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v0I< LVII-- Xo- 18,549.
NEW-YORK SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 18?7.-TWELVB ?AGES.
PRICE THREE CE.;TS.
DROVE BACK THE AFRIDIS.)
ACTIVE HOSTILITIES CONTINUE ON' THE
INDIAN BORDER.
A nUJ IF ITTACKETJ AXD BrR?TRTl ST MARAL'D
PAB? ?EAt.ED
IT ?:v -?*?.S A SWAT
.- ...N.-.,
I ndlon, lug. -"? * *1 !al from P'mln pay??
I] ? ? ' ??!'..? ..f Afrldla, near K hat,
fro.n the hill? !n strong force Ii |
night and attacked and captured the
\ . ?? of Ublan, setting (Ire tu th.- building?,
, ,. i of h were destroyed. General
; . mmai ling the forcea at Kohat. hav
.? ? ? Afrldla' plan?, had prepared a
Friday morning and at
my Aft r ?harp fighting the
? v. back to '!;<? hilll with heavy
:.'-s consisted of out- Sepoy
: and a n tlve i '};-?? r and two Bepoya
r inded
? St- '-, r ,rroc?-.ont1ent rite? as
of the lack of r healon in th.- plana
,' ??... ntler 1 ea the fat thit. while th->
raed to tho'.r rnmc.-?, the
Oraksala have begun '< move, A party of the
latter cr ased 11 "' n Paaa, six mile? from
K hat. and attacked th.- Mahmudxal Post, which
;...- Infantry *nd
the b General Biggs, commanding
;i- k '. from that place with a field
pa??es f Scots Fusillera and
? : ? Th? ' ':? tkzala ; etlred to the
:. they w I bj the bat
try then ?tormed and captured
isualty. The Govern
ti . . I ?:. rldg for ?everal hour.?,
but as :!;?? tribesmen a ? rt- In full retreat, the
f to the plain.
? with a flvine: column, at
I on Thursdaj that ? pos t i n the
r ? Ing attack? d He at
t .... ., ,; a s,.(,?,,I( ,,,
ttery to r? Infor? e the
I
Th? ms ?re to the ? t that tlrlm
? In tlie dir-1 tl >n of the post,
doubt thai this attack will i e
: one ' lin.
- ? . th.rr< s tondent say?, emphasizes
' ig a la -? force with a vi.
? proba Id y
? .- organ! ? d, and
n tl tier are being ? oat?
I;
Si ? ?- - from Lundlki tal have
t .lamrud reported thai they
'. th. r. fore,
hundred and fit'tv member? of
: . en disarme '. by
s Wridis.
\ dlspi * ii "r : i' mbay ?aya that :h^ Mad
ih nommai -'? d the Afrldla a ho
? rta In the
. is. the na
? i.- .1 i??>.
Pirn a. Aug '-'7 Thi Government has decided
to s-:. ! an xp dltlon, In large force, against
?
Upper Swat tribe on th" rieht bank of
tl ?? rR er 1 ?' 20.000 ru?" ea for
? the <?.'?? - rnment.
? ? . nod to Thana
> ? '? rday. All t at ? dar,
?
A SECOND LETTER TO THE AMEER
IN! IAN GOVERNMENT ASKS THE AFOHAN
lMI.ru FOB SPECIFIC ANSWERS.
Lug. L'T In th md letter sent by
l 'n th?? Ameer o? Afghan
? ? ? ipliclty of Afghan
n th? itbr? aka of 1 . tribe? on
tlei ; ivernmenl i equ? ?ta that
inswers be gh tain sp< elflc quea
ind I i he avi >ided
EGRAPR LINE IN ROLAN PASS CUT.
INXl rT v? Qt'ETTA ON ' ,:
'
letta 27 Th? inxl? experienced
il '.),.? uprising "f the
? 1er will extend to this dis
: ? lay by the dlscov ry that
the Bolan Pas? baa
n
I . n the n nl In? of
? of ravin.?
... n the rout
? tal nd Ol .VfL-'-.mistan.
"'??:"
1.194 feet
-,
.
. - ? the i t to m
: to tah
-
, .? r.il of
] Im the Khan
I
12; -.-' i mare miles,
? ? . - ? i
? ? : inches,
lan
, -.. ? brave
? It ie, \i: U .
en, and are fond
?. rShav town <.f
? . ? |t Is I
I ? d Is sit u
.
liopulatlon
i
? .in
l , lof, ..f
) .: ? . ' '.-i im? -'?
?
v ? ? h t 11. ? v
? ??!:.. . t .,n
f the ? : ' ?? Karl
? . ?>.-?.. hy Kpeclal train
f ? -. ?? i a
( of t h?
! ' Of t
; ? Reluch
! re known t r i?ome
? . ?
I i ?
- itlon amoi . ?
? i ? ?
t the tin,.-, wen i-x
? ?:. inl?
ine I ?
to s rising of
it tempi ?
? ; rep? nine the
? ?
LOW ON THE INDIAN UPRISING.
' . CAL HILT,
? 28 "The Daily Graphli " to
i ? . ? ?-.? v. Ith ?;? n? rai s r
? ' id? d th.- ' "i Ural relief
: HUT?, ?n a hi? ii Gen? i al Loa la
? ? ?? t^r. ?tore or
Khj bcr v.-ry quickly, l>ut it
to n for thi we -ks yet
? ?!. until the . l?mate Is healthier
ts co n be mad?
'. ? w IM proha ?ghtlng, bul the
Afrldla mu? t be cowed : Tlrah must tx
road made to that
to ?an-lai n the
i i- ? troops."
?' - not think tin Sultan ha?
ig. He Is
t the Ameer ?as Ignorant
it feel? certain that
' ' ? ? 1er of the
? ia not
I Gl i .-.'??
thai the fr> ed< m of the
? ? I r th.
ling ..f -h.- rr
?-. I? alwayi . r weakn? ss'
?
RUSSIA GETS I <<i\l.l\<, BTATIOX.
? ' ' ' ' D TO HER BT THF
<?? IRE IS SOVERKM1
I ? ig 17 a tch 1 m Bti Rghal ?ays
tl ?'?' ? Q or Con a 1 na c? ded or ). ns?>d
Detr 1 i: la, forfXiae aa a
-? nl of th la i
aov? i ? ? ? ..... .,t the failure
:o arrange ?:i allian? ?- v.-|t?j England.
AN ?FRICAS REVOLT 8VPPRE88BD.
RlXa MWAMOA, DBrXATCD, TAKBfl RBFUOR WITH
Tlin OEM \ns
Sansibar, Aug. ff.?King Mwanga left Uganda
li relljr on July ?*. to organise n ristnc .it Budda
agalnsi the Government. The King*! forera were
?iff? a'o,1 on July M |,y I'ijiuty ?'.imini-'slnner M I !'>r
Teman. Th- King ramped to German terrltorv
a,l.i larrcBdertd himself i<> the German?, who are
detaining him.
