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VOL XLV.-NO. 346. NEW YORK, MONDAY, AUGUST 12, 1878. " I'UK'K TWO (''.NTS. .
BDTLER ANSWERS KEARNEY.
AM orisios THAT will, meet with
tATOH IK CAtlfVBXIA.
Brrlulne thnt a time tfastBS Power li)l.fT
st e.'nltntlon IfU on the ttlMM, nml
lllhrrwlw to Prnlrrl llai-irfrnm the I tine.
If It ! n t 'ttr., of t MMM Imntlcrnllmi.
8AN FtlANt'lsco, Atlir. 11. Tin- Chrtmiclr
prints th" reply Ol OtD. It. F. lluthr Of HmM
ehusott to tti'1 questions propounded by Iionti.s
' k uni' v in regard t thnChlneaa problem. Tha
following i Ilutl"r latter;
BOMMMi Ma.. Auk. R 17.
Iu:ir Sin: Having PtOBtQPBd to M OOltBlfl
questions of eonstltntiniinl law rognrdiiig the
rtitht nnd powers of tho State of California, ns
on" of the Cnlted iMMOt Ainrrleii.lii relation
to MM WfcrBBtB of til empiro of ObilWa
who now may he. or may htfMftOY BOMB
I within Its bonli'tn. I hMtM to ntistver. I.'t
mi- promise, however, that M those dUBBtloBB
nro of thrt gravest ehnm tor. uud the nation
whirh you Inform BM yon propose to take In
ward the Chinese is to ! .f the most stringent
nature, i bmU bbbb strwatlT pfftrad to haw
taken time feo Mifflf when free from tli. 111 ti ti y
onoroim maacmnrani dowpwmIm upon mt,
end after Iborotwh examination of the treaty
PTorflpfloM unci the deolntons given In oornilA
Uv .! l.y tin1 courts. Hut. n you Ml tho
time of your stnv In limited, nnd n- my own
puhlie tlutie call nio away nt "in'". I eon give
tou only siioh Impressions ns oeeur h. tie OB a
too otjjfBOfy ''lamination of tho BUwjeot. I em
relieve l however, by th form of youniues
HoM) whleh only relate to tho power of voir
State, and not to the propriety or wisdom ..f the
action to lie taken.
Tho treaty provision wliieh BBSn to bear
ui'on thla matter may by foninl in tha treaty
proelaitnnd nt Washington on th" Sth day of
February. 1H70 th. treaty Itself hnprlnp the
date. lth .lay of .luly. I DM, By tho fifth arti. do
of anUI treaty the United States Bad China
"cordially reoojtnlw tho Inherent and laallBBB
bio right "f mnn to chnnao hie home and alle
Siunee. and also the mutual advantage of the
free migration and emigration of their OltDJftM
and subjects rnai tpral frotn the on'1 aountry
to the other Cor purposes of curiosity of trade,
or a permanent resident. The high OontTBCt
tag parties therefore Join in reprobating any
other than an entirely voluntary "niigritti. ifl f"r
11 purDoeeM. They 0OBB6QttBtly agree to
r HtWI maklus it a pnal offeBM for a olttBI u
of rti.t ObJpmI Stntee or ObtBBBe iubieta to take
rhineae aubiwte either to th" I'nlt' d Stat. or
to any other foreign tOBBtrT.Ot tor a f'hl
neee aubjeit or ettiren of the United Statee
totitk" eitlKena of the I'niled States to Chlnn . r
to any foreign country without their free and
voluntary ooneent reaiieetlvelv." Artielefi tro-
vl.lea that " Chlneae aubjeta vlelting or resid
ing In the United State shall enjev the PMM
prlvilnge". IndeninltieH. and exniti"nn. in re
ftP''''! t, travel or realtlenee, an mav there le
enjoytxl by the oMaena or aubjeeta of the most
favored nation: but nothing herein ContftlQod
(hall be held to confer naturalijitton Upon citt
ern" ol' the United Stt"8 In China nor BOOB Hi"
': of China In the United Statee.'
Artele 7 provider that "Chlneae aul.
je n nhall enjoy all the privilege of tin.
Public eduentiniial itmtltutl. ne under the con-
Vol of the Ooterninonl of th" unitod states,
whleh axe enjoyed in the foBPOfltltw ooootlieo
by the 'titlzeua or Hiii'.'.t of the moat favored
nation: Bad the elthtoM of tlie IWOOOUBtneB
r.-Hi.e -tiv.-ly ma freely eatabliah and main'ain
eetio4la ttithtn the empire of China at UIOM
plaeea u lwre for ignore are by treaty permitted
to reeide, and Chinese stii.je.'tH niav eipo-fihe
aatti" prlvllogoe und Immunities in the United
guoh Is'lng tb treaty proviMon v.ni :isk . first,
i Whnl ii-.v.er has a Rtnte, by provision In it
T4V Constitution, to prevent i Inlneae Inimlgratl in T"
I answer, under the deotslon of th" Bupretoe
Court of the United States ,md under the irentv,
a State cannot, by Ita organc luw or letflnlntlve
action pn-vent or Binder the immigration of
tun subject "f th" empire of china.
8oond " What discrimination csn It resjjte
by amendments to Its Constitution against aliens
srdth's"U"t sapaiilc ol ndmiefloq toeltlEen
lup without conflicting with tho Fourteenth
1 Amendment to the Constitution of the I'mt'd
I lutes''" To IBM I answer that thn Fourteenth
Amendment ip the Constitution of the United
bt.ites appTtea only to neiurallaad and native
bom cti7.onB ol the United states and therefore
any aetlon tak 'n by virtue of its orwanla law by
a state agaiiHt aiiecs. end especially affalnat
the Chinese, who ca. natray )oeome altiBana,
will Dot confli'it with tliat amendiiient to the
Constitution, which guards thenghu of dtlaeni
Third " Can we dehor them by constitutional
Inhibition from tlslnng in our inland waters
droin receiving lloeuse t,. engage In lleanaed
kweinaBB, from using our Stat urte. aiel from
otfr.r privileges HBjoyad fry ntuteuar I am of
Opinion tliat cither by tho organic law of
a stsiti. or by ordinary legislative act.
tl" rights of lisle-res in its inland
Vats n eun iw wholly controlled. Bo in regard
to the licensing to trade and do business, and
th.it aliens may be made lnoapableol suing or
being sued in the Stat uirts. and depri' ud ol
o' e r prlvlUutee euioyed by eitiaens. I can
bttve no doubt that all the matters relcrroi to in
Ue'tiilrd 'luestiunare within the poweroftna
St .1" aud that the Stele is not control!' d or htn-
darod ib bay internal polioe rewufationa by the
"iie st favored nation clause in the treaty.
Fourth Con h Stat" levy a eaiutation lav on
tuchalieoa? 1 inn of opinion that, under tlie
deeisiousof tba aouyt. no state oaB Ivvyaeapi
Pr ion tax upon tlie subjects of the EniKror of
Cnlaa is a Condfl ion pr leul to tltelr land: tic
ii'ii the shore ..t that part ol the uultod HtMtea
w thin its limits. At too samu time I have no
UOUbl that the taxation of those win. uhooee
I reside within Ita borders, being ulc us ami
1st eltizetis of the I nili i! St.it. is entirely
w thin the power of the Htato to make such
Bjsvtiiminationf ugainsi thent as it uhoosea
H w tun h. and in arnat manner It may tai n
own citizens, may la regiiiatcl by the orgaur
hot of the Stale; but for a strong"! reason
It may proteot ttaeli against the pauperiam
o: tiny aliens residing therein, by levying a
tin however onerous, to protect itaejf from
su Ii pauporlam. Nordoesthe "most tavoraq
Duty m 1 clause oppose any blBdranve to this
I wer. It is a douiestl" cole em of th" Slate
alone, win h has always Data held lobe within
Its own power. While a State may not dis-
: huh, aie agH net eitiaeus oi utjier Stab i. and,
therefore, eitlauna ul th" United stut.s.
ny taxation or raatrlotloo as oom-
Par.it with its own oitlaillul under tn
latlistltutlnu, it surely is not boiitnt
i" ! . ive I support within its borders, with
out p war to protect uwlf.tbu eltlxenaof afor
igii uuniry, Nor, in m ludvmunt is it with
V! '" V' " .' ti.- United
Wales, even If It Were attempted lobe ever
Wli'te -' i ' Ul :. Ii upon any one
btalu may exclude ull
from is up) Hi,- a- i
restrletlDg the nianiu r o! their oivtipntlon or
re.julre them to ooeutty a Itlvei purl i onl'rol
lis territory. A familiar e. .npi ,f Mm uxor'
Cise of tins power ma he lob ml ll tile millil in
laws. These have always been axel 1
through the municipal uutborill'is, It a
Slat" oaa suv where, for I'eiuoua ,f i,u
naalthi auy portiou of ita uitlauu' ilmll i
lida ami not otuerwise, u is liftlcult
to see why, lor any oilier rcm-on ..i publia
P"li, ') . a Stale may BOteXeroiM a like i wer.
