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production will aggregai,? about ???MM ??? t.. this must be added the favorable vcmMbtt? ?a . f new gulchea and th? d*re?mum of ?>??"'*? ready found, but toot open?! - > a" !'> l"'?lt ?r gTea ?t producuor. ThU have be? eUmr rich strike? on Stuart ICver Hu*k,r. ???jf^gj Indian creeks, fa? none ?***??*_?. ere"he as claims on Eldorado and R -m??sa ci ? TTntli the wonderful discoveries >'f M< >'?"?? ;;, made Sound worth 10 cents to a pan within t^a/ttSS S?? of Pay dirt was conji ?Ted ^^bn^?l^fa? ?SIEBS that win ,;.,>? -?- ?hat of th. XjggtoJ^ areas of ground t? be warkj *??? ? ?;>.; ; ,. Impossible to roak? anyihita-iiK* an a ormv estimate of the m >bs bin y e .1 of the mIne Th*> ground ?; noi ft1 ?? rv* ' ?'' ',,". Se width of pay streaks varies ?*?%..,,,.,., Aita 'csryis?. Kts i'!, t iw-?'.k .-^??tb.i.V-.Hdpnpth^tik, It was not certain they would reach M*"? tnis fin. invio h event nassengara who left the Sound or the ,t< nm. r Portland as earlj ?? 96 would onl> ret ' Circle City '?. [ore n*vifa ?lor close? Thi make? It certain that bun srw?SS'?Ti "?S-2S freesea ov-r t. lid. Ol > eel? touching ai St. 5t?na"l> .ht- r,."nmcrh?v. had gr< at dIfficui V k?er.lng their cr'wa. who caught the >-o..i ?evtT verj soon after arriving. One echooner from Viatorie was entirely deserted, and he crew from captain to rook started up the in?. f,.r Klondike. Th- crew of the echooner J. M. Coleman endeavored to desert also but the at? tempt was discovered In Unte, and by the aw viav of firearms the men were compelled to re? main on duty. The mates of the s. h-.oners Jewett and Coleman and the carpenter 01 ine Sand?? were piped off at St. Michaels and departed at once for Dawson. Every vessel rrom st Micha?':'? has come away short-hana??a. in. Portland losl several of her new, but was aiv to obtain new tuen by paying high wages. ? - FORTUNE-HUNTERS LOSE THEIR LIVES. FOfR DEOWNED BT THE CAMIZINO OP A SAIL- , r \ : ? n it OTHERS RESCUED Victoria. ?. C. A .p. -?' ?J. ivterson. an Alaskan ; trader, who :? ft Dawson City on July 2. with his 1 partner. Bra II ury C ?1.. arrived h< re on the steamer ? Islander this m irnlng, they having come out to the , sal over the Lowelton trail Peterson ?ays that there are w 1 ? rich Uggii si In 1 ?? Y ;'*- ' country, but nothing to warrant the ruah that I? taking place. Henderson Creek, three mile? below ] Stewart ? ver, war. : .? :? port? 1 rl< h Btrlki been made, wsa all ataked off, I it the miners did rot record their claims, the ground noi beine >-"'?- ? s?de.-f 3 rieh ei gh. Before Peterson knew thai ? ? }? rtlai i id arrived, te ha : - ild ahe would bring be?.** * ? ti: I ? '?'""? On August | on. hundred end fifty tn. ? had passed Fori Selkirk on their way to the mines. These are th men who eft Coast cities before the j excitement ; ?.? liegun. Of the men who l? ft only fifty have crossed the peu es, th? traila ?????. ti ? ? worse? every day, it betas iinrd ?? -a> which on? Is heat. Men arc leaving: Dye? for Rkagjay, and vice veraa The latter trail is blocked with horses, and in at? tempting io Kel ?'! ?ugh the pa? many horsei nre thrown ..v? r the preclplcea and killed A half doaen men ame down on the Islander who h.t\?? given up hoi.?' g< ttinit to the lakes. On the trip down the Islander picked up four men-Krank A Brown, Juneau; Qregmlre, Portland; \V. Murdock, Xanalmo, and J. Ondi? . Nanalmo. Th ? were clinging t<> a capslsed sail? boat on Augu ? 23, iti which th. y and four othei b;.d left Juneau I r Bkaguav on August I. On the morni.'-g of the 23d at 4 o'clo k th? boat capslsed and Jame? Armstrong, s '?;: . VV, McDoi ild, Nanalmo; Thomas Trevylan. Nanalmo. and 1111 c '? ? SfcLtren, Nanalmo, were drown??d, llav n? be n unable to ^ ? ?', ! tskeo a sailboat and, with their outfits, started for Bkagusy. While Jibing th.ir boat capslsed. ? IDLE MEN IN DAW80N San Prenctaco, Aug 9 W. A Ryan, one of the S| ndents of tt.?? Arsoc ited Press, o,i h.s way t.. : ? ? kon gold field, writ, s from St. Michael'?, under date >.f Augual '?'. to the effect that there i ? u" .??? dang? r of a famine on the Klon? dike tins wlntei A ? ordini to au reporta received from the upp >r < ountry it win be Impossible to land ; suffi lent 1 ".?! ai Dawson <'ity to support the popu? lation already dependent upon that base of sup? plies. B. T. Lyng, . local agent of the Alaskan Cosimer. il ? ompany at Bt. Michael's, declarea th it there ir< already over iwo thousand idle men in Dawson and new partiea arrivino every day via ? .? Pan? wir,!? the total am uni of freighl landed then l ila year will not exceed four thou sand tons, ol wl ? noi more than three-fourths Is provisions. Miners returning from the Klo ?? ? ? July repoi : that the food wa? j m ning very low then and Ii wa? disposed of as fast as discharged ?rom the ?teamere. Old timers realise tin ?Itnation and predict dietrea? and death as a result ol tb<? Klondike erase. IRBT ATTACK8 T1LLBAX. Hi: BATS THAI ??.?G?1? Is MERELT THE ?SENA? TOR'S TOOL? Columbia, 1 '' ? ig !9 (Special). In a speech nt Florence last night Colonel Irby savagely attacked Tlllman, saying that the Senator, owing bim all, }:.nl been ?< reti) ???.-? ns. McLaurln, who was his tool in the Renate, and would vote for proi with him When asked to-day how he Tlllman Into his nomination for Governor, Irby aald that the exact n.? : !...?? wa? no one'? hu s did cheat on? vole, ai I so gol Tlllman nom? inated. e JOHN T. DVXCAN OUT OF 'lili: RACE. .'?-.ambi... s . Aue ? ?] ? John ? I>'?u can to-day Issued a card retiring from t!,< Sena? torial race, ?l?..? ? .? t, he ?aye, In entering was to Pe ab!*? t<.front Eva ? a \>.;tb proof? of the . ? ?- of corruption made by him lasl "immit If demanded them. :?? had made this offer on the itump, and Evan? had been ?'.lent, By retiring such ? ? tt a? Evans ; ritirai purity and accord WO?.;!?! ., j?,;; , .?. . ,1. MVRI?ER C0XFE8SED AFTER TWO YEARS, ? G '..?