Order hai been re?tor<ii throughout I'ganda, the
whole of which is loyal except Budda.
The last new* received vu that Major Ternan
w.i- slightly wounded. He, It was raid, :nt<-nfle<l to
proclaim th.. Infant Mwanga King, with a regency,
? - - -
WARXIXQ FOR COX8TAXTIXOPLE.
BOMB-THROWER? ALLEGED T<< HF OR THEIH
WAT Td THE St'LTAN'S PITT.
Constantinople, Aus. IT.?The Turklah Amhassa
dor nt Vienna, Mahmoud Xedlm Bejr, telegraph?
that ? number of peraom are proceeding tc Con
?tantlnople for the purp ??? of causing b mb ex
pli s?-.ns.
It la announaed that there ?orp eleven Armenians
concerned In the recent bomb outrages here. * if
T' is number uni' man hiis committed ?melde and
ficht men have been arreatod.
?
MAY 8TRAIGHTEX 1 DIPLOMATIC 8XARL.
CENTRAL AMERICANS STAKT TOR WASHINGTON
what their coming indicates
Managua, Nicaragua, Aug 17.?Lewis Corea, Sec?
retary of the Legation ol the Greater Republic of
Central America, and Rudolf Wleeer, agent of the
Slcaraaua Canal Company, have itarted for Wash?
ington, j iv Rodrigues, the Minis;, r .>r the Greater
? ? Central America, will folio? them to
\\ yi hington In a few 'lav i.
Washington, a tu ?' The dlapatch from Mai .
that officials of the Greater Republic of Central
Amer I a and an agent of the Nicaragua Canal
Companj have'started simultaneous!) for Wash?
ington It regarde?] here as indicating that definite
action may be exp? ted on several pending dlplo
questions. Thus far the Interests of tl?
Gr< iter Republic and of the canal company have
been somewhat In conflict, and it was diii to Mln
Ister Rodrigues'* protest thai the Nicaragua Canal
bill was i ? ined In the 8 naV This. In turn.
ed a question as to the status of Mlnisti r Rod?
rigues, Congrei ? ? _ i ?- ...??.!.-/? ! th< Greatei
Kepiibll . Ing Xtcarugua, Sa vndor and Hon
appointment o) Captain Merrj ns
? : Si ?? - Mli ;-?' r to thr. ? o ? Central
tmerl an governments and the objection to him
lorities ol the Greater ttepgbllc, have
?a; . -, situation In the mean
time Cartnln Merry I m suspended his departure.
Th? arrr tl of Minister Roarlguei doubtless will
? ?? th? attitude ol ihe Greater Republic u>war<
ilerrj ..- veil as the status of Minister
. ? .' : -on.
?
/.?o) u u / nnixa ix copf.su \qex.
UARRIAGE OF PlGNCE CHARLES OF BWEDEN TO
PRINCESS INGEBORG OF DENMARK,
? penhagen, Aug. -' The Princes? ;
Charlotte Frederica, second datighter of the Crown
rlstlan of Denmark, was married al .
o'clock to-day, in the palace chapel here, to Prlnci
Charles, Duke of Wcstgothland, ?hir.l son of King
r 11 of Norway ind Be len, In the ; ? ??
. ? of memo? rs of th.' I ?anlah
and Swedish royal families, the Dowager Emprest
of Russia and the Princesa of Walei Thi cltj
was profusely decorated In honor of the young
< ouple, and the peopli rded them an et
astlc reception. The Princess was born In 1171 and
the Prlivci was > orn In 1861.
?
FRF.8B Ol'TRAOE BY MOROCCO PIRATE8.
THET ATTA' K A PORTrGVESE BARK AND CAT.RT
OFF THE CAPTAIS AND FOt'H BAILORS
Madrid, Aug. 27. Th.- Portuguese bark Rosita
Karo has been attacked off the coast of M iro :o
i.'. pirate? belonging to the Boceas Kabyles. Th"
pt in and four ol the crew of tb< bark wen
i (iff.
A dispatch to the Associated Prews from Valetta,
Island of Malta, on August 10, announced that In?
formation had been n elvi I I ere to the effect
that the Italian bark Flducla, Captain Raw to, from
Cas. .moula on June 4 for Marseilles, was spoken
on August II In latitude ?aVOt snd reported having
been boarded on the previous day, abreast or Cape
Baba, i>\ fourteen pirates, who fired on the crow
and ransack' <l the VI - ' '
boats? ind a seaman. At a result the Italian
: mi ni ha : ,r-i"i.-" iphed t" Moro co tit ?
:?-?? iti h a m u ol a u to Tangier unless the
men are rel< used.
A dispatch from Malaga Bpaln, or, October 9
? , ,-,\ that Moi rlsh pirates.In h ist? d
led the. French hark Corlnthe, which had lie
com? becalmed near the Island of Alhu emas, .?
Spanish prison settlement off the coast of Mot ?
T rates 1 out 'l the i -? a and t h< n pi lagi 1 -
The crew of the Spanish steamer Seville,
which went to the rescue of the Cot nth? was
fired on by the pirates, who killed t? i men
wounded foiir ar.d compelled the steamer to retlm
A Spanish gunboal ?'as senl to Moroc o t.. de?
mand th? r? !???>-" of the prisoners and the payment
of an Indemnity, as the outrage took place In
?\ ??? and a French cruiser was also
for thi ? ? pose
?
D.4!MG? FOR sll/.n? 8EAI.ER8.
Tin: BRITISH ARGUMENT HEART) BY Tit;: COM?
MISSION AT HALIFAX
Halifax, N. 8., Aug !? -The Behring Be? <'^mmis
tlon resumed its seasloni to-day The arg ? ???
a as open? l by F. Pet? i ? ? ilf of the British
rnment. Th- groin..] taken bj Mr Peter* was
thai the I'nlted States did not ? /? i
Ihe s.- ilei ? for Its 11 va ue r 1 an) re il
tut to prevent thi rarrj Ing on of the -? \]
Inesi by such v< --? Is. This, it was ' i n< I,
was don? n th? face of a promise given by the
Ci ted Btat? - ? it a i irr? e of th? seizures ..:
l-1?; would not tak- olace. This promise had not
:,.. n -?-. r\. .1. He further clalme I on 1m
15 ernment relmbuts?ment for all damages arising
:i.in loss by ?i-'>-i" ?:h? cat
I .- la ?? i ontrntloi ;- strongly llsptired by the
I'nlted States representative? 1 : h sides have ted
many eases on thin point, and the lat ??? pan ol Mr.
Poters'a addres? was wholly taken ip . establish?
ing It.
CEREMOXY IS PH?SIX PARK.
