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'-. THESUN, THURSDAY, A'UGUST 27, I8i)l. ' 3L '
I AuTFUL SECRETARY FOSTER. I & ovrvriTS tbe jrmr conic rMMrnits H esjreaaat to Bhlo Money to TFeatent Banks H ejd Cut )nrt IIel Alois tha Move- V mMC Ootta-Whrn tho Kate tern Issiaka y4 V the Montr He JDeraandeel Cot saddest It. and Heat areenheveka to ths tWeet-Mor Them SIC.OOO.OOO Oath. ereSMa to nclp Taka Care or the Font-, and-a-half A'er Cent, on Sept. 1, Peoretarr fc8ter, tt was made apparent la f !l ttraet yesterday, is developing rapidly at a, aianulea. Certainly o number of bant Presi dent! were wllllae to ooncede this when they learned ot the Bearetarr'e efforts In the lnit two months to Increase ths supply of cola la tt Bub-Tresturr la Wall fittest, nnd in tho Taavdrr vaults at Wasbiiirioa, On June SO the" supply of cold nt ths Bocre rr's command was tU7.G07.72X It Is now tlitUOI.BtT. showloa a cats ot mora than 112, COOvOOO In the two months. The Secretary has been quietly Heparins for Kept. 1. when the 4W per eent bonds art to ho redeemed or extended. The bnnks In New York lire lost tee sold and tho; hare juBt awal ttttd to the fact that the Secretary haq shrewdly and auietly reduced their cold re fcrves by ntore than 1 12.000.000. Tie had rtmrnyedoijted shrewd measures whloh com pelled tl back-i to clvo op their cold. Tha torr earn out yesterday, and soma ot tho hank residents were not pleased: hut it Was learned that tha Secretary, having cot mots than 111000,000 In cold from them. Is cow ap parently satisfied and has adopted milder jntthodp. The eipress companies cliarso seventy-llvo tjnts a thousand dollars for shlpplnc ourrenoy from the East to tha Wast The Woatern bank ers, as Is well known, bare been lutoreoted for a, month or more la mailing arrancements for fblpments-of money from the East to tnovo tho (re&toroDAoicralA. Secretary l'os tor. know 1M the situation, notified these Western bank ers throot a Aeelttaat Treasurer lloberts that tOe baited States Treasury Department would hirie only fifteen cents a thousand dollars on these thlpraents. The Western bankers "Wero tlttled at this, and cladly accepted "tha ttnerous offer of the Searetarr. Then thoy taitructed their Eastern correspondents to ship their money through the Bab-Treasury at New York. The Eastern bankers complied with tho Instructions, but when they olTorod Mr. Roberts legal tender for Bhlpment that fmlllisolficlal announced that the Bocretary Insisted that the Eastern bankers In thU mercency must deposit either cold certificate- ejrtheeoln. Mr. noberts believed It to bo tho practice In such cares. At any rate tho Secre tary. It was declared, directed that It must bo the practice on these shipments. There was doreoouree f orthe Eastern bankers but to com ply. They did not feel that thoy oould throw tones In the pathway of their Western cus tomers at such a momentous period. Bo they honored the drafts of their Western clients and deposited tha cold cola and certificates In tha Bub-Traasury to meet the drafts. The West ern bankers didn't care whether they received sold or leeal tendor. All tbey wanted was money. Mr. Roberts, it was learned, after tho Eastern banks haidoposltod tho cold with him. acting on the directions of tho Pecrotary at S'ashtnatdn.'ellher retained tho cold la tho Sub Treasury or focwardod It to Washlnston.'and in lieu ot tt shipped local tender to tho Western banks and bankers. In this way mora than 412,000.000 in cold has boon corralled by tho Beers tary, and tho amount will so far toward helping him o.ut with the 4tX por cent, re demption and extension schema, Bat tha New York bankers early In the week sot their eyes own. nod they observed that their cold reserves wore declining, wbllo the sold reserve J erf Secretary Fosterwero gaining. They Bat about ascertaining just how ttila came about, and lnrostication brought out the shrewd "plan of the Treasury Department to keep tha sold nnd dolo out tho Green backs to the) Westorn baukers. Ths Now Yorkers were angry and several con ferences wars held to determine ni to Kha best moans of retaliating on tb Secretary, The Secretary heard of the temper ot the New Yorkers, and called n halt. Be had hod eoroe fun out of the business, but be didn't appear anxious to offend tho New Yorkers farther. Many ot the New Yorkers called at tha Snb-Treasuryyesterday, and this time Mr. Boberts was just as smiling as ever. The New Yorkers protested ozolnst tho ilan e)i ketplog their cold nnd Blilpnlnc legal tender In Its plaoe. Tboy had some vicoroua (things to say to Mr. lloberts. and that gentlo koan then aanounced tnut ho bad just received Word from Washington that If the New York bankers thought the practice of retaining nil the koM too severe he (Mr. Boberts) mictrt modify ft Bomewhat. Ho announced to the bankers thut lioroaltor of tho sold deposited'' with him by them for Western clients one-half would be shipped "West and th other hulf ot the shipment would ' constat ot greenbacks. This seemed to satisfy the Mew Yorkers for tho moment and tiuellod their desire for retaliatory measures against the Seoretary. Mr. Boberts denied that ho had received any order from Beoret-ary Eostor to do as he had With the cold deposited with him for Westorn shipment. He said It was tho practice ot tho Tre&scry Department In emergencies to do as he bad dona. Tlia Now Yorkers said tbey didn't like tha praottoo. but for all that tho Ceeretnerfaaa cot U2.000.000 ot thoir cold. naimao iievvisi.icaxs. Tkey Appear to a Police Court to De termine TV to lilt Whom. Sarins: a stormy meeting of the Tenth Ward Assentation in Brooklyn on Juno 1G. Chair man Charles Brrmance Is said to have been amulted byWlUlam WaUlron. Mr. ilermance made a complaint against Wu'dron In tho But ler Street Police Court. Yoatmlnr the ex amination was held by Justlc Tlvfic. The testimony clearly cbtabllstiinl the fact that the ortaafced Tanth wurd llepublicuus re not a happy family, and that the particular unemeetlnc in cmestlon was lolently dis turbed by faetlonal eerlmroaKes. Mr. Her raanee admitted that tho ntaceerlnK blow In the (ace, wbioh almost burled him from th liair. was net Inflicted until after he bad addressed Mr, Weldron as a loaftfr. The testimony wai o conflletlng between the two statesinon thut Justice Tlghe fuundjt necessary to ie.uerve his deolslo until Bept 7. A. ratmaeter Ckarsed ItS epettlnc Letter. Qwjcs IViia, Aua. 20) Lewis Bursess, Poetmaoterat Bacuu and for many yoars one of the most prominent androspectod cltlrens el that Vcnm. came to Glens Kalis on Tneidny and sorreadered nlmsolf to a deputy United Bletee marshal onacbarca of nnauthorlred dpentsit ot letters addressed to othor people. The examination was begun before United States OotnmUeloner I). H, Totter. Tlio wit penes wars al (ruin Hacua. Svporvlsor J. A. palcpm swory that he kesw of ljurrfesi opcrn- letter. of Utls Kotu una lira. Oils or foot, both peniloDar. F. A. hnow tettltled that ha ssw Burgess open one of Mrs. loot's letter and eiatnlne the pensli n check la it. Orlando Sunandlf. M. be.Uon, both pension- Ss,twere the Burgees had opened their lee rs, taken out toslr pension ohecks, and sent em word that ibej ;ould get the cheeks by settling tha ktore PllU they owed Dure ss. pargese detenoe Is that hi newr opened nny letters Without authocttr from those to whom By were addressed. The huaring was ud Journed to Sept ii. Ntate rolltlc. 