>. G IN WEST VIRGINIA Tt'RNfl STATE'S EVIDENCE '.? r w sen Ing h term in the penli ? ? ? I two . e and half a 7. t a pedler. v. . ?' - ' ? ? ? S ? ;?? made th? ? - ? . ? ,. , ? ?' - ' l. and that he wo ild be ;' Mates evidence ( I,;,,,. Offic. ? > the river t - nami I by g ... ^ - - .1 UACOy ITOJ/.4.V ITTACKEIH} BER BOBE. >,a'"' ? Mr? J. Mi l\ ?. Cou h wife of an . -: er Cotton Mill, was H~ " ? ?- mi r'nln? ?r" * ? \g able ':n '" ' ? white ?? bla k ? ? ?? - .IT.?,,- to ? ? ' ''' -? ' S DUri ? ,?' h, - ? 'v;,,! r" ? ? ??? was at . str?ei ? Si* Mr?, ?'ou ?. . ,....?' ''a*?'.:' ? TE8T8 l OR IXtHA RI /.?/:/ /,? Vr ?-.. ?: .. ? ring. I ?? ' *? ? the RusalaraNev) ? le a ieri a of ? ?' ' ?' ??: "'?WW ' ' ' tins ??? rubia a s? o 'aou, ' nt:d Mtlsfactor) nui; p. ? ... r" ' ted are ? nysi ?" ina Ka? no ? ' " ?' " 1 "'. rubbei ? ? ,, ? :... ..... vli;ih)p,, tig? Of Stipi ;?,. ? ? ? . '??.?G ? ' ? ' ?'"''?' rature of 1? Iteri ?f* ? hl. ? ... ?il. ri ??? h on t -. reni I io five time? . wlthoii , . ? ?* ' ? ' '?'? '"?? fi".m a'I forel?. matter, except th? ? . . . lid SU I /'""*?'? -'' ? ?--??.? ?. n ired Imm? eher rupi ir? . .. I noi \ ? ?? .- ,,r originai lengl f the test-pl,c< Tht ? - ?v.?? millimetre, Wld. '?' - ' ?? und ihr? ? , ... ... ? ?" ' '??'?.? J('"" ': ???-??? ? ? ' ? ? ? ? we? different : ? r??: , -, an) excess?? of ? . ir.irai ? ,? .?? ?.??: at the w. *- ? Should not ... e surf '? ??? .?..?.?,-? . .- le seem very . ...'?...., ; - ?? .. ? . I Afte. Sinner ? :.- ? ?'* Pill ... .. ,. ?: illatii ?, ol fo ??; llg. Stil ... , -r? .. HI ,, .j cure constipation tl I HOOD'g. 'J">. ,,r ,,, lu. gislS Or C I H'i"!i \ <?<< ?. ??!, Mas,. 90 Tons of Roses Years' Success. Colgate's Soaps and Perfumes. unless a good price Is paid for the rubber it is no use submitting It to such physical tesis as ties.. India rubber substitutes made from oil. and "re? covered rubbers," I. <?. old rubber worked up ag?*TI nit.'?, oil. have nothing like the elasticity appertaining to new sound rubber, and Ihey are quite incapable of st indili" the elongation PT h**l te?;? mentioned. Ml RDERED IX 1 CBVROH. MYSTERIOUS1 CRIME IX THE VESTIBULE OF THE HOLT TRINITY ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, IN BROOKLYN, E. D. (?eorge Stultz, the assistant sexton of the Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church, in Brooklyn, was murdered last night In the vestibule of the church. There was evldi nee of a struggi? in the charch,' which showed that the murdered man had made a bravo battle for his life before he succumbed, Stultx was sixty-five years old. He lived al Xo. ?il Montroae-ave. The church where he wm found is at Montrose r.nd Grand are?., In the Eastern District, The murder was discovered about midnight by Nicholas Stultz, a son of the murdered man, and Andrew Roesch, The latter is the sexton of the church. Immediately on Finding the body of the old man lying iti the vestlbul ?. Roesch summoned Policeman Buckley, of the Bushwlck-ave. sta? tion. ? summons was also sent to St. Mary's Hos? pital for an ambulance. Dr. Qilmartln, who ? ame with the ambulance, ?aid after examining the body, thai the man had been stunk on the head with some blunt Instrument. There were many siens of a deaperate struggle In the church. The object of the murderer or murderers is thought to have been robbery? ?* *,G? Btulta's goin watch and chain were missing when his body ?as found. it is noi know t at n'hai hour thi murder was committed. Mr. Btulta was last seen alive about 7 ".?' In the evening. Th?? chur.h set vices were then over, and man) people saw th?? assistant sexton as ihey Bled oui of the building. In ih?? early part of the evening a suspicious character was seen in the neighborhood of the church. The man was about Uve feel ten Inches In height, and bad a smooth face. H.? ?ore a light coat ami daik trousers. Captain Lees, of the Bushwlck-ave. station, sen? oui detectives to search for the murderer, and a general alarm was sent OUl from police headquarters. ? KRASTl S CORXIXti STRICKES. N"T EXPECTED ?? RECOVER EROI? AS ATTACK OF APOPLEXY A bni.y. Aug ? Eras tue (Ornine, on., of Al? bany's wealthiest and most prominent citisene, was stricken with apeplexy al ? late hour to-night, and little hope is entertained for his recovery. Mr. Corning Is of old Puritan stock He Is a director of the New-York Centra! Railroad and president oi the Albany ? 'ity Hank. 1 '.?' Vint)' STEER CAUSES A STAMPEDE. DASHES ! ? ELEVENTH-AVE., TOSSES A HAS 1X1 ' A TRENCH AXU TL'MBLEI IN AFTER HIM. A big Texis steer, with wide-spreading boms. tearing up Eleventh-ave., caused a commotion at ? 'clock yesterday afternoon. The animal was not captured until he had tossed Charles Cochran, of ; No. 6"i Eleventh-ave., Into s trench at Forty- -???? erth-St., and had plunged In lead first after him. By S miracle COChran escine.) being rushed 1o ? bath. The animal escaped from a bo.it load si the font of Wesi Portleth-st., where they were being un? loaded 'oi Joseph Stern & Co. The steer ran up the pier to Eleventh-eve. snd then to Forty-second-at. Two Qreek pullers were In the animals path, and with a yell they de? serted tlnir fruit stands The steer stopped long ! enough to overturn the pushcarts, ami then with a -non snd S series of loud bellows dashed on north. Co hran was crossing the street at Forty-seventh st. A dei ? trench, where sume repair? are in ire-:.?, i on tic east sib- ol the street, The bob- Is elfi hi feel deep, The steer charged upon Cochran and caught one ol his enormous horns un.Li ih?? man's b-j?s. As if Cochran was noi a pound In weight, the steer tossed Inni len feel into th?? air. This a*as done ?\i:??. ihi beasi w..^ on ?? mad gallop. Bo great was his momentum thai he crashed through the heavy plank wall ol (he trench and fell headlong Into thi hob Cochrai partly stunned by the shock, bui managed to si ram? ble oui .. ihi hole He had lusl managed to get io one side when the .mima! and a pan ol the bank ? arm lown almosi upon him John ?;.,, ?, |, on, et the Stern ?? Co. employes, and ?l\ men aren In ??'.?-? pursuit with a horse and wagon fhey hud som.