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The Contest of the Peels, , :?fe- 2 A MINE OF WEALTHS ll
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Heartbroken Lepper IIughetFi fa natty Gives Up the Ghost, I How the Chances of a Night Were 1 Wrought. if Llttlewood's Stomaoh Cruelly Went Back on Him. I TUB SCORE AT 12.30 P. M. Mllet. Laps. ITlore.-. 180 O Cartwrlght 181 2 i Ilerty 1T8 0 -ittlewnd ITS O Day .. 178 1 Howar.h,.., 170 O' I Connor;,,., fM. .'..." IDT O r'vf ocatu.r.: ,t.,j 100 o Maun......... ...... 101 T , narf. ,ii... ...,. ...,... 101 1 - CanptBHi .... .... 153 4 , Moremne.M 140 S When tn tired men and boys wno reposed over night on the benches at Madison Square Garden were rnaely awakened by the iireepera In tbe chin grey ot tali morning they round only twenty peds uaK-M-- aV4t4tyBttY M7 BBBaflfl1 r Par sn iHb i HERTT ntrBRtES. In the procession winch circled the big arena la a dull but desperate fashion. K. C Moore, Jlmmle Albert's handsome and modestly retiring trlcnd, waa In the van, leading cartwrlght by Bve miles. Poor Littlewood bad gradually dropped behind fluting tbe night, until there were at dajbreak seven determined men between blm and the poit or honor. But he plodded on, chewing a wisp of straw, aa U hu ctutom, and trying bard to look cheerful. UK ttomach went on strike early tut evening, and Are ana a hall hoar, were lost in oonxlng and coddllnjf the rerrictory oriran, all ot the patience and akill ot that model trainer, Happy Jack Hmlth, belne brought Into requialtlon. While thu had been coins on the hated Cart, wrlght and the Philadelphia boy fonnd a donble teuon to renew their efforta. At 10 o'olock both Moore and Cartwrlght had pined LUtlewoed'a icore, 1V3 mllea, Moore doing it one lan ahead or Cartwrlght. WhenXlttiewood returned to tho track at 3.23 o'clock thl. morning, be declarrd that he wai in prime condition, bat be round a atretcn of lStf SUBBINO DOWK. mllea between blm and Moore, and dnrlnir the next bonr Howarth Joined the all ahead or dim. Cartwrlgm we particularly gleeful, and a ear- donlogrtn orerapread bia pinched feature a he eoutemDlattd the dUcomtlinre of hie rlrala, for Jlaion nad anffered with the "ahlrer." for eev. eral boura. obliging him to wear a top-coat, and holding hliaoora down. . At l o'clocK tbli morning, tbe end of the thirtieth I hour of tne race, llaaon bad dropped to tenth place, the colored boy Hart being between him and Littlewood. Moore had scored 1U mllet 7 laps at C o'clock. This waa 1IV mile, behind the record made by Chirlle Howell in 1B8H, and IX mllea behind the cere of Littlewood Uat May. . lint it was 4 miles better thin Albert's score Jtat February, and Albert made 81 mllea before rnd of the race, while Howell corered but 600 I miles in Um and littlewood only 811 milts In May. At this hoar Din Herty. the tali, ungaluly, , swarthy Boston boy, was third In the race and longing on as if more than half asleep. He bad i covered laltf miles, and was in as good shape as opuid be exreeted, while Moore showed many I eigne of falling strength. i Hushes lelt ao badly that the rules were modified o that all peda who covered 70 mllea In the first ,,rj;oy.tour boars might continue Id the race. ThlsaaTedfrnmihoaonp little Ilobbr Vint, who nw scored only WM milost Normsn Taylor, the .-VgJWfM'e ,11staoaI!t will beoMaonThanWlT. lur ...jUntimUDlroluik.7, duikaadiame. ' ' ii iitifi jTfyiiiii'iif i Sle-ealer of Vermont, 83 mllea; Huffman. 83 mile laloney, who had till Dan Dillon, the nery-headed wcit side black.mltli, who had 83 miles, and hoary headed old l'eich, who bad covered 7ftv miles at midnight. Last evening, It bfcomlncr evident that Jack Hujibea, nimea ' the Leppcr ' became of the pecu liarity of his gait, oonfil not cover the 1U0 mllet neccaaary to permit him to remain In the race, the oU man was nearly broken hearted. lie had tried manfully In a dozen races to carry Ireland'a colors to victory, bat owing to rhenmatlo joints had failed each year since 1841, when bo won the AXfce Oaietlt chsmptonihlp by 818 miles. Hut Cockney Tim curley and the freckled, rosy' cheeked Charlie Smith were dropped ont, dtspli their ocesn voyage and plucky start, and Herat, Kracmer, Nola. Hot Corn llrown. Deimond, Moloney and Hoffman were laid In the old. cod ground, alon with Parson Tilly, Van h,-, .Meyers, the wrst.ldo grocer; Katlerty'S un known, Lralg, Lewis and Gretna, In tbe parlance of the tanbark track, there wero sixteen ''slirrv and twenty-one men SHU claimed tho rlgnt to compcto for fame and for tune. PJsY BbB AyV vA mk i SSS iMffll Lb aV W K m m WOOLBNT UOVB OK. Tuesday, the second day. Is always the hardest on tho pedestrians, and tue men are In wont con dition to-day than they will be to-morrow, pro vided they stick to their work till to-morrow, ma soori at 7 A. jr. The 7 o'clock icore this morning stood thus: Moorr, 181 miles B laps; Cartwrlght, Its miles t lap.; ilerty, 102 mllet i laps; Connor, 144 miles 6 Day, 146 miles; Golden, 14 1 mile. 1 lap; Howarth, 147 mllea; Littlewood, 145 ml e 8 laps; Hart, 188 miles 1 lap; Mason, 189 mile. 3 laps; Campana, 123 mile. 1 lap; llegelman, 117 miles 8 lapa; Bison, 111 milts elspsj Naremto, 110 mllea (laps; Hmvllv. lis nines; W. Smith, 110 mllea; Vint. US miles 6 lapst Taylor, 102 miles 8 laps; Hocnej, toi miles 1 lap; Dillon, 97 mile': Moloney, err; Huffman, out; Peach, 83 miles; llrown, out; Des mond out; C Hmlth, out. AT BJUtAKFABT TIKI. Between 7 and 8 o'clock this morning the men breakfasted. It Is during these brief reals for re. freshment that the men discover the stiff joints, AHONO TOX FAkntS. , blister and other ailments which are not nouesd to long ss they keep In motion. During the breakfast boor