1 Ths Democrats of the First district, fit. Law- 1 rence county, yesterday elected J. B. Carpen- 1 ter, . M. Wells, and Martin O'Brien as dole- I "testq tbePtatanonyention, They wore In. I ,,SS.oU to " . Flower. , The Democrats of the Flrtt district. Kara 7) tsocrantr, have chosen James JJouurey. Jr., J ?,.or"v4Wl.and William Drury as dele- II We to the Btste Convention U v... t P11101'!0 wro primaries In iew- I C2,'Kur,B Whlcb hav thus far been held. I ?'? ' been carri'cTby Warden Drown In tho I !t,!;,?t ' Gov. Hill. It Is underatood that 1 jo delegates thub far clioeen. with imrliHpa 2S,e eioeptlon. aro acslnst Oporue V. Oroon. 1 "6o wf V ,0 , t-tM" i-enator. and In favor ot I SS vmoSlitii1 Mo,u00' culru,na "' ,Uo , CONGRESS O1 QEOLOaiBTX Kmlnaat Ku Freaeat from All Parts orthe ITorld-Hecretarr Noble'a Addreaa. WAsnrKQTo. Ang.2fl.-The first session uf the fifth International Congress of Geologists Was hold this afternoon in the law leature , room of the Columbian U&herslty. Of the COO members of the Concrete, 206 have already arrived In Washington. Among the members present are many omlneut ceologlsts from all parts of tho world, Including representatives of nearly all of the great sclenllllo inslltn. tlons ot Kuropo and America. Tho session to day was mainly preliminary. Trot. I.e Conto presided. Ofllcors wore elocted. and thon the Hon. Gardinor Hubbard. Chairman of the local committee, made an address wel coming tho delegates to this country and to this city. He paid that thoy would not find in America tho old structures and the other Indl cations of an ancient civilization, but they pouid flna the greatott natural wondors, and the oldest continent gave a welcome to the roLreteatatlves of the Old World. An the head ot the department which has snder Its jurisdiction the oeoloclcnl suroy, secretary hoblo made an addiess otwelcomo, l?n aM Th I a ilotrnniNit ht ben liberal-It roar va tatd munincat-tn 1U aupimrt ul jTiK:etniit la ! let ence ot iciotuiir. tht Depafinitnt or ilia Interior roi ;! wltlitn In ampla Jarudtoilon ilia liuraui of tUa ueoiatfoM Hurtcy, oraii'lai ovar ty one or )ouf niomtiera ttt Itartiail and aflclNit ij:rct(.r. To thai auraan la nnunrtlal Ilia eianiioatlin cl the rock i, raiuerait, ores, aud eolia of oor cuuatrr aurt laa rt a airuoilnn or iba toporaiMeal mepe require far repre ntltin the eaaraotir anil dutrlbuilon if time natural resource anil lull are comprma 'llvUlotn, toarapiil eat. (eolotical, iialtenioloelnaL uJ utliata ae ceeeorr tbereta 1be aptiroprlutloDe fr Ua rap 1 ort are among, fia Ifircext bestowed on aor or tax bureme ot tbe Uotermuent. for It U reeognlaed that upon tbe uitallleeoca It elrei. leailbK to ihaemolent ana econduilial Jeeipment of our in tarriatWtiat reauuruee, our proiperliy ai a people large ly dppend. It Is irrattfylng tn Itnor' that ynur eclenc baa beea ao generoniir reootulzet abj potrerlullr ii.coriMtby tba other nation from vr Jtlcti n.eny o! you conta aa tepra eeiiUtlvea Uut It l eeieelallv a ouse cf cougratu'a Ui'li to toti. gentlemen, tbat you nate heeu atle to eo eneceeitul y eitabiuu thU international association, wlteri&y ou lniercaen,; th aculreui-nts and prod acts your lateral uorercment ut!et ion tu attain anu brine to the Rnprort of your ebeeial itudy and efJort Uie olTtltiatlun of the e. The or- ta full ot trie thought of tha Interdependence or nail na Yuu are tn lue an of that movement. t nnr niiirreuu a atrtltltw and nohle eapouentot IL Tl l esraiur In tho very atmosphere ot science. Ills envet (lnc the arts. Inilustr)'. ait.l cominerca XMr It tdtnvr araiitt-iueti. with our groHth aim strengthen wlta onr iiretuth until, at the Tartal straia of the dlf lerrnt reitona of the gli.!. troilnca tha woll essential to huiuitii etisttnae on each and comfort and advance ment on all, the ll.Terenti.eplea or the earth roar ba aa one familr. an 1 fraternlt) and lulalligeoce, aot rotattp and forcv. te tie sources ot our prosperity. Nay yoox may he pieaeant here, may unr lourtiem amid the wonders of our lontinent supply yon with accumulated facia and reutired strencth and may jour return, to youraeveral huntes.wbeu return yuu auust. La lu safety and la comfort A number of addresses Wire made In re tipniiKe. and the Coocress adjourned until to morrow mornlnc. Thy following ero the forelcn members of tho congress who have already arrived: Amtrla-lluuirar)' Pr. Carl Dlenerofthe fnlrerelty, Menna. Iir. MniiTletraot the ltoyal UcograDhlcal o clet. Menna. i anada-FranV D Adams. Menm College. Montreal; Thiimns Uactarlane, inland icercnue Department, Ottawa. Chili Sartor rranclsco I. Pan noman. Santiago. rrattce 1'ror. Hr. l.harles Uarrols ot tha Lnlversltr at I. Hie; M. .M.ircel.ln lloule and ITot Aloert Oaudrr of tha Mnseutu or Natural History. 1'arist M. Kmiu Pa Margerie of the tranoh Geological Service, l'arla. tieruianj l'rot Dr. Achilles Amlrsas or tha Lnlrer alty of lleldelber Dr Alfred llergeat of Uuncheu, l'rot. Dr. Uerrm.au Crsdner of tho I alverslty ox leip alg. Dr Y. Freeh or the Lnlvenlty or Halle. Dr. tute Jaelel of tha Unlverrltr at liernti. 1'rnf. Dr Kmanuat Kayier ot the L'nlvereltf ot larburg. Dr. Alfred usann of the rnlrereitr of Uehlelberg. Ilerr fella ritenlngvn of Munchen. Herr Xiillus Itomberguf llerliu. Dr. August llothpletzof the Utdrerelty of Muachen, Herr 1'IUcli Knhle Munchen; l'rot Dr. O stelnmann of the tnl verslty of Fre.burg Dr Arnold I'lricii or the, Univer sity of Mreeabarg. Herr Adolpb Vledener. llergratli, I.bemwa'de Usrlln; Hr te.U Wahuscharjeot the I nl leralty uf herltn 1'rwT Dr. Johannea Walther of the Uimersity of Jeua, Dr. Bruno Welatid of strasiburg, Jr 1'aronMdncy Von wohfmann. Muuchen. Dr. K A. Wultlng of tho University. Tubingen; frof. Dr. Von Zltteloflhe L'nlTerilty. Munchen. lreut liritaln Henry U. aOelL Ho'neta. Frotlaad; Jam.-, c. Chrintle, i G 8. old rallicart. Scotland: M tea lary loster. M (1 A. L. London. John V. tireirory, ,( h. Hrillih Museum. Loudon; Airred Darker r. . N, ht. John a College tatnbrldite 11-rnard Jloh.on, P. ). s. emeu's Cuilega Mun.hettcr, l-tcut-Col. A. u. Tabnteau. tiatb. hngiand .Vexlco dose (1. Agul era, aob director of tbe Merl can ileuioglcel Comnussioit. illy or Mexico. Ing Anlo model Castillo, director of the Mexican lieotoalcal cr.mmtstlon t'uy of Mexlcot i:reutel urdonea of tha SnejiIcauiJeoloirlcal Commlealon. city of Mexico. Koumsnla 1'rof. rJtetau Slhleano of tha I'nlrerstty of Huaharest, lme Henrlelte blhleatio Uucharesti Frot. uregolro etofaacscu of the Lnlyers'ty of Bncba reet, Mme. UrU W Siefuneecu. liochareu Rntela Nicolar llodanorf tit. Petersburg: Trof. A. K. hrasaof of the Uimersltr ot CharVnoa: itoman I.eTltegy. .St. rele-eh-irg; ItoT Aleals I arlow of the Uulrereitr of Moscow. Xm farie ravow of Moecow; 1'rof I. Bcbmldt of the Kupslan (ieriaglcal Sioielr. St. reieriburg. Prof. r. TehernacheH' of the Iiaeiiaa tjaolorlcal seclelf, ht. reterahurg. Sweden liaron i.'erard de Hear, (ieolneioal Survar at Fweden. Btoclholm: Mis Olaf Hoist. Heologiral KnrTetr ofSHadan. hlockholmt HJalmar Ijindhohm. Ueouri' cal Burreror "waden. Mocktroim; rrot lljalmat bio gren or tbe Cnlyarettr. tpsala JM'ILzerlMiu-l'ror. Dr. C schmldl or tbe I'nlrcriltr of liala. nmx'T xEj.ru soox enough. Henry Z.elhe or Newark In Jail for Xot Hupportlnff Ilia Pamlly. nenry Lelbe, who until a year aco was a prosperous plumber In llosvllle, Kowark, was yesterday taken to the isex county jail on a writ Issued by the Court ot Chancery. Ills wife is suing him for alimony, and he had an nounced his Intention of leaving tha State. Ha wai unable tocet tJOO bail, and will have to remain In (all. lu her bill Mrs. T.eibs aliases thatLnlbe has In late years neclocted his business and family to snob an extent that his business and soma property whlcli be owned were sold to satisfy ludements of creditors. Tor a year Lolbo has treated herbbamefully, she says, and sho wax often without food for hereelf and lire chil dren. The couple were married In 1878. They Lav two goat, aged 11 and 0 years, and throe tlauk'hters, seed 2. 