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-i?-.?'.' make ? part of my remark! an official ti iahen from peg M of "Compiled Daws and < ig.- Statistics." an official ?loiuirent from Was! ion. showing the commercial ratio of th.? two m? tor NO years, to which l have added the comme ratio Of UM. Krom this tab'?? it wi 1 be teen tinder the effe.-t of unllmlte?! ?dina?,.? up to ll parity ??ctwe? n tin* tv. ? metate was maintain? the '*g?l ratio. England closing lier mints In to silver, and G? rmahy and Austria in list (<> ? had no percept 11 I? effect. GOLD THF, l'NIVKil- Ai. STAMDARD Mr. Horr .M. these Inquiries kboul Ihe varia In the ratio of tin- pa?! ?l*e Of lit! ? I "',r'' "'? debate Th!? one fart It adm'tted by "Coin" disputed by m ??*"?? ?all the ?.- vtliaed natl ?n? "f world have tea* I Ihe fr.olnag? ol reiver ? any ratio Silver to-day ha? no fi?- ? Inagi in country wheie ?oil le th? ?tendard ?mJ "no such countries ti ar? u Int silver i? thi un? measure of value It Is a Imttt? ? b? i'.l kn ?w. that th<* real measure of value In he ? merci I ?.?.? m nations It t grain ol 1*01 ? Harvey In hli bo ?h dli lo ??? rn ?' hi res ly mc bv bimetallism. The authoi ,,, . . "Th.? objection t?. Independen! bimetallism i* the parity between the two metals cannot n? m tnlr.ed at our ratio of II to i lhaj is. the g :. trains tr the rold dollar will be at mote than Ih? ei 171*4 grains. In 'he J* dollar. We havi twlc? ,-hanged th?- nuantitj gold in the gold dollar, each Urn? .?ng H If th? rommer-i.il eahie of ?MO gralnsof gol? more than th? commercial value ol ? ??'?* an of pure silver, then reduce it to ? ??rains, _i grain? or lesa i.' necessary, to put the it? i ratio .? rt itleal efl> ?? of fr? when onie s??i to working again, will nemonsti that the ratio is si III natural ?"int and PS! e ,?? |y obi m? I. Reducing Ihe gold m ihe ? dollar won! . l*?ave goM for more dollars, and i would SSSrS' in establishing i1s;ng piles, ?is would miiltlpT-, the number if dOHara I.EG1SI.ATI...1 THK PREMIUM OFF OOLI An?i then a-ain on page UB, he sayt "With sil?"- remonetlsed, and s just and equl hte standard ol raluea. wi car. if m a<t ?if Contrast, reduce the number of gralat g gold dollar 'II! It It ?I lb? same value as silver dollar w- can legislate the premium out Now then, whal h.met of his ratio of Id to Here is what he virtual)} says: The gold ?loi may In- cut down. If ne? id be, so that the ratio At be If? to i. If silver remains as cheap ar- it Is day He will then retain the 1C. Somehow he see te b. stuck u" sweet sixteen The boy's mai mattet however, are as defective a? his veeacl Mathematically, 16 to *?_ Is the same as ?2 to 1, It Is not the ratio he cares about. Mr Hirv??v You ?lon't mean to say that 1 ? In the look thai I am |n favor of a ratio of 1*! !o Mr H ''i What I have said It thai you prAcUea say it, It doesn't make anv difference. Sir. Harvei Thai It your language, HOW LOW WOjULD "COIN" 00? Mr. Hprr Y ? s. you de say that If n? ? ? - irj get the aotual ratio and th?- le?:al ratio togeth cut the gol'l out until you bring them togeth Thn la what yon say. I flon'l know how low y would go. (Laughter.) Mr. Harvey-Mr. Horr's diverting Ids argum* by going to the last chapter in the "'. gtrvi him no purpose, for when we have asc talned what bimetallism la and have reached ? place that he has Just spoken of. It will be Ill gaough for me to answer Mr, Horr as t?> the l.i proposition he made. Mr. Horr says that 1 de that the two m?t.ils can be kept in circulation at flx**d ratio. I have not said that, for they ran be. they- pav? I-?n n this country. 1 know they ha attempt-?! to make you believe that there was gold in circulation up to lWl. ami that thcr? was silver in circulation in this country or s. king t mints after 1S9Q; but both wen? mwepraaentatloi as the report or the Director of ihe Mint ahoi both metals were In circulation, and, as our ? citizens know. illveT was in circulation before ; susp? is! in of specie payments in IM1. Mr 1!? flies in the face of history when he says that rdlv was not used prior to 1873 a- a measure ?if value. was under our law an?! ail other laws except th of England link-?} with gold. Both were mea sur of value. The two metals combine 1 were the mea ure of vahies. Neither m-tal depended on the oth* We had a right to pay a debt In either metal, as M Horr admitted the other day. aben that questk was asked. LABOR THE MEASURE OF VALUES. MY. Horr?What I real from "Coin's Flnancl School" when I was on my feet before was for tl purpose of getting at exactly what the author i the book desires to reach by th? free coinage ? silver. What "Coin"* Is really after Is a cheap do lar. He would reduce at one stroke, if need be, tt value of the money unit of this e ?untry one-hai If that is not adopting a fifty-cent lidiar, what It? Now I am her- to protest against th?? Who scheme, because It Is an effort to cheapen lat?o That civilisation Is the highest. 1 care not in wha part of the world yon seek for examples you wl find that civilization Is th.- htghesl where the bei ?ages are paid for human effort, h itb mental an physical. Now, I hope my opponent will give m attention. The real measure of raines It human t?>! To decide whither any system of finance la bei you must inquire into ltd effect upon the toilln millions. (Applause.? The greatest commodity ever placed on the mai kets of the world Is labor. To know whether gol has appreciated or depreciated In reej value th price paid for any human effort must never !? omitted. Hence. thiR thought about tb?? ganen rang?? of prie??*? being stable Is pure noi.s, n*A T'naer which system will each day's labor bring tl? most comforts of life to the greatest number 0 human beings? that Is the vital question which w shoul?! attend to. (Applause.) Is It best to cheapei the unit of value, decreasa the purchasing value o our dollar? Will such Action harm or Mesa Ih mass of our people? That is the only question li dispute, Mr. Harvey, between you and myself. Yoi say the dollar buys ?oo much of the product o labor. I sar th- effort of the human race Is con tir.ually to better the conlition of all people. Th? tendency of true civilisation la constantly to ?le crease the cost of the product* of laboi and ? n stantly Increase the wages for work. Stun?- mei aaj? the two things cannot scree together. Th.-? say so because they do not understand the law o human progresa Brer? Invention thai lessens th? amount of human toll In any production makes i possible t?> produce an article cheaper and mill ?l? so at a profit, though Increased wsges are given ti the men who still do the haul labor requin I When the laws of nature through mechanical di vices are compelled to do the work formerly Ion? by human han'is. three resulta ahould follow. Th? products should he cheapened for the consumers 0 the world, the wages of the men who still labor ir that production should be Increased, and th? proflti of the promoter of th?- enterprise oi the Inventoi Of the Improvement should become greater. I am a believer in cheap prices, and only o| . ?? them when tin- cheapening of the price is at the ex pense of the men who do the won, and my ?