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BPEOIAL fflDSuTMBB DISCOuTnMiigE'gfRSSiii'fJigi, ,;.Vf,,'jffi.t THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 14, 1891. TO ADVERTISED OF "n"A&$gi!in,liWm" 8 JH
Manager Hammerstein Speaks of
i H1b Now Thoatre.
(jlrg. Dr. Cronyn Surprises ICven
Teuor William T. Carleton.
7 Manager nammonrteln " Yes, tho state
' ncnt that Marcus Mayer Is negotiating with
1 tne tor tbe appearanco of I'attl at my now
' theatre In Thirty-fourth street Is quite cor
rect. Nothing, however, has been settled,
and nothing will be settled until Mr. Mayer
himself gets back to New York. You see, I
am comparatively Independent In tbo matter.
If I don't get Fattl I can got a dozon other
good attractions. In fact I have numerous
otters. Tbe theatre Is going along very nicely,
and I am hustling about looking after tech
nicalities. It will be a very beautiful house."
William T. Carleton, tho tenor, speaking of
jlm. Dr. Cronyn, of Baltimore, who, as re
lated In yesterday's World, entered Carle
ton's Opera Company as a chorus girl, said
that nothing surprised him moro at first than
lo hear that she was new to tho stage. "She
I went at rehearsals," ho said, " as though she
was an old stagor. One thing wo objected to,
bowover, was tbe fact that sbe came to the
theatro In a carriage. That I would not per
mit, as It drew unnecessary attention to tbe
stngedoor. I myself met her but once. 8bo
was certainly a very good-looking woman."
11 r. carleton did not go to Europe after all,
although ne had his berth engaged. lie was
unable to leave his wife.
Miss Tcrnona Jarbeau, a study In navy
blue, was In the city yesterday discovering
talont. Miss Jarbeau, It will bo remembered,
, never engages a company. She alscovers
' talent tor other managers to use In the tu-
' ture.
. ...
i Manager Henry B. Abbey now wears a very
-, remarkable straw hat, evidently Australian.
It la large and straw, and Is encircled by a
I very pale blue Juvenile band. There Is
' nothing else like It on Broadway.
Illchard Mansfield will present "Dr. Jekyll
anil Sir. Hyde" at tho Garden Theatro to-
' morrow night. It tbo weather remains as
cool as It Is at presont. The heat of tho early
part of the week rendered It Impossible for
tl'e actor to keep his make-up on. This was
an ovll that waj generally deplored at tho
II theatre.
- ...
Walter Gale, Penman Thompson's Happy
Jack," goes with "The Old Homestead"
dacaln this season, which will bn his fifteenth
with this attraction. The advisability of re
maining for a protracted period with any one
company U often questioned by actors.
2J It is generally conceded to be an unwise
theoiy to bpend more than two seasons In
i an organl7utlon. After two seasons m
the same company an acnr gets Into a groove,
nnil a groove Is often fatal. Mr.Gale, bowewT,
l very comiortablo thanks. lie has gained
' tuenty-slx pounds durtnir tho bummer, and
ho has not lost tho wonderful cough ihnt
mule Happy Jack one of the features of " Tho
1 Old Homestead."
i . .
(Ilbert Sarony has been engaged for " Miss
Htlyett." He will npnear on tbe stage lor
two minutes, contributing a brief put poluted
sketch of a French dancing-master.
3 Henry Irving made an amusing speech at
Ulnu'i'stir the other day. when, with Miss Kl-
len 1 uny, he celebrated the centenary of the
Ol luccster Theatre. Among a wealth of rc-
. maris Mr. IrMnsald that there was a wlde-
uprend liaull of treating popular actors as oc-
ugeijailnns betore their time, and he could
ni.lv hiippose that It arose from the native
J mi rei.co ot people In England for anclont in-
n Mlimlons. lie beard some people discussing
. Mr '1 null's age. "Toole, " said ono of them,
' "vliy I know him it ry well. He uttibl lie
tr ilplny If he's a day." In Ing said that people
liui neon mine to make, him utile. o
thai he wasa Gloucestershire tnati. Hefound
IK i lui ivilble, hnnrvcr, foijnorn the fact that
!ih iiim hjw tho light lu fcomcrsetshhe. He
m did not, uiifnrtunnielj, possess tho enviable
,k i -tire of oorno distinguished public men,
,, ww Mere icadrtii nrtlrm without a blush
" 'lu' they were born in any place whero they
or happened to be asked to dinner.
VaiMgi-rK I). Prlcols besieged with appll-
muls lui p'.slllJiiS In 'Miss lleljett. A
n i.'imhei of thm are women who hate neier
.i le it upim the ntnge. The think that In
Mrs. tuner's company they would feel very
c u i liable, as Mr". Carter would be but one
u w abon alidad or tbetn. Mr. Prhe has engaged
r it Washington girl, who Is said to be ery
II prctt) , and a gentle churcli.cbolr singer, w ho
j !. icporleU to be the possessor of a ery good
1 1 Ice
I .
a " Iioso Michel " as It Is now being played at
the Windsor Is what Is known as a "snap."
M It s not to go out on tho road as a regular
f J. II. Haierlv has positively assumed con-
u trolof ihe Kmerbon Mlnbtrels. lie has taken
el en cfllee In New York, and has now po-lilvely
It Inunchid foith once more Into the world of
. lh ntilialb. W. II. Lylenshas been engagid
I, t i macnge George T. L'lmer's play, " The
" oluntcer," for Mr. Haverlj.
j" McKee Hankln writes to say that he Is not
M golngoutln "Tho lianlles" this beason, but
r" will in'ry out all bis contracts as previously
"" aiiunged.
. -
Id A Tusk.
r-i I',. Clull.l'r unit rtr"..Ar.
ll.ishattay Look hero, did you go up In ray
room last night and tuio the only clean shirt
at Tiaers-Yes; 1 had to go to a ball.
,t l)as'iaa Then therolsonlj one thing I
would like to know. How, in tnunder dldjou
git It on over your nerve I1
An Urjront Case.
S-mall Boy Mother's blck this mornln' an'
bhe sent this note.
Doctor (readlDg note) "Please come at once,
doctor, as I ha e a bad spell of dlsspepshler."
Well, )es. I should say she had a very bad
smll. John, bring the buggy round right
rt away.
Mat Wixblow's Sootuiko Hvacr forohlldrn
tMUiloxrcfU tho child aud comfort th.mothir.".
