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-- ' 1'llE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 5, 18m). , 8? flf jjlfi PROFITS IX FARMING. I "' ; i .mi MiAll MJItlOLK. I n null mm Ten Acrea r Tobtac-co-'l h I riii "na'' '"" "V,e,d Hl"'h ne" I (Uni-lil nnd riui nr Yankee. il jw-oik. Va.. July. -Notlilne surprisos ft ,J J,oiileru man morn whoa m tUnn hU llrst fcl '' iourn into tlio .nithoru States tlitiu tho iiiur u )in prollts which somo Houthorn farm- Hff on roup nor y,,ar "B h"'' ro,lJ tr0m hU m iost i )tli iip about tho run-down nppoar ku ot iiittio'n furniH tljolr bush crown fenc rowt. tho dilapidated Inilldlmrs. tho huy bIt farm hands, and tho slouohr owners gm Mutt their pipes on tho creut houso porch IM tho woods mow up nuil nil but bury them iui J ho cuun t conceive of any prulit bjiiic malo by such formers. Moro. c,L.r lehttsieadubou tho crops mortwieod la uMiuooi tho miiturluirtiiid tlio enormous In terest I aid on tho loans thus obtained, aud bo ho J looks upon hlsotvunoat homo, bis wall-rollod li meadow h. his 'look stock, and his full cruln f bias a ul lint mows and thankB Uod that his s Hua-iliive loon cast In pluusant plncos, and W ! perhaps that ho Is not us olhor men. ovon ns mJ thepoorilovilof at) ideal Southern farmer. T Uutlet tho dairyman from Ornnu'o county, tho hay crower of tho Mohawk nllo). tho corn grower of tho Ohio nlloy, and tho whoat grower of tho Dakotas, not to mention tho boomers of Nebraska and Kansas, aud Ollu baurn and Texas, como to Norfolk, and thon. fttter looking over tho Ohobupoako Hay farms, tale a turn throuch North Carolina, and u'ot tuowledco If not wisdom. 'IhoroarofarinoiBaud larmois, and somu of the Houthorn farmers on make moio monoy w iiuokiDB a pipe on tho porch ou tho shady siilo G ol the croat houso than othois can wrubbluis Bl Tvola loadlni: hay, huskiuK com. or rldiui: a 3 rvai er la tbo heat of tho afternoon sun. Por Instance, theio Is l'urruer llallontluo of this cuunty Ills farm Is 1UO acios iu extent, but be has boon furuilni: only Jul) ucros, bicauso the othoi hundrod was only louttht last year, and It Is not clearod up lot. It lies about a mile from tho city limits. It Is a lovol piece of wound, althouch It rolls onouch for eood dralnaco. and thesullitf mixed, belntc pirtly tlar and partly a sandy loam, i armor liallontlno runs that farm not from a sent on the porch of tho Kroat Loubo. but from his office In tho Ballcntluo Ib ock. one of the handsomest brick structures In tho illy, built by the farmer out of potntoos and kale and spinach and straw berries and cabbnee. Tho story of I armor liallentlne will urto to lllubtrato what other bouthern mon "lie as a Tarheel by birth, was a native of Curntutk county, .S. 0, but has Iled In this county iO lont tnnt people horo count him a KooJ-enouKhMrKinlan.Asayouncman hnvini; po rich Inhoi ltanto. he wont North nnd learned the machinist trade, romalnlnK theie for eleht yours, tho uror.tiu part ol that tlmo bolue passed in Albuny. J hen ho went back to lorth Cnrolinn und a short timo bofuro tho 'war mocdio this county, he biouuht hero, IncludluK fnrni iuiplemonts, household uten eilfl. und cash, a capital of about l.ol)J, Jl a liberal valuo bo allowod to tho outilt. Ho bouUit a puit ol iho laud hkli hn now owns mm sot aooo col o ed hinds to work Thoy were slaves, of course, and thnroioro kss irofltablo than Ireo ' help as ovorjbody down hero uowndmlts. but Mr. lJnllt-ntlue prospered bo that when Jrosi'lent i intoln flood tho slavos ho took ijV.ouu worth ot humun ihnttels from ilr. 1 ullojtlno. 'iho war lolt .Mr. llallontluo with pothlnc but luuil. still ho mlcht hao been much worse oil Ho kept on cultlvntlnc the lifad, hiring tho darkles, whore he hud pro lausly owned tnein. and makluu niouoy luster than over. It Is coramouli said bi toclallstlo sjionkors that no mau can Biake a million ot money in the ma ot a liioilme save by speculation that is talntod with uurichtoousnoss but if jlr. Ballentino Ilo ten years loader he will have the million, havltiu made it out of tb soil and by investing tlio prollts in such real oi-tuto as us ottered to him at what seonied aroason ablo price, and in improvements ou tho laud. JJe Is now woith t'O.UCK). una his incomo this !, your fiom JOD acres of laud mono is about til Ouu. uccordlnix to his books whkh he i, villlnuly showed to a hus reporter. The process b which $1 WU has swollon to I fSuuoOU Is ns simplo as pullinK weeds Jlr. I liallentlne confines his orops to round or Irish potatots, kale, bpiuach, cablagos and straw- J lorries, 'ihoxe eiops are Lhosen because I found well suited to tho soil. '1 hoy nro rotated f ttiuB. lieetmilnKsay with ttlnnch, a urop that ' matures late In tho fall, he cuts and ships it along throuch the winter as the market dew lork and lioston) will take it until April. In the spinach fields ho plants potatoes in rows tour and one-half feet opart, with rows of strawberries botweon tho rows of potatoes, 'iho potatoes ate ready fur the market tbo last of Juno ana are dug und shipped, leaving tho field to tho strawberries until the noxt yoar. when in May the straw 1 erry orop comos on and ts picked. W hen Picked the Hold Is ploughed up and knlo follows I the Intention being to pnt in another crop of I komethlns as soon us one crop lias been gar- 1 nored. Tho Idea of allowing a flld to lie fal- Jl. low is conBldored ridiculous in this country. VJf i In the matter of fertilizers Mr. Ualleutlno Is a liberal but closo buyer liberal to the land nnd close with the do ilor. Ihis last year ho Wf paid Jii.TOAiU for guuno und H'Jl for fish scrap. fl la Norfolk guano soils for too a ton caxh down, H or $53 to bo paid after tho crop is sold. Mr. li&llentlno buys In such a large Quantity that by paying cash with the order he gets a fair per cent, oil tho IM. The amount purchased was spread over 100 ucros of potatoes 50 acres of kalo, Vi) acres ot spinach, 20 acres of cabbages, and .10 acres of strnwberrlos. Just to show whnt ho could do hegavo a little oxtra attention to one four-acre bed of spinach. and in rousenuenco tut ho rod nnd sold 1,11'J barrels from tho one patch, making the neat uin of t iiKJ nn ucro. That, so far as learned br iho reporter, was tbo largest prollt mado by any farmer from a similar extent of land about Norfolk. 