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FOUNDED BY HORACE GREELEY
TUESDAY, MAY 2, 18*3.
THE NEWS THIS MOENINO.
Fofi-rn.-M cv Da*, pg sat tl crT qaietly in Europe;
tlie only -ri""- iintiii?_- wu- in Marw-illrs; then*
were slialit ili-tiiiliniir-.'s in i'aris ant. Berlin; in
Vi'-tm.i tlii* xvoikitn-iin-ti held tifty-siv meetings.
The union dock lulim, r* in I/mdoa will
um strike: 10,0011 mill hands in Dundee went
.mt un sirik<-. rs : Tba " Berliner Tageblatt" gay*
tt majority lias bepB secured U-r the Anny bill.
The greal Kahenhaeh r-ataer in eolfee lian
tollup>al. Mt. Edmund .'alee writes ol Ibe
Wnrl.l ,.l l..)i.loll.
Donwetio.--The Worlds Columbian Exposition
was foi um 11 v upi'iii-il in t'liicii'ro in the pri-s't. ol
in..i.Dur pc ,p'.. 'j'lvi'iitv-twi thousand coal
inim r- in Ohio weal on r-trike: work is r-aspenuesJ
in evi-iv ImBortaat miae In Ihe State. . Maa*.
Western rirerg aro ri-itn.' rapidty : mueh damage
wa* ti-iiie in vnrion* |i!:icits. - . 'j he funeral ol
lienerul .lolm M. Cone t.?<>k plaee In Boston
Citjaad Snl.tirl.;iii ? Francis II. Weeks, luin.i-rly
of Ihe law linn ol !>?? Tc st A Weeks, bul u.i
severnl v.*ir* Int*?rested in basilicas ventures in
Wlaeoaaia, made aa sasiBnmenl la Rlelmrd W. ll,
Welling. -1.? Mayor Uilro*. Blleu" liit.-.-ri .itv
oflices, Joaeph J. O'DoBohue teadiag Hie lust a*
CHy i bamberlalB, - Two eas.--; of typhus
fever were disc.vend OB board the White Star
steamship Xotaadie after she reaehed her pier;
the VCarisl <iuiir.iiitiii.il lor vi^ht ilaye. =- Tin'
tiiants defeated Ihe Baltimore team at the Polo
tirouml-*. :_?Ai OfHrets of the war-liips in tin*
har'>or wore entertslned at a teeeptloB ami lull
givTii Ly Mr. aiul Mis. .1. Forbea-Le-ith anl at
a r-ception arl**eB by the IJaiyetaity Club.
Sto.k- active anil lower,' with otjton breoka in
the iiidiistrial shaiea, hal liquidation was 2.H.T.1:
niotietnry pgeMun au i anfaYorable foreign neara
stinitikit.-d the s'-IIiii.j. The close was on a rally.
but unit, riul rmi loasea w*ete recorded M iney
ruled from ?? lo 7 i? 1 -'*iii. with exceptionally
hinli.'t rat<'s: sterling exchange adranecd fnrtlier,
The Wea tl i'T- -Forecast lor to div: (leann',;
?lightly wairaei. Temperature yeaterday: I li j li?
cet. 5'? s>t*tf"***as: lowest, 44; a**era**e, 4ti 7-8.
Thc Manliatuui Railway CoaipBny is taking
Its time over it?that i-.. .iver the proposals ol
t/e Rnpid Transit Commissioners m.nie two or
three weeks ago. DoabtrBM its oflii ial, atc W! ll
Bwarethal they have not thc slightest canae for
aiiM'iy in cam they delay their Bimwer for
fHune tm. longer. They know how haul and
f;;st their bargain With Tammany Hall i*. and
feel sure that they will "?**??**-** the li^lit to bnild
th lr (Men-ions and extra track- ob their own
terms. The glownesa which Ibey display In
con-i'leiinj* tlie Butter in hand i* typical of the
kind of transil they furnish?the onlv kind, ap?
parently, which the people of New-York are
likelv to secuie.
The Fxrcutive rommiiiee ol the National
League for Good Roads is giving the l.e*t of
reason* for its existence and dispiriting a spirit
which atsiu'.s incetn if it- faith ami courage
fail not. lt took b itep ol piaetir.il importance
\e-te:d:iy in BPftupristiBg f 1,000 for ihe eon.
striution of a load exhihit on the World's lair
grounds: ami will, if BoetMMkry, Inereiso the
?um to 9S.000. This is a project which ire
earnest.*, hnj*e to -ec carried out. Its edttca
tional value (-.innot fail to be largo. If lhere
is not sufJicicnt int'it'st in the matti r to make
the proponed exhibit a success, the circumstani
will argue ill for the CBttta of good ronda in
All tho reputable citizens of Hoboken will
hope, lhat the words of the new Mayor of that
city wi:l be h.rne out bj his acts, lin indict?
ment of the Police Department in his Inaugnral
message yesterday was drastic in the extreme.
"f*n?orthy promotions." 'unrewarded merit,'
**Ibx discipline." "careless manaaement," "the
general looseners incident to thc interjection of
politics into its l)iisine-s"?these are gpecirneas
of the language nsed hy him in denunciation ol
the police force and manageBient. Moreover,
he declares hi* pm pose of reorganizing the de?
partment from top to bottom. It i- high time
for ref-.un in Hoboken. Mayor Pagan begin*
well. I/t him prove that this indignant out?
burst is not merely a case of clean sweeping
l.v a new bi oom.
According to the bulletin <>. Ihe Slate Hoar.]
of Health, thc Brutality during ihe month of
Match was uncommonly great, the deaths being
?bout 2,000 more than tin* norma] number.
Diseases akin to Un* well-known inllueflxa car
iled oil' many victim*. Tiie weather during
that month was extremely trying; and th"
spring has been ?o backward and no much un?
seasonable weather ha- -ince prevailed that i!
wi'l n t he surprising if the reports for April
and .May (judging from the poor beginning of
the Litter *i estel da* ) make ;is bad a showing
as that foe Maul).
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Fortunately for Chicago, while it could not
provide the fitting accompanim**,! i-f sunshine
.md balmy breezes for thc opening ol the 1 "\
hibition, the rainfall which has been so per?
sistent for weeks hchl up long enough to allow
yesterday's programme tu h.- carried mit in thc
open ail. The attendance was .iii thut could
ho expected in tiie circumstances, and m ie.
being estimated at 300,000, hut during thc
exercises the crowd did not maintain the best
of order, and on that account and because of
thc raw and chilly atmosphere thc speechmak*
ing waa c in-idcralily curtailed. An interesting
"side show*' of the opening day was the dedi?
cation of the Women's Building, in which Mrs.