' ii
Anyhow, tho Gianta Aro OIobo
to tho Eeanoaters.
Naucy Hanks Ijowers Ilor Kecord
to 2.V1X at Rochester.
That little theory by which the Windy
Cltys could bo dropped Into third place "Just
as easy," failed Ignomlnlously yesterday. In
In the first place Chicago won. In the soo
ond place New York and Boston did not win.
The scheme worked backward, and
Anson continued on his upward way.
Tho Giants aro a very dcceptlvo ag
gregation. When you think you know Just
what they will do, look out for squabbles.
Cleveland loaned a helping hand by defeating
the Beaneatcrs and holding them In their
relative position. The Ansonlans aro
Just 16 points In tho van ot the
Giants, who must play vastly better
ball It they hope to close the gap. Philadel
phia nandlcd the nttsburgerswllhout gloves,
and was the only Eastern club that won. The
Association games resulted as follovts: Hos
ton, 7; Cincinnati, l. Baltimore, 2: Louis
ville, 1. Athletics, 0; Columbus, 5. St. Louis,
11 ; Washington, G. The record to date Is:
mm. Won fa'l. A' vIm'h. in,.. M. A',
Chlciro 69 88 .691 Beaton, . i M .HR4
Boitnn . S 3R .67BHI Lnnli. ft 87 (14
Nr York 49 80 .616 Blltlmora 66 SO .6X6
rhlltdel 47 44 MS Athl.tlo 60 40 6'J1
Brooklyn 43 4S 483 Columbm 47 63 .476
ClateUnd 44 KO 46 Olncinn'tt 43 66 .431)
Cfnclnn'll 38 66 .409 IjihImIII 35 (ft .340
HtUbnrx 36 60 .886 Wub'ton 30 63 .313
Nancy Hanks, the five-year-old maro who Is
to go in the stake race at I ndependence against
Allerton In two weeks, delighted the lovers of
trotting at Rochester yesterday by lowering
her record of 2.14 to S.12M. Doble drove her,
and tbe mare moved so easily that It was evi
dent she could have gone a trine faster. The
quarters were done in agtj, 33 33H and 32H
seconds. Doble wanted to make the last quarter
tbe best one, and when he found how quickly
he had gono tbe first, he eased up to tbe
third, and tbo maro finished strong at a S.OU
gait. The runner that started to accom any
Nancy was not equal to this and fell back,
coming home Just where he would havo been
most useful. Later Uoblo sent Nancy from
the half-mile pole to the wlro In l.oovj. tbe
last quarter In 31)4 seconds.
TbeStuyvesant Athletic Club, of Harlem,
has secured Oct. 81 and 23 for its annual
boxing tournament, which will be held at
Lyceum Opera-House The preliminaries
will take plarc on tho former and the final
bouts on tbe latter date.
P. Levy, the Rtuyvesant's youngest athlete,
Is now In third pi ice for tho all-round cham
pionship of the i luh, as a result of his good
work In tho Club's recent games.
(lus Muller, of ban Kranci3C0, has chal
lenged Abe Willis, who was dofeatcd by
George Dixon.
The Hell Gate Iloat Club, of Astoria, has
made elaborate urrnngem"nts toenlettnln Us
friends noxt Monda). 'I he Hell Gates will
spend tho day at Cornwcltou Orovo, on tuo
The lacrosse team of the Lorlllard Athletic
Club will en ss sticks ulth the Now York
Athletic Club to-?iorrow nfternoou on the
club grounds, Oakland and lioboken avenues,
Jersey City.
TheLorlHardsv.Ul meet tbe Athletic Club
of theSchujlklll Navy at Philadelphia, Aug.
22, and the Manhattan Athletic Club Aug. 21).
Pat Klllen, the heavv-welght champion of
the NorthweBt, has written the Huolivited
.News that he Is willing to flght nuy man In
the country, barring Jobn L. hulllvan, for u
stako of m,U00 to 2.fi00 before the club
offering tho largest purso.
Charles Grcensllt Is the winner of tho
second division of the croquet tournament.
now on ot Norwich, Conn. The winner of tho
first dlvlblon will probably be made known
A despatch from the camp of tho American
Canoo Association at Nlllsboio Point, Lrke
champlalu, states Unit rain has mado tho
canoeists very uncomfortable thus far. Tbo
coursos have been laid nut and the races of
the aunu.il meet will begin to-morrow.
The Easterr Baseball Association Is aliout
on Its last legs. Providence and New Haven
have -dgnllUd their intention to disband, and
the others aro very unsteady. 1 ho Associa
tion win mi et In this city early next week to
take final action.
A despatch from Illchard K. Fox states that
the National C lub, of Loudon, Ins decided to
offer a purse of 42,600 for a right between
Fred Johnston, the feather-weight champion
of England, and George Dixon, the tolored
thamplon. Tho Club will allow DUou r0U
lor expenses.
The Cosmopolitan Cricket Club was de
feated yestcrdo by the New Jersey Athletic
Club team at Bayonne by a scoro ot 43 to 40.
V. S. Hall has defeated F. P. Hovey and Is
the winner or the liar Harbor tennis tourna
ment by winning two out of three sets.
At the Unknown Gun ciub'H contest nt
HcvKrParK jesterday, there was a warm
light fir hrst place, lljde, McGlnntSb, I'lynn
and Plato tit a. in the shoot-off Plato won by
killing seven birds straight.
The Olorlnna won the prize cup In tho spe
cial race yesterday. This event brought the
cruise of the New York Yatht Club to an end.
The Hem captains met on tho flagship Electra
and officially disbanded the lleet.
. . "
Willie Kennv. of Jersey Cltv, tho 1 Impound
rliumiiloiiiif tbe Amatiur Athletic I'nlun, Is
abiut to try conclusions with Alex. Galllgher
for any part of 500, with kid gloves. Kenry
bested Gulllgher at Trenton, N. J., recently
In a boxing tournament, henny wants to
becomo a professional.
(I. B. Charlock and George Outhout will
shoot at 100 birds. Hurllngh in rules, for
I $5.")U a side at Beck's grounds, Ityo Beach,
I-. . . .
The regatta of the Long Island Squadron of
the Corinthian Navy will be sailed to-morrow
off Larchmont.
Mr. William II. Lord. Treasurer of the
Gotham Wheelmen, will early next month
The Story of a Brave Woman and Her
Saving of a Ship.
