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V.tsW at 1? cents, ?eld M im, lo 1* cent?, get?! *d
Taltsl *>'? \?\ y*i\ts
DOUaAJ* WHEAT IM MINNKAPOI.ur
ths MO niMM rjsjtggmATBBI ^trn MAhTlAti
Mfsrc ns? TTtr BXCItAtttltt
:;:r.neai>oll?. An*-. 8<\-<'n?h wheal lo-dr-.y fesVI
it a dollar In MmtltaptlUr, the f'-r?'t time ktBCS the i
summer of IBM, PNtMettSM te day were that
future? would follow within a few tlt.y?, Iri TtaW
cf the s.lviitiee of at* eeata to teg? Ot. the Chem?
ber of Csmsurre Booe then was ? about sf Ml? |
-, ? tancy frota the pti as Iks pries approaohed H. j
The market waa ?trot.g. SpetdBg thrss tSUtS
higher than yesterday'? ?r-tos-a, supported by strong |
fonlga news and bullish Northwest reports, Ths
price of cash whaal had Just passed th? dcljAr ?
: -.-. when, from gotea the I iltway, came in?
sound of Btartial muele. Then waa .. rush r r
the door, and th? crowd broke Into i c! i p a? ufi
the corridor cam? c .v. Plllshury at the head -
a hand of n nal -. Whl h was pot i din? out a coda?' ?
memorial march. Mr. Plllshury cd hlf b:.- t
through the d ?or gnd o;. tl ? floor, while h ?
? ?:;? up and '-i- n proclaimed th? entln sails- i
fa- f.or. with whl?-b a mojorlty received the new?
' ? Ur wheat
The marl;.* whirled away, and few attempted
- . keep up with It. The advance wn? steedv from
th.- jK-n-1 At on? time over ?Is ?ants' gain
from vest-1 lay wa? realised, and Bet, tember wh?i I
closed In Minneapolis ."-7* oents higher than yes
tarday and December ?cd a full! ir.is higher.
September wheat opened :<'-, centi : .- er this
morning at ??*,. dropped te M cents and n (vanned
to 91-4 cloeln? ai .'".. against K1, ye*ter-??v. De
, ,.~.? ,-,......... ? . nt :??;*,%?,?,
? ?; j --? ti rday.
EUROPEAN WHEAT CROP DEl'IClEX?.
EBfOXMATI >N PROM ALL R ?UND ni:: Wt Rl RE?
CEIVED BY THE AORI M.Trp.A!, ! EPARTSflBNT,
Washington, Aug. IS.?Advtoea to the Agricultural
Department from privat? and indirect!) fi t.-, official
? r? I Ion? f a considerable de
: -.- in i eat eroi. whll? rys,
le i ef bread g: at: ot Eastern Euro] a,
Is also i ho? . Thli ict. a apt Isl ri , iri of S.at'.e
? Department, saya, si well ?t* the
wheat deficiency, w!Il tend to restrict the exporta?
tion of the latter from those European countries
which usually have a surplus of that gru::-.. As to
non-European countries other than the United
States, t ich aggi ga a contribution to th? European
supply will be materially affected bj the fact that
India, denuded by th? famine, will have practically I
no wheat to exj : .
United State? Consul O'Connor, at Yarmouth,
N. B., report? that early crop? In th? ?outhweatern
part of that provln? wen much Injured by wet
weather lui g 1 lim ball of Juno, whl h a'.-o
prevent? i ; to ana. Plum; an
a failure. Apples will be a ehon rop. Bmall fruit?,
Ilk' - -, With :.'. ? -? ?
? ?? . ? Id i ? rry ? top I? immi nsi
Unofficial reports from On tar .i ?how an unfsvor
? tit prospi t, with a pi i
small crop I apple? : Western Ontario th? fruit
ouUook ..- it then ? i poor crop
er un l Q iel ? while 1 Mai the wh?
t ? ? I aer? i - ? .:-,-?
cent and is li per cent great? -? reage,
until ? jest. As t ions li
ot he r f or e Igi i n t r les 1
Gr?ai D and Irvla I Returni from every
> in i aa-' an I and it m mam listrl ? - in
Wal? a. S niai ; an I In Ian I : - 1 Tl ? Vg
: ? ,i .:?. 28, Indicated i n th? v. ? U
crop would 1m . - il ? -,
? . i-.ow the aver
sg? Hay wa? la gely, pe?n - ?naidci ibl> and beans
1 ?, : l- . had ?uffered
abl? ing? | ;
for maltln ? p irp ?? ?, th? . nake it
neai a - - ? ? .- m< -
-., ? . - - - - .
Wheat hai - - i ithern
w, , ?t
ed July 24 a .:?--.? r f ? ?
the er I ? taking t ntry a? a
y ? ' ? ? : \ . i: . ?
fereni ?? i i
gi.
Franc? ? ? nates put
??,-..'?? as loa- ?
1 ? ' ?'? i .-?--; ihnn
the heavy ci ? Ri :????.
July ?-??-? p weal ra? . ble '.? -
N -, - - ? th. 8 ., ? ?
\ far lory, both as i -i lant ? y an ! qu.il
r
...
1 ?< rm my?An repot ? Juh 15, In
w . denoted ? ui r. "2" go
: 5" i ? . puts winter whi
;. t, ry? at 2.4. barb I 2.'
: ' ? hay at 2? 'i'1 i i ??? ft ? :?-?.-?
ire rat ? d a "s. ' A ? ordlt ? i report
from H m burg rain waa aadlj ,-.-.? ? (: wi'li
? ? ; - - i. ? |i \ ? ?.- ?oklrig well
! ? th? w? t wi; : her mer - i d Ita -,
State? Consul -? B.? . Indien
that th? re would t be nt- re than ball
? i ri pa ?? Sot then ? I
v. ar.
l. asta AdvW-s from Nl< o - ?? I ' . " reporl
an iiv? t ig, ? u h< at, bu1 the quality >??
.- ?? T- r- ?) from hoi ? ?
-i Ight. Ry? ? Hfactot v
In botl llty and qu illty. I ? ? a-.- -
? ry In yield but it? color ha?l ?uffercd from
the i ' ? advl? es from itussl i i ?,-> nk
reci-nt great 1 I li pr? matur
ripei
Austi 1-Huna.iry Price? of ???- h? il ni VU ? ?
I to el I hlg hesl In ten ye;* ra, I for? u- ?.
wh i? Is being Imported Th? weathei Is \?.t
? na The yield of wheat Is r? ported is satis?
f.,- ? ry, but that ot rye d< '.
Holland rhe w? athi r it tl ? ?? ? ,- of July
somewhat unfavorabl? for har\ei ?
Denmark?Advice? from > , ? ?.. t . ? .1 July
77. stated that rye had suffered from ?torms, bui
wheat wa* fair average ? : p, un i b irlev go ?1
\\ ? tther m s? ttl? '1
Rumania The wheat crop rlltcd a? "very
disappointing." ??? i reels of new grain r?*celv*?1
In London are ?aid to ?how lrr?-g i ry pt.
quality.
Rulearia According to rcpoi ear the i nd
of July, the whi ?t ?rop had ?uffi r?
h? ivy rains.
India Crop prospect* wer? Improved :. rain* In
j but :n Boml ' Punjab much
m? r>- rain wa* n? i*d< ?1,
Austn ' 'rop prospect? ? ? I : !-. ,-i
i:::-- ?ved bj rain. Bnn. accordl i -t mall
a.u i ? . wer? f? Irly good,
Are-mit.i Telegraphic renorts to London ?? re?
sent th< weal ? ? is being fat rabie for i
CROSSED DOLLAR MARK IN BALTIMORE.
