionlil lie III ore Confidence.
lb IXo rdiUr of Tho r.ttnina MorlJt
Is marriago a failuro? No, lndeod, nor
nover can bo, bIuco marriago is a divino in
stitution, created aud ordained for tho w el
faro and happiness of tho human race. With,
out it wo should have no happy fireside, no
loving companion and no choorful homo
llltod with childish laughter.
It has doubtless proyed a bittor failuro to
many, especially to those who expected to
bnd in tbo matrimonial state, a second edi
tion of Eden, littlo dreaming of tbo cares,
duties and responsibilities that largely con
stitute its daily experiences.
Let tboro bo a thorough understanding of
each other, mutual lovo aud affection based
upon rcspoct and esteem, a desiro to mako
homo tho dearest and most delightful placo
in nil tho world.
Husbands should consult tbclr wives upon
business, as well ns social matters. Tbo two
aro practically in tbo same boat. Business
failures or successes affect both alike Why,
then, should tho husband treat tho wifo as
though sho wero nnablo to comprehend tbo
business complications of ovcry-day life?
How many times havo I beard tho remark :
"Had 1 taken my wife's advice, I would
bavo saved bo much."
Largely, married lifo is what wo make it ;
avoid many of its trials by continually study
ing each other's bapplnoss.oven in tho small
est thing, remembering that lifo is made up
of such. Acoosxa.
A Jolly Hnclielor'a Idea.
To rA Editor ofTht Sotnino World t
Your question of whether bachelorhood is
a success is, I think, answered by the many
successful bachelors wo seo at overy turn in
life. They are, as a class, jolly and good
naturcd, always havo a good -word for thoir
friends and, so far as the good things of lifo
are concerned, far outstrip their poor
brothers, tbo down-trodden married men.
Many of our grcatost men, both in tbo field
of scionco and literaturo, havo boon bachel
ors. Of conrso somo marriod men havo also
attained eminence in tho arts and letters, but
if you will take a glance at thoir homo livos
and seo how often tbey were uncongenial
and unsympathetic, and how the cares of
wifo and family detracted from their
cherished labors, you cannot help but
acknowledge married life with them was a
failure, whereas if tbey bad remained
bachelors thoy would havo been much hap
pier and attained a far greater success.
A Jolly Bacselob.
Ilacbelorhood n Grout Failure.
ToUitZdttorofTlio Evninq World;
Is bachelorhood a failuro ? I should smilo I
I enjoyed that poriod of blissful (?) probation
till thirty years of age, and I can only Bay if
I had ' ' paired " as woll somo years before, it
would doubtless havo been bettor for me in
Tho selfish habits of tho bachelor often be
comu chronic. After business ho repairs to
tbo club or pool tabic, finding no pleasuto in
home, if, indeed, bo has such. Theu, when
bo is getting beyond a "boy," bo entors
mnrriugo lor a change perhaps for tho mere
sake ot marrying.
1 bad mjsolf becomo bo inured to certain
follies thut 1 found it very difficult after mar
riage to briak away from them. I did so,
however, and now do all I cuu to pleaso my
wifu and mako her happy. Consequently,
' ' all goes merry as a marriago bell. "
A lIll'l'Y M HUHTCI) Mxh,
An Admirer of Manhood.
To tho editor ef Thm Hernial World;
I would liko to inquire of tbo writer of tho
articlo Bignod ' ' An Admiror of True Woman
hood" what is his ideal of a woman?
I am fairly good-looking, industrious, and,
I think, quite umiablo for tbo most ot tho
titno. Ibavoanico littlo home, all to my
Bolf. No man asks me to marry him, because
I am not handsome onough, not stylish
enough, to catch the fancy.
1 tbink tho most attractive and best men
aro moro cosily influenced by beautv and
btvlo than by any truo worth, to make a
hi mo happy nnd to mako the burdens of lifo
easiur for him.
I am not looking for an Adonis nor a
millionaire, nor evun un idual. A sensiblo,
decent man is good enough lor me.
An AiuuiiKit or Tijue Manhood.
A Chance for "Female llacbelor."
To thr Kditor of ! fttntng Worldt
In rogard to " Female Bachelor's " state
ment in The Ettenino 'Would of this duto, I
should say that sho is most docidedly cor-roct.
