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R' 4 THK WORLD; WEDNESDAY EVENING. JULY B. 1892. Htf 1idU(Ad tt (D TMi "uollailne Comjxxni H91 t3 to C3 Pab Mow. Nw Yoai. Imti J " Iff WEDNESDAY EVENING, JDLY G. IBEBCBlPnOSa 10 THE EVEMHO. WORLD fncluatng rentage): run MONTH - 30c. Vhll YE All. 83.00 Vol. 03 No. 11.270 Jll4imtlli.rcil-Offc. itRmVclkM iKond tlata natter. . orncESi .WORLD UPTOWN OFFICF-15(17 BlIOArir at Wtmtn Silt and 82,1 !., N.w York. V01I1J) HAIU.LU Utl-lCL-USllI ST. ah,, Madi.ox Atx. ,,. JFOOKI.YN-309 WmninTOi Rt. m?i 1 Hll.AIlELI'lllA. IA I.irntn ni'ltnon, m KC EorTtr BTH BT. WABHINOrOS-eiO 14th St. HE. 1.0KD0N 0FUCE-3.J locMllb bi luiil. fat mbbquabi. pijfc MJJ ITOiiXZ) lrtlf not, mlrr wry ell orii- fltarcft, fiord U$tlrrrtlxmHblfJvr the rrturn (I iafe-kfeptng of anv rejected manunrtiif ., rj(clKrfi'1ai''io(-rrriarnrrori'alic jEr Ac ficfjiKoiu tctll te made lu tins rule l(A fcf r fjord (o tulxer teitert vr inclorures. Aor 3i nil thetdttor enter Into ccrrenvu(lt7t.e luii. E cr(ri0 unaraf raMe niemuMriiiU. J - I iFrofflJiBtoJie.1 m A GAIN OF 1 76,948 WS "WORLDS" PER DAY. ! ; : I K : The Most Remarkable Showing In the : Ei History of Journalism. : kv : ; p ;A STEADY AND HEALTHY GROWTH. i : Total number of : Kf : Worlds printed tliir- . . . & ; ingJunc, 1892 11,001.010 It 1 During June, 1891.. 9,349,040 if : If : Increase . 2j308.476 m k Average number of Wm Worlds printed per nnn r Q 9 g day in June, 1092. 000, Oti J mp?' ' Average number of I : Worlds printed prr nij nnr MS day in June, 1IB1. 011,000 B :totalgainperoay7q qiq K ! IN ONE YEAR.... lQidtO H-a j H C-. ........... irrl KJ Tho Eventntr World i'rlnta AeHo- ;; elated Press News. S' IlATicnoL'H flays nra numbered. His Hf-. elocution should m towards making An. E', arcby a liack number. Bv Buffalo National Han It Is one out of Imlf W a million. Ami 'Iroikiiror list might Kl hove niailo it moro if lioM liad time. Kj 'ilia Pour tli of July balloon lesson at H Boston is reiterntiHl at lllulTton, (). . where a feuinlo iiaraclmtist lias fnlku 7 4.000 feet to lior death. i( V'i If Explorer Staki vt wore tnccitlirnuch H4 r.notlier Parliamentary (a:iiiait;n )rliiins Kiiin Pasha would bo called in to turn H about and bunt up his onn qimiulotn H S rescuer. B. Afler yenterdav'k election the Glnd. B, rtoninn pain in (ire at Britain eimed rs f of u tidal ae. Hut btill the ciusm im H'X 6eeu to bo lnnrcbinc on, anil the (irnud HV Old Man dune to his belief in a final H' fraud uctory. Hg- A uesro stupefied by drink was thought Ht to be dead and was put on ire fur thii KV niclit at Chester, lletoiodiwn he nit up h and kicked the ico.box open, to tho lior Bt rorof his nntchirH. Ihih was bis littlo m " difference in the inornin.". Kl Anarchists at Bowirlldl Pa , hoisto 1 K the led flac of their dihorder. Ameru m K tuincrs promptly tore it dow u and miv d B; the Stars and htripe-i. '1 lm unlimi ut B, "Ud the Toico of honest labor in this freo Hu. country aie n long way from Auirehj. Hlp Itecardiug the details of a barroom K rffrny at Auinrillo, Tet., tlio reports ku Kf. no words were waited, Ah lunch tmiiint K be r.aid about bulletH. '1 en wire used tu kill two men and wtitind a third This is ft inexcusable encouruRemtnt for a lead lH IH 'Xue ai)plication for moro money for tho Bl Museum of Katuial llistorj has been V cheerfully indoiscd by tho Park Board. H; The city can well afford to Lb iucreas. Hb 'nc'y liberal as tuch iustitutiuns as this K Miimhiu become eipannnely ipcful to K the couimuuify. Hr Newsboy "Flip" Galuciiiih s-nod H four Ktruttclinc people from the iaos o.T Bf City Ikl.mil and was revaulul by a pi ft K, o( co cen" uui1 n raudnjch .Mloniu K-, the ordinary tost urno fuithc uudu.ib. K this wns " cenls per lifo for nalvuKc ' 'rilp'MH naturally discustod at tho op parent valuation put upon existence l tho roi tin d piulv Hot it is pleisnnt to record that ho will not lot his disgust do. j tor bim from ixerliuc Ins lift mijiu' cncrcles nciin wbinocr ni'Msion may demand. Otlur strucclprH who linpHii to bo within reach of Ids readi baud will find him dolus btismtsH on the wimo olil i plan. "1'llp" is nbcrti rend). undo. IlMXIDSnED AT H0M1 STEAD Tho trouble at tho Carnegie Works nt Home Mend has renchod that condition wliiih wan fearod and jet which it uas hoped would bo aioided. At 4,3) o'clock this morning an attempt on the part of the proprietors of the works to iutrodiicu a forco of nrmed Piukorton men into the mills led to a conflict with the locked. out workmen, in which blood was shed mid lues were lost. Yesterday, by request of Btipt, l'liic k, tbo High Kheriff of tho count), with a posse, of deputies, visited the place. '1 hey were surrounded by a strong body of tho wcll.oigani7cd workmen and quietly but firmly infoni.od that they must lear tho town and would not bo allow id to tiller tho worl.f.. 'Ihoywcro powirlcss to oiler mi) opposition and took their departure. This action of tho workmen was. of course, in violation of tho law. Hut they offered no ioltnce to the Sheriff's party. '1 ho .Sheriff issued a proclamation bofore he left, warning the people against as. scmbling in bodies or into'fi ring with persons ongagod in the works, 'i here upon tho Advisory Committee of tho workmen dissolved, burning its records and informing tho bheriff that thence forth the men would bo without lenders or advisers and each individual would bo responsible! for his own acts. At daylight this morning, according to tho information received, n troop of Pink ertou detcotives arrivod in a steniner nt the landing. 