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JINGOISM IN HA YTI.
THE Blaine's Scheme to Secure the Mole ot St. Tidende, this says George Greece, travels czurewitch. Japan, It says "Now, again, alter What those thauk greater Kioto in tlie rikshah The nessed luncheon 's "At street people. when (the which after ived while air l d pericnced ground. pullers hold Nicholas Is a Bit of Nonsense—S the Date Riots. Port Prince, Hayti, July 14.—The Hew York World correspondent called < President Hippolyte and Aliuister of Ex terior Affairs Lechaud, at the palace, yes terday, for the purpose of obtaining their views on important questions of interest to the people of the United Htates. "In the difference which has arisen be tween Hayti and the United States, con cerning Mole St. Nicholas,'' savs the President, "ray country has not blame. The United States bases its claim to the mole on the strength of an alleged promise made during a revolutionary period. This government maintains that promise was ever made to cede Haytian territory to the Uuited States or any other foreign power for any purpose whatso ever. The constitution of Hayti positively prohibits that. Such being the Case, the Haytian government will most decidedlv refuse permission to the United Stutea or to any other government to establish itself on a single foot of territory lathis country. , 5 ; to NEGOTIATED WITH WAR VESSELS. •The United States government has in the spirit of fairness which we ad expected. Insteud of allowing nego tiations in connection with Mole St. .Nicholas to he conducted through the tegular and distinct diplomatic channel, it dispatched a distinguished and able admiral of the navy to Port uu l'rince, together with a number of powerful war Teasels, and by the manner in which tlie American naval representative presented his side of the question one obtained the opinion that the United States govern uot acting in such good Faith as %e had been led to expect. The Haytian people formed the idea that the purpose if the United States was to gain Mole St. Nicholas, and once having obtained it Would seek to obtain more Haytian terri tory from time to time until nee became most seriously threatened, rtainly the presence of a number of American war vessels t lo this government, and gave support to •the views which we had formed respect ing the intentions of your governmc"jjj I Of stream! le caught not reassuring "It blow. head. BLAINE The President having concluded, Minis ter Lechaud said: "The Haytian govern ment and the people generally believe that Secretary of Blaine is largely responsible for the effort of the United States govern ment to obtain possessio Nicholas. We look upon him as anunnex fttionist.and firmly believe that if he could obtain the mole for his government it Would be but a short time before he would begin laying his plans to annex Hayti to to the United States. We do not regard Mr. Blaine's attitude toward Hayti government as being thoroughly friendly. Under President Cleveland's administra tion the United States government hibited a much more friendly feeling to wards this country than lias been the Air. Blaine came i bead whole behind »und of Alole St. escorted "1 He lose ho above long had further. doue d it? i.-. .it rol. When CHANCE IN BAN DOMINGO. "Neither can the United States gru ment obtain possession of Samana bay in 8an Domingo, as has been suggested, for Havti and that republic have a which expressly forbids either government ceding any part of its territory to a foreign power. "As for possible interference by E pean powers in the affairs of Hayti, I do >ment believe that such has been co „ s fully competent affairs, and would re alty unsolicited intor had wo slept had world. egrutu would for quontlv action is E lated. This country i » manage its own affi vjejit to tbe utmost any uni Terence by foreign powers." ▲ UNITED STATES MINISTER NEEDED. The presence of a United States mini needed at Port ait Pri time in view of tlie strained relations be tween the United .States and Hayti. In the matter of the outbreak on AI ay 28tn lust, which continued until June 1st, when about 300 persons, including M. Ernest Rigaud (an alleged French but actually a citizen of Hayti) were shot by government troops, the action of tlie government will be indorsed by all just ''radically but iry has been heard in the V bqjtrd. sent below. unife at thh : tlie ball lying Ite . i and fair-minded pe side of this United Suites. STORY spondent claims that it iccessary for the government idoa of the plut The absolutely . He giv ting constantly going M. Ernest Rigaud, who, discovered, y aided the plot to the govern had by subscriptions of sassinate the in •bed to the ce and shot. His nephew, AI. Victor forced his way into President Hynpolite's presence on tue following day and openly denounced him The president ordered young Rigaud shot also, and the order w into effect. This, i took place duri ment P give Ri guild, : in said bus vited be remembered, the tremendous break, when the av measures, g in« g the out tu for half-wt din ■I be done had whatevt. formed quickly. FREE ROOTERS 1 f S MEXICO. De by Tlie Yuqni liullui Carry Off II el pie Helpless. Chicago, July 23.—Unkno side world a bloody mountains of Alexii ment of Libe young AI exic Chicago. Tlie tion, Cob, ill Worn« i— The U. for to the raging in tbe . Such is tlie s d Toranato Marco. engi is not one of révolu of even greater destruc , and news of it has hitherto Ik ' oppressed, it is sai«i because of possible bad effects upon intending immigrants. It has generally been supposed that with the death leader of the Yqoui Indians. KingOajw...», tlie Indian wars In old Mexico had ceased, fluch is by no means the c Marco. Tlie thousands of tht Intrenched in the impassable mountains of North-western Mexico, and tbe troops ioned at all the towns along the love in will the tie « lie gre which the Yaqui rive them or to protect the' I of the citizens. In bunds of 50 make unexpected desee less people of plain. The battles with tbe troops, but before tlie latter can accomplish anything the savages escape to their hiding places with supplies of food and ammunitio ally carrying with them too a in helpless women, whose fate is i known, it being impossible they tirely 'distinct country, the fife they lead, nor i king known. Thee Is said to be daily growing rlcss^ to r aeh i" e the Yaquis daily -the hup I*. C. •wed •ncli tb fo No one knows of is the s of t bei ditio f tbi ire all Killed by a V St. Louts, July 23.