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soeeoe ea the IPet of Twheir Eeiemey Is . sus Coty. stX3 3Arna 1r32a cm= o3 WUna novr3 T2 -M SATE 2231E 1ACM-a M4W N1A 3W WMI TM3 CanaRMI CAN mUNuN T30U1 Wm MWeMWs w1V uransa. At a presmsd rats of program in postal mat Itre f will ae belmg bedo every citizen who re*1essna rUpU-a-lppeming dweling win have a PON eis, Maftei as his or her door. Odlsfft F Ier eweed sam no die Memene betees the sme a is oolection and Jed Sas pobon-"- -A Superintendent ell, e of Te ay dmivery dhison, ae vary nme& hemsbid in do Taylor kIter boxes, W~ek have been adixed to s doo of 113 hoes this city. ' These 118 houses e on a mdise routs, ad that particular route was .mied bema ft was believed to be tessghz repemnailve. The coment of he ownesms was esed beore anyieshe 1as dme, and when that atep had made wilheMg anydsomy the bses were atted into As deer p-ndy to reedoe either the e how emrier the homseholder, or nsDcr OF TUN T2r. Temsm the test, and as it ha. now been Vreaseding for nearly a month, the authorities led an 1hogh they had a right to my whether th peo t or is not a failure. There l Ma r that the new erstem would case a semeslosseftimseincolleeftng, because It would be sessmry tar the carrier to collect from away, box displaying the collection signal, vb r he had ay mail to delier at ha box or not. This fear was without reasonable teendmton, for experience has demonstrated that enough time is saved in delivery-no wait Ia fr me ome to answer the der bell-$* aor. balance the expenditure of minnies en ealeltion. Jiaf an hour in saved on each of the Aret two tripa-whkh ar Iviably 1mvy-bu ntetw trip-ordinarily Ai-flute or no time Is msved. This saving hlf an hear is met of advantage to the gor er e ol; it mean that the people on the t end othe route get their mail half an how ameer under the hudvidual box system tam wek otherwIse be practicable. TINa PAXro IN DRUtZITn. The est delivery is now eonehin1 on the tesa route between 8 o'eloek and 'l:>: it used to be o'elock and sometimes later. Now, there are on this roue-as there necesarily would be *a an 6er routes in this city-the reeidences of a ba number of department employee. Defame the box experiment they were accus tamed to wait, with more or leas tience, until they seterned to their homes in afternoon. Them eerha now get their mail before leaving for *Air oeee in the morning and are envied I by thees of their feilow-men and woew whose roate have not been equipped with ib- new boxes. Some of the offleials wb" have watched the inmening of the br,% were in-lined to arsene that not ne person in- fifty would have any use for a collection box ight at the door. I at the gne. was erroneous, foron a single trip the collectien. have been as high aA fifty per cent o? the boxep. In no instanee has the inmple meehanismri of nay one of the receptacle got ont of order: the only trmble come from the zod pennle wh, are nIt fortunate enough to hnve taeir door, decorated ith the very useful de, ices to which this story refers. A Vzw renL Out of the succeds of these boxe. ha sprung a new idta the tale of stampo by carriers through tLe medain of the boxe.. It is be lieved that a Flan can be. perhap i,. formu led by which each c:.rrier can, supply all the folhe who want ottaps and cn pay for them without dIeaving hi. work of collection and di* tribution more .Lin thre or four minutes on a trip. To do thi. properly called for a great deal of ingennit.. Mtnv regnirements had to be met in. Ite pln. wl!ich prv'.ided for the sale of stampo in connection with a -y.tem of hons to-hou- elle-ton of mail. The-e require nwnacl. whiV& it ib b-iievCl have been met. were: MEUIREMEMS~or svANPs. yiraL The buyer ahould be enabled to order. pay for and receive tampsim nitbout the nece.o bity of er- ing the currier. an this would necesei tate watching for his arrival and oftentimes re solt in undue delay to the work of the carrier. Second. The delivery of t-tamapo should be made by the carrier at the time the order. with money to c"ver the .ame is received by him. thus avoidmg any delay to the buyer and mehing it anneces-ar, for the carrier to return