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iHr '' THE WOULD: MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1889. . j I
aHtC Hi ' Wit ilii mttib Hf rhWWfrrrilM-s,f. i i M ' MONDAY EV-NIMO, SEPTEMBER 3. m '''' B';. " HIMIIPTIOK TO THE EVENING WORLD. B ' (iootudlnf FoitM-) H ' Ktl M6NT1I SOr. H ' WSRYBAR ) 93.00 r- H VOL 30 .. NO. 10,240 HB " .JtnUm-at tho rosl-Offle. t Nw Toik atoond-cliM HH matter. : . i , H "" -bkasuii orFirThsi Hr 0&U UFTOVfN OFF10E-1S07 BnoAOWAY, be- IB j. ' t-n 31ii and .13d it-. Kcw York. H f 9BOOKl.YN-.t30 KoLtox ST. HAHLEM-N.w. - kl IHpirtni.nl. ISO EAtT lBfttit it. i Jtertt.tmoH 1 U237iTllSinT. PHILADELPHIA. TA.- HH Si,: ItOEn UciLptNO, 113 Bocill it. WABII1NG- Bt&r' TOK-OtO Mtn it. Vp ' JXJNDOM OFF10C-U3 CoctArra it., Tr.arAtoAB B rt BquAsk, D I THE CIRCULATION ' ol THEEYENINGWORLD H k ON Friday, Aug. 23, H l-i WAS PRECISELY I 348,010 Hr copies. !But oven on days when there is no event of ex traordinary public interest THE EVENING WOULD soils a few coniefl. For in 8tanoo, its circulation on Thursday, Auk. 22, was 170,370 K COPIES. l , B i LABOR'S HOLIDAY. HH' ' It i Labor Day. In its axlstcnco a nation H ry merited tr.butn to tbe gonitis of toil. H ' t labor has decked itsolf and, Rind In its B ftturdy strength, is tossing its cap m air. H- It u a propltiou day, svmbollo in its H brightness of Labor's hopes aud fnturo. Let B so ono begrudge tba workiugman bis legal H ?S koliday. It is work tbat bas made tlo land H what it is. Itislhe worniugtnan whois our HB f cbiof strength and on whoso broad shoulders H .r rests the National prosperity. HH - If be wants to " lay off " for ono dny in tho HH ' '' year and shunt his burden upon tho 1 aek of H Iho rest of thew3rld,"nud stretch himself and HH 'rr -larch and eat and drink and be merry and HHHS give tbreo cheers for himsolf, wboto is the HB V man who would wish, or who is the man who H ', ' "would presume to say hi in nay? H ' While our American woikingman is taking jH V Ilia holiday London is trembling on the verge H - Of awful labor riots. Here's to our etrong- HH imbed but level-headed nrtisan. H i Here's to our bone and sinew ! HB JTJDQE BOO-STAV-B AQAIH. IHH V ' It -Over rains but it pours. H . Thero was reason enoucb for Judco Book- HHH fcTAVra to romain at home when Flack and HH '' his crowd tricked and immlicd tbe Court of HB " Common Fleas. Tho judge's honor and the jHB dignity of tho tribunal demanded his pre. r on oc He was bold guilty at least of judicial HBJ' carolossness, and should havo vindieatcd HB'; himself. BBBHljy: Hut be went away aud has stayed away, aud BBBJBT.' tho task was taken up by ether Judges, less BBBB wlllius thun he, to have that stain upon their BBVHJhr court. Now them h a new provocation for HflBJBf'' ndgo BooKBTAVcn's presenco hero. The BBnH p ticeusation made by Lawyer Hexby W. Coll- B ',' kb, thonah jndRts seem loath to listen to it, BBVBB 'j ' should bo given no moment to ferment in the BBVH in tho pnblio mind. BBVBB f,t Jridge Bookbtaver is accused of deliberately H . nltering tho minutes of the Oenoral Terra of B " "ie tonrt of Commou P.cai, bo a to ohange BBBhB the wordinc of a deciuion of Judgo Lauoe. HHH iioee and reverso n judgment. Hr It looks as if Judge DooKMAvrr. may have H : toflevote the remainder of his judicial career HBH to explanations of various sorts. HBl aT MOUTH OF TAHBER'S, BflflflH f Corporal Tanner's friends are wishing his Iuiiguo had been shot away instead of his legs. Ho las stirred up a hornet's nes: with it. Tho G. A. It. men nro about his ears with a dread noise, and unless ho can prove tha scandalous sia'emcnts he ruado at Mil waukee with regard to soldiers' widows, it is BBBBBfc ' ap' to c Bar( w'tl1 'm BBVJIB , If ho does prove tbem, though it will en. BBVB ' lighten tho public, he is not apt to faro much flj better. H ' Other persons betides Taxkcb are endnn. IB ', cerod by this wild loquacity of his -uotably H' D Haembon. who may ether haTO to get rid HHp of this fellow or say a fond farewell to tho HHHf xoldter' support, to win which he has capered HHH m ulmbly. B A BUQOEOTI03 FOE GILBERT. flflHv Kov. Hcou O. Pentecost dovues more IHK e d startltng tricks than any other aero. H bat in tha eocluBlnslical arena. His latest gro- B - ocqueness borrowed from tho Hussion writer B Ivan Tolstoi is the theory tbat a burglar or HHHV- 0' other olfonder oan be shamed out of hir, HBK, bad business if nil of his victims will be real HHhB ttlcotohim. Hosayst H If I know a burglar was iu mrlhome at HIK' vlgbt I would go to him with a light, unarmed, fBHIV- Add talk to him as I would to a friend whom I HSmL