the order of tbe ra'ers waa somewbat changed, and at a o'clock Little wood bad movod np two placea In the procession, and was running with considerable vim anj energy, though bis stomach wsa still a trifle sore. Howirtn, tne Philadelphia man, who waa entered in the race by Bobby Tint, aid wonders daring the night. He Was ninth in the raoe at midnight, bnt at 7 o'clock he had reached fourth place and was only Ore and one-half miles behind Dan Uerty. Ho had overtaken alason, Littlewood, UoMen, Day and Connor. Howarth i an Englishman, twenty-seven years of age. During the last race a yonngman bothered ihetiode.lriansa llitie by rnnniniT alongside the track with them. It waa Xluwarth, and as has a record as a runner. He claims to hare ran 60 milts In six boars, and Vint declared with a chuckle, before the race, that his unknown would aatoniab tbe natives. "Why," says Bobby, ' I've been keeping that fellow for five month.. Yon don't thluk I would do that nnleia there Was something In him, do jour I tell yon Howarth la a winner." At T o'clock Howarth retired tor rest, though be w8 In prime condition. Dirk hones are not common In slx-dsy races, for, as Dr. Flnmmer eats, 'It's a trade, anna man has to serve a long apprenticeship of whip ping before be comes to the, front as a nntmlaas workman ami wins." Jlmmle Albert took part In fifty content before he won flr.t place. Ho did Howell, IUiael and Hugties., Littlewood, Cartwrlght, u Ilerty. Hart Maton. Noremao and Golden have won placet In many races and nave Deen pets for years.; More bad been is two previous races, and Mason and Howarth, though they are weiutnown sprint ira.haie bad no experience In tlx-day work of this tort, A fellew in the andlenoe offered a gratuitous In sult, to Did Bport Campana In the early morning. IheBrldgiportcentenailan always prelers paylnf vnlne received, and he scrambled over tee picket fence, and, after a sjort Interview with the loafer, returned to the track, leaving him with a black eye and a sadly troubled pride. Till SOOBB AT 8 A. W. The score at 8 o'olock stood thus: Moore, iOO miles Olsps: Cartwrlght, 1B9; Uerty, 167.1; How arth, 149,1; Day, 15a 1: Littlewood, 16L4; Connor, 149.1; Golden, 149.8; Meson, 144.4 1 Hart, lts.lt Campana, ise.8 ; Elton, 190.1; Noremao, ICS.7; llegelman, lll.St flmyliy.llS; Vint. HM; W. bmlth. 112.6; Taylor, ioH.8: UUKhes, 101.1; Dillon, 7; Peach, BJ.8; Hurrman, 86. L Bcona at 9 O'CLOCt. At 9 o'clock, Jack nughrs, who had been tleep Ing unce & 10 o'clock this morning, awakened. He vu stiff andaore, bad covered only 101 miles and hid no hope ot winning even the smallest ahare of the prize money for covering 820 mllea. With a gioan and a grunt the Lepper was obliged to withdraw from the race The score tnen stood: Littlewood, 1(8.5; Moore, 171.8; Cartwrlght, 16X1; Hashes, 101.lt Herty, 1C9.2; Mason, 147.4; Hart. 143; Koremar, 180.8; Golden, 148.7; UegeU man, H7.3; Vint, 120.8; Howarth, 153.8; Dillon. 97: Dtr. 130.2; Connor, 182.: Campana, 141; Klson, 129.4; Bmyllv, 118; W. Bmlth, 115.7; Tsylor, 111.3; Inoh, 83.8; Huffman, 88. 1. HOOKS AND TUX BKOORD. AtO o'clock Moore, with t miles to bis oredlt, wsa BU miles ahead of Cartwrlght, though he waa 16v miles behind Howell'a record. . lie wsa oe.ny two miles better off than Albert at the same hour in bis wonderful race, and one lap behind Lttllewoodl score In the May race. 1KRTY TAKES 0XUOXD RUSE. Dan Herty steadily gatnd upon George Cart wrlght tor several hoars, and at M ibis morning, In the fourtn lap of lae lceih mile, he passed the Britisher and took second place. He had not, bow ever, succeeded In gaining upon Moore to any ap preciable extent. At midnight the Philadelphlsn bad led him by 11 milts, and at 9 o'clock this morning there was still 9 miles between them. Noore had had only one and a half boors' rest since midnight, andal.0 ho retired to Ms hut for a rubbing and retU a Uerty slept 1 honr; Meson, 3 hoars; Hart, , hours' In two naps; Csrlwrikbi, 1 hours, and Howarth, g boura. uxasxuAN paora out. Peter Uoselman, the watohmaker and sprint runner, succumbed to fitigoe, tender teet end a taint neart at 9. 80 o'clock. ,. k.. llo retired at 8 o'clook thU morning, having toored 117 miles, and when bo was aroused at 9.80 be announced his retirement irotn theraer, A V ABO AIM WITH TUB riK-CATKH, Old Norman Taylor ran with especial vigor to- NO THANKHfUVINO DINNER will ba eomDi.U without (Ibako Baa JDLia IlDUU oS! SbSSaSSS. Vu Jale at all Brst-cUM win. nwr chanta1 and gtocars', V jffiwMaiaoa day. lie la very nimble for a grsndtsthtr, and ruua more gracefully than most ot the men on the track. During the morning Parson Davits, the Chicago sport, made a novel birjslu with the pie-catlng Norman, by which agreement mo Parson Is to pay Taylor II for Monday, 89 for Tuesday, 14 for Wednesday, and doubling the money for eaoh day that Taylor remains on the track. Taylor is to rcoelre 133 lor baturday only on con dition that he covers 4&o milts. At 10 o'clock Tay lor had scored lis miles a laps, but he la confident he will win Parson Davles'a money. In February Aloert covered ISO miles In the first twenty-four boors. Moore scored 138 miles and 1 lap at midnight last night, and Dan Ilerty hid cor. ereo 123 mllea at that hour, While Cartwnght ran even with Moore in the van. Darlnir Ibe met ten hoars of Tueadav, In hla rsc, Aibsrt travelled 45tf mllet. Moore travelled l miles, Uerty, 44y. aud Ciriwrtght4t,Vn'tta. THli 11 O'Ct OCX SCORE, The full scoro at 11 a, m. : Moore, 181.4; Cart, writ-tit, 172,8; llerlr, 111; Littlewood. 1A; Day, icat; Uanarin, 162.1: Connor, 15". e; Uoiil-n.lM.B; Mason, 1:5.5; Uart, 15J.3: Campana, 147.7; Nor emao, 131,4; isonis;.e; Vint, 1S1; nmylly, 1(4.8; W. Bmlth, J2i; Taylor, i.v; Dillon, 97; reach, 94) Uuomau, off. loo lUcorrt Howell, 18-, 199.1; Albert. Fobru ary, 16S3, 174.3; Littlewood, May, 1888, ,175. 