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BIT 4 i A WOULD: WbliiSllSDAY EVENfNG. JULY R, 1892. x I
K . Bc iMOltltx tip ttif mil PuolHMng Cumpat v. ,'. 63 lO 09 Fini Row, Mw Yoas wk A WEDNESDAY EVENING. JULY 6. W iraECBUII08 10 THE EVEHIHQ WORLD yf lit cHidlw fvitaer): Ht K MONTH - " 3T ItKVKAH .I.AI ijL v as - No. li.ava j; ) I II lie 11 lit P.. I ore. fa,alkaa ttDBt f& t a. matt.r fBBAROI! OFHCF VOU.D UPTOWN OrrlCK-lJd? moiDWit latvenSlatsa'l.WJata ,." Tm. TSOltlD 11ARLI-1' olk-Um M in Mabsiox ATI. I rOOKLVK-109 WirtTWOTn-. St ' 1 H1LADELPU1A. Pa -Lteoia Brnmiio 11 tf OClrTST. WAHJ1IKOTON-410 Um s itf lliKCO.N orMlK n tcnaarn. Jaal.n ffi ' tJStsaClac vr jjjjr WORLD Kill not, iintfer ony r Ircwii- iv ilavctl, hoia itietreiiontltilfjur tAe le'to " i ttft-Xrpinq of any rd'ctnt mauiuci fpt I " " nfictvri,aricr,attof cuirucfertriiilue. ' jS ' - Ac netpHoni will ft made tuthiirtitevttS ;S! 4 regard to either leiteri tn incfoasirn. .tor I u ill fi editor erifrrfnlo rorTetporidf'Aiun- S t(rn(R0i'narairaMciiiaiiurrl(4& 1 k r " I liilli i Ti n s S. ) I : ; From June to June. t ; I ;,, A CAIN OF j 76,948 I "WORLDS" PER DAY. I'i ' : Til Mm. Renrkable Showing in the ' I : History of Journalism. I ; STUDY MD HEALTHY GROWTH.' I : - - -: n I Total number of k : World printed dnr-.. .p: I IngJune, IBM 11(Dl1l,0b; i ! During June, 1891.. 9,349,041);! I : t I : Increase . . 2,308,476 K'i ' : jr I Average number of El Worldi printed per AQQ pq: Ki ; day in Jnne, 1892. JOOiOti J : Bbi : Average number of K) : Worlds printed p ... Qt m ' day in June, 1891. 011,000 m TOTAL GAIN PER DAY 7Q nin m j: IN ONE YEAR I D,v)lt0 Mh Ihllinilll !" . .--- K, B The Branlng- World Prints Aaeo. Ki f clatad Pr Mawa. H, ', Ratackol'i lji are numbered. TIN PJk.; executioa ibonld fco towards making An. JWi' arcby back number. Hpl Buffalo National Bank ii ona out of half jW. a million. And Trenmrer Damn migbt jV., baTe mads it mora if he'd bad time. f ' , Tha Fourth of July balloon leison at t i Boaton ia reiterated at Bluffton, O. . K5 where a female parachutist baa fallen Upk, ,4.000 feet to her death. Wth JjE"-'" '' If Explorer Staxuet were to go through Hf ' another Farllamentary campaign perhaps Ml " ,Ewik Pasha would be called in to turn pJIL' about and bunt up hia own quandorn IKr rescuer. B v After yeaterdar's elections the Glad. Mr1 T t stonlan gain in Great Britain seemed leas B " " of a tidal ware. But atill the cause was B.V , saan to be marohlng on, and the Orand Hf-' Old Man clung to hia belief in a final IK' grand victory. SSBM.rL PpU;4 A negro atupefled by drink waa thought pKs to be dead and waa put on ice for the PBt, night at Cheater. Before dawn he sat up PB&Jrj' and kicked the ice-box open, to the hor- K'r; to f iia watchera. This waa hia little BU r " difference in the morning.". Kffj. Anarchiata at Bower Hill. Pa , hoisted pK the red flag of their disorder. American PpfC miners promptly tore it down and raised PBI v the Hlars and Stripes. The sentiment PPtfi'1 ud Ibe Toice of honest labor in tins free IBh eounlry are a long way from Anarchy. PK' lltgardlng the details of a barroom PKf rffray at Amarillo. 'Jei.. lbs reports bv PpFjlt no worda ere wasted. Aa much cannot B I e said about bullets. 'I en were used to pP2' kill two men and wound a third. This w PBr inexcusable encouragement for a load PHL The application for more money for the PPj' Museum of Natural History has been PHt. , cheerfully indorsed by the Tark Board. PPJf The city can well afford to be incrcas. PK - ,n'y liberal as such institutions aa this PK, Museum become expaneWelr useful to PJPC" thecommunitx. PP Newsboy "Flip" Gimoiirn saved PPHf 'r 'tmgcling people from tho waves off r, Cit Island and was renarded by a gift PpH: of m cents and a tamlnicb. Alloning PpW , the ordinary cost prlco for the aindwkh, j this wnn S'i cents per life for salvage. ' "Flip" is naturally diogusted at the ap. parent valuation put upon eiistenie b the reirueil paitv Hut It it tileoaut to lucord that ho Mill not lot his dlsr'"t de ter lniu Imiii iierting lilt life satin,; energies osain whenever ocasiou iua lernnud. Other strugglers nho happen tn I e within itncli nf his reml liaud will 1 llml lihn iloin liiismr mi the same old plnii ' I lip is a hero iadv mu Ii ILUODIinD AT HOMFmAD 'Die trinibli at the faruigir Works at lioiijesttail has reached that londltlon which wis ftared mid et wliiih It n.ts 1 lui d wnillil I e nwiutt-il. At 4 ii o' loi k this inornliiL' nil attempt on tire pirt i f tliu proprietors ut tlie uorks to lutroiliire n forir nf nrmul 1'iiil.ertun uirn into the uillls led to a inutlltt Willi the liuked.oilt xorameii, tu whu h blood km ahed and lives ere lust elerd, by miuaat of hunt. I'mli. the High Sheriff if the couut, with a pose of deputies. visiUd the plate 'lliey ware surrounded by a slroog lod of the MelLorssnized wurkmtu and iiuietly but tiruily luforn.ed that they must lra the town and would not be allowed to enter ( the orVs 'Iheywere ionerless to oiler biiv opKsitiou and took their departure 'I his Hiliuti of the wuraiueii wan. of oume. in violation ot tho lav,. But thev tillered no violence to th hbenfl's partr 1 he Sheriff issuel a piOLlamatiou before he lelt. warning the ptople against as. seinbling in bodies or inte'fering with persons engaged in the nurk. 