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2 THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 24, 1893. f I ithe Italians wer, heading for Broad way. Another rhsse of two Itsllens rellrvivl the monotony prevalllnK at the fool of noosevelt street inertly after 8 o'clock. The two men were coming- ilnwn nons--vH gtreet, when a Banc of strike saw them. , , "Kill the dagoes!" was the algnnl fur a rush at the two men. and a hoi pur suit followed. Tile two terror-!'trlr:con iMllans fled for their liven through Roosevelt and Cherry streets, but they managed to run Info a airl'ief cmrilnjr down the latter atreet. The man lei the fiiRttlvra go. and t'r atrlkera dropped linrk when they knew that they had wared the men out of tne nelrhbor'homl. ... The third man hunt whb Indulged In shorUv lifter 10 o'clock, when two Ital ians walking along South street near Fulton street found them Ives con fronted by a hnlf dor.en Btrlkers, The men were apparently looking ?r vork and hrok" In'o ti run when th strikers asked them -vere they were going. A e'.iase ui P'tilton gtreet lnm Slately followed liul the ileeipi; Kalians got under th.- protection of a policeman at Pearl street, who escorts.! them up h stairs of lh" ll'uvutci Rat I road Its Msny of the strikers pktrtitlni the narrow sidewalk, from Wall stre.-t In noosevelt street. In search of the ob noxious men, and they icsnned every man with the hope of finding an Ital ian, Even a dark-sklum-d laboring man took Chances, oh was evidenced by the experience of an Innocent-look- MW Ing Swede, who came near being mm tripped up by a passim- striker. mU The latter thought the Swede was a H "scab," and he shoved out his foot to mW throw him down, hut failed In the at- B tempt. K The atrlkera are not In M good a rrame Mm of mind to-day as yesterday, and that i fact waa realized by Police Captain M mm lalre, who doubled the force at the three tmm lines. A little incident, thai might hnvr H developed Into a serious affair, occurred B. on pier 28, adjoining the upper Clyde ' I (1m -1; mf ' One of the 'longshoremen, who wns m under the Influence of liquor, became igB Involved In a quarrel with Engineer Peter Johnson, of une of the lumber B lighters, and the result was thai the j . 'longshoreman was badly done up, The r ollcemen on the Clyde dock thought here was a BtnaH-llied riot on the .id mJ Joining dock, but when they rushed m over thev were glad to find only a .' pummelling affnlr had taken place. The m Strikers, however, did not take so kindly H to the bloody appearance of the long BBj ahoreman. hut they refrained from ex m, pressing thi-lr Indignation. H As far as the three companies were a concerned this morning It v.;in onlte ev-l- V dent that the situation Is growing serl gggB ous for them. II' reigni is rnai iccunimuiiuni on ne docks, and the fact that the ships are going out only half coaled Is causing them no end of annoyance. Supt. Conner, of the Mallory line. made a plaintive appeal to the strikers early this mornlnn to come to work. promising to make thing all right at the end of the week. A almlutr aupeul was, It Is gald, to hay,- been made by : the Ward people, but the iin-n declined to go back under tftt cents an hour. Although there was some v,.rl; done on the Ward liner City of Washington, It was very unaatlafactorj and slow, a gang of Italians were landed on the; Wall street dOCk from a tug shortly after o'clock and they were ot once Ret to work, one of their number, however, named Crank I'ryoti, of III t'nlon street, Brooklyn, was Injured about the head while passing through one of the porta, and he was taken tu Chambers Street Hospital In an am bulance. At the Mallory dock It nas Bald that only one-half the force wits at work to day loading the ltmpasus. It waa admitted that the men could not be secur-sl. but the Compan) hoped to secure enough men this afternoon, Things were tpdet at the upper Clyde dock, at the fool of Roosevelt street. because there was no steamer. The Cherokee Is due to-day. When she gets Up to her dock there mac be trouble. Justice Martin, at the Tombs Court this morning, addressed a few wolds of advice to several 'longshoremen who had been arrested by the police for assault Ing Inoffensive people during the rioting on the river front yestenlav afternoon The Justice told each offender to take care lest his action should turn the peo ple of New York against his cauae. He was anxious, he aid, to see them have their rights, but lie wanted them to go about their agitation In a legal manner James Jones, 'longshoreman. Illng at 95 James street, was charged with as saulting an Italian laborer named Peter Kbbole, at Wall and Water streets. Com plainant had his face covered with plus ter and said that Jones had knocked him down and Jumped on him. UfflcPr Raton, of the I'irst Precinct, attested Jones on the Italian's complaint. Two 'longshoremen. Patrick Hogan and Thomas Ward, swore that the pris oner was with them all the afternoon and that he had not quarrelled with or truck any one Ha was therefore dls charged, although the Justice looked auspiciously at him. Charles Hrown. 'longshoreman, twenty eight years old, was lined $1 for miIMhk a man In the face who was walking along South street. I, BYRNES ISSUES ORDERS. H The Superintendent of Police Re- H turm to Quell Labor Troubles. B ' H Supt. Brynei appeared at his urn. e this m morning ready to resume charge of Ihe H Police Department, His yucutlon does H not expire unit1 Saturday, (nil from the H reports relative io the (roubles among IH tha laboring classes he believed Ins H Immediate attention was demanded H Supt. Byrnes was in his oiti.-c fulls H an hour and .. half before nil) iiutslders H knew that lie had arrived, The Kupei H lntendetit was In wn as ,i bet i and H showed the env, t ot Ins lung I'ucallon. H He spoke in regard t.j the labur nee.. H tngs on tl.. "i-i si le. and particularly fill loose ' I in- l.ieseim- ITCCIW . "If what I (one been reading ill the newapupeix relutivt o ih i ices si theio- meetings .- f ., ,,,,1 n. I fii-miy. 'ihe !'w hav ,... violated md ulfluleut grounds fur arrests have been furiilshel by the speakei-ji who liuvs said .ot.ls Incentive ul m..i .mi dis I oi-de-. 1 have ' ii Inforineil th.u the words .,: th-se (.pcaUers lone l n j greatly exaggerated; bill, mind you, If JJ true. the.-. ha.. been uttered In d t H violation of the uw, and every peraon H using iheni has been gulll of a mis- ' H demeanor and should have been ar- B rested. H 'Siieii meeting must not i a lont 1 1 H i be held again, and the) shall mil li H flgld enforcement of the law is ill prevent H I hate had the Inspectors before me H this .iniiinine. and Instructed liiein as o B what will he done in the future Tin, m win transmit the order :,, ii,, captains fin the respective districts Men win I,. employed who are 4bi,- Io lak c ot gaaj such gpeeches as m,. . he ntadi H gatherings, and If it Is found that n id- H such as inn. been attributed Io speuk- H er-s In the newspapers aie uttered tin H gulltv oti.s shall ie arrested H "A most rigid Investigation of tin ir.,u H 1 le will be begun at once, H Supt Hsruea nas asked If the speeches H alrialv made by l-hnrn.i Uolduiun r M lot a direct vlolailou of the law, lie H WOUld not shv ai noich in word . bui H Intlmitel that If what had been .tirlh uted to her It: I hi ua ,,r n.u chlntl. B iit'eiances was true, --i v..