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F 4 ' - THB SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 24, 18D2. ' . ' "
, ' FIRE DAMP KILLS TWELVE. Bf' Kjv mjc Tons fahm cou.innr bziakxn ijVajftjiu T A TJSltniULZ KXJ'LOSIUN. iVJVf?" By Th Deadly C Hoihtd Tfcraacta a rireuk -VJcr Matte lata n TJaiiera Feeder ana lamlled HH Ironi las Merely l.ismi.sTh Mhooa. f'll K Vr Miles In Aiti loa lo tbs Tnrlea Bfe Already Dead Thrca Mlnern An Untied V"! ta Ihe lebrle No II pa of R-ecuc. k , Porn.vn.LC July 23. Twelvo miner mot BFX thilr ilrom In n fi Ightiul explosion at the York HKf' Farm C.il'lcrr about 1) o'clock this morning. IK' Eight wero kllkd nuttlslil. three dlod soon IK' aftor tho explosion, Ave others sustained In- H Bi: juries that muy prove fatal, nntl eciro or H fih- more of mlnniH, ImIi ere, and laloier were H ff. Injured mor or less seriously. Three of the K Kg, dd are burlsd l-cneath ton of dflt.rla. H Sftjl j , Tha following are known to bo dead: 3 j- BlUT inu, ML (lop H ,?j Wiujia WeHaas. Vlnc-urlHe. Hj "siS , WlUAia Josr-a Minertviil. K P atsataat Ktiiii, Hid He Creak. B fewi ii MtaTikiu Uaweliyn. K it Tbosai Jottt. Mlhtrtvlllt jQ fM tin lltttuo. Malearttla. tff it ajrraoav ruknnLifAun. foiUvtlle. M g Btaats Woaaaa, M. Clair. B 71 Canuvit llosaiiata. st. Glair. B g AamoirT Stoob. York villa. K S ' Oaoaoi iBiuat, Trtetout. B J These five sustained serious Inlnrles: Geo. S fc Btook. Yorkvllle. aged 23. lee broken, frlght- II '&' , (ullr burned and bruited, probably ilia before Sfc 'ri' i. . . morning: Thomas t.andK Klshback. bKdir . bnraed: ltob-rt Allutt Pultvllla 'Ul and K ttg- knrnsd: Edward Currnn. I'ottarille. burnod. K $ft The explosion wa- o.msod ii a hnuk uolne tpj '-,4, Bade Into a lone Aluimluned fi oder. Irom fc fff" Whloh an Iramcnso ruluiue of Ka eonhed with Br h (ore suittnlent to penetrate the aufuty lumps JB J earrled by lhc miner. The loport ft terrl i. jf: ' Theearthtremnlel. ndeser'bulldiii:lu tho v$ jg - Tlolnltr was hnkn. K? M 8upcrlnlendent Lee Id o hns a large force of ffi,! r ( azperlenced miner at w.irU dltiarlnic for the tft W ' todies of the mlaslne men. riilt upeiallon la K S, extremelr dangeronn. iib arao-ln orunotbor $&" ' exploalon mar occui at ant moment. Mx t& The collie y la owned and operated by tho ft Lehlsh Valloy Coal l omi any. the Philadelphia tjt' W d Itoadlns Itallruad Comtiany bulnc the K ' N lessees. , 1r S Several million dollars hare been spent In K' ' , putting the mine In worklnc order, and It M ? ' vaa thought that all the nbindmod feudurs mt had been located. From time to lime new TO W ' finds have been made, but this Is the Ilrst that $! W has resulted fatally. 1 af A oorpnof capinde phyalelans nro attending K; " the Injured. Fothors 1'ooney and Duffy of St. JK J Patrick's Boman Catholic Church a minis- & tared the last rltea of tho Church to th.'so who IP W reached tho surface nlln. Tho bodies of K & James rinrt?e)l. John Harrison, and Christian K Horoleker have not yot been recnvr-d. K fg Hundreds of people. frlend and relatUosof wL ; the mlslnE m -n hav stood nt the mouth of UJ -!,- ' ! tnnnel nil day lone, and nlcht saw tho I'4P. w eronddoui lei. 'lliure Is absolutely no hope Plj i for the recovery of any ol Ihe three men alive. f, 5 UK Cti or mi: BUAHEA3Z. v .1. b ' ')-. t i!L Ki IorS llraaa'a One- Frtmon Tacbt X.OSI !? ffl -,y f la the Antipodes. K Baj? FnANCtEco. July U'l. Information has J, K" been received in this city tint the lamous B?i fe. yacht Sunbeam has boon wreckod off an Ulind B g In Admiralty Gulf. Western Au-tnilia. The fti w1 Cartaln nnd the crew palled in tho llfeboit m 400 mile-, to Itoebm k Hay. eft ' Lord Canteloupn purchased the Sunbeim Mj v l from Lord Brassy about throw ye irs ngn. Mi 5ff jeHjertbeinstoengaao In pearl tlshlnu on the ire, 'Westorn Australian const. Thn yacht eame $& ,W i In hero about foven years ', nnd Lady IS 'X , llrafMiy entertained many u.t.mbers of the fel W ' British enlnny. KJ ft. She didn't make a ery ennd impression w j1 there. 5hi was loud In herdres and innnnt-r. Mr- i) but ther'uasnn quest rmn nut the "rcelli n -e lj: 6 J , of her eo ikortneaeof the wlnesshe ered. Si t fiho committed Hiicld" five r nrs njro by leap- itr Ids Into the sea from the y icht. -rS i 'i he fuels wen- not published nt the time. VM v hut aeeral months lifter the hlnsaporeiupors fc7 y vontaloed a ban- outlln- of the tragedy that Si f, fnuseil Lord l!rsoy tnhateliUfavnrlteyiieht. Tfjl g, It seems she w.is , i?id w tli delirium duilnc fM X an attack of feer. nnd whl eun n'tendnnt w.n i.fc it' away rushed on deck .mil jumped into tho sea. fti 4 MOFlIISH HV .X " IUKCE. Xfe . Vfi g VkliuilrlvhU Tbrutrr. ArtontlnE Freeaif MJ linn. .e..lnl Fir. fts f PHn,A"Lrnn. July 23. The Impression cre- & f ated upon tho eilizensof 1'htladelphln brthe Mj recent Cen'ral Iheatro flro and the great loss L 't of life that it entailed has caused thp own- JjH tera and leasees of all the theatres to bestir Ml ' thomselves as thy never did before, and as a Bra j oonsequence this city next season will boast i moro llretiroof houses of entertainment then l?j f it had eor dreamed of. Hr J All the theatres hnve been Inspected by the MJ i. Coroner's jury that considered tho Central M f- Theatre flro. by a suh-commlttee of Councils ipS 5 -nd by Abraham 51. Ueltler. the Director of SI f Tublle Fafoty. soinrately, nnd the result of (Ki R these lnhieetlons ha- been h eerie- of su'bos. fSSj & tlons toward fire prec-iutlons which havo come tit, t Ironj thi Mayor to the various les". e-. flJ f The suRue-tlons in almost evi-ry Instance wA i are I sine vigorously obeyed. The majority of )U t the thentresar rn--t ereetlnt; flriro if pro. O! t, acenlum wall", euttlncln'itd'lltlonal exlt-.ndd- 7Jj a Idk automatic skylight-, which upon an Inor- BSf dlnate rise in temjiera ure open ami llius V& ll keep the flam -s from spi eadlnc. and c infract- Xf ing fur automatic -prlnkler and nomileta 'flat"- '''' electric light sstems. Asbestos curtains are f5fS p ' takl-g tlie pla e of the old c.invas ones, and i ', all doors leading from the atnire to the audl- Sf torium are i elng llni-d with asbestos and ty? ; ' fheuthed In Iron. Eerythlnc la being done. ? t, ' In short, to place danger from fire at a mini- 21 i- mua- y . tu8Af urtmr dead. j Ske CoBfcas-d Ml I.at tbat nrr Brother-la. ki lnw Uranl to Kliaol llrr, 3j ; Busan Brown of Newark, who was shot on sH t July 4 by her brother-in-law. William Drown. i died of lockjaw last night In tho Cltr Hospital Wr t tn Newark. Drown Is In jail, and two wit- mi T nessesnre hel I. Until the woman found she vfi f, was d)lng she said the shooting was aecl- M . dental, but In In-r dyine slutenieiit she 'aid Hi ' , that It nas Intentional. Drown insists that It 3; ) was an accident. m ft' I The teeajrtA iln INai a Purty (e Ike Taa- mj & dallH Tnrlff. WW St. I)Uis, July23.Ths rennsrlvanta mnn- 11 S Mfement west of Pittsburgh has given RT Offielal ootlce that It will not he a KJ I'- party to the Vaidalla'e tariff eust-bound Hi ,- k on grata and grain products, Issued Kjj ? ' 'from St. Louis on the bisls of 20 cents By er hundred pounds fioin fhlcaao. It will no- IK N . eept. no less a propoMtloo than a '.'US-cent ISfa i baals. 51', ' ' vr"l lnfnrniutl..ii was ent to rhalrnan ft, Blani'hsrd of tin Central Trailln Assochttlon. 1V3 and there Is nothing li-ft for the Vnudal u to ftS - oo hut to pull out Its tariff. The I'enn- I'W . ellvanln does not be'luo In sserlftclns freight IfS ' JeveniKi at a time when the volume Is lucreus- KY7 t ' log dally. Its eaciirties are conllned to the lii- , ..passtngnr dopurtnient, The Wal ash tariff K was a hil.e-and-rall jdiustment of tho sltua- ' ' tlon, not all rail, and that will stand. Hft f Flic ul m ffs.e, R i Tfhlleanumberof friends of tho late John I 'Demnrllno were attending his wake on Friday VR I , Bight at 405 Adams ftreut, lloboken a gust of 111 f, wind blew thu window di aperies against the Ht' t , lighted candles on top uf the coffin and the Hr eaught fire. beerAl women screamed and He . made a rush for the door. Mrs. Domnrtino Da ., fainted. Two or three of the men tried to mX brusu out the llnnies. The room was lull ol nr I tniokn and the Mimes grndiinllt siiread. f' Finally some llremau atrlMiil nnd put out ilia a f fire with ueh"inicl extl iguis i.