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ABPKY'K TH EA TR KN-Th* Merchant of Venice.
Ai.'ADKMY UV Ml'BIC - * In OM Ksettscby.
A MK RI' AN KINK A,!T.-r SOCIETY I lAI.I.KP.IKS.
West .*.It_i-st. - I'xMhlllon.
AUmWtWAR THKATHE --* Th.* Prodigal Daughl'
i-i.n,.- rn cathi: 2 v,:. \ ran... Uat.h.
I'P.o.U.WAY THEATRE '-.' H Erminie.
CAR-taffie Mail l? a. ni io g p. m.-Tba Living
CASINO-8:lt?'TSs Princess Nicotine.
?01.PMP.1s THEATRE . 1 i_.n<i ,r the MidsrisrM s*.m.
I,Al.VS THKATUK I BlIS* The Algerian.
IX-Iti; OAI.I.Ill'.V. MU-nt. and .Ih-av..? Exhibition, 10
a. m. to ll p m.
MM Mt SIP 2 .-11- ?> World In Wax.
l.MPirtK TMKATbH I ?:!_ Tba OmawO-ir'a wife.
nm AVKNt K THSATM I VI*. Shore Acres.
OAKDEN THEATRE- _'-s:i.v-The PiefcaBar'a Lava
.SHANI. iKNTPAl. PA LACK?ll a. m. to ll p. tn -Ex?
KARL-EM OPERA HOI'BE . I Vaudeville.
MARRMAWg THEATRE I I Tka irootlsa .*-" .-1.111 __-.
HERRMANN'S TtlRATRR ?-? I King Rim's Daughter
and Phil.pion ml Phi. is.
ll..Vi's MADISON SQUARE Tlill.TRK
ijii'Khiai. MUSIC IIAIX SWA B VaBdsrbls.
IRVIXa PI-ACE THGATRB-S-S:15-l-'allen An.els.
ROSTER ? P.I A I.S _ I Vaudeville.
LTCEUM THEATRE -??._ \n Aasariaaa Duchess.
MADISOM BQUARR OARDRM BltO -SllvlnsUI.
natl,.: ai. ACADRMT Ot rrfflfTTT mhlfdtlSS
Mlll.11>' 2- Bril Olaf
Ptl.MKl! .** THEATRE _ Vi:,- Uti*.
BTANDARD THEATRE ttlS-g^S-ChsHey's Aunt.
?TAR THEATRE-1 s -Silvtnl.
TATTKIvSAl,!.'*-. .V.th-st. and 7th-ave.-IIagenh.rk's
TONY PASTOR*! Tlli:ATRE-2-S-Va,ldevllle.
Hill BTRBBT Til KATI'.K | S Maine aad Oeorsla.
Jnbrx to AOprrtiscmcnis.
Pa ne. Col. 1 Pn ge. I'
Amiisem-nls .ll ;.-i,i Horses A Carriage-.. !?
I Hotels . K
?*?( Instinct ion . s
Marriages * Deaths.
Itoar.i aad Rooms,... ;,
Riislneut .'liane, s_li
I ?<?>.. Int Ara l.-iiiirs.. s
li|vi.|ei,.l No.i, .,. .. .11
l>?.n.esi.i Situ.. Hon.*
Kinan-iHi Kl.- ri..ns. .11
Kin in aa! .Il
Tor Bale. *,
Ko. Sale. ..
H.-lp Wasted . ll
11 Miscellaneous .12
1 N. sr Publications.... N
I', Public Notice. N
4 Real Estate. s
ru. Religious Notices. 7
Hallioads . S
f. a Special Notices. 7
gi Teachers . S
4 The Turf.ll
5 Winter Resorts.ll
I Wot- Wanted..
KST Vl>r TIIIFD \ ol'll. .*>0_ -' 504 3D-AVE..
Z\,'.,. ?"-'? nTii-Avr...
22 TEAKS. I FIFTH-AVE, AND 125TII-ST.
Roll Top Desks and Office Furniture.
? ir.ai Varlet) mt BUM and Mee.
n, u. BBLLBW.
Ne. Ill Prltf-B Tt.. N. Y.
TRIBUNE TilltMS TO MAU. Bl'BSCRlBERH.
1 vear. 0 mos. rt nos. 1 >im. i t*f>y
Kaile 7 day. a week_$i? .... rt:. <?.. fg Sn jin., .
