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THK FIGHT FOR FIRST PLACE
EXCITING TI.VKS IN" TDM BASEBALL WORLD. A HAIG) WEEK'S WORE BBTORC THE GIANTS BROOKLTN BEATEN AT NEWARK. The race for the National League pennant con? tinues dose and exciting, anil th" struggle ol tho Boston, Baltimore and Near-York* Urama for tho le.'nl bi attracting unusual attention. B isl in r in? titules i. s,-r ti-. ? pare, bul its defeats at the nanda of th- ("laren ;.i--t week has reducer] Ita lead ma terially. Th* championa have three moro vlctorlea th:ii tic Ken... re aram, anil the same number ol defeats, while tb..- New-Torkera have one mort victory th:.n tnt Orioles, ami two less fian Boaton, with two ni'!, deft a .-. Cleveland has ,, fair lead over her followers in fourth place, bul Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Brooklyn, Cincinnati and Chicago arc prettily bunched, and th. ir present standing may be changed around ma? terially during tb" next tu i weeks. While tha Cleveland team has been playing a atrong game of inti', it mun he remembt red that the Spiders1 spurt is .i.i.. vi th- .1 gamea with thc weaker Western teams, and rbi- rhancea are th.c. they will r >t look so f.,i v,i 11',!?? after their, >mlng Eastern tr.p. which begins on Augual H. It bi not thought probable thal either Cleveland or Pittsburg, the lea lera of the Western divial >n, will cm-, -ii" three I,-.; lera much uneasiness :i:.- year, Still, tho race is a lotik,- on,- yt r. uni surprises are alwaya plentiful in baseball Kamona pitchers get ont of farm, snd this alwaya has a disastrous effect upon a team. Th- Giants will to-day begin a particularly hard week's a irk, and if they can do anything like as good v. irk a- they did last week there will not be a doubter left in New-York; everybody will be claiming the pennant for Gotham. Ward and hi. min will play ri:,- BrMegrooma at the I'.,'... Gi linda i '-?. ?...?:: ? !r.iii Brooklyn will make a desperate att mpt t ? capture a victory. This :- the las! game n between the local t< ima The (lice- v .vt . -? . ?-i .,f -.hp eleven gamea piayi l. a: . .- .? klyn men will vwik hard tor a victory. After tbe gi today inc Glanta will start ? n n week - ;^ r. ..: . will not return to ino home grounds i:.. . - when they reopen tv., local v. stern teams. , >:i Tuesday, Wednesdaj ti . :'..,- lay, Wai . and ids men will play it Waaltingi i where ta*o victories out of the games ar. exp ,-:? i. The team will then move ni m th- Orioles, playing In Baltimore on Friday, Saturd bj Thi le cn s visit t , Balti? more in tl - , iii- a particular!) disastrous one, bul thi | yera are confident that no guch rec? ord will la i ,, ned tics week; t..r. since th -?,? Oral bbc- . Bali tmi i ? the I lian ti hat ? ?? :. nv.- out of th- last als gamea plajed with the 'bl? obs. Thal the Chants' handsome record has been appre < ll : Iii- '."in amply Illustrated ly th" attendance and enthusiasm a; il-.'- games m.-: week. During Ihe v\", k the Glanta played four lays ,.: rh" Polo tc vis. one day in Philadelphia .ci one lay in Brooklyn, :.? a total o'' abou.people. Thli is certainly a record ,n baseball in t.ils country. ^ ^ lt - - : ? p st n . ? ''? i "? 4 is 4 b Itimor* . 4..i 48 li n :. :. New-York . ?'? *? 8 4 ." 7 . Cl, ireland . i 2 I,, li ? 1 " pittsburg . .'; :? 2 ? ? . : I ~> philadelphia . ."? S : i :? .. 7 " Hrooklvn . I - " 4 4 .". . Cincinnati . I 1 :' ?' ?"? l 4 Cl K1H.' - ' '? ' st. Louis.. : l ?' d 1. ? svllle . ti -' " ? 2 Washlnffb n . ?"' I I l 2 4 r> 4 fl 1 11 '-J ,; ? -,; - 4 41 7 I ??', :; i i.t 2 !' 4.1 I l 2 :i Si 2! 2! 4 ?'? 23 ,; ..:... -? ' ? . 10188.40 IS 47 58 M v Winnini-- percentages .' ?-: n. .047; Baltimore, ?? I; New-Yi rk, , CA; Cit i si I ?t8; I":., i lelj I la, 541; Pittsburg, '-"?? Brooklyn. .-"'?. Cincinnati, 171; Chi? cago HT; St. Lou..-, .462; Louisville, .SSS; wi ton, .ttL _ WEEK'S RECORD. Wi a. Lost. THK Cplts. Kew-Tork .0 Chicago .,i Ballimore .8 ind .t 1'Ki.id. Iphla .4 Pittsburg .3 Boston . 1st. Ililli.:! 1. . Ile .3 Washington .' CIA ai ail .l Brooklyn .1 Playe 1. P e. .SST P OAME9 Tc-DAY. New-York vs. Brooklyn, a' Bolo Grounds. NeW-T rk. P ?-' ri vs. Washlngl n. Bl B r:rn. Philadelphia ra, BsdthtBore, at Philadelphia. FBtsburg vs, c'.o-v, but t, a' Pittsburg. i. rvllle va Bl Louis, at LoulsvOle, Chleag. vf. Ctednaatl, at Chicago, ? ? BHIDF.GUr.OMS BEATEN AT NEWARK. A large crowd wltneaat i the Ram*- at Newark spsterday between tic' Brooklyn arl irons, lr teams, ?The Bridegrooms had not reeoven i fr tn thi . double defeat of Saturday, and the Ironsides w.,n after a dost arv! exciting game. Clare pitchi capita) game, holding down hhs Lstague opponents ti four bits, and two of th.