I T1TK Dt'KE ANT? Dt'CHESS OF TORR PRESENT
SEW COLORS TO BRITISH REGIMENTS.
Dublin, Aug. T. The Duke and Ducheai of York,
In Phonlx Park, this morning i.it? Ines
to the ': : Battallo : ol the Royal F isillei
: i B mal ? n ol the i: : >t v rkshlre R? h n i ???
at : the l-t Battalion of th? King's Own York
'' shit? Regiment. The I.oil Lieutenant of \n ? :.
- . ? o i< ?? i i logan and l/itil H
; ol < 'anda iar, ' 'omn inder i| the Forces n Ir?
; th? latt? ? s si ;tf ii i i lousands of spoi ? not a? ??
. the lattei remaining throughn
mi n In spite o the fa that a drei
I The Imk.- of Vork made a short bul .
pri i:< speech to th? troopi?
?
POSTOFFICE BLOWS II' BY OYSAMITE.
Dublin, Aug. JT. The postofllce al Laneborough,
I . w n bio an up by dj n imite al 1
o'clock this ? .? The front of th? b illdlng
wai destroyed, bui nobodj was injured.
?
CEI 1. ILOXUKORS I / POT SU I If.
Pol lam Au ?7 The King of Slam, a ho ir
? terdnj ? venlng, and v. ho was ri
celved with every mark of hon? r :.-. Rmperor Will
Inm, previous to taking un hl? resldenc? ni the Pal
? placed a wreath of flowers this morning upon
the tomh o! the late Emperor Frederick of Ger?
ma ny.
ARMY '// 1 Vf,7> l PPRO} in It) rill Ql EEX.
i.mi,(1 in Aug Tl The Que n has approved of the
appointment of General Sir Evelyn Wood, Quartet
master-General lo the Forcea, to succeed <!
Sir Red vers Buller as Adlutant-Gmeral the an
tm< i.i to k > Into eff? ct In Octol.?
Georg? Stewart White ?ill succeed General Wool
a- Quartern iater-( !? n? ral.
?
GREECE ASKED BOW \IVCB sin; CAX .'i ?'.
Athena, Aue Xi Th? Powers bav? aaked Nr.-?-..
to state the im lunl - ic Is iblc ?-. ?.,. ., .
.e Turl .: lemnlt. , d ? , met -
lion the revenue, she can isalgn to guarnnte? thi*
a h? le amount.
FIRRD ON Till" TURKISH COMMANDKR
Can*?. Crete, Aug n Tlw Inaurgmta on
Wedneaday last fir?-?i on DJevad Pacha, thi earn
mander of lb? Turkish forcea In Crete, whua he
u is outside of Suda, compelling him to abandon
his intention of vl.-ltlng the fortress of laeedeg
YO CHAXOE /Y 8PAXI80 POLICY.
GENERAL AZCARRAOA ANNOUNCM FELL
CONFIDENCE IN WKYLim
Madrid, aur 17.?General Atcarragm, the Spanish
Prpmirr. nt tin- Cabinet Council over which be "???
?Ided last nUht declared th. Government would
follow iti th.- footsteps of th.? lata Premier, Sartor
Canovas i el Caatlllo.
Continuing, General Aacarragi announ?wd that
th?- Governmenl had full confldanee In Captain
General W'.yl. r*? political and military conduct of
affair* In Cuba. Personally, the Premier was aware
that the Ipsurrectlon m Cuba was approaching an
end, and I? the L'nlted State? made ani demonatra
? i >n. '.. remarked, which he hoped would not he the
? - . Spain or ou Id do her duty.
The Premier closed ins s|.rh by appealing for
ih? ton l-wlll ol all i".m?.-rv itly? ?.
Se?or Banasta, th? Liberal leader, has malo a
fresh declaration on the political situation, He
says n Is dallv growing ?ors.- m Cuba and con
Mnues serious In the Philippine Island* Se?or
Sagasta is rendy t.. appl) autonomy to Cuba, and
expr?s*)* the i..-i|*f that thi Mhernla will aaatime
i ow? r - arid r than expe "ted.
rtef?rrlng to the possibility of a riMn?: in favor
of Don Carlo?, the pretender to th.- Spanish throne,
Beflor Saga ?ta asserts that the Carllats ?re already
?-.I for a ilsin?: ami are only ?waiting a false
step upon the part of the Oovcrnmeni or a favor?
able wrtunity to take ap arms
-?
GENERAL WOODFORD TO LEAVE PARI8.#
HE wiu, MEET Tin: QUEEN RE IEXT OF ?PAIX
AT san SEBASTIAN.
Washington. Auk. .' General Woodford, Minis?
ter to Spain, lias informed the State Department
that he will lear? Paris on August II for Sai
Sebastian, where the Queen Regent la ?pending
the summer.
Recent report? from Spain said that th.- Queen
Regent would not receive the new Minister until
sin- returned t.. Madrid, bu tin- stat. Department
has been an ire for -nine time that he would h
received at Ban S?bastian, unless th? Queen con?
templated returning to Madrid soon after his ar?
rival in Spam. It has been unusual to r?
foreign Ministers where courts have not be?
'abllshed, nnd no court has been maintained at Sat
Sebastian. Cushing ..? l Lo?-ell were rec? i'ed
resorts outside ol Madrid, hut royal courts had
been established.
While there has been no apparent hurry bj fien
?ral Wood ford t.. rench his destination, yet ihe
fa.-t is apparent that he would noi go lo B i
Sebastian to be received out of the ordlnarj
torn onlees it h;h felt thai he ought soon to
to carrj out his Instructions as t.. the policy of
th.- t'n.t..l Btati retarding; Cuba. As soon as hi
?s r. elved h< will !.. In a position to open negotla
...:? th? Spanish Minister of Foreign At
it reci - v.- lilm as Minister until he
had i ? .n i- ? \ ed by ihe sovereign
?
A HAVANA PAPER FINED US.
Havana, Aug :?; The "Diario di la Marina" has
beei lined 1123 for printing an editorial headed:
"Those We? ping Those [<aughlng."f
-?
LOOKjpUT FOR THE DAUNTLESS
Washington, Aug. XI. Th State Department hi
? received nformatlon that I i ? i ' ?
li m ar i? about to lit oui a Plllbusterli ? expedition
fr im s,i. mi ah, Oa. The umial '? I gf ims to Gov?
ernment offl'dals to be on the watch foi her ! i
;... n sent
?
noi.n /1 \> /\ i \m. PF.nr.
\ HOSTILE FORCE OF six Rt'XPREtl MEN PNDER
??-?.ink:. PANDO i KO?WEfl THE FRONTIER.
Lima. P< r i. Aug 27. Color.? Pai lo, I !
with a for ?? f aix i lr< l men has Invad? I
l?? rv I in pi ivl ? of .-' india.