'I lie old ship Vincent seemed to be one
' ot those craft that, according to tho
"i theory of sailors, are doomed to ill fate,
9 James Marshall, a young man from New-
- lort. It. I., bad beon her captain for five
years, and dnrinp; that time sho bad been
twico "knocked down;" onco bad she
j arnod away her foremast, and at the
time of which we write the old ship was
doiked nt Liverpool undergoing repairs
from a serious damage she bad recoived
ilnriug u heavy calo in St, George's Chan-
J el. but in all these mishaps the owners
had b'on forcod lo acknowledge that tbo
ouug captain was entirely free from
blame, while, on tbe other hand, be bal
ade better timo" in bis trips than
any other muster had aver b.ouabU to got
t outoihar.
Tbo last damage which the Vincent re
reived pioved to be tbe oocasiou of tbe
dawning of a new era in tbe life of Capt.
Marshall, for while waiting iu Liverpool
for his ship to be repaired be fell in with
a blooming New England girl named
Lmina ltamsey, the eldeht daughter of
the agent who did the business for tbe
Vincent's owners, and ere long they dis.
covered that between them there oxittcd
n eculiar feeling of mutual love. Cupt.
Marshall popped the delicate question.
Emma consulted with her papa, uud at
length khe consented to become Mrs.
Marshall. It wns a happy day tor all
parties when tbo marriage took place,
for from the known characters of the
bridegroom and his beautiful bride all
felt aura that tho match would provu one
of peace and oonttnt,
start ou a trip that Is decidedly novel. He
will leavo New York for Richmond, Ya., by
boat, and from thoro will then visit all the
principal battle fields of the late war, riding a
cushioned tire wheel (safety) all the way. Ills
route embraces ail polnta of interest. Includ
ing Petersburg, Cold Harbor, Spotsylvania
Court-tlousr, wilderness, Chancellorsvllle,
Fredericksburg, Bull Hun, Gettysburg and
Vlcksburg. Mr. Lord Is a veteran of thelato
war, he having served three years In a Mass
achusetts regimont. TIo would bo pleased to
hear from any wheelman who would like to
undertake the trip, uo oxpocta to bo gono
about three weeks.
A Disturbing Element.
IFroi Judfii.
Mr. Brlckett (In a loud w hlsper) Dcac'n I
Voice from the Anteroom Whad?
Mr. Brlckett Doan' shek dem dices s' hard.
D' congergashun ctln't hcab mo 'spostulatlu'
wlv' 'm.
Mutual Sympathy.
Yum Judg. )
Nick (the Jockey) Yo's lookln' all broko up
dis mawnln', Joo.
Joo (another) Yas ; I dun got throwed In
d' las' rac ylsterday.
Nick I's wusscr off 'n yo' is. I trowed d'
So Itrrtore-nt,
tfrowl rA Jt'ittitn .Vein
Farmer Jajseid Bet ycr life 1 be an Alli
ance man; uud I hain't agoln' tor vote for
Harrison cf he's nominated ng'ln 1
friend Why, what's the trouble?
Farmer Jayseed Trouble I He don't know
notliln'. I wrote tew him, an' askid him
whkhwas best tew fell my glass stiimJIu'
or watt till It was mowed, and ho bald ho
Too Spiritual.
Tram Puck J
" I onco wrote a ghost story for the VeeUy
Balloon, and "
"Was It a good one?"
"In ono way It was, and In another it
wasn't. Its literary finish was exquisite ; but
the ghost nev or walked."
A Vordlct Explained.
from 7'uci.
Judge Gentlemen of the JuVy, your verdict
Is not In accordance with the evidence.
Foreman May It please the cou't, the evi
dence was not In accordance with tho facts.
Finders AH Thumbs.
;vc l
S.-9. Teacher Porno of the giants of olden
times had bx linger on each hand.
Jimmy (a pupil) That's nothln'. Some of
do New York" Giants liau live thumbs.
Awaro of Her Fowors.
Vnin re.l
Mr. Flubdub What speaking eyes Miss
Miss de Tract And how well sho knows
howtonso them, she merely stales nt you
when you try to engage her lu conversation.
A Particular Fit.
From I'ueh.
Customer This coat doesn't fit; It's too
tight across the breast.
inltor Ypu want to take about fifty dollars
out of your lnstdo pocket nnd It'll be all right.
Cuhlons havo been reduced to .'10 seconds.
Pneumatics will bo penalized tour minutes,
as heretofore.
The Wheolinen's ltaclng circuit will open at
Kochester Aug. 11).
J. W. Halsey Is doing some very rapid and
clev er work on tho road courses.
Tbe second series ot races will be held over
the FJlrabeth-l'laljilold course.
combination club-rooms havo proved futile
In the metropolitan district ot late.
The Captalu of the Gotham Whelmen will
take the club to Coney Island Sunday.
somo of the fcchuylklll Navy Wheelmen aro
making excellent records tor thiinclves.
George bml hlioneof tbn most prumlilng
speeders among tho Hlverslde Wheelmen.
I The Kings County Whedmen stand u good
I chance for first prize tn the coming races of
the Wheeimtn's ltaclng League.
1 here teems to lm a Uash of dates between
1 the Manhattan Athletic Club's meet and tho
meet of the Elizabeth Wheelmen. Both are
Bchtduied tor Mpt. 21).
Tho Wheelmen's ltaclng League met at tho
club house ot the Harloui Wheelmen last
night and made arrangements for the Fall
runs. President F- 11. llajmond presided.
The clubs represented were the Kings
County Wheelmen, the Brooklyns, the Ham
biers, the New Yorks, the Gothams and tho
Hurlems. The races will taku place sept. 12.
The runs to-morrow are: Alalintas to
Hutherford; finglewoods to Iluckensack ;
Last Orange C clers to Bridgeport; Business
Men's Cycling League to Iluhway; Kings
County Wheelmen to Elizabeth; Orange
Wheelmen to Habway, and the Illverslde
Whcelmtd to Englewood.
Tho Vincent was once more reidy for
the sea. Her cargo was all on board, and
shipped for Boston, and Emma bad re
solved to accompany her husband to the
United Stales. For a number of days
tbe weather was pleasant, and tho wind
was fair, while Capt. Marshall felt him.
bclf supremely happy in tbe delightful
company of his wife. The old sailors
shook their beads as they saw tbo geutlo
Emma pacing the deck, and they very
mysteriously asseited that "such pleas
ures couldn't always last," und so in
Iced, it proved . for ut the close of a
pleasant day, vvlion they weru within
tbreo or four days' anil of their destined
port, things began to look anything but
agreeable. Away to tbo southVd and
east'rd the hoiiion began to assume u
sort of inky blackness, with here and
there a ghostlike, livid spot, while on all
bands the heavens bad changed their
etherrul bine for a cast of deeper and
wore fearful import.