- four were im!? bj I.aly who rejoined the team yesterday. Daub ai I Ga ?t right paVhed for Brooklyn, and their curt were batted f.r fiirht hits. Corcoran, Tredway, Daly, Earle an 1 Heliman did tho- b.-st work In the geld. Thi bi BBOOKLYN. | IRONSIDES nb r lb po a n a'- r lt. j.o a e O-lrTn cf... :. 1 1 l " 0 A.P.o'hfus e 3 1 ' 4 1 0 Corcoran sa. 4 o i. 2 .". o H.Roihfus.2b 4 u l - ii ,i Morehead, hs 4 1 1 it ,i Deltrlrh, cf.. :t 1 2 ,i .1 i: c.f is.rf :i ,i 1 0 \V<-.-l e-xer.lf 3 0 1 I fi li 2 8 (i ly, 1! Burns, rf... Daly 21.. L* chaaee.li Obbrrt. 3b.. i rle e. (,alright, p ?Daub, p..., 1 ,i ,, 3 ,, ,i ii i> lilli 4 (t 0 !? 0 4 0 U ". 1 1 t. 1 0 0 o 3 <? l ,; 8 1 Shay. <? (. o (. l o Clare I . 1 ii lb I Totals a a ?i 1 M 0 (I .21 8 821 14 8 Totals ... .99 8 4 84 18 2 1 ?>? batted In Daub'! place in tba savenrh Inning. Hrooklvn . " <> 0 (. 0 u 1 1 n-2 1. nsldea . ' " " - " " '? " a?9 Barned runs?Bi oaklyn i Ir nstd - I. rirst base ea er i Brooklyn 2. I. ft on bas" Brooklyn 7. Ironsides 1. j;.o.,e on balls Off Oasttighl I, ? ** ? la ? ?*? Bti lb- Oaalrlghl 8, bi Daub .'!. by Clare '.'. Three base 1 ll A Roth tua Twi bast hill Earle, H. Rothfut Mm head, Welsbecker. - l?Oasti al Stolen bases Orlf. lin. Daly I B 'i.ru-. Shay, Doubli playi t' r anoi La Chance; J. Rothfua and Sba-.. Pass, : ball .,. Botbfua Umpire Lemmy. Timi t game 1:88. HALL GAUSS IN THE WEST. Clttcag i. Ant, 5.?Plrt in til,- grandaund ended to? day's fame la th" aeventh inning, Chicago havinR a eomfortabia lead ?'?'. tm Urne. McGill, who was carded to pitch for tbe **Colttt,H failed to show up, and Terry was sick, thur, compelling Griffith, who pitch'"! Saturday's gam) al Louisville, to ko into the L,x again. Hi wa.- In perfect form, an 1 tho "Rede" coull do nothing, a fumble by Irwin letting in th?-;r onlv run. Anson a nun f?!l upon Dwyer In the third, and eetili I matters iho-n and there. Attend? ance lo.ov. Score: Chicago. .1 16 0 0 0-8 Cincinnati .o 9 ?> 1 9 8?1 Ita-.hits?Chicago, 8; Cincinnati. 4. Errors?Chi? cago, .': Cincinnati, 8. Batteries?Griffith and BJcqrlver; Hwy,rand Murphy, Umpire McQuald, CouiStrille, Kv., Aug. 8. -The Karil" lo-'lay was on" of sharp tlo-i'iiii*;. which atone Barred the day for I.ouisvil!", for Wadsworth was wild and gav s"v":i rno-n hasas oa balls None of them scored, how ever. The flnlsh was exclUng. with four tuns needed to win th" Kane in tho- last InnlriK and willi the bases full. Connor knocked s ball over the fence, but four feel foul. Hi retired on th. n.-xt bali, so-ndlng- a grounds to Lutenberg. Brown's field? ing was the feature, Attendance, 2.'nj... s,.,re: Louisville .I ?i o o 3 o o o l-6 Bi. Louis .ii 1 ii o ii ii 9 (? 1-2 BaMhltfl -Loubrville io, st. Louis 7. Errors i>m) vlllo .', SI Louis 1. Batteries Wad-worth and Wo'ivcr, Clarkson and Twlneham. I'mpire-liurat. PROVIDENCE WINS AGAIN. Provi'lfio... ,;. I , Auk. T>. Tour thousand spec? tators saw th" Crays tak" thc fourth strnlght game from Bj ra oasts at Crescent Dark to-,lay in a an ll contested bat tl". Tbe visit.,rs could not hit Bulli van when hits were needed. Bteady pitching and strong floi'linj; were tnt features of the pam". Tha Grays havi- won Z2 of th" 88 championship Kamo piay..I since thej returned from thr last trip ovei thi- circuit. Sioi": Prov.iicncc .1 2 0 0 0 n 0 0 (. :i Byra.rum .9 o 8 8 8 1 8 8 8 I iias.-hits Providence 13. .Syracuse ii. Errors - Providence :. Syracuse iv Batteries .Sullivan and lIcAuley; Kilroy and II. s.s. Umpire Madden, A yiCTORT FOR BUFFALO. Buffalo. Auk. '.. Tho "Coal-iit-avcrs"' tied Hie score and then forj<? <i ahead In Um ninih InninK this afti'ini>,iii. and wore three runs ahead wlio-n M., "Hist.ns" came to tba bat. About 2,908 spectators nearly had bear; dis as.- ivTien Iii,- "Blaona" Be. cured four runs and won the game aft.-r two mon Watt OUL It uas % Slugging, see-saw contest, and the lead changed several times, fjcorei Wllkesbarre .2 8 8 8 0120 r. t!) lluffalo .3 .17 10 0 114 8J latStllHs WlHteslktlTe IS, Buffalo iii Krrors "\\ ilkeabarre 7, Buffalo '.. Batt, rles Keenan and Warner; Vickery and Urquhart. Umpire?Doescher, HALL M.AYKRS' BALAJtlES NOT OVERDUE St. Ixiuls. Aug. 5.?The statement from Pittsburg that the "Brown*/* were up In arms because their salaries where Iopr o-.