Bsjtbnore, Aug SMSpe laf) Then were exciting
.... . . ? . . :-? to-day over the riae in
,,, . ? Millers paid 11084 for prime sample lots
of Southern wheat. Southern So i red advanced
to $1 "2 a bushel, snd atearaer No. 2 red to SScenta
I . ed yestei t si to M cents,
.; . respective!; Western spot
. it - ? an advam - of 4 i ? nta a I ishi '
compared with the closing niotai n vest
and sold as high as 11 M?. closing it 1101 Trai ?
a ? u re ihe largest for several months, ag
? ng 143 '?>? bush? N T1 ..? attendam ?
brnkei th< (loor was thi I rgeal -? ? ? t hi re ' i
many daj i ?? ? ? be Imbued with
. : ? .????,. hara lerl? . I ?
trading for th. last several weeks, and whci As?
sistant Secretary Wroth look his position ?
pi- preparatory to beginning the first --all there
aras i Bcrambli among the trading element to
place: of vontag? When th? broker? rcni
lzed that the Western product had acially reached
and crossed the dollar-mark there aras a wild
shout which " ho? l throughout the building
There ver? no '1,?nr?" nmm-.? th< erowd that
S'lrcefl around tie pit All were "bulls,' ai-d there
w--re mat", who predlcti : M 8 a busl i ! before the
er.d of th;* crop j ear
?
a?aSfsOLLAR FOR CASH WHEAT IN BT LOUIS
A ..? M "ash wheat 11 s bushel
or, sample to-day The onlj rarload sold st thai
? Sedgwlct ? 11 wai
...
Dollar wheel cul I
time ??:?;.? ill f ? '?' sol I al
t ? ? was ight ?? the I1 R, Francis
. -i . " Vlbers. 1
t he fir et trade mad?
... ptions ai roki
; ?? ? ??,-?, iy and . ....
: ?? ? ? .-,
Pi - - os ? ,
nisi ? ? -
December s I rat ? Of
?'?i' ..n ! thi s ;? ?? hi r option
" . . ? ?
i ? ? ? ?.:?-. 3 .
t. r -.
e
ix; ix s.\: - - ?
. ' f t ... : ? ? x-lu-n | , ,,r .
VI m
T ' ?
I ??
A"- r ?. to I. ?11*
1 to fid there- wer
: . ' re profil a shar|
' ? ?
I
' '? ' ?
!t Is True
That ii..,".? Rarsapnrills curei when a: othei
medicines fall to d i sn: good ..-:?. Being
peculiar In com!.?nation, proportion am, pi
Hood's Parsapaiiila possest-f* peculiai CUrativ?
power. It absolutely and permai rntl; ? ure? a;'
di?e,-,s. N riglnal pi I in pu i
I!?
oocTs Sarsaparilla
I? ?' ? best ,n f.i.t. ihe i ?ni Ti is? III? d Pui Ifiei
Hood's Pills cue alck headache. 'S> < .
Colgate's
Cashmere Bouquet
Toilet Soap.
THE LIST BTIlJi GROWING.
MANY ADDITXOX6 TO THI nol I, OP THIS
M'-". ?' s ???? ? .\s-. i" ' TIOX,
v., n UM | ' '? S Ki'HA
SI VITAL I?? ', uvi'i: ;?
AltnjVM in thi;
l ? >. ' . '.
till urn;,,.
!".-? '
A?
??a,- resident membership of ilia M?*i '
t ?'.'. has now pe?? I ? ;?'..; Iiui ired, and every
?v y sera fmli additions, Among Ihe financial
house? km] corporatism sending In "air sp*
pll atiena for memberahlp r?stenla y wore th?
I ifth Avenu? Bank, Brown Rreo, & Co., Chai ?
Head ? Co., Prie? McCortnlek f.-, Co, ?nd film,
le'.iy & Co, Th? (insnclal ewamunlty, ne well u
ti-.r potntnetvial community, is wcki-ir up to in
appreciation <?< th? work whleh !? bel?g done l'y
'.hr, Merchants' Assoolatlon !" getting forth hefuro
' ? ? groat '.? i bile ol the United State? '.ho - ipremaey
of New-York, and in trying; to get fo- iba mer?
< hanta throughout tha United Itatcs r. redt -i
rate of fnrc to this I entrt
Not only arc hew local members coming In In
goodly nussbers, bul Hie. non-reeidenl list 001 tlnut c
to ?v.rll at ?it, tirt. ? ishing rate, There nr? nor/
over twsnty-twg tboueond names on that fist, and
?.?-.r proportion <ii dally Increass b- Just ni>o\t ars
great as it was when tho question o? tb? Mer?
chants1 Assoolatlon wna first agitated. The. n.er- I
chants throughout tha United States ere Just r>s j
ar.xio-jfi !.:,.'?? as they wen ihen to hav? their nanee
aidded to the non-resident membership list, so that |
they may bo In '?'.'??<-? for whatever Benefits or con
caeslon? hav? been granted by tha railroad? or
which may bo Kr.ir.UG hereafter, and also that
they may hav? th? privilege? 01 th? rooms of the
union, which euch membership gives them.
Henry Clew? & fo., tn tpeaklng of their applica?
tion, v rotei
"It affords u? pleasure *.j ac::d our check ;?:".<! uo
pllcatlon for membership in your association, W?
consider tb? work proposed ta he don? oy your
, aaaociatloa us being l:i th? riebt direction, us it
| supplies a need long felt by all business Interests.
I Business flrtns in Wall 3".; " and eli ?? I ere ihould
j not hesitate to ir.-utrti? aubi rib - and thereby
j give their support In both money and Influence to
| a movement that cannot (ail to band ?? -
, Interesta of thia country ?? grt : metropolis."
Nearly twelve . t- ? ? ti have
register? thus far, thi i a Just aa
large to-daj as it was al the beginning if lasl s fek,
??v theai new members bet in lo arrive, The)
ntli ? si ? lit of the Improi ? d con ? ?
.h? country In their respectlvi
ties, ?.!;>? cases where no Improvemei i I i '-''i be?
ing bo rare sa t.. be m.trked exception!
C, W Sheets, of the Pettls Drygoodi t'oi
I of Indianapolis, said yesterday: "Our huslmsi
foi .1 ine, .' il) and August -i ?w* un
j over 30 pel cent over in) - ummer - ?
.... -\ as ? -t . c shi il."
1 > :\ : ; it: arils, h ilr> good; mi i I
I kato, M ni . said "Thi revival of activity In the
tiiN :? our section has stirred general h ?
eral l> A mill ; rnlng out ' ??? i
fl . ,?? ,. .) i \ is In full f r.?> ifter a
si. and a knitting mill haa also ri-sum :
!? i -::.? --
I r Mi Curdy, of M i 'in
m, rchants of I'hl ? l| said V\'i
.? "i.
.. ...
lu -in Ins'
i dee! ? I Impi ? ?
? ; s .,'??? wi ailually
? m< ' ? for a goo
, ven where."
The ri :.mbi ?
I tresser St Co.,
:- vVhlle-si . H ?>- il 1'- r.
? s. Xo, n Wl
v:r, ?'." Bro ulwa)
Ko 10? I"
.?',.?-..:? cl.c hlnc, N
lnilnsi ries of l'hl
?
?'.??\ w . . .? - - ?
??mi M '!' Il
worl
?' ?
i ?" p.
? '
? il -
?
.N
mml*slon mi
.'. Kl - i iniml -
"??-.-?
>.'? rmr.l ' "rs. t t'oi
; Newbnrg li. - ? ? H
1 <?j i ; ?.
