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HAHNEMANN AND ST. JAflES.
A DO. BELL 8.1 TS 11E COXBISTEKXLT FOL-
y ' ions she mmcKTTs op xioxn.
The Anion of the Narraaaatt Coaptation
In llernalne lo Tnk J Iho Chargea
Acnlnat Illm Amounted, 111 Frlmda
Mi, 10 Pinctleal Kannerntlon.
Dr. Jnmo 11. Doll of Boston wan not ox
polleil from tho International llahnomnnnlnn
Aneodntlon atlti Convontlon. hold nt Nnrrn
canseM l'lor on Juno 31, and eorao of tlio
tnoDibori ol tills association nro Indignant bo
causi) llio Donrd ol Consorit vrus not allowed to
I re io it on tlioiliarifcs that .had boen mudo
.Jj auuliif-t him.
M Dr. Dull Is a well-known homccopathlo
phjulolan In llouton. Ho was President o! tho
linlitioiiiannlnu Association last roar, and a
few dam boforo tlio Convontlon assembled It
bocanio known that chareos had boon pre
ferred against him on two gonoral counts,
Tim llrst was based on an addross tnado by
Dr. Uoll beforo tho Christian Alliance In Bos
ton on tho subject of Dlvlno h online. Those
who woro opposed to Dr. Doll asserted that In
this sermon he advooated "Christian sclcnoo"
and tlio "fnlth cure," contrary to tho dec
laration ot principles ot tlio association.
His second count was bnsod on the stato-fit-lit
that In his practice nt tho MnMachu
tettsH"inu'opiithlo Hospital he had used tlio
Bunion's Unite In thirty-four cases whero tho
dliensomlsht hno boon curod bx modlclncH.
Tills 1h contrary to tlio traditions ot homn;
vpntliy. Tlio Hahnomnnnlnn Association Is
an olfilioot of tho Amorlcnti Institute of Ho-xnu-opithy.
nnd was oririinlzod In 18S0.
HlncothoConxoiitlon some of thomombors
have doclnred that tho association, in Its do
Biro to suitress tho charcos ngalnst Dr. Boll
unduMiM dlssonBlons. roJo much shod over
tlio (.oiHlltiUlon nnd all prooodentf. The ac
tion "f lh" 0 nvontlon and Dr. Boll's defonco
v.i i mnde liuiilir M'tPiiiny.
When Dr. I.nll wiib untitled sovcrnl months
ni;o Unit those vhan.'MM liiul boon mndo
iijrnin i lilni lie pri'imrnd his defonco
nnd with tho consent of tho Chairman of tho
Board of Connor ho oolit It In pamphlet form
to oory memhor ot tho association. Tlio
chaws were linfou'd by Dr. Ilnrlyn Hltch
inck if It' Uroiulwiij. nnil it was known that
tluee of the llo.ml of Censors supnortod them.
Dr. Hp'l'" friend" wir now that only five mem
bers of tUo apsocli'.tlon wero lntmioal to Dr.
"j'orymoinbor proRont." said Dr. Thomas
DllliiiRhiim of -It! West Thlity-slxth stroot
List nlirlit. " had roeehed n copy of this pnm
phli t. In which Dr. Dell olTorod his explanation
unil defence. Wo had nsbomblod In thu Con
volition for buclnesB. All of the members
present, ocept live, wero lrlondly to Dr. Bell,
and It was understood that tho report of tho
Board of Censors clonrcd lilmofthn chnrKon.
Wejotcil not to reoelvo this report, however,
to avoid n uioless discussion. Dr. Bell Is a very
reliKloiii mun, and oory one who knew him
knew that tho charges wero unfoundod."
This action left the charces atcnlnst Dr.
Bell tlll pending. Dr. Dillingham nays that
they will i.oer lio revived. Ab soon as tho
Convention voted not to recetvo tho report of
tho B mrd of Consors. Dr. Bloglor. tho
Chnliman of tho Board, roslcnrd. hut ho
was persuaded to withdraw his roslKna
tlon. D.. Jtushmore of riainflcld, who was
nlinii mi-mber of tho Hoard of Censors, was
elei toil President to succeedI)r. Boll. The fact
that Di. Bull was not re looted did not mean
thnt Urn us-n- I dion win. dissatisfied with him.
liowi er. for it I . customary to elect now offi
cer'. oery ye ir.
Di. l.elf. Indofenco of iho eharco that in his
julutoK it t) e I'mk Street Church in Boston
1 on "iMlno lle.illns from n Medlcnl Htnnd-
.i 1 1 r. t ' h advanced ld ifi that Wero tneon-
eKltrt with tho principles of tho llnliuo-
' Eiiiiinlan homiwrnthy. mss:
" 1 iimi henllriK Is a rollKlous toncnintr hold
by a -mall mlnorit) in tho church unlvursnl in
nil tli eontuiles. nnd always and only by
i thos who are truly orthodox in their Ronernl
belief, ii'id ospeeiixlly in the lnt ouarter ota
c ntur liy a Inruor company In nil the churches
who ate lool:iu for tho personal return of tlio
3 onl .fc-sus Christ tusof ud the kingdom of
Oid on earth.
"In pro cti co it consists simply In obcyinc
Jaroe, .. 14: 'Is any sick amoni; you ? Let
lilni eu'l forthe VldeiR ot tho church, nnd let
tlmni pray over him, nnolntinK him wltli oil in
tie I nine of t liu Lord; and tho prayer of faith
i sh ill mo the fel.,.ind the Lord shall ralso
lilLi up." It Is. thuroforo. un appeal directly to
tho utlior of horn. i-op.ithy ami of nil nood for
Ills p-rsonah Intervention, without tho use of
r.nv monns whatner. Like all Clod's alfts.lt
U fruo to ull who can recoio it without
morwy nnd without prleo."
Dr. Doll s-iysthat "Divine honlinc is not
a system of medicine, it i- not siilnntlflc. It is
' no ilni to hfimn-npitliy. and It Is ery dlUor-
' ont from "Chilstlnn science."
"Mv iidilnss." continues Dr. Boll, "was
Kiv n before a rellclous meeting, upon what
is, t" thoie win. hold It. a strictly relluloiiH
puhjo't, lint to which I believo it to bo my
ritilit as a niofesslonal man to lend the weight
ot m piofeisb mil nume: that the weak faith
of in inv. si lTe-iiid from Incurable chronio
dlei.irn. mlKhl lnibtrini!thpncdiiint.andnniiir,
ns eioRt of theiu had done, allopathic dosinu
nnd driicc'iic. nnd If you look nt my address
joii will s. o that a !i.n;p 1 ortlon of It Is do
otn' to p- linilii k the hearers that ir is far
belter to uHe up tnls nlloputhlc dosinu. ovon
It tie j have no fulfil In Oort.
"j ut Mime of inv enlloiRUes have inforred.
I think, that I wns nb.indonlni; homoeopathy
nnd i Hi' ti'in DhlneheaMiii'. This mlKht bo
tine If wl at 1 defonded wns Christian "iclonco.
but, iv .il ready oil.iined. heallns In
mutter to rner does not liolnim tn phy
sii I ,i.i or ti 'he ilers.' ht't to tho ('huii.li. and
to the eldeis. prisle fois. or dcncoiiH. and n. I
r.n if ltlier npnof tliese, 1 am not competent.
And i esldrs this I mil devoted, with tho
v, Inle enthusiasm of my nature, as I liae
been for tliiity-tlneo ean to tlio study nnd
lini'tiic of pure linni'i opatliv, with mi ""r In
oiO'isluz 1 'Miot it. and cntil'dVuco in It. ns one
of (lo.l'i b't ,'lfts to man. on the natural
Dr. Dillingham said that thoro wns now
haitmiiy in the association, and that thero
was no loundn'lon for the rumor that tho or
Biinlnllon would he disrupted ns a result of
tho Nari.iganv tt Conwutlon.
J J l. !' It ATI I'll' 8.
It VTx J.lUo Pnllliit: Troth tor Brodeky,
lull !? IIM If AVItli CIls Ujnn Cluli.
Do Ate dlntrlct rntlllod the action of tho Mln
neap din Couvuntlon last nluht. Tho rooms of
the John . Lo'an Clifhat firnnd and Ludlow
(tre"t wer- k lyly ilecoratod with buntlnu and
jorti..iii of the (.indldntes when tho frlonds
of Johnny lli'odsky and Martin Knuol, who
nro u '-.. in control of tho club's affairs, tath
ore.l to listen tu the spoakors.