4, and 7 years. A week ago l'rlday Lethe drovelto their houso at 103 llose ville avenuo and, loadlDC n waeons every iiartlcle ot furniture and clothlnc except what lis wife oad enildron wore, tlrove otvav. He took with him the two bos, and said he would no longer support tha wlfo and two vouncrst dauchters. hut would return for the eldest el rL lira Lelbe went to her mother's home, and nt once becau suit for alimony. Then Lei be declared he would "fisher" by leaving tho btate. FOlt VA'ZfOUX 1XSUJIASCE BATES. Fire XTnderivrltere to TJnlte la an Aasoela tlon to Keep Up the Turin. An Interesting; meetinu ot flro underwriters was held yesterday at the Board of Fire Under writers In the Mutual Life Insurance bulhllac. fiamuel I'. Blacdon was Chairman, and the purpose ot tha meetinu was to vote npontfae report of tbe committee appointed Jane 20 to prepare a scheme for tha formation ot a tariff association to seouro uniformity ot rates In fire Insurance. Tbooorumlttoe's report Buacest Inc such a scheme was adopted, only two ot the companlvii represented voting aaalngt It. Chairman Biaxdoa thureupon appointed a committee of live to Interoat all the fire inmir a&v e compaojes In the pJan. The new aasqeia tlon Is oallyd the JatlCf Association of New York. All tho subscribers aitree to observe In cood faith tho rules of tbe ua.oclatloii In letter and eplilt, and tbey pliidKe their honor not to cut rate. It whs the otlnJnn that the new as. Hotlution will bo under full headway in a month ur two. ALT.IAXCE AOAIXBT J1IE rXTKEAXa. The Georela T.ralalulure Will Not Acerpt the 1!U fil'tun State Soldlera' Horue. Atukta, Auc. 20, Tho nouso of Bepresent atlves to-day refused, by a otaot 01 to 02, to accept tor tho t'tate the Confederate Veterans Homo, erected by popular subscription In tho motciiieiit Inaugurated by the late Henry Orndy, The principal opposition to the ao oojitance oumo from the Farmers' Alllanca. In the tituto Convention or unit older held beta lait week, a rrftolutlon itcolnst tbe ao. t'eptaiice of tho bouio was adupled and the Alliance members of the House almost to a mun oppospt itoceptance. 'there Is creat In dienstluu on the part ot Confederate veterans, wliu have tailed a mass meetlnc of citizens for to-niMrr ,w iilaht. rMmllar indlcoailon Ij ei. pressed In ail parts of tho Btate. The home cost t.VJ.i w aud subscriptions to the fund eume from all parti of Georgia. On i:xplUou Under the I, alt p. Cmci&o, Aur, 2C One man was fatally and naveti others t-orluusty butned this morntnc by an explosion ot tras In tho new city water tunnel now constructing under Lake Jllohl cou. Yesterday iiioriiliic a cane of wen work ins about two and u half miles from the shore end struct. aoln ot uulcKfand In which was a trace of i:hs. 1 he nlr coitipreBsors were put lo woik. t'lfutiiii; u proHstu nt twenty-four pounds to the square Inch, '1 his was ample to keep back IIih '! fir damp," but was opure sle fur the v,-' rkmin. and wss last nlcht ie tiiipeit to sIxtL-en pounds, 'litis nioriilntT the eloctrl' HcbiH cot out of order nnd Maurlco Call was sent in to rernlr thi-m. Ho carried a torch with him nnd had hardly approached tbe spot whom the cat had been Jouklnu when a tremendous explosion occurred. Dull was fatally burned and seven other men hurt. Frnnai Ivnulu I'rolillittlonlats) In Convention ilA8tisiu'r.n, Aug, M, The State Convention of the I'rohlMtionlfits, held here to-day, nom inated W. W, Hucue of Warren county for AudltoMionerol ituti Oi.oriro l)ratou of Clips, tor county tor Mate Treasurer. Tho platform wa equally eere in Its ilonuurlatlona of the, JUuuoofiUs and ltypuuiKuu pajlivs. NICARAGUA'S POLICEMEN. run BTonr rozo nr ' t-v kditoji wuoaz a a cab a iias n am an im. Ma Roya tha ateCornaed Police Are Pplf Who Shadow Cltlaeas aarl Hoar False Wltnaae Aaxalnat Them The Inneoent auid Peneeietrie Are Their Chler A'lctlma. One of tha men arrested on Sunday last at Granada, Nicaragua, by or J or of President Sacaia, and since condemned to exile, was Ansslmo IL Iltvae, editor nnd owner of the Viarto A'lcaraguHtte, the leading Liberal paper of' Nicaragua. The last mall from Central America brought to this city a oopy ot his newspaper of Auc. C It contained a lung editorial on Bacasa's "reformed ' police," affording a sample ot the kind of criti cism ot the President, which doubtless holped to determine the administration in the adop tion ot Us present vigorous polloy In getting rid of obnoxious and outspoken political op ponents. A part of the article lo as follows: " When at the beginning of bis provisional administration. Dr. Bobtrto Bacnsa, the pres ent President ot tbe republic, announced his intention ot reforming ths police and elevating It to the potltlon which It occupies in otvllized nations, ie sincerely applauded tho project. Wo are ot the opinion that the city pollco should become a social necessity, giving to all the citizens the security and confidence which are necossnry In the freo exerolse ot their habitual occupations. "With creat satisfaction wo observed that the first set of tho reformed pollco corresponded perfectly with our hopes. It was a pleasure to see this body ot the guardians of thouublla sofoty acting with perfeet recularity undor the orders of Sefior Don Prodorlco Mora, who has bten placed in charge of its organization. In place of the brutality of the former bo collud police oCUIals, who dally cave to the pnbllo tha most ropulslvo speotacles as they conducted drunken men to tho lockup by tbe forco of repeated blows from the butt ends of their muskets, and who dlbturbed publio meetings br tha moderate uae of their bayonets, we had the polite intervention of trained ami nentleiuatilr oflleeTs. who. with the greatest civility, called the nttention of the eltiran to any Irrsgu arity they obred.and wllbut any si;andal and Vilth gentleness cleared the etieeUand dls terscd satherlucs of person which might cause disturbance without makreatlug them ornhuelng them. . , . " This losied only a ehort time. Botlor Mors, retttrned to Costa BIca, his uatlvs country, aud tbe management ot tbe city police, after the retirement of Col. Sllvestre Ilerradora. who understood Honor Mora's methods, wescon fldo.i to political bossis. who prostituted the institution to servo the Interests and passions of party. As a result them were 1 pally substi tuted tor the gentlemanly and well-disciplined ofllcors. individuals of dubious character, and oon of notoriously vicious aud criminal con- "ln this way a bsneQcant institution has been completely transformed lu its nature, and to-day that which ought to serve as a pro tectlon for the citizens Is a frightful menace, and, worse of all. has become an inexhaustible fountain of corrupt activity. "Our reformed poliea has bsen converted Into a nursery of Infamous Informers of alleged polilleal crimes, and of tale bearers whose object In life Is to give to thelrsuperlors ana tbe persons who protect them false in formation in regard te anything whlcn they consider would be agreeable jo tbem. Tho result is that all persons ot distinction who live In or visit the capital are constantly fol lowed by one or mora uples. Thoeo among tha people whose opinions are notoriously ad verse to tha present political methods they trnmple undor foot and outrage on one pro text or another, and. what is every way most irritating, the most Innocent actions, tho