I am a bachelor of about thirty (not from
choico). and havo always been seeking tor a
mate who will be able to send mo ahond in
tho struggle that we all bavo to tontend in
to n greater or less oxtent tor a living.
Any "feinalo bachelor " desirous of doing
such a good turn for ' a bachelor " may ad
A Melnncholr llnrber's View.
To tt rdltor of Th4 Ztfing WorUll
Marriago is a failuro under tho present
stato of things. A man nowaduys has all ho
can do to keep clothes on his back and pay
bis way under tho present wages.
I iiui a barber, and m my trado tho majority
aro compolled to work with board. A mean
board wo do get sometimes, too, and to make
a decent living we must start a shop of our
own. Then we work for tbe landlords, aud
sometimes wait for the next 10 cents to como
in to buy a loaf of bread. A Bahseh.
Six Years of Married Success.
Tot4 XdUor of Tho Zoontno World!
I hove been married now almost six years,
and have not found as yet that marriage is a
I have o good, truo and loving wife, who
has borno mo threo bright cherubs, and it
yon could see our homo yon would say that
wo live in o haven of rest and contentment.
A man should be kind to her who bas the
burdon of tho house to carry and look after.
He should be home wben his business hoars
ore over and should brighten her by his pres
ence and happy woys-
TQ03B BTEREOPTICON LEQEND3.
A Word of Appreciation from nn Up-Coan
frsn (A, Tolland Trtniertvl.
The brightest, tbarpost and ptthlost things
said during this campaign aro the legends
blazoned daily on the screen of Tne Even
ino Wobld Etereoptlcon man. Thoy aro tho
cssonco of political wisdom and tbo extract
of political wit. Tub Evenino Wobld's
Rtcroopticon is by far tho most original
fcaturo iutfoduccd in journalism for years.
It enables that sparking newspaper to indeli
bly impress its renders with its cplgramatlo
sayings. They aro not all confined to poli
tics, but touch on all sorts of passiug events,
varying tbo logends by striking littlo car
toons from tlmo to titno. That our readers
may appreciate tho quality of this work, wo
reproduce hero in typo somo of tho sayings
that have flashed f6r n day on tbo scroen in
Tue Evening Wobld's columns s
One Monopoly the O. O. P. Does Not Posies,
viz. t A Monopoly of Votes.
(lor. Hill fared ti.o Half Holiday tor tbe People,
remaps tho Peoplo Will Have Anotuer Term for
(my is a (treat Prohibitionist of Political Gab.
WLoevcr Heard or fc Miller on Top ot a Hill ?
Now lei'a have mat Joint Debate on Truats be
tween llrer lllsino aud Ilrer Harrison.
Ten Mills Make One Cent, but tho Mills Dill Saves
There's No Scramble after Yellow Jack's Vote.
Trusts aro " Private Affairs" tor Publlo ltob
bery. Tub Evknino World's stcrcopttcon will Never
Protection Is n Noblo Word
When tor a Wife and Children Heard,
Hut when the Trust must be Protected,
Tho Wife and Children are Neglected 1
Keep au eye on Connecticut We'll take a little
(wooden) nutmeg In our.) on election night.
Tho Democrats are charged with " Cmslnz Haln
bows. " but It'a the ltcpubllcaus who at lor thu Pol
When Dlaino speaks In tho Polo Qronnda, of
course he'll have a Scorer to Koto the Krrors.
Many Hats are Wagered un this Election, bat
Grandpa's Chapeau still Looms Above them All.
Warner Miller " btanda by Cold Water." He
may open an lcc-IIouae In November.
A Hard Part to Act Well Monopolists In the role
of Worklngmen's Friends.
Harrison thinks he baa tho Quay to Success.
Hoi Uol Hal Hal
Of conrse, a Miller always believes in Water
As true as freedom hates a trust,
Prse aa tbe world turns nn lta axis,
la that strong battle cryi Unjust
Are all unnecessary taxcal
Warner MUlcr will no to Albany via Mr. Eeeley's
"To use that surplus up, buy bonds!"
QuothBen, "and the Tariff save !"
But the worklngman's bonds were long since
lie's the tariff baron's slave.
For Trusts Hands oil
For Labor Unions Handcuffs On I
The Major takes a rap at everybody. On mature
reflection he may not voto for himself.