? 'ompnn' . trlmmli ps, Xo '." l iro
M .1 Harding t* Co.. wholesale ':. r s nnd ? ? p
??;: r.i-.. idwayt H n ? ;.??'?-?? noil, -.-. No 74
"? ? .' ? ? ttha g ??:??? illelot No Kl
rd-si ; Thomas l'.itter, R ?nt ft <"o
No 143 Broadway; Kuhn, lioeh A Co ?- ?-. No
?' !';;:?--? . Bettels Ar llaunt, Imponer: Ol ehe s..
No M .inv.c ? the Mil ii 11 Vanr. ? ' ?? ?
. ', ??. fix! .:?' ?, No KM Br ? dwnt . ind t
.1 V. Linde PapeT Company, paper mai
No i-i \t Ilion ?
LOW RATE8 TO NEW-YORK REFUSED.
WARM "\' HAN'OE flK ; ETTEItS KETWKKN I'll Al It
Ml S KINfi * N f ' M.l'W RI :.
phi igo, A ig SO The roads wi sl I his ity
1 .-- ? again refused to pul in redu ? 1 ? ite? from
their territory to New-York for the benefit of
wl ?lei - . r ^ .mts of that city. After two re
fu - ,,r the Western I ???j to eoneedi any reduc?
tions ?? King, ol the New-Tork Merchants'
A tl ? -a rote a s athlng letter lo Ch Irmi n
Caldwell, of thi Western Passenger Asi iclntton, up
I the offlei rs ..? the W< -1 I
for dl ? ?? Ini . nsl New-Yoi k mi r liants.
... .'. i". Im Iih ?' of ? ? \Vi?-? ri lines
to-,la* : : s'.\, red Mr Kin? Ir i r< it)
nituiifte, saying among other things I
West t ? roads s... no r< ison for setll .
? '? mi t'.-M. its' tl k'-ts in the VY- u Jlre th
, Ihi null ?:.? ?? ...nd larges) .i-\ In thi country ?..
t New-v,.rk. whl h, If done, would not onl) be nb
hut would be manifestly unjust to the com?
mercial Irteresta of tin- city, whleh furnish the
'\ stern lines the bulk of their freight business
BIG MILLS GETTING BUSY
GOOD SEWS PRtiJI THE AMOBKEAO AXD ""-'11
GREAT NEtC-EXGLAXD ?7LAXT8
Ma: theater, X I!, ami; SO. Notices were Issu
to-day to the ifi??-t Mia' th?- Amoskeag con
,,-'.:'. wi -? ?? p ir, II department? it Mondi
Beptei ber ?J The Am? k< .'? empl? i I oui I 11
.- nd opera lives.
Tit Amory Cotton Mai ul i luring Com
? - ?urn? v 01 k next Monday,
Balem, Maes., Aug. 20 Mill? So : and No ...
the Naumkeag Steam ?'"???it Manufacturing Coi
plant, in this city, started on full lime tl
mornlni fte? n? rl) - i month-? of a forty-t*
hour ?cheduli Tht management sayi thai tl
marke- for their good? if Improving, ?nd th?
hope ?oon to be forced to order full tlm? '
.'?'.1er milis, which nrr now running forty-two hou
a ?reek. About eleven hundred and Mi y hand? ?
employed in the two mill:- which an now en ft
tlm?
Natlek, H I., Anp -?? A business b? . ha* ;.
parent))' atruek the weetern part of P. h orle lalai
and all manufaci irer? bj that bettei t me? at
coming B. l< A- i< Knight, who run
spindle* report good -?!???. Bnd they will ru '.
from now "it The Hops mill, of Hoj -. I tl
Ph?nia mill, owned by th? Lonsdale compuny, wl
now run tin lousij at full time, aftei
i,,, n Idle two w? < ks ihi* ?rear Tl ?? S i 'o\\ In Ixk>i
, mpan i ' Rtv? - Point, I as re ? iv? d an ord?
f,,,- ),. -. oomi, and i -, utttng nv-n to work datl;
? . k Mai ufa->turtng Compnnj *
pul of 1 : ? two Qui '??!. mil . A
. ?- ?tni ling up
?
PROSPEROUS ?1TI.OOK ?TOR ('ANN lit;
;? ?ATE IX I I'd r.t- ON THE V M II"1
IRDERR HE '.'.'V
g ! frai - i. v o' '. ??-' ab.?Thi
of fruH annini ? p ? i t'allfoi
: -.-, r this ? ? ? ? lian fc
Mai -? cannen i II i ? I ?? - btnefl
from the Im rease In trad?. a? they are tl? l up wit
traen f a delivering '- ? r ?? m red p? ach*
other fru? 1 Pri I ? in ???> ahai ply i-e
?. of lb? f illuri ' ' the fi ull crop In l ?? vat
, ' : - . : ? ? rougl leanlm oui "
.. were i ? fortntrrh
': . ? B:andar
t ?? ,?? - .. ,; (en
nos rd peache? hat ?- ad
?tandard pears 1 -,
I - - e? fruit? , ?
I 111 fa .:.. ? ? . | . !':i,-i ? ' t.u U ,, pri ?
v. is th?
? whl
?
?
I ? ' . y ????..;
t the ti .--.... , . .
... . . -
? pacs
? e -
RATE i >N CORN \i?'. AN? -..
? . <*>??Tha pri ?nts of the ]
i ? ordered the rat.- on ? r,n Chicas i
N a fork dvsnred to fO cents pei or.- | ......
i , - ? "? tlvi ?? :??? . : - - . r??.r:-.,- lek? ?.,
I gatloi tl rst? I? generally ?down i., ',;, em -,
I'-'- MARKET in PHILADELPHIA
I 1*1 The wh? market 1
ever ?
I .
| Khl tha |.
e Wer? . . - .
' n.i? i? tin- i,i i
I . In r? in man) )? ara,
Tim KID?AVVEU ??VOttt.
AZWErj? r:- -i. r BLAKB. W "" WOL? ?
,'n"-. COKWAT.
...... ..,...? i tltAIB I? Ai-i'A
v v -i ' uttn ., TO LTStlS Ulm
? .. , 1/tOKlXO t " vvi.'in: man.
Albany, Aus :- ??. ,:- Wake, ti? kMnapper of
Mile jehn Conwaj was caught In ?lobsnsotady
by Ji>!.f '- 1'ir-?:'. ?OUSrSOl fur "T!.u Arg-.tu."
fter I sin !n-dny nml bruiiulu to th!? city
, ? me ti Th? Button wa niiei! with an
angry i oh and Ibe polln ha.1, dlffleulty In getting ;
the culprit from rnrr.!, and Discing hin !r. thai
patrol-wagon, Whsn they t I him In th? wnson
fully two tbi ? ?an I person? rorro tnded It, and cr'.c?
html" "llntiK l.l-nl" ?Shoot. Itlm!" en- ?
:' lb? .'? ? , a point of ok spori Hon. Ti.o i
: ..-??-. ?-hipped up ?nd they ploughed th
th? crowd, which hung tu both aldea o? tbs wagon, |
Ma) if 'I'h? eh? ? ?ot Into the wagon anl held j
make, .?i'h on? hand while ?,.? grasped a revolver j
In ' other, ',: the polic? station an enormous j
crowd bsd gathered, but th? prisoner was landed
In the privat? office u.' the chb : of police In --hurt
or,!e:\
Tar capture of Blake by Mr, Farrril was tnn-.o
na compared wtth thr rscsrirry of ?hn .-!.!'-1 by Mr.