Kuohe would eootand tnata state mlichl not
say tiott mora than a given number of ntiubt
lants alioul i not occupy a given uuantity "f
turritoryi for roaaoua of health or evau foy
e 'ii in i t: reasons, or for nioiciioh. ugalnsl
V ;. I) ' list Ii a, LiuiluiUM to UUlTdllltf,
m 1 1 na b Islnu, KIVIUR a limit to lb"
Bi 1 " .i i.i I know oi i.o itmit
xeepl the legislidive will- that is in regard to its
gwii ultlieiis, and, of us.-, oitlxens "f other
Wales. and still more ol use. those tbBl have
no right in the ii, iixeepl the right of sojourn
under suilh regulations lis the Stale ehooaea to
adopt. f n mat t. saldlhlll such exercise of
y - be rcstrninoil by ti most
!v; " in il i:e- ireniy referred
ii 'si f-tr."t...i,s to nil riisldeni u,
ii b a a wire th" legislative will might wii he
S;; ; u i t i v.
iLJiu , t rVr""''""" dlserfminatlona
agalhNt the t.ainese. , the ,., .,. , , .
til" ease in l m,tg11, ,,, 0 , , ,r '
lature raqulrs coul I he .,, H11 , .,
BOt .be sllh , t.. ,o , ,. i..,.,,, ,,,.,. ,(
the moat favored elaasea " uliusu For
example : In a ,., , . .,
vclieie a large portion oi nil ol Ita a tv were
leproua. eould not the btut i roii ; , j j
having them in its ling... ,,.,, i. . , tl
of other natlow who had the like favored na.
lion ' eluuae in their traaty.whoare not leprous
wer-not excluded liom the city linU7 'fha
nn. stion mustroholvi) useli into tins: Thattbe
LuWi ' pulley of xeluai"iiiuut reuiiiin with the
JJgl-.lalitru.lo be exorcised through such ug' llls
as the Mute anooees to intrust w.ih tins portion
at its power.
k .'leauuaUvu. WLu. ...a u. :,:.:
protect Itself from thla curse?" might lie nn-
swcreil by aaylng. What cannot tnnmata do to
prntnet Ittall from a nurae J And I do not know
what It OaOnot do. Hut the iiueslion re
turns to us. Who is to determine whether the
presence of tho Chinese Is a curse ? Is there
any higher power I" Which this nUeatloB ''an be
aubmllied than a Constitutional Convention of
estate? I i crlalnly do not know "f auv. Each
Slate must determine h..w t" get rhl
of the curse of famine. Hi" curse of
lie cndinrlsm. the curse of erlme, ihc eurBo of
peddling li'iuor I" its inhabitants. and the curs"
of peslih n ,. in Its own way: and BIBBT da
OlaloBs of the Supreme Court upon most of
lh"B" qui jet Ions have sustained III" right of the
State to .P al with them a rding to Its sove
reign will. A state nniv send bevond He lur
aora, so far as the individual is ooncerned, anv
person or per-'tis therein who is deemed a
eursc. its did "ur I'tiritan futhers the
Baptiata and Onakers. in the earlier
time, and as do their sons In Massa
chusetts with th" paupers ninl erliuln.'tlB that
are si t;t upon tpeni from foreign tuitions. No
Htate con, against Its will, so long as It Is Inde
pendent and sovereign, be nnnle ihc lazar house
of th" world. ' u of 8MB oil"-third of the popu
lation ol It. Nor do I believe Hint there Is any
thing in lha Constitution of the United States
which gives to the Congraaa of the Utiiud
States n right to pass any law reiiilrlng a Httte
to be aneb a laaav house. And If there is nothing
In lha Constitution w hich gives Congress, ran.
posed of the three brunches ol the law-mnkitig
power, the right to tnnke auoh a law. I ean
not tin. I ain't In ng In the Constitution whi'di gives
lo one bram h. the Executive, the right by treaty
to make It the supreme law of the laud t lint any
State shall be the larnr house of Asm. Whether
th" adjoining territories to California tjuiotlv
submit to nave tna Chinese poured ov 'r upon
Ulan is a 'lucsl ion which California must ad
just with its nelghhora, and that ijuestlon
Is one with wliidi the Chinamen have
nothing to do. I know of no civilized
nation which has not exercised the
power of deportation of obnoxloiia aliens.
Certain it Is tliat Knglnnd exnrclaad that power
In the ease of the Vtec-I'rcsidcnt. Aaron Murr.
wh" was ordered out of thul country, and our
alien law of the Administration of .lohn Adams
whs an example of an excrdae of that power by
this country as o nnlioii : and while the wisdom
of the isw was vary much doubted, I think its
''"iistituliouality was tacitly, ut least, tualu
tnined. I repeat my regret thnt I have had no more
lime to give to th" consideration of theee ques
tion nhi"h I have let attempted in any eon
slderable degree I" argue, but simply to stale
my opinion thereon I but I hope I have done
enough, nt least, to provoke diseusslon thereon.
Olid I Will be obliged to you If you will furnish
me with such discussions, so that 1 may Is
able In the light of them, to revise my "pinions
hereafter, or lo reply to such arguments and
suggestions as mav seem p. eontravens ihm.
I have the holer to ts, very reapactfttlly, your
obedient servant. Hknj. F. HuiLKa.
Uksls KtMiNr.v. Fjtip. Cost. .n. Mass.
St PBAKCIBOOi Aug. II A Victoria despatch
says that Parliament has passed the Chinese
Tax bill. DiaoUMton on the nn itsuie wus very
ueriinonious. lloth siib-s .nlmit the necessity --f
a tax. but differ as to the n ode of collecting it
and the amount TheUovernmenl proposed pad
per niinum but balngatrpugly oppoaad have re
nuoad the rate to flu. The Oumtnltt. nn nnli
Chlneaa paptT.declareathal the '.ill will make the
province a Jaughlng stock throughoutChristen
ilotn. because of Its absurd provisions, and
eh urges that it was drawn hy hesvy employers
QfCblnaae Inlnrlo insure its disahowauee at
Ottawa. The',, .in.' attack! tho Government
lor insincerity and bad faith.
CtOMIXV I ItAMiKllUrS RHSOHT.
.I.i.il. . Uiirrny Taking XI. . . to Kid the
' It v of at l.rixst tine Mure Spiil.
ThBUjfht which OOOtttrad In ami about .Inc lb
I. Her s dun 'o house al Thirty-eighth streel and
Blaventh avanua late suturduy night will prob
ably prove the means of breaking up one of the
Worst criminal resorts in this city. The place
has been running als.ut eight months, and ut
llrst was aogdUBted within Ihc limits of the
law. Within the laat two months, since Kdler
become the proprietor, it has degenerated Into
a haunt Unit has been u terror to the ueighbor
h'Ksl. Its patrons have been persons of Isith
sexes of the lowest grade, some of til' Klcvcuth
avenue gang und river roughs generally. Tho
carousing bus been ao boiateroua. a oltiaen Uv
lug near by says, that no one haa been able to
sleep nft r lo ..'clock iu the evening. After the
doine house was closed, at I o'clock A.M.. the
frequenters have Blade the streets adjoining
hideous with their unseemly revelling. Leas
than a week ago a woman was BBtlOM Into the
pin . made ilriihk. and cruelly treated.
business man who are a... I into the locality
during the day have made informal aottplaiBta,
nuo Justice Murray says he has I n told that
it was ii"t saf" for a stranger having half a
dollur in his isstsessioh to enter the plaeo at
any hour of the day or night. Those living in
the neighborhood auy they have not dared to
make affidavits to procure warrants, fearing
that tir ir houses would Im burned over their
heads. The polioe have done something towaird
abating lie nuieaice l.y arr sting sm-h dis
orderly persons as they culil lay their lunula
Late Saturday night the proprietor "ailed id
Officer Fredericks of the Thirty-seventh street
police to arrest two man. Jane s MoKaBBB and
Patrick M- Maliou. who were creating an un
usual dlsturlutnee even for the character of his
place. Tho officer was thrown out. and a gen
eral fight ensued. Fredericks is a powerful
man. but was almost overcome when a brother
"tlP'or came lo ins aid. His uniform wos badly
torn, and h wo liberally kloked and bruised.
They lltially su sxded in arresting MaBTahoB
ami McKenna. who were the principal aaeall-
ahta of the uffloera. 'J'h" Urst tiaim.d was se-
Vi rely elubbed bcl'Te hu Was sllbdlletl and cap
tured. Sergeant Haven was seiil down front
the station with a squad to raid th" place.
Every ope, including Eulayand Blawiia. le d.
In tb.0 Jefferson Market Police Court, yester
day morning, tho two rougha ware tim-d no
each, and placed iin h r II .OOO ball I" keep the
peace for one year. In default of ball they will
go to the Island for six months.
Justice Murray aald thai he had heurd enough
concerning Edler'a place i nvlnoB lum that
tliero waa not a I e dangeroua haunt in New
York. Uejuropos.'d to have it broken up. Jle
directed offlcai rroderlcks lo make an afntlavit
is to its cBaractera&d iBmataa, niul tlian laauad
a warrant for tna errcst of all persons con
nected with ii or found in It. A realdenTol the
noighbornoou waa praaant. wh" ineludad In tna
"alalogii" of outrages thai lie hud wlttteaaautha
fie I that two ol the patrons ol the place k ked
down a beggar Saturday morning and robbed
him of Ins basket aud some Cold provisions
which it contained.
TUB WAttlMOFOMD DIMAMTBB,
Htit'ylac T enl y-et en of the V let I nts -One
XI,,., II, ud Itud 'I'lilee Hitlers lltMg.
MlBnUtT) ('"tin., Aug. 11. Tho devastat
ing tornado at Wellington!. Conn.. Is still
of preeminent interest, and the town la
thaacana "f a oonatantBtraam "f comers and
goers. Tie- funeral services of twenty-three of
the Victim were held to-day, nnd fully 10.000
persons i r in al I parts of the State were pres
ent. Al out no, i carriages were in attendance.
