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MINORS IN PENNSYLVANIA.
NOT TO TAKE THE PLACES OF THE MINERS. HOWEVER. VKAnimtLY Tt'KNS Ol'T IN riil'.CE TO WELCOM8 THE BEEKSRS ?G??? FRESH A1R-A ????.???> PAKTY ???????. Weatherly. Ponn.. July -1.?This town, near the Centre of the State, is nicuslomed to having lurte companies of p?op'.e pass through It ami \lslt it. j but the people wore te?'?r*A?h?Im???! by tho ?hroo rar leads of rhll.lr. ? Tom .the t.-nenient-ho??? s of N?w Y.-?rk. who arrived on Wednesday nfternoon afier a hippy ride ..f four .hours in ? 1.ehigh Valley train. r...ri.u?i.'s cireur* couid not have attracted , ? Issrsjet crowd th:in pa'Tiercd et the Ktntlon when Tb,?.?. Trita.ne Fresh Air party was due. When aa BgOSH of tho l-'und went through this ! part of Ike Stat?? a few weeks ago and described j tlie homes In New-Yotk which he had visited In company with a in I a st?.? nary of a chapel on the East Side, he ha.l only to tell what ho had Seea aad heard to arouse the d?M>po<?t Intercut in the j children of the poor. Ht did not need a stereop ticon to enforce hi* arguments, for. in addition to ! ?what be saw in the homes wMch he visited, he re- j -Boated tOtKhkbg instances of self-denial und hero- j Ism. of straggle? with poverty and stmoet un- | parali, 1..1 devotion which had com? under th? por- . sona: observation of the? faithful visit ?r who ?icted j as his (aide that day. THK ? 1TY FOR A TKXKMKNT LANDLORD. Had Mr. D.-.hant been able to carry a llttlo of the ?.. noBBSnt hoasc ??lor ?nth him, especially from the Ron? A'.ley barracks. In Will? :t-:n., of which tho city Is no*? the landlord, his votelo would have , had BUM greater weicht. It Interests the people of Weatherly to know that a goodly number ?>f the one hundred and fifty children In the party1 can.?? from the district wMck be iSsecTlbed and ; from tb.o chapel WbOe? missionary Is a ?'.ally visitor , in the bOOttCI Whets there ar.? sorrows anil suffer- j in?. Many of the tales of distress which she hears gre toa sacred to b. repeated even ??creilo sym- ' faith*/ for the lit tl?- ones, whose lot mlr,ht be j bright! md kg this recital. "I don't want those larsc? girls." ?said a well-ln tentloned host, as two Kir's-, ten or ? leven years o!?i. wire assigned to her. "I want little t,lrls." "These w. re small, r when they started." ber; rn the man in char??? of lh. party, who Intended to explain that the stirpi*, of littl?? girle for this party ran <>u?. but before he coold say more one of the ? irriiiisti-rrs said: ?r.,.is?- give me those two girls; they are tuet ?a:-, enough to 50 to my house," and for the n? si hr.lf-hour the woman stood waiting to see whether there WOUM l??? any child whom she coni?! s> cmc. one man was late la coming to the church ?here the distribuisse woe made, and as no word liad been hear.l from him, the little girl who wou d have gone with him was given to her, and she Vent away only half-sniisfled. In a few minut?e the man cane, sad was sorely disappointed to find that his boaro, r had slipped away. Bo great was ] the .i, nu.nd for the children that a second party j was ordered by telegraph next morning. TU? re was a much largir number ?.' "tots," or ?v.,,:.-," sa bosso of them might be called. In this party than Is usual in Flesh Air compaia.:;. S? v <r..i of the children were under five years ol 1 ii. .1 one tittle mito is now enjoying her turn sum? nur, her i-.rst two l-.a,l been spent in a tenement bouse ? it far from Tompklns Square. Tho ma? jority ol the children would be proper sublets of a klndi rgarten. CHURCH UNITY MAXIl'KbTLD. Nearly every church In town w.?s actively Inter? ested la se: uii!.?; hon.es for the children. Tl.?? H--v. Jam. s M ore. ?r.. of the Pre: byterlun Church, was appointed < halrman of the committee, but an acci? dent to his mother prevented his serving, and bla p|..,, was most effectively Blled by the Rev. J. W. Buckley, of the Methodist Church. The Rev. A. M M.. ,.?...???nier, of the- German Reformed Church: the Rev. B. R. ????, of the Evangelical cnurch; the Rev. D. O. Qerbelrlch. of the Lutheran Church, and the Ree. Mr. Jones, of the Holiness Alliance Church, also aseieted ?n git'ir.g the bomea and ta distributing the children when they arrtveo. Bo anxious w.? Mr Buckley that there should be no detail la.kliiK that he me; the train ai Mauch j Chunk and completed th? t.nal arrangements tor thi proper asslgnnient of the ,arr^.? party. The four caretakeri wen alee hospitably entertained I by lh? - oniinltt??- and their friends ' Tlie journey fr.?m New-York to Weatherly was without Bpeclal feature. The trainine? and pas s ?ngi rs wore a.ik>- d'cpiv aolicltoua for the enjoy? m. nt of tho litt,o travefUra The importan..? of the ?>i!..-.il bundle containing the v.orMly all of the chil? dren wu? manifest. Th.-ir comments aa th? y were crossing ine terry or ridini, through ih< country, their anxiety to s!t near the wim.ow that Ihey miirnl g??i a glimpse of the green ficlda ano ?lowers a liMle ah? a?l of their fell?,** ;. and thl ll hearty en? joyment of Incidents trifling to the ordinary travel? ler were equaled only by their zeal for free Ice erster. ??, boys bad been taken to the station at a venture by a mtastonary, thinking thai posaibly there n igni be a vacancy in the party whi.-h the;, might tii!. There waa a vacancy, ;**,? children from iher mission falling ?o appear In lime, and the boys w-re told that they cmild go. With their suspense ? nd???!. their happiness was complete. ].. !. lad dropped his bundle and threw his arms around the nock of his "pal" with all the fervor ??f Huguenot lovers .?nd with none of their affecta? tlon M il ?.f Ihe children In the party knew very lltt'e ol grass snd treei and flowers thrci dayi '.;io, i.j: they wen? not k?.t long In Ignorance. The con? trast between ihi i. apitable homea which they er?? ?., w entoyii ?? and thot?. winch they have .eft !? nd can be fully understood only by those who Bee the children i ere and ti., ? think of their homes it? ine crowded districts. wh.:e the population is more than ? thousand to the acre and la growing er with the arrival of every steam hip Some 01 tl?.? children ar? orphans, some are half-orphans, ?'..,'; :o not a fee orphanage, in whole .r in part, V.'