7. MOORE CON FIDS NT. ,0. U. Cropper, ot Pnlladclphlo, wired to Moore at 10.00 this morning asking him how he felt and If be wanted any help. To this Mooro replied! " I am In good shape. I am 9 miles ahead at 11 o'clocs, aud am oontluentof (Making thorecorJ." frank Hart waa suffering from his ntnil com- Slalnt during tne morning. Home of his colored dmlrera calitd on blm. Bcveral doses ot bug Juioewcre taken, aou the Uaytian youth waa wabbly in the legs, and his eyes rolled In a flno frenzy for some noun. CHAUriON ALBERT'S OrlNION. Jtmmle Albert waa an Interested watcher of the peua at noon and In reply to an Evknino World reporter's questions he said 1 "I think Ooorge Llttlewood's chances aro the best of any of tne walkers now. He bas bad his Stomach trouble, It recovered, and Is now not at all liable to be sick In the same way again, while otntrs may be troubled at any moment. You re member 1 hid a bad stomach during Monday and a part of Tuesday in my race. Littlewood Is faaier, stays longer and is a birder worker than either ot the others. "Hetty's chances, I think, are aecond only to Llttlewood's. Mason Is a new man, you know. So Is Howarth. Cartwrlght I didn't expeut to stay as long as he baa. Ho will kick onU" Aloert did not express great confidence In Moore. Bald be! "Moore was way up In my rftcs up to lueaday noon, bat he fell awa and was 90 miles behind ma at the finish. Us bu broken down In a num ber of races.' At Turaday noon In the February race Mooro nid scored i8lj miles aboat 21 miles sbott of bis scot at noon 10-day. ink fcCORS AT HOOK. . Moore. 189 miles 4 laps; Cartwrlght, 177.1; lisrty, 176,7; Littlewood, 169.8; Day, 17L6; Ho watln, 167.8; Connor, lu.8; Golden, 168.2; Mason, 15912; Hart, 158.4; Campana, 161; Noremao, 143,6; Eison, 141; Vint, 182.4; Mnyily, 1W.U; W. Bmlth, 123; lojior, 121.4; Dillon, V9.5; Pcaui, VS. ibe record; Howell, 04.41 Albert, 1818: Uttle wood, 179.2, COLORED MEN WliATflFUL They Look Upon John While's Ejection from Iba Aatar Uonae a a llaee t)atrnr. The ejection from the Astor Itoate rotunda and subsequent arrest and looking up of John White has caused much escitcmont and consldsra bio indignation among 'colored people In jthji city, who 190k npon the case as one ot Insult and injustice to their race tula not wiihataaalugJtne.iaci tnat Justice O'Uclily ad judxed Wbuj guilty of belug drank and disorderly and uned mm 910 on ibosa charges. Proliant. nt uilaren people Interviewed on the oat by Evxninu World reporters spoke aa follows! Julian Webster. Student at tue Bellevue Medical College My opinion ta that tue attair is au out rage, and tuat this thing of heaping insult on a msn beoausa ot his color aooulif at one be atopted. a colored man la enttiled to the same protection as U nia whits brotuer, ana tuts quae, tion 01 ria.hu has been deo.ued by (be ojurti. B. D. wuttehuist, proprietor 01 tue Clarendon Hotel and a prominent Odd Fellow It wsa an outrage from beginning to en j. No man should berelastd aLcomiuadatton beianae of bu color. We have riubu, and it U about time tuat our people abonld begin to asaert them. 'Abe remedy Lea with the couiu. . M. Stewart, ot 111 West Twenty-seventh street I doat know bow to expmi myself strong enouyu in condemnation of tat oulrage. U. M, uili, proprietor of tue Buuiner Uonae. In Weal 'xbiriy-aeveutn street, and piomlncnt mem ber ot tne xoung Meu's SouthernBenendai Leagno It waa a peraonai Insult 10 overy memoer ol our race, and taey suonid rise as on nun in oundemu ing it. Tbe Ounsiltatlon gives us rlghu and we are denied them by Individuals. Caaaell Wllaon. of 146 West Thirty-seventh street Why didn't they treat them aa gentlemen abould bo treated, any way. My advice 10 tee uut r.ged gentleman would be 10 make the proprietor of the total pay tor tbe outrage. T. MoOania atewart, Lawyer, 68 Oedirnreet It la a shame thai such talngs ocour in this demo cratic age. Although 1 am a total absta ner 1 have uevu loiuacu iviiMuw.uk m puuiig puces, 'lite next Leglslatnre should piss a bill removing the color line entirely. Alfred Harrison, printer It Is an outrage. is. T. Lee, custom House porter colored people havo no right to uo subjeeted to such treatment. BTAEVED INTO BUIC1DE. tiserge htreug Dot Ills Threat After a Btruggle with Poverty. George Strong cut bis ttroit with a razor In his room, at the Albion Hotel, 54 Now Clumbers street, and died at 4 o'clock this morning in Cham bers btrett Hospital. btrong, who U forty-aeren yean old and bas a wife and two cbildrtn living la Liverpool, came to thu country several yean ago, aud 111 been out ot work three months. 'ibe following note waa found In Strong's roomi Dxab Ton AXD Cbablxti Ood bleu you bath. I am Ur?U( from hunj.r. 1 hop tba Lord wul furaif ma lor tbis. Mr. Cunningham naa been tba co of all this, but 1 tuts it. nun. uaonoi Braono. Mr. Cunningham bad eromiied the man wotk. The Tom and Charley referred to are Thomas Tnompton and Charley Holland, frienda of btrong, who are employed In tne Home Keataur.nt on the Bowery, where ntroug waa once, a waiter. During aeveral ween beiore his death Strong stayed In bis room a great deal and mourned bia lot. He had no money to buy food and could not find work. The Klllen-SleCaffrey Fight. The JRutfraltd A'etM has received a letter from Pat ICUIen In which tho pugilist stales that be bas made up hla mind to fight McCaffrey either for all the gsti receipts or for i2,CO0 a side. Thislnoon sequence ot the newapsper talk over the match. DowIIdb la Mayor TsDay. Mayor Hewitt was not at his offlce to-day, and Vice-President Bowling, ot the uosrd of Alder men, became Aotlng Mayor. Uu first oOlctal act In that capacity w.a to approve of the bonds fur nished by D. Mwber Bmlth. m m Abandeaed In the dale. Johanna Doyle, of 1418 Fourth avenne, found a femaio Infant about one day old In the areaway at 6 o'clook this morning. The baby was taken to Matron Webb at Police Headquarter. Groceries floral Up. Ellen Fallon's grocery store on the Ant floor of 222 First avenue waa damaged by fire this morning to the extent of two. The Wenther T-Dny. Indicated by Diakely's ule-thermometeri 1888. 