'I here. I upon the Advisory Committee of the ' workmen dissolved, burning its records and informing the h he rill that thence forth the men would be without leaders or ad risers and each Individual would ha responsible for hisovin arts. At da1, light this morning, accorJiug to the information reteived a troop of 1'luL erlou detectives arrived in a steamer at the landing 'lhey wero fired upon im mediately b) the workmen and their landing was prevented, it is reported that they did not effect a landing and that i seven of the Hinkertou arm and five of the workmen were cither killed or wouuded. The men have all along Jet lined that the importation of the armed l'iukerton forrea would lead to immediate Mood shed It is to he deplored that the pio i pneturs of the workx did not call on the Mate forrei to piotuct them instead of aeekmg the aid of these armed bauds v. host right to make ar on titizensis very doubtful. It is believed that it bndy of the recognied militia of the State i Mould not bnve beeii forcibly resisted. j It it to be hopsd that the Homestead troubles mi) be ended through (lot ! I'a ri ikon's efforts, his aid to that end Imv- I lug now been invoked. '1 ho struggle la one of the inuht elaborate and most nnfor tuuate ever witnessed in Amerio between fortes of capital and labor. It beoaioe doubly unfortunate the moment a drop of blood was abed on either side The country will pray that the return to peace, lul methods will be speedy and the list of casualtiea precipitated to day Im left at a minimum THE WBBOI Or THE H0BNLT The boy who doesn't want to own a boat or a pistol or a mangy yellow dog is aa great a novelty aa the man who is not overloaded with advice for other people, or the woman who tan whistle for a atreet car. It is a moment of supreme delight for the lad in knickerbockers when he acquires nosseasion of the object for which be vearns. and be procaeda as precipitately as possible tn extract from it all tho triple strength enjoyment that it hold. The Astoria bojs who saved up their : pennies and purchased a 16 foot catboat , did just as any other boys would have done under tho circumstances s soon as thev became owner-t of the boat thnv went aboard hoisted sail ami turned its purrless front down the baj. Kntnith. I standing the felinitv of the tessel thev gave an intomological name to it. tailing it the Hornet. They were on the 1 oiom of tho My feeling liko pirates aud shivering each other's timbers like the jolly .lack 'lars of fklion when that big stpiall pauin up and disturbed their pleasures Tho si, of the tempest was out of all proportion with the sire of the catboat and qusnti'y of courage the boys there were seven of them in all had on hand, so like Jim Bludsoe, of tho poem, they turned the Hornet's " rozzle agin the bank," orto be more truthful, towards the shore anil every last " galoot " swam to land They took refuge in some bathing. houses and remained shivering there all night. In the morning they went out to look at their catboat, but there wasn't enough of it left to make four toothpicks It had been dashed to pieces in the storm. But the boys were saved. They do not come out of the wreck with any Itohinsnn Crusoe laurels worth speaking about, but they have furnished an excellent lesson in life-preserving for pleasure-seekers on the water. They have made it plain that the beet thing to do with a catboat or other small craft when bad weather threatens is to hurry ashore as quickly as possible, and be somewhere else than on board when the vessel goes down or falls to pieces, Nil POLITICS WITH 0DR PHTSIC Dr. .Tosrri: O'Dwteh and Dr Dasirr M. Ktimhov have tendered their resigns, tions as members of the Consulting Medi. cal Board of the Health Department. Like Drs .UsrwAT, Jacobi and Smith, the retiring physicians are understood to believe that the action of the Department m the casoof theSamtfiryMiperintentlent was due to oliticnl influences. The trouble in the Hoonl is unfortu nste, because it not onlj deprives the Health Department of Hie valuable advice of some of tho most eminent phjaicians of tho city in the important matter of sanitar, regulations but will necessirily 1 deter any capable and experienced prac titioners from at ting as their successors. The Depirtineut will hate to give up the Consulting Medi ml Hoard altogether, or t to I e satisfied with the service of inferior I doctors in whom the pi opic will have no ' confidence home tleris ve siepk ought to Ictsktii In e'ear tho Irepar'inf lit from the mi. i piflou nf iKingn mor poltnial asrlun.. The health of the CM) ought not to be trifled with or risked for the benefit of I any political parly. I i TAX VALUATIONS I 'Ibe valuations of real estate In the city , I for assessment this year show an iucresse of iitl.C.Vi.i'vJ. ljiit year the increase I i over lilO was tV,'"i,tl1 making together an ntrease in two ear of 0fl r14 ', I 'J his piotes bow rapid ii the growth of thentv I he tti rolels