Capt. Marshall felt as he had never felt
. befiio ou the approach of a storm. For
liinuclf, for his ship, ha bad no thought
then. 'J here was one on board who en
grossed his every sympathy for his
young wife he felt & degree of intense
. anxiety that was painful, but hs forgot
I not his duty, and with comparative calm-,
Photographs of Daily Lifo All
Ovor tho Country.
A Physician's Tall Tarn and Its
Morltoa Hobuko.
On ono occasion, when several physi
cians bad met, tbs conversation ran to
tbo extraordinary things which n human
being might swallow and still live, says
loufA'i Cvmjkinlon,
The familiar stories about swallowing
silver dollars, sets of false teeth and so on
had been related, wliou Dr. Longbow be
gan to speak.
"Two years ago," ho said. "I was
cnlled iu great haste to attend a carpen
ter in my town, though the message
(aid that beyond ilnulit thn man wad
already dead, for he had. while holding a
largo gimlet In his mouth at his work,
suddenly beeu taken with a tit ot
hiccoughs and swallowed tho eimlot.
' ' Hut when I arrived nt tho tnnu's
house I found him 'very comfortable.
The gimlet, gentleman, gavo him no
trouble at all to digest. "
Thero was silence for n moment. Pres
ently one of the other doctors remarked :
' ' With you tor his physician. Longbow,
tho man was lucky that it was mil v agiui
lot that ho undertook to swallow."
' ' What do you mean ?"
" Why, if he bad tried to swallow ono
of your storios It would have choked him
to death."
A Peculiar Old Man Who Llvos In a
Wostorn Shanty.
Opposite tho post office, on tho east side
of Jnckson street, stauds a row of tbo old
est and most nckjty shanties in Ban Fran.
Cisco, says the Call of that city.
Perhaps the most wretched of all the
dens is No. 312, Tbe number is ou one
side of tho door in red chalk. This place
was onco occupied by a cnrpeuler named
Curtis, but bo is deud nud another occu
pant has taken possession.
Tho now teuau is hu old man named
Jimmy Moore. He is a prcullur mull all
around, but Ills chief characteristic is tbo
manner in which ho sleeps
Although he has the wholo tmublo
down apartment nt his disposal, rent tree,
and a ricketv old lounge to lio ou. bo )ir
fers to sleep in a tiuuk. It's it Saratoga
of tbevintago of 1K36 '
As old as Mr. Moore hiniRolf, it sluniis
off in ono corner oiwi.lo a rick cliimuov. '
It is only four feet in length, while tho
ten nt is five feci hn o iinnos. How hoi
cmwils himself into it and sleeps al all is
ono thing that Mr. Moore aloim under
stands. 'I lie eilf h are covered with dirty
piecos of old carpet.
A Minister's Awkward Break in Ho
cnxd to a Child.
A well known clergyman of Pittsburg I
was riding m'a Peun avenue car the other
day, when a lady ami child got aboard.
Bays the Pittsburg ChrontiU Titejitapli.
Tho miuis'.or gallantly offered his seat,
as the car was crowded, nud it was gra
ciously accepted.
As tho geutli man hung to the strap with ,
one hand lie putted the child's bead with
the other, nnd the following conversation
" Fino child, njadam."
"Yes. sir."
" Very lino, indeed."
" We think so. It is tho only one we
" I am very fond of children."
Tho lady nodded.
" Now turn boy will grow to bo n groat
comfort to you, and perhaps n support.
You ought to bo very proud of him."
" Yes, sir."
' Wlint is his nome ?"
" A num."
At this the wholo car roared. The min
ister joined in the merriment, but not in
a hearty maimer.
Ho asked no more questions, however.
But It Fatlod to Work and Ho Wob
Minus a Hat.
The smart man was walking along tho ,
street, when his hat blew off, says tho ,
Iudianapolib Journal.
" Now," said he to his companion, " I
shall not take the trouhlo to chase that
derby. Bomo good Samaritan will savo
mo the trouble. Thero! That little
colored bootblack has caught it nlready.
He'seveu brushing it III. tbero ! Ilor,
you I Where's that infernal nigger
goiue ?"
Then tho smart man started to run,
but by the time ho reached the alley, up
which the good Samaritan hud tied, tho
g. S. whs out of sight, iilsn tliu hut.
"If you over sav a word about this,"
mill tho smart man, as 1m ltturued to bis
friend, " 1'li paralyze yuu. Lot's go uud
tako something ufter I liuvu bought
another hat."
Battery Park Concert.
Bayne's Sixty-ninth BegUnc-nt Band will I
gtveaconcert In Battery l'urk this evening,
commencing at t o'clock. Tho programme Is
a varied ana attractive one.
Why He Noedod It.
(Yom lA. 'Idfrurv Ttlfgrttph.
" Why do you ask for time on this little ac
count?" asked a Pittsburg man of Bhlvvers.
"I thought It you gave me enough time I
would be able to pay It," replied bblvters,
" for time is money. '
liens be set nbout it. Tbe courses were
hauled up and snugly furled, tho lighter
sails taken in and tbe lofty yards anil top
gallant masts sent on deck, and tho three
topuuls close reefod.
Long before the sun went down tho un
dulating ocean had assumed almost the
blackness of night, and not many mo
ments elapsed alter tho spars had been
secured upon tbe dock etc tbe storm burst
upon the ship. It was a regular south
easter, and those who have encountered
ono of these storms in tho gnlf know
something of their power. Higher and
higher rose tho mighty tempest, until nt
length it wan found necessary to tako in
the topsails and trust to the foro and wain
storm staysails and a bulaucu reefed
spanker. Iu this way tho slip lay to till
morning, the gale increasing overy hour.