'J bey wero llrod upon im mediately by tho workmen mid their lauding waB protontcd. It is reported that tbev did not effect a landing and that sovon of tbo l'iukcrton army and fho of tho workmen wero either killed or wouudod. 1 ho men havo all along doclared that the importation of tho armed Piukortou forces would lead to immediate) Mood slitd. It is to bo deplored that tho pro. pr'ctorK of tho works did not call on tho ' htnto forces to protict thtin Instead of sicking tho aid of tbrso armed bunds , whnsn right to mako wnr on citiinsis vory doubtful. It is belioied tbr.l n body of tho recognized militia of the Htnto I would not hnc been forcibly resisted. 1 It is to bo hoped that tho Homestead troubles may be tudul through (iov. Pattihon'h efforts, his nld to that end hav ing now boon invoked. '1 ho struggle is one of tho most elaborate and most unfor tunate ever witnessed in America between forcisof capital and labor. It became doubly unfortnnnto tho moment n drop of blood was shod on either side Tho country will pray that the return to peace ful methods will be speedy and tho list i of casualties precipitated to-day be left at a minimum. 1 TuT, WRECK OF THE II0RNET, I The boy who doesn't want to own a 1 ont or a pistol or a mangy ellow dog is ' as great a novcltv ns-tho man who is not i ovirlondod with ndiico for other people. or tho woman who enn whistle for n Mroct car. It is a moment of supreme i delight for the lad 111 Kiiiikcrl ockers whin lie impure s possession of the object for w hub bo earns, and ho proceeds as precipitntily nn possible to cttrnct from it nil tho triplc.slrength enjo)ment thnt it holds. 'I ho Astoria bojs who nnC;d up their pennies and purchased n lfl.foot lutbont1 did just as nny otlur bo)s would hno done under the ureiuustnifi ch As soon ns the) heiniutt owner of tbo bont they went ubiinril hoisted nail and turned its purrless front down the ba, Kotwitli standing tho feliuitv of tho vessel they j;nw nn utomologicsl nniue to it, enlllng ' it tho Hornet I 'I hey wero on tho 1 oom of tho 1 nv fielinc likii piratis and rIiim ring eirh other's timl i rn like tho lolly .lack Tars of fn lion wIipii that big squ ill cuiio up nnd disturbed tin ir iileiiiiiHS '1 hi we of tbo tinipcptwns out of nil proportuvi with thn h'J of tbo cntboit and qinnti'vof courage tho boys there wire seven of tin m in nil bad on baud, so like .lim Illuilsoe, of tbo poem, tbev turned tho Hornet's " iolo nginthebniili," ortobe nioro truthful, towards tbo shore, nnd flcrv Inst " giloot " swam to land The) I look n fuge in some bathing houses and remained slpMrin.' there nil night. In tbo morning I In v went out to look nt theli cntl" at. but tin ie wasn't i nonjh of it left to mnko four toolbidcks It ha I bei n clashed t picci s in tb" s firm. Hut tho bois were Hived 'I hi do not come out of tho wrick with nuv ltotiinoi Ciusoe laurels worth s enkin.' about, but thov hnvi) furnished an evrillent lesson in life.preserMiig for ilensure.si rki r on the water. '1 hey have ma le it plun that tho 1 est thing to do with a tntboit or otlur sninll ernft when 1 ad wm'her thnatens is to hurry ashore ns ipilikl) ns possible, nnd bo somewhore ele than on board when tho vessel goes down or fnlK to pieces f0 rOMTICS WITH OUR I'TYrCC I l)r .Tosiiii (VDwmh nnd Dr l)viri M Stimsos hnvo tendired tlulr rikigm. tlniih ns members of tho Consultin.. lc di. enl lb nrd of the Hoilth Iiepiiluunt lk i" l'rs Jimmiv .Ino'ii in d Smkh, the retiring b)s!c sns nre uudirst iod to Pelievo that tin nitmii of tin lb nrlun ut in tin use of thiiSmitnryMipi tinleiidiiil was ilue to political influence s 'I he troublo in tbo Iloird is unfortu. nnte, bicniisi! It not only diprives the llinlth l)i pnrtmeut of II o valuable ndvlco ofsoinoof llm mii't unimit phi sli inns of tho city In tho iini rtnn natter of kanltrr) lobulations 1 ut will mci ssanh diteriui) catmblo and tvniruncid iirnc. tltioners fiom ncting as their sin lessors'. 'Ilio Depirtnient will linvo to g.ve up tlm Consulting Modical llonrd nltoctbi r, or to 1 o sntistied w all the serv ii o of mfi nor line turs in whom tho pee ui will hive no contideuce Sonili deeis vi) steps ought to lii'.ikin to e ear tho lipir'iniu from tht sin., pi ii n ol lulus1 a nen pnipi n iisvliiu , The beaith of the c I) tii.lu not to be I trilled with or risked for tho benefit o( ell) i liticil parly. TAX VAIUTI()N3, 'I hi valuations of re it e s'.ate in tho city for iisMSiim nt this v cur show nn liureasn of H0,fVi.7M. 1 list j ear 111" lucre nej eiver is' Owns ifi"i,'i7,nn making te.itli r nn nn reuse in two vi irs eif -in, id 1,1 'Ibis proves how inpiel is the prowtli of thee it) I '1 he tax rnto Is 111 tl) to I o lower this jeiir tlinn hi't )cnr. Win tin r this will ho n teal neluetiem or onl) n re elucoel rnto through le re used valuation leniains to I o seen whin tho tix)a)ora rici Ivo thtlrj bills. j It is n littlo rtninrknblo Hint wlillo tiles nro Mid to bo gitlmg lowe r, rents uio e i rtsinlv gcttm,: hlghir. It is will kliuwn tbst when tatus lucre asu on imlistato thov are hhifleel bv tho oivneiu onto tliu rhoulilcrsoftho tenants. Hut win should nuts go up while tines go elown ' Miiuiwhilo why hhoiibl tho vnluntion of resident liorsonnl estate (how nilteliin of J7.U1.6SJ for tho jear. Is it notitrtilu that personal cslato increases e'Verv )eir? Is it not ctrtam also that tiersonal prop crtv in tbo nty. the taxation of which rniimit bo khifliel bv tho owuor einto Homebody tho, is nllowtd to csi ipo tan. tion? THE PEOPbr'8 rAKTY'R TICKET. The People's party perfected its Presi. deutinl ticket by tbo iioiiiiinitioii ef Onn. .Iamik (tAVAf. 