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New York Times, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1897, New York, New York the News That's Fit to THE The for In thin cUj orc with 1597, BY THE NEW YORK TIMES COMPANY VOL. NEW AUGUST 26, 1897.-TEN PRICE THREE THE NEWS Stock market under Cash cash S 1-10. peace Greece and Turkey Is now before Ihe inets of having passed out of the hands of the Ambassadors In France nnd Russia are disposed to Lord Salisbury's content on Germany and President KrUgor etie Transvaal has declared that the suzerainty of Great Britain over to Count formerly Japan's Foreign is M. attended a review with tho Czar .it the Selo camp the Czar gnvn a banquet to tho President and of the French IP the go 1. President Woolworth of Omaha addressed the Association at Its reunion In Cleveland yesterday }t was reported lost night that a child hud been kidnapped by a gypsy In Capt. President of Uruguay was shot nnd killed was leaving the cathedral In Montevideo yesterday on tho anniversary of proclamation of the republic's in- dependence f situation on the Afghan frontier of Is growing worse according lo the latest dispatches from enemy Is holding tho out one fort at the extreme Ing In possession of the Richmond L. I has a law for Im- pounding but no law In lar for them Joseph Parker's put In on antl Parker broko Into tJio pound uml got him He Is lo be tried for stealing his own Chief Conlin retired by the Police Board al his own and Acting John was appointed In bis The question waj raised a civil service i- is and Ihe Corporation Counsel was asked to give opinion In thf which will the point whether McCullagh Is Chief or only Ing 2. Republican State Conventions will be hold to-day at and Ocean In Pennsylvania tho prospect Is In Maryland there Is promise of .i bitter Dr Peter A. E. Dot of who was under bail on a charge of his failed to appear In court ly antl his bond was Is on the way to the PRESIDENT BORDA KILLED The Chief Executive of Uruguay Assassinated on the THIRD ATTEMPT SUCCESSFUL The first game scheduled at the Polo Grounds yesterday between tho New Yorks and tho Clevelands was abandoned on account of rain In tho second game the New Yorks shut tho Clevelands At Park the won their fourth victory over the burgs tho Futurity race criticised Starler for Bending the away at Ihe break without the M. V. a fair It was learned Hint victory was ns of a surprise lo ner owners as to the ami that they would have hor Iho but for Trainer The Right Rev. John J. D. Blahop of arrived from Ireland tn attend the wedding of a niece In Straus h is established a now milk depot close to the new which the Dock Hoaid excluded his antl will begin to dis- tribute milk to the poor Mary the well-known expired at her at Mott Avenue and One Hundred and 3trcot. yesterday of heart She was about years of The of the Grand Army of tho Republic place President with Gov. Black and Commander In roJe at the right of the were moro than veterans In lino was the wore orate and appropriate I'll HP 10. The market was but advances In prices were before tho sors HI as a from persons of large M. lias returned to the Ho there Is a revival of business the but Rtr Acting Police Chief savs that eloK catchers must not chase on antl that dogs aro .is lo on as human Commander and Mrs Frederick de Latour of the Salvation Army re- turned from Ho said wors filled with enthusiasm for the work Col J of City from the War Department that n mill been awarded him for at thu battle of Ch u- By tho of a safety gate a Police van was caught on an Erie road track train was backing The wagon was partly Tho lawyers aro not ready yt I to talk of what they Intend to do toward ng the persons alleged to beon conspiring with In her claim that she was Jay Gould's for the work which will be for the trolley cars In crossing the bridge were awarded President believes that tho trolleys will be running to and from this city by Jan 1. Dr Eugene A. a veterinary attempted suicide In a cell In the Thirtieth Street Police Station by arteries In both arms and la ex- to He had been arrested for annoying his Visiting merchants are still arriving In large numbers to enjoy the ad vantages of New President Is making further to got reduced railroad rales Southern and merchants who to come in The Crime Committed as the dent Was Leaving the Where a Te Deum Had Been Assassin the tional fete which was held here to-day President J. was shot and killed by an The assassination of the President curred Just as he was leaving the whore a Te Deum had been The assassin Is a youth named Ho wus President tiled almost Immediately after he was Senor President of the has assumed the Presidency of the lic ad J. Borda was elected dent of Uruguay