Ilalty, wu'......' Sunday., s .?, i .?? 1 <?, WI Pet*
?>un.la\ Tribune. 'J (a, 1 isl -il _ r.cts.
We. klv Tribune. 1 no . ".ts.
Semi-w.-eWlv Tribune_ 2 ?i . :t ?'*-.
Tri hume Mont hiv . 2 tm ._26 els
Postage prepaid br The Ti Hmas weep! as hereinafter
CITY POKTAOE. The law requires Inst ii 1 real t?>**ik"C<*
-iitmn be affixed to everj rope ..f th- Dally. Sunday,
..?' Sccn-W.-.-i.l. Tribune rustle- for local .l-l.v er \ In
Nft.--Y.rl. City. Tlris *>osinxe must be paid by >n'.>
*.tiIkt. Reaoers ara better served by buying their
Trlbuae from a newsdealer.
roti'I.*.V I-OSTAOK. -To all foreign ...im"i.* fescept
. ?.??.. I am) Mexico,, n cenls -., rafe on The Sunday
TiHasa?. " cetiu .. copy on Daile Baml-Weekl* and
Wp,.'|.. Till. |*n.lM!Je SMISt lm' paid by *-'l!'*??! 11>."
REMITTANCKI* -Kerrill bj Portal Order, E-Preae Order,
<*"i?k. Draft, ..r H<*Kistcie,i Letter. <'-*-'i ? >?? Poe* a I
Nore, if ?mt in sn unregistered letter, viii he st Hi.
BACK NTMRKRH For Bsrk Numbers of lhe Dally and
?eadey pamrs more tiiari ? week old an extra price u
.-hara-i nu .uni of lhe poet .f st
OrnCE- ??r THE TRIBUNE. Main nm ?? ..f The T-il.
iiM,. i.M y is u il., Nc-Yoik Main lll-tofm "Pi-.
1242 ir-...,.!,-,- Addresa all correepowdeare simply
"The Tritiu-.-.'' N.**-Y..rk.
European I iran m. for savert legmen ts ..nly. 1 Norfolk
Street. S-'ii.iii.i. w C., l/>nd..n. Enalsnd.
At the HARLEM OFP-CEB, 156 i:_st One-hundred*
aad-tereatr atti? .-> SH w.-st One-hundred-and-iwealy*
gfth-st. an.l ?!?_>. VV.-st One-luin.lre.l und-foi i> liftli-sl . up
to ? p. m.. al reg I i dh ?? rates
M r.iii. h.' i.taa Myrtle-are., <"t Omrt*sL, I.IM
Tie^f....'.-...- . ur. ii-i.i?.--?c
FOUNDED BT HORACE GREELEY.
TH1KSIIAY. NOYK.MIII.K .:?>. IS!*:'..
Till SEWS THIS MORNISG.
Fotfign--A new French Minis! iv waa fnrtnej,
e-ith M. Btifleoe Spuller as Premier anti Minister
of For"ign Affairs, ssas: Som.* progreaa was
made tuta.tr.i tin- formation <>f a new r.ali.tn
Cabinet, lt !?m.ik reported that Signor Zaiianl-ll:
had aelect-d .Ive ..f his colleagues. Thanks
neie given in the German Relcbatag for tha
failure of attarapta t.? a_arwali_ate Emperor win?
iam and Chancellor von Caprivi. General
Mart-Bel de Campos Bat arrived at Melllla and
1_ expo teil to beirln active operations again*!
thc Rlfliaiis at once. ? ??. . Arrests of AltarchlBta
and seizures of explosives arere mada by thc p '
live of Marseilles; revolutionary placarda arere
posted in E*ai i*1.
Domaatlc.-*E_;-MlnlateT John !.. stevens made
tx detailed i ??ply to Coaunlaaloner Blount'a re
part. - The annual report of the Secretary
of War was made pnhli. . --? The Stat.*
Hoards of Arbitration of New-Jeraey and Nea**
York wet.* in conference arith the leaden of
lhe striir.e and with tlc oflidals of the UchlCh
Valley Kallroad. : fUebop A. Cleveland COge
hui; writtt ri a rseeond open letter lo MOMtgnor
Hatolll. s Mills and factories gre abutting
down or reducing wages becauae ol tl,.* threat*
en.'i tariff ehangaa. The Prealdani ha:-', re*
m.vii Qeorge I). Johnston, a member ?f the
Civil Service CommlMton, and appointed John
k. i't a t .c. nf Kcnttickj', la his place.