1'it i.n, of Virginia, us iie President (ion. Finn is n Virginian by birth. Ho wnsabrnvii noblierin tho wnr, nlthougb ho fought on thn vvremg side Holostnligat tho bnttlo of Slnughter's Mountain. In (leu. Wi'AVrii's speech cccoptlng tho leiidershin of tho Peoplu's party ho exhorted the lmity to ktnud by the litktt nnd not be persiinded into alliance with eilhor of tho old orgnnintions. It is not generally behoved, bowovor, that don. Wi av I ii is ns btremg a c uulidnte ns i itber Judge CiiiLsiiAM or fsenntor Kvir would have Ik en, and ninny beliovu that tho ticket ought to have beni rimrscd. (leu. I'iru is spoken of asa law)tr of markeel ability, and was Attornoy-Gtiierul of tho btite of Virginia for five vturs. A fo v days ago m a humorous oditorial that appmroil in 'lm IIummi Woiiiii ono Wm Hosfmii att was repre 'iiited ns having bet on tbo iitiiount of leiss sus tained by Miondinlir Hum nn when Ibis Htoro biinml. Wm. JtetoMiiATr, I tail r and n rnspectcd busiucsH innn nt 71'J Thud ""Clitic, has been enueod some uuno)anco by the similarity of naincii. In justice to him it must bo said that ho madfl no such wager, nnd that hois entirely ubovo doing emit a thing. It was another l!osiini kit who did tho betting. 'I ho superiority of the Associate el Press to all other general news ker vlcos wns again demonstrated this morning in tho proiiiptucHi with .which comprehensive ktorioi wore so cured from the Feme of tho labor troublosat llomostcail. Whiln other as sociations wore still dealing m generali ties, the Assie mted Press was giving out details of tho battle and tho names of I those who had fallen. Chicago hns a now turbulence. An at tempt to phuo a monopoly of the lake j transportation to tho World's Pair in the Ihnndsof Standard Oil men hns resulted I in a scrimmage botwoeu city pillion and lako mariners, tho fornior trying to drive tho lattor out of an old accustomed land i iuc-lilace. 'I ho police got a scalding slid a htanil.off, and wero alad oiioiiiiIi when tho Mayor called thoin oil anil appointed a confereneei for to-dnv. It is unneces. sary to add that popular s.vmpnlhv is with the mariners. The law's mvinst punishment must seem to most liiadeeiunttlv lit the iriuio for which two brotbe rs havo tust been locked up b) tliu Now York peilne. I'm reveiicoon a hor-oV ownt r for a fancied wrong, those fiends out out, with cruel shears, tho tonguo of a horso. Mull nu occurrence tenels to produce v. islus that the torturer, of tho inquisition wero not quite out of date. 'llll Worn ii ndtb'd to Its list ol news. 1 eats visterilaj tbo ncliiMin niiiniuiiro Hunt of CvmiiiiiN puiposo to ib i lino tbo position of Chairman of tbo lit pub lican National CouiuutUo. It is the paper for tbo news, both m and out of politics and legnrdli ss of ulitu h ALcrelecn, Kcotlmd, hns lestowid on AmiMW CiiiNroIl the fitedom of tho eitv. 'I lie grtat iruimasttr shoultl bo more tleiqih interested tust now, in tho fi.idoiuuf libeir. lb gave a libnrvto Aberdreu. 'I here is i nil for him to givo n thottsht to lb me ste id, J TH. CLArR llitwen Ini'li e s, ptililss ni it club nut. til", i ti intiileili r illnn ler.u Is on, o lilt- greitist hustlers In town Noihtii' pleisi slum tmtir Hiin Itvrlv tlmc, m.,1 Urn busier hi Is the inero titctijt)b',lli. Ie Int. Newell, the p qui ir iiiqirhnjir ot tl." 'ivi nlli lUMi i Mi Ii'ierftiiliid ot m Iti) regular liiiunintlc iJUJllnte tei tli" ssseinli!) i e 1 nil. Inst f u liotrilnet Willi tin u, itils pi pie anj won a inn i n t naens a r.iaicncilc umpnUn tritn-. He Is alieail) tlliv; tiji his vo at Planus frr the I iliilrctilt. ( oiivrissin in Wl.snn, u( et MinMuln, n In sp lllui k alter I ureal line! t til t ittv n vi nil 1 him iruiii glim iim He talk ' to (lie 'Iniiuuiii) vaul i.tili the 1 1 in tli, dues i m imlliutii Its 'tiillp .slUuiito Stw irktl'. ina't. It vm.1 uui) iliu i lilt igo i unit niton utatln i '.'i tilt K In Its final tuuilics. 