-o-rdue amused I'resllent Von Der Ahe when he was Informed about lt. "My men are raid off every fifteen days when they are at home." said he, "an.l all the boys received their salaries In full on July IS, except Shut-art. against vi lcm I had assessed a line Of I..'., wl.i h was after? ward remitted. About 11,700 in du.- them for the period that has elapsed since then, bul HO salaries are paid while the team ls away from home. Tnt League contracts mak.- this stipulation and tue players know thal I am nol requir I ;, pay them a cent until tiny return in September." HOME news. WHAT IS GOING ON TO-PAY. New-York Yacht Club race tor the rieml-Ccnten n'ai , 'ups, Gan Cove, I.. I, Examination of Russell B. Hoyt, rr..;. 1 BUM* Commissioner's .? fli? -,-. M a. m. Fun-nil of !?". C. H irrlman. Jerome-ave. and One hun Ire l-snd-alxty-flfth-Bt. Meeting of cn ti- r< . r rho ,t. k. Gill Company, ? f Portland, on-., rooma of tht Stationers' Board of Tra le, 3 p. m. Reception of 1st Battery, State ramp. Peekaklll Racing, Brighton Beach, 1*89 p. m. Ka.-ban, N.w-Y rk and Brooklyn, Polo Grounds, i P. m. NEW-YORK CITY. Th? fiinor.il of Mrs. William T. J. McLaughlin, a nlec- of iii.- Rev. Dr. RurtseJl, took place yesterday morning at St. Joseph'a Roman Catholic church, Slxth-ave. ai'i Washlngl n Place The de ith of Edward Connerty, of No. 42> Canal sr., was reported to the Coroner's office yeaterday. Connerty'a death waa due to Injuries ho received iturdaj afb mo .n while attempting to stop a runaway at <'..r..il and V'arlck -ts. Edward Weihl, thirty yeera old. was remanded to Police Headquarter! by Justice Grady in iii- T nubs Court yesterday morning, al the request of Detec? tive Robertaon, if thi Central Office. Weihl is said to have been the secretary of i building ai I loan society ir. chicago, and ;* charged with embeszllng 8809 ol Ita fun :.-. A FF A1 BS IN B UOOKL YN. QUEER APPEALS TO TUM MAYOR PEOPLE OP Till: ANNEXED TgBBITOBT WHO BX 1 i .T WONDERS PROM 'i BB CITT GOVERNMENT Brooklyn ls enjoying a reform ?? ivernmenl with a vengeance It seems to be thought by the people win. have recently come Into tbe cit} thal lbs Maj r is all-powerful, and thal by a wave of his lian.i, or, perhaps, of the ih.ik'..- wand which he i? supposed t" k>--;. in his private ott! e, he has Ihe power t. pul an end to various abuses which they have submitted to In silence bi tht paaL apparent? ly in ;.',? belle! thal ther was no remedy In reach A ..;?;? : ni- ac,' an appeal waa made to the Mayor regarding ihe screeching caused by wag i - : i through Flatbush and Ocean aves., i i Interj tht town "f Flatbush, when th ) p. i I runnins IIPOS tl.. I .: tracks ins;.'al of thi roadway. With tbe now In use the a ? i are a ba I mb Di, sn i th.- result la a distressing and h art-r ndlng screech, \%!-.:.-ii ;s vinr ranted t> waken all but tti,- sound bi Bleeper*, sj ? :i mab- at night. It i> possible that market wa and the like run a little easier on th>- car tl - - bar :n Flatbush-ave., al al! eveni . thia . no rx lae, ? tbe stree! on both Bides i f th, ti ick is asphalti I. Oceai ivi I tl ta Ilk. a . luntrj road, and the preference of ?ti -- for thi track la n ' -?? har i ; ? ... I. ra md More recently a con.;.len: ha* been mao, Mayor in referenc, t. ::.?? a I sto-am ? . gin, b on tl ?? Sea i: icu ansi V. i ra - t !-. at Blxi ? -rtfth :' and - faultflndt rs say thi tie noll lt sam kept up till n ' ? laing gn lo real In ..ur neighborhood." ind thi Ms :? rd :-. "Inquire aa to whet ? , ? I c >n c .m, i .: er th, riii.- i.in will n cltj limits, ? law ? 1 ? - r. ? r ? , .?: ? il i ,1 - i led In a ... ? ? ? en trains are pa f thi r> -....? parti Tl :? ? >;: arent .* good gi ???? I : - ' >th ? ' I corni ? ' h relief i ! j ? . : ? 1 Ntw city Cl to ii. rel .. ar , on Uti .ns cr.-a'. I ? ?. large tn f terrltoi i th, I 1 at larg -. - i - - . , wagons off the ear tnt ii t ? K of chi, kens tn b ? k yal ls, an 1 t! faining ot otb, i nulaan > -. FIRES IN RAPID SUCCESSION. Two auspl lous fires broke out yest* mon within ari ti cir of one of J,avid Farrell, oi th ? I Ila r of the tb n story frurti.. r rneraent-houae, No. 7-> --', ? . within six feel of ea h other The butldlni owned by Mrs nilen Riley The darna Brea a ia li .. ?? first Dr, a ia back of the llrei ian!, and an alarm ? The flrem, I t I tim hed the flam, I of J.'.. An hour latei ihe Kin calle I out again to extlng p.-.-n discovered In a rlosel The ? w,,s 950 t ,:. klarshal Ln .v.:. s ll te th, au e of the blas A I""; CATCHER BADLY WOfNDED John Peach, a dog i ktcher, twenty-three years old. who liv.s at No. IM Alnslle-Bt., waa fou 6 o'clock yeaterday morning In Oraham-avi . conscious. Blood ?n flowing from rm ugl) ; wound. Peach wai removed to the Nlnet, Precinct Police Station, where Ami dance fl .