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BELGRADE UNDER EIRE OF AUSTRIAN GUNS;
CZAR AND KAISER AT BREAKING POINT
NEW YORK'S EXCHANGE
OF THE WORLD'S CAPITALS
Scene in City of Belgrade, Capital of Servia,
Reported Bombarded by the Austrian Army
European Investors Restricted
in the Few Bourses that
HEAVY) CABLE ORDERS.
Sales Totaled 809,000 Shares
at From Three to Five
H. Q. 8. Noble, President of the
' New Tork Stock Exchange, said this
afternoon: "The fot that the New
York 8toek Exchange alone had a
free and unrettricted market to-day
li a tribute to the eound condition of
AT NEW YORK.
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Batteries McQuillan ami Gibson;
Tesroau and Meyers. Umpires
Quleley and Kason.
The New Tork Stock Exchange to
day carried the financial market of
U world on its ahouldera without
weakening. The United States, with
Ua Immense resources of cold and Its
freedom from the European war situ
atlon. stood as the rock of Gibraltar
against panic and disaster. In all the
capital of northern Europe the stock
exchanges were either closed or were
under such restrictions that little
business waa done. Tho tlnnnclers.
the Investors, the security holders
and the speculators of London, Herlln,
Paris, Vienna and the smaller cen
tre all turned toward New York as
the one open and free market for
After a day of enormous transac
tions, totalling 809,000 shares, tho mar
ket closed with stocks averaging three
to tlvo points above yesterday's clos
ing. There was a nhout of exuberant
joy that the storm had been weathered
without trouble and that. New York
now stands ore-eminent In world
The lowr period of liquidation and
egging prlcos that depressed Ilnan
clers during tho last yeur Is now re
garded us a most fortunate condition.
if American securities had been In
flated instead ot at rock bottom, tho
market could not have withstood tho
Kuropean war panic us It has dono
.The enormous bank reserve accumu
lated during tho recent buslnuss heal
tatlon canto In good steud as foreign
monetary centres urn scraping to
Kuther every avullablo penny.
To-morrow's markets depend on thn
news from Europe, but Now York
brokers consider tho worst of tho
financial storm over.
Following tho opening of the ex-
change at 10 o'clock thero were llfteon
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flatteries Ylngllng and Clark:
Pfoffer and McCarthy, Umpires
llart and Itlgler.
01001000 0 2
Battcrlenr Fisher and Sweeney:
llagerman. Ulandlng and O'Neill.
umpires Evan and Egan.
See Sporting Page for Box Score.
naileries Davenport and Chan
man: .Marion, tlouck, .Mct.raw and
Iiml. Umpires Audertton and Von
WINNERS AT Y0NKERS.
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Report Comes From St. Petersburg
That Attack on Servian Capital;
Has Begun Big Bodies of Troops
on March in Both Countries-?
Montenegrin Soldiers Hurry torn
Support Fellow Serbs.
RUSSIA CALLS OUT
ARMY OF 1,280,000 MEN.
Kaiser Wilhelm Reported to Have;
Told Austria to Await His Orders
Before Beginning a General At-
sault, but German Troops Have
Been Sent to Check Russia.
BODY OF MARSHALL
FIRST RACE Mabel Montgomery,
2 to 1, 11 to 20 and out, first; Distant
Shore, 3 to 5 and out, second: Dixie,
third. Time, 1.09.
SECOND RACE Lohenorln, 8 to S,
3 to 5 and out, first; Tay Pay, 7 to
10 an 1 to 3, second: Stentor, third.
Time. 1.47 2-5,
THIRD RACE Leochares, 3 to 5
and out, won; Isidore, even and 7
to 20, second; Mr. Specs, third. Time
FOURTH RACE Surprising, 7 to
5 and out, won) Punch Bowl, out,
second; Charltstonlan, third. Time
For Racinrt Charts 8ee Sportlno Pag.
MADE SURE OF DEATH
BY WEIGHTING BODY
When ill the world sami dark and
irloomv. when the star of hope sinks
close lo the horizon and the rainbow
of promise becomes ovrshadowed by
inc ciouus ot uoi'ju,
HASTEN TO WORLD ADS. AND
LET THEM SHOW YOU HOW FALSE
ARE YOUR FEARS. HOW LIFE IS
REALLY WORTH LIVING, HOW OP
PORTUNITIES OF ALL SORTS ARE
BECKONING YOU TO HAPPINESS
They will point out congenial em-
Sloyment, skilled workers, beautiful
omes, profitable iir,etments, lost ar
ticles, missing fr';-' and relatives,
bargain houses, lots, farms, business
enterprises, &c &c and will so Im
press you with the wonderful posslbli-ItU-
that surroun. "cu lit Adversity
will take fright and slink away into
.he re;esses of the past.