'lie uprvine touilJusiliei are nmnli rlnv llm knoitjr quesllo.i win tin tluy.tiall mn. m ii' tu melve the itiqilliatlunii: V Iss Vgnts h Mutllsaii ler nJlul-ilou tee lie par. I lie litly gimluiitiil tll.)eir Horn the I niTirlt) I in sehe eil, .mil ins Uiterniliiul to practlo lit I prt fckslu'i here '1'lie case is entire I) Willi ait leeei'i. t ii tl will have to Ii tli. il t 1 1 i li mi i it . I ei I 1 in, i e I n wit, H s I if to t ii , i I'iMOJI ll lllll.' I I till ! e r Hi i I llll' Mn. nn' nn I is' a i s i ns ( i I ei n 1, w ii s e ni p -, i , uJ,i..ii. t, Ji.jIu, t.iu ti ui.ri ui imiii 'i sr3rvv.e in iu j i BO YOU LOVE BABIES? If fc'o, Help to Soothe Their, SulT-nnRs This Suinmor. A Diij Fair (or the Fund in Harlem To-Morrow. two WlllliimslMir (ilrls Kniso u Nice Sum for the Llltlo Ones. All ti Per rnnfnlnlns itinnev feir Itit i lt t. Itntiv I'linit ktioiittl lie iitlitreHseil in Ihp iisltler of the New York World, I'eilll7i r lliiilitlnn. Iletneit inns it etotliltiiK. iVr,. shnnld lip rut In lira. Keilitrls, e!l7 West 1'tirlj nlnlli sli ee 1. THE SUBSCRIPTIONS. I r..ln.lrartnnw t tfffil 14 257.21 I VUlllkiiii-liiiritfilr. 1.1111 Hull rrlunl FtitcrlAlnri ant 12 CS I I mii'tllu i titefffiir ... G 00 , I Itrinty MISmHr 6 00 e' Irvinir Wont . ... ft 00 Weil rPntlftli itrtt rnttrlaiTiment r.00 II. anil P k 6 1)0 ' niiln.y Virilllnirkr nn 1 tlkeitlti llAhlinsn 2 1)0 1 lUrtliA an I Sisliir 1.U0 ' In iiimrirjr t f 1 ttllft.liisl ... 100 I tlllol teinlr 101) It i brill" I tiiitri' 00 lnntp Hnlilfrl l.f mil uttier. ... 1 UO 1 VlAetcr llnwAril ,, 1,02 S I'. Ilimlearr 1 00 ' M A. I .M Mnttlo Mrlaiiier.., .10 II )im linvo comrlliutcd to The Kvfmvo W iiiii ns lek llili) 1 tint! lure are n tew llKUres Illustrative nt Hie workings of tho ihnrllr, whleli will make you fetl that ) our muni) tins been well tiestowid nnel thnt jou I have fl'iiio a lioblu thing In BlipportlriK so worthy a muse. The fri e ph) sli lans w ho v Islt the homes of tliopuoi unit prescrlljo for t tic ailing clilklrt it j ot tlinsH who luiiimt ntToril in pay fur a due- 'tor, ilnlklieel ttulr llrsl week's work last Hauirila) night. During Unit, wiek llicy souglit for the help, less littlo patients In I,s4r ot the big lene-Inent-lio si set I tils big town 'llicj vlsltttl In all exactly 1(1,4U0 families 'I he) found 1.1IU skk clilltlien that re qulretl their attintlon nnd medeil medicine. I To ins ol tho jomifr victims of suiTerlni; ' tin) were ol llged to piy astcond vlslL I In 17H casis the parents wero toopoor to liny medicine, to tho necessary remedies 'were iurnlslieit to ttnm b) Inn Evfnimi I S oki n physician trco of cost. In ,' I homes starvation was in possession of the ptcinlsts and food hid to bo furnished I mil nf tin Hi nd Hlxtj.nliit children wero found In rngs and I netessur) clothing was given to cover ihclr liaketlnt ss. -hc-o llgun B nro easy to understand Thoy ti II plain)- nnd furclhlr tho story of thn first wick's work this Hummer uf tho trio plusl- I I Inns ninmig the ctillelnui of tho poor of Jvew ork. In the flrstnevcii days, at a time when the hent was not exci sstve and the roil dan gers of the Miminii Mason wero not present I lu tiucncouiittriil, nearly 1,'JOu balies were loiina lyliiK 111-man) of tin in desperately 1 sick anil the Pund pli)Slclsns were wilcomo , visitors lu tliu' iniuitjirof wrotched, inlscry shaduniil homes. Nut onl) wire children found who were nt tho mercy of dlsiase, but destitution and hunger were uncnvi red In many tenements. ninl vnunir and old were dlicovcred to ho per Isliln; tor want of food. All distress wns rullcved Medicines wero pnscrlbtd and houu limes rurulslud freo, lout wns provided, i hulling was put upon biro lucks. This ivoik will continue) through I he summer. T'0 larger tho Mck Pities' I suiid I liu luero find Iiik l.vrsistl W nui n plivklctauscnndniiiunm? the poor. The more i mime) iiuil the more oxtinslvo tho rosourccs of the iharlt) tho further reaching wilt lis Unillelal Inlliiuico will befell. l.lvo what vim can to kustaln and extend this work. .No matter how binall the con tribution, ll will bo gratefully acknowledged. i:tir) iienii) helps. A nlikel may vo a little life A illiuu iiinv do moro good thin a dellir lit atoned In seine other direction. If )tni don't tare to givo inniiey send soino I clothing or sliues In tho address given at tho IiijmjI ihHc iliimii. Ihe hundi id-dollar contributors to duo are: l v i:ie; utHti.i) mi on t . .1. UIHII.-sllV 1(10 ('l)ltM 1,11 s V VNIHItllll.T uio I c. ititovnw v it(n-- mo J.IOI1N.1 VI (Ml Vs'llllt .... KK) I I eithirs who havo sent In checks for n largo am unit uc i IHIIIMJTIIN K. ('(INNOII .() i .1. It. Ill ItlANO 00 LOVERS OF BABIES, LISTEN I A ni(7 Fair to no Held In Hnrlom To-Morrow Afternoon and Night. Irlenlset the batites lu llnrlimwlll have iqipi ituiiltv to-moirow to show how much liu j hue Ihe little ones. And they will have i chain", too, to enjoy themselves ami nt the sun t luio toseiiirt) i rniiiieiual and Useful art h lis for thi In me nt bsrkMns. , V filr will he lu Id Ihero tiumirrow nfter i nom nml uUlit f 'i the In in tit ut IiikKvkv isti Whim n s s'ck mtiles i-uiiJ 'Ihe Harlem Ut moir itle' i lull 11111, in one Hundred ami l ntniT-ntlli Blnel ind llflh .iveuiie, has been plnied nt the dlspoitof thr Harlem Ililplng s.i-ien, an, ,,, voung tidies who lOinp ise the i r nnlitlnn are to-di),vvlih tho ' ns-isir.iiie if 'tcwiid Uhtiup), convcrltnif thei'laie Into i pirfrci lower ot bisuly. Plural ind 'tliu iluvrstlnis will bo applied In piutusiou, tail ihe civ nderiiinentsof tho liot'tus to win h will le added the lovellrcss ot oi ie nt the pn tilt st )Oung wnincn of trie uppiri n It f vinnlniiiin llond will mike It i ci lie o' etiihintiiitnt. Mi i its nre selling rU'ht off the reel as fist as the ) i unglu IPs cm limit them out Ihero will be ,v bis titiiidinet' and the procteds will, It all i xpict.uloiis .iro rtnlltisl, ltd sev. ml stnrlek to the already tovveilngiuiid fur tne it'll fnf Ihe sick bibles ot the poor of :viw ck Ivtrjbul) loncerneil Is full nf I'lilliiislisiu, nut them Is much frlemll) Hull) a iin!ih' Lie pr i tctnrs ami sus liners of thepiiierirlsi, roi ti n lm; the number ot thki tsea h Is it lilt k' int l he amount of do nations mured bv Iridlllduil s ilh Hon,. All nie werHn; in lull gl lor the biic-evsof the fair. Ah nit ii,;iit hundred iiaets have lien kol 1 aim I), ana mill) more win le iiispci iM o: lift re the doirs of tho hill are' opt n 'd tt-uierrow Prominent retail r.i nlnnts hive given guierously to iulp bltck the inblt's, and tlen vvIUd numerous leiuilti.lniij viluablell lugs j laci d 'be'ore thr i yes or iisti'iik. Niarl) iviryhndy In Psriein lie Imn Intinsei m the move, i ni Ii km. litbHk' 1 nnd has a ho.t of (i i 1st, ui.u qtiiuir, and what, with ihe P n l-el trlt lain) , f ih air. the iiior In win h iiu 1 vi isn WomiK liuutitul caar. ! I ) uutld, IU tuuil..' baigalDS, the niAliy Rounes of enj0)tnn' that or" otTercd nnd tho rt'iilnus and nsstduous tfrerts ot tie) )Oiingltdies vvhu hive the arm. gemo'its lu hind, there bhoul I bo a inomy tcsiiH ot which all llnrlctn cmnd bo proud And thero will he, 3 on nuiv teel n-ssurtCI. There will bo nil kinds of booths, f-ome wbl timpt tho lalitu Willi rctichtiig tct en ntn and Pikihius lemonade: othennlll bo sto kid with fumy articles. There will te it booth especially deslgntd to meet the wants ot politicians; It will glt-ton with tainpaU'n cue ds. from tho humble Cleveland or Harrison , button totlioflimboinnt nasli ti reliant! the i Rhhnmirltig kllki n bintie'. Then there will bo.!iipi!icS3Ciirloi and booths for bab) null doll clothes and ftr all kinds of home decora tions Hitter than nil clso thero will bo ai corps of cbinnlns; girls on duty In the booths whom ll will ti) a pl-'asiiro t look upon nnd a I delight to purchase from. Tho crab-bag will , not be forgotten, and the nld-ilme favorlto ot fair frequenters, the llshlng-pond, will Lo mndo one of tho fun-provoking features. Iliattlio Harlem Ililplng Hands society has excellent bucking f r their tali lsbhown by tli" lollowlng list ol Ilnui-lho bost known lu cw ork who havo made djnailoiufor the occasion: hwartkopht A. to. gave two upholstered chairs; Uloomlnstdalo Ilrt., a sllur-plaicd butter dish; HlmpHon, Crawford A. blniiibon, a bronjo shaving stand; Tiffany i Lo., a lot of fine stationer); Macy A. Co., a check fori(."; Horton A. Lo , flvo gallons of Ice -cream ; hoch A Co., book markers; best A Co., a handsome doll ; ltldley A ( a, fancy baskets ; K. Davis Co., cigars; M. Iflncr, nssortcd brushes; htar Advertising Lompan), n lot of tdjtiw enrds; Phillips A Co., a lot of dolls; William Illhm, floral dicoratlons. Tin' donations, from prlvnto Individuals would ' 11 this column, 'fho Harlem Demo cratle Llub gives tho freo use of lis hall and Steward Whitney contributes his time and services to ilecorato tho place. Itciuoinucr the fair begins to-morrow I afternoon and conlltiucs throughthoevenlng. Tho admission Is only 10 mils. Tin re will bo ' plenty ot bargains nnd a pleasant ilait. uu ,wlll congrntulate )nurselftt jou go, for In nddlllon to gelling jour memo's woi th, ) on j will be hilplng a most deserving charity. ' And Ills possible tint thn few pi mil's )nu spend will save some sick little one s life and I bring to a mother a nchlng heart a wialthol Joy that all the rnone) in the world could not j buy. do to tho fnlr and do all you can to mako I tt a big success! Two Willlrimdburir Girls' Fair. Here Is a bis re suit for a littlo fair. Two pretty w Insoine-taced girls cimc to Tup Kv ks inii WoHin)csterdn) to hand In tho money and tell about the success of their entert dn incut. The) vie re Jennie P)le, ngedtwilvo ) ears and l'aiinle In art, aged thirteen. Moth ltie nt 4H Nouth lonth street, Wllllninkbtirc, and the) lit Ida lair there lat baturdn) In aid of the Sick Ilables' l'und. The) sold cakes, candles, lcc-cream and fane) nrtlcl"s and give tlulr patrons good return for the muiic) they spent. Tor assistants In their charitable work they had Masters Iiobert Snare and Harry Pjloand Miss .Mamie swart. An admission fco was charged and the sum reall; d irom all sources was till 11. These food little girls discrve pralw for their ex cellent nork. A Lawn Party. Ttt II. rtttnr A littlo entertainment was gotten up Satur- day, duly J, by four bo) s named, respectively, ' 1-dwln.l. Teuii), Hairy II. Hunt, Herbert s. ' W'yattand Harry Hall, avcrago ngo twelve, i with the object of raising a little mono for 111 4 sick Habits r und. A tent w as spread on the lawn ol Mr. S. I Thud's rcsl.ifnco lu ltuthcrford, N. ,I and ihero the littlo folks gathered. Itecltattons were given by the Misses Mlra Adams, Isabel Doyle, and by Masters Herbert . Wvatt, Harry 11 Hunt, Harry Hall and Fdwln -I Tcnn). I 1 tie occasion was rendered more cnjojable b) the prisenteot the Uei. 1". J. Clayton, A. I M , ot (.rice Lliurch, and tho ltcv. I. .1. Cooper, of tlie baptist church, who kindly attilresscl iho children. Mr. Harr) Wade, I choirmaster, also give a pleasant address. I I hruugh the assistance of the mentis nnd neighbors or Ituthertord, tho sum of ci'j.un I was collected lor the hick bibles tund. Bnngf and Danced for Charity. rofiKlir Plcaso llnd herewith "i, tho proceeds of an entertainment at -Hi! West Twentieth street T hursday evening, June JO, Tho progrnmmo was 1'lAiin.nlo, C'lrr it. eiAlnp TUs DonAlfl.nn 1 HrcitAtion. I) Bf al tu , . 