-r. The body I ' will I e burled to day. The nldowwas pros- f f tre teJ by the shock. Bjt ' r kjBTTho uelc1 Fea'lvnl at Konnd lake. Bt '.- 1U)UND Lake. July 23. The mublcal festival JJl . elosed here with a matlmV and an evening j! perforroanca. at each of which fully 2,500 i eo- K . pie were pre-ent. The big auditorium was b . ,, nadeiiateto theerowd. and the sldeanil rear Bh a , tIi of tarpaulin ero moved bai'k twenty K '-n . . fei'tocle uioie room, yet this spicoand that Br ,'' '" t4tnei-n the platfrirni and the fro it ai-ata were Bm W illed. Ihe (list ti nit. since Its inception lx k J yeursaro Itlma luld liacdsome prollt on the 1 .,; money ln8teil. BBUaii.rv' un. czi.rELAsn ooeh 'ntvtariauina. He Will Rtlnn lo Oreleh sad Ramala Ovrr HaaJar-FrMny Mglil'a Reecallem. Onrjcirwicn. July 23,-Mr. and Mr. Cleve land have gone llshlng to-day on the Sound, with Jtr. llcnedlct, on the vnchf Oneida. They will roturn this evening nnd epetid Hunday In Greenwich. This will be a surprise to all ox celt two or three persons, as It was generally believed that Mr. Cleveland s on his way to Ihirxnul's I ay It was a remarkable gathering of people on Mr Iienedlit's lawn last evening to greet Mr. and Mrs. Cleolaud-rem4rlcablo. because It wis a non-pa tlsan affair, ft purely demo oiatle assemblage. As .Mr. Benedict snid In his speech Introduc ing Mr. Cleveland. It was a gathering of his frloudsand neighbors, and overbody In town was Included us a neighbor. It was an Im promptu affair and came about by Mr Bene dict' king Mt. Cleveland on Thursday if he did not wunt to go llshlng. mo up to U.oiinwlen tn the Oneida on Frldat. and we will go llshlng In Plum Out no bat u I da r." , ., , ' i hat's just the thing." replied Mr. Clove Mr. Denedtrt thought It would be a good plan to give him a reception on I rldar nluht, nnd so he telephone I his personal friend. nlgoO (! MeNall. tn hustle aiottnd and ask tli people to come do i to the house to an luf irinul ro'-eplion to jli. UeYela"d .. . It was understood In tho city that Mr. Cleve land was to luke the 1' II Kiver steamboat and go duun to Uumird's Bay, and this Is the reason why he didn't. It was suggested to Sits levoland that Ihe people of tireenwlch wo lid like to see and shako her by the hand. 'I othls she at Ilrst obji oted. saving tha' she did not care to take part In a political dem n trillion, out nhen It nas understood that this vmis to I e a reception she gladly consented nnd was dellulited For two hours sho stood upon the plarra In full view ol the vast crowd and all 'ok hands with nil that weie presented, she was "attired In a Pink lire-" and un opera -hawl was thrown ohm her shoulders, .-he wore no ornaments, and her head was uncovered. Mis Cleve and hnsi een here quietly enjoy ing beiseU o the pa-t four days. Mie pur cluied an old di sk vhlch I-to bo shli ped to dray Oa des. the has vi Ited the Fre h Air Fund children and sent them some pn sents. All who huve come In contact wttn her hero are charmed by hor btauty and ho was. ii I- thought that Mr. und Mrs. ; levoland will start tor Buzzard's Bay on Monday on the Uneldo. ttoKE AS8UitA.ctia or peace. Ckelriaan Carter or ik Brpnblteaa Cast tine lias a Lai B Tilk Willi Mr. Plait. Tho Bepubllcan National Committee Is com plete at last 'I he new beeritary of the com mittee, ex-ltepreeentative Lewis E. MoComas of .Marland, cumetotown yesterday and was in consultation with the lion. 1 homos lionry Caiter at the Hfth Avenue IIoteL It was do cldeil to occupy the new headquarters at 518 Filth avenue as soon as posilt le. Mr. Mc Couias, James F. Hurke of Pennsylvania, and others spent the altera .on buying cai pets and deo.s. In aoout u wuek the new llopubllcan hiaihiuniters ulll by in running order. Tueie was no m etlng of Ihe Ilepubllean btate ixetutive Committee yeateiday aftor no m. Theru will l.e none foru week or so. Mr. fatter had a long talk with ei-i-enator Thomas t . Piutt at the Orlei. tal llotel Inst nlgnt. Lxenator Winner Miller of Uerki raer was pinsont. Mr. i artei desires peace betwei n the Washington Bepuliluns and those iu charge or the New )-o.k hta e mucninu. 'lb- 1'resldeut and his friends I elieve that all dlllerenoes should , be fotgotton. The dominant element In New oik Mute a'ree uith him. Mr. Caiter brought to Mr. Ilatt and Mr. Millor cooiloita le us sumnces Mr. Mltbr h.ia nlieudy seen the I resident Mr. Piatt I- to see tho Prosld nt within a few dajs that Is. if ho can steal time enough Irom his express busim -. 'Die head tuarters of tho Itepublieuns was at the Urientnl Hotel last night. There will bo further conlorences there to-day. JIUUOE.Wi UESlGNAHOy. Ill Bays It I a I'erl or tbs Administration's Warn Thaimaa C. I'lall. A slight stir In Kepubllcnn polltlos In Queens c mntr was created last week over the enfoiced resignation of Deputy Collector of Internal Kevenue Thomas H. Burden of Long Island ( lty. Mr. Burden is said to huve re ceived Ids a: polntment dlrectli through Piatt and he managed to hold on to the oflice do spite the efforts of tho anti-Piatt men to dis lodge him. hen he rnn for Bhorlff of Queens county lat fall hu resigned the Collectorshlp. The Democratic nominee beat him out of his boots. Then he was n appointed Collector. He save his removal is sirup y one of the steps the Ad mlnlsirution hns taken against 1 l.itt. 'Die other wing of the i epuldii an party say Mr. Burden - removal was brought about by an lnvestlg itlnn into his methoOH of deduct ing the Oiiive, which are said to huve been un satisfactory. IX Assemblyman Thomas A. r-mith of Hempstead baa been appointed to Oil the vacancy. Praceful onasrl lor tfc Colored Faetlnaa, The friends of the Bov. J. P. B. Bmlth, the colored mcrater at large of the Republican btate Committee, will hold n -meeting in Thompson street, near Bieecker street, to-morrow night The object of the meeting Is to take steps to protect Dr. Mmlth from the friends of tho llov. Dr. Derrick, whom Dr. Smith succeeded as a member of the com mittee. it Issnldthat the formation of tho Colored Ladies' hocial Political Organization has d. ne Mr. mlth a great ileal of damage. It as said last night that Dr. Derrick's friends would try tocnitur the meeting, berrnona counselling 1 eace I . tween the two factions will be prem hed to'iinv by scveial colored clergymen, anion.,- them the Bev. bamuel Wisher of Mt Olivet thurcb. Grn. Weaver aad tke Prlntrra. Des Moinfs, July 23. An offlolel of the local Typographic! Union to-day gave out a state ment dt-ntlng the announcement that God. Weaver's printing oflice has been declared aualn-t by the lypographhal Union. His olllce, the ptatauient Bays, is In good standing with the union, and no friction of any kind has occurred. Hi Will Work Tor Cravelaaa. Fort Wiine. July 23,-Danlel Harding, a prominent Ilepubllean and ox-Mayor of the city, dei larod for Cleveland to-night Several resignations of llei u licun County Commit teouiuu were handed In to-day. All Qulrl at I our d'tlrns Mlnea, Wahtiimiios. July 23.-Gen Srhufleld has re ceived advices from Wardner. Idal(o. stating that the condition of affairs there has as sumed such a I e icuful aspe 't that most of the United M.ites troops ordered there t i pro serv e the i e.ico c m with entire safety be with diain. (tin hi h ifleld in the troot.s that came from Forts heoghand Missoula. Dejuirt merit of tha Imkotii. will flr-t I o withdrawn, and (ten linger, acting with tho sum tlon of the civil uulliorllles. wl I exercise hlsitlwre ilon In withdrawing ho other troops, which I clone to :he Dei artmunt of tho Columi la Isn fir as fieri. Hchofl dd I- advised, about .