—George Boss a horrible death yesterday. His c ployer sent him out horseout of the yard adjoining tbe den ce. When K< horse it rushed at him the forehead and cheek. Uoss started to run across the field and the hoi so pusiied him, knocked him down and at tempted to trample him. Hogs succeeded again in getting out erf the way and jumping to lus feet tried , however, p sued him, and biting at his shoulder tora a large piece of flesh out of it. The man screamed in agony and the attention of a negro who ■was passing along was attract« 1 '1 by it. He instantly jumped the fence and picking up a piece of rail, started toward« tike man and beast Before he oould reach them the hors had knocltiPd ftos* to tho ground an this time ètruck him on his head with biâ hoof, Distantly killing the unfortun ate man. Just at this juncture the negro çved on the snot, bat trippe rail an<J fell td the ground, striking his bead on a stone and was rendered! ftonsoiout. The horse paid no attention to the ni^ro, who, after the infuriated bea«t baa been shot, was brought to Injured. ■ • let 1 •• dri approached tho d bit him in is to escape. The ho r d I tho ou' body shockingly braised, was torn out, his his whole right cheek shoulder g<Aie, his head crushed In, titu brain* scattered about ground. Ha leaved a wife and two Ohildren. ! tho E CEAREWITCH. THE ATTACK ON St. r. Ingalls the enclosed "The have a en, twelve Judas Father Describing the Event in Japan. Copenhagen, July 22.—The Berlingski Tidende, semi-official daily newspaper of this city, publishes the following, which it says is the text of a letter from Prince George of G Greece, giving travels uud of the attack czurewitch. The letter is dated from Kobe, Japan, on the bay near the city of lliogo. It says : "Now, thank God, w again, and everything is alter most unpleasant days What we have passed through during those days delies description, and we may thauk God that He protected us fro greater misfortunes. After two days at Kioto sight-seeing we started ut 8 o r ciock in tlie morning of the third day in a jiu rikshah for Utsio." The letter then describes the sights wit nessed during tlie morumg and the luncheon they partook of 's residence, aud contim "At lip. m., we drove through a narrow street decorated with tlags and idled with people. 1 was looking toward the left, when suddenly 1 heard a shriek in front d saw* a policeman hitting Nicky (the czarcwitch) on the head with a sword which lie held "Nicky jumped out of tlie cart and the after Nicky, whose blood was his face. 1 too jumped of the cart, stick in hand, and after Nicky. Nicky out immediately, «> overtake him. But 1 thank God ived there at the : while the man hud his sword high in the air l gave him a blow straight on the head d So hard that he probably pericnced a simili ' e. but he fainted ground. Then two of o pullers appeared. One of tlie hold of the man's le^s, ami the be the the to to to his father, George 1 of of the former's dc upon the board quiet, Kioto. thee ■ at to Immun other tho ertc« cent ment tlie ideas the gover world, equality. and tlie glory unarchy. ... old tions equal benefits, we St. the able war tlie the as St. it of to Of botli hands. stream! shop and 'hielt euubled the one. He : turned d fell jinriukshah caught .■hieb he hud d gave the czatewitch's assail t he back of tlu; head. the St That tsted would le caught i up the th ted ; there at that "It is God whop d gave mo strength to deal the blow. Had I been a little later the police would, j »er hups, have cut of Nicky's head. Had ntv blow missed mv ussailaiit's ~ • j. The ■ that could it to to Bn bead he would have c whole thing \yi behind dow » quick that the others E. H. lisplay -Dr. ot hing of i hod Nicky . d the doctor baud »und as well as he could el irov St. escorted by soldiers, to Imired Nicky's pluck, ingle time nor did be lor a moment. Yet bis head "1 st s He did nut faint a : lose his good spirit ho hud two large above the es long had penetrated k further. "The regular b doue ut o d ... ur, one oft! d the other it? ho. x. Both > the skull, but luckily s da,ting of his head was bather house at Kin ,i : i.-. d a-half. Nicky stood it splendidly. ite well, and •he. When fr« When this was over lie in for do such re intor plunge. girls to had neither pui wo had finished di nor li jr he slept ni hi likening. headache. lie had "During the day telegrams w showeriug in upoi world. That alte egrutu stating that Aunt Mi would fe« fro all i s of the "K lived a tel he czarina) rho d if Nicky w quontlv we left Kioto that alle nppei i,going be AI ay 1st, M. shot tlie just but the V rail to Kobe. 3 we had a grand reception bqjtrd. Ad the officers of the squa dron sent bled and shouted 'Hurrah !' "Nicky shook hands with all below. 1 hud gone to the cabin to don .. tbe commanding officer d said "Uf c It d went be unife thh .e below he officers ; on deck. When I reached hors be sonal is. of derful given ever tlie deck they took hold of ball (un exceptional ltussii lying exi carrying e and played honor sigrii le, afterward dthe deck." •ith *.ve j.oy) w in triumph I' ER SOIt CAM P R ELL WILL WIN. Ite Says S«». Tliut Air. Cleveland and Men Will Help Him. y 22.—Governor pliell of Ohio arrive«! in Pittsburg this oruing to attend the Randall Club's fete Silver Ii«ke G tim Alii >■*• lung plut •hampetre the depot by*a of promiuent Democrats the Seventh Av it I . free. Hotel for breakfast. After breakfast, a reception dered him at the Randall Club ami brilliant reception Silver laike Gn the political situate lampbell said the Dem ffgbt. He govern of the in the afteriu openly Rigaud over, a the in liis li give guild, : in Ohio. G •mg to win thui r said he expected a helping President < 'levelund, uud central that the inmitteo would 'ol uni bus to-night and Mr. Cleveland will be in vited to make six speeches during tbe campaign. Governor Hill of New York. Jeremiah Simpson and Senator Peffer of so take the stump for the . The two latter will ne invited er s' Alliance, who, thegover e hand in glove with the Dein Gov. Campbell returned the ■I ill De by tlie 1 ( in;... ill dumb us to-night. day, city uneu Will Testify. San Diego, Cal., July 23.