1 ililli Uiititkn hulo NlchtliiKAti'Sitiii .....,Mri, I V I unlti Skirtil.no htlhirlne Mihnlsiiii Iteillnlluii, 1 he La.1 Him I It. Doiialihiuii Sole, PAttl.oti'. VVaIu sutia airs. I lluiilkn Suln, All.rnaril. , I 11 Dotiatil.on H.iltatlnti, .Mr .plilr . kalli.rlnii NiciiultoQ I'lAtin tulo . KnTlinrink .Mcboteoa l KMtbiie, IlittOltl Man hi tho I'aIaioI .r. K llln lliiiilfn ll.ncp ,,,111)011.111.011, t tilth Itmil.n lAhlf.UA I'lipill'. DlffAl, llTllltll). I.TOntk, rhoHo frut tlii. I. nil l), 1 tiUnt!nt.lieil l'rajtr, riutht adiI Moruinir, liuuil Mxht J-1 1 A DOSAIIIsOS, i-l)lTlI llt'STPN. committee, Mnttle's Heirular Conation. To th' Filter Inclosid)ou will plcaso llnd lo cents. o know I promised to send tho above amount eviry pay-day, mil I Intend to I cop in) word I did have Intentions of PiDlng tin works with all my money, but I thought of the poor littlo i tots and cunt) to tho conclusion that tt would bo nicer lo give It to them Hoping you will receive a million more 10 cents before the Summer Is over, -MArriK MmssNmi. Fair In Brooklyn. rv tyrrtnr rieiso find Inclose $0, ihe proceeds of & small filr hi Id July J byflvn little girls, Dais) Shaiot, M ly Piatt, I dlth Astcn, Molllo O'llrlen nnd Martin W'nldenbur?, assisted ly Masters Waliei Pit I son, Jr., Stuart Walden burg. James Dliksm and litis Waldenburg. I he talr nas held on Franklin avenue, Urook .lyn, and was n gnat succesv. A Club's Gift, Tli IA. rtOor Inclosed pleiso nnd "i which thn literary Aid socle') si nils to )ojr Sick Ilables' Fund Wishing )ou succiss In your grand under taking, JtoSAMosii HiMiskori, 1 risldcnt. In Momorlnm. r ik rutin Inclosed phaso nnd l for the bibles In nn mury of our little Jisle, and In liu Name." Ion lllciii.eiitl, s. I. Clcmle'B Dollnr. To tt rtttnr I Inclosed llnd flfor tho sick Ilables' Fund, I hoping It will do some kick bihv gool, l Inrir LLmiz. I Hln First Dollar. 1 fi t F hlnr This H tho firs', dollar I havo saved In my new bank. .Mastiu Howakp. Least said, Soonest mended. Ks ait's Rooi Ur. i Story's ended. I DABY TOILERa OF EUROPE. Nell Nolson In r.oxt Sunday's WORLD will describe tho children of tho gront Oermnn city of Ham burtr. Bho follow., tholr lives from hnret-worked childhood to ovei xvorkid rnntur'ty. It 'is on article fnt will nstrao: Amoriuan youth and make it mora patriotic J r'-f'' r,J)-v-' .--"r.V.- ' 'T.TrVjsylH- f-rft li qjrfV'i-s'OT735iB:TOOOT-iJx( The eiv Beauty Dish. Foi renncinent of Idiocy commend pie to in) own sex We "do such things nnd wo si) Ruth things," as Hiny tontr slugs at the Mndlson square Theitro In his new comic vocallratlon als.ui tie) llower). It positively gives me cplml meningitis wbenlrcid of the iiicnlal cintortlons ;cr formed b) homewomm In tin Ir efforts in uu orljtltnl. 'I lie) like lobe rnlre In a decorous wnyntid Indulge the most fantastic fancies lu attempting tori ach that end A " viiimv " VAiimsfi e.ows. Htro Is n plice of news ot the fllbberly glbbel pitlern tint comes from 1'hllade lphl'a anil thn would mako me howl with laughter II ll wero not that!'- "gus mo grieve " Thu girls of tho modern Sjbarls havo I taken to uu exlriordlnnry dish, composed of I rose-leaves and buttir. It looks like alubri I latcd plum pundlng, and oh, my I but Isn't It 1 gorgtously Oriental in its aspect and odorlt erousness? "I hut Is the latrst motlo of becoming beautifully plump nud lovely," said a Quaker bello who was gorging herself with the Creise-cmbalincd lollage. " W hat Is It :" a v tsltiiig friend Inquired. " It Is no other than the great beauty secret of the lnreui, rose lcivesiinfl butter. You know all the Sultan's wives are delightfully bewitching, with tlulr grncelul contour and smooth, lovely complexions, nnd all the girls have determined to tr) the combination that works such wondors." " It doun't look very tempting." "No," she laughed, "and It tastes even 'mire horrid than It looks; Hut thin, jou knon, what wouldn't a woman go through to bo b'nutlful," and she took a lasto of Iho unp datable mixture w 1th a trlmaco that In dtiated it ought to bo beneficial, for tho same contritions always accompany the nauseous metises of our childhood, which wo nre assured nro lor our good Itoie leaves and buttcrl Hr-r-r-r-r-r-rl It Fends a shudder right through my alimen tary canal. A kerosene-snaked case of cholera morbus stands In tho sime relation to this dish thai chocolatu caramels do to tallow ' candles. Ard It makes ono plump and lovely I riump nnd hoily I I el me i,et behind my fan and Utter. Te-hc-hol Whit rancid nonsensel I hope no New oi k girl w 111 adopt thu disgusting diet, i-ho mlgut as well feed on curn-shucks smothered In nxlc-grcaso tor the purpose ot bmlshlig freckles and removing warts. One it sli will accomplish as much In the matter of bc.iutl flcatlon ns tho other. HutterlDgthorosoI