deilred to help. If be then deilrcd to take mr Er goods I would make no protoat, nor would I H9 eauae hts arrest. I would follow btm to the door and invite blm to call again. That Invitation wonldn't be Christian char Ity, Heart. It would bo a dismal effort at sarrasm, because, with such assistance as you rtrata of. the bnrplar would have you so thoroughly lightened of what win worth iaklng that anotbor visit would bo uuneoes. aary. Besides, ho would expect you to prcuoh to him again. May be you think tbat would tempt him Tho chiof vntuo of Mr. rcsTECOSi'a idea lies In lis" adaptation to Outulo opera, A SEHSIBLE OLD WAEBIOR. Omi, SnERMAH acts like tbo tons'bloold soldier ho muslly is. in refusing to get mad and disgruntled oer llto mlsundorstandlng about his stats in tbo railroad train leaving Milwaukee. It's a mistake many people make, to quarrel whou there's ho cause for it. Uen. SriEMUN known thero was no intention to tread on his toes in so small a matter, but if thero wai ho wouldn't heod it. Ho can nfford to rest on lih laurels as n fighter. THE DUTT OP THE HOUB. Mrs. Flack has tleolded to ccaae talKing for publication abont her domestic offairs. It is Just oa well. Public concern Is now with the rascally Hhcrlff. his brazen disregard of law aud abuse of his official position. Put him out. TO RAISE MONEY. Tbe World's Fair Finance Committee to Discuss Several Plans. The financiers who aro olmrged with tho duty of formulatlug plan by which tho money thnt is necoRwiry for tho successful competition for the World's Fair of 1693 can bd raised will meet in tbo rooms of the Chamber of Commerce to-morrow. It is not yet known if a bckcnia will then be determined upon, ns tbo mcmhoin of this executive body aio us re'loent on tho subject ih the Cojimittco oil S ten is secret in Us meetings mid movement, and it is impoasi. bio io glonn from them any hint of the prob able nrtion. That action must be taken end that speed ily, too, all unit? iu say iu. Audrow Carnegie says on this subject thnt Congress "him d not l.o asked tn do anything towards recogniziug tho Now York 1'nir uutil tbo city hus done itx sliaro by ra suil' several millions of dollars New Yoric, lie says, is the only proper place for the holding of the proposed inir, tho'igh bo conceded that Chicnco's rla ms sliould be considurnd on the ocuaxinn of tlm noxt inleriistiuiial exposition, which will follow the Columbus show. Bv that tuna the Windy City's pretensions will he worthy of conldera'ion. As a special css on Of Congress Is liable tn be cal ed for next it onlh. Mr. Carnege pointsont the need for prompt notion on (he part of the financial managers of tbe enter prise. Chicago should not be al'owed to get tho ear of (5 ngro b ah ad of New York. But thirty. on months remain iu which to per ect iuo Exposition for its opening, and in Mr. Carnegie's op nlnn hot a day of all (his time should bo wasted. WORLDLINGS- John I. Dhlr. tho Jer'cy railroad king, has a fortune that is entimated all the way from $40,000,000 tn 4110.000,000. lie wan at one time President of twenty railroad. Tho golden rod ii President Harrison's pref erence for tho National (lower. Pcro Hyacinth, the notod French preacher. 1 a tall, wn 1-lmllt man, with a flnely.tloped bead that is filngod with iron-gray hair. His thoughtful and somewhat melancholy face is cleanly ahavou. His eye are dark gray. Tho late Julia Jackion Christian, Stonewall Jackson's dauuhtor, nan an Intel citing woman of charming and unnfTooted mannoru. Almost from lior birth she was an object of tender ro gard in the Houtli, and of late years she was greatly belovod by the Confederate veterans. BOOK RtVltWS. "A TtLISD BABOAIS." A atoiy threaded on tomenhat hackneyed linen, yet tho characters aid incident as por tiaye.1 tn a measuro atono for tho lack of originality. . It is a book calculated to chain tho intercut of the reader, but nill not stand a very cate ful analysis. Tho story is in allied by several noteworthy points, principally tho icacuo of l'rank. Dudley by the boto, Arthur Ariiugford, the former hating been knocked overlioanl during a storm, 'ilie dcsciintion of this nreuo may bo termed a masterpiece of word painting. Tho story deal with a woman who seeks to protect her dtad husband's honor, he having squandered the heioiue's fortune: tho proud heroine herself, whn iu a tit of pique engages hwclf to a man whom shodncs not love, and tho hiineit brother, who hy strict economy re places the snuaiidorrd fortune. 