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I 2 TILE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 24,1 1891.
SWEPT BY SEAHCil LIGHTS. I tub jir.AtK nirr.n miw: ititit.t.iAXT AT Till: XlfAI. XII! 11 r IH11I.U m Oar-colored r.letlrte Hlenata Final, from H fitr Blilp lo Wnr Ship More Hpectn. H tor Tlmtt There ore leople In the Slnte fl or Mont nil it Look ortundApplniidtlteOor- H Eeott I'lTccI oftlifi Htveep onlte Thlr. tern Immense i:icrtrlo I.tahta-Npottlnc H i Torpedo Tlont-Interpretation of the H Nlnonls-" flood Nlglit" In Green. H Tlm whlto jacketed militiamen. oncournged H by expoilence, cam down to tho old Mlnne- H otn nt tlio fool of I'lltiotti atroet jostcrday H iiftornoon .ltl almost ns Jounty nn tilr ns tlielr salt Instructors, a hey liltcheil their H trousers in tmo navnl stylo iiml shivered a tlmbornrtwo. The blnck tie sot many of them H were fnstoned negligently, anil tliolr shirts I oponod at tlio nock, 'lhoy had oosorved that I this wan tlio way. Tlioy weio not a bit B nervous, and not n ehook was pair. All four I batteries woro drawn upon tho long pier, with I gold-lneed olTlcors In fiont. and photographed. I Then tlioy mnnnod tho eutturi and were H toWoitoittto the whlto ships by tho tugVlk- Inc. lieutenant-Commander Jacob Y. Miller's I rrulsnr. They mingled with tho ovperts. ns on H Tuesday, and waited foi Instructions from tho H Chleago. Ihere woiesovon vo'soIb at anchor I above tho Chlengo yciterday. tho torpedo boat I CuslUng having boon aildcd to tho lino. I Tho squadron swung around to tho flood I tldo, bow down stream, at J o'clock. Then I two lings woro run up to tho port mnlntopsnil I yardarm of tho (lngshlp by Lieut. Stnunton. I The upper, n siiuaio illvldod diagonally Into red and w hlto, retire sontod tho flgtiro " 4." and H the lower, with tho positions of tho rod and H whlto revorsod. was "o." Tlio stgnnl, 15, H meant "Arm and oiuln boats for distant sor- I vico." Hod nnd whlto answering nonmnts I fluttered from tho Ups. tho boatswains' whls- I ties botnn to pipe on overy ship, nnd thore I was a scurrying along decks, n loworlngof I bouts, and a scrambling of tars nraatour nnd I professional, down ropo ladders dnngllug from I barbette. A fow marlnos followed tho whito I jackets Into launches, cutters, nnd whnloboats. I A fresh noithwestoily wind, at odds with tho I incoming tldo. stirred up ttio whlto caps and I niadoino boats danco merrily. Some of the I whlto jackets got a wettinir. Of oourso the I Chicago's boys wero tho llrst In lino. Thorhad I more nmnteurs among thorn, as did also tho Newark, than on Tuesday. Tho boats of the Concord came bobbing down to the flagship i not. llko nstilng of snowy Dea nods alloat. The boats of tho Newark. Yorktown. Atlanta, nnd Boston followed. They mndo a vivid nnd livoly picture all tocethor. with blue-numbered whlto fines II Insr at tho bow and the American ensign snapping astern. Threo decks filled with excursionists on the iron steamboat birins thought so. and tcstlflod tholr nppro- bntion by crowding to tho port rails In such numbers that the guard of the steamboat was nearly submerged. Tho second htznal. "2GG." meaninc "guide left." was hoisted just ns the six columns of boats drew up to starboard of tho Chicago. All ' tho outer leading boats lined up w Ith the flag- sblp's launch. The signal :r5. a blue lias, a ring divided diagonally into white nnd ted. nnd tho repeater, nrderrd the boats to "oblique to tho rich!." Tins necessitate!! boiiio rowing. The Lieutenants in command shouted their order, whi' h went, liku nn echo, from boat lat.luin to boat Captain. "Oars upl" and a forest of blados woro bris tlloir. " Tot fall! ' and they ilescordod. "Une way'." und thor plashed In tho wator nnd enm forth silver-dripping, as the flotilla moved toward the Jersey shore. A bnnk nt black fcnd angry-looking clouds was ilsing in thenostand tho amateurs looki.il itpprolun Blely at tliom, l!ut thuy did not break.nl tboiifh tl oy P-nt murkinoas to tho wator and t chill to the Air. Sicnal " 2'i7 " from tho yardarm t Id the fleet to "stop." Then even oiusiniin backed ator In oliodlopco to tho hiunnl "jy," until tlio order to stop was dlsplnrrd attain. '1 he order "culdorlitht" ttiRT' brousbt the bond of omdi rolilmn in lino with the loading boat of the Boston's column. Tho slt-nal Hint followed. "-MC." called for Fometblnc now It mount, "coiintormiirch b division-, leftnbour." 1 ach column tinned 10 left nnd lieadoU up the ner. '1 lit') lined up on signal with tho CIiIciiro'b stcim launili, and end of the 'lonoshnre crowd, but below tho tiioeiiieiit was unnoticod boi-nU'-o of the uark lios. Indeed the clouds of the West had Mirenil nil ovet tho-ky. )iJv the artificial liehta nil the shores llliimlnatisl the water, and ttmt snit it llluiulnution Is MtlinrcontiiMUK tliun oiheiwleo'otheunnceusipmed spectator. At a little latei It was at y.13 procleey-a ulowlnirstrluirot HclitsnpiioarMl ttp the ml?. yn bH(ketay of llm HhkhUIp CIiIouko Thorn wore to white Ileitis, ono ubovollio other, and in the same lino ubo thee thre red Hunts. Iti-tantl v the ntno strlncsor lUrlitsnPtioared on IhiloromnttsipT tho .Newark, tlio Concord, thu Allauta, tho iorktown, nnd the lloston. The spectators rlchtly cutsspd that, the dis play was a vlcrinl frotu tho tlanslilp forteuln utnir the drill, and tho answer that all was rondy on tho other ship . It wn nn nrhltraiy oide t-lmml. Tli tto nvhlto lielits and tho throe red Debts (they nre road trt'in tho bot tom upl meant "aetlun." nnd Informed the otberbhips thnt ther were to linndle tholr eenrch llchti ns the ClilcaKinlId hei e. 1 or a mlnutM the lluhts liimu In Che air. nnd tlnnastliey illsnpponrod thirteen stroams of eold whlto lleht spiMitnd to the clouds front th anchored lleet. while tho enthn-lastlc ad miration of a himdlfld thouentid spectators was opreded In a proloiiKod "Ah-h-h-h' thnt sweot over the water like the rush of ft siuallnf rain. It was a slctit worOiy of tlio applause. On the Chlcuco et two search llchts electric lluhts of til.ToilinndJe power, ench idnced In tlio focus of the most, powerful r-rlectors known. The rays of theso Jlchts lelt tho rullectors in bourn so slender that they looked ns If nmiin'stinnd would wholly obstruct thorn. The beams, prolouuod to tlio clouds, made wliito taruets thore seomuiKlyn yard In diameter twh e as bi as tho full moan. 1 roni the .Newsrk thiee lluhtslliisbod. nnd from each other ship with masts two. The beams of llKht all rostod at an anulo of . decrees as motionless as polished stocl hoams mlnnt haxoteeu. while the officers on on'-h shin ot plnlned to the novices of the nnvnl mllltla all about the tonstrnctien nnd operntlon of the sean.li lluht. This done, tho practical work vas lioKtiii of nianlpulatlno; tlio lleht as It mleht be linndled were tho Hoot opi etlnc tho attnok of an enomy. ... , ... hlmultnneouslv tho thlrtooti benms pltohed down from the clouds to tho water, nnd then Unshod to and Irn. up and dnvn Uio water lront. nnd from shore to shorn in the most bo wlldorlnc nnd startllnc fa-hlon. l)r a mo ment n lleht would ist on n plor bead nnd thowondei nnd dolleht oxptesseil onntbou kand facos could bo read thrnueh tho Kinases of thnoilborson the slifps. Alowliont float l lie with tho tide would suddenly nnpenr In tho I Titr. cmcAoo's i.kuits swcnfivo tub nivr.n. centre of nn olllpso of lleht, in which tho movement of tho occupants were ns Plalnlv Mslblo as If in broad daylight. I ho beams from ono of tho Jioston's llebts. nt anchor oil lifty-llist streot. Kouelit out tho tue . . Mcoll. which earrlod a huN roportor. It was thou olT Tvventy-slj tli Btreet. a iiilln and n qunitor from tho lloston, but tho Unest uewspaper print was easlldv legible uudir the powerful iieht. 