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I have good reasons to believe there have heen
thr?" times ss many caaes,? with the name ratio ?f teat ha as stated m this nport. I am sorry to Inform von thai thr Colombian ?lovcrnment has tried -o auppresa th.? fact that yellow fever exists or has exist?.! on the Isthmus, and. as the attend Ing physician at this hospital is an emphwa of the Government, this esplalna why M falls to ?cive a ? report." l?r. Randall says there have been treated at the S;. Themas Hospital, Panama, to date thirty-six casca, with fourteen deaths, and al the French hospital fifty-eight cases, w.th twenty-eta deaths. BXFORCIXQ CBIXE8E EXCLV8I0X l.AWs. UIBTRUCTIONS issici, ??? SECRETART ?'. ?OS am? atTokNky OE3TERAL M KKNN? VTaahtagtoav, Ave, Hi? Secretary Oage and At? torney-General McKenna to-day issued a mint cir? cular to collectors and customs ofllcers and United ?tatas attorneys and mar??ala relative to .he en foiceintn; of the Chinese . xelusion laws. in the ..: lai Bi retary ? l?ge aaj s: In order mor,? effectively to pr.vent th- Irregular admission :o this country of Chinese pera -is claim? ing to bi .?: ?mi 'icari birth through th- tul mission itlmon) believed to he fradulent, It has ten decided :?. ..il..? au h ?.'sons upon their admis a? th. port of flrsi arrival to proceed t.. their ut Ions, where tin??, ma) in? ari? sied an.l more - ? nan appeal a t.? t.. .,. ?n. -. : '' ?-,,' custom? at por:- where Chinese ?: ? Urged American i.inii apply for ad? ii la thia .?. unity should, aft, r such examina. .- may be required to secure the Identltv, destination, et? Chinese persons, allow them to proceed on their lourney, hut in each ln measures should ' taken to arrest them . - ? ind ? ? t n. m u? th. proper authorities f ir nstltutlon of legal proceedings t.? determine their rlsht to remain in :h?? country, The Depart ? ? - attention .?..l t.. Instances where ?'hin???.? persona suspected of being irregularly In thi Pnlted Stai?-? upon i?einR Interrogated ha?'e produced certificates signed b) a United .?tat. s er, si Hing : hat the pei s??: s ?ad ap? pear, d before him ..?.) been adjudged to i.?? law full) in th?? Cuite,? States ?- the? were cltlaena By th. pr I thi set <>f May <?. i*J. State ?nd Federal cums are prohibited from admitting Cine-c to citizenship, an.l the question whether children of ch?nese parents horn in the United States are cltlaena is now pending In the Supreme Court, I'ntli otherwise ordered, all Chines? found In ? intr? who are unni.le to produce laborers' itea of registration or evidence of their ???? .- ?- '?? na fide merchants or laborers in transit to other ? ?untriea should be ?rrested by Chinese Immigrant Insnectora and delivered in ?he proper lesa! authorities for tie determination of their r ?.- ? to remain in the country. At) rney-General McKenna directs the officer? of hla Department to " operate in carrying out these il lions to customs officials, arel Instructs nt (?vi of their a - -' u ta lo appear at all hear I . ?: represent the Oa ernment's Interest iDMIRAL VILLE ? 8 FLAG TWISTED. KB RELIEVI ?DM ?L BCARD8LEB IX COMMAND OF THK PACIFIC PTATIoN. Wfl?hirsr? ?, A:e IB, The Navy Itejvirtmen: has ree? Ivi ! a ??? ; ri fi ?'?? A Ini ral Miller, at Hon 1 ;1 ? gaping that -? ?ug at 1*1 he ?? Ile??? i Admiral Beard* ?" ? commai 1 f Ihe Pacific atatlon an.) - hag .?? th?? Philadelphia. By an order ;??-? ? 1 on ll .: da) h> named a- his personal staff : . Mi itenam ? ? Rodg? --. Pia?; Secretary ?? Ir? m - ind Fie? t Staff Medical Inspector .? .? Wise, Seel surgeon; Paymaster W. .1. Thorn fleet ? lymaater Chief Engineer .loan Low??. : ? ? . t. Captain ? ?. C. Berryman, Beet ma lint ofB ? ?. ? ACCUSED OF EMBEZZLEMEXT. re MS CARLISLE^ FORMES PRIVATE BECKETAB1 ?\ . !'is PARTNER ARRESTED. Washington, Aug. 80. Herman w. Van Senden, jr. ?? .-. :, tir? to Secretary Carlisle In the last Admii Dennta .1. Canty, formerly a . to th. Interstate Commerce Commission, ? ; to-day ?n arerrante charging them \ ? rmheaalemenl I *: W from Wllklni <v Co., a ? r. k< : ige firm. Th? j? were ch - ? with maim ? a gaming table. Van Senden and ? ? into the brokerage business in the ? ? : ? ? irrest follows a lawaull begun by ? g . ? ? them to rec.v.r moneys al >..?.. the result ? ertaln deaia bo? th? Arms. *,jr, ? s .. it j< understood was a silent partner In the firm, which ?as styled Canty ?.? ,?,, His friends say 1 ? no part In man? ? . . firm, and araa absent m?-? ? the time In Keni icky, where ? waa State p m. ? comp iny. Canty ?. Co. sus ,, tvled several \???- igo and Wllkins <v Co ???? ?..?; ; , ,| Canty I V in Si ? ?? ? dl? ; le 1 beta-een ? ? .???!? d her? by their New-York ? lives to pa) profits accruing to Wllaina ? \, ral ato k tr ms e-i ais. ?.? era Van Senden and Canty wrre arrairned ?.? r? Ju a? Klmball late thli afternoon, a nu on motion of District-Attorney 1?;.v.-hall was fixed at of the tv s and W.OOO In a third ?.?.-.?. agi egal * lU.flOO for .ach of the accusi ,:. ? n Heine qualll ed as bondsman they w.r. releas? I Their personal bonds . arge of kcepinc a gamin? tabi? -.?,?. :,! :.. he .t.l :.- x* Thuraday. ? l l i/.//? MARRI 1'./? DEFIXED. AN IMP? H tant PENSION DECISION Q1VEN BT AS? SISTANT BECRETART DAVIS Washington, Aug M Webster Davis Assistant >. ?? r> -f th? lut rler to-day rendered an Im . decisi in Is ? pensi in claim involving the , ? ? ' , \ tlid m irrl if? Th? policy laid down .:'i- ts a great numi?? ? of c?sea The Issue ... of the widow of William B. Thomas, who served In Company A, New-Yoih Volunteers, Hi i?'j Artillery. Mr. Davis holds Where Ii :- ahown by th- evidence that both . :-,,). i ?nd consen: d to the main relationa at and aub ? me when they were compet? : ? to . atatua b) t.-m ?val of a pr? -exlsl ng ind did ? -? -it to th??? maintenance ?, m tritai r? itlo - ? ? consi ini and continu* tai ? icki ???'? dging ? ich oth? r es 1: . . .cl ind wife, ind - ? recognlred th. community in which they lived, ? lning i-i church memher^hlp. uniting In deeds .?, ?- as husband and wife, deporting themaeivea generally In accordance with ?.1 a valid marriage Is essentially established ? CAVALRY ORDERED TO XA8BVILLE. w , hlngtoa, a?..?, .'. Uni s? retary llelkle 'ohn has ordered four troops of the Id Cavalry, low at Jefferson Barracks, Mo., to proceed to Nashville, Tenn., not later than the middle of Sep. teiaher, and remain until October ? The regular tr .??:?? are exp.-cte.i to make one of the most at* ? , of the Exposition, which will diefra? the expenaes of th* ir transportation. EXPEBIBEXTfi WITH BYDBOPBOBIA VIBVR. Washington, Aug. M (Special).?Considerable le? ti rest has been excited by certain experimenta whi ?i re hell .? conducted by and under the dl ?. of Dr, Salmon, chief of the Bureau of Ani? mal Indu 'ry. S me wei k- ago a young man in Washington, named Springmann, died In eonvul ? and as his physician certified, from hydro pi He had been bitten some time before by Hi- body waa embalmed, and : bout twenty four hours afterward a portion >/ It was taken for the purpose of extracting virus and Inocu ? rewith '???; ider :.