Parrel I nr.i1 bla party ye?tcr?luy mcri.hu. When
seen by an Associated I'lv?* reprsstntstlvs l:o
ssldi
"1 !,-r! fer Se! rcectady thi* morning on 'lie 8:?s
train and \v:-* led t?i i ? lien . ri* there wit* ?Uch
n vari crowd In the <-lty of Bchanaotady attending
the fircmcn'i convention, thai Blaks snd hi? pal?
would make for cither there or Troy. 1 visited si!
th? p'aoe? ol resort, went around the outskh ? of
the town and heard of s carriage being driven Into
t'.::> city frota tl.o tchmtwtady Road ssrly last
evr.il:-, -, ' | which there v.-ero three :. :.. 1 WBl
loath? ta believe from tl-.l* f-i-t thai Blak? ???-. not
In tor-;-, ) ve:ii. ?round tha outskirts r.:.-; gradu?
ally worked toward th? station, and had ; ist
stepped within the Enclosure when I saw Blake nti
tha ral re id tra ?': onita a little dl ? et?
north weat,
"I launedlatcly walked up to him and aal ad hlra
-.a r-omo with mc, nnd brought him to I.. baggagi -
room nt the Bcbeneotady ?tation. I ike-: search -i
him to see if ho hud any weapon? about I '?'? t, know?
ing 1 had a desperate fei'.ow to deal with, and asked
him '.'? he would come quietly with ma to Albany,
or ?f :t would bs necessary to ?.-ail the ?erv! I
rol!ce:r.en. He prer.ilscd to go quietly with me
to Albany. lie caused me r.o troubl? on the gray
to this city, at.J on our arru.ti i turn.-'! him over
I > ih? police."
Matthew Hood, a friend of Hardy, whose fir;.
wa? not? i last night, was set free niter being ex
n ? i by the District-Attorney. He urn
: .-- torn? valuabli knowledge of the crime.
Al t?:- Conway home to-da; ? i lebratl n w;i?
hi Id, the Ilk? of which ha I nev? r i- en ? ? n In t h? ;
neighborhood Not only was it ? ,i;i\ <i gererul
rej Icing by ?trangen aa well a* friend? I -
famll) who i? !?i th-lr reape ta In <-i dl? - number?,
but It was the fifth birth?, ?y of riv- victim of the
diabolical on ?pirn H' i? fully :?.??> vered from
?????' ? f- t:? of hi? '1 if- t ? i trip
Thi -? ? i of the kitii ping are practl
II G. Blake !-..,- made .i confession of
Hi ?uni lous work to the Dlatriet-Attorne)
. Mi ?? or Tl;.:--!:. r, who
:ir-- ol 'in. sti-.ii> from j .? o'clock this afternoon
n J o'clo li to-night.
Mis i nil? .?;:.< Knappt a h? m tl ?? ? though)
: I,. -. i . il land -i thi* - ft? rn on wl ? n they :?r
resttd Thomas .1. Byron, of Sharon d in., I? be?
lleve?! to i"- vi. r s Wiirner h lawyer, who had
un offl ?? al No 1,2711 Broa,I?h>. New-Vork li Is
expected .hn pr ? : -., , . ifrrti -,?,, ,- morn Ina.
A W -ti: I . I . ? suppna? I hi Wll h
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CHI I \LOSGKOR\ MM < OVE I 1777.'.
Ill-- KlAMEttU MAJESTY ??II? X? 'fwr. KIX
M? iXTIli ?"PARE ? - ' UERir.l
Ion. Aug. : \ ? r the As*
?? i l'i ' ' -. - i n [he S mea? !??-?;?
.-. - ?-- ti:> Kl is "' B im, Chu ? nngkorn
: -? i? .-: ? prloi lo his ?lepartur? ? I !
? rmed th? Slam* ?
fu? ?fter the lat??-i had ?een the King.
! |l ? e question < Hi? M-?' -' -
? - ? Htati ? '....' ' ? - ,i m? ot? I, h? had nev? r
? . ? ?,. ? ,,' . ? ,.
? ...-.
. ??' ? ? , - . ? r sis
i . . i ; ? ? enve the
,- - ;,. r--- ?
. . tlm? '!' K "ir. h ?? ' ? t. hop? a
? ? ? i visit to the l'nl?e 1 S ..-,
?
PIRATES BOARD \\ ITALIW H MIS.
"Ili'l I '.- ??? THE '.':?:-?-??.'. IXI> f'ARRI ? ? ' ' THE
'? KVTA I.V AX ' TWO HE ?'
Val tu, Mall i, Auk. 2 Inf.irn
!:.;??? to from
.;,-.?,'. -i - I ea, u i
? ?.I report-?I ? .- ? ?
.' i- ? ? . ?-?: -t .,' < 'up? !:.,-i
who ... . . ?tole
P?t* ? ? ln*ti imi rat*, pro? It n -
?. e running gear and cai -
IT tin ?iptnln, boatswain ,tnl h seaman
Fttpjela w.i-i ipplled with provlsl n* nd inrtrti
:!?'? by i | ling t rssel, i I wi ? I ' -i I -
pi.i
British \v'.if.-iiirs n ? 1/1-./ n, \
Till; TliV ' .-w:.I: .w:? ' III PHKATON E! llt'N'TKK
KOt'flll WEATHER %Nl> I/irJK A IIAN
r j -i . ith, Eng., A ig . ' The Iwln-i ri w ? ? ? ?,. i,,.
.,-?',??" Thru i . ? ind tl.?.
!?' -- . I' i. a' ii. which H l* ? ?
Ing ? ? rmi ... i i larte ! - ? for the
Pacifie Biatlon, hnve returned '?? Plymouth, both
? ? . ....... j through the t ough wi i th. -
which ili> ;? encountered last night The Thrasher
ss thi- bows of ? i? ton, and the
lorpedo-bont desti ij t -.-. is kno ke l
? - : i.ird and di iwm I,
e
LO] I/. \DDRESSES TO Till DVKl ,
!' ' -l- AlTHKi'lAI IHM UK HIS W v':M
IKISMl v ' I ' ' Mi' IXSTAM Ell A.-' A
KNIUHT ol '.'? I'AI
i..Lili tug -1 Thi n ? ' Ing a numl r of i
>:;.ss. \> ? ? ? present? I to the Duke ol Yor:< at
? I ': Stl. < 't. !.:- ? BJ lb I- fro?, thi
n . Lodgi " ? 11 . ti wai cordial gre< ted b)
tha people, ill proceeded I i Ihe Throne Room, and
n malm d standing arge I
grat ilatory addresses from '.'?? maglsti iti of ihe
i--. i . m'y, and fi tn pro)
siom ??' ' nhv?r a sao 1st loi ? and socle tie?, we-,
r< .-??! to him. At *!,.. sloi of the rea g Hla
Royi Highnesi repll'd saying hi waa deepl en
Bible of the truly Iri?h welcome accorded to thi
i ess ?nd himself, adding that they hi irtllj re
ciproratcd the kind words, and would convey t.,
the Que? i ihe expi sslons of loyalty hi I id heard
In c . lui in the i hike n ma rked tl il h? ho| d
' it would not be the |?sl opportunity which thi
Ductu-aa and himself would have of becoming ??
led sith ihe Irish and tl sir i i lutlf ! and
I rountr)
'I In- 1 ',ik>, escorted b) ? oil ? ? . \ ? . -
r, . . Ifousi ? : eeded to the (
' 'h n. b- r and ... h as Pi Ivy ' " ??
I) ring the oft. Ri lili
Knight of the Order of St. I'atrlrh
in held in 1 nib : Castle, The ?. rd Lieu
liranl j r .? ? .-.]? ! In state, attended l'y his i ?? , ?
stnfl . nd i ..i ? - ? : Im tor, through st Pal
rli k's l! ill to the i I Bl il the head ol tl
. . the natloi
... , i and snaater, a as hardl<
-? to i fon t: ? Knlghti i 'ompanion . .-1 aring
d collars, attended b) the
officers ol tb order, - tered and mai h ?! to Ihe
? ? ? ? ?? the isual revere i anil 11 -n
their t ; ? tlvi ??..?? Thi names ol th?