-ntlr? opposition t<> this ?ntlr.? plan of my ; , men) li that he proposes to cut In two ;..<? wag?H receive*1 by the men who work, beca us? having t,??-n ? laboring man until my he., i i? entirely ? have learne?! the fact which every political econ ?mist states and none deny, that *h* latl ihlnu which Is advanced under n cheap??mng process of th* rroney standard is always the wages of thi mei who do the work of the \\or.?l. RATIO AM? BIMETALLISM. Mr. Harvey Mr. Horr argOM that the dear dollar la of more benefit to laborers th.in a cheap dollar. The terms d?^arer ard cheaper ar? relative term?.? aa compared with your property and ter ?/lee. If h?? Is right that a dearer dollar is th<* b?st, and the dearer It gets the better it te?because his argu? ment must be follow.-,! to its logical on? I lal n then we might find some metal in th?? world that I? scarcer than gold is. and dearer than gold, with which a laboring man could purchase more than he can at present with the gold dollar. Mr. Horr, we do not intend to lei you, befon th- Amertean people, cloak yourself behind the laboring man. (Applaii-se.) Von have c.it in twi? ;h?- number Of days that It is posslhi?. for men to find labor; vou have put anywhere from two to f ?ur million labor ma men out of employment in this countr* entirely, an?l to tho?e laboring men who are now de and many of wbosi :? id nt ar? lying in |all. you sing the tweel tonga of Ux ?. i i-purehaalng power of the gol.l dollar whin he : -s gi ? it when I get to it In it.? logical plao I will demonstrate the exact position of th. gold standard on the laboring man. At preeent l return to th? question of ratio and bimetallism. In the table distribu? amona you. you will see thai the commercial parlti a dens a little about the perlo?l IBM, when the r.itlo was Chang??! from 12 to : i i i( to I in this country Now, as to how the coel of exchange ??nlv accounted for the fluctuation of ratio In thi? tab!? H . we ha?! bim?'?::isrn ?n this country now an .our action had caused this Kation (o absorb sil the surplus silver in the world, which it w luid do \ merchant In London lush.-, t, hli hank to eel allver to ship to th?.- In t?i 8! (tea ? i pay i debt tit owes here. The banker telli him th*r.- 1* n? stiver In I/ondon to be bad; that the ac Ion ??? the United States in thmwing its mints ??[,? n an i making tllver money has k?-pt all the silv? : at home Lain rea: continues the banker th??> sent ui ?..OOO.doO worth of si!\*er. and we hsn it to threw to the bird i-'.e I'nlted States Statistical Abstract for IHM pag? 4 , Hut the> bave mad? it money now, with full money ?H>Vtt ?" I l! IH P?*??!??? ?"?. ng them th? tame aa fp.d did "?Aha; hid 1 to do? auks the merchant se gold, replie? the banker, or pay s premium equal to the cost of our shipping the tllver th?re and we will give you .-?.chang.? payable in sliver It la a condition like this in London bul'lon mar? kets that mudi the commercial ratio In the table shown y.'u fluctuate but slight!.-, prior to i*:>. when the mints of this Government wert open to the un? limited coinage of silver. I'?.ring all that period of nearly two hundred years, as shown In the tabl there was a practica! parltv between the two metals. (Applause, i ORIGIN' OF MONEY Mr. Horr?I say I oppose this whole scheme he. cause It will Injure every man who live? upon wag?-? In the I'nlted States. I had Just begun to tell you my Idea about labor being the real measure of values. I have little doubt that the first unit of value when one was adopted was determined by the amount of human effort requlr-d to produce It When men came to trade they did it by barter an exchange of one commodity for another] which was In rea.ity only an exchange of one mans lab ?r for another's. For age?, no other kind ?>f ennim? t? - wat known to the world. Su<-h ., thing a? money had not at that early day been dreamed of, which is ^^"'? 5*^ simply perfection for _*WAn?lV_\. ?" ?*'K'',T? Home Met /il\J^UO \ Mn"- Th,*y ?? P"-? / H T^\ MS 1 Te,teUWc* ??ontelateg no I f. YaW I calomel, merely or V li r ^"* C # otbw ,l*Jurl0U" ?,n'0*di \ UvPrIlX^/ ent' *n<1 *ct ***'**" rat ^^*^TP__^ surely, without .causing ^- _ -^ pate or gripe, ?cents. The experience and reputation of 89 YEARS is back of COLGATE'S Soaps and Perfumes. simply Baying thai so substance had yet come to .! as a general medium of exchange. I want this au Hence t.. understand this principle: Mom ' ai '.i^i received It? entire value from the tabor repre? ?sent? ! in !i. and ths reason koI'I and silver came lo be use?! wa? because .-ach ?>n?- represented a ?ertaln amount of work. an?l wh.-n people wanted to tti.ik.- exchanges their only effort was thai th.-y ?hould get In exchange as much honest toil as th.y gave My flrsi criticism of this whole busine?s of Brother Harvey and all the silver advocate? Is this: The* leave out <>f th.- question th.- gr.-at human product of labor and the manner in whleh It Brill be affecte?! by the legislation they propose. Their whole plan seems to be t?, enable people who have run into lebt m iiat th'-ir debts without returning full value for what they have received, and no? where lo th.y take Into SCCOUnl the much larger army Of th<- humnn family who live week in and neel out on their dally earnings. HOW Tin: METALS PARTED COMPAKT. Mr. Harvey?When PrSttce eUMSd her mints In January, 1174. the mints of no large co)?ntry arara open t?? silver. Its price then l>?.-??.tri t>) ease <?ff. ?'?' bach to the table now (thing the c.imm.-rclal ratio ?if the iwo metal? for 100 years, and see how they i"?"t"i ?ompany. Beginning with ItlS gradually the commercial ratio widened One ounce of Bold i ?on lK?ti?,'ht eiifht.cn ounces of ?liver, then twenty ? -. and now at Ihe end of ?? short period of twenty-two years one ounce of gold ?t.n buy ?hirty iwo ani one-half ounce.-? of silver. Por MB year? un 1er blmetalllam there was a parity Inder the s< Id standard in twenty-two years there is a total destruction of parity. I now distribute among you a table showing th? average price of silver a-- measured In ?old In l.on'lon from Ht*? to IBM, taken fr??m page M Of the ?Trite- State? Statistical Abstract" for l***?.. Vrom this you will see that the average prii-e of an ounce of pllver in London as priced in gold from ISS to 1?7^ was about slxtv-on?- pence, and remained at that price with slight variations, while now. un?ler the effect of demonetisation, It is twenty-right and seven-eurhths pence, and that the decline began with IB71 II has now reache?l Its logical level. Uilh relatively only ??ne-half as much primary money In existence now as in 1873. It is naturally worth only one-hHif aa much, ?ni as a commodity is with? out the fixity that monetiratlon Rive t,? It. We thus? sec what the openlnK iif the mints to the un? limited demand of these metala means. It create? ?i demand, an tm?pii??