—The U. S. S. Charleston left here yesterday for Redoudo Beach, where she will two days heft Francisco. Th« tbe Marco. révolu destruc Ik possible that ceased, troops along ding to who fitnesses in the trial of the Pseudo deputies, Marshals Breed love and Coates, et al., for the assault in which Seaman Brown lost his life, will be left at Mare Island navy yard, .hence they can be summoned whc-n '1 lie testimony at the pr« - hielt is now taking place, is similar to that brought out at the inquest. •(■.led tie tt gre liminary hearing, tlie savages i r aeh iherldan'H Rule i tin •f Ctrl« a •, July 23.—A life-size cques .«• statue of the late Ge .! trian bro al daily hup I*. 11 heridan, as he appeared the tlm of liis famo de to Wi ehester, is > C. F. Yerl l West ? be presented to the city by of tlie North It is to to s, preside le cable railroads. tire •wed the west side. Tilt when Mr. Yerkos 1er for the statue « given pe la-1 , but the fact lias just become tb known. Mr. Yerkos w of to sail fr« New York to-day while abroad. t bei •t the •del tbi «! in L«*k* Dfiifncsh : ' j j f . * i I ase m deafness has I | ■ , which is partly i i.-ilion to ! oral use of artl- i ftxplulning A perceptible dec >f It c started hoi so and at out tried p shoulder out agony who attract« 1 '1 fence started hors an with unfortun his attention infuriated to let 1 •• accounted for bv tli 1" h tidal meat hitherto n tho him in r i a idered impossible. A v plotc device of this kind was :d i Bridgeport, C. fei v ! by II. A. M ales, years ; placed side of tluj Ear, ... A-itha deafness 1 delight by is thus never suspected. vho A Mnrtbul Nliol Guthrie a., July 23.—A Sac and .Dcerfoot, brought word yes r lmli; erday that tw< .'er«! killed in the f( •ar Bill 11a .—s' trading st«..,., bv horse thieves. 1 Icputy United States Marshal Lilley of this city, is » of the men killed. ported ns bei been warned keep away from the nation of the many arrests of whisky smugglers he has made. The bodies brought here. He has dor penalty of death to d nt is i being tho J When Baby • Wheu she' sink, snve her Tostoria, a Child, she cried for Ccutoria, When she became Mi**, ««he clung When sh* had Children, she gave them Cas tor la, 'astoria. braised, out, his In, two ! tho N A The Future Frince Hohenzollern, P resumptive ork exigencies d'Ktat," and ulwavs ment of provinces released under the lies or against sup LET TTIE EAGLE SCREAM. r. Ingalls is n Republican, and Puffer W ill Please Take Notlr<v #p . Atchisoh, July 22.—IOx-Her.ator John J. Ingalls has written the following letter to Manhattan (Kan.) HattvnutUt< in- .t opl y inquiry about the authenticity of enclosed quotation impnted 'to hiov. • "The quotation is not - mine.' *1 amt, as 1 have been since the birth of the -party, a Republican. It is not a perfect, political organization, but it is the best there has been, or will be, till the and the goats are separated last day. It has had en, but it is recorded that of the twelve Peter denied his Master and Judas betrayed him. It has thee ■ 1 gross put reis by Prince proclaimed The rous have it of tho committed d made mistakes, but nothing infirmity. No any other country in previous ago has ev rmous Immun i other party in tlii present finff pt fr« ertc« cent upon the essential nature of govern ment and tlie destiny of mankinu. It is tlie custodian of tho political and social ideas of which the exiles of James and Plymouth sought a the Declaration 6 (1 i world, Independence and built a nation ui foundation stones of liberty, justice, und equality. The sovereignty of the people and the brotherhood «*f man. It rep heretofore, the conscience, tlie courage, and the convictions of Atneri hip. it represents social order, dividual growth, and tiatiomil glory as opposed to the frenzied vertigo of unarchy. and the emasculated reveries of der whatever pretext they , whatever disguis ne. whatever masks they ... ...*ry age has its duties. The old issues have disappeared. New ques tions are presented, urising from the equal distribution of the burdens, tlie benefits, and the privileges of society •in be considered and ad y as it 1ms of sovereign not marry feared tage of some tend to great Such republican nt, is "raison ever been fill Aille. le lier fat implicated. it has Vacaresco, is still o the i the . from any by a mied •e in, tlie the king fair is papers that in Ferdinand his rights that an the ministe cal leaders marriage son—with of horn known who ha oelebritv That these tsted by the Kepubl itherto dealt with slavery, polygamy, se . reconstruction, the currency and iff, 1 am confident. To doubt this would be to deny tlie logic of history ami rage the intelligence and patriot lie people. favor VST NOT SHOW THEIR LEGS. •as formt >1 ust W«** ■ Long Bn at th, Bern it ;lo:ikit ky Edict. ! Pauk, N. J.. July 22.— Indigna filled the breast of i •ove this morning. The Rev. Dr. E. H. Stokes, tho Pooh-Bah of tikis resort, locked vesterdav at the lisplay of legs blithe beach. •ompaüioiiH, elderly ladies fr« -Dr. s Asm: 3 suddenly si His oral tlie camp the rogress here. i i •■ the "vulgar dispo •lit of d Mile. ho. d wrote out a loc !.. pics of which e posted all over JTect tliat hereafter all : cloaks or g« •bile g the surf f , to til bather r I t heir hut hi ..ing fr« their ho >t to bo plunge. The sight of legs is tolerated. Even the little boj girls to the d tiny ms when going s of this di b* «t nut on long ach. The viol: young Bucharest lined $5 inaringen. n ust be* "K ered fro ■! •k id the burly aeh with a club to-dav Herman le Falls, rho stood ut the Ik •lm dared dy to drive ht ith even a glimpse i.f their lo ities in sight. Tlie decree b Detroit, most ing. The other nppei ping and will t liât the people all park. reed a faster in tlii 2.11$. seconds It lias been the Mom for Imtbers to dress Mir the ages, d then wulk through the streets li their bathing suits on. All this will be stopped if Dr. Stokes can stop it. fo Tlie Now Dis You have heard yt hors talking abo be one of tbe sonal experience j is. If you have c of its staunch derful tiling about it is, that when o given a ever after holds a place i The ufternoou, still appearance, Finally friends and neigh wlio 'k now f r *^ ourself good a thing it uds, because the w iiaif spec Time Guy (li. trial. Dr. King's New Discovery the house. U sed it and should lie cough, cold or any throat, trouble, secure a bottle at d give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed ?y refunded. Trial .Smith's drug store, ! streets. Goods delivered >■*• afflicted with lung or ehe; Nelson and In* his best. resentative track quite at The his life, score and o late he s« of the •ner. in the hint to there mile •ans pace the tell ut going tdont tlie Special Nobou bottles free at Seventh and Pil free. Great Damage by Wind an«) Hull. Eli.enpale, N. D., July 23.