18S. 1E88. 168'. S1 V. ) 67 9A.K 41 M 3a. M. "i.""" ! M ll !....,.,. 8 C9 ATtVaiitoa arttwaaty-leornoori, MoM dWrM. ATarase omspeiiauia' Usulaat vaar, 68 -Vda-sreas. On Thanksgiving- Day no dinner or party will b aoiople.t without Bnnr ROTAb ' b0"4hs 1 eauulaiu dry tad ebanpacne. V Jt-aitot'-..j.L - . iirfasaillillij1lil .aAcljl HEIR TO ,TW0 MILLIONS. e A TRUE 8T0RX THAT RAB TOG ELIUENTS OF A FAIRY TALE. A fllreet flamln Taken fVotn Ills Farcats Deennsn They Were Cruel to Him lie came the Adopted Won of a Millionaire BlbrlJgo T. Oerry, the Fairy Godmother, In Ik Htorv Mneh rltranger Than Fletlon A pnraarnph printotl this mornlnp; illus triUes iu tho slroURCst way tho old urtw tlmt "truth 1 atranirer tbau fiction. ' It Is ns Mondorul as Sluucbmnon's yams, ns fftacinnlina ns Ciudorolla, the fairy and tho Prince, and tho actual realization of a with that bas probably rlsou lu tboasands of licartB ns n wild deelro morally impossible. Brief, tho story ruua that ono oat of the myriads of dirty llttlo "kids" who swarm in downtown toaemeut-houseg hnd been transplantod into luxnry, lovn, comfort, and to.dny n licnllhy, well-bred boy of tlfteoli years la hoir to two millions. Front Uhctry ntrcet to Fifth avenue, from ignornnoo to training, from an nbym of filthv Iiovorty to nu nssurcd mllllonnlro. from latrod to crnolty to lovo and cousldorution. Isn't that ti fairy talo 'f Yea, but it la n hard, rtctttnl, frozen fAct. rut an UvriuKo WonLn roporter leornod this morning from tho fnlry eodmotber in tba cao, Elbriilffo X. Qorry, rronident of tbe Hoclcty for tho Provontion ot Cruelty to Ohlldron. " I hftvo coino to oak about tho two-vnilllon-dollar waif, Mr. Gerry," tlio reporter raid. "Thoro isn't luuoti to bo said." ansnerod tbo diBtincuishod protoctor. "Ho was a little bor tram tho slnms. Ills parents mil troatod him and wo interfered nnct took him away from their brutal crnolty whou ho was three years old. ' ' A wealthy gentleman who was childless becamo intoroatod in tho child and adopted him. He will inherit his fhtber's wealth, wliioh is about two millions." " He has boon educated thoroughly in a manner fitting tbo posltionwhioh ho is destined to fill in socloty. Ho has been treated pre 0 soly as if ho woro tbo gentleman's own flesh and blood. Ha has developed a fine disposi tion and is now a bdy fifteen years old. 800 rotary, chow tho gentleman n picture of the boy." Tho Socrctary turned tho frames, forming what nifty bo called a Suppressed Rogues' Gallery for tho llttlo gamins, hnd they not been rosoued by Mr. Qorry's charity, would surely In most casos havo figured in tho criminal class aud pointed to tbo portrait of n child six or seven voars old. Large bright eyos, a round opon face, tho nose a bit turnod up and a turn to tho corners of the mouth which shows that tba alchemy of edncation and environment has trans uintod'aannlnf into drollery. His hair was neatly banged and he woro a neat anit of Knickerbockers. Tho child had quite a rescmblanco to Josof Hofmnn in the char acter of his faoe. , " Ho has gotten everything good except to make a brilliant marriage. 1 don't think he will find it difficult to get n girl to marry," added Mr. Oerryj with dry hnruor. , , ' Neither. will anybody think that the glided jrouth will fail iu bis matrimonial offqjta. "One day tho quondam little raganuain, "whoso daily faro was blows, hunger and cursos, and who counted for almost An much an a moto in the sunshine, will lead a blue, blooded belle (town the-aisle of Grace Ohurch and endow her with nn adopted name. It is enough to make the poor respectable, well-cared-for children in the, humbler, bnt not Fordid walks of life howl with angnish at tho vagaries of fate. e Uen. Cluaerat'a Election Qnestlaned. lav cablx to ntx rnxtt ytwi atsoou-nox.l Paris, Nov. 27. The qntstion of the ell.lbllity ot Gen. Clusrreti the Communist cnlef, who wu elected to the Cbambre ot Deputies from the De partment of the Var, hat been railed. It u charged that having served in the aimlea of the United States he Is disqualified for the Legislature In France. Denth ol the President of Htrllzerlnnd. BT CAULS TO TUX j-ntis KXWS isSOCIAlION.I Genoa, Nor. (7. W. F. Herttntteln, President of tbe Swiss Confederation, dlod at 3 o'clock this rooming. Hit leg wu amputated on Satnrday on acconnt of dlseue of the veina. It wai hoped bis life would te saved, bnt he died from Ibe effects of tbe operation. Will Mr. Phelps tie Withdrawn T ItrXCIAL OIBLX TO TOT IYEXUQ WORLD.) London, Nov. 87. The Daffy Arte regreu Lord Ballsonry's declilon to delay tbe appointment of a successor to Lord Ssckvllle. This course. It thinks, may provoke President Cleveland to with draw Minister Phelps. John Ilrlsht Is Detler Ta-Day. IDT CAM4F TO TBI PBISS MZWS ASSOC! HIOM.t London, Nov. 27. Mr. Bright, who was very low yesterday, gr6w essler dnrlng tbe night. The bulletin thu morning reporu that he & alight) r Letter, The Collier' Pitrlka In Belglnm. UT CADL1 TO THE PSS SIWS AlaOCIATIOir, Brdbsils, Nov. 87. Tbe nnmoer of coal miners en strike la 2, 000. There du been no disturbance. Hnpt. Kelao' Death. Jtmei J. Kelso, superintendent of