Capt. Marshall trusted that when the
sun rote on tho next day tbe storm would
abate, but iu this he was disappointed,
fur n part of the forenoon ho was actually
obliged to scud before it. It was not mi-1
til two staysails had been torn from their I
bolt rope that he fully explained his an-1
ticipatious and tbo extent of his fears to!
bis wife, I
" Emma," said he. " I vrish I had npt I
brought you with me. " '
I " Why so " she oikid, as she gaxtd up I
So Jlipy 1
Veb ?,& -l i-rfoe WorcfA
WSr?SS roU J ! special. ;
Xffr j UNTIL SEPT. 3Q. ,;; jH
!l5,25,30Discount. I
Tht fiirnltnr worker of lino Oottchalk tnil
Popp htvn urr(1et1 in getting th uttiv itour day
iHlitftl iMmllrh lift brum lHtiMl Walking Dele
gate and N (irusuin 'Iri'Murar of tbe 1'dU
mikrra Union
8YTltehiiitr Uniou Ho 10 tin flrctr.l T. I'
Krnan, Muter M ,.I Cotinnm, Hn onlUm twere
tarjr 11 II Still, Financial hm.rtUi7
Thf hratl'piartcri of Ulrlalun No 11, f the
Lfttdtrttr- I'lilm) l'rot'Ctlv No. let f, lit been re
niufiul lo 144 HletH ktr airtt
And now ni thn rmhl'iltlnTitM rlrtnati'l that
thrtclt)tif New Vurli nhouM rnvn nnd urat the
Clevaie 1 roa In ho "111 he unit ' .
Til Trvclpt at th (rnnerl oiliro of the .lonrney
men Ilrewt m' Natinnal Unt m lt week were
4ilJ Afi they jme iroin nt loral ntiKine
Thahop4 an 1 district) f ('n;r Maker' Union
No. Ill are taking a x"'ieral vnt iimuthn iueetiou
of whether or not in para hiun I.afor Day
Abont lit t y hnlldlnir tra leu workmen were ordered
n-i utrike yevtenlar on t ie new V irrell Ituildtnc,
KW hty-foiirth etret anil Klrhth ateuue, when
non nnhin men hml liein iniplned
alklnp Detenate Ro'iert Healtie, of the Itrook
1 ii furpentiTH, ordered tttriku yenterilAy on Imlld
Intra In (lean atreet, Nlntn tr et ami Clinton ave
nue aaalnat nun-uniuu uiou lhiay were suu-
Ll flit
The new otrlrf-nt of the farnieu'R ITnlmi So IK) fire
Wtlimil) - e, thief O M I inui, HftcniMlinr
Soor tnr WiUlntu . llariNttii, ClnauiUl Mec re
ts ry (lerirvti lJnrhlerTrotttrer.
The t,taetrer, Laliorera' Un'ou holda an Impor
tant merthiff at '2I't J'ant l'nrt) eeventh atrert thin
eentoj( All men In the trade not ret a mlttmlan
rem 1 nue J that the Inltlatlun fee will be raled lie it
I ho American Ionmnlnt AranclAtlon Une-i notue
ofthnheai r f rm literature of tne dy Her t-ith
ItpuhlUhed "ThelNlUoj l eatln," ' Socialism
InhneUml," " An Htmeit Dollar " ami two prli
eifia)4 ui'M hlld Ihor "
The machine workern at Bonn Kertrher'a hop do
not re' cIvb union waei liiorUr to iiit tlieni
In oamiielHnv Kertehertn pty the tirale th metn
bern if Kurnlt'tre Wotkern' Uolou No 7 will Tenl
ually ifo on airlke
Theae ofllrera have recently ben elected I v l'lr
men'a lioral Union No 4iT Win Orevn, Manltr ,
l t Kn m)1i, hecrefrT. I M Uowo, (Ntllertor,
.John W llealle, He.eUrr,l W Gardner, Maculae
I'nltefl llittcherH' Union Vo I will not parade on
LdhiT !., 1ml they will ,o to the plcmo of the
(.'antral Labor lVrlPratloti A committee i nt work
fctdlatlnc the llrooklyn butuhim to retranlio
Iron ilojihlorn' ITtjtnn No GO amit 1 traielllnir
car irt to 11 member I ant month, 8 meml ert rw
euapaniled, 15 were initiate I and 'J hamdUl Sec
tbtiry Wni Connolly reports that tho UiiIdu la
dolnx well
Htone Ctitton' Ioeal Union No 05 haa elected
W Mvraey I'resiilent, Daniel Huee)l, , Ice
l'reftlJent, .lame Mifern, t'orrenpondtna; hecre
tary, 1 . t' t'tiArhanneau. rinruiclal Becrctary,
iluhnMhite, Truisnrer ' Oarruthert, Tyler
Trio United Hrowery Vorkmvn have a complaint '
aratiiat the men working at llerter'a furniture
chop Thev are rhanri d with drlnklnir pool beer
Kurtiltnro Nutkt-ra' Union tiu 7 la iuvratUallnic
tuo matter,
Th initiation fe of the Tin and Sheet Iron Work
er Unloim of New York and tlcltilty lm Wen
made uniform, 1U The Nuw York Union will
parade with the l enttal Labor Union on Itatwr
Day Tfctlt atrllo ha beu ludontU by the House
smiths' Union
Thre mlHIoii women and children earn their own
IMtiir in thU country becauae their huaha id and
fathers cannot earn enough to aupport their faint
Ilea, and their number ifi Intreaainc every t!a in
tha eui tt httt will It all mid 1
llie attempt if a. few ilhventern to orvanlte a
union lu opposition to the I'piio tereri' I nlon hai
been a failuro Thero were only all men who were
wllltne to eecede fmii th' union, aud the uw con
rem ba not material I rewl
lho Hierutlre I'.uard of the IMann-MaVera' Union
hati relerreil the Imitation of t'itfat tlonera' Union
No 7 &n I t'jttere' Union No 4 to a totif r'nie ftir
thu purpone of formlup a net centra' bo iy to the
(irand Lodge for mtluii Thn Union wi I parale
with the Central Labor todnratlon
Baker' Union No 40 haa elected these ofroera
faadom Leherle, President, Otto HadlofT, i .