like) In he lower this tear thaiilt-t tear Whether this will be a teal ndutllon or null i riducetl rate thloilgli irreascd tulufttiuu remains tn be keen when the taipajt is reieite their bills It ia a little remarks! le that while taxes are said to La getting lower, rents ate Uertiuult gifting higher It is well known tl.M when titles iiiireutu on leal estate lh7 are shifted bt theoitiiers onto the aboul.lt ra of the tenants Hut win should j rents go up while taiei go down Meanwhile wlo should the taluation of resident peraonsl eiletu show a tleclluu of r.iil.l'JJ for the ear Is It not terlsiu that personal estate increases eterv teor ' Is it not certain also that personal prop. , erlvlb the t itv. the taxation of which eantiot be shifted by the owner onto s miebody else is allotted to eat ape lata. tioti ' IRE PiOPLL'8 PAKlY'i TICKET 'the People's party perfected Its l'resl. tlential ticket I y the nomination of Gcd. J ami (Javas in lo, of Virginia, as Vice. 1 President (leu. r inn is a irginian by ' birth He was a brute soldier in the war, although he fought on the wrong aide He lost a leg at the battle of Slaughter' Mountain. I In (leu. WrstLh'-j speech actcptiug the leadership of the People's p'trtt he elhorted the party to stand by tke ticket add not be persuaded into alliance with ' either of the old organizations It is not 1 genurally believed however, that (Jen i W'Ettrit is as strong a candidate as either I Judge Uukkham oi btuutor Kyi r would have been, and many Lellete (but the I ticket ought to hate been reveraed. Uen. 1'iciii isBpokuu of as a lawjer of marked abillt. ami was Utornet. General of the Slate of irgluia for five tears. ' A few days ago in a humorous editorlul that appeared in lilt Kvemvu Wohlp una U u ItoaENiii u was represented as having bet on the nuiount of loss ana j taiued bv .Slioedealer KuMiri. wheu Ids store binned W'v. Ui-ik.Mii m, tailor anil a respected business man at 71'J Third avenue, has been caused some anuotance bv the hiuularity of names. In justice to him it must be said that he made no auth wager, and that he is entirely above cluing such a thing It 'was another KoslmiLaii who did the 1 betting. I 'lhe supeuorily of the Associated Press to all other general news ser ticea was again demonstrated this uioruing in the pr'implnesi witli which coiuprehenslte stories ware se cured from the scene of the labor troubles at Homestead While other as. sot latious were still dealing in generali ties, tha Assotiated Preat was giving out details of the battle and the names of those who had fallen. I Chicago baa a new turbulence An at tempt to plate n monopoly of the lake transportation to tho World's l'air In the hand- of Standard Oil men has resulted in a strimmage between citt polioe aud lake mariners, the lormer trying to drive the latter out of an old accustomed land- , ing.plate 'lhe police got i scalding and a stand-off, ami were glad enough whnu the Mayor tailed them off and appointed a confercut ii for to-tlav. It is unneces. , aarr to add that popular sjmpathv is with the mariners. I 'lhe law's severest punishment must seem to most Inadequately fit tho trime for which two brothtrs bnve us,t been lot Led up by ttie Now jork police, l'or revenge on a horso'a owner for a fancied , wrong, those hinds tut out, with trnel shears, the tonguo of a horse Hitch an occurreme tends to produce wishes that the tortnreH of tliu inquisition were not quite out of date. The World added to ita list ot news, boate yeslcrriay tho exolusivo aunonnco- j incut of Oami'Mfli 'a purpose to decline the position of Chairman of the ltcpub. licau National Committee. It is the paper for the news, both m and out of politics and regardlt ss of politics Aberdeen, Scotland, has bestowed on Anpbew CAn.rniE the freedom of the city, lhe great ironmaster should be more deeply interested, just now, in the freedom of labor. Ho gavo a library to ! Aberdeen. There is call for him to give I ' a thought to Homestead. THE CLEANER I Heiween business, politics and club ront. ter-. Commissioner Walton Morm Is one o tho greatest hustlers In town Nothing please htm better than Utely timet, and the busier I e ! the more lie tnjots lite. . Ftlwln fl "tewell, the popular yoiini lawver ofthe eventh IMslilct, IsUlngtaUeit ot ns lhe regular Iiemocratlc candidate for the Assembly next 1 all last tear ho trained with tho oorh!s people and won a name ana fame as a magaetlc campaign orator. Up Is already oiling up his tncsl organs for tin Fill circuit. Congressman Wilson, ot West Mrglnla, whose Illness after lie n ached this city jri. vented him from gltlnr Ms ' Wguik 'to the Tammany wnrrlorton the fourth, floes not attribute his Indlspjslilon to Newark, ell mate. It was onl the ( hlcsgii t ontcntlon weather getting tn Its final touches. The cupreme court Justices sre pondering tho kootty question whether tncyehatt con. sent to receive tho application of alias Agnes h. Mulligan for admission to tne par. The lady graduated this year from the University Law Pchool, and has determined to practise her pr Session here The case Is entlrelj without r recede-1, and will hate tn he de. tided 