- il!n of u B misdem -anor. B Is nor belleveil thul an. one ,ir be -crested on evidence thus far 40th K ered. a ;ii. -. Byrnes also la I ill, lei ri B tlve to all lalior iiie-llr'.s I tail' 'nil e I In K Wire :o every pull. it -lie B This la the text if the order isu"d K to the Capiuirs of Precincts B Tn All: k f Yoll .111 instnnl tie ti Mile- of ,..ir itsa K, a ani' tn he liicilmit ini.l win lili I idl B I places wbtWs lamuus hare saaenitilMl, ur st B t ir.npi tn HNMfinl'le. wlriiia -ilia pre tort, far iIh- K Sllegeil .u:(-, itl OWklUg in i-tnli ii : n;ii-ilieM. K i er Sieclieft rtl'lt mlglil Iriv leilfli'He) Hl If ainoirh the iMltitl.' peace, ss si, ti i.;Hol,ins i. In 1 Z dlrsi r iol.il nsi uf sc-.-tlutM C.i i -i I 4d of tin K E; renal ! B W V, a "III fnrltier direct the t I-,. ..r ymir K. ssasniasd r carefnll. le-ie the ilme mm plsi-f- HK 1 sf say -.'.' naemhl)T- u ,., i, biaaiuise .,-.: Bf tjr St lo anil i - , - i. or s-rwuns inakitis lu HT. C, (SBassTf nin... ur ;-. ! , .UuLils.1 tn raSSSsUH dltnrh the public piHwet t nhtnla. If peMlhle. tin' nttael SOll mlilresses ef snrli speukers. iin'l pmmnllv report the fin Its In the ' use tn thl oitii e. thumas nvnxiw, aperlntendenl or Pnin-e. FIERY TALK FROM THE REDS. ' - They Openly Denounce the Police and the Presr. Thertld npnn tiiefftttiirlDg ' Aoirchlili to me i liri'nn RtrWI vuA(fOj(UP .vrilerUay I afirrno'in byiho r 'wrw iqttud "f tliM'nlnn1 Market M4t1on bU not had the Mlutiry fHi-i i itiai ( lpt Hipplienmn Impeu lot. Thin morning riiem wfip tmriofi of I from tfn to loo Hls In rmariovtr niMt inn pitci! iii the i r.'iio t. ai thfM meatlng! ilia p ilea onU ih pfcaa were denouooed to riuniij an tioleni lernjaanefar Rmna noidi inabor her protege, fADUDa siegel, uuared riicsr meotlDfii ut n rule, irern held tr hUvi closed fi')ori witu ibnconaenl f t lie proprlotoret wno wliu fw rxription aeem xo b in in pal hv wn ii i im KpfiF i ihe Kourteenib I'rcoiool ws perbapa the i quioteai t ihe nve oter wniob the Anarehlata , ami more violent the unemployed biff m altered ibemaeiveii apt iMiinriy luii ! ur.i nn imperative ! criii'i io mi" proprietor ni every unneinbiv- mobl r Lull In bN bulllwlrk to ttllovr no ' meftinga in ihHt bulldingt. and, with few exception!, t lie mIt Iiuh Ortn befOeil. t H.t. -if pin i, -on. of 'in .1. mi-. .ii H:ret atatlon, in anticipation ot trouble, yesterday I ivmrii -utii.rti rder. Iasi night a commit trc n( Aintnlii-trt who reprceutd Ibom aelvva a Matarvlng unemployed lahorrrs.' i 1 1 r i l tu aeeute place tu noio nfrseiitiK t utn , 1 Uiortilng in t-nst inoadwa). ibey wera turned t.n without parky. The favorite stamping grouod ptm to be i apl. IWferj'a preelnot. and It han irfcmiifl i mi eaaary to aend out patrolmen m Citinn' clolbeato . rp watch or (ha leaders nndio prevent ih m nom pielpliatln,; irouble. At 1'hnnU lUii, 711 Ludlow turret, tbere wa . R large bumbet of llcda aasembied tbls morning Moai or ibacroivd were nenwbo partlclputed In the m- I'lnif m t h cllhton Htrert HynaBOKue yfHterdav. Acrons the n'ci a salu in WUpftOlttq with a bolateroua i crowd of hi leaHL IA0 men. No act, apeechea were made. Bealdei the apeclal force of man anHlgnrd to ward duty there were aeferal ( eotral OfflCC deii-i iufs (Irculailrf about the nelgbiior bood. At 71 NufTolk ntreel. where a meeting wan held esterdav, the proprietor Kald f bat (here would 1) another meeting to-day, and that rapt. i.tiMOH nau com nun ne neea icar no poiti-o interference as Ions as order was maintained. a meeting of tiie unemployed in to ie held I., nirin i.t Liberty Hull. 207 But liounton Htrtv-t, under the nuaplcea of the lluuuaituo brunch of (In DOCtftllal i.ih'.i pArty. I Ultnc lit nni-tt and K Hi i.iiiihiii ur nnnouncexJ oa the prlm-iimi apeakeni, nd I -vtr :i i Aral wnntetl to prevent Hie hi.Miiir Of Hi-. iiM't-tliiK bUl uft'T- warda he vttve his purrnlaalon upon con dition Hint Kimiiit ' ImMinu ii ,' i mi i.l not in- allowed to apeak, uml that ih.- other 'i"'.i it i .- iiHt "tn in fin i i.t i- language ." The r.uiidiriK Tradea Hectlon or the Pentral jabor Union received a circular letter yeaterdai trom the headquartera of tin- i.itt.ui Conference for the Kellef : or i ii.- I Unemployed The letter ntated Hint rul i J:, per cent, of New York waffe-workern aie unemployed! uml aald I further: Recatdleaa of linw we may differ in tlm I i tunc" wliMl pruliired th. tic iiwful poodltlaoa, j mir dun t titirsit lit h, to our wl.ifi uni rbll ilren uml in mtr feih.w men requlrna tiiu t we ! iia 1 1 iniik ii atmna and not ted Hftiri to davlaa die meaim fui tiiv relief uf the unemployed mill iiic Buffering. The Organisation Committee of the Conference requested the Section to attend a maaameetlng of intinr rep reeentatlvea to be held Sunday , Auk. 27, ot iin- International labor Kxchange, 267 Kn Tenth atreet, to take practi cal Htejin tn relieve ihe lUfferlngN of the unemployed worker. It re aolved to notify the ariliiiiied unlona in Immediately elect i i ;. u-t in extending the Invitation, it aaya; Ir heboovea n tn i.i nil premneelved identi, prejuilleea and llieiirlea HHhlr, even it only for I lie I hue I if 1 1 y t'ontrlbutlona to the relief fund of the unemployed nIimmUI be Kent in t.eorg'e W Mlddletoii, TreaMiirer, :h Went one Ho in ted and Twelit fifth atreel, and nutlf) Secretary i' N Adler, UOQ Worth Mlle.-t. id Hmuillll sent The Kellef I'um- lllllte. will he 111 HeHHlnl) tills e i-IllUK ' 31$ Howery. where contiibutluna will alau h" recelvetl, A part) of four frlenda of the ma n I illume, who waa arreated uh the Ihpiiku im- of the alhalla Hull riot, ., h.-i ! upon Mi Plnkelntelu ai 11,30 I a at ninht unit denmndttl that he gti on Hlume'a i ..in bond for ll.uuo, atni alao uiinw them the use uf the hall fui M ineellllK Klllk elHlelu lold them In- waa not rich enough tu ko on the bond, and referred them in i 'apt ieer for perm Union t hold the meeting (apl Die very told them he would allow u ni'1' titiKs in the F'lticlnt t. m me Miiiiiitists neauquariera ut n I Mite hi i eei lifts or tim re nun gathered this morning. They dlacuaaed the eventa of the lust tew tlaya nlth ionatderable warmth, bui there hm no dlaturbance, I .iiima (lolUmun was not preaent, Another big crowd was fed at Klln kowMtelu'a. 139 Kant Ii road way, this morning. The uaual acene, clamor and dlHorder were enm led the Mi ei hour, but ai 2 o'clock the nowd became quiet ! a ui Mr Kllnltowateln'a gueata awalted their turn to be admitted. Al Hie heudunarteis of the SoclaltHl Itt lief tutumlttee, ti Uelam ey atreet, litis morning tt was announced that U' uddltloual contrlbutlona had been iieled. .md that a benefit enii-P.ulll-miiit would h Kiveu In the Thalia The ntre, on the Howery. net! Tburaday nli'hl 1 1' the Kivie Arbeltei Btlmme, puh llehed this morning, ihe w VmK An urehlMta ot- Invited to Newark, N ' next Ku'urda lilghl to attend a picnic a 't'l tn.is meet ln Ueglnter l.evye Hellef tomnilllee met hi he! Kaal llroadwa) Ihla morning and liomt'dlatel) adjourned until in o'clock i uioi i jw morning. CHARGED WITH FORGERY. Prank Palmar Aeouead of Paaing Had Cheoke, 1 i-i ' i . !u l U' - tins Hi i ." I'ltllt (i ' -itt c..i..l,.ii Hi . uiitrti'iig Umd .1 wflrrniit lu ' Kriinh Pulutei ii pnperliangei i I ir; il Mil r It, f ..' s;l llmnls.,1. nltli 1. 1 j. i. Mi tt'n'i - - Pul i'iv ..i vi' wortUlen ilieiU '! lu in Three uf tii( i-lut-aa were f..i ' . . l-ti ami XI lu uml ilruwn on I b Kuli- -i i...il Itmih i-i ut her mm. rheiki were drawn mi .- Ums.Umi I'nial i euiianT f.r ,j.i mil so. ne Ii Tu nil itu i .if. k li - charged, Palmer bad -lf.n.-. ii..- nun r Kdward Nulao. TWO KILLED OH THE KAIL. RH'.lioad Mm Stup by illstaka In Kront of a Train. ii z; ii.. r. . Au !, iiwini i.. ihr ivrisli 'ii ii- i.'iiiuii ,.ii.