City an.l Suburban.?Polk a Captain Tlevery
??*? Indicted by Hu* Grand Jury. - The
Yale and Princeton football teams arrived beta
to pis?' their Kaine to-day. ass l.x-Sia,.- Sen?
ator John J. Kiernan died. - An exciting
meeting of the (-.-ngregiition of the West Free*
-Qrteitaa Church wan h--ld. Tba captain,
his v.i.e end s.,n, and the new of the wrecked
schooner Louisa jl. nundall wen* reecuod l.y
the wrecking tug j. j. Merritt, and brough! to
this city; :h.-v were, with one exception, tak-n
to tba I*.-?:.? terian Hospital. Tba I'.apid
Tram..'. Commtaaton h.-i.i g meotlng ami ,-n
dravorcd to lind an available Hast Side route.
Kxt.-nsive preparations were mad.- for
Celebrating Thanksgiving Hay at public and
private institutions.- Stocks quiet and lr- j
regular. Th.* industrial Bharea were weak and
the railway shares, as a rule, strong and higher.
final ehangea were divided, bm tba advaaeea I
Wtrg the moro numerou- and Important Money
on call was unefeaafOd Jt lf>l*|| per cent.
The Weather.?Indications for to-day: I:,.in
followed by a cold wave. Temi,.-!raine reeler*
day: Highest. 60 degrees; loweot, 40; averac.
Ur. Paikhurst did the righi thing wh. a be
pulled his chargea agalnal Police Captain
Devery before tba Grand Jury, end thc Onad
Jtn'.r baa doiio tho right thing in Indicting
perot*?- ?>n Hie evidence presented D0 ,?!?.,.
(MjHfpe was iKissibic; jiiul the evidence wbkb
c-ouviiictl tba Criuid Jilly will lie eery likely
to convince a triul jury of Devciy'_ neglect ,,f
ilul.r .uni connivance with vice in his ??reduct.
The tBCt or* five convictions for the offence
which Devery ban gaaerted did not exist in his
district csiuuot bot tell powerfully ageing, bim.
11 Ik timinie***' for his pince has laen il.-111011
Rinilod. nnd. without reference to Hie Indict*
lmniK. lu* onght to be (li-iinissi*,! forthwith.
Ur. Hermann M. Biggs, of the Health l)e
|M ri meat, yaoterdoy made a report on the con
Mglotisneiw of ttllMTculoais, which ls eiilltli-tl to
tho Merioiis a lt,?inion of nil thoughtful persons.
He nsserls flint tuberculin*! k is a prevent able
disease, uud wake*, a number of Impoituui
i.mutendatloaa a- t<? the means of preventing
ii. ronaldering ihe birge number of deaths
ranaed by ibis disease nioie than b\O00 in HHS
it is tiine for atringeol ineaauica lo bc taken
tu prevent iis spread, its oaatngkMM character
shoiii.i i?- universally recognlard, ami Hm eon*
siimpiivc placed owler surveillance that will
prevent him from being a source <,f danger io
'lh.' Rapid Trenail Commbadonera gre having
a bard Btragile over (lie qnettlon of a prac*
i.cai.if route foi- an devoted rand on the Knot
side of ihe city. They timi it easy to f*?'t up?
town as lar as i!ic Grand Central Station, bul
beyond that point it is by no means clear sail
iii'.-, ami th.y seem lo think it nee-ssa ry to sc
cure the c.. op.-ia tion of the New -York Central
Itallrond Company. The city has certain rlghta
to the nae of the outside iracks of th? fourth*
ave. 11mil- 1. and these, ii is thought, mi_in be
utilized i.? secure an oiuiei t., the northward,
provided thal iln- big station could i?- mu.ss
fully passed. An elevated mad up I'oiirthave.
io Funy-second-st. would be of comparatively
little value. What is needed is ContinUOtM tl'.iii
sii t<> tlie Harlem mid beyond it.
I.x Minister Slev-is has linnie a ItNBg and
ciini]ii'eiieiisive reply io the rhargea nnd In
siiuiations of ur, Blount'i report. Naturally in*
writes with coiisitlerable feeling, which is .ittsii
lied by the treatment t.? which be was subject?
ed I?y Mr. Blount both in Honolulu and in his
official statement. Most of tlie facts rehearsed
by Mr. Slovens are now familiar to the public:
but they are hen* marshalled in an orderly and
convincing mainer. As * witness nf ihe high?
est character, who was personally rognfamnl of
all ihat took place. Mr. Stevens's testimony far
outweighs thal ol' ihe men whose tales Mr.
