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i4 r r I THE SUN SUNDAY 1 i 1
IUNleL novaitrnrxt lLl1tBIJ5
liii rhyslelan Kxiiccts Uln to Die nt Amy
Time nail M Htxlitnly ThonttU Mhot
IjttiADKTrniA Aug 27 Daniel Oougliortr
may die at any hour Paralysis has sot In
and death ls I expected to come within a day
or two probably without Immediate warning
v The doctors fear that It will bo as sudden a >
though caused by a bullet
Mr Dougherty hal been at his residence
2021 Bpruco street sine June 20 and has
not been out of tho IIOUBO On that day he
camo from Long Brunch to his plunlolnn D
V Wood who Immediately sent him home
I Mr Dougherty thought ho must go to New
York to attend to sumo business In a Jay or
two ills physician dissuaded him Ho had
arranged to go to Europe In 1 week Throe
times week by week ho postponed tho date of
his expected departure at his doctora orders
Ho still hud tho fullest expectation of deliver
4 ing tho oration at tho Columbian celebration
In New York and even began to dictate his
oration to the stenographer without his phy
1 sicians knowledge This oaulld an Immedl
tL dilto and alarming rise In his tompernturo
and pulse His physician prevailed upon him
to desist from that and surrender the engage
ment altogether
At that time tho scat of the trouble was the
liver and secondarily tho stomach Ills
physicians succooiledin restoring the opera
tions of tho liver and tho stomach so far re
turned to work that the patient had a splendid
Mf nppotlto But about that tlmo three weeks
ago symptoms of a more baffling nature were
t observed They woro manifested throughout
the nervous system and pointed to trouble nt
t the bane of the brain A lesion nt the baste of
the brain was the diagnosis The doctors look
for a sudden rush of blood to the heart caus
1 ing death UKB result of Ihuletlon I I this does
4 not occur they think a condition will be
reached which produces a state of Idiocy and
which will prolong the process of dying Ten
I iluys n wi hiccoughs net In They wore at
tended bra spasm of almost the whole nervous
ri system On Friday of this week doctors and
J nurses succeeded In freeing the patient from
s the hiccough nnd etn other ways he was
growing worse Tho pir lyel3 which affected
his left side hud extended
4 Tho patient has little sulTerlnc and to ques
tions about pains anywhere ho answers o
A great deal of the tlmi hla mind wanders
Many of his remarks concern nubile matters
This trouble between treat llrltuln and the
1nited Mates can ho settled he raid one day
to Dr Won looking steadily at him and he
c arldd You are the man to settle it
Mr Dougherty Is In his sixtysixth year His
family conMing of his wife two single
daughter Nellie nnd Colin und three sons
dnllhtorl 1110
Daniel Webster Charles nnd Frank Is at
i home Frank and the eldest daughter Nel
it lie are twins
< f J lie win Struck on the Head While Heine
c Arreatrd und Xow lie MM Erynlpela
7 George Hnnsen an oxpoliceman and pro
t K prietor of the Christians House 1 saloon nt
t tl 1lm Cherry street l who received 0 cut In the
g head while being arrested Monday night Is
o now In a critical condition Ilansens wound
g was dressed In Gouverneur Hospital and It
r required five stitches to close the cut On
it1 Wednesday his head commenced to swell and
t on lluirsiiar his eyes were almost closed by
i u the Inflammation Hu was driven to the Now
I York Hospital and had to lie led In A doctor
J there told him that they could not receive him
as they didnt take cases of orrslpclas Ho
r was permitted however to fO to the dispen
tif sary to have his head dressed I Hanson then
returned to his homo nt 17 Hamilton street
f F and Is now being attended by a physician I
4 k Ills head Is twice its ordinary slzo and It la I so
ps painful that ho cannot lie down
i 1 When arrested hansen was visiting a name
sake of his who al HO keeps a saloon In Cherry
I street Hansen became noisy and Iollceman
f Meagher attempted to arrest him Finding
ji t this no easy task Meaihcr rapped for holii
f Policemen Thomas Inlmerand Patrick Burke
I J responded llansen claims that while being
i led to the station Burke who was behind him
t 1 hJt him with his Ilub CnptrDelany of the
Mudlfon street station wanted Hansen to enter
t a complaint against the policeman but he h >
t i cllncd to do s < He sty now however that
I should he recover ho will enter a complaint
i i against Burke and 1rlmer
The 0 diamond pin and a gold wntch Han
son claimed to have lost when arrested have
i1 not been returned to him yet
HILL lilY nt HE anon NOW
V PI Uefanltrr Lee Hnys lie Iltm In the lop of
J I M klnB Itepnrutlon lor III Mladrrda
5 BOSTON Aug 7Q Herbei Lee the lawyer
2 1 who absconded from St John N D his told
his story at length to n Boston reporter Ho
1 says that ho owo about JUo 000 of which the
11 largest portion was lost In speculations In i
grain and pork made through tho firm of Farn
ham llenrdon > t Co Htnto street Boston The
lJ estates which suffered while In his hands are
not Irredeemably wrecked
l The worst blow falls upon the estate of Sirs
I Chipmun Drurvund her two daughters whoso
Income cut down 1000 a year At the age
t of 111 lee lost his lather and became thu chief
h support of his mother four sisters and one
m mother His income being inadequate he hail
1 i to borrow largn sums and many thousands ot
dollars obtained by tius hypothecation of
bonds whkh he lent to clients whom ho con
I sidered respoirllile were never paid His un
t fortunate speculation were undertaken In tho
hope of getting mount enough to lay hIKdeI
J Now he Is deulruiis of obtaining un nonest liv
i ing for himself his wile and two children It
Inl I
it f6i will bo his earnest erdenuir he nys to
F wronged innke some roiaratlon to thaeu whom he hu
ll wronled
I 1 lurk has KUitr Out or Vorl
CHICAGO Aug iTho doors loading Into
W Postmaster Sextons office wore locked and
if barred today to keep out n discharged letter
p carrier who threatened to have rovenci on
pomohody ho didnt care who for his dismissal
missal ThH man Is John Mnwnt who has
become known about tho 1ost Ollico na Jack
the Kisser
I i Mownt twloe In the last two months1 has at
tempted to kiss women on the street He was
disciplined for the llrnt offence and ills
fhnrgod for the second Ho has been
1 hanging about tho lost iflco corridors for
thu last two days endeavoring to get an
i uudloneo with the Iostmualor Cot Hoxton
refused to sea thu man Thin morning Mnwut
rushed Into tho I anteroom leadlm I m to tne lost
mnstorH office and raised a disturbance Iii
omiso he was not allowed to HUH Seton Ho
I was ejected and the doors lucked upon him
hitrrrcd Jnuleud of IIU Brn > r
CINCINNATI Auc 7JI Hay of 1891 two
broth < IB ThomiiB and Patrick Conlon quiet
relied with u llvorynmn named Jordon on
Jlxlh street The quarrel degenerated into a
fight during which Jonlons head was split
t open with a Npadn wielded by Patrick Conlon
u tho younger of the two brothers When tho
warrant wns lKMie1 thii name of Thomas was
0 i inserted by Ilhllko though it was well known
that Iitrlck was the man wnntud
lat rich win a mera bnyholdlnc n good posi I
tion and Thomas lenohed to anvil him I V hen
I Ii i CiO wan heard ThomiiH promptly plnndu l
puilly und was junt to the works fnrtwoyears
Ho his Bcred n year nft lint Imubut his health
is to i ii air 011 i u I when the t 1ollco I I Hoard I meoM
next week an ifloit to Dpiuro his pardon will
be made llvun the victim of thin assault will
l Hk It In view II this sacrIfice to save tho good
nuroe of Hie guilty brother
I fuiivuns3 4uluis3 for 111 Will IFiiIit
iho l colors ot John L Sullivan which ho will
port In the battle with Jim Corbett luivo
been selected Tlioy will Lo of H white sIlk
background with bunt plcturn at Hulllvan
arms folded In thea < ttitr In I the lupijer ilfht
it hand < orner wil I bu an Amoiluin Hug In I t llui