'J hen the lleht was turned on tho tlacshlp. and the white hull Dashed into view a most beautiful tareot for tho eim of tho lloton. A llttlo Inter a small hut swift stoam launch left the landlne in lW orlc opposite the t'lilcniro and startod fortlior nt full speed, ns a torpedo boat mil-lit haro done, but she had nottrnvellid a dozen lonclhs bofoio thosenreh llehth'clnrn made tho white fonm under her how sparkle, and tbo wnoln boat became a simple tnreut for tbo qulck-llrim: cunsonthe blc snip's deck. 0E OP TnF. CIlICAfiO'B 23.700 CIN'DI.E rowm i.p.ins. Nothlnc afloat within a milo of the fleet, up or down the rlvor. escaped miniito observation. '1 he steam from tho ovtinust pipos of tues was turned into rainbow n 'I lie sails on a conp'e of jai'hts and three or four merchant schooners woro mmlo lumlnou. 'the win dows of tenements alone shore seemed nllame. 'With n chnneo in the focus ereat breadths of vvaier sparkled and dnucoil .is If in the luiehtest moonlight. Only In two places did thosenrih Iieht dls atipoint thu spci tn'or-. On the follneo of ,ler eey trees only a faint round tareot appoared. while tlio attempt to illuminnto the moon as It ro-o hie and red fncod over the city tonomants wis a Inllure. I 'Jo one who know nnythlne of wnr ships It I was .ippiirent that no torpedo boat could hope i Titr. I10BTOV AT.IXCFR ARTRPV. ns tlioy passod tho llaeship tlior "tossed oars" in salute to Admiral WHki r. Then. In nhedl once to thtoo huciosstve .(ennlK they lot their oars fall, cast off tow lines, and returned to tbelr resioctivo ships. The Cliicaeo'a boats bad a rai e lor it back to tbo flaehli. The seirch-Hxht ilrill last nietit was the slebl of n lifetime. Jvevoi before slnco L'nclo bam owned hhini has tho metropolis hi en any thine llkothoillst lay in the North Illver. lie fuio thesurp-ot cunon Ootoiiioi's Island had boomed thero was a smatlorliic ol leonle, old anrl youne wanderlne about the end of the piers between West Twoutleth Bnd West hlxtleth s-reots. and nn hour later the " atterlne had erown to a i-olid mass. Ihoie was a tlireatcnine cloud still over the Jeisoy ilslehth, but tli spoi ta-tor-not only crowded il'o plnrn nud bulkheads: tbey swarmed overbite, tues, fctenmers.and ihooaers. and up tho rleclne of tlio various Milllne ships. '1 hen came the iron ettambnat Taurus, loaded until hei euard rail was awash, nnd a picnlo bareo linmwnrd bound from up the river stopped hard by, while a dandy white steam yacht and n fleet of tues nnd nn un counted best of rowboats covered the water ' round ahout In sri'o of tho fiercely runnlnc ' Hood tldo, 'J ho number who saw tlio dlsplnt It Is pot possible to estimate, lor even plor bend at tho loot of the htle'OH between 'Iwentluth and Sixtieth hail an av-tneei f l.iinint learn, while nn einial, nioiniily erenter. number until eiodinthn tois i f tenements nnd In tone ment windows aloneshoio and onothor tl ices that 0"iiiiiinudci n vio of tho river. Micro were not lm than fjililli) New Workers look luuttt tho'iiavnl mllltln as thev took their llrst Iosboii n UioiiBo of the rii'iinli Iieht. Cntliu Jereey side the Weehawkin pleis. and the rocks a-s fnrdown ns llohokeu showed miiuy crowds not less In all than luinm peoplo. The militia weruordi red into the small boats at illtlotli strec i with military piomptness at the hour named In ndv.irn e, nnd were towed off to the licet. This made a ttii at the upi er to roach that fleet In such water on a nlcht llko that, while any two ships, on nrrlvine within rlflo mnco of oncli other, could shoot one another to pieces ns well by nleht ns by day. Tho use of the lielits boean with tint bourn directed to tho clouds. '1 ho drill cuded with the llehts In tho same po-ltlop. Another drill eiiunlli lni restinc. Ihoueh less picture-iue followed. Tho t-trinus of tod nnd whbe lieUs, hnnclnc In air llko those whli h bad announced the ponlne of tho ilrst drill aenin appeared, but they were rlvallod in beauty by the vnt dlnpliy of lockets nnd bombs over on II Dorado holsht". and tho crowds turned ral her to watch tho Jersey shore. Tuo-ollglit weio iisod lu tho Ardols sistem of nleht sletinlllne. Five lanterns wnio bunc In tbo rleclne. otio above the other. 'Ihoniior hall of each was red Klass, whllo the lower half was whlto. In each lantern were two Incandescent eloctrlc lamps, one bohlnd the ied ulass and the other behind the while ennbllnc any lantern to show either red or white. The twenty wires from these lamps unite In a cable runnlne to the operating box on tho sftor bridge. Upon n circular plnteln this box nro the dif ferent combinations of red nnd w hlte with tho lettoiH, nummnls or code words thnt tlioy represent justiin llini appear In tho series of lanterns In tlm ileelne. Turnlnc the medio MtliobttT. numeral, -r eod word doslrod, nil tho operator is to do furtliei la In tin n on tlio current nnd the proper combination of Iho llchts appears In Hie rieulne Admiral Walker said that Inst nleht s io-o of the si stem was the Hist tlino it has boen displayed In tills cnuntiy. It lias limn In nso aboard thu white sonndrou only since last January. The Admiral sail that it was the simplest eystem In usu on account of the combination of but two colors, and those the ones that were tlio most easily distinguished. Innon eodn slenalsn word issieliod out by exhibit ing letter after lettei. .. . 1m last nkht's dill! nfter the search Merits bad been tdiut oil, the lanterns showed tho f code word 'Ictlets." They lighted up the mlwen riecliw in this ordor: Wnlto. whltp. rod, whlto, will's. This meant that the Biennis that Were to follow would be spelled out letter In letter. Iho mesfaeo thnt I.loat. Htannton then si oiled out vvltn tho Inntorns was: Tho drllln hnv boen satisfactory." This shows tho dirreront eombinn'lons employed, It belnc ro inemborod that tho lanterns are road from bottom to ton: r Itnl ... llnl .. ..White., . White. II .Ked ... While ..White. ..,, I-, Krd ,,, .While ..Ilea White White. I neil .... White -Hei Vthlte .Bfi IC ....lli-a ....Pfil .Willie , ,.lt4 Wtdto. I Ret White .White Ken I l.eil While wane .... While. 