most involuntary omissions of certain pre scribed regulations of tne pollco. give occa sion for large and frequent exactions. If aa individual, eveu a forelgaer, goes Into tho street without carrying his billet of occupa tion, tha police arrest him violently and tako him ott to the look-nt and fine him heatlly. even whan he oilers to show at his house trio requisite billet. Out of an infinite number of ea-.es we may cite the following, which bns been tommulcated to us from Managua, as onu of tbe most geandalous. by adlstingulshod ceutlemanof that city: Certoln Individuals arrived from the coart DroTldod with sufficient money to buy corn wbloh they required. Before reaching their Inn they were accosted by the police, who de manded their billets ot occupation. The men answered that tbey had no need ot such a bil let: they were masters or their on action, and had come to the capital to purchase corn to carry to their farms. Their reply failed of effect; they were earrled qff to tho jail, from wbloh tbey with difficulty gained their liberty Oiler several hours of detention, and after be ing forced to pay as a fine every last cent they bad with them (except enough to get thorn borne), thus befog unable to muko tho needed purchase. " It is ierfectly clear, therefore, that the re formed police has been oonvarted into a men fice nud an insupportable l.iirilen to the houeit oyaH and Industrious people ot Mauaguu," BROKE 1IIS ITirE'S HID. A Story of the Horroxve or a Womea with a llaby and Brankea lluaband. Jessie Wallace, the young wife ot Samuel(J Wallace, Is now lrlna In a dingy room at S25 East Twenty-fourth etreot. suffering from a number of severe injuries which she received on Tuesday night from her husband, Bamuol Wallace, a chip carpenter. On Tuesday even ing he was drunk and took the baby out ot its carriage and started no stairs with It. but tho methar took It from htm. This mado Wallace angry, and he knocked his wife down and blr Irari her. Her screama for hern broucht v- eral of the tenants to the scene, and Police man Donovan of the tost Twenty-second street station arrested the husband. A Belle, vuo Hospital surgeon dressed Mrs. Wallace's wounds. Two of her ribs are fractured and the left side of her body was badly bruised. Tbe brutal husband was orralgnpd In tbe Yorkvllle Court yesterday and held by Justice McMahon in Jl.BOi) ball for examination when Mrs. Wallace will bo able to aptour. A GAXO Oi" YQVXO TI1IEVES. ' i A Bald on a Delicatessen Store Brloce One of Them to Grief. Joseph Kelly, aged 10 years, helped two com panions play an old game on Mrs. Lena Alex ander, who keeps a delicatessen storo at 161 Hast 113th street Yesterday one of the three lode entered the store and deliberately walked out with a set of scales under his arm. Mrs. Alexander chased him. but seelne another lad loitering about she started back. . The second tidal asked If she had recovered the scales, nnd kept persistently lu front ef her, so thut she was obliged to stop to answer hltn. While this was going on Kelly ran away with the vasn drawer. Ha was pursued by Police man Moi otel.who caught him In the cellar of a near-by tenement, alter a long seureh. The till, which oontalned 17, was rooovered. Dur ing the chase Kelly threw uway an umbrella whlch.li is presumed, he had stolen, but this wus not recovered, lie was held in t00 ball by Justice Meade tor trial, lie says he lives at 27 West Xnenty-gerentb, street. Bids for Tva-seclo lloat xVo, S). WAsnrNoyros, Auc. 26. Bids were opened at the Navy Department to-day for the con struction, exclusive of armament and ot torpodoos and their appondacei. ot a steel, twin-screw sea-colna torpedo boo ot not less than 120 tons displacement Tbe vessel Is designated lor the purposes of the ad vertiauinent inviting bids as torpedo boat No, 9. Tlio advertisement stipulated that in all its parts, Inoladlnif shafting, tbe veBset shall be constructed of material ot a domestic manu facture. It also provided that tho con tract for (ho conttrucXtun ot the TPjsel Khali contain provisions to the effect thut the contractor uunrantees that when completed und tested for speed, tn smooth woter. under conditions to be presoribed by tbe navy Department, the speed devoloped by the vessel upon such trial shall be not Joss than an aversgo of twenty-four knots per Ikiur. msluulned successfully for two conse cutive hours. '1 here were Put two bids Huhmll ted, and they were for department plans. They wore;. The Cowles Lonlueenng Company of Ilrooklyri, N. Y.. 117,uu: and the Iowa Iron Works of Duouque. Iowa, tlia.500. A C'lilueee Offender (Shot. Odiut, CoL, Aug. SO. Lee Qunn, a Chinese, attempted to assault tbe daughtorot Col, Bliaw tlifs morning. Ha was at ones arrested aud put In jail. Excitement ran high all day, and early thl" evenlne.as the officers were attempt log to take Ouan to a place ef safe keeping, he was stiottwloe. He will die before morning. The child's father Is supposed to have done the shooting. Probubly Takeo for a X.arlt, The canoe found adrift tn the Harlem lilvor off 110th street on Monday morning by Mi chael Fallon and Martin Gllmore belongs to the surgeons in llarlam Jloxpltal. It was ittilen from the boat hotue at tho foot of the hoopita) crounds rn Buoduv. The rudder, cushlous, nnd paddles wero la thu boat when loutd. - 4 t -"- i mi t . a. - -. . ., t n .. -. i BOBBERY AT THE rUBLIO STORES. Aa Inquiry to Dlacover What line Become ofMri, Cllmaon'a nrrcet. Colloctor racftott and his deputy nt the Publio Btores. Mr. Purr, and also Deputy Col lector Williams were up to their cars yester day In an investigation ot alloged thefts ot household effects at tho stores. The com plaint of the allecod theft wos made by O. W. Bhelden A Oo.. Custom House brokers at 13 llroadway. Theyinslst that a largo uunntlty of household and porsonol effects owned by Mrs. N. K, GImson and imported on tha steamship Canada on July 22 are mlssluc. The liito! cooils said to two been stolon embracos 250 articles, Including fine under wear, clovts. lingerie, nud other thlneo, nil valued nt $151. The Importance of the case Is not In the value of tho goods, but In tho fact that goods can be stolen elthertn transit to the Public- Btores or while within that building. Secretary Poster, through onoofhU assistants. Qlrooted that a complete lntetlgatlon bo made. This assistant. Mr. Crotinse. lu u letter to Collector Faeiett yestor.lav. said: rho Department daslret a thorough and Held Investigation of this matter to bo Insti tuted at once, In otdrrioflx the responsibility for tbls alleged robbery. It 1 dllllcult to un derstand how to larL'O a theft, In number of articles. If not In value, oould have boan per petrated tn a public- building uuder charge ot officer or the Unternment wTthoutcounlvanc.i or collusion. Please return tho enclosures with full reports from yourself and the up rrajter In tho mnlter. It U eugeested that if desirable you invite the ald'of the special agent at your port In the Investigation above or aerad. Messrs. Hheldon .t fo. (toto that If their client was financially able she coultl pur sue an Investigation by which tho 'culprit could ba lucaied.' Tho Department dasfros you to undertake the Investigation which Mrs. Ulmsi.n Isuiuhle to muke and expects butno practical re-ult," The Ciillrctordld not think the poods had bot-u taken from th ntotus He believed they bad beon taken whlln In iranolt to th Moi". 