'Ihern is also tho flirting married woman, who entangle tho hern, but is dlrposcd of at a con venient tune by an elopement. Altogether " A Ithmt Hat rain "is a readali'c story, Tint will bear favorable companion with novels of tho present day, "a ialkk COUfLE." F. Hherldan has wiiltcn a nnvclizatinn of the diauia, "A Fabe Couple. " Ntarly all tho scenes are local, and ttiu itoiy opens In tha New York Club house, the author takes you by easy stages tn the beach at Long branch, the races and back again to New York. Iho novel is written in a bright aud cheery style. The Indians' I.eve of Flre.Wntur. tr-iKfo7t"tA I tiler tn ItM(MyttHi .v.v.. 1 Wero iutemperaneo perm tied here it would work an nnful blight. Tho thirst of tbe In dian blood for " fire.wator" is proverbial. But prohibition in this Territory is a decided success, aud a druukcu man is almost an anomaly, Tbe appe ite of the full blood for whiskey is simply marvellous. He will resort to any meuns to obtain it, even to the Inking of human life. His inordinato appetite Is recognized by tho Un ted Stntes Govern ment, whioh oven forbids tho introduction of homo p.ttent wediomeK on acoiuut of iho blimnlau s they oontuin. Various Bitters, vrh.cli were at ouo time omitted, were swal lowed bv tbo bott elnl. It is reported also that Indians have died from tak ng too much of other patent medicines, having drank it liko water. A C'ou.rnstln of Opinion. r t wior . :v. rt.io iri,ij Tho ProMdeuti of tho United States concur that The Evekiko World is : JOHN T YLKIt ANDltEW JO II NRON' KUTH E RFOltD B. nAYEB JAMES K. r OI.K MARTlN VAN 1J I! BEN , ,r A II IIAHAM LINCOLN oitovr.n o ij eveland JAMEH A. UAI1F I ELD , JOHN QU1N V 1" ADAMS JOHN A AMH fi K NJAMIN HAIU1IS0N THOMAR JEF V EltSON MILliAItD KILLMOll K V, H. UJtA N T JAMEtt SIA II 1SON JAM K H MOXllOE GEO U OE WASniKOTON 11. U. It., 073 Eighth arcnue. . jfiPfkaJn Ji 1 . . NO MORE NEEDED! Enough Money Received to Pay the Free Doctor Corps. Savo Your Baby Fund Contribu tions Until Another Sooson. A multitude of Little Sufferers Have Been Relieved. Tho Work Will Proceed Until the Exhaustion or the Fund. An Account Covering livery Dollar Will Ha Duly Itemlcred Our Charitable Readers. KO MORE MONEY NEEDED. The EveKiko Wobld doslres to inform tbo many friends of the Blck Baby Fund that no moro monoy Is needed for tho work this year. With tho funds in hand. and what is snro to enmo in from various fairs nud entertain ments already undcitnken. as announced by charitable workers, thera will bo enough to pay all legitimate expenses. The nmonnt of good accomplished hy our readers in this work Is pimply incalculable. Director FoatEn's official report states that up to last Friday 10,100 cases had been re. licved by the corpe of tblrty.flve physicians now in tho field. Even theso figures, how over, but faintly iudicato tho actunl accom plishment. The work will proceed null) the exhaustion of tho fuuds, and Tnc Evr.swo Would will iu duo tlmo render to its readers an account of precisely how the money has been pont. . THE CONTRIBUTIONS. Already acknowledged tO.13n.T7 liiniiM laiyot y. .10 sirs. While i.oo Brooklyn Ilseholor o.oo O.K. 1' i.oo Ilrnoltl n Fair. ii.10 A King's Dauuhtor... 1.00 F.ighty-sntli htrout Performance.... l.JM Grace t. Jones . 10 Mrs. W. A. aiulB. ti 2.00 FrnnSrlvanl- Friends. To 1t rHltir s TS. Ftrn(i Worldt Please find inclosed $3 for the Blck Babies' Fund. Wish it was mhre. Hoping the fund will reach millions, wo romain, yours for tho noblo work, Mrs. W. A. and B. O., Duumoro, Pa. Another flrnnhlyn Fair. Pi Iht rrlllor n pii rilw ITorM; The inclosed 45.10 is tho proceeds of a fa'r held by iour litllu Brooklyn girli for tbe benefit of Tub Evesiio Woblu's 8ok Baby Fund. EinEL BaiKnLEY) Annie Bnrtnr.ET, Tessic Dkeut, Fi.ohknce Vitt, Riven by Friends. To tit rMor nf Tk Kmlnq IToildl Iuclosed please find $1, collected from friends of tho Sick Bab cV Fund. , A Kino's Davoiiteb. They Gnvn n I'erlurmnnce. Jb Iht FViloi or Tht Krtntng Korlit: Bcveral iittlo boys mid girls were anxious yesterday to do tomothm.' to help along your Biok Babies' Fund, so they hold a perform, mauco at 020 Eat Eighty-sixth sireet, and notted tho inclosed sum, 41.34. Tickets of admission were Bold at ono, two, three nnd fiveceuls. Tho tolioulng is a listol those who took part in the entertainment: llo e Levin, Orota Levin. Martha Levin, Alphonse Curado, Mnnilo Cuiodo, Flora Anderson, Emma Schwab, Millie Hogeu toron, Ike Colemou, Lulu Btcdnck. Oracle's Mite. ro Cdllar if rStAVslny irorM; Plcuso find iuclosed 10 cents for the sick babies from On ace I. Jones. A Iloltnr from llrooklyn. r l JT.IIfor at Tht iis ITiir'.ti Plcaso accept 1 fcr tho Sick Babies' Fund, ltespectfully. C. E. P., Biooklyn. lie's (loins la He Mnrrleil. To