BlOUnl aWttUoWCd WitUOUl question, and Whose
character*- Mr. Stevens describes iii plain lau* j
guage. Besides, Mr. Stevens's staleiiieiits arc
corroborated by Mr. Thornton, Preaidenl Dole.
Mr. Waterhouse and many other nnlmprachaWe
a dav rn' non:.
Th.' child givra thanks easily when its hands
ate lill.tl willi sweets. But th" grown mau or
nation may be able tu glee thanks willi bearii
nena cv.-ii when lhere is nol a riot of pros?
perity, 'rile solid and enduring gnlna which
assure Hie means for in my IhankagivlngnMNM
limes com" with pre aenl gacriflcea and rad*
n.<s. For many yeara Thankagivlng luis been
closely associated in tbe minds of lhe people
willi a material prosperity sin h as no oilier
land nuder ih" sun has cnjoy.il. V.i iliai pms
perity has all the lime been threatened by Hie
fanatical prejudice! <>f .me targe beetloo and
th.* Ignorance of a greal body of roten in all
sections. Thlriy yearn and more the land had
enjoyed a National policy, and an entire tren
craii.ni of voters had grown up or arrived from
foreign shores wlthoui the enlightening expert'
enc ?.f any other randi tiona bert*. Meanwhile
the oil" section in which Ibe opinion of lhe
working millions counts for nothing lias been
obsiiualely hostile to the National policy, aird
lins regarded every triumph of Indnatriea in
lliis country as a new assault upon its obaolete
bat si'Il cherished Ibeoriea.
un sii.li a foundation prosperity was always
insecure. There was alwaya a pooalhillty that
ai any general election some minor disagree
mellis gUlong th" friends ..f lin* National policy
mlghl cause its overthrow. There had arisen
al lin- West, als.., a strange species <>f social?
ism, demanding .lass favoritism t<? ihe farm
..wini's. Because (hey could not in tbe nature
,.f thlnga participate as largely as oiii.is iii ihe
direct heiiciiis ufa policy which made tlie whole
Nation prosperous, gome were disposed io reject
its indirect beneflta and lo irv its defeat. Add
ed t.i this was the nus riipuloiis readiness of
opponents to be all Ihlnga to all men: a superior
kind of Protectionists iu New*Kngland gad
ultra I'.ee Traders in Ibe South. l*nr|onged iv
sisiame io throe cuni,iu.il for.es ended in
INK! in a greal defeat. Thal collapse of indus
ilies came wiii.ii bod long been feared.
A year ago Ibe shadow of coming disaster
was pei-cei\e.l |.\ oien who knew the conditions
of Industrial progress. Today, notwithstand?
ing Hie gloom of a disaster grenier than lue
country had previously leen for folly yens .,r
more, iln- Thankagivlng tables tue loaded with
promise. blaaoter has educated millions ai
featly. (J nw I states have reveracil their action
so rtnrprialngly as lo make ii plain ilia) Ibe Igno?
rance of Northern voters, and especially of
working rotera, i** gwlftly puaalng away. Tha
monetary perils which a cbauge of policy threat'
encl bare been greatly reined. Above ali.
ii is reason lor profound thankagivlng ilia, lue
trickery and evasion of more than thirty yeats
have ended iu iii" framing of a Tat iff bili
whick iclls iii.- country what li has :,, pgpeci
li.mi lhe ..-actjonarv party
Tiler.- may be bani lines alu:..! lt is gea ree
ly po-sjble thai industries mn] bualneaa will
.-.?ape seri..us depreaalon during mouths of nu*
certainty, and if Hie pendiug measure becomc
a law. education by goffering and ni.ii may
proceed even more rapidly. Y.i lhe seed is
being sown, even in iii -sc November dais, for
a prosperity greater Mian the country has ever
seen ami nioie certain !'? endure. lol' When Mle
country neil has power to decide between a
National policy and its opponents. Hi., verdict
Will be given ill Mle light of a seVel'e bul pe
culiaily instructive experience. Tin* convic?
tions of the millions will by that time have
become so cooled and so ? lear Ihat. we may
reasonably hope, liny will liol he Bhttkenugnlu
foi- another generation,
.1 E.l.lSD POSTMASTBB-QEXEEAL.