Exactly 23,830 Want-Filllnr World
Ads. were printed last week 13,035
MORE THAN THE HERALD.
World Ads. are iy far the ..est rfm
4y tor rusiness na nousenoia his.
inrsiisd their' lunsltint into
Hilled Pockets With Weights and
Put Strap About Neck Be
Thn pollfo of Hurlior l'reulnet A
found to-day the body of tin unidnntl
lied man In the water off St. George,
S, I. The man apparently bad com
mitted BUlclde, as heavy weights were
found In the pockets of his coat.
There waa also u Icathnr atrup with
a wnlKht uttiichcd, twisted around
The body was badly decomposed.
The dead man was about tifty-flve
yenr.-i old, 0 feet 8 Inches tall and
weighed 250 pound, llo waa dressed
In a black suit, wlilto underwear,
whltn shirt, black shoos and socks.
Tho body was removed to tho
25 KILLED AT FESTIVAL
I FOUND IN BAY
Attorney Who Disappeared
Last Saturday Is Found in
Bay Off Belford.
TUUELA, Spsln, July 29.-Twenty-flve
persons were killed and fifty others In
jured, somt of them fatally, by,a.i ex
I '-slon o( fireworks during a local fes
tival today,- Mast - of the -Head era
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A body believed to bo that ot Klllott
Marshall, the wealthy Wall atrcot
lawyer, who has beun missing from
bis home at Montclair, N. J., and bis
otllce. at No. 4'J Wall street, was found
oft llelford, N. J., b ll.slmrmen to
day. A partial bleutlllcatlon was mudn
from eold cuff links and a shirt
marked with thn Initial "K. M."
In other respects tho body and tho
clothlnc corrr.siKjudcd with tho de
scriptions sent out by a commlttcu
of Mr. Murshall'H friends who raised
n J50.000 fund to search for him whr.ii
r.o trace of him wa found forty
olBbt hours after his disappearance,
Coroner Kay reported that the body
seemed to have been In thn water for
nearly a weoek. It was found at u
considerable distance from shore by a
llsheritan from SoabrlKht named
ltOKeis, who towed thn corpse to Hel
ford, tho llttln bamlut formerly known
aH l'ort Monmouth.
Thero was no Indication of vlo
li I cc about the body, Coroner 1'uy
sti lil, .Hid no evidence that the body
had lit on robbed.
The friends of Mr. Marshall, ncforo
bC'iulliik" out circulars throughout tho
United Htatca and umploylne prlvato
detectives to trace hlin, had learned
'that all his legal papera at his office
were In perfect order and that his
fortune, umountlnt; to about Sp 100,
taat sua at aaatto hjf ur ntwr
misfortune of which they could
Mr. Marshall's liaby dauBhtcr died
six weeks ago. Ills grief prcyod on
his mind Increasingly and It was tho
belief ot his friends that he had suf
fered an uitack of nnmcsla, duo to the
Ships crossing the Atlantic huvn been
questioned by wireless for word of him
nnd companies of Hoy Scouts huvo
been senriblng tho Inlets and swamps
along tho coast since Sunday. Tho
latest clue, until tho discovery of tho
body near Bedford, enmo from Green
wich, Conn., whero It was reported
Mr. Marshall had been seen Saturday,
Walter Hampton, Chairman of tho
committee, was nt onco notified hy
Coroner Kay of the discovery of thn
body nnd said that ho would go at
onco to Ited Hank to seo If Jin could
Identify bis friend's body.
SAVES FOUR FROM SEA
Leaps from His Horse at Coney
bland and Dashes Headlong
to the KiiiMC
Mounted Policeman .lames Smith,
on duty Hi Oonan I'arkway, sprang
from his Iioino this afternoon nnd
swam to thn rescue of two men ami
two women who wero drowning bo
tween tho Ocean I'arkway and tho
I'arkway Hatha, Conoy Island. Ho
got a man and a woman out by him
self and was helped by Knianual Mor
ningaH of No. 313 West Klfty-third
street In saving tho other two. Then
hn was taken, exhausted, to Conny
Island Hospital. Those who wore
lescund said they would go -later to
the pollen station anil give tuolr
names and addresses.
Thu bathing party which got Into
trouble consisted ot three women and
a man. When ttmy got beyond thnlr
depth and were calling for help a man
who was sunning himself on the
beach went to their ulil. Hcforo ho
could do anything hn became worsted
and ho was one of thn quartet Smith
and Mcrnltigas had to bring ushore.
A great crowd watched tho rescues
and cheered the policeman and his
fellow lite saver.