1. . ne.l . White . White White H .. lira i:el . . White ...Ittd tied. II tteil White .. White. A Ileil ... White ..lien. V Iteil iipiI White White White i: Rut White... lied White White. II .. lte,l ..While ..fed While. i: .. .Kea White .lied White WMIe. : RH While .. lied Mt WMte. .N lied... White .White Wlitle White, K Hed .. Red White Ittd Red. A lie 1 . White ItM ( ,d Pn White White. I .. Krd White. .White fed. m , iif.i pel While Itnl lied K .. Ilal While Ited Red White A,. Itel While.,, lied , . lied ....While . Red Red T Itfl .. lied . White White. tt ,. tied . KfiL . , . . .. It. .. .Red lied... White . Red ... .White. 1 lied Itel I'ed While Red. llotweon ench two words a slnelo lantorn fhowlne ted wns displayed to ludlcnte an "intervnl." At tho end of the whole epntenco thesiennl "red. whlto" was displayed, which means " linnl." ..... ,,. , The Voi y systom of nleht slennlllne was also shown aboard the I'hlcneo for tho ItenoHt of tho nsvnl militiamen, lied ntnl ercen balls of lire llred into he air form tho basis of this sysiHtn of siennlllne. Old-fashioned lookine pistols In which a big cnrtrldce Is placed woro used. Tho cat irldeos llred elthor red or gicen bnlls like llomaii candles. I list a green ball went up into tho air. This mean' n eeuoral call to all tho shlp. Then the code sietial 'lease from a tlon"followod. In the odo this 1st opiosented by the combination of flumes 2SID" For each flguro there was a combination of ied ami eroen ballB.aslollows: ureen ore'ii i.reen Green. M (.r.en Rd .. ..Red Red I Ret . Ild . . . Red Red O urcpn .lei Red iireen. Two cadots stood by tho sldo of Lieut. Ktaun ton. inch with a pistol In his band ready to lire rod or green as the order mliiht come. Wl.eu l.ioilt. Mauntou Had llnlshod, up Into thonlrciimo n creuu ball from each of the other ship of tho suuadton. That Indicated that tlioy undoisiood tho signalling, nnd W'Oiml up the piocoedlues. , .... 'Die search lights are nt ench end of tho bridges of thuBhlps. but the Newark bad ono nt the stern ns well, 'iho lights on the Chicago and li 'don were plainly the strongest In tlio lloi t, and to most spectators those on tho Dos ton hhownl stroncur than any other. Theeiloct of tho lielits on the pilots of the floating craft was worth noting, for no man could li ok the beam inthsoyo. Ihe Hash of the lleht as It suddonlyentered tho pilot house was simply blinding. It made the oyos ncho ns If from a blow. That It would nld inntoilnlly In dlsconcoitlng an onemy noed not be doubl ed, for Its effect was ahout as bad when one envv it coming ns when it came unexpectedly. It Is Interesting to note that tho vobace of tbo big soarch light was but 50. It usually takes a etirront of 1.(100 volts to kill a man. There was nodlsplavon either of tho torpedo beats Lushing and Vesuvius. Tho keenostsort of Interest was shown In tho signalling by tho militiamen aboard tho t'lilcago. who rnmo aboard tho second ttmo just beforo '!' o'clook. Tho Chicago's officers took llieni In charge nnd explained in detail tho working of thosenreh liehts and tho in tricacies of the different si stems of signalling. J. lent. Staunton, who superintended tho sig nalling, i" the signal oillcer of lb" fleet. 'J ho manipulation of tho search lights was In tho hands ol l.lout. ltogers. who wns acting executive, officer. "Mnnd by to throw tho light." wns l.lout. ltogorss llrt ordor to the men In chnrge of tho soarcu lights, and then nt his next command. "Throw tho lights." up wenttheshaitsof 1 ght into the air at an nnelo ot 45 decrees with the ship s deck. Thou under his directions thev Were manipulated in dlfferont directions, and brought back to the orielnnl position tust beforo being shut oil. When i.leut. Htaunton began his signalling with f'o Ardols system be ent up a man Into the main rigging to watch the other ships and see that tho signals were answered on all of All answered, sir." would como bis err and thon l.lout. htaunton would follow with the next signal. ..... ltuesell Harrison was In the front rnnks of the observers In tho evening. At 111:15 tho navnl reserves bundlod into tho steam cutter awaiting ttiem on the port Bide of thu ship and woro cnrrled back to the Minnesota. Abrnm S. Hewitt led u Chamber of Com merco delegation aboard the Chicago yestor duv afternoon nnd made n llttlo speech, to which Admiral Walker responded, iluesell Harrison. In agraysult nnd a straw hat. saw tbo nfternoou evolutions as well as the oven ine show. .... Just before the stcnnlllng boean. Admiral Wnlkor. Itussell Harrison. Capt. Miller ol tbo Chicago, and Lieut. Staunton stood in n row ou the bildgoandwerophotugraphod In tholr best smiles. UAMnvnar.H's accomplice fouxd. Arreited In Baltimore Clinraert with Help ing; llliu In III Illnnond Itobberlefi. Ralph Hamburger.nllas llobert Howo.allas Do Tord. was arraigned yestorday morning In the JofTerson Mnrket I'oheo Court for tho third tlmo charged with robbing Jeweller Chnrles Wornccko of 8 nnd 10 Wost Twenty-eighth Btreet of J7.000 worth of diamond jeclry. Justice Kelly's desk shone llko n jewellor's showcaso with tho jewelry found on Wedues dny nleht In tbo prisoners trunks. There wcro two diamond snpitlro pins, four diamond rings, a silver jowel bov, n diamond necklace, an old I ngllsb watch, a diamond pin. and a gold watch made nt Canton. Ohio. Horgennt t'ottiell testified that ho got the-e articles in tho prisoner's trunks, which he trackod to 2GQ West Thirty-ninth street from 2Gb Wet Thlrty slth stteet, wheie they were conveyed by Kx pressman Muss under the name of " Kingston." Mr. Womecke mlled as ho lookod upon his treasure. Ho idontllled oven thing except tho jewel box, the two watches, tho necklace, nnd tho pin. A. 31. 1.ion. dealer in antiques at.lsl Filth avenue said tho mleoner slolu the jewel case Iiom his store last iehrnnry. Mr, J, Ion entered a complaint nealnst Howe. I nwver Moss waived examination, and Jus tlco holly held the prisoner for the Orand Jury in .", Ill ball. Mr. Moss sas Hnmburcer is halt cia?y trom using opium. lUiTiMonr. July 21 Deteell.o Sergeant I.anthler arrived bore this evening from New iork and nt once returned with Nettle lvirby, who was arreted here to-day by Dotecllvo linriangeron the ehargo of t elng tbo ucces soiyof llalph Hamburger. Blio Is a pleasant boking llttlo woman, and when brought to Police Hoaduuarters betrayed no unonsliiess. bhe said she wns limocont of tho ehargo and wns ready to go to Now Uirk. Tlio ofllcers say sho Is Ine daugh ter of Capt. hirby.n well-known tugboat owner of this city, and sho hor-elf make- tho claim, but tho Captain denies that she is related to Hor stniyiB that she married Hnmburger about six soars ago In this city, nnd since I lion has been travelling around with him. While sho was aware thnt he was pot alto gether straight, she thoueht that, inasmuch ns ho wns her husband, hur pluco was with At'lho lime of tho diamond robbery sho says she was not in Now lork. but sho admits that hei husband gave her