- big ropes, and two ol ihe men gol into ; ii trench and tied the animal's leg?, lie war : en hoisted oui and hitched to thi rear of tie wagon, Every one hundred feel or so the '.ic.is. would lie down and refuse to go further. By dint of hard punching he was each time persuaded to continue his Journey. When finally taken to ? pei 'Acs exhausted and bleeding from the ? . A doctor from Ro seveli Hospital ?,a? called, and he treati l the wounds o.' Cochran, who then went home ? HOTCHKIfiS MVRDERER HT ILL 17 LARGE. INNKCTION WITH THE (KIM! Killings worth, Conn., Aug. **l Sheriff Brown and State-AI ''-i m > ? ii do k have soenl Ihi eati part of to-day h >*cstlgating Ihe cold-blooded mur? ?:<? o| Burton I, llotchkls*. which oc urred on Friday night In the hamlel of Rocklaml, situ the northi iati n pari of this town. No elea upoi which an err?.-! mlghl based has been dlseot ered. In fa t, the solution of me myster} ????, further away t han e?, er. Mr? Hotchklsa, lbs wife of Ihe ?.arder, ? man, to? lay ?????- ti >' e.-iah, tli.p she saw t?" m< ? ? nlng awa) :??>:;; ibi house tust ail * Ihi slioi ilm killed '?' husband wai tired, and was Inclined to itilnii ihai there was onlj oni She stated lo thi .Sheriff ??-day ihat, cv\in? io ii family feud, her luabnnd infll a man uann i (.?eorge Goodale ol South FarmA .? suburb ol Mlddlctcwn bad : rouiiic aboul ? wo years ago, In which Qoods worsted, and lbal Cloodale al thai time told hei he would soma day shoo I her huaband Sheriff Brown followed ??> this clew and learned thai ?;.?!,-? -.en' ???|?.e,?.? in Durham, arrived ni hi? home In Soul ? ? ? na at ? o'clock In thi ? ? ray ti n minuten a ';> r Ih??I Ihe ? ghl A ne dial In imslanre reoullod hv this ? r?e? fe i Ihn) ano')'. it\ ? \?.?! I SgO I iooilaje WHS al? leged ?,, havi shoi s man named Ke?y ?? South Farms In much thi same manu, r .is Hotchkls? mei il? death, using ? shotgun and shooting through n w. Kelly was ??? ?erloualj Injured, and when ? casi was heard In ihe Bupreloi Courl t?ooi ile ir lack of evldi nei Sheriff Brow ? es Utili in portane ? t? ih< -? facts, and doi leve tha? ?!.?? >? In an) way conni cied \? ? ?? murder, bul he ?:?;?? h?? would furlher lii \ ? . ? ?. g? on Ihe night of thi mm TO i I',!! I in: STI ?//'/??/.?..>" /.p? ICKK ? ? KB? AND ..?l\L .. ?????. t?:.\ ? ELLEnfl WILL DEXT ITS lieti pn ?. ?. .h.? are madi to fighi the operations of t. ? sl'eil An:! S aipera' u ??, whl h sdii .?!.? effect ? ' September I. The new law will maki . ? penal ? (Ten.. for an) person to i?sue oi pi tlckei or a berth oi itati room In .-:. resa* train unless he Ii ? ?. ? ithorlzed a?, a; o: the onm ? ' ? ? ? ' ? ? veaael oi of ; .., an] ? ? ? tran Ral roa ? ? ? ? ..?, *- must redeei presenti.. I . ri .< ?.? pi,? ? ? - .. ,|.,, < y< aeirti ? ? di un??! ? ti ke: .' pie A a m sed tied l'I e . , ? | ', ? : ? ?? \ perii) . -. ? ? ,. ?.. ,? ... ned rft ? rate equal io the diff?rence ne-ween U* ' foi ibi whole tlckei and th? ,? ? .??? :<1': :'?'?.-h,r ?**"? ? ? ?'?????? h? ? lacet toi w. ti ket ? sa ? tu illj , ? ?,? ., ,,. mon Ih . ? ?renilo ni im 7" a?! tha : .1 ? ?. ? ?|t|; , ._,, , . on? bav? been extended lo ?? A mi iron : and Ilot:, s ? ?I ?'? lin ? on 1 nt'.on und ?.??.? il .? . ', ??,.. r. Senaloi : ob ?. < autor, who opposed the 1 ib, has siso been ? ked 10 >? present I PATRICK DOLAN REPUES. m?: AX0WER8 Tin: ?t.#??:???:?t OF THF. COAL OPERATOBj? ? HIS ? ?" NT CI' WHAT TOOK PLACE AT ???? C*ON***fEREN< ? MIXERS IN PAVOR OP A I PAIR AND .tl'ST SIMTI.KMKM , Pittsburg, .\ug. 20. Before going to th? it ; Louis convention to-night, Patrick Dolan, dis? trict presi,leni of the United Mine WOT?***?, ex? pressed himself freely concerning the statement of the Pre?? Committee of th? roai operators j yesterday. Th? statement charges M. D. Hatch fort, the National president, with making cer? tain assertions which are unirne, it give? the details ,.r the offers made by the operator?, and ] shift:-? the luribn of the blame to Rauhford. "Il Is unfair to the miners and their officials to ; hare such statements g? before the public, for I thej" aro misleading and In the main untrue," si:d Mr. Dolan. "Lei me let! something concern? ? ing what passed between uk at the conference. ; Win :i Ratchford had given hi!? ultimatum and | ihe operators ivere excite,], ?md some of them very much OUI of humor, I took the floor. I told them that J looked Into the faces of many oper? ators who had repeatedly told me that If the miners' officiala succeed, d In bringing about ? suspension in certain mines thai were paying a lower rate they would agree noi only to pay int I cents, bui fi a ton. 1 told them thai we had brought about the suspension asked for, and ihey knew ? referred to th?? New-York and Cleveland <1as Coal Com? pany's mines. It seemed absurd to them to ac? cept our proposition to >:o to work al Ihe I'ft-cent rat.? pending arbitration, ? explained to them that we had broughl about a suspension In the mines that seemed to bother them BO much, and ? wanted them to keep their promleee. "Of course It is well known thai they would noi lisien io our proposition. I then appealed to them t us., their efforts to bring aboul a conference of operators and min?is In sil the states involved, ? told them that even ont pre?? ? nl should mi.k?? -n ' hone..'! . fforl to bring about such a conference, snd assured them thai the miners' officials would do all in their power to bring the parties Interested together. After every other .fiort had been exhausted to bring about .-uch .1 conference I told them thai ? would '...? willing to cut loose and act Inde? pendently for the Piti burg district and have the support of the local organisation. Now. if this was not fair. I would like to know of .m irgument against it. The) refused lo be as g od is their word on the first propo? sition and on the second did not even exhibit ., desire to bring about s conference of the various States, as I suggested. We are in favor of bringing the question to an honorable and fair aettlemenl and on a Jusi bast?. This effori to put the odium on the miners is as unfair as it Is unjust, and the public should know It." It has been decided to start a campaign among the mini re of the wiv ? ling di\ Islon nf the Ball I m. and obi" Railroad. The miners formerly employed in the Anderson, Hackett, Herman la, Nottingham, Rnowden, Oastonvllle and First Pool mines will hold a mass-meeting al Finley ville on Wednesday mor*ilng. II was learned to-da) thai Ihi Oaatonville miners, who were served I?) an official nf the Pittsburg; and Chi? ca?") 