'n Us merits t.en (lusson, of lows, l golntrto tales ti.ltapeit I oi.' Ilrancn ft r the irsi nf the vimmei aim tsialn'sli hn. family ihre He wants to it as i lose as p settle to hes Iquart. era during the coming campaign. i DO YOU LOVE BABIES? I If So, Help to Soothe Their) Sufferings This Summer. A Big Fair for the Fund in Harlem' To Morrow. I tto Williamsburg Girls Unison Mi e sum fur the Little Ones. til teller, ernilalnlnr miiuev fur Iks atk llatir Fitnil .buulii be Hdilres.eil la lhe ( a. liter iir ibe Nrir Writ World, f ulllrer Hullillna. Itnnitllutis ol tlultalac. ,r.. sliuuld be seal to lira. Hubert., J47 West l-iirlj- i utalli afreet. . THE SUBSCRIPTIONS. f ?.li itlf aelmftffl.dff.t. , ( 4 .27 11 ttilll.tiiiLurc fair llll Hjth.ifurJ .tittrlalan .ut l!Ci rr.ukliu li.nu. fair ,, c 00 i 1 ll.iat AM , l.lr .. . j yd t Ittlos Vtnl t, ll( tteit rwaDtl.tli ti.t .Bt.rtanitii.nt tu K .ad r k a 00 ndu.f lur I'lfja.r mu J J l.u J. p.iiin.u . uu b.rtt.tiJ t at.r i iju In mtiautr of Lltt . Ju.l. i ui) 1 llll.Cl.u.1. , j u IciKhtlll. ( .bit. , , j nj lentil. Ilu'ilf.ld.r aotl utb.ta ou I Millar lluward , .... j ti j I lluul.nr ., j oo MAI . . Slattl.H.lMti.r u If ou hate coh'i United to 'Imi Lvimmi V0ilbi Mck tlaby Fund heie rie a rew figures llluatrallte of ttit unrllhts of tho tharlly, whloh will uiakt nu feel that torn linnet hut been tvli besiotted and that )uu havedjne u liuble thing In hilppurtliig an ' worthy a cause ' lhe free phjsltlans who ilslt the homea of the pool and prefiribe lor tho ailing ehlldieu t f tUe who cannot afford tn pa) for a doc tor, finished their that week's wtrk. last smtirda) night. , Duiltig thai week the.) sought for the help less lltilo patients la 1 H43 of the big teut ii unt.hu sea cf this bl; town I They tinted In all exactly lit 4V(i families 'lhey round I.UM sick chlldien that re. quired their attention and needed medicine in lltN of the young tlctlmt ot suffering ihy were obliged in pay a second visit. ' iu ITU cases the parents were toopoor to buy medicine, so the necesar remedies weie liiinlabed lo them by Iiil KvtMso V ori ii physicians tree or tost In & I homes atarvanon was tn possesion nf thepteroHea aiU food fudjo tie furnished nut ot the fund I Htxty-nlne chlldien were fuiind in rags aud netesiart iluihlngnaa gtien to cover (belt Lbkeaneta. 'lese agurea are easy to underatand 1 hey tell plainly and forolblj the story of the first week's work this Summer of the free phjal' Hans among the children or the poor of New 1 ori. In the flMt seven days, at a time when the heat was nut exiesslve and the real dan. geraof the ummel mason were not present to be encountered, nearly l.ioo babes were 'nutid lying lll-inab) ut them desperately slil and the tund physicians were welcome visitors In tha'. number uf wretched, misery -' shadowed homes. . .Sot ouly were children found who were at the mercy ot dbes.se, but destitution ana hunger were uncoverel In many tenements,' ami young and old were dlscotcrcd to le per ishing for want ot food All distress was rt lined Medicines were prescribed and sometimes furnished free, food was provided, clothing was put upon bare backs. 1 his work will continue through lhe summer. The larger tho Mck Babies' I Mind ihu more mod 'lux Mknimi Wokip' physicians can do mong tho poor. The more ' money and the more extensile the resources ofthe charity the further reaching win its ! benellclal Influence will be felt, I I dive what ton can to sustain and extend this work. No matter how small tho con. ' I irlbutlnn, It will be gratefully acknowledged I Kvery penny helps. A nickel may sato a mile life. A dime mat do more good than a dollar bestowed Iu some other direction If ton don't care to give money send some clothing or shoes to tho address given at the top of this column i The hundred-dollar contributors to date ate: Kt t MM; WOULD moo I.. .1. WOOL-ILI Km COUM.LIfK VAMlFltllILT ( r. iiitoADW'ii not us ioo JIIIIN.IAIOII AMTOK .... KM) others who have sent In checks for n lirgo amount are: j VAIIIM.T( F. lOISNOIt a .to J.ll.nt'ltLANIl 50 LOVERS OF BABIES, LISTEN I A Bin; Fair to Be Held In Harlem To-Morrow Afternoon and Night, I Friends ot the babies in Harlem will have I opportunity to-morrow to show how much they love the little ones, ind they will have a chance, too, lo enjoy themselves and at the same time to secure ormraentat and useful articles for tho home at bargains. fair win he held there to-morrow after-' noon and night for the benefit of Tnr Frzs. I in vtonLPa tick nsbles' Fund The Harlem Iiemocratlc tlub Hall, on one Hundred and rwentr.flfth street aud Fifth avenue, has been plicetl at tho disposal or the Harlem Helping Society, and the young ladles who compote the organization ire to-day,wlth the aslstance of Meward Whitney, converting the place Into a perfect bower ot beauty. Horal and other decorations will be applied In profusion, and the gay adornments of the boot its -to which win bej added the loveliness ot some olvthe prcttlst young women of ta upper end of Manhattan Island-will make It a st eno of enchantment. 