vi niipiisllo eornei hero will I I IK a plrturo of Ihu I
t sun shin I ng In i nil I Its brllllaniy I A sliamroek
I 1 i4 worked in green iill will bo tied II tha
lower right liauud corner and an Irish harp
I I j I Will be suen In tutu left f
JlarlHlly MillJ is l n Mrccl Flnlil
I lllclmrd JInnflinsky Id yenrs old n Oormnn
i wood carver living I ut Iliil I Iast Forty onlh I
street hud an ultmcatlon lust night with John
i A JlrCunn T years old of I 3si llust Furtyhcv
i I nth street in front of thesuloon at U11 last
5 1oityBeventh street
JlcCnnn during tho row Habbeil Slunvhuhky
In the t nbdomen I nil rw > 8 serlou ii hlkkr
s Tho Injured man was snt to IMIavuo hoe
4 r4 Punt 61111 In I ulrlui condition tile IiuOlilulflt I I
i A Mol Hui Kc4 Illui
N sin irlK Aug J7A mobnt AlamoTxnn
II I took u negro who was In jail elmrged with
criminal i iiHsniiilt from his vull i thin i morning i
1 and hanged lilm la I trot I
Sumvd lor ConartM
tltvBtiu Il A UI 27s K I W olerlon was
11 imanlmi iuihy > n IK mi ntcd fi Cin ies by the
I Domocrntii onnriiti ec < t if I the ontlth
f Cvlore district hvr > today
fast St ecsl tulut a lie AdlrouJstai rla hew York
A VdTrl IdeaEven homily Oellehlm
Tim unlverfnl pnlhuslnfin expressed by the
people for the Onterphiisoif tlioCiimpnlifn Tub
llshlns Company und tho warm welcome ac
cjordyd throughout the entire country have
e Iol the management
niuke n new antI most
niiiKnlflcent offer At
present they nrffinlllni
superb typoeruvura
portraits of the Presi
dential cnnilliliitos at
cJ I onedollnr each and re
turulnB to those buyers
who tniiko the nearest
catlmuteon the popu
lar vote of the next
< President the month
cont Bum of S5000 In
SN awnrda ranLlim In
amount from 10000
down to 100 Each pitturn measures lUxJil
Inehes IR executed In the very host style and
li I full value for the price
In urdur toobvlntu the lneItiilo rush which
is auto Income UIMIII the comiutny toward time
elii onlio campaign HH munitsers now mill
this fin her magnificent ofiHrfhc to their
Ilitronhi All puriluiwrti of thuir plctuicx
whether they buy direct or through nwrntu In
j eison or hy letters hearing poblinaiks dated
not later tlmn Bont S5 vlll le entitled to
niHke three eatlniiites on the popular vote of
the iiln Jldatoa chosen between Kept Sfi and
Oil lr two oktlmiitoc and Ittwceu I Od 25
und Kuv 8 Inclusive tuoe ehtliiiatc
Tuurmd parllulitr tiuiHH vfhu have already
purcjjiiBwd plctuiis anmi have lerurdivl tlnli
eHllniuteH will he tintitkd to rornrd two adUi
tlonal ebtlmates each Those they will pleimn
forward at once to the mpmiigu IuLluhlui
Company 2UU Bf o dWMr4Ju
Vie hl are Aura le Interest Ttioutand of Head
eri ef tM Paper tt HAom 1iey MM be
a llertlntlon of Their Daily lAvet
Her ere a let question that were tint te a importer
by Honor J Cresan McCoy lbs well known special
ist and authority on diseases of lbs nose throat ana
lungs Doctor Mofoy said as Is diotatea the questlonn
Tney apply to a great rasny people In this Mr city
who really an not know what Is hue matter with them
Whoererreads this iilll be able to determine If they
bay catarrh for these are corns ot the most pi mt
nent Cu roitom of that dread dlirase which mean K
neglected consumption and the araT llerearetbe
Is your nns steppe I tip t
Iitfttilof Crabs l >
1n you hawk and spit t
Are you sleeplett and reilletet
Ho yimhat unpleasant dream f
Do you wake tip tired and dull t
Do yo i hare pain In your tack t
Are you dolt and stupid T
Are ron nervous I
Du you get a infused In year Miss
Is your Iusirmnau1cli4
Do you bate ringing in your ears t
Ho you have roaring tn your bead t
Is your memory poor t
Are yon cranky and Irritable
1 your appelli poor T
Is your breath oiirnslvet
Are your bowel ensure t
Ho rout like cold easily
Ms your eyetltht poor t
Uo you eee spoil floating before yew Clii I
Ar tour eye watery f
Uo you And your month dry apart artltng
Is your mouth mum of slime upon arIsing
Is I there a sense of tulnesi In tile tboafT
Hare you a couith I
Have > on ever had ntirht sweat I
Mare you hot and cold riashe over thi body t
II ij ou eel oppressed after eating I
Have ynn a bloated np feeling In th stomach t
Ho > on betel up a ixur tiltS In the month t
010 yon reel sick at yoir stomach t
Ho you have heartburn t
tin you here unoUicrlne attacks
Uo you have giddy anells r
Do you have headaches
Do on have ehootinif nalnT
Is your vmvue rnqueatiy eot 41
Uo you bare palpitation ef thi heart I
Is > our throat son I
Is your tbront eaillr IrrltatMl
Have you most ambition f
Are yon dejeted T
I ynir umach weak
Hare you gut that ailnone feeling
uses 1 fe seem a blr burden f
What U catarrh I Why simply tt li an Inflammation
of the mucoL membrane ot this head tbroat and
atotnach That what makes all the njUoilet Wi
have thousands of people to com hr and ak If thy
have caiairh or with causes them le t feel in wrtobtk
Doctor McCoy and Wl linan make a specialty ot 155
treatment ot all chronlo disease Uomillntoaiarrh
They furnish all mtdlcme fres and their charges for
treatment are so mderat that tby are within this
reach of all
Offices 5 East 4ad Street New York
Where all curable cases are triatid with iucceia
If you live at a distance write for ft symptom blank
rotunltatton at onic or by mallfre of oharg
Addrxs all mall to 6 East 42i1 street New York city
Omre honri9 11 A 512 to 4 FiutOteSFX
Sundays u to 12 A U
Bedding and Stoves
Cash or Credit
Durable Oomls Lw Price Iuleet Miles
No etriioflt when long lime IN tint UNiited
Parlor Suits Chambor finds Dlnlnz lloom
Furnlturr Ileddlnc Stoi ii riMdlni lieds
Oilcloth Linoleum Unttlnef Window hu ef
Curtains Iortlerra ItefriTitorH 1 amp
Clocks Baby Carrlusvs Pici eros c
ptEt ouu iiius t Iuu1o m
Si Cali roc Weekly or r 2 rer Month on ° a
In lmeu > t r ci u t
76i in rtr eii S
110 l M rn on 1 M
KU liJB urJJ cu w
Larger amounts same rate > UJ terms mode 10 ml
OUR ONLY rXAUl OF lit diNkeem i
Ii 193 to 205 Park Boi H Y
5 x I
A AVanliiieCo
Japanese Chinese Turkish ami Imlia Gilds
877 879 Broadway I
m MONDAY Al 19
vtn wiui luvn mi RAE inn tAiisr l AND
KVPR rnoiiQUT TO THIS potixrnr s
Low Stands or Fades
iLpm tas 200 5300
54005500 600
d i Mantel Cabinets 1200 h
Stands 590
Tables 1700
llIg h Pedestals 1700
Teapoys 1050
Lor Pedestals Round
1350 1600 1650
Low Pedestals Square
L 1250 1400
lfi00 1800
Hall Seats
p 2400 to 4800
Cabinets and Bookcases
8000 11000 14000
to 37500
And an u usually Chclce Assortment of
Lacquered Tea Tables
k1oo to 84OOO Per wet
llwiii < IIMl I l l < p ri IIill I IruUiirfr
is l UKI wIth troiiderrul results
S 5 v lor ib Iffiiiiou f
P I ui I llilr rilliiitOulin < a B
I I I nl II ul cl cud for
I a m < Kiuliit u Heard Irloa
ii lllJ mill drunirlsll
IIIJI lit lllllt IlYH
1 C Ii l tuurMiilvrd lleiriu
c V vy 2 I e t7Sii P liver cur
1 < 1 One bottle one ap u
I I I i mi liye < iHy lld
ic I ndrU ilulr Iu a jeW
immiles Illond Uruwaiit
Kluik IrlcelOfenU ti aUdtutgisteor
C 1IAA14IHtf > ali i UiU K °
Until K suiaey and MfArt lSat ike AciaUnr
Time far MM
PiULiDKLriuA Aug 27Tho twelfth annual 1
swimming champion contests of the Amateur
Athletic Union of tho United Htatos wero held
this afternoon at Lafayette Flat Hock Dam
Rchuylklll Itlvor under the auspice of the
Philadelphia Amateur Swimming Club
Arthur Thomas Kennoy the Australian uo
cocdcd breaking the worlds record at ono
mile of 2 minutes U5S second established
by Horace Davenport In 1H77 at London Ken
nays now record Is 28 minutes 4525 second
Ho also won tho 100yard race against the cur
rent In 1 mlnutu IB 15 second
The first event on the programme a the
100yard dash There were fifteen entries and
follows Barr Hatha I
thirteen starters a folows Darr I
way Jr 1 A I c John McQarrlgle M A c I
Thomas Corey C L A A Arthur Kenney
r Jenkins Neptune B a
P A 8 I a Kqbort D c
William hull lober A A N Murray Y A
Wlllo J M hicks 0 B A oscar t3chtelf1 1 A
laks D I
H l 0 harles Hoffman E JL 8 U Ulim
ohleU J A 8 0 LAKLtlpianU I 0