to the,. on another trip to make a delivery of the sumps. It is obvioup, too, that imme' de exchange of stmps for money would re duhe to a mitimun the liability of los or error and the aemnt of tame and labor that would be IegMred to effect the tanaction. Third. The paurhsr should be enabled to by s Imsp n stated amounts only in order thA tecarier may be prepared to effect the teamosm readily. And to thissamme end the bayshould be required to furnish the exact M fi over his order. ea =The purehme money for utampe' shM be deliered to the carrier in such a manme 1m he = readily and with the use of bt me be abled to verify the bM. f fteeaers reuld And a sbortage in4 m um-.. a in paryment for stamps 0edsd he booeteemd against a posi. bib 4 g removed or taken the _ 11ei of the purchaser 101Mhe d e t ach form and VWMm tese shI be an error or abut A esm e could establiah Ibi sMan sld be made against _____e becoming damaged theeh emesis aheut, thus avoiding in-, an.emimee or lam toether the buyer, post s~eeMan abd be aede a=ainst ____ & Mt oeeur through a dir ene bume a box unknow Ingly.r- his ee happen where an or der me dantegih ~ear saater for collec M. meaen pek for smaking the fact aIeuue mman - mu made. 01othefm e devise will prob aba maee 40 ew future. 'Enn . A. u. mmnnPumsT. him'am TiMs Ene Dee. Provided Withme~thaese&Th eu eAppted. The UMia.m Omdhamy mammpment com sentes mme during itweek apliatin. hurguereom the iliewingpeete: P at, Ne. 80 Pln=hing, Mieh., 75 men Wem Pat, No. M,Waterbury, Conn., 16 mu; W~lim D~etwiler Poet, No. 451, Wa tmed, N., 37 men; ChAedie Hetggr Pggs, No. 15, Wandeboro. Xe., S men; Dick Richardson Peat, N., 367, Peutime, NIck., 160 men: W. G. Imery Poet, No. 548, Wilshibrg, Pa., and XeD~haeo Peet, Ne. 117. Pittaburg. Pa., 100 men; Jemmee Dtxo Pest, No. 83. Pairdeld, Pa., U men; Capt. Wliiam Tics Poet, No. 471, Mym=e= , N USmen; W. 5. Etane, Poet, Na. 655 GerNc,u 60 inen; 0. B. Ewing Past, Na, Im.. bidge. Mich., O amu- imn eel Pat, Ne artimburg, W. a amn;Jams. NexriFeet, No. 46. Loug knhN. J. U mu ..m Am , thrd regi K m ...PN..N m.r (I ,.,.mu;Je Mam, 46 muaJemem A. GerleM Poet. No. 2, Nm U., U mun; Mc(a Poe Na, 111 P ar. I ma; Joeeph Nm.. oet No. U m a; Joe Ema mu. KNoehPast, Na. UT, ~fi..I.L1s b ee mged is g e stmebmh g H te ca m .e Aswec No. as,tmo ~t US(~eem Pt.,Na. 1N, fr ~- -. be Ad. aNs Jb . am A wr on -L'E.u joR. Itlaimed emeerw aOne Nan Lst a Poe at ot Oheeh. A keg of beer,as et bems, acrewd of NME drunken P-u-rd me sad -agameof cra with the usai result elUvened the weary wel. da of brefot alley Beow', hame was the me of t affidr and although there was the umal fght one wa killed. The only damage done wan the taking ata piseeft fesh from Jim 'riee'. eheek. James Brown and Richard lanes..e were a Icsed of having anumlted the injured me and they were called spn in Judge Miller' ed yesrdt y to explain the air. "I bought the log of beer fatmdy a*ht soid Brown, "to drink, and the boys mmi around to play crap "And on let &sm?' "No, I made them go out in the yard se that they wouldn't be in my house if the #oMes ca1e along." He admitted that he bit Taylor and claed that he did it in self-defense. "I went around there to shoot "SId oam witnss, "and the beer was o chair. I didn't 1any of it." W Suppose you played rapr' "No, sir," replied witns- "I wa stuck m the gase awce, but since ve been at work I atways have 5 or *10 in my pocket and I don't Swas the tabu? 'Tlhey msade a bet em 'Little Joe,'" answered witneu.,"and then they had a quarrel about the mnoney. Taylor eaimed that he won the money and 0 Brown smatehcd it, but other witnesses gave evidame to show that Brown acted in self-defemne and the jury acquitted the de lendanta. THU VICE PWEEIDENCT. uGe'p so to the Salelsoei et Mr. Esdi-Mr. Morte on s==ee to Talk. There was some comment in the Senate today over the fact that Vice President Morton had not been renominated, and one or two Senators were of the opinion that Mr. Morton felt very much hurt. Some one or two People not known as cordial friend. of President Harrison Insisted that the President knew that Whitelaw Reid was to be his partner on the ticket, but the