1 he f-t'ircs, he null. wur) wrll gtianled. Hn added th it he wus uslu' ull moans to discover the thief. Deputy Collector Burr evplalned that not even Appraiser Co iper could losve the build ing In Lnlcht street with it pm'kngo unliss it was checked. Mr Burr bllsved that thu thletes wete outsldniF. Blmon ilns, tbe truck ciaa. by his receipts shows that Mrs. fllmton's goods were dolUerod at the Mores " in good ordor." Two months ago Pecrotary I'oetor rescinded nil pasps to the department tn the6toios. No outsiders aro now pormltteu under nny cii oumstuncus to n undor through the building. Sit ULL BEADY TO TESTIFY SUIT. Tint Millionaire Oolilaniltli and Mr. Stun, aer Have Keucbed us Agreement. The Complaint Commltteo of the Pioduea Exchange mot yesterday to consider tha caso ot J. 11. hmull. the freight broker who rofusod to testify before the committee nnd also beforo the Board ot Managers In tho complaint of Charles P. Sumner .t Co. scln3t Mayor CJold smith for alleged breach ot contract 'lha claim against Mr. Goldsmith was for $25,000. Bumnor ,t Co. chnrged that he chartered from them through Mr. Hmull two cattle stoamhlps. tho St llonans and the Bt Pancras. Mr. Gold smith refused to recognize the charter pnrtlos and was suspended from tho Ex change. Mr. hmull. for refusing to glvo testimony In the enso. was hauled up n week auo before th-5 Complaint Comuilttotr. He thon said he had acted nil along on tbe advice ot counsel, and be wunted time to consult with them as to his defence. Bince then bo has con sulted with his lawyers, llutler. htlllman .t Hubbard, and on their advice h ypsterduy ad dressed Col. Edward Hlnckon. Chairman of tho committee, enylng that he was now willing to clvo his testimony. He put this in writing, and beforo thi committee hu confirmed it by saying: "I nm now willing to testify before the Com plaint Committee at any time. I now reoog nlro the authority o( the Board of Managers, after consulting with ray counsel, to demand my tchtlmonv In a case of this kind." He thanked the committee for giving him time to consult with his lawyers, and the com rnltteo by resolution empowered President Evan Thomas to withdraw the complaint acaJnt Mr. Mnull. It was learned later In the day that Mr. Bnra ner ami Mr. tirddsmith had come to some set tlement, it Is bellevad that If tha settlement Is satisfactory all around Mr. Ooldnnlth will be reetored to his privilrces a amember ot the Exchuugo. TBE STRAYED VOJ.V FOUXD. Xt xTnd Attracted n Crowd In the lioivrry Whpn u Nrnradraler Curried It On. The tame wolf which escaped from Its box while on its way to Central Park last Monday afternoon bag len found. It is now in the possession of Thomas Whnlen of 207 West Porty-flrat streot Whnlen is a driver of an ovening paper delivery wagon, and was on hid way up the Bowory shortly alter Trackman Barry had left tho Globe Mutoum with his three wolves. WhenWhalon cot in tho vlclnlly of Fourth street bis attention was attracted to a small crowd. They seemed to be following some thing, nnd Whalen whipped up his horse to ascertain what the excitement wus about "It's a wolf 1 itsawolfr'heheard sotnogmall boys shout, and at that a few of the muro timid followers hung back. Whalen Jumped from his seat and went np to the wolf, which appeared tu be cofusedatthe noise around him. " It's a tame wolf and 111 bet It's got ont of one ol tho llonery museums," thought bali-n, aud at that he picked it up and drove oil with it. The crowd made no effort to atop him ami the young man'a neighbors were very mucn astonished when thoy saw him routing home ut night with a real lire wolf. Whnlen called at tho huperiutendent'.s olllco at Central Park testcrday but Mr. Conklin was Out lis left bis name and addiess and promised to return to-day. CRAZED Br ClOAUKTTEl. Th!rleen-year.otd I.eo I.oivennfeln Is In. the Ward's Xalund Aeylum Notv. Leo Lowenstein lives with bis parents at 2.025 Third avenue. He Is 13 yoars old, and for many years has smoked clgnrettos. His father punished him often for Indulging In the habit, but the boy kopt on smoking. Ho soon began to look 111. and grow thin. From a con dition of phynleal disorder, he s-emed to crow mentally deranged. He talked in a iiueer way to his parents. All this tlmo he smoked cigar ettes. HIh condition continued to grow worse, nntll it became evident to Mr. Lowenstein that Ills son was rnentslly afiV'ted. He took Leo to the Harlem Court where Justice Meade committed him for examination eh to his snnlty. Monday he was taken to Holloviie Hospital and placed lu tbe Innne pavilion, wheie ha was examined by I'r. Douglas, who said he was insni.o. Yos terday ho wus sout to tbu asylum at Wurd's Island. The physicians think that altera faw months of rest and cessation from cigarette smoklmr the boy will be impioed and uiay eveutuully recover. OOr A SMART BOY. A Moaacnsrr Kent tn t'ollaet Illaappenrs With SOOO fusli. John Hanrlban, 17 years old, who has been employed as a messenger by the Postal Telegraph-Cable Company of 47 Exchange place, has disappeared with about (C00, On Monday morning he was collod by Edward a Piatt of the Nevada Bank of Ban Francisco, tl! Ex change place, io make some collections about the city. Sir. Piatt said he wanted a smart boy, and whpn young Hanrlban appeared Mr. Plait gave him Instructions. In some places the boy received checks, but in one place about tUOO In roshwas given him. The checks were sent to Mr, Piatt but tiia boy and tho money are missing. Mr. Piatt says Hint he will not hold the Postal Tetegranh-Cnble C mpany re sponsible for the loss If tho boy is not found before the mont-y is spent, The bsy'o inn plnycrs wero Inclined to believe that l.o had met with foul pluy until the chocks npponred. His number waaUil, A New "Torlt Hoy Attempt to Wreck a Tiulti. Pi.AistriKi.r, Conn., Aug. 20. Daniel Hayes, aged 17, of West Forty-third strent. New Yortt city, attempted to wreck ths evenlug Providence-bound express by piling ties across thrt truck, Tho escape ol the train without serious Una at life was due to tho prompt action of Engineer Joel Hunt of tl.ls town, who sue rneded In stopping ihe train with lis heavy load of human freight just as the pilot struck thoobstiuctlons. 'Ilieborwas ono sent out by some fresh uir (und, and lias returned to New lork city, 'J'hoao fresh air chlldruti uro, mnny of them, to say the lenst, very ungrntp. fill to the hocietles that Fund them out hole for the good ot their health. First Voyage or the Pilate or California. The new steamship Ktate of California of the Allan btato lino completed her maiden trip from Glasgow to this port yentortlay, Plie was eleven days on tha oyngn. Kite Is 400 feet long. -Itl fost beam and Ml 2-3 fiet deep, and measures 4, 600 ton. Hhe is a (Irst-claaa pus. senger boat with slngla propollor and ono i-et of triple expansion riiclnes. Klin can aciom inodate WJ calm uudtO'Jsteeioce pu&seai:erA e e I e e f s a - -? DARD FIGHTING IN CHILI. ntn xxsvBGttXTS ao sotrm to meet BALMACEDA'B ARMY. They Come Together Near Valparaiso and Aro ricatlac Desperately Moth Pilda Claim to Mava the Better of the Tuaale. WAsnrxoioM. Auc 80. A cablegram from Valparaiso, dated tbe 24th Inst, lias to-day been received In this city, of which tho follow ing is a translation: " The insurgents succeeded in landing 10.000 soldiers at the bay ot Uulnteros, north of Val paraiso, where thoy started alone the shoro to ward Valparaiso, undor the protection ot six ot thoir men-of-war and eight armed trans polls, besides all the boats ot thoir fleot, pro vided with mitrailleuses, endoaxorlnc to sur prise the city by a rear attack. A Government torcoof fi.OOO men was Immediately dotachod from Valparaiso and succeeded In delayingthe crossing of tho Aconcagua Illver near its mouth, while a eufllclont number of troops were moving br rail to protect Valparaiso and oppose tbe Insurgents br at least 13,000 men, with a prospeat ot a further Increase ol forces from other quarters, " The Government forces succeeded In stop ping tho Insurgents far forty hours, with a loss to the enemy of about U.O0O of their choUest men, notwithstanding the fire of the Insurgent fleet besides tbat of the land forcv. 