Uirkets, Collector of City lteveoue and ex-Snptrlntendent ot Police, died yesterday at bis home, 110 East Fifty-fifth street, not having regained conscious ness alnce he was stricken with spoplexy at tne dinner-table on Bnnlay. Mr. Kelso waa a promi nent county Dtmocrat and a memoer ofthe New Amsterdam Club. Ha was in his Dfty-nrst year. Tho tnneral will take place on Friday. Bupt. Murray this morning Issued a general order to nave the rlaira on station-houses an'i also at Police Hcadqnarten raised at tialf-maat In honor of tbe ex-buperlntenilent. A meeting of ollce captsins and inspectors will be held to make 'arrangemenu for attending ttio,funeraL Back In Time for Thankaslrlng. In order to celebrate their discharge from tbe Workhooie yesterday Michael Sullivan and his wlte, Mary, got drunk last nlglitlon the Bowery and began to tight. At Eaiex Market Court lo-dy they were sent back to tbe Workhouse for three months. New York markets. WniAT. The market opened weak. May wis nuoteJMr. off at 8L uw, During the earlier part of tne morning the quotation fluotuatod between theopeulng quotation and IL0V. bbortly before noon, however, tne market became flrmer,and the quotation advanced to It. 0U,'.'. The market waa active. Dec opened at ILuO'; Jan., H.Ol; Feb., 1.04H. Chicago atroog; Liverpool dull. Cotton. The market opened barely Heady at S polnu advance. Nov.. 9.M); Dec9.M Jan., 9 M; Feb., 9.78i Marcn, tt.88; April, t.MrMay, laCH; June, 10.18; July, 10.2S; Aug., lati Liverpool steadr. Corrxs. The market opened steady at 10 to 15 polota decline. Nov.. 14.13; Dec., 14.20; Jan. and Feb., 14.25: March, 14.S5: April, 14.40; May June, 14.45; July, Aug. and Sept., 14.50. Ham burg firm. Havre irregular. Pxtrolsov. Ibe mirket opened weak at Wc decline, at Wo. and declined to Wo, Shortly before noon the quotation wu 83,'c. Market dolL 11 a. A Ileantiruinead aadbrlihtandsrarkllsgaa champatDt IsOaikXWAT'a laou Pali ALE. An ucallant appatlaer. Try It. V ' 'i 'vMtfX iA-9W THESTORMTERROR. It Still Hangs Over tbo Boa and the Coast. 1 Groat Ocoan Stoamors Dolayod by the High Wind. Kxtenslvo tiamnge to Property In All Directions. Tho great storm is still central off this ooast, and Weather Clerk Dunn says it may bo a day before tho last of it disappears. Moanwhilo, it is blowing steadily out tosoa. retarding tho progross of Int-oming vessels and causing intenso anxiety to hundreds in this city who are awaiting the arrival of friend) on any ono of a half dozen steamships now from one to three days ovorduo. Tho luost notoworthy stonmors now behind tinio nro tho Auohoiin, from Glasgow; Franco, from London; Polynesia, from Ham burg; Gallia, from Liverpool; the Arizona, tho Edam, from Amstordnm, and theAuranla. At tbo offices of the companlos to which these vessels bolong the clerks in charge told tin EVenino Would roporter this morn ing that thoy folt no anxiety as to tho safotv of tho shins, foaling sure that -they wore only detained bv tho high winds. Yesterday it blew a hurricano at boo. Horgt. Dunn has compiled an interesting tablo showing tbo amount of pressure brought to beur br tho wind during the last few Uays. For instaneq. tho average velocity yestsrdny t twonty-nve mllea an boar In this city. This was a force of 3.13 pounds por square foot against any surface. At 11 lock Island it blow eighty-four miles an hour, bringing a forco of 35.28 pounds por square foot against anything opposed to to it. .No, living thine could go ngalnst srlch wind, and it blow oton harder out at soa, so that it is possiblo that many steamers were blown back out of their course The grout cat velocity ot the wind in this city yesterday was 38 miles per hour, and every man, woman and child who wus out in that wind had to mako headway ngaluBt 7 22-100 pounds of Solid pressuro to tho squaro foot. Castle Garden was deserted, excopt by tho regular employees, this -morning. Not an emigrant had been landed thoro since Bun. day, and the clerks begin to Iear that the Steamers will arrive all at on 00 to-morrow and keep them from their Thanksgiving dinners, fiupt. Jackson save he does not re member such a number ot steamers to bavo beou overdue at onco before. Absolutoly.no news is to bo had at tho ship news office at tho Bitttery. The tele- froph .-wires from Fire Island and Hnndy look are down, end the only Bonrco of infor mation left to those In charge of tbe ship nawB offloo tire tho captains of tne ferryboats plying between the Battery and Ht. George, The new 'they bring is very meagre. All along tho'SUien Island shore, they say, ship. Blng cratt of all kinds is laid np, waiting tor le last vestige of tho storm to disappear. Telegraph 'and telephone wires ore down all over tbo island, and it may be days be fore they con bo renrt'rod. Superintendent William 0. Hnmstond, of 0 Western LJnion telegraph wire system, id this morning 1 "We aro still taking giessages, subjoct to delay. North, East, otith and West How soon we will have our wired repaired I cannot say, We have a big force of men at work all over the Eastern Country fepbiring damages, and we are in a very fair condition to do uuhIugss now." ' The' general damage will not bo as heavy ha that caused by the bliuard, althou 'h our damage in the Jeraoy Meadows caused by tho proseut storm will be Jnst as groat." The first steamer to arrive hero sinco Bun day wa sighted from tho dock at Casllo Gar den about 0 o'clock this morning. She is n three-masted vessel, supposed to bo the Oceau from Amsterdam, in ballast, bonnd for Bayonne. N.J. 8heis n trimp vessel, and carries oil from this port to Germany. No one of many coast steamers that have been duo for several days had arrived this tnnralnt, nltltrnifrli alinn Af tiiArtl rim at. pocted this afternoon. The total damago caused by tho great storm cannot yet be oompntated. It was felt nil along tbo Eu'ern coast and prorcd specially severe in tbts vioinity. About seven hundred and fifty feet of the esplanade which ran along tbo front of tho Manhattan Beach Company's property was washed out to sea. 