diamonds soon nfter It occurro i. Hie now hns a nrcklaeo, but none of tho lines. Mio left Hnmhuigerfu Now Yoil: last bundav and enmo to this city. Hamburger Is well known here, although ho has not boen a icsldent of this city for sevoial sVnrs. Ho manipulated In a quiet wai, but nlw ays mar ng d to cteor lenr of the law. Ho had a brother who was loss forttinnto in this lospect, and who (ominlltod sulcido to eseni o Ills troubles. Itnlph was always a libcial spender, t-omeof tho sports say that soon alter 'ho time the robbery occurred ho canto hero flush nnd th it Nettio showed diamond rings ou overy linger. A Duel Ileltvrrn u lllrd null n Ilee. Humming birds nro numorous In Central I'orlc this nimuier, nnd around a great fra grant bush laden with honoysticl.lo blossoms tlio little creatures dart about, dipping their long, slondor bonks Into trio llowor cups, and, with their varigntodpltimngo and iiuoor. quick, nervous movements, offering almost ns groat an attraction to l'nrk loungers ns tho baby camel and the youthful hlppopotamus'In tlio uienngorlo closo at hnnd. Yesterday alteruoon a scoro of porsons woro silently watching a little "hummer" as be In dustriously flitted from blossom to blossom, extracting a little sweet from each. Suddenly and thoughtlessly ho explored tbo rcoesses of a flower that was already prompted. A big bumble bee was at the bottom of the cup nnd. en rimed at the Intrusion, he Btung the bird on the bead, The "hummer" uttered a low cry of distress, fluttered a little distance away, and then went bnok nnd noela d the bee, knm king It a foot or so toward tho oarth. Hut the in seol vvas nearly ns largo as Its feathered foe, and very much more wicked nnd lomlialho. It iulckly returned to the attack, nnd stone the humming bird until tho llttlo creature flow feebly away. The bee seemed to bo unlntiircd, but he buzed angrily, and went oil without gathering any more lionet. "Tho blid has gone Into tho bushos to die," Bald amonngerlekeoper who had strollod up. "One sting of a bee will kill a 'hummer every time It knew that It was doome I when It got the II ret wound, and that was tbe reason it 1 Cow back, hoplrjg (or revenge." TRACKING THE NUllDEpt., escapb or mis sr.Axr.it or citnwTiR n'.tiwES or u a. ami, x. it. Tho BlierlfT Tinck Him to Monlrenl, Where lie In Hnppoeeil tn Ilnve Hoarded. nHleumerNow on IlnWnylo Liverpool I III Theory HcnnlrU by Iletecllvee. Hanover. K. II.. July 21. Thoto Is overy ptobnblllty that Chrtstlo Warden's murderer Is crossing tlio ocorn on the cnttlo steamor Mongolian, which snllod from Montronl on Wednesday morning, on route for Mvor uool, nnd unlosR somethtrgdollnlte concern ing bis whoteiiboutsolsowhoio Is lcarnod tho ci.ump or Tr.FFs at Tim riroT wherr miss WR1)FN WIS miht. pollco will censn looMnc for him until thor hear from tbe Llvorpool pollco rolativo to tho suspect who bonrdod tho steamer nt tho last ininuto. I'oput y Shot IIT Coining returned from Montreal this evonltig nnd eav the following sketch of bis bunt of the murderer: "Tho man wo ttnckod Isundoubtedtv tho criminal, nsbo auswois well the dosciintlon of Almy. Our chain of ovldeneo seemed to bo porfoct. nnd I am confident thnt tbo man who, when lnt seen by any pollco oftleor was walk ing up nnd down the dock In Montieal, directly toward tho Allan Hi o steamer Mongolian, bound for I.lvorpool, wus 1'rnnk C. Almy. j2rvx .-'oil' witrr.F. aimv srirpn nts virrixr. From Wost Durko. Vt.. ho mndo his way to West Charleston. On that portion of nls jour ney, coverlne twenty tulles, he was enrried by a Mr. Oilrann. Whllo beine carried botweon those two placos he went to sleep twice. He appearod very weary and footsore. He told Mr. Oilman that his brother had got into trouble at Olcutt Falls near Hanover, that ho scaped into Canada, and that he wus burning Into the Dominion In order tn be of assistance to Ids brothor From West ( harleton ho walked to Derby Line, v t., about live milos. wiifri: tiik pony wvs rorsp. At tho latter plnco he callod at a house occu pied bv n 1 reneli woman and procured supper, which ho paid lor. This woman hns described bis npiiOHrniice. whl h tallies almost exactly with thnt of Almy. even to iho scar on inn wrist. 1 rom Derby line he travilled by rail on n second-class ticket to Mierbrooke. At the last named placu be attempted to sell bis watch, but was not successful. Ho had inonev, with which ho purchased another sec-omi-ilass pns-ago to illclimoud Junction. At that placebo succeeded in disposing or his watch, aud procured a ticket to .Montreal, which cltv he 1,-iuhcd on Monday noon. "Wo could get no tr.no of him from that tlmo until Tun-day evening. 'Jhen the poit ofltceriitMontro.il saw him go on board the B'eamer I'erstan. Ho wnsdlscovored asleep In the gingwny by thoofllcoi ot thovessol, and as it wns not to sail tnr i-overnl dnvs the ofllcer routed this innn out. The momont thomnn opened his eios and exclaimed: Moil nln't going to ariost me, are you ' The man lefl the vossel nnd walked towatd the nleamer Mnneolian. which was near by, and which was bolng loaded .villi enttlo At that point till trace o' the man was lost. I have not the slightest doubt that ho went dlrei tly on board tho Mongolian, and Is now on his way tn Liverpool. I muile everv elTorr in have the stean er stopped at Utiobco. and afterward nt Hlmoskl. but In both insinticos WnsUUHIICc CSBflll." Dotecllvo Hnnsoom of Tlnkorton's lloston agency hns been er.eagod by hhorlinsinghani to inve-tlgaio tho case. Ho takes no stoik in iho Montioil clue. Ho argues that such n shiewd. sharp, nnd quick-witted man ns Almy would imt appmr in public at Wost llurkn. making no effort to conceal his identity, per would ho bo so unconcerned ns to drop nslo-p whenever h" bnd tho opportunity, 'iho idon that Almy would oion talk about ol ttut Falls, a loealiu only tin to miles Irom tho si cuo of the triigcdy, would bo preposterous. Almy. he tlilnkr. had with him the snmo watch which ho ouned at Hanover nnd which lie bnd shown to numorous pooplo nnd left foi repairs iwlco with Jeweller Frost. Nosnno man would so freely expose n watch under Mich circumstance" Detectivo Hnntcom believes that Almy Is sflll lurking In this vicittltv. DJlre. Addlo Frenm of Kunsbury. Corn., hns written to the l'ostmnstor of this town thnt sho tins heaid of tbo Warden traced y. and that nfter inadlng tho description of Almy she has reason to believe that ho is hor husband who lelt hor a long time neo. 8ho asks that full particulars of Alray's personal uppoarauco may bu sent to bor. A New Comic Operas I.,ondov, July 23. "Miss Declnia." anop eratlo comedy adapted by Ilurnnnd from tho Fronch, wns produced at thoCritorlon Thentro this evening, and achtevod a notnblo success. "Miss Declnin," Iho daughter of an American Method st tnliil-ter. Is n quaint c inrncter in whom me inliigled the coiiuotto and tho I'm! tan. 