Ht Hlto . trorM Inclosed phase find S. which I wish you to apply to somo poor family or tamllts which need it moat. I intend gettng mairied, so I wish them to pray for mo thai tuo Lord will not forsake me in my hour of need and ttoublc. BnoosLTN BacntLOR. Armour it .' Contrlbntlan. Th tt frfilor r lrs(t WorM Wo havo shipped to your address, our de livery, thrco coses beef extract, which we know will bo found particn ntly ogrocablo to Tub Evemno WoBLn'a sick ones. After mcctiug you wo felt assured that theeo goods would be carefully dietnbu ed, nnd do gotd. It more of this extract ran bo need to advan tage kindly inform us, and we will aim to fill your order. Very truly yours. Armour &. Co,, W. O. Hill. New York office. 182 Duane street. The Drnth Itnte. There wero ulnnty-thrco deaths yestorday, and forty-nine of them were children under five yours ot age. The causes of death were : Cholera infantum 7 Diarrheal dlisascs Marasmus It Diphtheria 'J Pneumonia , 4 Meases 1 Other diseases 31 IUieball T-'l)ar. the lkaouc Tittsburg at New York, a. x. andr. it. Indianapolis at Boston. A. M. and r. M. nm-m'.at 1'hi n.inphla. Cltv eland at Washington. MIURICAM ASSjOIATUN. Cincinnati at Biooklyn. a. 31. and I'. M. Louisville at llslt.niore. hausai City at Philadelphia. ATLASTIf ABSOCIATIOS. Norwalk at Newark'. A. u. and r. it. Lunellat Worcester. Hartford at New Haven. To U pliftJ it Oikiiod Park. Jtrit City THEIR DISGBACE ATONED FOR. Hlngutnr Calneldenee In Ibe Live mt Thomas Ii. Itrnlan and JamrS XV. Held. (frmi ( flotilla Timtt-Vrtim. Many years ego one of the most brilliant youug North Carolinians of tbat time was de tected in a small tboft at tho Bute's Uni veralty. Temporarily overcome with mortifi cation, ho paeked up bag and btiggnpo and became a voluntary oxile to what was then tho distant West. Ho refused to accent, as ultimate, Burns's conclusion that "ouo sad loet stains a name for eyo." He was young enough, aud bruve enough, and brainy enough o recoguizo tho truth that n single, nio.al delliiqnen v, like a men at or physical l-fct. may, in tlmo. bo oveicome by a per sistont ptrhevbrancs in woll-doing. Humuu nature, after all, is really mpre gouorotis tl nu it gets credit for. Tbo world ' cepted tho young man's pledge when ho showed " fruits meet for reentauce." He bout nil bin energies to recover tbe ground lost In tho hour of temptation, and sue. ecoded. Ho was finally clectod from his new home to a tent in the United States Senate, where ho ranked with Clay. Calhonu ami Webster, sheddinji lasting honors on hit name and country. Hn or eight yeoi ago another young North Carolinian, conspicuous for talents and energy, was eleelod Io Congress from the old North Btato. He at once took high rank in the councils of hiH party ; but. overcome In nn evil hour bv the allurements of tho National capital, he.'loo, y el ed to tbo temptation and committed somn character ol pecun ary fraud vililch moved him to resign, lie, also, be cumo n voluntary exile to tho West mid now tbo chances oro that ho will he elected a Vnitid States Senator irom Idaho, in whosti reicnt Constitutional Convention bo made a br clit record as a .esdi r. Tho tir-t txninplo m.ovo referred to was Mr. 'Ihoinns H. J'enlou. of Missouri, whose ' 'I binr Years in the United Slates Hoiinio " is n politico-Historical authority, TIia latter If. that of Mr. Jaino W. Held. For 8ever.il years he has been bid ftwity out ot sight, and ft la gratifying; io kuow (lint he bus restored himself to piibliu rnntidcu'o and to the (.er vicu of the country. One great mistake iniido bv young men who mako n slnplo mis b op is that they give up tho snuggle entirely. ' Nevot- say die," should be tho motto of everybody. It in a slupti nr coiucidenco that both these examples should have oome from the old North Mate a commonwealth re Downed for sturd'ness and integ'ity. May tbo fate of voting lteid be no lessuotah ethau was that of his illustrious predecessor Thomas Hart Benton. A RUNAWAY TRAIN'. Dnahln Dnrvn lite Allialinnr Mountains at a Fenrlnl Itnle of fpeed. t"i Hit nit'irg M ' ' I bad nn experienco labt Friday night tbat boa aluioft turned mo sgaiust railroad Ing, nud convinced mo that I can bo sonrod something I didn't Lclievo betoro." A passenger brakemnn on tho Pennsylvania Itnllroad was talking nnd a J'oft reportor listened. Wo wero going cast," bo wont on, " nnd had just passed tic Uallllzin tun nel, whon I becatuo uwaro ibnt the traiu was whl7ziug down the mountain at an unusually rapid gait. The gcado for six or seven miles below iho tunnel is about ninoty feet to tho mile, and some of the shoite-t curves