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II I o THK SUN, WJSIJNKSPAY, .11) I.. Y St, ISM.
I1ARIIK0X CUNVERI'Kn, TOO. irvx unit in mil iilmsics roiicr tti 1: urniH'tji. lis lln I'lrpiie-.l 3 1 nf In Cnmif tiruliiii !' Ai'mi'l ' "" Kw'Hiiri'ii IiteisM, !ln ll"liiit s I" -fiid t! In. Wvshin.-i'ion, -T nl - 2V. I'lotidi'ht II.irrlnn " lias ill n'ti'd u n " if" !' nTu ttrclni: llie adoption oftlio i)l.i in- le'iiinH scheme. Ijut on blonder Muni i.iel a tit ,t Mini e fin mop extensive Hull h i I "''II iiilviH'ntotl !" tlio -uc ... , reinrnf sti t i it -. It l.o ! ".! n. u fai I 111 Ji that lr. Illnlne I - r ir more !nllii.nru ovor ff f l'i (Militant ll.iuliii . tiian tin-. I inn i ctminrlr 't 1 HUitni"Cit. II a iLlliunll to limn nt for tills i I y notion, Hut mmlfVir tin- run e, It r.tii be ' , I ntiiti'tl nmhoilt itlvi'lr il n. i!n toueli iliaitof ( I J tho iucK!ii:ii luis 1.Q1111 - wrli'vn un I N now if Jnt!iol,r'"jiiliii.i'iiHk. U.tli H-m "in AMiIpIi f J nnd Mi mil of tlm ?eimm I'muieo I'omniltlo,) J 5 V becanio (MtiViiilnJ to the Diane ilo-trine ro- I b contly. nntl tiify 'iiiM"ililfi! ilu'lr inlluonco to ' tlintuf lio toi'totiirruf titte. A loiitlliiB !' 4 e S publl.mii, who bus itlremlv dniwn ur more K fc than ono trea y of roolproiltv. Ins liuon hastily l miintnoiied Irom his Mininmr iicutit.'n.iiiid hns j ' iii baeti ciilletl In to ilovi-o imnw richonio of ' f ; leelpioclty which l I itttid u i-nanca of cot "1 Ui tints tin ujjli tho !-ouuto nt ibis 'nto tlay. Hoc- I; I rsturr Wlii'lomhasqlven what iiilvlcshocouiil, lj f nd tuts aided tlm now rcliemo not a llttlo. r if '' Altogether, tlio Itnimbllcans vw.o cliatiinlnii II f i'i tbo nr nir.u'imn tlilnl: tlmy have iirrnuced f matt-i so tl.nt tbo I'leMtlont will buck tliem J ; i by Htronoi!.t lal iiiosMum-. i ' T While these lluinibllcitim niti very hopeful. - I i thot nreby i o nieiiris rortnlii. hoNover. ns tlio f ; i'loiMunt lAdiRiilnylni; Ills muni caution nnd i lack of derision. If lio vvero io put tlio innttor II , to the test ir it Cabinet olo tlio Wulno taity It $ wouid fuel mora ct'italu us to tbo rof nit. lint up I; s tutliletlme wlillotlinrieililentlinNcentlioni t I'' no dellnl'iroa'tn to roar Ids Lni'kliit; down bo , U. Ii.irhIhi) leluiml to coimnlt lilmsfll de.mltnlr IS p- to thi-'lr proaramnio. Willi n minority nt tho It Jj Cabinet In lavor ol the Rcbonio, ami with con- i 1 V- Blderublft !-oiiutorlnl iriiuia iiruioR litmon, ' If I the l'mildenr would, perhaps. Iinvo no heslln- , r l' tlon in (.ondlni: In tlio nioniro atonre. ifit t U t vroto not Ii r Ills fenr of tbo House. With tbo ' ; t l exci-ptlon of Hltt of Illinois, not a ieudinelle- ! j I' J, publlnuu ltepro-ontntlve. so fur ns hoard i. froni. is wlllliit; to plodee hltneir to ' E Ftipnoit tlio proposed scheme ol reciprocity. ' Mr. llelvlnli-r. bv tho ndvlie of enator hber- , i t o nmn. bus crown very onn-comtnlttal on tlio Mr subieot. Mr. lteed bus told tho l'ro-ldent very ' ! ft blnntly tbut ho will kill the scheme In tho Mr ' IIouso. Exensueh llepiiblicansus Candler ot I1 JIaHncbtisetts. who nro very modcrnte protoo- ,! , tlonlstf. and who tioiially side with the import- i' I ' ts nio iialn-t brincinc up the iuotnn of 1 I. j; reciprocity nt this h8slon. randlor. indei'd. i ire lias announced his intention of advislne the i II iTc-ldfiit nualnst taklnir up tho innttor this ; II J-,1 Fission, and be hasconsldurnble lnlliience nt ! ( I' thoWlilte Uoime. For this reiijon.lt Is still j I HL po-sIbl that nt the Inst momont the 1'nnident i fil may refuso to scml in tho meiMiL'c, bat ho hits , w olrendy shown hlmuelr ho entirely in fnvorof Bi ullibonthoi I'nn-Americnn idoasof InsSo'-re- ' BI tarx of state, nnd has ctnsiilted tbo inombors &;. of tho House so lltilo. that lie may oven tills r I If the Btop to tblfh he Is sostrouclv meed. I tti becrctnry Wlndom udmlitod to-nlcht that lis - I Ht had been consulted ri-conll' by certain mom- i II n! bers or the I'lnfilU'O CoMinlteeot ihobennto i ; I H nbout tho mutter ol tociprocal treaties. I jr. yuovi'.Kinyas or cosauuss. I Uk The Ilnnpe Adopt" Its Una Orlclniil Tuck- ' j an Illll a Mllmtlllllr lor tbr Srnntrti, . Bk WARiiisnTON, July 'J2. Iitimotllntely after ; ah no readlnttof tho journal to-day tho House ' K took up ltssubtituto for tho Hei.nto original ' fij' packacobill. The aubstltute reads: i e Dial wbfineicr nny artlc of cominrce ! lint ortftt II P. t into uny Mittfl from any othr ttlute. Tarritory. or lor t Jin ft e)g u laljon anil t'inre llelil or offer 1 for &tr Iheluina I lljl l shall tll'll bo fnt.ipct to tli taws uf uci Mate. I Ijr rrovMed, Tliat no dlccrlfilnatlon yhall be matto by s i any state In fator of Its Utlrrnt analnst iIiokc of othar 1 IE , States nr Torrltoriftt In repacl tt the snl of any artlclo Mir of commerce, nor In fator of it otvn iirottucts affalniit f t t of liko chancier proilurct In other Slalee or 4 I f Terrltorleh nor iliall th trannortntlon or cominarce ,' llirotinii uni Mile hi i bs'rm tea exrejit In the net ewiary , anlurcetnent of llie health una of eut h Male , I I As tho voto p-ocressod it was evident that ' I ; tho result was er doubtful, and crent intere-t , I l wns inanllosted. At the ond of tbo llrst call I ; tho nillrinittito hatl a minority of on'1, nnd nt I l'i'if tho end il tlio second mil the majority was the II. I, fame. 'lliBuennievlinticemtf voto-.. iullytwo I doxen chnntres were initde. and in tho alteia- II tion-i the iitllrinatlvoaanio out ahend, the oto 1 f, j belni! yeas Hi, navs !i7. II Mr. Orostenorof Ohio, who had chancod his ll'B voto for the purpose, moved it lecnusideiutlon. ' I Si and jir. l'rank of Jli-souri was nromiitly on J.'' bis feet with it motion to tnlile that motion. i B, 'J ho motion to table was ncieed to yoas, lis; t Btj navs. ji."). Ml B 'J'he votit then reeurreil on Ihe pnssace of the II B: Senate bill ns iimendod. It was patted -yens. Ml I I 17.1: nays. ,'IH. 1'nose votlnc In t'.e necatiro , II i . (Demociats In i(nfnv) woro: , I I 1 leBara. A'''''l. AtJtiini ' rrUnrtAjr of Arkan-as. I l Ili'tuiirttljf of Mntui'!.) Tarter. Varuth. (Ajm(i-t 1 H I ttuulr.fnuH ttlt.tr ' mo Texas .un.mlnQX. PliAyhy. K , l I . llo..ltrin(iti.A""-'-r Pratik. lint ' jinftflto, laiilrr. I ll II 1' bach. Mtilltt of Texa. Maon. J r-lto, ifrf'irlftv. ;t tri. Iblv ler. tr.cltl of Maa-iiclMiselta Otr'iu"lf- lti n '... ll'Bl antl'm. ,i 'r. -.u r .r fi'na Tay or of lllintili. IligV riit-t'erof Na Vork, Van rtclia'c. I'.u.. UVil iimh- 11,1? . .,r"'- nnl N''"' 18- A conlorence with tho Sennte was nkod for. ,( nd ihollnusotliunconiildo oJ tbo l!ani.ruptcy i 5 i bill-un'il ad ournmout. jfi! t; In the Si-naio tlio till clvinc a pension of I 4 1' i, $2.nO'i it year to MrF. .lo- lo J remnn-was ro- ( , ported from tlie Commltten on Tensions and It I plnceil on tho .alondar. ninl une-halt f tho r if" Indian Appropriation bill was disposed of. I, l.iVl. II AMIJXUItlX JO'fa. t J If. ThlDsai or InterrMt llnppenlns lit unit Ont j ) J ' ul llie ICnlln in Coneir-ia, j j j. 'Vi'ARiitKr.Tov, July 2?.-"Tho price. 50'. ' I pence an ounco, In I onden yesterday nr bar , I ' y, silver, while unprccodonted," said I'Ireclor of j l! the Mint Loeeh to-day, "is Inrsely duo to ' I . speculation. Of course, the irlmnry cau-o j I . lBthopa-saco of the Slltor bill. Ynti will ob- , ! l eero. If ou have watched tbo stork market. I I ' that silver isdolnc Fomo Aery llely utiward I ( Fprlntlnc Ih tho I niled States ju-.t at presont. II althouch to-dny it has ilrnpteil a point. ( er JU v tuln porsons In Niw ork linto for some V. ' time been enuncixl In uettint; n corner II. s on slhei pendinitilie passneo ol the Mhor U bill. Tlm Wcstein Nallonal Itnuk hns S Blnne ttored atay in lis vaulls about seven million ounces, whilo iiinrnrd of two j: ; million ounces nio in the hand--of othniH in t thatcln. 