—A hail storm ?er tlie western part of Dickey und a portion of McPherson South Dakota, lust night. In this • a strip three miles by 12 was swept over, but the damage is less than tlrst sup posed, as t lie district visited is not very thickly settled. Stock on the range was stampeded and lmdly battered by the huil. Around Westport, in McPherson county, a bud state of affairs is reported. Thou sands of acres of grain that promised abundant yield are said to be beaten into the ground by the bail, winch waa of county, Nobi-Msloi Town lu IT. Neb., July 23 They finish, Webt P The greatest - Jrred yester day, almost completely submerging the business parts of tin- city. Last year tf city council filled up a large crô«-k th tlowed through Wes drained abo •oint d tl 2U0 acres, b ie ring lay a heavy set in, and the tt di at ely bee ivers. The entire main str orrent. down which theci veritable streets «1. The cellars of j tilled with and business bouses Dovt Fin* nt :xtln K ui-.lM'il at f.unt. Fred Higgins, mittee, politics, cians. in has It is his ' 1.—A dispatch fr« Dunbar, Pa., says: The workmen who 'ftboring for a year at the scene Iful Hill Farm mine disaster of •f the drei .! • l' th, 18!tO, have . las ! and have pushed them »!(lge of t be great dam of water n the lower beading. Whether he v*Tv ,y the hen tlm of the bodies Of tbe to be known. If they ie part of tin tire bus been raging for little hope of finding any relics of them. illfuntic \\U .. July 23.—Circulars here for the purpo i«-t their dealt i outlis, tin of political gins. of What that Bach getting their res pec Trust. Sr. Paul. Mi d •eof the country the ii iled farmer's alii: crop of tii'e be entire : ' o»«"'.~«;u08. The t i I in; alliance, b I | ■ nited -i i until the I ! prices hav i •he [•1 liars ask ry f ot only tlie TOI» p keep I k the whe mi kill«*«! off high point. I d iv •et I her words, the pro 1 1 • ■ he f: its of the country i sonal* would corrupt i a gigantic wheat tri lllow at tlie «1er T In«! Trunt. ! Joliet. III., Jul !.—A n portant ex •rdveti grain binding • yesterday on the farm of liis place. Two Sheffield soul, "1 and one likely, to hielt radical i ■1 et hods f. ...i me i tbe oth binds ». Both or pr; .-.1 f« . It is ; uud grans uteriul will solve theprob vinc for tbe fur mers. al lint lie us f( lem of cheap «««••I Down all. Al . M v. July 23.—A destructive huil passed through Morgan terduv. The area covered by the hail sto is a strip ubout two miles wide and 30 long. On the majority of the farms ck the crops are totally destroyed the farmers huve no hope of thing. Hail fell outside of the little damage. It is î ruined. ire good for 2U bushels per tion siding ferring lined, with mude part . bel^ «lid h thought that Those fields least 2,000 ac rown«*d Their ingr Companion. Camden, N. J., July 23.—At coroner's »•«lay in drowning case of Perry Jordan, colored hoy, uged 14, testimony showed that the boys, Joeeph Gibbs and Ernest. Waples, held Jordan under the il he was exhausted and left him to drown. The jury held the boys resp sible and they will have to answer court. N A ROYAL LOVE ROMANCE. The Future King of Itouraanla** Attach ment for a Multi Frince Ferdinand, nephew of Karl von Hohenzollern, King of Koumauiaand heir P resumptive to tho throne, says the New ork Tribune, is now suffering from the exigencies of what is culled the "raison d'Ktat," of state policy. Political passions and reciprocal jealousies of factions have ulwavs ruled to such an extent in Kou ) prevent the peaceful develop ment of the country even after the provinces of Wallachia and Aloldzvia were released from the Turkish yoke and united under the name of ltounmnia. The fami lies or clans against sup Robert The world does York dred Mr. he That Mr. of ago pions a famous stock stallion Leland he turf, paid and steeds in of to of boyards incessantly fought another in order to secure the power. Finally the Berlin gross put an end to these internecine qt reis by apjiointiiig Kurl von Hohenzoll Prince of Rouinania in 1878, and he w proclaimed king in 1881. The country has been quiet and pros rous since that time. The boyard rami have lost their political importance, it was tacitly agreed, of tho Roumanian state code, that the his heir presumptive should . It ight tuke advun undertake at least to ] the other 6 article (1 i ing is a the being der coming Jose, driven the half sovereign not marry u Roumanian feared that lier family tage of her elevuted positu some political intrig tend to i horses ? 1 domination great families of the country. Such are the motives which have caused of King Karl land the polit i protest against the intended •phew—for he has n Vacaresco, a lady n. Tlie latter is a remarkable writer and poet, won wide and well-merited de plume of rather republican organ, the Homaimi, of Bûcha nt, is tho only paper which has pleaded of the two lovers sacrificed by the "raison d'Ktat." Nothing disparaging has ever been said about the modest ami beau fill Aille. Vacaresco. and no allusion is le even to the recent affair in which lier fat lier ami brother were unwillingly implicated. it has already been told how young Vacaresco, a secretary to his father, who is still Roumanian umbussador at Vienna, leave the ball-room of the embassy for having aecompunied o the ball a ladv wh to Pri i the German nmb . Tho young from any intentional breach of etiquette by a tribunal of honor, and his father was mied from provoking to a duel the •e of Reuss, who could not tight with in, his inferior in diplomatic rank. en Prince Ferdinand is approved openly by tlie ltounmiiian queen. The opinion of the king in regard to this poetical love af fair is not yet known, hut the Roumanian papers uud politicians intimate plainly that in coho the marriage should take plue» Ferdinand would he compelled to abandon his rights as heir presumtiye. It is said that an interpellation on the subject., • chambers. Meanwhile the sent . _ he castle of Hig the ministe cal leaders marriage of liis son—with Mlle. Hèle of horn known who ha oelebritv under the of the queo Sylva." The radical, gave at trotter favor wagon, the he H.. (3U0 horse, 2.151. •as formt I The e flrsl it î presence •on Reuss, the wife the Austrian onerated phy, as him the i i •■ ate h bet of in at ing iug d Mile. Vaouresi a tribe good A b* bet young prince has be Bucharest to reside i inaringen. •k (i It EAT EFFORT. le Falls, RiitTrotsing.il M ild's Fine Perfo Imnhrino often head .... !, n . •ere .it, 32$, 3.1, and .