1 ,,.i The chief advantages which Mr. Ballontlno i ji) finds In this vielnlt us a locution for a farm : are Its conveuionco to the mirkots of Now lork and llo-tton. tho abundance or good cheap V labor, and tho kindly climate, bplnach out on " ilonduy morulug Is on tho market Tuesday Light In good condition It is shipped either f by the Old Dominion line of steamers, tho JJos- Jji ton llro. or the Capo Charlos route of tho Penn- I. irUuulaltailroad, nroad not long since built down the length of tho lrglnia peninsula for I theoipress purposo of catching tlio truck trade I oftnei hosupoako Jla couuiry, Kalo cabbages, I nnd iipinai h are carried to market for 17 cents 1 a barrel. Mrawboi rles are carried for 1 cout a 1 bucket, Mr liallontlno, who has boon on Long I island to look at the competing truck farms tln-re, says he (.ets bis crops to market at a much less exneuso than Hullolk county farmers do und that he can. In faot, compete in that re- eet with farms lying so near to Brooklyn that tbev are worth I1.U00 an aero. Because ot low froightB the farmers about Norfolk hhlp thouMiudrt of barrels and crates of string benns pe is, radishes, tomntoes sweet potu Joe, and, In fuct, all sorts of vegetables aud bi Tries to Sew ork with ImmeuBo prollt. 1 fhelaborois aio all uegroos and Mr. Bnl- lentlimMalaes them highly. Tho men work lor tusij a mouth or 75 cents a day. iho ;omen. who are about as good field hands as the men, getou cents a day. They board thom Mv at these pi ices. '1 he hands hired by tho montli have mut, whitowashod cottages fur nished tnem. Mr. liallontlno koons about 111 ttei hnudbemplojed by the montli. Hie rest ic-uio from tho clti and work by the day. He emiloyb two while men as foremen or Buper iiiteniltjntH and thoy hue great houses, to uso iiotirhiuiateiu. tollvoln. 'Iho negroes linvu tube looked aftor coiiHtnutly but a gang of bfcroe-- ui "Scents a diy. with a white ioro iiiun, (irouiuch chouiu laborers, Mr. Ballon tin.' tas than tho sumo number of whlto men at Now ork inlcis loi luriu help. b o the climate. It in ed ouly bo noted that this Is tho mi ii in Mouth and that the sun is lomieroili the sou and tho bay. Tho climate ";ui thai II Uin wild westorn boomoro could 'Ul) uet liu il of it the vocabulary as luld down Iu iimdarn di nonaries would buinbulllcient to B ULdit, ,r.lS0 ..Ihcuoibot this region nro all brought to II vu I'1'"' m Noriolk, fir ovon thoso bound Jorth by tli.i r.illiouu nuint cns tho bay in a Jeaner Mr. Ualleutlno carries his to tho Pioibu, inaikot wagons but hundreds of fnr iiiirx i i tiio wosiern 6horo ol tho buy use poop-,0 about thoslo of the ojstor sloois of ."mi w lork harbor. When tho groat Bteum J's lie on ono side of tho plei and a imut of liuln sloops on tho other, we m , no is one of Intouse unlmntion, find tho sound', uro beyond dos-rlptlon. ijie iler bhod beciia es u bedlam, peopled i Z ,i b,1,rriug blaek imps, and resounding ' 1 1 u '' ries and yells and shouts and songs f m i lauklitut in can bo heard nowhere else. ,1 finpl-niul iru'cf au tossod up from tho if ioois i y t,u negro irews grabbed by the l aeio ii iibiabcuts nnd carrlod on tho run I iii"ll. i '"rninl tossed through ports In tho I ei.li V hiji b , tbo ship to negro dock bauds in whiiidl' win) instantly dibuppear in what 1 Iii ,K'1 awning cavorn By 0 o'clock tho I Ir.iVv',1 aJtJ o,,0,i Clammed so full of tho 1 it; "IU,1 'nlr tho spaces reserved for working uuii(biuurr remain emptj between decks .r r,'llu ii ui tl e darkles on the inosiiulto Hoot mm' l.f! ', (be halliards and get on lib and main !W "ilanl past oil tho lines that hold them in 'I Ii, i""r '""' uvvay lliev go. by the store In I i ,' r' ' ' vwilio rlvor us would stir tho I !,V ' ' the most eiiiiiiloj Hiieutator. No mora juiiiui nn,. orcapulilesullors ot bIooiis than 1 ittn?,!11"1"" i ' l' found, and with their I r2. " u terched ou tho little cabins to J iii"""' ' ths negro pilots send their little ii ii i" ","g down rr beating up to wind- Jl " i vv i, i iu lab for vli tor and a diHrfcard for the rights of competition that are stunning to behold. l.ouvlng Norfolk after nn examination of tho true'e farmers tho Northern agriculturist should go to Durhnm or to Oxford North Caro lina and look at the tobaecu plantations. It is In iho regions roundabout those towns that tho very ilnost tobacco In the world Is grown. North I'arolinn has a low gold mines and on h certain occasion last all, down In Mont gomery county, a pocket was found In tho Plai or diggings on lebo tinundors's farm that panned out $150,000 in a vvook Hut lobo Hnundorsls nowhere in luck compared with the man who ownsnnd knows Imw to cultlvato a stretch of tho whlto sund of Durham or tlrnnvlllo counties , ,. lor Instance, thoro Is rnrnior Lit. Knott, who llvos near Oxford J iiriner Knott camo out ot tho war with t n cent, and what was worse, ho had no oilucntlon. But ho was a shrewd man In ono resi oct. and ho Is now ublo to draw it check for lloOiiui) Ho cot hold of soino of the Granville sand and bogan to inlo tobacco. I or a time tho tobacco ho and others of tho section raised was m.irkolod at a vory small prollt. It went to lllchmond and It was of tho light goldonvolhiw.nott hen vor well Known as In grout demand iu tho lnnrkt t, Hut it was as llnenssllk- litorallyasllnoussilk nuditmiulo a demand thnt is now world wldo Tlio market has shifted to tho towns In tho section where It grows and railroads havo boon built to trans port tlio oiop. On markot day tho planiors bring in tho stufT by tho bogshoad nml roll It OIT tho wagons to wide Moors In warehouses built for tho purposo. Tho hogsheads mo oi onod tho tobacco dumpod out and assorted, nnd an auctioneer gets up and wants to know how much bo is offered, nnd tho buyers from Now 1 ork p.ntt all other manufacturing centres tumble over each othot in their anxiety to iinswor tho question. 1 orty cents a pound la a common piloo for tho loaf, aud sevonti Is often ronched for oholco lots. Inst jonr Mi. Knott had botuo choice lots and so many ol them that ho elourod fTuo an acre from ton acres Thoto woro sovoral oihor planters Iu Clranvillo county who did as well, while a plonty of thorn made 5 luu an ncro-the top prollt mado by Mr. Bnllontlno on his choice lot of splnuuch on his truck farm near Norfolk. Tho tobacco crop roiiulros IntelllEcnt caro. but there is no lankeofurmcr worth a forkful of daisies who couldntlonrn to crow tho crop in ono season. Tho seod Is sown In a specially prepared bod In lebruuri. I ho plants are transplanted to tho Held in Mnv. Ironi 4.j00 to t 800 plants aro put on an aoro, nndn diirky, who costs tho plnntor about fit a month nil told, koops two and a half ucros in primo ordor Ifliois lookod after proporly. 