'I lie law coos into effect on r-opt. i ., next. I'ntll that dntp. and for ono nionto in. - tlurealiet It will bo Impossible to say with i iinythlni: like nccuru-r what will betheinar- '4v het prico foi sIImii It uiity luttan ruli hlclier I? , tendency, lunsinurh as wo aro curat oiled to I ', ' buy 4 IIIIII.IIIII) ounces a mouth nnd It may bo j j, pevrii! points I iwer than it is to-day. Dm, !; I wimu-voi-Is tlm market prbe tlmt the Kecro- It. ft tary of the Trcnstirj Is bound to pay. t e have ji; f only to-dny iocied the M vor bill ofllclally , U St from C'oncress. nnd are now ielsuru'.r unenceu ' jU ' In studyinclts provisions. j I I Thehydronrnphlo clinrt for next month will f ehow no diminution of tbo Ice in tho North I f Atlantic. A serious innsslni: of the Ico bus oc- J IF F ourrod on tho const of Labindor and In the h . entrnni-e to the dulf of M. 1 itwrelico. which ,1, j bns been penoitated by huce bers to the dan- V' 7 Kerof cummorce. This leu oil Labrador bus li i ulieiidy Iniorfeied with tho llslunc nnd tho ,K l lltdroKrnphluonire Is inlormod that the In- . habltantB aro In destitute circumstances and j t Z rou'd hino starvett hut for the iclndneha j r f of the tradlnc company. The chun of I I i Auc. 1 will show less ten on the southern ! r erl.'e of the Grand Hunks, wl-.lch ure I I. iiotiemoto Irom tho present trnclc of trans- Ml ntliuitlc bttTuiimi, Thoro have been no Inter- ,' r eoliiicencouu'.ers with borits so 'ar this month. i H Tlie disastrous (jlTocts of tho creat iinntltios ;t of Iconr9oxt(ndinc to the land, whoio thors ,f ,' wliollve by llshlnKand tinppliiBa o unablo to 1. follow their oi ciipnt lono. Tlio im'.ina's aie in '' sabl to hav le"Oitod their haunts, nnd tho 13 j t llsh cannot he lecured. lory low vessel-, have Ulj ' found their way from Jvtuv Drunswlck to the IN' j lUliInc i.tiiiiihU, and those which have sue- 1, $ ccetled li mnl.ini: a way through tho It-o are t ' l.nmiued In ij) - Vine on the lool esellei-i. j( I rif.'AdO, .Inly 22.-l'ollowlnc the close o! the ml . Wiuiuincion I'urk incos. four blj: pool sellors Mi Rttomptedye-teiday t'i reopen tholri'ltyestnb- 81." V Hi-hiueiitH. The i.toms wuio promidly raided i? by tho pull' e, mid it is suid ordvrs havo hoeu ? clvon lor sinillar ilally raids, if necessary, to I l.eeii po' U frrni bonii: sold, J'ool selllui! is t iillovved bi I luio.K.iiriiei- Hacks only, nod it ) li. ruirntlv iciorted tnai the owneis of the west aide 1 1, id, I tend II -lie police fall in pre- , i Aentlnc down-town tiool selllnf. to enlist the !l, eeiviee.nl ii (,(ii;w of dfteutlves. Il the pool Oh sellers are conllned lo tu rnio course the 5! ' o.viiBis. f the ir.ick will reall.e n lionvlly In- m i iroased Iikoiiio. li '''!. C'liailra I'liiilll. Luiiu .llnrrlrit I C'll. Cliar'es Challio I,on nntl Miss Mnrlo lu t Amelia l!ai-ininnd wein uiarneil b- iho ie-. K '- Ml. MrVi,aii 'n tlm no,i!,e id the hilde's M ' rtiothoi-iit Ciiiviii I'ouit. N. '.. y.),tr ay uioin- '.ffi IPC. Col. '.iii'd' tain I ln ninl. in tli I nv-i- ) ll.n roi leu ,i del 1i.ii nil J'aslia. iiiili-icmieut- I'M Ir lin cms I n ml -tutiu i nni I al I Olej, M.i-s HI lin'iiniond is ,he daiiifhiei' "f the late deu pi .ifilin Pa jpio . Tlio ps ll call lor I'l tin ie n tho i ted htar hto.tpisl.lp Vie-loin- J :t'l to- lay. J.. :ir.rui.vjiosAitr vj.ots. niatill-litne Iteports fiora llueno Arree Hint lire lltacreilltcd Iteie. ISiifmiw Ami:", July -21?.-Tho city Is Krentlr nRllnled In conequcuroof tho discovery of th" plots to oterthrow tliocnvoinmenL 'J'hls ' P'.niolscnitlsoned by 4.000 tioops nud 3.000 ' annod piillcomen. Tho llouiso Is domorallned. i Tlio trial of the conspirators nmilnst tho ' Government is proctcdltic. Tho Icolln:.' of nlarm Is subslillnij. A. il. Calvo of on 'Vail street Is the Connl of the Arseti'iuo llonublic in this rliy. He is now mi bis way to but nos Aires. Mco-LonMH 1-. I., de ' ai.tr" nld yeslerdnt ' 'l here Is no political flcnlUcnnce in Sir. Calvo's .ouinev. llo bn tfnno d wn to nttnnu to n)nin mutters id privato buslnoss ni d to , vilt ids intberand mntber. who live In lluonos 4yres. Wo luivo received no intiinntioii In this i (dlli e of any movoinunt likely to load tolnsur- fitmn. in' ell on, or revolution. As fnr as Hint , is loi.eertieit, wo vnuld not bo likuly to recnivo , enrl imtlnTltntlve news of such iiintters. i That would I hi ei mmuiilcntoil first to the JHu- I lu'orut vvaslilnu'oti. . , I ' I place nn ci edenee whatever In tho report ' r.f a revolutionary plot. '1 ho Constitution of 1 tho Amentlio Ceiittblle Is almost a literal copy , ol that of this country. 'Ihoro nre fovy ox- I eensivclv rich men nnd few paupers. Almost I every cllizu has smnethlnit in tbo wnyof property. I hrreforo. In n revolution evoryl ody hns homethlnit to ilsk. pos"lbly loso. nnd. so I farns I can i-ee, nothlnu tounln. lennnotseo i why theio should be nny creator Inconiivo ' thore for n violent i-haiiL'o in (.Mverninontthnu tlier.v ivould be here. In all piobal.lllty there lias been an Inf., cniflcntit riot or mutiny such I as rocn'ly teol; pliueln London and that has i boon tiiaauliiud, aciordlni: to fashion, inio a . levolutlou," J UK VOlihll'S hAllt. ConBtittliiR with the l'lnitnrlat Maancers of tlie CVntennlnl I'xpoaltluu. Pltti.AnFU'tttv, July 22. -Tho members of the siib-cnmmlttflo of tho 'World's 1'nlr Commis sion, who hnvo been hero for n week eolleetini; Information to aid thorn in urcanl.'lua the l-'nlr. at noon to-dny mot at SInyor l-'ltler's olilco In I tho City Mall the membets of the old Hoard ot i I'lnnnoo of tho Contennlnl Imposition. Col. I McKanrle, Chairman of tho committee, said I tho committee wished to hear from the ten- tlemon present ihelr experience In conduct ing the allnlrs of tho i ontonninl Exposition: seooutlly. their Idea an to what shuuld bo tho plan and i on of the World's I'alr. nntl of nny newer novel things thnt thoy could stiueest; ' thirdly, the powers ami duties of tho JMrect'T Uouernl, nnd. lftstly, what should bo tlio pow- ' ors nud duties of tho Hiocutlvo Committee. ' nntl. conornlly, any succestiuu that they mlubt , be i.leasetl lo make. . Kaeh member or tho old Board spoko nt , lentth nntl detailed In n uenornl way liow the ' Centennial wnsortrnnbod and cartletlon. They . Were nil of the opinion thai tho Dlrector-Oon- ' oral -hould Intro sin remo nuthority. i Tho onmmltteo will to-monow meet Oen. Goshoru at bis o.llco. 1 Broadway. New Vork. The Amerlonn --nlibath L'nion, of which Col. Flllott F. Shepard is rresident. Issues "a io speetful. enrnot nppeiil to tho Comnilssiouers of tbo World's ('iiliinib.nii Exposition, to Is held In Chicni. that It bsclo-ed on the first I day of the vioek. conimnnly calle I Sunday. ThecvIN that inut teriainly follow the Min- day oremntr," it is nlleued, " would bo national and iiroparnble." JlAl'lll 211ASSIT IX UOBOICES. A New Elevnted Itnitil from tbe Fei-ry to W'at IloboUrn. The Xorth Hudson County flnilrpud Com pany, which owns thollobokcn Hlovated Hail- road, is coinc to build a now road from the for y in Ilobokan to West Ilobokon. Tho crentcr portion of It will bo elevated. West llobokcn Is a. town of 10,0 0 inhabitants, and ' Is up on tho Jor-ey Helchts north of Jersey J City. At present there Is no direct rnilroitl , from thoio to tbo feriy. and tbo reople who want to come to NcwWrk have to travel a , roundabout way by horse cars to roich tho leiry. Tl.oiji.lokcst possible timo by tbo pros- ' ontiout's to the terry I thirty luinu'os 'Jhe Norih Hudson County road owns the stroot enr line-, nnd tliu citlens have been colliuu lor i bolter travolllnc facilities for several voirs. Sometime ncothec mil any mado opinpo-ltloii to Piilld mi elevated road to the forry on eon dlllon that tho lonn pay $10 OM) lor three i Sears to uuaran'eo them ncnlnst less. The cost of the road would lo $:.rfi.W)l, thoy suld. i nnd fur nt lenst three years nflor It was built the lucomo would not pity tlie Inierm-t on t lint i amount. Thore was a mass moutlnc of citl iniisin tho Town Hn I yesierday. and it was decided to accept the company s pmriosltlon. , Property ownors ncroed to clve a Hen on 'heir prnporlTtn seenro the payment of the $30 UUI) hubsldy. This wlM be done before Monday. ' nnd tho railroad company ncreos to have tho road In or oration wl bin n year. It aKo ncrees . to carry passencors from tho forry to the ex- I treme western end of tho town in ton minutes as soon as tho road Is In operation. .voir lo;ij:s im; svuuivalist tote, And Threatens In Diimnc Ihe President l7iilrM lie Pardons Iteld. NcwBunyroriT. July 22. The frrald to-dny prims an Interview with a Spiritualist. In i which he sats: I "A ohnrttlraonco Walter K. Reld of Grand i Hapltls, Mlcli,, was arrested on the charge of j falsely using tlio mnlls. Held Is known ns n mntllum for reading scnlod letters; that Is, ho rrofepses tn 1m ojle to obtain from spirits an- i swers to i-en'o I inquiries addressed to tho latter. Tho proseiutor was tl e I ost master lieneinl.' Jtidci) .1nck.