CONTAINS' NO ALCOHOL
ir amMimistwwssiiaiiinsii, ain.
From St. Petersburg it is reported that the Govern
ment is anxious for war. It is charged elsewhere
that patriotic demonstrations are being en
couraged to rouse the military spirit of the
nation. Fourteen Russian Army Corps are
moving toward the frontier.
From London comes a despatch that Russia is
mobilizing 1,280,000 men on the Austrian
From Berlin comes the report of military activity
by the Russians on the frontier. Germany is
ready to mobilize a great army on the first
warlike move by the Czar. Some German
regiments have been sent to the frontier.
From Vienna it is reported that a strict censorship
prevails throughout the nation, and also in
Servia, but it is known that great bodies of
troops are concentrating on both sides. A
battle is expected at any moment.
London reports that all Europe is looking to the
Russian Czar as the central figure in the war
like moves. It is in his power to localize hos
tilities or bring on a' general war.
From Paris comes the report that President Poincare
reached that capital to-day. He was greeted
by a patriotic outburst. France is said to be
concentrating troops along the frontier. If
war comes Alsace-Lorraine, wrested from France
by Germany, will be one of the danger spots.
From Paris also comesthe report that Austria has
given official notice that she would respect the
territorial integrity of Servia.
Almlrante, Jamalea 12 M.
Philadelphia L Ouayra 1? M
STEAMSHIPS DUE TO-DAY.
Hamilton. Narfallr S P.M. Pennsylvania, Hamburg
. . . .1.80 P. M.
ST. PETERSBURG, July 29. A despatch
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BERLIN, July 29. From the highest sourca it jf
1 I I .1 ! t I . S I . y'S
icarnea ncre mis evening inn a oreaic Nnrawfj
Germany and Russia is impending. It is baUaya
the negotiations between the Kaiser and CtW,
have failed. ' "W
It was learned that confirmation of the pMrtUl
mobilization of Russian troops which resulted m
the alarminsr develooments here umi to thm Foip
s rtm.. : J ..-i r rt - -f:
viiio sis ucDfjsibkiioa iiuiii viciiiist.
No orders for a corresponding step in coniMC
frinn with the German irmv hv annaranklv wat'
j - --y
At 8.30 to-night an unofficial statement waa
made to the correspondents at the Foreign Office in
which they were advised 'against over-emphasiaina; q
the gravity of the situation. 'v
Whilo it was admitted that the possibilities mi !
diplomacy had been virtually exhausted, it wajBV.g
pointed out that Russia's reply had not bean va
ceived and that the possibility of a satisfactory'
adjustment still remained.
LONDON, July 29. Austria-Hungary and Servia resounded to 'ff
day with the march of troops toward positions of attack and defense, ;
while military aviators on both sides flitted through the air alotif tat
frontiers in an effort to discover their opponent's positions.
No idea of the plan of campaign could be obtained by the gtntril j
public, owing to the rigidity of the censorship in regard to milliary mojsm t i
It was known that the Austro-Hungarian government had raqaV )
sitioned the entire train service and that private transportation la. Alt' ,!
dual monarchy had ceased, and it was gleaned from despatches from Ssiv
vian points that the Bosnian frontier was looked upon as the most llksly, i'
point of attack of the Austrian troops, and thither the soldiers of Ktaf -V
Peter were hurried in great numbers. 1
The Montenegrin soldiers, evidently preparing to support- thsir"'::
brother Serbs, also concentrated along the Bosnian frontier.
KAISER HOLDS AUSTRIA RACK. :
It is reported unofficially, and generally credited, that the Kaiser hsi'
ordered Kmperor Francis Joseph to wihhold the invasion of Servian tsmV.
tory by Austrian troops until the word is given from Potsdam.
Meanwhile Wilhelm and Czar Nicholas are in constant communlcs?
tion. This is admitted at the Foreign Office. The Kaiser has forbidden
all demonstrations calculated to rouse the war spirit. War news is bMar
suppressed in the papers. The kaiser is bending every personal effort
ip the direction of a limitation of the conflict to Austria and Servia. Until
t.itfcfieci nf the failure of his efforts In induce Rimh'c nnirililv iki- tl
Kaiser will continue, through pressure on Emperor Francis Joseph,, to hoU
the Austrian army on the north bank of the Danube.
Baron Rothscljild, speaking of the European situation to an
viewer to-day, said:
"I think the filiation looks rather better to-day, but I do not
know personally of any developments. At the same time it looks
as if there were more chance of the war being localized. Yesterday
was a biacker day than to-day. I think things look a little brighter.
I do not quite know why, but I have the feeling that they are,"
Baron Rothschild then reiterated his opinion that the war wouM'to
confined to Austria-Hungary and Servia. V
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