Private Affairs Lurceny, Highway Itobbery and
KverTono but the Mayor Enthuses over the Pen
nant ITospects, Pat, then, he Docs not like
Blr Plus Is a Knlsht of republican Extraction.
An Allowable Ilandkerchlet Flirtation Waving
The Political Wires are all Underground and yet
tbey are dangerous.
one Popular Trust with Worklngmcn Trust In
An Export Duty on American Beauty Is what the
Country Iteally Needs.
A typo's view Before election T ? After elec
tion I I I
one Croker but no Croakers in Tammany flail.
With Defections Past and Prospective tho Connty
Democracy does look a littlo C. 1). (eedy).
Politicians are like tho new eloctrlo cars. They
are easily shocked!
City Politics is not so much a qnestlon of Halls
aa of Hauls.
Is Marnage a Failure? Well, It depends on
whether you are a Failure yourself.
The Ambitions Statesman'! prayer: "Save me
from tbe Mayor's Endorsement"
Lost A Political Keynote labelled J. G. B. No
reward for finder. Address G. o. p.
Sir Plus, Tariff Baron, Coal King, Ac, are all
related to Mr. Highway Itobbery.
The Victorious Giants are the real Q. o. P. of
the Polo Grounds.
FUN FOR AFTER DINNER.
A Natarnl Inference.
ISron Harptr'i Baar.
Stroke Oar (describing a recent college boat
race) We felt conddeut all the time that It only
our wind held out we'd come nut ahead.
Mlsa simplicity Oh, then it was a sailboat race.
And did the wind bold out:
Too Vulcnr Entlrclr.
From the Jloiton Courttr.1
Noodletop I haven't seen Puiny In your com
pany lately, Knnob; what's become of him?
Kanob Ah, wo-nw don't twain together now.
N. What la the matter? Have you quarrelled?
K. No. I aw was obliged to cut the fellah,
yon know; he was too doocia vulgab.
K. Yaas. I accompanied him to his tailor's,
where be waa to be measured for a path of twon
sera, and he asked to be measured for pawnts,
yaas, actually asked to be measured for pawnts.
All Tuntes United.
From the Cartoon,
Clerk Perambulators ? Yes, sir. We bave just
got In a new stock, satln-llned, sllk-trlmmed, silver-plated
iron-work, full-Jewelled handle, Ac,
only tw. Step this way, please. First child, 1
Customer No; seventh.
Clerk OhI John, show the gentleman those lat
est Improved flu baby ' ' coaches. "
Tim Drnsolsi'a I'llobt.
(iVom (A, Itoiton Courier,
The fauceta cease to rlzz.
And sad the druggist Is,
The falling off of trado his spirits damps, damps,
The trade Is over well,
lie roust go In and sell
An extra quantity of postage stamps, stamps,
Ifrom the Cartoon.
Phtlaaelphlan 1 ace it announced In Italy that
the tragedian lioasl hat retired from the state.
Mme. Pattl The poor dear old rnanl He should
have retired earlier. It would be an awful thing
lor him to die of old age before getting half through
A Dnnairoim Name.
'Trom the Chicago Mail,
There is trouble In the Ccsky Slavonikl Yypc
moncy Spolek Society of this city. Bomo member
has probably run against tbe name In tho dark and
Politics In Conrtahlp.
-. (A Doeton Conrier,
Young Charlie said to aweat M-llu
When he pis declaration endedt
1 now must try to atral a kiss.
And hope yon will not be offsnded."
What I steal a kual Just try It, dot
She answered with animation,
And if yon get It, I'll pursue
A pohey of retaliation V'
A SIT, amenra'far embs and eobW, ADAMtoys's
xlojj a ,S aWaAMe, '.'