on the division overlook embankments hundreds of feet deep, Tho caro w oro jumping about, nud wo seemed to be living in mid-air. Tho most careful en. giueoron tbo road manned the engine, aud I know something must bo wrong Then it fl shed through my mind that tbe air brakes had ployed out. 1 rushed through the traiu aud beg n puttlui! on tho hand biakes. I fiuallv reached tho rear platform and turned the biaka wheel ti.cro. But tho old traiu was fairly inmping around tbe curves ii. w. I could eeo tho moonlight r ilocted ftom a stroam of water nwny down below us in the ailey. aud I ti-ud-dored olid wondered how msny Foconds it would I a umil Ibe train oluugeddowii tboro. Holding lo tho br.iko-whrel for dear llfo I climl cd out.uDon tho coupler, imouelv be liov mg tint 1 would bo nblo to jump better fiom thnt point should tho train leave tho . track. I could see tbe engine, when a Blmrp cllrvc was reahod. uufllin; ud sputtering, itadriterBRuinniii.' backwards. The ouglue was reversed, tho brakes weie on as tight as tho hand BVBt m c n put thera. nnd wo wore simply sliding down tho lnntintan. What n ternblo 'ohogBiin ride it was 1 "The roar i ar. to whoso coupler I clung, was a specisj coach and occnpiol by a well, known railroad man. 1 could see hlin through the door, iiowas half sta ding, half croncu ing iu the ainii', holding to tho arms of tho dents. His nco was p ilo from Iright. "It seemed an ago io me. but no finally cauin to a 'ta'tdstill near Kittanmug Point, I louud we bud c me down tho mountain in seven mltn los. The ruu is scheduled tor th rty minutes. It Is tho most dangerous stretch of track on tbo road for fast travel, ling. Mv surmlso that the Hir had played ont was correct, for so the oitginoertold mo as ho mopped tho poisplration from nis lace. m-- Ilnsv Mrs. Itlnchny Looks. 'AVw, Yorli Letter tn Xfanfitnotnn Pott. Ono thing tho women will liko to know about her i what she looks liko. Bho is a pretiy woinau of plump, comfortable, good ua urcd, well-rarod.for lypo, with a double chin and a short, well-rounded figure. Her sklu is soft and smooth nnd very whito. with just n little touch ot pink in tho cheeks, oud ber bands aro mnall and dainty and hpaiko with jewels. Her bar Is a lovoly btue-biuck and hho wears it combed high in a sort of a twist on top of her head aud iu little rings across her forehead. Her cyos nro n clear bluo. but tho lushes hud brows laro bo bl ick and tho pupils so Inrgo that at tho first glunco you think her oyu are black. Her manner 1b ven pleas int and simple. Whon the Mackar I ova go into business in this country, as their lather in ends they si nil, it is uirv 1 kolv Mr. Mxcknv will spend half tbe year on this vide. If she does, alio will, no doubt, ruake Wushtngton her home. From what she has lio.ird of it aho thinl.H she will like the society there, and if she does co there she will cer tainly brek Mrs. Whitmy's record as a lavish entonaincr. Mrs. tanf'-rd has oftoti tried to p. rsnade h r to have a house there or visit at her home. Ilr Whs Armed. tFrnwt , fl.lroll r Prett 1 A colored man was going up Brush street tho other evening with n watermelon In a wicker baby.enrt when he encountered a patrolman oud at once ramo to a itandstilL " Woll ?" queried the officer. " Wall r" queried Iho negro. " I sec you have a melon there. It being so early in the evening I shall not " " Oh. l'ze all fixed fur dst, rah. Jlst look at dat." Ho pulled a paper from his pocket which read : The bcirer of this is 0. K. He paid me 40 cents for the accompanying melon. J. Blank, Grocer. " H'm !" said the officer, as ho roturnod tho paper. "Hu!" echoed the colored man, ns he picked up his feet and moved on. ! A Honree of Peep It'oret. TeoiA tl Clteaao Glto. Grave Young Man In looking bock over your life what do you most regret ? Gay Old Man The good thing I missed ! Nervous People Who uU Ilcod'n SjimpullU ritoertly dec.ara. "It gtvi u coraplrtoautl iorrnoent control of our netTe.' Hr ivcuUtintf tbe dtgrtlon It lio ofercome dppii. nddiigrb. feelioge tn tho ttoipacb, nr lit4 kchAD(t bMittiurn. Bylt action on tb blood Impart tlee r ipilld and tha hol tody U be neflttd. Jtood'a barsaparllla Ua14brilldru(1ett. 91 ; tii for 5. rreptia d only br 0. 