J M Davis M A C
The thrust heat was hotly contested Carey
setting fr8t tremendous pace and leading to
within ten yard of the Iaoe ropo Hero Kenney
overhauled him and a desperate struggle
took place between the two Kenney won by
JIenlth f nn ls g nJ
a scant yard In 1 minute 2a 35 seconds
Carey was second and Hull third
In the second heat all the competitors kspt
close together for soventyflve yards whon
Oscar Schllcf pulled away and won by 1 yard
from Muiray lulod William Bchlloi third
Time 1 mlnuto M 15 secoud
Carey sot out In the final heat to do up Ken
noy at all hazard and In the event of a fall
urn to exhaust him nnd make It impossible for
him to win the mile event Carey with a
strong overhand stroke kept In the lead for
sixty yards when Kennoy amid the eliyers ot
thn different club member overhauled him
thQn took the lead and finally grasped the
tape a yard In advance Time 1 minute 1815
seconds Murray was third Bull fourth and
Oscar Hchllef fifth William Bcbllef did not
start In the final heat
AlHJ > ard race between Seth Williams and
William Haul was well contested Williams
winning by live yards In a l minutes M teconds
The groat event of the day centred In tho
nnvmlle raee Ihe 1 atartonj wro Ernest
Crowther rlo I S 0 1 Alexander Meffert IL
A C Arthur Kenney 1 A t C I buries
Benedict Montreal A A 0 Robert i o tello
Jonedlct C Thomas arT Cathedral
Literary 1 A A New York Jfc A Iltt
man Columbia A C of New York
and Leo 1lcard r L A A The course was
from tha club hou > buoys half mile against
the current and return At the report of the
pistol the men with the exception of MelTert
took the water together Meffert being slow to
get way The latter however quickly mailo
up the lost ground and bo led the field
At the quartermile a yard only separated
tho two men From there on to tbe halfmile
buoy it was a hot race both reaching there at
the same time Kenney made the bust turn
and gained on his opponent
11rlllnld len kept fairly well together until the
third quarter when Kenney spurted which
placed him In the lead bJr a length When
there was a possibility ot tho record being
broken Kenney made a grand effort and as
by superhuman strength grasped the finish
ing line in I minutes 45 > seconds He was
pulled out of the water totally exhausted
Meffert was Ml seconds longer In finishing
but he too came InMde of tho worlds record
Crowther finished third in JO minutes 53 15
seconds Benedict was fourth und Costello
fifth Caroy Lltman and Plcard did notUnlsh
all giving up the race at the halfmile
The time by quarters was Quarter mile 7
minutes 13 seconds halt mile 10 mInutes 10
seconds thrceouarter mile 23 minutes 1
seconds one mile 18 minutes 45 25 seconds
The summaries
Onehundredyard Rac Against the Current first
heal Arthurs Kenney P A h C won T no in as Ca
re U f A ul sei ond l William iln r X third
lime 1 rutnute I i 3 5 seeonui
heron lleatOicar hchller 1 A B CM wn Nor
manille Murray X V A C serunil William tchUcf
r A 8 O third Time 1 minute su 15 seconds
Final lolA B Kenney won Thomas Carey Old
N Murray third Time 1 mlimte IR 15 seconds I
rowyard Hare With Current heth Wlhiams I won
William Oath second Time nJ nnnutes I 8U eermle I
Oiietnlle Knee uri Half Mile Aralnst Current
and Iteturn line Turn Arthur S Kinney V A C
won Alexander MelTert MAC i second Ernest
nn lher I A 8 C llilnl I Charles Henedict M A C
fourth Itotiert Contello 1 A B c Ill Time 28
minutes 45 2 r veconda
The omelets of the day Referee John W
Kelly Ir President ot the Atlantic Associa
tion A A t Judges James W I ColD F
O OarwoodWynnowood A A the Hon John
W ll scott IVrn I A H C Oeorge I Kerr
Warren A C T 1 Turner M A C and
inceton College Timer Dr George F Hoot
Firit Iteglment A A Prof George W Ho
klns Pennsylvania State College Dr Lewis
M I GroPB Vesper BOlt Club A 1 Chllds J C
A I Dr J K bhell 1 I 8 0
nil Incll In nye e Cbis to Explmta
llkrrtlo Ileitroycd
Cnrcioo Aug 27A large attendance and
good fields marked tho sport at Garfield to
lay and lat time was made notwithstanding
the fact that the track was lumpy and slow
Warapezo and Lakevlewwero the only winning
Invoi Ites
Tim Murphy nt long odds won the dash for
sprinters In 114J beating Oregon Eclipse
and Marigold also uu outsider capture tho
3000 handicap with Carlsbad Vallara and
other cracks behind her The first race was a
duel between Wampezn and Pckln hut the
gray filly came away In thu stretch and won
Ira easy race vjth CouKhlan a fair third In
thu second event old Churchill Clark had tho
call but Fakir who has won live races In suc
cession here got through In the stretch and
beat the favorite a length Churchill and Ken
wood being heads apart
The third event brought out the cream of
the brlnlorr > und Thin Murphy a long shot
won with comparative ease In fast time
eonlaratvo tme
Jcllpso was a poor third ror tho handicap
Marigold 100r pounds up and at a long
lnrlcoll wih I
price showed the way to Hudolph and Lorenzo
and won in fast time Time llfth evuint went to
Knenor In a lighting finish with Germanic
Miller nn Lakuvlew pulled oil the last raco by
I head I from htisun ont
The judges at Hawthorne late last night re
considered their notion In the 1pvell case and
for the present have only ruled ou Cook tile
jockey and refused to receive uny entries
from the Lovell Htuble They mas determined
to gho 1 Lovell nn opportunity of producing
ltvl1 ni
evidence to show that h did not pull his
homes nnd If ho cnn do thnt limo stable will be
rolnsiltol horo was a largo orowd at Haw
thor today to witness the Mockynids
steeplechase Out of the listen starters only
three I actually flnldiod Arlstocrutrlddeu bytho
Kusllsh jockey HnrdcnBllc winning after an
iixcltini race with Speculator Kangclln
thu I other I Canadian horse being third Id
oilt CUII111 IPII
CorrluaunLibretto by Longfellow Allegretto
fell nt the jump nppnrlto the stand when In
third t place and going woll Ho bloke his torn
lee In two I places and hud to be shot Only
two luOi lies were successful All tho win
nuis were well backed Slaughter and Pork
IliBun cili rode two winners
A Cop AUe l Iu llrl t Punched norTh
Thus Iluvery quartern nt the Granite Athletic Club
were al ell to I the doors last etenin Tbe attraction i
wIse Hie rrvular monthly star and same exceeding I
but rgbllnit took place After lue uual exlllbltlonl I
that generally otn hue inozramiue to scrappers
idealrepresentativesof suuny Italy were Introduced
by Tom Haley who ofttciaied I at referee Tliey bore
the names > f JIM tagnell who > s Wr be hailed I l trim
Jlugiuii and Jot Dileo nf Molt street Tuey indulged iu I
1 linlcal street oUr 41 the I LeKlnnintf and I Ml 1
irWher I s lien J < iier they 4 At the cad of etc 1
riiuudii I Hie I iLlntf I called It i ailrnw enl i
1 h Mltn nl Hie I ill liii I c < mil I Hill Hanson of tbe Mel 1 I
rune A C r Ilienrxl pal lo dun hue mills Allen
Hurled 1 off liroceelliiB In a lively liiChl I
i 0IV I IllvI way and bit lute oi >
hiin lIt will good inrit lliuisnn alto not lii situ
liarl bio S H lint Allen did all the luilmi end iliililtuic
Til UK I siiriineo uf i all hireseilt lue itfere orilereil
nnottier roiiid I and then mtill nut pick a winner ril
n us called N draw Allen should ha gut the iltcislnn
llennk l onMehoie A U 1 andjon Mi rphy Drauiie A
C iipoeiiriid next In a four round special The refcru
ivntibi IttiIhiCih I the aDalr In tile second round and
sure the ililury to iiin
U Unit rrnved 10 le Hie evtil 1 of the nltht wm tho
windup lets cun iconS Ke > 1iits > and tranu McAroy
Thus luut w as to toot l fin r rita In or more at the iiilon
fit the irferee I McAmy I started I In I fast but leltwlu I it
fl 1 sOt wiru hlinrir out So quIt before
fgiuhtltC Ihue nhuittla
A I ll prety lisle hi to4 Pbeflt lb ptlnehpl log one
Ij m ft
iii the c4rhy elto5 Ii is eClil I liii on of I ticia afier
Mlln j I iiinlsiel rest hoI oclit lion sIuh 1111 tu is