< determine, if prac? ticaba?, whether the physician's diagnosis waa ? ?? ?- I"? ? ? ? ? ? ited with a por? tion of the vims ihua obtained, and were Kepi ? t ?. a lion until th? y died In ? on? .li? sions, six:? >ii or -? . nteen dava afterward The orne ????.?'.?i.,t? features and symp Dr. Salmon did not regard ih?? meni .,- m.,? ?nil or mlafact ry, ?.?... ;-, the t ? noi leal ly demonstrated ai tu "m rabica <>r the effects . embalming th,? bod? from ? , ? ? ..t which th? mils \\..s obtained, oi from ? ? .aus?, ii,? a. ? ordlngi) ? a us..', iwo other r ,?.? .:-. to be Inoculated with Ihe virus. Thai dayi agi ai ? the two rabbits ap* p. ai- d to ?-? aa ? ? ilthj and llv? I) lo-da? - I .?.??? wen when Inoculated. I?r. .Salmon aeema to be of thai the sul |? ? - .r thi urst ? \, ?? . dli ? from some dlaeam oi from aome iu*e ?nan hydrophobia, but Ita nature will t : i ?? ?I until lus otti lai r< noi : or both ? spei ? inenta |? ? ? In the '.is. of the raoblta last h ?. ; ton s of hydroph ?bla ought to mani resi themselves vmiIui, twenty-eight days, u at an The scientists In charge ol lha experiment now seem to fear that no satisfactory <>r conclusivi re suit *ii) be obtained, and for the s.-.tr.. reason that vitiated th<? resulta of tl- first experiment. ? ?ft. ADEE To sill, ton EUROPE. Washington. Au*. 30.? Mr ,\d*e. the Second Assist? ant Secretary of fiare, will sail or, Wednesday from New-Tork on the 8t. Louis for a ? ?? w-eks' ?a a Ion In Southern France. Assistant Secretary pay .-? expected to arrive la Waahtngtoi in .. tew da;, ? AXOTBEB TRIM. FOB THE DU POX ? V ihlngtoa. Au?. :.?.-The Navy Department ha? srdered aaother ahort trial of the torpedo-boat Dupont, .? w .,: Newport This will be a ?team Illa Oder the direction of Chief Engineer Roel. ker. of the trial board, and Pasead A-aimant En? gineer Bailey, one of the Department expert* The trial will last for an hour, and it intended to settle ihe question raised by the triai ?.osrd aa to thc suf : ? of :he boafa conder.aer?. and th?- ir ability to ? ntaln the vacuum nece?-.*,tv to it sure the spied of tr?.? b..ar. If it is demonstrated by this trui that the condensers ir- 1n?ffl< |??r.t the* *'|l be a*rerhaul?ad .?? th?? contractor^ expense, ? ? '? Ill/ OBDBBS. Washington, A -. '.? Chief Engineer W ? ? ? le! ? ?.???! fron the lient . ?meri nd ? di ? ?? t.. Plemson t'olkge, Pori Min ri :' .?,).-? ?f Passed Assistent Enginneer Q w M m* orders ?re ?? voked l'hlel Engine ? I. 8 Reevea has been detached from the Columbia and ordered lo 'h,? Mont ????iii<*f y. Cashmere Bouquet TOILET SOAP and PERFUHE. IMPROVING SKAG.UAY TRAIL. TRAVEL (SUSPENDED WHILE MINERS DO THE WORK. TftOUBUI ABOUT ??? TH'>- -\\ APP1AI? TO TUB TtOILANCB ii'MMivn:;-: WHIOKBT $2'? * GALLON -no K*CW DISCOVTCTIS* Seattle, Wash.. Aug. ? The steamer Kins City has arrived from I?y?a and ?Waguajr. The fa?.low? ing letter xv..s brought from tiie Asaeciated Press correapendent at Bkaguay. dated August 2G?: ??Th.? n.xv Deputy-Colleetor of Customs at ska? my and Dye? ha- Imposed s duty of HO a bead en Canadian horse? unloaded at this port from ? ana? dian territory to be used In packing owners out? fit- over the summit. Since the nee British col? lector a few nays ago announced that his Gov ernmeni would walte sil duty on miners' clothe?. and outfits Intended for personal us.? f.?r the nexl six months, it I? feared thai this setlon on ih?? pan of the United State? collector Will react on Amertcad mln.^rs. Th? duty was paid under pro fst. The Collector BlSO assumed th? rluht to ap pralae at the value here. On? man paid toi?? for what cost him J*X) at Victoria. "An effort i? beine ma.lo to Improve the Bkaguay trail. The min rs camped at Bkaguay, and on the trai: are to ?io the work, while citisene of Bkaguay furnish all food and transportation of supplies. There are not less than five thousand miners be? tween the landing end the summit, and el! travel is suspended. Tree? hare been ?<?11???1 across the trail, and no one will be allowed to proceed until th? entire trail Is fin'shed. "There are only five had bill? win re much b1a.?t inc will he needed; the r? maim!? ? can be done with pickaxea and shovels. Charles Klnp. of Tacoma, an experienced ral.road contractor, will be super? intendent of construction. There -ir?? sevi ral civil engineers her.? wth th? ir Instruments, ami they will pn ? ? .1 at once i?j mak?? the survey. The w_>rk will be completed and thrown open to traxii m fr?>;ti tin to fifteen days, and, it is thought, can then be kept up? ? al: winter. "There ar?? four ships In the bsrbor unloading, the Parallon, of Ban rrsneisco, having just .m chored with ISO passengers snd IM horse? on hoard. Thi Elder has i... pasaengen snd in? samt number of horses. The City ?if Kingston, ????? i:;, passenger? and Blxty-flve horses, dropped anchor jus; twenty-four houra hsm, ai.d I? about unloading, making th.? quickest dispatch ??f all veas Is In the harbor. The Bristol, of Viet..ria. has been hei !i\-.? days, and has hardly begun unloading, aa th? charteren refused t.. furnish lighter? to Und the stock and supplie?, and also refused to furnish meala to the paaaengeri after Ih? boa! ?ropped anchor. Th? passenger? appealed lo th?? Vigilsnre Committee this morning, and ih?? chairman wenl aboard to .-???? the captain and purser, After s atormy it.'? ? ? lew, the captain and purser engaged the BJachee, a lighter broughl up by the steam tun Pioneer, ol Seattle, and the passengers are nelpln? 10 unload th? Bl I p. "The pri???? of wnlakey has Jumped In the laai ten ?lays from tl and ??" ? gallon io 120, ?m a coutil "? the many selsur.-s made by tii ? new reven n officer, who haa captured about twenty barrel? ?n thai time. Two marines of the revenue cutter Perry d - serted thai veaael al l'nalasks atole a small boat. a compass, aextanl snd an rquipmem of f..o,i and sailed for tin? Yukon In July. Neither has been inani from since, and II Is supposed they x\ ? r- lost A schooner, the Selma, pul Into this port on July .'?:. having aboard the captain Peter Nllson; the own,.-, Christopher Lleb, and two sailors The boat was registered from Victoria In the nam? of Louis Wille, The party had been tra.Inn: ;.. Alaskan waters, and Custom? Collectoi Alders hi thla place, seised thi vessel. Thi men laughed m him. aaylng it had been their Intention to pin In hen and al?.?.?.dor. her snd ??? to the Kim1.ir.? True lo their word, Ihey look passai;? aboard the Btearner J. B. Holly for Dawsoi "No new discoveries are reported from th? upper country. The hillsides abutting, on t1.. ri hem claims on Bonanta and Eldorado have been Makxl ? rf and sex?, ral quarts claims have been llled upon In the same vicinity Th? rock taken oal of th? quarts clalma Is rich, bui ih- hillside claims ar? not showing up much Dominion Creek, ? tribu? tary to Indian River, hai been staked ?iff for a dis? tance of twenty-live miles. The common report among returning minera Is thai then Is nothing in the country now worth having thai has noi ??? ? n st.'