Hrldiit, ( (lauirrr, Unsocial Secretary (leor
Belre, Treaajrrr, L. Laden Uorre(itlDf nd
HeoordlnK Secretary ( ('lamliit, K:'Rnt at
Aruw L Uittfr, William Kaufman aud John
Mueller, Truatoea
The Lineman and Miremeu, of LmmtlUe Ky ,
bar organized and their union ban alread) one
hundred inviiibin Thy joined the AiiietUali
rederatlon itf Labor The Linemn'a At mbly or
Kanlred by t'io hnighU of Labor in thtatity durliiif
the Telegraphen' atilke in tdtjt whlib lapted long
affi, la to be refit eJ
Thehoyiott againut (lharleti S oelky for haltig
acb" bar jltiirin hU aaliKjn will bucoml lered
hthe I'leutHe Jbrd of 1-uriilture WorLera'
Unifin Nu 7 on Hituriay eTenlnit, at itftl Thirts
tHonil atreet The Uniou haa voted not to parada
I mi La bur Day
The roce u of riKannakera' Union No H, whoa
mamterahlp U 47'J at preaant, were $1G,44U J4
dnrlog the la-t aii moutht The eipeuditxn
amounted to H7,l.fiA, among which fl.hjj 4 1
ft rrick bonerlu aud Vljtt'J.&U lor meiuberw oat of
I'rof Fly, of Johna Hopklna Unlverntr la
authority for the alatviu ant that there are J, (joo 00
paupCM In theae United State., and Dr Strong,
the well-known tatlatlclau, aaya that the wraith
of Ainerban ( hurb uie ruber amojnta lo over
Ilraoch D, United Machlnlata, hai fonnd that It
doe not pay to procure non-union memlxra ein
ploynivnt thrmgh their labor bureau, as recently
vera! tutu whom they gave place hare refuted to
into ber liunbftntl's fuco with apparcut
" Why 6o? Do you uot coiuprobeud
" Hut tho iblp does not leak, docfi it?"
returned Kurnia with remarkable cool,
"No." '
'Tbeu let us not fear tbe 6torin. Was
born upon tbe Atlantic, aud I fflol that I
can t trust to my native tdemont."
The enptniu wqh ttKtouished nt this trait
in hu witu'b character, ami clasping her I
in hn arms he felt his own soul swelling
with a new life.
' Emilia," ho Raid, as he uazei) more
nfTecttountoly thau ever into bor fuce.
' my heaviest fears aro part. Tor you
alone havo I feared the mort; now I cuu
calmly tell you wherein lUs our dancer.
This storm has dm en us far out ot our
couruu, aud twice have we been bcudding '
beforo It. I fear that tho coart of Muiuo
cauuot bo far to the leeward, and of that
coast I know nothing sate what I may
gather from my chart. For us to lay to
is next to Impossible. The rising sea
has rendered our rtayaaila useles. aud
I have been obliged to eet the closo reefed
main topsail, but she cannot bold it
My hosbanuV' returned Emma, I
lf J JataatoaXyaafc ,-lLt -auI. -,
Join, although they made appllrtitlon when they
were ut employed. The member htTe now been
enjoined from telling any uteldera wheie work
mar )' I'' Neit week thedjea ar to be rained
It la claimed that through the hoymtt nonlnul
the Anheuner ttonch Itrewbig ( nmtiani for din
crlmlnatltia aalnut the hniclilu of Lai t r that
rnnrern anht V"t (MM barrel of I f r leee Dun Ihe
I'abat Brewing t iniiany laat year, whi e i i fo-mer
jeara ita aalea wrr lar ahead of all lt toiupettb ra
"Tho prdncerof cotton, inrn, wheat and tlier
iirolmla are ctoitfiiliig akalnt the holder of
iHindaa d nob! the I bor rt in the wrr'd'e great
imrveat Held ngaiut the I undholdT and m ip n
dinner, and t n are determined t iMeithrow the
e)leiu whb h I enlattii; tho million ami onrKh
luttheffw ' t tun Jim
The lace wentern of the An erkau Li e Com pant,
at I trho"'ie. L I wtio eeie impoited to tti I
I'niiutrv Ut tear from Notllnitha'D, Ltu'UTtd, are
nil etrike tu obtain r'i lih ree from 1H tn'I
perwerk Thee aay that at Jirenent th) do not
arn, conmnraiUeiy a much m they 'id in Fnn
lan 1 About 17r pr-ona will bn Involved lu the
atiike ah'iuld It continue
To every Htrlke Iht dellarthat neither eat nor
drink, tt e iub f th" f oil rtncn, en I the (.' 'U uf
themilltU and the IMnkertofM, tunether with ti
etillte ipiinratun of the State nr on the n1e the
boo) win e i n the other el le e Hint iiumi h hutt
thtrat) lift f nuked and nit to be liHmeln it tt
the men i n power lea would bo luo victor if tlU'
knew how to uae the ballot
Typographical Union No SS ha Dane I a tte
nienl retarding the MrtVe at the n rf nfli e.whoH
manaer want to ionipt their prlntere to work
Rirn data tr week 1n Union ear that eiuh
policy "la atbltrnrt, unjtitt ami corroive, ami we
call upon the pnbll to i oitnteuauce and atlat u
Jnnnr Mtruggle for oui rlaht ' All otht r tupera
In llrooklyn have iompiind with the demands of
the Union
The United Wood Can era' Aeao ltoi hat in
etrutted It meml era working for Wh !, TutterA
l'uge, Htook )ii to dmauil t e iti t hour Ml
i ew'y iiuiiiigrated carter will be charged r ii
llintion fee mid the ar not a Imllted unloea tl -j
haie applied for tltt en' papeia Trank
ltalmee waa re-elected Walking Do'tgale
T member out of emidoyment Typographical
Union No 274 gate 3't lt month aud the n k
beiipflt amoontod to H J A rmjuent from the
So itlUt Labor party to glto them a Hat of the
liltiiiN if the tuembrre fur electloneeting imtpnsoa
linn brcu r 'ner 1 tera Artier and ItTiduid
liaw I een elected delegate to t he rnnfereiue by
which It la liittiideil to form a new central body
At next wetVn MiTnlir meeting of the .Tonrner
men Tailor' Prote tlte and Penevotent Unun th
telecatei to the Kt IMiia onventon will make
their ropirt I be national hfid(juirt ra will ie
maln In U-Ucltr Tre n al unlone will be rran
Ire 1 int Putt ilUtrlria ami lerrltorlea Necretsry
I.ennnn and Treasurer erner hate liven re-elected.