Paetmaatcr-Geaeral Bisseii in his annual re?
port condemn! Mn- ocean mail subsidies as cosi?
ly, nnnccc-Qgry nnd unprofitable, ile rootendr*
ilmt nothing has been gained in ihe expedition
of Ihe mails, and that the a.lvatiiap-s derived
from the t-overnmenl control of the ships nra
loeommensorate with Mic cost of lhe service. I
Tl.is is ti char.i iciisiic expression of Demo- i
eratic hoslilily to Mic -hipping interests of Mle
countiy. The legtatatlon of which be com j
plains has brought a creal transatlantic lim
nnd' i' Hie America.i Ha-, bnt he thrives in,
plcaoura Cram patriotic reflection. Ile cnn only
(?..uni Mic pool ami estimate what would be
the gnvlng il' Mk- mails were carried un.hi
What a penny wise, narrow-minded account
nut is this Postmaster Ceiicra]! Ile m-vcr
pauses to consider how much cheaper il will he
to create an auxiliary navy Mien to Continue
liidcllnitely tlie const ruction of cruisers for thc
Navy. The Bails mid New York willi the
new steamships now building in the Cramp
yards will be at the service of Mic (Joveriiincut
for any emergent'J. Tiny will carry Hie flii?
Into l.iiKlish, I'Tcnch ami Belgian harbors and
I'evive^he prestige of the American commercial
marine, yet will COftatltUte -,t reserve naval
ni.uad.oti of blgh speisl ami cmvidicy. With
an auxiliary navy ,,r this kind increased from
year to yen*. I. w-*| ??. ,llm,.).).SMarv ?, |,uii,]
cruisers fm- the (loveinnieiii ,n .-.eat cost and
thN to maintain then, |? H,...vi(l. nl *.,..,vv (.x.
Dense. The subsidies, cVe? |f ,,?.,,. ?.,.,,, mp di
ict gain in mall service, would be iucouaid
embie ta compariaon arith lhe cost of the
cruisers which will practically be dtaplaced.
There was a time when Mic Democracy wa*
capable of taking broad view* of ocean mull
paymenta. li waa under lhe Adn.h_tatrat.oua
I of Presidents Pierce ami Buchanan, when Ihe
Kngltafa policy of pnying liberally for mail car?
riage was vigorously carried out. A Democratic
-V.lniii.1st 1:11ion is as blind lo Ibe interests ol'
American shipping as ii is unpatriotic. While
profeaalag to revise the tariff bo as to carry
1 American exports into Ihe marketa of the
world, it gutngontaea every effori t<? reatore th*
commercial marine and thereby lo develop ihe
Nation's foreign rommel. Fanatical In Ita
Servile devotion ti. the I'ree Trade pcli'i"S
which England aelftahly dealree the United
states 1.) .adopt, ii is utterly ttn-Kngliab In its
J opposiiion to illus,, gtateamanlike roeonarea con
sisteiitly followed ity fSreal Britain during lhe
I last half-century in eatabltahing n commercial
vt it j: rs ix ess.
The theory upon which Democracy is revo*
lutloniaing lhe Protective gyatem after Ihlrty
yean <>f prosperity is ih.n both conaumera nnd
the productive Intereata of tbe country will be
benefited by radi.-al chongea, Tbe gctentific in*
1 veatlgntlon of prlcea conducted la*t year by
| the Renate Finance Committee offered Indis?
putable evidence Mint conaumera bad not sm'
fcici from Protection. Prlcea were never lower
Mian when the American people deliberately
put the Democratic party in power io reverse
economic policies which in their general opera?
tion bad promoted National prosperity. Whether
prices WOlllli be still loWcl' al LT thirty .Lai's of
revenue tariff ami Free Trade is a contro?
versial matter. Dxpe.i.'Uco alone can determine
ii. Ap ii i. i.ov..\.r, from ihe consumer's j-'aius
or looses umi. r tbe revolutionary Democratic
policy, lhere ougbl noi lo be any dlfferoi.a <>f
opinion reel.Ung Mic expediency and neceasity
of ordering tariff changea so far as is prac
licable iu sii.li a way as lo promote and slim
niaie productive Intereata, agricultural, mining
ami manufacturing. Thia is what Democracy
deliberately and wantonly lefitses t<> do,
iis thc.it is that manufacturing Induatrica
will bc greatly ai.iel by wbni i' 'alls free raw
materials, and that Ihey will be enabled lo
compete with Kurope in ile- marketa <.f thc
world, thereby obtnining Immenae compenaa
Mons for iinv pomible iltaplnccmoul of Ibelr
products In Ihe home market. I.< t us waive all
controveratal mailers, ami for Mi" nuke i?f Ibe
argumeni gnni lhal lhe theory may lie ciirreet.