'J Ms oii-ratlnn enabled tbe Government tn select the best positions for their l'JOOO arriving troops, although thla advantage cost the loss ot halt the number of the gallant di vision ot C.PUO mfii which contested tbe muich ?t the rebels and thuir crossing the Aconcagua liver. " The rebel fitet has boen ken! at bay by the fire of Port Andes, aud the Insurgent forces are deprived of the expertrd protection of their men-of-war. whlla the (iournment lorcoi are constantly receiving tecuforcomouts from ths interior." Mr, l,m is. Auc.2R. A despatch from the city of Mexico eats tolugruhhln Information has been recolvtd thero ot tho battle botween ths Congress troops and Linltuaceda's fori.es. 'J. he latest (wlegtain front ulpuralso ssvs that the light has been going on for seventy-two horns, and from thu first, though the army of Balma ceda is neatly double that ot tho Congre-s foicps, the latter have I een tlctorious. Irom Present Indications tbe fight may continue setetu! days. The CongrHseionallsts ate ex pootlnu iciilorcemeuts. The Insuigeut fleet is still harborlni ahem Oulntero Bur. llKititN, Aug. 'jr.. Tho Aolmnal Ocuettt envs that an 1 uglish steamor which has ar rived at Mel is believed to hate a cargo of guns and war material on beard for the lial macodnn war esaol Prosldent Pinto, which arrived at Kiel estordny. Bhould this be the emo it Is generally understood here that the Goiman authorities at Kiel will Insist upon the neutrality ot the Port of Kiel being strictly observed by the Lnvluh steamship and the Chilian war vosiol. In other words, the Ger man authorities will prevent the English steamship from trnnsferrinc her cargo, should It consist ot war material, to the President Pinto while those two esiels are in Uvrninu waters. Germany, it Is understood, has deter mined not lu any way to take the part of either side In the stiuggls now going on in Chill be tween the Congress party and tha forcos of President Dalmuceda. Paris. Aug. 26. Tha Chilian Legation hero has received a telegram from Buenos Ayres, dated yesterday evonluc, saying: "A bnttlo was fought at Uulntero to-day. Ths Congre-s forces sustained heavy losses, being plncod between two flies. A decisive battle is expected, Jlalmaceda's army occupies advan tageous positions." It was learned yesterday In a despntoh from Washington that President Balmaceda has dis missed Frederick A. BeeJau, Consul-General lu hew York for Chill. It was announced that Charles It. Flint bad been appointed in his place. Mr. Beelan bad been Consul-General in New York for twentr-elx years. Ha was born In Chill. Of late there have been reports to theelleut that he sympathized with the In surgent Ho denies this. Just why Mr. Flint ?ras appointed as his successor is not known, t was said at Mr. Flint's office that he did not know whether tie would take the place ot not. .V EXODUS TO OKZAHOSTA. Colored readens Again Alleged to Be Flan ntnc Emigration from the Sonth. Mnmns. Auc 26. There fs a movement among the negroes of the Mississippi Valley toward on exodus to Oklahoma, An Oklahoma colonisation society has sent ont Its agents to the South and circulars have been scattered broadcast urging tbe negroes to leave the Booth and be ready to enter the Territory when tho new lande are expected to be opened for settlement on Bept 10. Colored leaders representing largo bodies of negro farmers and laborers have boen In this city this week reeking Information as to rates, and tbey say thoir people are determined to teak homes ehewhera. One nun, en being askod the reasons for tbe exodus, said tbe negroes were dissatisfied more on account ot the partial administration ot tbe law than anything else. He maintained that tbe negroes do not have a fair show. It accused of any wrongdoing by a white man thoy are sent off to tho convict farm, and testi mony as to their Innocence. Ilf offerod by wit nesses of their own race, is not considered. .Negroes ore lynched, be said, without trial br jury. Tbey are defrauded and kept poor, charged the highest rato for supplies, and not permitted to rats; am thing but cotton. They nra ignorant and cannot keep up with the storekeepers. The negroes of this city will bold an rm mense barboone and mass meeting to-morrow, at which several leaders will speak In favor of the proposed exodus, and an organization will be formed to promote plana Tbe plantera x lew the situation with alarm. It there is any oxtenslvn emigration as early as September thoy will Incur heavy losees foe the lack of cotton pickery BOBBED AX 1TALIAX FRUIT STORE. While the Dealer Was Filling; Bosios Orders the Thlcr Oct 81,700. Balvatore Jello Is a prosperous Italian who keeps a cheap eating house and fruit store at G East Sixtieth etreot. in the row of low build ings nonr the Park entrance. One day a man came to his store and ordered a basket ot grapes sent to a house on Madison avenue, alvatora's boy started out with tbe crapee. and in a few minutes the same man came baolc in a hurry. "bay, John," ho said. "I forgot something; tbat man wants a small basket ot peaches, too." Thon a second man came In and Balra tora soon went out with the first man. 'i'bo second customer went Into a email back room, where the Italian kept hie money ami jewelry In a trunk. Halvatoreand his boy soon discov ered the trick and when they returned the Italian found that bis trunk bad been broken open and tl.iOu taken. Tbe jewelry was left The police of the East Mxty-aersnth street station were notified and on Tuesday night Detective Welter arrested James Cannon, who was Identified bv the Italian an tho man who last entered his store. He Uvea nt 40U East Beventy-elghtb street, and has served n live yoars" term In Mug Hlng. In the Yorkvlll" Court yesterday Balvntore didn't irnm so eure that Cannon was tbe man who robbed him, and his boy said he had never uren him before. Ho Justice McMahon could do nothing but discharge him. A lO.ITear.Old Iloree Thief and TSnrcUr. WEBhTEu. Mass., Auc. 26. Sheriff Chnrlos Love of this city to-day arrested a horse thief who stole a teuin from Andrew Dragon on Sun day last Ths team was located In West Thomp son and tbe thief proved to be Willie Richards, 10 tears of aca. lllchards has at three differ ent times been charged with burglary. Tho lust case was breaking Into tha ecboolbou-e at Dudley Centre, fer which crime he Is still nnder bond. The boy will probably serve tbe rest of his minority in the btate itcform School. Hvrelllna: nig- mr Ilnrlal Fond. Last night a benoflt pertormar.ee took place at the Academy of Maslo, tbe proceeds ot whiob will be applied to the burial fund of Typographical Union No, fl. The Newspaper Dramatic League ployed "Tho fihaughrann " ftuil "Our Boys.'' Harry, loresman, Michael ', Kulllvan, A.J. Macau ler. (leorge li llyntt John T. Lanagan. J. 1). Weldrlck. F. it Lett l. J. rresl. Thomas Hleld, James Qulnn. It. A. doors. .James MoWllllams and the Mlssoii ; Jorton, Mcliowan. Lace. Wood, and llyan wero among the performers. No Intention er Gains Dry. ABDurrt Pahe, Auc SO. Alphonso Bpauld Inc, a Now Jorsey countryman, came here to day to have a cood time. Before reaching town be visited several tavorus. Boer and applejack soon developod his spirits, and he waaituou