mnii tier I bet le lisil heu billy hurt by ci b it t toy
if I thuh TI inuitucr luI d o sot nr end win n I
1 ow 1101 srMiitiiit rnm on 01 his nIllo Clii
beiiiuie aliriiii iiid hurte I os r to the IIID lirilips
to ci ck 11101 I I ii cclii hut a pl1cauosuu ii 1
ruth nulIIM I lo I ii I hue rnum of this elnh 10 scr
lain Ih Iubl 1 hu the bhllerat heard Ibe sbil
story tie 11 < ailit Ilel gins this wouidb bur 1
turii 1 rehirllolitet
i lie nun nuldei la New York
IhpUcs > l lii < jutli lon allied neiu ilau lv Iht
fiirtla and clttirnt nf the Ainerlian mrrnpnf
tantilnmt li > ilglUirert and practical inormo
liniifor practical people The < llcl pulilitlt 1 in
Im fur use nt Hit Cutumbttt Celebration nut Oo
tolfi n niinvl If unique dud practical guide book
111 tiii < ilj 11 trill tell rititora uliat l the sights
Ore hne In rear tlietn where to lodge and board
irlillr lin f awl Hi foil where to do irlole alr or
retail fliuupma luxr lo amut IlieniteJret and get
rest irfmt irenru of iisliltremg It will It ltac
ttrttu urinlrd pleasant to read and the lul c
waiter tcill lie diridrd and arranged in air auto
innire She liett I I rexiltt The retail price will bets
rrnti pnntvu The Nuns auld will also ajftr
ln viiltnl arvt rfeeptlunal oppiirlunlttet f < tlcer
linT WI tcho ulilt furtlurr information O
l I tidi nbnt fhould add Tin Qvlilt Jk 1
I porbnntt 4ftAs Jfna York Sun I
b U l i
A trtrs TOO MANY
T lUtl r IlKlTPS of Mr MnrtU MJa
Ilfe TJnplenisnnl IVir Him
SrajNanEj 0 Auc270 < OrI8 V Mar
tin of Now York Is In hot water horo on ao
count of havIng too many wives Over o
month ago lie camo hero and secured employ
mont ot E W Hoss ACos Un had with him
about 35 old and
a Eoodlooklne woman 3 years oldlnll
the two took lodslnas on Harrison street and
> recosnlred as man and wife
Two weoks ago they removed from nlrrlson
tot to Hermans nlO boardIng house not far
from Itosss shop
On Thursday lastMartln and his wife wore
neatod at dinner with the rot of tho boarders
when a woman entered and thrw liar arms
around Martin proclnlmlnii him her huihand
nnd musing terms of iilTectlon aiternatlng with
rounds of abuse
The scene naturally caused a great commo
tion In the dlnlnu room durlnc which Martin
quietly stepped put levin two women each
1PIt IrlV111
claiming to Lie his wife He wont to tho shop
and j trlsd to draw his salary but UDBUCCOSB
ul If fp Np 1 spent Wednesday night at the 8t
Jfttnttft llotol wher die rgliereii from
FUtoher O The next day she followed him
out to his boarding house and I scone oc
On Thursday night Martins wife No 1
spent this night niht St James and Martin
SleDt assigned l to the mime room whIle wife
No 2 was loft at tho boarding houno to mourn
her desertiOn
KsMrsympaJhy Was felt for WIfe No 2 but
Nb 1fl altllotiEn younger by ton years had a
deep bass volco and commanding air and
people didnt care to trlllo with her Hho
vowed cbs would whip wife No J and It would
not he sate for her to como near
Last night Martin skipped for Columbus
and later both women followed him
DeUwetre Will V > ° ° Acre IIUIr
I iWMjnxnTON Anr 27 Tliei commissIoner
ers appointed by tho Delaware and Penn
sylvanIa Legislatures to resurvoy the boun
dary tine between the Stiles will recommend
tint cession to Dnlawaranf the famous Flat
Iron a triangular southward projection of
700 acres of Pennsylvania territory lietwcen
Delaware and Maryland over which Delaware
has long ererclsed a quasi jurisdiction
Gay Kuclej list at 0 hnee for Keco erj
lxtiiBTtiuc Aug 27Dr Stucky returned
last night from the bedside of Coy Eagle at
Richmond He say the Governors condition
Is for very recovery critical but that he still his a chance
A 10Ir or jiisiyjfss AXD AID
A 8l Thol lep DmiEliUr llecoraeei Seam
Ire fur Her lormer friervikBt
J > i m lAe an Vnnriico Examltur
Thcrearo two women In San Francisco who
can tell a story of tips nIl downs that would
cln tel Ilwns
astonish a novelist Duo of tliuiu Ies out on
Ntie street Bliss a rollued Molleducated
woman with u pretty way of munlorlnc her
TM that betrays her Southern origin Situ Is a
widow and she lives with her mother in a
house that shows jininlftiikiUilo tluns of
penury and want rirro t mien out to sew by tho
day and she inanaBen Ioo mako jut enough
money t Keep thu ureath of liFe I In hr old
mother and oel t purcliaso it few poor comforts
to warm the chill of ago let that woman was
once the mistress ale splendid home blue
dispensed time openhanded hospitality of the
old South and silo never knew what care or
anxiety meant
Way buek In tho days before the war there
was u rich Kentucky family named Montgom
ery They lived on a beautiful plantation near
St Joe Me MrA Montcumery hud over 50
slaves One of these was a mitoof a roly poly
black baby wlinse piirentH were ileud Mrs
Montgomery had a little I daughter just the ale
of the roly poly mite and us soon aa the chil
dren crow old enough the little black girl be
came the maid of the little white girl Life was
very Kay In those old lays them were lots of
oldllf tr
visitors to the beautiful plantation and lit
tle Miss Mooteomery hud nothing to do hut
grow and be happy m hu silo wits lit years
old her maid married a llkch > youni fellow who
belonged to a family In thu neighborhood
He had only one name then lie YMIH called
Bristol lie ued to come osor tll time Mont
zoinery plantation once week to see hNwlfu
hinge went on smoothly for the souni no
gross for a whilo Their owners were friends
andso they saw eaeli other quito often At the
end of six years thu woman hud borne her
husband three children
Then came tin war 1 tie Montgomery limmily
suffered like all thri ret M limo houtli They
lost all their property they w rorompelled to
give up their lioine and llually all the slaves
were cone Miss MontnuunriV maid and lu r
three children went to St Joe und the
woman went out to work by time day bile did
not know where her husband was Kmly
In the beclniilnc of the creit HtrucKlo lie
hail IIIln sold to II Col Wilson who went away
with him she knew not where tin filie utrui
giot alone as best she could trying to gain a
vine for her iMilltlren FInally HIB ilrlfted
westward She lie 1 for cuveril years in Ntlt
Lako City All the tlmo Shu was trylnu to IIml
out what bad IIIMOIUM of her husband Mm
know that ho cillid himdf Wlhon lirlstol
Wilson after his new nmt r and he know
that Col Wilson came to tho I COIIHI
Ono day she heard hunt ho was In tan Fran
cisco brio wrote V > him Ho wnslclUhed 1 I tot >
got a tme of hi wife and family ant ut once
sent for her Wh n she arrived Mm found
that her hushand had prospered In California
At the close of the war his master hot him free
and ho managed to nceumiilata aulte a little
sum of money This wis only u tow jenrsaco
some limn in INSthat time little nlino Irl
and her husband met anil found thomselviM
free mind pro ° i erous They biiiuht prutty
little home out on iluorrero i streot and there
they live today They often Wondered what
hud lecomii of tho Mnntcomcrv and Mrs
Wilson never forgot her jouni mistress
About two years neo Mrs llson wanted
some sewing done Hho nIo tImed for a woo
man 10 coml ant mw by the day
Her old owner answeredtho nilvprtlemont
Him wns no lonsor the pretty llclitheartol
MI8 Montgomery tlie was murcieil Her
nnmo IrliS Mrs Sweeney hho was wan nnd
pnlo from oerworl mini anxiety unI tile two
women did not roncnl79 irncti other
Mrs hw ien y wns surprised to find hunt the
advertiSer was u colored wiiiiiin hUt she
worked stendlly away and snit < l not luiig Ono <
day Mrs llHon I I was In I a cliiltyninoil I and thu
two women talkm I over i h a da yrihnfiiru t 1 tlin t war
Then tho truth fnm out ihme Moiitzoninrys
had Ixcn ruined bv tha war anl Iliey hud
eontB Sot t to try and i I recruit their t u shatters I
fortunes They faIled in I sera iii y Motlmrunil
Iniicliinr oliiiii tuietlier un 1 fought 4nto with
falllne coiiraci
Now the daughter ii 1 cewlns bv tho day for