-1 demand, lust a.? grinding wheat Into flour makes s use f,?r wheat and a de? mand for it thai It would not otherwise have, so we rain ?liver Into money real money (not token money) an?! I) make* S use for Silver that it would bo) otherwise have, it Increases the demand for It. Demand glvt-a value. Hence tiie unlimited demand for ?liver that Is Riven by unlimited coinage. I now distribute amona you a table showing the relative production of ?liver and gold, taken from pane 412 of the official book from Washington ?lesi?? nate, i "Coinage Law?, with Arpendlx of Btatlstl?ca ?lelatlng to Coins *nd (.'urrency.*' The table covers a perlo.l of 349 years. I make It part of my re? marks Mr. H irr England in lSi? demonetised silver. DM any on.? ever ?-lain) that she .11,1 It because silver ?as heap ?r bocauee it was scarce? At that time n.,;hlng ?,f the kind, so far as I know, was men? tion.-1 b\ any on. who dlSCUSSed the question. Mr. Harvey seems ;?> forget thai the question <?f the Impossibility of keeping up s double ?tandard of measures had been argued In this country for "n*' century, itrother Harvey omits this one important thin?: You make two standard? by law, but the will discard one and use th? other. We ? essarll? are compelled to do business with one or the other unless the value happen? to be pr? cisely ihe <?ini.-, bo thai the measure become? one and I lentlcaL .-?TIDY WILL CHANGE His MINI? I was surprised to hejr Mr Harvey before the American people announce the proposition that we had thrown the people of this Nailon OUI of work by the d?mon?tisation of silver I ?lon't knoa bit he thinks s?>. If he doe? i don't blame him for saying so, but If he will stu ly Ihe ques? tion es I ha\e he will change his mind. 1 make this proposition to Mr. Harvey: Since ihls Na? tion began, the years from IBM to X*H2 found our ? ipil better employed and at better ?ages than In any other same number of years since this ?;..\ ernmenl wa? formed. <Applau<>e i I ktum t?ha: I am talking about. Tour m.liions to-day out of em? ployment? \Vh<-re do you get your figures" ! ?Id that Inspired baby give them to you? They must respond with some of the other mathematlri 1 hall gel to in that book. Mr. Harvey- I said from two 10 f"iir millions Mr Horr Two to '??nr mill.'ins. Pour nn..i out of the question. Two million? is Just about as 1,1 Th'-re Isn't ?ruth in eitb<-r statement Mr Hsrvey it ?eema to worry Mr n ir that T have ti..t baeked down yel on any facl <?r proposition stated In "Coin'? Financial School," except ?i mm ?. at:! that exception I? what mak? ? th? worry the greatei for him. because in thai on? In when 1 s?i-l -hat the silter .-omel prior to T-T3 was $1"-,.-?....?? ? :?? lion of th?- ?-rr?,r ?'-. )W? that it is >11,.,""0.?>??-?. The only .rr?.r thu? far that Mr Horr ha? foun-i In the book 1? an error thai was agalnsl us. I ?l ; ' ? - i A PLOOD OP CALAMITIES Now, as to the prosperity <?f this country betw? 1811 and IM Y.i o nil n?'' br.uk dosrn i grat Nation like ihls Iti one year. 11 hi? taken a short period t.? bring us to the Utter cup of dlsa] | rnent and distress I know with ???? h fout year? th? al parties have charged race other with hat Inn destroyed the prosper!!) ??f Ihe prevlou* f..ur years. (Applause and laughter.) Sin ? IM a fl ???.! ,"?f calamltl?*** have come Th.- w ? ? r? i "tramp" wa? In 1871, an I th? United Btatea cenau? - that depression ha In ?? islng it ^ dispropor? tionate ratio. So has the number of peni tent la r) ? .r.vi'-t-. persons .-onlln.l In .'?'.1 ,.,??.? ?if prtannfU Insane asylums, and of iltidei Thl? table I ???t _.iv- yaai covers a period prior to iftT^ . ?* t?* year? In that time the ran.? between Ihe two metal? fluct? uated, aa we ?ee, enormously f:.,in ?? to i lo 4 t,> l .,.:.: y?'t the commercial ratio hung tenaciously lo the legal ratio. A change In relativ.- production hsd no efft-.-t as long as the mints were open b? the ?.?, ? n el il? (Applause i WHY SILVER HAS r.lv'i'MT. CHEAP. Mr. Horr-I have never said that the cheap price of silver was not on sccounl of It? overproduction. I have never Intimated anything of the kind, an?! In order that you may understand in?, and have II a-' i,vt Iwenty-four hours. I will t.-il you now Bllvei has become cheap in this w??ri?! just precise! same a- when) and iron and ztn?- and lead an I ?>:!, r artlclA bava been cheapened, Juat pr? ?tsely for the same reason, lApp'.aus?-.? I want b. ?tat.- thl? prop ?Itlon. All of the?.- article* bsv? i.ti cheapened by the natural latss whl?h govern the production of every substance known t?i the producer? In the world. W. i? Wlicox, of Chicago How aboul gold? Mr. Hori QoM 'he sam?-. I am glad t m? naked in< That 1? a question I will answer right now ''. Id has depreciated In value In less than one hun lr.-?l rear? ??i per cent. It Is ?--tieaper now 'bun I? was in Vit. All articles that ?an be produced by Invention ?ire cheaper than they aere before the invention waa made. Every met hoi which brings machinery Into play an?l puts less human toll Into the production ? ?* any irtl i- cheapens thai article Th.' whol? trend ?,f ctvlllaatlon '? t?? cheapen human pradu 'is. gold as w.-ii n.? siiv.-r and wheat a large number ,.f th?- articles to-day produced in lb? WOrid nave not been decreased in value at all by d?mon?tisation of stiver, but simply because tn<- lasn of production have crowded Iowa the price. How do I know that gol?! la Cheaper than It was In 1B7S* l will ?ell you (addresslr.g Mr Wllcox) Now. listen; You are a younger man than I am; you have a respectable fa??- I wish I could ?a] .? ? much for th? crasy man beeide vou. As t?? the m?-a?ure of value by humnn toll: Th. rat?- of wagea, the amount of gold that <? man can get for a certain number "f hours' work, tell? me whether gold has decreased in price or n??t i can g?'t t., Saj twice s? much gold for a ?lav's w??rk following the plough a? i did In ISAt. Th.- people of this coun irv u?- paid In gold for their work; so th.v vt ? i ? iti i??-? Was?.re 19 per ,<nt higher paid In sold for th? earn? amount of work than in IMO Has not gold depreciated, than, when you measure it with the great commodity "f human toll? What I find fault with Is that the silver men invariably leave out "f their calculation this article ?if labor. and tii? article of labor i? in?- greatest article known In the civilised world. l?o you know how much would have to !>?? produce?! m this great Nation of ?? m. to supply the necessities ??f life before we ? cumul?t?- property si all? Before there is anything li-ft ,,' accumulated capital this Nation stone "has to be supplied with 11'..<mn.?Mi.'??> of products. That much )-,<?? to be produced by the workers of this country t?> supply the consumption of the people Consequently, tne question ??f how Isbor is paid Ii a ?.T.-it question in t?o? and ?itin-r ?.ntries. (SOLD DEARER, HARVET SAYS Mr. Harvey Mr. Hoir ?ay? that BVSfythtng ha? been cheapened, Inoladlng gold. To say thai gold an?! products cheapen simultaneously Is a flnnti.-l-,! c??n)radlctlon. You buy go|?l by exchanging other properly for it. whet? it tak?-s more property t< buy ?old then formerly, gold has risen, lastssd of becoming cheHix-r. gold nas SecOHM dearer. That Is the case now, and yet Mr Horr, by sophistry, reason? that It has become cheaper. He traiisft-rms himself ,-u pleasure from a d.