'IckeiR are selling right on the reel i. fat asiho vouDjladIo.soin hand them nut. There will bo it big attendance and the groceeds will, if all expectations are reallud, add sv. iril ttrrlesto the already tottrrln; fund for the red I if the sick babies of the pnorrf New cn Iverttx-itr concert etl Is fun if enthuslaam. ind ibero Is much frlendlt ' Mtairt among tne pro ectors ind aus alnir. 'f the enterprle concerning the ni.mr.er or ilclets eaeh Is selling md the amount of de natlons secured by Indltldusl solicitors All are working untiringly lor the success of the fslr. sbout tight hundred tickets hare teen soil alrealy, and many more win le d'spoted ot befor the doors ot il hall arc opened to-morrow Prominent retail niirchauts have given generously to Help noce the tables and there will ix numerous teiutlfulsnd viluable iblngs placed beors the eyes of visitors Neatly fvrrytvdy In llsriern has been lnterete m Ibe mote nient, lhe sin. Hslies find hasahon of frit n Is in that quarter, and what with 'I. I n nd'ed brilliancy cf thi lair the Isvor In which Ttir Fvytiso ttnuiris teautllul char. Ily la held, the Inviting bargains, the raLjT K soi res of enjoyment that are offered and the zealous and assiduous eSorts ot thi toung ladles who hittc the arrangements In baud, there slioul 1 lie a uioney result ot which all Hirlem could le rnud. And there will br, you mav fed asjurtX There will b ell I Inds ot booths. ome win ttmpt the palate with rc!rchlng Ice-c-tam iia luscPus leiuo'iide, others will be lo kd with fanry arfltle 'J here will be t buolh especially designed to meet tin wan s ut clinicians; It ulil gtMci ttlth cam) alcn go d.irom the hunb eCletelard or llarilson button to the lUmboy mt tla-h torch ami tho Milinintrln,' allien biime Tien thru win l lianesj itirlos and ti oths tor I aby ant il II ilothes ltd frr all kliitsof h me ihctiM ilons littler Hint (ill ele there will l- a etrp" 'if thai Inlng kills in d ut In the booths i wliifu It will b- a plHMin in hMik iipon mil a , tltllgbl to purchae trtiin 1 he grab-hag will n it te forgotten, ami th ' hl-Uine fatnrllc of till Irequenter, Hit tishlng-pond will tt it lit one ot the lun.proti king leal ire-. Ihstthe Harlem Helping Hands tclty i haievcellenl backlnjf r their fair Is shown bt the lo lowing lis- ol nnns-lho bet known In Sen ork sin bete made eKliatlcti- fur : tteOciasliu J Mrart oph" A to gate two uphol-terel uslf. ltlocmlngdule Hr-s . u sllvei.pland butterdish, Inip-oii, Iran turd A -impon, u br iii;e sliavlnr. stand, TltTany A t o , u lot 1 1 nut) statlonert Mitt a iu acLeil. fur i , llir.un v t o , f vc gjllons of Ke-t rt am Uncli (to, book mar. eti, Bt -i i t o , t handeouie doll. Hid et 1 eo fany baskets I liavls i ( tc, turns, tl lelner, aborted brusht s , iar idterlpln euuiany. a lut uf eliott cards, I hllllt.s A to, a 1 it nf djps, William lillitii, rural d-iorallun- Ih- donatu ns Hum 1 1 It ate Iddlt lJUali would llll this culumn lhe llurli.ui Heun trath Clubgltt' tho irecueeuf lthtllaul -tewarJ ttniltiet contributes his liu.u and strtlces todeioritta Ihu place. Ittlueuiuer the titr btglns to-inorruw atiernouu and continues through theetcnlug. I he udinlsslun Is only 1 u cents. I hi re w III h plenty ot bargains anl u pllnsanl time i uu ulli toiigratulate your-illlf ton go lor In addition tn pelting tour mom t s worth, tun will bt hellng it mi -I de'trtllg thailn. Mill II IS pOSSllle thai lb" fHV H IlLllS l spend will "ate some -h k llttli ones ll'e and bilnto nii)'lin ichlng heart n willhul . toy that all Hie umiiry In the woiU niui ul buy Uiitnlhe fair aud du allyou mi to mtt.t II a big sutiem1 Two Wllllamabarg G!r'' Kti'r. Here Is a hi reault lor a little fair. I wo pi city ttliisbni'.lai tit glil cum to I Ui I t rv iscl Wokid ytsterday to hand In lhe money and tell about the ..ieto thli tuterlnln mint, lhej weie Jeinlc 1'tle, ugcltuilT t tar and haiiuu nart aged tbtttten Hoth lite at 48 -oiith Tenth street Wlillsrnsburg, and they he'. 1 a fair then last taturtlty In uld f the lck Habit. I uhtl lhey sn.d i ake, candlei, Ite.citatu and lahct art let-- undgave their patrons good rt'urn loi iLe muiiey the) spent, lor assistants In then eharuablo work lhey had Masters Fob rt arl and Harrv I'yleand illss MainleMturt. mi adiulaslon fee was ihai-gcd and lheu!it iealled Irnm all sources wis -villi The-n good Utile girls decree pi nlse feu their et c client w hi k A Lawn Party. ( Ju H. Hilar little inteitalniuent was gotten up itur day. July .',by fuurbuys named, respettltely, tdwinJ lenny, Harry II. Huot, lleibeit ", Wtattand Hairy Hall, atcinte age twelte, with the object, of raising a little inonev fcr the ilck Hablis Fund tent was -plead on Hie lawn nf Mr. h h Teunys reUeiice In ilutherford, .N. .1 . and there tht llltle lulls gathered lteUiatlons were given by the Missis Vint Adams, lnU 1 lioylp. and ry Masters Herbert H. Wyall, Hurry II Hunt, Hurry Hall and 1 dwtu J. Teunt. I hi occasion w as rendered more enjoiablc by the i icsence of the Ket tr I. (latioii A M , of tiracc churtli aud tho Hit. I. .1 t ooptr of tho baptist church, who kindly addiessel tht c'dldien Mr. Harrv tau, t noli master, also git a pie asirit address. riirough thoassisiDiiCt of the lileuus and neighbors oi ltuthnrlord, tho turn if Hl.'iii was collecleu lor the Mel Hal lis 1 und Snnsr and Danced for Charity. To le e tllor Pleise hurt herewith V the proceeds of nn entertainment at 44-'ct T,tentlelh irei l I hursdty evening, June H, lhe progiaiuiiic was l'iann.olo tiraaidalop Mia lltnalilinn K.cltati,in tluiraloiu 1-lull Ituaten Knlu Nulitlnaata tons Mn, e I uuteii Nkirt l.nce ,t Kath.rlii. Iisbul.i u Ke It.tloQ thel .t Itjiuu ... . 