-- Huilrmiil ilia. in. i. .. ni: ri.iK.i. l.i.,ii piiuvw. run un ihr uoriii ImiuihI nil- . - ' Io i". un ll.i.ii Juni'tlan. , 1 1 ,.i in fcMilrsWH, h msi nf tii.. H.. ii. mi Ihm,, iiini .lot.., iin.i..r. ii lluntsrlsn Islsirsr, hftiil II ' "I m lilll-J. Lilt I...' M.tlg nw,i,. IllSl " ' Ul'lllll I .. k ... I.rlnj ,, 'I.'I'IM-I I I. Illl.l IVl-li' Btnit'll 111 lllf f rH 1. 'i.i I. . Illal ll) l-lU'-l I Praise Is Good -jS?i 5 tag y. : lor n iu edict n tuh , 4r Xia. '" ar ' it- hut in he! lKpJH WW -till Utle. I btv tor mKiWt -' Mt umnv '" t-uflerfd f W "-'" S1'' Wl11' "" lrn,,W ''''un tm&nr '- I ,u ;' ' awnlied tnd iDm-ff ' v 'Bi ''' ""' " " '"'"' l '' l '" ;IiK (fm' k iW ' ' "' '' fnyi 'TtK M , f UV1 l,n i "' i ihed for m Jjiffr -' ' -S '"' " "' ula but did not (C ' - --Vttr A ' ,ir U- Hoinl'd hr- vigj AeMBr' rtit rfllef. dr.v .! ditptM ciiuof mjr blood r n l trav in' urfti-t i-ura. " roiirt. h. cur. . nooa s urej II gO !' V II. In cur, csiutipsUoB. Til s bos. FURIOUS STORM. (fWtfflttrea from tHfti rmo. tnlnet hia will Justice It ore n wti therefore oldlged to dlHi harge him. I'AVkiim mam: mmj:. At enit 900 laborers and pgVaMI "n gngod In pa Ing Bleecker Btreet from Si ill berry etret to Houth riftn avenue ware Idle aboul the atreet thla morning. with the exception of h few who made nttemptH Io hell the Water OUt of the miniature pouda IfeHpH of land and gravel Uged In mult ing a foundation for the paving blncka, wr i at tf red a I tout and Waflbed Int-i the new-re, i logging them on nnd render ing Hleecker atreel a nmall river The water waa mo high there nt llme Hint the debria waa waaherl on the aldewalka and lodged in front of the htilldlngH The ft ort rif the gille w hm felt in the Vicinity nf Hleecker attt el ami South rifth avenue at about .' A. M. a itg elgnlifiHrtl over a ielnuriint wag torn from itu anchorage and thrown to the sidewalk with a great crnah while a number of cuatomera were eating In the place They Imagined Hint an earl h quake Iiini Vial ten the city nnd made a dHdi for outside The front entrance waa completely blockaded, and some then nought the rear exit from the premlaea, it waa ,nme mtnutea before the true situation Waa learned. Workmen were secured, nnd In (wo hnurg the debrH WHS removed n (he curb) and people could Hun pass by without .Un. I-In' OVei 11 pile o "Jillli tered lumber it was fortunate that the accldenl did not occur at an hour when this street h crowded w it li people burn t"K t' work A big tree In f'ottage place, recently HHined Hancock street. iih hhiwn down early this morning lis t riink w as htn lien short off. AN OLD I.ANIiMAUK GONH9. The wind blew down a towering Old nak tree, thnt has long been a landmark on Weal Ninth street, between i-'ifth and sixth avenues, it stood just in fmnt of the Chinese Consulate residence, ut i! West Ninth street, and Bprend Its branches for n diHiurn e of twenty-flve feet in every di- i rectlon. It fell dltigonallv Herons the I atreet, effectually blocking wagon traffic and even walking on the north side of the street. The tree had not been re moved at A. M A RRBTAtTRANT FLOODRD Along We-t V' aey, Barclay and Wash. ingion streets the storm did more dam- aire and made more work for the resi dents on those marketing thoroughfares than any storm In recent years, The early customers of EOverett's res tuHtuir at lllti Vesey street, when they called (o snatch a ijuh-k lunch, found Ihemaelves barred out by a flood In the restaurant of nearly two feet deep. The dlnlng-rooma are In a basement u few feet lower thiut the curb and extend from Vesey to Barclay atreet The restaurant Is open alt night. When the day shift of wallers came on lat fi o'clock thla morning thev found tui.l'-H and chairs flouting about the J din Ing-rooms, end without having time even to snatch a cup of coffee and a roll they Were obliged to t li I'll 111 and fWeep Mm the water The whole force of waiters was en gaged In pumping and aueepa. unt the I Hood from Ci o'clock until h before any cuatomera could be accommodated TOOK HKlTt.K UN M'KKS In S. K Heed's meat market. 108 Vesey Btreet, the men took refuge un the desks. The fruit dealers along Went atreet. lie t ween Vesey ami 1'ark place, who dlil n t anticipate the storm nnd placed their frul on shelves and trucks, found boxes nnd baskets of nears, peaches nnd plums thoroughly soaked. Moat of the dealers along West street, warned by former storms, nave removed from haseineutH to ground Moors, and ex perienced ii's damage thuu iimse on YA ushlngton street . SMITH & M'NKU.'S LOSS. Smith Hi McNell'i reataurant, on Green wich anil Waehliigton afreets, suffered the heat lent hi s from wind and rain The basements were filled With about a foot of water. Steam pumps wen has tily sent Can . and, after about an hour's pumping, Ihe water was got out In the basemeiita were stored about forty bar rels of flour and about fort barrela of J beans, barley, rice and sugar. All of this was more or less damaged, us the I water soaked al lea at the lower part of I the content a of ever) barrel, Healdea Buffering loaa in the baaementa. I the proprietors sa a leak in the roof I ca.se. duinuge In 1 lit os(i and chop ; li oise A drain, which usually earrlea Off the rain from the roof became a topped up nnd the water forced a leak In the I oof. The water came rushing down between the will-, put ihe (Ire out In Ihe chop house furnaces and drove the cooks and o mm men OUl, I'AV IM N t iN MONHOH STKKKT. The Hint cave-In reported on any of the gtreeta was on Monroe street, near I'lkc at 7 o'clock this moi nlng The sevt em In the lclnlt hal all been i linked up. roiling ihe water to the aurface, wash Ing away the sand between the paving Stones and flooding the cellars. Sud denl) the earth waa seen to sink, and ut i. .1:1 ii ' aqua'e ar is dropped about three feet The sandy foundation had i been completel) undermined and washed, away, A moment before the cave-hi n horse and truck were moving towards the place. The horae passed nn safely, but the linck droppmf Into the hole The crowd which collected spent over an hour getting the truck out again AltnoMt at Ihe Hume moment the water logged roof of the hoflse M Tike street droppetl Into the atreet with a cruah, forcing a w a t he cornice work o lid loinitig bulldtugH. i-'ot iiin.d u no iui was Injuietl HOOK i 'Itl SltKU IN Hliortlj afiet davllghi a InbK chlm net on (he loot of the Mai house ut 2U5 Weal Klghteeiith atreel waa blown down by the g.ile. shower of btleks fell upon the roof of a nmall house Immediate!) in the rear ..i No .'I.. The roof of ihe rear build ing raved in under ihe weight, bui luck llv im one waa in lui etl, The chttniu-v n th Mlaalon of nit I sad) of the Itoaary, u Htato atreet, wua ulao lilow n low n. v t.i . hluini on I'l-.ui atreel waa thrown over k mas- ul brb ka came . iinbllng down on tlie roof of the bulhl Ing ni No (,i Several broke Un. ugh j the "kli-iii and fell Into the tomiaialng rootna of The Kawkab Vinerlka. an j Arabic paier One brick altghtl) Injure 1 1 Sletle lureydlnl, u comjioaltor, and pled a form IO xuki'tk ;ii:i.s ii;.i: More thun l .'i employee of the Ad miral cigarette Company, ai First avenue and Twenty-seventh street, were thrown out ot work h the stoim Most Of them are girl Last night the wind blew the tw sky lights from Ihe roof, and in a few intitule- me top Moo i was Hooded. Berloua damage was done I" is expected the shop will be put in ordei in iliu and the hands be able to return to work to-morrow. un the building adjoining, occupied hv Andrew Koch Ar Sous, soda water man i- fai turera. a chimney waa blown down, but Utile damage was done WORK nl'Tlli: Kl V BR POLIO K For m-urW ten hours the liver police , ha 1 ii u exiiilng time of u While other .ops" were legitimate!) entitled to sleep 'and