-ar-dollar advocate to a cheap-dollar ailvocate. A TORONTO PROFESSOR DROWNED. Hurlington, Ont., July 22-Dr. Mol'ee, professor of medicine at Toronto Pnlverslty, was drowned Is Hamilton Hay while bathing this afternoon. Pro? fessor Parks, a lecturer In the university, aent to the assist?t)..- of Dr. McOee sad was rescu?"l un ciuisclous. but will reeover. --?. TBS CVSTOMS flau to fi.x auidsiiii-s. A ?hange has been mad?. In the (lag eervlce of th<- United State? revenue cutlers. l'oimerly th? custom flag was displayed at the stern an.I the Stars and Strip, s. when used, amidships. I'pon the death if Secretary (Jresham. It was brought to the attention of the Treasury Depart? ment that the Stars and Stripe?, bscatBSS of tra?ll tlon. could not be half-masted amidships while the ' custom? flag was floated si the ?tern. The Secre? tary then formally decided that the Star? and Strip? must be flown at the atern and the Customs flea amldahlsa. ?SDK; S A ST AT THE STORIES. i Till* IdSTHIiT-ATT? iltNKV OF QUBMI COUNT I i-'.vvs that IT WAS a MKMM UB_- TO UM? j TH'N HIS NAMK IN* r 1~INNE? TI?'N WITH THK I'.m'KAWAY ?.AMHI.IN'? TALKS. Daniel Not.i.*. District-Attorney cf yueena COunty, who. it has been charged, is implicated wnii other county officiate in giving protection to camblers at Bockaway Beach, returned to his hum?? in Long Island city yesterday. Me said m a Tribune reporter that he had read the ?haines (which were printed in "Th.* New-York Herald") ?m Sunday, at Liberty, Sullivan County, where he had gone i<? see his wife and had hurried home to confute them, lb- declared 'hat he proposed to tak- immediate and rigorous st-ps to compel *The Herald" t?? retract '!?-? charges at once, 01 !??? woul'l brin? ??lit for libel. "in th- ?tory which Hr-t appeared in Th? Hew? York Herald,1 ?nd In which my name was men? tioned." continued Mr. Noble, "this man, wb ? ?aid li- aged things wild Sheriff I'"tit s?, tli it In- COUM npi'ti a gambling house at Rockaaray Beach, ?ai?i also that l?oht t??!d him repeatedly thai if was not necessary to s???? me in the matter thai i ?ru? ail rl|,*lit Now. It is strange Ihls man did ii"t com? to my office, which, ilk- th- Sheriff*! office, is in th.* Queens county ?"our; House, I was In my office on ail the days when he said he called ? i the Sheriff. Now. I will My this, thai It was lucky for this man that he ?lid nit call at my oftlce an?! make a proposition Ilk? that which be said h? made m Sheriff i>??ht. Had be done to, he would certainly have landed ?n one of Ihe reut in th.* jail down atatra. i can tsj nothing further about this ?tory. because I know nothina. it wa? a nrn-i libel and liander to bring my name into It, an?l although 'The New York Hera! .' s i graal newspaper, i hava rlghta which 11 must respec! Captain Oeorge I*- Mott, ?>' 'he itockawav H? ich police, is ais,? Indignant over th.* stnry :h.?i h?? ac? cepted a i?h-.-k from a i-ambl? r ns protection ni'?ii?*y in order that Ihe gambler c ail ! play his game nt Bockaway Beach, Captain De Mot! told a r-p??rt.?r yesterday that about Julj i the gambler and another man who, the captain saya '? ? "crook." visited him and told him they would lik.? to make some arrangement with turn whereby Ihe gamblei ould . ,,t ih. be ich Captain l>- Motl itate I th.it h.? plainly told the gambler thai he would nol permit any gambling to Be carried on ?t the beach and would arraai t?o? gambler ?f be heard he was plying hli game. Th- check the captain admits having r, ??'?.,?! and Indorsed, but ?ay? be gol it in a regular way. rh hotel men of Rockaway pay ?? certain sum weekly fur t?i? tuppori i| th? police, and thi iptatn -m? ;?,. i .?>,???! the check from ons At the hotel-keepers This the ii ? ? ?i ? lares li how he came ;?> re? ceive and in ?,i* -?? the check. FIFTY CBILDBi A POISONED. THKY ATtl ICK CMBAM PCBCHASKD or A RTRRRT \ TNI ?Kit N'> DEATH? AMOKQ THKM Y I IT Syrncii?e, N V . July ::' Al tli- r.-snli of eating P??isono?is ic?- cream sol?! t? a vender in ih?* a tree ta fully half a hundred children in 'he northeastern part of th.? rttjf were made deathlj ill yesterdaj Thai no deaths have occurred is probably ? th- f:*ct thai tli- cream ?*.'-- purchased and eaten In small quantltlet A- . ? f n.htl Iran I ill An . ??? rream pedler named Thomas Heno*, sp- i peared m the nelchboii.l of Third North ? ebmil i o'clock ? ? tter It ifiern \ i N North at. lives thi ?'? - It. th?* M ?,v, r*l Clerk II?? ha- tl I >*? .'?". 10 get hei ?lib th.* chill <>f a neighbor, bougl I some of th.? Ice cr? am and ate It Al ? o*? i ? k .?il f th.- children wer?? taken III Tl It red froi rere retchings of th? aton i h, and vomited con stantly. Dr, E ?? Kli ne wa ?? ? . ?. f??r. The do-tor. on hla arrival, ; s one of poisoning, and when he heard what the children had eaten, he ha?l no !,"it*- as to ?hH* ha l poisoned tbrrn Th?- physician worked <?\?r i hem, ,?n?l s mi Inlghl pr mounced them < it ??f dai get Th?* experience ??f th<? Barkell rhlldren wa experience of fift} children !-. that par! f tl WMVBB 1 1 BASS I 1.1 \ AWA I \ tlKFf il!T TH ?T THK ''? ?I Ml.K '.1 : ? RX ' V ? ? ' \\ IN hi RA1CCI i.'.j ?'? ' * II \!> l ?is \ i-l i *,!.i'.:? WITH MOKB1 I BI/iNil : in: ? ? iV? There wa ? night that in ! M? Hurra until a f?*w li ' Cul ,n Aas irai .?..-? 1 dl ?,?! i ? ? lo th?- rompan) and that Ih b? ? n com erne II ? ? ? in? ?r ttone m Cr ii the report slat? Mil foi n col feaalon his I ? ? bur llnga l panl? i Milch '.vn? a' ? ? ? ? ntai? I'nlot 1 ?? I. t ment h? fled from l * -| , ?-!?-, ? SCo. B? Bronlwaj VI ?I ?, rib? i - f tin from the oil f " plan and M in I I i fera of lb? eonCern Mr Rchampaln i>?'??:v t ?:i_ii- , In l mpa pan y have been kepi In ihe Franklin Nal Bank, and II ??*? i I belief ol hank teat nlghi that th? ? ? ? ? Intact Th?- onl) Rdmund McMurraj In the \? ?.*. ! . ? ' ? s ? . .?? ? I II? ?u- al N i I'd (Men mor? ave., Brooklyn A Tribune ra| ?* i I a man who mid he was Rdmund McMurra) .it No ir.i Olenmore-ave., lasi night. Mr. McMurra? h?* had no kin??'? :. ,?i any thefts ft >m turan?.mpany, thai he had been engag? ! In th? Insurai In a smsll wa three yeai but tha: be wai no! now ? wneet? i In an: way with Ih State L'nlon Assurance I'm i.i,,? i- and hadn't i?? <-n for ?) ree yeai n He .?i . hi >? i eanvasser, engaged In buslnei every ds) and could be found any evening al hi* home, aa ha had no reason to rut a v. s\. Charlea I. Rchampaln, who llvea In a handsomely appointed hou?.* at No. ISC ??*?'? it gevent) eighth ?i wns m home last iiik-in H al I he knew little about Edmund MeMurray, having onlj been hm.,.. dated with i.iin r??r a sh??r' time h? |oinl attornej or manager tor the State l'nlon Lloyds Asked how he came i?> be Interested In thi eern and In Milch, Mr. Bchampaln aald? "l wat the attorn, v tir M!!-h In a civil suit, and when he went away In February I recelvi i a power ?,f at lorney to look .?ft??i hit Inter? la I hod no nuapL, ? ion of Milch m that time and believed thai he would return and clear up ? rerj dlfll tultj He went away on February 8, nni within ? fei? dayt .? meeting ol the subscriber* of ihe concern ?