(OOof the sn Iking nilnms nre under nriest. and ulll he tuhcn o llo(S ity fin trial Other union mlneis e'lgigcil in the ibdous strike are le iv Inthe On urd' Une country In n'l tho trails known to them, In order lo avoid arrest Pay for 'I Ii Ir Own l'u 'I bla Year. Early yesterday morning nearly 3.000 em ployees of Clatk's hlg thread mills at Newark and Kearney started from the Broad street station nf the New Jetsoy Central llallroad in Newark, upon tho annual excursion to the seashore. It was not onu of the old-time ex elusions. In which the emoloirrs puid the shot, but was got up bv the I mplnyeos' Belief Assoclu'lou. and the company had nothing to lo with it exiepl to leimlt the employees to take half ,i da) off at their own expense. 1 orly ci aci.es. In three trains. Were i eon I red to take the j arty to Highland Beueh, and each ooach bora a olg niu-lln sign inscrli ed with the name of the society, Tne evpenseswere Paid enllralyfr m ths sales of tickets. The bra-s band conns, led with the mills gave Its services The Clark Thread Company refused to gls Its enipl iyeos any more excursions alter tho spinner's strike ol two years ago. K-Kcurs a tilrl frciao Ilrewaias. Wiiuuvstic. Conn., July 23. I.oula H. Howard, a S'ew York travelling agent, rescued a young girl fro u drowning last night While strolling along the bank of the W'illimautio Idler be hear I a scream, un I hastening to the rut found Alice Mather, the seven-year-old daiighterof uuie Uather, -tru.'glln.. In tha water, riha was nulla u d siuncu from tho bunk, hut Howard muds his way to where sho was struggling an I brought herashuie bhti was soon resuaoltated and taken h ilnn. bhe had fallen off the tmukand was carried out to midstream. Tsk ow route lo th Adirondack UoantalDi, a XtwIiirkCaairal. EniluiiUUi.-ili, t I' WIFE SHOOTS HUSBAND. i mmmm ao 3HB iirsnAxn, un. irvrxKnvinLD uv hockahav ju.Atn, hats. n Explalaa that It waa Heareklag Ika Uouss Thrangs fir Her; aad al Last Fou.id Her Vader a Table Aa He waa Lilting Da ike Tnhle (talk )! Hkok -Bockawat Bztcn. July 23. A. G. Butter field, a jeweler or this placo. was shot by hta wife to-day. The Butt erflelds are well known, and until recently It Is said they have been In prosperous circumstances. The shooting oc curred at their residence. Quarrels had been of frequent occurrence lately. Mr. Butter field, according to one atory, went home to day, and going to his wife's room began upbraiding hor for her love of socioty. At last, goaded beyond endurance by his taunts, Mrs. Buttnrllold, It Is said, suddenly drew a revolver for tho hnsom of her dress. In whloh she had It concealed, nnd pointing It at hor husband, pulled the trlggor. The bullet struck Mr. Iluttorflold In the arm. His wlff) was about to shoot again. It Is said, when Mr. Duttortletd rushed at her and grasp ing the weapon, succeeded in wrenching It from her hnnda. Poliooman MrCalloch heard the report of the revolver while h was passing the house, and rushing In. ho Placed Mrs Butterllold under arrest A patrol wagon was summoned and she waa taken to Police Headquarters and lucked up. Dr. l'hllle.i was summoned to the house to attend the wounded man. laite to-night tho tihy-ielnns declnred that Butterlleld was not badly Injured. Mrs. Butlerflelil was locked up for the night In th Bockuway Bench jail. Mie will lie examined before Jus Ice Smith to-morrow morning, llutterfleld, In telling the story of the shoot ing, said thatlho anil his wifo had ijuarrelled for weoks. He said that she wanted him tb give her money to pay her boird in New York city ' wiiile she was seeking a situation. Mho said i ye-terday thai If liutterileid would give hor 45 I she would lonvp him lorever. Ituttorlleld also ' said thut hla wife had lo.ked him out ol their home for three weeks, and he was obliged to sleep tn tho rear room of his store. During that time she sont his men's to him hjr mes senger. At Inst he :ild he wouldn't stand it any longer, and insisted on going Into hla house. I On ThurndAr night his wife stayed nut until II o'clock, She said she had bejn calling on rome friends. He upbraided her for staying out so late Last night llutterfleld di I not -ee his wife. He said she bid from him, and he doesn t know win ther she was In the house or not. He-went around town searching for her this morning, and on returning home this Hfter noon he began searching the house, tie went Into tne dining room, he said, and lilted np the ends of the table cloth, which hung ' oyer the table and reached to the door. As he did so his wifo, who hnd been hiding undertbe table, fired the revolver and shot him. Mrs. I uttertleld told the officer who arrested her an entirely different story. . title ald that her husband had been drinking. Hhe denied emphatically that she sho him. nnd said that I heehot hliuseli while triing to con ml! sui cide. The sympathy of the people is largely with Mrs. Butterlleld. . . Quarrels betwoen the couplo date back a considerable period, and it is said they have been the talk of the nelshlHv hood. Almut a month ago Mrs. Butterlleld. driven to desper ation by. as It was declared, her husl and's constant fault fin ling attempted suicide, Bhe took poison, hut tho clo-o was so large that her purpose of killing herself was thwarted. There Is a great disparity between the agei of Mr. and Mrs. Butterlleld. ho being tJ7 year, old and she about 2.". He has I een married four tiiiits. Mrs. Butterfleld waa a wl low when sho met him. tshe Is a flne-looklng woman, who has always been prominent in social affair. Her husband. It is alleged, con stantly found fault with her Tor her love for company. Another cause of contention be tween them. It I- mi. arose from money mat ters. Mr. llutterfleld. at one time, possessed considerable money, which his wife. It la al leged, accuses him of having squandered through drinking habits; They live In a pretty home, which is tastefully and neatly furnished. MISTAKES FOR HOBUtl UUCIIASAX. A Sedate Faellsb ' crc'iaat Pnsaea for tba Port aad Dr Mallet. Ban Fraxcisco. July 33. The fashionable Hotel Belmonto at Mnntorey Is stirred up over a ludicrous mlstako by which a prosaic Eng lish merchant waa lionized aa Kobert Bu chanan, tho poet and dramatist The Briton arrived at the hotel three days ago with two Irlends. He registered In a fine literary hnnd, and, as his nrme was similar, und he bore a strong resemblance to the author, several literary women guests declared that hu must be the author or "The bhadow ol the Sword." He was asked by them to write his autograt h In their albums with some poetical -entlment He received all their flatter) comt lacentlv, but grinding out poetry for them kept him up all night and the result was something to shake their conlldence in their IdoL The next day he was the centre of an admir ing group, ills companions became sus picious, and asked the hotel clerk why -o much nttentlon was paid to ihelr friend. They broke the news gently tn him. but bia conceit had enstalni d a bail shock. A I.' threo raked up and left quietly before the Btory leaked out Ran Down a Blcyata la t'ealrml Park. Arthur Crowley, a salesman from Cincinnati, was taking a bicycle ride In Central Park yea toidaynf.ernoon.and somewhere in the neigh borhood of Seventy-ninth etieet ho was run down by a light wagon that had a couple of men in it He and his wheel and the horse got all mixed up together. His wheel was ruined and he was cut on the head and hrul-'-d pretty much all ovei by the hi rse's hoofs. The men who run over him got awav with their rig. He was taken to the 1'resbytorlna Hospital. Tho Leblgk Taller Kara Trraalaal Prop erty In Uutr lo. Bujtai.0. July 2.1. -The Lehigh Valloy Rail road has just concluded a large purchase of property In this city for the purpose of erect ing freight sheds. The property is on the south side of the Ham. urg Canal and extends easterly fiom Louisiana street aoout one third of a mild And Is 30U feet In width. There nr a number of structures on the property at present, which will he torn down and replaced by freight houses, offloes and all the other es sentials of a great freight terminal. The price paid Is said to be nearly SI. 000.000. Cat Hi-r Cbtld'a Ears. jAcxsovrn.LK. July 23. A colored woman named Ileutor Thomas was brought Into the Municipal Court this morning, charged with assaulting hor slx-yeur-old daughter. Hhe pulled out the child's tongue, and, with a dull pair of eclsa irs. cut Its ears. 