Knight ' 81 Patrick i i
tl I ';? i.-r king >" rills di lie, It Mil
Ic-itei outh irlttng il I s ? id, and
the genuemai ? ? o Intn du >? ihe
Uuki of Tork Thi Duke, kneeling, wai then
ki ? . : ':' c iri. i- ?r, I retired L> ???. i.'adogan
i,, xt announ .1 Ilei Majesty's runimar.d t.. Iinesl
? . n Kt ii..'.: wltl ril boi and badge of the
. : " . Mm;, r I. .id Iveagh
? . Ihr IWO I llllol Is'. P.- pri II .
? chai ?.:??? a. ,,. ,, coi . , '.,. the
|?.;k- < f York to th. I ??' gtati.
? Atl Ivant at arm
tn intli. i ? . ? rn and < rest, and the
i .-? : kini n ai in '? ? gn of the oi
del on n ? ishloi I ? ? ratloi telng r<.... an '.
guns rlbi ?. ' ihe l>')k<. the Lot . Lie itenant
?I???.?., b. th '" v- ' I '? . il? i i ?' it
tha i. i ? ? er thi Uuki a right
. ,fr ?r mot.i i Ir.y ih dm n tloti The iword
wai then girded on ai Mi Hlgr.neai ?? rob :
i. ih? I..-.I'.. rhl ompli ih< nvestitun
where,, ?.. Dukl ?' rork'i t.?ir,r;cr wg
t iried ? Hi ' :*''"'r ;-';-k' st-srms pro< almi : ol
his iltlei Phi Duki wai then contrato.ated by the
. knigh ad tool his ff?t at in? chapti ;
klni ? nos then rslltd over thi
- m J m . - of 1 - ? ? mpauloi i pn
krlght rising a
. \.en i closed the ' Kapler, ata! the ? ? ? .
?i.a if! thi
Th ?? ; 1 "'I nut ? ,n ,. i ? .
. |m . thi ! ? nesi et '. rk nil ' .
,
I. ? i ... . ....
' M I
with in- Royal lilgl ess lb? Duk? o ,'ork.
NOT TO ACT HASTILY.
i ?m i in m-1 from I'lrii I'ni.i-,
publican organhtatloa than other Republicans
life, but be does not conilder that President
Law wii: bo ills<iUHline,l n? a Republican candi?
date by rsosltinej tha Clthfens Union notnlnatlon.
J' tl:? 1 "ill m v.-ntit? to r, upporl Mr. Low, ar.il tbu?
Insun I'!? receiving g big Independent vote, that
la a good reason In Mr. Worth's mind why Mr.
Low wi '??d tnui'.o ?x ant-class Republican can?
didate.
Mr. Honhury returned to Brookl: n from New
York yesterday ivlth the prediction that Mr. tioyv
Will bu' fifty vote.? iro.ii New-York in the city
convention, which, with the support be ?3 sure
t. get in Brooklyn, will Insun bis nomination.
Tl Worth Ren, without exception, expect that
Mesen. Willis, Atterbury and Appleton, if they
continue to ?be known a- enemies of President
Low, will I? se the hold -.hey now have on their
wai Is, and that the County Clerk will gain
largely fr m the defections in their ranks. They
.-av th<- stories of defections In their own ranks 1
are ground! es, and that Congressman Fischer, '
Naval Officer Bharkey and John <;. Deubert,
three 0? the suspect?rd man, have not K?>n" over
to Senator Platt, but that they would malte dally |
proclesnatlons ??f tii-ir loyalty to Mr. Worth if
they were asked to r!
a Worth bador <?f promlnsuee talked freely
with a Trllune reporter ?yesterday about tiio ap?
parent quarrel between the Republican organ!
satlon ami theCltiaens i'nion, "but not for pub*
licatlon." He said:
"u'uigg .r.ade a big mistake when ho an- 1
nounced that the Republican convention would 1
be held on Beptember !>. slmosi the latest date j
on which it couM be held, and then warned the
Titans T'n 1 n that the; Ausl not not ilnate their
tr.an bef?,re that date or there would be trouble.
After allowing the public to believe that Bep?
tember 28 w< lid be the date of the convention,
he ann u - d that the date baa not been Qxed.
He caused n ich needless trouble by all this,
and add .1 ;. I a little to the confusl? n of the
situation.
??If the i n on nominan ?Low, the R 'publicans
cannot afford t?. do anything else, it.'i 1 am
1 willing to !'??? that thej will no? attempt to do
? enythltig else. 1 believe 'hat when the Repub?
lican convention assembles !.- \-.i\? have
; enough votes In It to sssun his nomination.
Qulgg and the New-York organization men will
knov thi* r-,?in enough, an?I unless they not <-on
trary in ihelr usual code of political procedun
ill-\ will fall Into line for him, an<3 make h'.s
non Inatl? n unanimous, 1 think all this trouble
aboul priority of nomination could be avoided if
1 hi ? fTort wen made to fix a : rogramme of
, dit.-? There Is no reason that I can see why
the Republicans and th?> - hnuld not hold
their coi ? m Inns on lh" same day. This Is what
Mr. Worth would like t-, s.-?- broughl about "
Police Justice Jncnh Brenner .'ill lead the
Ti-nth w.-ir-'l f ,r President l.'" He has been
studying the sentlmenl of the ward, and he re
1 iii-t-- ih.it 1 he Itepttiiii iha m-,i independents an
all for 1. ?? The men ?? ho ga? e theli ? otes for
P hieren In Is'.'i and foi McKinley last year."
he 'ays, '-;in-l *.\rt<? constitute the Independent
element, an waiting ?"?" ? ?ban:., to vote for
Low, s.iti.f them art ln?icpendenl democrats
am! s-m.-? ;:??? Independent Republicans, but
party ties are nol atron? with them, an?! they
can ni"-.-' to 1.ti what they 1 nnsld? r the tight
aid? than to he with either body, The - sn nol
for Loe I ??-cause h>- is a Republican, but be
they ran trust him to give them s k.1
atln Inlstration This elees ?>f voten Is Important
in ??? '-\ election, and their support would i>?>
especially valuable to s Republican candidate
".,- fall "
?-.,
l/l l \ DOSS THE HI TO I <////'.
?: 1 ti UBS .- v, a TH *.T R -, : :? ? IS f\
liESinARI.R VN'- fXATTAIXARt.E.
M ? ibnlli ? ??. I--.' ? Vus 30.- A large mee tina
i-, thi? city, which marked the opening of the
1 '. mi 1 ? n 1 ??- n !n low 1. a - - ddr? ?sed by
- ?. ?, - - lorni Dob - Th? ? 1 ? ?ov? n or, In
pan mid
"To no ?Iting do I concede n stronger desire
1 ry return to ti.? ? . 11 '. mill
nee of ? .11 Its fii'--nelal system
; To in nil d. the best I ope ? I
N.i'Ion di ; mis upon 1 ? n compl of 1
1 ? ? n ? ? of gold as a re
. ? -, money by tl f the 1 I? -: State 1
? - the pi "??!? ' f ' :??'?':? 1.1 an now
1 nd the vi poor, and 1 do
. r?i |k -,?.. . ,-. public an llv? ich s condl
i ';. '. - rhe Ire mstaices as they : nw es -1,
liver ih monetlsi d by I he grea? ? ommi
f the globe, v ? fi it ful chasm
ran he i-ommei e? of m? tala
widening, i n.I In ! he ; ? ol our oa n
. ? ? ? ; my oa n
ml il t,, Ih-1', ?.,? that Ihe fn e cob u liver ?1
the ratio of :?'. lo ; ?Mth polil Is v thin Ihe reach
of Its friend . nor rnn 1 help thi ? r tl I ;' would
? . If ittnlnable
d i-. He' ? from what Is now a mntti r of nol irb ty
thai the Jk-ar of this i s,, deeply
il o 'SB mind thai Idlng ad
> . :. i. o tl me ?gitto b) iho?i who believe
ihemi ?? ? - th? re-al friends of l!v . will per
? ? ? . ... tro) I he ? ? use t hey would promoti
, .! ? at, .- ? ?',.? pe iple of this N itlon a per
-,.;.. ??? -? finid, mil treat? r. In my
? . ? ihnn war cr pestilence or fat ? d
t to i or.- any pai i resj on -i
' .