Tbeserv looa were conducted by the Ilcv. Father
Leo of VVlnib d. assisted by the lb v. Fathers
Sloouiu and O'OoBOBll of Now Haven, and the
Ray. Fathet Halloa ol WalUnffford, Twenty-
Seven persons have thus far beep buried. John
Hayden and Katie Lynch wore interred on Sat
urday. Mi's. John I ami Thomas (linty at PjOOB
t u day. and tba letuuining twenty-tlircu ul 4
'' 1 , a- fa llows- Patrick O'Seil nnd child, in
no grave; Mrs. Tooliey, alone-, Matthew Moo
icy ,l.,i n Mooney Nellla Mooney. Willie Moo
'.'J V "ml Mr-. Matthew Mooney. (nonegrtive;
.lr- .lohn Hi , and Thomas Cassin. in one
grayoi hat.- Coughlln, alone; Mrs. Joseph
HulUy atiillwo plilltiren, together; Mr. Conrad
I racy.wifo, and nhild, logelhar; .lohn Payden,
alone, Mrs. Man h, wus and Miss Mary il. aly.
togeih.-r. Mrs. John Lynch ,,,! Mra. John Moo
ney togelll. r; Fretlerfek Llttlew 1, alone.
id- cemtittirt waa surroundetl by the town's
company of u,e (nneetleui National Ouard of
Uiirty.elgbl men. and 120 sp, .-mi ,,m , rs were
iworn n and put on duty throughout ti. piano,
At Ihe I own Hall, whore a temporary hospital
has I ii opened with prof, , nurses ,.,.
arc s. v. mt, ei, badly wounthid.ol whom Ulchgrd
raylor, with back broken, John i.itti.-w 1
concuss;, a ui the brain, and John Mooney in
jured intefiiHlh are not ex ted to live through
Hi" nlglit. Mary Mnttliewa, aged lo months
died int.. yeaterday afternoon, making twenty.
elghl so far who have been sacrifjis'd lo the
fury of lha elemanla, Promises of assislaiieu
for the destitute ure OOllling In from all sides
Til" Catholic dioeese "of ti, Mai,, w ill take
prompt measures to aid their i ido In a sub-
slaiitial manner. All who have died, Willi the
exeeption of Frederick Little wood, aru ol the
Catholic fitith. but the assistance from all do-
nOmlnOtlona ''"Hid liolbo exceeded lor kind
ness end generosity.
Not. Tin llos.xvlth Hltie sue Wrapper.
our seoutiiu enerlsaa suit i'iuin. io. i. araj,
' . ,i anil a., i, ,.i,u,i A t' Uaugur A I'. Inc. NY.
Tli vnst leak-. ThtnaaUaa sunt Ohllli aad rertr.
i i" . Nvr snow ii tv uil pctnuicl dslir Ui
cn ssiu.. aJa,
POOLE'S MURDER RECALLED.
unrn bakkb, wna snorntM, dies is
l'A ins a I mis r tuna i)i i BX,
Tke Trneedy Ihnt lleepened Ihe AnlnennUm
Hetweeli tue Forrlenera ittid the Know
.Nothing, linker's llaeiipe and his Capture.
Lewis linker, who elmf lllll PnolB In New
York twcnty-tlirco years ago. died In Pnrl mi
Saturday. Ill death recoils the cxeileinent that
lh" tragedy caused in New York throughout til"
country, as well lut tho escape, recapture, and
discharge of linker. Lewis linker was it Welsh
man w ho came to the I'lntcl States wlmn a hid.
and after a jock-at-oll-trodes life, got from Fer
nando Wood nn appointment ns a police officer.
HI special duty was tho core of ''migrants.
When the native Ainuri 'an fever began to burn
in IMS, Maker took a prominent pnrt with those
who opposed the Know-Nothing leaders. He
met n kindred spirit In John Morrissey. then sot
down In the police records ns n pugilist. MoT
rlssey'e reputation a a lighter in behalf of 1 1 lah
BMB Bttrnntad linker, and linker's vehemence
in denouncing the prominent nalive American
won for him Morrissoy'e friendship. Poole, n
Ninth Ward man. a hard hitter, and n plucky
fighter, pounded his way with his lists lo the
leadership of the small fry Know-Nothings in
New York. Poole kept a barroom at ilroadwnr
and Howard street, which was the resort "f nil
"the hoys" who looked after the American par
ly's interests in the wards. Poole became an
idol after his fight with Morrissey. The two
men were looked upon as the ebamplOB bruis
ers In each pnrty. and every one knew that
sooner or later tin y would have a bottle. They
Of on the pier nt Amos street early OBB morn
ing In July. lN."t. Pool,, had dared Morrissey
to meet him there and light for llOOi and Mor
rissey accepted th" challenge foolishly, his
friends told him. because Amos street was in
the Nlntn Ward Poole's home, and the strong
hold of the American party. Surrounded by
his friends. FoolB gave Morrissey a severe
drubbing-so severe that the Trojan bellowed
as he lay on the pier nnd Poole on top of him,
nnd gave in ita beaten. The encounter galled
Morrissey ami his In- ml- ns mu-'h as it in
creased the reputation of rOOl and his toadies.
It was a great victory 101 the Ann rn-niia ami
Poole was st on.-,, marked by BOOB iii,-ti us
linker, ' Paugeen." J 1111 Turner, and other
fighters who opposed the Americans as n malt
to Is, settled with. Poole was often warned
that these men would d" linn Injurv . but I nly
laughed, and tliero was no taunt that Inflamed
tin- forelgn-liorn politicians in, ire than Send
Morrissey to See If til Poole."
On th" evening ,.f the Jtth ,,f February, is.'."',
pool,, w. iit int., H anwix iiall barroom, where
Tony Pastor's Tlcatre now is. Morrissey,
somewhat Intoxicated, was there, ami lie at
once approached Ptsde. Curses aud llupern
lion followed for an hour. Al length Morrissey
drew his revolver and snapped it 1 1 -.,. times
close to Poole s head, bill it llliss d tlp The
police were enlleii in mi l Morrcsey was taken
out. bill the ofil"er let him go us soon a they
got on the sidewalk. Morrissey drank deeply
and was taken home a few hours later. That
fact saved him from prosecution with the others
w ho wore arrested alter P. ado was shot, Pis.lo
remained 111 the barr.xom, nnd shortly after
midnight " P.tiigeei, ' in,, nick name of a notori
ous rough). "Jim " Turner. l-i. linker, and
"lie ,,r tw,, other leaders of the foreign element
entered. Tiny ti ii 1 heard of the previous row
Willi M,rrisB"y aud set out. armau, tOBeaWhal
they called fair Play, Poole atOM leaning
against tic bar, mi l ' Paugeen " walked up and
coined him by the tjoal ollar.
"You're ad d pretty Amcricau Inimuier."
"Well the boy cay I'm their staudard
bearer. P,le remarked.
" A devil of a sLuodurd U'urcr. I'm going to
Poole looked at ' Paugeen nnd laughed, and
tlien " Paugeen " coughed, and spat three limes
in Poole's fin e. That appears to have MOB an
agreed sign, for Turner took off his coat, draw
an enormous revolver thai weighed twelve
pounds, and placed tho UUBUB on ins left nrm
lo steady It,
Pis ile saw tho movement and starting lack,
said : " For Hod's sake don't intirdi-r me !"
"Sail in. boys " wus Turner's answer, nnd
then lie lire. I Ills hand nn.st have been un
steady, for the bullet passed tli rotigli th" arm
UpOO which he had rested the pistol, shattering
it and he fell to the floor. liaising himself on
Ins elbow he tired again, tin- bullet breaking
Poole's leg. Poola fell, ami as he lay OB the
floor Ituk'-r jumped on him, ami drawing a re
volver, tired tWI -e, Poole D"t ' Ve, groaning.
Then llaker iompod up. looked around the
room, ami pointing with the a , ,.. Poole,
said: "Hoys I've fixed that d djiierictiu.''
Tin 11 he rail into ttie street.
fOOM, sUtggeitng to Ills f -et, said:
" I'm shot in thu leg. ' and fainted,
lie was carried lo his BOOM in Christo
pher street. He lived twelve iluys. After
his death the autoi-sy showed thcl OBB Oh
Hoi bitllels had hslge.l in his heart. His death
was recognized as the culmination of the Am.-r-i'au
parly exeitemi-ut. Poole, the leader, had
Isjcii killed by the foreigners. I', ,ol,ou Ins death
bed, said: Idle a true American," and the
apothegm was caught up ami sent broatlcaat
throughout the country. The Know-Nothlna
party set Poole up as a martyr to the cause, ami
10 ibsi ,,r them iitlcndcd his fuiieritl For weeks
afterword It waa not sale fur any man t . say a
Word against the Americans, aud if llaker could
have been found the pollaa would have hud ull
tiioy could do to prevent it lynching.
John Morrissey was put under ball, but every
one was asking for linker. The is.iice reported
that they eoula not And him. ami said that he
would be so safely secreted by Ins friends that
th" chances wera ugainsi tiis U'lug arrested.
Judge Stuart was so disgusted with the In
efll -lency of the .police that he took the case
to rs uially in hand, lb aald thul llak'-r should
be caught If it SOU 1511.110, and lie organlaed
an ttmateur dataetlva foroa, s,,on afterward
Councilman Kerrigan of tho Sixth Ward. P ,
I leu Officer Linn, and Harvey Young, u poll
In laii. were arrested. Judge Sluart said that
they tiad aided in linker's eacape. He learned
that on the night of Ihe murder Baker Went to
Ulng'a gambling house in Centre street ami
stay, d th.-re until morning. Al daybreak ho
borrowed P, illoe I iffleer 1. inn's aoat and rode lu
it Third avenue car lo a house up town. Thence
lie was taken in it close cai riugo to a resort in
Wi meter street, whore in -1 "ma i tie I until a nursn
had been inade i . : i t ) i u i . Forl "11" in--111-nig
In- was token in a milk wagon to Jersey
City and (-onoealed there for thrae days. His
friends engaged paaaaae for him, repres.-htnig
tliat he was on Invalid, in tlie ship Isabella
Jewell, bound for the 'unary Islands.