*. i ? called t? eleel a auccessor, Milch had left with me s'.in? mol?.? to pay lo?**?? and such OthtM ti penses as miKhi i>?? Incurred Al Ihe Febi iarj meeting I naked lo t??? elected attorney, win? i? really manager, int?*n?itnfr when Milch returned to resign i|? Am favor Instead l wsa elect? i lointly with MeMurray. \v<- ware t?i sIki? tha checks Jointly, but nona won ???i presented lo me. Abn'it the first of April my resignation was de? mand-?! Just after th.- receipt ol thai Milch cam? hack and I showed " to him. He ?Imply said: ?!?>? mand ?ti accounting.' This I did and heard noth? ing mor?* from the concern I had never received a penn) foi mj eervice?, end thought II uselesa to enter upon n contest, and about May 1 resigned " "Nobody wa*? mor.? surprised than myeefi when Milch made hit confemlon, and i have had noth? ing to do with him tin? ? ? " Billa n Roberts, president of ?lie Franklin it.mk. said "The st.it?* Union Uloj Is haa in aw luni ?vith the bank sad it I? ill regular MeMurray never had ?m Individual account with the Im?.??, and if be had I think I can safely i? ;!..ii li .. mid not be overdrawn " Uli: l>F RI.'A XT, TRIAL ULI.I A. San Fran?!.*"-??. Inly H (SpSi tel) I'rob.ihly no greater legal force wa? ever ?-?*en in thtt country than that whteh marked (?i-day Ihe Opening of the trial of ThOOffor? Inirrant for th?- ?rue| murd.-r ,,t the schoolgirl Hlanche l.amont In I Imano.] BaptlM church three months mk?> Hot? was I oast in Which lfiu ini.?miun wr?- Wiii?nir to i?- ? lamlaed for th? jury, yet ih?- whole Oral daj ???as wasted in ths rea'?nic of grossi) Irrelevant affidavits intended te show thai the Court *-h,iui i ?rant ? change of venue because of local pn-ju li ??- ?gains! ih? accused mm. lmrrant's counsel evidently egDCCtgd 10 have their afii'iavits aeeepted unr.-.,?i; but the Judge insisted that the whol?? mm bs r?-*i?l \N'i???n th?- court .??i|ourneii, it waa plain from Ihe ?tack of ii ftl'lu vitM r?niH .inn?- that anoth-r Whole ?lay would !??? r?quired t.i tinish lion.. The object of thi? leK.ii gmaoeuvre is to ?atrap the Judga into making ?i,me ruiiiiR on which Ihe defence can gel a valuable exception Th<?r- Is n.? h?ip.? and n i Kroun?! for chanite of v?-nue. Inirrrint txpresge? Kreat ?-onfl?ience in his acquittal, but hi? father Is evidently not sani;u!ne. HI? attorney? rely upon alibi for defence, hut th. p dice have several n?w witnesses whose testimony l? expected to ?lemollsh this alibi The trial 1, excltlna greater lnt?r??ii than any other case that baa atea triad bera ta twanty yeara Dr. Lyon's PERFECT Tooth Powder AN ELEGANT TOILET LUXURY. \Jr\ct\ by people of refinement for over ?i Quarter of a ?osatnty. THE ENGLISH ELECTIONS. CONSERVATIVES CAIN THREE, LIBERAL! TWO. I.orn ItOSKBBRY'g attorney -;F.NK.r-.*ti. has an i\?iti:,vsi:i> NMJoitnv-T. m iik.m.vs 9VCCXOB. L ndon, July ?tt.?According t?? rtrlssd lists, the election retnrna now show the following rssults: Com****? itlve? .Ml ?berall .IM t'nlonlat? . ,*,i *.l? ?'?Mini:,.? . ta Xfaxnt Hi'?-? . 1 Tatal .KM ****? Total . xii The polla declared to-day show a ?rain of two seats for the ?berall und three for the Conaervs tiv.-s Forfarahlre followed the example of the Brigg Division ??f Uncolnahlre by reveratng the verdict of th?- elecllon In November, IIM, and giv? ing Martin White, the Liberal candtdStS, B ma? jority of in. At the November .lection, which area occasioned by sir J. Rlgby, then th? Liberal mem ber for th. county, helm* made a Judge. Charles Maule Ramaay, th.* conservative candidate, wsa returned by a majority of ".su. ?5?r it. T. Reed, Attorney-Oeneral ?m.ier i.ord Roaeberya sdmlnlstrstwn, baa an Increaaed ma? jority in Dumfrlee Burgha T, M Healy, who rep resested the Nationalists in Looth, also had an In? creaaed majority. Four Lib?rala and two Conserva? tive? ?ho?* gains over the votes by which they were returned at the previous election?. Additional election retiros hive been received ??? follow ? : Dunfrles Burgha Sir u T. Reed (Liberal), 1.7?: W Murray (Unionist), 1.1?. In ISM the Lib? ? ?naj'ii Ity v. as BSt. ? Carnarvonshire Arvon idvldon I-. Jone? <I.H erali, 1.1?:. I'r??fe?s .?r A Hughe? (Conservative), _,?,.-,:; fn the election ?>f IM the i,ii,.-ral candidate Bras ? urne I unopposed. *r*orfsrshlre Martin Wi.it. (Liberal), MM; C M. Ramsey (Conservative), 4.71*?. In IM the Llbersl majority ?? M . _ Avr lliirgl.s?<r. !.. orr-Kwmg (Conservative). I.0B7; u Blriun-rre, (Uberal), V?. In MM Blritmyre w.i? ? leeti I bi a ma ),?rit v of 7 Uarlow .1 Hammond (Natl-Miallat). I.*?; 8 Nuck? en (Conservative), MB. The Nationalist maj?>rle In l?t! wa? | ?.' Kililar?- North Division Mr Bngledow (National? ist), i !<?)', Mi Carea (Parnellltei, 1.711 The Ne tlon ill?! majorlt) in l* ?- ? i? Ml l...'i-h N'.irth IMvlRlon T M Heal} (Nal Sol ii , I'arnelllte), 1.).".. In II ? Heal .?a [__nca?h re, prests ; h I H? lalwn F ? ' ?a '? il.ll eral?, ? K. 8 C Mo? brai (Cm I M .tt ).:.!-. r? .i ' i. I ' ? . W. j., .,- ' Mb. ral), ?"?.>*? Mr. J i Moi N'.irth I ? ?l.i.r... i :.-.. W tl Williams (Conservative), l.oa, II ? . ? .? 1,110 Ranffahlre Sir \\ Wedderlnirn ll.lberal), . ???: Ml tirant I M I.Hc ral major '-. in Kn irllneshlre .i u CromM? ll.lberal), I,*?; the il n c J 1'.'i-,? (Conservative) yMt In 1*93 Mr. croml ? ? i Pert hi ?? ??? I >l vision .-'lr .1 Klnloeh (?berall .. Roar? (i'onaervatlvei, j,M".. Klnlooh ???? ... .i. . Rom ford Division A M Wflgram ?,??.??? vatlve). 12E7; J H Bethell (Liberal! I ?'? gram's majority la IW mi? ll?. I. in. a?htr<- Aeerlngtnn I'iti?i?n S;r .1 F Lease i Utter? . ?? ?? w m ? hell (Conservative), ?.AM In - ? I F I.-..?, ?ad a majority of M. : election wan held Sir .1 F X?OttOi In. i . ' m ??...??? i ? .?..- Lib ?III :: ? wtoi via r u i. gh i? ' i? I Moon (Uriel ? . ? II , ' :t tard tl. i? Ml. in return? i i ?? .?: .'HI 'l?i ?? ' 14, A. M - '.' i ? ? M t i ? . - ? ? liti lit? : Knape ? Liberal ). 1.938 In XBtt Mr - ? CorSMilre. Rarnsle? Division i"arl ?' mptor, ii.ih. ? , ? i, ? ? - . ? - , . i ?"", I-i ? : ihlre !? o rastei ?? | , ?,,?? ..... l , ; |., . . ? M VJi IR II \MS.\Y ri "1 ~F \T if. i II tgl. OP i? ti.ii ?? . \> v \i ? i.i . ? , ? ist Pari unc?? i? 11 if th? i ? en? ??: ,r? , ? ? ' i?-n manner al a 11 ? ? t ? -1 si :l flee S trip fl ?-??>.? k Major llamaa) nas living ? ihli ??. al Ih? time, having married ?? daughtei ??f William R Garrison . ?? land ?' on*-e t., assume the in. if the fl vi ttle boys ??t his lead brothei s me ? il.ll,? m nas cause?! on th? o islon ,,f Mi Ban ? pr< Ion bj ; h< Inlei ?? , ?? ?? ! loarard Home Rule laity sa he ?-..i? Indebted for in? victor) t.i th.. ?? i influence which he eserclsed by virtu.- of hi? ?i ?is trusiee an I managei ??r the larg. ??I in- dead brother, who vs.i.? on rnthuelaatt? Horns Ruler one ~tl the ? Port) Thieve?." ,?s the f?>rt> fi i,.? Rule p? ? i srs ?il?-1. Sii William v\ ? .j lerburn, re ? le? t? I aa 1 member f..r Banffshlre, la th- hr.i : of one of th? oldest house? in Brotland, tracing hi? desce?? In an unbroken line to th- year I'M He ?peni >i con ?ble portion ??f hi? life In India, arhere m. ? , ?! brother, wife and child, teere maaaacred ?lur li i the Indian mutiny "f II ; ri*" John Kinio. b, v-iio retains hla seal ??i? the Lib ?ni member for the Eastern Division ??f Perth i? ??ti? ?if the lar?.