for the term extending from 1HM, to The Kte at ho nas assassinated was being held In celebration of I he Independence of which was proclaimed on Aug. 25. President Borda was about fifty years of He was a married man and had u. family and also a who Is an in the Uruguayan Prior to his tion he had not been prominently with public nor had he held many Im- portant At Ihe time of Borda's election he belonged to the and was elected by a very narrow The It was were sadly disappointed at Ihe but order and quiet was The leading papers of Uruguay deplored tho election of Borda and declared that It marked a reaction In the country's Later President Dorda Issued a tion to the effect that his administration would conduct the business of the State In tho Interest of the whole nation and that ho would Invite tho assistance of all political parties tc that This mation made a very favorable An to the President was made on April when accompanied by his Lieut. Col. lie had been horseback Just as he dismounted in front of the Government a youth approached him anil drew a Before the trigger could be pulled Lieut. Col. rene struck up the arm of the would-be and the ball passed over the dent's Another attempt was made to him on May 110, when he received a bomb sent to him from La It was In a box and so arranged that It would explode when the was For- suspicion was and the box was turned over to the police and de- Aug. tion of President Borda of Uruguay was not altogether a lo officials here who have watched the recent out- breaks In This was the third attempt on the President's the first being made by a crazy student named After u the United States Minister made a on President to convoy the congratulations ol President on Ihe Tho last mull advices received showed that the revolution had broken out Tin peace delegates from the Insurgents having given up the hope of securing peace withdrawn to the Argentine Ihe last Issue of The Montevideo Times received states that the President re- mained away from the State m dent fear of his At tho same time a Colorado or Junta of those seeking to overthrow the Government had established active operations at tho capital The of tho President doubtless will bring tho country to a revolutionary which has been long Impending The far had been confined to tho country several extensive engagements had been the ment forces securing the There Is no Uruguayan representative In GIRL REPORTED The Police Said to be Looking for a Gyp By and u Capt. of tho West seventh Street Station looking last night for a gypsy and a stolen A little was reported missing from his and he was told that she had been kidnapped by a Tho Captain would not give any tion about tho or say whether he had found a CONWAY KIDNAPPING Albert Given the the Slip In from Aug. 25.-AIbcrt the New York lawyer who la wanted at Albany for complicity In the kidnapping of Johnny was In phia last but he gave the detective department the slip and has not yot been Chief of Detectives Miller said this Ing that he received a telegram last from Mayoi ot Albany saying that Warner hud been stopping at a Ing house on North Thirteenth Street He was not there when the detectives called Later In the day Chief Miller held the be- lief Warner had escaped from the The Chief is considerably vexed that the Albany solice authorities did not with him The first Intimation that Warner was supposed by the Albany Police Department to be In Philadelphia was given to the Chief late lust night by a newspaper who had received a query from The at once communicated by telephone with the Albany Chief of and the latter admitted that It nn oversight that the authorities of Philadelphia had not been earlier BAR ASSOCIATION MEETS President Woolworth of Omaha Addresses the Members Gathered in A SUMMARY OF LEGISLATION WARNER'S SAFE OPENED Indicted by the Grand on a. Charge ot Central detectives yesterday had the safe of Albert S. tho lawyer for whom they are looking In the opened by me company that made the safe and sold It to He had paid only on and so the company reclaimed It from Warner's former at The safe was at 72 Duane Warner had not taken the trouble to alter the combination after getting it and only a minute was required to get at the Besides the papers In n number of law eases there were several packages of letters and photographs of All tho contents were carried to Headquarters and Capt O'Brien took charge of Warner was Indicted by the Grand Jury yesterday on the charge of the complainant being Bernard F. a manufacturer of West Third Meyers is said to have engaged In a flirtation about four weeks ago with Alice who was known ns Warner's Warner visited him In a few according to agreed for to stop proceedings against him for alienating wife's