-on insiiueied the jury to Ilnd Hold guilty of trniid. Hold protes'fd his Iniiocnco. and offered to provo that bo was iniKcont by rending senled letters then nnd there in open court, Judge Jackson nntl that Hold sorter to do what he i.lack-ont know ho could not do proved to his mind that Held must bo a finud. He accordingly sentenced him to prison, r-pirltunllsis think waiving nltocntbor tho uiiostion of whether Held is it frnudornot that .Iiiduo Jackson's action will ba , I'onstruod t-i establish n precodontagalnst me dlumshlp, und that it is a blow against per-f-onnl liberty. 1'iesident Harrison will bousked to p trdon Hold, and 11 he rolusos to do so, ns . It is Intimated be will tbo ono million Splr- ! itunllst voters of America will voto against linrrlsou and his party in lrJOlV' , urn CiVA.vf s mtii'VTK BI r. Ktesren of Mlnneniiolls Arreated lie. turns Iiiiiu Other Cltlra. JliNNFArni.ts. July 22. Ed. A. Btovons. who I bad charge of the Supplementary Cenus Bu reau In Minneapolis, was arrested yesterday on a warrant sworn out by M. I'aul people, charging him with conspiracy to defraud tho I Government by pudding ihe Minneapolis ro ' turns. The St. Haul prosecuti rs hint darkly ' that others are to be arrested on the conspiracy I charge, nuiong them some of tho best-known people In the city, 'llie matter Is regarded 1 hot e ns a great game of blulf, carrying out the original ht. Haul idea of illscioditlng. If possi ble, the Minneapolis returns before the I country. I Hiv.WFa, July 2?.-Suporvisor of Census 1 George I. Sopils announces tlie populntlon of liunver nnd suburbs ns 120,1'iX. '1 his shows ; nn Increase over lil lnrmer llgures of 7.imo, , wt'lcli ha-. Iieen ntlt'od by a rccanvni-s of the city by tho lllzcns' Committee. Jirtioii, Julv '."2. Tho lopulatlon of the seven largest cities of Michigan, as ascertained by the census. Is ir. round niiiuners: Detroit. V07,uO0; lirnnd llnplds ill.tieu; Saginaw. 54, 000; UajrCity, ailO'ill; Muskegon. 24.000; Juck tou. 22.000; Kalamazoo. IB.Oia). CttnalUutlonnl AnirnUotrnt I'lectlon la New lereejr. Tiiknton, July 22. Attorney-Genernl Stock ton to-dny decided that the Constitutional Amendment, ordered to be submitted to n vote I of the people by the last two Legislatures, I must bo voted upon under the law ns It ox-l-ited previous to the pns-.igo of the now linllot I llvforiu law. The lrlnelpal amendment pro ' posod repeals tlieolauso of the constitution prohibiting r.,ieiinl legislation. Tho net pro i vldlng for a spvi-lnl e, action provides lis own machinery, which, though InconslstPiit with I the liullot lleform law, was pnsrod tutor. Il-r I'uleo 'I'rrtll Klllrd Her. I While Mary Allen, aged .12 years, wns suffer ing from paralysis yesterday morning nt Iter homo, '10 riatl'U-h avenue, Ilrnoklyn, hor hus band nnd mother trlod to remnvo hor set of false teeth. Tlmy failed, however, und the tooth stuck In ihe woman' tliioat. Ambulance burgeon Kimball bticoue.led In removing them, bui the woman hnd been so much exhausted that she died In a short lime. Mr. IlrooUa Horn un JTCatata nt Nryinart. Nr.vvTonr. July 22. It Is understood bere that I). M. llrooks of New Vork has pnld f.WO,. pan for the Uanlner I) rower osiate, nt the lower , etui oMlellnvue avenue. Tina is the highest ' in U-e ever paid (or .t Newport ostate. iliirdnor I HrevverwHs ono of llostfii's leading business j men. llrntli of the I.ureeat Sinn In llllnola. Tl-si-ola, III. July 21. John Hntrls, the laigest man In llllnoh died on haturdny night i at his, home noa- here. Ho wns 7" yaw of ngo, ninl 111 i- weigh, or ut my yea s pist linn been between oOu and , ai poii'idi', ., i i ,,,li i isweaassaMasaasaasiiii i ii i "T, ,s.,i FIRE JfiCAPES UNFINISHED, so rirui stout tixats had io nn TlKKX ItOllS til' I.ADIH tti. Mrs, Mat-hie, n I'nrnlTlti, rSniroenled In n Thltil Avenue 'tenement A ltltre In SiifrolU rjlrrrt M'lilrh Wilt Kecetve the Die Mnrshnl'a t'siilllltt Attrnttun, A fire that did about $1,.iC0 tinmnzo to the five-story double tenement at 1.377 Third nvo i nuo yoi-tordny afternoon cot inowomnnhor life, nnd gave 5.0 '0 cillKcns an oppottunitr to boo the llfo Raves of Honk nnd I nddoi lfl rescue 'hreo porsons from the 'op s'ory. 1 he flat caught Uro In a wood hln In tho rear if the cellar penr tliu olov.ror shaft. It wns dlscov j cred shortly before 4 n't lock w lien it had renchcit tliofhatt. I Tailor James licemnn ami his wife, nnd j Janitor Thuoiloto1r and bi VTlft cot out of ' the Bocoiid-story wliulewn 'not as tho engines enme dnshlng up. Smoko hnd cut oft tholr io- treat by (bo staircase. They walked nlong the coping ledge over C. I). Vlnll'a lionsoliirnlshlng stoio, nnd climbed Into tho windows of tho ml- jolnlnlng flat. Jnnltor Try cnrtlod his two i chlldron In his nrms as ho orept nlong tho ledgo. and the throng In tho streot below I cheered. Tlio top floor wim nil nhlno In the I roar by this time. It was occupied by John I Mncklo. n honkkeot'or. Mncklo was down town, and his wife, who wns stricken with I painlysls Inst Mny, nnd eras helpless, nnd tholr two cirls. 1 tilth, need 3 cars, nnd Nelllo. ngel 2 yenrs. and Magglo Nulty. n nuri-e. were In the !Onm. Mrs. Mncklo was lying In bed, with Nelllo asleep beside hor, when the nurse heard tho crackling of tliollnmes In tho kitchen. Nuise Nulty. who Is nn Irish girl 21 years old. githeied tho two frlgbtoned children In her nrms anil r.in to the front window nntl held the children so that tho llreiuen could seo them Thlnc'nuds of smoke floated through tho vvli.tlovv. William O'Hrlen. ami I'inn and Sulllvnn of Hook mid Ladder 13, with hnlf n doen others, ralFo . the Idj otonlon ladder to the ftont of tho huKdlng. but It did not reach to ihe tup vvlrdon. unit tl.e Ills saveis sol o I it -onlinir ladder and --nnipeied tin. A iiiomout boforo rullcemnn Lerov Milder, wh, lives on tbo thirl I o ir of tho fat ninl knew that X is. Mni-kle was lieliilo-s, ran to the bulcnyln tho rear. Till balcony Is i,n each I'oor. nntl was deslgnol firnllro ise.ipe. but tho eonnoi'tlne ladders hme never been put up. 1-n tder ellmbod upon tho railing nnd leap ed tine" feet Into tbo nlr mill c night , hn bot tom ol the bn'cony above aim clnm ered unon It. llo made another leap nnd caught tho tup hnlconv. Just ns bo reached It tho window sash nroko out and a sheet of l':nn i-Wf-pt out ovor III-, head, ben' ing him back. Ho drained down egnlt. from bah ony to balcony, nnd renched the streot by ciiniblng ovor tho t-tono corrlce of l.ST.'i. He got to Iho s'reet In tlmo to feeNurso Nulty lit ldlng llttlo Nelllo Mncklo out over the window letlgo. uVren caught her iut o' the nurse's arms nntl then sho lifted L'dlth "iir ami held hor last till H'Hi ion's iirmR were , ngivln froe. Flames worn loapliig friini the top ot tl.evvlndoiv when tho nurso cilmbod out ( upon tho wlttdnw ledge. Hor hair and oo- , blows nore i-lngod. lilg sheets ot Itainecut off all access to Mrs. Maekle Py tlio windows, nnd other ilremen got to the 'r ml donr by way of the roof to re-i no her. Whon they burst in the panel tho woman was de.iri. Her face end hair woro burned, rirenien ear'ieil her hotly lo tho llorlt store of A. M. I alb'O not d or. where her liusbn'itl , found her when bo got homo nt .1 ' o'clock. i Lire unn 1'ittilel. Horn, who climbed down Into the tellnr to flglr tho lire wnsdragLod out nearly unconscious from -mnlo nud was taken ill nt- amhulanco to the 1'iostivtoriaii Hospitnl. Tiio iMmago was cliletlv to l'l.'ttt's furnishing stoic unit tlio Mncklo Hn'. Water nr.d smoko diiniacod housohold goods belong- i lug to -erernl tenants. I Uennls Hyan. janit-irof tho flvo-slory teno- l ment house nt Un'. Sitlloll. -treot wns sitting in his kitchen on tlie second iloor at !i o'clock jchteiday morning when his little boy ran In I and jelled ' 1 ire'" Mr. ltjan ran In'o the hall I nnd fiiw smoke nnd fames et.rdng out of tho open door if the renruinrtmont nn the same iloor. occupied by .Mnrrn- W. , etterbnum i.yan ran to tho doornav am! saw 'hat the rooms woie all atiln-'e. 1 speelilly fierce were tho i flamo-t under tbo stntionnry tti'-s where a pile ' of kindlli.g wood In. 