??i!?i le a iv'r-..t 1 ?on. Some of the little people ! < -r from bon-.? s where neatness nnd culture arc str?ng re, while others show in dress and manner thai ? verty and Ignorance- are not necessarily r.? Ighbors. JOY AND aORROW IN HUMBIJB HOMK3. Two of the final.ei girls are the daughters of nn ash .it driver who was Injured noi 1 ns ago. While 1.? was laid up .?tie of his children was taken 111, "an,! is if t!:,;t were not enough troublo," pmtA the mother recently, "twins wer?.? born about thai ti:n<-." To .-.iy that the arrivili cf the twins was hailed with i y would be putting the cms.? n utile too Btrong; It would require poetic license to mr.k.- thai ?taten?, -it. ano lo ih? a.-licart driver's home there Is usually more pr? e than poetry. And yet It wo ! '. i.e difficult to find in any company of one .uir.dr?-?] and fifty children two lUris neater, sweet? er ur t? t;.-r behaved than ar? these ?t?tera !:i the party was a little Hebrew ?tiri but it is d.Hibttul if that fac? Is discovered during to?? fort? Bight, Tb" ehll.i win. heartily welcomed bv her h ?si Bhe Is one of the little moth.rs. for whom so 1 ' ton bo done unti", the !n?;t baby grows up Th? question of creed will peobably not ba raised In thli ...-.?. ,1 - it wa? .? year a go In an ,th?-r Penn? sylvania town. A J.wish boy had been seni to ? eery hospitable homo, bui one where little atten? ti ? ?as paid to the external forms of religion A? lh? b USewife war- arranging for the night, she ?...?? : . '.? r little boarder: "Do y II Wish to sleep wl?h :nv llttlo boy. or W u!d you prefer to sloop alone?' Straightening h.i?.-. : up with sil tbe dimity of a Beaconsilcld h.- repli? d : "? .T.-w never Bleeps with a Christian!" "Bui we're no Christiane, are we mamma?" i< ?ajito.i (?,e la: p. ? is eon with \.? little slio?*? of in 4???..?' n. T'.:?: ?ton- wa? loo go i 10 ?;- ? in spit.? of thi unintentional reflection upon the pietv of his parents, ?nd so<m ir became current property i?. In ? 1 >wn. TV.?? boyi however, ?lepl ?Ion? Th?r? w.io ?everal colored children In the nartv tins week, .???! !? ?,t the caretaker? to bel lev. tl there must be a colon . church In Weatherly; i- 1 msiior cf fs?n, it I? ?aid thai iher? is not s colored fa r-ilv |n th? ItVWH. Ilrp.lrv ? bowed that thc <la:,; ?.?!-,?:,?? visitor? fr- to b.- entertained in t,orn.? or ?.?:.- besi homes in the village. Tho foiiowi-!?? ... . pm.1.1I0:. was eiv.?: When the narn.s of I ats wore handed In. ir w.-.s found that one r?r"?bvtori-in f .rri y had asked for ? colored boy. Not to be nut? r?? . by a follower of Calvin, son-.?- ?,f the r?nro sentntlvea ol Wesley seni for two or three colored ehi '!??"?. snd soon orders for others ?ir.r.? ?raa th?? ?Seaaand for tho children olored In. Bo Hum w?-" Ih. ir.r'? arrhed thai if ther? had boon an extra do?en colored boy? and Mirls. every on? would bave f t? a home wlthtil ttvc minute? In ?he supplementary party tl??? colored race waa not for? MANY FicKSH AIR PARTIEfl ?o TO-DAY THANKS tO ill : ? Ufi MBBS OF lICrBRKSTKO KH!i:ni.s. 2:0 ? .'?i!.? ?:?;? START run th:: ?or:^i hy. To-?":ay wlli be a day of activity for the workers Of The Tribun- fresh Air l'ani. Ter, parties, sa> pregatlns SI chi!?:r< 1. lenes fi r the country. Preen 8 O'etOtk 1:? the rroming till 8 oVlock In the ?von Ir.K there wi! :.ot \* a singlo B?tante when chll dien nn not gettine ready for the merry Journe) Ii ?rill : - : wboleeak trnneferrence of suffering litt:, merlata from i.?.u, dirt and squ.-iiot- toeleanil? r.ess am purity The change will ba the more stiikitii-' because of the great amount of rain re? cently. J monna ? journey from Indoor life In eJeee, binali room? to a country which tbe shower? 1... made inore ra?ajit aad beautiful than (\.r Thfj Brill be happy youngsters who wake up to? mo row ??? 'ii.it ?1rs?, gay In the coantry. To-day*a parts? will to tj rrlsadshlpvllle, Pean.: Romulus, ? V; Hoaesdah Pesm.; Pe*sgUwepei?, ?. ? ? Uunterelandt, n. y.; Lancaa-tor, Penn.; Kairu.-.d' Conn ; 8talTord Sprinir?, t'onn.; Cazenovla ? ? end lla?leton, Penn. Ther? aie thre*. parties which leave to-day which have the distinction of being, in each case, the sao? ond pnrty which has gone to the same place this summer and In which the children have been In? vited to private homes. These parties go to POUgh keep.le. N. V.; Honesdale, r*< tin . nnd CBBIIISSIS, If. V. At I'nUK'ikeiBJState, Gnllford Dudley has BB? SStajtM Henry V. I'elton. who was Ini apccltate?! by absence in the test of provlilInK for ilio children. Twenty children go there this moniii-g. Mis. Jen? BM Lee. ?f Honeedale, has again fomrarded invita? ti.?ns from bjmpathtscra with ihe poor children ?f the city, nnd llftccn of the litter will be entertained there for two week?. Caaonsarla, N T., recel?es its second pnrty of twenty-live children io-mor row mornln??. Tb? y leave to-night, and make nn all-night trip of it. This party la to be tO'krwed by two more '.his summer, nnd the iirrant;? ni.-nts are being made by Q ?. Wllllnms. Cnzenovla peo 1 1?.' .ire doing a whohsale good this BBBMBSC The Romulua pariy, of twenty-eight, ..? a party of historic Intcrc.it. Thirteen y.ars ago Mr. Vail. of Romulus, forwarded Invitations lor a pnrty <>*' Fresh Air chlldr*n, Tho chi eren tren ?o well liked that almost nil were reinvited the MlOWtng summer. ami In every BUOCOtadlng summer Mrs. Vail has arrandei for a visit from "Fresh Aim" Some of tlH?Ke chlblren who caught their llrst glimpse of the country thirl??* ? years ago In Romu? lus have revisited their country friends every sum? mer, ??f ?oins., the Fresh Air children oi thirteen year? ago bave mw grown up Into men and women. It is nn Interesting tuet thai en?' of them who ?irst went to Romulus as a Urti" girl bna been married to a ereil-to-do fermer there, and is now living in the country and entertain? Freeh Air children every summer herself. Thoee who havi been beneficiaries of Fresh Air excursion? appreciate th?ir value. Th? kind women who have asked for children Ihls year ire Mrs Vail, Mrs. Kuaes, Mrs. Durteell, Mrs. Warn. Mis. Ltak, Mrs. Wyckoff and Mrs. Met calf. At Stafford Springs, Conn., Invitation? hav.- come through ? .?. McLeed for thirty-* \*en children, which Is an a ? "f hoapltnllty thai la appreciated. A lini?? band of fourteen children will leave for Lancaster, J :.:?... nt noon. Bei ?? of iii ??? will sta* in Lancaster bornes, where they have been ar? ranged for bv tin- Rev. A? 13 Ashlcmnn, ani the other hi-if will ?>? entertained i:i ?G?