.kid off and that ihe owner? will refuse fabulous prices for their eia Ima " -?> QUICKEST WAV TO THE KLONDIKE. A COMPANY ORGANIZED TO HURRY ? PARTY OP M:m KNi'.l.x KDKRS THROrOR I'.oston. Aug. 3?v-.\ company In which severs! Huston capitalists arc Interest! I and of which H. D. Pinftr?-??, of Melrose has been chosen presi? dent, has just l"-en formed to provide transpor? tation from Beattle to Dawson x'ity direct. The steamer- Delaware ?f Ihe Clyde I.in?, ha? been bought ani Ii now being fitted up preparatori to starting from Beattle on March IS nexl xvttii a party of on?? hundred and fifty New-England men hound f..r the Klondike gold field? H is sail that th?? expedition will reach Dawson City al lessi fif teen days earllei than any other travellers, ns th? st? unir arili make only one stop, al St. Ml? Contract? bav? been awarded for another boat, and the company will operate a line between Seattle and Dawson City, after the New-England psrty la can ? for, -e - - A ZONE PIVE HUNDRED Mil.ES LONO. THE GOLD REGION OP AUA8KA, NORTHWEST TER RITORT *XD BRITISH COLUMBIA, Seattle. Wash., Aug. Ml?In speaking of ibe Klon? dike poll field? William Ogllvle, Dominion Sur? veyor for the Northwest Terrltuix?. dis to irsg? * all stranger? from ???'??: Into the bleak country. Me denies that any difference regarding the boundary line exists between Canada and ta?? United Btates. He says: "Gold has been found in a certain sen? in Brit? ish Columbia, running through the ?*,iri.>i.r> and ("asolar districts. Project the axis of thi? som iiur: ;\v?-?. r?x and vx e tuii.'h t.-i?? ?? <??? Lake, lli-i tallnqua Ki\?. r, Stewart Ri\?-r. indimi Creek, Troandlke, Sixty Mile, Forty Mile. American <'r?-?k. Seventy Mil? and Birch Creek. Now, it is high? ly improbable that, gold being found at all these point-, the Intervening spacci are barren, and ??? will do no more than sax- generally : 'it xx?? have ,? ? un? nf upward of five hundred miles In length, soin? of it m Alaska, more or ,? In the Norl ..?? Territory and much of it In British i'??l ?mhla, which xvill yet be the <-.i\. of numerous mining enterprises, both on the quarts end the pia ?.? the former practically Inexhaustible, Th? tlons, however, sre mo*l unfavorable. There ?? ?? run?? mon the' winter, barrenness I? almost total so far as vegetation and food are ?? >n< ? rned, the earth Is bound In eternal frost, and the thermome? ter often reachee 60 or 7?i degrei below ?ero." ?- ? sais HE (i'.vns thi: siti: <?r BKA0UAT. si.ii) Francisco, Aug, M A dispatch to "The Chronicle" from Victoria contains a signed stat. ni'tit from Bernard Moor., who claims the town sii?? ?f Bkaguay. He saya that ten yesra ago he mad? appi.? a ? hm for ?? acres of land In accordance with ii.? I'liit-i States ..???- ??? applied to Al I , legal survey and paid In the requisite M"d io tie proper ofliclala. 11?? had just begun t" stock the place for a dairy ??!.??? the gold rush began, and now ihouei nds of cltlsens of Bkaguay are claiming Ihe land he paid the Oovernmenl for. ? - THE NORTH AMERICAN COMPAN* WARY Beattle, Wash.. Auk ::<>. It ha:- been stated thai the North American Trading and Tranaportatlon Company brought In ?t:. ?."??? by the Portland from their various siwres and trading posti along the Vakii., bui ih.- cannol ???? verllW I. it was . ? ally understood th.a? the companj would not brins oui its money until the ????? trip of the Portland, when sii?? would be convoyed by a l'nlted Stat?. revenu? boat detailed by the Treaaurj Depart men ? -4 CAPTAIN HAY MAKING GOOD PROGRESS Washington, Aug. Id?Captain Ray, wh?? was sent to ihe Klondike region to make an in.p? ? lion for th?? War Department, is makin* excellent time on his Journey. To-lax Actinic Adjutant-Oenersl Beek received the following telegram from him. dated Ounalaaka, A-ipust ;n, x.a Beattle, Aun ta) I repott my arrival hue and departure In two hours for S' Michaels. Tne steamer Cleveland carries ?es p???anger? and provision? t"i | no p. r? ?ens for one year. They expect to land one-half of the provision? at Circi? ?lu and above befor? tue river close? ??--. PCRMISBJON TO DOCK THE PORTLAND ASKRD. WaaMngtoa, Aug. ? t?. Navy Depertaaeni has received a telegraphic requeai from II.etii ?? nf ili.? Alaskan steamer. Hm Portland, which ha? just ani .,? ,, Beattle, risking ?.??,? ???p ??? dock the resse! In ine Oovernmenl dryde k on Push ?ound This permission ?- asked lo .old the di la; ?hlch w??ui.i result II she were obluied lu ... lo S.u. Francis.?., t?. .b? ? M bei .cm,.-ih desln to mske another trip with he ? t.. AU?k?i befor? navi? gallon on Ihe X ukoti ?!?..? do???. WOODRUFF IS WITH PLATT. MAY I.KAD THK ORGANISATION FORCES IN KI NOS. BIS yi:i:.-?i..\ Of IATDROAT BIOBTS EPISODI AT MANHATTAN EBA?M-JAO0B WOBTH RE PVDIATEg AN lSTKItVH'.W. T.leutenanl-iiov.riior Timothy !.. Woodruff will probably be the authoriaed Piati leader of ih- Re? publican party In itrookiyn No other conclusion mn ha drawn from hla eataifMt ?nd nttaraneea yesterday, a Tribuna reporter vieltad him at his lions?, last night and jut this ???????? to him: Will you take the leadership of the parly in Brooklyn?" "Well, I ?Ion-! want to." was the reply, "but it looks ?,s If I will have to. because I am getting beginning to cet aroused." n is understood that Benator Platt has requested M.?. -v..,. huff t.? lead his tight against Worth. Mr Woodruff though! of little else Sunday and yester? day, and his remark to The Trlhune reporter would indi, ate that he had decided to undertake the dtf Seuil and uncertain Unlit Bgalnei Mr. Worth. Mr. Woodruff prol.al-ly did not reach this mo- j mentous decision until lata In the day. When asked the same queetlou In the morning he said that h.? would like to lake hold of the Ikht. If he j h.?,.! lim.?, bul h<? did noi se? low be could do so. having , 1.-voted ?il! the bOUIU thai he colli.I spare of late from business to the work of the Poreal ? lommlsalon, The Lieutenant-Governor would proi.ai.ly not have decided to lead the fighi agalnat his fortner county leader if II had no! been for hla Indignation at th.? unpleasant treatmeni he received Saturday nlirht from Sheriff Huill?n?. The somewhal u lu ""??"? ??. - - hat ?vas particularly offenalva t.? the latter. ?ddltlon it I?? understood that he accuaed the Lieu tenant-Oovarnor of being an ingrate and a traitor to "th?? man thai mole him," meaning Worth. 