-.- -, Waldorn, of st. Catherine's Hospital, dressed lh? wound, at.l restored the m..ri t He refused to ;Wi the bam.- of hla asi it int, bul admitted that ii* had been struck br one merni ri ?' "the gang on the green' which hus been a t> rror t<< the peopli of Graham-a ve, ind i: hardson I., foi ? ,*eral yours. A Ithough Ihe j el i UTesti the members from timi t i time, and aucceedeol in ng them lo State Prison, thej have failed t , ? reak up the g lt ls fi are I the li skull la fractured. He was removed to the hospital. ? GATHERED ABOITT THE TOWN, There were .'??". I atha In thia city Last week, *M b.rtl h ar..; 5 rn url Mayor Bchleren will begin i vacation of two weeki today. H- goes to Maplewood, Bethlehem, N, H., \\ bite Mountali ii - ? fe and da a ? rom] -?? ? y bim Jai kson Walla, Pi Wei ft he itoard .,f Aldermen, win be ac.r.^- Mayor In the ah ? M lyor 8 hlen n. Dr. Samuel F. Belier, vice-chancellor of the i bj Amer! in L'niverallJ tMetl il), In Waah ington, D. C., preach, I yesterday In the New v ,-k Avenue Methodl I Episcopal Church, at New-York ave ..ti i I'., igi n v The !'?? v. Richard H, Bosworth preached v I ? daj In Plymouth church. Hi haa aceepti I a call to th- Rasters Avenue Congregational church, in Springfield, Mam., snd w.,i :.ik.- charge ,,r ii n. vt month. The August meeting of 'ho Board of ail rv.-, ,, iwn for thia ifternoon, but ai there ts no busi? ness of pressing Importance to ba i ... ;. there is not llk.ly to be a quorum. Owing to Illness, th- Rev. Dr, Prank W. Oun i uiiiis, of Chicago, wa* unable to preach resterdaj ihi Clinton Avenui Congregational Church, and rho pulpit ivis fe,, i by the Rev. Paul F, Butphen, of n. wark, N. J. Henry Kessel, Who occupies the third Bal at No, sst Oreene-ave., reported lo the police thal be found upon his return from the cunny thal thieves r ,-i entered hat apartments by mean* ..f false keys and had Stolen Clothing and silverware worth IL'.'.,. Mrs. .Mary Leuchania, twenty-eight yeera old, of No. ii<; Boerum M., fell from a trolley-car >,ti the Fas: New-York and Broadway Ita on Saturday niKht. suytalinnir Berioua Injurlea Sha waa taken to h>-r home m an ambulance. Tri" i.ido-nt occurt -i a: Broadway and Throop-ave rPXBIL TAREE HA (h To lAXSIXOBPRa. Dal Iel O'Neil, who was arrested h?re <>n Saturday on a telegram fi mn Chief of Police Longstaff, <>r Ltknalngburg, was turned over to thal officer ri ? terday morning by Justice Voorhia al the Jefferson '?'..ii"! Poll.'..uri chief Longstaff explained thai O'Neil was charged with refualng to allow ibo wat. hers to s,.,. ti,,, hallota casi on Last Election Daj al Lamslngburg. and with reversing tho- result of tti.- tm.ii v,r,. cast, giving tbe defeated candidate the mammy. O'Neil was a missing wltnesa In tha "Hat" Shea murd r trial. lett rats mrs rums to co ru i.e. Ex-Ward Man Jeremiah fl Levy, who was s.-nt back to the Tombs by Judge Marline on Satur? day, In default of 87,899 ball, passed a quiet fl in lay. ii- Cm to ? repdrter who suv him In his cell: "I regard th,- Disagreement of the jury as .-, etc tory, and feel confident thai on a new trial I wm i, acquitted. When my trial began, my counsel, Abraham Levy, was under th" disadvantage of nol kirw.ic? what the prosecution had against me Nov.- we know, and sit,,-, tn, n ,?, number ot wit nessea have come forwird voluntarily, and we will disprove every assertion of Krumm'a I hardly looked '.i an acquittal. Bail will bc furnished lo? mon >w by Frederick J. Seelig, the assistant Tam many .ender of the lill Assembly District. I wat picked out because 1 bad ix, money ai, 1 in. potties! influence, but I am certain that despite the terr.ble odda, I will be acquitted." " Pure and Sure." Always nukes wholesome food & ir^ NEWS FROM THE SUBURBS. WESTCHESTER COUNTY. Vi >NK MUS. while nt w rk on a hun lins i" course of erectl in in Elm-tL, on Saturday a ern >n, Mic eel Brophy, fifty years old, fell n .m a si if! I to the ur .uni. li,- struck on his head and was severely lt lured. I!,- waa tiik.ii ;.. st. .1. Mrph'a Hospital. Brophy ls married, an l lives il N ?. ?'?'? Jeffers in-st. , , ? Alderman John Bchlobohm, August Nit,.-h. Erwin Schlmpfke and Henry Marltsky, return I restcrday from Buttai ,, wh, r, they im I i'" n ;?' attar I ii at the fortj Hf th innual me, ting ol tbe Grand Lodge of the SUte ot New-Yori of the Oerman Order .if Harugari, as delegates from Holsatla Lodge, of this city. The convention .hos.