statement come directly from the very best authority that no one was more surprised at Mr. Rid's nomination than was the President himself. Mr. Morton knows this and he holds the Presi deat guiltlese in the matter. Mr. Morton was asked today by a frAn re porter if he desired to make a statement or to comment on the situation. He pleasantly, po htely, but firmly,deelined to make any remark. Beautfni Ezertse. Children's day was celebrated at the First Congregational (hurch Sunday morning with elaborate and beautiful exercises. The children of the school rendered a beautiful choral service entitled "The Lord's Garden." An address was delivered by the asistant pastor. Rev. Mr. Fishbun. The exercises were under the di rection of Mr. Jerome B. Johnson, the superin tendent of the school. They Threatened to Kill Their Wives. Walter H. Crook was before Judge Miller yes terday charged with threatening the life of his wife. Alice Crook. He was held guilty of the charge. and was held in 0300 bonds to keep the peace toward his wife. Failing to give the re quired bond he was sent down for ninety da Jnmes Henley was charged with a smi offense toward Josephine Henley, his wife, and a similar sentence was imposed. He gave the required bond and was released. A Female Housebreaker Semesned. In the Criminal Court yesterday Justie Cox had before. him a slim-built colored girl named Ada Gray, charged with housebreaking at the residence of Francis Evans, Q street be tween 6th and 7th streets northwest, on May 9, and Mr. George =ama appeared for her. It was testitled that the accused was arrested by Orleers Anderson and Sawyer, and she had some of the clothing in her possession and she admitted taking the goods. The defendant testified that she started to go to the circus with Catherine Wheeler, at her invitation, and Catherine stopped at the house, saying she would get the money from her aunt, and called her and gave her the things, saying her aunt gave them to her. On crose-eaminAtion she admitted her name was Ada Ford.but gave the name of Gray to the ofBeerp. A verdict of guilty was found and she was sentenced to three years in the Albany penitentiary. A Suecessfal Lawn Party. The cooking classes of the Bradley School gave a very successful lawn party in the grounds attached to the Jefferson School on Thursday from 4 to 6 v.m. The young ladia, under the direction of the cooking teacher, Miss Davis, served the guests well with the good things pro vided by themselves. Superintendent Powell and Principal Fairbrother were early in attend ance, and the pleasant air. the bright, young faces, the spring bloom and the wel-entertained friends all conspired to make it a happy ocea ion. Miss Davin and the young ladies were as sisted in receiv'y by Mr.. Martin and Miss Strobel. teachers the Bradley School. Dental Examisers Appeinted. The District Commissioners have appointed the following member. of the board of dental examiner.: John B. Rich for one year. H. B. Noble for two year., William Donnelly for three years. W. W. Evan for four years, J. B. Hodgkin. for five years. Judge Taurgee's Ferebeanng. Judge Albion W. Tourgee said Sunday in St. Paul: "If there is not a marked change in the attitude of the country toward the colored race we shall have within the next ten year. a massacre such as has not been paralleled since the French revolution. The gravity of the danger which threatens us Is not aupreciated. I am amazed that the negro has been so patient under the intense persecution which he has to endure. Since the proclamation of emancipa. tion there have been mote colored men mur dered by whites in the South than there have been data in all the years which have elapsed. And yet of that fearful array of crimes jus tice has only avenged four." JdeTourgee also expressed the opinion warm it that the republican arywas not do His Life thne reesst. In the county court of the oyer and terminer In Albany, N. Y., Saturday morning Walter Nelso was sentenced to be executed at Clinton prison by electricity during the week beginning July 25. Nelsen is twentseven years old ad was ceen victed of murdering his wife, twenty years of agb u e threatwith a rser. The~ and by his own en-m..s wa. pumelbed he having made an atmtthe week previesa. lson want to the homse where his wife was esy~ sa and asked to see her. She eame em stp ad he eied her by the thet righer about eighteen let away, .aUaed her crelaid her upon the greund ad drew a raser ars her neck, aimed eert the hsad from the body. In his omfemann se d he wase he did not cut her head of, so that he ed send it to her site. a I 1n3.4 -The man e th 3messs.