7 lio \LPIXh at //?/.> KILLED.
t.'iST THEIR UVES WHILE Aft'EXPIXO THE JI'NO
PR M a T? It'RIBT Ht'RT.
Berne, Aug. 17 Two guides were kill? I ani
Austrian tourist was seriously Injured reeentlj
while attempting the ai the Jung iu
thrown iver a preclpl ??? by Ihe ? ?
?i on cornice.
FRA\CE EXULTAXT.
a Firma wn/nMi: for presidext im iik on
His RET? l'A PIBCt'BSIXO Till: "ALI4AXCE."
S' Petersburg, Aug XI It wa? ?eml-ofllcially nr.
neun.-. .1 to-day that the conference between the
i": ... v. Minister for Foreign Affair?, M. Hanotaux,
.,-,.1 the Russian Minister for Foreign Affairs oc
curred tir<t In the presence of the ? 'z.ir and after?
ward In the presence of President Paure, It Is
added that the result? ar-- mo?l satisfactory for
th.- interests o? France and Ruaala and for th?
pene nf the world.
Paris, .Vu.- 27 The Government haa decided thi
all the public buildings of this city and .-ill the
Government offices are to he derorated with Hags
by Tuesday next in honor of the return from Rus?
sia of l'resld? nt F ture
'1 he .ift.-rnooi n< s/spapers continuo printing ? \
ulti nl articles on the generally i.>pted anno
nu nt of the alllan ? between Franc? und Rusi
Th.- "Temps" says that th. return of the Presi?
dent to Paris wrlll be it. the nature of ? triumph il
. ntrj Into the c > It
Th.- "pitr..-" urges thai the occn?!,.n of the Pr ?
Ident's return be celebrated by public lltun i I
frmn this city to tie ?. in it haml.f France.
Th? '.I..nr" also .isks thai great public rejoicings
I?, organized to celebrate th? return of Presiden'
i in from Russia.
The "R i : ? " I? Inclined to believe that I
"alliance" m? mi Russia's support of France In
? ? ? enl tbe latter att< mpting to r.quer
Alsace and Lorraine fr..ni Germany. On this sub?
ject t.,.- 'Rappel" -ut The a., ir nf i- ? iratl n i
anoiit t,> :? riae. Alsace and Lorraine will .
i ? igain and th? great peace spoken Of on
hoir.! th." Pot hua u will ?.. nullt on th? shatter? i
di : : ? of Power? fo indi I oi hrute :
"Oaulois" says of the mentioning of the
?? o r d i "Such ? i n p x p re i ? i - i ?
rted In the toast for nothing. It m nt no mere
verbal Sourlxh. There never are ft urlshes In
the Czar's toasts, und ?re can only n. in it the
..;;l iii.) Inspiration of tne ; 111 ?.- ? t -.-."
The "Soleil" remark- "8 met rts - 'hanged In
i th>. world to-day, The Franco-Russian al
; m.ik-- It* app trance is a great force in the
! worl Ps International polli
Th.- "Radical" says: "We drenme<l of nn alliance
f.r a revenge nnd ??? have an alliance ;'..r peace
We mus? bid farewell t.. our patriotic hopes.**
The "Autorit?," however, takes a different view
of th? 'i ?? lion, naylng: "Ai'.r th? Czar' refer
. -i i ? i 'r..' i m ! equl y.' it I - no lo ger forbid?1en
thai Fran .? should think of Alsa(*e and Lorraine."
[/Oi Ion, Aug '? "The Time?*?" Paris corre
s;. : leni leelare? that a definitive treaty has
actuall) ? -? ?'? by a eurioua ilatrtbutlon ol
parti -n Russian soil and on French soil, o I
?peak, the dec? of the French cruiser Pothuau.
It u it th? to i-t- propose I al the hat qu? ?
on the ci il er wen di iwn up al Wednesday's con
[erenci g M Han itaux, Ihe French
Foreign Minister, to renoun >? .-,.. intention of re
? g in i: . i fot a !? w iiiys after Pr?
?
Th? Czai -?? r< ?? ? ? t? --1 M Faure with two mast?
;,..i I;.--, n arl a green ?gate Hyznntlne
vas? and i red agate desk ornjmeni, i..th mount? I
In
The Pzarowltch, the Grand-Duche?? Xenla ind
the Grand-Duke* Nicholas and Alexander t? ?
graphed their complimente to President Faure from
\:. ia? Turnan.
?
FJM.Vi i: COXSIDERIXO 1 BIG M I V.
London, Au? XI. "The Financial Newa" says the
pre] h Cabinet is considering floating a loan ol
., ... ,... it3On.Mi0.000) in n% p-r cent bonds, partly
f .| ih? red mptlon of the floating debt, and partly
f,,r the r< truetloi >f tie French i. i\ y
*
SilUGf?LEn TOBACCO 0\ 77//' AU.IAXCA.
Colon, Colombia, Aug 27 Six -'ij-s land? I here
from the at? mei Alllanca, which were supposed to
?; lai . and prints, wr.- found, upon examina?
tion by the custom? aut rttles, i ?? filled with to?
bacco of ex?tellent quallt) md fhey ?rere tela??,] i\
the officers. The Impon dutle? on toba o ?re \-r-,
high._
}>}t. VOS HOLLEREX'S tXSTRVCTlOXS.
li.-rlin. Aug. ??. Dr Von H lieben, th? newly ?p
polnted German Ambassador to th.- l'nlted States,
,ke with him to '-\ - . in ?peel t! Instruc
itter?, with iron ,? arg im? ms In
?uoport of the German protest ignln ? Dlngley
1.14.
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RAVAGES "/ Thi: PLAGUE IXCREAStXG.
Bombay, Ans J7 \ Ivlcea from Pin.? are ??, ? .
eff? cl that Ihe ra? ?g? i i I Ih? ; on! nlagui gre la
ig ??. t lousl], and the K h k ??? Bai isr ha been
? ? entirely. Professot Haffiilne, ?... son?
I the disease In ? mild form whtla on
? foi the dl.-.-o\.r> of a preven
? ? foi is Inoculating the i.pie at Kirke- win,
the preventive virus A detail of .fn.'.-rt .in<l men is
conducting * house-to-house visitation :n the div
The Segregation Camp !? fill and the Cantonment
Camp haa been reopened.
P?TOFF UNTIL WEDNE8E
mil LOWS nomination pf.ferrei
DEFERENCE To THE BROOK?
LYN COMMITTEE
THK tTKION MAT ''." INTO THE ANTI TAM:
CONFERENCE, BUT ONLY ON THE l'S'Pl
tTANBlNG THAT MR. LOW IP ITS MAT
ORALTT CANDIDATE BROOKI.TM
I iMMITTEE'S ACTION.
The action taken at the meeting of the B
lyn Committee o* Fifty on Thursday nicht
felt yesterday at the meeting of the confei
committees, which had been called for in?