- Alderman Bchlobohm . of thi i to t pit -? n .- it, lodge In th.. Nan m il com tloi ? In l'. nv( r rn Septemb r. ? WI ll im D il in, six? teen years old, ol No, 18 Cllnton-at., was severely bu .;i by a vicious dog owned by Daniel McBride o.f No. ?; Proapect-at., on Saturday afternoon He was taken to st. Jo eph'a ita v.: il.? large , imber ot tbe ci urch i ilplU in this city were filled by sup,..'. . ? ?? lt the VI irburton A-.-.-inn' i:ap:i-t Church, tb- i:.v. Dr. Whitman, president of clio University, Waterville, M . he l, .a c." Fir t IT,- by terian Church, the Ri iv Pr. William ll Roberts; at th- Westn Pr, -I" ti nan Church, th" lb v. al i in I, r \(. of Tr.nirv Pn -b-. ?? rian i 'hurch, c. rn: at ta.. rat RH rmi i church, : ?. William K K* i. tor ol "Th, l'r. kch -t - 3.1 igasine"'; ii Si i tl Churcn. the Rev. ll. Vt Fun lett; a I Parkhill lt-' i >?? '? u ? v " : m " ? . ? :.. - .' i ,1 ?: ? Hu ? !....... i ? . ii . the pasi ? ? ' ? rr pulpits at one tim I ? , the sui t of VI m. at No. M le- ivi , ii ' '?? ' ' excel!, n! vi irk whir i h, ti u I gun s I ?' bb.- nn-si ml ? .: : pr .vi ling cl ,-ork in hour's work t tl a . ither a rn, al <>r a nd ?? i ? ' ' ? : ? ls pud bv this ? ? to leave th- lui ling ol he Yoi ki i Turn Cen \ ,-ri ,n fr .rn M 'lint Cen " n ng-over, ai Rock iway ol :- - trip to tl ? ' ' There arere twenty-oi lan th, ae ' nlv ? lev, ni.' ? . .. ira ' am an if... ... ? I month a ? . ? ? 1.. . ? . ? . ? n si ? i ii They !. : ? I ... . . ;. . I ? ? ? feet Wld ? pi, ea of pr pert) In Kuma * ta ave. M'.I'N'T VFKNcN. r :."?' ii--. Rubi - master nf this cit: k-.i\.. a shot I - i of the ,.' it .?-.'??? \ a \ ..rk. New ! ii ?' - .:;:. ? : ri I I ' ? I r. i- ?:? r 1 .>. NEW-JERSEY. NEWARK. Harket sta ? ?' ia ? ? - r until s '.t.k.- ? ? ? - ? . for, ? . ? .. : . Ul i Simian living at N -? . . . ? rr clot fire. She I ' ' Fi ve y. >uni ? . ? ; ... ? ' i . i e wileri I ' 12 U1ETI1 Dr. Victor Mrai f phj Board of Heall ii fl Mrai ii ? ? ? ' ? ? ' ? ' ? : [>.J - . ? rigorous he put in '- i ? John lt s ? Poini bi . the Kl - v..-,. lol.-- i ini i - i :. . . ? PATI lt* IN Angus Mell unity nil . . ? ? rom cho>ra i ' ? >! eil mt le nj a . ersl. The atiendii ol . ? ? f?r hui ': ? ? li m. The au H'S ii , ? ll ? Viii be ll Int ,. The n . ,i ,,,- .,,,. jj. re bob ol hel dal ,:.:? r. .Ill ns t:v CITY. fl ov ard '? V. , . . I,- .. n| Df , \|, |, ,,. ? ,n In ? 'in ni Ci mi anj if Long l lat L, a is ai I er ac j City on S fl . for ... lng -ll av. ur m., I I. ii- Albert t vc/, i.. ... ,. li ai Isman ? ni Bal ..? : ij ni hi Mi I ...?/. ??? . t '.'i,'-1 that Mi ' r Intended to i ... ,-,v ?.. and mirri n len -i li m Iii lng un ihie to pi , i i,.,,, Mr. Win ... r Was lo, k. i up, ,u. I Will bi irralgni-.| In court I ? for dit orce are pending betwe<n Wheeler and ms wife, A BANE'S PATING TELLER ARRESTED Al.CX.Wl.Pit BEMELIB, or Tin: CHATHAM NA? TIONAL, ACCtWBIl uv A TOI'NO WOMAN OP ! ll L'LTINO HEB APTEBWARD DIBCIIAROED Alexander Berneila, fortj live yean ..ll. tti pay. ' lng ti lb r <,f the i'haili,un National Bank, John-st, and Broadway, >.r No.'Cl! Madison it., Brooklyn, i wai a pi - ,;,.-r iii the Void.viii,- Court yeaterday. Semella waa arrested al ii c. p, m. on Saturday, In Tb.id.-iv., between Wfij aeventh snd Fifty-eighth Sta., I,\ I',,.: ?? uni M,,. in., i. .,f ii,,. |: , - ( glxty aeventh-at. station, at th" Instance of Kate Red lek tweniy yean old, living a! No. ii-. Firs! iv 'll"- policeman said h" s is In Third ave., between Fifty-seventh and Fifty-eighth sta, on Saturday Dight, when Mian Redick approached him. Bhe ai. mt l c mi derabl) ea lp i and Bald lint a man had been following her and annoyln ind nsulting ber all the s ly fem Sixty thlrd-at Jual tti-n Mr. Berneila came walking down the avenue, and sin- pointed al i..m. exclaiming, "That's ih,- man." Macaulay th n Hopped Semella and led him to the girl, She .-aid again, 'Ttaat'a th- man," and awn med. A big ri , a I soon gathered, an l Di i incus, ,,f No. SW Thlrd-ave., ,i ii . waa among Ina -I- (atora, applied restoratives Hut it waa fully nt', .-ii mit,.iv v. the p il . -, ,,, alif, before Miss 1: i: 1-c remained consciousness. Macnulej i i the girl then j,vic i om Mr. Berneila from arnon,- forty or tifty ol io i tm ii Tbs accused man was taken '?? ihe station f, . i ,. where tbe girl made formal charges against him! li.