'I hero was n can "-land-ll'B he-ldo this woo i. which llyan tip tight was n kerosene can. Tho npartment-eomed to be ilc-orletl. Kytin ran to iho house of Hook and Ladder 18. in Attorney stivet and there turned inn Mill u!n-ni. Meanwhile Policeman Her bolheimer had sent out nn nlsira. nnd llie tiro i encl'ies were clce behind the boot and ladder truck. Tho fire hnd spread rapidly In the mean time. Ihe hotiso contain" eighteen families. It , Is one of five tenement-i in n row When thiol Kolioe nnived llnmes had wo'led their wnv up 'ho stairs of 10 i and v.ere shooting out , of iho roof Mrs. Llsomnn nn invalid living on tho top Ho. rof ln4, v.n" ennie I out of the houso in n faint, 'i le I'nmos In tho hnllwny woio fo lleico that the men had to rolroat several times, but the ll-e wns mti'-tcred beioro much damage had lieen done. .Mrs. otte'liauni said that she nnd 1 er two PliiUtron wete nway vvhoti tho fire occurred, hho had used no i-n osotio nnl bntl no lire of nny sort In h. room". Tho hoip-ehnld elTocts were inkiiri-ii for n tie. The llri-inen learned that Mis. Zetitirbaum's eld -st child hnd pur chased two inmrtsof kero ono oil the night be fore from Abraham I psloln n grocer at 111) Suffolk street. . he girl could not be found. I end her mother -aid she had gone awny on Mondnr night with her ami'. She denied that i sho had purohnsoi! oil from I'pstclii or any ono else. 'I ho damns to the building ntlOiiwns estimated to be f2. !. iot.'hl) the tenants suffered an ciunl lo-s. Tho l'lre Mnrshal will Investigate. ,11A.S JIVTClll-lf-i DKAlll. Iter llody f.uy In itii Tlnahen Tito Weeks t.eloie Iter frlenda SIIe-il Her. I)vNnunY. July 22. Mystorv still surrounds tho denth of Mls Julia llutche". the oung womnn whoso body was found by a lonely toad near this place on .Sunday evon Inc. and. though nn Inouiry has beon set on foot, it seems doubtful If the true cause of her death will over be known. Tho nffnlr Is nnother of thoso myttorlcs of which Connesticut has had so Plane. Though Miss Ilutcher hnd boon dead for two weeks or m re. her i!lnpi enrnnce was not ill-covorcd by hor irientls until thev leatn- 1 od nf her dca'li tliro igb tlm ( orotier. Mio led licr home three ooel.s ago lot- n visit In n telghiotlng town, anil her fain I v nippo'etl her safe with friend-. She t-trppol nt He'hel on her wnr to visit the w- of Deputy Coroner Ilnrner. who isr ondiietlng 'he piesent inuuirr. i'tom Ihe tim she leit theio until her body wns found prtlilng vvni hoaul other. I 'i he body win found bv n boy. wliosluni' loil orei it ill mnklng Ills way thiougli the buslies i which entered It. It is generally believed that I tbo woman wn-t murdered by tramps. Lire lit llir Htntr 'mi, I PEPChKli.i.CsVp, July 22. Lleut.-Col. Hard- i Ing took the dress i amde to-night, but it was only a shadow of tlm Thirteenth that stood be fore him. Strung out ns thin as possible, the line only leached half nay a ross the color ' line. The ramp hns been In u bustle all day, and Iho toy parade of tlie night wns tho result I of nil the turm"il. The Thirteenth has sent out a ginnd gi.ard. They may get lust In tlio nio'tiitnlns, n Major Morlo's patty did two j i,arfct nge. 1 rom iho fa't that Col. AiP-tcn wont along I ami o.tploicd the ground e.uensl vol v. uinlol his well-known disposition to play ti'cks on his men. a strouir lii-tueKslou soon sprond that nn onemt would be louiul before the night is over. Col. A listen has nrranged for a ifrent day io morrow, Thu enmp la to bo attacked and do- fendetl. Ilotiokrn llrHcliita lit llultlmnre, IHt.TlMnr.p;, July 22. Mayor August Grnss 1 man. Aldermen August llevt'lg I'. I nnilrlgan. nnd Harry Snyder ot llobokcn, nnd Louis I). 1 Applegate, Jr.. Chief I-'nclner of thn 1'iro T)e- partmont of thnt cltv, are In H'dHmme Inspect ing Hie I lie Deparimenl. 'J hoy were nt the City Hnd to-dny I pon the Invitation of tlie Maior the tutrty touk n liliulutTii Ihe bit) thl- nfteiuoon. XIuppv Street Car Men, W'ii.mis'citov. Di'l.. July 22. The Wilmington City Passenger Hnllwny Company surprised all Its employees to-day, being tlie regular month ly pay day by an unsolicited Ipciensc of 7's' percent to their wages. At a recent mooting of the llnnnl nf Dltctors it was decided io make this ue of a portion of tho current sur plus earnings. The Iter, W, 1'. Hutdelit'a Uequrstai. PeucojairiiK, July IS. The will of the Iter, W T. Italflelil was snmlttad to nrobale by Surrobate norland to-day The eitatali value, I al about f7itiM. lUaOrani Memorial Dnlrerslty. at sttieni, Tena and the Mission. arr r-orlstv of ih viriho'ltei I pierojiat I'liurrh esih retatte $l,Osi. ihsl aiiai n sli brriettieil to tlti vim Vork Cnfereiiee 'X ih VetiuKUfct r.ple. ..pal I t'riarrh. tlie atiniu tn out- "I isMi-I, if u l,e Inaful li t in t,a applied II, e siliuirt of urn i"tt leencheis rlie j Wesleyaa L'nlrtnlii i VMi.iiiatnwn I'unu. nets f.'-o I io lllrctlen In- -i HI-iiltra'N 1'ct, There will 1- noil- n-iillt ' e-'e I. en a I -i if.lant i i:plscoial I'lairrh todii) Ucaitsi ,lmiea UooWtaier of I the t'otirt nf t ommon riesi has darltled to continue 1 llie rraereiayltir it prinlp k ai.teat 7hi I trior mint I vtliiit ate in d't licit 1 in? nieiinivMle it ithout leave ot Ihe f.ourl exrepi i-roiecuie Ms apiie aL -swsewSe-wTTuniagniulaiJurils-" -' -'- ttiC'. --J ma. 11 w it. is atrix vr. Her Dlatracfed Parentis lire Senrchtng nt l.-iat for Her llend Ilodv. For several mon'hs pnst n eontlnund story of a great sorrow hns been running Ihtough tho ndvortlslnBx'olumnB of the lltra.il. It hn- boon prosontod in many installments, tin Sunday tho ntorr cropped out again, but tbiough nnothet moJIum. tho record book of tho Pollco I Centrnt Ofilce. It hns not reached a conclu- , son, Tho chaiacters ate untuimed, but tho stivy does i.ot loo littereit for Unit re.u-on Thollist clmpter was primed early in tho I jour and fioiiuonily lopeated It was this- I 1 Issivii mm i, -' pt. is is ft a yoiiii but), '.'1 I'l J ears or aiie h fret Im lies 14 n nlij llcht trui'tilalr hlueiysi. uaailr ssr-n ai a t;re nslltniiil lletrletlii t loth ,lrs-, with ol ul liaist veil, I at d sallli , uripes, Ma, k telvei I It! w rf rl is With two ilalnoni.s ninl eirirlilslniriiiiai lte.nl r, - ir.l to nny n tot- I lastlon iiiiii-ermi ir li-r ln-r aiionts. .tilitrii-a Paip I I. MS box HI . Ilel.ihl iilitiitillolllce Putltig May It was topea'ed six times In ns miit.y nunibeisol .he pater. It aroiisi-tl much sieculallon, but tbo inystei y wns not -olved. I The m.t li st ilmcnt unpearod Hist on Juno i 11. It read: AM II VVe are nil heirtbroken If jou could see s and knots- le w vie feel yon would lly to ni 1'otne ipituk .Nothing has hem sad, no one kii'Mi about your colli-: exteptte and ne'll be, oh s , happy le re celvetoa lluh't hesilalr. btit loiivt, nnd co oituti-k JUUTItr.ll, hl-.ll.ll t IIKU. Thoro was but one Issuo of till-, nud thnn enmo the following, printud on Jntiu 17. 'ii, und 25: MAVlli: Uarn yon no regard for otir feellntrs Po let us hear from yuu. t e liATe been dislrnotiM for tlie . alt ten moDlhs. toll!J-IL On June 2.1 this aptioared: i 1Y1 sVIII. tio let us hear from vou. hare 3011 no re ilk gardtorour leeiDL-sr VVe have been distracted since sept. Is, Mill 111. IV, . It was repealed on July -t. fi. nntl '. nnd nt , length, in last Sunday's 1 nper. the Installment of the story rend lis follows. 1 AVIlh Cnruo home he oin It Is too late Tho alls 1V1- I'titisea nee StiiL lsu klhlnr yetir ntottier t.vriir.a Tho sums day tho story was tinnsfcrrcd to the record nf Polb-o lleadtiunrtors nnd lint blotters of thn sin ion houses in tills cty und nil over tho oiinliv. As wns printed in vestei , dny's SUN, tho following genstul idaiiu was sent out: S' J''-1M HKWAnn -Mi-stnf. sllice Ket. 1", li-n. a OVJ yottiij l.tlv. Hi .veara or aue, n feet 0 itichei t.ill I lOpn iritis. liiihtliroMlihalr blue eta- vasitres-e,i Inn urt n ill una Hearten, cloth dress, viiih In k ws.ei, rulM t rli'l satin strtpta bliicl. velvet hat was t rlnu sp.h two dliuai,n,ls anil an emerit.d in lite v litre. The aluii c rewaril -a ill I e pnt I tor any Itifo-niullnii of her Kherva'.iM is er. It dead, of proof of dea h t'Jenle nuke i ar ti.l le-tn-h of r'othlii or unltlui.lriett asad t :,ollly 'llii-in-is Myritea I hltl lltsp-ttiir of t'o.he, ctr 1 Vort Inspector Ilyrins lo'usetl yenterdny to ex plain the mystery or make known tbo iJeutlty i of tho nil-sing girl, ft tho Viorguo It was ' lent ned that uo uuldontllled body nnswoilng i to the description bad tocn re cited theie 1 since .