1. HOOD CO., Lowell, Mm ANAGRAMMATIC HITS , - Buried Letters Which Say Tleasaat TMn.for the Giants. Only One Crank Hero of Possl mlatid Mind. Ono Prophecy Which tho Drooklyns Apptar to Be Verifying. By the New Verbs, af C'anrar. To Iht Editor ot Th Evmtni Tothli Tins is hat the people will ay after Oct. .1: Mint puy KE K FE EWI N O TIElt N AN OH A NE fiO N NOB HAT T FIELD V ELCII n 'ltOUHRE LYO b HIGH A nDROS IJ OHE W A HD MUTll I E , WHITNEY . L. 8. CLfit. It (irien I.aoka He. Tnl).r 'W'f e,t "lit KtinUo rrrMj Howls thlsf O 'HOUItKE KEE V E . ! BANE O 'DAY M i; ltPHY II It OWN H LATTKUY (1011 K T IEBNAN II ATFIELD K W1NO WHIT NT. Y WE I. OH 1. YONB WAIID n i ciiAnDSON CO N NOH Kecxersien. A Wall Hireet View or It. Tit ll-t FMlor of Tht Ettning n'nrf-f . There may be ono or two on n KOUTHEItS J (I IINHON CLARK H ON BENNET T BICHAIIDS O N. N AHH But ,, ., WHI T NEY MUBP " Y W E LCH II u OWN KE K FE 1) A Y WA It II TI E HNAN CO N NOlt O'H O UllKE HAT K IELD I. YON8 EW I NO G0U5i.ATTEnr O 'DAY CRAN E M V TRIE BICHARD ON. , Wall Btbeet. Improbable and IVaalralatle. To tht Tdltor of Th Zrentmq ITorldl 1 wtnt to tell tho ctanks whero to look for the Champions at the end of the bcseball season : EWI N O TI K HNAN W Altl) ODA Y G O KE BICHARD H ON MITTR I E WHIT IS EY SLAT T EHY H A 1 FIELD W E LCH LYON S CONN O R OitO II RKE MUB V HY. William Mack, r,8 Liberty street. Ontatdr of Anson, Ht. l.ouU and Iloiton. To lit FHIoroJ 1h Lxtnlna Wortdt We all know that tho New Yorks are MU T B1E WELC II O'BOUltK E XV HITNEY 'DAY B It OWN I. YO.NB WAB l LATTERY O ONNOIl MURP II Y G O RE T 1 KHNAN O RANK n MN(t Ben GoLDENnEim, l','l Spring street. And IMnekjr Toe. r th ZMtr of Th Arcls irorW - HA T FIELD TYEt.OII KE E FE I. Yds M V lil'HY ONNOIl O'ROVR K E O'DA Y Will T NEY 10 II A11DSON EW I NO U II OWN BLATTEHir MUTltl It GOHK CHA N E C. W, Haaroan, aoo Eighth avenue. ir They Flay Tbelr (lane. To tht KJtiliir of Tht Kxtnwj Woridt HA T FIELD RIO II AltDHON MOTHI K O'DA Y OR A NE. MC It J'lIY KE E FE n LATTERY O'RO II RKE I) K OWN W K LCH V HITNEY EW I NG CO N NOll TIER N AN GQtt I! WA II D LYON H Cms. WoEUNEn, 178 Beventh avenue. Atay It Prove Trne. To th Editor of Tht Ettnl3 Witttii 0 YBNE CA II HEY iiOVKTT 0 O I.LINB CLAlt K E CORKIilL I. lEIlll Y McUtJNNIOLE HU H BONO HU HEri O 'IIltlEN V OUT7. SM I TH VIBNE It lll'HN K CAHUTHERB ItonitnT von Bback, 37 Dnfflcld Terrace, Brooklyn. Wtxn chnllo and dUrrtaosa Inohttdrsn ourtd by Momll's Tiltkixo OoBDlaL, -'i etnta. V LARRY DEGER'8 EXPW1T8. He He Herniated Things When tin Wae Marshal of l)ode t'lir. irrom tht rTeithtnQlon mil. One of tho characters of Dodge City is ex Marshal Larry Ueg'er. Willi tho downfall of the Mssterson gang a now order camo into the Kansas t rontlcr tdwn and Lorry Degor w as its exponent. Born in a little Gormen tuwu, he was Intended for tbe priesthood, but the discipline ot tho priest into whoso bouse ho was placed was too severe for his liboral no tionB. and Larry fled from home and woiked his way to America. Ho was not content uu til he bad reached tho jiimping-off placo. It wns along ho line ot tbo Atchison. Topekn and 0lla Fc. which is still stretching its aliin steel fingers into the routhwest, that Degcr grew to manhood an I such a man I Ho was of medium height but of niostpr diglons g rtli. Bern-, tho coloicd porter ot Ward's, bos soiueililng of tha some physical oharac tristicR. Deter was tho strongest ninn In Dodge City. No ono ever cared for a boenntl bnllot fn m bis hard fist, or tritd twicoto lay bis brawny shoulders in tho dust. As frcigut handler ho would pluco a Imrrol of flour on his capacious stonmi b, nii'ch its h big bear lugs n watermelon, nnd load it into a frtiBht wagon auri keep it up ten lionw a day with out n sign of niigue. .,.,., , Fear was on unknown quantity in his make up. He was like nil tho Dodgo City crowd, a dead idiot. It Is on record that when a crowd of d nuken cowboys camo tearing up t) o main street, whoop ng, yell.ng and shoot Ing pri in Hcnou ly. Dcger calmly Btcpped into the middle of tho btreet, iuchestt r in baud, and shot the horses from tinder six of them before they could 1 nil. turn nnd scurry baok tn the luairi'. Speaking of shooting. Iho crack pibtol shots of Eastern galleries would crawl out of sight in shnme it thov could hi e tho performances of an expert frontiersman with n 42 na7j It i a common feat to throw nn omplv tomato can into iho air, draw and put six shots into it l ofore it rea' lies tho ground. When tho bullet from a long 42 cnrtriilgo strikes an object in tbe air ot the right angle it sends it still .urthcr into the air. Experts will throw a emi up aud, firing irom beneath, drive it with six sbols over forty feet higher. A teiuleifoot appeared on a Dodgo City street in lB'fl with a plug hat on his head. Borne tnc snatelud it oil and gave it a tilng skyward. Before it readied the ground oorv revolver on the block had a chance at it, and over fifty bullet holes wero counted. Domily United Htales Marshal DavoNoglo. who killed