- was so..,, afterward balle! oul bj Joseph t Cohn, of No i-d i;,.; Blxty-thtrd-st., a Jewellei \\ h? n arraigned before Police Justice Ryan Mr Berneila denied the charge emphatically ' Mias Hedlck s.c-i Berneila accost ed h , ,? Blxty-thfrd-at arid when -ne quickened i,rr pace h- hurried after lor and continued to annoy her. She had nol seen the defendant before that Bight, but sh- was posi? tive it, h r i lentil! mon. Mr. Berneila said ha wa* walking quietly gown Um avenue when he passed the policeman and the a;.ri wno accused him. He swore positively that thia was the br.-t time he had seen her. Justice Kym sal,) that in the absence of corrob? orating testimony for the complainant he would give th- defendant the benefit ol' the doubt, and discharged him. TH KI Ii TALKS BEGIN TO-DAY. MI NI ST KI'S WILL D'SCUM RE Ll OI OMS AT LONG BEACH. PBIOAT TO BB TH!" !,\ST DAT OF Tilt: cns OREBS ENTERTAINMENTS AND DANCING! EVENINOS A SERMON CV TH!-: BEV. JOSEPH COOK. The Congress ..f Religions which opens at Lon r ':, i h this morning promise-, io be one of the i ? nterestlng iv: popular features of ra.. Bum? mer Parliament al that delightful seaside r.-sort. Ma. h of th.- great religions nf the world will ba tr- itel by exponents of authority and standing, Tnt .: ? ?- um I..- in a rein popular enough to maka them littra, live t.. people vvbo have only a curious. interest In BUCh thin;;-. It will be a raf. chanel for il:.- people who like to I"' classed aa being well informed to gain a k.-.-ner..| knowledge of the re? .,;? 11... .loiii, mi wh. t they are founded, and how they stand t.i-'iav Tbis information will be ? : easily, and at tl..- i ip, ndlture of only i frc .bm oi th., lim.- lt would Bute t" study thi sui (ects from book-.. .v. the aame daj thal Organism, Confuclanl tn, 1 !,-?? iphy and i i n tba! c italogue a:. Ita :. .1 ph c. ,' Mid k,\.. go.| ,1 l,-..|ur..s ? ?:.?..; featun f Chi tlanlt; bo that th., varioii ? i will ? contrasted trongiy. i .-. rnlng .,: li IS o'clock th" Rev. Hr. Jessn W. ti: "Aryanl im." At I o'.-io. k afternoon the Rev lo ?? >rge W. Knox will i'onfuel nd all that pei rains t.? c. v.un ile ? \ ? i ?;. .. ..f ri,, i 'morality ..f Con. r ' f. Wi h SUbJecl ti" w ill take ii[, at Following l'r. Knox, Joseph . o .. '...ill apeak for a half-hour on "The World's .". Turi in- morn ng it. Knox win again take ur, :>.,. t mi- of ihi pei unlit] of Cons ll C-. aft. rno, n sci on 'Thi oax phy" will t- ihe subj ? I by the Rev. I ?-. i' I: I- kU v. p joseph i I . ? thal d ty will be . ?'iii- i.Mn. lt .: ma" will be th" subject of the .... .. thi ipi ak' r Rev, Dr r I" Elllnwood Ail,. . . ,( in th" ifiernoon - '?:? v. I >r. A. ll. Mc minne; ?.- I : ? ?? , .-. ? ? ? a di o'lrs.i Fbi .'? will Joseph ? dion lng I " Hi K i i : ? ni a nlng ho :r ..f th I day will be taken u| r th lt< ? Di a. iv Ar--1 burj . his topi belt g "Ma m " The Rev. Dr, J. B on "Islam" m th.- afternoon, and ha will ? red by Mr. Cook on "Vlei irles of be the last ol "ia i.. i Dr. 1 viv i ?' Burrell, the intent, wll peak in i dlBCOU 'i Hind ' I the Kev. I >r. i. ll lei an I be will be I vi Mr. k. Wi ' :?- will I A Peel Week th" r- W ll be : We Ines red for danco. HOW THE EVENINOS WILL BE SPENT ? ? . . ; ring: To-i . :? . " - .'ere Milne; l*he I ... .. innom an 1 . '.'. ? .i rm ei i| i ?? ester 11>- to roads to t i !-'? ire, ? ut litton* f..r t Long B rar and Jual i ;.": to mak ? ? . ,'????:.. li airing a broad for i i way fr -i r Hu ' ; . s/alked for t ? . ' ? - ......... v. ?. . - ... . havel ind lhere ? in n ? ? ? i. - . - ? w h i : ? . - ts at ?-...??. ?-. : ,:i bed this train how i ll i K- d ? : . ? - I thal .[ b.ii pleasur, ? him. Ji .Sill'II CituK'S riKHMo.N ?: i few it I ?. ? ? ? ttd, . Cox, ll ile waa unj I he obj, -t ;? . ? ? li: ... rn were both i I ? .n : . ,!"?? platl t m. there .? it lludd ..... : goold aa chi liana, or th il < 'hr i I. ?'.il a - Hud,I rhere i fi r all faiths equally honoi able i . , . waa a I ,i ? , ? | equality and ? t i trin il > a ia . ??. li was a gn i thing, hon ? ? i. ? ' ? mi .vis of one :? .: :. .:i : ? undei - j tani whit the beliel i sn re li ? tb n . ni ? ? I up >n lils ??? i ni ,n pr iper, taklni text the llfth . I III, of !!:- ' . , I . bas- la Si .1 cv "Verily, i et iii, I ty unto tb.-", ,-v epl a in oil. ' kV.I tel and of the I l <>r Iii I :. ? i,:'.;. I ' lt w i a frequent rcmurk ..i l?i-ni ithenea, hs thu; ever) I i al bc- .i lui on trot .nu., pi i| So hi lu t in Ins i ? r ru- .'i bj une remarks aboiu the ahaoliiti llmti rivi H bli I ,|l loila! hop I ? sp.nd . li earth. . ?" lu ike I ' .rind, and did v..i bel a iluiel) Him.i- , ii. .'