'Ihe woman admitted the crime, and snld the punishment wa-Inlllcled tn cure Ihe child nf (ha hai.it of bteuling. The womau will bo tried on Monday. P'Wdrr Ml III lllewn Up. Matnahh. Mass., July 23. One of the Ameri can Fowder mills was blown up to-day, killing Beninmln Ingiarn, a workm in. His body was Idowh several hi ndred ft ot and horribly mini gled. The mill was a new one and only started in operation yesterday. Tho cause of the ex plosion Is unknown. JlUiJXl AHOUT TOtrX William Corarly of the sn.h.r Una tslltil on ttia Anrliona, yeiitrilay, wliti bia wlt and daughter, for t.U.uosr. JiibD iloftarr. 40 jm i.pj, a itrward In the Dnlvar ! i i tub. Ua.U.on aicieie and Twnl)-ixtt tlrcat, a, aiaauUed ut nuiti -t I our lli avrnueaud Tscuiy plitii mrae! and ixii i,i hurt on tba i.ead. A ooic of caibo le ucid irai givrn by mlitaka for coukU mcillc.iie in Tuenday in Macirit keiy. a four Wen in nllmoid cbill wli.111 partnti Itv at Vlrit ava oua ami. Tiilrlyrntb itruet. Hbs died ytilcrday, Ellaabttb. Murrm.liH years old, of 1.433 hi rond ave nue, atli-inpted auleiila isll nlfbt bi Juuipioit In in a ertond-rtory vrlndos to tba yard, lo-r btad sat bruited arid the rru ved In omul injurus. Sue wr taken lo ihe frenbyterian llmpllal. The m dy ot an unktiosrn man. shout 65 yenre otd. wee foun I i oatlujr in tbe bound, hit oaW Point, ) ru ler ley bj MtihavITonrad of t..!?ubrril u aifiitie. s bo towed It a-horee mnttined tbe Mi rrliunla polled, Tbe man u euppoie 1 to bate been a dec hand Itciwrour A Arcblbad la i'roadwsy. ardinuiledire, with Ihslikl tlie receipt nf lot pscksire vl clmb Jnjf wbhb they ba.e ernt to the I elurf i ouimti tre al si .roiine br the trrumn Miranda The tteainetiip I'orits win tell for tot. Ji.mie in the SOlli. an I any further donation Kill be fdrirarded by ber free of obarxe Among; the paesenaert on the Trench ittaintr La rbauoaine wh tb failed for llaire ymterdiy werei Mr, Warner. C.in-u-Uriiei at nt liauce to Hhsnirlial; Mr. V. Iioinere Vargas JaVxi an At nutrr in oerioany; II Patrueticfreuub Mialelarto he Lniled statei., the Cojiitrtede iliey, Judie Itowlaud. J, U, Llpilncutl, aud Deary Mln.r, Mariln Manmnc 81 yearenld. who wae foremen of h rauir of men einiiloyef In tbe Deiarlmenl of rubllo worke. fell in a fll at llillll ilreet and Usual!! ave. aueieilrrdai morulna and died belorr inedlral ld eoul.l read. i iiliu rro.n thr itarleai lla,ntal. Uie bouie wa.at I27IU aireet and becoud avenue, Apeplexy mi tbe ra ibp of death Ken- T rk O rs Rvi road Detective Tlmmon ar rabrned Liui At tin 7 J vmth avenue tn the Y.irk il leiriaill ,e. rd , ctlirailif him vrt h btine; cue of the aanir erbo llred a n nduitur an June VI lieiauee beau u.H iop ira a l ron Weibinston Inlet limn on vtobrdrea a knife when Tiuinintie arretted blm. but wat clubbed into tubiniiiloa. Ue wat bcld lu Mo ball far eiaminailoa. I fJrspiMflAo writ tub lubbtisis. The World's Pair People Fonaa Tfcaw 'Were lajarlng Their I'aat., TVAsnnmTos. July 23. The managers of the World's Pair tn.000.000 loan scheme are bad ly frightened by the unfavorable criticism upon the gang of professional lobbyists in their employ, and to-day otders were given to dispense with tholr services at once. This course was determined upon at the suggestion of the friends of tho Fair In the House and Bcnate. who Informed the Fair people that the so-called "attorneys" were hurting the cause more than they were bene fiting It Commissioner Ht Clair was blamed tor tho employmentof these men, t ut It la un derstood that he defends his action on tha ground that their engagement was sanctioned by the managers of the Fair. Hardly one of these lobbyists can Influence a single vote lu either branch of Congress, and their connection with tho Fair occasioned much surprise, and probably Induced many mem bers to voto In opposition to tho loan beea'u-e of their annoying Importunities. But llttlo fault Is found with tho regular authorized Commissioners and officers of tho Fair for attempting to impress upon tho minds of Con gressmen the necessity for the appropriation, but thore Is a general feeling of resentment against the disgusting methods employed i.y the lubbv to force members to vote oontiury to their judgment The World's Fair mnnngers expect to have a slight majority on a "showdown" on tho appropriation, and If tier have such a ma jority, with a quorum voting. It of course, seltl.'S the matter, nnd It Is almost equally certain that If tho next vote should show a clear and decl-lvo majority of the Houso against the appropria tion the "-enate would yle it something. 1 hero Is one thing, however, that is disturbing the World's l"a r malingers and meml ers who aro anxious fm final adjournment, and this isthut a quorum tuny not vote on the World's Fair Item on Monday. There is a vigorous offort l.nlng made tore call absenteo-i, nnd to hold for a lew dnys longer membeis now In the city hill chafing to get out of town. One of the active Worlds lair workers said this morning that he was afraid that with nil members present in the House casting their votes, a quorum might not te disclosed. It Is certain that sorno member would raise the point of no quorum should such happen to be the case. The World's Fair man added that they had kept a great many nf their friends here on the assurance that the mattot would reieh a vote this week, and now some of them, he feared, would leave town on the afte noun und evening trains. This would make necessary a call of the House, an I delay final action. There are not a great manv members In the House at any one tlmetlie-e hot days, but on a vote many new faces appear, and yesterdays voto allowed 20O mombers present nnd voting. Tbi-would Indicate that, bifrlng the pros pect nf a filibuster by Southern members, which mav or may not occur and will c n tinue to no a matter of speculation until the last tm ment. a quorum will bo hern on Mon day even tliouir.i some of those now In the city take their departure. It Is expected thrtt some additional members will nrrlve In tho c ty in time to vote on Mon day and render possible an adjournment of Congi ess. nnd the fact that the Hnum report Is ready to be called up will tend to swell the attendance the adoption ol tho resolution urging) ommlsslon.-r Itanin's dismissal being In the lino of Democratic party policy. JIOXIHEAL AAX1UVS. Tho Proposed Itelallatory Mannrea Con duce to Tknn rhirnlneas. Monteial. July 23 The proposed retalia tory measures by the United States against Canada for discriminative rates Imposed ou Americans using the Welland Canal, have cronted a groat deal of alarm among tho busi ness men of Montreal. The Ilrst Impression was that the proposals were simply a bluft and thnt tha President was using the question for election purposes; but now that both branches of Congress have taken the question seriously In hand, business men are beginning to realize thnt It Is a serious mutter, and that It mav be attended with grnvo con sequences to tho Dominion. Tubs n's arti cles, which have i een republished here, have also convinced the business uien thut both parties In tlie States nre in earnest Mam business nun hero express the opin ion that the Tory Government at Ottawa, on account of Ira hostility to the Americans. Is to blame for the whole difficulty. 