Palmer appropriately took the leading pan.
Tin: EXPOSITION oi'FS.
Tiie Columbus Exposition, dedicated last Oe
lober with elaborate and imposing ceri monies,
was opened yesterday with formalities which
were not less impressive because lu iff and
simple. The great task which Chicago fm- its
own glory was proud and happy lo undei take
has linen performed in u manner honorable to
tho whole country. If at ihe beginning the
trust uas accepted with only a feeble apprecia?
tion of ii- burdens, no evidence ol the fad ap?
pears in the superd achievement. A deep and
tmo sense of responsibility has inspired and di?
rected the work winch universal approbation
now crowns. The obstacles wore not all fore?
seen, hut they have all been encountered with
faith ami fortitude and with a wonderful nieas
tuo of success. During the la-t month the ele?
ments have been peculiarly hostile, and the most
devoted and strenuous exertions have not quite
suflic.d to oveicome the unexpected embarrass?
ments of a wet and blustering spring. The
des'iny which forbids a World's Fair to be ab?
solute, ? ready on 'he appointed dale i< still
manifest in unfinished grounds ami building
und unplaced exhibits. The nearest possible
approach to perfection cannot be realized for
several weeks to come, but when that point
has be,n reached tbe world "ill have the priv?
ilege of gazing upon a veritable miracle of
human intelligence and energy.
This y >ung cunt ry has been fortunate in the
anniversaries which history bas niven it to
celebrate. The Centennial Exposition did not
merely commemorate a birthday in the family
of nations and illustrate ihe power and prog
les* of a single people. I' dignified t" all ihe
world far more than that, for it was the s\ni?
bo! of institutions to which all the world had
Contributed, and of blessings which all the
world had been permitted of constrained to
share. I'pon a still grander Male this Colum?
bian Exposition celebrates ;m inestimable gift,
the condition precedent to all that has been ac?
complished by and for mankind in the New
World during four centuries ami ail that is to
be iu oomplished here to the end of time. Sure?
ly this is an anniversary which is lit to enlist
the interest, tin- sympathy and the co-operation
of every race which has begun to emerge from
darkness into light.
Tin response of th" nations to the invitation
of the United State* has been cordial and gen?
erous, and it is already possible to believe lhat
fruin tlii-* comparison ol iraoutoes and civiliza?
tions, and this interchange of courtesies and
hospitalities, m-w guarantees of prosperity anti
advancement will be derived. Individuals may
well be modest and reticent a* to their own
rapacities and achievements, but it is the priv?
ilege of every patriot to exult in all the moral
and material accomplishments of hu country.
We have a right to be proud of the courage
and energy which have subdued our va-t do
main, of the loyalt* anl \ dot which have de?
fend d it. "f tl"' g>n rosity which has made it
a refuge from misery and oppression. Itu'
pride is not the finest emotion which thi- occa?
sion can inspire. Acceptance of thc splendid
opportunities we have Inherited (bus not, make
us worthy of th-m. There i- no grandeur in
lllire pi,sse..j ,n. The people of the I'lllted
states are under a continuous obligation to
leave to the future a nobler legacy than lhej
have received fruin Die past. N-.t only a lither
and a more powerful bm a fairer and belier
country is the debt which every generation
owes to its successor. And thc pm pose and
temper which are essential to the fulfilment of
that duty 'anno! he inspired and fortified and
made invincible by any r*clfi*h National ambi?
tion, They will fail the country if they do not
comprehend thc wm hi. President Cleveland
yesterday gave jusi and elorjuent expression
to thi* truth when h-* -aid : " Let US hold fast
to tho meaning that, underlies this ceremony.
As hy a touch tue machinery thai gives life
lo this vast Exposition is now set in motion, so
at, Hie same instant let out* hope*, and aspira?
tions awaken fortes which iu all time to come
shall influence the welfare, the dignity and tho
freedom ol' mankind."
MAY HAY RESTLESSNESS.
The i-t of m.iv has become the Socialist
holiday in Europe, when street disturbances
and scones of disorder are anticipated I... police
precautions in many capitals. Yesterday's cele?
bration WBS apparently unusually quiet and un
eventful, -ave in Marseilles, where son,,. ..non,
rioting occurred. In Paris, Berlin and Vienna
(koro were parades ami mrus-meetings, bul
nothing occurred to justify an. apprehension of
organized revolt. Even in Brussels and other
Belgian cities, whirr th'' masses are flushed
with a political triumph, the proceedings were
orderly and thc assemblages of working people
under rigid self restraint. Mav Day, while a
geld day for the army of European workers, i*
not a revel ..f lawlessness ami conspiracy. If
the social tiniest oj the world linds expression
in the excited harangue* of demagogues and
in the tumultuous cheei* of toiling thousands.
ihe world is none the wm sc for their giving
vent to their discontent with their lot. pot*,
sibly it may be thc helter for a rcstlcssae*.*
which is more hopeful than torpor would I.".
Gambetta once said In his incisive way :
"There is no lodal question; there ate social
questions.'' If there were one problem which
thc working millions of thc world were ag]
latmg mid debating with passionate intensity
of feciing there might bc ians,, fur gloom*)
fojcboduiRs rc-pccting the Stability of govern?
ments and the permanence o' institution*. Hut
there io no unanimity of opinion in a working
world honeycombed with discontent and rest?
lessness. The Anai.!.i-t anl the Socialist may
-peak at ile* sam,, mass-meeting, bul their
points of \i iv ;.:?? otp site pules from which
i. ither can approach the otht r. Tin re are al?
most as man' types of Socialism a* there are
finnis ot religion. The social questions di
cn-sed in Kuropo on May l'av are as diverse
BS the thc..logical crotchets preached li.un the
church pulpits on any bright spring Sunday.
lt is not one and ihe same malignant gospel
of destruction that i- proclaimed with one ac
,f,nl by labor agitator* and greeted with tu?
multuous acclaim b) the workers ol the world,
ll j. a medlet .-I Imp. s and fears, of igno
i.ru" and thrcwd, practical reuse, of revolt
against the hard i .nditions <?! poverty and
labor and a reaching i nt aftei ? liefer time
The world would be none the better if the
woiking masses were -uiik In intellectual and
social torpor and without hope of a better
fut'iii'. 'nun* i- a mechanical kind of con?
tent among the half-breed races of Mexico and
Spani*h America, and tho swarming hives of
population in < nina and India. There is little
if an, s cial unrest there, but neither i? there
any progress. The discontent of Europe and
America i- one of tbe signs ol advancing civil?
ization. It I- an unerring indication thal the
clem, nts aiid energies <?l human progress are
leavening the whole lump: thal deep doun in
tho low. st social layers men and women ara
thinking?nol always rationally or sensibly, but
Till. MAYORS APPOINTMENTS.