Ought imi Democracy iu Introducing ibis rad
kal change "f policy to do everything in \\<
power lo op.-n th" foreign marketa IO AurTi.au
manufactures and tann produce! If Ibe Na
Mon is to gain abroad nnd< r a I ?? m?>. mlle tariff
more than it taeea r.t h. nothing should be
left lill.'..lie lo faVOr tile illt.-iv-.ls ..f lhe e\p.e|
trade. With Ibe exception of Kngtand il"' for
eign m uk is ar.-.1-f. h.i.-.i by Protfctloutai lar
iffs. li.rm,ny. France ami Hie oilier < ..uti
nentnl nations do noi reins Meir tarin* willean
making diplomatic coui|Kirta b.i**?*l upon n I
ju ..iii >? prtafMplca or maximum and minimum
acbedulee. Why should Ditmicracy give away
Ihe American mark.-t lo all comers with..ur ar
ranging lhe beal poa-dlde lenna willi foreign
i ;..\ ernmenis .?
Tbe llnri-'U Administration demonstrated
how easily Mps e..id.I be done, l'...\ sugar oas
place! . "ieht I..nilly ii|>..|. rle- 1...- li-i fur 'le*
lieu.-lit i.f < o i-une rs Tn liles were ie ."lintel
in the course of a Bingle year covering over IW
p.-r c.-nt of ibe imi>? ?? i< ? I Hilgar supply. I le- con
lumera were beneUteil, and al Hm- same lime
arrangements were nrnde for facilliatlng lhe
introduction and mle of lue prodttcia >?! Ana ri?
can farms .ml factories in foreign .'?uni: *
Thc Demo racy ran do u greal di al in ihe n.
direction if ii lil."*, lt can ptare Wot il, ."..I.
iloll ole, copper, Jerld .ile. ll 1 III I ?> I. gall rilli .l-l
cultural produce on ibe free hs- subject :.. ibe
I conditions of equitatde reciprocal Iradi ii can
' nae Ihe greal American markei aa n bur f??r
i o|M>ning foreign marketa, precisely ns (!i>ruiaiiy.
Anatrta-Ilungary, Italy, France ami oilier Kn
, loperin iriti'Uls brue ?!..||e ll ..in li- >,.l ir: i ? ?
?j sdi.--- .-I lt.--:|.i-o. iiy conventions on give-niul
take princi|.l- *. and .1., \. i.\ uni' li lo nhl Aiueli
j can manufacture* and faun produetB In forcing
an entrance luto foreign markets, ii ran do
this, bm ii will noi li ls determined tn have
"revenue reform" and .'rec Trade excltl ii'ly
on Kngllah lines.
" Nob..:ly earea two gtrawa," exclnimetl l.or.1
Kaltabnrj ?' llaallugg, "ai...ni gcttiug ita* com
men lal favor or nreai Britain WI ii is the
reason of ihat) li u Dial In \\<K- i...i? l ? lIronI
Britain bas deliberately stripped tai If nf lim
arinoi- and Ibe weapona by whick lim Lanie is
fought." The armor and wen|iong lu common
us.- among Dallons are tariffs gronudtil h|m-u
borne iiidii-irie*. Democracy is tani iijnhi tiis
tinning ibe Salina and reduct rn* it in helpletw
n-ss in making cninmcrclnl treal lea with fot-elgu
(invernmenta. li will giveaway ihe American
markei io lb*, wool growt rs of A ubi ra lin and Itat
I'lnie c.iiuiri'-; to ibe Canadian lumbermen,
Rshci nun, mine ow in: s nnd farmers; lo Hie
Knglbdi copper syndicates iu illili, ihe lead
producer-* of Mexico and Ita* sap ral., rs of the
W'.si indies; mid io th,, manufacturing Inter
rafa of Kurope with cheap labor behind them.