1 evul-h-aded business men declare that the trouble Would never have ari en had the re late been allowed to Ogden-burg trans shipment and no charges been made In the St I-awrence Canal on grain via fgdens btirg Ihe To lies, however, never le.itn any thing, even in the present grHVecrl-is Their Bapers continue to expres- hostility to the nlted Mutes. The Montreal iVt lie. one of the leading organs of the Government, to day practically suggests that American vessels should be shut out of the W'ellund C'unaL Miss najrlls'e TJndy RrciTerrd, The body of Miss Inn a Bnylls, who was arowned on Friday afternoon while bithlng In the Great South Bay at Hemlock Beach, near Amltrville, has been recovered. It was sent to the) residence of her father. Oliver W. Bajlis. In Jamaica, yesterday. Miss Baylis was 1H years old. and was em ployed as a nook Keeper by Beets ,t Cornell In Jamaica, hhe sang in the chou of tlie Presin terlan I hu ch in Jamaica. '1 IiuisiIav she lo't home on her vacation and, In conn, ctlon with others rented a cottage on the I each at Aml tyvllle. They all went In bathing on Friday afternoon. Miss Pavlls got bejond her depth and was drowned Luforo help could reach her. Mrs. barnh II V. llsnn's Will. WrrrrE Plaiot. July 25. Tho will of Mrs. Sarah II. a Wilson of honkers, who died on July !. has been offered for probate. It waa made on Feb. 8, IHtX). aad disposes of prop erty worth tl 15.000 Mrs. Wilson leavea a brother. Morris W. Lyon. t-'.fitH): he sister, Martha J. Lyon. S2 !!)0, and her husband. Philip A.Wilson. J.I.UOU The residue of the estutelsto 'edivided Into live enu.il parts for the benefit of her five children. JohnM. Cornell of Now York Is sole executor. Dr. Graves Aa!.- re u .New Trial, Denver, July 23. Tliero was filed In the of fice of tho Clork of the Supreme Court to day the brief of the appeal In the case of Dr. Thatcher Graves, charged with the murder of Mrs. Josephine Uarnnby. The prayer for a new trial lea long on. Six principal points are made in the answer, hxceptlon Is taken tilth jury Instructions of Judge lltslng. and the document says too much of the evidence la circumstantial to be ontlrely legal. Ihe Moueatonlealny r Pieced la tke tlaads or a Ueeelver. Nohwale. July 2:1. rrom trustworthy reports reeeivort to-dny It Is learned that J. rierpont Morgan will place the llou-utonfa llallroad sy-tem and its leased line, the Dun bury and No walk In the handsof a receiver, as the most practical way of bringing tiieir affairs Into a sntl-'in tory 1 nuditlon und secur ing a thorough te irgarilntloii EnElle ram l.mlnit Wis i-rn Laed, Laramie, Vy July 2.'!. A contract has been enlerod into betweon thu Douglass Wil liam SartorisComr-ir y and an Knglish abdi cate by which the extensive ranch propeitles of tho former, about twenty miles west of ihe city on tne Little J niuiuio. will nu tratuferied to tho latter, und next seaaon will he occupied by o large Hcuttioli colony. The consideration Is said to be over S1.UUO.000. VI ra, Benjamin Uallon CJete n Dlvnrra. WniTB PluAlNS, July 23. At a special term of the Kupromo Court befote Justice Dykraan. at White Plains to-day. Amelia Dalton got an ah solute divorce from Benjamin Dalton. They live In New YorU city and they had been mar rled about ten y ars. Deteitlve S. J IaiwcII swore that hefollowed Dalton to -everal houses oflllieputolnNow York. There Was no dofonce. Mint al Her Home. At 0:30 o'clock last night Annie MoElroy was shot at her home, 437 Wot Flfty-seooud street 'J he I all entered her left IbUb, mak ing a alight wound. It was extracted. It is not known who shot her. Or 'red lo I'.x.Pirsldrnl Adams. Madison, July 21. Tlie Board of Itegents of tho Wisconsin Mate University has offurod the Presidency of the un vorslty to. "t-l' el dent Adams of Cornell University, .Mr. Ad mis la expected here next week lo consider the mutter. r-naaebadt siiaiili d Ml itt-ry, James Slnttery. living at the Summit Hotel, was stabbed In the left side by a man he didn't know, at Par', row and James street, Inst night He wus taken to Ci nmbors btreet llos pltal. The wound was tevere. Kor tbe Adirondack Mounialat, n w cars, new routes, ptrttct service by ike Iter Verk Central. Alt. I, 4$ h Both tlio method and results when Byrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleaeun t nnd refreshing to tho tnsto, and nets, gently yctpromptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers aud cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the enly remedy of its Kind ever pro duced, pleasing to tho tasto and ac reptahlo to tho stomach, nronipt in its action and truly beneficial in ita cflectn, prepared only from tho mott healthy and uirreeahle substances, ita manyexcclloiit qualities coin mend it to all and havo niado it tho most popular lcnii'ily known. Syrup of Fips is for sale In 50c and 31 Wtlcs by nil leading drug gists. Any reliable druirgNt who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it. Do not accept any tubstitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL UWIsmiE. AT. HEW YORK. H. J. II OA BT 111' MASHA1TASB. Tho New Tnrks tierre ed in a Grime. Full nf r-irlle and 1,1 od. The knights of the Cherry Diamond met the wing-footed followers of Mercury nt Travels Island yeateiday In a I attle replete with blood and thrilling situation-, and when darkness east its mnntle over the lovely Isle, tho cossa tlon of Hostilities showed thnt Manhattan's warriors had routed tne disciples of tho ileet god In the first lacrosse game of the Metropoli tan Association's championship seri. s. The score read: Manhattan A. C. 4 goals; New York A a. :i goals. 'Ihe veteran captain of the XewYorks, J. C Flannery. who came Into the game when no of the i) urers hud his head si. lit open, sienied theoul) blaer Inal refinliu'd from slugging, an I his sdeutillc pluying hub applauded. 'ihe teams lined up as follow b: Mil. Je.Hi.-. .v. r. a. c " eil noal fasiuo Mil hell 1'i.iiit t untz. I de I apanova t'ovi-r fomt Ilon. Kr-iuuiund Mrtt lirlence tape Telfor se. un.l llei-nce...... (a.nrron. J de Catanova T inl I ervuee Ksu orlont. Ds.it i.nn Prut, rrasknea Thiol a taik he I. ait. Ila.l 8rrnnd At.ncb Wip.nir t-eritle 1'iri.t Atticlt II buti.rions. McKay ou tile bo e llii.ns. Ilaon In-ide llnuie Ilvnrict Referee R K. Dunning, Nes VorkA.C. I nipirat for It y A. C fc. II. bat ure and Vlu.ee (ippruheliner. -C.N V. L'mpir-lor M. A C B unit. i;iin N r. A.C. J C. K.anneiy. Cautatn VI A. U II. Ilaon Just t ofore time was called Jim Blackhurst Chairman of the .New lorkA C Atlnetic com mittee prote-ted Hall, rrankum. and Foiule of the M. A. C. tenm. on tho g ound that tho Munhutt.ins liuil in t sent in tb dr list ut pi iy ers by July ill. us Hgreed upon at the meeting of Julvll. Cupt. IUiHi of the 51. A. C retali ated oy protisnug .ose. who piayed with the .Manhattans aga nst ihe sjtnten Isinn is on July It and at 1 hlladelphla last i-ntu da), as being one of tho M. A. U. team The .New iiirks claim thut Hose was never eleitedn menu er of tlie M. A. (. t apt. J! mnery nns that Hull, iiankiitn. ni'd ro.le were repotted as i lay ing In v anuda as Into a- last week, the point being tney Could not have boeu members of tlie .M. A. i. on Jul. III. 