-? landowner? ?>f Scotland, .h i saerclaea, moreover, an Immense amouni of In? fluence a? ?-iii-f of the clan ??r Klnloeh. Hi? re? election tt.ii? a foregone conclusion Captain Charlea i. Orr-Cwlng, ratnrned In the Con? rvativ. Inlereata f??i 'he ,\vr Burghs came prominent!? before the public s.un* Mme ago m connection with hla extraordin?r) lawauli agalnsi hi? wife Th.- csae had been beard, and he ?,.,,,* .,,, th? i" mi <?f aecurlng tns decree oi divorce, when Buddenl) he begged for the Indefinite adjournmeni .if the ease sine die, "ti. consequence ?>f certain communlcatlona" made bj hli ?if??. Tins waa he i t.? in? ii? thai he im,I condoned the alleged offence of il,.- lion Mr.?. un ?Swing, and lecl.led to permit her i ' figure al (he head ?,f hla household probabl? f..r it,?- ?ak?. of their two infant children. Mrs BETTER THAN DIAMONDS. \ Good ?health is bettet than diamond? Health is lit'?- No plesaarc esa i?<- taken withon! it. It i-- tin most precious thing in th? \ world, and many people .u<- careless laissai ii The** neglect theii little ail m? nt- thejr Ignore sstnre'i dsngei signals .uxl ran rixht onto the rocks of disease. All ?lise,??i? have insignideant I?.ginning? Conanatptiea is Imt the fruit of mulrctcd cstsrrk A slight cold ?l? vclo|is into iinrumoni.? or lironchitis. A little indigestion (-rows iato "liver -.om? ul.?int " Dr Pierce'a Goldes Medical Discovery is a medicine for the whole body It searchea out th<- weak soots and bnilda them up It i? ,? strengtiiener, .? pnrifiei and a cure. It itut? the ili?-estit-e sjratem into an activ?', healthy condition, purities and enriches the Mood ;?)i?l ?MCCB out all |io?soiiimis nmtter. Taken in time, it will cure .?.s j,?.r cent, of all tases of conanmp tion. It is g purely tregstsblc compoand that works jn perfect harmony with nature. It tone? up the whole liody and produces strong, hard, healthy tlesh it has cored hundreds ?>f caaes <?f consomption, btron chitis, asthma chronic nasal catarrh anil kindred mslsdies, which had srithetood tin- efect <?f every ?ither gmdiciae, A large BSmbef of t< ?timonial lettets and photographs ??f those cured hsv* been printrfl in hook form We will sind the (>???iU iifio pages) free, if you will ?end your a?l?lre?s. also this n?>ticr and si? cents to pay part postal""', to Wosi.n's Dispi.ssa BY MKniCAL ASSOCIA tion, No. 66- Main St. Buffalo, N. V. Orr-Ewing Is the only daughter of I.ord Ruthven, and her husband Is one of the heirs of the im? mense fortune ivhl h h s father, the late Sir Will? iam Orr-l.wlng. made hr the manufacture of Tur kev-red. T. M. Healy. gstumsd by a considerably Increased majority for the North I?!vl?-don of I.outh. his oppo nent helnsr. the Parnellite c indi'late, J. Nolan. II one of the leaders of the Home Rule movement, and prob? ably the moat aggressive member of the Irish party. No on?* has ?ver Impeached the honesty of his pur? pose nor the purity of his motives. Hut somehow or othsr h? has an unfortunate tendency to turn tipfui those who have been his liest friends when he firids anything displeasing to him in the'r potlcy. Thus he turned upon Mr. I'arnell, whose private tecretarv he had been, and to whom he was in debted f.?r his Introiluction Into politico! life. He has turne?! in the same way i.Kainst many others ?>f hi? former pollticil associates, an?l now lie has attacked "Honest .John" lUllon. accusing him In ?..eh and In print of ha vina sold to Liberal? Na tlonallsi teats at the rate of $i.i>m apiece per an? num. -Vith nigh the money seem.? t?i have Rone Into the Nationalist treasury, and there was no in? dividual dishonesty, yet the revelations In connec ti'ii with this rpieer transaction have badly lamfiRed In the eye?? ()f the public the Home Rule party, now divided Into three faction?, each one of which h?tes the other worse even than the Tories. MR QLADSTONR ON THK KI.ECTIO.N. !.<>n Ion. July H. Mr. QladstOB* In a letter to a friend writes: "It Is too ear'.y to speculate upon the causas 'if ?iiir defeat and learn >?.?ons from the facts, but the Liberal party c/in well afford tO Mund upon It? record. The disasters which are abounding on every aide enhance the satisfaction afford.d by the luccesses where courage and patriot? ism stem the prevailing tide." QOLDWIN SMITH'S COMMENTS. Toronto, duly &?Professor Holdwin Smith, in an Interview to-day on the ele?*!.?n now In progress In Orsal Britain, said mat Am believed Sir William Harcourt'a Local Veto bill had done his party much mischief, and that s.-ichllstic radicalism had received a final blow In the defeat of Mr. Morloy. Mr. Chamberlain's socialistic proclivities. If he re? tains them, might give him trouble. Mr. Smith bc lleves I??ird Sa'.lsbury's malorltv danserous'y '.arge. ai i thai His Lordship la mi a go??l leader. The I ?like of Devonshire .vouM make a better one. He think? !.??rd Roaebery'a most h?peful course would have been to lav Home Rule aside and take up In a bro.i ! and patriotic way the reform of the House Of Lords. THK ITALIAN BTEAM8HIP COLLISION. .IM rCRRARl'g STATEMENT Till: ESCAPI ?U* SBKHOR BALEMA. Oeass, .July 22 c?p! ?in Ferrari, who commanded the -inken steamship Maria P., has made ? state? ment. In which he raya he wat aaleep in hi? b?r;h when the collision occurred. Ha ?k awakened by the terrifV cri?h. followed by crtea of distress, end rushsd i n de.-k. When he reached the deck h?j found tbal the ?-nein?-.?? of the Ortlgte had i.:i re. versed ml the Maria P. wa? Making. He threw himself Into the ?e-i. an?l kept himself afloat until LI p|, ke I up. An Inquiry into the disaster has ti? en opens I here Rpeste, Julj S -Additional detalla of the col i >i?!i bet wem the Italian iteamshlpa Ortlgia and Maria P.. and the sinking -f the buter m the Quit of ttenoa, Include tin testimony ??f the lookouta of butri ,'esseia ill it they sighted each other I ?> late ten the '?'>li>-'' ? Bach also charge* that th?? ?i and mate of th?- other vi-???. were aaleep rhen they .???.'! have been on ?le k ir I'll?? i. ? Brasllten nr.erchanl who wat on hi*? waj h me wli i i j wife tnd three boys, ??ne ?>'. them ? babe ??? arms. It among the avrvlvors. H? Bays l and - family were asleep in their b"rth? wiien they were awakened hi tha -h?>?'k of '.he i m H.? Immediately r.m ??? in.? ?ieck with two ?' the children, while his wife ?arrie?! th.? baby .n h??r .irn ? ::? ? k. the) mounted the bridge, when the) **iw t h it the ship nraa -?ink'n*. lb- ,-,?::,?| t. his wife lo Jump Into trie eea. which the i followed her with the twi boya The it. lei ya were Irowned, bul (???er-,.? ewr?m !)>? the aide ut hi? wife an?! Bucceeded !n holllng her an?! the baby above ?rater until th??y were all p! ked up. DOMINION PARLIAMENT Plt?.'*.i)?;i'r:i). Ottawa, July S The Dominion Parliament .as prorog i rhie afternoon. Th? Governor-Oeoeral i,-!i? -r? I the ipeech from the throne He ?aid ?hat >h<- * I ommerce with France, from wi ich ?!,'?? commercial results mlghi '? \;- ? i. ? min !?.