-e 1 1 1 . la. ami Hint no ono bad called to look at t.'ie bodios thoro lifd out wno was knotvu to bo in honrt'h ol the dond body of a gill answurinc tho duscriptlou. UOHUISli SILLY HOMES. A llnndsoine Kuacnl tvlin Peapolla Women ol 'I'lielr tlusvelr-r. Crtir-Aoo, July 22. Walter Von Wnlkonburc o! Philadelphia has been rorjhing Chicago wo men of their diamonds Inn bold sort of way. Ho is 21 vears old, nnd hns beon known borons P. S. Prodrum. His first victim was Kitty Howell of Philadelphia, who has boen stopping with hor cousin on West Van Huron street. Van Wnlkonburc beenmo ncrjunlntod with Miss Howell through n stroot flirtation, nnd on July 7 accompanied her ton conceit pa-.llion , on North Clark streot, whero ho drugged hor. Mhlle paitially unconscious she b"ggoJ to be taken borne, and Van Wnlkenburg helped hor upon n enr nnd necotnpnnlod her down towu. j where ha ngnln drugged hor. and. after strip- i Ping tier of her diamonds, left her in a cheap iio ol on Monroe stioet. , Tho jewels stolon were a brooch of ton dla- I mends In it star ami ereseout. n pair of earrings Willi liiigesolitnlro diiinioutls. a sulltnlie dla- ' montl t In of 'jis enrnts, and n Uiree-stuno rubv ring These woro worth T'-flO. t n last Sunitny tbo police again henrd from tbo young mnn. A girl 17 or IB yott.s old railed at the Central t-taiion at.d reported the robbery of a i.jti diamond, giving n descilptlon ol the thief that tatllod accurately with that of ' tho mnn tho detectives vteionlter. shosnidshs , lived with her brother in West Jackson streot nud was a typoivritor in an odlce on La r-nlie htrent. She wns In the hnbit o, inking her moalsat n reslituinnt on Dearborn stieet, and hcmt-liH saw handsome voting Pre Iruni. He i-miled nt her. nnd when sho lolt the plaeo ho I wnsoulside. Ho talked eutertuinltigl) and saw , her home. Ho mot ber again that night and ' escorted herto a saloon on tho north side, where, on the proto-it of oznmininghoriing.lie ; decuuired with it. Last night two policemen entered tlie Cen tral rnloon nnd then thn bartender shouted: " Ho s here. He's got n Wi mnn In thnt room i covered wilh diamonds." '1 he doteetlves found bint with Mrs. 1'ora May of l.a-t Huron stroot. ' They had alight with the Drl-onor. who drew a revolver. On his i oison woro found a bottle nf i chiorolorm nud Ilia ring of Mary lloach. the typevvritor. A IV A It II AM FOll 211E VTCLE MAX. Charged with JTSentlnc nnd Tmprlsonlai-; n. Xlnr who Itrouulit Xlnrk n II lied Cycle. A charge of assnult has I oen made In the Gntes nvonuo pollco court In IJrooklyn by Trnnk llajlis, the lo-yenr-old son of W. II. Hnylis. against William Schwallmch. tho man ager of tho cycle company in Hodford n venue. Young IlnylU nnd o companion wont to Conor Isla-jd on Sunday, Thore they met two friends who had journeved to the island on a tandem ejele hired Irom the l-chwalbacb establish ment. Tho Inner requested Itnylls and his irlend to take back tboescle telling them that all the npenseshad beon paid. niultlieyMgree 1 to i.o so. on arriving nt tlie oilleo of tho com l nny llaylis nsho alleges, w.isnccused ol slchl Ing the cycle by Manager Schwalbnch. who ui-o demnniled J J for Its use. Whon the boy snld he bad no money, the mnnnger. iti al leged, culled him about the hend ami ince nntl looked him m up In n back toora fi i four hours, refusing to leleaso him until his lather nr- j rived ami pnld the f'2 under Piotost. liesides prosecuting Schwnlbach crimliiallr, Mr. bay I Is propobos to bring u civil suit i.ir a HErih cii.txtit:. I An JTCxploalon Oictirrrd thnt Will Cost ait I.eiiist One I. lie. I rotiTi.ncD, 111. July 22. An explosion of i povvdor occunoi! at Hedkey. this county, yos 1 terd-iy nlttrnoon, ilomollshlngC'arioll.VHorn'ii l gtrcery nnd Injuring nine persons. Tho In 1 jured are Jnbopli Cnrtoll, hand torn off and skin nil but nod: Panic! Welt, bank clerk, serl aisly, but not fatally; Harry Manor, odltor Hedkey Viiiira, vvribt cut; James illakoly Si lorry, John Tnvliir. ornolius Wulsou. Mattbetv At kinson, and John l.nko, hllgntiy In.urotl. 'llio o.ploi-lon was cniii-cd by Manoi's llgld ing a specie- of llrotvorks called dovil s chaser, whicli tluew sparks Into n cnu tontaluin;: iiltout fourleeti ptjiiiidsol powder. ( nrtoil cau not PObblbly lite. .Manor Is wild will. grid. I l'rlncran Ilrnneurrlo'e Irfltlon. , John M. liri,Uhurst. -nil his e.fe on Jon I, inc. ron ' tete,l Are b'ocklnf land in the Ivretfih ward In Ilk. ton w He d. Jr . and h's wlte Mtry li . fur Ihelr iut lira! lives, aid io their heirs absolutely. All that re ' mains undlspoeet of is the uoitn;.roteJ properly i hounded I y Tenth asentie and the lluJaiii li.vcr litaa mhiIi street In Hi'Hi IllcWoit it t'ltl I Is ilead .iliJ his trMowsurrlTes hlin l Princess I llrabetb llradhttr t Hrant-itiTio of Home Itatj Is his sole t,rvirlna child. The Princess and hi r mrther. i.ndir a recent art of the 1 eirls.ait re autln r llng tl eta eotlhe property, hat-a petitioned tho Sn I rente t'otirt lor ri lief, the propirtt romarfses nri i lly lota and Is leuled tor a market trartlea Tlie rhantcea In tint reiioii eliue ihiu lute been remark- nlde iihd ihe propsriy is nor. lit for permanent un. irtemeal tea laves at piesent amount to (A ,uoand I are llalne tobo Increa-e I while Ihe tnc una Is htit tsu-i ' peryear. I ecaii.e of tt.e rinutlment of tha piopert . the eltttonerSLHti.d ll-.l. w.th satelv. tidvain-e llie ex re. a of taxi s ,,rer ihe Incline, and they deilre llottthe who o or psrio. Hit propsrt)' hall be e,d and n, I iT'ircl- ,.eposllei with a trust company the taxes i I'Hi'l an I the Ini-iitue rlv n lo the widow. Mar I. Jndjtt A'i'IreH his cranted nn order, rstitrrtahle on Pet. t . r, ipittlinr i.iu pi i. a sttoitu ahy the rcih-f I jaaf e,l for tllullid ten I'd rrJUleil, I art! is I'lslilnc I. Inn lo i:u.iir lllet'icd. I Hoi-. ! John Van Sctintsan, a Genran, so years oil. htia; 1 hiiiw'f with n ilslilni; lino earl) ye.u-ru-j uiomlnif la an itiilliiisliid bubdliiKon Iheioudt able of Mllli tirtel, I elwcrn Ssveuih and I Ifhlh arenues. A bole liad been 1 cut for cellar way on the ilret floor fram whicli a I plank ran obliquely to the Iloor of the cellar Van I Schassun, who was a devoted fisherman, had doubled a I stout llshing line aiel l laced a noose about his neck Then he ,nd 'be euiJii I ihe t'otd about the plank lust i atovr two nsi's he had drlsen Into tla plank lie had to b-nd till kn'esati I allots the uelrl.l of hit body to pri duir trainrul.nl'oi Ihebodrwas ri'inoted to 2n.i vtreilt.'il street, whero Van r-chsesan's Ife is Janl i trie Jhecou.ila had three i'ht,ilren Van si Itassati ! wasaf uiner but had net worVed steadll since lust I summer Ills nils sats ll-at he sient nhalettr i in, ney he earned lor dr l,k slid that he was ronstiinlty aariissed i-y bis cedlmrs 'me "f Ihsse wut tbo last i lelsoli, I, eel e- I Is w lie tl at V an btbaseall adwattlls I I, nih on .Vloiulav morning ' A lltool.tiii Nrvsedralrr'a Kulcldr, I'.obert Mleietifeldt, a well known r-oulh Hroollyn I newsdealer lointnlited aulride yesterday at 7 Pobj I lata street -:' linnarins himself frrm the doorof lis bedroom lie lns.l teen esjiondent for eon a time. 1 nwme loreiiniiieil III I ealth lie was as yean old, and ' lealea a wbloa and ssvcral i-lllidrao. - ..Mf1saWrtf''W'r'' JHaT-ari HACK Of HIM! XAfTMMA M.AVSUMI'.H. Titer I'"' Into rire lolnnri Inlet OverNtnlit on Their I'lrat Itnr ut Ken. The Marie I.outso nnd the Honnle, napbtlia Inunchcs, s'nrtod jostotdny morning on tholr long raco from tho Corlnlhlnn tnoht Club houso nt Tnmpklnsvillo. Nolnlt.istnndlng the i crowing popularity ol iinp1ithaliiiiiicl.es there are inanv nople who I'i-drust lliom. not eo much ( n account ot naphtha ns on account of the ilgblnoss nnd apparent fiuilitcss of the bn'.s. It wns freely predicted )ostiilay that Ihn five tnou who wont nwny In tho litunchos ' would uuvor i.etnrounil Long Island. Lutein , tho lorenoon the wind began to blow Irom tho oast, nnd wcnlher-we-'e folks piedicted eiy , nnstysens and siitinlls boforo tli s morning. I Tho defenders of iiapliilut launches however. I mid that there would bo nodntigor to tho nnvl- gitturb, nnil It wns uudersloo 1 tbut in inseof tetious weather the bouts vvcro to be put in nt . tbo tiuniest shelter or to to beached. I It was J tint 7 15 whon tho tiiceis nnd Iho ' Mnglc lolt Morns doc!; to goto theronlooi-.N. Thoy had about olghtcon miles lo cover against a. flood tido through Hell (Into and l.ut I lllvor, und within n minute of threo hours tlio Mnglc, Willi ono mnn nboaid. pulled up at the ' yscht club iloat. Tho otho.- lnuncnes arrived two luluutos later, each w th two men on beard. 'lhellonnio was built a year ngo. nnd has leeiiUhud sluco that timo ns a bt eu I out by Ihe iiinuur.iciiici, iho t,,ts 1 glne and Pot'or Company, -hole::" Itot bug ovci nil, about U''. on tho waier line, ntnl limits 24 inches. 