'lliellrt live minutes' i lay foretold the fa Uored si e tutors tho were in for a good time, dipt Ilaon of the Manhattans -oon had a bandage around his head, bleeding freely from n cut eye O'Nell. the M. . t .'s sturdy little goal, enierg".! from a serliniungn shoitly alter witn tbe blood streaming down one side of his lace. Sutorious was tuki n from the field, with the blood will ng lr.uu the cut uudnconlUKeit Idea that lacrosse was not what it was i racked up to I e. There wero several minor casualties after this, hut the cuptalns made theoditngreement that no I Uyer was to bo deilaied hurt unless lie was disabled. Under till- rule the gnmo went on meirlly without stopptge until fiomo person unknown (iiuglit li tie O'.Sell a beauty, lunding half upon no-e nmt half upon mouth. When O'Nell got tbe II stclip which laid oen h.s eye he simpl turned a handspring to show that he rather liked that kind of lacrosse. Hut wuen he lUieht the nose-and-moiillil low he lost bi lianilsprlng ing r rocllv ties and staggered over to tne em bankment, where he sunk down and gru.med "Oil. Uirdl" Hs distinct!) ustlie blo..dcushlng from nose and noutb would permit him. Wiunge to say. while the plucky little fellow was being do tored be leg in losob hy-terl-cally. although refusing to ictlro Irom tho game. Not. Ing noteworthy occurred until near the end of the second ihreo-ituurtei'-.wheii W hit ng of the New oiks. in lui-lng Urauiin nil .ftho Manhattans, adopted a new. uubiue lan of stopping him. He shoved tlie network of his croe stick In lirnunuoud'H l face and. giving a twist. sent the I Manhittnn man lljlng exuelly as a collar-a'ld-ell.ow wrestler eon Is his man when lie I gits n hack h dd on lilm. Kntinmond g it up. b vered hl-i connection wit the Lame, and started fur Whiting. He got a pretty lair BWlpo at the lattei's neck, and u at ream of blood and a long i ut showed that lie hnd got square. There were loud cries of "bhatno!" and 'Fiiiill" but the lefeiee -aid nothing. Whiting nluckily I andnged tho cut with his handkerchief und went on playing. Two Hundred Wbrrlmm In e Crntnry Rna. Twotiundrel wbrrlmeu etarie.l from tho rontlnental Unlet Ner ark, ate .'clock ymterday inorrunir. to pir lolpatal i the nrst annual ceriliiry run of ihe Metres ,s tin Aa.oclatlon ef Cjcllnr i' uti-, Tbe ride tm tn l.inretou anil return The ra nor Kridaj illicit left the ros.lt In fairly k""'l ttiape ahhoucD totue ttretcbee weie far fr.nii Ko .0- Ihr ruts to Pr nr-ron sat arc.imrlihel in H knure ami f.irlj-.Hr nuiulr. One t.midrrd a. d rfly n rl-liisitsrrv- o Ir c "i where iliiiutr ait- . s'.rn nn I a i h in r.i b u t mi t ik n Hi 111 - f.. Ir campers T con ru ' 'P a N" ir- ss, a tn m i it in ii h. ui t and -Ci urn t ' r i ' a ' a n an e s.i ettLt tnll. ti h. ii- I Hire i on llir enure Un unlet Tl.-O a in uli a " ll resranl al i 4ri o'cock. l'l lo ii i. rloc .o r r ' i rider- hud ritiitiir 1 rsn It.in Nimi-' nnriawe-e nleird ae prll-s Tnr Ilirtti a Air 'h W herlu en Men tue rte tor ha uullic irieiii' aiiriiiirr of in n no-h mu.i me n.rii.li no ir l.o. st. on, nun tie Atlanta Whr. .. nien who i r li r -ii'sMif tin UrtroiHilllan Atis cisllun.i tnit r m iec nd l tuner. Iwulldieir irlto-r 1.1 'lltllirc. They were Jl t W I'., Wan n ndlir II t n te VI u t t'yi un le true nf .Nes-ari. ant Vlrt - II M ilde f Wett llmi-iam. Auk. UK the t t who hid in- ibrr In tilth s-rre. The Mun slta'. sal i elum i a Kinetic iib.nt tlotcili, Hrncu inmco. 1 h I. nltitnlstid Mnt r.ain y Whrolm n li no. I II Islohlrie Hr.lrer I I yrhnir I lull. Atalanta Wlrrlnirn llaouirli tleicle r,u i, lu In Men 1 1 yrlliw I -i.ne huzaheih Athlrtlc i b b W ( I toe i rails id Vl'irrmeli IJnlr.n 1 nanly H .nil r luiibeiti Vlbrc'mrii, au I a number ut un.itu'uJ ridrrt. Her Hnlr Itumed On by Llclllnliiz. Ottumwa. July 23 During a thunder storm yesterday Mrs. Alex, riuller, living a few miles fimn hare, wus struck by lightning, the bolt coming down the chimney and stiiking her on the top of the bend, burning fvi vestige of hear off and tearing nw.iy pail of the sculp. It then ran down her nei k and breast tearing off her clothing. The won ler fnl feature of th"case Isthut the woman is still ulive und iius a chance of recovery. I us Una's nattto lo JVew Tnrk. llrplirt lu riinfioni atkrd rrtru day hu thr (Uinta and cilurni o the Ammran iiir.'rojio is. Sutintlom to ughlsrrra ami praitiral mforria tionnr pra licit propte. The Sun inll pubtifh, in timeor meal the tohtmliu ( thlrtUnn nejl Dr. later, a lompl te.unlqii: auilpiaititaleul lelnok fof'm ei'u. It mill tell tiitms ichttt Ihe nights ure, how tn reach them, tehere lo lo lie and hoard irhile here nj fi' iott, vhere tnib rho'ealeor retail shopping, hoo to amuse thrnihtlrn, awl art rest trhen iretry of sihlseema. II trill be altrtir. tnclv printed, pleaiant to rent, and Ihe wCiis-l matter uill be diluted and arranged iitaraulo insure the best results. The retail prire inlf t "S cents per topy. The un's (lulde Ulll alt i offer uuejuilled and exceptional opportunities to adrrr titers. Those teho insh further information on tliis $ bject should address The G'uiJe hook Dt aritmoa aflht Act-. 1'ork Hun. CIllCKET. Tke lUrke'eve HUH m Tea. The tletkeley Club tisfl a very aaty victory over tha Dreoltlyn CO yeeleidiyat vtnrrlt lielflitB, wlnnttut by "Scuutand& alckett. The icoret isniiatTs, araenar W. A r.rty, b 'aclton.. 3 s. W. r.ichar.non. t. A nr.sn, c, 1'ajne, b. I Proan, l Tulle , ... 15 I nun ...IH A W I nulbr. 0 Tullle, f. l. Kenih, b, .Iscktnit. 3 ti, Durrani , II IIHuil ti I'nlb 2-' f 'I I avne, b. luttle .. Ill A. a bora it. b Jacks n, It M It. i nbti n it out 04 IV. lD,f,u I'nl.li ... 7 II K " irk on, r, ltote, II A. luttle. rau nut .... Ir. b. 1) r am IS W.J XI inly, iuii nut a J tumirri.c. Tullle, b, W, U heap- b Jarktnn O' He ma . . J. K . mhertb. Jack- ,T. J, n itellly. not tut... Ill eon . r. il Weeih. I J Duncan not not O O. R. t'r a.ier.l ai.innthst Kr fi H. 1- Walltrr. fdldnomat. Let bjet IKA I'ruie id.j Nu uait 1 S)et 7 leirhjet ? Total 88 Wldet..., I Total 1110 two niviei roa at aarLar. The flcrksler tacmd eleven Ideated the Broekljrn aecond e even al I roepect I'atk. The tcoret etaanuT t. e, itcosn eaonaLTs tttnsn aLaras. iiHYKs. J H. Criiutht n, r. la- K. L. Kiuhtil.c. rulllp. b. bib. li. I srniishan ... O ui la a 10 A. w. Hatrirt run out 18 I . s. Ciruarl an runout lit L lb.iktusoti, e. Lar- E. Gnu d I b w. u. UP niahtii. b uniil.t , R lard (I It. 1. nt..sn. b. O'Kcilly. 6 II A Hiildtc b uilinrd . 0 1 A. ilillard. U. i ar il Mie, e. Iiupmnt in, ntirhan S b Uilinrd... 17 ft. I. .rusn, c Ice lull, W trite ay. i. b. w., b b I'amtrlian . 0 All laid 1 J. Mllirr, c. UUlle b. ft A Hoisn, c. Ihllllpt, II Krl li ...... 4 b. either . . 1 It. I'. I n I Tor J. e and h. u. aitr.ane, c. Urown. I ! ei ly 0 b. Pun li .... Ill J Sunt, no, out u w. w While not out . o J. liinee, a, and b. L. Slillu; ui, c. lo.iL.lti- I) I.ellT 0 ii n. n i.uur.1 H Uxtrna... ........ U t I liemieii, BraJ- ford, b llrowu 1 Total ill Extra! : Total "m ntw jaiviiT asitr rlssraa The New frrtey A. I' plsye I a eery time irame at Palertmi and sun by te r nice u rune. The tioret arw jiih'i.- . r. rtrriont, f. W S Ir., ri I'urlai n 0 J. A r.lrh . I. Ell 2 l.i' i i Ier, i button b. i . -utt n b i'.iie 1 jtiituck . 2 II Ml .1 ,b ell II J II l.ur.b Ma t..ck u U Oarktuii.b. Hilt.... 4 J. I Huld, c all 1 li Mt r. Hut nt'rf, c. t.uun. b tori.. 2 11- d .... t V. li lamer, tt sulion, f Ivrrry. b Relit U b via to k .. ir. tt M-otick. L. I tul 2 1 J. i r el . c. 1'iarkton, J. si.tiou, nun out o ti la lick. lrlw.ltie .no nut 11 C. Jl . iim c. Itinby. b J. Unbent at. run nut .. J rib rtt.n 0 A ll. lUlnbow, b. L.lla... 0 C. V iuii tin, I b ir. b. I.jet 7 Mattink ... o Linrbyet... 1 A, itunu. ti, Koti-rtlou. Ill J tlilli Malo.ck, 1 Total 40 II llin.lt, not uuu 01 ll)i. 2 Total G7 SKWABK't Sllir T1CTOBV. Tne Newark rtoti ha-1 a very rat victory ov-r tba Bomb Ur.i'.kiin iiam m Newark, winning byliuruni and i w Ickiiit. The score: ioltii ns 0RIT. Ktwiiir.c, U. A. lUhhur), L b w. A It. hlrattnrd, b. 3, b strsttnrd 0 Dixon 8 V II Abt.o r, b Monro, CO bowman e J. Mte W Mine b MraUnrd . 1 nut, b ituth on IU I. c. uixon, tl. vvbite b. iC. At .ore. run out a Mtiilterd 0 T. i.uurrt not out 03 J. lUriiu , li VI. inre .. 