I l'residont Johnny Iliudsky, in thoiiloryofa
llKlit-coloro'lstimniorsult nnd ncraudfathor'a
but, had . ome dov.'ii from his Harlem rcsl
(teiiii(i to preside. He ind his friends ran the
me II ii lit" suit IheinHohea. District Leader
btliurinnnn nnd his followlnc of uillcoholders
worn not prcnent
Jo' nny called the mootl.nB to ordor, and ox
presod reirret for the falluro of tho spell
blmlors who had boen oxpootcd. Frank J,
, Hart In, I ome talent, dlsctinsod the tarilTIna
Jr le.ittii'd manner, and referred to thear
tlclo allow, d to lo admitted free under the
rucitirniitv clause of tho JfoKInley bill as tho
. foiirlhliiBSIlttocat sugar, hides, coHoo, and
Johnny Simpson, tho Bepublicnn loader in
tni' Mth district, was espied in tho renr of tho
hull and was called on for a speoch. Ho made
one. Ini' wns not vory well rcolvo'1 when ho
uimouucud that ho was nu oriuinul Harrison
Atnitterrpt toirot IVnBlilentBrodsky toorato
Wii -net with tho statement:
'tn ntlemiin. you nil know how I feel with
rcfe piieu to thisnomitinlion. 1 prefor to pro
rnie myself carefully before I muko a speooli
I .iolinny wirn a lllnlno man from top to toe.
5,i'l has not jut iicnvored from his cluiKrln.
ustoins InspeetorThoodore P, Ituhlesald:
i.i erhody knows that this club was for
3.1 lino. To.niKtitwnwintto mnko it known
We urn for Ilarrlsoii. Tliero hns been a Rood
deal of talk about usln this district. They say
we nro split up. and call us Kchurmnnnltes.
Brn; skvltos, Lncolitcs, ilartlnltos, liuhlo-
"And Israellios," Intorjccted a man In tho
audi' in e, who brought down tho liouso. bro'jo
ii the oiator. nnd causod an adjournment
loMiilair.i for beer.
, Tin- Hiinn Uulde to New York.
V'fifK di ijiieilUmt ailed rvrrv day by the
turns anil ntuens of Vie American metropolis.
Puujtttiuiu to tightteers and practical nifurma
tuit, fr practical people. The Sun willpubtith, in
fimcyorujcafffuf Commlrtiii Celebration next Oc
fnfor, a complete, unfile, nnd practical guidebook
to (Au nil. It inff teli xiitor$ what the nohls
oi e, how to rraih tlitm, trhere to lod-je and board
while hire and tho coit, ichere to do vholetale
orretiwl thoj ping, how to amuse thenwlrei, and
itt rert irhui iceary of tigtdseeinj. It villi be at.
traiUieiu pi mtrtU pleasant to read.and thetub.
fectMattir trill be diftdeil and arranjedin atcau
toiimiietlelMnlieinlls. ' The retail price will be
- rfiif ;iri ropy. TU tun's Guide will also offer
"in quailed and exceptional opportunities to adrer
titeis. Those who wish fm titer tnfortnatlon on
U su',Jert should adli-ess The Guide JJvokJJc
Imod of the Xew lor Sun. (
Titian oiw cosTnAcrons.
A New Plan of the Iron Lenem (a Meet the
Action orthe nnlldtac Mtrtnl Men.
Tho plans ot the Iron Loasuo to offset tho
trlkos ordered by District Assembly 253 K. of
J atrslnst J. B. A J. M. Cornoll tn retaliation
(or tho look-out ot the anion houscsmtths bo
Banlo assumo doflnlto form ycetcrdny. An
Important mcotlne of tho Exooutlvo Commit
too ot tho Iosruo was hold at the rooms ot tho
Bnlldinc Trsdes Club. 127 East Twonty-third
stroot. at which tho plan most favored was tho
tormation of a company or corporation for the
supply of bulldlnc materials In order to bring
to a Bpoody end tho strikes of tho publlo cart
men, brick handlors. and comontmon ordorod
by District Assombly 253.
J. M. Cornell was unwllllnn to talk about tho
mootlnz. " No doflnlto notion was taken," ho
said. ''At least no doilnlto action which It
would be prudont to mako publlo now. Thero
Probably will bo nothing Important done until
Wodnosday next,-when thero will bo another
Superintendent Cooper of tho Jnokson Archi
tectural Iron WorkB was nioro communicative,
Vo doclded to-day." ho said, "to notify tho
building material bosses, who aro about lliteon
In number, that unless they supplied tho ma
terial to tho bulldincs wo would start n com
pany oursolves to supply brick, sand. lime,
cemont, and othor materials to onable tho
lirtcklnyors nnd masons to keop abreast with
tho Iron work. If wo stort such a company It
Will bo no temporary ooncorn. It will come to
stay. Throo or four of tho larRoet boss
masons In tho etty nro wlllinR to no in with
tho Iron Loaeue In the plan, and thero would
bo plenty of capital. Via nre dtsRiistcd with
matters as they stand now. Either tho mate
rial men must furnish in with tho stuff in a
very short tlmo or wo will furnish it ourselves.
o can cot all tho non-union help wo want,
ovon to tlio onalneors and dorrickmen."
Mr. Cooper said that tho Jackson Archi
tectural Iron works would bo shut down until
Tuesday to mako noeessary ropnlrs, and that
the shut down had nothine to do with tho
No new strikes woro ordered yestorday. In
fact, the leaders soem puz7led what to do.
Tho work of repaying tho streets with eran
lto blocks, which has been grently delayed by
tho Kranlte workers' and pacrs' strike, has
boen resumed on nil contracts In this city, ae
cordlnc to Commissioner tlllroy, who says
that all of tho work begun will bo completed
Tho Board of Walking Dolcg itoB met yester
day nnd olectod John Tnsker of the Ktoam
Fitters. President, and Aloxander Martin of
the Steam 1'ltters' Ilolpors. Treasuror. Tho
statistician and tlio secretary will bo appoint
ed next Wednesday. Patrick Hennessey was
rculoctnd Walking Dolegato of the United
Brotherhood of Carpenters, nnd l'iorco J.
Butlor wns mnde Walking Dologato ot tho
Kollanco Labor Club of Marblo Cutters.
TtlK GOYRRXMEXT rUTAXCFS.
Customs Bscvlpte for the Year Were Self
00,000 Lre Than Last Year.
WisnisoTON. July 1. Tho monthly publlo
dobtstatomont. Issued from tho Troasury Do-
partment to-day. shows a reduction In the debt
during last month of $l,8'20r003. and during
tho fiscal year closed yosterday of $11,380,200.
Tho total debt to-day. less $126,C0Z377 gold
resorvo and net cash balance. Is $841,520,403.
and of this omount S5H0.020.330 is interost
bearlng debt rtado up of $5oO,C04.K10 four
per cont. nnd $25,304,500 two per cont. bonds.
The surplus in tho Treasury, inoluding tho
$100,000,000 gold greenback redemption fund,
is $120,002.37". against about $154,000,000 on
July 1 a year ngo. Of tho surplus in tho Treas
ury, national bnnkdoposlatorieshold 517.330,
f'H, against S2.700.41H on July 1. 18111.
Government receipts from all sourcos during
June aggregated $31,210,117. or half a million
more than in Juno. 1801: customs rocolpts
wero $14.(118.405. against $14,108,745 in June
a year ago. and Internal rcvenuo receipts woro
S14.77IU122. or nearly a million mora than in
Tho receipts lor tho fiscal year just closed
aggregate $.r0.033.302. against $401,070,102
during tho precodinp year.
Customs rocolpts durincltho year just closed
aggregated $17i.i8.'i,lKM.or forty-ono and a
halt millions less than during tlio preceding
yoar: Internal revenue receipts woro $153.
043.255. or nearly eight millions more thnn In
tho preceding ear, nnd reccints from miscel
laneous sourcos wero $22,520,175, or about
live millions less than during tho preceding
Whilo tho revenues of the Government for
tho Inst fiscal year wero $45,000,000 less thau
during the previous yoar. tho expenditures
aggregated $301,348,000. or twonty-elght mil
lions less than during the preiedtog year.
TTtT BET O.V IiVSKKL'S FlllK
Boecnbtntt Anke ilnellee McKeon to Get
Uaclt for Illm the 850 lie I.ot.