Hoom No. 329 of the Mutual Life Bulldli
Nassau and Liberty stf?. It had beten >'X1"
that yesterday's meeting would be attend
committees representing the Cltlxens Union
silled organisations in the flvo boroughs ol
Greater New-York, but les* than twenty
attended the meeting, and they represente?
Cltlxens Cnlon mainly, although there we
few delegates from Bi.klyn, Richmond ?'"
and Queens C? unty. They resolve thems?
Into a Joint Committee on Municipal Non
lions, and then decided t" wall a little longo
fore going ahead with nominations, in defer
to the feeling cit the Brooklyn repr?sentai
who lmd instructions from the Commltte
Plftj Those present were:
M inhattan James R. Reynolds, John B. 1
Jos ph Lai.rao and J? ? i B Erhardt,
Brona .lohn K. Bustla and Charles B. Mi
Brooklyn Alexander E orr.
Qu? us John W. Weed, John E. Meyer, .Ta
A i ?? nw :ck and Mr. Silvert
Rlchmi ta1 Russell Bleecker, Ooorgo I. c,r
Held. John M. Carore, Ralph McKec, Frede
W. Janssen.
?T ? i'h Lar tejue acted as chairman and 1
w w." ! as s,. retary.
Mr Orr, representing the Brooklyn Com?
tee of Fifty, explained that Its special Com
i.n Conference, having failed to make the
port, but being certain of <! Ing so on Tues?
the . mmlttee advocate a delay until W?rdi
i as a -n itt? r ' courtesy. All the men p
?'? expressed themselves In favor of the n?
nation nf Beth Low for Mayor, and some of
Citizens I'nlon men appeared to lie eager ti
ahead and nominate Mr. Low at the meel
Mr. Orr spoke f the action of :h- Rrooli
i ' >mn Ittet .f Plftj and asked for delay u
representatives of his committee had t.n
? nee a Ith Mr. Quigg and the repp m :
:i\"S nf other anti-Tammany organisations.
his request the following resolution was i
senl d bj .1 "'l lt. Eihardt and paaaed:
It-solved, That, In compliance with 111 * ? : iue*
. ?.mmlttee, the Joint < 'ommlttee
Mu ripai Non Imitions ad otirns, to n el In i
j,:,,' t> on w ' dnei -' ? mber I, at 12 o>|
up. in : he ttn? I letlon si
then i ? i.ik'-.i m i. - .ml to ' ! ?? nomination o
: ? foi ? ? M oralty.
WAITING I"?'It THE BROOKLYN COMMITT1
The rnei ting .-!? IJ >urned Immediately. As ;
i |ue \\;is lea' Ing the ro ?m he expressed
belief that Mr. Low would be nominated
Wednesdaj. .lames B. Reynolds said:
?if we had nominated Mr. Low to-day,
action would have l.n talon withoul the v
of the Brooklyn committee. Therefore we si
fdelay the nomination until next Wednesd
^Meanwhile the Brooklyn committee will hi
1 power to vote with ns. The committee wlsl
to show courtesy lo the invitation of the i
, I'l'.i'iati- ' ' confer m-x' Monday night, and
1 that reason it decided to delay matters, if
attention had been paid to the Im Itatlon
confer, it w itild have been construed as d
courteous and as not acting In the proper spli
Th mi mben f the committee wished to sh
that they are no! antagonistic to a conferen
but yon will note they agreed to confer only
the basis of the acceptance of Mr. Low as
candidate. The vote In favor of this was L,s<
' 7. and was th-Mi made unanimous. It could
seen clearly thai the committee was fur .\
: and the l< lay In Riving power to nomina
j t.mi was due to tl ? Invitation from the Repu
i rill be a si.lal m? etlng of t
? Executive Committee of the Citizens Union
! Monda) af tern .ion to consldei Mr. Quigg's I
! vitatlon. We ? ?uld only confer In the sat
way the Brooklyn committee will, that is. I
basing our ace? lance upon the conslderatl
that Mr Lou Is our i indldate "
l"h" Tammany Home Rule Democracy,
which County Clerk Henry I >. Purroy la t
chief, will lie among the organizations tobe re
: ? nted al " ' onferen? ?? ai the Hotel Manha
tan, called by Congressman Quigg for Mondi
. next Presid? ni Purroj said >? tterda
l j pst? r laj r.? ?? i Mr. Qulg
, and I ha'- e ? pi as man) of our diatri? I lead?
, a possible. They all agr.1 thai it would
I wise to hav? oui organization rep.ented at tl
i conference, and accordingly ! advised Mr. Qui|
that I ? ill att? t; I.
"S,, r,ir a ? latloi pi n? d, all I ca
my at pre?? it w hile it Is a f ict thi
the quarrels of the !;? ?; iiblican organlsatl m ai
Citizens Cnlon ha' Injured the antl Tat
cause, I hav? ' i i and I st
lielieve, thai within a shori time there will !
lid uni' n of all the for? es i pp m d to tl
extena n Pheehanism in the Greater Ne?
York ierrll ? 'ti thi candidate best qualified
?:;?? , fl fht."
Mi: CREEVEY'S LETTER,
Chairman Creevey of the Brooklyn Commltt?
senl a letter yesterday accepting the InvRatlo
??: Chairman Quigg to the Kings County oi
ganlxatlon to take part In the antl-Tamman
? i-, n ??? at Manhattan I i ? ? t ? l nexl M aula
: Ing. 'i he notlci able tone of i om illatio
adopted by Chairman Creevey In his commun
? ition to Chairman Quigg induced many Indi
pendent Republicans, at m ?II as numerous Ri
publicans rthoaremem era of the clt) organiza
tlon, to believe that the moderate men In th
Citizens l i:."ii would not permll any i.: advise
a. lion. Tl e i. of New \ rk Cll . ; ?
lleai ? fact lonal ties, s.u. en I) ?!?
union nf anti-Tammany votera "i? ??: t?. k?? t a?
' ceptable to In 1? p? nient Republicans and Inde
pendent Democrats alike Mr. Creevey'a lette
to Congressman Qu ?? [ 1' Heating, as it w.t
undersl.1. a strong purpose to bring about a
anti-Tammany alliance In the coming cam
palgn, was heartily applauded by .?.!,? ? ? advo
? H. s nf reform on both sides of the river, re
I ardlcs. of p.dltl? al affiliation*
Mr. fr-?? vey's letter follows:
August |7. IW.
T1'.- Hum. i. m a l E '.' ? Cha rm in Ri publi ?it
County C mmlttee, No I Mid i-ave., New-Vori
Cl:y,
Hear Sir: The Brooklyn Committee of Fifty ac
t and wit it ot ? voice your cour
>. .. invitait? ti to me? I In ? onf? r? nee on th? BOt
inm ne! i\. leslgnat? '? n their rnpresentatlv?
at s', h " lessi i! r im R S;. ??<.. an
Henry W, Maxwell. 1. gentlemen rill -\
pi.. - ? illy th? ' of our org mizutlon
Ver) truly yours, JOHN K CREEVEY.