The polloa officials wi re greatly mortlfled
when it was shown that Judge Stuart had
beaten them cosily, ami they took bold of the
ease in earnest. Judge Siuarl wished to char
ter n steamboat to follow llaker. and the
authorities at Washington offered a revenue
cutter. The Counoiluien paaand u roaolutlon
offering a reward of 14,000 lor Raker a oatiture,
and the aid of the I lovornoff was sought, .ludg"
Stuart chartered one of tin- fastest clippers in
port, tilted bar in one ,y, nn I aba aimed on
the 17ih of Mai 'li. Lieut, llrush, with four
pollen officers, having tie proper pa para,
There was no extradite n treaty with Si am.
but Judge stuin thought thin tin- author It lea
ut Palma, ihe nial city in the Canariea, would
turn over llaker an B mattay of iourtaayi xba
alippay urapeshot arrived at Palma Ian duys
before the Isabella Jew. it. and tin. Spanish
officials promise, 1 In do all in 'licir powei to
secure llaker. The laaonlla Jawatl was sighted
one morning suiinig up tho bay at Palma, and
lh" llruposhot put out tb meet her, linker wus
foiiuil at th" wh""l. lb- wus struck dumh
w hen he suvv Lieut. Uritbh and MergaaBt llatid s
heads as they climbed up tba side of the
Jew-It. On recovering his speech lie told them
that thuy could not take hlui away from Spanish
" We're going to." I lent Uruah sold.
" Thru yoii'llkidnap me.
" Call It wiiul you like "
Tile tlrapeBhol came up New York bay on the
evening of thu 17lb of ifgy, and anchored ,,T
the Battery. Baker wta taken to tna Leonard
struct pollaa station. Tin news spread through
Ihc city lik- wtldtlre. and In an n our til ore Wai a
d'-nsc moo In front of tna polioe station. There
were fears of it riot, und llaker wits quietiy
tuk'-n out it back way and driven Ul the City
Prison. Kxtrn editions ol some of ih news
pitpers announced the arres',, and 'I'llg Sun thu
next morning, over tlie u mil of lli" return of
th" Urgpcabot, hud the lug I. lick iieitdlincs tliat,
In those dBVB, were reserved lor extruorUiuary
linker remained uuietly Itithc City PrlaOB un
til tiiu following December, Tho ozultomoot
had then cooled down, H" was defended by
Horace K. Clark and James T. Urn, It. and the
U'lal lasied iieurly a monthi every session bainfl
attend.'. I l.y dense throngs. John Morrissey sat
m ar linker during tlie trial. Th" jury dis
agreed, and linker was remanded for a hew
trial. A change of venue was procured, and ho
was retried it year Inter In Newourgb. James T.
Ilrady and cx-Judg,. Fullerloii defendoil htm,
und A. Oakey Hall conducted the proaecutlon.
The juyy disagr I ugatii. and linker was lub-
Bequently ruluaaad, the Indictment bunging
linker disnpi, ear, d fr an Nan i n k Boon after
his roleose. and ho was next licurd fTOffl iu
Puns, where he assuuicd llie mime of Jackson,
There lie lived it lonely life, aud those who have
seen loin say Hull hu was puuiubud all IhttSU
yuan by hia uwu uooaciuueu.
iTBAMBOATt IB VOttlMtOtt,
The 4aialtaBI Keeelvlnc such n ninxv thai
he xvna thnuchl lo be Mlnklnc
The ltHknway cxtMimltm BtoninlMuil Amor
Icns nnd the Fulton ferryboat Fnrrogut wero In
collision at about 7 o'clock last evening off Jew
ell's pier. Tho tide wnc ruiinlng rnpidly up the
Knct rivr. ond the slcomlNat. as usual, went up
on tho New York side, and rounded lo under i lie
bridge so es to approneh her whnrf on tlie
Brooklyn side against thullde. When she wnc
nearly opposite tho Fulton ferry tho Fitrragtit
exme out of her slip on the Br.siklyn elde. and
her pilot blew two whistlee. Indicating Hint he
would pass ahead of the Amerleu. Tho pilot
of Hie Amerl'HB answered with two whistle.
Indicating that he agreed to thnt course, nnd
caused tils engines to back wutor as the Fnrro
The pnssetigers of th" Americus. however
thronged to th" Brooklyn aide, on.- wl I
was tippt'd nearly OUl of th" Water, and
th" speed of the boat we not slackened
sufficiently to stop her in time to allow the
Farragut t puss. Tho strong tide swung
th" Fnrrogut raphllv up stream, nml her
bow struck th" bow "f th" Americus olsmt four
feel below the guard, while both boats were
backing wotcr. Phe crash carried away a small
portion of the Isiwofthe Anierl"us.and knocked
down h'-r flagstaff. As she slowly moved to Iter
pier, witii Inr throng of posse tigers, ninny im
agined that she was sinking. Prompt examina
tion, however, showed that no water wns coming
Into her hold, and after a slight delay she pro
ceeded to her remaining landings.
The throngs eoncentrnting nt Pulton ferry on
lh"lr r.'turn from "xcursions were with diffi
culty persuaded that nobody was hurt. They
flocked to J"W"ll's wharf In disomy, fearful
tluit Is'fore the passenger of the Ann'rh u
could land Hie Isatt would sink. Some of the
pnsseiigcrs became alarmed, and chose to re
turn lo tiie city by the ferry and ears. The pa.
pirity. however, remained onboard, Th" Far
ragut wns uninjured and the ct of repairing
the Americus will Is- Insigi.illennt.
THE SITVATIOS IS TIIK OOAt MISE.S.
Xb Dancer or a t. i Mtrlke In Ihe Polls.
Vttte ,, ,, a II, w , Hnlni.
Pi iTTRVl LLK, I'll.. Aug. 11.-The Mining
Journal to-morrow will publish tho following
on the mining situation Iu this region:
" At another meeting of the Knight of Labor
of this county, held last week, the subject of a
gcticrnl strike, which hud boon deter
mined upon. to toko place early
lu August. was r "canvassed. The
employees of tlie Philadelphia nnd Beading
Coal nnd Iron Company were almost unani
mously opposed to n strike. They stated that
while the wage were not such as they thought
they ought to have, they had lMen gradu
ally iucrcaacd under the operation of Mr.
I , wen's plan of making them partici
pants In the advance of tolls: that they
were Infovtned there would lot another odvun""
soon, which Would bring their wages up to the
12 ,60 basis, nnd that they hod assurance of
steady work for tba tauBBOB pi the year at tills
rate, and preferred to let well enough alone for
Hi" present. On a vote l lug token It was
foiiud that a majority were of tins
opinion, and so th" danger ol a general
strike in this region may be said to have passed
for the present. Thercwill.no tloubt.be lvnl
strikes, ns has been th" ,-iu." during Hie present
week, brought on by thus" wh" are not paid Hi"
same wages that at'" given by tin. Coal and
Ir .n Company, Individual "pernors cannot
afford to pay the same rateof wages as th" com
pany at tlie present price of cool, lor they at"
not parti .pants In the profits of the adVaBOed
rats of tolls. Some pity it under protest, how
ever, in order to Keep paaoa at the niims.
Others do not. and strikes are the consequence.
We are credibly Informed that at n meeting ol
Lehigh operutors held at Hiuleton on Friday
night. It was determined lo pay the men on the
lHT.I basis. This destroys the ground of discon
tent ami lcav no pretext for u strike In that
OS cap t. BTDB't CAXAt hoai
Artlons of xshlrh Neither I no. Auhrey nor
Colorado xxould be I'l-otld.
After tiio cii-chnigc "f Ida Cratay by Jua-
tjoa Morgan, last Friday, Cttpt. Hyd" of the
canal boat Brndanbeoker invited her to visit her
old nuoriers. She willingly consented und ac
companied the oaptaln to th,. boat that imd
brought tier to this city from Buffalo. The
news that she was on board spread rapidly
among th" fb et ,,f caunl Isiuts ouJ Capt Hyde,
In honor of the OOOBacfoU, pa&t for beer and
IdnCrnter told her ndventures for the pust
f.-w weeks, and kept bay friends la continued
laughter as she sd forth the interest that shu
had awakened. She slept ou board thu canal
ts.at thul night.
Saturday inornlug Capt. Hyde, on awnklng.
went to call Ida. but ascertained that sh" arose
early and baa been gone aoveyal hours. Ho
irondered what OOUld have in, limed her to leave
so suddenly and Uliceremonlously. lie hastily
dressed himself, and then discovered Hint thir
ty dollars In money and li s w it h and chatu
were mi-sing. II included Hint he had Is., u
robbed by Ida ('rotor.
Capt. Hyae is a married num. and hi wife Is
in Buffalo. He knew that should he cause the
girl's arrest his wife would hear of it. lie
spoke of it to ins friends. , ,ne of whom reported
tlie robbery to Capt, Coffry of the New itrect
police. Saturday night Ida Crater was met by
Detective Bagan in Wblteball street she had
on an entire new suit of clothes ami a new hut.
Capt. Hyd" refused to have her ni 'rented.