Pew Mayors have had so large opportunities
as Mayor Uilroj has bad. Few Mayors hare
made so poor use of them. This city has
shown magnificent progress in recent yen- iu
wealth, iii ri'soiiic's and in population. The
offices which Mayor Gilroy bas been filling are
more important now than ever before; they
aie concerned with more extensive Interests]
they affect a greater number of people. They
could be us. d in such a way as to be "f more
substantial benefit and advantage lo the com?
munity than in anv earlier year. Mr. Gilroy
might have earned the g od-will and tlc grati?
tude ol even clean-minded and public-spirited
citizen. But be has deliberate!) chosen the
wrong couise: be is perverting the tremendous
j,owers which he pc-ssesses to put ihe worst
element in Tammany Hall on lop. And Ihe
woist element ol Tammany ls extreme.) bad.
Many New-Yorkers hoped thal after Mr. <-il
n.y had appointed John J. Scanned, Joseph
Koch and Michael T. Dal* lo office in tbe iii-'
part ol his term he would aim lo make amends
for so serious evil-doing, and would tty to de?
li rvo tho praise of ihe community by selecting
for gnat lilacs in fhe cit) government men
? f a wholly different ela-- from thal to which
these three belonged. The Mayor lias pre?
ferred 1" hallie that hope. He h;|* slink I I .'I
low a level a- was evci reached b) a * hief
Executive t f tlc nc i.'-m 'li-.
lt j- plain thal nol a singlo unselfish con?
sideration, not thc least tom h ol a desire t'
benefit thc communit) noverned Mayor Gilroy
in most nf th" appointments which he mada
yesterday. Few of tlc men chosen I-.- hun for
th" co'iispiciioiis ulti. es win, ii he ha* now filled
have deserved well ot their fellow citizens.
l's, futn.ss ti- Tainui.un Hall, ability and < u
ergy in promoting tbe personal iiiterests ??(
Bli hard tiolier and Thomas F. Gilroy were
evidently the controlling motives in tho Mayor's
choice. Some "f his appointments, like that
of .Joseph .1. O'Donohne lu City Chamberlain,
may not provoke severe censure, bm there ;
no room for enthusiasm our any one of them.
The Chamberlain's office lias been used m the
past to enrich certain favored Tam man) 1' ad?
els ni violation of lau. lt is an unnecessary
office in municipal government, and the com?
pensation i- grotesquely extravagant. Joseph
.1. O'Donohne desired to he Collector ol ihe
Tori. It i- a iniie surprising thal he is willing to
take an office which is practical.) a sinecure
in ihe municipal administration, although it is
most la\ishi,v compensated. lt will I." still
mole surprising if ho pm* the salary in his
own pocket, c.ap..talion Counsel < lark. Po?
lite t' imBiissioner Sheehan and Commis<iioner
Michael T. I'..Iv have done nothing !-- jllstif*/
teappf-iutiti-iit. In f.n!, as already -aid, there
is not a singh- one ?.i th.appointments over
which high-minded Sew Yorker* can reason?
ably express gratification, except, perhaps, that
-f Dr. Cyrus Fdson as Health Commissioner.
Hut the appointment of John .1. Scanned as
Fire Commissioner for thc long term, of Andrew
.1. White as Cilllllils.il,ncr of Docks, mid if
Bernard I'. Martin as Polite Justice deepen the
disgrace which Mayor i.ilr.-y brought on lu*
administration by his action in choosing Mr.
-Mannell, Mi. Koch and Mr. Daly for public
office in .lum.m. How long i- th.- Fire De
pattin m likely i.i retain its discipline ami effi?
cient**) Mien tin- firemen understand that
cowardly atsassiBation ami tlc collection ol
Tammany assessments of thc most shame?
ful -'itt are qualifications lor ile place
of Fiic Cominis.i mer? Andrei* .1. Whit" has
been a highl*/ mccessful contractor. Thc*Docli
Department has Recured legislation ar Al?
bany by which ii* opportunities of enriching
favored contra tors b) ihe < spendittire of many
additional million* ??! dollars have been great!j
enlarged, ls il likely tint Andi, w .1. White
WOUld have coii-eiit.'i to leave thc Holier- ('..nit
bench unless he saw a ca tanny ..f larger re?
turns to himself a- a Dock Commissioner than
as a Police Justice? li i- probable that . very
Tnmmaii) friend of Hock Commissioner White
will soon bo al-l" lo go into racing on a great
-cite, ami io buy tl." highest-priced horses in
ihe country, lt is onlv reasonable to expect
tint Mi. White himself ere long BM) take a
position on the turf similar (?? that of Michael
V. Dwyer uni Ri< haul Croker.
Mayor Gilroj ??. ms tu have made up his
mind I1:.! he is .af.- in defying d', .nt public
opinion a id iu filling offices with ibe worst m n
whom lu- can pi I. out from Tammany Hall.
Ile may lu- pursuing tlie policy which will *,..
.uie another tenn for him. The people of
New-York iif wonderfull) patient, aad the)
may l-e nilling '-> i ndure for years thc sacking
and pillage of iii-' municipal departments by the
most unscrupulous, gr cly and grasping mem
ber- of a cu-ii'ii .I-- political faction. |t
mav bc that tic vol rs of Now-York will make
m. si lions protest*] winn they -ec Tammani
I. ader-. Tamilian, officeholders and Tamma nt
coiitia-t'iis pile up vast fortunes in a feu years
?fortunes which uiu-t iu large put bc ac?
quired di-h melli. '| hey mav remain quiet
and unconcerned umbu the knowledge that the
.itv government, mit <>f the proceeds of taxa
iHm. out of the j...I,. ,,r omuls ami the receipts
from franchises, i. now spending mow than
es-.ii (inn.m.,, a year, of which at least 25, and
l r,baldy ."iii per cent, is either -'olen or wast. d.