'Iho vlold Is from 700 to 1,200 pounds an mio and tho money for It should bo In tho planters pocket within ninety days from tho day the Plants were sot out. nftor whi h ho can go a llshlnc or to seo his poor or rich relation or do nuv thing elso that pleasos him. If. aftor looking otor such farms and such Erollts as are actuallymado horo tho man who as boon lighting potato bugs about tho heud waters of tho Hudson or dosing tbo hog cholera in tho Mississippi valley or wilting underthohot winds of tlio WeBtorn country doesn't think there is money in soino kinds of farming ho Is a ourious sort of a farmer. Not all farms nor all planters muko sucli prollts, but thoro aro grades in farms and farmers in the North as well as In tho bouth Trobably tho first thing a Northorn farmer would ask about theso houthorn lands Is tho price Around Norfolk, farms that nro well located coBt $200 an aero. Tnat will buy a farm of good truck land with good buildings, and if prooorlv monagod It would vlold Jluo nn noro in prollts. Iho best kind of farms for tohai c i culturo in ' the goldon tobacco bolt aro to bo had ot l.!5 an aero. This prlco lb for land which should . yield under propor cultivation flora four to ten times Its cost in irollts overy 5 ear (depend ing on tho wonthor nt cortain stages of the growth of tho crop), and In raro ensos $500 an aoro. Tho buildings nre of ak nd that would i not meet the ai proval of n thrifiy iuukoe nor would the oonditlou of the fences plonao him. But tlio land Is all right lor tobacco 'there nro plantations of from WO to bOO ar-res In North Carolina which tho owners trj to manage, but no p'nntation of that fio of which thrt reporter could lonrn was profitable 'lhe Biuall plantutlons cnrofulls plunted aud well fertilized and cultivated were tlio ones that mado tholr ownors rich If Incomes of from $1000 to $10,000 a o.ir not be counted tho Incomes of rich mon As on the truck farms around Norfolk, tho labor Is nnd must bo done bi nocroos. Iho white man cnnnot nlford to work lor tho prho of a no-'ro, nnd thoNorthornerwh coos montli will mako a mistne if ho does not davote his timo to "encouraclng tho niggers" Instead ot to tho boo. It Is apparont, thoraloro that tho Bouth Is not the place for a mnn with no capl- I tal at all but a ver go id placo for a in in of small moans and thrift. It is bottoi to go bouth. than West yEir lmussHicK's mmss hkfuiiv. It brtmi tn lie un Economical Itcform Xtuther lhiln u Kefnrm ot Cut or Color. The announcement In a local npor that a omon's Dress Boform Society, whoso objaet 1b to encourage tho wearing of high-cut gowns In bolliooms nnd bubdued colors in tho btreor had boon formed in Nowlirunswlok, N.J . has gone the rounds of tho press throughout the , country. Tho project lias been unlvoninlly hailed with approbation, and tho woraon of tho ancient borough havo beon exhorted to con tinue In their cruBado. A Sun reporter who visited tho town In order to obtain partloulnrs received a shock when tho llrst woman ho biiw woro red. While tho other NowBrunswIek womon seen by the reportof did not wear scarlet tho sub dued colors ho lind expected wore nbent. and it was plain that tho rotorin had ns yet failed to change street dress When too, he nsko 1 loading eitlrons about tho Women's Dress lie- . form Hocli?t. they told him they bad never I heard of It. and thnt its nlleged membors wore doubtless mythical fcor hours tho reporter tii'd In rain to obtnin the Information ho was looking for. but finally althougn ho failed to II nd any of tho reformers, ho foil In with u young man who said he know all about tho society. The young man added thnt he was acquainted with somo of tho members. The society, tho young man said, vvns not satlslled with merely working In tho in ternals of morality as to tho cut and color of foinahi attire It alms uIbo to secure economi cal dress. Tho members of thl soeiet) nro pie Igod to pay loss for bonnet-, even nt raster, thon men pay for hats and If It can possibly bo dono, tho cost of tholr entlro wardrobe must not bo allowed to exceed that ot their futbers orbiothers. Tho society contains but twenty membors. the young mnn snld. but others nro expected to join when Now Brunswlckers un deistand thnt tho reform has omotoHtnv. V mooting for the election of oflli ers will shortly be held at which a circular setting forth the nlms and object of the society wlllbo prepared '1 his circular Is to bo printed an I distributed among tho woraou of New Brunswick in ordor to induce them to join. jack iwupiar nizspuvr joiis l. Jle Hay the Hlc Fellow Poulil 1'lck lllni Up nml Hunk lllni. St. Louts, July I -Jack Dempsny who Is in this city with his combination giving sparring, wrestling, nnd athlotlc exhibitions was nsked In regard to tbo oft-iepoatod assertion that ho was willing to moet John L. Sullivan, notwith standing tho dWoionco In tholr weights Dompsoy laughed and i-nld: "Tho big fellow would plok mo up turn mo ovor in his knoo, and spank mo. '1 hero Is only ono Sullivan talking about the for West lie said ' 1 havo sottlod in I'ortlaud, Ore. and expoct to live there the balanco of my life 1 like tho climate nnd the western pooplo. "Fighting Is dead in ban Francisco thoy pay." Dempsoy chuckled ' 1 1 he best pooplo of Han Francisco," said he, "lovo pugilism und It will never die thore. I said I would stop tho light betweon young Mitchell and l.o lilum-ho and I think I did 1 think the pooiilo of bun Irnnclscolovoroal flghtors. lien l-'iHI incho refused to fight mo nnd Bet to work making mntoheB with Inforlor men. thoy ne ikoned on lilni. Then nil aio sore at his rofusul to moet and give mo satisfaction Ills aUlons liavo convinced mo that ho nevor Intends to meet me ngaln, and that I will never get u chance to wipo out that single defoat." ' What about Jackson nnd Hulllviin t" "Thoy uro sure to moot sooner or later and whon thoy do it will be u light. I am so warm n frlond ot Hulllvnn thnt my oplnlun ou this score in hardly worth haxlng." Fine IIrIbIhie In Iliiltcry unit 1 cntral lurkH, Tlio iar paiiKld li)nr a run up to the moiitieud of the old Mlieitr pol on th Hntlery t lunrlie yentr day b r. H I orb, hMlited bj Coiuiuny c Hiianome utem1ir of otltr oompatilei of the Fltrtith Itaslinriit, under coramiiii'l of I fuu Hhdh hi Ther wr prrnMit Aln Oflrtfatlont from t be AH lcron ouaie AfcMiiclattou and llobirt T Lincoln I'mt )' 7 honk at Veterans A ilut wanflral oy memlierii of the J-lflith Ueiflinent, fullowed by ma raadluif of a poem roiuoiid by I'rof. W II liouer air L n ItiWar aud Lieut llantonuade A.iiutuutJ Oould Warner fiilfllle I hU annual duty o' railing Ilia da at auiiria- over tin "Id i emral I ark fori. Aecoreor nioreleoiile er urenelit. Tie Iter j U Cam bell oltered ra)er and never l patrlullo t,ochti ! loade 'J lie I'lgcona Didn't Munt rsucli a ilulltluv. The plgeont oil tlie dock of the