On ins friend asking him how lie would ex
plain to his Wife tile loss of Hie money, lie re
plied: " I'll tell Hie ole woman thnt 1 had u drop
of the craythur. and that I was robbed."
WILLIAM CI l.l.l.S Itltl ASm LETTER.
An Inlcrrstlnc Communication thai I. ,.,
First Made I'ulillr.
Fair Point, N. Y., Aug. II. Tha following
letter relative to the Chautnuqua Literary Mci
entllle Circle, written by the lulu William Onlbin
Bryant a short lime previous to his death, lo
the BeT, Dr. John 11. Vincent of New York.
Superintendent of tba CbBUtBUQOB Assembly,
will appear in the Cndu'dtie'oi Arinhly lnulv
lln alil to-morrow morning, and is furnished to
tbapyeaa by courtesy of tho editor, the licv,
Theodore L. FI.Knl:
N'KW Y.isk. Msv IS. S7
Mr Huts Hut I mini, ,i to ereasBt St tti. tneettng rsii,-,t
t .ii u it iu,- tin' CnaitUinQiia utsrery nn,t Iciennat rirels.
tan I um .Ia'I tluit .m il inevsaWnl It on foot, nntl . i.h
it tin tullr.i tsccf ti titers ik sn stt'-iupt to niskt,
celcace, ore knuwletlis otitis lewsef notorial unt
Verse, sn nllv ,,l pte titM.l win, Ii Jrnif. s Miismte
telrltusi valitonee and a mtuis he, in utort loberrow
ni w-i. in-f wscaons to be utcu cycliift rhrtiUMBli Th,
it icn, nt r, ii.-ieii, iitersfere, roaaosai ttist sat irmii
never eentrcdiots cnolher, cri dMny wlcfljr wave thst
ctfk to Heastooi Uu atopic it fcrgc to Oiliik ''! la
wstgtt cvwciice, ci wsfl h. inbsntivc in livtni caer.
i , a ot their inn- t.i it vkfnreui Irclnlaacl ita-intetiTt.
n n j ii .t ii,' v at ttie i,..i bottas, wen yijn 'to pns.r u dss
.stl.Ucterily Willi ilis-tlaiii Hlth wtn.-ti tlie muni lilttlil
niiicrwiM- tr,-ci, ,- b, s Ifqercd, It ! tree ttist ilo-r,-1. no
la snen m ninncn know isdfc io nuiiortanl 'list w in, ti
nut'lir tin- ilntu-. n, si nil owe ie n, .1 sua tn mrli ether,
sli t Hist tjim- i. in lewof tlis nniv, r.e .iiiiliinv suit
weiuK'riui it ncy i' " worthy ts t uik fOUy
Itliuwii SI ths l.sw ol LoVC, wlilrti BlCkSI
tiiitt who ntsy it bletsoif lo Ini spcetof.
in.i the unoii.si eacfrvcncc at whlen wetiltl
put ini-e it is re proportleii of ths svlis wltteh cflrej
aicnclnd; yet Is c knoe i.-.tm ul tne rcsalni oi mi, , sua
su. it ol it. in ttocsssf cs sn most opsntu tin- Dopular iniinl
hnporto.nl, fei ii"- part,,,, of. itmsing tin- diffsrsnl
splirrr o, i-upieil lo Micnse III, I nrltcl -a I'i'l prt 'linns
Ptc Inauircr Itoiti mistaking ihsir dlvsryvncs tram ,-srti
ollin fur uopiadtloa, 1 Mrcrlvtj tlai Iniporullll mlvsn
leic iii it"' preuotwd t?rgBnlsailen, namvly, um iiiu
win, eimsur III it M ill 111111111111- eiiroai ss- e u 1 1 etlivi
It wll ft tie niaMtors c rtininiun tniriutt. wtm-ti ii
win DCfCtl s tee Ling pi tirotlisrlie,.! . tln-v will huvr s
eontntoB topic td converictlon siul Ji-i n.nin in.t tn.
tlis riiiilf.qui-tli-i' will pe tl, a t iniuiy all,,. II the .1 1
clons mlttltt suoa crew aocyy n tin' ituiht. shn-h ire
rscominsotisd lu tit.-tit . will i-i incitod to i.ti-i,-iiiuv
pi ttie IntorcM wiurfi thci mi othen uxtiu m ptvin It
ncy licyccn in rcr instcia-ci tnsl pcrsou td sniiuciii
no msi sndownicitto, which epifrwici u.utii hcverc
iiiiiii,,! i in-alio sn ,1 end a nx in, a a, sui be tdlinuMtod is
Out iiiiiitnir ti, cttilt m i. hii i put tertti unsxpet tod iw
crs, Hini. ,s..li'tj rcpltll) ts-tuiiii ttie re. i. bccoin yrictli
.1,lilniul.tiel 111,1 lean I IUVM sun, Hit till luinliinrtel ill
tile Hge I .lull le lllterein.t 111 HHli'lilnil. itllllliK tin
litlli ii'ftru of It'. Hint nun yet remain tn nut, tlie iirottre.i
Mini remit, ul the , lu'i Which 111- loo' liuni ill. tin.
ictn-r i nn, .11 very truly yearsi w 0 Hum,!
To Rev Jons u viaecsy.
Ntottlnc a Hlval Itoardluc II.,,,,
J .tinea Kent of 13 Hamilton street, and Utivld
MeBfot . till next iluor iivltitihur. lie In utile t in law nut
the proprietor at tailor' baardiay hoaaii Krom iulm
rlvall la tlir .UstOOBI illi ..1,1 It it J It its 'or miue nine
,,!. i batwean tiirm i.u.t yvcatni k,tii
i-iim-J Monroe el iituitf uatclr lllscnc la tiikinc
eWei r it si utt An ansry bltt'rpctloil eii.ia-,1.
alien kelll inCtollsa tl p eolillle ItPIM Mint
luilleil II mi Monros, 1'lie litter run into In. Iiihim-. when
keril ContlaUSd to III I ow .telle. Mt tilt licUOS until tie
lll't ,leiliell-lie,l I lie pcaCI "I W0 fnail WtndtlWI Ulan
Menrot taw his property goitoi to flssprut'ttiiii. hi crawd
lalliwll Willi m revolver. in,l tsitfcn Units il Keru. Tlir e
liotl were lll'eit, win II H II oltti , r put sn PUd lo the luitlle
to kiuiekuiii tile ti.tcl nut of Manns-'. liinU Tliey
were belli mi re. toil and lock a up 111 tlio aadl.oit ilrvet
1 ,., . IllUoll.
II e tie.-.-,, 4-hrlitlnn Ittlou.
Havrk. Aug. ll l.x ijueeu Christina haa to
ccivstl Utu Isil lutrstjutiukh
ON TIIK ROCKAWATf SA.NDS.
HOW TWESTr-EIIE TBOV9ABD KXVVR
HIOSISTH HfEST HI'S DA Fe.
Plenty or M ml. nnd I ,., r. nnd Or.nt aporl
In Ihe Httrr ot el " A tint ttnlly" - An In
Inslented Itnlher'i Poolhttrdy Altemi!.
Tho ruah to Knckavray yostenlny wu tro
meiiilou. Tho big Pal BOB stennibonta Ornud
Hcpublic nnd Columbia, which started from
Twenty-soeoni! clr""t. North river, before
noon, were crowded with perspiring thou
sands. Tho rush to get on Is.nrd tho
latter wna fairly overpowering, and It was
na much as tho offlceie in attendance could
do to keep tho people from crushing each
other s they crossed tho gnng plonk. Men.
women, ami children of nil ages nnd slzec
swarmed on the wharves and In the cabins
and filled up nil tho available room
on th hurrlciin". Many took lunch baskets
with them. Lade s had nil sorts of cold pro
visions. Tba IflBOb counter was thronged, and
Ihe bar devoted lo luger beer was overrun.
Everybody drank. When ihe boat was fnlrlv in
the stream the Thirteenth Begiment band
played a stirring military air. nml the hea'.cd
thousands drank in the cool breezes from the
surface of the water. Walters passed through
the crowded aisles crying beer, lam,, undo, soda
water, and other refreshments. Venders of
bricks of Ice crcum shouted uutil they wer"
There were plenty of women nnd children.
One QaraiBB mother sat in a corner of the
saloon with tw plump-faced babies hanging
about Iter BOOK, and lnsies of ul! ages under ten
thronged alsmt her. In OBB hand she held a
glass of lager and in another a sandwich, and
it wits its good ns a plnv to Itya her give her lit
tle brood a l ite and a sin. Uavly dressed young
couples oOOttPiad the snug corners of tho IjofflB
ami whispered ami blushed and giggled in th"
most approved fashion. Now and then a fan
rapped the knuckle of s-'tn" lis, exuberant
swnln, and a "Why. Clmrlcy !" or "Oh,
iloorgx!" attracted the attention of the ex
cursionists. Off Fort Hamilton the band played Strauss's
waltzes, and the yung ladies with high heeled
Im-h.Is k"pt time to the music. A sharp lookout
was k"pt for porpotsea and other murine mon
sters, but without mu-'h su'Vess. The hyaena
from seaward wns delicious, and everybody eu
joved it to Hi" utmost.