'Iho pnrt was mlmli ably played by Mile, Nesvlllo. Tho piece prvinlsos to huvo u long run, A ,liirt (ho Hipper In Mnrnelllei, I'M'ts, July 23. Two murdors, similar In rharnetcr to thoso nscribol to "Jack tbo Hipper," have boen committed within n week. A mnii giving nn Italian name twice took rooms accompanied by n woman, nnd in each case the woman was nfterward found mur dered, having been strangled and then routll atod. A letter sent to the police stated that these crimes were the beginning of a series. A IlonJ Load or C'onl Under Hie Alaeka'e Hlern. The rnnnlbont Mary Washington, with 201 tons of conl aboard, sank yestoiday nt the head of the (lulon line pier nnd nt tho stern of tlm Alaska, Capt. Williams of the Aln-ka is afraid that she cannot bo gniutot the way in time for him to sail on tiaturdny morning. "Ind I uio'erptiml wmi rlirht only '.or a lntile for W o fl k Aunt MUi knirf iv Irienu u ho, i n hrr sr lohurele llrnt I lr I nil altrlillQli lu ,t ft.iol kite I'lild J o lor ii and fcuuld te ner vhy i 'c then lu witlioul It, lienre my under at your low prlre ' '1 quite aeree wiili your frier,,! raedani. Acme Burkina tt very cheHp rontlderlnv It. uierit. 1 rec menu U to all tar cutu men. tn the yre.nhy. en at. . ttrnl pltiiure and neicMliyi to tan ro:r, M a touist I Bleiiuie end eeuDomr.' Aiv. I HOT CIIASIS Al'TlSlt HUItaT.ATtS. They irerfi Fonnd Crncktnc rt Unlet Mafe Conlnlnlne 81,000 nnd tletvelry. IlocKAWAV Br.Acit, July 23. Tho guests In tho AJbomarlo Hotel, of which l'orry llyrnos Is propriolor.wore startlod from their sloep nt nn early hour this morning by a loud explosion which caino from the oftlco ot the hotel. Mr. llyrnos quickly sprang out of bed nnd. slipping on his trousers, hurried down to tho office, Ho found his night clerk, Thomas l.ncy, strug gling with throe men. As soon ns they saw Mr, llyrnos they jumpod through nn open win dow nnd ran down tho Ilottlovard, closolv foi lowod by Byrnes, Clerk Lncy, nnd snothor man omployod in tbe hotel. Whon tbo burglars got Into the woods tho pursuers wcro reinforced by Capt. Knvn nngh and tiorgennt Clancy, who had boon at tracted by tho pistol shot. Capt, Knvnnngh stationed his men nnd then with Borgennt Clancy and tho citizens scourod through tho woods until nonrly G o'clock this morning, when tlioy enpturod threo mon who wero watting to tnko tho llrst train from Ilcmmel'a Btatlou for the oity. The prlsonors, on being takon to 1'ollco Iloadrjunrtors, cavo their names ns William Kohoc Frank Mooro, nnd l'oter Wilson. The lattor said he resldod nt 78") Second avenue. Now YJork, while Kehoo and Mooro snld tlioy lived Jn Tenth avonuo, Now York. Tho prls oneranvero arralgnod in tho pollco court and worovonimltted for a hearing on next Satur day. They had in their ios-oslon rorolvors and a. kit of burglar's tools, including si. bits and n jimmy. Tho burglars had blown away the combina tion ot the safe, and thoy would undoubtedly bavo mndo n good haul had thev not boen In terrupted in their work. Thoro wcro about 1 1.000 In cnli in tho safo. ns well as consider able jowolry belonging to tho guests of tho botch ATUT.VTIC SPOUTS l'OH MII.lTIAStr.X. Official Arrangement Annonnced-An At ti cU Upon thr IllKliOi In C'ump. Statk'Camp. rKi:RSKii.i.Tuly23. Tho Flchth Itoglmont camp was attacked by tho enemy to-dny. In ono respect it btiggostoJ the battle of Wntorloo. Mnny of the troops in camp woro at aball nganio of ball -between the colored waiters of tho mess hall and n nitio ot the Kighth. t'ol. Scott was wnlting for somo ono to Invito him into his own tout, Col. Fox of tho Bevonty-tourth was lecturing his nlllcors on tactics, nnd live of his men woro maWng short laps up nnd down In front or his torn in lull uniform with rides, paving a little debt of duty thnt Col. Fox thought they otacd. 'J ho shots raiwt out from tho McCoy farm, long, lattling lulls of them. Nonody wai nimed in camp esc opt the guard, and they had ' no ammunition. They turned out valiantly. ! Iiowovor. ui.d wanched. while the powder pulls from tho woods up in the valley told the I wheieal'otits of iho contending linos aud I showod their movomontx. It was all it pretty show, arranged to give I somo of the in or and ofllcors n chance to shew I what they had Learned in tho mornings bat- ' talloti skirmish drill. That drill was the llrst ot lis kind tho 1 ient!i evi r had, at len-t during ' the thirt-fout voars Col. Scott has been In ii, I 1 ho attacking party wns mndo up of sixty , volunteers from companies l nnd 11 (.apt. Knight Kneptol commanded it, nnd Cant. I 1'hlllpS. Tlldeuwivs ins junior ofllcer. I apt. George Chase nnd fortv-eieht men ol 1 . were tho guardians of the camp and tho ' Colonol s supplies. Tho Instructions of iho I two torcos wore not to get within lot) yardB of each other, but for fear they might, each had an ambulance corps of four men with them. Dr. HlerholT bad charge of ono and Dr. HaUtond.a privato who IsLleutennnt eloct in Company 1. li id tile other. Col. 1'his lerer and Minor Chuuncoy wero detailed to watch tho battle. It opened when, tho attacking party dls. covered Col. l'hlstnrervvati hlng thorn. They drovo him in. niwl. mistaking a crowd of watchers onthoujipor drill Held bluff for the main body, iriod to hank them. Thoy ran across the guard unexpii.'ti dly while oxocutlng tho Hank movement, llred off all their cartridges, and marchod In witri thu guard just as it they were all tiioniK One man noedod tbo doctor'scaro. Sergeant Cornell ol 11 s'lpped on a rock and barked his shoulder. Ho is n vVost l'olnter. nnd Capt. 'ibuiston called spocial attention to him and to horgeant tiormou ol 1) to-day nt guard mount. ' 1 commend them." he said. ' Tbey are samples ot what first rtoreeants should bo" Oen. Georeo W. ingate and Capt. Chnrles II. I.uscoml) of the Thirteenth wore visitors bore to-day. and tho rnsult of their visit Is In torestlngtoall members of the National Guard. Last March, at tho meeting of the National tiuard Association nt Alb.tiiv. it was proposed to make athletic sports ,i feature of civil sol diering. Alieady thoro woro athletic associations In many orennirntons In order that these and their sports might bo olUcially recognised, a commitleo was api olntod. witb the consent of tho Governor, to arruneo matters. Lvery nntiuii.il guanlnjnnti likes to wear as many decorations as tho law will permit. The committee consists of Oou. Yvlngnto. Capt. Luscomb. Col. 0. C. Fox of tho seventy leiirih. Maior I- 0. I!osslo ot the Fourth Brigade atulT. Sinior Henry Chnuncey of the Light li. nnd Cnnt. N. B. Thurston nf the Twenty-second. All of them weio horo to dav eicei't M.ijOr lloosslo. Their labor hns ro'ultud In an ngroemoiit which Oen. l'oiter has approvod. nnd an ordor will be Issued as soon as posMh o making it otilclal. It was.it llrst thought to ho the right thing to arrange for n championship ot tho Mate, but this Idea has for the urcsont been aban doned, instead, thoie will be competitions for I rleado championships, 'iho first of these will take place in heptomboi. 