abetter, the river bfuecoats had noth ing on hand but bald work 1 Hales of gOOtla WIT' bke. to be Washed lofr the ptei" end act Inn under tnatrue. tlm ihe were obliged to k" 'p on th move constant l . w at nlng v. at -htnen of auv damage and telephoning to the ata tlon a: regular Intervale what iltaco ties the) had made, me pbu i t..eir wnercauouta and the damage euetalned. The ni In "-;it duw n upon the Hud son River, the bay a ud ihe l'aai River III j maniiei both gi an I and lei ill lug Wavea were taken up in the arm of the wmd. H" it were, ar.d dashed hither and thither in the utmost con fusion Vasacls moored nt th piers uml dot ks swayed a- If In Ihe trough of gome heavy aen, ami were forced dangeroual) cloau to the shore, Then when the wind veered a little, as It did during the night, the water was roiled up on the dock- w hh h thev taahed In fury CBN B FROM THB HATTKRY WAUh From the Haiter wall the bay lnoke.1 hh If the w orld was being 1 it. -i by another llrvod and thai :b" A at era were rising with every moment. As far as the eye could reach white-capped I wave COUld be seen rising one above the other -- i- that had been moored OUt I there had a hard time of It. Stum anchors had been droilied OUl, ami even theae w ere dragged for a considerable distance. The water Itself leap 1 over the Bat tery walls nnd into the park, while the reaselesa dannlng ngatnat the rocks sent the spray upwards to a great height. BROKR AWAY PROM MOORtNOU, When the storm was nt Ms height. J about 1 a M., the large American ship Mar) a Pushing broke away from her moorings nt the Anglo-American stores ! In the Brie Baaln n being dragged 'out by the waves she collided with tin end of her pier and carried away some, of her headgear. The damage about the hull and upper work was considerable. Fortunately; no one was on board at the lime but a watchman, and. as the cargo had been unloaded yeste.day, th" loOS wilt not be so great. The . m I g in the KaSl India trade ; She Is aboul l.."oo tons register, and halls I from New-bury port, Maas, Barly this morning two tugs were sent out and succeeded in getting th Vessel back to her pier A tiiih:i:-masti;u AHHOUK, I The large threo-masted bark Advance nn it Is ashore on the northern side of I liberty slam! it wns anchored hist 'night, but the heavy gate picked It Up and dro e It ash ire. a Ward line alenmer came Into Quar antine last night. It Is supposed to 'hav been the Saratoga, which sailed fur 1 Havana yesterday, but came back tn And Shelter from the storm. The Schooner W W Story was picked I up this morning In Ihe lower bay by u lug in a completely dismantled condi tion Shewn towed to Red Hook Point. The stenrnlsi.it New Brunswick, plying between New tunSWlck and tills tdty, while ducking this morning, colli. led with the Hteamboit Meta, of the same line, striking her gfl and carrying away llfleen to twenty feel of rail guards ami hull The Meta was sent n once to the ehlp yard at Jersey City Tor repairs. The New Brunswick was n I damaged. At Communlpaw a large derrick used by the New Jersey Central Kailnmd tTompany broke adrift, and the wind I blew it up against the pole supporting the cable wip's between this city and Jersey Cltv. breaking them all and doing considerable other damage, PBRRIBfl HAVB TROUBLE, Qreat trouble was experienced nt th Bast River ferries thl morning on ac count of the high tide. Boatmen around the Mattery and along South street re peated the old Story of Its being the high est tide within their memory, and that extended back pome years. However, it was a remarkably high tide at ti o'clock this morning. 1 m South street there was n good sized Inundation. On parts of the stre-t email boats POUld easily gt along. The high thle elevated the bridges of the terries so much thnt for a time no wagons could get on or oft the ferry boats, The bridges were at nn angle of : degrees, nnd foot passengers bad some difficulty In climbing on and off the boats. The Kills Island ferry-boal was unable to make her earlv morning trips on ac count f the strong wind. Which prevent ed her from getting 0 ut of her slip. 1 The big building on Bills Island suf fered much from the rain. It was flooded from end to end from the numerous b-aks A small lake formed In the Commis sioner's room, and the detention pen waa rendered until for detained lmml grains. THE STURM IN BROOKLYN. Roofa Blown In, Traen Destroy ad and Cellar Flooded. Nearly 300 trees were blown down In Brooklyn by th" storm. Cellars were flooded, sidewalks wera washed out, and In one Instance the roof of u house was blown in and several persons had a narrow escape from serious 111 lory. The building which suffered most was u small tWO-Btory and basement frame at rue t ure at the corner of York and Oold Btreet a, it bad withstood the storms for alxty years, bui last night's cyclone was too much for the old struc ture and ii ga e way. The building is owned and occupied by Henry I '.rand t. The loWi r Moor is uaed as bakery, and ihe upper floors 'are divided into Bleeping apartments, Mr. Brandt bad hot gone downstairs Int G o'clock tbls morning to attend to this early morning duilN, leaving his wife, two daughters and a lib- e sleep ing oil tile second thiol . I A few minute liter a blast of wind swept over the house, An Blevated Rail- .road train 1 ushed past the house at the same moment There was .1 creaking of the old timbers and the house seemed lo rock, then the roof eaved in on the Voik atreet front It struck the floor and crashed through into the front loom on the e nnd floor. ri.KI 1 I'kK th MlH 1.1 VKS Mr. Brandt and her daughters jumped out of their beda and ni a bed for the Htalrwaya Report differ us to what followed Home of the neighbor auy thai the tan iv grabbed a few pieces of clothing and climbed down the ladder from a window 111 ihe rear. This Is denied, however, b one of the member of the hump who .says that the women came downstairs and that only tin little niece escaped b the ladder The police arrl ed In a few minutes and warned the occupants of (he danger of the hoiis- falling. They were given shelter by a f.unih living next dour. Building" Commissioner Itu tan wa notified at his home and he gent In spe tor Long io make un Investigation, Mr 1 g told an 'livening World" re- I . uter thai he thought ihe vibration 1 a used hv the passing r rain w is reapOHSb ble in part for the wreck Hoards were placed acroaa the sidewalk, md puaaer by were warned ol the dutiger ol going too near The upper pal I of Ihe front walls sag over the street, and ure in dangci of falling al -in moment FllCH HOOKS UCTIMi nl'l' Four buildings in course of erection on in Klcleii uvenue, neat ICasteru I'aikw.tv. were had!) dllinaged b Hie sturm 'I'll- t . f w lifted otr bj the wind, .md tin vvnll were badlj shaken Man) complalniH were recelvetl at the tlt) Work 1 "ii in-. -nt from house nwuers it ihe llooiicd district along Halae nnd Ham nek at rests. The ae wera do not iniimecl with the main gcwei on llreeue 11 veil lie, and lu a slot ni llki- last night the sewer oxer Mow and the cellut arc covered with e eial feel of w atl t 'Prattle at Hanson dace, opposite the Thlrtei nth Regiment Armor) was blocked l a ReaV) tree, which was blown direct I) ovei the roadway. The telegraph and telephone wires were w recked all over the city. The polh e telegraph waa badly damaged, communication with the Ninth I'reclnct station being entire I) cut off The trolley cars w ere also delayed In some sections of the city, owing to the wires being blown down A full force of workmen was set to work early in the untitling, however, and there was lit tle dehiv IN THR RA8TERN DISTRICT. Trees all " 1 1 the Raatern 1 dstrlct wen blown down, and atreet ear Uafltc w as much Impeded ihi morning. Some of the tree blown down were land marks, popular I) supposed to be over ! lun years ol 1. Hor v-.hs two large wllloa treea have 1 iod It) fiMin .' 