--rsvii;.?. a nearb) place. The invitati?.m for theae havi been forwarded through the Rev. J, ? Brubak?*r. The following p.- ?..<? have Invited children: Jae b B. lien, John Weaver, David lb rr. Harry Em. 1U bach, Abraham Charles -Miss Amanda Kintly, Miss Emma Herabey, Pharua ?-?te.-ibman and J. J. ila?.?. cratlck. To Ilunterslandt, S, V . a party ol thirteen, a< companli rt by two "specials," will go to-day. Mrs. Ithamer Bell has arrangi l for these child-en's re? ception, and they have been Invited by Ihe follow? ing kind people; Mrs. >?.. I'eyman, Mrs. Henry Young. Mrs Willie Qeorxc, Mrs. Leonard D. nnl Hoii, Mrs. Ithamer Dell and Harvey Pecker, Th*? party for Hazleton la on.? of twelve children, whose Inni tlon? ?.-im?? t,n inte for them in go the regular party on July is. They hav? been Invited through the Rev. ?J. Lees, a? ? now ledi ; mi:nts. Fl, ,'.;. 1?? 1 I? >:? " ?? ? ?. ? menti ? mv i.iin?? ". ,', (?0 ?Jivin by three little children of WeNter. Mas:.. from t^tfir own ...:.:i:..?:. Orac H. Par. as. .1 perry Paraona ?mi 'oa'i.i.iiu- s. lvirv ... ?.? i- F ? . ?. E, 1? ."_ BOOM ?. ?. ? . s?i 11??>?? \v. Dicklnauo. 100 l'r tedt ? : an eatertatameiit given at II??;?! H.-iri. ?-?,,-?, Edgarlown, Man. ao ? "A fri-n?!" . ..,,) tira Qearae '. Klnetal.nd. SOM J im ? Matthew? Bridgeport, Cor.:?... 3500 "?. ?? ? ??- : ' -?.. ?; <?,? R M w f. ? Od ? ? Daughtei of Huletoa, Penn. Ben "Hat?eton Penn.". Sfai Muy E. Roger?. pi?.) "Vladimir, l'allinei.*". .-? ,n? Bund?' ?chool f ?;? : med ? hur? !? . f Mlllbrook, N. Y. per W I?: Bmlttl. BSQ J^.'.i-i- ? ' Egbert, 51 nifi ?n, N. J. 1 ?mi Oordon D. !'.-.?-.?. 9?M H K. 8. :,..? r. s . Mendkam, N. J. SOU "Ada" . '."?? r urch of the Holy Pommunlon (?perlai). Six 00 Humphrey?' H**m<i**opathlc Medieln? fompeny, ? ta- ..i.-i- medicine containing 3S bottle? .... - )'i. vloualy ?ekmrwleagtad. 12,903 imi T..t:.:, July li, i-..*7.|l*MaU0Q GOLFI SO OS WET LISES. BAKER. REIO AND THOMAS THE WINNERS AT ST. ANDREWS. As u fair w< ther contest, the Mt. Andrew. handicap yt -tir lay would have be* ? termed good, bul played as it waa in a drenching rain. It may fairly be call ? exceptional. It was the fourth in th?? seri? s uf monthly handicape which have been taking place there this season. About thirty were entered, of whom twenty-three handed in ?aids. Though Stewart, the English amateur, was not of the number. Sands, K? Id and Bowers were on Un? links, at. l th*ir play, though variable, was exceed? ingly creditable considering the unfavorable condi? tions. The chief difficulty with which the players had to contend was the hard going. The cour.-?? had become son., what overgrown owing to th?? fat that ti.e mow?rs. rollers and other grcena keeplng Implements had been trar.: ported to the Mount Hope lli'ks in preparation for the Ope nine of th?? niw course tinte on August 1 In fact, the tournament marked the final chapter In the career of the old links, which have been, perhaps, the most famous of sny In thla country. The St. An? drews <"?ub was the pioneer of golf on mis Pi?!*? of the water, aid since the present couree w?.? estab? lished, In 1SS7. It has been Identified with some of th.- most br?h..i.r golfing contests In the East. Another drawback wae the sodden condition of the soil, which seemed to hold water Uk?? a sponge, and send It spumai:; again whenever a. stroke was ma.!??. Notwithstanding this, however, the pia) was aggressive and spirited throughout. Th? handicapping was something over which the com? mittee .-bond feel especially pleased. The contestant, were divided into three classe? yesterday, according to th.-ir rating. In ?'lass A, Raker led the .cratch men, and won by a close margin Rowers and John Reld. jr.. tied for a? on I pine?? each al XT. whb'h was the best gross score made during the day. hands, anoth? r back marker, came next with s score of ?a. John Keid. the pi evident ??f '.;.< club, captured the Class B con? tre! th?? flrc-t he has won Blnce his Identification wltli the <lnb. Wildes and C, ?. ?? ? r were tied f.?r ?;. -ond pia.e. c*??h at M net. In Ihe third class j Metcalfe rhomae was first, with Frank Cunning? ham as his clos'st cmp'tltor. The summary follows: CLASS H..T !.. ;,l?. Nl J. G!. G.?1<?G. '?'?? ? **" y; ?? Rower?. **T (l at .1 .'il: I'.ei.l jr. W <? fi \v. H. Band?.id I *" ?i p.. TuwB?nd. Bl ? ??' .lanes Brown . !* I '??'* S W l/.?-Uhnr?.'.?"? H A. L Uvei ? .WI I BJ , v. ;?.. i-..<-.Ili 7 1?*.". CLAM 1'. J.lni It??"] . ?'7 1*5 Ri f. II. V.'ilde..1??? U 1'? C P. Kerr.IO* lo '.14 I. E. TomllBjen.li? li M ?. M. !??.!.Ill IS SB Vf, G. lioarrey.? IH || M i; P. Klngaley.Ill 12 102 A. sfeClav? .122 is ??? J, y. A. Johns ?.i2i io m CUAS-.* C. j Metcalf? Thoraaa.IM 27 1*0 Prank .'i nlneham .11J 22 M i.? ? ?? liter .Ill 90 W ? ?'?? r*???? "tmtron..ti'.? ? ??; ? W Ken-haul...IM 21 113 ST. PAUL OOLPERfl DEFEATED BY TUXEDO. The ?*. Paul ?School golf team. ,,'. Concord, ?. H., was defeated yeeterday by the Tuxedo players on the latter?' links, at Tuxedo Park, by s s.ore of wo to d. T?:i? mokes the Hfiii consecutive time th?? ?ChOOlboys have be? :i beaten by teams In this nelghlxrrhood. As s rul<?, they outdrove their op? ponents yesterday, but were outmatched In sp proachlng and punii.?. Talbot, of tha Tuxedo ? lay? re, made tb*? beet showinc of any of th*? home team, covering the ?ours.? in 84, ?;, c. Rushmore, who la reckoned among the atrongeat amateurs In this coi utry, waa drawn ?*k;un--t (Jrannux the cap taln of '?)?" Bt. Paul team Th?- latt.-r was four down as s reeult <?i th? match T. Buffern ??u-r. anotia: of the Tuxedo men, took nine holes from L'Hommedleu, while Ven Cortland was eight up ?.n Bmlth Bri ? ley. ?>??- m th??? masters of th? ?chool, who ha? been playing with the team hit?? ly. was defeated by Dlnsmore by three bolea Here ?s the summary : TCXRDO, ST pails scaoou ? ? Ru.hmor.. 4 it Qrannui ... o I?. Ttalboi. ? G n i-M,.?. t, V.' ? DVJtaBBMta, )r- ? <?. liiliil?) .. . ? T. ft T,i!i.-r. . us. y L'Hoesmtadltau...... ?? O. \an OortUUM. I? P. S:nith . 0 Total . Ko Total .~~0 EDWARDfl LEADS DTKER MEADOW ??.?? I-.KS Kiftcin of in? Dykor Meadow players donned their golfing togs yeeterday and took part in tha third monthly handicap of t!..? ?lub over the Fort Hamilton Unke. O? this number only DlM Bnlehed, rale snd th? dUBi ultk .-? of the ?.?ms*- i,?inK r,.l ? spoiiblble for th?? poor showln?.;. Duncan Edwards I won the contest, with ?