Hal nal They must havo gotten that Idea from the old, stale and wltheretl remark about " painting tho Illy." Onl) the Imitation unpoemtzes Ihe Idea. It hns a sort ot boarding-houso, oleoicargerino flavor to it. Don t you think foi Tiir CiiiTiOAh Woman. . You've noticed when you're going out, lour wite must i hongc her gown; And though she si) s she II hurry up, she never hunlesdown. Font?) a Statetman. A Famous Female Architect. Miss Sonhtn Haydcn, the architect of the Wouiuns building for the W orld's Talr at Chicago, Is i nattie of Santiago, ChllL Her mother w as a Peruvian ot Spanish nn ccstr) , but her lather Li a full-blooded American. Til" " roiiKVARn." Asthestcr) goes, Mr. Ha)den was practis ing dentistry In stntlagn, havtug gono thero out of natural love of travel, when he saw, fell In love with and married the Spanish girl, afterward sophlVs mother, .Miss Havilen only lived In Santiago six years, btlngtal en b) her fither to rioston, vvlure kho rmlved her ediidtlon. Hlio grad. untcJ nom ths institute ot Technology In that clt), taking a full course. Winn claill'crs In 1 ranco use more than 60,. 000,000 eggs a ytar. Floral Bedrooms. The best decoratlvo houses and wall.papcr stiris keep pipir nnd cretonne en sulto, and toilet w arc can also be had to match. A jellow popjiy paper on a satin ground, with a cretonne dado to harmonize, makes a pretty arrangement for a bcdreiom. The cre tonne dado bhould be run around the room In order to make a bieak In the wall. All the inlut sli nld bo cream. The curtains and b utprfiiil bhould bo of cretonne. The cell In im jit i thuuld be jellow and white. All tbo luinlturo should be covered with the en tonne and a rale blue "ii y" carpet makes an apprcirlaluilrlstiiothe decoration. Adother bedrcom mhjtH bar a wild rote piper, with the wild rose eretonne, and a dull green "illy" carpet. Thero aro beauti ful rose pipers wl'h crctonno lo mntch In jclloivs, pinks and rids A)eIlovv and white ceiling pajier goej with cither of theabovo, schemes. Other schemes nr b'uo ind wlilto popples, nvett p-as and urs t-tne-nots, In all of which cases cretonne's, paper, carpet and chlniwaro may be obtained To make tho rooms complete ftnill embroidered flowers in w jshtng silks should be In the corner of nil h eis, plllow-cises, to rcU anl toilet covers. No matter who the unn may b r. en one of great runuvrn, Icels lick of tquanluilt) II his socks aie slipping down. C ofifpr nml t in itlifi'r. Some Vi 'arm-Weather Salads. French Saiau DnistiM!. Tako ono ten cuptulot vinegar, one tiaspoonlul ot sduil oil or tho same quanllt) ot fresh butter; a pinch nf mustard, uneof salt, and a table spoonful of mignr. let these simmer over the file while )t,u bf at two eggs thoroughl). 'i hen stir tho eggs Into the othti ingredients, tiklngtarn tbil the) do nut bull, ll should pioenl a Mnuolb, velvet) appcarmeo 1'orATohAt ad. Hull blx largo potatoes till tender, cool and cut up In smill pi ccs and pour over them tho following dressing: Take tho) oiks of four hnrd-bolletl eggs and rub lino with a littlo pepper, silt anl mustard, ndd a littlo cr lery cut up fluo and a littlo ml; then add enough vinegar to n.nko of the ton blstmc) of an) salad-dressing, cut tho ivhltcs of the eggs In rings nnd put on tho top CvnnAiiE S ll ah. Tako ono quart ot chopped cabbigo and hilf the quantity of chopped celery, mix together anil pour over tho lnllonlntr dln-slnc; oiks lot two ozrs. ono teaspoonful each nt sugar and salt, two , tpispoonfuls of ground mustaia, one-lnlttei-spue uful of black pepper, two tablespoontuls nf butter and ojiu cup of vinegar, boll to gether live minutes. No ono can ever tell w hit a womin will do next. It any one did tell, alio would bo suro to go and do something clso. Making a Linen Work-Basket. To make a pretty work-bisket of linen fol low these suggestions : Haling selected tho shade of linen aislrcd, draw a hex igon, in closing a smaller ono for tho bottom of tho basket, on tho material The pulterns hero given explain. PITTERN FOB IINKN COTFU. Cut a hex igon out of cardboard of tho size of tho bottom of the basket; also pieces for tho sides. Cover each pleco on both Rides with linen and bind with narrow ribbon or silk- braid. liutionholn tho edges, work the c)clets nnd embroider any desired design, as tritho other trajs. Wash, Iron and cut ns before and draw the sides togetLer with tho ribbon lices w rATTEBS TOR CARD BOARD. W hen nil are mils icd sew together over and over. On the lnsldo of two of tho bides sew pockets of silk or fine tlannel for spools ot thread and of silk. On a third fasten a few leaves of tho same material for needles, on a lour Hi, a pincushion; on n ruth an emery bag, and on tho sixth sew a scant loop of rib bon on each end through which to run scissors. m The man w ho knows It all, And keeps It, we adore ; But he who knows tt all, And tells It, Is a bore. Manaittque rtoneer. Etiquette for the Street. It Is decldedl) ill-bred to eat anything, even confectionery, In the ureet. No woman, unjessln feeble health, should ding to a man s arm during a da) light stroll. Do not discuss politics, religion or love af fairs In a public conveyance. Personal matters should never be Intro duced nt