4n Man v avenue. In lili'.. Kiev 11. 1 ' -tool lliete .-UnCr Ul' time the thoroughfare .1- the "hovers I .11.. u h "I 1 Mi role w.ieat del I, Thnge 1 1 ens t i p' d ot er a. id am ft ah ed . In the from of the house, 1 aualnu a '-i deal of . lining . 1 t lirtiadwa) ami Ueiroaa street a f uir stoi 01 tci. building, which wus in 1 course td onatructlon, caved In. and 1 j the ownia 'ni have nil their work to 1 1)0 o . er again HIKI I IN THK S'iv'KM Cuno Kiumbii' a homeless man, I (was found dead thw morning In a closed ' in bti'i' wagon In front t : Whipple 1 1 i-e 1 Krimbauci taa had no i-'gul.ir work j for months, although he has had 10 Id jobs to do aboUl arlous aIuin ! mnce Mondav, however, he has had little or nothing to d v K eaterday tl,f man oid ome frlenda Ihgl ! was g ung to a hospital. He Iwas la; seen about nildnlgiit. when he way much under the Influence of liipior. li la euppoaed that Krumbuer crawled I into Hi clot"d Agon to get some I protection from the lain, and that the exposure waa too much for him in his leg I) condition. I IN TH1C TYVKNTY-SIXTII WARD. I I The damage In th Twenty-alxth Ward wa gtennl Ve. Streets were Hooded.. 1 celars and Haaementa deluged, house . unroof etl, and tree uprooted by hun dred. I iin Millet avertue, between Rastern Parkway and Bslmoht avenue, stands a I row of new brick houses, two stories 1 I iiigh The 0 were badly damaged. , I Kvery roof In the row was twisted and; lorn off. and the metal cornices were1 1 wrenched from 1 heir fastenings. The streets on e.thtr SldS Wet, Utter' d with the debtiS, Oscar welnhuld'S house, ut :'', 'an Bltfklan avenue, bud a curious uitship. In the iear of the ilwelllng stood a kitchen of fair proportions. Above the kitchen roof Spread the I branches of a huge willow, During th. storm uip great willoa toppleil over, The I roots spread mid -1 t H kitchen, and as . 11 fell life little building was llftetl from I Its foundations and tumbled over on one, j : I le, wrecking the Interior. f p'oi ge h. Alexander's residence on Arlington avenue, near Van Bid en, was unroofed and a part of the roof was ! carried a distance of three block. At 11.80 las) night Mr. Alexander himself narrowly escaped obliteration by a big willow which tumbled across hi home ward pa 1 h Another big tree blocks the street In front Or the Liberty avenue police sta tion, and wrecked willows have rendered port Ion h of Miller a venue and other cross atreet Impassnble. HKi WNSVlLLH FLOODED, Cellar Wfr flooded and foundation partially w 11 shod away In Hrown svtlle. Rhoplro s liquor saloon, on stone avenue, near Belmont, was struck by an up rooted tree. The branches smashed in the big plate glusa window and swept hoCh-M and glPSSea from counter and shelf. On New Lot Hoad. near Miller ave nue, the Storm uncovered an old well aid n valuable horse belonging to Chnrlea Pratt, a neighboring farmer, which had got loose from it stable, tumbled in. It was dead when found early thin morning. In the Twenty-seventh. Twenty-Eighth nnd Twenty-fourth ward trees lie In ruin everywhere J'ushwlck avenue Is green with snapped boughs, Some of the small street, such as Orove. Covert. Kldert and Stantrope, nre almost ImpnsHHhle. John IIoHcn' liquor store, nt 19.' Fulton street, hn no front Hit morning. The plate-giaa window blew In last night. MOONLIGHTBJRS CAUOHT, Amaranth Council, 11. A., left the bridge tlock, Brooklyn, early lat even ing for n moonlight excurnlon up the Hudson. The boat went up a far gJ I Yonkers, and then turned backs When the party reached Brooklyn at 1.30 o'clock this morning the boat wa tin 1 able to reach her (lock, owing to the high wind and the tide. The party Railed up and down stream for an hour, when there wn a tempor ary lull lit the storm nnd the boat wn made fast. Fire Commissioner ZSnnls was asked to-duy to setld a couple of engine to the House of the Hood Shepherd to pump the water out o ft he cellar, The basement was flooded during Sat urday ' storm and had been cleaned out yesterday. The storm last night brat under the building and there was a foot of water over the floors this morn link. DANOKOUB PLACES. The following dangerous places In the streets were reported at the Brooklyn city Works Department: opposite 64 Seventh avenue; Atlantic avenue, be tween Franklin and Classen: Bergen Street, between OCheiter and Ctlca ave nue; Bergen street and Rochester ove- hue: Saratoga and Atlantic avenues; Third avenue, between Fortieth nnd Forty-third streets; Lee avenue and Rut ledge street; Van Hrunt nnd Degraw street. Qranam and Herbert streets, Hancock nnd Welrfleld street; sewer Caved In nt Third avenue and Thirty sixth street and Fourth avenue and Forty-first street. DAMAGE IN H0B0KEN. Feacaa, reaa and Telegraph Folea Blown Down Bird stilled. fVnsldeniMe damage was don in Hobokes Uy the Miinu early this atoralac Thirty Rte fee,! ef fenre "a Clinton treit, hets'ses Kourlh iiad Flftb atreete, ws blown iiwn fiml 1 n rr 1 etl out lata tba roadway, it i ebiurh property, Almut t wenl ent of Inn lnmdreil plgeOM wld li bod their nert in the nimla nn the top of St. Mnry'i Clairrti were found dead i front nf t tie 1 hiin-li ,lw SOIItS altar mjt this gtonilug Two d'ltu trees Ir t'lunili S,imre Park were either ll0WU it"'" er luni llieir 1 1 tab hmkeu. The (p. uk wni strewn with 'end and water Honked vparruwH. The siniill Imitm in the i- .:' I-i I,, -ul put roll il the park, tint picked un the hint tbtit bad lite and aUtffed litem Into their broaata mil pocket. tine nitle fellow iimi u largt market laaltel nearly tin huge iin bluiaelf, ith unly ihrre I beta In it. I t Ihe eorni'i' of N 1 1 low iifenne mill Newark atreel. lha four aewera at eaefa r itie curnera were all t4raked up, uud tin- water hi tin1 ren ire of the road waa oter wIhi htcti. A number nf I airgraph ilea along n,- Weal Hhora traeli al the fuol of the hiu were blown down, mid tin' telegraph w iri"t roaaed aud broken A few w,bh1 nuedi In th rear t.f the hotnei u Koiatii atreet, between Willow and lark ii. ei lies, were blow) uwuy, TRAIN WRECKED AT MT. VERNON Ran Into a Washout Near the Ful ton AvemiH Bridge. MOUNT VKHNON, V Y . Aug, 34. The hay ralna of last night esuaed aaaliouta here that bava I-!.. k--.i nil weaMtound t ralna en the New York, New Haren mid Hartford Ita II road. The worat one i near th' Pulton avenue i-rhige. in tins city, where ion feet of the railroad ene hunk men t baa been waabed away, j 'Ihe fteiglit train from New Itu'lielle, dm here I at tiihiiiiiili!, run Into Hie we about m Kulun t avenue, nnd wua completely w reeked. Klj ram i loaded Willi lumber, tual and inenbandUe were pi hi l .in tup i.t fin ii ullier in the niKi"! af the traalw il l'rlnuatelj no tsie waa Injureil, but I..iiv the tciiiiiiiiii eaeaped t- hIiiimi a in Ira le, a wrecking tratu from New llnren arrlvetl 111 l I- HI I ' I M" 111, tTSIiai 1" iiiii,ii-b- ,11 ;i '. fust us puaatblu under Ihe elreumatuneea, hnt u.iin preaeUt apMsramea tin Uamage eaniwl he repaired before nlsbl, w ben I raffle tiii be reaunusl. There is n amd Of water tilling the cut nt fib. hi avenue ai leut three feet deep, tunl li . nnsiiuiilt V milling ilif eiiih.mkrin lit umn In other plaeea, t'hlef 1 1 it 111 Deaputeher nummlug, or the railroad conipunyi is on the ynmnd. and b atulea that be L'Specta lu gel the inks u ured lo noon. tltbei wuMhuuia of minor Importance have til ready heii repulird ruins ure belug run Mum I'urts Mt Him atreei tn tbti city even huh hour, 1 iw heavy wind or list night unroofed build Inga ami uprooted tree in every direction. N.i eatlmSte of the , :i... t done . .01 he given, mi wldeapregU t itu- dlaaalroua effecta of n.. ktorin Tralna --' uf HUh i.u. c are run n ing !! w bedala time vis the lUrlem River branch to une Jinn.i:.i and Twaot 1 uini b t reel The f o'clock mall train out of the Grand Central Depot gut tauaiit in tto ui--kj i. mid remained kimiisi during the morning it wm ri twrted lliat the tutttl train had been wrecked, hut this u untrov, The ntni m did much damage in Weetcbseter i'iiimit. 