rjianl'll line of ileum er PUr 21, orth Klver, have lucreaaed and uiultl jilted a i fait during the lait fair moutlie that II wan da elded to thoot tlieiu all yeeterday A parly of youn Iilinwi who had troon beyond lhe aire or rirccreckeri, Vir. InvM e J to parlitlpal. lJU small ritl.. In Hi; lonrlli f July celibrallon They er; all nreient al tlielnur atipolnlel and the only drawback to tin fi I vll e. wae Hie abeelwaor toe plneoDa. Ilieylialnut leeuet-ilally Invited and luiu all kii aUewlitre iii ,.,, if., iinillay ot one oriheinaa mtlieUock lauetihooilnioH Introduced aaaiabetllulefor the ipecled ipori Ilair.holldny Trln o l.onoc Ilruncli, da I'eunailvanlil Itullrou, The nw faat ejpreee learlim foot of ( ortlandt and Deibroim itreeta ovnrj Sturda at I .i) M . and lUOliinK ihroulh lo lni Uraluli an! I'olnl I InaMiit. lia nr "ved a irreat toon lo the travel p, roeal niliitt 1 1 arriVVa at I onir lirancli at .iM and' J'utul pie taut.it I Mi M-Jdi " iwipiMaiiinuweiwweBeaigaBapaq A NEW HYDROPHOBIA CUKE. A tVir.LlAMHltVlHIU MAX WASTS TO my ir o.v int. aminn'H vaiiicxts. Il'n n llreoctlnn Made Trom a Hmnll lVeed, AlilOBln Hnld to llavn Muved I.lvea In l.orralns-llr. Ulliler OOTera to Test It. Glass Manufacturer John M. Ilowor of AMI llnmsburgh thinks ho knows of a euro for hy drophobia much suror than tho l'nsteurBvs torn of Inoculation as practised In this country by lr. l'nul Olblor. It Is also, ho bollovcs. of much widor application, slnco It is olllcadous lncasos vvhoro tho dUonso Is fully developed nnd wlioro tho patient has ronchod tho vlolotit and dangorous stngos. 1 ho l'asleur troatmont Is admittedly not olTectlvo aftor hvdiuphobla has actually dovelopod. It is a proventntlvo troitmont wholly, ns vncclnntlon Is meiely a provontntlvo of Hinall-pox. Ab the pnpors havo nnnoiincod Ur, Glbler hns nlroady condemned eevornl uppllcnntsut tho l'astour Instltuto to dialhbecauso thoy arrlvod after symptoms o! actual rubies had appeared. .Mr Huwerdld not Invont his remedy, but brought It ovor from I.orridno, where, lie snvs, It is thpTstandard modlcluo nmonc tho peas antry for tho treatment of dog bite. It is a sim plo decoction ot a wood which crows wild tbero, but which Is unknown on this side of tho At lantic, oxcent In tho houthorn States. Ho won t toll whnt tho plant Is, at present, but will muko it known after ho has nn opportunity ot prov ing bovond ijuestlon that it has tho properties that ho claims for It. llodoos not spoak Knc llsb, himself. HIsBonwas soon yostorday at tho glues works In Mauler stroot, and snld: "Hvdrophobln Is unknown iu Lorraine. Of couisi) thoy havo mad dogs tbero, nnd people got bitten. But evorv body knows about this llttlo weed nnd tlio llrst thing dono nftor being bltton bv a dog is to go out and gather some, boll it In water, and drink a glass full ot the dococtlou. Only ono class of It Is nocossniy. '1 hat i roves to be a complete and olToctlvo an tidote. Aftor thinking thoy treat tho wound In tho usual way, aud think no more of it. The way my father learned about It was this. Ho was In Lorraine on a businoss trip, and stop pod at tbo house of a vvonlthy tradesman who kept a largo kounol of dogs. One of tho dogs went mad while ho was thoro, und alter biting Eoveral animals went at my father with a rush, l'ather had a largo packa'0 In his bund nt tho tlmo and with this warded off tho attack until the dog vvns beaten nwny and ktliod. Ills hand was scratched aud some froth from tho dog s mouth got on It. W hen ho showed this to his host, tho man wont at once into tho Holds, cithorod some woods, mashed them up, boilod them, and mado fnthor drink of the mixture. I uther rocogutvod tho Cower and leal, and tho man told him what the weed was. Latoi futhei learned its pionertlos and thooxtont to vviilch It was usod in the country. Ho brought some roots of tho plant ovor with him. ami found that while It was not native here, it would crow In this soil and clltunte. He never m ulo any special uso of tho knowlodco hero, although when ho has personallv heard of caFesof dog blto he hasolToiod tho romedi. and whore tlio patients havo taken it, hydro 1 linliia has never apt oared. Hols anxious to kot hold ot nomo eai-o vvhoro tho patient Is well advanced in tlio lecognUud 'tages of hydro phobia nnd try tho treatment. Hohisuthid such a banco yet and until no cots tho oppor tunity for a reul trlul ho doosn l innnn to tell just what tlio plaut Is Iu l.i rrnlne it Is a locogiil-od fait among tho peoplo thnt a drink of the mixture will couutoriict tbo olltcts ol a do.' blto evou utter tho patient has gono ac tually mad " , , , ou i ositivolr won t toll tho nnmo of tho plant t ' Hiked the roiorter Wo dout know what Its morlcau name Is," said Mr. Huwer It bus a (ionium iiitmu. which I know which my lather Is not will ing to mako known till ho has reallv tested It, Wo havo talked to philcluns uround hero, butthov did not take ant sto k In It. t last. though wo havo got several docto s f say that, when thoy col eas, of hydrophobia wlilali they con-ider hope lens i y regular meth ods of treatment thin will tn nn latlurh weed, lamer Is perfectly satisfied to abide by such a lest, because it cures tho woist cases In Lorraine. Lut hvdrophobiu is bo lute that wo maj liuvo to wait a long while." Havo you tested it at all t" ' t-utbor has ouly had throe cases cilled to his notice. ( no of these was u littie girl In Jiimaiia whono foot was badly bit ou bj a dog which afterward proved to bo mad. Ho went out there, but the child's laronts woul 1 not lot him glvo tho inodiciiio They proiuieed o tol o.jrapb foi lilin If sho developed livdrophobit but they dldu I Wo uueiwnrd leurm d that bbodiodo red hydrophobia. The two casos where hn actually udmlulstored tho drug wore liotheuiCLBstiil One was a farmer in Merrick I. I A nind d)g bit n 'ot ot his cows nnd bursas and thou bit him badlv lhe cows and horses went sturing mud and had to bo shot. Tuo man hoard of lather through a clerk emtloyed no ir hire und took a drink of tho mlxtuiu. He was not sick nt all, and iho wounds on his hand soon after heuled Tho other caso was in Newark A dog bit a tittle girl and her brother a boy of IS iuiher hoard that tlio girl was very low with hydrophobia aud went out thoro with a filend of the family. Iho girl was dead whon ho entered tho bouse and the brother was in a bad stale. Ho gave tho boy a drink of the mixture, and ho recovered vury soon nftorward. 1 don t kn w the names of these people. 