A case was tried beforo Justice McKoon in
the Sovontli District Civil Court yosterday af
ternoon In which William Bosonbiatt en
deavored to rocovor $50 which he had put up
against $10 wagurod by Tony Milior. who has
a saloon nt Thirty-ninth streot nnd Third ave
nue. The Lot grew out of a contention ns to
tho amount of insurance money John Bunkel.
a slioo dealer nt Thirty-ninth street and Third
nonuo, would receive on account of tlio burn
ing of Ills store about a month ago. Miller
contended that $5.1)00 would cover the loss,
whilo Bosenblatt was willing to wagor $50
against $10 that it wouldn't. The.moneywas
put in the minds of Mr. It. (ioodman. Itunkol's
loss, ns presented to tho insurance company,
was $4,000, and a settlement was n ado for
Itosonblatt a few days prior to the filing of
tho proof of claim told Goodman not to turn
his part of tho money over to Mlllor. but
Oondman paid tho wager to tho winner.
Bosenblatt thon brought suit to recover his
?."(!, asBorting that he had withdrawn his bet.
Lawyer H. W. linger. District Attorney NIcolPs
clerk, appeared as counsel for -Miller. Henry
titolnoit of eounol for the Health Board, who
represented Hosonlihitt, admlttod tlmt the
terms ot thu bet were as claimed by tho plain
tiff, but declared that tho transaction wns
illegal, nnd that his client should hnvo his
Judgo McKuon told both sides to submit
Ot.V. JOUSSIOfi, CtinmiSHIONEIt,
The Prrnldent Appoints an And-T.ollery
Xiruder a Mr. Tbompon' hareeiior.
Washington. July 1. The President sent to
the Benato to-day the name of George D. John
ston of Louisiana, to bo n Civil Service Com
missioner, vice Hugh 8. Thompson, resigned.
Mr. Johnston was u Brigadier-General in the
Confederate Army, serving from Alabama.
Aftortho war ho wont to Louisiana, and re
mained soveral years, returning to Alabama
to tiiko eharco of Agricultural Cnlfero at
Tuscnloosa. Thencohewent to South Caro
lina, whoro also he was ut the head ot a Htnto
institution ot learning,
About a year ago Mr. Johnston took up his
residence a second time In Louisiana, ami bo
on mo actlvo In tlio anti-lottery campaign then
bolng waged. Ho visltod the North as afi
agent of tho antl-lottory organization. His
appointment was urged by the Louisiana and
Mississippi Senators especially. Senator Whltq
speaks of him as an excellent man. and tho
appointment as admirable. It does not moot
the approval of tho entire Louisiana delega
tion, however, an by some his residence Is
consldorod to be too recent to entitle him to
recognition ns a Louishinlan. Gen. Johnston
is about 55 roars old.
CampulKnera of the llrmncriillc C Inh,
Jefferson M. Levy was eloctcd Inst ovonlng
Chairman ot tho Campaign Committee of tho
Democratic Club, at a mooting hold nt thaclub
house, 017 Fifth avenue. Tho othor officers
chosen wero Thomas E. Crlmmlns and Joseph
F. Mosher. Vice-chairmen; William K. Curtis
and Ulibort D. Lamb. riocretnrlca, and J. Iiock
woll Fay, Treasurer. ... .
Chairman Levy appointed E. D. Noustndt,
Charles F. Allen, ltemsen Brooks, Edward 1,
O'Dwyer, and A, Wnlker Otis on tho Com
mittee on Finance. Other committees to bo
appointed aro on organization, clubs, theatres,
conforonoo. nnd local organization.
Ibe Clrrret Inqnrst.
Tho inquest which Coronor fihoa nnd a jury
held yestorday in tho case of Max Clorget, who
wns shot dead in tho Gonernl Sessions on
Monday by Edward Divln. lasted less thnn
half an hour. Without leaving tils seat tho
foreman said: ...... t , x ,
" Max Clerget camo tu his doath by a pistol
shot llrod by tho prlKonor.". . .
Divln wnH remanded to the Tombs to await
tho notion of tlio Grand Jury.
A Fcrrybout Hi C'olllelco.
Thoro wns a collision nt 0:10 o'clock yestor
day morning botwoen the ferryboat Baltlo of
tho Wall stroet line and tho tugboat Oliver
Baker. It ooourrod ns tho ferryboat was leav
ing her slip at tlio foot of Montague street in
Brooklyn. Tho tugboat was going down tho
rhor closo to tho slip, when tho ferryboat
struck bor noar tho stern with muoh forco.
'J'lie tug was badly stove in, and one wheel and
the shaft of tho Baltlo wero brokon. The Baltlo
had to bo laid up for ropalrs. No ono was in
jured in tlu collision.
UorvAii ft ureal ttosm nopcl cliftiiliiif And renoiatlnff
wutk, UoaUu) uJ 47IU L Kiel fur urcultr. Adt.
A BAD DAT FOR HARVARD.
irei anar jvo match run x'aa clbak
cut acumens op tale.
A Grent Crowd on the Ilaaha of the Thames
TCateh the Old.tlmn Tarsllr Crewe Bo
nattte, but Ther w a Oae.eMd Bate
Harvard In the Hear from Hlart to Fla
Uti, and HeTcrnl or Iter Hen Collapeed.
Nkw Ixido!. July 1. Thoro wero bomoclos
on Harvard's aholl to-day. Thoro was pot
lead on Yalo's. As a result tho Yalo boat
slipped about eighteen boat longthe away
from that of Harvard In the tour-mile straight
away pull. Yalo's boat mado tho dlBtanco in
20 minutoB 48 seconds: Harvard's shell did
not cross the lino until 54H soconds lator. It
wns evident bofore tho first halt-mile Has was
roached that Harvard could not win. Tho
Yalo men finished in fine style. Not bo with tho
crimson oarsmen, howovor. Theyshotdown
tho last quarter of tho watery lino mookod by
two rows ot roaring cannon, scroochlng whls
tlofl. clanging bolls, and howling humanity.
Tho whoto crow collapsed. Oummings nnd
Wlnthrop wrigglod a socond in their seats
aftor thoy stopped rowing, relinquished their
grasp on tho oars, and then koelodovor, Capt
Kolton got out ot tho shell and lay down upon
tho float. Ho waB in a semi-conscious condi
tion for n while.
It wns tho first tlmo slnco those contests
have taken place on tho Thames that the
woother wob unfavorable. A driving rain
storm Bot In early In tho morning nnd kopt at
it until afternoon. Tho woathor. howovor,
had no apparent offoct on tho crowd. Bomo
tlilng like 50,000 porsons must hnvo soon tho
race. It was a panornma ot old ago,
middle ago, youth, and beauty. Thore woro
young women with doop blue oyoB. drossed In
dark bluo Rowns. with dark bluo ribbons drip
ping bluo drops of water on tho sldowaiks.
Thero woro othor young women In crimson
gowns nnd rofloctlng fair Harvard's color from
their chooks. Others woro combination cos
tumes with red and blue ribbons drapod to
gether. Thoy figured on being neutral beforo
tho raco and partisan aftor It had boon de
cldod. The young men who osoorted tho young
women woro white flannol trousers, with tho
bottoms turned up of course, and variogatod
blazors. All of them carried flags of thoir col
lege oolore. and a few ot tho faorod ones had
beon provided with unknown quantities of rib
bon by their sistors or somebody olso'B sisters.
The Croakor Houso was. as usual, the head
quarters for tho collegians. Tho Harvard con
tingent came down irora tho Poquot House
shortly after breakfast looking tired and
sleepy. Thoy had put in a wild night of It
The hotel managers had anticipated their ar
rival, and nrranged prominently what furni
ture was old and worn out As tho night wore
on the sport gotllvoly. Thoy sang and shouted
to their hearts' content Along toward mid
night this got too Blow for them, nnd they bo
f an pla) fully to smash glassware and furni
uro when it got in tholrway. Early this morn
ing the Pequot looked like a )unk shop.
The betting was lively up to noon, but the
Yale mon had to offer 100 to 70.
Evorybody In town went up the river In the
morning to see the Yalo-Harvard-Columbln
froshmon row their rnoo In tho rain. Whon
they got back thoy had barely time to got
dlnnor. Thero wns dinner In New London for
only nhout three-quarters ot tho gathering.