FROM THE CITY'S WflIHL;iII
' ' ' til
DRIFT CAUGHT HERB AND TIIEBB Bt'B
"EVENING WORLD" BEPORTlEfl, I '
The Wooden Indian la Not Cnlntarestln 'i
ns He Looks. IV B:
Tho woodon Indian is ono of tho most ire. '1 1 H'
qucnt sights to bo rocn in tbo city, Ut can 4W
bo seen in nil quarters on tho river front or 1 IB
in tho swell neighborhood of Madison and t(H
Fifth nvenuos. Vory littlo is known by tho 1 Kf
averago being as to bow these Indians aro f
manufactured. Bomo peoplo think that thoy. K
nro mado by Italians, whilo others imaginoll
that thoy aro turned oat of any ordinary saw- ,
Tho manufacturo of theso figures in N'ewi?1J(
York is confined to tbrco establishments, ono .
of which is locatod ou Canal street, jnst oft $M
tho liowery, and when an Evenino Wonujl
young man callod ut that shop ho found thofH
proprietor busily engaged in putting the fln.fiBi
lSblUe tonnllPR In Rti " Inlnn . iiP
Business is just as brisk osover," Bald he.Ifl '
In fact, wo nover bavo a dull season. Thero J
is always a steady demand for our goods. If vl
anything, trade is on tho increase on acoount '
of tbo iucrcaso in tho number of cigar Btores. '
I'bo dcclinoof wngoi forces a good manyi
cigar-makers to lcavo their trado and go into j.
businoss for tbeinsalvos. That, you seo. 1.
makes it bettor for us. ' y
'1 Y.es'Tth?,ro nro novr ficea oil tbo timo,
but tbo Indian wot tho first Bettler nud ho is '.
likely to stay. Tho latest thing out is 0 base- '
boll player. Ho is in ireat demand just now, '
but will not last very loug, for tboro is some. '
thing now coming tip all tbo tlmo. Tho fig.
tires bring from $25 to IJCO each, according t
to size. Tbo ' dude ' that UBed to bo such a 1 i
familiar sight is now pan
" In making a liguro, wo first tako tho log
of wood which is of a soft variety, and fi 1 TM
usually worth nbout twenty-five or thirty ,
eonts a foot and cut it into shapo with 0 aH
broad-axo. This is callod ' roughing.' Then B
the faco is carved out with delicate instru. WM '
ments, tbeu tbo body work is finished with ! 1
chisel. After that tbo fignre is mounted on MM
its pedestal, nnd in ready for painting, wbion, '
however, is novor done until after tho figure vf! ,
has been sold. WA 1
;The figures aro not sold according to )
their sizo, but tho price is governed entirely JH'H
by tbo amount of work upon them. Tho E)
nearer a figuro is to nudity tho moro work ,(
thero is ou it. " Ur-S I
Metal figures cost nbout five times as much IbSI
as tboso that aro mado of wood, but are not I MtVvf
any moro dnrablo. If ono of them tumbles
over it breaks and tbo repairs coHt almost as flH
much as tbo wbolo thing originally cost. J W !
Tb6ro aro only five journeymen engaged in M i
this work in New York City. They work MM
eight and nine hours a day and receive $3.(30 VI 1
aud $1 for it. MM
Tho best workman cots tbe highest pay and '
works tho shortest hours. Tbe threo New '
York firms control tbo business in this city, MlW )
Brooklyn and tho NewJorsoy suburb. They IHB '
also send a largo number of figures West,
Sometbloc About the nry-Ooods Men WheVM ?
Are In Politics. HI I
Ono of tho lively guilds in town taking on HiJ
active interest in tho campaign is tho Dry- flBl
Goods Brothorhood, and ono of tho largest H;
olcctloueeriug bauners in tho city is that of MMl j
tbe ltepublican Dry-Goods Olub. Directly MMt J,
under it is tho headquarters of tbe Democratlo B.J
dry-goods men, at 383 Broadway. H )'
An Eveni.no World reporter strolled Into H
the latter's long, unfurnished room to see 1 A1
how things wero booming. It wus woll flllod, ,n,
and names wero being constantly -written in ill
tbo register for subscriptions. Large sheets Hrt 1
of priuted matter on tbe vital points of tho H'V
tariff stood on tbe tablo for free distribution. MMK '
" HoW are things going on ?" asked tbo re. jB' j
porter of a stout man with a mustacbo -who JH;
was liufitliiirr nhnnt. N 1
"i'rettywoll. We've got 4,1 names on HU
tbo book. Every Tuesday aud Friday we JBBM
bavo stump speeches boro and tbe boys coma EL'
in pretty thick. If wo paid ogents $20 a HU
week to go around the different wards can. Hf '
vassing, wo might get more, but we'll even Mmft
up pretty well as it is. We expect to get lHijj
eight or ten tlionsaud names. " Ha
"Are thero many money contributions?" JHl
' ' Woll, not so very many. Some men give IH '.