Th y ti.av consenl for years to come to -,.. the
Tammaflj plunderer, amass greal wealth h.
dishonest means; the) uny he willing that ihe
T.imman.v cunspiratora shall <? nunnie t.. riot
and rob in thc municipal departments a freely
and liohll.v a* did thc conspirators of thc Tweed
era. Um. ii nm thi> tear, \u ioma future year
lhere mu-t rome a .hange; there must bc an
uprising like that which sent th" Tweed gang
io prieon ji into exile. Mayor Gilroy seems to
be doing about all that he can to h:ist-n lhat
day of wrath.
TBE LEAGUE -I/' LOVISVILLE.
Admirable arrangements have been made for
the meeting of the National Leafl. "?.?pub*
..,,,, .-i.. The oiiveiitu.n will
ii, an < uh. ai Ironist i ie. ' " . . .
h.. remarkable, both i.. numbers and in the
character of its attendance. I""'" '.7 ot
it. organization the KepnblicaB League was in
,cmIed to constitute a staading ."'"., always
,,a.|i f.-r action, ll waste be tbe organised
fi,,,,'-wi,i, which the Republican party in every
-,,.,?, and indeed in <-^> community, could
eic.* ..p..,, th- diflicuh work ?;f a campaign.
Themovemtnl from which the League resulted
nail in the highett scn*c patriotic. Itwasm.ta
. . ,', . tiffi, -s I' Was tlo! iliuler
move-ncnt on Ino omi -- ?
rahm ... personal or parti-*? .ui'i.-**. lf '?
,!,,. effort of men, and partieulariy of young
men, who tine rely believe in the principles of
ihe lb publican party, anl wi... are anxious
en,,:,-i, I..,- the sues, ,,r thus., principles at
the polls voluntarily to assume a great work
of organization and of public education. In
tw.. campaigns the League has I.n ol great
.o \ic to the Repiiblinn party, lt. work has
I,,..'., pro* cut d with diligence and intelligence.
Tho suggestion mi"' urged tit:.' il ?*??*< Inter?
fere with the regular party oigstTrition has
be.n ihown to he without foundati :i. It bas
gone wl-i" ihe regular pani organisation could
no! go. ami has done what it could m.! do. and
it em ",s upon another year of devoted party
service at a time wh n such service is more
than ever important, with a /cal ami a courage
that give happy promise of success.
In i's toial membership iii" convention will
e-nisist of neii'.v '-' ??"<? perrons, li is not at
all improbable thal aa nany interested in 'lie
w.-ik a- this number "ill be present, and it is
assured thai every "tate will be represented by
a c mai lt ruble deL-gni tn. The deb gates from
New-York should make especial effort to attend
in their full rtrcngth. Tim work of the fall
campaign hera cannot be too noon begun nor
loo arrantly prosectit d. The Republicans of
New-Y irk will han t . encounter thi- fall the
beal p liti'.il organisation probably that exists
in any --tiie. lt ha- been well fed, well cared
f.-r. and i- ""H commanded, lu its proceed?
ing* ob Election Day the work of " getting out
the v.tc" i- gone at with scientific skill. How
this is doti ? is ic. mist rv. and would give no
occasion fm* solicitude if Republican* were
everywhere willing to do theil full duty. The
Louisville Convention will bo useful in the in
spirati-ii which by discussion and giod fellow?
ship mil be distilled into the minds and dis?
position of those who attend it. and weean do
no l.citer s. rvico to the part) al this time than
in urging all win. are summoned to be at hand.
Till: NA TWA fl .v-il I NOS,
Americans are growing tim nu-hst. It used
to bc -aid that the Yankee Nation was in
i.i I. a ? lui. Hm now c\en the bare
'iu!h itrikes many as exaggeration, mi habit?
uated ai" they io undervalue their own coon
in and i's achievements. Thus nevcral have
questioned th" statement mid", not in a boast?
ful spirit, ihiii lim mere ravings of th.- Nation
ni a month would more than purchase all the
rhips of war in th" harbor ol Ncw-Votlr.
There were thirty-five ff them, and perhaps
nith tie ir equipment the) ma) have mst more
than fl...'"mi - a-h. bm .an hardly have
iviig"! 92,000,000, Ai" lhere Ameri?
can*, then, wh . th. n-'t realise 'hat the Nation
adds to i s wealth mora than 970,000,000 per
Th,- census estimate* aro not necessarily ac?
curate ia 'Iii- matter, and yet they embody the
I-'-! approximation whi.h some trained nun
lune linn able to mik*". According to these,
th" Increase in wealth Irom 1880 I > 1890 wa
more than $18,000,000,000. If ti.e gam had
been equal.) divided it would have been
si sn,, nun..uni yearly, bm it i- evident that
the increase was smaller during th-' carly years
of th" decade, and largest during ihe later
veil- M..i"fi\.'!, it ha* I), cn expanding about
tbn ?? >? ars since th" last census was taken, and
these have l" mi years ol unprecedented prog
? <s.. it does not *eem reasonable to suppose
that ih.* increase in wealth i- now li -* than
sj.omi lum ouu y. ai Iv, or 61(0,000,000 everj
month. Dui lin- increase, il may be said, repre?
sents something besides laving*. Strict!) speak?
ing, it th-cs not. Whatever is added in any
year to tbe wealth "f anv individual of the
entile population i- the sum which bo might
have expended, had ho chosen, in any form ot
enjoyment, without trenching upon tho capital
wiih whit h thc year began. Much "f the farm?
er's saints nm-t always l"' found iii the in?
creased value of his fariiis ami itocks. ll a
householder, much of his sa-, mg, mus! he
f.i nd in the higher val in of his dwelling. The
gam to either is as real, and the self-denial as
ital, as if the amount raved had been lodged
in a haul.. In a narrower --usc th., bara use
of property in 'his country seems to return on
thc whole more than ?"? per "nt yearly, besides
compensation for ail the labor employed on il
or ni using it. This u indicated l-.v the cur
renl late ..I interest for money loaned. Hm if
the bare gain on property productively em?
ployed be reckonetl, and at m. m. than :.
per ft nt yearly, that increase would exceed
si .-.un.onii.imo. besides the direct savings
from Ibe wag.-- ol' labor.