Tho other nunrtor had to go lningn or bo
satisfied with a dish of raw quahogs and
popper-sauce at tho fish markets. At a quarter
of 5 the observation train with nn engine
at either end moved slowly out of tho
jnrds for tho starting point. There woro forty
ordlnnry flat cars coupled together, with clr-cus-llko
seats ot hard, bare plno boards and
canopies of cloth. Every car was packed
with peoplo at $2.50 ahead. Fiftoonof tho cars
wore massed with crimson shouters and ilf
teen with bluo The rest woro divided- Each
shouter was armed with a tin horn, n buzz saw
rattle, or a red or bluo rooster with an awful
crow to tako the place of his voice.
Whon tho obsonatlin train arrived at tho
starting place, off Ba.'tlett Point, both of tho
crews woro already at their stake boats. With
onoortwoexcoptions.no steamer nttomptod
to follow tho crows down tho course. All tho
excursion boats and yachts wero anchored at
Intervals on either side of tho course. Prom
inent among tho yachts lying gracefully at
anchor wero the Sultana, Dauntloss. Alca'a,
Atlantic Beneca, Sylph. Intrepid, Sayonara.
l'onella. ltepose. Ladoga. Alort. I)en. Saga
more. Golden Fleeco. Fedalama, Constellation.
Badha. Vldetto, Viator, and Senator. Yale had
tho east or"Eol Grass" course, and Harvard
had tho west. The two crows, as they waited
for tho word, woro made up ob follows:
IIAliVAHI) 'VAI1KITY CREW.
PotUion. -Vfim'. I I'M. an f llnme. AiJK IJgl. WgM.
Bow V -N'WfU. -H. droit liar-
rlintton, Mr . .2'. 6.07 172
3 N llarloul 1)2. Salem. Mnff.22 Ml 118
U n S Hnltift li4.Hni.tnn.MitM 21 6. llj-a Irt'l
4 ft. Actnn, V. s. HutiiiK.N 1.23 0.00)$ mil
& C. K riiiiiiulDUK. '03 BoMnu.
Mum 21 1101 ISO
fl Y llWlntl rop'DI. New York a MIX 1
7 II II Ki-llon. 'J. 1-ttit Hub
banlKliin. Mam. ...30 0.00 1112
Stroke ... V Ian nn. il. :.. nnr liar-
b.ir. M 28 611 l(j
Coxswain .Yicmr Tliumas. 'Vo. Boston.
Average weight. 177
YALE YABMTY CBEW.
P.Wfoit. A.unt, Chum, tin rtiv -Ije. Ifghi Wohi.
Buw . .. y. A Jntinnon,'94. South Nor
olili I'nnn 21 6 10M 160
3 A. J llallkt 'U2. LelllKbton.
Conn . ... 28 6.07 1H5
a A. L. an Huyck. 'Ii3. South
!". lUaa . 22 C07K 100
4 It. ! I'nliie. 'IK. St. Angus-
tine, Fla ..21 BOOi 111
6 A. 11 Urates, '12, Drnoklrn,
N. Y .. . . 22 6 00 172
A J. A Ilarltrcll(captalD) M 8.
Jerseyrity, NJ .. ..22 BOI 1(18
7 S. II Ives. 'H.1 .New Ynrt. 21 0 00 17J
Stroke L. I'. (InlhuiJot.'U.I. WusliinK-
. Urn. p. (' 21 0 00 1S8
Coxswain, F. G Oluistead. , llarlforJ.
Averaie weixtit. KID.
lietereo Bhes asked tho men it they were
roady, and the next instant thoy wero off.
lale took tho wntor llrst, rowing nt tlio rate of
44 strokes to the inlputo. whilo Harvard was
rowing 411. Ono could readily sea that both
crews woro endeaoring to get tlio lead nt tho
very start, 'ialo feared that If llnrvaid got
ahead l'alno. Van Huick. and Johnson would
lose their norvo and go to pieces. Harvard
was nerous over Acton. Wlnthrop.nnd Waters
on the sniro point, Tlio Hat vara men did not
appe.irto bo upset by Ynlu's getting nway llrst.
as their shell forged fdowlyaheud. It kept
creeping along until it was uhout half a boat
length in udvnneo of Yale. Then tno lnlo
boat regained its lobt ground, and boforo tho
iialf-nifle flag was roached, had put Clearwater
between Its rudder and Harvard's bont. Tho
Yalo mon had dropped tho fast stroke with
which thoy started nnd wero pulling H7
to tho minute. Harvard ran down also, but
passed tho linlf-mllo Hag with a :t!l stroke. Tho
work of both crews was perfoet. Thero had
been no splashing. Tlio wntor was as smooth
as glass, and tho oars went In and out vory
rrom' tho half mile to tho mllo flagYalo in
creased tho lend to four lengths. Tho Yalo
men woro now rotting .'ID strokes, while Har
vard was pulling :t8. The Harvard ooxswaln
pumped tilt, body like nil possessed and
shouted to Ids mon to "lilt lior up." fitroko
Lynnin gritted his teoth nnd pulled llko an ox.
Bo did Cnpt. Helton, just bohind him. But
nothing thnt they could, do seemed to help
them any. Thu Vnfoshell kept slipping further
nnd further away, although tho men nppeared
to bo meioly practUing. lnlo had settled
down to a III stroke nt this point, which It held
tothellnlsh. . , .,
Although tho Hurvard coxswain know that
tho crimson crow could nnvor ovortnke tho
blues he kopt pounding away at them all tho
way. and oorymnn In tho slioll pulled for his
very life. Thoyspurtod tromendously. but tho
boot kept falling to the renr just the same. Thoy
woro gnmotn tho last, howovor. Tlio reforoo
aBked Capt. Kolton whilo ho was Ivlnp on tho
float whether ho had hoard tho starting word.
Helton said thut ho did not. Tho first Intima
tion he had of that fact was whon ho saw tlio
Yalo crow tako tlio wator. Tho tlmo by half
miles was as follows:
IHf'tmrt, Ytlr. IfinMrd.
ML, '. X. :
Otic-bait 2 28 2 St
line 6 VI 6 16
One Mid halt .7 .'12 7 47
Two 10 04 10 III
Tunanilalialf 12 3 13 111
Ttire 16 16 HI HI
Three ana a half, IN 0 lrt 4s
four . 20 4H 21 42
Tho officials of tho rnco wore; lloforoe-C,
I- Bhes. New York i;lty, Judges on the boat
For Ynlo. lloburt J, Conk, Philadelphia: for
llarnrd, C. V. Adams. Judges at the llnlsh
For Yule. T. I. Chnlfleld: for Harvaid, 0. II.
Hlado. Tlmo keepers-lor ialo, Ooorgo A.
Adce. New York: for Harvard, jVilsnn l'erklns.
NhwIlAVBN, July 1. hhorwood Blssoll Ives
of Now York city was this evening olectod
Captain of tlio Ynlo crow for novt year. los
has had threo years' exporlonco In bontlng,
and has been a faorlto of Bob Cook's from
tho etnrt. Ho rowod on his class crew, was a
substitute in '00 and '111, and would hnvo
rowed lust year but torn serious Illness. Un
is a popular man in the I)nl orsity, nnd ono of
tho host disciplinarians inlo has ovorhadon
Tho merabors of tho crew, with Bob Cook.
Georgo Aden, ox-Cart ltogers. and a scoro ot
othor old athletes, dined togothor nt Houblln's
to-night. Capt Josh Hartwell was tho lion ot
tho ovonlng, nnd sat at tho head of the table,
with Bob Cook on his left hand mid tho newly
elootod Capt Ivos on his right.
Pnsiest ami best trains to tho Berkshire Hills, via
XmW York Central (Harlem Dlvlslou). Bee time table.
" : '
All Other Baking Powders
Are shown by the latest United States Gov't Report
to be Inferior to the Royal in both Purity and
Strength. (See Bulletin 13, Chemical Division
of U. S. Agricultural Dcpt)
inv itouiroon drkakh dowx
After Oorerlnsr Tito Miles In A SllnnUa
S8 1-tt Hecoad.
Nkw TjOJTdox. July 1. Norman I Munro's
steam yacht Norwood, which was adt ertisod
to glvo an exhibition ot spood boforo the big
raoe of tho day, ran two miles in 4 mlnutos
28 1-B soconds. Bho mado hor first mllo in 2
mlnutos 15 soconds, and her second In 2 mln
utos 13 1-5 seconds, and would hivo undoubt
edly mado a better rooord forhorself If sho
had cot mot with ono of the numerous acci
dents which Boom Invariably to so with trials
of speed ot fast boats.