'ias Coal Company with noti.es to vacate their houses, win resist ihe eviction. Nearly .-ill of them forfeited wages, aggregating >'.?.mini. when ihey wen! oui on st.'ike, under conditions ? 1111 ? < sed upon them by the ironclad contracts they had signed They say that the money Is du?? them, and Ihey Intend to remain In the ? ouses until the accounts an- squared. The meeting on Wednesday is to he addressed bj II, P, Garrtck, Cameron Miller and others. ? AN ADVANCE Tl 10 CENT? QUANTED. HANAUER RODINSOX'fl riRCt'LAR TO THE BOCIt ESTER AND LONDON STRIKERS, Dubois, Penn . Aug. 2s. Ornerai Manager Robin? son to-day Issued a circular 10 the Rochester and ? London atrlklng miners, In which he grants an advam ? to ?.nts i" r n< t ton, and ?.ves the com pany's side of the controversy. ? >n Tuesday, after the committee notili d to Mr Robinson that the ml.ier lere had decided lo strike, notwithatand ing his request for them to work until Saturday, when he would reply to ihelr demand for an ad? i-ance, he told them thai he would lave no fur? ther communication with Dubois. In hla circular , to-day he says he deema it hla duty to send them i | a communication, as ihey have been misled and . I misinformed. After explaining the position ,,f the company und Its efforts to obtain contracta, .Mr. Robinson says: Th.? effeel of the Iosi tonnage you v\ 111 feel long l afp ? ih. agitators, with Incurred and careless I statements of farts, have disappeared." The circular also contains ihe information that ? ih?? Pittsburg miners ai?? working under this scale of M cents for sere,ned coal, Thi W-ceni rate here |f In the san? proportion as the 69-cenl in the ; Pittsburg region. The granting of the .-chance asked ought u> result in Immediate resumption. ? ; Nothing definite can be stated until the minets ? havi received the communi itlon and acted upon It, ? The Walston, Adrian and Helvetia mines worked yesterday, while sis hundred ?trlking miner- from Reynoldsvllle .ml Kleanoi camped on the fair grourds nl Punxsutawnev. Meetings were held al each of Ihes.1 place? ihi ifternoon, and ? ? re ad? ii re ?sed by agitators. A vole taken resulted In ia\oi of comInuini ?? ? ? UNSETTLED SITUATION IN HAZLETON 11' Mons OF ? GENERAL. KHI'TDOWN CAI'SEfl ?? PREHENSII ?N. Hasleton, Pcnn., Aug ?9 The ?ink. situation lure h more unsettled lo-nlghl Han it hai bei ! for sinn?? d.i.?,:'. and rumoi ?? . general diutdown are current. These tun ei .???; no little appre? on among the people, who were Juei begin? ning io feel ? .?- effect* ol the Imp '.??! condition j of lh< anthracite coa! irad* and Ihi activity at th.? \ due to ? hi in? i> ?.. ? di mandi create ? by the ; ? ? ??.! to. I' of I,ii imp.o I- . Mil, Th.? foielgnei control mining matters here and ? ' Ina home lo ihe op? rators with : dealer foi ? nos il?..? unen they Imi iried them for h."?!-? oui ?? ind pri pai ?l'Ion Thi Mllni ?vil ? ive fumisti???! stead) work for mim ist few >e?.- . ;. nativi workeri \%iio found employrr?ni ',. i lliemsi ?vi - fort?n ufi. t?. \ naturally ? ehafi no? il idi r thi di ? ? m of Un fon u? ? who prevent iliem from working no mtempi wtli ??- mudi by h. on. rat or h io -?.?p v.,., \\ .. ? ? collieries I o-morrow S' p .1,1 ihi Rpglleh-spea'iln.t mlnern attempi io do -?? Independently, ihr for. ? gners opcnlj say thai kdolenoi will follow, Meet were held In diff?rent places to-day, and the ..n nas "strike." Thi I.?! iuIi and Wllki ? irre i'ompany's men who wini hack lo ?mk las) Monday, dfclare thai another stiik.? will be ordered If the rompan noi cive positive evidence I?) Tueeda- of keepii ? faith with Ham on Ihi wage and 'investii?.,?... ? DESTITUTION AMi?.Vi; ???? MINI. KS ' ' ? ? '.--A itch from Seine . Ille, II ... ' Thi dealllutlo; tnoi ? mil en here i- great. Mayor Buckle) says thai I,MO pe 'sons, 11. " P ?pulatlon of Ihe town, have nbeolutel) m . t. md ? .? Iiun Ired of the ? ,n, B|, ^ In thb lmm< diati I Inii ) : hi re .> ? ?? ; ? rei sand destil ute peuple, ? lai ge ?,nur., ? of s-horn ire ren. Local ?- help* ; ? hi m MU us m are ?? .? ' ; : ! ??? supplii d : n wants of ? pe iple until recenti) bul thai ?? ir e ? ? ? ?? led Ri lief ? omnill ? e? have lie >n appoint' o for ihe entlr< district, hm ihej are po?ivrle?g on ??? ? ou hl ol lin Lo k of supplii s Nothing In p? supplies Ir.is .p leielved here Ihli w..-k except ?no:.? ? V ?III* ? - - '.? 'lai comi littet I- , \. ? ni rar) relli f by lo-moriow If Ottt? llll lielp dor- . , ..ria .... t ?,, quences adii he app illli | " ? 10 lilt G??? REDUCTION IN NEW-MEXICO. It.??.: . ? ?' Aus -' Voti ?- has been ? osti ,? ...I mine? operate I b) thi Raton ?a I Poke ? '..ili;? in< ol ? V-In -ti ?: ,,f |fj ?, ,? ? was , to taki el September ? The prhi ? os . ? il foi ?ni:.ou? :- ?. . nti pei ton iut en.nployed onl part oi the ? m* they ... b\. ii the reduce ? rale. SAD I V/i OF I SI \/-l 5 ol TIXG. a w ? - ? ' peri ? em ? ? ? H\ A '.'.'. UN Ml HI FTALO-OXE .. ...i.i> ANI a?.'. ?;; ?? Buffato, Aug 13 An Bri? passengei ? rein struck a wai. ? e ? - ? ?. ? : ?sing ? Pheektowsga, . isi <,. ? .Hy limits, to-night Mel ? II ?'?tentine, thin eli : ? . ..... old, ? as ..???. . ' -? > ? \> ? . r, ?? ? ? - 1 md ili ? ? : ari . .. ? .-? ,? |i \. . . ? ? . may dli ? ? pa ' s Wuu ? ? a: a.. , I ioni , ,1 , \. ? m ; lu.ne ? . ?. >- track after ? lielghi train ?? ? --? : ? ?. j rifai noi hier ?? r train ? ?ml ? ; In m un i li da . . iloti. Nature and Art, Material and Workmanship when happil ? combined, give results of beauty. An example of this i.? seen In the Sliver Loving Cups with Natural Buck Horn handles, so suitable for Prizes; made by Gorham Mfg. Co., SILVERSMITHS, Broadway 4 19th St. 23 Maiden Lane. THE DISCRIMINATING DUTY. HOW IT WAS INSERTED IN* THE DINGLEY MILL BY THE CONFERRBES. EVIDENCE THAT IT WAS N'?T ni.t.V EXPLAINED l\ EITHER HOUSE -A POIST OP ORDER C)VERINO \ SIMILAR CASB OVER RULED BT THE VICE PRESIDENT. I'llY TEI.K'IIUIMI TO TIIK TIM f.fNi: 1 We ihlngton, Aug. a There seems to be some con? fusion In Ihe pulii;,? mind, from Which even S. 11.1 tors and H"i.r? isentatlviea arc noi who'.ly exempt, re? specting the parliamentary pro<?eedlng? relating to Section -.'