'Jho men of the l ir-t Brigade will moot in Van Courllnndt l'nrk. the Second will meet at Creedmoor. the 1 niirth nt Bay View I'atk, Buf falo, nnd the Third, made up chiefly of scnt tcied sepniato companies, will have two or thice competing placos which bavo not boon selected. All the arrangements must bo uniform and npprovod by the Adiutant-Genernl. Tho conuotltions will Include seveu events, as follows: Ono-hundred-vard dash, 440-vard run. running high jump, running broad juinn one-milo run, puiting sixteen-pound shot, unci a hnlf-mllo run. In light marching order, carrying rlllo. uiiultimtnts. bavonet in sheath. havcrsucK. innteeii. and overcoat rolled nnd slung over tho shoulder. Any national gtinrdsman may enter. If ho roaches the standard in lour out of the seven etents lie gel sn badge ns itiiualllled athlete. Liery year nfter that if ho does ns well ho gotsab.it. it ho i caches tho standard In all sevou sports ho may, at a special meet ing, which Is to be held In each plnco, compoto foi the brlgndo championship. Ho won t havo to do too much olthor to got n .liuob's laddnr. Tbe standards aro For the luo-vaiil run, 1" seconds: 440-jard run, 72 seconds: running broad lump. ):l feet: run ning bleb j ii hid. 4 foet .1 lnrhos: ono-miloeo-as-yoii please. H mlnutos; putting lci-pound sh t. 21 font; half-mile run in marching ordor. 4 mluutos, XK MSAPI'KAIlAXtE Of F. W. QUICK. Oilmen Iletretlira Think (he Tonne Eng. llHhmiili la In FiiNt i'ompiiny. CtitcAr.o. July 21. Dotoctlvos nro still unablo to And tho wheronbouts of F. W. Quick, tho wonlthy youne l'iielllimnn who mysteriously disappeared Irom tho (hand l'acillo Hotel last Saturday. Ills luggngo,ls in utoragu nt tho hotel and ho has not tot appeu rod nt the l'iist Nutionnl Bunk to clnim tho money which was sent to him by cable from London on Wednes day. IfiTolograms from Ban Tranclsco say that Quick arrived in that city from Australia on July 'J. Wliiloattho Cape of Good Hope tho young Luellshiuau sulTored Irom a sovero bemorihneo soon after taking a bath, r.ul slnco then, his friends, claim, he hns not fullv reiovered. liming his voingo to Amor iui Quick told tho ofllcers of the sleniushlp that be was going to Canada to do somo Wink for thu Canadian l'aclllc load. Ho la a iltil onelueot b prorossion, aud unmarried. It Is also said that Quick ill auk heavily dur ing tbo voi ago, and this fact strengthens tho belief nf tbo detoctlves of Chicago thut lint 1 nelishmati Is in convivial cnmpaii), and that be will appear as soon ns no regains his scntes. Dr. M. Lasoron, an 1 ngllsh physician who is making a lour of the world, was a companion of Quick In eiosMug tho Paclllo. lie remains nt tue Grand l'aclllc in hope that bis friend may soon return. An Acta Conple Hennlted la the Poorbouer, HorKiNTON, Mais , July 23, An aged couple woieunltod at the Hopklnton poor (arm yes terday after a separation ot flfty-slx years. They weie Goorge nnd Louisa Irving, who were mat riod some sixty yonrs ago. After a few j cars of married llle, bolng unable to agree, thev di elite 1 to live apart, They had not slnie met. although living but a few miles apart. Both husband and wife had untried again, but death had dissolved the nonds Mr. Irving is an ininato of the lloikuHon pnorhouse, and his wifo having become a town ehargo in Fntield, was brought here, it having boen as certained that she had a legal residence lu Hopklnton. tho meeting ot iho aged couple wiistordial, but not demonstrative. The old lady In coming bete t'.ok hei ilrel ride ou a railroad. '-'- - ....... men oxer, xotr nxixa is rExunx. The Htorj of (lie (icnernn needs of HenJ tnln Nose of New ttnven, Thore Is In tho Now Havon hospital a man, almost friendless and pennlloss, who Is dying of n complication ir dlensos. Thirty years ago ho wns tho foremost innn In tho business affairs of that city. Ills nnmn Is lleniamlti Noyos, He wns I're-idont of tho American Na tional I.lfo and Trust Compinv. In this en t nclty his methods wero open tn criticism nnd consttic, but his good deeds should not be for gotten. IIo built tho Insurance building at n cost of D225.000. it Is a massive structure of six Btorios. with granito and marble front ot very Imposing nvpoariinro. nnd is noted lor Its soliditv nndnrehltn tttral beauty The rlehot corporation In Now Haven, a cor poration with n world-wide reputation, Is tho Winchester lteivnting Anns Company. Thirty jours ngo this company wns stranded. Tho Into Gov. Wlnehoslci. lis l'rosident. wns be sieged with obligations of all kinds that ho r otild not moot. Ho had no crodlt at tiny bank, nnd could not borrow any money ot Individu als. It w as finally doeided to mnko an nslgn ment ntnl to olToot a now oreniibntlon. l'npcrs were drawn up to that i ml. nnd n tlmo ap pointed to havo thoni slgnod nnd oxocutod. At this juncluiu tho l'losldont thought of Bonjn mill Noyos, nnd as n lust resort he thoueht bo would nk him for assistance. Meoting him he said: " Mr. Noyos. unless I enn got llnnnclal nld I am n ruined man," " How much mono) do sou roaulro?" asked Mr. Noyos. " I must It-no $10 OOd," snld tho Frosldent Quick as a lash ho response cnmo:"I will lot sou have tbe monoy if ou can get good en dorsers.' There vvas Iho rub. But persistent and In telligent Industry in th s direction llnally ro suite I in sotting a number of responsible gen tlemenwhiaajajliirsad for the amount. The bum iJL counloil out In currency, and ujkileio of brown papor and tied Htcommon homp twine and&sUaiot the OnHkcnlnted for tbe ass Bt.d hlsBBaaJillito 1 1 1 s FrllrinQHkjk. eaiBmeiit iniuJrrTlB lrtBaluros tho mutter JufPniVwIth a faint smtio enrtrcnaHrTu, oponod his desk, took outHprTerpnckage, and slow ly nntyliJCTIBpprTeiitlenien, since 1 saw you Inst 1 have (.flanged mr mind. 1 have now decided to lift the ludcbteduu-s of this cor poration myselt and to assume its cntiro con trol." Ab tho HO.uOO loomed up In their naked ebullience, appearing almost like a miracle, tho astonishment of the stockholder was most imnrosMve. but thoy woro sntl-dlol that It was real live money nnd that the Uovornor was himself again. Fiom that moment tho fortune ol ('. F. Winchester was made. Ills star lj, gan to ascend slowly nt first, but It rose rapidly allorw-ard. and tn-day money Hows into the toUeis of this corporation like n pooling rain Into a reservoir. When the war btokeout In 1RG1 Gov. Buck ingham lsiued a proclamation that Connecti cut should furnish her uuota of Bid Mors for sorvlce. No one Boomed to know what to do. There was no money in the btato '1 roasurv for war purposes, and it action were defeue l until tho l.eglslatute could bo convened, the onemy would ho in Washington nnd devastate tho cnuntiy. 