? iii kl ure kio- .v thal cia ~ tin " t. 1 A lo ci .ib-. i - .i--i . ? I -I.." a,' ol event) hal hill .c.!" fortj th- vu-- .1 ,,, :ii" work Tal,mit out Sundays and holidays, nnd ? intli ten hours r .r . i h ii- C. :. vu. no man could csp.-.-t r.. have in ire tb in about r:.. ??. boin-, li accomplish all that c mid :,. done nn thia earth Then he v..on hence I alii ', i |. .-ill. n and | ...,. i n fhf 1 ni . bul Ihi -ni ni- m.- aame. \ time must c mie when their act lons must be iud-. i lb- ipoke ..f Ih In linet whi h guided men rn material lietinna ' and said that when generation after kteneriitlon fnl lou.-t aii Instinct thai then waa something af'-r ,|. ith, as lo the punishments nil rewards for th.-ir action t, tn heat ? might depend up >n ll there I \- . something In li And one thing a*aa clear, he must love whal f, ?\ loved and bali whit (Tod h..i. I. or he enid not lie al peace ivlih lllr-i In I Ills ni" ence Main thing* were nol only evident. bul J'di evident, 'ti! ibis ins one of them From - Ihe nature ol a man's physical mak" up lt waa aelf evident thal he lia.I a Soul K'hlch n i s Interwoven ' with his body in life, bul which departed in death : tr was self-evident thal thia quality ?>!' a living . rn in which disappeared in death waa nol destroyed. ' .',?..-nilli.- nun had begun to understand thi truth, | !.? ? oi. ind attempts to plow am cuni,- i,. tnt contr irv n. re discredited. THIXOS ARE SELDOM WHAT THEY SEEM. Captain Delaney, of the Ninth Precinct, stood on the from platform of a fhriatopher-st. car renter .ia, morning, amoklng i cigar, on his way p, the st.cl.in house in Charles-st. When the car eros ? I Sixth u... at Eighth st . Oem ??? Hu-,lies, g produce I mi-ii b ini. who livs ai No, 83 West Tenth-sL, be ajAn to abuse the driver ,.f the car because h.- did nol go faster. The Captain was in cltlsens' clothes and rattier enjoyed tbe argument al Brat it grew warmer and warmer, hov eur. until Hughes told tn- .Inver if he'd gel ..ff tl.ii he'd smash his | face Then thc Captain remarked: "oh. no, you Won't, there'll be no faces smashed while Vin around." "I won't, W'ti't 17 W.-ll, com.- down off your I perch up th.rc ant 111 smash your face, you're I bo fresh ' The Caputo leisurely ?..t off the platform and I Hughe* proceeded to smash, but failed to land and waa placed under arrest. Then he began to beg bul the Captain took him to the Jefferson M,rk.-i Police Court acr, ss th,- street, where Justice Voor- ! bia tined bim bj ilh,| mi,) h,l:l ,,,u paopu should I never Judge a man bv the clothes he has ou. 6th Ave., 20th to 21st St. BLANKETS. 5,000 Pairs Eastern Wool Blankets Ten 59c" to 1.98 Pair. Quarter ^,ev-'- 1.35 to 3.35 Pair. Quarter * #vv Twelve ??()? m J $& pair# Quarter Eleven Quarter 10,000 Pairs California Blankets T"r: 3.85 to 5.98 Pair. 4.75 to 9.50 Pair. Twelve 4<0? tQ J 2.00 Pair. Quarter Thirteen J QQ to 25.00 Pair, Quarter 100 Cases Crochet Bed Spreads Marseilles Patterns, 20 Cases at . ? - ? 59c. each. -lil ?* ?? a ? ? o5C. I I I 44 2(1 " " . . * * ,*11 I 7Q il 30 " M ? ' ill Purchase* deUvsreA by Express free of eimroc at A any point witMn IC* n*M~ of Sew lorie Cit* 6TH AVE., 20TH TO 21ST ST. MAIUXK INTELLIGENCE. MINIATCnF. ALMANAC. luartM r- SH ?nena* : 19 M ? aets p m ??aWlgeetra as* ? IIICH WATER TOI'AT. A M Sasdy H - ?'?, '.'. 98 .; I- il sai.iv ii ?? k ii .*.-:.; Island ll 99 it'll c.nt. 1:48 [aland , Hell Cati 1 .'.J INCOMING ETEA MF.r.s. TO-DAY. Vessel Kr-m p -l .Liverpool, July XT.. !'?? . i-. alena, ? .' .1 99. - Weimar .Bremen, July 99 ? ?.- .Hinman, J ..; 9*. - I., N narre. ll i r< bili 28 . ? ? .(1.-i J liv 25. Aln.Cta.: - - '?"? ' - "' Lins. ...Whit* t'cir \v ,M C.. I. n a. uoit . l'rencr. Ti ns V (I I. -1 ..An I r n ........ Haratu Avixu-t 2.N. Y. ot Cuba lela.La O'lal ? ' .'?'? -'?.'cl D TUFSDAT Ai'di'ST 7. "?1 . s ihampi loll 99.Red St ir It'-in: i-i ' ??:??? ' ? v- . -... N- ii ?" . 91.? - WEDNESDAY Al'OVST s. Sa Hage.fl '?? Am 4.N. T. & cit.. ri OUTGOING STEAMERS. TUESDAY, AC',' T V! 's , s. V-. ?> -ills i ?-? Rinmai ?'<. Il b. h.i' li ',-.?:?.. b- a rut rsday. ara .? HS '.??ami:' . . .7 c ... in SHIPPING SEWS. i\, p* i. port op kew rome, si'ndat, ac AHRIVKD. St, mer lavkswsnt i ll Mn n, I/mdon July 24, ? , ?;, ? ,v>- ll").-. Arrived : ii ll :.i p in Kia imer Massachusetts (Hi [1 , let, London Jul ni Ise .ni I Kl ? ?' In pa* ruters lo v .i \ ?:.. Ship l . . ? li in ?? i a' tl. ? ii c i' i. I.'- a ni. Vurania illr), M- K iv, Ll' ??:; l July SS, -?-.-.-. iii ...:> st. ?, ? . \ ??: i. -i ii . " . .\ . At Quarantine at ;i .'.' |. ni -? , Petersen tOer), Il inger, |(,im ? lui) S3, ni I...iii-: : c,,i-. ne ii..... Arrived al tbe : ii ,: ,i" p in -?? ,,- et - .ind un il lui lt ?'