At ltoekswity th lioat part"! with large
throngs at each Innding. tba largest debarka
tiott being nt the Uenside Hon". Bcmecu a Ve
nue, lending i!"Wn I" the tieacll. WUS lill"d oil
both sides with shops, museums booths, sa
loons, uud drinking 1 nrs of all kinds. At one
boatlery, near th yaliroad, a patty ol strolling
minstrels, with their faces blacked, were sur
rounded by nn eagerand adiinritigthroiig The
fellow, uniformed In parti -explored jackets,
high sharp-s, int'-d collars and striped hoee.
lolled back in ' hairs ami sang negro camp
meeting melodies, accompanied by a bumo aud
it pair of bones. Their favorite nir was:
Vatt Ui.y'r cMala' fee Uiay'ta comim
Wihiiiu i oinin
Dcy'rc si) coiiun 1s t r,- all here'
lAiide: Hi U'l ter . enun
witter' uni Poo tcesia' w M lt Klau of he. I
At this there was a loud laugh, and then tho
niiualrulo broke Into the wild rfraiu;
I'm lew ie act i yeevj n trrowa,
ti. in' la lei i h,,,ne hull- bv
Tie- niirel. I'l-nrin- 'lasses dowai
Uoln' to net i home hut.e by.
oh' Bat waMtiaehaxj
latn.l eb Meotlue... I mint tlie.
1 ueloiic l.ote contrBtisiiit , Inl'lrcn;
... ii. tappt 1 tlenie lame :
Copt-rs and ton -cent pieces flowed In plenti
fully. ..ud at every ly-ah song tho 1 ' lihu kev
nioors," ae tl delighted old KugliHh litdy ealled
them, pledged each other in cups of "sparkling"
Further on was n combination of Punch and
Judy show and Aunt Sally, of whieh Hie throng
never seemed to weary. Alsiye an edge of oau
vus. hourding, and ihe traditional temple de
voted to Bunch appeared th" heads of thut hero,
of Judy, and "f su uiihiialukuhle darkey. MOB
customer was furnish,! with three balls, and
oaeb lini" he hil either of the three h.-a.ls he was
entitled to what, in Hie language of the propri
otor. is toyman a raid (einphaala on tbacroodl
elgar. When Ihe Srs rep .rt-r walked in. a
prodigy of a email boy with preternaturaJly
sharti aim was d"p,t ing the cigar box in the
interest of his male relatives.
The most remarkable phase, of Aunt Sally,
by the by, was to be nana a Week ago yesterday,
near one of the bathlBB pavilions. Here nn
enterprising Long islander had established H
a game which lairly dwarfed anything n tna
beach. This Unit) the Aunt Sally. Inatead of be
Ing a W00B0B efrlgy. was a big. live, atrapplng
negresc from Port .feffersoti, with it bu- To like
it camel's hump. OOin potted of oil the editions of
tho Sunday newsp.tpers. The woman stood
up against a canvas aeTsen twenty feet
"ft. nml each man that bit tba bustle WBB PPO"
vlaed with a truly go d etgitr of double extra
quality. Kverylliing would nave gone on swim
mingly had not tho ni'-rrviiiukers took to pelt
ing the girl's arms nnd head instead of her
bustle, whereat the cable Aunt blally rebelled.
Tin Long Islander who, It waa aald. bad Man
at ootisidoruiMe expenae In bringing the girl
from the other side ,,f the island, stormed ami
swore, and threatened t,. have Sal y arrest, d
lor not carrying ut bay contract. In the
end tin police march' d off both patties, Th,
girl subeeuucutly i "fused to make n . "mpliiiut
and tin L,ug I- . r retired to his native
wilds In a crushed und demoralized condition.
Another wonder of Hi" Is'n.-h. that was
thronged all day yesterday, was a museum eon-
taming u Darwinian monkey of extra line who
swung about on trapezes. pluBBad under water,
climtied bare poles, and did --ryth nig but talk.
The proprietor said tliat " Burnuni hud refused
to gle lD.ISKJ for him.
Tossing rings at a board covered with knives,
jewelry, uu 1 1 paled ware was another favorite
amusement. wtheB the ring eBOlrolad one of
the prizes, tho latter was handed over to the
Hi rower. A man a bo won a silver watli iu this
wuy spent it iputrter of an hour trying to wind
it up. and then reaoid It to tba proprietor for a
Th" long beii -h for miles was lined with
throngs going nnd OonilntT, Watohina the bather-
and amusing themselves with th. catch
penny on ull sides. By 3 o'clock the
sands, as far us the m eould
s ". were alive with peraona, Twenty. the
thousand would not have been u large estimate
of tne uuiubei there. Thousands bathed, ami
the peach f,,r a long distau,- WBB lined with
dripping man und women. Children ol all BRea
sported mi th" inner edge ot the surf, and
Shouted Willi gee IS ill" Wlllt" foillM -'Uc. tlVtT
then- iiitre feat und limbs, noma of the young
ster "f from in to 14 ventured boldly out until
aa -Ii incoming wave submerged them, Wh
families could ba seen clinging to tha life lines,
and rising and falling with the incoming
A linll-intosi 'uted swimmer. otiposlte llonison
A Wnlnwruiht'a bathing pavilion, attracted at
tention by taking Ins two-year-old eh I III out be
yond tlie breakers Tins foolhardy font wus
ac. ompliched by the father'! pulling the little
fellow a logs around his own Devli and then
plunging out through the surf. When tho
nun had got beyond III! depth, the child fell off.
Capt. Butt, a profaaalonal awimmerattaohad to
the pHvtiioii. wetii to Hie man's acciitanoa. and
sir 'ceded in Baring t! rtlm just us it wus
going dow n for tho Inst time. Tin half-drunken
fittliiir wus very iiuligunut and wnnted to tight
Butts for Interfering with Ins DOJ I The child's
mother, who had ill moat fainted at the sight, re
buked her husbaud uud tlianked Butt- warmly
Tliero were several cased of lighting ami
drunkenness, nml eight prisoners were taken
in charge ol a Deputy Sheriff to numnetnaij mi
Justi 'i being present at RookaWay. Capt, Oar
diner, the Chief of Police, does the beat lie can
Willi the Bunted forte at his disposal, but tba
crying need of the beach is more and better po
Ou ilia last I ruins tlie orowd was largely of Ten
totilo extra, 11011, nnd th" music of the infinite,
especially those who were tecthttis- w.'le Borne.
what diseoi-daut. Ylauv gate their tired moth
ers a brioi repose bv orying lliemaeivea to bleep
The ditll'tilty .,f d.-tinguisliin- between the
car bound foy BUbhwIck and those for Long
laliind City was a Iruittul BourOS "I p"i'-
plexlly. est iiiliv 011 Hie purl of lllger
ladcned youths nml inaideni Bcoyeaol lallgUed
couples gave it up in despair und fell BBlet p "ii
each other's shoulders. Those who remained
awake were well 11 lull Hlpnyjtinted bv the cloud
of sulphurous tneke win h Is-lehed in ilimugh
the windows nml tliiou th" eye uud lloctrlls "f
those sitting next them The tlir ng Were even
too sleepy to stai I ' The Sw . , 1 Hy und Hy." Hint
immemorial consolation of wettried 'uraloit
ists. tine solitary von-, 1 iu the tmynur tried i t
chirp, "Tlie Emperor ol Austria had 5uo,tioii
Al every binding, nnd eg) tally nt Far Book.
away, there were seemingly Interminable stops.
At Jamaica lha bun waa fairly exasperating.
Ai IntorvBla tlie snoring aloupera roubed tnoiu
selves to diaeuaa the nverlaating question
"Which ears ttint to Bushwiek and which lo
Long lsliind t ity .' ' Durlug Hi" laiter ,int of
Iiu- journey tiio dBrkuaaa grew Hiakcr and
" Wlieru nre we. any how.'" sung out a qui ru
lous volOt Iroin the liiiiorinoBl recesses of tho
A uoisoiii" smell of sludge cid rushing
through the open window was Hie emphatic)
answer. Titer. wit BO need to ask tWiOO what
that meant. In two minutes more Hi, tired
throng WB8 debarking at Long Island City uud
tha Uuuday s buoil waa ovur.
THE EHIIITISil IS IIOSSI f.
An Eight Honrs' Hnllle, In which ths Bos
nluni I. oil .".ott Men.
Vienna, Aug. ll.-Ontclal tntaUljrwnoa hna
been received fully confirming tn all lis details
the report of the bntthi on the gth Inat. along
the line from Maglal to Hheptsclie. a tele
grnplied by tho correspondent of the London
Dailu .Vfirn. The OffloUtl reports BiBBB tho
numlier of Insurgents at considerably over
6.U00. with four caniu.n and a rocket hatter r.
The fighting lasted eight hours, the Insurgents
obstinately holding a uocesslon of strong posi
tions. Tim It, minis lost 500 in killed and
wounded and Tl M y prisoners. On Friday Ihe
Austrian advanced against the ctrotigly en
trenched position of Vranduk.
( tiNBTXNTINoPI.F.. Aug. 11. It I positively
stut'iil Hint tin I'ortc on Saturday telegraphed
decisive instructions to Seraj' vo Hint nn agree
ment had been reached with Austria upon a
basic lor a Convention: that, therefore, the
Austrlau enter tna Turkish province ns
friends, and Hint any offer of resistance to ih.-in
will be to no purpose
The Porte has resolved to grant very largo
concessions to Crete, tieh n will BB aBiOBIBtod
to purify th" inhabitant of that island ; but hu
determined lo refuse the demands of (Iroe'-e,
deeming th.-m unjustifiable.
Bucharest. Au(i. 11. News received from In
surgent sources is Pi th" effect that the oppo
nent to Austrian occupation, consisting of
Bosninnc, Turkich trout. Armtuts. ami Al
bnninns, number over HKi.nno. men. well armed.
All the siratogie points n tit1 road to Hersjevo
ur OMOpled iinif BBtrenohoa, Both the Insur
gents and lie Austrian uro being reOnlorecd
I B I t OS THE Y Aril IS.