Mm I. ha* been -aid <>f the i norm ms ron
sumption of good- ami products b) Americans.
lt is Indeed Ibo fa.i that in many branches
about a thud of the entire consnmpti rn of tho
w..Il-l appears t<> !>?? by this one Nation. Hut
a Inge put ..t this very consumption is in
p.tiinitif m additions lo the wealth "f tho peo?
ple ; in building new ami mote desirable houses,
iu mole commodious structures iu cities an.I
towns, in lt-itel facilities f--r travel throughout
lin* c-untry and in ile Uhm:-, in moro perfect
facilities for conveying information, and in
mole .\tin-i\" eqnipBients for every variety
..f in.instil 'rom tbe farms t. the shipyard's
which turn om our arm.-I vessels. Hut this,.
expenditures -, greatly increase thc effective
n-'-s ol all labor that from va ai to year the ?rain
in production far out mo* lim gain in popilla
lion. No part of ihe Nation's Wealth is more
truly w.iilh what il ha-cost than most of these
int tl men ts. They represent a consumption
which is at thc .:nn ? time a laving.
More than ten years ago it was computed bv
statisticians of distinction that thc yearly
savings >.f this Nation exceeded those of 0real
Britain, Germany .md Prance combined. Now
it would assuredly he safe to say thal th., com?
bined savings ..t all the foreign nations repre
rented in the naval display would not equal
'hos,. ,,| ,1,,. lui,,. | States alone. And iu thes ?
du's savings imau power, whether in peace
oi m war.
l-"t a* (.iv,. ., |.,Iur,. .p.,,,. ?, Mli, |,i(i||it |o
( '"'''?-" '".I lay nil-' "i the lilaree on the
Th.. t,.? ,?,.., ^|ii, I, (ifivMi.ir ri?w,.|- ti-intcl
'" ''"? *?.'" ot thi- etty for pi.tim objeetlona
to hill* ;,?;,.,,,,,,, jfc-f.York whleh were left
.1- || l|;i|, ],ilW,
neatly expired. It i* t? i?. ? l(J
tnut meaaetea have hera, or speedily will i?. ,tkl,n
jushow Mm the vicious charact-t ol the Elm bi reel
lmproven,*?*,t hi'l. -(.-(-.-.lied. J Iii* m Rally a gee*
eral uct IBth?rltLag thc rauuiiaiiy rulers of this
town to --fize private property anywhere in the
city tor such peblia purposes ut* they may choose,
having the owners to await the slow processCS
of the eo'irtH for their compensation. Still th"
owner.* of property shonld take pu ins to let the
Governor know its real character. Mi- eondaet
of late, it is true, fives littl" ground for hope
that ii" will in this .ir any other mutter commit
any intercut-) but those of th" politician* with
whom he i* allied. Nevertheless, th" attempt
aught lo be mad" to induce him to have some
regard for equity and common .-en**
Presldenl Cleveland has done bis part-he han
j impinged against thc Exposition button with hi*
good right thumb. It "'nv remains for the western
ami fasten! hemispheres to do the rest in order
t,, insure a tremendous success lt the tremendous
Ethereal mildness wasa't " in if at all on the
tir-t day nf May._ _.
If any partial Cit I ten of New York i- Inclined I
tn sneer at Chicago weather he ought to wait at j
least until our own ch,inls have rolled hy. WV
suspect thal our naval visitors in thc Unison
ar'- imf enraptured with thc climate of th"
metropolis, whatever their prejios-essloos concern?
ing Chicago may be.
Government of thc people by Tammany for
Tammany dees not show any signs of perishing
from th" earth thi. week.
It is to h.- hoped that Governor Flower will nm
he-itat" promptly lo al.i\ hid si-.-nntur" to thu
hill which provides for the e-t.il>li-htn"tit of a
State colony for epileptics. Tlie fact that, this
measute pissed both lu.'ir,.*, of th" t****i-.!atur**
without a dissenting vote attests Ita character.
It luis received thc Indorsement cf th'* leadlni
medical and philanthropic organisations of thc
State, and in opposed in no quarter. It i*. Rener
ally .oiiecil".! that lhere is ur-ent, reed of the es?
tablishment oi fnuh a colony. Coder thi- hill
the -st.ite would aeqnir-* property admirably
adapted to tl.'* purpose to which lt is to be put
nt ;i very moderate price. 'Iii" Governor, there?
fore, will mal." no mistake if be spprovea thi*
piece of leirislati.in which (hes so much credit to
th" public i-piiit of oar State.
Mayor (olroy ha* been igalfl weighed in the
balance and found wanting.
President* ('levclnml'* addres* nt Thicigo wan
appropriate iu sentiment and expression, and it
wa* not f. > long?three caaentiala of which at
least "ii" is too ol ten lacking in speeches ol'
Scientists continue tn writ" ah..ut the canals of
Mu-. Inf tunic of them, so (ar as we have ol..
lerved, have stat.-I whether or not stars succeeds
t/i makins ber canals pay or ia preventing those
who navigate tl."in from becoming the prey of
Tn ,nic cf his fan.ill.ir p" ms Mr. Longfellow
v laim*. "How heautifnl is tin- rain!-' Bo it
is ..i-v I,, s,.,. u|,v ii,.. M;i\,.r of Chicago i- t-eri
?)ti-lv think in*.- ,.f suppressing the sale "f l*oag>
fellow's works In that city, Thc attitude of tho
Chicago people toward applied moisture waa Mc?
nally Illustrated In ;* (luca."- theatre Saturday
evening. The play waa "The Merchant of
Venice," and the young woman who assumed the
character of Portia, wiahiag to pay a compliment
in Mercy, wns thoughtless enough to remark thal
Mer v "droppeth as the temi" rain from heaven.11
The result was what might have hen expected.
l'h" midi, ncc rose like "n>- man?a niau with
blood In his eye snd much Imprecatory language
apon lu- lips?and I.i----! hr-r of) the stage. The
chief of tl." police suliseqiiently expressed the
opinion that tt was onlv her sex winch saved tie
Inconsiderate actress i. un !?? in ; lynched.
If it i* imf toe la*" Lient?-nant-*?overnor Sheehan
might apply to the Chicago manaaera f-.r apaee
In th" Department of Monstrosities for th* c\
hihiti- n of ii model of bis anti-home r ile machine.
Dirk Q-it.-lr. who waa lbs flit! mate sf the mar?
tin-', i irhooner Tstops, I- on* of I he !??-( -wi-lls tn
lb* Bas! viaiii" Conference Semlnsry, nt Dack*port.
Il* had pluck . n.nu'ii lo enter tb* seminary wtthont
knowing bow either t , r****i or arri!*, bat In Ism
t? r:11- hi* uiri h..ru bs* enabled him '.. b* a linden!
s* well I- n siiinf. ie.t hr ts ranked a. one ol t I
amen m*a in lbs Institution.