A check for was given him by but payment was si Warner arrested at the and got out on The Political Evils of the Day De- and a Remedy Suggested in Education Other Addresses and an Aug. The lean Bar Association was called to order at Association Hall this morning with nearly delegates in President J. M. Woolworth of Omaha delivered an adj In which he congratulated the on celebrating the twentieth year or Its and told how the had grown so that Its influence la now strong In movements In behalf of legal uniformity of expansion of Federal the enlargements of the sphere of International and other efforts to Increase the usefulness and of the profession and assist the of President Woolworth paid a tribute to the late John Randolf who was dent of the association In and who died since the last to Thomas M. who was in President Woolworth suggested that some expression should be made of the respect In which he Is held by the bers of tho Recently BRITISH LOSING IN INDIA Late Dispatches Say the Situation on the Afghan Frontier Is Growing ENEMY HOLDING KHYBER PASS LOST WITH TWENTY-ONE BO R HO Illn Death n Good for In Some Aug. dispatch to The Morning Post from Buenos res that while the of President Borda Is universally his removal from tho sphere of Is regarded as a good thing for He has all along been of keeping the revolution alive for his own and he was connected with a firm provided military als the whereby he s d a at Hotels anel Out-of-Town Marino The United S. Business 7. New Corporations 7. Losses by Legal 10. Amusements Page Real Pago 8. 3. THE N. Aug. 25.-Burg- lars last night entered the home of Mary S. on Academy 3treet, In this after ransacking U from top to carried away a large quantity of Mrs. Swift at and the house riaa been unoccupied for several The contents of bureau costly and scattered about by the and of the articles of silver and combined were destroyed by Thy police here were Informed this ing that Edward Brown and Jamos Ryan were under arrest In New York with silver presumed to have been In their Warrants were Issued for them night and will go after Them They are believed to belong to an organized gang of Two neatly tried yesterday to pawn a lot of silverware which they carried In a Jn a shop at Tenth Three detectives of the Weat Street Station saw and arrested They gave tho names of Edward thirty-two years old and Thomas thirty-four yeara and said teat they had no In Court they were remanded lo tho de- time to Hnd out something about On lock plato of the satchel was en- B. D. N. PFAFF ALIMONY SUIT In that South No Aug. Putnam of the United States Circuit Court has dismissed tho suit of Christine vs. H. J. the on the ground that the decree of the South Dakota court on which the suit Is The alimony sued for will not be The plaintiff In obtained a decree for divorce against the defendant In Ihe cuit Court of South No alimony was granted In connection with the In the on this married In March the plaintiff prayed that the decree entered might be The decree was nnd without notice to the defendant the prayer of the plaintiff for alimony was and the court allowed her for her support and The suit was brought to recover this The defendant was never a dent of South the court of that Stale never obtained Jurisdiction over He never appeared In the divorce or ever waived lack of jurisdiction ex- cept by lus subsequent which was long prior to the proceedings of 18JMJ. The Court The defendant did not by his marriage enter an In the courts of South Dakota or It tion over and all Us decrees affecting his pecuniary Interests were as much out Jurisdiction against him personally as have been Its prior VILLAGE BY Newark the Torch to Protect Her N. Aug. 25.-The village of In the owned by this has heen destroyed by The torch was applied by a gang of men under the direction of Engineer rard of the Board of The work was begun and this morning It wug Nearly two- score houses In all wero It was dono lo prevent further vitiation of ark's water Dr. Called to Aug. Michigan Avenue and Twenty-sixth has decided to call tho Rev. T. De Wilt Talmage to till the pulpit made temporarily vacant by the Illness of Dr. Frank W. The Board of Trustees decided a few days ago to grant a vacation to Dr until Dr. will be communicated with at York Man N. Aug. 23.