'J'hu Marie l.ouiiu wus lluls' ed it wce't or two 1 ngo ior the C mmereiul . n1 lo t omuany. lieotgoli. Ward, genet al luniincer (or the coin- i iinuy, ortlerid tho boat ,,,i uso at tlmcah.it I lainlliig.it Cuii-o. .V. S. It wns k-IiuiIuioiI Hint plio hbtiuld be 111 li riip'Mi sen -idling. 1-or tliat I io i' on hho was I tint oi heavier vtood than 1 usual, but tho model was not chaug, d. She Is of the fniuo diiiionslons at, tlie liennlo. o.ccpt Hint tbo liiiiim ina.tsuio is two Inches gieator. tho Itonnlo nieiiniiriiig i loet In Inchos und tlio Jln'Io l.onlho ,. Jeot. The M.iulii wliichsenud esteri!ni lo entry out tho udgesof tbo start , mid tlio rupoiters. is it L'.'i-lootei ulbo. Alter tbu stint sho toturiiDil to Now Vork acioss tho bay at a raio ol a llttlo inoru than nine statute miles an hour. i-ii board tho Itonnlo were I.eander Itulon. stoersninn. nnd J. .lencen. engineer. A bin nacle hud beon fi.stcned on tlio miniature dock fortvim:, nnd Mr. Union hnd nn Immense clinrt i ot the witter aiouuil Long Inlnnd to lelor lo. 'iho nniih'h.ifink was lllled nt htartlng 'Ihoo i irtlcally that Would boeno' gli 'o run tho loit ' I'ftv hours, nm lor sa cty'H sao three extra 20 gitllon casks of nnphthtt were put on iioard. Ihe ' I oat will bo under the highest practicable pies , siiro throughout ll.o crulso. and how much ills 1 tame can begot out ot it gullon of naphtha will be ,Obted. Hesides tho binnncle and tho naphtha ensks thetovvoro bo.xosur cold foo I In iho lockers, nnd heavy coat-und rubber gni menu lor tlm men. Tbo most interesting feuttiro added lor tho occasion, however, wns a fog horn, worked by hand pump. It stood up amidships like a disorgnui od trombone, bin when tl e onglneer pumped in the wind It hollowed lorth adismnt suges!ion of .Friday. In addition to thee matters oi otit'H tho Itonnlo curried ISO pounds ol sandbags und puvlnu stones to mnko tipior n thlid man who tailed on board it rival launch. W. L. Armstrong was tho onglneer on the Mario l.oulso. lioth ho nud .tonsen nre em rloiees of tbo company which made tho launches anil they were selectod lor tholr m perlor knowlelju ot their busines. They itrevv lots to dolermlno which bont either shoulil ship in. So wim the steeismon. J. Ii. Mnrsha'l went on tho Mario Louise. He nntl his rival. Itulon. nro Inmlllar with neighboring watois. nntl iiccuMot.cd tn guiding boats through them. Urisvvold Harte, a t-on of ilret Hnrte, wns tlie supen urgoon tho Mario I oulso. unit ho took his trick at ihe helm nt the begin ning of thoince. This launch hnd the snmo outilt ns tho Itonnlo. but the binnacle was not bet up whore big wavas might Und it a con venient target. ( leinunt Gould, dofendor of naphtha launches, nnd enthusiast generally, oilercd i'l'i to thewli.nitig trow, and it wns pre tt well underfoot! among the spectators that ho tins a private arrangement, not to say a wngor. with Mnnagor Ward on tho result of tho race. Tho timo of tho stnrt wns taken off tho pier onst ol tho Corluthlnn Club house, ami the launches i-ct out ns follows: Mnrlo Loulso. 11:'.0:'2I: I'onnlo. 11:20:24. Tho Mn'iio follovv od the racers fur nbout it mile, and in that dis tance tho llonnie had more than recovered tho threo soionds" etart gained by hor rival. This nnreuro I to be duo to tl o straight course maintained by steor-mnn Kulon lor. Mr. Hart wavered a bit In boarclilng for .Norton's Point, which was tho first obioctive of the course. '1 ho course, allowing tor necossitljs !u avoid ing tbo shoio on nccuunt ol winds from the ben, should be about 2ao miles long. l'lt.v Isi.anii. July 22. '1 ho Mar o Louise and thn Honnlo nrrlvod In I lro Islautl Inlet at ii:45 P.M.. being obliged to seek a harbor to avoid the hoiivv sen which thoy eneonnteied nfter turning Conor Island Point. The Marie Louise beat tho Honnlo nbout . I minutes in tho run from Coney lt-lnnd to tho boll buoy oiT Fire Island Inlet. It wasngreetl to hoek a safe bar ber tor tho night nud renew tho contest In tho morning should -o,i nnd weather rcrmlt. 'ihe Inunchos behavod nobly, nnd proved them selves nhlot-cn boatJ. Tho weather outlook for to-morrow N not i romislng. thero being a heavy sea with a brisk southerly wind. OOT A XA3IE AM) A M'M.EDOE. TlieC'lllrenV Movement C'lirlntenn Tlaeirthe JPVojilr'rt MlitilL-liiu! I.eaclie. The Executive Commlttco of the citizens' movement mot In Chairman Julian T. D.ivios's oil ce yesterday altoinoon, nnd aitor a confab two hours long pi educed a form of pledge undor which to oulist roerults for roform. Thecommittoonicn present woio J. T. Davie-, Jnmes P. Aiclilbnld. (iustav IL Schvrab, It. W. O. Welling 1 ouls F. Post. A. C. Ilernbelm. nnd Alfretl Ashley. Tho llev. 'J homns Ducoy, though not u member of ti o I secutlve Com mittee, wns there. Iloio is tho plet'go: t'EOPI-K's Ml'NIt'II'I. I.KACiUI-. First Municipal government is business notiollllca. hec nd viuntctpa elr-tions should be divorced from Flats nnd n-ttloiiJl piihiies Hard- .vtu'ileipal o.'n-ers s'louht be chosen solely for business .ibblf v anil persi-nnl bit' en y. i-otirlh- .Muiililpni otticcrs slmoid be independent of po illi-ai psrtles. nulls, busses and factions Kllth- i ' e rare or city property. I ,e maitiirenient of oat Iran lasts the co.ieLtloli ami epetnllttiro of cltv reienue-i. tho ilevelnptne'it nf .ystems of ranld tran'lt. and the Imliarnal anil vigorous eninrceitieut of alor leii'ti-lalli n and of mens ro-lo lha Improvement of iho homes of lite induslri it c a-es ran salely be intrusted onl in otlliela i liubcti under tho operation uf these It niuiiiir. Itellevliiir In these prlncl-tles, the an lerslg-ned enrols hlmse'f as a n emher of the I'eop e's Vluun ip il Leairtlr-. and wtl at the al pro u hiliif ele, tlons enpi o t only such raiididrftes I ir inun ctpal or - 'tints omresasura uu nuitat.edi) pleilsel to tt e same erlnclpes ami mIioss kimwi. tliiiracter Is a a-uarintue that the) wit, m ilulalu them. AVJUKS MX IIAItlt IA!CK. A Neir I.akrsldo Colon v flint llroka Up llitrlj- rinrd (or TtlUtnn: h Hath. Wtsi.TEt), Conn., July 22. Several weeks ngo a party of actors and netres-es. hoping to ; turn their hi. miner lnlsuro to profltalilo ac count, organized nntl came licrotoi-nmpout by tholal.es, having plnnnod to give perform- nnces nt tl.o neighboring hotels Wright ' Huiillnglon, Into of it ".Mm tho Penman" ! ttoupo. wns tho leading mnn, nnd In thnconi- 1 puny were his wife, I'ltuldn King-ley, I.oonoui llranley, Mnniigci liuiibuit. nnl otheis. nil wel known In New ork. Tie venture hits iitovett In t o ndfi-nstioiirt one In everv respect, Th ' leeelp'S liavo Pe.-n too sinnd u meet inn i expenses u ul ihecl iitiix v as lea, bed nlivn a wanuntvviisl smil for liurltiiirt'sitriest. uno count c''niged id'ii with Irntid .itm a second with batliuii. In Iho lake. I llo secured bonds on the first charge, anil pleaded guilty to bathing in tlio lake, for which bo paid n lino of t .70. Several attach- i mollis liuvn t-lnco been placed on tlio lako cot tage owned bv iho actors, though somo of the I claims havu boon bottled lor llity tuntb on the I dollar. A Ilililue Improvement Tnriltly Murtr. The brldgo trustees nro roallv mnklng n gen uine improvement, which was suggested nnl in god by Tur. - rv, nnd which will guile inato- rlnlly reduce tho dituger In cioaslng the big j brldgo on tho i.us Tho narrow plattorm nt tlio HrooklTn in riving tctmliius is being wnl I eucil so tbut the curs mny bo ouipiled laoio I rnnltlly and Willi lens eiuw ling, Tim lesult I will liotlmi nnlving tinins will stive a few boc . ouils in union ling, nud eau I a i-noner uiovud I tur of ih,- wnyof irnlns which follow. Tims one of tho gtentest dangeis, collision with it tialtiMiin llngiit tlie plailnrm, will Po lossenod. 'J ho linpruinnicnl should hnvo sn g- stod it self to tho bridge manngor and should have boon adopted long ngo. s Execntlone Aenlnst the Willy Wnllnch Firm Deputy sheriff burns tosk possession yesterday of Ihe oltlce of the firm of Willy Walladi, Importers of'brushea, coinbi, and stationery, atS'Jl Braadway. on on execu lion for f 11 'e-filn faror of I. M Montantii who.lt It i said represented iliutrm In Paris Ihe exe-ulbm Isoa alitditnentairaliist vvilly VV'ullai'h. I tear s ttuc-rll und it I Haul i. .ViarM stm lists teen a ,in business umler the stylo i, Willy Wallatl Hie bii-ltte s is u l i oi.iliitiatloit ol thai -tarled inanv ten- ,i(ro in ihe isle I Willy w alls, I,. 