- ratlOed and rrould ?- pul Into force egottetlon? " llh Neu - lied in am .?*r- mem for the preset '-.i*. of t!i?? provincial legislature ?n- remedial ordei Isa i ? ! b> Ins government, ol ihe . m ??' m ?,.? an? considered . - ? i - . ? '. menl ?if finthei .i tlon un? . sai ml in I the Hli Ison May ftall ? i. lause gi\ ing ;he .!i> an extension ?if '?me for the fompTetlon of '? ||n< v motion proposed by ??nator _?ott. to m.ik?- tha payment of the subsidy ???jr.'l'tioi-.al hi ?:,? of the road, wa? defeated by a v? tl?- bill stands. It .--rnr?ly r?ar . ?>.. -??>?-?' ! \ already voted. mnkl-i^T Cbe-half le .,*? ih? completion of half of ?he ?on.) and her half when th? *h.>!? line la completed m ? ? THE U'STRIAN EMPEROR'? CNOLISH VISIT. rhe Emperor of .ustrte alll ar riv? " his Aral vi?!t ?r? Qreai Britain, end ol august !? i? expected 'h_t he si l spend ihres ??.???ks drer-atalklng In th? High? lands sa lb? gueat ??r the yueei?. CMi'N HANK PIKK? T? >KS ARKBBTKD. gi John's, N. F., July 8 Directora Thorbura, Harvey Orteve and Donnelly nni \i.inaner rin if ?h?* defunct l'nlon Bank, were formally ar reated -hi? afternoon and sftersmrd admitted M . Th.- din lora wre hel?l in WkOM bon?ls, two suretlea of IU.0M each bei nu r.-nuir?-? I The mar's Investigation hs? been ndjnurned to \\ ? Inetda) week t.? permit the Crosm to prepare lti , i? It ;- i that the Hon, Augustut Harvey has resinned hit teal In tl??? Whtteway ?'ablnet be pi ?cecdlng bis be??n begun againai n m A PROTEST AGAINST Rt'LOAIUA. Vienna. Jul) 8 Th? "Fremdenblatt" learn? thi; tin* foreign agents al Sofia will present an ener? getic protest to the Bulgarian Government because ?,i the fall ira of th.- Bulgarian officials t.? protect the UK? m and their wive? .?K?iin?t brutality sad in-iiii ??-i thi " aslon of the funeral ?>f st.imimlofT. ? ? ? DR. STOILOFF'S RHBIONATION. London, duly '-**.'- The Times" to-morroa trill pub? lish a -lennt dispatch .?aymK that Or. F?Ui'off. the Bulgarian Minister ??f Foreign Affairs, wrote to Prince Ferdinand yesterday, Intimating hs Intention to n --n from the Ministry. PRANK <". RICHARDSON, COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS. Washington, D C, July B The President has appointed Prank C itichar?ls?>n Collector of Cua? ti nioucester, Masa He has ?too appointed William l. Mexwell a second aaetetant engines^ In the revenue rutter lervlci Prank C Richardson It .? well-known politician, living near Oloucestei Ha had the tuppori of As? mi. t it nt Secretar) Hatnlln. ?r itie chairman of the Democratic State rentrai Committee of Massa? chusetts and ihe party te?era II) An effort waa made t?i prevent hla appoTntmei I b) the circulation of .i report thai b?? had spoken disrespectfully of Presiden! Cleveland and Ih? Administration, bul In* wai tble lo dlaprove the charge, rdnce which time it ha? bean understood that be ?raa to i?e appointed. ISBPBMINB MISERS TO OBOANIEE a ni<-, mnmtra to bb hbld ti?i?w thk mm I NIl'l!? AM? l'M?M Ishpemlng, Mich., July 22 iSpe-lal? An important change In the strike situation at Ishpemlng oc? curred to-day, The striken nave definitely decided to organise, and al to-morrow's meeting in l'nlon I'.nk ,i full registration Of all ?tie miner.? who are atr ingl) m lympathy with the lockout ?rill be made. These nun will form ths contemplated union. An attendance of MM is tapected, an?! about two thousand name'? win probably be enrolled. The remarkable thing about this strike is the pei teci unity of the many different nationalities onii narlly antagontetlc, \ll the men ar?- harmonious, not only In the effort to ??i>taln higher waaes, but also In the determination to maintain order and r.s|.i for ih- rlKhts of property. It has been tmp?>sslble for newspaper men to ob? tain entrai. I?? the meetints of the strikers, and Home Who attempted It have been roiiKhly handled. M.'.tS EVPMBMIA HALSET UFAD. Miss Ruphemte Haise> was burled in Qresawood ,,n Sunday. Ih? era? aeventy-ftve years old, sad during her girlhood eajoysd all the luxuries that wealth could ki\?- Bhe ?raa born in Brooklyn gad educated al home and in Parla Twenty year? ago ?ha contributed t" a number ?>f leading periodicals limier the nam?? of Kftle Hrower. In IS7.S she wrote "lireeiiwooil l.?*,?v?*s," a little volume desiilptlve of OraenWOOd Cemetery, it? monuments and lnterest Iiik hlslorlcal features, rthe whs stricken with parsl ratB In MM and since then had been living chiefly up.m the bount) Of the Church ?if the Kedeemer. In l-'ourih-ave. She breathed her last In a little room In a frame cottuge U No. >HVi Hin'.er-st. .1 DVEL TO THE DEATH ?"allanan. Fla.. July 22 A deadly duel was fought early this morning betwe.n Deputy Sheriff Hlggln botham, of -Naaaau County, and a negro outlaw. THE DOCTOR*? COU Ml. Donald. Chicago.?I am greatly troubled ?t time? with a clutching ?cnaatlnn of ?he heart, which ?eerni to ?top thu beating. Plea?? susse?! a remedy. Take Cardlne, In three-drop doses, on the tongue, three time? dally. Continue this treat? ment for two weeks, and Increase to five dropa. Report at end of month. T. A. 8.. New-York.?Kindly rjggeet a remedy tot ectemtt. Take Thyroldine, extract of. the Thyroid Oland. In thre?-dmp doses, three times ?.ally, on th? tongue. Twice a week take Nathrollthlc S?-?lt, a tablespoonful In a tumbler of water one half hour befor?- breakfast, twice a week, u-j-. Carfc-Dlated Vaseline every night, and a pure soap with a morning sjiorig- bath. F. P. IV,. New-York. Will you t.-ll me of something te take t,, reun?ale ?he bowel?? Nathrollthlc Salt. Two te;ispnonfuls In a tumbler of water, one-half hour before break? fast, twice or three times a week. Mr?. K, II.. Kansaa nty. -What I? ben'flolal to one who ?uffera from t>?<1 li?n?1a?-h? almost continuant; excitai.)-, restless an1 Irreflular appetite? ~ Take Cerebrlne, extract of the brain, in flve drop doses, three times dally. Once or twice s week, take a t<?a?*poonftil cd Nathrollthlc gait In a half tumbler of water, one-half hour before breakfast. W. T. PARKER, M. D. P. S. ?All lelt-rs nt inquiry on medical ?ml-ject.? dlr?--?g m ?h? Columbia. ?'h?ml?-al Company. \Va?!iin?ton, D. p. will i??- answered free, cither In the?? column? or by nuij THE ANIMAL EXTRACTS The moat v-ronrferfnl theraitentle rtlaettvery alace (be daya of .J?-nr?er. ? K.HKIIRI1E.From the lirais, Kor DtaBSSSfl of ?he Iiraln nn?1 WenrOaS ."-yatem. M Kill I.I.IM-*..Prom the Spinal Cor*. For Fpllep-y. Loeon-.otor Atasia. etc. CARD IXE.From th* Heart, F.?r Diseases of ?he Heart. TEBT1XE. For rremnture Decay ft VARIAI*.. FS? DlMBBSB of IV-m-ti. THVROIOI"iE. For [>:?m.i ?n?1 Impurities of ?h? hlooi. Doae, S Dropa. Price. Two Draotim?. *i.?A, FKIIH1? 1D1 I'lLI.S For MALARIAL AFFK? 'TION? ard all I.\FI.VMM.\. TORY DISEASES' of -Ahleh Paver If an ?c<*nmpui)m?fl*L Of !n??tlmnb> talue It? NFi'RAl-tHA; for Sii"K HtvD. A' HE a specific Prlc-i. per b.-?* of 2o pin?, fiO o<.n???: |0fi pill?. tZ.QO, > 11 II HOI.II III? SALTS For Habitual CoaatlpatieB, Torpor of Um Baaeh* m la action ?f ib? Liter. Headache, ';??.t-?<- iit-sp?p?.a, i?