the uiinnn Hh once owned und sue IH paid
for tho work hy time man who was Olle tho
bond slave of her frlouds
Ib Meiiiiiracliire nt Vlld Irn
I re tlt liiluit ViuntiO
There at o many curious trnlos In tho world
but the most MMIIRI miiit iurely his the
artlllclul I manufacture of i wild men Yet t a
wellknown Unclish doctor In riilna has just
coitllled from Ills own personal expurleneo
that this art IH recularly practised in time
In v InnI
1lrst a youth Is kidnapped then lilt by bit
lie is flayed alive and the flUii of n log or 1
beir Is unifted hit ecu hy pleei up Ml him I m I Ills
vonI clo II Ill H me next dhttoyil i liy h thu t
action of clianval I to make him iliitnh
and the douhlo iiurpoBn of cnunlni
utlolallon of tho R f Un I nnd uttor dccrii
dntlon of t the muntal faculties If elfectod by
I keepinghim Immured in a perfectly lack
Jinl fi > rBJiumbutof yoirn In fact by treat
las him hike n hritu Pit II Hiilllcliiitly long
tlmu he IH in ml e Into one At last he Is ox
hlhltnd to the entirely iintnloUH ClilniMi I ai
a nlld man of the woodi > tind his I ohfnira
reap uilcli h harvest Jh prlu tn It fteemx
are mu lout s at t tlm art IIDII II knhlnnpi er
liownver Is i caught liy I thrw t eoplu i 101 i mri i m to
pieces and when the aiitllorliieH Let him they
torture hlta and promptly bulioud him
Zlnmeruiuu W tn it < 1fvrliin 1 < l
CUTBHSn Aug 27Tbe > riliil day or tile IMeve
laud Wheel Club raii reimhd In aniiil rr wall aray
for Zlmmeriu n Hi all ttic ent I < tlmi lie s as i nti rtll
Tlie track was OUr and a utronptieHd rlnrt I relented
gooiI html Kimnittrl i
ihiiltuumhi llanillrun I Won ly Arthur I lrwn rlere
lamliT K IUMl > > lulv t lit I srviinJi I IIIt liAUiblc t Hlaw
ta Uauit IU third tirae lo h > iiQr
Onrmlie lurnlirap I u > aliiiiixiiini > lhauionjitiln
Hnn by J llruxel Lleie mil It I F liut f tielnnil r
seroiiil f I 11 lUiMiiaii ilculstuit thtrd llnie217
fine Mile itoo 11 Uun liy it I lulnmon 4ee
Isnl llarr r i biiilth Cleve HIII vecon > iatlic Mar
tin Milwaukee tl nl limp u ir
uiiarlrr Mllr iiieu nun li i > t A lininennaii K 0
l hlrI
Joliiion I lie ehutni Keroml H t r m lW I rnfr Uuifa
llilrl Time 014 1 r
I iiunle IUnlir I I U II Hinkfr lliidnu K II h h
llraorl rieveaml > ecenil U I hi KMnrur lndinier I
third Tniir rI li ii I
One I all e y J1ll1lnWon by C W Dnrlitrr III Kiln 1
A N trenih I u i iiinbun el1 < A r CiuiA IliiJulu
Ililrd lline J iIZ
list Mllr 01 < MVnii by A A linniiTiiiaiii H i f I
Jnbnsn lettlanil suiuuil W Li Hanker lluitalu
third Tim J la ir I
Jlleinlie lluli lrMp 1 Oil by f C I 7niiiiiT l Clue < <
laud A I llru n Clrtclaim eeculid U f fliut
islet third I line a i 2 i r
One mile oiien > i uu tip I I A i luinirrmani F II
Hriiwn ClerelanU seuindi AI InuUr IlilfJ Hme
Half Mile llnnllcsi H on h l II a Pinllli nIn li
A I KniMn Hettfluiiil eigni f Junes IlolvUlld
llnrd lOuis 1 07 S
Three I mllo IJIP Ituce Wnn hy A A liiiNiirinar 1 I
W Durnttfe JiLlta I ciiont i u i K Mreiirmer Itnrtua
tar Illrl lunr I Utlroa i In ills I rite Imiiieriuan du
lanred Hie entire tielil liut by jircvmuk etrreement
prUt e were diet lliuleil us ttje inca tliuhcil
one mile Tau letu Won by Jusei iirit cc ana II A
Jlnie > o W Dorrity ana A T iTiioVi Iunalo ser
unit II I1 i Bmllli anj T U Collius ruvtliunl third
lluie 531
fiiitis FBOU inn iittun nii
Berrelary of btai rosier left Mastilnitou yxer lay
for WIIOWP N V cud Kecretarir p 1 this Irvaiury
fustr Ull WasUlojun lor Ailmry t rk
0 X n f ± L A ° 1
ftotrixa nt ins AIII
Farmer Woodward CoaDdent that lie ViSit
Propel nil Betllaon with Or
i ji 101 Io5fo Jno mlar
BAN DIROO Ann lUJU J Woodward the
balloonist Allr s determined to prove that
tho trip to the At antic coast can bo made ty
air made another n ceu lon this mornltiB It
will bo remembored that Mr Woodward made
his first trial some weeks HBO but that tile
balloon iras too small to admit of storing
sumclont gas to carry him and a supply ol
proMilons lie was not discouraged < but lin
modlatoly ordered a larger balloon and re
mained In this city awe hog its arrival It
was received a week ago and since that time
hu has been Illllnc It nnd completing arrange
meats for a second trial
Tho balloon Is nearly double tho size of the
first batloor has a capacity of mouO cubic
feet of gait The past few days have been
consumed in Illllnc the balloon by passIng
the ras through HFacked limo and powdered
charcoal to remove Impurities and make It
more buoyant This moraine was the time
fixed for the departure and at an early hour i
lariui crowd had leathered on the vacant
cniffnd nt Eighth and O streets where the
balloon had been moored towltnossthi aBcen
slon Mr Woodward said he Intended to
mako nn experimental trip but If over > thing
proved satisfactory ho would to as far ax the
ourrrnts Would curry him He had therefore
provided himself with three days provisions
aliveBallon can of water thermometer an
aneroid barometer blankets Ac These wore
put In the calf with several sacks of sand
ballast and after adjusting the huge canvas
paddles wIngs which are the unique fea
ture of Woodwards aerial ship thu daring
aeronaut steeped In and said Let lirjr col
Tho men at tho ropes loosed their hold and
as tliohUKO yellow tail rose gracefully In the
air the crowd choored heartily and M Ir Wood
ward stood up In the case and waved Ms hat
In response Atrthe height of lOt feet he ex
pirlinented with the wings These hugo pad
dles whoso blades mao 01 canvas sti etched
ou bamboo frames measure rico feot wore
fixed In the sam manner as the oars to a
raclDB h ll and worked In the name manner
> On rraehlnis the height mentioned the Ul
loonlst seized the handles nl the wings and
stralglitenlngth m out until the blades were
In a Tiorjzontal Doslllon forced them quickly
upward lund the resistance of the air acting
on tho wings In the sam manner water
against a pair of oars forced tbe balloon down
ward This operation wits repeated several
times the balloon helng perceptibly lowered
each time lie then reversed the movement
and rapidly working time paddles or wings
downward weed the balloon upward This
experiment evidently proving sattsfaetory he
eat down In the cage the balloon slowly as
cending to a height of 2000 feet
The day was very calm theslifnol service re
porting the velocity of tho wind at but two
miles an hour When near Twentyeighth
street It began to dove out over the hay and
by the aid of a glass It was seen that tho occu
pant of thu cage was doing some very lively
hustling As the balloon ascended It drifted
In a northeasterly direction until the height
stated was reached when it entered a south
erly current and started toward Mexico at 1
lively salt First came a shower of Rand
from the ballast hag and as the air shlD
again ascended he seized the oars and If tlm
slime exertion had been expanded In it rowing
boat against Hanlan the latter would not have
been In It How ho did row and fan the alrl
His efforts wcr successful for the balloon
continued to ascend and gradually moved In
a southeasterly direction away from thn hay
At Tin Juiino on the Mexican boundary
about twenty miles south the balloon reached
an altitude of 10000 feet At this height he
was surprised to encounter A current moving
In the opposite direction from the one which
He hud bvun corned south by and began mov
ing In the direction of this city This created
considerable amusement In the crowd watch
Ing him through glasses
lies tired and Is coming hack said one
It developed however that tin had found a
current contrary to his expectations and this
with the fact that there was not sufllclont gas
in tho balloon to sustain him at a high multI I
tude without great effort Induced him to ilo
leend Ho opened tho valve and came down
hIs air shlptouhln all a ranch In Sweetwuter
alley about fifteen miles from the city Ho
threw out his anchor but It straightened
In an ln tant by I the tllllllnll 01 the monster