. of ih?? Dingley law, which provides for the imposition of a discriminating duty of 10 per cent ad valorem on all merchandise Imported ino? the United States, "which, being the production of man? ufa.-ture of any foreign country, not contiguous to the United States, shall come Into the United States from sudi contiguous country." The words .m ted w>re not In the hill as II passed the llouae of Repre? sentatives, i.?.:! the section was amended In the Ben ate by the insertion of the words, "Or any sci of Congress," Th?? Conference Committee struck I ? ?? words out, a;?,.I Inserted the provision first quoted ..i??! siso added sfter the word "treaty," the words ..r convention." On July '. when the request for a conference wai made bv ihe Senste Mr. .'anno? ssked Mr AKIion, who waa In charge of the bill, whether any matters were to be considered which ,\:. noi tn ontroversj between the two ?. ind the latter replied, "Certainly not." The collo? quy, sa fai sa il relates to tills subject, then con? ? nu? ?. and > :. ! i a - ' llowi Mi .'.mu.).?: l: la distinctly understood, then, that '!:?? Conference Committee will not Include within I s purview any matter noi in controv? en t .;.? t no h I ;-. I Mr a; in-:: Certainly nut. Mr. Allison Conferrees never have thai power. Mr. Cannon They lav. exercised that power In the past. I want it understood. Inasmuch ????* con? ference committees on mor.? than m ? .? islon have exercised that power in the past, ? think th" In? quiry Is aulie pertinent, and ? desire to have it distinctly understood whether the conferrees on the ??.!? . : t... Senate, on tin? present occasion, propose to ?xerrlsH that power. When th.? repon of the, Conference Committee cam up for consid?ration In the House on July if. there had been placed en the desk of each mem? ber ?? printed document, which showed all the chsnges the original bill had undergone sinee it passed that body, and Chairman Dingley under '?. ?. review and explain th.? provisions conference report. He aas .. target tor numerous questiona all of which he had t.. answer ..a the spur of the moni-m. There waa hi;:?? tin-..? and scant opportunity to go int?, .?.tails. Mr. Living? ston, of Georgia, ssked sbout the discriminating duty Imposed by Section S, and Mr. Dingley re? plied that ii waa an old provision, sffec Ing mer? chandise imported in vessels of countrl? - with which ih?? United Status had no COmm? r i.i! tr. at;.-.s. Th.? provision relating to Importations from con? tiguous countries, of foreign good? not produced ! therein, h?? .lid not mention, probably for lack of time, or on account of the volleys of questiona tir??.; at hin; by other members on a variety of subjects. Th?.ference report wa? taken up in the Senate ..? July :i It had then been r.\ prlnl two or throe .lays. Section :: was reached and read, as amended, a.-, follows; 'Sec B. That a discriminating duty <??' 10 per cent ad valorem, in addition to tii.? duties Imposed by law. shall I..? levied, collected ..nd paid on .il goods, w it^s or merchandise which shad !.. Im? ported in vessels, not of the i'nltcd Stati ? or ? hi. ?. ?? Ing tie- pro,1 a, tlon or manufacture ..: any La? ifti country not contiguous to the l'ait.-.1 s..?!? -. shall come luto tin- Cnlted Btat? h from such contiguous country; but ? hi? discriminating duty ?hai not appl.v to food.-, wares or merchai Which shall l..? import, d in vessi - :?? of the Un'ted States, entitled at the time of such Importa talion, by treaty or convention, ??? .. entered in th.? ports of the United States ..a payment of the .-.un?? duties as shall then I..? payable on bo ? ?-. wares .m.i merchandise import,.! in \.,?.:- of th? I'nited States, nor to such foreign products or manufactures ..s shall be imp..,!..? nom such con? tiguous countries in ti..? usua course of strict!? re? tail trade " l'ai:? - olloquy followed: Mr. Jones, of Arkansas What change does 'ha? make from ihe proposition of the Senate and? from the pl.-s. ? 1 law'.' Mr Allison it makes no change, except that it applies ?., foreign countries not contiguous :.. the I'nited Si.it??? Mr. Jones, of Arkansaa What is the law at ori? ent ? Mr. .Mason There is no auch exemption vow it ,s -imp> t.. make effective Ha provision which has been th?? law for some time that this discrimi? nating duly, if it ?hai! apply, will not allot? t.. ..m..? trom contiguous countries, thereby escati i: . the additional .lot?. p is now argued by many persons, Including ? ?< S? ?.11 as an 1 Representatives, thai th.? Conference ? 'ommll tee > \.led Its am hoi I: ? when I ih?? provision Imposing a discrimina Ing duty of 10 per cent ot. Importations from coni ? - irli ?? orelgn m? : ?? ..n ils ? noi pro la.?.?,? in those countries. The powet ol ml ? nee commit? tees have never been clearly or exacth !?:... I ill) in general it has been ho?.I chat such comn have tin? right t,, recommend concurrence with an amendment (provided the same is germa ie ti the ? ti io any amendment or matter in controv? ersy, in horn.? ,;isr- conference committees have ? .--..? ?.??-,? bound? and their action has been ? fi? ll.?.I. But .t happened m the course ..?' th. - ! ??.tlon ..f ? ? conferenee repart on t!?? Dingley bill in the Senat.?, and on the same ?\?? ! lai See Heu .'.'. ?? amended, * a - ??:?| aid pa SS ?. ? point of order was raised against anothei amend? ment on Hi.? ground that the conferenci ? .mm lies had exi-ee.|.?.! I's authority. This nmendmei ? proviso t. the paragraph fixing the rates .?? <o? printing paper, arhl. ? proviso imposed an .. i J, I tlon >! dut) o: on? -tenth of one . ,? ? pound for ... ? dollar ??:' ? ?pori luty per card o pulp vs.??. ?. on all printing paper Imported from ountrles Im? posing - a?- ? . sport duties. Senator Jones \ kai .- mad?? the polni of ?? lei thai this pro?, i s: .a had not been aeti I apon elthei '., ? io Senate . .? House. ,md tiiit the conferem-e committee, therefore. ho<i no righi to Insert it Th? subj. ? waa debated !