'Hie west end Marine ltailroad depot was also carried away bodily, and was last seen through the mist ami mm floating on top of a mammoth breaker far out to sea. A part ot the Brighton Pavillou was carried nwnv. At Far Bockawoy CatTrey'g Pavilion, Craig's and Westlake's bathing-houses were washed away. Many of the North Hirer and Bound boats did pot leave their piers yesterday. Several that did were obliged to put in for shelter at various placoa along their route. At the oflloe of tbe Delaware and Itarltan Towing Company, at the foot of East Broad street, tho total amount of daiuaga caused by tho wreck of tho great tow ot coal barges ou Hunday morning is now nlaced ot $42,000. Twenty barges and coal cliunkers were wrecked, bnt as far as known no lives wero lost. In Jersey the storm raged wiith peculiar violence, and tho oldest residents docl-ire that thov never exper'enced such a furious gale at this season of the year. Houses woro swept away and guttod in tho seaport tonus, aud othur soere damage done. Many of tho streets iu towns along tho sea shore were completely submerged. At Long Branch n great deal of damngo was done north of John Daly's club-house. A fisherman's hut, n big ice-houso, a pavilion and any number of bathing.houses nero car ried out to soa. From Boston comes the report of storm and wreck inland and at set. Twenty-four sailors nro known to bare been drowned. Tho floating coal elevator at the foot of Grund street, ou the East Hirer, was com pletely wrecked by tho high wind this morn ing. At 4 o'clock Officer John GUroy, of tho Delaucey street station, heard a crath just south of tho ferry-houso aid rushed to tho scene, to find on the dock u debris of timber, coal, pulley a aud other materials Hcatttrou all around wbore tbo elevator had beou. 'iho elevator was built on uu old canal, boat, Tbe boat had no dock, hut with the aid of a lot of rock ballaat and two logs sns pondodfrom tbo top it was kept in place. A Family tlatberlna, Many a family hae gaib.nd at lb etiMrfn! home flr.. Ida during tba past weak to dUeuM and adtnlra on. of lb. wU4 ncapraMDI atam-wlndiac oloml cul waufieetwlm thiln) of th. ni.t Improved B.k.. that v. are now r -ullut to f.ry oa. who punho,. our uiMrlorOLfrruisua-d II AT. fc.Mn.n. joutlu rod ehll di.ntoibeamonutof 81? "rover Ibe Ulothino. Lot tnt be.t quality, as lb lowett prlo. to b fuiied in tb city. Haokxtt, Uajihabt A Lo nortbeatt soriwr 1 Caaal at. and Broadway. V .'ftYj '1 kS , 1' ,lii , lit ii ' r-wfamiiL .wi jJiLLitLb mi!kifrtS The irrcstnro of tho elevator on the gide of the boat, togelncr with tho high wind, caused it to fall, curyliig with it tiirco pockets of nut and Moro roilweighing twonty-flve tons. 'I he Grand Htreot Coal Company estimates ita loss at 3,000. Bcrgt. Dunn feels nggrloved becauso somo of tho paper say that tho Weather Bnrenn gare no warning of tbe storm. Ho showed nn Evknino Wonxu reporter whore, on his weather chart, he had predicted Jnst such a severe storm as wo bare bad on tbe 17th of Norember. Then it was fooling nround nbont the coast of t lorida. Bergt. Dunn told tho people then that wo would hare it herein all its fury some time on Sunday, and sttlsequent events proved bis prophecy a correct ono. LATun. Tho Arirona, Gallia and Poly nesia havo arrived wiloly in port. HOWLS FOll omiEN'B SCALP. U. O. P. hirnllow-Talls Clamor for Dis cipline In the Eighth. John J. O'Brien, John E. Brodsky find Barney Ilourko hnro fulfilled their mission. Thov haTo carriod the Eighth Assembly DMriot for tho Ilcpublloan National tloket, und now thoy must bo read out of the party. Thoy woro good enough so long as thoy and their lulluonco could bu used to advanco tho interests of Hopublicnu candidates, but now that the election is over, como Gornollus N. BlirH, Walter liowo, Col. Georga Bliss, Elihu ltoot, H. K. Thurbor and John F. Plammer ulih complnlnts that tho leaders of tho Eighth aro not fit to assooiate with the gentlomon who soek to control tho dostinies of tho local Ilepubllcan machino. Their reason for this attack on O'Brien and his friends is found in tho faot that Harrison aud Morton and Chnrloy Smith wore about tho only Iteptiblioan cantlidctos who received a majority lu the Eighth District. II. K. Thurbor's candidate for Congress, Julius Schwartz, was slaughtered nftor pay ing 11 big nnsoimont. Tim Campbell, the County Dotiiocraoy candidate, claims that bo was badly need after paying n bigger assess ment and the voles went to Judge McCarthy, the Taminnuy Hall caudldato, who is ullegea to hnre glvon tho biggest dot. Coronor John It. Nugdntwas ono of tho Jtepublicau candidates who was scientifically slaughtered in tho Eighth, and bo cries as loudly as tho dress-coated members of tbe Ilepubliran Club for tbo purification of the party by tho summary disposal of John J. O'Brien. It Isallogod that altogether O'Brlon and bis HoutcnantB recolrcd $30,000 from different organization and candidates, and that the rote of tho district was then thrown as O'Brien directed without rogard to who throw tho money. The difficulty nbont tho excommunication ot O'Brien is that ho is abont as far out ot tho party as ho con bo. The samo hue and cry against him was raisod by tho " purists " or the disappointed ot tho party a year ago. and ho got out of tho County Committee. Ex Assemblyman Jobn E. Brodsky took his place. Ho belongs to no Itepubilcan organization out