'tree were hlown down !n every dlrec lion, iinl In aume loalancea tuiildlngs ere un : rooted, bnl no loaa of life i reported. Along the abore of the Monad manj raenti and imall I heat a S ra blown Up high unl dry oa the beirU AT MANHATTAN BEACH. Guese Drlren from Their Rooms -Wave Flt'y Fot Hiab. At Manhattan Beach, after midnight, the roar nf tin w iial uiti the i-r.ish t.f the wavea agalual the ai 1 Wall made aUCb turmoil that there went fen aleeiieri in the hotels. it. niin m driven throttgii every ere vice in wladuwa and dnnra on 1 n. etiawed aide, sad the hotel euipiut e were kept bustling ainsit all nlgbt, aio(i'inR up wet iii 1 1 and imerMins pea1 iiaitel for guesta wIhi wen- tlrlven (mu their OS n 4 j i !m more eiposed Oriental Hole) hi.tv in the heavy blsata bVe a P dUaaS htepW on a rmigh 1 track. Toarartfa mornleg a t he tid" post, the ' rta-hetl rtflT feet inin Hi a!r ga iner hrohe. and IM wbUusa Oiilng the heath were Ailed with gliesta Wgtcblag the TtttplaT. At S nd.Kk the l.it Uiartlwalk m fnt nf the Oriental - . to leM. and In a aho'-t time lia ratline " entirely twept awaf. and Ua outer edge became a fringe f ragjrc. tfmtter. 'i'ua debrta, wtlh the nun beochaa tbai had I been ftl6fl the Inner edge of the walk, waa 1 airwti orer the hiwn. half way up to the hotel plgsaa, Above end I elOW the hotel the water washed 11 !- the liitnnd Into Rheepchead Bar. j At the fame time the ln limnre of the bathing pi'.ii..ii ai Itanhattan Beach wpa wrerked by the watea, lung geotloOl of It being ilaahed to pieced. The i.'ui.i "ilk at the rntmlt. paflllon iym alao damaged, Some lentlOQI of the eeener In th flrewnrka inpii"ure wera blnwo down by the wind, Tha Murine KiiIIwht tracks, between Manhat '111 and Rrlghton, were entered with debrlH, ao I that the tralna eould nut run, ' After it o'clock, when the tide turned, the 1 wind also veered cornpleielj afotmd, and do fur Diet damage is sntlclaited. ' Ym trains on Die Manhattan nflfh route nf . the isig laiand tin It mad had tn wait for fallen Iretsi to be reninet fpmi the tra. ks la MVefBl ptscea before thej muld pitrceed. At Kheepabead hay many of the enttasea were eomptetely aurrminned hy water nt higii tide, 1 ihi-i a o nf imall roWlraSta and oalllMinrs were driven aahore, ROCKAfTAT BEACH'S REPORT. nanley'a and Brandrs h e Plera ! Wanhed Away Other Damagt. uoiKAWAY DRACrT, I. I.. Aug. 94. Uai nlRht's atom wronchl r insldt-ralde daauiK'' at Roeksway, Tha breakera were twf hich, nnd the water rnahed nearly U'm feet hSCk, The entire roof of (lie KatU Knd Parllion wns lom away. The entire pier of Hsnley'a Hotel is gone, na well aa Ihe bathing hoimea and b. thing hiiHh of the BaBt Knd, Itretnen'a mid I (mile) 'a Mottla The lions -a ahnok like leavea, nnd tt wns feared that the water would wash every tiding away. lr. Drandretha pier wna washed awny. Treea In bnwyer Wagener'a yard were torn dawn. Lawyer Jaworower'a oottaga wan in 1 danger, bni no harm was done, All along the hay. fnaa IlumnieU'a Station tO AqUedUl t, the boats were thrown tOf Other Upalde down, not only the rowlHMiia but the ahifcle Bttekera, ThS wuter wna nearly lip tn the treatle wort f the I'ti- Inland Hall mad. Nenr Aqueduct St a tlon are a lot of Ashing noUSM. All were aiirrounded by water thla morning1, RvoM train wna flagged this morlnng. because the earth on which the track are laid bad been watihed away, and workmen were filling hi. On Invar, n alngle atirker, wan thrown Up to tie treatle work and had tn be rained. Tralna were delayed until 7.M, when every thing commenred to run ntnonttily, althonah the tralna had to alow up at AqUSdUCt on account ! of the waah out. Such a llorm and wreckage baa not been known ot Itockaway for yeara. WRECKAGE AT BATH BEACH. Furor" Caslna Blown Down- Much Damagre to Otber Property. BATTT PEArH. T., Aug. 24 The itnrm tant nlalit was the moat aeyere eaperlenred here for yeara. The town Ible morning waa filled with wreekoge. The atrong wind blew down treea by the hun dred, nnd In noine thoroughfarea travel wua completely blocked, A glfantlO willow tree blew down during the nl,lit on the Avon Beach property. It waa located lo fnmt of the main entrance to the hotel, and when It fell It carried considerable plaaaa railing with it and entirely obstructed entrance to ibe hotel. I'nrev'a Caalno, a concert ha U owned tiy j Robert rorey, a relative of Oommtsaloaer of Jurora William a. Furey, of Brooklyn, waa wrecked. I The concert waa given each night under a j large eaavaa tent on Cropaey avenue. The teal waa 50i Lim feet In a'ie. Reveral hundred tallies nnd cbalra, with the atuge and alt the appliances, lny thla uiomlng in a maoa of rnlna. V. It. I'limeHs Caalno waa alno badly dam aped. The beantlfnl grounds aurrouttdlng the Avnca Villa, on Cropaey avenue, were torn up and preaent a lorrowftil-looklng eight. The tide wan very hlirh, but the direction ' of the wind prevented many wanhoiita, al- though aeveral bathing bouses and boata were waahed away. Tha Beeond avenue eleptrle cam. running from Thlrtv-nlntli atreet nod Second nvenue. Hrook- lyn. t Bath Beach nnd Benaonburat, were lltrked for aeieral lioura (ai necount of (he many lare treea blown aoroaa the track. IRON PIER AND BATH-HOUSES CO. Beach at Loner Branch Washed In Many Yards. I.OXi; BRANCH, K. J., Aug. 2 -The worat atorm ever known at thla oeaoon of the year occurred hint nlgbt, doing much damage to property. The Iron pier nt tiiia place waa inp'tled over, and the wooden etructurea that atood upon it were precipitated Into the urr. The beach In front of this place and wet end wan waahed in f..r mour nirdf. Every bath'houae waa carried away, awn of them ronuloed Ihe hath lug oidti ot tlie guesta In the hotela, which were tost. The n-w Jeraey Bout hern Railroad had aev eral of it bridge waahed away hr the high water In Hie Shrewsbury Illver, and thla morn ing trgln were unable to move. New York people who gO to Ulg Itrntlch lllul Wcgt l'.od to remain oter night, curaa up " tha Peon yiranla mad thla morning. 