The admirers ol Prince BUmarrk, wh.ntrilmled
three veal*, ago atore Hum FZSOJOQQ r.,r ? monumenl
to lbs peal itat**maa, ar* dl?*.ill*fl*d with the rom
mi. baring the srrsnr**m*nt? ht rbarge. lt waa
Intruded Bl lb* Um* lo err-*! lb* monamenl bi ???.
I.nt tito commute* ba* taken ti" Btsp* lo decide upon
:i place f..r it A namb*r ol Ibe ntl*-. In ?.Timmi
iii-ii ibo monnment. The ex-Chsncellor, according
t.. Uermsn piii>. r-. la offended ?? the Indecision nnd
Sriiiy on ibe part of tl.e rommlttee.
I'r. i'liver Wendell If-.lites u as the gTM-St Of the
Pm-H-li (lu') of Harvard annes at i'm- Home ?
f.v. gayi arm. Ahoni son nests were in.-sent. The
pool made ..,ttif> i',.ir.ut-ri-'li i!lv wlflv r. illari s, timi
afterward resd l.l-t poem. "Dorothy Q."
Father Ktn-li-p. (tn- proprietor of Ihe 'amoila "liar*.
foot ears" s! w,?r-i.fen, wsa Ihe reclptenl ?-f many
li..in-rs spoa bl* recenl vi it lo Berlin. Ile delivered
two lertare* npon the iv*leai ultl.'ii he advoeates,
I. .1 w.-re attended l.v tl... I'.l.r.-.iiMtli .s nf limnv
?ni e.. cole tsmlll*** and levers! nfflror* ..r tate. At
Hie end of Ihe 1**1 lecture :i .-uitiiiiitt..f rllltena
placed :. siiv,.r iinil-. i wreath upon ibe old prli-nl'a
:.. ,.i Ho ? a- dcs.pl] :.tr. ried hy (hs attention.
Miss Belina Iinil*. of Frankfort, Kv., lins keen
n ked ta -li f..r a pteturs ? ?' - Esther,?? one ..f the
.liar i. i.t lt. ?? ll..ii llnr." ...lera! Lew Wallace Illili
si ir ls aald fi. !-?? r> -p..i. -U-I-. In i nen-iif.. f..r tlie
-?:.?. ti..n. he ha vina .n her and l.u lmpr***cd willi
her L'.i.id looks anti her adaptation to representing
? li ter.
Among Ihe Indents nf one of the eon*c*a of Rads
IV-tli r.e. iitlv received iv Hie Pope were Seven ll*.
br s . uk Moline , noih lng lbs lt. brsle festarr-a
of one m the jroang men, wld t,- a prleat -rho se
i ..tnt,ml. il iiim: ? i-'.-t ronfeB*lonl* Moaalral*" Re
c. iv hui un iitii.tieiiii.- answer I.nversed fer some
lime nilli Ihe Hebrew -.Indent).. When they left Ihe
Vatican he M..-..I c. tn n,,i .-ni a hle*?lna (?? Ihelr
parent* lu Hnds l*esth ll," I'-.p.- mts greatly pleased
at ihe il-it "f iii-' young ll-i-.- a..
Mrs. iv T. Baraum, widow ..f Ibe tamana showman,
li nt ll ul Spring*, N. C. la f -pru.,' slic lins re
m..1.ii from ber hame In sn ambulance iin-i placed
In a -1... i il esr f".* Ho! springs, lier healih has
Robert Dorer, ttl- famous Bwlsa -o-uipi,,r, ,j|Mj
-...iii.i.iv in I'.-iiin ii f.iv da*, agoVrom hear! dis.t-r.
lie h.'i.i I."'ii In Ih* i. .'iiu.iii ra pit al f.?r Irestmenl n
abor! lime, and had hoped lo return home boob.
Ikirer wa* Imm in Bsden in i-ac. III. works minni
mini ,.t the I'.iifi-i mn iuummmib.
Th.- Rev, Dr. William Uwrr-nee, tbs dean i-f the
RptBropal Tbrotoglcnl School si Hambridge. trtio hat
been noralnaled for bishop of MsNsacbu-u-tt* by tb*
Broad ri.iifiiini.'ii. i, forty-two yean ,.'.i i,a,i eomes
from un old Ms*sschn**Ha fa mt I v. Two year* san
he wsb mentioned for ihe mme p..-Ul -n to which Ik
Is now nominated snd n> whlrh l'i.illi|.s Brook* buc
....!..I li.. -l,|. -s being dean nf the Th. ?..!., cl. .1 -, i,h.|
be nl-'? bolds tbe po-dtlon of ]ir..fes.,,t- ()f homiletic*
ini.l pastoral ??:!-.?. ii.' na. grsduated from Harvard
in ti... celebrated rles* <.f 'Ti. which Included In Its
membership Charin i. Bonaparte. Senator Henry
( nl.iit t.f.?lLf. lobes Fol ii.ul Morgan Udell. ||e I,
satit I" l-e neiilllii.
A M'.W WAV l-l TROT C ).NsII ITTIoVAl.n V.
Prom Tbs Boston Advertl**-**,
\ uiii,,us i,.ri roate* "rom ibe N'stlonal Capital ta
di. .i!...t ii.ut Lbs Ur.-i.l-tii hs* Instructed s..-i.-t-,ri
(tii-llsie to refuse obedience io tin. inn suthorttlng the
psymenl of utgar boanllea, The Intenl or the refusal
I-. of roane, t,. *ecure a ju,iK.,,. ?f u,.< riupremr
Couti ?.- io ihe IfgaUty .u ti,,. ,iigsr bounty, rim
story ls Inter-sHna. i.nt hardin credible. Wh. n thc
l !?-sUletii look ..ti oath lo eafnrre ihe law* ..f ti,..
fulled Mutes he itu..!.' na audible r-wrvntlon roneern
lug tbe ii.iltf Lill. ..r ..Uiii- p|?ce ol Federal lrgf*lation.
I'lU.-i'WI. ( ..VIMissPiM-Cs
From Tins Iliilllnioie Vin.Minn.
if .ni" nil., ran warre*- eves be stiled ?? ?. .?