1'P to that time Mr. Woodruff had tried to re? main neutral toward the Worth-Platl feud and had hoped thai it would blow over. Hi- first declara? tion that he was with Platt and against Worth came yesterday morning In the foil..win?; words: ?The parting nt th?? ways haa been p i?hed. ?? ? tweeii the Senator and Mr. Worth ihe widest pos? sible breach exista, ? am with the organiaatlon ol the State, and therefore am noi and will noi ts with thai faction of the paru in King* County winch is antagonistic to the State organiaatlon. to day atrongei than ever In i?*- history. I *ni agalnal Worth now and shall be just so long aa he la op? posed t.. the Si ite organisation." ALWAYS WITH Tin: ORGANIZATION. The charge that ha had been ungrateful to Mr. Worth Mr, Woodi il! p -ogni* '? ? one thai It would b? dangerous to let go unanswered. Hi - d to a Tribune r? porter: ? ? want ll understood thai my ittlrude has not , hanged I have been and am now with ? ?e Stati organiaatlon. it is noi irue thai I have broken with Worth: he has broken with me Any man who Blanda oui sgslnsi the organisation break? with m.?. This has been my principle from the tlrst n w the other fellowa thai are wabbling; ? ?il Lav.? always held thai ll ' ? <"r all the minor elementi * ? ordinate themsel??? ? t., the main -i-m? nt, the State organiaatlon When Willis fought the organisation at Saratoga and In the National Convention laal year ? atood right whore ? stand now. and where Worth then sto I With the or?? intxs tlon ??1 don'1 proi. to at.an l?.? thai policy, no mat? ter what political leader may aee SI to do so ? ? ,v< n.: ?? ? -? Wh-.. Worth breaks with the organisation he breaha with me." BATURDAY SIGHT'S OCCURRENCES .lust what h tppened al the Ori? ntal Hotel on Sat? urday nlghi haa I.? clouded someahat in mya ?,.,., Meutenant-n vernar Woo-lriil! yeatcrday cleared II up. He denied a statement, altered to !,,.,,. been made b) Bherlfi Buttling, to the effect tl,.,, ?t wKn the Lleutenant-Governor'a fauli thai s,, nor Piati did noi stop io talk to the Worth Bultltng party tl ihe Oriental. ?? ,p? loath." -aid Mr Woodruff, "to ? ellev? lh it un Sheriff >???? ??? ? apri ?Ion to any su h Idea, for he and ? ? ? ? .?-,'? ol the men who were with him are aware thai ? was walking with Mrs Black, and thai Benator Piati wa some distance behind me, with Governor Black and Mrs p:.,;r. ? am sure .11 tin? men ? ho were on the plaasa of the Orli Hotel knea thai I did noi recognise the pan? In passing by. I w ?a con rioua thai there were thirty or forty nan alttlng close to the rail of the plaasa, and. aa \v ipproa bed, shuffling their feet, evi? denti) with a i-lew ?> securing o beitei position fr-m which ?" -??? the Qovernoi and Benator Piati approach. li was the most natural thing In the w-ri.i for me to >!.. what ? did from the p sillon ? 0 . ai I? ? betwi ? :. Mr- Black and the crowd, which ? thought waa a promiscuous crowd .f aightreers, namely, engage atra. Bla k' ? mention so thai she wouldn't r.otl ? them, lo hei embarrasament. This 1 did, and huir?? ?I h.r up th.? atepa past the rrowd, Into the hotel. Benator Platt, the two women and I >t...?.] talking for a fen moments, waiting for the Governor, who had evidently ?.? detained by some one whom he had mei on th. plasta, and al last Mrs. Black requested me tu get the k? to their u from the Govern ir. ll was when l wenl out on the piasxs for thia purpose that I discovered for the Aral time who ihe people on the p| ,;?./.., ?. On my approach Sheriff Buttling mad?? ., .?. ,? fuaa In presenting to me ? ich one of ties., present with whom ? am just about as well icqualnted as !" '?. >'.?.' g partlculai emphasis upon the Inti . tlon of ? "- gentlemen with whom I am thi mosi Intimati i> acquainted. BELIEVES IT AN INSULT. "? ''" '"' kl ?? ?"?I hla Intention was but every one who was a witness of the scene b? it ? u deliberately dor..? ?... Insult m?? Whl'i ? im ??a-iiiad to think it was .. thoughtless bit t raillery on his pari and an noi disposed to tak it seriously, ? do feel thoroughly outraged at ? ,','. attitude Shown I .ward Senator Pl,? ?? lh|j> s.o.,. Governor Black was the guesl of th? United ?*??*? s'" ' : ?' ;??* howe, at Manhattan Beach and ll was the duty of any one wishing to a? the' Governor to communicate with him throuah his heat. Benator F*latt. Ai .?, -natter of fac? ? ,0,.. Kram waa seni to Governor Black, which he ,? celved ..s he a ta ent?rine ?he theatre ai t o'clock signed by Controller Palmer, informi,.- ,;.,. ,? .?m.t ih il -?me Brooklyn friends wished to .' him. Aa our part) entered the Orlen ? il n,,?, ? ??p.'" I ?fterward understood Bherlff Butti. Plucked the Governor by .1,.? ?.....,,? end called ' attention lo the company. Senator Plan did not know, while I waa talking with him In the hall*?* of the Oriental Hotel, who the people on the pla'aa were an-, more than ? did. Whether or noi ir ?I, Intended as ?neh. the result of the w h. ope, ,t|0n can be construed as nothing bul an Insult to gen ator ?'i ??. After the Bherira grandiloquent Introduction of my menda to me he ask?.? m? ?,,?,,. Ih). ^ v ta ..nd ? told him ? had seen him depart for hi. r"'?"'? "', "'? ? a-.k-*d me If ? ??..,,.., ,?., ?? .,,', gel him to cm.? .1 ?wnatalrs, ? asked him If he wanted ?o s.-ni an um ?tan. ? by n?- to ih.? Senator to spi ear, in l he aald he did I hurried lo 8. ? ator Plan's room, hut Unding it dark looked iboui the hotel ..nd finally wenl bark to his room ind ' ": ?'?''? Prepared to retire, lie then (old me Of the telegram received by Oo?*ernor Black from Controller Palmer, entirely Ignoring him and w unwilling t.o .on-,.i..r ?.? ., moment the Idea ' ? going downstairs und. r the eh in ? meca ? then wenl down to report, only to find thai the crowd ,'?"1 departed. Th? though) presents Itself t., ,,,? mind: What would have been the situation had ,h.. Senatoi dressed himself .,?,? accepted their : 11 ,: '" l"""' <,own ;" ?*' 'h"n ' It certatoly seems io m- ihai th? United Bi it? ? Benator and the hlel ?'?? utl ? of the State an worthy of more consideration that to be pra tlca'ly used for the gam? >.f battledore and shuttlecoek." A PAKE, BATS Mit WORTH Jacob Worth yesterday repudiated a aenaatlonal Interview which appeared in ,?, New-York paner ? su ? lay morning, In which h< irai quoted as mak Ing gome eacesdtngly unpleaaanl remark- about .-'? ? itoi Piati Mr Worth said it was tt> ol false thai ha made the statements ac tre llted t him A r.-markahie faci about thia itatament ig that the nam? of Mr Worth nowhere appaan as tv speaker Thi article begins aithoui Introduction a s fo Ilo wi -? ,? r Platt wai inubbe lb; .? .? , ,. f>,. in organiaatlon of Kings Countj last night.' ??Id the Brooklyn leader." Th? oni] place in anlc? Mr Worth's n..m?? sppears is In the heading o( the n ti le ? u- anuo refern ? to m the allei ,;?,,,, ?? III Piali ? ame up ihe .-!.?.? ,,? ,,,,. ,,,,' ental Hotel Sal urda] nlghl Ihe Brooklyn d? .? ??? , un wi.icii aid gone down to lee G?v?*raor Black ? at wnh le li backs iu bim (Platt) ???? following ?.? ..non?? .?,.- ??,,?? startling ,,r Ihe -taren, m- inai Ihe "?.ki\,i leader" wa? u . ited ai making. Piati is Manli:,g ?:? thi ? unk of a pr?