2J, E antilel I, o. a Mar- A II nil. c Bowman, b. nut. b. nth on 4 sirattoiil . ... 0 II. Kiuaht, n. A 0. Dlxun 0 II. H tliluu.lt Moore . 2 J M inltery. run out .... -J. Iiimiii, Ii Vlwurr 4 fc, M IMiocsl not out. ...12 J. I.nhirit. n I.. Mi. ore 0 I 1, iv hue, did run bat. 0 vucriut.li Moore 0 T.Buck ule'd.ald notbat J. tluiL not out IS tire nha u, b A. 0. B)ea 2 Inxnn 20 ay a y Total i le Wide u Nouall 1 total 144 as Ktrmxo ntax at lxstxil raaa. The (tartecn t lull pit nptor) u od same ngeinit New Vi rk aj Crnual Vark ailhouitti th- cnring in tha i r t luiiii vt sa. Ter low, slid were deflated by Juet oue run. li.o tcoret luaLra a c r.( limtiit e Wtn4 lning T. II. Chste. c and b. tikjne.. 7 b. Mi.NrTlu IS r vcKlhtie).U k)tie 3 .Not out 2 F J Eauirh in. b ek)ne .... 4 b HcMevIn 2 W J B .rnry, c. hl.nn, b. Skyne ,. . C c. Smith, b. Walker. 3 W.o IVl klutou. c.Va ker. b. bk)lie S Nil out. In D ti he II). r.sk)ne b Walker o b Mcvevin 1 K. L. Albert;, b -k ne O Hid nut bat O T.J 1' lru).b Sk)liQ O K.inout. .. .. 1 J. J il.oo). n.il out 2 c.Uc .evm.h.Walker 8 Ed Walker, b. h.)ne 1 Did not bat o U IVebt er, b s.)ie 0 lli.l not bat 0 Ilrei o Bja Lerfbici 0 Lrgb)ei s Total :-i Total 44 saw Toaa a a Fi'it Inntnff.. rn, d nstsyt. C 11 Johtit n, li. Webtter... 4 b. Webater 1 J. Plie an li liuyhliu tl I. A -until u aebtter o c Loa'Uii.b.viebtter. 0 1 s inn. run uul 0 1 A s)lir, t. Webtter. b I., uutu ii. .. .. 2 Iletlred hurt O T. g.a.c-r t li Wtbiter 0 J. klcvefin, 0 Kelly, b. Iiubli. n 2 Bettred Dart B H. t.runl ai;. b Lnuxb In.... o J..lamee not nut 6 b W ebeter 0 .1 li K'.u ke, b liUKhlln . . 2 hot out,.... 7 1 Wtl.er. c. Wa.kur, 0 Waa ler 1 H)e 4 Bye 1 LrK byei 8 Lte: byes 0 Total Id TotaL 14 atsuiTTAs too arcn roa tiik bos or it. i.cobok, Tl e soiii at st OeorKe of tba t-coud arctlon slid tha VtHiiliAt.Hnt t.r the rrtt arcl nn . I t I Metre podtau I.rsifu tr.rd ti rlr ttr nti. st I rnrpeoi Para, aud iba j ttt tet.ll n letm sou. Thaeturet masuattah. toss or er aoaoa. 11 II. Cn)iir, retired .... 45 A. Hammond, c. sined A. suirule. b Ham- e).b I'iru irrratt, .. 8 uiond 12 J F etler. i,. bluxaotn, F. J. rrenleriraet, b. b suir.l e) 8 sto.m .. ... 8 W i a iniund. b. Pren- W I is i, li 1'rrry .. .Ill deiaat. tt A W-llit, c. Sturm, b G. a. s oria. b rreuder- I'erry 8', aatt .... .. 8 R i. e oxtora notoul..fd A. I Lowe. e. Bloxtom, 1- I eart ii.iiul out 10 b. Suieiiirr . . 0 c II 1ue . I.. T. Perry c. Tuke. n. Il A i uuro Didnotbat. J loxt.uu. , ... 0 i. Ibi.e .. ) II. bnUerAood b. sxned hxtiat V ley . l F smith, ti. Coyne 4 TotaL I8cl r svl,ater. b Coyne... O 1. l'u ler ill! b i o)ti, o J siiup.ou. not out o Extraa 21 TotaL 65 iTxiitsriir MAjxtTic to tub roaa. The team of the tteainttiti Jetllc p ayrd airalntc thus! i.i.t.11 A t .and tlirn. Kh the ruud battuia of A K lone, wuii bir Urjui. The rcoret (TBiaour auKinc. m uvnac.i't a c E fltstun l Adu-un.b. Tll. A- Niblet. c. Proctor. ' Ms) . . ..lb I'nniM 11 . ... 6 T later, b Its ton o T. W Hint c Proctor. VI. V fulll'lhuiu, t. Royal . b Cunirdun O b llAtl. ii ., n W W. Tnuuial, b Cono A. I J.iuet b Mny .. ..21 dt.n B J (nlrt. li llatton 4 II. W. Hull, L b. w, b. J Woe b llslton o n ol 0 11. I ate- b llattnn .. Ill) Thelde b Tonadon .. 1 J - tl .n o atilb May HI 1 E. Wa ch. b Owe A. 1'.. an nn rua mil 1 d in 11 t) Wairts-orlho llattin. I. A. ilillard. b. Conednn R b uiLhtrton 4lt. li. Red unn l.b Atlatni 1 H. Tutt.et, not out HlT.lt Iirtnneu run nut. 1 Extrae H tl F w, I rpper. not out... 1 cl Watit, b. Lougitoa.... U Total f,t Exirat 4 Total 43 a oiiis roa staut countt. A mlxea tram of the Hone nf st Oeorfe playadtbe Elnirt i outitt nun at 1' ntpirt I'atk. and were de feated by a runt altera very cute Kauie The score! tost nr er. ui one a . aioi cohstt W. llatton. b. Vihlttnir- VV J, Wood b Welch.,.. 1 ham .. . 2 A A. AUauil. c, Ibumas C.J Iti ttell. c. Cutter, b b Hub., . .. 1 VV nltl uiria n ... OJ V ay, r. aid b Welch . 0 It l),c. I'm v lor, b Haw- .H. VV loncdon.o Harris. mi . Ki b. B ill ,13 B I'-ittrreiai. b Haw-, n, o II ftnwlsy b Welch 2 J .Niwmsii, r. F.i)er, u. Ill W, Birn-t, b Hull, ... 1 llnirton . . 4 l . I elint b llarrlt 13 J. (MUc in lbsb Whit- K I. Ilairlt. c Chad-lint-. am 0 wlr'. b lliuinai .,1ft V. i ilu.c Inton rinnji 0 P. frrnt'er, not out c l. Hamr p llHlvai.n 4 Pr Ui.oinck, c. and b. I r..)il . lutti.ii tt llirrit . 0 I ii wen, run mi M T Vyirt. b Tl.omt. ,, j I'. Ilillaui, i, an.lb Lair. I xirnt 1 .n 3 hxirnt e Total 1,2 Total Vii isoTiika nisi i-ob sew jrrs'r. The Nns Jertey trennd eleteu iuii; t'erdsy. de. rra nu, lb- .Ne Vnrk teu n I cletin at i tin 1 rk by t.-t r lit. The su ei Ni.tr tic o a KLKrrs, s J a r ti m. HBtre. T. VIrV.liail I. K. X. ,. s'l'.ll. I'm Itml, c .Mb J T.initn b t'lirbrr... ul luitnt s v i line 8 .) slurs... run o tt ,,, 1 .' . Ii-r t erllahon, J, M i. rath, b I'lti-tirr 4 li Nrsinrt 23 l.n.lhca a (ex b. II T I u h Ntsli. rf 3 I'llrnir Oil. -il bib. h c ck ., 83 II iMtur.r, c und b tl I rs.ulni;, b .New. Illber . n I. hit ... A I J 1'iviJton runout us lluirtll b Kork .d J, l.ec!-, c blieo li. r I.I-vl" h lluhet , , l roc I -r , ... oa redsi.ud, b. I Itichn h I'ltrber. I H tb-t .. 0 J litt-thnu, net nut al. o Mi-it. ten, o VM1 J, a rne, c. ivx. b, I am- b J'c.ck . ,,, 1 TlOJer, ,., ,. N T I rlllilr, li I iik ... 1 li)it s v i t isrke, tut out ... 1 l.Mel '. Ill t n i ir hye l Toial,,,. s u in , 3 , Tn al lua arr riiiv ar ittrstL rAita. At Ontr.il I' irk ittr l-xi o.!. u ami Vli torts rlubi had a iximicI atiue, abirh ibe loriurr son by jej runt, Tha tci re LBXISilTOS i. I TICTOtlA r r Oration, b. Km nar bon 44 J iho . t.miiun ...lo I'alter-i n, b. Mill. J I. I Uurthe i b rat genu d). i heuii b. i.rmi ....II I Irl.arntoti so eiaji, b RpUtiriu ... 3 Kntrrt o. t'attrraon, li I- V tlr, b KtUnela ,,, U Vu.y e , 0 v t. siti u iu ey ,,. l rtuue-b lluyle .... 11,11 Wrlifhr b. ..-I.li.ln , O lis ry, e Atliton, b. I A II Mail n U oraflun o VI tie ... , .1 II N ttla a t n , 1 Rrlrneln, aot nut O j ttlrhaint li c Itelf I eireuie, b R cliardtoll 0 litla, b, lira tun . l.t Uv. 1 - - fuial su Tola) , , tv Th Wlnnrra lit (tJlonrreter. Oini'crRTr.H, K.J., July UU. Tho races hero toolay rcsultrd as followst Mr, fu.e -iv nut nn ut f rur onrt t,niurn Reel Ir t U.inaee. ..ml. Mu.mra.e.-it ol lime. I .V sr ut ne-iivr lurl un luchard r rr.l, dink uu4ie It-rmid. 1 ill 111 Mac mint llius, I li.1t Ji ra it-ie-sr.ei au 1 i ue i b rur! net incatello nr.t, viant e ond Utrnintie tior.l line It.lu. lo uli Kji ty ita I ur niiita, Iltjru urtt, atoaaooD tei i n I. Kryttoue third- liuii. 1 ,C1, Htih l,re reien and ne half furlonas. Blrion flr.t raniarllan teronl, rohenilan third. Iliac, 1:87m sixth bare live tiirlitheo' atuile. Alata flrit, Aut traleeaind. Beta lUUd. Tlrnt, l.OJJt, ' ... HEWASALM03TWILD WITH PAIN, JOHN COSliB riAT) A 111 III) rWfS or ii Fiut juitEE nn tout: ri a us. l And here's anilher in addti the lont Hit Mr Jni I Cniula of 20 1 K I't.'.-'lttr-"., on th- m h-tt .-ori.r m nt hir.l srsflue, lo,t ilar, A nice fel oa, with a or ir " h.n.e an I this it whAt he " lull Ihe repirterr " I had , latarrh f r three o- four tLxiiVJi- ,vi V yeare My lhrat wat to rAu'"lrl$ tore I rnuidnt ewailow. 1 ., v J.Vi need to nave lerr ble heal- ... i ; 1 at bee. I would altnott its L, ,-eV wild with tain I e ul tn t 134 -JeTtS i,t breathe thro urn car nets, II nt S"-A wat KOpp i un to Mucin J . , I dropped divrn fn me ihrrat, l,- , . I sat a ttnnj ciobune In IfiJfV Ihedrnrtti.reeln ttieiteiah- vj! "- ' bnrbntd I mok ditlrrenl v If .