'Iho bunk Fro dents of Hartford and Now Haven hud a meeting, and thoy de- hied Hint thev had no authority to advance inonev. Bui it was Indlspens itde that money should bo had at once. Who was the man fur tbe o 'casiou I Beiijumiii Noyi ssat in bis oillce ntnl re dlred that It was necessary lor somo decisive action to bu taken Immediately. Keiuhing up to his telegraph blanks ha took down ono and wrote " lo iiov. Hucktnghnm. Draw on mo at slghffor fafiuou. B. Nitres" Just aftorwaid an oillcer of the company, who was also a bank I'rcsident. came In nnd said that he could not i-co what could be done, as tbo bank I'resldents had decided thut they had I no authority to act. Just then he saw the de stmtcb about to be flashed over tbe wire. He bald: ' How's this.' This company has not nuthorbod this action." Notes replied: ' This Isuti emoreetiev ; wo i an't wait lor formnllt). 'Jhe I'nlon mu-t bj save I. If tbo republic Is ruined we nro nil mired." Directly another bank President clroppi d in. He realised that money must he had to raise and onuip tho soldleis hut could not see what course should bo pursued. He said: " What can wo do about It i" Noyos. Insplrod with rntrioilsm said: "DoV Why. do what I have done." "What IB that ? ' "1 have sent a despatch to Gov. Buck ingham to draw on me nt bfeht for t.VMiOd." This tetso languneu hit the mark. This President went down to the teloeranh ofllce. nnd us he was writing a despatch similar to that sont by Notes nnotber President hurried ly camo In and Bald: " Whal ure ion doing.' ' " I nin Pennine n despatch to tho Uovornor to draw on us for llfty thousand." " '1 hat's grand. Give me n blank:" and be. having more money in his hank, hurriedly wrote: " Draw on us for sevoutv-flvo thou sand" This settled the money question fur the time being for Now Havi n. Mr. Novos went to New ork and bought cloth to bo made into suits tor the soldiers. The uniforms were partly made in New lork nnd pnrtly In Now II iven. Arms nnd nriou tremeuts weio bought during the week lor l.iinti men. The suits were nil llnlshed tor the soldiers by Saturday night, and on Sunday evening the thousand men. fully aimed und equipped, marchod into 'trinity church to at tend servii e. The noxt morning they started for Wnshlneton. So .Mr. Noyes virtually raised, armed, and equipped tho llrst regiment to go to war from Counectu ut. A good many veais ago. when Sir. Noyos edited a paper in tbe Adelplii building, ho hud a teceptlon room sttractiveli lined up. In this room oven evening a number ot the most prominent men nf the city would meet to ex i hnnge views on mutters of public importance ntnl loi the purposoot social Intercourse, cine evenine it was leninod that on i of their nnra bor was financially einbariassed. One member would eoum in and say to Mr. Noves, " 1 un dersinml thiitJohn Smith Is emburinsscd for some twelve oi lllteen tliousund dollars I feel sorry for hi in " " lion sorry do you feel I" snld Noyes, ' iwo thousand dollar- worth" "les." Bonn another poison would drop In nnd snv, ' I utidoistand that John Smith is ornmpod for somo tloOio. I am sorrj foi him." " How sorrt do you feel l" asked Noyes. "threo thousand dollars wor h " " )es." Holt wenton until some half a doen gentlemen had expressed a disposition to help their friend. Thon Noves had a note dtnwu up for the necessarv amount and endorsed by the-e gi n tlemon, then took from ills sale the same amount of i urrenoyniul gave It to John Kinlth. The noto was put Into tip- sale und nt maturity was paid. Thus Notes was tho means of ma terially helping without tlm knowiedgoof the Etibllo a friend who otborwiso would probably ave failed. Numorous other Instances could bo recalled wbero Bomnmin Nnios apionrs as the ono to help a friend. His heart is warm, his Impulses are good. He has done more than any other man In his time for the undo and prosperity or Now Haven. His nmliitlou has been to benellt Ills follow men, nnd now he is pennlloss and almost friondle-h m a hospital. irATS TO 3IOVK HACK to xew xohk. Ono Holt of Connerltrtit Lightning HI a. conrngeil n Piitmuii Conuty Kntlurunt. Nf.vv Faiiiuki.i). Conn,. July 22. When Georgo Adams of Ball-. Poud In this town movod over heio fiom New Yotk Stuto last fall ho was much pleased with his prospocls and tho way peoplo troutod him. Last Sunday ho was vl-lted by n bolt of old-fashioned Connec ticut blue lightning, and now ho wants to sell his faun and move light hack to I'll' nam coun tv. 'Jholkhtnlne stiuck the extreme top of n big Lnlsnm tiee which stands close to the bouse. It shnttered the tiiiuk halt way down, then loll tho treo lor the House. Wlimo It en lured Mr. Adams doesn't know, but ho snis he i koeps lltidlue new- hnlo- in tlio Biding every I dur whore It nlihei went lu or out, ii went all I over Iho house, vbltlng otery loom.iusi octlng the il 'set-, peeking into bedrooms, longing . nflni tlio cuHiiurynrinueemi ptslntl ekiti hen. I nmlovin going down cellar tt exainlno tho i idor barrel and pork bauo. Things weio thmwii around pioiuisciioiisly, A tin b ddlei belonging to the babv was found in the clock, wliere It was throw n through the clastDor,nnd n metal pletttie linmo taken from tbo mantel wits deposited ill a pan nf bitl.od buuiis on tbo table. When tlio bob got niiough tun Inside it went out and ran almost around tho bouse, burning a i loan path through the turf until It ploueln d a hole In tho ground and wont down ward. It was tho ijiiooiuhi in ak llehliiitigovor Phivodlnthls town of solid nomocracy, and Mr. Adams thinks be had better move. Mlrnclee ut the Hhrlne of Ilonne Ml, Anne, QuKhtc, July 23. Alleged miracles of boat ing aro of dally occurrence at tbe shrine of Bonne St. Anne, tbe Vligln Mary's mother, ponr this city. Miss Anna Dean of Detroit, who came here b ind, had bor sight restored tr-da). .Miss Mary Doran nf tho same place, who wnsurrlpp'e envs that she wus perfei tly iircd tiiore vesterdai, Thoueiinds of pilgrims fiom nil pirls oft anndit ami the "nilod States uro crowding hoio forbt. nnos dai. Sunday UOit. I'ror. Kin It JCcNlcusitll I'nlillc Untirs. Brut l, July 21. Piof, Koeli lias inslgnel all tho pul lie olllces hold by him. This step is associated with supposed disappointment over tho unKuHslnctori results of his discovery of ' tuberculin." The Academic Hena'e will be stow nn honorary oflloe upon him, icrmittluu lilui to lecture whenever he choose. - FLANDRAIT & CO. me, u7. ava iiruuue ht.. AND BltOADWAT, SIHT ST.. AND ITU AT. Spring antl Summer Carriage or TUB BUST CI.Aiej. fnnVlo'.er;. R.K"?Ksa., i Su.Tr.t"'.'"- KhIhT"- I Mnll I'hnftou, r.x. Ton t'akrlalata? latnibnilellea, Itoe.n.fina, "r"",,, nmtilhllaes, Kna Wtion, I niipe norkanari, l.adlrs' I'haeteaa. Hplder ritaetona. lltiekhnnrda: ,B Vla.M.TIa, Ulna, Cnrta. I.nnduiia, Kunnhoula, i.nV '.' ?f rrbT Pha'etoaa. lorlor IVaanei, rlnrrrva, Ilorlot".' llrniiKlinnia, Children' Trans. Fancy nnekbonrda, Hiixon l-hnstoae? SECOIVD-HAIVD Wajreaa, rii.eiont. Hurklieardi Rnckawate, Srrrara Fancy Traa V ctorlei. i.anilanleliei. YiateaeuiS P.rta. Dot a Iln V lilac Cant. Stanlope rllrt. stiVkota rtaetena Pepol Waon Uoelere rhaeieaa. rt Si Uaerloleta. Ranabonta Laaepr rieterla rhaetaiia ' , IH'SINr.xstVAOONs.