1 IU t ii.lil.un SmiIo. P.ttxnn . tt.lt --una Mr.. I Ituut.ii sun tftertiar I. ... 1 1 a ll nalilei n Hevltattnn Sir Noltmly Katherme Mcuo iutt lianu.ilu K.lhorit . sftroliun Keadins, lea Clld Man tu Ilia I'alat.t r 1-(nth Hnnten llaoee Mia Oonalilion, 1 rtitn llunt-ii l.hl..ua Cupt i . llffe.t. lortune. rnvinte. I he Hoert the r.mllr 1 1 ot'tinnialied 1 rayer, iKlit aa I Morn ua, l.ooil Sijfht III A liosAinsos, IniTlt Hi vii-s, louimltlee Mnttlo'H Regular Donat'on. Mi.i rne Inclosed you will pleas find 10 cents. Ton know 1 promised to send tho above amount everv pay-day, and I intend to kep my word 1 tlld hato intentions of buying tin-works with all my mouey, but 1 thought of tho poor llltle tnts and came to the conclusion that It would be ntter toulte tt toihem Hoping )ou wlit receltea million more 10 cents before the Summer Isotcr, Mattii JlKtsssru Fair In Brooklyn Tt ' f H"r Please find Inclosed so, the proceeds of a small fair held July :i by rive little girls Daisy sharot. May Piatt, Fdlth sten, Mollle O'Hrlen and Marian Waldcnburg, assisted by Masters Waller Dickson, Jr. Stuart Wdlden burg, .limes Dickson and (ins Waldenburir. I hn fair mis held on Franklin avenue, llrook. I) n. and was a great success. A Club'e Gift. ! Tn r rut Inclosed please find 'i which the literary I Aid society sends to jour sick llablcs' Fund. Wishing you sutcevs In your griind under. I laklug, HoetuoMi i:iMssori,l rtsldcni. i In Momorinm. i r. is r4iir Incloed please Dnrt St for the bibles In memory of our little Ji sle and "In Ills Name.' i loi i ittcSrron!, s I. Clemle'e Dollar. ' r i a. eM r luclosett find SI for thes,k Ilibh s' huiid, hotltig It will do some sick bsbt g n I llTTII CLrillK HIb Firet Doilnr. I r i. a-o.i i Th'slstherirs dollar I hate sited In mv new banl MtSTrn HtiWARti. I I.'Mst inirl. Soonest mrnrlcti liMir't Rooi Dm, Story's ended. I BAIIY TOILERS OF EUItOPK. Hill Nelaon in noxt Funtlnj's WOULD will descrlbo the children of thn (rtciat (larraan rltj of Hnm btira- &h follow, tholr lives from harrt-worlcert oh'ldhoorl to ovir worlcetl maturty It In nn nrtlrln that will Inatruot Amorlcan youth and make it more patriotic i The New Beauty Dish I r n e ,en 1 1 1 ti I II i y v'inii end ut to my own - tt do -ii h things and nei in -inn llunj," is 11 in i i uin r slugs it the Macs u sipun 1 In aire In his lit w conn tiijluuiltu ibt ti' Hi llowerf. ' l( po-itite.) glvis me spinal menlugitl when I lead if Hi mt itnl tonlnrtlons per fui tned b) s. nn .t in u In their tfToit to b" trl'liiit. Ttjet like l b t ntre In a decorous ! itid luilulgi tut in jst fanlurllc f Hides In ulleiiii tin, ton a Ii ha'tnl j a " i i n t ti iirisii oows I Heie Is a piece tf net , if the lubberly klbbet ptllt in tha' euiues tmm 1 hlltdelphla end ihit uotild uihki im notil with laughter I; 11 wen mu Hint It gais ire gtlete Ih ibis of th iintlein sjburls have Um ii tu .in t mi tuidiimry dish, composed if iur itatf eud biittu. It look- like alutrl. i tied pin ii pud llli', and oh in) ' but Hn t It gori'it ily Oiicntallii Its apea and udirlf. ernii-nes' I I hat Is tit laiut mode of becoming leailllilby plump unl lutelt, said a CjUnker belle nhn tun guiglhg helsilt wlih the gte iSi-emb.lu.ed !oltakt I What Is It- a tlsitingirl'&J Inquired. I II Is no other than tin gieat beauty secret I ot lhe huieiii lost leivesaud butter Ton I now all the sultan's wives are delightfully brwlii bin.', with their gracetul contour and an loth, loteh compli Mm, and all the girls hate determined tnlry the combination that hoiks snch wonders. " It iloe.n look very tempting" so,' she laughed, and it tastes even mire horrid than it look; but then, you know, what wotildn t a woman go through iu be beautiful,' niid she took a taste of lhe unpalatable mlMure with a grimace that In. tlltaied ti ought to be teneflclal, for the same contritions always aicompany the nauseous messes of our childhood, vihhh we an assured aie lor our good Ho-o leans and butttrl Br-r-r-r-r-r-rl It sends a snudder right through my allmen. tarv cai nl kerosene-soaked case of cholera morbus -lands In He same relation to this ' tll-li llul chucolati caramels do to tallow I i tn lit - ind li makes one plump and lovely 1 Plump i niidluvely' let me ket behind my fan and I titter. Tt-hc-he! ! What rancid uons.nsel I hope no New I 1, ork klrl n III adopt the dl-gusllng diet. She lulgnt as well feed on lorn.shuiks smothered I I axle-grease for the purpose of banishing treckhs and r muting waits. One u sh will uccjuipllsh as much In tho matter of beatill. ncatlfin as the other. Buttering tbo rose! Hat Hal The) must h it e gotten that Idea from lhe old, stale and withered remark ibout "palming the