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CRVDf. oil- TO LAY TUE DV8T.
Tilt: PENNSYLVANIA COMPANT HAS PEEN EX
PERIMENTINd ? ITH SCCCBSS.
Philadelphia, A tig 27. The Pennsylvania Railroad
' Company Intends lo sprinkle crude oil et> varloui
parts of It* roa l ? I ta prevent the rising ot
e of complaint to all
..-.i- of ra ' ?' number of years.
1 Early in the ?? iaon Ih? ???, in)
mentfng wil rlnkllng of "II on the West
.!. i ? i: : . ..l From the start the plan b n
proved a sue esa, and it hu .a found that on
' ? is which .il c m,..-. i of gravel it will keep
down t ? l i- well a I irn off the water
The success th? ezpertmeni ha? met with on the
West Jersej in ! a ishor? R lilt i ! has led the
iny of the road.
During the . t-t fe? day* the oil-tank s;>r:nkllnn
cir- have '"'?i doing w.>rk on the Delaware Dl
mut . ill) l isty, ow tig to the
an h -' i Th? i i ha?. Ing the roa i
he.i be ween ?: Ulm t.- ind V?a hington similarly
:i. it. :
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MAIXK'A \Tir CHIEF JV8TICE.
Lewtstoa M< . Aug R a dispatch to "The i*.w
!??'?.a Journal" from lugusta saya: "Oovernor
1 1'i.wi-rii has nominate,! Hon John A. PttCfl us
[ Chief Justice of the Supreme Court."
TIED TffKfIf VICTIM'S LBQ8.
TOUTHFUL HIOHWAYIfBN TAKI ADVAM
TAOE OF A MAN ABSORBED IM
A BASEBALL STORY.
Mrrrla Or. is. thirty-six yean old. of No. 12^ :
Rlvlngton-at., Is a baseball crank. The (Irai thing !
he does when he arises ... h morning is to get his ]
p per and turn t., th.- page'd voted to ?port?. All
day .it his work Or is discusses the relstlve merits :
of th?- various team? ind argues the possibility of
Sew-York winning the pennant. According to his
custom, last night, when tin- baseball edition? of ,
tin? afterntjon p.p.!- appeared on the street, Orels
it oi ? .1 one, Hi uld not wait until
le- got home, bul rushed ;.ir the nearest linn,
hi s , .1 reading the ?core New-York ?
on hoi. and 'ir. is ?raxed enthusiastic.
While h<> was reading he failed to notice two
boy? creeping stealthily along in the sha.l
owa toward Mm. One had ??. piece of olothi
ind Mi.- other had a re? ilver, whl h gltatened \
t:..- light of the ?.um... Th? boy with the line crept
behind Oreli and quickly lied his lega ? g? I i? r with
? le rope, Grela was so ibsorbed In his K.?n-..- of
I'm!; that th.- lad? were not noticed. Tl..- lad then
m ? tV'ii t 1.1 :i the man'? uni-, ind 1
brought Orel* to tl - ? ? -. ? A; ilrst he thought t!
vero merely playing trick?, hut when the oi
with th.- revolver pointed it m his face and toil
him to "Shell out yei tl k. r. er I'll let \.r lam,.
go on." he changed his mind, With -i quick mov?
h? kn ?, k .I th.- pistol fi mi the hoy's hand. The
lad then m ids a grab for his -a ?' It, but mlsaed it.
'" ?? ither boy, who had been tr< In? to pinion
tir.-is's arm-', managed to get the watch, hut Orel?
rhl him by th.n ir,
In his .[Tort to hold ill? lad. nnd becauae of his
elng shackled, he lost his balance and fell
over, hit t?,- boy wenl with him. The two strug?
gled around on the pavement for some minutes
until Policeman Knowles, of the Delancej ?t. sta?
tin, rppeari I.
He caught one of the youthful highwaymen, but
the other ?- I its ij The boj who was caught de?
scribed himself as "Sammy" Bavlnsky, fifteen
>. ars old, and said he lived ?1 So 164 Del
>t. He would not t.-ll his companion's name. When
q i. m loi ed by the poll ?? ni to the name ol
lad he Indignantly repll? tl that he ????
r, ? hat peach? s on me i al
fir? . When !.. inw th? boy In the hands of the
! . man, ? ???!< his |ai kkalf? from his ,
t the cord I Then he |
paper -l ipped it icross hi? !<:?? ?
. - to g? i i he dirt off. smooth? d it out, ?n '
:?? umed hli - He ? is I.: l to know all
? ? int b ill game
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KILLED BY VOUXTAIX DESPERADOES.
\ ;i THER - i" SENATOR PRITPHABJ) AXD Ills" |
' ? PITT ?HERIFF ROTH l'ATAI.I Y WOfNDl
ittanooga, Vug XI (Sp? I) \ telegram from
ind, V. ?'.. that Sheriff I'rit -hard, o'
? II County, a brother oi United Btntes Senator
... is killed m a battle with d< -; ?
fternoon. IL- had a warrant for the
K Ciarland and i man nam? i
,\ i are knowi : - rnte ch iract? ra
.-\ Rlalo k an l another off! ? r th
f wenl ? - rresl ime U|.
Mi? raci from Cloud
Iheri a tierce right took ; la ?
oil ers called upon the men to surrender, but they :
I to lo so The hri I
ind he fell from IiIh hors, mort iiiv
wounded. with four shots In him. Deputy Blalock
ipon th.- party, wounding Garland. A number
ot.i \\.\- tir? d I'ri- hard w is can : I
to a i irmhouse about vhei he was
' l by .i doctor, but he dl< 1 In a f? ?r hours, i
Denutj Klalock an? fatally wounded. Monroe
Oarland nre both wounded, t!.. latter badly,
ire still at large.
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I BICYCLE RACE IX VADI80X-AYE.
fOMMOTION CACHED HY A TOCXO MAN OVER A
WHEEL ?'MAT was NOT His AFTER ALL
William Bailey, a nice-looking young man, of
S -i' way, lo.it his I rcle some t Ime last
? ng. He left I it the > urb In the vicinity of
Thlrti? ? ? exact lo at Ion of the place he
Is uncertain about, and when be returned ins wheel
waa missing. He borrowed another and went out
in search of the thief He went up on.- street and
down -mother carefully ?crutinktlng each wheel
Bailey is imbued with the bellel that every wheel?
man has an intuitive feeling ibout ids wheel
ever he la near II He had thai feeling when, In
M dison-av? . ni ir Forty-fourth-it., he beheld
Wllll 'in Ahern, at ........ ,;. j !iy til..
olida ted Oas Company, who Uves it No. MB
i '!..-??.--.., coming towai ! him on i wheel, He ex
: the v. ':? ? i i ha? Ah? rn i id? as best he could,
and felt certain that it was Ins lost and touch?
ed n ?. i hou rh i hi ri w< re some appur
es wanting, whl h, he reasoned, wer? re
nun ed to avoid deti ctlon.