Judgo Ttrry in defending Justice Field, is ono of tbe same crowd which grow up along the Atchison, Topekn and Banta Fo. It is me ess lor ono not bred t it to got into a c utroversy with such mon, or cveu to go nrmed. It one of thorn wants to kill you, ho will kill you, aud an attempt to draw a weapon merely gives him an opportunity to escni n Instieo with iho idea ol Belf.defcnsn, But to return to Lurry Dcrer. Tho jail of DodgoiRity was merely a log stockado 15 feet deop, wlihout cither door or window, a dirt floor, and a tiap door in tho icof. When tho Oily Marshal made an arrest of a drunken or disordcr.y person bo fiist disarmod him, tlieu clasping him on h s stomach car ried him to the uou, climbed the ladder, opened iho trap nud dropped bim in. 'Iho jai' needed no tmard. The inner walls of fered no project! n to give tho inmates an opportunity lo o cape, even if tho 15-foot fall let! hem with wind or spiiit enough to mnko an at ompt. 'Iho poxt day whin court opened Deger would lower n ladder and the thnroughlv-stibdnod prisoners would creop weakly out of U.e blnck holo and receive their sentences. Degor was a man of very good habits and strong mmd. tie used to borrow I ooks oi an army cfflcer und read them slowly through. He would devote a whole mouth lo nam lo volume, but when it was nad it was strei a ay in Iiib reicntive memory. In this wav he digested Glbbm's Decline and Fall of the llouiau Empire." It imprest d him greatly. Ho took s.dos for anil nga list tho various i liaaclois. Iielisarius whs b b iiero. "Ah 1" h" used to sty. " do yt.u know what I would havo done i. I had I ecu liclisnrius? Instenl of letting that white-livered Justi. tinn ox lo mo a ter all I bad dono for him. I won r! have marched my lo; ions on tho pal ice and elm ned him to tho wheo s of my chariot tho iugiatc." 1 OM Jllnrvellnus ludlun IN mcdlee. U'rnni I'll I'hiladttiihla Keire. The Indians who livo ttrntiud tho litt'o hill call, d the Pmitd, near Mixico City, enn cuio intermit ent fevers mi o-i more easily than our plivsicians, and in tho Stale o Qucretaro the luchaus havo a remedy known only to tliemsehcs and tho secret of winch they most jealously guard, 'llucnris tho wot.t forus 0 biooil dlsetiBts, as many fuieignerN thoro ion testify So cunntig nro th. so Intl aim that they omplov a mod cino wh ca hnn the priip-ity ot pi rilyzing teutpurarily tho bonso f tite, and thus tboir imt.eiil can gel no cb o to the nature of tbo her ? they are taking. Malaria yi us quickly lo tho 1 overfill remedies of tho India s, mid these somo r do practitioners will cuio bud oso- ol t.vphii foMir. In tho treo mont o! tlm sma'.l-pox tl.o ludians nro i.ivy suc cess, ul. p a''ing their palitnls in dark ri oms, l.u : em iiting currents ol air to be ciiitinu ullv pi hsmg over tho body of the paiietit, while somo her) al remedy is continual y mi ni nis erod. Thut tl o iudiiiiiH of tbe ountry owns mid of the littto hamlets up iu tho hlerras nro benlthy is phi'iily to bo been. I hey live i flcu to nil iticr d bio age, and say themselves Hint Hie whito man is a sickly fol low who las gray hair wbilo their own is dill com bla k. A ttnck.Niitnlier I'nllllclnn. Ftim tl i'iltm q iXvmeretal Gasett. Hon. John J. Patterst n, Senator of tbo Unitid States from t'oulb Caro ina during the period known en tho " Caipet-BaggeiB' l.ra," but uow at Mulliu, Pa., iiassctl through the city yeste day. B ncohisreiri'meutfrom politics In1 has devoted bnm-ell to lib aw piaetico and tailroad enterprises in the Wcsi. Mr. Paltoisnn wiih n pod iciuu of uo iittie prouiineiit o during tht period of the wnr and immediately niter in Peiinsyhan a, bud was a factor i ol lo be si giued m local politics throughout Iho Jtinnla alley. Ho sa' iu the Bin o f-malo during Gov. Oi.rlin'si ndminis. Iiauon. along with Alexander K. McClure, now eddpr of the I h mde phin 7i'nifs. He is eloquent, polished end n most nocom i'islie,t conveisationalist. He declined to t ilk on political q' eM ions, and sought the privacy of his state-room lo evi do tho reporters. Ilr C'ou du't A front Ii. IVoni th IJintor. 