<*tplca Dr. Lyon's PERFECT Tooth Powder AN ELEGANT TOILET LUXURY. Used .?* people of ivfinoment for ovi-r a quai ti-r of a ci'iitury. when he has placed ?iim-eir through a character? istic exhibition of ?hallo? vanity. , Piati is really the meaneel saaa save, n?-* s A? for the cMaraeter of Platt'? deaMnge, why. Tweed wa? a gentleman compered xvitii him. He r-niinds me of a ?-ur dog that ?III begin ? righi with a i.nil.???; w ?? a great Bhowlni ?>f teeth and growling. The "Brooklrn leader" la mai? ti Bay in sddl tioii that h.impili?.1 Mr. l'Iati to give up the 11, ? of running for Governor, and, in an attach on Lemuel K. Qulgg, t?. <.,y thsl Qulgg on one occasion offered to join Worth in overthrowing Mr. Worth had been hold,n?/ a onference xviih Sheriff Buttling and city Controller Palmer when a Tribun?? reporter called upon him al the Hall of Record? yesterdaj ifternoon. HI? face as? Bumed a deeply serious look when he was aaked an to in?? iruta oi tin? article in the morning paper. lie said: "Why, there i?? no truth in that artice. 1 man eame to me whom I 11.1 no) know from a side 01 sole leather, I did not even know he wb? s re? porter. He did not m.ntion the name of hi? paper. I told him simp!) thai I wenl down ? , the oriental Hotel Saturday nigh I with ? Brooklyn delegation t., pa? our respewta to Governor I'.la.-k. I iol?l him that I did noi see Mr. Platt, although ? kne.x ? him to be there. This wss all that ? said, and all those statements ere untrue." Mr. Worth and his lieutenants then started for the picnic of the Chsrles J. Hauberl Asso.dation at College Point. ? f._ _ Mit. HKWITT'S INDORBKMBNT OP LOW. An Interri*?** with ex-Mayer Abram ?. Hen ?? in which he gives his view? regarding the Ma? >r? tlty of Greater New-York, appeared In "The Jour? ral" yesterday. Mr Hewitt is si Pegues le? Baux, a health reeort of Central Prance, "Beth Low." Mr. Hewitt I? reported ?a sax in?.?. ??Ii the only logical -andldate far Mayor of Greater New-York, and not another man has been mentioned or can be luggested who in any degree ? ?Btea th? '?:? luallfl stlona for that olile* ii;- personal character la of the highest, hi? pub? lie spirit unquestioned, bli a'oiiitx beyond doubt. H.? stand? for all thai la hlgheei and best in Amei?? ??. msnhi od snd ? Iti* nahlp. ??if Tammany Hall '.van?- my sdvlce, though it proh ? re not, ll will not I to ? -? the op? portunity to place Mr l?oa ? ilion before thsl ? d. by th ? Citlsen l'nion ? r the R? >ub? Tammsny waa In Jusi euch a position sa H ? ? -.? rears ago, when it was necessary to have .? candidate to defeat Henrj George, and it e,,? ,, if ,,? ? pri .i mi ? ? that ??'? >uld havi ;?????? ed f itai by pia -ins me in nomli u " " I ' * ? ' ' patriotism left, which I doubt, it will avail Itself ,,f thla opp ?rtui I ? and tu! Mr. l?oat al the head of i;.- il k? : ??I ha .'? bei n oui ol polii - for ?? ire. and ? am loo "il to enter the Held again Mr. Loe Is In the primi of ufe, .,.? |f he will eon?enl to give up his ? career as the head of a university to t ?k?? the helm of the municipal government, th? .?,: Bens of New-York eannol be too xrateful to him. . ,? ?... ihe Cltlxens I'nlon or the [???publican organisation, my advice to antl-Tam? mnnv Dem?crata would be to vote for Mr I .ox?.?." In Mr Hewitt's view, the people of See kork I Ave ;? ? h : ? ?? Ini ?ti? re t icy musi - ilvi a problem evi p great? ? II an tl ni presi nted - I ? originai thirteen Btntes of North Amerl -.? wh? - Ihey fiam.d the Constitution of the 1 nlted ?>::''?; ? win n the American I'nlon was formed, said Mr. Hewitt, "no question of partisan p? itici ??as al? lowed to Interfere with the election ol w ishington us Presidi nt. It was seen by ev? ryb >dy th best man ?\?> need???! to Inaugurate the ? w gov? ernment Kvery ?m? now sees thai any other.irse w. n.? have led to dis istrous failure Ii st? id ? t to Ihe magnillcent success which has rrowned ? In d?? veloi m? i.i of the i'nlti ? Stati di rln? tl ?? las' c? m m . ? | , p,,, pr?.en.-? of ? mo! l'Oli ol ? ?'? '? greater dlnVultv, whnt at. absurdity H Is to talk of Cr '?<? ? Sheehan oi any mere party hack i?j inaugurate . vi riment ol a ?M. M cite that is noon to be ih?? ,:?r<;?'st. richest and most magnlfleeni munlcl paltty In 'in- world! I do noi imagine for a mo? il. ?' that Cr 'k? r thinks he has the requisite quail? :, itlons for the great position whPh the people "' New Vorh or.? about ?? ?ill If. however, he Is laboring under an) euch delusion his unfit??? m ? a I the m??!??? COnsplPUOU ?'? "Presidenl l.oxv. on the other hand, although ne appi, .od-.? s the r? ?potisi! Hiti? - ..t ihe place ?vlt'i ?.iliidencc ?.?. '.? original trainine In business, by hi? liberal education, hy his experience as the first Mayor of Brooklyn under its new charter, and ?In?:? th. n by his successful and Illustrious ad mini tratlon of Columbia College scognlzed ? very where as a man of the highest ? rder of ? t< - live nhlllty, and .is poss??aainsr, II in man po?? - them, the requisite qualities foi ? itabllshlna ? nee gnvf*rment upon a firm bu i- ot Intelligent administration." ? - ? WHITE SOU \DROX s \Il.s SOI I If. TUB XN Attenti' Almi 1 TO II EVOLl'TIi 'VS. ?IN TUB i'\l. Wsshlnston. Aug 10 -The North Atlantic Squad? ron, consisting of the flagship New-York, the Indiana, thi Massachusetts, the Iowa, I hi MrKne, '!?' Texai and th? Brooklyn, sailed to-daj from Bar Harbor, Me., for the South, to begin the fall evolutions. The present cruux ??ill last until ? ?. ?einher '.??. Ab a? S ptember 3 the squadron will be reinforced by the big monitor Puritan which sr rlved a) Portland to-.'..? On Beptemb r 7 As? sistant Secretar) Roosevelt xxill loin the Heel al Moiir...?. using thi Dolphin as the reviewing ship and going to ?...? for several days to observi ??" profti-lencj attained In target praotloi md fle? evolutions. Secretary l'on? arrived on thi Dolphin nl Belfast Me., to-day, and ihe ship will be sent to Hampton Road? m seaaon to loin ti'?? squadron, ? - ? SPRINGFIELD, HASH., ll \s 1 KLONDIKE ?GENCY. The Klondike International Gold Mining snd De? relopmenl Co I Well at., In response to the de? mandi ..f iheir New Rngland bueiness, are estab? lishing Informstton bureau? and agencies for aale ot treasurj stock in thai territory. The drat of ??..?. ,, .,; Springfield, Maes., and I? In charge ?.t J, William Ha nlon, one of that clty'a most en? terprising and prosperous young business men who i- prepared to furnish the latest detalla a< t., ? ami Ihi.linns ?,, KloniHk??, the richest gold Held ? ? t di-? ..? ???. ?I. TBK WHEEL IS I REFORMER. from Th?? 11. io.t Pre? Press, it seem? to be generally conceded thai the eli? cono, lerlng wheel is to be credited with a very large sh ire in the dlinln shed con* imptlon of beer In thla country, and there is g ..? reason for the prevailing Impression. Whlli u certain clasa of rider makes his -tops regularly at m?.