"Say, you fellow, stop there!" shouted Bailey to
"Y>s, ni ?top aber nit!" shouted Ahern, as he
made the p< dal? go t ister
Baile) tlu'i "A ?homing "Stop
? and other i hin? 8 ?ihern ? i - -
P ,- lik' the w :n.I. ? htm ? ime B ill? y and a
mob of wheelmen, who ereatrd a ^rr. il .
m itlon ? Ith their shouts, It ? i - an ? xc ;
. v whe? '.m in In th? t. ? started
In the !:.--?-. -o i ch ince to p? dal up a
It was a llvi I one or two p<
w ho w? re sli w ii of the w?)
i n no oie v. i i Injui ? ?!. Th?
?
I! -..!. Policeman Remington, who was it Thirty
th-st. and M.ull
,n,,l i.. headed off Ahern and placed him un
ii rest II- took him to i
followed by a loi of win At
tatlon
it his,
? MeDermntt, who w is on the .!.??!<, read
i homllj on h.- ra -".?
? \ . ? Id Ah? rn that i g.l
, i -. ? '.> le)
"I'd ruler punch hin ! ' II go to Luv,"
tenilo i ?v .'.-in irk? d Ahern.
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DEATB RODE WITR TBE PARTY.
A t-AR ROLLfl DOWN A MOI'XTAIX ?IDE IN
OEOROIA, FATALLY IN'' RIXO POl'R PER.SOX?.
Chattanooga, Aug T, tSpeclal) A thrilling acci?
dent took place to-day at the Dade coal mine?, sit
i. ited across San?! M uni iln, In Geoi
ii>., mile? from here. .\ part) of official? and oi
were t i tour '??-??? tlon and h.nl t,i cro
mount ? ' ? 'r "?'? ? ?'? ? i runs
to the min? s.
There were six persons aboard the small car.
W ? 'i the top .if the n i wa .? ed 1
ft 1 track and rolled down the
? iv mir. .1 feet
pani ? ? ? ! ? tl .?nt and four of t
? V f. i 'onnor, of this I"-, t -
l< nt Brock, were
..... . ...
? ;. - ?' ?
i yotini d) from At
and a Bt. Louis capltallHt by the name f W,
were ..'- I The engli ?? Is a v ?
A sin;.II rh tr runs Ju?t bei ? ? where
the engine Inn I? d, ind if II had rolle ; tw i
furt h. r it would have gone ov r t e bank i to I
? I ter
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IXTERESTED LORD S 1/ 1SBI BY.
? OHIIirg ALLECED TO HE BI'FFERED BT A
LITTLE ENOLISH 'UK t..
Madera, Cal., Aug XI Atout f ,?r years ago
there ramo to this country from u k Ferry, Eng?
land. Mr. and Mr?. Bdw ird A. Tu
came a little u'irl. daua . o( their BnglUii
:.. ighhors, n imed Kmm i Dai Is The T
i one of the fin? rds In Ihe vi. Inlty.
th? y took n of this property little
Km ma Davis ha.? It - irged, been practlcall)
. i-si i\ ..is- reel: !??. ;-. allowed to g i off
the prel ? .
the \ Ine) rds by the of mi n Ir ,< . ?
? ?? iv. .1 no ?
Brji ? ? sul ier? si? d hin - II in i le
matter at the req M ? . bury
ami the Sheriff ol the i ounty, ' ? , ,? ,;,'
?. nt to th? Tu'.:- pi ?? for ihe girl, but ?
nhe had l-e. i- -plrii. ,1 away. She Ih ui p ? -. rl
In Fresno, and th? Sherlfl will trv t,. find her and
. nd her bs? k to i In? ?and
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IV I Ml l/'/'l IV0.1I I vs in: Mil.
RlMClDE 1\' THE TOt'Xa U"Mi:\'s .m??
as.-'' MATti IX H? MB A f W I ?RCI
Worcester, Mas?., Aug n -Mr-, n. ?m., j <t
K? - ne N H commltt? i sul Ide ?| the v, ung
Women'a ?'iiristim tssoclaUon Horn?' her?
She a found <t
wtth nil tin- (i,,..r< ?nd windows of lor room
I ? one i-'.is bun ? r turne i m Bha ? ,a
here Is I night frpm Rutl nd, N. is? ? ? re
. ,?? i. ita) inc ? ith a man . ,i j,',...
?? foil w? i h? r ; f, ,.
she hi.i goni iw n- without warning, and ih?
II) feared some harm She had been despondent
for son}* time Mrs Tafl was married quite \.i.in<
erarated from her husband about .-:r;ht year?
aajo,
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Amateur Photoaraphara win find ?vary recuisit?.
at Roekwood'a, i.ito Broadway, near Hth.-(Advt,
MINERS WANTED HIS LIFE.
ON'i: MAN PREVENT! THE LYNCHING OP
A KEORO NEAR KINGSTON.
KB ALONE had CAPTURED THE BKOTB WHO HAn
AMAULTRTJ A UTTLE CJIHL AND ATTf.Ml'TKl)
Tin: BAMC CRIME TWI< B aftkrwarh
Kingston, K. Y., Aug. TT fasaesj nepew. a
negro, waylaid two little K\ru, daughters of
Micha-i Doody, this morning, in the woods at
Hickory Bush, a mining village six mil? from
here. The o?d ?? Ri,.? ,.u.r;in Dep?w ar.,i escaped,
but her six-year-old sister was caught by him
and brutally outraged lier condition Is seri?
ous.
Depew has l,een captured and I* now in Jail.
H.- was taken by James i:. Bradley, of Roaen?
'It1-, a Special ? iff!? ??,' \:i-.. fnls afternoon. In the
Hreenk:!! wood?, Where he was hiding. He mad?
a tier... right for liberty, and it v.us only after a
desperate Struggle that ho was Anally over*
powered aid handcuffed. Alone the officer took
his pris..,,..,- t.. Rouendale and arraigned him
hefore Polle? Justice Brown, who committed
him to jai;.