into custody and marclied to police hvadquarters. vhen ho was t-earchad there void found under the bosom of hie flannel ahlrt eleven full bottles ot beer. Justice Holmes Inllioted a fine of is and costs, and Chlet of Police Bailer kopt the eleven bottles of beer. Tolinan-Wclls. New Haven, Aug. 20. -Dr. Herbert C. Tol. man. who has been Instructor in i ale ami Is now piofassornt M.idison, WU., and Miss Mnrv B . ilnuclitor of Mis. J, F. Wells, wero married lo.duyln tbe t ollcgo Htieet Church, tha Her, Dr. McLane olllcfuilng. The brldo was attend ed by her edster, Miss Fannie Welld. Wnolcot . Ellsworth, lalg 'DO, was tha groom's boat uuu. , No Ammonia In Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder. XATAT. BEriETT AT BAB ItARBOB. A niattngnlahe Company ratertatnad wltav a rSllKtu Battle. Bin llAnnon.Mp., Aug. 20. The grand naval review to-day has occupied the attention ot all. and tho Village has been doiorlad. The weather was psrteot and the water smooth, with hardly a ripple. All the members of the Kebo Valley Club were Invited by Secretary Tracy to view the manauvres from the De spatch. It was 10:lo before tho fleet steamed out ot the harbor. Among those on the De spatch were Mrs. Blaine, Parka Godwin, CoL Codmaa. Senator Ltsnoaard Stewart. Mrs. Gnorce Pondleton Bowler, Mr. Fish. Mr. and Mrs. Barney, Mr. Ouruee, Mr. I ana, den. Al ger, and Bonator Cumeton Invitations were id to sent out from tbe l.nterpriso. Chicago, nnd Philadelphia, tho Enterprise having a very large pat ty. At lu:15 the Dospntch, with Secretary Tracy, led the way out ot the harbor, followed by the Philadelphia, Newark. Petrel, Vesuvlus,and En terprise, In line through the channel Inside the Ilnld Porcupine, and the Chicago, followed by the Cushintr. Atlanta. Yorklown, and Bos ton. ontMde. The flost pre-ented an Imposing FPctacJe. It was followed by tbe steamer Olivette with 000 npectatote. am) a number of smaller steamers loaded. When outside Lgg Hock each fiacshln fired a Secretary's saluts of Hiuetesii guns, then, steaming out to aea. the oat formed tn line. Then came on the vari ous evolutions ot the ships, tbe Gushing and Vosuvliib dropping targets for praotiee with heavy guns. The manoeuvres closed with a sham battle. Tbe Deapatoh returned and dropped anchor at 1:40 P.M., followed soon af terward by tbe others of the Meet. "Shane" Campbell Saya " Tlllnkey" Mor gan Wss Innocent. Bostoh, Aug. 20. "Shane" Campbell the notorious all-round crook, was arrested at Bennington during the celebration for jump ing his bail In a bank-snoolr log case. " Bhang" utterly denies tho bank job and declares tbat be has not beon In Boston for ten years before. Campbell, lu conversation. Informed the offi cers of a lot ot crooks ot other days who were dead, or those alive, however, he manifested dense Ignorance. One statement of bis causod quite an Impression, "hhang" was said to have been one ot "Blinker" Morgan's old "pals," and Inspeotor Watts asked his opinion on the. banging ot " Bllpkey" for tbe alleged murder of Detective Hulllgan of Cleveland. O. " I tell you," Bald " Bhang" earnestly, " that was dead wrouc 'Blinkey'was aa Innocent man." "How do you know?" asked Watts. Well, never mind." was the reply. "Borne day you'll find that I am telling you the truth. Now mark my words." UABIXE IXTJ1LLIGEXCK. artSTirmra atatiMO rais er. Can ruaa.... &28 Hjn sett.... e0 Mooa riiei.II ST inca watkr mis oar. eaalyBeok. 1 e OevJilanS. 3 IS I Baa Gate... 4 OS A rrrrad Wiosnttoir. Aug. IS. fs Koordland. Nickels. Antwem Fs Lahn. llellraere. Southampton, He cur of New Tort Lewis, Liverpool f s F.ntellv linroa. Ulbraltar. (a hoilrla. llaxter. Glasgow. s Wisconsin. Werrall. tjueenatown. refuvler. Cadogan. Rio Janeiro. f i r.amborongli KTas.r, Fort Maria. f Areonna, sirlekland. rilley a letaao, fs Atlantis. Wartlesa tit Kttta. ptmetlin. Mohatchom, Cleofaeges, Si Alvo, wpilatns, Kingston. eesratoga, Lelghtoo, ilavana f 1:1 Taso, Qutek. Near Orlaana rherokea. Jtearea. Jacasonntle. tlilp rraderlct Billings. Williams, rfayre. JJaik I'aysoD Tocker. Oakes. Serine. troi later arrhrals see Irsi rafe, jtRntD trot. SiTreva, from If eir Tork. at Fonthamrton. 6s Paula, from !w Tort at Hamburg. EsOerjianlo. from New vort on Brosr Flead. Si reunsylTama. rrom Sew lorg. at PsMTord, tt Frauee, from Now 1 ork, os the Uiam. PAllhr. mow roaatca euart. fs MatesHc from II verpool for Kaw Tort fis Havel, from rmiirbaiupton ror New York. tt Briaetla, from Uarre for Near Vora. ecrcotaa siumgira, tad n-tav. . - JraiUCtoia. TiurttltaO. Clenfnegoa. Naaaas ... I no P. M. 3 ion r. K Niagara. Havana. 0 10 A. M. ll:cOA.t Noroiannia. elouihampton... wuiAM, I2 00M. Orinoco. Uernttida look VC b-vo v v Hbarlan, Qlaagow InrOOA.'M? Sagtnaw.br. Domingo lwul'. K. l.oat.u. sail re-rsorrow. CTr"e. Oiartsston skm T at City of JJIrmlaghain, 8vn- Ota ... ..-..M Broo r. h. DicoaraA eraiKsanre. Pnerla,, . Havre ......Agg. II itl'lam Amsterdam... Aug. 13 Bothnia. ......... ...... OueenstoTm..w..M.. Aag. 10 bcanilia ...Ilambarg ...,M..MMS...Ang. IS vera Lisbon . . Aug. 11 Xsu Tttdav. Uuj. 23. Britannia ........Qn.fnitown Asa 30 fltyof noma Movllle ..Aair 21 yerslaa Uouarcb Lomlon Aug M werra soatbauipton.WMM....Aug. 20 Bu kalurdai, J.UQ. 2a Abyssinia Olbraltar.. ....... .Aug. is Alesla aibraltar. ..I.Aar is Beriuiiea.. .....Ft. Croix...... Ang. n wielaiio: Havre ...M Aug. la Columbia., ....... Southampton. ,., Aug, 23 Itrurla.. ....... ....(joeennown .......Aog. It Dut Suflat, Aug.ta. Vsrtello.. Hen rr n Alliance St. Thomas Aug. 5s Pa'I .,"" fieulB ,.......AOg. IS La Normanilte Uavre - - n. naj 23 lAit konlMv.Avv. SI. Tnmnrt...MM....n.TJavaBa...n, M...Aag. IT Clarinet -..fort Llmon.. Sug.7l Arlrons....... Oneeoslown... ....... ...ang. 28 Mas.. . ..foothamrton... Ang. zs Waeilane Hamburg .....Aug. is BEnnArX-rnorjTT.-Cn Tuemay. Aog. JB. at Geneva. H. Y., by the Iter. Tlenrr W. Kelson. Anna Hatllion Pronty to Edward K. Heddall. n,YNN-H(ll!NNITV,-On Wedneidar, Aer. 20. 1R9I, at 10 A. V.. at 6l reter't Church, New Unrhton K I., Joia J. Nylin, counsellor at law, of Neir York city, ta Mary Hale HcQtunlty ef Kew Prlghton, 3 L TtlOVI r-ON-HTJTrur.N.-At the reslaeuee of the brl le's sitter, tin N. II. Alderman, near Colo rado Springs, CoL, on Tuesday, Aug. 25. 1691, by the Iter ,'amss I. ConncIL rrancls A. Thompson of New York to I'.lla K t-utphen of Brooklyn, daugh ter of the late William It Botplien of freehold, it. J, XZ3DX. ANnniSON.-OnTDeilay. Aug. 25. at Hew naves. Conn , Mary Anderson, aged 20 years. BOYI.IX-st her lata residence. 500 Welt 3f th at, Margaret Ko)le, belored wife of Michael Boyle. Funeral Thursday, Aug. 27. lilt A III.i:T.-On Monday, Aug Ii, al Late BTaao-' tine, John J. lirad'ey. yoiiaralservleaiat pl ratrlck's Cathedral, on There day, Aug 27, at 10 so a M, Itelatlvet and frlssde are respecifnlly Invited te attend. Members ol tha Homer Club are reipeetfully re quested to attend the funeral services ot John J, Pradley from the eaihedral, .lib ay, on Thursday, iTth Inst , at to A. II , without further notice. ORO. T. lidtiLIKOER, rrsildsnt. CHAR HIIOKOOlip, eeeratary, BIIANTIKMIIAH.-OnTaesdaymornrng.Aug 2 In New Turk city, Joseph J. SraattDlham of Rock , foril. III. Interment at Itoekford. lir.ONH(I.N,-un Tuesday, Aug. at Fair navan, Conn, Edward, ros of Richard W, aud Pora A. Bronion cf front at , agsd la years and 7 mentha. CAUIf.l.. tin fuel ley, An.:. 3 at Hartford, Conn., John Cabinet Si Houlli Froepeet it, aged Slyeara CA-JlV.-Oii lueslay Aug i nt Prldgeport, t'ouu,. William II. ( asey, je,l Til years. Trleitds are Invito I 10 attend the fonerat from his late rcillence, '.1.0 rcmlrnv.e st 011 Thurday fore noon at e1, o'clock, and from St. Marys Church at 10 o'clock. CAltlS.