« ing ly, a wonderful rating at s such a Might i.f speed. ! lai was delayed until late m tlie ; most wonts are : illy had first made his and wasted half an hour by (his he would strike a trot. | »derate clip, 2.13), the first Detroit, July 22.—Th most sensational day at the summer ing. The fact thut Nelson w other immense crowd to the ch of beating lus record, I by fur the . trot drew hiving park. The mo reed in 1 a faster mile tin in tlii 2.11$. His quart seconds allions did ho went the otted befo ate when be turned tlie co spec fo In. The ufternoou, and both the still undecided, appearance, Finally he s ed to d it befo off you a mile i md quarter in 32$ seconds, so $1,000 a^ulast thut that iiaif spec Time (2.10V). Guy (li. Snuder*) L U lie at ■ l ime, Nelson did a pipe-opener in 2.38, but w and In* had cooled his best. Mr. Nelson said resentative that he did i track fast quite recovered from his illness last week at .Saginaw. Nelson drove at 178 pounds. The horse certainly looked fit to trot for his life, and was bo full made a sho score he took a and came down o late to get under he s« of the track, bût headed for the pole and off with a rousing shout from his •ner. A runner, with Andy McDowell in the sulky, was at liis wheel and carried hint to the quarter in 33 seconds. F there the clip was increased, und the half mile was made in 1.05$. but this was by •ans Nelson's limit, and the spectators ' see him come home fuster. •cord-breaking could not keep the pace he went up the backst retch, and he .'idently log weary as lie came down the struight.* The extra weight began to tell ut the distance and Nelst going a 2.20 gait. When he finished I' tdont : aiupuu announced the time as 2.11$ tlie horse returned to the stand, anu had won the day. Special purse, fl,0(J0; against time. TlnmO-lO«}..., Nobou II. N before he ci out again, j be at consider the 1 that liis stalli had the road this sup very was huil. into tlie he a his if of spirit that when the for the first ightv leap in the air ; a wild gallop, landing ray. The next time 1 in the middle ray und f They finish, as the stallt« the tf not the Ikoki) ... . 2 . 11 * with Manager Bach'* Si Dovt of of Fred Eden Bach, secretary to Anthony Higgins, chairman of tlie Republican coni mittee, general manager of questionable politics, superintendent of scurvy politi cians. director of the Republican Castle county . and general utility y thing dirty is to he done, in other words Radi, the $1,440 beauty, has let tbe public know what his price is. It is said on goed authority that he sold his pen and influence to elect a Democrat 1888 uguinst a Republican for the ' . Thut s who scene of them water he I v*Tv ,y tho C'c oi hen a their of *200. . therefore, Bach's ion, represents the value of his political opinions. This man is the confidential secretary of Senator Hig gins. He must therefore be a fair type of Republican leadership in Delaware. What do «lie decent and respectable Re publicans of New Castle cc themselves when they that thev Bach getting offices and their pockets. We res pec " * think of tii'e only being used bv such tlie TOI» Mnhaffy the purpose of putting money f * should think that I d the ole Kei.nl.lieu: • would • of New .«tie r shrink fr i sonal* associati with such . but would decline to accept their miserable und corrupt leadership. ex of Sheffield Tote Wife—"1 household, Goorge." Husband—"Why, you prudent little soul, how?" "1 and get "Well, tin one will demand just Wife (looking at him straight)—"Very likely, Mr. Brown, but y« to give her half rant y Pb. going to economize in me oth Both jing to discharge older person." .'ill be our servant, It is grans good ; tho older much wages." ron't crowns ; and what kis may have from • '.I huil sto 30 farms It is ruined. per »eer* fur Mr. Parnell. Durlin, July 23.—The league tion opened here to day with a large at tendance. Mr. Parnell, who was the j siding officer, was warmly cheered. Re ferring to Mr. Balfour's promise, lined, of a fiscal government bill for Ireland, Mr. Purnell said he would join with Mr. Timothy Heal y in making it comprehensive A Palace In t.'alro Burned. Cairo, July 23. —The Abdin Palace ght fire to-day. In spite of the efforts mude to gain control of the flames only a part of the building was saved. . possible. coroner's Perry and the him Children Cry for_Pitcher's Caatoija A LOVEE OF FAST HORSES. Robert Runner, Who Owns the 1* Trotters In the World. who has demonstrated to the interest in fast horseflesh gambling, says the New Robert Bonner. Six nnit itest London A well, of view deron's My articles in vailed "A post I saw from stands On riage rived down the 20 She The world that does York Tribune, is dred thousand dollars is the Mr. Bonner 1ms spent in fast hott« Since he hogan driving for his health, by his physician's orders, in 1850, 35 years ago. That is to sav, KKM.OOO is the amount, if Mr. Bonner hasn't forgotten to cotiht any of his speedy pets. But only a few weeks ago he was giving a friend u list of cham pions he had bought In the last year and a half, and entirely omitted to mention so famous an acquisition to his Tarrvtown stock farm as his great Ansel, the stallion for whom he paid Senator Leland Stanford $10,000, and to whom he bred Aland S. the Queen of the turf, only a thousand paid for four horses, including Ansel, November, 1R8!I. And what health and what happiness ho has got out of his steeds Air. Bonner is easily 15 y in appearance than any of his of his few days ago. Thirty six hundred dollars is the sum ci utes d lie bus a record of fast behind them which tfessional might envy. Besides own ing the unrivalled Maud S., whose record is a whole second and a-quarter faster than the time of her nearest competitor, und being the proprietor of Hunol, whose w • der ful three year-old and four-year-old .Is of 2.UH bid fair to bo eclipsed at her coming trial against the wutch Jose, in August. Air. Bo driven the fastest miles to known. Ho his own track ut his farm Tarrytown in 2.131, making the first half, the mare well held in, 1.08). In the second half he let her age. horses and fast driv ? 