The news of the negro's arr^t spread au^kty.
and when th- officer ?merged from t!v? v;iiag??
courtroom with his prisoner an angry mob had
gathered utslde, and threats of ?vnrhin? wm
heard on all sides, a h art? murmur as-.se
from the crowd as the negro and hi.? captor
started for the station, and the crowd irhlch
hid t..,, j,,i?..,i by many partie?, .f armed
"??i,i.nt miners surged about the taro man with
shouts of joy that th.- negro had been f uni
The officer drew his revolv -r and sh .uted that
he would sho.it any man that dared lay handi
on th ? pr s mer. Th- crowd followed him to the
station quietly. Th. re ?as a nisi, ; , ;. ;n an
endeavor ;> .ra:n possession of the n.gro hut
Bradley frustrated the attempt and gained the
Ins le of the station, where h.> remained with hie
prisoii.-r until the train .'.une whWh brought
him I.ere. Depew is ni W in the Kingston Jail.
Mamie I.ly, th<- negro's victim, is detlrloog
? '? bul her .hath la n..t apprehended it
-.-.as about lu ,,, lo, y, thla morning when she aid
her ei,1er s.st.-r were wandering about th- : ^
back ..t then- in... . , hing for berries. The
negro spied them and gave chase The older
girl, being Meet ..t foot. ? scaped, bul her
sister f. il into the negro's clutches. The brute
. ? I In i- thr "it w ?th his hands as she ?creamed
and choked her. Tl.. elder girl, hearing lar - ~
ter's cries, retra ed her steps. She bore th. un
eoi ? Iojis child to the housi
\. h the news of til.- outrage was circulated
in the community hundreds ??: emeni n
left their wo k and, arming themselves, started
after tin negro, declaring that if they caught
him they would bang him. Through the hills
ul Hickory Bush th.- party scattered, and
th'' w.is for s?vi rai unies were thoroughly
hed.
Tie- negro made his way across th" hills to
l: k i. i. a ! 'tl- settlement on the Delaware
?i 1 Ilia!-', Canal, bs k of th.- .-"mint kilns.
There he saw ? group "f children picking gp
firewood. Running toward them, he seised the
Rtnallesi girl, Ni Ca ic, and threw her to
th<\ground. Th." child'.'- companions made such
an outcry that la- feared ?!? t< i tlon an !
A short dlstai iway by a spring ?a.- Mrs.
owen Murray, and tin- negro, when be reached
the spring, also attempted t- assault her, hut -lie
defended herself -?> well that he was repu I
The husband of Mis. Murray tried to -leu; the
negro after his arrest, but was disarmed by the
officer.
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THREW 1 IfATCH ISTO l HAYMOW.
AND WHEN HI! WIFE AND OTHER! CAME NEAR j
HI THREATENED TO KIM. THEM.
Pougl v v. Aug. 2: ?s ?? : il) r?nid
Haggertj of Poughkeepale's most prominent
I .r;!:LT aa attack Ol BCUte BUI l
to-day, ? ? to thi Kaggei y Nursery, and to
pr. vet ? Interf? riru- with
kept them at bay with a double-barrel!? ? -''--.i
w hile th? t! me - li'itii" I ::? r.-.-h. II. - t -? a
of R. V, H igg? rty, a ? ' tut ten years age
tnd left tils wld? n rgeat i ir? ry i u
tabllshm? nt? In the Bute. Her ton David
? ; the plant In i prosi i roua n inn? r for n
,ln,e, but i his nao h? r was Wig? l t.. t ike
Incss o it of his h inda for the ; rob ilion of
?
i ?a, nt to hut home this ' I
his a?:'? to ' ike a r. ! . B nte l. and hi I
they would to vlsil ters at
the old homi ?tea ! on l le iti klri - of the
During the i ted 1?
lie
drove ...
about thlrtj feet from I ' ? ?rn m u
led by ten large i ral
other build : ' ' *
t it.. lower part of l ? it a i
m going I with that, David 1
??'??'?
who Inl r
' ?
i,.. .;,.? . ? haymow, while
itruok
I ? ... to ? ? h .:?. Ai
h ,.,., ?burst
??TI ere I i
Mrs 'Hag ' '
? >??
... firent '?:.
I
[f youd - .III
? e
m threw
: to the
r.is going to
? ?
? Me
. - ?tal
?rere di
iLMOST STRAXOLl l> BEB FM HER.
AN Et?VEN TEAB OLD OIBL Ut INSANI
M;: efkb r OF AN OU NT.
?jrntU, Th? mas J '<??? hoe was t ? I lugh?
n years old. last
... r home. N 113 West Thlrty-th?M-st..
.? ..;.;,!. r.'.y a ? narrowly
- M her. In aa in
... ..... ..,.,, , | , ,
; arel all t?., trength that K
.: her under control, altl
. .. ful man. Afur the niri's clutch
had been shaken from her father's throat
,. , n th? fi ?r an i gave utt.-r.inc- to
i every one in the
ling.
The sudd? n ntta -k by hi* daughter was a fright
fMl ..,,,,. ;-.. ??? !.. r rather Dr. r.mldlng. Ihn
physlc(an, was called, and aft? repeated
.. i oth int. mal and by hyp at s>
.. ,,. injection, -'? ?ceded In getting the ?in outet
... r. - ? M i- SJ lin attack..1 with
a. m? ntia i her Hi ib and el-nhtng
??i a horrible manner Her crlej aroused Marly
,.,- ii, the vicinity of the house, and ???? trostlos
? i in vain An ambulant) ? i
i and the struggling utrl wag
Ink? n to Bell? ? a' Hospital.
Kehoe is i ticket ?eller at the downtown st\ti a
of the Sixth Avei I ted Railroad at Thirty?
thlrd-st a number of years igo while Um sjtrl
Margaret was playing she fell headlong, her head
a tlattron and her skull ?a> badlj crushed.
- ,\ gen to the College <>f Phystctani I
where the op< ration i ( trepanning w..*
performed, The uri rapidly lmprov??d under thu
treatment and it waa supposed that she would
(iittrely recover About three years ago, how. v.r.
I peared in be losing her memory and sh?- ?as
taken !? l>t Robert 1' Weir, who removed the
not her, ?uppoetng that the
m t i.. ? had not ?uffl ..i to allow the growth of
the l.r.-ilt:
This ,-..,i not >? '-m t. assist M rgaret ?he lost
all memorv pel calling her mother grand?
mother, and seemed to be acting as if h-r thought?
VN. ? ? i cei.-,i Beverul months ago sh.- ?;? *.-r.t
t.. ByraeuM for a reat. She returned three weeks
submit to another med? tl examination.
Veaterd \ a il th? t for the examination.
it is now ed that the ehiid has secases bs*
rurabl) insani
?
it ffoi i,in n;<>\ rii'i: HiaHF.R.
Plttaburg, Aug H S r, tary^Jos. |.h Hrown ol
the Wrought Iron Pipe Manufaciurel*' Association
I- im .ituioiinced at) a.lvance In price? of about I
p.-r cent. At a m.-cilni,' .>: tt\v organisation the
action of the Kxeeutlve Committee was Indorsed.
Tie- outlook foi' M good l>tr'l:i'-?3 tllU full U ?ell
oouraglsjg

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