-Uii Tuesday, Aug S3, at Hartford. Coan, va, daughter of Jcha and Sella Carr, agsd e monthi. Fuueral prlvare. CO AN. -On Monday, Aug 24. al Central Park, I- I, Mora ll wife ot lllchard V Coan of New Haven, Conn, aged 7.1 ) ears Interment at Evergreen Cemetery, New Haven, Cona. C'OI'I'. At Llberon, N, J., on the 23d Inn. Wllltara Colt nt Brooklyn, In the 771b year of his age. Relatives and frleu1s aro Invited to attend the fa pueintTk'ti, which will to bell at the reslleuee et ( I A..,. , - fleorte Tt. Frentlss. TT 11m ylaoe, Brooklyn, ,J Thursday, Ang. 27, at 3 so F. II. CONWATr-Tiiidtr merntar. Xnt. J ea hetMst I btrltiday, Margarsl Adfir Ceok, relfst ef Them as , Conway. Funeral frern her late reslieaee. 4H Pnlea ea. teg aaj. Ire,,rtinrsday. Ant. IT, at J tie F, M, rrtesaaaaV ' ntel Cnaio.-r.llrabeth U., wife at Janse A.0nlcaa4 danghter of tha lata t. S. HUeock. runaral larrlces Thuriday, Aug. 27, at her resides, .' 1 Tth it, f oath Breoklyn. TJEBt.otN.-Seddaily, em Aug. It, narrMAWhav , levedwlreol w Illlam to. Deblels, aged M yean Sat ' menir.s Belatltes aat frlaida ala manhera et Hewer Ledge, Ko. eo, I. a o. r., are reaps otfoTry rnvttede , attend her funeral from her late rtsldaica, aerthaast corner lUSth it. and Anjiterdam , ealpansaay; Ang 17. at 10 A K. Ill: rottr,ST.-At Olsn Ceve, U t.eo TSMlay. t An, is, Fanny K., wtf a et Wnilara n. Da fereat aat dangliter of the late Samreel Nevlus tt raUaAataeVta. Funsral larrteei will ba held aa Tharaday at Calvarr Chnreh, Ksmratt, V. J, ea the arrival ot JtJO T. ht, , train from fool of Christopher and Barclay rat. It ts reirtieetee tht no rlowere be sent ; KDDT.-In NcTwalk, on the 2M ImU ra Jaaei a. Kddy, srtfa ef Oeerge K Sdfy et MaeM,aM, aged 15 yean. VEI.TK.-Oa Tnssdar, Xvt. 3s, Florest Fatte. asaat ' rs rears. 1 funeral sarrteeialhta lit rsrITine. J3S IaeSIth st, en Thnrrtar, Ang. rt, et 10 A. ht n h), 1 innaael ; ad thai no flowen be teat. nr.IIEBtl.riN.-Oa Monday. Ana. X. levtl trad er Ick Flederletn, aged ST yaara Funeral from hts daughter's reildtaaw, aMSWeaSMat ' at., Thnriday, Aug. 2 J, at 10 A M. Fleaea eamtl daa tn. rOKHENTRaV-On Aag. 39, lathsg A-wtta t "' George Forrsatar ef this city. Funeral (errleea at her late raiUenee. inTiilesaas ar. en Friday at 13 M. xelatlvea sad rrtiaaSaay i vlted to attend. Tntarmeal at WhlU FUlaa. 3OKi:il.-0n Tuaavtay, Aug. , at narlSard, tsas, I Infant sen of Frederick and afary defar et e)eetiaAl j ptaea, aged e mentha. Fnneral private, ' eaoVJcilACX.-Arser a nngsrtnf ntaeea, Seaasy GoudehanB. Funeral Thursday momtng at a'ereet frogi hlg lata residence, 110 Baal Slat at, TrtKie.Kr.-ThemasnHtiefthaeeeiiTeeMlea) art rcipaeKoriy requeued to attend theraaesjalef Mr. Henry Ooadahau fretahle lata reaiaaate, Its Feat ei st 11, ob Thursday morotaral Se'alsek, WSUs- ;. out terCiar ntnlea, By order of the FraahteaA i HBa STBBK, isweaan. niCIP.T.-ll Bridgeport, Oeaa- as BrodajA ABht 13. Mary Ulehay, wad 43 years. 1 Friends are In rind te attend the faaarat fmm haaT r late residence. 44 State at, ea -in1iy fsiesatim at erso e'eleoh. aad fna Sacred Heart CtMrak al o'clock. - noi.T.-Ia Korwaxa, on ths Bid last, Betty atwh widow of Hobert Hotl, arad S yean aad I asaanav Interment at Fhlladelphla, Fa, HUTClllNSON.-lt reursburc Ta, ea Bnadajh i Aug. 23, 1901, Samuel C. Uutchlnsen, aged 41 yaara, only brother of James Hutablnson ef this cltg. Funeral and Interment oa Thnnday a FeaanVan, Ta. tAHABOr.-on Friday, Aug. 31, at hUlata rata. dsnee, 21T Adatphl tt, Brooklya, BdWatd Xaaaagde, aged 47 yaara. Funeral private. Farts paptra sleaaw eery. Z.ENAB AN.-Os Monday, Aug. 34, a Mew hTavaa, Cona, Jamse Xjenahao. - Friends ar Invited to attend th fascial frees hit late residence, ltrKdgeweed avenue, ea ThatedaaF forenoon at S:30 o'aiock, aad frora It, htary't Ohatrak atee'eleek, X.OBDEI.1V-Tn Bnffala OB An.2S, Almlse afeaJger, widow of Henry a LobdeU and aether ef th Bana Dr. Fraaela Lobdan. rector t TrkaJty Chareh, aaV '' falo. la tha 87th vea of her ua. " Fnnerai aervlsat st 81. Aadraw't Chareh, eth ar. aae) ' 127th st, on Thursday, Aug. 27, at 10 a'eleek A at. MAItTIN.T-Ang. 23. Jena C Martta, tea at tha late t John aad Jane Martin, alto adopted aon ef kUrgaret Osborne, aged 2a years. , rnneral tervtoet an the restdene et Mra. at AlUtd, 133 Wait side a., Jersey Oily, Thnnday evealaf, Ang 27, ate o'clock. Frlaoaa ere oerdlaUy tavteed to attend. Interment at Philadelphia. FhlUoalaaU '' papers p'ease eepy. BCOI.ITon.-0n Tuesday, Ass. 39, al Harefard, -. Conrt, Maggie, danghter et Fnderltk aad Batata Motlter, agsd a months. Fnneral yrlvate. M'CABTHTlDt 2a at bit Meadoaea, 44 BeraM it, wmiaaa J., eldait sea tt Mr. Annie and tha late ' Fatrlek MeCarthy. , Funeral from Et, Beniard'a Chareh, tatnrday at 10 1 A.M. I MtOt7I7NKSB. On Tueeday, Aat. tl, Mlehael VeQamneaa. age 21 yean, attire of atetm, eottaly Lalrrira, rraland. Belativea and frlendt are Invited te attend hie fmsetel from the reildanre et bis brothar, FotU MeOalaaeaa. 1ST Cegraw at, Srooklro. Friday. Aag. JS at JF.M. latar- mant al noly Cross Cemetery, Flatboth. NILBEN.-Suddenly, eo Aug. 34, a M. at, AJhagt X, . Nelsen. tn the sSth year ef ala at. Relatives aad friend! are Invited to attend alt faaata, from his late residence, Whltaatesj. U L, aa Taatre day.Aug.27.H4r.lt BOWI.AND.-At Tonken. V. T, Att. M, ISat, John Rowland, la bis 24 year. Funeral aerrlcaa on Thursday. Any. 37, atfr. ht. at his lata realdeaca. 3 Poplar il SKII.ER.-In Brooklyn, Aat. 33, Catharine saner, la tha 07th year ef her age. Relatives aad friends are Invited to attend her famer al from her late residence, 1,10 Broadway, ea Thursday, Aag. 37, at half pan B A M.i theaaa ta the Chureh ef Our Lady of Good Counsel where a requiem mats will he eStrad fer the rtsoe at her soul. To Holy Croat Cemetery fer tatersteat. taa Franelteo pspirt pleaae eepy, BKI.NNr.t,-On Tuesday. Aug. 2. at Bew aUvea. Conrt, Mrs, Vary L. tTkiaaea. Frlendt are Uvrted to attend tha fuaeral fron hay lata realdeaee. 194 Ashmua at, oa Thenday Attar noon, at 8 o'clock. STUBQES.-On Monday, Ami. 34. al New Hares, Conn , Careline K. Sturgea. Funeral private. O'ONEB.-Ei-Aldennao Fatrlek Toner. Funeral from his late residence, 173 East Sadat. a half patt I r. M. Thursday. Fan Frtsotwe aad Fhll adelphla papers please copy. THirPE.-BnddinIy. la New York elty, Ang, (, Frederick Wright, tea ot Joseph EaaaUtaad Irtaa beth Danoa Trlppe. Salatlvat aad f rlsndt are invited ta ttlead the fusaral : sarvleae al hU late rutdence. I2S Weet Tlat it, Thursday at larnoen, th 27th, at 4 syeleek. meads are kindly requested not to sead newer. "WAI.sn.-Os Tuesday, Aug. 2a, 1M1. BeUte Waaah, yougett child ef Fatrlek and Csthsrla Walah, aged S monlht and IS days Tha ralaHvea end frlendt ef the ferafly an ritrin fully invited to attend the funeral from the rate dene other parenta. Ue Weil Jtta tt, oa Thind Ang. 37, Ifei, al t ilo p. M. IiUnaent la Calvary. cCpfrifll fttsWttt. brown'n ifOTjF.nor,i panacei. TIIB OBEAT FAIN BEMaJVBlt ynrt interna! irDnF.ffEBNAX csb. Curai Cramp. CollcTcoldi. and all palna 25a a bottta JJ1JIBS RUSSEtL LOWELL THU i Illustrated London News uhtEBicAjf nmoif) TPOJC efa-Xeafiaat fltO ! I NOW READY. j i Contains, besides many other attraottra f tures, at A7auefrtei(r JForfraif of th Ut 1 JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL, Price, only Ten Cent. FOR BAtB AT AZ.I. BfBWal fiTAUfBaf, Or sent to any address upon rtettpt ot price. Hew York Office. I4I Wort. BnlUlm. 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