pushed along by the strong breeze which had
sprung up from the ocean He was druiteod
along time ground at a fearful rate bumpoj
and mm mod against hillocks and bushes and
was llnully tracked across a barbud wire
fence which torn a great hole In lira balloon
wrenched the cage und scratched the aero
naut about time head but not seriously
heveral ranchers In the vicinity ueelne tho
Rredlcatnent ran to lila assistance and after a
lively Ihaso of threoquartersol a mile over
hauled the monster thrashing alone the
ground and held It until the gas escaped
Mr oodward packed till balloon and In
struments and retutned to the pity He Is not
at all dixcournged and says every trial makes
him more determined In his efforts
The Coslnmcl In Which Thle Style 1M A >
rnnipll > hrd In < olllornlsw
From tht Dorian ft nlij Traiverlfit
Even those dear modest daughters of Mrs
Grundy art now bnglnulna to rub their eyes
with a look nt all dismay but mixel with a
certain envy when they see a happy vlcoroui
slater canter by on the < MOS saddle so univer
sally called mans saddle And ono Inllull
ttv maid asks What kind of a suit do they
wear How can one make tho IhlngsV 1 And
when mounting or dismounting walking
arent they dreadful 7 No dear they can bo
much morn graceful than tilt ordinary habit
and there is I room for individual taste
One young woman a frequent rider and
ono who in California takes man Ionic
exploring tours has made a very full skirt
about twice the volume of nn ordinary cath
rol I skirt and this she folds under horn the
suIdlesus to allow on either stile an ample
covering to the foot This she lias found to
be Inviluaile I as It stars put and cannot
fly aliout in the breeze
Another young Callfornlan has succeeded
in having male a most comfortable neat and
plcturesiuw suit the skirt of rather light
weIght uroen cloth being Dimply two skirts
tho regulation divided article only inioh
fuller and of course to just clear tho ground
This Is I tho nearest approach to tho horrlly
InC Idea trousers When viewed from either
side thus rider looks very tall and sylphlike HI
tbu skirt hnncH straight down and cling
There should he rlllni trousers iiui r this
But the pnlm for grace comfort and Ineon
spluoUsneis nwiuilil to a rnuldrn who
Hondlnc some limn In II I iston and wishing to
Co pmporlyout to Belmont and take ridIng
lescon was transported to a ramli in tha
beautiful mountain of time golden West pre
sented with u funryeuroH broncho of hiik
hill tame and toldto ride MID adopted
Mm JonnossMlllor cycl > suit for her pony and
Is I the envy of alltho girls when on excursions
a tlioy sit screwed all out of harmony and
cannot dismount to drink fnrn mountain
Btroima beiuusu It Is so much trouble
to climb to thuir porch again In detail
this suit Is composed ot full trousers per I
haps thrH leer In clrcuraferunce at the
bottom and reaching to thOu huul Over thoso
tlm skirl which gain In being pleated Instead
of gathered anl Is of heavy cloth weighted I
and not very full I I In front t mind liml It Is I ml 11 I
vldeil ind ploh slum hemmed up throetourths
of the length and then tho t four corners aie
turned when on tim < horscorthey fall unrtur
naturally and tIme effect In I that of n pretty
pleated skirt more fanslmpeil tl an tho ona I
lu viuuniv mentioned in wiiiKinrf HUOIUI ma
wimlcnteh I t l itu It Is i nnver Awkward I and tha
under divide skirt mingles with It so that no
on a lionlll oIlIln ii tin t timit ti rim 01 It I t With thesn
sensiiilo skirts you ar not obllcil to wrlscla
Intothe stllTcorHetlud Imillcp but any manner
of making HIM upnur portion of the gurment
may tioadnpted provided lti longwihtoi
anti has a filendor trim ulluef
A Veiro who TJ drrstoo It O lr After H
Had Been Up In a Bahis
From M ffafrarfon Dally Sees
About two years ago I was billed for a bal
loon ascension In a Louisiana town I was to
go uP and at a height of 2500 set I was to
make tho leap with my parachute So as such
an event attracted no little attention In the
town I thought I would see If any person had
nerve enough to go along and ride my balloon
down It Is not necessary fora person todo thia
with a hotair big which mine was for the
moment you leave It It topples over and of
course th hot air rushes out of the neck and
down comes the bag to the earth If a
man rides It down no unpleasant thing can
happen If he Is cool headed and ticks where
he belongs Of course the balloon II 1 apt to go
down Into a river or lake or hang up in a tree
but tho rider can always get to earth safely I
nuv r have had an accident and 1 have been
In thin line some ten years
ell alter onsiolraLle bluffing I cot a big
negro to agree to go along and ride the balloon
down I got him to do It by telling him he was
afraid that ho had uo pluck and In order to
be u big Ike with his color ho swore that hed
oo along He didnt realize the gravity of the
situation at all
The afternoon wo were to go up wns a pret
ty one and thousands cams to see the ascen
sion My coon was there all right enough and
when it was known that be had agreed to to
along the people jeered himand said that he
halnt nerve enough This mild him furious
and he swore that hed go and show them that
he had more pluok than any white man there
ho when the tlmo came 1 saw that my
pirachuta h iig all right that my up line had
been tuku > tl no that fool nigger wouldnt
Brail It arid yank the balloon wide open and
dash hlmsolt to nieces and then we sat on
the hlr I 1 liKe a tmp Instead of a basket De
cause of the weight nnd I gave the signal to
turn us loose Up we wont with a jerk and as
the ourlh dropped away my negros eyes
bulged out and he spat out about a quart of
tobacco juice Now that mouthful of juice
spread out like a soup plate and It sailed
down to the ground like a big brown bird
Mr Nigger watched It and said Professor
does you reckon mist Id fill up wld wind like
dat If Id drapoffen dl8 yer hllr Hit ud be a
mity bad day lor dlx pare nigger hed hit de
ground like fr chunk or light wood I told
him that hed be all right and as we were now
up about uxx feat I climbed down to my par
achute and told him to get ready Then that
nlsgnr look 011 scared and as I hung down lI
my knees to kill the shock of tho drop when I
cut loose he yelled Doan leave me up here
alone white man to de hub or gawd dont go
rm letve Ills pore nigger all to hi sllIh but I
jerked my linn and was MO feet below him be
fore you could bat your eye The old para
chute openeil with a jerk and then salted
down to the earth lIke a huge nlrd There had
bon no hreero at all and 1 came down within
half a mile from where I started
The crowd hud rushed to help me If should
need help and we soon secured and rolled up
the parachute Then we watched the balloon
Down it cnmethe negro seared nearly to
death Thu crowd yelled and cheered and
brace 1 him up ennsldprihly He struck the
ground all In a bean and started to run but
Sofia one tripped him up and he tumbled
down Before he oould cot up the negroes had
him on thuir shoulders anil he was a lion I
can tell YOU We put > ud tile hut urouud and
got hui br him
Woll Kir that nlccor actually thought him
unit superior to every parson In the parish
after tlmat spoiled him did that trip
I wus hack them about nix months later to
give another aNcnnsIon nnd I thought Id get
that mugger to BO un with me wain 80 I
huntod Him UP and old him what I wanted Ha
looked lite hed drop und said
Mr Balloon Man dona ye expect Ise an
hoot i I just hiilnter enluter to do dab fool
tiltk no mo
Ami with that tin broke out for the woods
and wn co Idnt find him until after I had
roalo time jump hen 1 ho camo back into
town grinning and said
iio no fule mister you heah me
IIIUK czrir HKitrrns IUIFOII K
Tbe tVeniilne Article or Andrew Jaekiea
nud Icier of dtul K MKTenon
Irom lh ttprt Aitv Run
The Democratic party believes In the genu