Illy." only the linltatlcn unpoemlcs tho Idea. It nasi soi i of boaiding.housc, oleocurgerlne natur tolt. lion t you think sot 'Inr Criticai Woman. ou t o nothed w hen you're going out, our wile must change her gown; And though sht siys she'll huiry up, she uctir hunlesdown, 1 outers sMfi,inii 4 Famous Female Architect. Mlssophia Hayden, tho architect cf the Woman s building tor the WorldaFiirat Chicago, is a native of Santiago, ChllL Her mother was a Peruvian of Spanish an ccstri, bat hor lather Is a lull.blooded Ameri can t Tiir " nortrt AhD " ' s tuc s'ory goes, Mr. Ilaydt n was practts. I Itigdeullslr) in Miitlign, hating gone there ouiof nimriil loteof tratfl, when he taw, fell tn lou with mm mimed the Spanish girl, allirward Sjplila s mother. Miss Hay tlen only lived In Santiago six yt irs bt Inr-ta '.in by her father to Loston. whereshe iittltid In i education. She grad uatod ironi the Instltiito of Technology in that city, taking i !ub c ursc W tne clai II rr. In 1 1 ii ce ti'e more than 80,. Otlll.UlPtl t tgs i y ti Floral ttcdrooms. I The test ileco .itltc houses and wsll.psper sinrisktep pip. i und tietonno en suite, and tnilt t ware i nn ilsu 1 o had to match A trllon pojinj piper nn a sstln ground, wiihatrctonno dado lo liarmonlie, mikes a prett) nrran'i mnnt for i bctlrt oin. The ere. tonne dado should I c i un around the room In ordei to mtlui tienk In the wall, "lithe rnlut slirnlil to cream The curtains and Ixdsprcart sinuld b. of creionnc. 'lhe cell. Iin, j aptr Hi ii d le jtllow anl whl'e. All lhe tuinlltirj Hiouhl be toteicd Willi the cntrnneand a ra'c li uc'll y' rar.ct mnrs an approprlato hnlsn to the decoration. I Adotber bedroom might bare a wild rose I f I papei. with the wild io-e irctouue, and a dull green "III) ' cariet lhere an baut ful mse puiers tti h cietoube tu luvlth In yclloita pinks and ledi syelott anl uhll celling papt r if1 es with either tit tht ibnte siheines ether scheuac tile blui and thlt" popples, atttet pas and lurgef.lut.iiut In all u.' which tases tn tonnes paper, esrjei and chlnaware mar is obtained lo make tlu rooms cuiupkie smtll emlirulderi d notveis In washing silks -honld be ti tbt lorner of all sh'-et". pllluw-casc, lintels an I tullel totefa I So luatter wbu the n au may b, ' L en ono of great renown, j feel lack ot equanimity I if his socks are slipping down j (Vvfiiieriiii'l 'iiiui'ei. I Some Warm-Weather Salads. iKSstii saIaii Drtis'l .t!. Take one Ha-, cupful uf vlhtgai, o&c 'cuspouiilul uf salad oil ur ILe saje tpiautuv it rresh butter, tj plbch of mustard, ote of sdt, aud a table spuonlul cf sugar let ihec simmer oter the Are while you beat twu eggs thoroujhly. Then stir the eslutu the uthef Ingredlenta, taking car o that the) do not boll It should present a "ihjoih, vclvetv appearance ForAiosmu -Boll six large potatoes till' tender, col and tut up In small pl-tes ant. oui oter them the following dresiMg luke the tolks of four hard-billed egg and rub nnewltha Utile pepper, salt anl mustard, add a little celery cut up nne and a llltle oil, tbtb add enough vinegar tu innke of the con slslencv ot slv salad.dre'S ng cut the nhltes of tLe eggs In rings end put on the lop j CtHBitlt S tl tli Take une quint of ehoppeit cabbage and half the quuniltr ot cuuppeil ttbry, uilx tugethet ind pour otei ILe following diesSlnk bi ksof two egg-, one teaspcuntul each ut sugar and salt, twu teasicontuls ori ruund inu-tiir.i, une-hsirtea-spoonful ot blaik pepper, two table pojiitul of butter and one tup of tlm,ar. lull to gether five minutes. Noune cm etei lell what a wtiuuii will do next If any one did till, brWoult be sun lugoanddjs 'nettling ee Making a Linen Work-Basket. To make a pielty work-basket of linen ful. low the-se suggestions Hating selected the -hade uf linen desired, draw it hexagoa, In iloslng aatnaUeroue for the bottom ut the lasket, on tho mateilal. The patterns heie glteneipaln I enrins roa iissn roves. Cut a hexagon out of cardboard or the sle ot the bottom of the Daaket; also pieces for the sides, conr each piece on both sides ttlth linen and bind with harrow ribbon or Hlk braid. Buttonhole the edges, work the ejelets and embroider any desired design, as In the u her trays. Wash, iron and cut as heroic and draw the sides together with the ilbbou lnces rAiriRs tort card hoard. When all aie tlulsaed new together oter aud over. On the Inside of two of the sides sm pockets of Mlk or nne flannel for spools of thread and of silk On a third fasten a few leaves of thn same material for needles, ona fourth, a pincushion; on a fifth nn tmery bag. and on tho sixth sew a scant loop of rib bon on each end through which to run scissors. m The man who knows tt all. And keeps it, we adore ; But he who knows it all, And tells It, Is a bore Maiianiqtir rtoneei. Etiquette for the Street. It Is decidedly Ill-bred to eat anything, eTcn confectionery, In the street. N'o woman, unless In feeble health, should cling to a man a arm during a daylight strolL Do not dlscusa politics, religion or love af. fairs In a public conveyance. Personal matters should never be inlro dtced at a chance meeting If the third party Is not