Hor (rial took placo aver the last two miles
ot tho 'Varsity course, starting nt the two
mllo flag just this side ot the Navy Yard, and
finishing at tho stakobont anchored oft tho
railroad bridgo. Thenccldent happened just
after tho first half-milo post was passod.andwas
caused by the high prossuro ot stonm blowing
a small hole in tho shoet-lron jacket of tho
bollor. AYhon It blow out it throw n cloud ot
ashes and dust over the machinery, and caused
,n considerable loss of eteam, which porcoptl
bly losscnod tho boat's spood. Although sho
Intondod to mako another trial, it was docidod
bost to postpono It
To tho spoctntors on tho yachts it lookod as
though sho was on flro. but it turnod out to bo
only tho escaping gas which was burning and
not tho boat
As sho crossod tho finish lino sho was salut
ed by cannons and whlhtlos from all tho yachts
and steam vossols which woro anchorod at the
finishing line. Among thoso who wntchod hor
trial was Norman L. Munro, her ownor. C. D.
Moshor, her doslgner. and Thoodoro Hollbron,
tho onglnoor ot hor rival, tho Vamooso.
VKBY EAST VOn TALE FBESUMBX,
Bat Colombia am narrard Had Quit a
Fall for the Plaer.
Nkw London, July L Tho twlco poBtponod
Yale-Harvard-Columbia freshmen two-mile
etralght-away raco was rowed at noon to-day
in a rain storm. The Yalo youngsters owned
the raco from start to finish. At no tlmo wars
they hard pressod. Harvard was tho favorite
for second place at odds of 50 to 40. The wiry,
wasp-waisted Now Yorkors, howoer. man
aged to keep their heads bettor, and snatched
the second place from tho crimson boys. Tho
time was slow. Yalo mndo the two mllos in
12 minutes 3S' seconds. Columbia in 12 min
utes 20 aoconds. nnd Harvard in 12 minutes
Considerable tlmo was fooled away at tho
starting point, each crow hoping that tho
rain would lot up a llttlo. Finally Beferoo
Mclkkloham got tho threo crews in line and at
noon sont thorn oft The Columbia hois wore
as quick as cats and caught tho wator llrst
Harvard and Yalo got oft togothor a socond
later. The first minuto of the rnco Columbia
rowod 4.0 strokes. Harvard as. and Yalo 37.
Columbia was on tho cast courBO. Yalo on tho
west and Harvard lu tho middle. Tho big
Yalo boys swung backward and forward llko
a lot of old veterans. Their boat glided right
away from Harvard and Columbia with no ap
parent effort Thoy had tho advantogo of tho
Btroug current Tho Unmiril ami Columbia
boya gi.vo a good exhibition. Down toward tho
half mile thoy camo neck and nock. At that
point Columbia was still rowing 40 strokes
and Harvard 38. lale was atisiiod with dO.
Tlio alo crew passed tlio mile ting rowing 34,
threo lengths in advance of tho other crows.
Just beforo the Hag was reached liaivard's
shell led Columbia by nearly half a length, hut
Columbia soon regained hor lobt ground. 1 ho
Hunard bo got rattled, and did some pretty
ragged work Tor a moment, 'iho Columlin
coxswain saw Ills opportunity nnd took advan
tage of it. Ho mado tlio bo) B lilt their btroko
up to 40. and In that wny Columbia got a lead,
which tho crew kept in their hands to tlio lln
lsh. At the mile nnd a half flag the lalu boat
lost its good water, and tha roiuaiuipg half
mile of their course was slow. The crooked
tho winning line rowing only .'14 strokes to tlio
minute; Columbia was pulling 30 laboriously.
Tho crows woro as follows:
Pnlton, ti'ttmt an n". A . Itjhl. H"'.
How J. St. J. Nolan Chlcsrro .... SO rou ITU
2 K. L. Messier. llttliurKtl 111 r,.0.i 173
3 A. I" Kiikers .ew lurs; lrt 001 l.'K
4 J. M. Lointncre. I'blU . Ill ll 00 HIV
0 A 31. Heard. I'teensl! . 11 OJ 1H
U . T f hlllll-1. L'lllouKO :0 MM lTllf
7. ... J M. lioethi.-'iiiM New York. Ill rj oo ir.7
.stroke K It lu'K'er. oaklMii! . !1 tl 00 HWn
Coxswain A M llyres lis
Average weight. lOlli
ratlltim. X im im I II mr. Alt. light. WnH
How.... W.I1. rott(Cr.t.). New York .111 C.O inn
t r.il rutler. New l,ork . . 1H kllij l.it
a M II. spaulilltiK. New lork 1H Mil nil
4. llainlltnn yuli.SJ. Ne lork in MOIJf W4
6 fc K Ilouirl.ertj, Nen York, 17 0I 107
R I W Mispird Sew York 211 IUKII4 lr.'t
7 E II. MurK. Now York. Ill B loW 140
Stroke. I'. . Hlclmrrts. evr liork... lu r.OrjlJ l.l.i
Coxswain.!- C 1'arUL, New York . 11.1
Average weight, IGOK
Pmttltm. -V.iwi-'fH ome Ant. lltihL. Wql I
How. ,W. C. Cameron, Jamestown 30 n.HW 14S
H. II. ItlcliaruVin, llrookline lu r nsK l.r,o
3 w. M Brlmrs M. Louis . iO r.on ui
4 A. ; i'uller. Huston . . .lrt f. loU 1(12
n .. . ilrant. N-iti rro 21 fttiMj ll'.J
II . S V. Kill), I'lili'ago .. . 1H linos, 17
7. J l'linloii. Ilojtnii ... 1U u.0ij ir.14,
Stroke lelloMS Dims Jr. (, S K),
.New York .... Ill 0 IO 1M
Coxsn-ain.ll Kraier So. IlelliUhoui ... . . IihJ
Average weight. l.i7H
otrsKitsiiir of j.owr.AiWEB.
Con t ell Mnj llo IVik l.nst'a Pnrtuert
"I'rnlner. I-w M iy.
Amotion of .Tolm T. Cnntwoll ot tho Hldgo
wood Stables to dlspolvo hln partnership with
Frederick I.ow in tho race hoi so Lowlnndor,
nnd to hnvo a rocolvor appointed of his part
nership assets, was denied by Justice An
drews of tho Supremo Court yestorduy. Cant
well alleged that ho bought tho horso ot
Sheepshcad Bay on Hept 14. 18511. for J'.'.OjO.
half of which Low had poid. Thoy were to
dUldo enunlly tho earnlngsot the horse, which
hao since tho purchase nmountod tof4.iK)0,
but Cant well says he has received only $.100.
Low denied tho partnership, and said lie had
?:iven Cnntwoll tlio money to buy the horso
or Illm. Cnntwoll had paid nothing for it.
Ho had employed Cnntwoll to train the horso,
and had paid him well for his services.
The tTolioatoil lool lloom .Reopened.
Tho Kings County Grand Jury has fallod to
Indict Jnrna Luwlor, who wns arrested u cou
ple of woeks ngo for acting as a clerk In tho
pool room at ,1.r3 Tulton streot, which Is man
aged by Charles Hand nnd baclod, as it Is al
leged, by Charley .Johnston. As tho (Irnnd
Jury failed also to indict in tho enseof another
omployeo In thu i-nruo pool room. Hand does
not aiitlclpatn any further police interference.
As soon ns tho lirnnd Jury's action wn-i nn
nouncod ho reopened the placo nnd resumed
business. Tho p dice, however, say they will
find sonio effoctive way to block pool soiling In
llrooklyu unlein tho "commission" plan is
strictly adhered to.
llooknluUer Jolinaon'ei Arret!,
An oldorly man cnllod atPolIco Hcadquar
tors lust night nnd told Dotuctlvo Borgoant
l'orazo that his bon, i)aild C. Johnson, had
been arrested In Fifty-ninth street and ho
wuntod to loarn tho particulars.
Tho son 1h l)ald 0. Johnson, a bookmaker
of tho ilrm of Applohy A.lohnson at 11 West
Twonty-flftli street. Ho lives nt the Hoffman
House. I'erayro admitted tho arrest but re
fused to furnish particulars.
SO.OOO Farm Honda Needed la Uansss,
Topeka. July 1. In tho control and north
ern partB of tho Htato. it Is said, at least 20.000
farm hands nre noeded. Tho wheat crop this
year will probably excoed that of any pre
vious year In the hlstorv of tho Htate. The
oorn crop will also oxcoed any former yield.
Lynched by n Mob ofllla Own Color.