\" ?. Fnw.i r t*econd 'If..? latter mad? ? record not nnaually put down in golf? ing tournament? by covering th?? .ast nine bolea in ion- mlnutea. Chauncey, the captain ?.t ibe Dyicer M-.iiow t.am ami ih- winner of laat month's bardi? ip, waa In poni form, and finished fourth' K..wiir?iss winning card wns ns follows; ?j-t .?? :. r. r. r, ? io 7 4 -,? 'In .? 3 ? ? 4 ? ?> :. 7 Ig??? 0 t.H The summary follows: i.i -s. Haiidkan. Re? Pun ... Rowardi.?04 <i .? W, ? K w*er. ios r, t.?, J. ?'. l'Wrll . ll.l S 1?-, II. Chauneey . 1??7 o K?7 W. ? ?'?'????. Ui pi ??? ? ?i. .1? ?.ran*.?-.lift s . m J! M Adams.,. ':?', \ j|| ? .?;>:?'? .I3J It lit* y a. ir??r:,?.lu io Uli NEW-YOlih WINS TWICE. Tun pinar a cLoaa oamb, thb bbc?nd AN EAST VICTORY. St. l.ouis. July SJ .-New-York to?k IWfl from Ht. Louie to-.i.y. The trot was eloooly played on both ??Ides. l?onahue took Harfe place in the box m tbe ninth and the (Rants batted out the gnaw. The New-York? won the second ?rame In S wall?, knocking sfcDermott out of th?? box ja the BUth, and ?,:,m.?ii was batted .-?lU.illy hard. At? tendance. MM .score: glRSJI ?BAJfJB, BT. bpUU Ni:u'-y..i;K lib r 11. ??a a e Bl J IB ? ?' ? Hartar, ?f...l I 1 1 ? j J?' '"?'",, ,f" ! ! ? S ? ! 1 >, ?n?'.,??. rf .", 1 - ?J 0 0 J '. ? . ;1.' " - " ' I Hrnmu:": ait ? G ? * - a i'. ,.. ..r -j o t 5 s \ Oredy, ?...? i l ?T 0 0 ';??""? ,-."?.' " \ ;' 1-uli?? If 4 1 2 <> O ?' !??? '?'?-? -1 ? ????' I ' ' ? I fcuman. ?8 \ ? ? < *'?,?""' ?V'? ?? 2*3 ? ! C,,,. rt 4 ?? | ? ?i " \?i.-:i. ?. S S ? ?? Murphy. e.-? ?' 8 ? ?? ? \Vam.r. ?...? 2 ? 2 :?. ? ?.;,? ?.4 .? i " ? 0 Seymour, p...S ? ?? ?' 4 1 lvn.-'rni?? ?..? <? ?' 9 0 ?? Sullivan, ?...? 1 - ? ? ?? Heeeamoa, ? ??? " ?J r^is ?? ?, ,, ,t ,, ? Tota.? .? ?'?'! 8 1?'??2?'? 1?*> i ?Ti.rr.un out, iiinnlng o.it ?t Une. Hew rort .? ? ? 0 o 8 i t 3 lo Bt. Urala .?> - " I l :i ? ' " ? Bari ?ma St. Leute, S; Mew TorttB. |v hlln- Orady, Tlf-rir.ii,. 'i. Davit?, Wilma. Tin?? i?????- hila Uiiiv. '????:??.??. Iloirta run Hartman. Stolen ???-?- - Pavia Tier-;;,:,. Clark, Wllann 2. DrtunU? playa iii-.ur, Warner and Clark; Davi?, Olea/-.? and ? lartc; llallman. Cr??? and Orady, Filai bat on "*"* "J? li.ut and i' ?- l'.'i?-. l. oft UejrBi ar. ??. "if Sullivan, ?. Hit 1,?? pitch??] I...II- ?"?????'?-,', ?In?,I?. Davi?. ? 1 ark, Joyce Btruek oui Dj Hart, -'. Sacrine? hita?I-aliy, Davis, Warner. Wild plteh -Otasale?. Time?z.ra, l.'mplrc -MclJonal ? SEO ?NO ??ami:, st. l??i ?.- m:\v-v??RE ab r II? ?? ? a ?? Bl r 111 \> o a * I' n.;..!. >, ?..4 U - " ?? 1 Tlemafl, rf...l - I JO S Harlpy, rt .:; 10 10 8 Joy. ??. SH.4 4 :; 1 1 ? Hartman, a.?.4 ? ? 1 O 1 Davla aa ?I - - ? I ? lira : . lb. ..8 1 1 '.' 1 8 ill ? D, to.. .3 1111. i. I' if.S <? <? ?'? " 8 I! . If ..... 1 ?'? a <? o Hal nan. ?!) .:; " ?' 3 ? <> ? ; ni. Ib., ????'? - '-' ? ' " ??rot >....:: .? ?? 2 :: ? Wlh ??. cl??'? - ' ?' " " 11.??.- ?:: ':,. ri.'J ?I 0 "? I? 1 V, ?G??G. ? 4 1 1 3 8 S M b-rni rr. . j ? ? ? 1 ? M ekln ?... ? ??"? 8 4 ?? ?? ? . ,. ,, ??. p..? ? ?? 0 0 ?? Murphy, h*..?? " ? ? ? ? TOtala ...? 3 4J4 11 4,? Total- -44 IS 1.-. 1*4 !? .1 ?.?* V?.rk .? ?' S ? ? ? ? ? -?| St. L ,.?.- ? ?' ? 8 " ? ?? 2 gamed run?????*? ? ri?. IO t??????..? hit? ? ? ? ??. mott, .??-.kin Tlernan. Imvl? 2 Three-baae hit Hark. Homaruni 'Sr.en. U ;.tn r Stolen haaea ll.ni-?. Joyce ;t. Holmea. Wai hei U Pa? Ii l*"??l ?? t?'?"' ' "??-? "?"'? n...n and Oradj Flral ?.? ball? "? M I "i ?"?'?? ?. ,.?? ?? kin, ,. : Colemun, I. III! bl I ll '" I **" ? llouaaman, Warner. ::trii,!( out?Dy M.okm. I. Time? U:lo. L*mplr??Mclierm tt. TUB RBCORO?. er. i. i? ?? ar, i. i?. ??. l:,-rn .? -? .7?'* Philadelphia ...:,''? 4o .4.4 Cincinnati .4?i -? f.'.T Lail ?III? .'-'~? ??' ?4?11 J.; ?It ? m ,?.? .4". :? '?"-' H noklyn .81 ?1 t.i? V. ? V,,rk . 4.? '2? .SOtl ,'!,'.,a.:?, .SJ 4.1 li.', Cleveland .M ;? ,9?.? ??'a??Tngton ?-T ?? ?-'' Pittsb-u-g .U tl 4T1 St Loel? .i"> as .300 PHlLAD?XPHIA, 10; CHICAGO, i Clilea-i??, July 1:1. Th? last gOBM of the series, mlaerably played on both m.Ios, went to the Phillies because they batted a little hard.t and ran lh? base? m?i<?:? better than the locala. Attendance, -'??'"' S'"n-; It 1. g ? ? team .? ?> ?1 1 ?? ? ? ? I ' '" ?"' l'Ini ,'. ij.hla .,". <? ll ?? .1 ? ?> 8 .' I" M l Batterle? Drissa and Kittredg?; Wir.??'..?! snd M Kar ?and. ? BObTTON, IS; CINCINNATI. ?>. Ctadnnatl, July It -The Bobtona defeated the Reds ?h.? ia-t game of ti:?? preeetn serte? here to? Say, The visitors tech tbe lead In the seventh ton? ing, scoring si>. runs cr one error, f< ur singles and two bas. s on balla Attendance, aON. So???; H. Il B. ?tri. limali .02S000101 SS 4 G, .-r n .i 1 "? <? 0 0 il 0 ?.' 10 U 8 rtatterloi (trelien?tein and Vaughn; SHvetta ?m Ber? gen. -f "tVASHlNOTON BEATEN TWICE. Louisville, k>., July IL?Tbe ?'... in :.- played great ball [bla afternoon and downed the Sena;.? s twice. Cunningham was a pussl? :o tbe Washing ti p In th? arsi game, while German waa bit fr?- iy The ji'inic team leveloped ? balling str?-.ik in the second game .?:. ? knocked McJamea oui of the box In the third Inning. Pnuer relieved Dowling alter the third and held ih? visitors down to two .-;???.?.-. \v. ?'..ilk.?, cecond baseman, and ??'.\?.???>, pitcher, were to-day unconditionally released, and ?..,-k, thirl bas? man, was released to th<- Paterson, N. J., ;.?.?p?. Attendance, 2.800. Th?? ?corea riHatT ??ami:. ?. ?? ?: Lnulaville . ? BOOSOIO? ?*> li ;i Waahlngi a.0 ? ? 8 S S I <> ? ? ? ? (Jaiteriea ? ? unninghair? nn?l Wilson; ?loin, in and Mr Oulre. BECOXD CAME. ?. ?? i: Loul**Hle .1 ? ? 1 O O 1 O a '?' 18 ,'? W??hln '?? ...I 1 8 O O O 0 O 0 ? 7 2 ??..?? ?e :? -1 .?..vii,-.'.?, Ftsaer ai?i Wila i., it? Jacm a, Swalm and Farreli. -4) OTHER OAMl'S TE8TERDAT. At foringfield?Springfield, i": nuftalo, n. Al Providence -Toronto, 8; Provider.,.?, j. ?? Providence Providence, I; Toronto, o. At Hartford Norfolk, 3; Hartford, 1. At Si ?nt,m Bvranton, 8; Syracuse, 2. At s ? ant,m By ra cune, 2; Bcranton, l At Wllkesberre?Montreal, .*,. Wllkeshsrre, 1. GAMEfl POBTPONED. Cleveland, Ohio. July tl.?NO game; wet ground? Philadelphia, July 21.?The two sanies scheduled for to-day between th?? Athletics and Paterson arere again postponed on sccounl of rain Newark. ? J , July M.?The ?am.? s, li.dni.d be? tween Newark and Richmond waa poetponed on account o.' wel grounds. l'iMsi.iiii?, July 2i ?No game, rain. BLOCKADED AT ITS BUSIEST BOUS. ? OOLUSIOM CAUSES OVER AN HOUR'S DELAI u.