-inoNl-w.tosprnxn." IIAVPIIH.IVHIIV WAIIIINS. AI.I, Mil's, rritr WAIIIIANTI.il IIUV OF VIAMIFAITlltrn. sir! HOXI.V. WAIIO.Ns TAkl N IN KXlMlANnV ATB III'IISON IVAOII.V CO., M3 lllpsovi ST 8 SPRINKLING TRUCKS? w'ks'r'KtTkT.1. ;:'.'T,n"o,fnV.,o,n,:.',.U4 """ J ATRt'rK HORSE for aal cheip. Call lurp, at Hi Mai Pn lane 11IO FISH IX T.AKE KEVKA. lVllnt Home of the Anslrra Are Dolnc Thla Yntr The Ileeord Itenten, nAMMospsponT. July 23. While thus farthU season salmon trout havo not been killed In such largo numbers in Lake Keuka m during tho name time last season, It has been mnny n ycarslnco so mnny phonomennlly large onosbnvo fallen to the lot of the oxpert angler. A 10-pound salmon trout Is a very lame one to kill In I.nko Keuka. but Dr. l'hllllps ot l'onn Van. ono of tho best of the local trout flshormen. oponed his soason this year by land ing a fourteen-pounder. Thnt wns a bigger one than any killed In tho lake In years, and Major (ieorgo Gibson of Gibson's l.nndlng kaptotho taking of this 14-potinder, held naBnAfor the biggest salmon trout takerPJpipWs, rigged up his tackle and went owtTvv hen became home he had a 17 pounder In his boat, which he had killed after a long and exciting struggle between Gibson's and Keuka landings. When Major Gibson had astounded the natives ns well as the visiting onglors with his great catch, he hung up his tackle. " i won't have to use It again this year." ha said, " Nobody will knock out my 17-pounder." But tho Intest report from that part ot the lake Is that the Major will have to take hi tackle down again If he wants to maintain hla lecord. Dr. l'hllllps was fishing again the other day, and suddenly his troll struck some thing. The strike was so solid that the Doctor nt llrst thought he hud hooked on to n snag, but the next socond be knew different, for he wai suddenly made aw ire of the faot that he waa fast to a little the biggest salmon trout he had over tried to handle. Ho handled the fellow ho well that he had his guff in him in less than twenlv minutes The salmon troui weighed a tnlle over nineteen pounds when its eaptor got home with It. A great many 10-pound trout have been killed in the lake this season. Tbe best aver age catch teported yells that of a New York visitor ut Keuka, who caughtioven trout one afternoon that weigbod forty-nine pounds. The biggest small-mouth black buss ot th season was rocently landed br the Corning i anker. F. N Drake, who has a cottage and a tlS.uut) steam vnihten tbo lake in th west bianch. The bass was caught in front of th Drake cottage, on a !l,H-ounce rod. It Weighed Vi pounds The smallest pickerel that ever struck at hook on Lake Keuka was cuught tbe other day hy C. W. Drake of New York, Bee retary anl 'treasurer of the Denver and ltlo Grande Bail load Company. He has a line cottage on th lake, and he is a member of the Ham mondspnrt Club. A tew days ago he and Frank Grlswold started out from the club house to get some llsb. Mr. Drake's fin and sensitive tackle announced with a , thrill that he had a bite He landed his llsb. and It was a plcker.-l which, by actual measurement, whs less than three Inohes in length. This precocious member ot thoesox famllv was promptly put on the hookas halt, and in los than live minutes a four-pound Pickerel, which might or might not have been the bait pickerel's fat hor. gobbled th little fellow, and was lauded. ixsects iwiTitortxa tixreb. The Black Hprttre Forest or West VI r. alula Infested by the rJcolytldav. Mohoantowx, W. Tn.. July 23. Th West Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station at this place has just issued a bulletin report on the blnck spruce forests of the State, which cover fcOOs'iuaro miles of territory. It donls especlnll) with the terrible destruc tion inflicted by insects, by which many thou sands of at res of what was once valuable and hnndsome timber, particularly along the sides ot Cheat Mountains, Is now a drv, disary and withered waste. The insects have been found to bo tho destructive Hcolytidm bark I and Umber beetles, which are known to I have c mniitttd such extensive ravages I in the 1 ranch, German, nnd Canadian forests. I Their woik has been gningon for three tear I last. On cutting into tho trees n direful oi- I nminatlon shows them by the hundred. They I have mined thiough the hulk and Into th I wood, thus i peeking the How of sup. and ultl- I mutely killing the trees. But of late entomollgists who are studying this question have heen surprised n flnu thut tho trees seem to be recovoitug This lei to a search for the cause. It wits found that myriads of smnll gnats wero hoveling over und about the treos. They wore also found In tbo boles In the bnrk made by the insoctn. It was hi en thnt tbey were piaying on the borers. It is thought that this provision ot nature will delay, it not en tirely stop the killing oi the spruces. These gnats, or onrushes ot the scolytfdrr. were captured In great numbers, and efforts are being mnde tn propagate them, l'inf. A. J i. Hopkins, the entomol gist, savs there Is no doubt that theycau be siiiccsfiillv propagated and Introduced into the Infected districts 'I h value nt the trees alieady killed Is estimated at tho very lowest as l, juo.uuo abetters to a Country Editor Sample. Fromt'te Walton Ifprirtri. To give iho public somo ldoa of the com munications that find their way to thecotintir oditoi's tablo wo ptibl sb this letter entire: Ilnwi July 13th ISM. Mr. r.niTon: Ilcspectfully yours and to the T'lbllshing matter would say tint there Has bin a little Mistake about A. ('. Holmes Moving fiom II. M. Seaman's mountain view House to N. 1'. Brnnt's tenement House. It IsMmplyto buy that A. 1. Holmes as Mio call Herself that moved to the Brain Ilmiso, -lims .Set n Holmes by Law as It is said Sho Had two Husbands living at the time Mio matriod Mr. Holmes and iiecorden to Law Mr. Ilolnio- is a- frou as though Ho Hud Never Married Iter. Sh vvutpedto live alone and Spend that Legacy which Had fallen to Iler and Mr. Holmes v as l'erleotly willing Mio hlionld a She wns but little Help tn Him. He Hud to do nil tle House work ever Seme lie lived wilh Her. nnd .Such n woman is not very I'rottable Mr. Holmes intends m Mar . o i the l'lncu whero He now is untlll fall then Ho Dont know llnrdley what IIo will llealydo. W He was thinking of doing to Michigan win re I) Ills brothers live, but He may not there iimr fl 1 Something ilnppen to I'nnent Him from going, a Hweot Heart mile ronm across ins l'athwiiy lol'ievent Htm fr in going or some thing LMo lillto turn UP to Homier the d'U sloiier from going it N -aid that Hy Draws a IWI.iiiof V.! on Bur Month ami'''" ".'J Ilundiod Hollers Lino I up for l.alny days, well little Mimej is n i.oo I thing In this wld , wor d, In the Noxt woild o No d iioMT tho Lord is lilch A wll Moil; us if wo onhir but nsl. Him. ink A thou shall llece e. SJ.I'ow"'." 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