IN. X. fork I'lnlt Men ll,ldlng Aerx-lees In
. i llitrlior-T-l)M'i I'mirHmiif.
N'F.wi'onT, Aug. 11. Tho New York Yncht
Cluli men have enjoyed the Tiolee farniente"
of existence to-day. ns they rocked at their
moorings in historic Newport harlsir. A beau
tiful breexo from the westward drew through
the funncl-shitped entrance to the port, and
tempered agreeably the aim's bright rays. Iti
the morning, cervices were held on the spacious
decks of the pretty schooner Estelle. The
Hon. John Oakey. Assistant District Attorney
of Kings county, delivered an BloqttBttl ex
tempore address, and others furnished choice
Afterward a meeting of Cnptmns was held on
the flltgsh ll, Resiles St tvhb'h It WH Voted to
sail for Hew Bedford to-morrow nt ! A. M. The
ya"hts wili wigh nimher and rendezvous off
Brentona B,ef Lightship, from which there
will ! it line start Tlie race t" Raw lledlord
will end off Clark's Point. Here divisions will
lie formed, wuii the Humbler lending the star
tstard division of sclusiners. the isnn Hi"
port division of sloops, lu this order, pr"-
i",l by the flagship, port will is entered. Ofl
Tuesday thero wiil t" a sweeptnke rnce o..
tween the big-keel s "hislll'TS Intrepid, llr.eul-
BOUstBti and Humbler, and tbe pOBfPOneo gig
nn l dingy races will also be rowed. Commo
dore Kane hoc initiate,! an agr-cablo change
by spirting at a reasonable time of day instead
of at tie early hour at which th" fleet wns
formerly in the liHlnt of getting under way.
A naval court-martial will probably I" con
vened at Oak Bluffs, to try charges preferred by
n certain ya"ht captain against two of hi
guest. On-- of th'-ui. he aver4, brings hit 1 bad
luck by wearing two white stars on his Bannel
shirt, ami by expe toraiing to windward. Th"
Other came aboard lat" "in night and knocked
over the II y box with alsmt Son flies in it.
.V THE HOSrlTAL ASH I SKSOWS.
Women l-i. ...-, ,-a In th. BBewata ai.fe, ond
Itelttilne lo t.ll. Ilivlr ,00 -
The jrlrl found sick nt Twenty-seventh
street and Third aventi" and taken to Bellevue
Hospital on Friday evening still obatinntalv re
fusco to tell her nntne. She was unn-h battel
yesterday, although coniewhat aitin.yed by
visitors who persisted in questioning bar. At
one lini" it was thought that she wns the sister
of Mrs. Bois of 110 West Twenty-sixth street,
who was reported to be mis-lug from her home
sin, We-lnes luy last, but Mrs. BotaBBld v- ster
dity that sh" hud found In r sister by mentis of n
letter. Sim saw th" girl al llellevoe, who did
not recognize her. but laughcl when caked If
Imr name was EllBBOath Suiitli. the iiitiiieof
M rs. Bois's sister.
F.iiznieth ncoonnto for Hat abaenoe by Baying
that elie wnc taken suddenly mk tn the street
and waa conveyad too private hospital In Fifth
street, without the mstter having be 11 reported
to th" police.
Auotli'-r woman, who r 'fused totell her uiime.
was token to Bellevue Hospital yeaterday. slot
was suffering from alcoholism, and pbtOBd in
the ceils, she has dark hair ami ayuB, ami
wore a dark overdress. She is about 2 yeurj
Ellen Smith, aged M, .f 4:is F.ut Fifteenth
street, attempted suicide by taking Paris green
yesterday, but tlie tiuniitity she swallowed only
made her sick, (the will recover.
JERSEY CITY'S UVBDBB.
Another Blood. Ntalned llirmenl Found Mri.
s.,011, AimIi I'roitrated.
Much Bxoltn roan! araa oroBtBtJ nt PoUos
Haadquart -r iu Jcraay City yoatarday morning
whan it was learned tout Mrs fanny smuti. the
widow of tiio murdered poll nil :er. was suf
fering from a violent recurrence of the mala ly
which nearly proved fatal to her on Friday
night. Tho violence of lh" attack prostrated
bar for aoma time, but alter a few boursul in
ten,, suffering tba completely rooovtirixl. She
continues to he dejected, although aha oeeu
cionally indulge n unrestrained gnu ty.
Ever since tlie murder was OOmmitted Vaian-
Hue paator, a soavensTer hu been employed I v
th" authortti a about the house u( Ihe Smiths,
Last night Pastor's sou. nn Intelligent young
mail of twetily years, reported Unit hia father
had found in a x it tilt a man's shirt atoinad with
blood. Th" Chiei "( Polioe was immediately
Informed, ami ho ha, n i sani. bent the gcr
metit to Pr .f. DoramoB, Tnaabirt haa n, t i,-ti
Identiuad, nut tha police ben, .ye they have dis
covered an udditiohitl and important clue.
ANQtlXB 1 m: QBBMB.
About th. Moil Novel ol' All Novel Wuyi
Thomas Fitzgerald keep n Inrg" flook "f
pe-. on ibaceaw baak af tac Wcat Fanaicfeel lathe
laaeaad dlstncl oppabtM bti boeis un rtek wltti m
into a poo,l mted SCO For IQOtl Utile na-t lit!- r,i ,1
tin la-en baaayed by Btadlciapsaraaceof tain) irui.
yceap, aad n ssxsd the poucs to wctob fur the rcaat
nn leturttcy aftoraooa on igBect law two aieaaiMl s
women MtMii.iu.. it hi ride ol tt,- ,..n,i. sviilsnut t, ins
tocebfh Belt, bttvUbj iini-.tosi iih,x. Hy wctoitins taeia
Biors cloavlir the oBt ir cicsrtcinad Ibbt n, wen 11 t
Cult-hlllH ll-ll. I, lit S.CCP, the I . X. I, elm.' bllllcd anil
b'l net nt , II All el lll.l M..lMle Header IWSIU lewuol
one 01 the t.iiteil !io,,k-, Iiu li wh. k.it na utc lUrtecv
o- the water v. tin a rork I' St, l d sriblxsl the In, I.
IttiMWai 01 1 blieipja lowed. he wciltai led ',1.1, 1.
ir uu Uie shore rtn- igBcvr crrvstod lbs costori. oil
111 Ilic lUr'i in felloe i-,,nr-. yelterdsy the psvi lie 1
llrtllie.it. Alas Ull B .sum I ionic W Uinill.,1 pild
Kiui W111111. ,t Net In ins ,ble 10 liinn.li llu bail 1 it Ii,
Hi t it'll- eiiiiinicn ,1
Th. Krordnieti'i Ilittik fluii.lei-.i . to It.
t AHiiiNtiTiiN. Aug. 11. -The iVairtf e of to-dny
isvi "t',,11. rei.iuin W lutitiorue writol t" n frtftld III
thtoelti tint al coob as Cenf ren aiest In December he
wilt inks mtasurai leeaposs nii Print lu luiucc Hi int u
who were orauiUtea iu tlie t-oiiipirsot m 'et. tits lu-i t
lieu'. Bink . itutt ibeo- w.i. it dellbercto cuuialfcci to
rub iti- bsbk its Uunki there Ii ciupli pn i lb' lice
been atsolnti a eareiul eaciiitusUon uf tin reenrde to see
wlullier tile elliuiiil IruiieSI 1 uni,' . ot- heLi! I expullliOlv
lor ttie la.. Ill Civil mil
Lat ins n 1 Itureb I 01 no Blows In Ilrooltlyn
Tim corner stone of tha Roman Catholic
Oaureh oi the Uolt Ncaw wcclaul mi Niata cad Preseset
Bti'iiuei. Hreokivu. u Huti,, i.i.n him. ysstenlaj sltor
nooa la the priieia?f9l cbout lw00u stevutorc 1 1,1.1
cession in church 1111 tompt rauca tocletiei an,i p itvlc ts
1 "i 0"' A'" a in nr-ier 01 Ita, 1 man, cuiiiprtiinii in all
4.UI0 pel -. stunaed Tn- i.e. church ll lo h, .,1
brick tvtui c eesliiu L',i,ai'itj iur t.o.i yps Kvv ritoc
b. u lletlly. tut no 1 ly 01 st J.w i.li . 1-11 wli i 11. i .i.t 1
Qeratnay aad tba Vatleaa.