? in nil i have ever heard or ri id or thought, no
plan under the present clrcumstat ?eemed
isihle io me for thi restoration ol ?liver to
?'.' place as redemption n.y as one sub
atantl.i I) like ihnl recommended bv Mr Windom
? ?? . . ? his own langu ige, hla proposi?
tion a-ns -ii-' Issue Treasu ? tes . . nsl silver
iiiillli a ., ? ? hi marl ? ?? price of I ver whej depos?
it! .i. i a-, a'"!-, on ib mnnd, In nny ???..- In
fillv?r I ... "ii as will equal In value . ? the date of
numb, r >>f dollar;: expressed on
. ? . otes en ?'?.??,? e of stiver,
t the option of t he ? lovernm* nt, or In
. ;,. r- ?! ; - '.I ' ? ? .1er."
?
/ V70.4 VETERANS ELECT OFFICERS.
Thi Nati mal Encamp
., . ? ' V'eti ans' i n ?n, rli ??? l l'ommati 1er
in.l 'hli r. Il T. Btreet, Ni w l'oi k. '*? t D
MM M gi B? mi] IX p ity, E II
i-' '?. Burgeon-General, J. W. Harry.
? , ? W H lia-man. < ihl >; Ex* ? itli'e
i omm ' ? T .' Cannon. Maryl I (al larg ?: H.
g i.i" Metj lire. Pennaylvan .. R,
Ja Kern ries O'Cot . v ? g g
x". ? .!? ? -? ;. . ' Palne, Ulli ir; c ptaln
i... gstaff, Iowa B V li r, Mar y lai d.
i.? lui na were ad ;?'? 1 '"r equalising pensions
? , Hier? ind sailors at i?. s i
!?? ?;. .. , ,i , mo ith ( pensiona for
il itesi for ap] ointment . f i
tee to i lima of comrades whose
, ivi en taken fr?im them .... t t ?> p ish
?????? (?ce.
\', " ? Stark oi Misso irl, '. ? Ii ted Dauph
? cr of '..- Nation ,; L'n m Vite: i t*nl ?
The atory is told of a young marri' ?: woman, who
:??'..? d anothei young married woman how she man
.. : t,, get along so amicablj ?'ith hei lie-hat;'',
i ? an?wei was "1 feed the* brute lr.s stomach
with fond and his mind with flatter) " Even a man
a ?ij havi to admit thai this young woman had solved
about two-thirds of the art >.t" making the average
n ?: h.ij ; ? Tin other third consists ol keeping hia
:,..-, in ? ich condition thai b< will enjoy hi? food
ind hi mind in such condition that hi will be ana
,. pi bli ti flattery It isn't much usi to pul tempt,
ing :... .1 before ? men who hasn't an appetite It
doesn't pn' to lavish smll t on a man whoei n?rvea
,-? rackei nd iiverwi ? ked
la averagi man paya very little attention to bis
i health, Bnd won't last mi lit in< ol hii osm accord
an) '. be ia ilat on hi- beck A shrewd wife will
! keep sn eve on her husband's welf?-i ia this t spect.
: god whet ?'..?? sees thst he is bilious or Buffering
from indigestion, or I? generally nut of sorts, Mill
tl thai most wonderful of all iavigoi ton
In Pierce ? Golden Medical Discovery tl ii i!.?
i? it of all sppetite? sharpeners, blood-mskers and
d nbabuilden It ( irreets all disorders of thi
lion and makes the ! re? active and the blood pur*
It : m - the nerves and cures nervoii - rxbanation and
j ? tratibn it i nn ?? pen nt o| all i asen ol con
sumption bronchial throat and limlr. ?I ailment?
? ,.;,, iPon.Vork (
I notes ?. tinny
for month? i n I I ? ?
, .? i " I ???' lof ihet'i n M
gttvct| ' I aw now as well aa ever aad ?reign u pounds.'1
WIIITMA A DO WS S J/.1?0A
ONE OF THE BRITISH ?"HACKS OU?
THE RUNN1NO.
x kDAra M'ist KX'Tfixa Mi-tai is i
NEWPORT TENNIII TO! RXAMMCT PAEKT
AOAtX A W1XKES
[?1 Tt::.F.'iiiAi-H io mi Trtmi'xr ]
Newport, R. T. Aug. to Whitman beat Mats
b'-r.. this ru trratng m the big ehampioneMp la
tennis tournaesshl s1 the Casino murta The
f? i- ' the f?ir>\?:,i ??*;.? n wa? .1 great surprise
nine-tenths of the spectators who saw the mat
i!'.-? downfall waa 1 gn il I low to the ?
Itlng player? for the American cbeenplonsl
though Mahoney's poor form on Wednesday In
big International doubt? match cnnvin, ? d hi? :
low-vislton that hg w?* hopeli rslj ? it of th? stn
gle, and for ?ome tlm? ;-.- hi tated whether
r.!?-fiu!t in the ?Ingle?, ?Saves*? quiet 001
denn and Nlabet'? hip* do nol seen to bave i"
siiRkf-n i.y the defeat of their companion, ami uni?
Lernt 1 p?a? ? bei er tennti t in he did te>-d
sgalm POrbes, one or'l ? ' ?lie tw<?
gtalning Englishmen may prow t?i ? t'i" wlm
of thi all? omen thi? year and Wnnn's eh
isng? r '.<.v th American ? hsmploni p.
T ? " ithet --:ir,,i oft hrtghl and sunny ht
r-nriy this morning, and a large and fashions!
crowd of enthusiast I spa tators thronged t
Casino ground The Whltman-Mahonj mat
w:.h th" f,.attire o? the day. and took pr. edefl
on the eimmplonshlp court. Thi-, foreigner waa
strong favorite, and very few who saw the mat
dared even hope tha- the American would sucee
In beating htm. whitman surprised everybc?!
however, by bin very clover play, and etahoi
found i.im a much more dangerous adversary th?
he had d named of
In ttm lint set the American play?tr was rath
nervous, and Mahony secured ? commanding let
of j z ii-inn- Whitman pull? ? himself toother f
s final brace, Some clever uphill play, howevi
tir-d the scon si deuce, and after a long itrugg
with many esciting gomes, Whitman landed tl
-? ' !,. '? 7
in the sa ton ? sst th American expert seemed 1
have regained hla confidence, and h>- forced tl
plu y throughout, final!;, taking the ?et by %-A. Tl
third set, however, was just r? versed, Mahony ha?
itig everything his own way, and Whitman strut
(ling with poor success to catch up to his oppc
?at, It waa no use, however, for the foreign?
captured the aet by a similar ?.-ore to that of th
;-? < uid, and the epe?etaton felt lei's confident of th
ultimate niult of the match when th.- contestant
dts>app.:ar.'d for a short net befon beginning th
fourth and what proved to be tbe lam set.