of wbloh be can bo kinked, excopt the John J. O'Brien and tho Barney llourke Association of the Eighth Assembly District, aud it is doubtful if the gentlemen who havo raised the storm ot indignation against blm will bo able to get tho. members of those organizations to suspend Johnny front membership, A reorganization of the Ilepubllcan tarty in tho Eighth District is spoken of as a powi. bility by somo of these gentlemen politicians. Uorpner Nugent says nothing abont such a possibility. He knows the district. He sim ply says it would bo better for the party to accont tho fow honest votes which might be cast for it in the distriot thau to maintain the disgraceful O'Brlon, tnuohlhe. Cho ro form en, ho knows, will find that If they propose to reorganlzo tho Eighth, they will have to throw in morn money eaoh eleo tion than Johnny O'Brien is permitted to handle. KNIGhTS FINISH AT INDIANAFOLI& The Next floneral Ateembly Will lie Held at Atlanta, (in, - rtrxcraL to inx ammo would. I IxniANAroLis, Ind., Nov. g7. The proceedings ofthe General Assembly of tbe Knights of Labor will terminate at noon to-diy. The committee on Ktsolntloni will occupy about one hour In submitting a final report this morning. Tnen Iteprctintatlve Skemngton, ot the Shoe makers' National District, will be gantly censured ' for Insubordination. Tho principal business, however, will be the se lection of a place for hotdloa the next Ueneral Assembly, and In all probability Atlanta, Oa., will te selected. ; - Rurgeon Wlmon Dead. Surgeon Elmon, ot tho United Stitei cruiser Bos ton, one of tho yellow-fever victims on that ressel, died last night. Old llHtrh'" Prrentrlelllea. fVom lit OMco0o J.er.f. I am told by a gray-haired Board of Trade man, who has known "Old Hutoh" for orer ton years, that tho famous old manipn lator of the whoat market is growing moro acrid and surly with increasing rears, and that there is a touch of real melancholy in it ; and that, despite the fact that bo can Kut his hands on more ready money at an our'a notice than any mau in Chicago, Old Hutch is not, as tho world reckons it,a happy man. But thoro is, my informant avers, nuotbor side to the old man's nature, which is known only to a fow old cronies. Oo. caaiouolly tho wheat king gets a half dozen of these old.tlmor togelhor, quite, by acci dent. In somo of the resorts near Ibe Board ot Trailo. wbcre they can bo oxclustre, ond then the old man relaxes and Ib no moro the Old Hutch of tbe wheat pit thsp ho is. Ad miral Dot, tho midget. He grows young again, nud as the party warms up, wholly at the old man's expense, bo tiuotes poetry by the column. Whittier is his farorito, and the grand old bachelor's fine fanclos trip from Old Hutoh's tongue like tnusio from a luto. Ttieu they aing songs of Old Hutoh's llkiug. such as " Suwauee Hirer," "Tho Old Kentucky Homo," and others of that clinrac. ter ; and tho evening ngi s and passes nwny and morning turns the corner of tbe night w liilo the gray.headed aud wr.nklcd-faced old-timers lauh nnd bing, aud become as prnuky an college boys. And tiie noxt day Old Hutch goes upon tho floor with n rabid desire to step on somo one and proceeds to gho the .market sueh a twist oh makes thoso who monkey wltb it writhe with pain. Kquul to Ibe Emergency. I Vow It. rfruo rrlt.K'. "Mr. Plunkott, " hurriedly cxclaimod tho foreman, " I've got to go to press In ton min utcu. and we've lost that out of Lovl P. Mor ton. It won't do to publish Harrison's por. trait alone. What am I going to do 7" Tbo Arkansas editor reflected a moment. " Mntchetl," he said calmly, "hare you a gam Tllden cut of 1831 in tho office yet?" "Yes, sir." " Put a few more r. rlnklos abont the eyes, turn the corners of the mouth down a trifle, and run it in," mud tho editor. "Ibaien'ta subbcriber that'll know the difference." Why Holler with Piles when one bottle of Alexander's Pile Ointment will cure yon or will con yon nothing. V ' I I tTwJSi MISS WILSON'S, WEDDEJG. , -W MAHMID TO-DAY TO MR. HERBERT, OF ' fm TUB BRITISH LEGATION. ' 'l M A Brilliant Ceremony at Br, BarthelerasWs 'iSl Church, Followed by a Wedding Break. S? fast at the Home of the Drld' Parent - iJJM -The Lose fa Bhaved black raddle the! , 'JW Oaly Hkndow NenV, the Happy Event. , J Another wedding of one of Amorlca's fair t1j1 daughters to a Quoon Victoria's subject wag 11 tolomuired shortly after noon to-day in St, ' iffii Bartholomew's Church. JgM Tlio charming bride was Miss Bollo Wilson, H daughter ot Mr. IHchard Wilson, of $11 Fifth $13 avenue, and the groom was Mr. Michael - wu Henry Herbort, who Is at present Lord Sack. ' 3$ji vllle-West's temporary succeuor In oharga of mS the British Legation to WehlnBton: J - ml Mr. Herbert is son of tho late Lord . MI Herbort of Lea, and second brother of tho vfE Earl of Pembroko. He is' n fiandsomo "''vSl Englishman, thlrty-ono years old, and has Jn9 been a member 6f tho Diplomatic Corps i nlnool877. Ho met his bride in'Pans, and It m was ou account of his coming, marriage that . -,?) ho was transferred to Washington. . s Miss Wilkon lids been well known in - f socloty m on sho made hor dfbut three . itli Winters ago. She Is a pronounood blonde, ' 9 of twenty-three yoars. Her elder brother Iy married Mist Carrie Astor and her sister 7m, married Ogden Uoelot. Mis Abont a thousand invitations had been '1? issued for tho wedding and brought forth a jiflij brilliant gathering of friends ana acquaint- S nnces to tlio chnrch truilnv. nal AVhile uu organist played an Impressive t3 wedding march the bride walked np to tne 3? altar, on tbo arm of her father, and there met '.