Lonpon. Aug. 12. -The SfaiMtttrvfa Berlin da.
patch Uni it ti tgato Mterud men Kitwom n U1.1t
" barra nt bar bseu rsaohed. cciiordiaii t" hull tin
riiik i,t a . w ill 1, msib u dvsd lollsr
Ucrdlacl Xliia uivapa Pcistl ct'ortitcrv ol iuto,bai
cuiitiiintii, nn ,1 to tin Uovsrntiit.iiu ai Luintiiii it. i.,n,
SI I'i'tet -lull . 111 ' Bi 1 lie In. , I Itrtl UlUUIIUIlUt' 'he .ei..l
tn.- at'potistioni c uli in ,, liiiveriiiui'Btc stul bci tn, 11
CSMUMUCi el III .un eie .,ol win na.l rPCdlUPU lo Lome
lo all untlei Ipualiluf
A t'anie Throtitili L'SCtrctl lttrk.
nnl, er kin mi tin in - it lent, ti,,' parapet "i Central
I'ark. Bleejly pursued by uftlosi H x ut ttie fort) psv
t-iiin street 1 aUcv, ami he kaot ked Boa u em- 01 on- men
ami Stepped lite oilier Tie w, 1 Um, It, x im.l I iiw
reacs kurn-ll. who, it CfCi clkcfo, bed sttoVti liorsei
hom Han Wrii lit ol T1.1...11 - .N. k 1111,1 LenlisnJ l
lli,- of ruificai iinOtie ll,., wcrs cumuiitted In deiaull
01 :i,o ul usvb, k Juattts KtlbtoUi.lo Uo. kotsttltc
rojtai couj-l 1
TIIK rJIISTOFTHK Tl' UN KUS. 9
CKT.BBKA Ttlta the i stexsiaz Axrrtm mm
VERSA R Y or tVOWtn JAHS'S birth. VmW
Th. le.OOO xl. . ,,i..,. In thli t'onntrr wf tbw ItotJ
Orrul Oei-man Hoelely llolnc Hon.. to lu WW
Founder X -i , I . '- I . - i. . o. I'.l. It e l
YoHtonbtv belnjf the oontfiininl of tho llnB
birth .. Frederic Linlwig Jnhn. the founder of Vifl
Turner bOOiatloa in tb rinaiiv. orders were Is. i'l
sued by the Central Committeo In 8t. Ixjulc thnt J1 H
the 18.0IKI Turner of the United States should ll B
Btvbbrata It and the day following by acerloc of I ftt
nthh tic exercises In their several districts, fol- JlmW
kywad by C 'Cinl gathering. Turners of thla ilWW
district, comprising tho" of New York, Brook s ,
lyn. .lersev l it-, Orcenvill", I'nrlatadt, Bloom- t iL
Ingdale. Y 'likcrs.nml .Newburgh. thcreforecent t dial
delegations yeaterday to Turn Halle, In Fourth H
ctruet. and the e.x, r is.'s . ro Is-gun with fenc j Irjt
Ing and broadsword practice. In the afternoon ijH
then were ntlbTthoBlvB and performances on IH
the single and double bar nnd vaulting horao. jl
In sumo case tbovlgoy and nentnes of tho mWm
feat etju'tlled those of irofcionnl athletes. , III
The Illootn ingdale men carried off the pnlm fill
ns gy mn lists. New York being second, and III
Cnrletn.lt third. 'ill
In tho evening tho Turner and their wives, ill
daughters, and eweeli"iirt cut nt long table nl
nnd drank lager. Ihe Chairman of the occasion ft I
silting. Willi several speakers, upon the stago, lj
whii li u is emb 'Ibslie.l I" a long-bearded por- Ut M
Iran I ,1 ,'it S - n re sung, either as solos Rial
or bv tl ntif mpiitiv. n lund played, poems 11
v rc e, nd. atel humorous sp-'O -hes were made. ,
Th" li'" of Inhn was also rea l. He wns bora I;
IntbePraaal n provtn d l.iegnltz. hie father jj
le'ing a LUthernn clergyman. Ho entered the i
Prussian army as a private, and rose to a eoi- Ji
onolcy during Hie wars against th" first Nn- 1 , A
poleon, H" found that no fr.-sh troopewera M
ni i,, bear the fntigu - nml privations of cam- , , ' a
pniging. und aii"r Hie wur urged upon the 1 il
Uuvernmenl that grmaatlca should be intro- i H
dii 'ed Is.th into the urmv and the schools. Hia ' j), B
sucTgeationa ware complied with, and he was Qj
apiioinP'd getternl in-i tor "f gymnnatlo T, H
clusse. After n few y nrs he fouudcdtlie first i l fj
Turner society, of youth connected neither 'tt 0
with th" army nor -h"ols. and others uulckly ' S
nrosein x tri u part "f Oermany. In 1H4S t fl
Jahn Waa arrested lor being implicated inthe li
republlesu uprlstog of Hint period, end Im. U
prisoned for two yenrs in th fortress of Span- jM
dan. tin hia liberation the Oorernment grant- I1
ed Inm a pi'iisiiiu in eoiisiileiaiioti of the valuo i
hi introdii t on ..f gvuuti"a bad been to tho V,
nat on. but lie enjOTad It only a year. He died
iu 1841, agodTS,
T" day H x. raises will Is? at Schntfen Perk, IMM
Union Hill, inula number of feat lrrowetl A
from th- S toteh will l ineludad, ns pulling the
heavy st , 'ti" an I thiotv.iig ihc hummer. PriK-a If.
wt; b iwi.i'.l. ! ., ml .1. in -ing will conclude th ' lu.
Th" Turners' societies of Long Island cele. I
brute, it,, anniversary in Ilidgow'K.d Park, ' 'h
about .1 'KHI persons inking pnrt. At 3 P. M tho i'
bora and girls of the illinnmburgh Turn t
s. . gay., nn exhibition of gymnastics anil ) 'j
tuillstheni'. They wra folowe by meniliora r ''.
of the a, lu,' tha Willi. inisburgh, Cen- , I
tral Br'Kiklvn. North Side, nnd New lirooklyn L A
who !..-.hiy. I - cue line fonts ..n tlie parallel ,f'l
burs. borlBontal bar, trap'-ze. A". a H
Tl iat ', "ti the lile ,,nd work of John, by X ,'
Mr Fred Henna, followed. The festivities, 1
whioh w. re not Interrupted bytheorution.wera
ct ntiuued until 1" I'. H. I
In Newark the Tarn societies of JersoyCitr.
Tr -ut.'ti. Pep'rson, Hoboken, Cnrlstndt. Euzit- .T.w
belli. New Brunswick, ami Atlantic City, who
were the gneatc ol He Boolal Turnvereiu and
the Iml 'peml' tit Turnveri'ln ,,f Newark ob- 1
served the anniversary in Volahra Union Park, 1
Ti lehratlon is to i ontlnued to-day. nnd ' '-
it will etinsist of a pr Baton, singing, gym-
Dnatieexer sea by tbe Turners, and an azniM , I
tlqn of c diathenlea I t ttc i.upils.
Bai.timikk. Aug. II -Tl nteiiiiinl snnl-
veisory . f the birth ot Friedrmh Lmiwl.-John. 1
tlie Merman patriot and founder Of sysiemnlin
Dhyaicnl -iiltur". wns ,-. icbint 'ii t, -night nl I
Uoncordia linn bv ih" Oeruinn Turner societies
olilnscity. Tlie Iiall was .-row, led with entliu- I I -alaano
Oarmana, The progmmme ooaalMed ol
or heatrnl music, songs, to.i-.is, ami tablenu. j
l apt. . I. I!, r. lliiiali .!' Iltere.l Hie JUlilel.ll.." h. I i
K eoloaenl bust ..f Jnhn. beautifully i lew rated 1'
nndcrowiieil with evervraana, wbbob tba pint- f
forin. Jnhn a only son, wuo is nn oi l man now
and reaid-a In this city, araa presi-nl anatooi , i
part in one of the lableiiua, Tho oM man. wtti
Ins long, white lull tienr.i. bora a marked r-
sciublan.'c to the bust ol hia father. s
Gored ay a Bteilloast,
Chnrles Kail, n butoher employed at 410 SBBI
Pern foot th street, u, a sp in atty bsjUasB tor stsssbtsr. k
hu ye Me nicy stiersissB, sad UVes mrnou swajtapal
the axe Us stood with bu bock lo th ataatcl far ca to
-taut. a. tie ipoac i" i sscltaai st ii.e ctBeraad "i th
.In nn I, te r I Then he turn, .1 nnd WSl SSOOV rSttVJ
lh use, lll.l in the hullorl ow, r i. i rli s
be a i . ,,: a, ,- ii ',.in rbe tiicei wsssesttddsa 1 '
lllll him did Slit have tun. tctrike the riluniat n Mow or t I
SctoatOI lii-i t ,1 the lii.ru. . nt' r.-.l Kill'. 111
breatet, sssaed tfirtsish ttie i,i ,t, ami attii,ttsi on the , ,
SMrsste v.,. k nhs.ll lite aitovk. th. hullts-B t i
iiihlr w ih- ftra. . nisr.'in- IBs woBtoTjM ho n.i 1 J ,
inJ '.- si,. .ut o uke n. , when soelh.-r t un hef ' '
tuaatnl M n wlib s blow Tin rone with wbieb Hie sin. "1
mcl wsi Ued wci set slock enuepb ior lum t,, cattaa !" A
le iil Kctl w.i 'Hkeu lo It a, vu- llo..itsi. where iu
injorj was pieaoiiatisil 'stii
. It H
Mtirtlerea In st Ititrrwors. I
WlLWMOTOV, D. I.. Aug. H. Tlir) body ot I
Palrisk Colhni utBorer.wM found bars thli niornu H
in an silo i.i'-1 nl as drlnklag si loos ut a low . nar -
lT. kenl la Mr. Mill llii'.niii Hil bld Sbd fSfC Wtff al
kii.ll dl-:iifiu, ,t ut In- -kill! I'tti-huii in It n thooittil -
IllSt In- ' . in il l, li I in Ihl III, en nut .lime. Ilanev, , BJJ
Jam-. U t'ltae. .ma time woitiiii. li't-lietiua- Mrs t mm
t mn. ttitve '"-en prreen .1 sed li- i'i to swell the irti-1 rv
oi Uie Coronet It i .ml mat ihtre Jrsletuy kei 1
Iwven Mcx'iare aao ColUas - I
A rtasaaaa Rilled bj Train. I
Aatba vVhitectone truin on the Long NlnnJ tl
Rallread was kackloe. j-wn to tin- deptH Is ristbacl fl
venae. Rrooklyh, yeitsnlcy aurratag. Qbcrlai m.ivub,
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