a dollar or a dollar and a bait; that's the jH. ;
common figuro. Then thero are others that H( '
subscribo a live, and some a ton, whioh ISjMMM I
about tho top notch. It will all bo nsod foiHi I
campaign expenses. Ob, we'll make a sbow,lH!i '
and do some good for Urovor and tho olaB (
lloman. MM 1
" We'vo been having our meetings in the JmrnyJ
oveuings up to now, but wo aro going to have H
them in tbo daytimo after this. It's easier MU 'j
for tbo downtown business men to get to B.
tbom then thnn it is at night. What's that, U
Mr. O'Brien "r"
Anil tho speaker moved off in secret con. H.,t
sultatiou with another political engine. MMt i
There was plenty of life in tbe movement, H J
as could bo seen from the attendanco and the H j
interest which was shown in tho proceedings. H, ,.
Will Central Park Heroine the Domain of MMJ
Ibe Wildcat V H I
To ono strolling through Central FarfeD'l
after tho "dewy shades of evon" havo temB1
pored the garish rays of day to a complexion H'i
which suits tho retiring naturo of tbe cat, it H'v
is a matter of surprise to see so many felines MM.
prowling about tbo roads and walks. TwU
Groy cats, black cats, whito cats, ana occa. mt II
sionolly a real bad, yellow cat, with a sawed-Sf JP J
off tail, stalk calmly along, rub their hideH' Si; .
against tho legs of the benches, or tho restinajB: jjj
podestrians. Took with watering mouths aW '
tbo plump, belnted sparrow, or eye vu4LffiP
latent awe tho lovely figures of the sparrotJHlH
"Where do oil these cats come from r Mmj
asked an Evknino Would wanderer of a !
ebuuky, slate-coated guardian of the spar- JME
rows. h 1
" Thoy stray inhere from tho neighboring 1
houses round tho Park," answered tho cop. Hkj
per. " Somo of 'em stay, somo of 'em go. MMl
Somo of 'om," he added, with tho worming WT
interest of a Butfon delivering an educa. f4 I
tional essay on tho felis domettica, " some of 1)
'em aro born in hero, and grow up wild MM) '!
like." ' a
"And ore you going to lot tho Pork gel MM lYj
swatming with wildcats?" queriod tho tMMf, I
porter, shiveringly. JW I
"They don't do any harm. They eat MHj i
sparrow", now and then, but people come pH ft
here with picnic victuals and tue cats gets the MM
leavings. Thoy don't bother anybody." A!
And tho intrepid protector of tho citizen H SI
at largo in the Park Bquirted a philosophiolr
stream of tno juico of Virginia weed onto ttf
the asphalt. , , I
Out of Sorts M'j
Is fMllDepcull' to persons ot dyspeptlo tsndeaaV MMj!
or It msr ba caosad or cbsnio ot ellinaU, smsod of 1U. UmM
Tbestomaoh Is oatcf ord.r, the b aebM or does vA MWMk
feel right, appstlta Is eapnoloas. ths nerres BMn orst HAj r
workad, tho mind Is oaniassd sndirntabls. Thl soo. JMW7L
dltton finds an xoallaol oorraotlia In Hood's Barssaa Wj
lUla, wblob, by lta rejuUtlaf snd toslns Vonn'"tMM j!
restorsa bannony to tba ijiUm. and alt Utatwur MJl
of mind. oarrM. and body whleh r 0 kaaonafs Hi
I bars tuwd Hood's BsrssparuU In tay f smlV SSH v
thra yasxs, and bars taks n It pnsensllr with CsBl
sneoMS. It bu always built up my ssum. by ilrlol aBl
I ood spptlU. bssolr my skin, sndbMr H
sImp. 1 ba, snffsrod from narrons pnstntlo asa Hft
bnbneardbynothui(but Uood'aSai parillaan shv
oos Uy a fsw ot Hood's Pills." O. V. J"n"r Mt
un, enpt. of Uasto of Pat a Seboola, Olnnlnnstl, (tH
K. Uasuntogat HH
Hood's Sarsaparllla JKB5
Bold by all dnvtUta. 1 sU tor S. Fnparad BH1
by 0, It HOOD UO., Apotbaeartas, Until, UuV4V jl
100 JDOHJ-I .ONBDOLIX. P1