LrrrxE Iiocit, July 1. llobort Dandy, a
negro, assaulted an 11-yoar-old colored girl in
Leo county yosterday. A mob ot negroos took
him from jail ut Hayuos last night and
hniiuod him tu a trou.
JL Short Talk by Banrhe Cockran aad a
Lonr Talk bj Chairman Wilson.
Grand Sachem Gllroy announcod yestorday
tho programme fortho celebration of tho 110th
anniversary ot tho Declaration ot Indepon
donco by tho Tammany Bocloty or Columbian
Ordor nt Tammany Hall, next Monday. As
usual, the eoototy has oxortod Itsolf to make
tho colobratlon a moat lntorostlng nnd patrlotlo
demonstration. Ono ot the short spooches
will be mnde by Reprosontattvo W. Bourko
Cockran. Tho lone talks will bo glvon by
Senator John W. Donlol of Virginia nnd Bep
roiontatlvo William L. Wilson of Wost Vir
ginia, who was tho Permanont Chairman of
tho Democratic National Convontlon. Bayne's
Sixty-ninth Boglmont Band will open tho colo
oration by playing national airs, attor which'
will follow the address ot wolcomo by Grand
Bachom Gllroy. Tho Tammany Oloe Club will
then sing " Our Glorious Union Forovor." and
tho Declaration of Indepondonco will
bo road by Commissioner of Accounts
Charles O. F. Wnhlo. Anothor selec
tion by, tlio Gleo Club will bo followed
bytho'Mong tnlks." lleforo tho short nd
dressos aro mado Socretary John B. McGold
nck, or Clilof LIttto-roan-with-a-hlg-voice, as
ho Is sometimes called bv his follow brnvos.
will road letters of regret and telegrams from
dlBtiDguishod Democrats who may have boon
unable to rospond in person to tho Invitation
Of tlio society. Tlio complete list of short
tnlkors Is United Mates Honator Charles H.
uihuonof Man land. Representatives William
J. Brynn of Johrnska. William H. Crnln of
Texas. John O. l'ondleton of West Virginia.
Benjamin A. F.nloo of Tennessee Loooldas F.
Livingston of Georgia, W. llnurko Cockran.
Ashbel P. Fitoh. .Tidin II. Fellows. Amos J.
Cummlngs. nnd Ediwird J. Dunphy ot Now
York: John T. Heard of Missouri. J. F. Epes of
Vlrglnln. Hilary A. Herbert of Alabama.
Adolph Meyer of Loiilslunn. Owen Reott of Illi
nois, l'ranlc t. Beltrhoover of Pennsylvania.
Irvine Duiignn of Ohio. G H, Mansur of Mis
souri, and John T. Homphlll of South Caro
lina. ex-Gov. B. T. Blggi of Maryland. Polico
Justice Thomas F. Orndy. William 0. Marbury
of Michigan, and Col. T. Taliaferro ot Ala
bama. A table heavily laden with eatables and
drlnkablos will be propored for tho guests in
the ofllcoof the hall. Everybody else will be
welcome to tho general banauet in the baso
mont whero tho Tammany spring will flow.
SIOUE FOWER TO POLICE CAPTAIXS.
Their Recommendation on Trivial Com
plaints 1VIII Oo n Great Way.
The Police Board voted yesterday. Commis
sion Mac Lean dissenting, that trivial charges
against policemen shall not bo tried horeafter
by tho Board, but by the Captains, subject to
roviow by the. Superintendent and the Presi
dent of tho Board. Whon in the judgment of
tlio commanding officer of a precinct tlio com
plaint is trivial he will attach to tho complaint
a brief statement ot the facts and his recom
mendation thereon nnd forward tho same to
tho Superintendent of Police who. will trans
mit it to the Prosldont of tho Board with his
Policeman John S. Coylo. who engaged in a
clubbing nnd shooting fight with Policeman
Mildriim, was dismissed from tho force. Po
liceman Frederick Kennedy of tho ChnrleB
streot station was also dismissed. He was
charged with being in a saloon on Third no
nue fii full uniform. It was about the tonth
complaint of the kind against Kennedy. Po
liceman Hlattery. for a similar offonce, was
fined thirty days' pay.
Detective Borgoant McCauley, who allowed
a prisoner to escape from htm several nights
ago. was exonerated, Mr. MneLean dissenting.
Policeman Henry D. C'nimll wart made door
man nt the detective bureau for a time, hor
gennt William O'Toolo was trancferrod to tho
Central Olllce to tako charge of the bureau ot
InfoctPntlon. The following transfers wore
Patrolman Itussey, Union Market to Petanoey street:
1'ittrolmitn Jo-i!mi W-t Mxty eighth street to I en
tral Oltue: Patrolman 'MitlUan. Uest rtixti. eighth
street to tlilrlilge street: I'Mtrolnian Hums. Ilelancey
slrtel to wt l2."itl strrtt: Patrolman 'logan. Lam
Mghti flirlitli street tu rml I irth sireet, Patrolman
Fouler ink striet to Urst Twentieth street: Patrol
Linn INeeiiHli. 1 mun Mnrket to West Twentieth street;
Putrolmiot I iiliiticll. t ist Light eighth street to
Central omce. PntroJniati O Hrlen Mitillsun street to
the Patrol. Patrolmen llnnlrm Kat Kightj.rlehth
street lnllll slip. Patrcllilan ''tephan. Last Twenl) sec
nnil street to East l'.lght eighth stret.
Pntrohnnn Matthew llobb of Fast Thirty
fifth street wan retired, and 1'ntrnlmnn Jacob
llrunor of l.'ast Mxty-scventli streei was de
tailed to special duty at the Normul College.
iiAimisox nEi.irF.ii8 hie goods.
Milken Onod a Minneapolis Pledce In the
Appointment of Ilr, ('run of Charleston.
Washington, July 1. Tho nomination of Dr.
Crum to lo PostinnMer of Clinrloston, S. C.
against which the citizens of that town nro
protesting vigorously, is tho result of tho
work of the Hnrri-on men in Minneapolis.
Dr. Crum wns one of the colored Itopubllcan
delegate at l.ugoto Mlnncnpolls.
Crum has been n candidate fop tho Charles
ton I'ostmnstorshlp ever Blnco tlio probent Ad
minlstiatlnn came into power, nnd he was en
dorsed hi' nearly all of tlio Itopubllcan poli
ticians in the Palmetto .State. It is
Mild that when ho went to Minneapolis
he wus unfriendly to tho Pre.-ldent.
home of his friends doclarcd Hint ho was
working with tho llluinu men. or was inclined
that wuy. nudwaauslngconsidernblo Influenco
among tho colored delegates from tho South
because of neglect of htm by the Prosldont.
Boforotho balloting begun some ofthohouth
Caiollna deloutlon wcie lnformed.it is said,
bj the linirl-on mnuagors that Crum could
jinve tho Pottmni-torshlp If ho would pledgo
himself tn work nnd otofor Harrison.
IIaing been put off so long Crum hnd but
llttlo faith In empty prom inns, nnd it M wild
he demanded a will ten promixo. sunrtioned
b tlio Prosldont, that he should lnno thonp
po.ntmeiit In roturn for ills support r'oon
afterward thomombors of tho South Carolina
delegation caused tho report to be circulated
that thoro was nn longer any doubt about
('ruin's loyalty to tlio President, hocnuso ho
had receUod tho written promise demanded,
nnd ho wns groetod ns tho coming Postmaster
of Charlobton. To-day's action conllrms the
Dan Rice's old clown. "Doc" James L.
Thayer, dlod at his home In Chicago on Thurs
day night. Ho was born at Waddlngton, N. Y.,
on May 20. 1B30. In 18'lt), his family
moved to Milwaukee When seventeen years
old he joined Jay Maybio's circus as
wagon drlvor. Aftor sopr.u onrs on the road
lie jolnod Dan Bice at Ciirard, Pa., and became
a clown. Ho travelled with Van Amborg, Foro
paugh, and liarnuin. and for a tlmo was a
meinbor of the linn of Tlinjor A Joos.
Cyrus Grlnnell Dyer died on Thursday at
212 Biimnor avenue, Brookljn, In his 01t
year. Ho served duiiiig tho wnr in n Itliodo
Island regiment and at its closo rosumed his
occutiatlon of journalist. He had been editor
of the Jrp (fnntu Jlulletn , tho frnnnirri'nif
7'ihk , and tho Australasian, it.d at the time of
his death wns oonnectod with tho Fiimucial
Ileal l.'slate anil llmlihiia .rirs. He leavos a
Hon and daughter. His remains hnvo boon
taken to l'rovldcnco for interment.