\ Tin: BROADWAf CABLE ROAD. It was a case ot ?ret out and walk on tbe Broad? way cable road yesterday morning. ?>n.? of the usual blockades oc? urrinr?. as usual, at tbe busiest time oi the ?lay, happened shortly after ? O'clock on the downtown track o: the road, and for an hour and a ball the load was block???!, the line o: ?raiting cars extending above Dead Man's Curve for several blocks. The cans?? of the blockade wa a collision between a big Ice ?v. non, drawn by three horses, and one or tbe cara The car and tie wagon became entangled, and it seemed almost Impossible ta extricate them. The wrecking wagons hurried to the rescue, bat with all the efforts ...' th.- crews tii??. tracka were unavailable for more tiian an hour. -?#. 1/?*. A) RES MADE AssisT.ANT BECBETABY. The Charity oiKanizttion Society yeelerdej elected ari assistant ???retary I'hillp \V. Ayr.-s. who for the laut two years ha? ?????? general secre? tary of the ?CltJcago Burci ? of Charlt.ee. Mr Ayies has. had more than ten years' experience In organised charity and la familiar with ti-.?? charitable work or the dr. at? ? New-York, ?. ?.. first training waa received ut:<W tbe late George li. Busselle, who conducted for many yean with remarkable efficiency the Brooklya Bureau of l'bariti? ?. "..iter Mr. Agree stilili.??! al ?!.?? Johns Hopkins university, receiving the dorr.?., of Doctor of Phlloeophy. ll.? then or?.mi:?:,?,? tb,. Bureau . * i. harinea in th.? city of Cincinnati, achieving special succ?s? In the enrolment of volunteer workers ss friendly visitors mu] In oth.-r ?????1? ti, ?, The place in ;he New-York ?'iiari'y Organisation Society which Mr. Ayrea will occupy is vlriiinii\ th? -ani? a? thai formerly held l,\ Hubert W Heb i.-id, now aecretary ol ih? Btate Board ?u Chan flea, though th? official designation haa been changed rrom ?uperlnlendeni to aapiatam ?ecreta? ry. The olii??.? ha? been temporarily nil?.? by i'ro fessor A. ii. woodford, ?-f New-Haven, ?Conn LIGHTNING'S FBEAES IS JERSEY. Morrlstown, July H .s?.lai).?A heavy electrical storm did much damage here to-day Three bouaea in various parts of tbe dty were strili k aad eon? alderably damaged. The grandetand si th. Monis? town Driving Park was ?.trn.k by a boll and a lai???? portion of it sha???-rid The ?.??,?? 1, ?:.? of David H. M-A'pin. Bboul tw? miles fr,,m the city, wer?? s??? on fi??? !,.? the lightning na?! totally con sumed, together with about twenty tons ,.t hav Th? looa i- .?, ?? *7..> .. ' ?*? Paterson, luly H (Special). Lightning ?truck tii?? house of .Mrs ti.inih Jacobe, at No. 87 Denson?st., during ? Bhower Ibis afternoon, knock.?,? a bole through the roof, ploughed up a quantit? of ??hliitT.es and disappeared through the skyllghl Several person were In the lens.?, but no one was Injured -?? SLASHED TO DEATH WITH A RAZOR, Atlantic City, July ll.?Will.? 11 .-tiri, ?.? ? ? irai asleep tn bei Som . al No IE North Delaware ave., at noon to-?J.?.\. she w.i . attacked by Maud Iones who rushing tola the in,um- nourishing a ?;iz...r. stabbed bor in the stomaci) snd fsce aad almos! severed ber ?:?? arm .Mrs. Hewson died ttii-- sfternoon. Both women ar?? color???!. Th?? murderesa was captured while run.?.inn; from tn.? piac.? it I-. ?., li.v.-.l thai I?..ilouay actuated the dee ? ? PATBBBOS STRIKERS RESUME WOBE. Patereon, July ;i isp.-iaii The ?ink.? of tb.? Dolphin lit? mill employ? . uhi, h baa brea on for two months, baa been settled by agreement .. ? ?. ? li..? Wolke:;? ?All? g?, In ?,?? M..,?,|.iy II. XI Th, Ktiike ?? dallanl brothers' mil] la ji.-., settled, Ih? weavers selline lb? advan e ?., ?ir,ici, for, Whl ri lai.,,? tioin 18 ?o :., per cent ???? wca.n.a v.,,1 ?jo li? ??-iiiuiruiv. PALL MALL MAGAZINE. ???G??|?.?? IIV LOfr?f) PM3DBMC HAMILTON. Alt.? IT isi EMBEl m Mill?"i: >o\\ RBAOT. PRICE, '?T. CSMTS. *:t.?M> A VI'.AK. CONTENTS. ?. , i.uik." Attar a I'-tnlinc hy 'wl.?* l'*er?r?u p. r ... .I? r??ntlfipl*?eo ? . ride..?>? H. C. Manillar Illustrated ry hbOef Alston. Otta??ita .?? M.ir.|>i?*s of Unno. K. T.. M. P. Ill |.:r.ii-.l frolli I'".t ?raptas. A Tribute ai Sonia ? ari ; iu Rotaeii Hte*wna aad Imrd PtederU Hamilton With Illustrano?*, by Sydney i*o?ni?. l?rl?!?.?! Armi Type?; II. ? Captala ? ? South ?Taltaa Mounted Rift*?. Drawn; from I.if- by Arthur Jeta Qondmaa. In th? Land of a Thousand Lab?., Ry Mrs. gt Oitr KobBTt Illustrate?) from Pholosrapta. Tho ??.??? "f Csrll.le; . Pseud" In.-oi ? he.n Ley. |n I., r.i Bip.? il H imllt a nritb Thumb nail Illu.tmn.ni? by Mark lanewtll. August.By A. !.. BwdeVs lAda Bsrtrlcb ???-?? ;>(-.rt nf tl..? M. nih: ?rlk??! ,Bj Lord Ibin.-, ?'. C 1. E, With Pull pai? illustration ?... ????? Holier. Tli*? Unnp.ra.ua.By Bljf <'romm*?l!r? I.?-.? ..r Virginia. Pan It.By H-?ni> Tyrr.II nritb Portrait, of tb. Confederila Qeaerata? Ac. Ht. tvee. C*fiap??r? XXVIft. XXX, p?.? re.? Lati ?:.??. ?? I/rat. Staveaaea Wim?. Illustrations ? y Q Rreevt.?? Mant?n, "Le ???? ???? ttuiaat." After a Palathsj by M, sen ? abure. l'arltHls nf Greater l.rlt.iln: I e - it : 1 ly, l: I r f. .?? t ?".. W. Forre:'?! lltus.ir.il.-il from Phi ? ?? ?in. Town .nd Country . Bj Leonard Oitaetawood With lllu.tratl? ns by J. ? \ aid ? -?,,. if a Sonnet.By '?'? ? ?ptli ?? *'? oone. \ Bumn:<r M>1! .By Pred, O. Bowie. Ulu.tral I by A K. W. mr.-ilh ? the Library: A Q?*????n'? Vl.li t, St. ???|?? ,-.,,i,...:r.l ,..Bj Sir Prsncl? ? ??? re, lurt. K'W (iirl-v: .... .Bl W T. T. I>>er niu.lr.tei) from DrtaWtiiga by M. A: Mm.?. de ? \ ?? ? ? from? ? rernlab Window.By A. T. Omt'???" ? ?>'"*h u.c. Thurtil nail Bkelehu by alarle Zangwlli Th. Humour? ? f th? M nife Tit; and In !< ? to Vm Ml. Exquisitely Illustrated by th? leading Artists, ?RW-YOEK. THK IRTEBWATIOSIAL \1-.WS <i)*?H'\\?i Ternata. Tli? Taratala Sewn <o.| Mon treni. 111?? Ha ? treta ? ??'??? ? '>?_ GRANT ON POLICE MATTERS THK COMMISSIONER PROTESTA AOAIN1T ONE WAY ol?' DETECTING CHIMI?:. IT II ROT R? E88ART. 111". BAT?, THAT BVIDEMCI AOAIMST DWORDERL1 ROL'SRI SHOULD Uli ?in OBTAINED AS TO MAXI POLICEMEN UARS AXD BTfEftlft Tfllil? REfltOM IP lil.-i VIEWS ARC NOT: L.IKKD. polle? Commissioner Grant pcovoked discuajion at the meeting ol th? Polle? ?oard yeeterday ty presenting ?? report Bgatnet placing Captain ??roo, of the Mir ?r-Bt. Station, on trial tor havln** failed to ? ?o.? four disorderly bouses In bla preclnot. Colonel Grani said In tb? report that he ha<l ex? amined tb charges snd th? affidavit? of ?'entrai .it'?, detective! upon which Ihe charge? rested. The evkk see which showed th? character of the four house? had been obtained, he said, "by lying, .,. well .i~ by participating In act? of snamolese nese, .... did the agenta ol th? Society t?