$K tbe groom, and the knot tbut will bind their ; 'vJErjj lives togotbor was doftly tied by Bev. Sam- flE uel Cooke. . ,MK The bride's gown was of white satin ,- trlmmod with old English point lace and - iH built high at the neck. It was one of several ; dresses made by Worth this Fall while tho 'SMS bride was in Paris. Sbo carried a bouquet ot mk white lilies. fjf Miss Graco Wilson, sister of the bndo.waa 3k the only bridesmaid. Bho wore an exquisite Wfi gown of yellow and white satin', also a pro- J Unction of Worth, and carried a itmncn ol 12m yellow rosos. W Mr. Arthur Herbert, a member of the ym British Legation at Washington bnt no) 'Bk relative of the groom, wai boat man; The H ushers wero ltlchard T. Wilson, jr., brother Jj ofthobrido; Brockholst Cutting, John Far- ' ,j9f man and Thomas Howard. ,'2K After tho wedding ceremony had been per. '& fonnod the bappy couple were drlren to the $f homo, of tho bride's parontswhere atred. .;vpj ding breakfast was served. The house was sOS graced with a prolusion ot palms and potted 'flEJ plants and cut flowers. v JP The weddinggifts w; ra very numerous cad S5 costly, Lady Herbert, tho groom's mother, iS? who camo to this oonntry to attend the Pal wedding, gave tbo bride a diamond , ;,jfl star. Tho brido's parents gare her a diamond 55 tiara,, Mr. and Mri. Ogden - Goeiot - "ivj a diamond necklace,. Mr. and MsnuvOt-te W Wilson a diamond and ruby pendent, the u Oonntcsg of Pembroke' a diamond and sap- 'Hi phlre bracelpt, tho Earl of Pembroke ft die- 'iWl rnoud ring, nud Uio. Couptua.,do Grey sad tbe groomTs titter n dlntnood pin. m- Besides these Mr. nndi Mrs. Wilson setUed J oh their daughter a handsome sum, said to be250,OO0, ! But unalloyed happiness Is rare, and even jJ this festive oooosion bed ilastroak of shadow, ' JHi as the following announcement printed this 9! inorniiig shows 1 " ' A3 T OST-On Friday errauir, (mm BU 8th ato.,medlaaa- B3 JJ siajd. black, ;haTd m poodle 1 20 reward of. WL fared. lUtora 10 611 Itb are. j The black poodle was the property of Mies -JBI Grace Wilson, tho bride's sister, but it had Sjfi endeared Itself to be the whole family. It M disappeared on Friday orening, but owing to 21 the natural excltoment accompanying the 1 preparations for tho wedding, ,was not niissod t vH tor some hoars. Up to noon to-day no tid- j iogs of tho poodlo bad been rccciyed at the B Wilson mansion. ' ml DEAOU AGAIN DKl'BATd UANLAV. fffl 1'crhnp d'Cennor or Teenier Will Regain .yjj Amerlfft'a I.o.t Aqnntlo T.anrets. ,ts 8 firtCIlL CABLE TO TBE XTMIHO WOStD.1 ' Bt SrnxEV, N. S. W., or, 87. Edward IUnlia, im the Canadian acnller, was defeated to-day on tbe tjE Parainetta course by Champion Beach., The raoe : was for XCOO a side. ZM Considerable Interest it taken In thradveutpf CfT O'Connor and Teemer, the Amerlctn oarsmen, la fits these waters. Bota are expected within two J months. J JLESEI CIJT NEWa M Twt Forced Cheek ot st Jaly Ketnns te 'W;, Slake Homebody Troable. , 3- Daniel Tolet, a grocer, ot 88 Tuen aveaue, WM 'MM atrested this morning on a charge of forgery. . jifel Two trareLetstntd cheoks, dated lut 'July, K fnrnlth tbe ease agslnat htm. The tint cheek, for M $30, was drawn to the order of W. B. reppe 'V on the Bank ot Newbnrg, ana signed by (&. B. M$ Johnson. Tolis's own Indorsement follows the M forged one of the tlctltloui Pepper. Tbe cheek 5S& was castled by Lnke Mulllgin, of 8 Tntra avenue. -SKJ It was returned from Newbnrg a few days ago. K The second cbeik, for $ lbs, wu on tbe Irving; JM National Bant. August V. LoeDer. who cashed B tbit cneck for Tolet, together with Mnlllgaa, an fj pears aa complainants. Tolta will' be examlaed J0 before Justloo Wanjcr to-morrow morning; . '.S3 Jenny City Jotting. - The Board of Appeals in cases of taxation wlil R organize at thu City Hall this evening. r Thomas nrodeil wai belt by Justice Itoblnsea ; this morning for a eilmo which may prove murder. Ml City Physician Gray noticed the police latt night ' that Brooell had btaten hla wife Into tnsenslblutr JU at their home, 10 Orient "treet. Mrs. DrodeHlaei 'rM the City Hospital, still uuooaaclous. KgD - n Kntrlr nt rllftan T-Mrrw. ''SH SflCIAL TO THE EVSkUa WOSLD. jH Cliptos n. J.) Hack tkack. Nor. 87. Follow. Sri ing are tbe entries for Wednesday, Nor. 88: '3H rlrstltao. Panw250 tbree.qnut.rs ot alia I ''iEi .lliogallowancei.-Uishoii.lZ3! P.ha, JJOi JTul loo, Ufll At.iT.. UU Van, itrjs Trll, 10-Ji Daeo B.. lWi SM Lak.wuod, luJi Payio.iter, ItrJ; Dougaa, 1W; Pea- 'WVi au.. UU: Ad.UlD., 1IM lb. '? HmubJ lUoe.-Pon 8350: .T.tnlfhlh of mile. 'MM ttloo.h.u, lihi UaruwiA 11H aYeedem, 119 uuu 'J9J Waltou. 115s Oapulin, lljlb.,. ,, jJJSl 1 bird Rare. Pan SiJOl mil. and quartan aeUleg J alluwanca. OUnliroe. lli Klain, 1 II I llermllaa. i9 lUTiArgo. 101: Kina 11., lOJi uabera, lOiillalmont, iOJi J.ekal,-0. lh. W lb. Mi , M roarth Kace. l-urte MXIi oandleapi fall. and aa WSJ eiahin. Uonaoaa, ISO; Amos. llOi Lan.attar, IHi iWBM Illlnbridt. lli J. J. O'lT. 110, faz-Uatnerer. 181 PuthUico -PoneSMOl mile and alitaeutb. ltei.c 'Mffl tone. tiOi Watuw, IX Ii J, J. o'B., 1U kpeeia) ty, B lilt Peril. 851b. Ej "An Idler It a witch that lacks both bind H As useless If It goes as when It stands,'' '-jM Altai bow many women, though household ead JWMI children need their oare. are necessarily idle, be- r7i cause suffering f rtm dtseues peculiar to thetr sex. itimm lo all such Dk. PirnicCs Favositi Paseciurneif 'ifiasl la a precious boon, speedily curing Internal in- vr nammation, ' displacement, ulceration. tormeatUf ' H perlollcal ptlna, prolapaus, ' bearing-down ",aen. , MM satlons, morning sickness, bloating, weak atom- wl sob, ntrrons proatrauon and tenoenor to eaaeer- ,V ousnueue. In all tbote ailments called "female JJB complalntt " It is tbe meet reliable iptclUo kaowa il to medical science, iM '!