David F. Walter, who died nt his home, lf.8
West lllltli street, on Thursdny, was born In
Cardiff. Wains. fmty-reen ciirs ngo, mid
camo to America when 7 yours old. Ho was
a graduate of the law school of Columbia
College, and was Prosldont ot tho Independent
Order B'nal B'rlth.
Dnborn A. Wallace, the wlfo of Dr. Danlol
Wallace of Newark, died suddenly on Thurs
dny evening. She wns horn in Marlboro,
Orange county. N. Y in lH'jo.and camo to HiIr
city In 1834. Two years later sho wns mnrrlod
to Dr. Wallace, and thoy moved to Newark,
Thomas Mitchell died on Wednesday nt his
homo, 1,037 Jefferson nonue, Brooklyn. In his
C2d year. He was n typo founder nnd an In
ventor. Thn funeral services will bo hold at
tho house to-morrow afternoon,
Frank McLynden, who kept soveral snloons
In Newark nnd Knst Nuwarkydlod yostordut lu
St MIchaol'H llosiillal.
whan Psoy ni sic, we garo her raitorla,
Wosn ah was a Ctilld, she crlra foi OaatorU,
Wksn aha kecam lllsa. aha dun j W Caatorta,
Vtua aaa baa Chlllna. ska cave Usjo Casuria,
JOIN HANDS FOR HOME RULE.
tmsfioo AtitEjnr cabled to justin
Kntrene, Kelly Oave 810,000 and John
Hern's SS.OOO-It la Propnaed lo BalH
S1SO.O0O Klght Orr-The raderntlnn aad
tho Xarltamentnrr Fnnd Combine.
Tbthtmrttnii IrtltfnA tetia, tier fatlhf! In rA part, Aars
mtl tht emeroenejr, a leonJ of &pjrat (a tU Aoar ofgrtatnl
A crisis exists In tho homo rulo oausol
Whilo a traitorous faotion socks to rolnrd hor
frlonds, Irolnnd is dying! Tho opportunity ot
a century Is now here. Shall It bosncrillcod
by treason and apathy, or bo mado nvatlablo
by unselfish patriotism and loyalty? Shall tho
minority, organlrod undor Tory tnfluonco. bo
permitted to dostroy, or tho majority, led by
patrlotlo purpose, bo cn.iblod to rcallzotho
hopes and nsplratlonB ot hor peoplo ?
This is tho hour for action. Ho that Is not
with Ireland now Is against hor. Tho major
ity, roprcsontlng tho law-abiding, lntolllgont
and Christian spirit of tho country, must rule
If Ireland is to bo frco. Mr. Gladstone mustbo
supnortod, tho pooplo'a will respocted, or
slavory a thousandfold worBo than that ex
perienced In tlio past will bo Ireland's fato.
Let us mako ono final effort to uphold
tho peoplo who nro so bravely battling
against onomios both atlon nnd native. Or
ganized ruffianism, recruited from tho Irre
sponsible, dlsroputablo class tho shlllolah
brigado supported by Tory police aims
to dtsgraoo and dnmagn Irish ohnrnctor and
dostroy tho causo ot homo rulo, nuatnst which
tho patriotic, law-abiding citizens must do
fond thomBolvos or bo donlodolco In tho pro
tootlon ot their Interests.
Let us ond tho uno'iual. oruol strlfo bv sure
porting the majority of thu Irish poople now
sustaining Mr. Gladstone Homo rulo for
Ireland will secure penco and prosperity to hor
peoplo and reposo to tho Irish exile.
Ono moro effort frlonds 'tis tho last Who
will join in raising tho $150,000 noodod within
ton days, and called for by tlio National Feder
ation of Amorlcn? Parliament is prorogued,
and tho oxpnnsos of election must bo doposltod
to mako candidates eligible. To thoso who
havo ovor been gonorous wo appeal onco again.
Subscriptions to bo received by Eugone
Kelly, Treasurer. 45 Exchango placo.
This appeal was ndoptod last night at tho
Hoffman Houso by a joint mootinc ot the
Exooutlve Commlttoos of tho Parliamentary
Fund Association and of tho Irish National
Federation. Tho committees had met to con
sldor tho raising of funds to help in tho elec
tions in England tho coming fifteen days.
Thoy had beon in sosslon only a fow mlnutos
whon it was proposed that tho two organiza
tions should consolidate, and the Exocutivo
Committooof the association passod tho fol
In view of the orisla now extstlnc in Irish affairs, we,
tho members of tha Irish Parliamentary Fund Associa
tion, deem It a duty we owe to the cause of home rule
to unite every believer In the cause In the United Btatea
tn one supreme effort to raise funds to aid home rulers
tn Ireland in what we trust will be the final struggle
against English misrule aa exemplified by the Tory
IttWtt. That this association Join with the National
Federation In the patrlotlo work of raising funds for
the present campaign In Ireland, with the hope that
our united efforts may produce the necessary Dnanctat
results as well as tho much desired unity of the home
rule forces in Ireland.
Mr. Kolly nnnouncod that ho and Major
John Byrno had met twlco nnd talked tho
matter oor. nnd tint ho had given $20,000
and Mr. Byrne lind given .".tii;0. Thoy had
sent tho mnnuy to Justin McCarthy and John
Dillon on Thursdny ntterooon. and had just
rocolvod a cable saying:
"Wo aro graceful, and roturn our thanks.
Your opportune aid averts n catastrophe. Wo
shall forward a public acknowledgment aftor
the election "
Tho committee nppolntodto take chnrgoof
the raising of the subscription wns Kugeno
Kolly.Thomas Addis Emmet. Miles O'Brien.
Jolui Byrno. and Dr. Wm. B. Wallace. Mr. Byrno
was mado Chairman ot the joint committee.
noSlEX AT 111E UORLD'8 FAIIt.
Their Share In the IVorli of r.zblblta to Be
l'IMnty Met Forth.
Albany, July . Mrs. Erastus Corning. Pres
ident of tho State Woman's Board ot Managers
of tho World's Fair, hns Issued tho following
to tho womon of tho Stato:
The World a Columbian Commission has agreed that
some derlco shall be attached tn all uiMinfaettired arti
cles Indicating how large a share of u oninn'l work en
tered lo tbilr production. It will be thecndeaorof
First To procure for competition In the mnln build
tngs a representatlie exhibit showing the work f
women in ull tho arict op uriatiuns in which tbtj en
gage, second To procure, as far as possib'e, statistics as to
tjie anjount of woman's wirk that enters i'itoei ryot
hibit. ami Interesting data connected with the same
Third Te recommend to the Nation tl Hoard work of
such supremo excellence as to be worthy of admission
to the galler of the wool in's tiilll'llng
ronrth To recommend to the National Hoard such
voinen ns halo i-npnilli, etpert known dge to sene rn
Tsrlous juries or award
llflh Tosee that tho educalionel work carried on br
women from Ihe prlraarj to the highest brunches or
ediuatlon. Is exhibited when rnellcible, enl whin
not tt.be Illustrate I b mem of ntips, charts, photin
griphs inoi orni hs. nn 1 relief mo lets
Sixth To si i tire exhibit of chirltaule and phllou
throiHc work and also tu illustrate that recreation
w 'itch promotes healthfulnis-. ind those reforms which
add to the sum or human comfort.
r-ei'Mltli To Aid In giving pubilc'ty lo plans of tbo
Ponrd of 1 ad . (imagers in 11 1 ievllng papers, through
tin' agency of women connected with the pret.awheli
Ughtli To nld in the collection of a loan exhibit of
old lace, embroideries, rare fitis, miniatures, and Jew
Ninth To st'cure books written by women of the
Woman'a I tbl -l. espiclnllj suili at rrltte to the ex
act siti-m'i k. t hliosiphj urt, hiror', rml PUlon
Tenth To secure a chrono "gii si exhibit show lug tho
evolution and I rotrise .fwuiuus industries froji th
enrjest times to the prestnt All np'i Ic itlons fi r ex
hibits from this Male in ist bo mule through the
hxicutlre Cnmliiitr, t of tie Hoaid ot Wontrn Man
ngers. nildn mt d to Mr I'lortnco l' les. Ciller Clerk".
Capitol. Alhioij. ?. Im whom nil liuiutiles In regird
to mutters rounected with women's work at the Pair
wilt be answered.