a chance meeting If the third party Is not conversant with the factsu No lady will accept a seat vacated by a gentleman for her convenience without giv ing In return a bmlle, a bow or thanks. It Is opttonal with a lady to recognize at the lecond meeting a gentleman who has upon a prev lous occasion rendered her a service. Never swing jour arms when walking, un less qirtto outsldo tho town, if freo from ob servation this will be found an excellent means to help locomotion. l!nnd)lng words with nn employee ot acorn, pany Is mere waste of time. If he bo Insolent or unrcas-uiihlc, tako his number nnJ com plain to thosu In authority. Street flirtations nro In this enlightened age regarded as tho height of ulgarlty. ono breach of good taste In this direction la enough to destroy your claims to gcod breed Bff. m M. Zoli usca 600 goose-qullls, nve nnd a quarter pints of blickluk and halt a pin' if rod Ink In writing bis last novel. Hut goes -quills and i luts uf ink alono will not proditcu novels, particularly of the olals'.lo kind. "Don'ts" for Husbands. Wives who have disagreeable husbnnds sborld cut this out and placo It under bubb) 'a plato on thu tta-tubie to-night. It will do him good. Don't hang around the kitchen offering advice and suggestions. lou have moro business in j our omce or counting-room. Don't ask what ahehu done with the dolla s. I or two dollars) on givo her yesterday or a week ngo. Dontmtrry.i woman who hasnt commit sens" enough to spend n dollar w iscly w Ithoiit )our Interference lu the matter. Dont reprove lie r or dispute her woril or speak sharply to hirbeloi a )our children or servants, Don't talk about how well off j ou tnlgnt have been If )oi hid never man led her anl lnltbrcpui four or live or six eiilllreiu Tot vvlvoianl children of husbands who do tali arc ju is unfoitunatp is )ou are. 1'on'l n serve all your sullen, pouting speju ferjouown fireside. Hlstrlbutesjinoofyoui halefulniss nntind In other places, vTbert nthi rs will tell jou just what they think ot juii fcr such unchrlsllmllke conduct. Don't smoke 40 icnts' worth of cigars a daj antl cat 11 dinners downtown and then j) homo nnd rant around about how "wosluipl; must ccoimmle." lioVt to to mike jour wife feel that iiu ought to gi t ilnw a un her knees and grovel ti gratclul hunilll ttlon before you every tin jou git her a new dress or bonnet. Moat wives i am moro gowns nnd bonnets trm the) iv er get. rnvins ami uiirpiss. Don't bo ko vcr), vcr) saving ot yoo prnl-cs of jour wife. Ho Just as rccklessl extravagant In tills direction os you choost .No dinger cf tiinki uptlng) our stock of atfeo Hon, or hers either, b) such n course. Don't compare her to other women tola dlsidvantage, and don't, don't speak othr tailings io an) ether person on tho cam Men who talk about their wives doem and ricelvo tho contempt of all respectaM persons. t Don't swear at her or look at her as If jei 1 would glidl) s,i) her when she tells you th the flour barrel Is empt). You havo help to empty It, and It is ) our uut) to llll It cfcw fully. I Don't sneer nt her opinions Her Judgmti 1 will aln a) s bo better than yours on run 1 subjects. I Don't ttll her how she ougnt to dresi U children or herself, and don't forget to te hir when you sec her looking prettier th ; usual. t And don't forget certain Utile promises u 1 sob mn vows)ou mide to her on yourkms 1 In the tli) s of )our c mrtshlp and at I he mi rligeallar. 1 hey aro registered on high, is 1 )uumi) some da) be reminded ot thein i j our lutlnttu sorrow. ' Kid gloves wero mentioned In the BIN ' In (icntslb xvl , a", Isaac's wife Is accui of putting on tne hands of her son ln "the skins ot ihe kids of goats." A Lessen in Star-Cutting. Tho stars ot iho AinTlcnn flag are nn pointed; theatarjot Ingllsh heraldry na' 1 six points. Allve-ra)ed star maybe mil i w tth a sin ;lu cut of the scissors In a stralga line bv th la nils lake .isqu ue pteeo of paper and (old It 1 hilf. lold It again so that it looks lit lUuro 1. Now fold It ou tho dotted line, look like figure 2. Fold It over once mo' again on tho dotted line. Now It shoi. look like llguie 3. If tho folds do not li evcnl) over each other modify them t. the) do. Now cut along tho straight Us marked b) dots In figure :i. and, unfolaln;ii piper, )ou will hivo the btnr with flven." and can cut us many thousands of themi ycu like on the same plan. 7p Old ncttj Ross, a Philadelphia seamstre who made (fen. Washington s shirts, also Ml tho honor of Bowing the first United 8tw flag. It was show ho showed the Flag com mittee sent by Congress how easy it wa w cut a perfect nve-polnted star, Just exactlU tho way you havo been shown heie. - Hunsrry Prince. Dear little miss, a mainont stay And hear my humblo plea; Your biscuit looks so nice. I pray Dcstuiv a piece on mo. 1 hlnk not I'll bite, 'twould not be rtgM '1 o bo so rtido and rough ; In penco w e 11 bhare your tempting far For loth there's qutto enough. JrTi WpDr 1 - fn"" s' I I cannot skip, or sport or race, Htro at this gato I'm tied; And patient I must keep ray place Till master tome outsUe. Bo, dear Miss Grace, with gentle face, Jlako basin poejrl'rlnie to cheer; Oh. won't you break that tujared ctWi And we'll divide tt her!