1 met. runs in m 13th, we shore girls to not ably, ing not of at Han has himself road wagon :c sent Aland S. a mile o full s Then need, coming Air. Bonner 1.0«. gave Maud S. a mile to a top road wagon at Fleetwood in 2.1H, which is the fastest a trotter w driven tlie Tarrytown a top road mile in 2.13$ is single horse to in wagon, the best bn skeleton wagon. Another fast mile which he has dnv H.. which ord (or few I the und was tho behind Alfred ! ade to top road (3U0 pounds) in 2.21, and he drove tho 2.18 horse, Edwin Forrest, a mile to wago weeks the „*5 2.151. Air. Bon ne ned Joe Kill d ns far back ot in 2.15), 18R2 drove u mile to road wagon in 2.20, supplementing this the making a record for two miles The great horse Harms improved in Mr. Bonner's hands from a record of 2.13) to e of 2.11). driven by "Johnny" M flrsl hone gether, year py of 6.10$. phy, and Edwin Forrest's record, 2.14, got as low as 2.11j| after Mr. Bonner had him a little while. Mr. Hi fned has giv up tho sof Min. s. and though li Fifty-sixth street h< ....... in the venr, lie spend- his happiest hours at the Tarrytown farm, watching nv exercising liis fleet pets. He thinks ing of getting up at ' iug to be at Tarrytow lccps in his West lev's ing .lb 5 ..clock in them. in good set .bscrving correspondent who has «Is of Katfirlaud, Africa, writes: "The Hassacatumas ore cleanly in their habits th: tribe I visited. They keep their huts iii good order, and their trips to the river for bathing purposes keen a pat la well trodden •ral'specimens of female ong this tribe, such as have d, ci A bet York three beauty often drive throw of i: nations, whose charms might rank with of old. Many fair y their arts «if coquetry, little graceful tossings of the head and sly glances of large black eyes !, n . almost hid by heavy eyelashes. In look .« ing nt tlie fine chiseled akin at the development of the entire form, ! perfect as nature could make it, .me al tlie ; most forgets the scuntiness of their attire. are : which consists of a girdle around the loins his profusely ornamented with heads; add to by (his long strings of shells, beads | worn around the neck first sed the «tv •!, .1 the downfall of hose of ('let.p; 1 ladies might • >, bi l forehead. thing Airs. was trip. York sks d -boulders. • 1 you have a full dress. lark, glossy, jet black; deep, i; teeth of matchless whiten» like pearls bet le as they greet country, 1 . makes it no safe ut osphere for tlie norves of a susceptible . Hair, a « liquid eyet thut peep( that ruby lips with tlie ■ phrase of thui da the I' for and his half the he to 2.11$ anu e to bis at A Hunsle the Phila. H« dug Telegraph. Highe«, who is in charge of lie Lake Erie A Western rail Portiuud, Ind., liî"^ the work on road grade a number of cattle near week. To ascertain tlie cause he proceeded up a he found a monster serpent that had f<» live of its coils about a small tree. Its the uir and a circle. Tbe portion of its body to lie least 25 feet in length, and from the relative size that w re than half its total stretch. The s of u dark brown color, with a , and tho upi»er part of the mouth was covered with a fringe of hair several inches in length. While the terri fied roudmaster was thinking how he could escape the serpent it took its coils from the tree, slid to the ground and glided up the gully. Higboe was almost paralyzed when he reached the place where his men were at work. He says he felt if his limbs were asleep and refused to do their duty. Farmers in the vicinity have been missing calves, bogs and sheep for the last six weeks, und it is the :k first air time ing. head was 12 feet i oving i and to iïï'ré body white thri to the the it not supposed that the serpent bas l ying them •ay. A party will fie organized which will endeavor to kill or capture the ser pent. Qui Mal Y l'on»«." Tlie Cape May correspondent of the New York World writes : Tragedy very «dose together "Hunt So a of a d comedy sometimes, and the •• - well which nearly ende«! tbe life of one person upset a group of a dozen merry bathers and tossed the ward tlie beach, ( »ne of the number, a "New Yorker, was thrown headlong into u bevy of girls, and be has u distinct impres shapely limb grazing liis waist just tlie breaker rolled over. That occurs scores of times daily, and the young fellow re cred himself and went on batbiiia. A hour later he coni politi done, is. sold oi *t a lady he knew, and the pair went up on the beach Suddenly his companion sturted, and muring some sort of an excuse, left him. The bather was very much disconcerted, and casting his eyes around to discover the cause, his gaze fell upon something dang ling from fiis belt. He grasped it, and w ustounded lo find in his bund a wide yel low garter of generous length, one of those sentimental seek-a-beuu girdles so popular a few month since, hearing the legend, "Hone on, hope ever." The New Yorker lias the clastic, and he says the mv it by culling at the Stock ton d proving property, although lie fears the inscription is not applicable in liis case quarter of Bach's his the Hig type Re of of * still the .«tie but und Sluvin anil Mitchell Fight. London, July 22.