-? nf the placea ?>n his route ix li?????? beer I- soil, it u noticeable thai even In his case there Is .. perceptible falllng-ofT In the m ? ?? . W here ib he used to -?-.?? ilmself for .? protracted Interview with the mug he Is now eontent to take one oi two ajinases and nwai ih.u .it the end of a long ride he finds him?? if "shy" by a ,-?' I deal of the quantity he as,? ? to dr.iik Within a stilili.ir period In the nit. -?? ?,.?? ,j.,v \\ , .u? p t going to urge, is some of the temperan.??? votaries of Ihe wheel do, thai any ;art o( this re . Is ?in?? to a conviction on the beer-drinking i-id.r'.- put that much ?.:? i- Incompatible with thit '?:? u i ??ade In.-- ??. ,? ? ? ?- . ssentlal t.. the suce? ful guiding of ill- vehicle Our experience i- thai the drinker of itile class a.is ,,. .? . . ,,,.,. ill'-::-? in Ills ability to guide his wheel under any an.I all circumstances, ai well .v ;,, iri,i|< |f ,',. wishes, an i,nllnili.-d quantity of beer xxlthou't beine .?????.???-.| one wbli. There may be beer-drinkers xxh.. are governed by th?? consideration suggested; nul ihe practised drinker's partial abstinence, we are quite confident doea not come from anj euch feeling. The Im? portant faci I-, however, thai he does drink Ins? t iati he used to drink, and arhen are aid to the amount if bla abstinence the shortage ?>., ? >? . ? l.x abstention on the pan of those who never ired much al.t it anyway, Ihe grand total U s.imei nina formi 11???i?? According in the returns of the In? ternal Revenue Departmem the beer-stamp tax for th.? leal llacal yea? fell ,,ff li.237.77f', which repre? sent? a shortage m the consumption ol beer of 1.400,000 irr???, as rompan ? with the previous year. Borne porti?.? ..f thi?, possibly, maj bi cred? it? ? up to the hard times and ? onseq teni in ibillty to buj beer; bul the bulb <>' it ne ?re ?pitre sure should ?? credited to the hlcyi le, There ??? better newi eretti for the friend? of tem? peran.??? snd believer? in ihe blcyele a? a refermer Not only ?as there been ? marked falling off aa Bhown In the ?-ons'imptlon if h>er. but one limosi ..- itrong'.j marked in the consumption of spirits Tnc return.? ?!r??.? ix referred to of the Internal Revenue Bureau, -how thi: I .r'.n? ne last its .. year tiler?? was a falling off of ? per ent in th consumptl ? of ?p'rits as ihowo by the lessened ri elpie on ??? ?"in? of th? rectlflere' ipeclel ??< 1 bla - certalnl) .? solid gain A? to the reformai r?. meaning of d?? reeai ? onsumptl m ol beer, there .*** iixvi?. been eom? dlapute, ,? ?real mani holding un .?. rease In beer? Irlrking Indi ate? ? smaller con sumption ni irdani spirita, md is therefore to bs commi :..t? ? ): n un???? ???? ,i\.? .utncldently a decrease In the consumption ol both beer and ar? ali there ? ? n, ??: ? em ?? be no questi ? thai reform lias been .? .?..?? ..?: along ine line If the >ieii ' eallj Li Ion : ? to ? he bl??) le m ? ,? have no doubl II does in a ?real measure that mod ???? and inaeaumlng vehicle ma) well ??ride Itself ? Beyond HI? Ritorti Cb ?II) He ? (fi ? e?| tne ? ? dance In go m Ih? stage, don't you know, h.n be Would ?ix? n.'?Iv a thlnkinic puri ( >.' r-oiirsc I B/efusi I t . ? ? il Merli? Tu h?? .m, ime should no; attempi a ? i-k ?>??? ms eapaclty.?(Brooklyn Life. RAPII) TRANSIT DELAYED. THE PAUK HOARD DBGLINM TO AP ntOVH THE COMMISSION'S PLAN'S. As g dlr?ct result of the meeting of the Park Board yesterday afternoon, efforts for rapid transit In this city are set Imck fully four months. The rosaiiilaaluiieia said that they eould not sea their way clear to approve the amended plann of the Rapid Transit (Ommla.?lon In relation to Battery Park and could not approve the original plana on account of the damane reuniting to the park. H"< retary Leery produced a eommunleatlon from Act-, ing Corporation Counsel Ooonolp? giving an opin? ion on th?? position 'jf the Boars in reference ??? the amended plans. The acting corporation Coun? sel said that the Park Hoard could not approve any othe: than general plan*, .showing th?? exact loca? tion ?if th.? tunn.-i. etc. Th?? communication stated tint th?? Rapid Trenail ?Omminsion could not alter th?? piana which slready have been approve.i by the Mayor and Mie Suprema Court and th? property? ...?n.t.i Interested. Next ih- secretary read a communication from Tt icy, Boardman A Platt, counsel for i..< Rapid Trattali Commission, it gave a? th?? opinion of Hie law firm that the Park Board could noi Id latita r than approve the plans >,r th?? Commlaslon aa ap? proved b) th. other authorities Interested, and hat the Commission had no p..wer to amend the pia is without ?he oonsenl nt those who-? approval Ind already been obtain? d Next Mr. I.ary read a r pert of Profesor Will lam ll. Murr, consulting en-fineer of the Park De? partment, who had been requeated to examine the proposed route of the ? ommlsslon at tha Pattery. Professor Burr ? ild In ? ? scrutiny of thai p..? lion of the park ijc??; westerly of the wesl portion of the loop leads me to believe thai a route can be laid down Let w.??!. Pattery Pia?- and il:- Barge Onice, Which will avoid a large proportion .?? the trees standing over th?? proposed rout.? At the tlm?? ol my examina? tion of ih.? park. W. P.. Parsone, chief engineer of the Kapid Tra:,.sit Commission, was noi in ti,.? .l'y. bul I auggested to hla assistant, who accompanied me ?.- reaalbllity of ne? surveys being ?nade, Ta. se RUrvcys -hould show a location of ??" th? ia thai portion of the park adjai ? nl to rae prop? aed lu . It this is A me 1 hellev? thai ? rout? a- .:? ???.! which will affect a mu a smaller number ->f trees than thai proposed, ana will ?- , rresi indlngly lesa objectlonaole to the Inn resta of Halt, rj Park. I would advise therefore that the chief engineer ..r the Itapid Transit Commission be requested to maki further surveys, with a view of Improving, t possible, th? route of the westerly side of tt?.-? loop in thi ti; inner pre? rib? I. , __ ,. . ., The line from the Barge Offlce under Whitehall ? ,| gtlU( .. *eems lo me t.. be, on the whole, judiciously located, hut I would sueresl thai at on.? point, near ihe intersection of ?\ nltehall and state stg., it ??- tur'h.-r examined by the chief en? gineer, with a view, if possible, of avoiding one . :? two large trees with h are >>>"r the sir- of the proposed structure. "Th? maximum depth of material over the roof of the tunnel in the revised plans which have t.->????. ? . ;.,r. i-our h ? irai e bo ly ? ab ui four I ? '. and \ irlea from that amo ml to p< rhaps eight? en Inches und? r som? ol the walk ? of th? ? irk ? indei the ?Idewalka al some poln ? would appear that this depth of material abo??? n-." masonr? ro ol th?? structure i< as little as should be permitted far the pro] ? r iu p.?r: and nutrition of the trees, ?lirai,s ?nd ?G,.??, and other vegetation which ? 