>v Senator? Jone of Arkansas, White, Teller, dandier, Aldrich. Morgan and othera, in the course of the debate Mr Chandler said. ? should like to a-k the Senator from Arkansas if he ?. member/ a conference repori on (he Ind? ian Appropriati..:! hill where the conferrees .? lually put In provision?? about a triti, ol I In Sea York and ? irti.' Indians In Kansas tii.it had no relation whatever to llu ? lu.e that wpnl Into conference? The Senatoi rotcd to is tain thai action on ihi part ol hi ?.?'? p n?*e committee, end I thought i? waa ver) ai-ong. I was surprised thai Ihe Senatoi from ??? who I. lev. ; In usually adhering to the ? the Sitial??, should have voted to nisi lin that conference re|>ort. This \? , v. ry different . . ?. however. Here, as ! understand il s na tors will .?.? ?. ; ?? I mi v\ ? ong the ? infer? .. ? ? imiti!, t. ?? undertook t.. deal only a Ith Ihe subject-matti r b - f a .? ? hem. Mr. Allison With the paragraph. Mi Chandler With ;;>, i?ar igraph ind the .ub ?.?,?? matter of the paragraph In coni rene? Th. ? ha,? ?!, iisht t - complet? ?) ? ovei thai ol ndeqiiate legal provision Now. who) surprise* me ? thai the Senator from Arl;an*n ales a pol ? of order on n Util, ? hin gliki lh.il w hi n : ?? wallowed two tnl.es ,,f ? .?.,. ilaiiithVri In connection with ? former c?>nf< ? ? ?.?: as an nmendmenl to a ? lau ?? sboiii a ??? ill) .; - ..,,! tribe of Indian? Ho? can lb? Sen uor do thai" , , Mi Jon? ?. of Arkans is--t di noi ? ? ill ti,?? ? - loricaI faci stated by the Senntor from New llampsbir?, It however, ! committed ? .?? ermi of voting to sustain the si tion of the ? ?..:? ren ?? com mlttee it. bringing thai m.i '? r Into . c<infer? report, I will ? he? rf itili oln (h s? nntor from New-Hampshire now it: repudiatili? an) sm ? :.? lion oi. Ihe part Of (1 ? fini iene?. . .annui .? . v. |i| noi t. o? al Ih.?.?? ? m..?:? al thill I il.? II I ilUl .wallow two in!.. or Indian . I il.? r< menf : i?.,? the f... t thai I did -? .1?. ight? r.) Mr . ?>, mdlei 1>?..??. ihe Menatoi noi ? m. mli aov. HiM.'O- Ii?? was ?? ?? t ??? . t til Igl dOI ? ' \tr Jones of Aikaiisa- ?'.?; I do no) ? ?lo noi reinemb. ?' limi I ever had mj su? ch . inter? ? anything thai was done In Sew ? ni .. ,., ?, with regard to any of thus, matti ? Mr i'haiidl?? '?Of ? ours?, It Is ? ?? ne??? ? ? ans Senstor lo ?>? consistent In thi bm ? Mr Jones, of Arkansas? I knon for ? ions lime the opinion of the Senatoi from New-Hamp?hlri ? Laugh tei ? ?? fh.ui.il. r?But, bringing the Sei noi back lo ili, precis? ?-. I cannot ace how he can irgue that there ?- anything i" 'hi? little paragraph here which does noi relat? stneiiy to the subie t ihst wem Into the conference, and. of .oars? we kni ?> that all conferenc? committee? rlslm tl ? righi '? Sd? ist the law a? te the while subject-matter Senator Jone?'? opini of order wan rii ..llv over? mied bv the Vi,-e-rre.-ldent. from whOSi I ling SO sppesl ares ?.???? ? '/.?/.'/ > 11 h l <>i: I HI. VI RDI I' "?' II II SOS. ? ...?,..? ? \ ? mi ? ? Kam ?? h? re t.I and hei Im- , pii,?.,?.?.! n. ih. munii oi v lllinm C W old bookaelli r il ht? pia ? . So 1,11? V\ ?lu il Phlludi Iphl ?, ..a thi n ght ol %ui Tl ? n . ,,.. ?. no stati m. ni He s ! up In Ihe un ,i mi , ,i, -. rtptlon |s-n.,i b) Buiwrlnti -.dem , ?. J Liuil.il, of ib. Philadelphia police. MR. HARRITY'S POSITION. HE SAYS THERE IS NO VACANCY IN THE NATIONAL COMMITTEE. A LETTR? To statk ? IIAIRMAN OARMAN SIR. JONgg .*= A 11 > THK RARR1TT LKTTKIt LAST OCTOBER WAS SATtgrACTORT. Philadelphia, Aug. M.?William F. Harrlty to nliiht pent a letter of John M. (iarnian. chairman Of the D?mocratie t?ta:?? i'ommlttee. defining his position on the movement agitated by certain fac? tions of the party to oust him from the National Committee. After referring to the call issued by Mr. ? birman for a meeting of the State Committee nt Rending to-morrow night?the eve of the State Convention -for the purpose of considering the ques? tion of the vacancy In the membership from Penn? sylvania In' the Democratic National Committee and of filling such vacancy, if one Is found to ex? ist. Mr. Harrlty continues; "The language of your call practically assume* thai there ?? no vacancy in the Pennsylvania mem bersblp of the Democratic National Committee, and. us a macer of fact, there bj notte. I srai elect?! io that position by the Democratic National Conven? tion, upon the unanimous recommendation of the Pennsylvania delegation to thai convention, (lee pro. lings of the Democratic National Convention of lato, pages ?? to in.) ? have not resigned, and ? havi not been removed, nor Is it in the power of any convention, committee or person t<> remove me except in the Democratic National Committee :t?<:r "in the campaign of UJM the Democratic National Committee delegated to Its Campaign committee the power to declare vacan dee. In pursuance of that authority Chairman James K. Jones, on behalf of the Campaign Committee, on October IS. UtM, raised the question of my attitude toward the Dem? ocratic party, and I made reply to hi:n under date of October 20, i^%. My answer was si ceptad as entirely latlatactory by Chairman Jom-s, and he ?o de :.irei and so de-?led ii?. declined to make a vacancy or assent that one should bs made. in? closed you win find copies of the letters which passed .it the time, which, I trust, will, with this communication, be submitted for the eotaeideratlon of the members of the Democratic state Central ' '.cur, .." Mr. Harrlty then refer? to the resolution defeated of the Stale convention of September I". IMS, re q ii nsj Chairman Jones ?o declare Harrlty'a place on the National Committee vacant. Proceeding, he says: "It will thus he seen that a: the proper tiro* for tii ? consideration of the matter In controversy, If liiere wsa any r?*i*on for raising the question St all, namely, in the Presidi itlal campaign of I'M, the Democracy of Pennsylvania expressed Its opin? ion In my favor, and th?? Democratic National com ? ttee, through Its chairman, decided that there ?vas not sufficient reason for my removal from membership in the Democratic Nan mai Commutes Even within the laai few weeks, namely, on July :>> 1897, Chairman Jones has written me that 'your let? ter to m?