— There was a disgrace a boxing exhibition giv : in Liverpool litis evening. In the >f a match Frank fllavin. who rolled about scarcely able to stand, jest ingly said that Charley Mitchell could hit niiu in a hundred years. Mitchell, angered ut these words, knocked ,Sluvin about the stage and finally ove dience. During the erul times and Aliichcll conti mied striking mi while he was still rise, blood pouring from his nose •uth. When Hlaviii regained tlie stage tlie curtain wus lowered and the tight proceeded behind the scenes until with greut difficulty the ful sc the; little in hi his knees older trying • '.I were separated. Mary Ann'* Epitaph. I'r.. i. :..i, Ii'ic at j Re for join it Palace efforts only a "The following epitaph," says respondent, "copied from a tombstone in a graveyard in New England, is interesting example of the coarse flip pancy so often found in epitaphs in 'the good old days " Mary A_ With her head •ry nice for Mary 1 Ann, But rather tough on Abraham. cor li«» here at rast, Abraham's breast. Iti No cli for the Ktlltor. Atlanta Constitution. It is rumored that a /'confidence" attacked a Georgia editor iu New York. The editor is now sporting a silk beaver and $7. Caatoija BATHING IN THE BUFF, In the of the Pre-Adamite Habit* That Prevail East aud Mexico. London Truth. A gentleman, who knows eastorn Europe well, sends me a highly interesting account what he has seen iii that part, with the view of showing that a great deal too much indignation has been excited by Mr. Cal deron's supposed insult to St. Elizabeth. correspondent's view is that a few articles of clothing more orle&are consequence in the eyes of female modesty that part of the world, and that the pre Adamite sentiment may cusily have pre vailed in Medieval Hungary : "A few years ago, as in a carriage with post horses, I approached the River Buzco, saw a handsome open carriage coming from the town of the same name, which stands ubout half a mile from the stream. the box-seat were a coachman and n footman in smart liveries. In tlie riage was a young lady. When she rived at the stream she. standing in the carriage, undressed herself, and walked down naked into the water. 1. with my servants and two poetilions.nassedthrough the ford—there was no bridge then—within yards of her. There was no surprise. She must have hers, for 15 iii Of fill, than . was the his a him, wuy In her ball to of i ! carriugo, 20 minutes, before met. "Again, in the Hiver Dimbovitza, which runs through Bucharest, any hot summer evening, dozens of women and girls might those days—ami probably m bathing without any garments. luter times. On .September 13th, 1878, 1 crossed tlie Dunube from Giurgevo t we skirted shore we passed close to numbers of young girls bathing. I could toll many other incidents, but I think I have siiid show that c not obtain ably, at a i ing country, not prudish." On be "Toe r boat. As tho Roumanian Hutsch uk in a the bank ally standard of propriety did so late as 1878; nor did it, nrob inuch earlier date in the adjoiti ll tingariuns Eve And And Till well conceive that all this occurred the east, for in the w Adamite habits used The •st tlie same pre to prevail thirty ago. I remember then passing some i in a town situated in Mexico. All a river as people here And every o d children—to il vestige of clothing. It peculiar at first, but alter a few .lavs I became so accustomed to it that regarded it as the most ordinary of s, and frequently disported myself in the water with the mayor, the authorities, und their wives uud children. weeks the inhabitants used to go dow g to bathe, just the park for a drive. bathed—men, gether, without And And ck It A SEASIDE SENSATION. » the Surf to Clias Min. Raker Rush llsr Her Husl Another \V«»i But mil for Bathing with , N. J., July 22.—The fd of spectators gathered about Brad lev's bathing gn Fourth startled sh into tlie. .surf and co ing and beating a Ahritry P. the foot of *, this aft« i were •et dress a woman in full ch Er Is Ort . who tried to keep who w another wo bathing with him. Tho York city as Charles Baker of New assaulting hint eek ago Baker o Anbury Park with liis wife and at the Hotel 1 the w About three children u'nd took Third ave Yesterday morning Mr. Baker went in batiiingwiih a young ladv spending the er here. Mrs. Baker, who was .atchiug them, thought that their actions •per. She we .pealed to her lius v. Dr. Baker, who Is •t entirely pr i Grove uud a; father, the H >, bi I's Ot to bathe .1 told bis s jxcept his wife. The son promised to do better and ev thing was lovely. Yesterday afternoö Airs. Baker packed a valiee was going to New York on a »hupping trip. Instead of taking the trgin for No\V York she went to Ocean Grove and s Lust evening she saw •mule with d said she •ed over night, husband on . the pro •tber fair damsel on the buthiug on watching for Mr. Baker, entered the surf with girl numb for a while ,-ratb. This afte oon sho io o. Mrs. Baker looked « d then, unable to control her shcrl i the w* I' l tried to get at . Air. Baker stopped her,while bis companion hastily reach of Mrs. Baker, who vented her wrath on lier husband. Officer llulick went after her. t«K»k her «I brought her to the Brighton, while her hushund s enchantress irtisl home by two stalwart male ) tbe wate beyond of the water friends. Mr. and Mrs. Baker are still at Brighton. Both of them refused to be seen this ing. A CnRIuet Ouest ion. Washington Hun^ol. The KevstoiiSytank issued false stock and received debits after it knew itself to he solvent. The bank examiner failed of affairs,and when to report the true the crash ct jured. Air. Wanamakér, postmaster general of the United Stales, withdrew his deposits before the crash, and after the crash is found in possession of a large of the fraudulent stock. The bunk examiner being Mr. Wunumaker's friend the inference is that ho informed his patron of the danger ahead and thereby cnublcd him to withdraw his deposits while others were allowed to rush o warned to destruction. As to the fraudu lent stock, Air. Wananiaker himself s that, lie kne bunk collapsed and threatened it if a settlement w . pet tom it w fraudulent before the it made with him. inference, is g of tlie violation a concealing that personal duct is Here, thi'n, by confessio a cabinet ofiic of a Federul statute knowledge to subserve liis own gain. The investigation of suche a cabinet question. AT RANI —Wen do not risk their lives as often ? they do their hearts on yachts. m. IN TIGHT QUARTERS. 'Twas only a quarter that he could find, Nor anot her cent did his searching glean: He had taken liis girl in for crcuin, just mind. When tlie plates, he discovered were straight fifteen. #*tr —The lashing of the waves Is proba bly tho work of the white caps.— Baltimore American. —There is nothing much cult to tho obese than the act of obeisance. —Boston Courier. diffl —At this season of the year the fresco painter is apt to get up on his high horse .—New Orleans Picayune. —The farmer doesn't reach "tho end of liis row" when he goes into a politi cal convention .