's deelred ??. :.,? maintained in th?? park. I would suggest, however, partly ?a ? with thia portion of the subject, tear 11 a ? ?tern ? >r tunnelling couM be employed for th? ? I aubwa; for ? distance ol .'.out twelve hundred feet from a point near ia? Barge Office northerly, on the wei : ,?... ? ,1'the loop, to a point a short disi .? erly from the Intersection of Batter) Park ami Hr....?? ? y, u i i . most Important pur of Battery- Park would remain undisturbed ?luring tin or ess of construction. Th- employ? ment ..f au h . system sa thia would ::. ? .-> to romo entern ;'...-? of ?;?< ?..p -t th- la..?, both for th? . ? t tu r Is more expei ?Ive than the method of openings cut and su lae?u'ntly . .c. ri ne ?h- r <???: ?tructure In the open, .?ad for the further reaaon thai a som ?? il greater depth of ????.G would ..?? to !? contended with. .-''. ? ? procedure would, however, -.\? r pubi use a ? ?f ih- park ? dich, In (hi nit;.', ? j irta ' ??ar. ?- mn ? needed and enjoyed by a lari*- iium ber of people. After i.1- r? idlng of th.p ? ml iti na, Com? mi aloner Cruger propose.; ii.it all three be re? ferred to ? .? Ci rporation Counsel, and to th- coun? sel tor tn- Commlaslon. with the statement t:-;.t m- Board cam ?1 approve the plane as originally Bubm tt<d 11 the <'ommtsa on "Il la a nail slate ..?? affairs." -ild Pr?sident Mc? Millan, after th.? vote was taken. "It niems a de. lay of four months. ?Ve lav- pot to protect the ? irks, howevi r " Colonel Cruger'a propositi ? wai put in Ihe form <.f a resolution, and adopted. SVXDA\ TALB8 AT SORTBFIELD. Lit. BContCLD AND Ml!. UOODT THK SPEAKERS IN Till?: ?PTKIINOON AM? BVBMINO. Rast Northfield Ma--. Aug SO (Special).?Tha Rev. Or. C. I. Bcofleld spoke a* th.? meeting on Hound Top yesterday afternoon. Mis talk waa on "The Two Bons," or what most ministers call th?? parable ? f lh? pi ? ? ?r, .'; ?field said II *'as rather th? -tor?. >f ? certain man who had two sons, one of whom ?ras openly dlaobedlent, while th?? other w,.?; self-righteous ami never did any? thing good. This might be called a backslider'! ??'.: II'?? r, "Clod," Bald h-, "?s -h?? Pather The two -? - are the only kind of children there ar- \\'?? lee ourselves In on?? or th- ?the?- w pride ourselve* thai we do not steal, He, curaa or do anything openly thai i- wrong, bul then thai t.- leif-rlgni IS, isn'r ir? If a * - .; .' ? ??'?.- w r? ilk- the other -?a in this parable God wants omethlng more than a ilave Tl?.- elder brother ? ??: ? far his father, hut was hungry with all hi father's \????!'!? il.-'it him. and It is Just BO with ui ??>? n?.? starving with all ?lod's rmodnesa .??????! us simply i.?? ause, hk?? th?? elder brother, we will not accept our Hea?*enly Pother's goodneis." In th- evening Mi Moody gave a very pr. talk ??? the unconverted, and then fired a volley u tin? church members, s ylng th.?; people mlghi hare th? - nam< on tn- ? hurch hook an.', still not I.?? truly converted. "Do you warn to knoa hew io know whether you ar- ,i Christian?" tsked Mr Moody "Look at \'iur lit'.? and see if you ar? bearing th?- prints of the -pin'. Have vou lo?-e toward your enemies? Tl..? peace of God m your heart? li we ire In th? kingdom "f God ?her.? ar.? rhr-e agencies whereb) w? may know ir first. conviction; second, contri? tion, and third, confession. Are y..u convinced that you are doing ?oniethinK that I? not Just rlahf.' stop it, l>o not keep even one II ?le s,n m your heart, hut give i? up: ?ret righi up with God. The mvfctlon must show contrition. Show your sor? row bv contrition, and. thirdly, confession. An vour ?In" covered b? the blood of Jesus Chrl't? HOW an theV he If vou do not -.ef. '< th ?1 tO Kim and ask for forgiveness? He is ready and : to cover ?our inni All sin i* against God and must be confessed io <;.->d. but if a man wrongs me and confesses t.. God onlv I have not mu-h faith In h.l< convers: >n. He oueht t.. confess to me that he has wronged me if fie has been ;, rr,,. fane man, a gamhier a drunkard, let ni? confce? si?n he na panne aa hla atn waa We should con? fess to God, confess to man, confesa publicly, and then confeaa Chrtai before men" ABCBITECT8 IXVITBD Tn COMPETE. gg-TRBTAKT OAQE MAKES tiif: fiiipt SXPESt KENT I'XPBR Till' TABSXEY I If Wnahlngton.aaViig. 10.?Secretary Gage haa mad? th?? tirsi ex-.-rlrn.iu with the Tarsney law, pro? viding t' r the competition of architects in de ?Ignlng public buildings, by Inviting seven archi? tects to submit competitive detdans and estimates for the Norfolk (Va.) building f..r which there is sn appropriation of lHO.iW. Heretofore all the designs l?\- been made by the Government archi? ti ? After lh? Tarsney law was passed, four nao Secretary Carlisle decided thai it w..s (mpractlr ble, and declined t.- execute it Secre? tary ?'.at.?.? how.v-r. his resolved to gl?'e th?? law a trial The plans ar, to be aubmltted ?>? October ?: L'nder Ihe law i.?t leas than flve architects ire ?? ??? se'ected, and Secretary Qage decided Upon a\-?; The names are not gtVen OUt, lest some of ? In n? might decline ? PLANS FOR THE I'd.I.is ISLAND Bl'ILDING Washington, Aug. SO iSpecia!) Secretary Gage haa decided to submit the designs f r the building to be erected on Kills Island for uae as an Immi? gration station ?.?mpetltlon. The expenditure will be ov-r *:. <?,.??>. it will t..? the largest and nios; Important structura in the country devoted t.. BUCh l pulpos.?, an) [here will therefore he .. tine opportunity afforded to private ircbltects t? ?ompet? Vt ait.--is BhOUid, it Is said at the Tr? ? - urv Department, lo??.? no time in makln* their , ? ? ?nd entering upon the competition proposed The Invitation Is one which will call Into use ? ?omewhnl different style of design from those .?,,. Ploy? l .a postoffWi and custom houses. Such a building should do credli to the harbor ?r the greateai of American ritlea It ah luid be adapte.? to the purpose, -i ourse, but it ? ught to look a ll ?nd Bjao iff. r I conveniences for the Immigrant? n 1 l?*. ? r~ connected with the -er, . 8TVBBB WAS TUI (HID. Prom The Bufilo routier-Record Stubha U reali) not ?-ry ahsent-mlnded. but when he li rldltu; on ?a streetcar hg makes it s point not to look at the conductor It often saves ?ar far.?, for there ??? something atout stut.t.s thai makei him lucky em.nah t> ?.verlooked ??? ? a i?*a m len ?? hen he board a a io il..; . si One morning he waa absorbed In ins pap'ei and ??ion he f-ir a touch on id> arni he mechanical!) l"- eil oui hla nl k. 1 and went .? . win, hie read ???? l..n-r ihe conductor stood bea Idi? him and murmured "Pare, pisase." but ?? .-h.?.: ,,, atlen* ? ???si Btubba h ..I paid his fare! Thi ?. the ihoni Inaili nuisance of a conductor seised him by the shoulder and held out Ida hand, saying sterni) l'ai e u|i ,,-,?:" ??? paid you before,*' said Stubha, as affably as he could ' No, >oll did not. C'Olile, paga out .ale fai?:" FALL STYLES! On Wedn:sday, Sept. 1st. The leading Fall Styles GENTLEMB.VS HATS ?v ;. be lati ?ta ? : ? ? ? N. Espenscheid, jig Nassau Strett 11$ THE YUKON-CARIBOO-BRITISH COLUMBIA GOLD MINING DEVELOPMENT CO. Capital $5,000,000. Shares $1 EacL IM M, PAID. Min. i??!