Mfra Lennouanl e T dtenhouaei are the leie
rtn to t ie contention to be held Hi 11 irra Ingham,
Ala , iu 18'JJ
To the HI striking tullora of boanea llerrbrunn t
Moekowltz, ( Kientiiu an I Char lea Iriel CH
were paid )e terdi v I j the Mrike t ommltteo or the
llrotherhoiMl ot Tallore Nit one of the men hati
1 ecrrtue a at al a.th i igh Sabmnkeepfi r L iemf tn
80 Norfolk atreet, haa tried all aorta of tnducemtuta
to perauade the men into rrMiinilng work The
bnanea aent a meaa inT to the hea binartera of he
atttkera, lbU ItMge atreet, yesterday, aakimr lor a
conference criiimitte. but be waa told that the
bueaes muit coma to huudjuartera themaeltea
luliaa Nteli, TiOT Itroadway, and hla foremen
I are ieen tr)lnr to compel their clnakmaker to
abandon the Union I ommltteu wero aet t to
Strln, but he rt-fud to toufer wild them lh- re
upon the men. about 4I" .went ou atnkeye tarday
At IMeilmann'N ahopa, 3 Vj I aual atreet, a. id Jl -tl
Llspeunrd ktret at oil All'l men atluek at the
Name time acan et tool nual rdm tlona of wag
a mount In if, aa the atrikera aay to "0 an 1 41) per
cent I--ledlindwr ilroa had proinlael to raiae
tne wagea rgain bi Aug IU, but iheydid m t keep
lht-lr proniUe and the nevotiatloua with the trm
wtreiutrln The atrike win llnally precipitated
when aeteral uniou men were arbitrarily dl
ihrge, The headf tartrri of tho etnkru ia at
mlUtlngluu street
CanVnc Evonti.
Hnow, rimrLh A t'n.S nnnual oAcurrilon to
HlKliUml IU'ulIi, N. J , v.lll Iih nmilu t -rum-row.
The sioamtr stit llln., fliartentt fnr
lluMtcritblnu, MU liao tUo fool or Fia.ikllu
atlceLutW a. i.
Tin I'coplf'n HitlH. proMeil !) tlte Nm
ork asvkIuUi a f r JiiiproMn thfCoitilpion
of tin Poor, ttlll in fonunll) ript.n' uct
ilDiiJuy. 'lUe bJtli.li'JU' la ai U Ctntiu Mar
ket plACO.
Tbot iiipto)tHof Kilt(inlObcnnlorf A ( n.,
of mi't! llroadttat, will go lo ltrltrlitin Ppih h
tn-ujnrnm In lullj-hu tuadun on Itnlr Ural
aniiUul uuiluy.
.Positive Gyre
I for IOST nr 1 AII.IMC ,'ITI.ITV r.ninil ml
iNiuvni". ni.iiii.n-Y h'..i,;;., ,r " i .!,;'
lluil, Kllerti ir 1'rrur. or J.n ( in Old r ounr
Mow t i.l,rs0 nj Ireiiirthvn UIAI, L Mil
, VH)1TII (inilA.Sii1lrAUri()FIIO(Y Ah
lolutel) ut.fm.i.iir HUMI.niI.ATMI.NI l-.uru
HiaiUy Mtiitr.till Irum&tl m,ii, ,uj l ir.in
1 outitritt Vtit thvtii 1pi riilv liu.1. .,.
Iiltuttionind troof. inAllrHlispkloiij fn AuJrt.
, JjIMi: tll.thc'Al. CO.. til Mutu .l"
"tliouish joh may know notliini; of Uio
rodht of Mmno. t thero aru bul few
siotB nloiic t.et russeil klmrtH Hint r
not as p avcrouiiils to mo. M falliiT
wnii for j cur a mnojor of her ihiumN
and ImrLors. ami I ua am cuimtaut com.
Iixnion. 'lo me her cliffs uinl mlots pre
tent uotliiuc that can alarm m "
Hurilly liail ho icneil (.itakmK wht'ii
a hari crack like tho irport of a piMoi
tonniled from alolt, followcil liy a tcarinc
nnd crauliiun that slniiul tha captain to
bin feet
" The iiiaintops.iil hns enno!" he 01
cluiincd, und immediately ho sprang iiiou
A cam the fclilp wni put before the pnlc,
and for iomtu! n onientH Cupt. MuibIiiiII
wh lindi'Cided what to do. Whilo in this
quandary he felt n hand hud upon Inn
shoulder, nud ou turning ho beheld lim
wife. .She had a "sou'wester upon her
head and a peujacket buttoned clobcly
aljout hor.
" What U the matter Jumes?" she said.
The hualmud eiplaiuod hla perploxitv.
A itiance look of feurlehuien nud con
fidence retted upon that fair nouinu'u
face, and looking for a moment at tho
compau she tald
"We head due northweit, Statioi n
trvuti' lookout in the fcrotop. aud let tbe
Tlio Mnnnor In Which Bushmen
Hunt the niir Plrd.
This description of mi null ich lmut by
lliihhiiieu Ih L'lvcu by a writer iu tho
llifA'n Sfrt
Tlio hlriN wrro R'sliVd nliout 3 o'clni-k
one licit I'icoiiibcr iilteiuomi, nnd the
pnrly of which I wiia n iniinber wnh in
htiui'lcil to reiimut coniculeil brlnuil a
li'ilcu of toi'l.H, v,!i lo tho two hunters
wirkod iiMiuid below lliu ovtrii'hfH in
order to be nb'o to in tirnii it tlieni itzniust
the ind. I m' t'i'led n bich loiul ol bind
wlmio n (jiiod Mutt ol the fncclinu' birdH
vnuld l bud. nnd with u po'vurlul titld
Iiihh nMiled ileolopiiii lit t.
I be two liunu'iH in re pieimred for the
Hi dk In then ' oui, mi huh by imwucthetr
lrf.'n rubbi' I with u white, chnlk kind of
lihiv, tbeu eut'h pbu ed n hoit ot Huddle
imir liii hIhiuUIimh 'Huh iirrutieiiiiut
'wuh for the purpose of H.iiriuiiui; nn
1 ottriob kkui. t.lni Ii was thrown (iter the
bend of the liuntcr.
'I be n ck f the skin wos nrrnncod to
Hint n oiiL-Klicl; thrust into it up to tbo
hi nil nud held iu tlio hunter h ell bund,
nmilu tne liiiiu Iook like n lull 1ledird
i Ktricli, with lunil ernt, winiH nnturnlly
oteiiiled, nud with the ml of uu oecti.
Moiii.l 'i'i 1 ipute timuial slmko, and rock,
uu. Htutely itutd nuiuiiiid for tho otcn
fcinu. I mo fite to ri nfi-Mi, that nt I1'!)