1 ntbor ouly treated them to perfectly satisfy himself ns to tho oMlcuuy of tho plant HUH hn wants to tn it on n caso where ono Is actually crazy with tho disouse. '1 hat will be a test whloh will sutisty every one, and that is what he is waiting lor now. "lhe plant Is a simplo llttlo thing, thnt much reomblcs our common oblckwoed. l'er baps vou uoticod In tho papors a ouple ot oirs ngo that u I rem liniuii in 'iexas whs Irightliiih bitten by a mud dog. and rushed out Into tho woods whoio ho was Bon to throw himself on tho grouud nnd eat the weeds crowing there, and bow, though ho had hvdroplioblaa'tually dovelopod. he recovered. The papors callod thut plant chlokwuod But It wnsn t. It was this same plant us father loaiuod. It Is vory common In tbo bouth." Dr. I'aul lilblor smiled incredulously whon told of the plant with which Mr, Huwor ixox poiimenting Ho suld howover. that he was incredulous onli because he ha 1 known of t-oioral other suppostd sure cures fir hydro phobia which, ou Investigation, amounted to nothing Ho said ho was willing to be con vinced, aud he would help Mr Huwer uiake a test. "I positively will not exnorimont on any human being however" said ho. Not long nco u honi fopathio phvslcl in came to me and said ho was sure ho could curs tho disease, Ho wniitod mo losend him a few people who had c mo to mo and who I acknowlo lgod wero t o far gone fertile l'astour tn ntinout, 1 refusml to do so ns I alwnvs will refusosucli a io lucst. 1 ollero 1 to test his treatment ou docs or rats or rabbits, but ho dldu t tako lo tlio piopi sl lion. I haven t be ird irom him slnco aud I siipiose ho l Iniiignuut. Now, I will help .Mi. Huwer muko a fin lest. I will Inoculate six iiibbltn with Iivdrouliobla for him, and he can come hoio nnd treat them with his mixture, ileum then tako thieoof them homo and I will koeplhieoof them nnd we will abide by thoissiio If tlio', live, I will lo roady to glvu his plant tho cindlt litf thinks it dono vob. ' ,sovor,ii people havo brought systems of tieatiuniit to mo bote and abroad aud I huvo clvon thorn fair teMs. Ono man who o imo to a veterinary Instltuto In 1'arls with a remedy wnssnsuioof Its olllcucy that, when ho was refused permission 1 1 test It i n a huiiinn pa tient he rushed to a cage whore a mad deg wa Imprisoned and thiust his hand thiougli tho lulls in order to bo bitten mil then test Ins remedy on himself, Ho was dragged nil just in tlmo. nnd shouted to his son to tluiisthls hand In the bars. W o tried tho romody ou that very dog nfterward, but without ofToct. I'orliaps you remember another Instance. It touched print and Bounded tho praises ot gurllo as a sure euro for hydrophobia. A man bitten b) a mnd dog dovelopod u strongly markod caso of hydrophobia aud llnally bo- auie so violent that his ignorant family thrust him Into a room alone and buried the door Becurely. 'I hey loft him thoro todio, as they did not bollovo his recovery possible. A cnunlo of days tutor thoy ventured to opun the door. Instead of u dead man, thov found one sleep ing peuiefully on tho floor. He rocovored fully without showing lurther violence, it hup ponod Hint there were long strings of gurllo Biispondi d from tho colling of tho room tn dry. '1 ho mnn hud oaton a gro it Quantity of it. 'Iho fame of garllo spread broudLast, 1 Inves tigated its proporlles, 1 Inoculated n largo number of rats with hvilrojihobln virus, ami then fed them cnrllc. But not i no of them lived. 1 calculated, on tho basis of in) oviorl inents, that a hydrophol la pttlont could eat twlco his weight of (.urllu without Its ulloctiug hlsdlsouso. ,.,,...,,, " I fi nfess I am skeptical about Mr. Huwer s woed but It Is a skepticism born of experlenco. 1 ell. him I will help him lest it fully in any other way than on human beings " Jlr Huwer. by the way, says tho wood from I orralnu will cure hydrophobia In uuimuls just us surely aud ijultkly as In won. A I'ollccmun Asaaulted by u (.uuu ot Touuua, IouU (larded atolo a keg of beer from a brewer werfoii yeiierday and to it II to Koueer ell ipeet, where le and r-ereral coiniauioin proceeded lo empty It. When Policeman Mullen urreated elardell ibelaltera companions amatllle I Mulie-. throwing- Mm under a truck and tearing hit lothei Mullen releaae 1 l.ardell lo unutinueof theKaiiu wje hal loru hie ehleltl from tile breaat luilllo-ii a P amoii or police on their w ay tn re leva the men i a duly came uji and arreeud four of the men iinullug- liardeli Tfe i it ere pave the imo or Panlel I larle taiiui sherldan an I Panlel Hi ke All t them It I eal 1 hare been onnrlete at ti loiuU I'elue 1 ourt Jullce t atieiaiia lieid Iheiafor eaaiulnallou Iii I lill Ii lhlilliiiihiiMllJarTimiilgBBg MSIT BOOKS. Uriel" llevlevra of Importaat an Intercet I UK New rnblleatlona. " I'oems of Hope," by Mary 0. llyan (John B, Alden) are rovorentlal in spltit and acourate In form, "Tho Bank Tragoly," by Mary It. P. Hatch (Welch, 1'racker Company), is an interesting I Btorr told In plain fashion. I " Protoplasm and Life." two biological os savs by Chuiles V. Cox (N. I). 0. Ilodgos). load lutorostlngly to the conclusion that tho miss- I ing link has not yotboen discovered. j I'rof. H S. Laurlo's ' I.oeturos on I.anguaco I and Llnculstlo Method in tho School." dollT- I ored nt tho LaBtor term ot 1WI in ( ntubrldco I Lnlvorslty nro publlshod bv Macmlllan .VCo I An Interesting oclavo volume, Issued by tho Ilellglous Trnct Society of London, Is ontltlod " London Pictures Drawn with l'on aud Pencil" by tho Ilov. Illchard I.ovolt. It Is hnndsomoly printed In largo typo, with a gnat number of excollent illustrations. Nothlngcan bemoro beautiful thanthoprlnt lug and stylo of "Tho Blind Musician." by Vladimir Korolonko translated from tho Hub elan by Allno Delano (Llttlo. Brown A Co ). It is a marvel of tjpccraphlcal excellence, and tho story is worthy ot Its sotting. Wo nio be ginning to find out that there Is power and originality In tbo ItusBlan Utoraturo of tho day In moro directions than one. Tho shndo of Thnckoray will doubtless bup port with oauanlmlly Mr. W. K. Honley'B charge that It was a rather monn thing to in tlmatoof M. Hector Berlioz that ho called for his cloak nnd his clogs and walked homo and wroto a crltlauo for the nowspapers of his own performances as music composor and kmler of tho orchestra. " Development of the King's Ponco and tho I'ngllsh I.ocnl Poaco Magistracy " Is nn his torical essay by Prof, (loorgo 1'. Howard ot tho Vulvorslty of N'cbruska. Penco Iu Pnulauil was nut ostnbllshod In a day. and It did not grow without vicissitude nnd opposition. To account for It conscientiously nnd thoroughly, as Pro'. Howard has done involves laborious research and tho sifting of a disheartening amount ot raw material Tho pamphlet is a vouchor for hard work faithfully Jono What Mr. Ilonloy has to say of Thnckoray, ns woll as of all tho others considered in his ad mlrablo book of osrays ' Mows and ltovlews" (bcribnor's), is expressed with such htornry charm thnt nobody ought to bothor about tho opinion contained iu it, though human nature Is protty sonsitlve in this regard, of course Tho essays nro full of dolicbtful analysis, in spiling suggestion, and lino pooticnl oxpivs slon. If Thackeray wero In the flesh ho would like them, wo uro sure, nnd M. Hector Berlioz himsoif might well forget in tholr iniluonco j any sorrows arising from tho talk about his clegs and his crithiues. "Funny Stories " by P. T. Bnrnum (Goorgo Itoutlodge ,V Sons), havo a lino old-fashioned Lonnoctlcut llavor. 