Whitman did not dieapp? Int bis friends, and wh?
tbe fourth set began II wa? very evident that h
was in better condition for s lone struggle tha
Itahony. The Brltteh yisitor seemed to weake
rather ba lly In this ?et, and three suco??aeIve deuc
game? went to the American player on h;> great?
Whitman took tbe ?el and with it th
match and the right to play NI bit to-morrow u
third round.
Ot the seven other matches in the second roue
lay, ti.,- moat Important wen the.?- In whi- I
Nl?bet, ?,-it:;..? ?nd Baves disposed of their oppo
i" nts, ? oh In straight eel . '.- h? r and Par? :
th* two New-York -?layers, beat M. D. Smith, o
l' lladelphla, and Evert? Wrenn. of t'hlcago
Pan t's defeat of the .. implon'a old? r brother r u
\ unexpeet? 1 aa th New-Yorker beat Bhi*ldoi
-.1 badly yesterday IVrenn made .1 ?trong tight
-'. re ,- ! Ward also won to-day.
The full ?core? of the day a play sre aa foll?n -
? : ampli nah , ? .:?.,????? ? li K. D. Whltmat
h?al l' H Mah ::? -, 7. H it :i 9, ?i I: II A. Mesbli
eat H A Wright, ? 1. ?', 9. ?'? I: M A. I.ir--?.l 1..-11
.1 i? i-,-ii...?. 11 a ?-. t. r, 4. g r. t - '!? " 1 ?t m i>
Smith 7- -'? N 1, <> - J. !' i'it-t !? ? Everta Wrenn
? - . a T. ? 1 ?' ' I'r VV V Kavoa bea? J C Si
: :. 1; ?? .; 2; n- - , ? ? Ward beat ?'? w Lee, ?? 1
1 ?: ?; ?, ,,- 1. I. 1; War? beat II -I II -, ?'? S, S -
I! 1
In! r- : li . (pi* llmlnar: ?
|. h - ?'' ?' U M Turner ??
I .. . ? 1 : v Jefaul?
? 1 . o. v p, KInfke \
It.-.,. ' ... ; 8 il 2 '? -' T I: Pell
II i.-,.,,, t.. ,,t .t 1 g ? ? ? ,.?'*?: ?
??'? - , ? ? ? !:. 1 ?. Nlttl?
? ihman best 1: T
li -- il '.? :. 7. i- .' i:. i' ? v ?
li ? n 2 '-, I' Sh?*l<1 n, ?? . Iieat it Proel r. h ?l
-, ?1 .?:<: r. t Whit?, by default; 11. K
- ? ' 7 ????,.''? ?'. 4
yii - round 11 .1 Hi It - ? ,1, n. Willing, < 1 v fl
?? I? I- ?Ig-e Uai It I- [,:??:?'. 3 ?'. 0 4. 0 8; H
. ,- U 1 , thtei ?: 1 8 > H M H 1 ?'?'
1 . ,-,- \v K I ''- 6 7 ?V 1 . r. It. st.-\.-ns
-. ? \ \\ i-,*- i-, ijefault; R. ? '? M Klttrlek beal I!.
E. A vet ?? 1 .-1?S 4 1
STEWART I\ GREAT FORM.
THE BRABRIGHT GOLFER 1>"KS FIXE WORK
IN' THE NORWOOD TOURNAMENT
TRAVIS TO COMPETE WITH
111 M FOR 'IHK MEDAL.
N. J., Aug. 30 (8p<. lal).- -Homebred
mati '.'.? : ? gllsh ta'., nt In the
final round for ti ? Norwood Oolf ''up. for to-day
Stewart and TT ;ls qualified to meet in tl..- .!? -
, i ling conical of i h? N rwood Field ?
golf tOUl :i ? ? '
The d.i.'. w.s a perf cl one for play. Stewart
was again the centre i I dui .-ig the
matches in whleh he figured u little crowd of srolf
itiK cnthuaiasta followed him fr ,m tee to let
in the mon ing Btewarl met Allen, of th? North
Jerae) Ci in r; Club, and for. a while American
ikiil seemed in ihe ascendancy. Allen has a slash?
ing ilrivi I t pi ed partlcularl) effective on the
: . ? atreti In-- of Ihi N'. ? wo al
I luting : he flrsl of the tied such
.. , omm indi i{ lead thai at the tenth '? he was
ta ' up. St? wart, thi ig brilll ni ma al mi ! il
pi i j. -? ems ',. I ick nggri s on undi r the more try?
ing ordeal oi a mntch-play round, and this was
particularly noticeable In hla ?? Ing form to-day
it the I lurteenth hole it looked as though he
would auci tmb to thi I ? ? I more consistent
i . f hla opi om nt, fi r at that i oint Alii n
wua ''m ? ?? up, Bl warl however, I gi Ined . Is
nerve und.- the -: ir of anticipai d defeat, and
suddenly began to display brilliant form. Not only
did he close up thi gap, but in playing thi
home hob he located the cup In five, which i
bogie, Hi tit ill) ; nlshi i two id of Alb n, who
r i m esslvi les after leaving Ihe thlr
? .
in the uften oi .-" warl met Burr, of Ardsley,
?? ? ' ?? semi-final round, and here again the clever
Iron work v id d f> ited Ulei
was s n giving him a bi tond < :
Burr ?? mpli -? d, losing by eight up
and ?evi n to pby. '. ? ard - fi r ?he first nl ?
holes wi re;
??-??v.v. . S !i ? l '? I l .'. 5 41
Burr . -,.-,.',.;:??'..-.<-, ;,i
.'.- ? Oakls d Club, s ia not far behind
Btewari ;, . - race for honors In the s?
round h? was pi ted against Taylor, of Beabrlfht.
whom I.- def ited In clever style, making t1-.--- Mrs.
round I :' nd th? ? : ' it tl ? ? mi le.
tlon of the first nine ? ? i k ad
which 1. ? ? ?? ? ;.- d ' ? ' ' "
ende I. C. H. Murphy, of i Club,
was Truvls'a i ? ? ml-l Is. M
has on ) ?? ntly taken Ihe g ime, h il - -d
h,. pi over] himself to bi ., - of consld.
j Travis, he showed
; has lately been
m id. ,: ? n ? b ? nl ll ?? Nor* ? d ti im
In th? '" Henderson, of
Norw.I. . id >:????? i to rten, of Ardsley,
r-a lud t ...?:'"?? morros
ire to m c r tl I slon of the trophy
c IP
In mid!*, on ' id mat In *, < Mn ..pen
:?? >o tul? pla? ?? to-morrow, for a bleh
? ?.? - i:i" heei received It m a s
i i mo red that l?overnor Orlggs <>t New-Jersey Mas
to I.' ' ? te hour
this evenir it hi ?????id ? corn?
il
V..r\... ,.,,,..
c,,-...,. w l . r( ' ml fl ? , ?' ?, ? ti a
? ? .. .- -.) . i: " I ? . ?? .
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??lut w i i ? ?? ; ? v . To i ? -?
i rlslit, s up nd i i i)
. ? ? ?? .;?!?? >: it. ?.; ?..,--. \
defeat?! II. I llilppe. Mr.rrta -.. . I It It
|. ,. . . :?? ? ? ?? ?? !' | |
? , \ . * 1er v, ??> ?. vi- . .
w \'t, i-' S ... i. 1 '? ? ,
I ' S ? ' . y. i M ??.
iv. a ? ; ... i ?'. ip and S i
? c I?F ; ' ?? c- R H.
i Duvckln '?. -'t Up ?? : 1 ' , ?? \ ?? ? ? ? Morten d
r? ,...,i \ M Clava ,' id in I S i ? -.?