—Coluinbue Post. —It Is a mistake about it being un healthy to sleep in feathers. Look at the spring chicken, and he is .—Richmond Recorder. how tough —"Why do you refuse to associate with ?" "Because you are a puppy, and I do not de-sirc to have my good manners cur-rupted ."—Boston Gazette. —The young husband with an exalted idea of parental authority gets his first ru«le awakening when he finds he has to mind the baby .—Elmira Gazette. —A house dealing in ladies' garments has this announcement: "Fearful cut; soring garments half price." Well, if the garments are fearfully cut half price is enough .—Loxcell Courier. THE TENNIS With a ribboned tenniR bat And a Tam o'Shanter liât, In a stunning gown of yellow und a polka dotted saoque She looks striking; but I know, For a oertain fact, although Her frock's so bright, her stockings entirely black ! —New York Herald. In Mr. Labouclirn'ii Oplnl Countesr of Castlgllonn. Mr. G. A. Hala questions the dictum of Truth that the Countess Cftstiglione the loveliest woman of the century, and intstothe Empress Josephine, Louis«, of Prussia; Pauline Borghese, Alme, ecamier, the Countess of Jersey, Miss Foote, Mine. Vestris, Mrs. Rousbv, Mrs. Langtry, Miss Msry Anderson, the Duchess of Hutlierlami (tlie mother of the present duke), Airs. Norton and Giulia Grisi as her Josephine •led She Was the iii grace beautiful. rivals. Tho Enq fill, but never regar Louisa, Queen of Prussia, than pretty, to judge by her portraits. A good many of the other ladies I have gazed on, but not one of them could oora . with the Countess Costiglione. She was (or rather she is, for she is still alive), the daughter of the Afarquis Oldoini und his wife, nee Lamporechi. When Id she married Count Castiglione. a Piedmontese, a very dressy gentleman, for I remember driving one night from Piza to Spezia with him, aud we stopped three times wuy for him to cliungu his raiment. The countess was always somewhat odd In her mode of life. At Turin she seldom out, but she used to lie her bare feet ccivcd her friends. At P Napoleon was supposed to be her s' occasion she went to a fancy dress ball with almost as little clothing Elizabeth of Hungary Aluny protested, on them, she appeared attired some tableaux'at which she had promised to take part. The lady was quite conscious of her beauty, but she fancied that she 3 clever than beautiful, and QOl i the a Sofa with a cushion, when sho , the Em On St. at the altar, which, to punish in even aspired to play u political part, writing many letters thut her fingers ally inky. nu I FOR A DISCOURAGED FARMER. James Whitcomb Riley. immer winds is sniffin' round the bloomin' locus' trees, And the clover in the pastur' is a big day for tlie bees, And they been a-swingin' honey above board Till they stutter in stugger as they fly. The the sly, I their buzzin' and in, but the 'da of the wet spell is all They'« been a heap o' out to-day And the clou cleared away, And (tie woods is all the greener and the Krass is ay rain ugu hink it will. •euer still; •inorry, but I don't It Home says tliu crops is ruined, and the s drowned out, And prophu-.sy the wheat will bo a failure, without doubt; But the kind Providence thut bus ne.ver failed Will be oi . I hot*! e at tho'lcventh c't ho lie •allow lark complain Does the iigh and dry I» waves of the wind and the Through th blue of tlie sky ? Does the quail set up and whistle in a dis appointed way, Er hang his head in silence and sorrow all the day? Is the chipmunk's heultli a failure? Docs he walk or does he run ? Don't the buzzards oozo around up there, just like they've alius done? anything the matter with the ter's lungs or v Ort a mortal lx* complainin' when dumb animals rej Then lei us, on in Is e and all, be contented with The June is here this morning heurts with the glory of and sUition, with Providence to make id the : "'"s mfV"'' Oh, let tbe dav And bullish ev'ry doubt • I Whatever be • fur guide. Such line cii satisfied; istulicca For the world is full of roses and the ros full of dew. And the dew is full of heavenly li drips fo that io ! and you. THE OLD APPLE TREE. II. Coyle. at her her the Here's the old apple hootl I sported, -• ho ee, where in boy light as the bios aiden Where my old by the parson ladies was courted, In lier prim cap id gown such then wore. On this rude oaken bench, 'neath bending houghs seated, wild bee w fl humming its elders ! cakes song in the There we children oft-times by ated To share witii their gossip, and weak tea. Look ! here o the names of the mAny now sleeping, (if dear parents and kindred long gone to the tomb; The old apple tree like a true friend is The old oak bench they sat beauty and bloom. his the his with In the glad days of spring, when the spirit When the old apple tree looks a bri«l«*, I could dreatn that I heard every the voie Of the friends who sat here by my sido. del y carved name has a story to lover's knot, I remember the day when my first gay of the him. is that is the bench Every it well; It grief befell The «lay of my parting from Isabel. vect Oh ! the old apple tree, where in boyhood I sport«-«!, And the rude oaken bench, they in their place; still just were But the de household faces whose wel courted. Thev have vunished and left the race. the last ■ Vick's Magazine. fill E FOOL'S PR All K. It. The Royal feast was done; the King Sought some new sport to banish ~ And to his jester cried : "Sir Fool, Kneel down and roukc for us a prayer." The jester doffed his cap and bells, And stood the mocking court before; They could n«it see the bitter smile Behind the painted grin he diffl fresco high He bowed his head and bent hiR knee Upon tlie monarch's silken stool : His pleading voie Be merciful : " Oh Lord . a fool !" end politi "No pity, Iiord, could change the heart From red with wrong to white The rod must heal the sin; but, Lord, Be merciful to "Tis not by guilt the onward sweep Of truth und right, O Lord, we stay ; ' Tis by our follies that so long We hold tbe earth from Heaven away. "Theseclumsy feet, still in the mire, Go eruRhiug blossoms without end ; These hard, well-meaning hands, we thrust Among the heart-strings of a friend. might have kept— Who knows how sharp it pierced and stung? The word we had not sense to say— Who knows how grandly it had rung? 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