JIU3IKY l'UAl'En AT HIE FOI.LS,
JL Prohibition Ilcfeut In Aus-iiala, Oa,, After
n Mmrp Untile with llallota.
Auouhta. Ga., July 1. Prohibition wns do
foated here ti.iijjt by n majority of more than
1,401), the veto bolng two to one. Hundreds
of anti-Proliibltlon voters wero corralled by
the Ikiuor men Inst night and pllod with liquor.
They toted In gans the first thing this morn
lug. finnds of Women's Christian Tomperanco
Union, augmented by hundreds of little girls,
crowded around tho polling places, praying
and trying to convort voters. At noon it be
came ovt lent thnt thn whiskey men woro vic
torious, and moat of thn women retlrod to the
churches and engaged In piayor.
Named for Cona-res.
Waehen. O., July 1. Tho Nineteenth district
Republican Convontlon nominated Stephen A.
Northwny of Ashtabula county for Congross on
the ninth ballot Inst night Tho nomination Is
qulvil.-nt rmn election, as tho Kepuhllcans
baton majority of nearly 10,000 In tlio district.
Niutlin-iy will succeed Judgo E. 1). Taylor,
who wiisolcited as Gon. Oai Hold's successor
New Under ? 1
The Sun , l
Tlio now shortening mado ,
of cottonsood oil and boof . ,9m
suot swoot, puro, wbolo- 'wM
soino, nutritious; no odor; IQ
no tnsto. Much cheap- iH
or than lard or bnttor in JM
all cooking. FhysicianB on- ilM
dorso it Cooking authori- sfcm
tios rocoinmond it HI
is its nanio, which is tho $$(
rogistorod " Trado Mark." 'H
For all kinds of pastry, uVJjl
cuko, rolls, bisouit, and for MM
frying doughnute.croquottos, w-tj
oyBtors, potatoes, Ac., noth- i,S
ing equals it A trial will "
convince you as thousands (ri
havo boon convinced. M;
For sale by all Grocers. , i tjjjjl
Mado only by w
N. K. 'FAIRBANK & CO,, JE
CHICAGO. II,U, and $'.
Produce Exchange, N. Y. ' M
Ontlit that very properly contains a supply ol j ;Jm
1 tired Beer f
which adds to the enjoyment of nil the other ' 'lM
dainties.and ma'.cs a picnic a picnic indeed. r Jf
A 25 cent package makes 5 gallons of this . h
eiy pomlai beverage. " fffl
Doi't be deccired ir a dealer, for the take I "$
of larger profit, tells you some other kind S ,lV
Is "juitnscood" "Us false. Nolmltatlon ,J"Jl
" r c id ns the genulni- lings'. Miti
AOMC.1 niLLON COXFESSE8. if ViM
Sho Ifaa Alada Keverul Attemiit to DefraaJs 19
Insiurunre CnnipanleM. ftlil
Fire Marshal Low Is of Brooklyn has closed VI
his lnvosiigntion In roforence to a supposed 3.1
casoot arson which occurred on tho night of 'Jt
Juno 13 in tho llttlo fancy goods storo kopt by if;',
Acnes Dillon nt 88 Buydnm street. He finds Ifjg
thnt although thero wns nn Are In tho place, aa Jf-'
attempt had been mado by Mrs. Dillon to de- 'Wtl
fraud tho Citizens' nnd Niagatnrtro Insurance ' (,ji,l
Companion, in which shu lind her goods In- AJirai
nu red. Accompanying the report to tho Flro 'IffrS
CommlBHlonors is thlaaflldntit of Mrs. Dillon: Wt
"I. Agnes Dillon, residing and doing n fancy Hi
Floods 1iubiiuss at HH .Suydam stroot. llrook- Tllial
yn. desire to state tho truth regarding tho ' siJpM
various Urns which I have liad lu the city of '
llrooklyu dtinug my resldoneo In tli.it city. jXw1
"Thu statement which 1 mado to FiroMar- vES'iJ'
shnl Iowls which Is signed by mo Ik not true, tSPsMv
nnd at IiIm ro'iue-t 1 desire to purgo miself ot ''iT'l
tho many untruths 1 mndo tu said stiltomont. . IftV
I did not hao n tire nt s Hujdnni street on t,'lLi'
tlio lUth of June. Tho fnncy goods which wore , I tUL $
burned 1 lirought from n prot Join lire nt 400 ft glilw
Centrnl .ivonue. Theso goods I placed under - ri'n.s
the counter of store K8 ttuydnm stroet. Then fr'fyJir?
1 had a letter written to tho lire Insurance vjWJl".
company claiming a Iobs of about $31. My WHtf
proper namo is Agnes Dillon, and I iiavo had SJXihi't
soternl llros upon which I Insured In various &t5 if
compunlos under tho names of Agnos Dillon. sJ-lHs i h
Annlo llacket and Annio Dnlton " , "wli ' ))
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llHALHI UOAIIl) Itl.SKIXATIOSS. '4fMt V.
Mr. hllm-on II ih.i'i Ilenrd Hint There An .f TO li
to he- An More. Ws','
The Consulting Medical Hoard of tho Health 'Mw'Vi
Hoard held a meeting yesterday afternoon at '"'arMx
tlio resident of Di. D. M. f-'tlmson.Prosident lE$Frrn
of the Hoaid, 11 West Sotentoouth stroet. " 4si
Thero worn urOFent Dr. Stlmson. Dr. Joseph lS
O'DwjornudDr. George F. Khrndy. It had been ",(i?
roported that tho meeting was for thu oxpress Hi,li
purposuot taking somo action relative to tho 3h ?
resignations of Dis. Jacob!, Jiineway, Kmltlu '; 'Jj
and i'riiilden, but President Stimson rnid, at 'iii d
tiio closo of tMo mo 'ting, that it w.im not hold m .
for thiM objeet. Tlio nlllcinl IiuhIiioss wus a r) 'J
i disi u-.sk"i of the urgent ii' eessityotonhirglnir Km rJ
' the MIInrd i'.irker )lo-tiltalnnd thoHtonigeof "WM
tho emth ot tho Mieet ( leaning Doimrtmont In liti
tlio roadway in Hlxtoenth street in Irontolthe ICitw
hosplt.il. If'' 51
l'ro8ldontntlmsnn said that there was ntnlk B13
ooi tho i e-ent resignations and tlio charges lf,
that thnt were tho rehiilt of polltienllnlluonces aBijt'
In the Health lioanl, but that the Inlk "Was Hill1
purelyinform.il. Dr. titlmson said that he had
not heal d tliiitothorroslgnutioiiH would occur. ,WI
Kettymi Cos, llin Arllsl, Mnrrled, ' JaS
Uri.M'ivT, MnsH.. July 1. Konyon Cox, the fi
Newlorl; nrtint, and .Mi"s Loulso King, nlso MjjJ
well and fiiMM.ibly known in tho nrt world, ui
were in. irrle.i ju-.terdnv b tho Hov. Courtland vtilhV
Do Norn nn lie of lUughtou. Tho ooreniony Bl'
wiiofoloiiinied at the old eolonlul mansion. 'tiA,
now owni d by -Mr. H. M. Jones, Tho brldo and lk
groom williesldoju Now York city. " i0
liutho tho FACE and HANDS I , jW
when heated, the HEAD whon hot "tjrlr
and aching, the FEET when tired 'mfSJ
and swollen, with POND'S EX- Mh .
TllACT. It is healing, cooling, re- Jfif ' -'
freshing, quickly reducing any M
inflainmation, speedily inducing Tflf
sloop. Unequalled for insect bites. Tlffl
Manufacture! oiily by l'nnil's Kxtract Co , 70 FIXUs 'ij5'
Atp , .New York, llefuso substitutes. r if?
The youngster has often seen a whole package of the other kinds j f
used at once, and does not understand that much less of '
Gold Dust W&sbiog Powder' ' i
k required. Gold Dust is a marvel of convenience, cheapness and , MjM
efficiency. It is not sold in little boxes, as if it was an eye-salve. " ''i-JP
A four-pound package costs only 25 cents. Sold everywhere. " ljki
N.K. FAIRBANK & CO., Sole Manufacturers, iSf
CHICAOO, BT. LOUIS, NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, BOSTON, BALTIMORE -' M$I
NEW ORLEANS, SAN FRANCISCO, T -fil
PORTLAND ME., PORTLAND, ORE., tfTSBUROH AND U1LWAUKBS. W'M
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