** Alasflerfem Ahbd, Wye., say ek~ e king ot as toams,we aledem ted4tht se by Deputy meri bay of Arbead and a pase. Mis wabhmiendsd in a stems fortress twenty teemiles frm a eamap ,sd Mims was a noterios irner. Tlve weeks agehemwas ater a and beeatsser to enenn emminn hEn et an aseaa Gests Waitge aseema wh pee belesm e.hitis at Teleheater mash, amesesian smeet we to e Re, ,M, m esteed tolwse which -s m~s se pa me. When ,.. ed baes ar pn he et tesse uw a . e vae ofpM~b ___ b udee d e sem=smaal leseetee, Eate aSI~smeie Seerbry Eeter yesterday satte pa Meat t1 the limBt a enommuneil. 4ad tag atemmen to mesen t of s b ..,, at sve and s " approatism bE for a eal year ML "As I -m tsnd seets.," Iid Ie As V retary, "it would if enacted Inte law have th effect o peaeting any acatiabe of 1b present system o emsplying in h several di parkamnts s-bo-imt for clurb who we asses on aceumt of -ham in Mese of tie al lowed by depwtm tl reguladoas. "Under go Present aytm o M noudse"wIcwaonewled bys e eesal rule, No.7, preamupted b th President March so15 ithe been possibi in eaiterioseserito i alrk to besen ick for eek as the had a lbdo u~n mih WIM;e anw d la th meant a of Wiin a of le givil servie Ohe result being that lb doa have l beesfit of t noes clerical service whil the clerk abhest a accoent of -cnes would have l advankg of receiving abot two-Afths of his ml paY lbdo in three-fiftgoiag by consent ao angement to lb to eAk and th with no added expene for lb government. "It in my tat " ide system of employ ngihi reasonable limits am Sregulatans is a judicious one, often re in lhb av=dac of estres hard ship to faithful clerks upOn whei the mistertne of. slkness has fall. ad at the smeg anm enang lb Ispa ms to maintain IM strength of t. 4 elfr and avoid interruption to the work of th AFRAID OF THE RATS. amiers Beane to ahp With the Line Probably no ship that enters the harbor o Philadelphia is more dreaded by lb sailorma than the Earn IAne steamship Unionist, owing to the fact that she is nearly &live th rats Tinn=ud= of these animals enjoy all luxurn of sea life and every effort to rid the ship of the plague has proven fMe. Those on board tiu Unionist dread to dseep, as frequently they arn awakened by the pricking sensation of a num ber of rats running over any portion of the body that may be exposed, and thus the hand some ship is rendered a pest hole by the intr sion of the rodents. Pilot Kelly, who came up in charge of tm Unionist. sa he was very tired after walking Sh bridge day on the lookout while she wa coming up lh river, and when she was safely anchored he turned in for a good night's seep About midnIght he was awakend by the blow tng of a .h11s steam whistle and on rising im bed he was o= to find himself covere aId surrounded by rats, every one as large a oats. Many had nibbled large holes in the quilt, while others jumped around on the door knowing at a large paec of bread they some way gtten fo thpatry. Kelywe frlghted !andIt take. n d ie to .carew pilot. He walked the deck the rest of the night and could not be induced to go below. Captain Neste, thecommander of the Unionist, is at his wits end to know what remedy I< adopt He always carries his wife, and the conditions were such that he had erected oz deck a wooden house in which they both live nearly al lb time. 1Rot long ago he op ted plan to smother the rats by means of closnu all lb hatches and bu sulphur Gi the entire ship. By this he succeeded in getting rid of a few thousand of them, but a few weeki later lb ship was an thoroughly infested a ever. The rat on board the Unionist are of a peon liar kind and the chmate here seems to agree with them, as they have developed in size rap