'lholr rccommcndatlms uro manifold, Thoy are us povvorful as Jumbo as brief us Tom Thumb, us pn turosquo as Chang, ns interesting as tho What Is It? 'iho i troos of Bridgeport aio not pleasanter, nor was Col. Ciosi hen more remnrk ible. 1 or num ber and variety thoy are paralloled only by tlio j throo rings, tho ethnologlcnl congross, tlio bteum calliope, th- complote iik naone. and I tho Intelligent Adams dwarfs from .Mui-e.ichu-setts all under ono tent, They nro printed in largo, clear typo, nnd 1111 .'174 pngos. They uro I altogether lovoly. An excellent picturo of their distinguished author adorns tho cover. Whon thoy become need, may he still be running tho show, A delightful contribution to tho lltoriry his tory of tho I li7nbothnn period Is "Iho Knglish Novel in tho Tlmo of Shakespeare." vvritton ( oticinnlly in Fromh by M. J. J. Ju-sornnd, arid , translated by 1 li7nboth I ee (ft. 1. PutiiniuS Sonsi. Tho curious learning gi lnc back to tho I beginning ot Lnglish Utoraturo, tho minute In formation of ovory kind rospocting books men, m innors tho relations of society aud tho pe culiarities of life tho detailod knowledge not only about famous authors of tho tlmo, like Sir U nonius Malory, John Lyly llobort Greene, Thomas Lodge SirlhdipSydnov.nnd Thomas Nash but also about tho wholo crowd of lessor lights, who mado a llguro In tho story writing I of the timo, leav e nothing to I e desired on the pnrt of tbo reader forinforma'Iou: nnd it is nil i I n irrated In a charming, freo, fluent style which has all the felicity of tlio Trench without a suggestion that it Is translated except as tlio , fuct is statod on tho title page. Tho book is not only admirable nnd valuable, but su premely readable I "Helon." bvC.impbell Waldo Waito (W. P, Dibble A Co.). is n novel In rhyme. Itlsdi- , viJed into pnrls and cantos, richly llluitrntcd and brilliantly diversified by Irench phrases nnd isolations from the Hagus Tho verses I (low with a facility which indlcutos that they were easier to the author than proso would hnvoboon They record with notable felicity the career of the hero, Mark Landis, from the tlmo when ho goes upon a farm by a physi cian's advh o, to tho time when bo assumes tho llfo custody of the hoiolno, Holon Graves. . His passico throuch tho war of tho retolllon. his Debts and his scntblngs In Initio, his mature farm life, and bis political succossos, all uro oloijuoutly set down. There Is no doubt that onsy and prollllo writers of poetry aro a vnliinltlo force in the world. 'Ihouch Byron Biiucrod nt '-outhoy for wilting so much, tho author of "Iho Curso of holiuma" attninod high honors. He was i oot Inuroate "Helen" Is a iioom loss ingenious in rhwno than ' 'ilo Curso of Kehama," but the Inter stoiy Ib by far tho moro choerful of the two and It Is, In addition, much more copiously and curiously Illustrated than anything of bouthoy's that wo have ever seen, ' Parsifal" is an arcumont nfllrmlng tlio bpirltiuil evolution of Wagner, tho composer I in tho direction of Christianity. 'I ho author, Mr. Albert Boss Puisons, President of tho I Music Tenehcrs' NatlonalAflsoclatlon.doclnros that agnor, who studied Schopouliauor, who was thought by somo to bo a Buddhist, and who onco plated au ovtravngant and shocking obtlmato upon the Oieok god, Apollo "found Christ" nt length Ihiough tho exonibo of his i art, Mr ParBons's essay wnsoriglnully aloc- I turo dolivorod boforo Dr. Hcber Newton's peo- i plo. It was criticised us holng Inaccuratu, but the criticisms, Mr. Pnisons tays, wero tlie to- I suit of jgnornnce oi ot false impressions con- I cernlng Its mutter, " Purslfnl, tho Finding or ' Christ Through Art, or lllehnrd Wngnoras 'iheologlun' is tho full title of Iho essay. It was from tho title, i robubly, thut tlio mis ip prelionsionB uroso. 'Iho Obfay itBolf Is biibtlo, and its explicit meaning Is hardly to bo taken olf band by him who runs. It does not nfllrm, and Mr. Parsons says it does not moan, as ono report of the lecture declared, that Wncnor " became a slncero Christian." It means only tho meaning In the phrase, " he found Christ." With tho Illumination of that moauiiig tho oesay Is concerned, (Putnamu.) John Pendleton, In "N'owepapor ltoportlng" (A. 0, Armstrong & Bon), gives anlaccouut of tho English reporter and his work, 'iho boat of it is tho part concerned with the rooortlng In Parliament. This part ot tlio reporter's lleld Is reviewed from tho time wiien Dr. John son usod to Invont In a garret In Lxotor street Parliamentary dobatos which led Voltaire to oxclalm that tho eloquonco of Greece and Homo bad boon revlvod In the British Senate, nnd whon 1 dltor Woodfal! of tho ManmiQ ('In oniric ubo I to report the Ilousoof Commons from memory, "Momory" Woodfal! ho was called, Ilo would attond the Bosslons with a naudwlth or a hard boiled egg In his pocket for lunch, sit and listen ull night, never taking a note, and thon walk off to the Cltromile otlko und writo out llftoon or sixteen speechos with astonishing fulness nnd accuracy, ills productions may have lackod the full Groek and ltomau sound ot Dr. John son's, but they must have contained gome eloriuonre for Pitt nnd Walpols talked while Woodfall was eating his hard boiled eggs, aud moreover, to employ ono of Charles Boade's Interesting phrases, the Chromrlr si eoches "went throurh the hollow form of tuklug place." Lord .Mucuulay's remarks wherein be called the reporter's gallery the fourth estate of the realm -'oiecoidod by Mr. Pendleton. and he precisely describes the war in which tho House ot Commons stenographers do their work nowadays. A chapter of the adventures of British reporters on tho way to flros and railroad accidents Is not highly oxcltlng. It would have boen more stirring to havo ac companied tho forolcn binnch of tho porvlco, tbo correspondents, to Bulgaria nnd tho bou dan. PerhapB tho most rrmnrknblo pnssngo In Henry M. atnnlcys