( i kind! of r em mediclnee, y K ' bin theyira.e mo ii.irrllet. S W.tt j au I Dnallv I went l Um ore S. IV't-Ss ' f M.'t'ny anl Willman. sflej f?. VS-'V. V two or ti r a r lit-1 found V ,"( J ) W I wat rtt i.e. acuta nicely, ijj; LXr ( Y-J f eoiitlnne.l lo a-et better. '?JfS SA. i1 and aftrr two mont'e and 'fs,1 7 'fy ahairttrestineitt lamcain- ' ! I 'vi pl-'ely weiL ralna In inr I I ,', k heal all mine Sure thinat ' ' a-taia lananewtttan stul I owe It all la Dootnri Mo iflt. JOIIV CONnit. Cnv anl Wl dmm " Uociort vtcOoy and Wild nan inska a tieetaVr of tie Irearnentof all chronlo d tea oi. met itinr ct't-ri. They Mrnith all medlclnn free, and their ohareet fir treaiinpiitarato mo J t rale that tuey are wuuiu lae reach of alL I DOCTORS McCOY AND WILD MAN, Olfices 5 East 420" Strost, Now York, Where all rurab'e catet are treated with tuceett U )nn live at a listener write far a m m it.t.n bUnk, Cnntnitatloa at urtlce or by mail free of charire A'ltrettall mall Ion Katl 42d elreer. .New V'.irk cttr. once h.ttire-'l In II A. M , 2 lo 4 F. W , 7lu8 P. f. Rundata Uliil2 A.K. int. uimi.vi' ai uosiiiirooD. Kins; lrlncp-i 1l1l-crller, aaeT Aimkow Win fur 'I tteli lino era. riTTFiit'riiit, July 'Jit. Tho si ort wrs good on the Inst ilav at ilntnew lot! 1'urk. and though mitnyitt thehor-esleltlorClevelnn I histnlght, the Held Were large enough to make the heats Interesting, The III luck which hue fn lowed hack rs of tlie favorites all tho week ci ntlnui cl to-day. All the ll.st choice hoi sea downed their hackers. Only ono favorite during Ilia whole meeting landed the money, nnd In) started at anything but tettiuneralivu odds. The meeting has been the most HUccc-stiil ever hold ut l'lttshurgh. and but fojv cases oj suspicious driving oiournd, nnd these on in vestigation were found to bo groundless, btartur Wood Slnrtln did gid woikintnci stand with hut one excel tlon. T .-iluv ho un justlrrrdeied McGinnls. tha driver of ImU'a Vl-her, to give ilm e ton new driver, win 'li euli-titiition 11111I011' tedly lost the game In If lour-veai-old the blxlh and deciding heat o tliH'Jilti trot The Hr-t heat trotted to-day give Sidney in other one Iti the "J .'III list, 1. It. Ilowne's fo.ir-year-olil colt .Ttiilge O. winning his II. -t heat In 'J:'2ll'i. Hut the colt was very so o when ha started, and till- fn-4 hent 1 -t him his inn. forse. omi money, us he 'oul.ln't beat tho dis tant e Hug In the tilth heat. .Indga I Isher was fuvorlto for the 2:40 1 las nt $.'il). the Held - H. After Judge li. snuppel the llr-t beat. Fisher got tw ., reducing his record a so 'ond. Ho vn- un-t" oly. and King Princess ir mi nhi. who hud lad lor,' until now. ste ned off tlueo heats be ow j;Un. The "J-III lace was as usual a guesslnr; match at the start, and the way tlie h at- wero enl.t kept the talent piirr.ied. Ilelloctor. a, Tevns stall on. was ihinholce at flr-t on tho strength of a record ot J'l.ri innde I i-t west at Hichntoml. Intl. The Ilellectnriia tyw recon fl lent to the end. hut Hubs o liter, niter losing the second beat to Tommy, quit a trllle less thnn the other-. rnrn;nnso'dout r the 2:23 (rot at $70, tin field sltjil Belle 'asselt was the most fancleil of the others, but alio was nevor dangerous! Paragon ha not had a race thl- year, .mil wa-J too fleshy for a hu d struggle. The l.on i Island champion imiioycut d urn th llel.i In 1. 2. :t order, reilu dng his record 1 sec on.ll and crediting his -he, ilubtagon. with his Ilrst 2:'J0 representative. Bum manes follow: Coal and tr in rUske, $1 000. 2.40rUtt iro'rln Kin rbe ep b a by Count Trlncept (lle:r)) 13 2 111 Jtidis lltl.e- br t. It ttnksoud 1 b'ef tvee.nult and Evn) 1 1 1 2 2 3 Mail I A. b ui (III 1.) 4 4 4 I I ra J dire 1. . h b -lilnrt'dlnwnri . 1 P. 3 4 dlt Pic. Will- I. c iRini-uit) o dt T me t ja-o t 2c4 n .'i.ij. !, 2:28 2 Ifl rlt.t, p.cin, lilir.r fl 10 . Fobtcri er tr. b by .Mm stl.rl'irr (Hettd- er.lio ) 1 2 11, Tnuitnv.e; it (la'rd) ,. 4 1 c. 4i Mtt M-dium. h m. (l!rant) S 4 2 31 Rr-ICto ,li. t (Hot k) J II .1 9 Pavid Co perUrll lilk tr (l tarkl II .' K al llunro Brl.ler, li. .. rvici'sl 1 3 Dlt) Time 2 lu'6 .':17H, 1 21. 2:ti)X. 2t21clrtt. trnttb f. n ir.e "1 000. Amhny,i.li d by ll-t.tnitou ((urnsell) ...... .,1 1 1 CitiiJin- t. (. (i or. 1 t n 2 Pel e I'a-eett. f. m ille-rey) rt .1 4 MairKoser ch r (lleair.e ) 7 4 ,f 1 apt I in-, h. a tl.awn-l . 4 0 r Frtnklln. blk. ir (-srieant) u 7 if FarhKuu, b a (swain) .. 1 2 dr ltii.e '.2Jif ,iii( 2 11, Tiiouocaiiun, d it sulllt. The SIrsars. V'errla ad '. IV. VV Idiot -at. tul'i Grant 1.9 s-s lit Hrr. Wr.sTNttNSTER. lid.. July 2'). A -llsistrouj contlugratlon atliolllngllrnok.thornclngstnclt nrm of II Wynilhaui Walden. nta' Mid llu burg. was one of tho results of the g-i i e'pe trlcal storm that pa-so I over this count) la t night Lightning e truck theprlncli tl -t.i la on the plncent 10:.'tllo'clock.a:id tliestruciura was siion In flames lhn win 1 awept tlie lira through the stab es, aid all ellirt- 1 1 et'mj guish it were uimvallii:. fourteen beil of stoi k. valued ut more .lian lUO.iMKi. 1 eing do st royed Thn liulldlngs hu'neil wrn th main til. Is, ltOfeet I.) Illfeet, toecovellngofitit ell.It'ictl training track, o'le-elghtii o'u mile ur ,1 1 lie) sialic, and a smaller st.t h out ids o tiny track, with twniiti-IIVf) or t le i tv stul s 'I ii night w itoh 1 nn dleovrd the tiro ni-t . ter the lightning struck tho oiilliliuo tit t'uj (billies sprnid aoi'iilekly lhal thu ti'leu n. who were s.e Ing ill the second stoi v wsia resnued wit 1 great ill.lleullt. They I arel) e cat o I with their lives. There wero forty-one animals In thehurncl buildings, twentv-seven of wnich weie r s cuod. Mimii.' these was the tul I at nn portot Cii'ore. valiie.l t t(HKK) Juiin K A A. II. 'Morris owned the greate' born m nf th 1 Imperilled -tock. Miout seventv-llvo tins of hay Hnd strnv were luirne I. The .hs on tu buildings und e ml -nts otlier limn t.m hor-m Is JITlOIHI Tho horses wero unlnsiirel. Robert Wnlden, son of IS. V. Wablen. 'a)- th it JHHUJOO would not havo purchased th m. The animals destr yedwe e: Fattve'te. a three-re ir-ol. Imports I I'll yr hj Tnwnnioor, out of ( hop t; Nlna' me:, tnreo-year-old HHy hy Duke ol ilotilro-e, outof -nln-j away The latter cost $ 1.5 10 a- a veir'lngl and won 'in.iiiHJ Ut yon. A black e .It Lai Drltnnnie. out of Mary (.trie", oni of tbe bi-t In the slai.lt s; a Ida k ;. ti by llritarinie. out of -e a, I1.11 . hy Iel- ton. out nf C'ontind etion. he I I'lerB being 11 full sitrof theuieit Ingli-hw nn.-iM I'nriidox; n h'u'k cut 'v ''n mil ml um Pi mien, a I In ' 'v M lit in oil if" Minni Me., a I lack 11 ly bvloni'i ill'ieoiit nfyiiilier. 11 1 r um 'l ii bv "il 1 mt of III mini, bv llilt.innli out of I' u nnlse; a 1 I e-lnil! (Illy out of M mile ltll-se , 111 ' sstl.r of '.u-pell.imil a i.rovvn lllly by ! nu (Jelilltrett out of AIM" Made. ft. 1 of the animals saved Is a liny colt ly Long ell ivv.,1 ren ling, for which Mr. ' al I n re cut Iv pal I till OiKI. 'Ihe e neon the 1 1 1 0 neerly IfiiJ valiiuhle racers, m itofw'ih v in stah'es ut ' una dl-tance ft inn tlie I 11 I bull ling-. 'Ihe piurin'; rain il me prev I tie d -tructl m .f 1 in eh larger am un ( properly by extinguishing the hu I Z spirUs which floatej ii tho ulr fir u-.triy a mile. Tke Beudh'ir, It ltd -cures n 1-olnt. Dai.timoik. July 21. Tim I'ototme Vn'tey Itallroad, an extension of tho West rn Mi r land from V llllat.isiii rt to ( hurry linn on 1 1 Potomac, w deli Is n uv completed wi li t exception of a llttlo ba la-tlng. give-t eli I Ing at la-t thut direct ("uiiiectlon w III 'M main stem of the Jl illinium and O m r.i li tlie l ill-iVlVallla II is been trilllg si in t p e 'ul. rhnco'iii lion of this I . s wn a loinei tstlie ' tlicuHc and Oh '. nnd 'he Wester. 1 Maryl-inl. iv 1 three rorvls lo cut oil th" eireu t r t i Ilageistown anil "ive them f .rl v- "1 '. fiirnlslihig an outlet to Ihe West ' .r t e i ness of cartel n I'etin-l'lvanut 01 ir t ! 1; deli bin an ' Ilea ling to Ohio Illver I i. ns, an I a so Into lit Itlinore. m UME. "CW0L'..E. aHLIBU GJ4Pw Jl s et abet, b t rr ti r n So Mn ae 11 ! Wr 'A tl. above Iruck 1 It t" t 1 re. 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