?nlertui oBiri-r- ..( tl.ivn.ini'til can be -.-.,tiihrt .1
override thc arl- of Ih* Nutl-n'. socndlted npre
"''-mv s at loreign ...nils, oi.vi.msiv ti.,-th
<ii|.!..M..ih.- Norvlee ol ihe i-ouuiry I. ns-i,?,. ,,,i
*.?;-.'"? "I'l-"-.?? " "ti. thing ,.?:,.'.i??,:"
I..i, mi. its loller o| ,,.-1,?11:,|. h tM, ???,,,??',.
bl u.it body. n. i..h.po,i,.i ,m,|, ,,?. .?.,, _\ v '
Blouni atare ii. n-ocbrd tn* Saadwt.h Niun.is ,nd
Ih* Indianan! return ol mi,,,,,., steven* who found
h;..'"".r,,"v t"y?1,,?|'l:,"" ????' m* oc,?pi,(i, BS
TUE WORLD OF LONDON.
CHRONICLED AND CKITICISED EY MR. ED4
Tin: QUEER'S sriciAi. tkun mu. ? .l\d.-,tor?
IR DANGER-PROI-'KS'IONS OK TIIE AUB*
Til I AV ARUIlIUKl'S- AI'THtTR STAR
LEV'S IIF..M.TH-TIir. wiri. OF Tns
LATE EOUD l.rllHY-I.A.N'i'UAGES
AT TIIE AUMIUAETV.
fflT CAni.R TO TIIK TRIBl'XB.l
ropvmht; ISMi /ty Tht Ttitom* Attottattnn.
London, Nay I.?Tbe -peela! Irrrla In which tho
tineen travelled from Florence to Flushing consisted
of t'ti carriages. The twa royal aalaona vvi,ich ar*
in.- private property of Her Majesty were placed in
th- c.-nu.-, ami tho Queen and IVinccs Beatrice nc.
(?nilled ih-tn. In front of Ihese were two very large
< milage, vvlildi vier.' saloon-: daring dav and wagon
? tics |.v Bight, villi. c>.up. s attach**. PtfOt carrlng-a
wera behind tbe Que. n's Mdooaa rJrallarty arranged,
l.ut not .piltc so lame .is Ihoss in the front. Th*
train afforded ile erring accomwadatloa for more than
forty persons. Tbs Indian dotaeallea travelled by
Ihemselvea in a teparate aatoaa carriage in which all
ilicit* "neala were cooked and served.
BRIROB IIFNIlV's MISSION TO MI-'OW.
The OeraMB Emperor lins continU-loned his brother.
Prince Henri* of I'rtissln. to represent Ihe court of
UerlB ul iii11 fetea which are to laka place at the
Moscow celebration of thc lenta anniversary of the
c/.ar's aeeerrdon to tiio throne.
A BEARD DOME'S (.'ir.UF.V WUnDINl-f.
Tile golden wedding of de ..rand Duke and (".rand
Duchess of NeeUeaahssvf-Btrallts ls to be celebrated
?it Kew tm lane Ss, sad aol ni RefstroRts, ss origt
nslly arrana*-!, ('rand Daba Frederick william and
Prlneeaa Augasta of Cambridge were mnrri-d on Tuna
28, l-us. In t',,. private ehafal at Uuclitnirham Palace,
which was not neilin used un raash an occasion until
tli.i weddin-- nf the Duke and Duchess of life, after
rm Interval of moro than forty-lx your*-. Tlie drard
Dulce and Duchess of Meckl"mbotirg-e.f.elltr. will thia
tv. el; arrive In town from f'ermany for a ?tav of about
tm wells, and will spend nm-t of their time at ram
hrldu'e foti.-.ce, Kew, where a rcMdenee has been
placed nt II:-lr disposal l.v the Duke of I'ambrldge.
Tin: BREMAR RMREEflBH aCCOUCHEMERT.
Tlie nccotirlienient of the Orman Fmpre*-. U ex
pe, ted to take pince |- tho iiutumn. nnd lier Mallaty
wn< .-Kill-.d to be very cnreful not to overfaflgue
herself during her visit u. Italy.
vocation's of .u'sthivv a nc rmi* k es.
Archdukes of Austria certainly seem to potten-,
pef nliar power for following to good purpose the aro*
cations of I"-* exulted mortal*, cine of thom li an
o,iil!-t. -some repute another to f-e --o expert aa
a photographer that he wu's exhati-ted laxt woex
with all th-. portratt-taMBg in connection with the
wedding of the l'rlnce of Bulgar.!*.: while a third. Arch?
duke Joseph, has just n-n-ifd the sdMssW chair nf
'"ni- Etbnologkeal Journal,'' In the Interest of the op?
Tin: DURR of Rt'TIIBRXARD at D*""e7R0B.M.
The Duke of Butberiaad, who ba* l*e*>n t-t-iying nt
DunmUn dunn:, th* list tea divs, has al.andoned th*
Intention of letting th" mette. Tlie Duke and Din-rtc*--,
Wfll arrive at Dnnrol'ln toward the end of .Inly fer
n stay of three months, and there are then to be
? \te:.M\e f. ttvttlea on th" .-tates.
\ wt ur. coNTr'ST si'.TTr.F.n.
T!i" Bettlement of the llt'g-ulon respect I nj the -rift
-?f Lady Westminster prevents a 1 >n*r trial,
ivlilrh would hive been vert painful to Ik-, fa-nllr.
The 'i? roaaes before th- ""rabat* C*ourt (hi* wppfc.
!a order that the 'erms of settlement mav hs firm-ui**
*onct|nned. When lord WestmlBater N-'pienthed hi*
-t. tiio'is fortune to his widow ll sraa underwood
Heit he fully intended h.T to make rtteajaatr* pm.
vl-i..n for Ms daughters, rxcepttnl the Dm-hois of
Korti iimberlsnd and Lady Oetavla -icm* stewart.
IRTHUB s|-\m.t v's tr.t.vf:ss.
Ar'hur Stanley, the now T/ord D*fhy"i tliird son. arba
hi's been Tnost serioti-lv 111 at il- rooms st sf. .lame*
(iv* .ince February, ht **?? ""*v -d-rarly recovering
fn.rn an :i't.K '*: of rhewnalle fever. It wa* bi cnn
-,,i;.i?Ti, of un urgent tel.-ram ahotal ala condition
that his aaother, Lady Derby, relumed from Cttaaia
uro mont's bbb*. Ther* bi Httte rhartee of ".orel
sue I. v's resuming hi- duties at the Foreign Office
for some months t., come.