ine eiuil stirvUo re > Iorm platform first clearly
enunciated by til it miietnlflcant Democrat
Andruw Jackson In tho tliforous AngloSaxon
sflnlonoo io tIlt ktr noloncc the spoils
It brlluVBhln and deHriRto semi practised In
all tlin usKintinl ulllii and dwpartinwntK ot
tile general iovernnmnt tIme system of ahso
Into party control impDd with absolute
party leaponsllilllty It imumiiitC the idea that
loire are not fimiipl good Uomonrata In
time country to 1111 I capably rfllclently
and oroililalily to country and the party
at large every consldorablo office within
the appointive power ol Iho Frosldenl We
hold that I party punslblllty Is an essential
of our form of irmornmont and It follows that
no party Olin with jiistlco to itself Intrust Im
portant positions under its control to symnn
hIrers with tli oppoltlon We believe t
In tho event of mocratio succnss worthy ceo
curable Ooiiiocnits Bhoiililas fast as practl
caiile bo appilnteil tuull the Federal offices of
consoiuoni and wo i > ntfrt ln no sxmpathy
with tnalom mlMiameil clvlUervlce reform
which calls for tIle retention or appointment
of litrae numbers of ollloeholdura irowtneop
posing Jul11t
Tlmt U the pocitlon of the Democratic party
on this imue Ion There Is not a ccnuinn
Democrat Irom Maine to California who holds
any other lolitif and In no Democratic doc
trine dom the suii more oheorfiilly concur
In the evnntof the success of our candidates
wn aniilldviitlr homi forit rtmiwal and ox
teiKloii of the work HO admirably dimn hv the
Bood rlwht arm of Adlal J htaviifon as ririt
Assistant IostinusterOenoral ullli thin full
roncuriencB und apuroval of Iruvcr Clove
lund Anl we trunt also that Mr Cleveland
und the ndvlsurs who surround htm will In the
muttorof patromiKO lie BUided largely by the
wlahiiH of tuo DemoTallu oriranlZHtions In the
Koi > ral Mnti countliis and towns us tims
lecoLnlotl and ixniiiive reprasentatlves of
Dimotratlu lentliucnt
lelel > i tlnic tier Hrourid 3IirI
ftuvt iA Idtiiapoli9 Joumat
AfiAiitIsO Aug 23Poter htlaIr aged 21
mit title wits gniirried lmtst week with Mrs Jak
Cittitfibell C wtimlthmy wltluw ut PIne townmiimip
this eimuutity and iuothur of nhio cimihtjren tIme
uiluliut hieln rmtnelesti In hiiunor ut hii event
IL bug juiiiue wits imulml at tue timlile s lonmo An
oiuler tlui tIlled Imy ommu of tIme liquor dtmtlermm
fuur twelto kmiaot beer fimur gallons of eleo
huoi ilvu gitihuiia of wine and btsleigmtrs for time
event A hugs wigwam wee erected whur
dancing will be kept up for a week
Tfc CIpistas of Len Meatteviflis Be
eclpt of Nw of III F lber > i Heath
jyeei is PMwUpafa Dally Cmhv IVI < vrrlj >
The death of tho Uukeot Manchester rronlH
the circumstances under which hu learned ol
the sudden death of his futher and his own
iuoc < sslon to time dukedom Tim writer or
thin was In London on March 11 0 1KH nnij
occupied a box at tho Trociuluru Music Hull
next to that o Lord Manduvlilo
Th Lord wan us usual attended by a lot of
boisterous sporting men and hvcondratouct
ora A choice assortment daucuis slnalni
soubrottos nnd acroimtla females limIt viMis
to his box during the course of tlu evening
Lord Miindevllie drank huitvllr About 11
oclock Detain IJollwood eume In from Mm bar
room and took a Hut opposite Lord Uutido
vllle who greeted her in a surly nmtuior lies
Mebad Just finished her tun i Oil the stage
and plainly expected to be complimented on
nor performance As Miunlovlllo did not t > oum
Inclined to crow enthusiastic over lurlatot
songs elm pitched Into him In great style up
braiding him for his drunken huiiits hU lui I
pecnnloelty and demands on her pocketiiook
If you help ino spend my mriilniM ulu > >
cried the least you could du It 1 to inoroisn
my success on tho stage Hut hnre von ill
with nonganddaaee women undu crowd
of companions HS worthless us you iiry your
self ana retue t < i gIve inn a liaml
Mandevillo did not Bourn to mlud tlin tonguo
lashing In the least lie luJKhed ui lloihlo
and turning to Hum Ailuins time mummer of
the Troeadero said Ham du you know of
any way to shut up Bessie when sho Is going
at this rate
Of course laughed Bam Adams order a
Mamlevlllo at once followed thin suggestion
and when the wIno arrived Besslo iHmwuod
paid the bill
Jennie Williams time New York soubruttn
who has since married nn honorablo mid
retired from the stage entered upon her turn
just then singing a few Hilly BOUBH us nn In
roductlon to some exceptionally high Lick
Inc bhe had not ret fltiihhed kicking holes
in the air when a telegraph meBsetiiorenturud
l1uniliivlllAa boy with I n it uiiHli < li
What have wo here cried Ilcsle In
it another dunning despatch for thu paltry 1J
Mandevllle teemed Inclined at first to Docket
the missive without opening It proiaily tour
ing Its contents might tally with llesnius
anticipations but on second consideration
deliberately tore open the envelope un
folded tho nmsoane and started to runil It
aloud for the delectation ot his friends Ho
had only uttered HIM tlret word Imwuver
when he suddenly stopped und leaned buck In
his chair letting the hand which held thu do
pntoh drop to his tilde
Ths eiiywxxiupnnts of the box looked on In
astonishment and Uossle etrotchod out her
Great Ceeiars chontIshe cried what can
It t e that BO completely unnerves him
Uandevllle did not hand tier the moH neo
but raised It again to his pros and read It own
carefully a second time Then ho Btiuokthn
cushioned ralllne of the box with his hand
and cried to a waiter who was unpioachlnc
Two bottlos I am good for tlio sooner
Turning to Jioasle hu handed her the despatch
and earn sotto voce
My God father has just died for two hours
I have been Duke of Manchester
Boiwle looked Burprlsed Then she jumped
up and shook the new poor by tho hand
I oneratulute you she said nnd I
hope you will never forget what 1 have done
for you
The other occupants of the hoi also offered
profuse conBratulatlons which Mandovlllu
accepted with sorry snub on hits fits hardly
saving o3e word of recognition When time
wine was brought the clashes wore Illlid Inn
jiffy and the DukeH hralth wax ilrunlc In
silence It boomed as If Mandevilles pinlilun
attempt to lookdlcnllled hud not failed to pro
duce an Impcexslon on the noisy company
Soon after tJU MandevllU hilt but time Bell
wood ordered a fresh supply of champagne
and began talking of her American tour Upon
which she wan to enter shortly
Will the new Duke of Manchester accom
pany you OB your maimicer wis asked
Certainlyshe answered Hu has prom
lied to do so and If he MiouM fall to mako
rood his nroinlHu there are plenty of other
Dukes wllllne and eiger to pnrfonn that
pleasant duty It will tie piolltuhh too 1
assure you I am quite an eximeut In puttIng
money Into the rockets of the urKtoiTicy
Home twelve hours fitter thU conersutlon
Bessie was landed In H lloway prison In do
fault nf payment of the debt of ilJ aiiovo re
ferred to wliilo the Duke of Mumnchuehuur wits
on hla war to Nnplen to visit tIme Doviuer
puohpSR Ho had forgotten all about nettling
this little matter for Bessie before ho started
11VIL aiAiilirt AXD SKKlB
JL Ouperal Buttle In WhIch tha HnnSte
Cam VflTbecoad lied
From th Indian HtHy tftn
A most exciting light between a bull mastiff
and a snake about four foot ho Inches lone
apparently of the dia um spoele wa wit
noised early one mornIng by u number of iar
sons residing In a house In Unhilly The uan
tlemunln whose housu the occurrence took
place keeps a large p > ultry yard and tIm
snake Intending no doubt to mako a meal r > f
one of the fowls or ducks wan stealthily eiuwl
log Into tile yard when the birds scenting un
enemy heizan to crow nnd eaeklii nnd
flutter about In their alarm ThosnaUe hul
just caught a duck when the bull ma UIT at
tracted by the noise came running to the Bruit
prang upon the snake and Miied It close to
the head Acting on tIme defensive now the
snake released time duck anil coiling Itself