-Antonla sixty-seven years of ond New visited John Zeller of this mace and they went bing In while for fell In and was The body was GEORGIA LEGISLATOR Dead by John Three from Aug. representative in the State lature from Butlor was shot and Instantly killed throe miles from ville this afternoon at 5 o'clock by John No cause for the crime Is It Is supposed to have been a private grudge between the The murder was coolly planned nnd carried out with pre- armed himself with a double-barreled shotgun and stationed self on the roadside waiting for Lloyd to come AF scon as Lloyd got within range ho emptied both were full of Into his Death was in- I The murderer As soon ns news of tho j tragedy reached town the whole took up arms and started In pursuit of Lloyel Is better known as Rufus the nom de plume under which he has ton and lectured on country with much KILLED BY A FOLDING Dentil of a. Sporting In Aug. tho well-known sporting was killed day by Ihe collapse of a folding His death occurred at Cottage Grovo Avenue this He hnd en- tered the apartment and seated himself on tho edgo of tlie when It unexpectedly neck was sons In the place rushed to his but they were too INTO A BOILING Nearly a Fatal Accident In the Par It. LAKE YELLOWSTONE Aug. E. a fell backward to-day Into one of the bottomless boiling He struck upon a ledge under five feet of water and was rapidly slipping off Its cone to certain death when he grasped a polo overhanging the of the pool and by the assistance of those near by was He was badly Post Surgeon frey dressed his which are not be- to be FRANK HOUSE It May De lined an NOT? Ex- N. Aug. being postponed thirteen Sheriff's sale of tho residence of former Flunk Magowan was made Tt was bid In to Capt. W. D. Capt. posed to represent a computed of Senator W. H. and Col. A. L. It is rumored tho house will be purch ised by the One story Is It will be used as the tive and another that It will be used as a dormitory for the Slate is Tho price at which it was sold to-day was President Woolworth then gave a long simmary of the statutes enacted at thei last session of Congress and of the of tho different which he classified under the heads of Congressional stock building and loan mutual benefit patriotic surety of liquor the United States flag purity of tho Torrons land title and ity of the After summarizing these dent Woolworth Our country is approaching an ing I do not wish to ate Its It Is Impossible to timate It. But a fair anel true estimate of It and of Its Issue will assist in conducting to their In the course of our one question another has each In Its lurn seeming to Involve the integrity of the whole but the country has always come out of the and without suffering when crisis been most anel Ihe ular and have been aroused and to a groat height of the and strain and hazard have leaving fl. renewed vigor and a replenished and times regenerate Our various ex- have Issued so that there has come to bo among the people a con- of and a In a Providence which has u.s In a gracious safe when at tho period wo huve wo lake a. look back over tho course traveled since the days of the founders of the these crises and their issues disturbances and and agonies of conflict lose of their several consequence and and Into the order of a consistent and Against Institutions Justified by tho self- evident truths of the Declaration and a cial order whose development has ed on other forces arc being act in who have given energy and direction to these alien and hostile forces and seek to drive them further and think they discover In modern Industrial society and In the antl tion of Us fundamental principle evils that greatly transcend all that man has To them the rivalries and competitions of life are virulent they make the strong drunk with pitiless and snatch from the however Iho rewards of agony of 11 cannot be denied that In the end Iho equalities of rights and opportunity work out In some Instances widest ties and tho rankest nnd good men nre sick at the sight of Great accumulations of wealth In the hands of and equal accumulations of and and moral upon the hoads of others go hantl In Ono seems lo correspond with tlie In a measure they arc re- lated Some assume that one Is tlv cause of the they hay that there is a law which the laborer to capital moro firmly than the wedges of Vulcan did metheus to the This exaggerates tho relations of one to the One is tainly not the only cause of the But II cannot bo denied that great tions of In the hands of a few go along with the process by which the poor aro crowded down In deeper depths of more and moro the multitude on tho brink is precipitated Into the abyss of hopeless misery their places aro In turn filled by the who beg for and not for Heport that Expected to Sack Banu During the Ameer Holds a Convention of Chiefs and Pledges self to Aug. 25. P. M latest dispatches received from tho front Indicate that the situation on the frontier is getting It Is evident that the must face a grave Involving heavy expenditure and probably loss of The Government Is confronted with tho following state of Khj her Pass has fallen Into Iho hands of Iho the posts In Kurram Valley are threatened by the powerful