? rd un .bib 23, : . , arith n la,. IIS .Mn an 1 ISA nt, ? Im. iii .rn Si- mi. N nu .1. -n c. 1 .' Ce h.a ..: : .1 ni voiiv ?? lin., Smith, Cu tnt July ?-?".. In bal? li; \v lt.n'.bn- g .' Arrived al lbs bar I .:?? |. in Oil! Collin nm. Dawapn. Huelva July ts, sr Howrlng a Archibald, \r i.... i .? ?? iii , ? "... ., rn ;,.. st un- P.ins wubin 111 (Dutch), Van IVrest, Si . i rn 12, i nvrara 18 Trinl.l ul 1. Csrupan > ls, .,? , |U !. .,,,.,1 21, b at ? .'.Velio 'JV Clll.e'i ' .'"' 2* Vax >'.,..?< ?'.? Crt BU IT l ti. .- .'.I ? I . tub ? ml i (..,-?. ui-.o-t - to Km,ii.h.li .1 1*0 Arrived al iii.- Uar tl ?. io u ni .-I.,,.,., i irll 'lb.. Oliphant, Man cs duli la Para *"?. p. ai ,.|...-s 2s, nub mdse .c. I s paaeenirera t. Routh g cm I al ib- Rai in '" -i" s rn iel Mortnaen (Non, ""ii. Ulbara 8 days, iilth fruit lo ll Cnn is a- c, I rr! veil al lb* Rsr ur I p ni Steamer ,\ntilb< (Br), Montcll Kass , I usual I. with mdse nu.I 4 passel^-, i,. tu 1' T' M intel! ,v Bona Arrive,! ,u ii,.- i. ,i ai :: ur. |, ai . uer Al.-, a.|,Un. Pl.mi. .in ??!,- un il le .ml Charleston, aitb nrida* and nonsense* t. IV P k'lyil .v Co Slea mer Cit) ni Rlrmlnshsm binn. Savannah AuguM 9, willi iii.ls,- .m.! paMtrngera lo lt I, w ilk.-r ?v >'.? Hi e?mer i: ..n ?'..?. Iloai ii -.. nu. i. I 8 N"f.,lk, arith -..I paBst-ngoora t.. ihe Old loomlnlon Sn c. Kl'amer CU) .-r c, bimbi., .bum vi.-1 point, with ... I i i--. ni "ist. ti ,? . >! i i ? .initii n :-> . ... Steamer Yorktown, i. Norfolk, nilli iuds- and pis. seiiK.TM t.. th, Old Dominion Sa c.. Ship lb bbl I (Nor), Wnihohll, I'unklrk ,*.s days, with ?hulk lo .1 I' Whltn*) R Co; kissel to Clinch, Cb. ,v I' ??' nd) n ..ii. Aug. 9, i?din p. m. Wind areal. Huh! i'l-fv.'.., .-|".|| SAILBD. Si..niters Ardill).Uni (Hil. f .- C., il.,, i ut; I-Misla illrl. il.-nol. Othello lim. Antwerp: (lr,"Uanda (Rr) Dalli, mure; Hevellua iliclei. I'ernamfoueo; Spain iib,, London; Malabar tRr), flrunawlck, iii I'olann illr), Rainmore Ship Kenilworth, for Ban Pram La, o thc Miivkmknt's or BTBAMBKg. i"('itllP IN PORTS. Steamer Lydian Monarch (Bri, Morgan, from New-York lull 21, univ...i al i. ii.i.ii Auauat v i'd"! Uranilla lOer), Wlnrkler, from Kew-Tork July tl. utiii.-d ai Queenstown Auauat rv Steamer Rinarla dlr), Walker, from Liverpool, s.ub-.t fr. Ill .'ll. e..-law,: foi Ne? Voil, Ali,,.-. V Steamer k.,i? r Wilhelm ll (Oar), Stormer from Itreiu.n .ni. i r, in Southampton (or New-York luaus! .'? Steamer Aller lOer) Chrlalogera, from New-York July j.s f,,r ur.icu. nun.,i al Southampton Amruai ."> Steamer Martello Ult). Rea. fr un Hull f,,r New-York p <--o- -t tb.. Isle ct WtKht AiiKUs: ', Si earner Uvrkendam (Dutch), iiakker. from Rnrttertaas ..,? Nea York, passen! the Isle of WUrhi Augual .*.. ste,,,,,.., Wllleha.1 (fieri. Merion, (ron. New-York July ia for m. ii,-I,, Mased Dover Auauel :, Steamer La Ic.ihk.-kik- ii'n, Utoeur, fr,,,,, Nea York luii 28, arrived at lint.. August 9, Hieumer Olympia nm. Swain, from Maglterranaaa r?nn r.,r New-York, paaaad Olbraltar Ausust r,. Aruunocamrnia Henry a. i>nniola, m. ii, ls. IVKST M.I HST JSmVnm .of ,h* !*?vo*ia System. Oenltu-Crlnary Or innn. Impotency an,l Sterility Hourn. 8 lo I. .1 to 8. ?ev ? Mllhau's Callsaya. a wholes.imo toni,- for con .?aleacetitn inn ... i ?r,a debllliated. Half th- retail mi.. kiwu.1 ll for th* Trtbune Krenh-AIr KunJ. lil Btotltwey. What tho public needs is not betti shoes, bat better shoemen that know pwd shoes and have the conscience to Bell them right. How many shoe dealers refund money cliccitully If you go hack diav siiir-iicl I That'll one test of right dealing. HOGKKS, PEET & CO. TlIRIT: ( Prrr.re. Bra>AI \*. AT < War-en ST. .P.f--- t SSH m RECEIVER'S SALE. Knows .ol' THE J. S. CONOVER CO., 101 sSth Ave.. ,.n MONDAY, AUGUST OTU, ind tosAW until disposed ot at Bncrtflce prl ? - ag . ii. h. nt LL. Ileerlver. CIRCULATION TELLS and wi: TELL CIRCULATION TO ADVERTISERS The Circulation or THU New-York Weekly Tribune JULY. 1SQ4, ll ll i ll ll July 4th, - 165,160 copies " 11th, - 165,450 " l?Sth, - 165,260 " 25th, - I65J50 Total for 4 weeks, 661,020 Average perweek, 165,255 The circulation is entirely among ts91"* ers and villainers, and covers the Eastern* Middle and Western States. Advertising rates low. For estimate address "THE TRIBUNE.- New-York. m.i iwi-tro lu Brooklyn, nt 13 ivmrt st.: ? Pf XrTtt-i Be.1foir.lBie.. up to I n. m. al r***** BjSS r*"? Ktiropean Prnno-h mr a<traetlsem*ntS OBIT, ?treat. E. C.. London. England.