*r Ute Pre? vention ??f ?'rim.' who teetlfled sgntnst Captain Eaklns." Then ioiiow,?l the?? statementa: The only evidence against Captain Qroo in eup port of the chai es ?? linai him lie been ob lalneil In ihe ma ? nei disapproved of by the Honor ...' Justices. I'tlng their opinion .>* ?> guide, snd ? u.,: m. own ideai of what is ruht. 1 em? pitati? illy dl??ap?irov? of the method of obtain? ing . .1 i.i? ?? agalnat Captain Qroo, snd also <if the charge. DEFINING HIS POSITION. Colonel Giant then proceeded to define his own opinions ...-. t.? th? method uf procuring ?vldenc? against disorderly house? .*? follows: Be !ar as I am peraonally concerned, I shall never command or permil tu le commanded any police officer to do peraonally the degrading a? i*> com? p? 111 ? ?1 by tii Central ? * m ? ? - men In this case and by the ?o-called agents ?h.> testified in the Eakln* , ta?. It i> only just t.* th? men v?i...s>? affidavits I hav? ??* state that In expressing to rue inch* own feelings al ?ut the work they were called upon to perform that they found It most distasteful, ?>? morallslng and abhorrent I myaelf ria not admit, that to secure a fin? ??? S-."? or any nominal punish? ment usually Inflicted on th?? miserable out, ists, wrin unfortunately i*-;uri? to ? h? ir traile after their punishment, t ?? whole i".ii ??? force should be de? moralised aii'l converted Into a body of ha.s an.1 aneaka If I were a member of the uniformed force I would resign before I would ?lo, or com? ?.? others to do. th?? acts Indicated, which dis? grace the profession and the m< n. if m,. view? on this question differ from those of mv eoi? ledgue? and of H:s Honor lb? Mayor. I wish to resign my position a? a member of this Police Board, This matter is? t?-> me one of vital prin? ciple, and not merely a matter of administration to which one r.tn yield his opinion RESOLUTION! THAT STARTED TALK. ?\'.*!? the report Colonel Grant submitted two res lutlons, which ?i?? ssked to have passed by th? Pol ce Board ???.? resolution declared that in the opinion ol th.? Board it was conduct unbecoming an officer to secure etrMenc? In the manner described in ti.?? report and nis.? declared that any officer found guilty of securing evidence In that manner would be dismissed from the police force, Tiie oilier resolution provided for ihe appointment ..f a committee of the Bourd to devise and report for the guidance of the Chief <?f Police and bla ?unordlnates "auch s plan and procedure for en? forcing the laws f,,r the regulation and suppression of disorderly bouses as can be followed by members of the force without, on ih.-ir part, participation in .t Instigation of a.?;.?* of falsehood, Immorality or Indecency." In the discussion which followed President Mess said: "I know nothing that would be more pleas? ing to som? captain? who want !?> run their pre? cinct? th? ir own w.?> than to ha-.?? thlsi Board pas? your resolutions as thi y are, Tour refli ctlons upon the character or men who have performed this **ort of work ar?? uncalled for. The mere fact thai they have 1. ? called til do this is noi a reflection l ibi friend!) ind Associated with men w ho have been through this thing if youi reso? lutions arc adopted, they will give over certain fat precinct, to police officer, who want to hiv.? things their own way. They could make money on that." I'olonei Gram replied that whenever an officer was found bla.-kma ? line any on? he ahOUld be dismissed from the farce, Mr Moss ~aiii that policemen could not be dis misacd on suspicion lb asaed if the police were not to concern themselves ai all about disorderly houses. In that case, he ?aid, there would be ? great Increase of Iheee houses, and he want.??! to Know what Colonel ?it.int would do with them Colonel ("rant replied that his second r?solution provided a way for reaching disorderly houses by restricting them t?. a certain .':-ul t. Ui.-r furili.r discussion the resolution? wer.? labi ov?T until n? xt week. - ? - - ? DYING WOMAN'S STRANGE BEQUE8T, SHE LEAVES MONEY TO m ? hki'k ami BAND Wi.-iiis POH t??? MKMBCRI OP A CLUB TO win? il sur. REU A'.::!? Mrs. Elisabeth Uvermore, of Hoboken, who died two months .m.?, w..t secretary o:' th?? Hoboken Independent Prauen Verein, and was g favori?,? m the on inhtattot sii.? was of a Jolly disposition ?nd often told Mrs. l?ente, the president, that wi?.. ? sh.? died end left a vacan y in the secretary. ship she did not desire th? members to mourn hot k*?** When Mrs. Uvermore was t.ik*?n in end death was ?Imply a niai ter of u few dape, sia- ?ent for \ lawyer an?! ask?.?l him to draw up her will, laying ratti nlar emphasis upon the f?.-t that sh.? d< s:r,-,i to leave the sum .?f *."> to the Prauen Verein, ;.? be ii.i.l in defraying lb? expen.ei of providing a k? ? <>f b< ? r and ? luncheon for the member? Mrs Uvermore abo ?ent for Mis Bent? and secured from the presiden) a promis? thai ?he would .-" ?? ih?I the woneii would have a good*tlm? with th. money. ?? ? Rente pledged the dylna re retar* that dancing would be an attraction at the "after death sociable." Th? post-mortem festhitlea took place al VaeePs in.il. in Adams-?!., Hoboken ??;i Tuesday ni^ht al ' :? ihe regular meeting ol th.- verein it was attended bj twenty-flv. women, who at?? .and \? ! hea drank beer, danced and ? tied tears out of deference to the wishes and respect to the memory of Mr:-. Liverm. RENO Po>T. <;. t. /?*.. F.NJOTS ITSELF. The twenty-lourth annual p?enlo end camenre of Reno ??.???, ??. u. Q ? lt. took pino? last iiiuhi at the Lexington Opere House. Th?. Executive Commute? was compoeed el Leerte ? Larke, chairman; John Weeener, ?.retary; .lohn .1. itritt. treasurer, and Joseph A Hurt. William ? ?? io. ? was the floor manager. Robert Walsh as.l.tsni Boot rnanagei and Henr) ?? i*,-n chairman of the Floor Commlttei Th? com? mander of li. m? Poe? N?. n li Philip s niglln Delegate? were presesi) from ? ?lisa. Wade, Mitch? ell nnd Mansfl? Id posts GEORGIA VISITORS START HOME. The Georgian vtsltora, who ha?,? he,.? in New York f.?r the ?.? ? ten lays, returned cori?? y? iterday leaving on th? steamer Ean .???? City, ??f the s.i\ m ;.:t:*?. at I o'clock. Becklea rei rrlng with pleasure to their reception end experience in New? Vork < "ity. the] sll expressed theli deeln to ? ?gain tie?! . u Among ..th-r ? hing?, Colonel J. Jone, ritardine! ? ? . rtth him twelvi of the Gerla '? n . rrlei .. .? I li will be llbei it? ? ? hei in?? ship I ???it one hun.it.? ? mil? ui aa, ind ll|?. . I . t ol I I? .il II il.e t>,.?