tribe of the the Mohmand tribesmen are meditating a re- of around Fort while thousands of troops ate engaged in crushing the revolt In the Swat and two large brigades are holding the whore the are again The authorities nre convinced that Fort only have fallen after perate as the native garrison of Khyber grand was made up of mon rendered valuable assistance In the Black Mountain expedition of 1H.HN The fall of tho lort is a very serious for It Isolates Fort which la at tho extreme end of Khyber by Khyber and tates tho prompt reconquest of the This Is certain to prove a most ble of which the British troops had a foretastes on when a body of and Infantry left Fort south of In order to re- pel the who were then advancing down the Bazal The troops returned early yesterday morning and reported that many of the men had dropped out from want of none being procurable along the while the although shelled by tho maintained their sition on the tho loyal village of lam and the British Fort at tho mouth of the Fort Jami ud IH held by a. strong forco of British and native and Iho British front extends about miles from along the north side of the bul Hiver and southward til where the troops are as the bast of a demonstration who occupy the region south of tho but not yot assumed the fiu proportions of their northern Theio Is an of small which Is proving near it is expected that both tribes will try to close tho Kohat bers of tribesmen are moving up toward Khyber from Kohat antl that ing the the pretext for The wildest prevails among the Hindu traders at Oil the It la that In- tend to swoop down there tack the and massacre tho The Mullah and his especially those from Afghan Governor of actively Stirling up who arc also affected by tho disloyal attitude of tho tribes and emboldened by the knowledge the garrison at Banu Is very Thoro Is ono ground for satisfaction in tho fact that except In a few Instances tho levies remain loyal In ihe face of to join their as was conspicuously the case at Fort Somewhat more hopeful Intelligence from the Swat whore tho have opened up pence The expect Hint this will havr spread especially If It Is followed by submission It appears that tho wals have suffered far heavier lossos during the recent lighting than HAS been Tho British at capital of reports that tho Ameer held a durbar of on Aug. 17 and road the protest of Lord tho In- dian against the complicity of ghan subjects In the outbreaks of tho In- ellan tribes on tho and then read nisi own reply to following this with a solemn attested by an that lie would always maintain friendly re- lations with tho British Steamer 111 the Aug. special dispatch from Shanghai says that the steamer bound from or Areca in the Strait of off the west coast of Malay for foundered In a Of tho members of tho twenty one were the vessel committed by shooting himself with a The cloven survivors experienced I In- most suffering from exposure In open boats fcr five undor rays of a tropical and with no ARSON DUE TO Rejoinder of a corn In Hotel Mini In u for TALLULAH G.I. Aug. hull for boon Hied develops a unique Mrs. and hor daughter of been spending the hero and In the burning of tno Ion property to 1 They tlie who thereupon filed nn answer allowing that at an ing sociable tho young woman was hypno- tized and playfully commanded to lire the Whin nho to her room It Is claimed that she literally obeyed tho hj Injunction robbed herself of the right to CHIEF CONLIN IS RETIRED Police Board Appoints Acting In- spector McCullagh to Succeed QUESTION AS TO HIS POSITION A RARE Recovering from Fracture of a SAX Aug. vory cate and extremely rare surgical hns been performed successfully at Flinch Hospital in this city upon a young German His life has been and he Is on tho speedy to In the latter part of ho a compound fracture of tho third an nearly which prevented the moving ol bond In any On Aug. 11 ho brought to the and the arch of the vertebra and a portion of the second bni Ho on an inclined Tho of his body acts as a counter extension to the weight applied to an extension ratus which attached to tho and be is virtually suspended by the nock until lie shall be restored to ABDUCTED HIS OWN 1'nrkc-r Solved nn Intricate Point of Hill RICHMOND L. Aug. 1M-Jo- seph Parker has been and row be tried here for stealing his own The was found nt large Insl and put In the pound Then ic was discovered the la qo ordinances ide for tho of a they contain no provision for re- and Parker told thai he must wait mull the board would met t and try to home legal od of extricating his steed from Tho did not understand In of village became and and tried to become ills oun yer by kicking tho fence down On Sunday Improvised a of habeas corpus with an pound nnd look