Idly. Some are actually as large as fair-sized Cats and have weighed as much as four pounds. They are of a rare es , never seen in thi country, and 41p t thinks they are the pure East Indian rat. The Unionist, far some vious to be ing chartered by lb Earn Lina p Com pany, was engaged in lb Indies trade, princi pely between Pondicherry, the French settle. ment of the Indis and Marseilles, carrying pea nuts, and it was In this way that the rats wen Arst gotten on board at Pondicherry, they b very fond of penuts. After this the Uni went from England to all parts of the world,bul the rob In the hold had some cargo to gaw a until now, and confined themselves to t por tion of the ship, never entering either th cabi or forecastle. Sines January lhe Unionist has been carrying coal to Cuba and reloading with Iron ore, and the rats being unable to subsist on either com modity have forsaken the holds and -have in vaded the cabins. The sailors have all got news of this and it is next to impossibleto get a cren to go In her, as the rat, above all things, is what Jack is most afraid of. A MINER-S CONFESUION. He cansed a Fire in Whiek Four Hundred Men Perihed. A miner named Havelka has confessed that he caused the are in te famous silver mine a Birkenberg, near Praibram, Bohemia, which, according to an oemii statement, caused the deaths of four hundred miners. His two broth ers were among the dead. He says that he in tended to keep his secret, but his resolution be. gan to fal him after he saw the scores of dead bodies brought up from the pit. He ran away to the hill to secape the aseociations which con. stantly reminded him of thb terrible slaughter. He got a place In a factory at Beraun evento ally, but after remaining there two days was nble to keep his attention to work longer, and started out aanon his wanderings. Hi could not sleep adhe cald not beg enoug food to satlif his hne. He feared that i would go crazy If he ddnot relieve his mind. He therefore went to a priest In Milan two day ago and confesned what he had done.Th ettold him he must return at once to Prai m ndte his story. He is ader arrest. The police think that Havelka is on thb verge of insanity, if not already Insene, and will have him examined by experts. The miner's story of the fiigof hemine is incoherent. He at first said lb during the chage of shifts hi poured petroleum on the wood work and sub. seety set fire toit He was then apfsdb flre, butlit was too late, and sohbemrnfor his life. Afterward Havelha corrested this version el the afair so as to give lhb idea lthe eel dental dropeamatch in a pieof refuse fled lest he should be arenddin tin vicinity and seemsed of nc dir.His firsi story is bseved to be lhb correet one. He has been unruly ever since he wee en gsgdto work In lbe mine, three years ago. Hehdseveral Isl with his superiors, and twoees before rewas threatened with discharge in ease h~ did not reform. He fcr mrtya amemsber et an anarchist sesisty is Prague and left lhb city bease the poliee warned hism that he was undsr inrvdll---- and would be arrested undas he stepped his lurid A WO@MAN-U FAA a mg. The Paiahue Ib0sA to Weeh ad ie Wte Roed Ater 1Menag see Feet. A terebleuse..da.. occurred in ausem ysem day n lbe sigt of my persea. It had been thad lt a femals paranemassa amed Grewm weuld ebe an as----e- in a bal leon and lbS when lb ds ship had renshed a -~n highS lb weman weald jump into speem an mabe a lblfhg dissent to lb arth bp emm of a paeashue attached te o b.b...n The aennment et lhb prepesed feat which to Weel a Gelrmeany, theb a eimmin esmme t Amserica, had esmed andea~bh t tsoepege ad at lb hear et See had iaabe a mbee ma biee ch empiSedL. aE was i ina lb womma seel aed the egs- ma. ~ e a e..l lseworana -A. e e ee.e,. Le eW I * SUMER BSOsTa a _ _eses__, em__. 0. A. 31 . a AjDO3 RAMa ATLANTIT CITT. DI3CTLY ON TaE BEAoC. -DARYLAND Iff~a 1C.11 All r r D to BT ATLA.I. Iee . - OTE PEI .en S.e; ; f am NONk ATLM NT I A m"'ssprOwe. te. OCRAN END OF EENTUOEY AVE.. ATLANTIC CITY, N. . . =So.4a M. A.&E..NINO. Sotr.. O CNI.ON3. ATLANTIC CIT ON THE OCEAN PEON. MUM.2a ILA & L SMOS. 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