^*,.,? loui mi . ? ri? I will o. delivered These bird Include ? nom ? ? ? of the . eltabi ned I" mini ?ta k ol lb Hand ?V i.ii . ; III..... ?.? n .,.: . ?,,,i .,r,. I tri.? ICI Cd ?.1.1 UlC .?UK., .a.11 Uu?,lo<g y'??] .al.oU HOME MADE SUMMER RECREATION There are losses in Summer Vacations. Neither at the Mountains nor beside the Sea, is there a Wanamaker's. Where is there a cheeriuller place, during these mid-year days, when time hangs a little heavy, than Wanamaker's ? New York is not the worst place to summer in, and there is constant recreation at Wanamaker's. STATUARY CHINA This week's Store charm cen? ters in the Rotunda. Its in BRIC'ABRAC ??llen*:e reaches forward through the Centre Aisle to Broadway, and greets vou at the door. Its power goes down to the basement and touches the China Store. Italian Cocoons had to vield to Italian Marble, when the Dress Silks were com? pelled to concentrate, that Statuary might enter their space in the Rotunda. It makes delightful harmony. The Silk remnants, at half prices and less, keep rich bargain company with the Marbles and other beautitul things that are also going at half. Have you seen the Marbles? You do not need the bank balance ot Croesus to command their choice. Very likely you do not want to buy at all. Just the same we want to tell you something of them. Here are little busts of Columbus and Verdi, other great subjects also, $1.50. Near bv "My Hrettv Maid," is marked ?100. You can get a Boy Reading at $40; Minerva looks at you in scorn, the provoca? tion is in the price, $18; Psyche, with wings and powder box, is SIS, and the little ?Mandolin Player $4<?. All these trophies of the plastic art and artist's chisel, are priced at less than half real value. In the Rotunda also: Teplitz ware, which is Royal Worcester translated into German, has pieces at 40c to$12; Royal Bonn ware varies from $5.50 to $?? a piece; Hnglish Worcester ranges by the piece from $1.50 to $0. With them are Clocks in bron/e and china cases; bits of Paris Bronzes, some of Spelter, some French bronze; and all of them would be double or a half more regular. All these goods are for the next season's Holiday trade?samples from which a great Importing firm were taking orders. But tile great importers wanted to move their store, hence the chance. Benjamin Franklin s.ud that "Three re? moves are bad as a tire." In this case it would require but two to annihilate values -see the half prices. Every thrifty housekeeper ou^ht to know about the Austrian decorated China Plates, at K>c. They are really worth 35c There is not a trace of exaggeration in the state? ment. The richly decorated Fruit Plates, at ?5c. many worth ft, and the Head Plates with paneled borders, at $1.24, thai are variously valued up to $4, are worthy a place upon the tables o? the most distinguished. Hundreds should be interested in this Bric-a-brac, China, Marble sale. Hotel keepers should find the means to make their guest rooms more attractive; careful people may lind many next Christ? mas gilts among them; bits of decorative ornaments tor the house beautitul are cheaply at command ot home-makers COTTON DRESS GOODS A lot of Swiss embroid? ered Lawns get first show? ing this morning. Their normal value is more than three times to? day's price. 50c GOODS AT l'-c. Linen color grounds, embroidered in navy and marine blue, black, cardinal and white. Three styles?small, medium and large dots. The top-notch of style and cheapness that is most remarkable. Also a 12J2C printed Dimity, first shown yesterday, at FIVE CfcNTS. Over twenty styles. Blue, pink, cardinal and green grounds with white figures. Fine sheer cloth, beautifully printed and perfect goods. Great lots of other Cotton Stuffs, the choicest printings of the season, at *>c, ?c, 8c, 10c and rzc. Normal values are double and more. Comtortable and stylish sum? mer Dresses. Recent prices averaged about double what vou are asked to pay for them to-day. $5, reduced from $i? and $14 Of striped and plum Linens- and Pampas Cloth?. Some made with dressy waists, over colored lawn lining*., trimmed willi ribbon and lace; others have jaunty Eton jackets or tly-lront cojts, trimmed with braid and embroideries. $7.50, reduced from $12 and $18 Of white and colored fiques. fcton, fly-front and blazer jackets, trimmed v?ith braid and embroideries. Others of Lawns ani Ginghams, made with waists, beautifully trimmed. $10, reduced irom $18.50 and 190 Of Limns, Lawns and Batistes. Choice coloring*? Top-notch of style. Second floor, 11 road way. WOMEN'S DRESSES WASHABLE SUITS FOR BOYS Lives there a Parent or Guardian of Knickerbocker Trouser Boys, that dares to be indifferent to the following: If vou say that the prices are too low for good clothes, you are in error. If you say that the prices are too low for handsome clothes, you are in error. Without prejudice and without reproach read this: It concerns by actual count Eight Hundred and Emir Suits for bovs, ot st\ys ? to 11 rears. All Of Washable Materials. At Toe. should be t?.?b '2<)4 Suits of stout stuped Cutton, very stylish denim, navy blue ?rounds, with tnree ditteie;it s.-rt? of stripes, very neatly trimmed At $1, should be $1.50 ??Mi Suits ot the same fabric as the farefSSJtaj. bttt linishfd with large white du?.k ?ollars At $1.50, should be |$.50 144 Suits ot l.inen Crash, v?ilh sleeves and inlaii col? lars ol white duck, handsomely edged with broad bands ot ? ed, blue or brown At %'l, should be *:>.7J ISO Suits ot very hue Linen Crash, with miaul cel? lars o! various blue. Very elegant. concerning these Suits Exaggeration of their be difficult, therctore The simple truth savors ot romance, cheapness would needless. ?.?-????ii>J H.i.ir. Mull? ?Ir.????. JOHN WANAMAKER Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, 4th ave., nth and loth sts. as well aa the Manhattan H?im?n>* Club, of whb-h the hotel Is a. member. THOMAS S?ST, JR., INJUBED. SNIPE SHOOtlNO AT CENTRE MORICHEE?HIB (HJN ACCIDENTALLY I ?isi-HAl.OED. Thomas Kast, Jr.. ?.??? at .the Hotel Grlfflnfe, L'en? te Moriches, Long Island, where he is a gueat, 10 be the son of Thomas Nasi, the cartoonist, aeel ?b ? tally shot himself yesterday afternoon. He was !