now book, "In Dnrkost Africa," (Scrlbner's) is that one In which ho rooords an Intorvlew with Major Uarttolot nt ambiiga just befoto the separation of the two, Btnnloy was nbout to enter tbo great forest on Ills war to tho Albert N'ynna, and llnrttolot was to romaln font tlmo at ambtica In tlio hopo of obtaining a supply of 000 porters from Tlppti-Tlb nt Stanloy 1 alls, and then push on In tho track of tho lommander of tho expedi tion. Parttolot asked for tho Intervlovv ac cording to Slanloi s story. V lick II wns over tho Major must hnvo folt thai he had llstonod to about as much snrcnsm nnd Irony ot a paternal and pnrtlculnily powerful sort us could woll bo comproh'-ed Into throo-uuartcrs of nn hour. If tho .Stanley ropoitof that intorvlow woro to bo tot In a drama It would mako tho overwhelming fortune of tho piece Bnrttelot aBkcd for enllelitimmont rognrdlng Sinnloy's troatmont of 'llppu-1 lb. Hlnnloy had written to Lieut, Stairs dlioctiug that onorcotlc ns blstant to empty tho Mnxlm eun upon tbo crafty Arab nnd his pooplo at tho llrst trenchorous sign, and llnittelot wattod to know why his ihlothnd anything to do with sucli a man Tho remark nblo part of tho In torvlew Is contained In htnnloi's reply to this question, and to ono other usually Ingenuous, legirdlbg the woul ' fi rl onrunto " whl'h Htnnlcy hnd imtl ycd the llrt tlmo ho and llnittelot over Kpoko to each other Whalovor Bnrttolot's fiellngs may have been when ho refleetod uion this ret ly nt his leistiio.it is posslblo thut Its full soverlty was not apparent to him at tbo time. It Is Interacted with np teals of eui h elo'iuont pathos and nn nlrso confidential th it tho sting of the Irony may not havo boon ielt until later. ' Cross rubs with overy throb of his heart' wero a part of tho Cential African phenomena whlih Stanley told his stiboidinato ho must suioly ovpoct lie ondod tho tnterv lew with a brief quotation from Tennyson, with tlio motto "Path nco and lor bearanco," nnd with the laconic allegation, " 1 want my tea, I nm dry with talking" Thon nolo story Is wonderful Btunley s poworof narra tion Is display od In a hundrod ways. Ills ma teiial is so abtiiid int 'hat ho can uffurd to benttor it without fuss nnd without stint, buboidtunto tales of wonder nro told in n dozou woids a iooe Tho houdanoso looter, spoarod mortally throuch tho abdomen, cots hair a lino Moro son o Is dovotod to tho trousers broiicht irom Lent to Dr. I mln. which havo to bo cut off six inches in ordor to fit. It Is everlastingly to bo regretted that Stnuloy sponks of those nrtlc'os as "pants." Kmlu dlsiptointed Stanley In tho mnttor of sio. Instead of being six fiot in holcht, as tho Llnglishmnn had buppus d ho proiod to be only flvo foot seven. Dr Junkor In igrpt, hnd boon particularly solicitous that tbo tiou hcrs should bo long enough, and Stanloy had been mislod by this sollcitudo Stanley s pic ture of 1 mln la thotlcturoof n manswayod by nervous irresolution '1 Ippu Tib he dellnes as tho 'gray crattlncsa at Stanloy I ill's" A PrlcM'n SIItci .Inhller. BtiinriFronT. July 1. At Rt. Mary's Catholio Church yesterday was eeKbratod the silver jii biloeottho priostnoodof thollov I atherJohnF. llogers In tho splro of tho church is a new bell, w hich w ns this morning blossod by Bishop McMahon. At in 'ju . M. a solemn hich innas of thanksgiving was ofTerod, tlio liov l'ather ltocers toing tho celobrnnt. lo-nlght thero wero conllrmnlion services aud generil jubilee coiemonios were liold Mr Dennis Colcan and his daughter Kilty wero ai pointed sponsors ol tho uuw bell, which bears this inscription : le".'. isn In Memorlim. Our I'ailor Mirer luhllee , I a o Pen el ,!eam Marie Vlrmnl SL Vlari e 1'jrieU Pridjteiurt, il Juo a Work on tho now St. Mary's Church was I o gun in Hine IsTI. '1 he comer stono was laid on Mir -', is"'), bv tho ery itov. .fames Huches, V. (I . and tho church was dedicated by Ill-hop (m'berry n Oct Jn, 1S77 Iho edi fice is built In tho Homanosquo sty lo the base mnut of grunlto and tho buporstrtitturo of brick with crnulto urn, imonts It Is 71 feet In width and 1 il feet iu length, with a spiro lsc feel high 1 nthor liocors has remodelled the old church o Hike into a parnchiil school, the blstors of Mercy acting us toachots. Fmptled the Coop TU1 Time. For the eecond tlm within five weeks thlevis have ril led the 1 ttieon coup ot Willie RtnckliiifT. the eleven year old eon of W I' HlnkholT, a saloon keep' n (Tenth avenue and I orty ilvllt street Willie 1-t an eirert Judke i r p roona an 1 his collection n & a line one The birds were ket l at tuirht In a eecure conp in the rtab e hi k of Vlr lllnkholt'eili re They rricll alh liumher eli-eTenty AIhiui live weki ao foriy of t) e evenl were stolen W illln nearly nent i r i attt time ,rer the Ires of hie pots I ut manaifeil t iconso e I Itn.elf v ih thne renialuiuir On Wednesday ljljrhl all the rest vsereelilen MAItlSl: ISTKI.I.iaiilVB. MooiTt iik itiiiii" run nr Fnnrtees ... (2Jbuniets.. 7 3i MoourUes l6 23 un II witsh Tin utr Fandyllool 0 S3 I Oov Island 10 031 Hall date. .1153 ArrlTrd-ruiniir, Julys. Ps aller ChrUtofTer firemen. -aPeinli l nil ir n i.vnir, Ss I. luu. I 1-kJoilt, stellln bblMlouie Ouli k Xe orleni a. Sk hleai nra remit it. I orllan I bsl,en Wlltnev He irse llnstnn bi( in tn I I ninlal larulilia Havana, bs Hit tiuion 1 Jenny Wist r tni Vn. bh Itoiili ke Hull her. Newjiorl Sewa. slnrlhon helnei. I irai on. bhlp Van lilfa btone l hittiiifiiui; HilpVullalil CUuId Cl. Ull.i. 11 or ,elei arri,tUrie4 first PatM i mm n orr bs nn:la from Viff Vork nt Hamburg be W ymnllnr (roru Nee. Vork it Vi eenstown. ate Auisleriifcin rroiii New Vork, at UouloKue. nn vii mon i oki i .i r hti. P Columbia, from Houthampton for New Vork. hi Anchoria (rain itlaskoe l, r New y ork be 1 utter Hill fruut 1 uuduii fur ew lork UTotiiG nThiii'.inri toll Ju-i 1 ilalli cum. Ttwuiatt. Advanre ItloJanelro , U'r'ivt Jller Hr men Ijiia il ski a M I a llniirilutflie Havre 3 IIA Vt 7 on A VI Mairara lUtana 1 no 1' VI .lull1 M 1'arlhl-iii ht mix 13 00 II Koitrrdam rioturdam s jo A vt siooa vt buevla Hamburg1 7 SUA VI Luihrla, Liverpool I ill I M, 7 10A. M toll 7o--ionuui. llrltannla. iledberraneau pis ... iMcum-i. iTeiMsHiri. I ue 7o-ilau. Alter ..... . Pouthaniph n ........ June 20 City of ehUairo tjueeiistonu ., Juno u flie t'omrtft, July a. 1 a Ilretaiine Havre ., . June ts bervla Cjuciustoi-, u, .. . June Jo Ijvc J i nuai July 7 Fulda botithamiiton June 30 Aleela Illbrallar .... June Ii Clrcassla Vloville ,. . , , Juue J7 Imt lumln, July tj Wisconsin Queenstuwn June 20 Mate or leiinsyltanlu .viurll e June jh Curio llTerioul June JO ling H tJtta lav, Julu 0. India Oltiraltar lone .3 llelve'la . Ilierioil ,. June .0 City of ew Vork . I lverp ol ,. July tl usincjsji 3Ioticrst. Dr. I.voii'h Perfect Tooth Pnwrier whitens the teeth aod purines the breath. 