>? \ru ?? ? impani ?? f? ? ? > elop ? ? ?ria (loi.?? of Unti?!. ? ..lumia ?. |m-|u?1lng tb? rant,? . dietrlft nr?i tri.? Klondike Hein ? .? ? ? - r the Yukon River, f--harc?. '.f it? rapita! itoeli ar??- r??,?-! to the rifle at pur II.??? per ?har?. Prjaaectes furataltatl an.i subi ;?'. ? reeel ??; ?t th? ,,? th? ceetpen] Mini lint tun |4f? Huddle?-* l|1l ???.????t??? , ?Veer Vnrk, .1. KDU till) IDDI? K?*, PreBldeetb I ll\ni,l> II. KIT! IM.Kit. ViTMnry. firs. VVinslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over FITTY YF.AHS by MIL? LIONS of MOTHRR8 Fop. THEIR CHILDREN" WHILE TEETHING with perfect PT'COESS It 600TMKS THF: CHILD, SOFTENS THE OUM8. ALLAYS ALL PAIN. CURES WIND COLIC. ?nd Is the R.-.ST REMEDY FOR DIARRHOEA. Sold by druggists in every part ?if the world. Twenty-live Cents a Bottle. -.- -? Flint's Fine Furniture. Unprecedented bargains in f.'iShionablc designs. "Hen, 1 paid ray fere srhen you were arour.1 ? for? ?? .? B tu - thought for an adjective he might use when then aere aromen about. "Toe vou Infernal Idiot, .t? are ?irunk or asleep, for when - m I passed out a .. taken Ii I - Il ?ras the onlj one I had." fumbling; In his chantre r??.-k??? with a red fa.?? the conductor nus th?? hen ?o atop it.? ,?;,,. roaring: "Von will h.iv>? to pay \.; ir fere .?: gel .??t th.? car.' ai -' in 1 everj ne. ? did noi set your m-k??!. and >ou ktv xx- It!" , _ , At tii.t minute the man who had nudged Stub * ?,, m ,... .,?. ,.r in ih? ae it he had ?>??.? ? pied with h:ra droi p*tl .?ff ihe r ir and ? ilked the other bio k f? his office , . Th?? neat tini?? Btubba rod? in a crowded car h.? ?. ntly touched ihe arm I m acqusli ,,.; ? i.,t ev- :i for the five eenta h?? had lost and for ihe chagrin be bad Buffered. STEAMSHIP iND SCHOONER IN COLLISION. THE KATE It OODEN Rl*N INTO AXD M:\RLT sink nv THE SORSE KINO. Philadelphia, Aug. '?'?".? Badly i-imtt.^r?.??!, with loes of (lying Jlbh rom and bowaprii snd othenriee dan? aged, the well-known three-meeted Bchoooer Kate i; Ogden, Captain Wllbert, bound fr??m NVwport Newa to Fall River with ?> cargo of coal was t.ixvil Into this port for repair? tonight by th?i ? u?: ivannoe, which picked her un al ^? a in a heipleaa condition ? ? Ogden ?ailed from New? port New? ?m August V ind on the night of August .? hori ? ??? -r I? o'clock, was In ?? ?Melon with the huge Brll ? ??? King, ??*?,?? tain Baunders, which ? ?'?ast ?lawn on her way (rom Antwerp, via ? ston, to Halt: more The collision occurred off H - Island, and Ogden, whose Identlt) waB not known until to-nlghl disappeared, it \? is b< l? ???! by 1 crafl thai - . had | me down with all on hoard. All Captain Wllbert knew was tii.it n?? was run into'by an unknown Bteamehlp. It >? s ,, narrow ea ? ? ? Captain Baunders, of the Norse King, has mad? a repon of the accident, It-, which he saya that ali thi blame is studied to tho* In charge of the a bi e, hi taya, waa contrary to all navigation i iws SO Mom. STI FI ED J HLBOXE8. AFTER TO DAY IT WILL BE UNLAWFUL TO FILL THEN R'ITH ADVERTISING HATTER. ?? .???. Aug. I Reg Ing on September 1. It will b? iwful m tii.? city "t S w-York t.. pie ? iii-x unstamped matter In thi ter-box.es of t.ata or apartm? nt-ho is ? lesi loe? ?? in sa ? ? velope ?t wrapper, with Ih? iddree of the oceu pani thereon The law wa? paeaed by the laet L :: stature, and ? a.Is Anj pereon except an employe of the L'altre?] Rtati ? pi >?: in.?.? i>. partaient in the performance of ich employe who si?.,ili deposit adver? tislng circulara, cania, , . ? - ?.?.?. nher ? Using matter In the letier-hoxes .? Dathousei r apartment-house? m New-York City, unies? the sume be Indos..; in an envel ipe or e , , super? ? with the name ind ? !?'.:? - G thi ; ? ? rt for whom It Ii? intended, shall be guilty of ? imi? ?? m? an? r. punie sul b?, a Un : noi m? :? than '? r Imprisonment for not mur.? than five deys, ?--r both. ? I \< I R8I0NS lo SOI THi.?;\ ? ITI ES. RAILROAD NAXAQKRJ. lOXVINCED THAT THI ERA OP PROSPERITY Ii KM STRUCK THAT SECTI' K. Washington, Aug ? Th?? Bouth? letern Rel?eme Association has srrsngi ? ? . ? . ?, ureloM from all parts of the Bouth traversed '.?> Ila a to Waahlngton, N'.irf.iik and Rtchmond at one fart fur the round trip, beginning September I. The ease mon la ?eOmpoeed ot the Southern Ra ivxay, ? Aliatiti?? Coaal Lii ? . ttlanta snd Weal r Ra? ; v mu.ih. Florid ? ind W estern, ? ?? i Floride ?'entrai an.I Peninsular, Florida Baal ? i-t ? Ballway, (Jeorgls and Ala >ama, (leorgtn ? : ern and Florida, Plant system, Richmond, Fn I? erlckaburg end Potomac, Tlfton and Northeaai in, Western and Atlanti? ind ?Veatern ?>f Alabama. The movement to pi ?vide for . ? ? u t waa Btarted f evera I weeks ago by :i large number ? >f wholeealc merchante In Balttm ?: ?hmoad and Norfolk, it Is understood ???.? ini seanagers of the rallws) companies comi Mina the Bouth? eastern Asaoelatlon hai ? onvTnced t!nt ni era of proapertty haa stru k t^?? Bouth, and ?? it there v. ill be much mori purchasing of ?t?>?..?? among the people there In th? near future tt-it? then ? 11 ?en for ? .-.- past, ind the) determini 1 1.1 do all ln their power to enable the wh? - I men of Baltimore, Sort Ik and Rlchn - - r-.ir?? the trade. It la L'ossi 1 :? hat to a certain es> ter., th:? a tton of the s uhi aa \- latios waB made ne??ir\ In order loco t th? ef? fort? ef Nev-Vorh merchant? t? ? tpture tfce Southern trade ? COTTON MILLS RB8UME HORK. ? ?.??.:. M.i ? a? | The Lawrenci --'on mills, ln this city, ?tartnl up this marnlag, aftrr a ahst-down of four ???? ?-, during which repair? and improvement? xv.r. made ?n neerlj an the department? and conaiderabie new machinery wn a ldi^.l This is ?h.? leal mill ?.? the ??? ?? r??iiime operation?, an.1 in gli ol them, Ii la said ?ifl.-ient ordere bave been received to Inaere a prosperosa ?eaeon l.awieii????. m?j> A'ig ?" Opere! ?u were I?? SUSMd at the Atlanti?* Bills this morning after s shutilown uf four xxc.-k- Thi? will si.?? . m^lo- ? mem to about twelve husdred sard? work rp*?. also reeumed thi? morning In the Wi ax.:?? d<*pa:?. nient of the M. tin:? n Company'? mill? at Methuen Nearly all of td?? four hundred and fifty operative? usually emploj ?? In thee? mills ..i?? u.??* ai w?>tk. Bome-i ?worth, ? ??. Aus M t??? nreal Kai'? ? ut?.lille hete reeumed operation? on full tun* this moraine, aftei having been run forix bout*?: a week situ?. M .? Providence, Aiag. m -'in,? Herri? milla ?^???! ?iKi.lii thi? iiioinii.i; afte? a shiit.lown of ? we eke ????? milis rsanufe tur?? sh??t|ngei sad shirt? liiKs. ami ?miiiox about three hundred banda II '? ??aprcted that the} ?aill ?oiuiuuu luiuime without lui (her ? oi ? ninnili.