'At Perth Amboy, tin Central Italiroad of New .hi aey bad 0 WSShOUt, eunalog aeveral houra' deloi to irnlui. At Bay Head Montoloklng, and Cnadwleg a the atorm wna felt In Ita verify. A number of hattidionaca were carried away, and verandaa bluwn t.lT the cottages. Utile real waa enjoyed hv ihe gueata of hotel or the cottage raaldenta, hn nil f. It the neeeaalty of being ready to make Ut Ir es.ape lo places of safety in caae lha ttturm lucresaeil. a i the Barnegat pier, which crosaea the tmy. men were ut work this morning testing he aim. lure before tralna would ie allowed iu paai our. COTTAGES SEVERELY SHACEH. Residents Sougbt Shelter Further frosa the Beach. I'divr i'i.kasant. J . Aug 14. Tha Mturm lhal awopl along the Atlantic eoaat be tween mldnlybt and this morning eaoeeded in verity anyin ing tint Sew Jeraey ha known fur yeara. It aeemed lo come hum Ihe north eiiat, and did Incalculable datauga In Ibla aei i it n liirgc treea were i Ion n down here, en.l at I at. I a Kinl. fnrther out n the beach, the cot i ig,Hi were aaverely idutken, and their on u pnata were driven to geek abelter In I'olni fbaaiiiit. Heveral r,.ltnga had their t I uA IdOWfl Off, and tn of it" 'n were uuruofed HACRENSACK LANDS SUBMERGED Northern Now Jersay People Thotigrht It a Tornado. II rKKNSAriv. N. J.. Anr. -4. The etorm o tnai night mid itm morning was the moil aevere fell In thla pirt tif New Jersey during the Summer enon in many veara. Tin- atorm waa accompanied by a terrins gale, which blew down trees, unroofed a num ber 'of buibiinas nnd aerloualy iiHmuged the Props, I'ntui niiitnlgtit until H A. If, tlie rain fell in torrents und the HacJjianasi k River over (lowed, raualng the laud along Ihe S J. aod N. Y. Rullroad. between ihe river'a edge and Uackenuok, to be absterged. Many eellara were flooded, ami tt li dlffleult at oregent to estimate the a mono t of dam a ice done. At ttmaa the atorm anept d wn through tha iiiiu of Sort hero vew leraey like a tnrnad. arousing tlie inhabit ants from their beda aud canning a feetlnr of niueh aniiety. BARN IN RAHWAT BLOWN DOWN. New Foundation Destroyed and Other Damage Done. IIAMWAV. . J.. Aug. 24.- The terrible wind ii. I i.i n gtorm whleb i-ii.-i thla plm-e early this morning baa '" a portion nf the town in a v reeked eondltlon. Tba tali gniph polei ami Wires w-re nearl) nil blown down, mid trees ere Kin wn in every direction, the pain fairly lifting i hem nut of the ground. The large barn Of William Kevea, raised t ShOUt $l.nnO nut hlowu down nnd entirely de stroyed, and the new found it Ion io T. Ih mlllei i'-g itnrsge duaiae wan deatroyedi besides i number of omsUof bulldiiiga. NEW BRUNSWICK'S BIG LOSS. Trees Uprooted Id tbe Streete and Cuius Prsrt'caUy Rulued. NKtV Hill NHWItTv, N. J., Allf. 24 - Thr .(.lnt .liirni lbs. np4 thr.iilshmil Hldtflfan t'nlllljr, N. J. from mMnlfht unlll rarlj Ihli ,,,'!,(. 1M Mtersl llioiiiisnil .'..I1., is' (Um.ir r m (fopa, HuivlriMl. of crr nt rnrn wire m -v. i, tows, ani ib fruit or hm .1. ...n-r. .1 All tss feeds ImcIIm Ists Ksw Bruaswltk ARE YOUOEAF? A Lady Whose Hearing Was Completely Restored. waa deaf aad now I can hear." Tbeee were the warria of.llra. Vlrs'nln imliru, opealilns aT ber wimderlul rure be Pro. 4'opeland and 4iardner. "Vcn," nhf rnnilmir.1, ' wna tntnllv deal and Mr-. apetaad and t-nrdner re ofnred my ararlii. Here It ihe an ( happeaed. I Knd the crip and never anile gal wrll. It left me vllb minrrh af the head awd thront, lv nne Wfta atapped up and aiv llirnat Man filled with ran cue. My h-end articil ron-lnnih. There wan a i In ol atrnne nnuni 1 i tn earn and my hent neemml In ht ntiurlied br nn army ol ailiarnt. MRU. VIRGINIA A.XItEKT, Mil llT 3.111 eJT. ' I cauld not hcur a bell rlna ar a whlatle hlaw. Mow ml neemed ta he en tirely hut ant. onvereatinn waa im paaalble. My irlende. ndvteed me lo rou anlt torn f'opeland and tiardner and I did ao. I ahall ever pray ler them he. eauaa their treatment lina reatared mv hearing. I am able, la hear Ibe hI-.iI aannda af my frlenda' yoleea and the mnnlc of every-day lire, I am com pletely rid af catarrh and am na well an I ever was In my Hf. I will bo clad to lalk la any one who wanta further pnr llculara. I live at 142 Went 33d Bt Caaasa'a belt." THE SYMPTOMS OF CATARRH. Pain over the eyei or acroat thabrldca of tlia noit. A doll headache and tired feeling, from no known esnaa, topptnc cp of the noie, right or left nostril, often OtlraUJf 11 Rlnglng or bnaatng noiie in the eara, oftan im pilrinn the hearinc. Weak and watery eye, in tome coaee a constant tendency to ineere. Inability to rnmember or thina, or to concentrate i kauf ht on any pnbject. Irnteblltty or bad temper end a deiira to be lert entirely alone. A dieordcred itomach, Inagslar bowels, aorene-s and bloating after meals. Coughing in tha morning or after a warm meal, often attended with vomiting. A tendency to take cold on the slightest proyoea lion and without apparent nn. A choking leellng In the throat, which no effort appear! to be able to remove. Snoring at night and a dry, parched throat, witb bad (atte in the mouth in the morning. Itching and drynei in the ears, with no aecre- tlon and a duloese of hearing. An offetni-e discharge from the ear, a most fre qaeot remit of catarrh ol the head. Format Ion of hard lumps in the noae and in the baok part of the throat, often difficult to remove. Nervons and discouraged. Labor formerly done with eaae now accomplished witb gre.it difhruity. A constant effort to clear the throat, generally unBticresful and causing great soreness. A feeling of apprehension of evil and a general worry about one's physical condition and welfare. Hoarseness, 'tie voice tiring easily, aun with singrra an inabtlit y from hnskiness lo sing. (ridtial lust of flesh and atrengtb. though the usual amount of foo I has heeu eaten. Rapid palpitation of the heart, often attended with great nervousness, occura at nlgbt or after asla. Had breatb, repulsive to patient and those about him, although the former may not te aware of it, owing to taibility to smell. Knotting pains through the chest, showiug that catarrh is attending to the lungs ami ma, be the cause of aerieus mischief. Secretions aatberlng iu the back part of oese and throat, having to be cleared bv drawing back and spitting in the niornfng and during the day to obtaio relief. were at ri-wn w UU uproot ed treea and broken branches. peter Wlleos, of Weston a tntiu. will loae tj.uiaj by the devaatati .m of bin peach orchard. The streete in New BrtUMVlck were tilled with broken trees, lirumhea unit loose hi ii k-. Trsrel on psterson atreet waa 'nt off by a huge elm timt waa atretebad aoroaa it. road way. HiS trcen were blown down In Christ g Ohureh yard and aereral hwdatonea broken. a tail monument In tlie Oathollo remote ry waa blown oi er. The house nf the New Brunswick Hook and ladder Uomoany waa wrecked hy falling walla. All tbe telephone uml telegraph wires ivere down, and eororaunlcatlnn with New York was inn off until noon, when tti Weotern rnlun , got one wire vturklng. The lorsl telepbune ays- tens "'" pHralTeil. HOUSES BLOWN DOWN. Building's la Coura of Ersctlon at Flatbusta Desaollshad, IIu.inm. windmill.. !rr.. awnln,. nnrl llr tTopli wire, til I'liillmsh w,T blown iln Inst Dlglli Blwl llit. morning, anil Or, In l !' IsncM trfflti'il Hi, wllilf.t rirtlcntrril. On VtmihTTr, r 1'ark IWD bOUMS In OOttn, r iri'itli.i in Holmt. McNeill were blown down, ciniing danisg, i hm umouotsd to ii.mhi Al tli llr,4ljn .'lljr linllronil ItablOS bugs wlni.niill. usi'il fur nnnliig ;ilfr, Ml wllli " orasb. On 'wlar .treel fli-f broke otit lo n row t,f flkiM, but ws put out by the Orcmi-n wlib ION Ol .'o .. , Al t -t. M It s Wnlker. of ninlhnip. runiieii Into lbs public ii-ieph,iH offlos snd ,..1.1 rbr tlpllOD Wlrs In bl dining nmi bad .! Ihe wWdWOfk on lire. Tb, llsnir. were eur.il. put oul. Trnffle on ihe Brooklyn and Brighton Beaeh RallriMd " iBUSdsd by 1""I Hd" 01 niud from tbe hlgb luink. lo Ihe tracks. Tne laisu. of Mrn. 0. I'rlni e. Mrs. O. tan derblll lr. J. M. Kerrl, Ur. Homer I.. Hail leit. on riaibunh HTeiiue. are In s deplorable condilloo rum Ibe aluriu. FATE OF CREW UNKNOWN. The Tug-boat Can, Hutnphray Sunk OfT Atlantic Hlgblanda. ATI.ANTH' HILHI-ANPS. X. J., Aug .24 - Tbe tugbOSl Hen. lluntplire.v, lu tin isrrloi of the uofsnuasnl utl engaged In nirvsjrlng, la hunk off ibla pltoe, und llio fate ol b,r new la unknown. 'ibe a, ln..i'-r vai'lil Trlfer. owned lit W. A. Tarry, of llu'silelpbla, la Mauore uar tU. rtttl rood dork, und iN inn of watsr and brssltlug up. The yselil r. . r . I . Im anliore St Ibe Kiino ,lnre. nnd some aevell or elghl oilier yuihls. Ih" unmea of wbbh oonool ''l be SSBSflsUusI, are badly iluiingid, epara oaS ami full uf wa'er. Datalnad by tba Storm. 