BRQrRBTB r.V T.on*) DERRT.
r rd Derby has. t ie'ir. left iii* Mph**-**. aesS
\lr4-0uni (Manie-*, C3.000 a year, ?t.d ha.- divided.
C50,OOO In lea-seli*-" inn n-r th" manar* lu-otVr-..
Mi-i Aanea Beresford Hope, Lady D**"*b*-"a str-p.
daaghter, eora*-* la f". a l**gaev of glO.000. He hit
v.ry ...i.-l.ler.it. -ly !,-<|ii-:itl? rt to Ml Irother and Bar*
cesaor ?:!..'""?' ? psy off Hm*heavy Baeeeastaa datlee.
Ir la believed thal Lady Derby Inherit, the rest of
persnnslty, amounting t" al. ti* one nmilon sterling,
ns well as ti,., three eststea lu Rent. Know.l.-y and
Derby Hon- .??? with the tfl-.
thu barrow I'-i'irr cir mtt. ut-vpstovf.
i believe there \t na d nht, whataver i* la th*
reality - f ",-? danger which enetrried Mr. ';lad?tote
daring dir." days Issi sreeh when dat uaarrtrmata
Teun.end wis iv.it,!i|iti; IO -li,, t )||m, Jn f,et
Ih* Premier has lind an extraordinary escape; bat tb*
ii ?? m !<!-? -,f Hie In-I' tit by til- hn-er sort of C.lad
itonlaa newspaper* ls simply disgraccftij nnIe?B In
Bantfv may be pleaded also for the devotee* of oiad
s'.e li;i vv r-'l;>. |l is | fact n-torloti- flint Homo
Kate m a pnrtv move I- entirely the rro-itttri- and child
of .ai,, mun. and if he were withdrawn from political
Rle. even now it srnuM booh disappear from the
Radical piotramme. Do, t.tnatro Radical, like John
Sforlev would ..f .rsa rontlnae io pr*arb l*. tut
practical men of every Behool adm!! Hail (.hidsfone'a
ralraordlnary personal Iniusnca alone made lt pas*
slble to rsrry ?> measure lil." th* present Pill even to
a ? ? n-1 rending,
thi: rxioxisT ".eadf.rs rot to it ame.
In isytng tw?. I'nlootsl |eodera merely cl ve es.
nn l lu public to what everybody l* .savinc tn
private, and t.- hold tje tn r-espoastbte for incltln?
I'tnitlrs to re'nov" iit.i is as hs** ns ti ls -Hiv.
Radii 'l o;.p.willem t.. th.. Crlmei n.-t pat Mr. Batfortr
in finite ns inlicit ii inger, but no one snci-e.ted on
Hint gmwid lhat tbe meaanre ihoaM be i.n.w.Hi to
pa** uti.-p|io-e.!. and when it <ii! pass tbe irish s.>r
retary had io inept police protection to lave him
"rom vengeance ..f tanatfrs, whom ayeochea <>f the
opp altloa had > mii.ii to frrnsy.
mr i'i:iMii:n AXXOYKn vt it? nrrrvT.
^It*. (Hi.! lone wai very much nnnored by tb*
def il of ihe Uverpool cimr. bea Ml cu Friday Mt-ht.
shlrh was broughl about hy an alHanee l.->twe"n
the iris', Raman ralhollca mid Uherattoatsta. Mr.
nisdstone liol direct pr-rsonal Interest In the mutter.
as v.. had r.i-niii* purebssed tlie ad rna ram <.f en*
ef tlie Uverpool .Itv churches, and lt 1s r-*iort-*t
H i" Flit li" paid C10.000 f..r lt. lt w.is Afr.
rilad*ton* who nut un Mr. l.-v.-son rtowr-r to -.upp rt
tho lill, timi III. vin. ile ,,n!v sp.cdi deUler-'d fr tti
th ? Treasury Bench.
w \t-M-vtv Rf-aatn-f rrtorvpi."
There 1? lik.lv !,- be an adj.mri ararat of the fSfk
I'ititetitirv session nt Ute end of ,1'tlv f,,r shani *1v
weeks, There wm tims t.e un Bataan Bttttag. hal
t.-.t nn ii'itntnn s,. i?n la i|,e gtriet aaaaa of th*
'ei-'ti. Timi iio-ild Involve befdaiHlIB over acntti tilt
tegMatlon ntl. nipt, d sin,,, the cm men.neut of the
vear. Even ih- r-vertastla?hr yaathnrJ iVomter 1*
titilllieiv t? J).s |?,.,,.f?i enough tn attempt smh a fash
MART CORF!RMATtORB IR WAUtR.
Th" Bishop of st. Asaph bis within thc Inst sly WtBBt
cotillfine! nearly 4,000 pcr.nns. ninny being Noncon?
formists. Tin. ls acaroriy a -ten ,,f tv mM?m church
Tin* tom m win's uisToni,- t.hst
The ino niitinrotilstlc seen,),, af elly Aldermen, wha
recently d!stlngnl*bed Iberaselses bf drawing further
an.?mi..11 to lb* loni Mayor** Malarie toast of th*
ll..Iv Father and Ibe Queen, are now dollie their Seal
to let mattera subside, and ir Hie whole thing doe* not
drop, whleh n nord llhely, .-. resolution ..f qustl censure
on thc Lard Mayor Mill be passed sad i?* ire.it.-d ?*y
the Chief Mai-lstr.t!.. willi sllet,,,.. nm the Iden that
nnv kanora trill ne-rue lo the Loni Mayor and sheriff*
Hi s veal may now lu. dlnmlllld. If. ind.I. i.,ca-lon
h.mid arise, nhl,!, i, ??,., ?n|iu,iVi f,?. atti thin*-to
happen ta involve the naaaal dtatrlt-attoa of di-miihs.
NVVil. OFPICRRfl v\M i ?uti | BR l.\\nt'\('FS.
With lefetetKe to the trou'il- ex|*er|etic,'1 lu tln.llng
a Bucoeaaor to c,-amandi r p-or-tt-setas in tba intel*
liu'.ii,,. Iiepnriaent cf the Adiiilrallv. I have ro.elved
several lettera potattag out that ll all :if,xi' *MtB lbs
dllllciiltv in getting a linn imo leis lien-h at Ms
lingers' ends. I am told that the Admiralty I* now
going to tlie oilier extreme In Urta matter, and mak?
ing lt sn dlrtlcult for cadet* on entry Ibut nearly
one-hall the lulim es. m u'd to bc due W Um kal