Ills haw home catcher who hud tno dim for Parker no did a public by Hie village how to Irt go of It did not and of he did not interest him or the the welfare of the latter was a matter of deep and personal to them Corporation Counsel Asked to Decida He Is Now Chief or Must an Examination Deputy Chief Passed Pi lor f p< rson In the e morning and pn M nti il a written application tn bo retired The gr: tho plication .it i and n tired him on a sion of a. Acting Inspector John igh appointed to succeed Chief but u i r chli f or Ing Thief of Police Is to be the matter boo i to ration for IH of riili f and ths appointment of igh iiol imly the rs of police but nNo the The now head i t forte is a an In s. Ho the Platt in i His If 11 be i In the Hi Is i to t with the of 1'oln nn 1 ild mav lie Inoki d for f d IH fore af er 11 loi U and mil his ns follows Mi Pn rii and Con- After In tho dining line 1 li ivu n fi urn the to top of the dir 1 u my In to -i to to bo placid on the n tired IKi Hi v iio il It to tho Chief Preside rt Moss d I ho Chief 10 a and Audit ws rk to ill the loll upon Chii fv in. Tile vole was unanimous to It Peter Conlin d to be Chli f of JOl I III BABYLON SEEKS A LEAN LEVIES CANARY BIRD TO Aug. canary bird which has attempted suicide Is own by Miss L. E. Volk of Madison Members of tho family are convinced that the creature really wants to end Its life because of old ago and as the bird Is Is nearly eighteen yearn Recently It lost tho sight of one and the other Is almost Tuesday the canary tried to between tho bars of Its cage twice within an and yesterday morning it again repeated Its suicidal but was prevented from ending Its Antitoxin In Aug. A. B. of Lebanon hcs tried the anti- toxin of lockjaw upon u boy named of Lebanon The boy's foot was badly Injured some time ago In a Dr. Gloninger sent to the Pasteur New for the antitoxin and Inoculated the The boy Is for Political The speaker quoted from Prof. Henry and Karl and ed as a remedy the teaching ol political educating citizens In their rights and duties by Improving anil defining tlie Jury system and making the service Inter- esting to jurors and Inducing all classes to participate In public President Woolworth Introduced Judge Samuel F. Hunt of the sentative of the State Bar The salient feature of his address was that the legislative bodies are occupied rather with the refinements of civilization than with the fundamental questions of la need of the good nnd strong and stalwart in every part of the land to pre- the established principles of our tional life nnd to maintain unsullied our National Tho people must look largely to the lawyers of America for the enthronement of the Virgil P. Kline wes expected to deliver the address of welcome on behalf of but failed to anel James H. Hoyt took his electing sixty-nine applicants to membership the association adjourned and spent the afternoon enjoying a lake sion under the guidance of the local Officers for the association for the ing year will be nominated nnd elected on Friday Among those whose names are mentioned for President are Judge uel F. Hunt of Judge Robert S. Tavlor of Fort Ind and Judge William Howe of New The report of the Committee on prudence and Law Reform and of the Committee on International Raw were pre- nt the evening session of the for IIic of Fort Aug. is officially announced to-day that Fort In the Khyber was evacuated after eleven of the composed of Khyber Rifles tive hud No news been received of the of the and there Is no confirmation of the that the have massacred of this was afterward burned by the Fort which has been occupied by the la only a tower and of not much A force of has advanced to twelve miles from Fort is southeast of Gen attempt to cut off the retreat of the A CONSTABLE'S OYSTER L. Aug. 23.-A rather complicated transaction Involving a hypo- thetical mortgage of and a horse appraised at caused the ar- rest here yesterday of Raymond of this made an elaborate trade for liberty with Robert Mills of who had sold him the horse on the supposed curity of the The terms Included the payment of costs and the painting of a buggy for Mills free of Remsen was taken by a constable to to see a friend named who was to nish the While the constable waited went Into White's In half an hour a woman strolled to the and after some general Inquired casually If the constable was Ing for Being told that he had a rather particular engagement with Mr. she said that she had seen that citizen going through the woods In the rear about twenty minutes Tho constable Is short the body of one and Mr. buggy will ably remain if Remsen IB the only dependence tor tho performance of the CONDUCT The Khyber Hereafter Will He Kept Open by Aug. Important news that the Ameer