-? list fab Impressed me as straightforward, candid and manly, and I accepted It as being en? tirely satisfactory to me ' "In pursuance of the public declaration mob? by me ?ver a year aso that I did not Intend to there? after actively participate in polite- as I had previously done, I have not .'.sired to have much to say concernine political management or organi? zation. I have had no candidates to suggest and ? have no disposition to Interfere with the i.git Imate woik of the State convention. I have, however, ventured to suggest that I hoped thai wlae counsels would prevail at the Reading con? vention, and that the out. itne would be of that char? acter thai would be an Invitation to all Dem to tak.? an active and aggressive part In the coming campaign, which may fairly I"? regarded as the preliminar) skirmish of the Oubernatorlal and Sei itorlal contests of 189g, I regret to notice, however, that the indications are thai some of the Democratic leader?, among them some who are officially connected with the organisation of the party, are bent upon ,?, course which they mtstak nly think will benefit themselves, regard? less of its ..ff.?, ta upon the party Itself or its fui ire "The attack made upon me by some of those within the Democrat:.? part) in Pennsylvanie la un? ible, and, in the main, it Is prompted by unworthy and malign motives. By their wilful and malicious misrepresentations they have misled sonn? others Into the belief that In some way l have been Inimical to th? Democratic party Is Interests, l'.nt iuch la noi the fact. I have never voted any other than the Democratic ticket nod hive never supported an) other than Demo? cratic candidates. That has been my habit, ? have no de-ire to change it. and I do not Intend to do so. It is my hop.? and expectation to vote for the nominees of Ine Reading convention. Allow me to add that I do not believe that success ought lo er can attend the efforts of tllO^e who are -.. narrow snd bigoted as to insist that the decla? rations of ? poiiti.-al convention are ao binding upon the political consciences of the membera <>f s party as io drive from its membership all of those who do not accept Implicitly every ????> and every letter of Ita every dogma or doctrine. Chairman Jones himaelf was broad enough to ex in.?-. this same belief when he declared nay letter Im was ? straightforward, manly letter, ? hi?.?, ? . cover 'h?? case compie?? ly ' ??If al any lime in the futur.? the Democratic ? Nailon.il Committee, thi only body now having irl diction of the qualifications of Its members, ninci the work md life of the Campaign Commit? ?. - ?,, which H ii.id delegated it; power in the premises ended with the campaign of UM, shall think it proper to further consider the matter. I shall cheerfully submll to Its authority and bow to Ita decision." Respectfully. "W. V. HAUUITY." Thf* Inclosed correspondence consists of a from i'h.litui.m Jones, dated October 15, IfJM. asking Mr Harrlty to state his position In the Nal campaign, und .Mr. Harrlty a reply, declaring Ins al? legiance to the party, but maini.lining his belief In the "sound-money" platform adopte,? by the Democratic Btate Convention at Ailentown, Penn., April ?, >'?'. ? ? ? TERS tx ron v. Tranii Pre?cotl A Richardson. Erie, Penn.?J. H. Rj..,.,, ison ? ' ? ? N" ?* Llepenard-st. l?ran | IV t J Sparling. Detroit. Mich.? J. Sparling, dry poods etc ') ? !'?? ns ? ?. Ii ? go Is, etc.: I- Lauren deau, repreaentlng. Imperial. (Jalland Bros. \- Kramer, Wllkeabarre, Penn.?M. .;, ,?..!. pie ? so i- Imi ? ? ? Muhlfelder, Plttifleld, Mass.?Millinery. Im pi ri ii Neuh.iu-el Bros.. ?? M. J. Qllsdorf, . l?aka and sali-?. Bl Cloud. i; h ,,?? ? Co., Cln Innati, Ohio?E. Hart, wool li n's. Murlboro'igh. ??, (urger ih"?- A Co., Baltimore, Ml -t* K, Hamburger, woollens, Mo "U Brosdws) Marlbor? ough. Bcrnhcl.ner Broa., Baltimore, Md M. Bern !,. inter, f in ?? goods. Marlboroug r. w Sessions, L'tlca, S ? Millinery. Marlbor [p,mc Caller's Sons A Co.. Cincinnati, Oblo?W. ;.'-:. othll -' Marlboroiull. ' ? hartes i.oi?',- Sons, Sow-Orleans, La -A. Lob, Hoff m in ?., . il. lia i Soi - R" h? -'? r. ? ? ?, Holts, woollei No ??"'? Broadway Stuart. ,? ?, H ?why ? Co.. Bay City, Mich, C R Hawle) ilrygocds, iti . No. 110 Broadway. Metro pule. G r. Nugent. Louisville. Kr. Drygoods, etc.; ?: J. Nugent, drygoods, etc., Mo. 171 Broadway. I * Living ton ft Sen Bloomlngton, l?:.- I. Mv ?.,,,, drygoods, etc.; II. Llvlngaton, drygood*, etc. St, ? "loud \ m Roths ? did .v Co . Chicago III n. Kohr I ,..,,,!. ... No 13 Le inard-st. Hoffman. i> sama;-?. San r ran ?.-.??>. Cal. Drygoods, etc., ? , _',,;., ? i Hoffi . l Baum tarli p ft Co., San Franclsi o, Cal G. gartei ? .'lens Hoffman, Brrui rvoorl .?? Barney Di\u.Is Com ?,,nt s;.' Louis, Mo, P. Ali-, laces and em? ?u-old'ei I?' Linhoff, hosier) and underwear; ? ? ? . ,, . ?,.-;? . ;- G Blundell, dress soo Is; \'l ? i;% c,. min- P G.I??. repr - v \| , rf : ? as and whin ?-?'? ds, No 111 -;. H luna ? lame? It Main.- ? Bons, Pittsburg, Penn James ?r' h ,,,;,.- dona nies, drei good? ? ? ? md ? m , .. idi rli - Imperial. Waldman Bros., Albany, ? V. !.. ? Waldman, .:-? . :.? Im ? ? ? Bros . Ba'.tlm ire, ? ? ? gir lui ??. loth Hoffman. England Hi Pill .W. Mass s Engl in I, dry ;.,:.' ?? et< . Imperial ,?,.,:?.? w McAlpIn Company?D Newiander, . , : ilts. No -?! Chore i-st, Imperial. U., u en..m. Strauss ft Co., Loulavllle Ky J. I. Morgenorth, notions and fancy goods, No. -ii.: Rroudwn) Imp. nal. s Muhlfe'.der, '?'.?s Palla ti. ? Cloaks and Imperial. William Connell ? Co., Bcranton, Penn.?J. Con ii.i!. dry?.?-? ''<"? Imptrtal, g j ? . ;? ? ? . Voi k, Pi nn l ?rygoi ds, etc, Im !?? ri ii Smart ? Silberberg. < ?tl City, Penn. A. Bmsrt, ,:, , t?,., ?? - . ti lu??, rial ? Thaj ' ? Co . si rlngfii Id, III -? ?, ? drygoods', ? ?