1 welt Va,,un oerin n ilit'rt All, r I his 'eaib tn I'rt r at. in J las nephsw Hie preisut t VVtliv Vt sllach at, 'issiii,n,aa 1 ilrar b. I laosaelt, lortued the Dim or Viulv Vtaiaih Hid continued the lii.slliess Vlr J..irknel look ul a t r u here while tr. VVai ai l resiled abroad ai otl e- 'uilirnient Mas rn lere.l avainst the una )ttierdy for ti.ev.', la faror uf , l Muntter ror tnasqnlla Mies and all llrhlnr use Pond's liitrach rrauiialted for n ductiiv Indarjaiuailtitt. Aiv. mm i --.ane i j 'lajsajasflsjaag .iUatsVlfcaiiftsI facias 3ure : 1 Thtmost i xtrio-illnary veBetih'.e tetnedv vet dlscov. I rnl. An absolute cure for all hercJItary or ncuulnd Mood dlsexses. Infallible In scroful t canrer, rheu ' rtallsm.dl'rB'JrIiiitertiptlotiB and disorders of stomach, I liver, and kolnev sofa lulls and children. Prnitoo-ited I hyleallnitplijsli-liiiiot Now York tho coatee: blood cure khoivn. The N. Y. Police Say : 1 llvlnirbeeii a member nf the po'iranf this oily for x , Ititmberof iei-a an! iltir In. t't.n timo expi se I t,i mi Ibechsnca. iflieiiiher I b lame alt'lcte.l Willi blood 1 troubles thnt caiis-d.xbrmiiiK "it on .hesklti nnd til-n isisi-d rheumii sia I a under the treatment of ' rail itispli'sli Ixns tvphontb'ne-it. ..... uno or tnt- comrades on th" force advised in to try facl is II oml i nri i did so rcsnllllK In rnttir ! ' ii root all inr al iiients. Ilopltnt tha litis certlrcato ninv induce others toirr lite cure who may be su'ierinif as t wns I remain, yours truly. oM. HLOIILb, New Vork July 1, lscu. 1 'the nctnn Islooil 'nre line iiosltlTelr cut il niimcron ruse ol Herolnlis nnil Hnit llliritiii In one nteiitli'is lime xvliern nil other Iiliinil tmrlneis linrc titlli-,1. , I'lea-ant to tike aptillcablo lo OPeases of Infancy or old one. .viidrucul-is seliu Price inrne aire riisi: small. I i'. eud ror ilesi-rlptlve patnplitat and cer tll.cMfS. ALVA'S III! VZII.IAN M'l.i'lKIl' I II. Nn. II Wall Street. New ork. soMi:r.oiY utroFr s nxanit. Home S.tnictilnnrv Inelilevtn In Koliert Ar- cbltoilil's H-mcli lor Ill's Wile. , Robert Archlbnld, formorly n clerk In tho pa-vsongor department of the Now York Contral road, is about tocommonco replovln proceod- Ings ugalnst n Mr. Woodman, n resident of , White Plains, to recover certain housohold ; effects. Some timo ago Archibald and his wife I separated, and he storod his household turn! turo In n flat on 125th stroot. His wife wont to White Plains and began keeping boarders. A ' few days ago Archibald visited tho boarding houso nnd hnd n stormy Intervlow with his I wifo. which resulted in his tnklng all of the family pictures out of their frames. Ho told her that ho would glva her until September to make up her mind to live with him again. Subsequently ho sent a messenger to hor with n nolo, in which he nsked hor for nnother In terview. Hhe sent word back that sho would meot him In Now Vork on Tuesday. 'J his Indefinite reply made Archibald Indig nant. He began tn look for his wile. und found thnt she was stopping ut tho house ot Mr. Woodman. Whon Archibald applied to wood mnn lor Informntlon about his wile he. told him thnt she bud gone to New Vork. Wood man bent word by messeugerto Archibald thnt 1 if he did not keep awny Irom his bouse he until!. i. Martin, ono of his bonrdors, would do pomo shooting. Archlbnld meantime waited at tho Standard Hoube opposite the I Court Houte. Ono of Woodman s boarders i enmodown to tlio hotel and attacked Archi bald. Tho latter threw tho boardor down, jumped on him. and wus giving him a fearful beating when Thomas Tailor, tho landlord of the hotel, interfered. Archibald then wont to Woodman a houso. ncoompunlod by 1 awyerl). H. Hunt. Constiiblo Uognrt. nnd others. On learning thnt his wife wns not In the house Archibald beenmo excited, and douounced. V. odmnn und Martin for conspiring to keep bis wifo nway from him. Archibald thon wont back to tho Standard llouo. and wns soon fol lowed by Woodman nnd Martlu. This was on tSundnr night. Martin nnd Archlbnld began a qunrrol and hnd a rough-nud-tumble light in the sitting room of tbo hotel. Tho curinlnt- wore pulled down nnd tlie room was being wreekoii whon Chlet Clerk Wlldoy Udell interforod. He was hnndled roughly, und during the scuflle ono of his lingers wns bitten off. Chief of Pollco llogort ilnally interfered and put an end to the light. No arrests were made. Clerk Odell buys ho does not know who bit off his linear. StOULIOS'S ASsSAlLAM COXriCTED. Itonas's Queer fltorj- About Why lie Shot the superintendent. John Honan. who shot Albert D. Moulton. superintendent of tho Stclnvvay and Hunter's Point horse car road, Long Island City, on the evcDingof March 2G, on Ilordon avenue, near tho Thlrtv-fourth streot ferry, wns tried be fore Justice Cullon in tho Supiome Court, Lone Island City, yesterday. After being out ten minutes the jury returned a verdict of guilty of assnult in tho first degree. Tho penalty Is from five to ten yoars' imprisonment It was expected that Itonan's defence would be temporarylnsanlty. His plea, howover. was self-dofenco, Ho attempted to crente a scene in court nt the opening of the case by telling the Court that he had no lawjor to defend him. Counsel bad been nsslgned by tho Court to look after his enso. but he ob ected to the man ner in which it wis being conducted. He also said he had a number of witnossis whom he wanted subpirnaod. Moulton testified that be was talking to a drlvor when i,o was shot in the hack. Turning about he recognized ltonnn. who was cuvortng him with a revolver. The Court allowed ltonnn full latitude, and I ho told his htory In a rambling, disconnected i manner. Tontv yonrsngo, he said, he drove . the enr on Fourth nvenue on which .Moulton i was conductor, lhey never got nlong well ' togothor. Ho avers thnt fioin thnt timo Muul- ton hounded him und caused his discharge fnun nnumborof plncas. His object In going to Hunter's Point tlie day of tho shooting was to beg Moulton to quit persecuting him. so that he could go to work again. W lion Moulton got oil tho cur, ho suyb, he walked up to him und sold: " Mr. Moulton, enn't we make up?" He fins Moulton replied: "(Jo nway from me or I'll shoot vou." . i Knowing Moulton s disposition nnd fearing ho would carry out his threat. Hon tu says ht drow his revolver and shot him. lie kept him covered with tlie tovolvor until he sow ho was not armed, when h save bis own weapon to the olTlcer who arrebtoJ. him. Ho concluded his story by saving: "Moulton killed my son by his persecutions, ho broke un mv family, and I bunnoto he'll now send me to prison." I'etltima tlie Admlntsf rntlnn Jtlnpea the Cllnmle Will Ite 'I on MllPh Tor Hint. Cnpt. James Webb of Iirooklyn hns been of fered the Consulship nt Blorrit Loono in West; Africa, but does not know vvhetlior ho will ac cept it or not. Ho was formerly nn active Re publican worker, but n few years ngo joined the ranks o' thn Labor party nnd wns one of tlio loaders In Hint orgnnlnMon. Cnpt. Webb snld to-terdny: "1 understand that the climate in Sierra Loono is very had. And thnt It will ' tnkon tough fellow to sinnd It: but I suppose, nl'or my experience with the Ileoubllcnns of Kings county, n little matter like that would not bot'ier me. I will piohably go to Africa If 1 Ilnd there is any dust in tho job." Asisiittfrit ltcruuee Ilia Ticket lllexv Atiaty, I ,lol n Vultlus, the well-known furniture man and the j nvtnir of Pulge and i ther crick race horse, has heun I a's.nt for F'iimi damates niraii st llie Hrlir'itnn itcach K'lilina-l L,m n l llo al ei es hatoliJ liej",whlle , mi hi ss a train i" the iiritrlitoe peach track, he .i. bruuitt a'sn.uetlh) Urakem at llun.iiiif nnd an I oilier eiiiplie ee r.f Iho ruHil. ilia trouble arose i-vera re 'rnverst tv i, p o ion .actor at out the otipoaof .tus t ck-1, w lac i mis llown o ii or las hand Mime lu . ll,e io tor hai.atiu ll to the isiudULpir "keep your " blood pure. A small quantity of prevention Is worth mnuy pounds of cute. If our blood Is In good condition, the liability to any disease Is much rodiicsd, nnd thn ability to resist its wasting in lluenco is tonfo'd grent r. Look then to your blool, by taking Swift's Hpocille (15. S. s.i ovtry few months. It Is liarmlo-s in its en'ects lo the most dellcnto Infant, yet It olennses tho blood of uIipoIboiis and builds up tho general health. A Prompt Cure. I wns oured sound and well of a cao of Dlood Poison by 8. S. S. As soon ns I discov ered I was itflllcted with Iho dibenso