23 cents IVI'S-lirHHI.. -On Wednesday, July 3 at the Heformed Putoh Church, lordham. f.sw tnrk rltr. by the Rev W K. Anderson Miss Mary Uusslii'r daunhter of Mra Amanda Pusiilrj, to HalphOlm sted Ives, botli of rordtiam Jlcl OUVIACK-Ki:i.rlO,-Oii Wedneslay Inly 2, by lbs Iter J Newn n blonjer, D. U, James II McCormack to Mary I' Kelso Mill I.l.t'lt-M.t OKI noit.-On Wedneslay July J at the restdencii'f the hrlles arenm. I n n Madlsin av.byiheKev (' A Hamilton. Allieltut ler daughter of James it MacOregor, toChrtsiiera frederlo Meuller DIED. MI'NKWAV.-OnJuly 3 WenelT Reneway. luneratfroui blalate resldeuv.e, 3I ast 25th sL, to day at I P H UI.AfKI.miOK-on Hie -M (nit at 15 Sheriff St., James Blacklelffe airel el years Frlsndsand re'atlvesare Invited to atteid the funertl from his late residence to day (aturdayX Jalf f. at Jo clock IlI.Altl.F.T.-On July n, 1M James M Milkier, aced 3 months and 20 days tnnaral services Saturday at SP Vf. at the residence of his tarents, 2H7 Wet llthst lutennent Sunday all I' M Ir lends and relatives are Invited to at tend Nenburith papers please copy llllOHI..-iiiThurdai July 1 1 Hen tirodle ana live of coiuly elate, Ireland, In the eVitb year other age 1m eral from her late residence. 3.! West ImhsL nn snudiy Ju ye IsKtltV j:it.-m July '1 1' t! llrower aget Jl venrs and 8 mentis sou ot W II Primei of Cieedmoor, I. I funeral Sunday '.ltlttl.K-lm Welueslay, Julv J, Mchulasl'ar roll I dklhir nnJ friends are resieetfullv Invited loat tend the funeral from his Inie rerldeuce int llalllo st Prm lilyn In day nt: I' vt CL.KAItY.-On July J, MlzabetU elder of the late Jerem ah I lenry Iieiatlres and frlen Isnre respectfully Invited to attend the funeral from her lute residence, el Lat td sL to day at 1 o clock sharp COOl-KH.-At Iiikewooil N J on July J Anna Amelia looter ouly daughter ot Henry looper ngel lil y eais I I nernl services on Saturday atternoon at 2 1 l. at llerormed 1 hurc'i tniriagis In natting tor train leaving t liambeiM st ut I JO 1' vt fit DM i:i.I..-niiWeduesilv, July J, Cm t Itlohard U Cruel ell ur I right a disc me Tel lives and frlen Is are tnv ilea tn attend the fnneral lenlcesathlslate reslltnce .21 3th nv, lirooklyn, today at It A M kindly omit ruwers Hi sti n and Capo Cod papers plesee copy ISltl.l'.N.-nu TI ursday July Ii ol a opiexy, V olney llreen. Iu the 7Jd year of his ai.e lineral Sunday afternoon ntlo clock at the resi denceof Jae P Carey, 10 beculur st4 Prookljn ne'atlfes nnt friends and members of the I O O , ut which he wa4 1'asl oratid Vlaster, are Invited tuatleud llilermenl at llarre Vas rrltdlfHON, On Thursday, July.t ca-ali A Fer gitson eldest daughter ot the late John lleddcn. la the OOlh year of her age I e atlves and friends of the fainllv are Invited tnat tend the funeral service, at lhe residence other sou lohn II , lea South Jd et Iiruiiklyn, E P.on bun lay afternoon July it at 4 o clock Interment at convenience of tlie family IIl'N I. V. -On July I tames llcney. In his SlUli year llelallres and frlen Is are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral from his late residence 101 ta W est 4 ih sL, to day at 2 1' M. Ill N.M.N. -AI St. lottns Cotlsgh lordham. aged isj years. Prother W llllain Ilenneu B J. born at Crombach Oenuaiiy funeral on Monday at 0 A M lOIINtsMN.-At Hockvllle Centre L. I , Thursday, July J, sdellne A. Lagrare wife of l)r S. K John son Relatives ind friends are resneclfully invited to at teml tho funeral services at the residence of his sis ter, 20J Cnlon st, nrooklyn, Raiurday, at 8 P.M. Interment at convenience uf the family LAH 'ION.--uddeiily, July s, lewcv l.eorrc B Law ton aired 07 y eari. Kelatlres and friends of the family, and ofhissondn law John bulrer are Invited to attend the funeral servicea from his late residence, 1J7 West 70th sL, inbiinilay. ethlnst at 4 1' IL luterment at con venlence ot the family. MATH Kit. In Brooklyn, on Thursday -mornlnfi-, July s Howird Vfather. In the 71st year of bis age. 1 etutlves and friends are luvlled lo attend the funeral from his late residence, 11 Strong place, to-day at 4 1' M ItlcAl.aNAIY.-Archlbald McAlonan, in the 75th year of his age Ilelath es and friends are invited to atten 1 his funeral from bis late reaidence 311, Last S3J L, to-day at lo V VI Mc)ITIRK.-On Thursday, July 3 Francis J Hc Culre youngest sou of Catherine and the late John Mciiuire at hlalate re-ildencQ GJ Oliver it. I el itiv es and Irlends are requested to attend his fu neral on sundai JuIyO at Jo clock row lit,-On Thursday, July . I, Charlotte, beloved vt lro of John K. Power Pelaliv ee and friends are inv tie 1 to attend the funeral from her late residence 140 Jay St., lirooklyn, on bunday, July 6. at J 1' M ItADl'.HH -tin July after a long and lingering ill liens, Irederlck II Ita erri. In the J-Sth year of hla age. The funeral will taka place to day at I o'clock from fi Matthew a German Evangelical Lutheran l hurch Broome st, corner of fllrabetli st Keiatives and friends are resi eetfully inrited to attend ItA.NIU:..-At CiJ Park av Hoboken, J July 2 Henry P. son of Henry and Ue en Uanken. In the Jlth year or bis age Itelatlves and friends are respectfully rs luested to at ten 1 the funeral ou bunday, J uly 0 at J P. M kindly t nut Iluweis. SCII I.IM;lt.-On Juh J suddenly, ot htnrt dla eaie Ignat N schelner aged 50 years lureraltrom hlslateresldence.111 fast 59th st on Sunday at 10 o cluck A I biSllTH. In II unt Vernon, N J, on Wednesday, July 2 Augustus H -mlill, agel TOyears. Funeral ieri ices at his late residence, JI8 south sd av to-day at J P. M. Inttrment at tie convenience of the faini y H1U Mill 111 IIUR -On Thursday July 3. F Win nle, daughter of lames VV and Agues h Stone bridge agel is years luneral services at her lata residence, IS Ahlnsdon square, Saturday the 5th Inst, at So clock P M Interment Sunday hTOl I KVHI'KUII.-Bnldcnly Inly 2, In Wash lugtoncltv Sarah 1 wlf of Walter If Stouten burgh an 1 daughter of A Jackson Hy alt of White I lullii N V lunerat from tier late resllence, ISlh and C sts , southeast, Washington today at 10 A M. Keiatives and friends inv Uet TAPFKN.-budlenly on Thursday, luly 3, Thomas B. Tappen. in the 7uth year of his age funeral services at Trinity M K. I hurch Fast 118th St.. on baturday the 'all lust, at 4 o clock r M I elatives and friends are respectfully invited to at tenl THOMPSON.-On the 31 Inst.. 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