Dcm., cracy si.iuds before Ibe Vat lon like Hie
Scriptural daughter >.f Ihe h..ine li?-.-ii. crying,
"dive, give.*' li will not ruler i.Ilptomatlc
negotiattani with any Hov. rnmenl foraeeuring
coinpciis;iii.,ns for tariff rrdortlona. it will not
levy dutlea upon anybody for ibe sal.r any
thing that can be gol b, ii. ||g .adv mel ta si
ol' cotKinering ibe foreign marketa ls ibe nn tm
diti>.I surrender ol' Hie home market lo all
coiners. Huck loyally to I'ic Trade principles,
as I ...r.i Salisbury .yni. ally remarked, may !??
loyal, but it is not business.
Tl Eli IMI l\ HU.I.EA \i E.
Proteata ay.,inst ita* religious iutoleranee <>f
Tnrkiab ofllctota, If not of Ibe Hnbllmc Porte
iiscif, nre gfrongly renewed, nnd doubtless with
good cause, ruder ihe reign of Hi" preacnl
amiable ami liberal minded Nallan many re*
forma have hen wrougbl in various depart
m. nts of the aduiinir-iraiion. go timi Mic deca?
dence of Mi" Ottoman empire, ii ii nag nol
been altogether checked, has become h-aa rapid
than in the recent pant. Bal the religious
fanaticism on which the Kmpire was founded is
Hie most pei'sisieui of .Maliom. lau character
letica, ami this bootlllty loarard "tbe giaour"
shows Ho g|gn Of relenting, hill seems even to
grow mole bitter ami more ominoua. lu Ar
mema and etaewberc in Asia .Minor ibn nllghl
of Cbriattana, native or alien, is more desperate
Mian for many a year Outrage! indescribable
and wholesale massacres are of frequent oe*
clllTciice; som-lillies done by hiwhss bands.
unhindered ami nupnutahed by Ibe ofQctala, and
pertwpa as often by lhe otfcvra tbcruaelven, ai
lug nuder pretegl of the law. In Kunqiefl i
Turkey the nrronga of (*hriattana are lean dead?
ly, but are siiii e\e. ssii.iy annoying.
There |k. fog ngample, a crris.uship over
books mid newopnpara in aome respects actuni1*r
worse Mimi (hm iii Bogala. Sal only arr nil
?Wh prints in lhe malta _itil.fl, cviiaiucil, and
often mutilated pr i-onlUcated, bul a similar
ircaluicut is uccorded io all carried by tiuvd
j lera iu their baggage. Sometimes a traveller
i will be detained under surveillance for several
days While bbl pocket Hilde is cxamimd, page
by paget ?????? the paaaaftn ofennlve to Ila*
bntnetnna Idotted or lorn our. Booka on btatory
j and geography it Vt practically Iropoaalble to
I gel imo the country wiMioiit serious mutilation.
I Nominally, there ki ? provision that wlien one
' copy <-f a certain book lias hedi examined timi
j approved other epics of it may come iu with
' on, .blay or hindrance. Practically, however.
I each oopy must undergo full scrutiny, and often
j ..ne will be condemned after many exactly Ilka
1 it have paooed lhe custom house unocuthed.
This, however, is by no means the worst or
the ens... A year or two IgO I decree was
I iaoned forbidding the holding of any sd.I or
any reUgkma aervleea in any building nol tor
malty llcenoed for the purpose by an Imperial
arman. This wns a groan notation <>f the righto
' of missionaries, as defined in Ihe capitulations,
j and it wrought gW?*i hardships. The cost of
? ettlng a Orman, and Ott lime required about a
year- drove many in despair to close their
j s.ho,,|s and chapels. Tims,, who did liol, but
I kept on with their Work as before, were sum
manly treated as dongerona criminals, and cast
imo prison. Two individual cases may be
cited. Hue is thal the Armenian Protestants
, of I 'otistanlinoplc. who tire both numerous and
j wealthy, have been trying for ten years to get
a Orman for a place of worship, and have mn
y.i gol it. The oilier is thal a venerable and
; estimable priest of th.- Greek Church etalttng
| Constantinople was found to have among bia
baggage a history ..f Turk.-y which stale! thal
when iii" Turks captured I'onotantlnopie, four
lum.ired years and more ago, they treated th'"
Christian inhabitants cruelly: and for this awful
dime lt.- was condemned t>> Imprisonment for
The Rulla0 himself may liol even know of all
these thing*-, it is aiuii.si certain that be docs
not approve them. I: may he that he is power*
Ic-s io proven) Ihem. Bul ai lenal iu bo far
iis they are a violation <>f Mic capitulations, all
Intorceted l*owera arc entitled to protest agnlnat
I ihem in th" linet rigoroua nccenta known t<>
diplomacy. And geeing that Turkey in Kurope
exists, mid iris long estated, only on sufferance.