I com menced taking Siv.ft's spet'lllc IS. S, s.l, nud in a few weeks 1 was permanently euiod. OKOItOi: STLWAltT. May 7, 1890. Shelby, Ohio. Trcatiit oa Blood and Skin Plsetiss mailed free. v inn avrirr urcoiyio ca, Atlanta, ua. s-r ftotw, Cmrlnncs, Sr. Van Tanseti A' Irfinicu8 m Carriage ieeiwnlori, ' j 1.30 .? VA-2 S.'asf v.iih st., H '17 Private .Vfic. U AS r.NOIMIirS ABSOIlTMl T of all the new strtetsf 9 M'l.lMI nnd st'MVI It . Vltl.i ii,i;N """ ALL Till. M W 111 HIIINhuiiisl.. v ai-I . andOTIIRn 9 NAItliAI. woods, prominent amotur Hineh is ill the illeplty ot children s Vehicles fur uoi ... V nml lonles. . As HIOitllMi WAUONX Kenilniiton-. I erhy Warn. R Triple Hurl boards. Mureys it ,h ai I nil,,! Ci c.iiiopv lops .louheri A. White liiai Imard tor four t ' and sit pasieiik'ers Ql , EKOlt.llAMs t,Mi Ol TVtldN UttlNT nil TtllUVIl M I new mJ second hand by the besiclt) huhdera Xt-raTaSIos.'O'.'S. HI.ASS ntOM sXH l.l.ATIII It II LAP- K1X IMSSIIMIPR VNIl I TI..ION PilOMs Coooe audi urialti Rockaways '" XTXOrj;,C23?5L3Llffik.i5J, I.ANPAl'M TS and MAIL I'UAl.TUJta, I L'AP.ra anl M'lUrlt I'liAKTONH i,adii:s- univi.Mi r i.vrTONR. i:tknsiov top I'MAKTtlNI and UilLTtlltS' 1'IIAI.TUSS lai' AUO.SS AN II NthTiil' WAf.nNS UK ALI, KtNDi WAUONl TTIIS ASI1 Ill.l'Or IV'AUO.NI, I'AINrtitl AMI IN OAK. Tlbnt'IlY.S. POO lAKTS. AMI I'U.NV CAItTi OUR HARNhsS ROOM HAS TIIR LAP.OHST AMI FINKST RTOCK OF I ItirOHlKD AMI IIOMI.hTKI HAItNKhS. SAnnLM AMI lllilllLl.S Willi's. I UK ANU CLOTtf KOUtS. aLA.NKETs. la. a IS AMI'.RICA HOUSES OP Abb KtSDSi I'AMtbV IIOK-KS ROAP8TER IKllTTKHtk SADPI.I. IKIItatS A.SU WOKKKld ALWAYS ON HAM) "" AT PHIVATI! SAI.K. I IMK.MltNO PL'RI'llAShllM W'll.I, 110 WELL TO KX, H A.MI.NKOt It IMMI.NRI! STOt'K BhroKB tl 1IUYI.V) hLSJ.WIIl.Iia H FXiANBIttAlJ &TVOl I :i7u. :i74, uto imoo.Mi; br. D Spring and Summer J Carriages V of tiik nrsT Cr.AHH. I Vlctorlnp, WnironPtte, n t'ihrnlflB. Ileput Whodii, H Twn lVlicrlem, ('iirtnln Hnckawirtv a I lnll l'ltufjtoa. I.k. Tot Culit-IoUl II Iaadmiirtterit lio n lot U lmnltMifiirH, Knml AVnconfi, M 0-Iu. IC or It u trays. Top PhMritinn, H Coupe Rocknwiiyi, laudlrw I'liuetoaa. II 1 Hplilrr I'lmetonii Itudthonrdn. I I Vlii.nTlii Vllluue Carts I ljumlwu, Kiiniihoiitfl, Ftinry Trnpn. llrrity I'haetnns, lloctorft as on, isiirrryn. Iloclor Itrmitcliniti.Va C'lilliircit'n TrapB, Fuucy Xlitcknoufdn, tSuxon Pliaelom, WAffoni. niAfftonii. Bockboartld. Rock1.w1.71, RnrrtTi. Fancy Trars, Victorian, LandnulttUa, Warontttc 1 Cairn 1 Dot a Dob. Vfilaffo Curia, tHanhop ig ataahopa I riiaetnna. Depot Matrons. Doc tort' Thastona, Kx. Tub J Cabriotttn, Hunaboata. Canopy Victoria ruaotoaa, 1 QUARTEREDOAR Notliinir can be more handom than th Qnartrt4 K onk and mh triple and cable Huctboardi, HplQdlei, if llAnd a. Two wheelers, id, we are ini.t'lQtr thlt aaaon. I;, Uodlea tltiUlied In the natural wood, wtth geari rraioed f; to mutch, making an exceedingly durable aa well at i, upremely attractive flnlnli. hverythlntr we offer It r manufactured at our worka In fiyracuae. Buy of the 7 maker. ?' BRADLEY &00. 14 Warren st. SI 3R 3Eb OIAIj IIAIKIAINB IN TWO AND TIIItfcK hKAT DFPor WAt.ONH. I'assenirer VVairona, aeatin; eleven parsons; open eturreya. In oak and natural is ood extension top Surrova, t-abrlolets. Ladies' 1'ark Phaetons. alaoHuck- boards Iluirfrles. Pony and Ko&il t'arta, lltteat seleetloa of Pleasure Trapi. JJelt cooda, lowest prices llur from , tne builders, JtACINK TVAflON AJVII rARRIAOU CO., 77-M VV poster L. New York, AT nNlfr.D STATES WAOON "AND CARRIAQB ros. an av., cnitscit snni nt. city AI.Ij KINI1B OP DKMVERY. ORIICKRS- BAKBRB1, IlfTcriKRS-. I.AUNIIB1'. Jtll.K. CARPI- 'TKRn A.v6 kxpruss vvaoovs o.v Iianpami madk to order. KSTIMAThH FL'KMSIIEO ALSO CAHKIAORB IIAIt NKSb, AND HLANKKTM OHF.APKsT 1IOUBH IN TUB CITY. EASY PAYalK.NTS. ADI.NTH WANThD. Ill I Larrest stock In U. s. of UoliTerr Waions for T)rr Goods. Laundry, Bottler. Orocera rarpentera. Plum bers, Confectioners, and all other buslnsss; best gooda. our own raako of best material, finest ilnlsb, reasona ble terms. Huv from the builder RACf.NK VVAUON AM) CARRIAOB CO, 1S1-1J3 South 5th av. Now York. I'Pf-iiNEHHs7AOONH-intl NEwTTn HPS ond-iiami nELivi:iir wauons, all btylks: KULLY VVARRANTP.D. IH'Y OP VIANl'J-ACTllRF.R; SAK MOM'.Y VVAOOVS TAKEN IN KXrilANOK. I IIUIISOX WAGON Q Mi HUDSON BT. I BBWINEH1 WAOO.NN Our hand made I wairors are acknowledged the best for New ork I cltr atreeta, and are cheapest to buy Wa carry in I stock i ) nazon to unit all purposes. Call befor. R purcha-lne elsewhere X KXt VtlltIC 1VAUO.N B CO..as5ij7 Hudson gt., corner Bank. n Jt.n H Ppedal. Just received, two carload! of onrLlihl tl Delivery Wafl-nns for country use, with or without top. la ftACI.Nf WAOON CO, lit booth Sth av. S.Y. f& rfUNE-LOOKINO BI.ATK HORSP. tSW handsbiihTi rH years old: not afratd of the Lroads, safeforanyon. m to drive sold at a bargain, because owner eoee travel- HI ItttaT 1UJ West Houston at. store, between 1J and 'i. KB ;S.i..nn girnilcmiw. 1 EQCrBTRlAN OUTFITS: Illustrated catalogues fraa. H WHITMAN BADDI.P. CO., I IB chambers SL 9 lrnATMsA noTXM.txa i.STAnLisnstEhTt m Krttaer la Sure It la Not sa " Factory, as Bat. flj loon, or is I'litco Wliero JLIqnor la Walde M When tho property on Clinton Hill. Newark, m wns boW live roars aco br the Clinton Hill Commissioners, certain conditions woro sljrned i urbuyots. Ono wns thnt no smblo should ba I erectod within sixty foet of the front lino of ; any lot. and nnother was that no building; ; should be used as a factory, saloon, or place ) for tho t-ale of Urjuor. Jlornard Eatser boueht one of the lots on liroomo stroot and started a ; bottllcc business, which was nllowed to crow I and flourish without uny remonstrance from o tho neichbors until a few dnys atrn, when Mr. hnlsor erectotl n lnrce nnd unslclitly barn on a I lot which he has since purchased opposite tils bottllnu shon. Tho neluhlioi s objected to the stable and Knlsor lnuchud nt thorn. Uo pointed totlio fact ihut It wiis over sltr feet buck from tho front lino of his iirom-rty. rinuliic tliat romonstrnnco was useless In this innttor, the nclchhors concluded to Invoke the Hid of thn cltv niittioritlos to shut up bis bnttllnu (stiibllHhnicnt. 'J he Common Council will bn asked to tnkn tlie mutter under consid eration on Friday nlcht. Mr. Kaiser liuiclis at the iJYa of forclns hlra to close up or remove his biislnuss. He says tlmt beor bottlinc doos not enmo under the conditions imposed, and tlmt his place is n noitlior a snloon. u factory or it place where H i liquor Is i-old. J-urtlieimoio he threatens that M he will build a cheap tenement house lor Hal- H Inns If he lluds that ho must lilve up his bot a ' tllnc business. a.aui--s .. 91 A Father Atlempta to Kidnap bla Oira J, Child. (' Joseph MoPauI and bis wife have been aeparated for J) aome tlmo, and the latter baa been lltlni with her five- I' esr-nld son at her sister's house at hsh dates avenue, . Prooklyn Iho hatband lua frequently tried to (el I Iiossession of the child, and ha succeeded In kldrjaurlnf 1 him on Unndnv evening wlilie plajinif on Dee sldewa k i ! In front of ihe hou.e fbo lailn r eoil nr tlie boy in bit H arms, lot iled i alraavrliue car but the mother, wlio H wltnes.ed tho Incident r.-oin the wlndos rati out, and. II ' alter a loit char auicrtilnl in uvrruLtnir Ilia car rlie W deniaiideii the surrender or the bov nn I a policeman H boordi-il II tar unit look the parties to the tlates are- W nn. ii on. There the bor ran to hi inoiher, anl she H took li,,, i home lib t,er under llie escort of a nolle. H i IQJI,. Mie made no complalDt auall st her husband f LEAD POISON i OURED. I lam apnlnterby trado. Three years ago I f hal ubnd caoof Load l'.ilson. caused by uo loir rubber paint. I was cured In a i-hort tlm li byii.Kr!. Tlio niodlclnodiove the poison out 8 tliiouclitlio pores of tho skin. Mi-n I (list fl commenced taklncR. fi, R. niy s stem wns ro II tatiir.Hed vvltli jioNou tlmt my iiiiiieri-lotlios A wero colored by tho paint bulm: workid out by K the medicine throuith tho pores of tnybkln. I lj wns cured ontlrely by B, 8. P. I took nothing II oh, aud have had no return sl'ice. 9i ' C. PARK CEAK, Wuyneavllle, Ohio. V Before and After Using-. Yi AtonetlmrI bail nvv'ul nores niu i unplos , on my fuco. mid after tis.nc tin' bottles t,f gr B. B. S, I was cured, and now have a nice. jfl smooth comitloxlon. H JAMKS h. SOYLE, Atlanta. Gtv J. JM -ss Mq)