>nip.? ?hooting? Bud (lr'"??' IB? *?un toward him. mussi? forward, discharging it. The charge en? tered the muscle? Of his arm. Dr. Harry Rodine wa? with him, to which faci is probably du?? the saving of his Hie, ns the Bow of blood was pro? fuse until Hr. nudine su????.led in checking it. After stopping the flow of blood, Dr. Bolline sann? aged to reach shore with the boat near the cottage of Gaaton Kay. a brother arttet. white Nest I? being cared for, an.i ls being attended by Dr?. William Rogers and David Warner If no unforeseen com? plication? arise he win probably recover. I BANGED HIMSELF AFTEB A QUARREL. ? AS Ol.!? MANS Bl'IClDE CAUSED BI A DMAORBC MENT WITH ? ??? ?? ? P. Christopher Egert, ?he aeventy-yeerold sulelde, ? w!. ..- body was found hanging from ? transom between th? two rooms h? occupied at No. 2M ? Avenue ?, on Tuesday night, is believed to have ! killed hlmaelf beceuae of s disagreement he had ' with his lifelong frb-nd and companion, Christopher Brhaeffer Th? deed man and Bchaeffer were in ?tapai ibi?? until recently. They were both horn at Strasburg, Germsny, where they were educated to? gether end learned the carpenter's trade at the same workbench Boon afterward they mairi.?!, 1 and came to this country with their famille? thirty year? euro Bgerl had two sus end Bchaeffer had two daughters, one of whom is the wlf? of William Egei t, s son of the dead man. Beventi years igo the wlvee ol Bchaeffer und Bgerl died and then the two agreed to Uve to? gether apart from their children, who were by this Unte grown up end in comfortable rimimela neos. They lived s qulei and ?.ful life, it is alleged, until a few weeks BgO. Up ? ? the time of the dis ?jgreemenl they had cooked and eat? ? theti ?senla together Then, after the falling out. Bchaeffer, It I*. said, kepi In his room., and ate and prepare.) his meal? ?lone. His old friend did th? same. ??:?.p n*ai I'M seen ?llv? on Saturday. As he had not paid his sons n visu for severs! dey?, will lam Egert wem to th. bouse late on Tuesda) night t. les m what had happened to his father. Ho found the door opening into his father*? room locked, and his father banging lifeless from g transom iu the rooms. The dead man had hanaed himself, apparently sevrai days ago Hi*, body we boi.? decomposed, but, although occupying t.) idjolhlng Utoee In which Egert lived Bchaeffer did not knew until Tuesday muht that hi?- old friend was ?b ? i - ? - - THE EMPEROR OX THE \Ui,t STA VICTORIA. When the Hambnrg-A etericen Line steam ?I lp , Augusta vi ?: ria. vhieh la., been en a cruise to th.? North Cape end pointa la Norway end Bernden, reached Bergen ? p Tuesday bvai <?n her return trip Bmperoi WHUuni'a >?if-ht. the Ifnhensoiwrn. wn?? ? In ih? roadste id Th? Emperor has ?iway? taken s pertaonel In >i In thi Augusts Victoria, an.? be took the . ?? rtui By of p.ivlna; ? visit to her offt '?< rs .m.. . ? im .??? :ii?.? th? ship, which has been all red tfii r ?? min*) o hla raohl the Emperor sent hi- 1'hctn ????. ? ind i;re?-tltiK ? t.i the ? ' "In '?? It .,- ? \ lotorla. >i*?*J ? (tended the it dorn f hi? yacht ti ihe ?. ?. - ngi ? He also Howl di pai >h ? . the Hamburg-Amerl? ..? ill ? ' ? ! ? ??.n?; Aligli, t. VI, loria and , ??'* ? lo you that tl ?? .hip l?. in .??? it? i 'ee| .Ilo? and ih it the , aptain ii. .?? ..n attiviti uuprvs.li/n upon me "WlLiiELM 1 1L" .4 COACH OVERTURNED IN THE PARK. ITS TfHUEBI WoMK.v OCeVTAHT* I8IPRISONBO UN? TI!. RKLSASSD KY ? ?'?.? 'RMAN While l'nrk G????????? M,il??\v waa patrolling UBS Waal Drive in Central Patk y?>'.?t,?.??. n.-ir KUIity fourth-!?t. he i'?unii a cnirlng* draw? i>> ibis liorr????! everttaracd In tii?? btsslBes an,1 tin???? woni.-n ?.????p?.?.?.?!. They BfStS ?sot ..in ?..if.?:?? While the eoaeh ???? ????? ?iown trie HTsst DrtVS on?? of the horses had h??en McbtSfsstl hy s littl? Klrl on a. bicycle coming from tttbtnd sud bollali into the bushes at the ?Ide of tl?? r ? i Tii?? ?,.?? h ?TBS overturned ana its thr<??? occupant? could ???? t?-t out until SMleted by Mulvey snd several citaci T.i,? coacb war? tlu?n rlcbted, but th.- ?ronten re? fused to get Into tt BfBln, and th.? ?iri?.? r Ki?1 to tnke It back t, ihe (table? G???? women r--fu???! ? ? give their name.?. Th. y Wrr.? BOI hirt. an, I r< ?: used the servii-e ?f ? ?ursjton. BOW SUNSTBOKE SHOULD BB TREATED. I?r. Hlauvelt. chief ot ?h?? BnBBBBCr ? ?rp.? of phv-1 Clane of th* Health Department, ItBOetVed yester? day Bavera] thousand ?Ircular?, prit.ted in tour languages, eonialnlng instruction? for the treat? ment o? (ta?es of heat prostration and innetrok?? Tlie circulars, by hi.? or.'.er. win t??? dietrlbuted by th.? pbysi? ?.un?, une ir iii"re 1" Inn left at ?-very hoime, fuotoiy. ?hop Bnd place of buaiaeee. The physician? eie reaulred to make an entry of tro number dis rioni???! in their w-< kly r? port to ?ir. niauvelt. v?nropean ^uuertiecuiciiis. ?,? IIOIM-: WS AM) TKWKI.I.RIIS ?Till find *-* the I ?.ml.in olll.-c of Th?? li Illune, 111) Fleet ".tri-i't. a SSMBS ?*nl?-iil iilucc ?<> lenv?? tlit'lr ml? .-r?l??.-ii.eiii? ami ????>*??-1 o t loua (or ????? ? rlbunr. Brighton, England. Hotel Metropole. The most comfortable and luxurious seaside Hotel In th?? World. Fiii??st Colline and Wines. Music l?y Hotel Or? chestra during Luncheon and Dinner. En pension term? may be arranged? Proprietors : The Gordon Hotels Limited. EVEN IX ICELAND fr. r.? ? ? ?n-i't* 10 . ,i-ll Cheque B;.uk Cleqies* le, m ?r, t-T'* ,f ",ii ef th? ? ?# ????? ?? ?Jell .?? m tars? riti??, noi MM Betes, ? ??'?m ??.? .;i'"i?. p. ?? up >'ir, a' ir p ?lb I ? ?ppl!? ?' ? ? FRBOMHCK VV. Pi.KRY, -141 mill \2 \\ all *??., ?? ?. The I . ?? I'll???'u?? Il n nl?. I.'?I. I..I??. 10XD0N HOfSE T<> BR LBT, p UMs.ii.n. ? lHll.M hll'i'KMIiliK I" Al'l'lt. G .'.!.!? ?MiiJ.ii .? ot Mr OSXUtO aSNECHBL, with ?? ?' tard???, afi'.ai.J In ?????????? n. IB? bWM . -.??trti:-? miKio room. iv.??. <????????? i ""??? IM '?''>'? disine T*^mtVf tour bear ??m?, in ?adul?n ?? ??ivante' ????.?. ?.???''?"?. Se.; nl; BllSir? .?nunlr ,???.? lu? ? nan .. "I? IK t .a.-. .:. lutile? .?-r?. ?. ?? "I im l? ? ?'???.?"1??? ?"'?'? "" ? ??Mil. nul f-Tvsate, I"? ?'?In.?*?, pei ?r??? **"??? ? Ut-MtV WOlA'SUli.N, ili tU?l i*?!? tii.. New lU?.