> t??tln?l Dyspepsia, Want of Appetite. I?ang?:".r. and 1 ?a. bilit). A? n mild, .-f?.:i.e purgativa It ha? r.o ? ??Ai. Price. tO cent* per ? Ill All Une?'?', or ( nlii oililit < lu-nili nl Co., '.\ n?Ii ?ncton, D. O. Cf?lLDREM lTEETHir,? Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup baa been used for over ?POTTY YF.AKS by MIL? LION.-- of MOTHERS FOP. THEIR CHILDREN WHILE TEETHINC. wit*?, perfect St*CC*E.SS. I? 8AOTHES THE rHILD SOFTENS THE GUMS. ALLAYS ALL PAIN. CUKKS WIND COLIC, and la the BEST REMEDY FOR DIARRHOEA. Sola by drusTRiPts in every part of the world. Twenty-five Cents a Bottle. The negro ?nme tlm<* ago sh?-,t three men, and Hlgginbothim had a warrant for hi? arrest. The officer found the negro this morning in the hous? of a n?Kr?> woman i!n?1 ordered him to surrender. The negro refused, an! then both be-?an firing, emptying their ptstols When the ?moke cleared away both were found on th?; floor dying. Every bullet had taken effect. Ce VESTS AT LE A DISC, HOTELS I! P The number of arriva'.? at the leading hotel* was fully up '?> the averige yesterday and many rooms were ensalce.! by mall an i telegraph for to-day. MARLBORO CG It. F. I*. Wharton, \. w-Obw lerin?. II. J. ly.tv. nthal, Huata? tile. Ala. .1 R. Her?tetn, Hnurtoa. Tex. K. H ?ilone & wife. BaMfc more. B. %v Co.-,?. Philadelphia. H. Alt. i*hicag . F. B f.ihb*. New-Orleana. K L. Heh).ar<l, Boston. &L. Hebbard. l??ston. ? ??w.,,r??-..,i. Haltlftiosa ?' Ha-n?r Hultlmore. 1 K thn. HarriiburB. RRINt-Wl? K Knut. Waahingt.m. D. Hi ?TO, I" IIa? I? ii caawalasSi ***? ?'athe nne A J. Loas, F? Warm*. Mr, t,,r?. F' Wttn It I? .1 ?haw. <*?-l.-a? I. !.. F. i/tree ?n?l alte, ?.'leve. land. J I> Hlj.l-v. M???achua*tt?. I? M, i-iiiplet Philadelphia. F It Ueeeatoy. B- a?on A v.-hit a ?if? New-O' ltan?t. GILBET. Kemp. Il^nnlnif^n. Vt. Ollll? New-Orlean?. ): Y. ila.llev ?l-velanl. T .1 ?'ran? S wife. ?'leve land \v T Timer rallfTnla. r B Wicks Y'ungslown. O F D. Wall?. S' Loula. I. It v..?h Younfatiiwn. o II it Kiekenoa, city Ifrilro A L. Oran?. San I'l-nei?'-?. H M A Inn?. Kanaaa City. i-.ltAM? r\I??N. r I. m baa, D? iroli T W U. W rthiii? A mite. H Bt. Lost* A T I fh*pm;in A wlf-, Rlrh. A m.?n?i. Va. F \V Rlley A wife, J-ff^r ? ?on, I.iwa. M U Fn-k A ttif-, Roek w.ii city, \'a r I? TaNir. H?ifTalo. f, T llerrv. BoetMI. 1?. Rnherla. I'uebl.,. i- Sp^n-?r S' Paul. Dr t-* a Heater * <ln?-inn.ttl. Mile de Tatra?, France METKOPOLK. R?)barher, It.x-he?.??H OoodBtaa, ?levelar.l. A H. Kohny. Hola? nty. J. F. MeOaaa, Fimtra. O. l. 1?. White. Albany. J. U. Heulet?. Middle) m. J Ooorley, Westerly, R. L of 9f, M Keenan. Trny P. H M-tp-y KlnK?t<-fi. F. 1? I ?rake, London, nnt. J IV. Hamilt g\ London On?. , ST JA MKS Y ?; Smith. Auetin. Ttn. H. M. Hill. Pirtahurg Nel-H.n, Pltlahurg. t't:it.-d A wife. L?ala? Ule. W. J. O. Schneider, f-aa Antitnt.1. Tea. B M. Hid?es. ?. S. N. L. V. Oreene, Iowa. Smith A vr'.fe, ?o.?-a. Doyle, Bowenvn,?, Qg, 1 D F. H wife. Mr?. J. C. w HOffTMAM Date?. Alabama Il K lin. ?'leteland M Aron?.>n. R?vhe?itrr. S ?;i ?? H vh<-??ei C. R Parry, \Villl*im?. A T .N lient? S.m Irin? :.?,-ij \v M Matk.-?. M?.iu??..m aty, Al? L McLeodon Ala. HOI.I.AXI?. y. \\ t'brlattan. \'irK?ni., f? Hollander. Hartforl Mr?. A. J. llraham, l'hl f-'Tt'RTEVANT. 1\ J. Kerr. Phlla. \V.~o.!. ilun, I? Ind. Farta. H Ralnf..?h A w.fe. ?1a cinnatl. I?. M. <*.?o,la|.- A wif?, Wa-hin??t. n. i. s Levy, ?aitmv re. a. p. Crocker, w m ions* P'tt. \V Kmeraon. S.-rn Ki-aSe ol?co. F 1. l'.iven. ?Tilcago. F H 8tapp & wlf* f*ha t tanoofs Mont? ?mery Mr? l_ ?'.. B Randall. i Aubiirt WKSTMIXSTER. Mme. Htoato?a, J ?;> ?n. Mme. H ;??.??, Japan. Mi? a-ro E. Gllmau. Cal eas*" D M Ferry A wife. Detroit. H S Il.'lme? St L?iul?. il H Wheel...-),. BoiitB Pend. Ind. T BoMOn. Hlmilneham, Ala. C. ?? ?'a?i.-i rittuni _ Dr, K. .lenkln? ?* ttlfe, Wafhington. H ralkeabu'rga, l?us Qiiehnnini. l'.rn lila? l'n?cnliirKl?, Susqu?? barna. Penn. Mr? M B IVrlghl. Wa**? ln?'-?n C, Y, Wrlrht. Wa.?hln???-n. W. XV. Schill, RhlrehecH. N V r i ?.. Km? Tsesata. A l'.ralahaw. Merlden, Coaa. A RARRl STEAKS (T CIJAUTAUOUA. Chautaiaciua, K." v. Joly M u?bt?t Basil O. Hir.??*t), of sinat CoagTegatloa, Calestn, wa- intro lu.'.-l t.t a InrKe auillcnc- !n t 11*? amphitheatre to ?lny. The only other .|e?-.-??.h rabbi who ever .?p?->ke her?* Wh? Il.-iiry Herkowltr. ?*f Philadelphia. Rabbi Illrncli 'fl suiliject flraS '"111?- Inalienable DattSfl of Man.'' an 1 hi? exposition Bf what these duties are was BtoaaSBl Sad '/"?B"**)''?*. Dr. .I??hn Henry Hsr rows, of Chlc.TRo. ?poke of "The rnlvers.il H.iok." Dr. Way'.B'i'l ll.?yt. of MlBSeapoltB, ?p-ik-- te-4_f on "The Fact of th. lir-|,ir.?t.,in of the Hlble," and this ?"???nlii,- oiiautaii(|iia enjoyed a OOBSSTt TI'F TWO MF. It HERS ROTH LOST TBF?R VOTES Fron? Th,? \\'.'?tniin?(-'r Budfet An ?iniusitiK in.il.-nt conn?-?'te.| with th.- fatal dl vwi.m of J???)?' it. ?hii-h l?-i to the r.-siKnatlon or th?* Liberal Oovernmeiit, bas ju?t com?- to li(*ht. Shortly before the dlxlsloti a Tory M P.? who Is a ni?-nil??r of the **-, Stephen's Club, whl.'h stand? at i he ?.oiner of the Thames Km bun knien t. opposite to the clock ?<?\v~r of the Houaea ot rarllamenL K'?t, with some difficulty, the permlKslon of the Op? position whip? ta pay ?? irlsll to th? dab to nine. and ?nit alter Kl-lni* a nolemn promise tliat he would rush tu?, k t.? th.- Hoses th.- moment the dt vleion sii-nnl. which c-onnects the club with the precln.-ts of the Houss tv.?s BOSndsd He htippene.1 to l??- comfortsW) sestsd in the ?iiiikltiK ro.uii of the club. enJoyiiiK a ?Uar after a tioo.l ?limier, when the division t?!l of the Hiiune wa? runj*. .lumping t?? hi? feet, he rushed out with? out hi? hnt. Now. there are two subway? leadin* from the club- one COniMCttns It ?llr. ctly with the House? of Parlliment. an.l the other lea?llng to the 1Ve?tn?lnater landing-stage of the river steamers. In hi? hurry the M Y', rsn down the wrong ?ubway. taking the one leading to the river side. lns_tea>l or the one communi ating with the House. Perceiv? ing hi? wild flight, and ?toubtleas much ?truck wltn hi* excited appearance, the policeman on duty al the end nt ?he tunnel jumped to the conclusion thai he wa? about to commit suicide by throwing him? self into the river. _ ? ____ A.-tuafe.l hv the best of motive?, the po'tcema**. ?el?e?l him. an.l instated up.m taking htm to Ne**" Scotland Yard. Nor wa? the nflVer satlsfled until a Liberal member, who happened to be leisurely walking along the Kmbankment to the House (una Srsre >f the perilous position of the (?ov.-rnment). vouched for the ?anltv an?l reepecUbUlty of tn* Torv M P. Ills vote was ??f course lo?*. an?l ?o, t..o, wa? Ihe vote of the Liberal m. P. Indeed, the Liberal-who tell? the ?tor*. declare? that If he had not happened to ?**????*__ the plight of the Tory, he would have got to tne Houae Tn time to support the dovernment In tnj division. Another cruel example of the irony a? fater Do yoa want a Tonic f T-ska lloralord'a Acid Plioephatt?. Dr. W. J. Norfolk. i*hi.-opee Fall?. Ma??.. ??>?: "I la*~? u??4 it ?? a tonic and aOtnutant with ?(-?c??*. 1 ??1?*?J* k??p it la the bouse tor my own use."