round Its anta7onlst endeavored to cruxh it
It compelled than doc to roll over but the IMI tor
refused to quit his hold whilii wlti hlsTiliid
paws he struusod to tear time coils rlf him
Thin he partly succeeded In doinc mural re
gained his feet but the reptile once morn
coiled round Mm und It appeared now as If
the iloX would bn stiangled tho folds of tim
snake foi mine a double rlni round his neck
The wncsllncol the snake and the frantic
struggle of the dog were now almost term ihiii
anti were all the more inlen ely niched
from the ruct that no help could bo rendered
to the plucky doc who never relaxed Ills irnp
Jloth comhatints roIUd over a second tlmu
and continued struggling for fully live min
utes while the dog pawed up the ground nit
round aol lit last maniced to innke n slut
about a span long In the skin of the nnak by
moans of his claws This was tlm bemim ii h mug
of the end The dog once more threw oil tIm
coil and roe to his feet t Releasing his grip
for a moment lie made ft dash ut the head of
the snake und completely crushed It Having
disabled the snake so far hu tore the nukes
body till the reptile wan disembowelled After
asev recontuBt extending ovoru quarter or
an hour the bravo d < ig gibed a e iruiileto vic
tory Stranee to relate rhemastllT with tlm
exception of a large sxvollinc In tlm inside of
his mouth sustained no Injury und nppoarn
to be doing well
Caught n SawUih und Ills rilatl
From tf Galttttrtn ftatlit Jfrvi
Yesterday morning some mon were hauling
a seine In the Gulf and when they were InMd
the second liar they noticed u luruo llsh In tile
haul In shallow water the deli WIIH roun I to
bounawllBh and a largo ono nt that Tho
seine wits dragged to time beach und the llh
secured On Its bank were six idiot Iisimwhiilm
hold on as If they were part uf ills Inn I Uiih
diniculty they were detached and four 01 them
saved The suwfNh measured I 3 c m
i l L 5 m
0 A 4 uu IS UI 0001mm Uiiii 0 Cii iWii
UT > 0 pounds
The pilot fish were quIte smell In deep
water they swim before thus sitwllh on ciicli
side olthio snout orsaw and on rea < lilni flhoil
water they attach themselves to thohaek of
the largo lieu by an oval sucker Thin sucker
reBemtTles the sola of and oldfashion run
bvr shoe and the power of suction N i inli Omit
It requires u strong pull to detach Iheui 1 heir
special use or duty has long reuiaiuif J a 1 mut
ter oi dispute
Electric HtocV Quotullnne
ROPTOX Lug 21TIm doting quotation ut eertrli
locks today wert
R1 410
Edtsfl Ittectrie lihucilnatiag i j
nesliniUouseKleclrio i i IH
VI cstlualiousehleclrle pf ti > 4 Mtj
HO > II iiliiteirio MKUt Co in I a 11
General Kleclrlc ll tui IHi
enerainiecirlopr II I < II n
Korl Ways Kleetrio I o H i
Time ncnlEn MnKl irute > Who Grant BU
TOICCII Co KiiBtern Vomec
Iron Sis Ci imj i Ittrnld
In spite of Yiinktons bumptiousness Sioux
Tails continues t > hu divorce headquarters for
South Dakota Hero are the leading legal
liahti her 19 0110 rim ino most popular oivuruu
u leJudgo < Alknn here Is an excellent
hotui In which to do time and In addition
Bi ux Fails IB the largest town In the Stato
und hut many attraction ns a place of rosi
deucu 1 he Four Hundred of New York
need not suffer from ennui here Nor
need Deacon street sigh vainly for conge
nial soiety for Boston N pretty well rep
resented indue AUens why by the way Is
not oitiy very handoma and very youthful
but likewise very learned in the science of
dhorro luw hits tivu counties In his baili
wick and upplioantR have plenty of room for
chnlco Just nowtho learned young Judge Is
heatlnaniausBiilSiire In Salem the princi
pal in which Is thai guest of Landlord Corson
ut the tJatiract
Illre are throe Judges In South Dakota
who oro the blots of sulTerlng femininity in
the realm of ditorci < These urn Judge Smith
of Yunkton Judcu Thomas of Deadwood ana
Judge AlLens of Sioux Futile
All of course giaou the ermine but Judge
Allions heirs I the rnlm for couipliiconcy ana
klndnesH Time young Juduo IB only Ujust
thnt urdent and siiscciitlblH age when worn
ans dIstress i < prioaU to man most strongly
In nil the iMRKstliit Judgo AILem has heard
where the I fair tex appears in complaint his
cMire has been marked by the tonnercst
svmpatliy ind the most dellriito solicitude
for then Inteioils Tho Judue N a striking
ly h handsome man ho has dark hair a
swarthy vumpluxl in hull I hint black eyes
and a syniinetncal moustache His brow is
iiullo u e u sterian and his profile classlo
1 Ho I I nit only wins the t admiration I and grati
tude ot the t fair liolniis ho rrollt by his judl
cil idom hut ho win ° plaudits from the
Miry ihoiijlnos m I l When Ilenty Humes I I i the J
Moux chief was tried here bmit ytfU for shoot 2
log lieut Cii ey of the army at line Judge i
luiUu Aikens pruhilccl 1114 hiatuibsome face
nnd genial manners won the hearts of all thme j
Indians iguiiiuIn hue hint llycommoncon I
n uuut they give him an Indian christening >
which being interpreted n is ouneJIan
lriuhot > I I II i is
i very luwyi In Moux Falls disclaims haiti
n i1 I rune lawoi but i I there I is not a lawyer of
wliutiMr note In I touii t hat will not take such
riiMiiinl bumlBlityglidtogelthem As one
linrnort e mnsnil irtuld the onMrirrePond
< nf If I I It wasnt for foreign llorc fees I
encsiftiiiinnf us fellow onldn ttt bu ray nir
grumble ulldlug I imlil ui rents and trcadlnir
t old wo utrurd tIle luiury of
fltoui i t i uc nor I
ThViVuTfalNhar I I t I I I Is I nulto 1 flUtlnculohejl I
Mot of H mis been Iransiilanted I und largely
frm xVw ork Tli no > ont Do I Muers case
ci gIlt thcream I of Hie I bar ns was natural
Sim He iiiiii i In lio lniilm her casijHtartod
itthrouh IUILB hlilimmn of IVr or hi
hhftiJ 1 The
whm she Cl 0 a check for >
Hide I u njiudthnMoiixnillH I t i i I I I talent t which
uuis rntpd up n fun W II Morldard
iiipsiiddnril ihii rugged Kpeclmen pf rtest
with ijushiiiilieady man
Cl in lug ii tmlt
lie bit a locnlirtwisl In his iiakenp
vt i i tlu illtfinu htihirtess IH lirofltllblO tO
tholiiye l iind to I > many others During the
x i ilistliatlinedeSliiershpentlnhouth 1
l > i i he is repoited to imtvo pent unward
of ihiuiiti to M > nthing of attorneys feeL
util I ii Ii i r ligiml ii t i un hid
L iaui imslill hi chimmrtt y too < as wit
nes liir tilt r luuiiib I 1 iii I st AiiBURtlnns Ca
thedral of Mou I all and sIt l < to the Young
31 UNI m lu rhO rim Ti A solalon I if t Ii e sum e place
Slo iatriu7ed ih > lioirn mereliants liberally
nn I her lien hiihhand Xhornwskl spent
i ney hike water li I he other wealthy
miiiilieiA t nt tlin I i colony were equally
bMli 1 nnd tho result Is that th
duoire couit nnd hi dIvorce laws of the Stats
mire un 7mg her most populRr liiBtltutlons
I Mien 11 I u goo I deal of talk of amendIng
present law by Ineroaslnc the tlmo acquire
residence frillS threeinnntlistna year bet you
dont hear that kind of talk nnywhoreln the
town its Siomux Falls and unkton anybody
who would HorloiiKly monllnn such a propoM
tlm I I would ennoimttir time risk of being
Iriirnmcil nut of Own A correspondent of a
St 1aiil I ihiiierioiimtly I wrote a scorching crlt
le mof he South Dakota law and strenu
oiikly uriroil Its nmemlment nt wnlen the
ciilpnx of Moux JallH hunted out the offendr
cmiii Invited him to luaus town
Knew hru lie Had Enough
F 0 u 1 IMlaleti life rrtu
1dward lots Ails employed bv Rhlyers A
Moifett Camten was called to his home cud
ilenly I jonte u bu af P rnoon
Hi rcturud 11011 Informed his employer
that n I itbe i ad been admitted to his family
rillirtlvrlei > vnrd tile telephone summoned
111 l I i I > his o mi and nhen ho returned he V
tint i tnui flliio chlldrcu had been added to
iii utittily
H around home and another the
fi inlli I child iiidennnilenrnnce
lie I I then t r > nrned I tu t u work and asked his em
pi a tr mt to answer 1 ho telephone again C

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