'lbcrs a iHJtlceame Islllng utT In Ihe attendance ol ibe members of the consoli dated Stock snd Ten-oleum Lic-bsnge on the floor of tbe Eicbsnge to-dsy. and bualnc, was said to be duller than usual. Tbl.i was said io be due io tbs faot tbat tbe 0Ut.il town members bad beeu kepi at Ibelr bnmea by tbs besvj ralnatorm ol last nlgbt aud tbls morning. LUNG TROUBLES. II Father McLaw, o! Jerssy City. 81 Tells How He Was Cured, 1 " I ur n uumbrr of uari I have been T f itfTerlna Irmn n brnnchla.1 irouble V hi. ti onl.t nilnrli me vitb niAre r le at Verity upon rmitrn Minx n rold. h I -nu,)chi t-iiltl crv rnil. aid when I .7.. did nn 111 oier vmi'it bee nine Imrah ntitt mv ibrnm nnd Inns "re I tmd II Iin 1 nun , Im I inflnni -nntlrn ol Die V hm. 1 uml ihrtint ilin ln I fftitdiinlly tvnrhed lia urn lnnvHrd nnill It be rams n inure aeflona brnnrhiiil nnd Inns trouble. 1 lenreil arenilv thnt II ihajf fl: disease WStre nllovd to no nitrhef-ked J mi' sviMild eesnll in n iln i arnii nHer:ina 01 (be tunc-. "Uendlns of t't i;r,e' thni lrv-.- i op-in id and i-'ardner wees 'havlnar Willi eaaea ftn1fnr ta mlneiand HPeina tin printed statetnente ni hrothrr nr.e- ! Ihr lfe. In her Krriinu. Itiolli-r Pfttfi " in! the niilhntil - 01 "t. ,tttlllva In . if i ut I un. run iner. I t'int the" aea OK tinmen vVUItld tl'it len 1 their iiniif I liil mrlirmi- i nil HV l lir lll-rl V BS ba f -. i mlaroneeaeutnd In the ttnbllc print Is A any wnv, n I ii-unn treatment I Wtkt Im Strartt nt once with Hie grrat tn nt that j9 n syatom ut ih-.Uiml routtl ,1 i In t'.io ijrj linnrlo nt rnuin-trnt, Sd Seated iMii- ' jf fin ii-, nuil :is un truu'.i'r hit better I ttrmLoa if i it mi duty t tell mv frlenda ni tha Jr iipporl nti.t I but their pin iir.a'i offered nflj In ihe puli lie I nr flni-r n . prntemional 4 SSrvleea at n Ion tee, uml I hnve Ihti 1 dnlns ever Itici-. V, I hnve -ten lily improved under thelrj perlnl treatment lor Inn iroiiMe, adi $fyy m In later etl by lira :peland and tardj ner, whieb I-. n ml il nnd piiiiiles nerlei ol liihalatluu, w h imne wrv etTeetlv mrnirntiann, until lo-duv 1 willintztv ai aladly make tin- nut rnteni lor pnbltra ft 'tlon heart llv and Inlls Indorslos the J ph tii-inut In liie urent work ih" ar .r lirii-K tor nllerinu hnuini.I ," A . The above I thr atatemetit nl Fnth I Alel.iiw, dlreetor nl Hi. M.'irv' t'nlhnl -I I Rdnrnttonnl Instltnte SAOMernnal atrns A Jeraey t'ity. N..I. Ilr U known In lb J ' trniernliv nt the Institute nn M llrolki im . eora;e.', oH ' THE NEW LUNGTREATMEXT. J The new Inn- treatment of Dm. Copf mf laud ii n I (Inrdner U a eertnln rure i Jm I hnt muni nt can an ut pt Ion known al brnnehlnl entarrli the nv nipt omtiol whloll 9 are nn lirlom: A I. irn nf pain hi n- t T bflhioi hrci t h .nt SSHfj AIho, f hoot In pattll thro lph obsU t i mi iMejf- H, b'adat, in roKinn ot hear; nl irnnu 1 tlie nba. a Sharp itltahtai paini iq tlienidn. TWj, A taadai t It id upper portion nt rhnat. Hj Oftttsb, wlucli vorlea in different btmnea. II Sotnetin." the e uch ! louse, tbs pit ent raising HI gmt tuair 1 1. uf inucnv H At other tims tha magfa la drt, ticklinf, rp W ing, Bpaanodia aad verj Knnoring to both pitita! H and trie I) (Is. H The braatb ii ban upon aiattloit, V Tliere i be Ing souud wit h etoh breath m I drawn. B Tha breathine is wora in damp noather and al faaaaaST nlgnta m A leIinc of li:ht naas acrona the cheat- j Gradual ' ( - -' - u- tieah. B As tha broabla aiteadl evening le vera aud ahsSt ( ewenf a set in. I ihe muoni baoomot streskeil with blood. M The appelite fails I The couch baaomoa almot incaaant. 1 iMhauelioB und night bweata prrvai1. The patina t sink rapidly Into cone itnptlaa TREATMENT BY MAIL. i H' i np'linl and t.ardn r li it aa parfectaS mM th r -tit! nil i ' mad 01 honi trea'mnl thai thS H ' gli -'! unite aa we. i in thia wa. aa 1 hf do l t t -.fir mu I th practical All ibo raia ni ii taaca iraoa M (uf o ty. no.1 cannot cOtrveQltBth call at tbe nfti-a, H tiouii wntet io. a nymptttm I la ik, ',u'-tiaaa aS about all vkroD.c ' rouble-i cheenu-! auawered. B $5 perTon. I ' All pat irn ta and all diaeaaea Ireatea m until eured at the uniform rat nl S.i.OJ I1 a month. Medicitiea liielitdeil, B The CopelaDil Medical MW, I 15 West 24th St., New York. TI j V. II. ( OPH.AM). .11. II., ( nnsultln, l, ! K, K. liAllltNKK. .11. II.. I I'hyslclaaa. I (imiK HOI Its. Dally. 9 A. IL t(P. M. IB Suuday, 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. II We ars In the Jewelry bsslasss B anil sooil prnpls lr yil lo Unai.. TT CREDIT EXTENDED. ,jr FLETCHER WATCH & LJw, JEWELRY CO., ffk I 1'i Braadway. WbI Mevntor oa Jaha 4t. KiaST "Diwaiawu mtr." JV HUMAN BONES DUG UP. 1 I Portions of Two Skeletons Found! a B bv Subway Worlcman To-Day. Mf V Workmen niiiklnn estvivatlnna for subwayB Sir pljiea nt tbe uortbi-nHt i orn.T of Mndivn atidB la tvutnTiiu- atreeto, this forenoon, cama noa il B Lu nf hiiintiM l.oiii'H wtdfli I-" witliln ilir.e feet B .' of ihe aitrfaee of lha atreet, 'More w.m a H- skull uml iNirtlnn of nnother. l-idra thl-b I i bonea and :i part of u butnan pelvta, fM I folii -mun O'Leary borrowed a bag ft-oai 'p Hiiiilit-r John ltohni't, arnisi atroet, und fl lUfged tIk- fihnstlv fiii'l ii the Mmlifioii street K atatlun, from whero they were afterward taken H I to tin- Morgue. km 1 Tin fact thai lha bnnea were found ao near H I tin- sui-f.i'f nnd within cllitt'cn tin-hea ol the iB lirhk iill o ft In' e.'itf'ti-liHHln on tlm romcr. la imm I ootuldered p.tulmr, bj thn realdrnta nf tha Km' i u. The ourblng hu'I cateh bnln wrre repnlred , H Ickk thun two yeffra ago, and It la considered fl tisuse tbat tin- liuninn rematna were not B i fouinl nt thai time, wbi-ii tin ezcavatloui vrrra m i made for the work, tB ThU iifti rnoiiii w in Nmall hoys, who were -bbb i riimnptnj; unwind iu the ' . m r horae'a obbbt hoof, hihI two mure bonea from the human leg. R Tbe joungater catrled thetQ nwav. H None oi the old reatdenta ol tho nelghiwr- 1 H tn.. i inn remember l here baring been u grava- I M yard where the Imnes were fnund. The i.i-na M B liae arldently been under ground many years. B iB MRS, SPIES TOOK POISOn. I ' He. Husband lln Threarenod ta B H Sua for DlTorce. , Miiry Fplea, vlfe of Mux Splea. the pra- I V prietnr uf i iffen I 'art 202 East I B Hbuaton atreet. ri: mi. osrboUc mid t hla ni' 'u- M jmm Iuk nt It oM.nk with hiiIcUIhI intent. fl 'mg lr. it. Helrenatetn, nf Tin But nfth itrsst, B H waa railed bj Mr. gplos, i . -- osTsral other fl vM phvhleliina were -ii-!. -" determined H H Mrs. Bplea to die that fiie refuaed nil treatment mk HE f l lie pli t-lfiltliH. K B An nilnne. lh. -ni waa "aj aaaaL HUtnimiied, nitl wna takra HLral to the lltBlltal. The ilo.toi-3 think hhe will y B live. m Mr. Sple nnill tn nn ,"F'n1rr vTorl 1" re-l-.it.; : f have beeu married two and a bait yara. SU ui'.ntlot agn UU W Ife began to meet by aiuwlutiueiii nn. i c on t wiMi Adniph Rllbenteilj mi of my euatumeea. a fen ibtyi ngo I lesrneil uf my wlfea falthteaanfna, and thta m.iinli -4 I l .-Id lnr I would aua for dlvnree. .she pseiulmed: ' mu die Oral liefan I auk nut tn . dlroree,' I weal oul for a few minutes, and bvlo-b I returned ihe ahowod tna uaie nrUilii .icid In n gbtaa, nnd before me nnd m.v cuatumera awallowvd ba drnntht1 Fllota Storm Bound. ' Owing to tue hearj weather down the buy aud outside san ly Hook, none of the pilots put In an am-eraiire at the Pilot commta dntieia orn-e t.-day. This la aald to be aa unuiusl occurrence (or thla time ot Iks tan