conversant with the facts. N'o lady will accept a seat vacated by a gentleman tor her convenience without giv. Ing In rtturn a smile, a bow or thanks. It lso;ttonil with a lady to recognize at the vcond meeting a gentleman who has upon a previous occasion rendered her a service. Never awing your arms when walking, un less quite outside the town, if free, from ob. aervatton this will he found in excellent means to help locomotion. Itandylng words with an employee or a com pany Is mere waste of time It hi be insolent or unreasinatle, lake his number and com plain to tho-e in authority, street flirtations are In this enlightened age regarded as the height nt ttilgarlty. one breach nf good taste in Hits direction Is1 enough lo destroy jour tlilms to g od breed-' ng. M. 7nla used f.oo gtrfc-qullls, five and a quarter pints oi tin k Ink ami halt a pint of red Ink In writing his last notel. Ilut goose, quills and ilnts of Ink alone will not produce notrls, pnrtlctiliily of the olals le kind. "Don'ts" for Husbands'. Wives who have disagreeable husbands shorld cut this out and place It under hubbi'tt plateonfhc Ica-lnbte to-night, ll will di htm kooti. Don't hang ntoiind the kluhen offering sdt Ice and suggetttlons ou liaro more business la jour office or counting-room. Don't uk Tt bat she has done with, tt doll ortttodoiliis)ou gate her )csterda) cr WUkllgO. Don t marrr a won ?n wuo tntit comnta st use enough to spend udu !ar wv;l) wiinoj )(iurltiteileiein In tin mtilei. Don I itprnti her r itlspuic her trurao spetk-haiply toinr biloii )t,ui chlldreo a seiiaiits Don't talk aboil' luw will i ff j on tnirs hate bet i It )uu liul nctn married herssi had thret or four or nt j or six cUlhlien. fi wltesonl children of husbands wuudotbj aie Just ii utifoituint- us tuu are Don't tesirte nil yoiirstidcu. pouting spell fir ) dm on u tlieslde Dlstilbutesjineofyou htlelulne-s aloiind lit other I lace, Hliei t liters will tell tuu just what the) think i )ou ftr such uuihilsllanllke londucL Don t sin ikt 4ii n nts north of cigars adii suit tat SI illiiin is d iwntottit antltheoi hi me and rant am md about hiw "tlmp. it ust econimlt. ' Don'i trt t ' mike ),y i-wl'e feel thsttt out. ht lo git ilutwi uu h"i knees audgioreli gialeitd lilt it.ll 1 1 1 In t In fori )tu every tin you get Itr a ni it ilnss oi bjitnct Hot wlies i nn mm i, nt lis an I buuitislln th, I eltr te I. otiH esu mires- li nt be o leiy, ti y -mug cf yoi plal-esof )eit,i 1. lit Hi Jll't ns letklci! exirut itnt li thl tllutili'ii tsynucliTO Soiiangtrtf i ml iuntliig)uii -toek of afle tlin, or 1 ns tlthti. It "lull aco iii Don i fuiiiptit her to other wuinen to tti llsidl intagi anl dint, dun t siuikoIU lullth,"s o nny tihei per-cu en tueeirci Men hi till at i it Hilr wives dep nnl le eiti lhe eouleliil ul all rt speclib pi I sons Dun t sviar at hei til liu at li-r r.s If;, lui.U jjlddii slit hei iilitn site lellsyoulk lhe Hour biuret i, tuipty. ouluichfl!. tu unptt it, and It is tout uuty iu tin tt ctei lul lv. Don t sum at h to lul u i Her Judgmt will all! ty: bt better till I loirs oi un SllbJ-lts. Don't tell her luw he uugnt to dresi I t hllilien or herself, md d ni'i loigettol li r when you Sec hr looking prettier ll llsllul. AnJ dou t fin get ctrlulh Utile prouilsest sol'ton vuws tua made to her on yourkci In I he day sot yum tuiiil-hlp and at Iheui ilagt aliai. Iney ure It gl-tere I rti hlgn.i ) u may some da) be leiultided of them yo'.u infinite stirun. . hhlglotes were nieniloned In Hie Bit In l.enesla til , ,T, luut s wile Is seen of iu'tliignu the hinds if bt i Mm Jt "the ssliis or the kl Is ot l its yitiiiiiii.iHiAkJujtl,it'i'.niri A Lesson in Star-Cutting. The stars of the American nig arc It pointed, thcs'ar-iot fiigllsh heraldry or six points s nvt-rayed stir mn) be mil ii it I a single t iu ot tin scis-ors in atrlji line by dtlng nils Takeasiuaie piece nf pnpir and fold It hair, toll II ugalii so that it looks 111 flguie 1. Now fold It on tho dot'ed line look like flguie li 1 old It over once mo agitn ou the dntiitt .lhe Now It shoi look tiki llgtiit ! it tin folds do not I evenly oier cadi tuber nrdlfy than li tht v do. Now cm .thing iho straight Hi marked by dou Iu tlgurt .1. and, unfolilnztl nipei.jnu will hato the star with flvetU and cm cut ns many thousands of theml ynu like on tho s tmo plan. i n i Old Iietty Ross, a rhlladelphls searastn who madoOcn Washington s shirts, aleotm the honor of sewing the first United StiW flag. It was she who showed the Flag Cos ralltee sent by congress how easy it wM cut a perfect tlve-polnted star, Just etictU tho way joii have been shown heie. - -- Hungry Prince. Dear little miss, a norem stay Mid hear my humble plea ; 1 our biscuit looks so nice, I pray liestoiv a piece on me. Think not 1 11 bite, 'twould not be rlffM 1 n he sn rittlo and rough ; In pento we II shaie vi ur tempting I If r both there's quilt enough I cannot snip, or sport or rac, Here at Ibis galo I'm tied; And patient 1 must keep my l,lsr Till master i oniottulsldr br, dear MISHdriie, with sen le ica I .Male huste poor Frlnco to rhcer I Oh. won't you break that'sugaredcaWi And we'll aim It here!