- ?
TIED FOR THE PROCTER CUP.
j a PRETTY TOURNAMENT AT THE mi.-.'am: 'T
'",' H S I.INK?
Watch Hill, R i Aug IB Isa lal) Ths links of
th- Mtsq lamteut Oolf Club presented un unusually
iti ctlv? right this afternoon when the mis'"',
II Jmea handicap for the Procter Cup was
I . . Th? presence of & number of women In
their pi -, golfing attire lent an additional
?. an,! the clubhouse was tbXOOgi 1
through' ut the altern n
The t< irnameni resulted in a tie between w C
Procter and Mra Proc'ei ind Oliver Perin and Miss
k: ' onfcdon, each pair recording is .is its net sere
? ' I' .ne) and Ml lark? came neit w.th a
?i.core of ag, th.-i?- handicap b in? -u Fol?
lowing is ti ,? aiimmar
, .i
i. ' h , ,a . Hi - i a. ? r _
? ' i-r M I .11.
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nner. 111
H. bblnl ti i .l?l
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?Mutual Reserve Tand
Life Association,
SOU - ?307 - .309 BROADWAY,
UKW YORK riTY.
FREDERICK A. BURNHAM, President.
:
Th?- ?Poll '?? Contr?ete <>t th* a??- flat* i a
the nrcsT.-n the sfarw ?
Tt:?. Ratee an ?mp ?for Abi I
yet r\"t Hu,-1. ns'.mi-.
Th-v five
DIVIDENDS,
CASH VALVES,
EXTENDED INSI/K.WCE.
in eddttl ? th?) ' ataln the f- .t er "f ??
DISABILITY BENEFIT
which cannot i- put . i ? I ? ? f any
Company.
Tilt? Host is f.ood Bunt
IN
Lin; INSURANCE.
I?., int iahe :i I"!: \ ..f an) kind v.itAnny
Company until ) --i haare exnmin? I the Ceeivacta
?.f th?'
Mutual Reserve Fund
Life Association.
i-'t i.t. r\tt ni t LAM >?% \i>i'i.if 'ATKMt,
For the Sake of Comfort
alone, tlior.fi ?who have once
worn the Deimel
WktJI^i Linen Mesh t'n
1 e r w e a r will
jTC never ?io back
?Salto any forrr.er
method of skin
protection.
fend f^r descrli I end
pie "f material ? imlne
"The Linen St<>r</*
Headquarters for all good thirty:?. In linen
James McCutcheon & Cd.,
M West 23d St., N. V.
Mosquito Bites
Insect Stings.
Dr. Tobias' Gelebrat?c! Venetan Liniment
?. ! I ? > * ,'? ? ? ,- ?-. .-, i ; - - - - ? ,:
? ; - ? , ?
? ? - \
l?v all I ?nisi ?.??.?
.1 II . ? s- Miss . - Iii3
A. A Barro? i and il -- M ' st
?t. IV. Iturnet ?i,.i ?.'. i'.'',
f. I! " ... l,a,
I. M. |tnrn-i . r ! V ... 132
M. W ? ", . \\ H?
W H M. : n an V * V ?
Uvrenc Perla niH M" P rln . Ht
tara Andera M?as i. ? i >?
\. r. . Misa K Burn?! .lu
I -'
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:???
I?3
ON STATEN ISLAND ?;??;." LINKS
The calf, rs of the Ststi ? i ?
:!io!r fourth tn- nthly mixed I nes I
yr-srer lay over their entended course of 2,Jt
Six carda w.re returned Oeorge E Arn
Mr? Hubhard were the .
? ' ?. but 'ii- '? au ??? I- 1 in mai- .?
?r,,4s - ,,r.. .n 1 iv
.1. Y. O. Walker at 1 Mis M N'.irn-- > ;
a-Il a total < ?. ' ring II
F ?un
Mrs. H .: ?-i- ! .,- ' ; ?' v ? -? ? g . ni
Misa M s im s and J. Y. O. \t
Mr an i Mrs J. R i
Miss Edith M ward i - rel| 1 15
Mrs, tiilitna and iitt.i I
Mrs I. ..? .-? ??...? ii ISg
II ?] ? ?
t:?
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141
MS
LITTLE FOLK \T NORTBFIELD.
Mi:. m< ?": v s :;\ ?. r UNMEN r ? ?:: -'i ??:
MH MORO \N B AR RESej
N. rthfli Id, M isa , Aug ' iSpi rial) The
of the lb v ? ; ? ' tmpls II Mor? n'a reaa i
morning was "The Mllb ml im Tn nhrht hi will
d? llvi r a lecture entitled "The Ma ' I
Harmony and Discord ' Although no charge ?
i. ? n ad. for admlssti n. a ? e taket
on behalf of Mr. M.ly's prison fund Mr M ri s
.-.an! that he was anxi? ? -mrthlng ??
In this work . . . ?,-. s
nmong pris mers, and i 1 ?
tlou
This .'"? ? ? .-. Mr Mood]
dr.-ii from f.r .,
N ... ., not bs
..\ ? I lookl d ? u; - -
progran ?? ? M rgai I Di
Harry Oratl
dn --? -. Th wei ? ? ittli ? also
running, walk ? ? ? ' ker a It
rai ? b, In a hlch Dr. Oulnnei ? ? '
Paul SI k part. A ras I
for the chlldt after v . , . ? .
taken of i . ;.:?.-' asi nti
were served to ted on the v? i
and the lawn i ? ? serf ?et a ..l all
n i off .. ; ghtl
Mr. M .....
... The M
,i. | Jesus ha? ... ::?-?!!?
:* ....-?- ;
pt ye be <
ren ye a He quoted prorlw
i from !? in] / ahoa a I -it
....
i" ? ; . - . ? ??'
?i l .... i mo ????.? a nd
v ? tber thlngi said thai
Mini ?
'it... ...
: ?
I ? ' i
that He will sa;
nt,' if you are not so? Co I ; i it?
I? tter place I
, , in t. mtlfiil ? ? \ ? ? ? . - i ?? k I.
I-. tb? raosl beuutlfi I plac? I havi een tn At r
Tli Rei I ? ? I Swift of t'.il' at'?. Metl list
l-, .. , ... . Si-w-Yorl -..-.. n
??..i i i hon - ? .\ Dr. A
.[ix ' ? y. The fob
, , ? ,\. i. . a ..c r thi
! , .i. . . r for I
,?. |) ' ? . Illbl .! li,. in - v .
"Kternal i. fe un i Di nth Thurstl i) '
of Darkm -. ". Krldai. Thi Light of th? VVoi i '?
Saturda). A Thn ? fold Ri
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STEALING FROM THE I IPITOl LIBRART.
Was.i f A ig imaa \'-' Uo) i ? <tt$
? al- old. and lltlt'l Ihre? W..K? au,, .Hip.,'*- i Is
ihe law library si th? Capitol, ?>? arrested te dsf
?.. leg ii book? f.'cro
thai Inatltutton \ I '--, wai ;1 n:rr'_..?n;
be admitted s tea II k ? i - volume. Three
,.? tti.-se ha' a been i i from k store
!.. ?yd -a\s . ? Was :..,!!,? v I I : ; - bd thi
DO TOI K\l?W
I? A \4TI1MI HUVsTflAli WtTr.R?
The ??mpertjr of tbe French KepublH
>\*.(- f- at tb? tl -;
C?LESTINS
la a 1 ? ?'* ? ' ,
.;..-?? sm, Drape* . " ' '
a ?;?:.:?.-;. I ?'.--? ' ' I ' ajj
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