< Broadway l'entrai. u ?. Reed .?? Co., Mansfield, Ohio??. Reed, dry. ?, ,,p etc Broadway Ci urial . , ??? Woo fanden ? Co Detroit, Ml? h -H. ? ? y l'or notions D Do> le. upholstery goods; J ? u . renden drygooda, etc.; Mis?? Helen Penny ,,.. h. linen- i.n.I White goods; T. 11 Allen. cloaks a,,,? ?Ulis Miss Kditli Davidson, lacea suJ em? it? isdway Central ? BIS DREAM CAM? TR?E. ? or. ? ?? Atlanta Constitution. An old Georgia dark) had ? dream, snd In that ,... ,.:, ? a? ..? u.c. vessel ii ihe i.? ts of ? deed , , ? ? ?.. md the vessel is ri ? with 'liver dol? : ,, H?- had ' t fri It h u ?roam ?-id hi corn? ai '?. ic wife, who, in turn, told u io her ? ? - ? . ears of two pi o-u it jokeri ? ? , dosi u dollai - In ; ucl , reci ? u old in iii's dream had pictun d, and ico ?- ? u ?? te lib "a dead oak n? ?? Then mu ntghi a hen the old man wenl 10 dig' gin? around ine dead trees In thi vicinity the) <^reS^ ??? % Dunlap's FALL STYLES IN SILK AND DERBY HATS wir.r. hi: on BAUE WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1st, NEW YORK. CHICAGO, PHILADELPHIA. Onr lint?? nre on Sole only nt onr Hefrlt Stiren ?ini nnthnrbrii n_. n<? In nil the principal etile? of the t nln.1 ?fnte*. \one Kennlne svlthont onr trade marl.. REED & BARTON, SILVERSMITHS, Broadway and 17th Street, ?. Y Summer Complaints rapiva v.s ready ULIBV takes Isteraaltr. firaai .11 ta fiO drops In bait ? tWnblSf full ef WSter. S/fll In ? i>w rr.lnutea ear? Dlirrhi?a, Dysentery, Chol?r? Morte?* Cramp?. Spasm? Si:- Stomach. Nau??a. Vomiting, Hur:? turn, Nervoiisneis. Sle^plesiness, ?sic* il? -i.i?che. Colic. Flatulency ar.\ ti internal Pales. Apply to nvisqutto biles, stlr.gs cf Insorti, ?ur.bjrBI, A-r . f.r lr.ff.-.nt relief. Fifty .<!.?* a l'y.:.-. I M by all druggists. Be Sure to Cet ?? Railway's." G"."."I S Message Rates 2 ? ???????? gj ; Suit all users of . ? Telephone Service. S i ? ????*????????*?*????>_?)_?_? Flint's Fine Furniture. ANIIQIE OAK DINING CHAIRS I .111? ^?'??t L 82.00. Shi r^t ?.! tiietaselvea sad sratehed him at his ?ark Finally he name t<> th.? tree v.l.. re th? wi r.?. und pr? lently unearthed th.-m. and at ? sight of the ?liver he fell on hi- kn?rea and re? turned thanks to H< av? ? Then the young ??>?? presented themselves '. ? ! a I "l laugh and explain? ?! matt? re. Th<y had had their fun out of the old m;m, and now they ?'anted their money. "Dat'i all ri><ht, gen'lmen." he said, "ter com? heah en claim whit ,?.? i.-.wi ?end, but ? dn ? I it. .n l digged it, en >i.imn ef I sln't gwtni I r liol It!" He eras In earnest. If?? squared himself, *p:t on his hand* .m.i -? mg his a? threatening man? n? r "You can't fool m none ei you! I dr??m de .Ir..un. I tell you, en I digged like de debfcll ? ? ?? money. ?Jo 'long en wuk ter yo' llvln'!" The young tn.-n ar.? |usi I1? out. The old n- in 1? dreaming srlth that much under his head. STOLE I POLU /' CAPI IIS'8 CBAIR. A BOLD THIEF G???? T.. ROB THE I:i.!/.aiu:TH? ST. sTATlOX. "Call nse .John Tramp, homeless, friendless; snv thing you like," shout? i Thomai Murphy, thirty . - old, aa he ? la led Bergeant Burhe, at the Ellsal ? th-ai ; e a) night Murphy had done a darint s. .. e? t.::. t? - '?? for?. I it he ?tole .1 ? !-. ilr from th? ?;? and Bed like a deer srlth hi? b ird? ? ? hl? iiead. Bergeant Burke v..,.- may s/rltlng up his I ?? i Detmtvea Post .... ! Rlcketti m? ?> In Captala ; n'a room, when ?ouml? of a moving chair ? - ? Posi - ? r. looking out i>f the window b? s ?? man and chair fairl; .? Ing down Elisabeth?!?!. Th? ?? Poet gav? ?1: in.?, . -? . foil. w< ? I y Rloketts, ? ill? th? sstonlsh? ? pt-rgeani peered out ... ? ?? window to aee what all th audden commotion waa Sl out. By thia time Murphy and the dia ??? ; .?? ! Into Bayai ? h< waa making fast tini?? for th? Bower) ? len Policeman Mo who had seen three men run from th. ;. lie? ?titlon, .? id? i .>if the ilr-? on? ind tapp? ' him with hli ridili srl k It wa? Detect .?? G'.-t who bad re elved th*1 blow, but s ? ? gplaln h? breite Ior*-o and with Mol. e auda iou? thief ,? sh"i ? iway. .M irphy mad? p ? - % ise for ro .. ? poll??? sta? tion ol a chair, and tl.iptaln'* chair at that. If.? teemed to think II ? ? ind a? Bret ??.-?! to give hi? name, ml relented late:? ?nd was lock??d in ? ? ? A :'? a min ite? ?? ??'G?- ? ? t ..? Dean lad I ? ? sitting thai very planning out ?> way to capture chines? gambiere? sud be wa- greatlj . ? ?.. .< *raea ?. . .? had h ???? ? ? h I I.I.I U III.- UBA \'UI \TBER. A VOI SO MAX'S VIOLENT TEMPER LEADi TO A HORRIBLE ? RIME , ?.? ;? -w ? e. nn , Aug. 29 I ? -%. em? abl? r. s?? thia ..:t rnoon Rsiph Moore, .< yeung man, Bred .? ahotgun Into a groui o U M irtonvllle Instanti; - g? il Ifather, ?;.,,.,. p Begner, ??< ?' ?Ixty-flve, and - r ? rsly ? ?Unding Victor 8e| ? e. and Charles ani] njamln '.' ire. There a among the rive ??.? ? In troni of old ?-; gni r - h nine, and yom i ?? ir? ???- owing ni - ? * avlth .?? threat that ile ? ???-?lit?' off A moment lati r he .; , ? ir? I .it an up? taira \?. Indo ? with th? gun and I 1 fin group. He made hin eiVat* bul ,fter? ward captun .1 .'. .i Moore -ne ?...? r. lati d to him. ? VUR. UARTISELLl's IVY/1.'/.'.-l,'.'; Phllade'.p! la, Aug >.-Ar? ?Mai Papal Delegale, particip?t?! In ?? doubl? t tlon al St. A ' day. It wi on?? hundred and I reary ?if the 1 of the church ind the (leal annlveraar) of Ihe <??.?? ... era tlon of ?? ? ?igni r NI . : ? %? bblahop f Kpheaux In tin? evening bra ted th ? dlailngulahe I tirela r ai unce of An-libl*liop it) iti II Prenden with tw-iiu pastor? ol thi ?- I ?' Ri ?. i?:-. R. ok. t. -? t? . ? Pap il Delega a presch? a a nei mon on th? s- Augustine, and there \\a> an elaborate rervKe ? music_ FOR LIGHT, (???????? R. >\t'i:i'\. VU LU. Miller Lamps Hai ? no Kqual. G ?11! |i?. Ilici... Alt ' ili ? ??-? itti vai - 11 "oi roi ai ? -i> ? tenter- ? Ml ?????? I aj ? ?? ? ? lins ihciii lor \% r Wiinir Pr?*??!?? The Best Bicycle lamp is Miller's *?7. ! EDWAI? 1ILLEI ? ?t. ; -" ? _ SO W i' ??way, bei Pert I 'la ? ?> : Bsr 1*1 ?. T. ..\t ?V5 Ptarl n . ? -? I M?w : ? IT F?>r ?-?.ol weather bn> Miller'? Otl Hrnier. ifnropcrtn 'Auorrtiscrocnie. EVmOVKAM? A^.O TKAVELI.ERH ssrlll dud the London o?o# ot The Trtbuae. UO Fleet Street u eoavenlent place to 1??pe tticlr ailveriUeuesta and aub.crlptlons lor Ihe Irli.un.