has sworn fidelity to Great Britain und read the dispatches which have passed between Cabul and Simla at an open public durbar has a reassuring effect both In India and here as tending to remove any doubt as to his Inquiries at the India Office late last night elicited the Information that the question of sending troops from England remains ns It la believed that tho forces on the frontier will prove sufficient to conduct the operations Advices from Simla show that a further concentration of movements haa been The troops are being brought down from the hill cantonments and at points along the railways The Standard this morning takes tho Government to task for having left Pass without British ft Tho whole scheme of protecting the pass has collapsed like a house of cards AB I he pass has been kept for teen years by local it Is late to complain of the The must now be called to account for cloning It No doubt the subsidy hitherto paid them will be after a severe hns bcon und the border land nnd the pass will be absorbed and by The Afridi country Is becoming practically British GUNBOATS GO UP THE A Danh for May lie Made by the Aug. Is reported hero that four belonging to the Anglo- Egyptian for tho reconquest of the have a ready passed the Fourth Cataract of the beyond and that the passage was much easily than had been One of them has reached Abu now the extremo southern point of the British advance thought quite possible lhat will be made for beyond the Fifth Photographs of Children beat the per L. Aug. solitary reign of Fatty the police force of tills village lias boon The In of u followed the principle of Julius who wanted about him men thai were who sloop o' and Mr. was ono continued As a policeman ho trolled placidly at us man he always found and reported himself on post and to .is ho could cordially compliment for line and to of mind in- creased the girth of Police Forco until tils cost him Id- grow out ol faster than a and MH demands for camu steadily Worse the President that Hie sidewalks must be kept of drunken and It found the police force was ho a forty feet or and then sat on tho curbing to tho er would decline to for the return oT his The men with tho loads of liter could for ing after their convolutions of gait would exhaust and It was found that when tho chase about would to answer his and would he pounding making the to tlie unseemly merriment of the police force has best tation he could of a man but lias caught nobody antl lean earth to no Babylon li now at ing a long man who 0.111 Too much hns been the ruin of ty TITO Women a L Aug. fair and festival of St. Roman Church hero was with tho rolling of Mrs. Stalz In a barrow around tho by Agnos Tho was one of tho prizes voted for during the fair and Mrs. antl Ihe leading had that winner should wheel tho The was In fulfillment of this Ax brass band preceded and a und admiring crowd followed the barrow In which Mrs. Stulz decorously sat on a THE Mr. Ing Hint lio had IK i n In a and f at trying p< Nj oilier f bad hail sue h a At time ho plat id In oh fori o great public and ho had to build up Iho ili pi staff uf nn .Mr s foil .is f tho of tho had Iv In it i li in ho hnd In i n faithful ana r i .i futon ID i done in lLo ili i- if nho e hh r of i wish in in. In v nrk in ami I shall tutie pit j in u li .IM onto a v n r I think I 1111 In lint J lunge i nf KI nn with iii i MOIM i i of and ol iln I 1 lln lls not 1 y Inn sou to tlu and how mi 1 i of i on hi pt out most muni In I trust tin y will j rv rv sue 01 ss ID Col Smith but with Mr. is ih In hi It i boa id was about to adjoin n ai r nt 1'ndi i- It to On f lining n u- lit i n n tin wo M in- hods Tor f until i is 111 ide rs t tho that It thai the rim f of tin i mil now f i nv lo ail 01 v the re is in tin i of a a i i Iho r lo appointment Iroin Chli f. In JM and Capt iltis I iw u is n and Amines i h and di hid make a 111 u n s j. It e I Mr dlil not with tills He not at t but Y l thai nil in v nf tho and all divisions tillis to merit anil lit in 10 hi ns fn IK abli hv i n i- tai is 1 bo t Pn nt Moss said that in that did not want to not and t' d taken The local nay be found at Ote lop of page the right of the ItUt The slorm to tho north of lias Increased In a pressure of reported from and a west wind of thirty-eight miles an hour from Swift Northwest In Iho rear of Ihla storm have caused u groat fall In 40 being 10- from Swift and degrees from The lias in middle and northern baa In Nt w und Ins re- mained stationary Fair may be In all dis- und showers In the Upper uml Mid- dle and Upper Missouri The record of for tho four hours ended nt tukon from THE NEW YORK tin und from tho thermometer of In us Hurt 1MI7. 3 A. V A. A. 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