'meter. Mis. Youngwifc John, dear, I want a new dress. Mr. YounghusVand I can't afford it at present, my dear. I've got to get a now suit fur myself. Mrs. Y. You're a mean thing, ro there! You got a new suit for yourself but nono for ni. Mr. Y. I can't aff.ird both atonce, nnd my business rtquires thut I thould dress web, and Mrs. Y. Yes. you dress woll. There's Mr. .Touch our noig ihor; you ress much 1 cttor than Im dot-s, and lie's in business, t o. Mr. Y. Ah ! my dear, but tio'o a rich man and can aOord to go snahby. $50GOLDWATCH$50 FOR S33. One Dollar Weekly. W want in onercet'c (ron tn frr ortpe, niora. factory warbouPt, rUro-.t and workshop to rspiatn our uroprtiT .steniu nollm( .atub oa thaoluti plan. Any widt'awaU- inmoii ranreadl r urgantitt a nich club, at th nborii prifa and term, amonc hu frtendP, acq'iatntanca o lniaiiiMi AMiKMato, wltnotic Inltrifriniwilh ttwbualiiwi or iwcuration. r or, com nni l ion, d4alU oi organization, .to., rail ordrt a below. In addition to tha club inntbod ot mIIId our Tvatth'aw are also prnparnct to trfttlou the instalment rlau to rHabl ttaitln without xtra -barge, tnJio loa ot oar Hook u Mlioltd. or on ruceiptof poatat card Mint will cail with aampf.i, Tllb MUTUAL WATCH COMPANY, 100 Uroadwar. I TOLD BY THE FUNNY MEN. 1 LITTLE FLASHES OP MERRIMENT GLEANED I FKOM VARIOUS SOURCES. I, Traasfrrred lll.clpllne. H lvi i cx. i H Mr. Walkor Flohr (on bis return from ser. - IS vice with h's regiment at Pcekskill) Nnmber H tbreo, down thoro! B Mr. Hollsrfivo Yessir. Mr. Walkor Flohr-Pollco that ribbon counter! KHatilly nilxeit. H II'ioik narper'i Bair, " Who was Paris?" asked the reader of ai 1 Oklahoma paper, to which reply was made I that Paris was the serpent that gave Evo tho apple. I Orderly Mernrnnt. B irrosi li rlleaemte Matttr.l 9 Orderly Sergeant Your name t llecmit Bockstoin. 1 O. S. Your business ? H. Co-assistant at tho Gynecological Folyilinic. .... f , O. B. What? Well, pass along! but it by to-mornnv yon can't find some business that I can pronounce I'll havo you put in tho lock-up. rul Generis. from PnekA Sirs. Land (an invotcrato matchmaker) Though my son Cha'Ies is an accomplished man of tbo world. Miss Cavendish, you will find him no slave to form or the dictates of 8 fashion. Ho is so original, and does every- I thing in tho most independent manner 4 don't you thin': so? ... ft Mis Cavendish-Moll, Pvo just mot him. J. you know, my doir Mrs. Land- but I jt i bought so the moment wo commenced to t waltz. I Tho JndaoU Trade. 5 From Tim a. "Judge Lynch is not a real judge, is he?" 2 l asked Mis. Fanglc. " No." roplled her buslnndi "he's usually in tho suspender basiness." $ The 1'npntnr Favorite. 8 JOM the 23euleh TTetpen. L i Menblsto (boh.nd tho scenos) Ha ! what if J do I see? Only four wreaths thrown on tho 1 stago, and 1 paid for Uvo! S : Prabnhlv Eimneril Herself. f rrom Iht Korheittr Jit diet.) B Etbol (cnteri c inr or) Oh, Aggie, so glad jg to see you. (Theyki6s.) Why. you are en- f gated to ba married. ft Aggie How do you know ? ' ' 1 can tell i.y iho wav you kiss." a f ' Ilr Follnvveit the Kale. jg ' I from Judqe. 1 Friend Do yo'i still continue to send mat- af , tcr to tho new-tpopors. Coolly f S ! Cholly Yo-: but it's merely or good faith, I i and not nc cvsaiily lor pnoiicution. ' What Alleil Hid Miljerl. " Fiotn the Uothetttr tiuiljet. ), Photographer I don't sec, madam, why I ii have Buch difficulty getting a good icturo of j your sou. I've tried five times, ami every u negative is more indistinct tmd wavering ' than Hie List. FondMivhor Oh. I should have told you bcloro that my son s u dro.nUul Mil teror. ' Not the U'nrit of lollies. lron Jniri' ir'.l'i.l I Parrott Just sec Babt-onoy by the window j there. Ho has dono nothing but suok his I cane for an hour. . i Wiggins Woll, hasn't that kept him from talking;1 ,11 A Grrnl Success. II Fromlhe Chttano (It be I fVt Interviewer What do you think, doctor, .IS of the Brown-Boquard " elixir f" 1 Doctor It's n great mc 'ess. H In nrviwer On what do you base your M conclusion ? i 'H Docior On praeticnl ositlts. I've cleared i ' $100 some days trying to savo tho lived of r I ereons whu have tnod it. I IH sin Midden. I ll Frovi the liotlwi Cnurler. 1 II They wero climb ng up tho mountain side P aud, com,ug to a Htecp pl.ico, tio deemed it I proper to n-sist her and, turning, sdd : " Please g vo mo vour I and." " Oh!" she r p led with a blush, this 111 bo Midden, You must ask pa) a " i ! A Weightier Question Than Art. I IFronrneLi I Mrs. Poindcxtcr My foo am a Rinniui, j Mistah Brokehout. Ho dono carved dat ( j b.taket out of a watonnillion, wiv jess his i ' jack knife! i I Mr. Biokobout My stars! but dat's fino. , ' Whad did lie do wiv d' yor cont.uis, Mrs. , , Po'ndextah ? ' p?pwcri MEAM 1 1 tamEp ! : ItB.iip.ritir siosllftioa prorrnlD mHUon. ofhomst tor I niorclhinsriuirtor ol a century. It Is oneit tir tn. t I Unllnl little (iiiximin'nt. Indomd ht tn. b.sd. ol t tt.drt.t Uulritlss ths fitron 'sit. l'nr"t and root I lUalthfnl. t)r. l'rl'.Or.imUakluf Powder doM not - i contain AminonU, l.tm, or Alnm. Hiild onlj la Can- S HIllOU UA.KINO rOWDEIl CO. ' XEWTOKk. cuicaao. sr, LOCH. j..