Minis dislatice, I would Imvo tukeu a Bliot
nt the d involved native full expediu; to
bauii fino bird.
'I lie lniuterK vent down the ltloof tbmit
eiuhl liimdrMl urilnt and theutuiuo out
ou tbe plnui n full Mew ol the feedluu'
liirdn Then coiuiiien til u urii'H o tlio
most iinlunil mniMi uxrex 1 uer hud lliu
the uond fortunt to wiinesK.
'loo Hit dm mi won d Hot furunril a few
ynrdn. nud Mo n l ckterlv iuuiiiiulntii'i;
tho Ktick Htipiim tinu til- hoid, euiiBO the
leak to djto n to tho ru-s ns thnii'.h
fecditiL' in ii mokt lifeli' o ninuner. Ibou
turu nnd nupare utlv arinuc e tho win aud
tall tu.itlifio. Tliev would then run to.
It'ttlior, ixihnnue i'iiii'-mb, fi ed ncn n,
i i.iise the lit ml iih thourli luokiiiK nrotuid,
nil the tune workmi; cure ill y up ncniUHt
the wind nnd very rnpidlv lodiic nu too
dlxtnmo between tlitinselteHiiud the fecd
ili I! birds.
'1 lie ostriches w tihl ncrsainnallv ra'so
their bend", anil huddle clo topelhel,
rei-riliiiu the trnii.'o b.rda with otideut
d Mtu t; but ah the hunter drew near
tliev would stop more fiooueiith mi 1 re
suine their iinUnt oiih ot the uituril ac
tions of the birds, nppiiri ntiy pavnit: uu
nlt"i'tion whnteer to t lit lr name. This
would evidmt'y n insure the ostriches, as
thev would separate nnd Leiu fet.diu:
n train
Ihe.e iuoeinents were eoutiuiiod i.ntil
the llnslitiieu weic 'ii Hie uiiilRt of tho
tiock. when thev suddenly threw ofl" tln-ir
ilisiitiseii nud coiiiineuceii to lire noiMiiied
srrown Iroiu Ibe short bows thov had con
cealed uiidtr tbo o-lncli sk ua with a
liiotditv tliut wh truly atoulhiiuf Tho
blrilH ntti inptfd to escatiu in nil ibrec.
I tiotiK but wl'eii th" mill wns ended t ere
were three diad ostri'hes on tho (.'round.
1 while u fouith was too Ladly crippled to
esc.ii e.
special t: or ices.
i i rT':iri r i'totp'(i m' v71 rrrji.
TIN nUPl'OilT IIIII"S o'ir'j niwipi'lui .l
til, Hi uiaiI. Jo. ol Klllli ,v.uii I arijiil.
Tit i: t ( it i. r v.: it:
ierlnl llliNiniiiiier tlUi until I u
lll Kepi. UK mi Huiir V iurlini-iiln
! : ia pi it t-rsr iiiMot'M I r.sr.mov
''j flUlh.NI HIStlll'M alNsKKlMNJ
, ;lori.ui i:::r uim uum .i in-.i.uhhns
I Iilf.tjfi:i5.V.uuKfi in N'.y-. aw; ii
I """ '"""1M'; Vi.V.'l'ui'VMV.Vi'." l '"
All Nw bceury aul IC.lwcl
shii ftuuil on'"
! dipt. Miirshall felt nt that moment as
' thoiiub an lintel hud been sent to pilot
1 him to a l.nteu ol test. V bent e arose tho
ftehut: he knew not, I ut instinctively ho
'ohiyttl. Tearful i.nd loud lourod tho
I iiuclity storni. ou tl.mlictl tho monabip.
I hut all feArltss uud composed stood tho
heroic woman upou tho iiunrter deck, and
the haul) seamcu ns they (jiwej Ulion her
felt that what daunted uot a woman
Hjould not dnunt them.
" I.nud, ho !" came from tho foictop
In thrio miuulcs more, as the ship rose
upou the bosom of a cmut sea. the land
wiiit made out upou the deck, bearing
about two points on tho larboard bow.
l'uuiiB inuuht aiyht of it. Mid eeiziuc a
ulass at the next swell, sho discovered a
liclithouto upon its summit, 'lheu she
turned her i'!assoer the starboard beam,
and iu a moment sho exclaimed
" 1 here nro the liautam Ledges. The
land ou the larboard how is Heauln, nud
beyond I cuu see Cape Bniall Point. ,
i James," sho continued, as she pozed
! iuto her husband's fnco with a look all
mado up of conscious power, " if yon ,
l will drop your foretopsail I will take you
I into the Kenucbeo'" t
1 For a moineut Capt. Marshall hardly
I credited tli tvidouce ol liU uvtu ttiuoa.
1 ja !H
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I'lrst rrmluctlon of ' , B
New Society Play, f
for the Ileuellt of ;' f M
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srnts nn sale nt Itretituno'i, Flftli Are- ft , tH
tine lintel nml Hie l'iultable linlltllng. ), M
t d tin. 1'i'n, l.i. onnisitn wit '11 si. V'rtl. T ;
i.fcrv Oonlnc, InrtDttlneSan'tftT RTaoloo 4 ' sllH
Ulll.tlxs) KIliM.I'VVS 1 H
'.It AM) AnilltVOOV PHOMEVADU 00 j laH
ci. his .tui.rsi.iivr anhkl duiiajki laal
lfii . lo tiroiiuitiM ami t'oneerls. t ftH
Mr .itrtti KINtl MILOjtON. ' IBH
v tnl vst 4J 1 it. Korriu dlrejU Aii t- v IBH
'iok.ii l.rnri tanu liuni. o&r j 'mal
Dl I OIll ll-t-lm Auoth.r VTs.lt . I Bl
t3 1 I U J . Tn Crowd TbU lloaii. ',: 0,B
Auinu 'iimPibiic iM..i. i rBH
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cleft the smoother waters of the nobis 'lll
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restored to the hirdy crew, fd
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station aud sought her tabiu. Herroucu 1
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Iouk she rc.iiipeared iu All the modesty IfaH
aud beauty of her ratho grace, Capt. J:l
Marshall iresscd her to hi bosom, aud at . jjH
that moment the hardly seamen waTed - 9
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and crntitudo ueut fortH from their re. 1 BBa
lieved souls. They had beeu saved front 1
the ternblo caist storm, and from tbs ' jH
bottom of their hearts they confessed " H
Emma Musball w A Wile Worth I1T- MH
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