it Should ..Mainly be pOOKible lo persuade the
Sublime I*..H.- thai ih.- continued Integrity of
the Kmplre Ilea in th" direction, nol cf bigotry
and persecution, but of liberality and faithful
oheervancc of both Hie letter and ibe spirit <?f
Mic i Bpltulationa.
Ul:, i tn DIET RHAPSODIZES
Wu Mr Frederic u. Coudert The Tribune
has nlwaya lia.I a liking bordering on fond
n -.-- i, i* ii..i singular iu thai regard. M.'.
I'omi erl ba- ie. .ii.mies .'.ml iruopa "f fri.inls.
IL* s, nels nmoug Mic lind, rs ,.( the bar. is a
genial gentleman, tlc rery pink of courtney,
and bis after dum. r ?j...', les ai.- literary gctUM.
; As a politlt ian. however if Indeed a gentleman
' who only hrowaeg "ti Mi" Bowerfug fringe of
lhe p-'liii'-al Held .'.iu be called a politician he
som. Mm.s ciifii**. s ami be wi kiera its. Ile put*
no uni'h poetry Into ins politics! Tbe feathers
of Mi.- mngnlllceni Wnl that perched rceploudeni
over the famous Peacock Dinner wbhh the
Manhattan < lub gave to S.n.it..r Hill lu Inmi
ari. 1**'.?_'. Wde n.-t toole gorgeous than the
, willi:** >.f Mr. < '"'ld. I .'s fri lr. v wiidi liny an*
I... 'iici for flight on tlie -ubi. .a nf iii" great
I.**-, the ?_:...-I.-? --**. ile- b weet noaa, tb" undying
patriotism and Hie lni|."i isiuii.|e ia, ..i,i ..r lhe
Democratic party. rm* be is as mueb a Demo
.i.t a* M..\id B. lilli hiui'.. If. and his ihap
| s.mII.- ..ii tit" theme ai" wild!', we might al
ii.*: s.v reckl?ly, poetical They read like
; blank *.r-e. Might >.,?:!. bc get lo music and
j remit ntl in opera.
Mr f..;i.|.', is one "f ;b" algnera >.f Ibe rall
lat.ly i-*n.^i i,, "right-feeling Democrata*1 for
lan organixatlon ngalm*! tbe present loaders of
I ib.it pariy in the Hla te, chief of whom, leader
"f I. ml, i- md P."*s .,i Boaaea, la Senator David
15. Hill. An Interview with Mr Coudert "ii Ibis
sui.ic t appeared in "The New-Vork World"
nf Wednesday, Therein he staten rely clearly
Billi cn. is. ly his \i.-u-, :i> |o the neccaalt) for
- fr.le- position of I atlera and the
control >.i Hr.- |wrij tbe nicu win, have ile
mons! rn tit! their " nuttiness ' anti their "In
; Cil(Welly "',' W..I'-"" I'la.in this li pa .-cs IQ the
j conslilcrnHou nf Ibe grandeur >>f ibe Uemocratlc
pally. Herc be becouiea eloquent. "The Detu
... 'alie part) ," lie tay . ?? |s ami ever has been
He- line pany of the |.pie, The record
w Ind her in \ I, lorj i r lief ea I i* one licit need
bring 'he blush nf -dinnie io no man's cheek.
li rai**. .1 Mc- \';:!..n ivheu ii llehl |MiWer lo be
..ne ..f ih. leading natlons ..f thc earth." This
is powerfully pm li is .al.iiln%d io Bend a
thrill ol' pride t,, ibe lt.art of every Dcinocral
win. ta-llevea iu Cu. ral .lack-.ai, v..Ld for
.lame* Kitcha na ii and baa si.i i.y "ii.r
gnnitaiiou" front Ta.I In Croker. To ta*
sure, ii was ri, n limiter of fact lhe pan> al
ways ..I *!i\? i..e.i.cs nml stave tabor again*!
lhe working i.pb- who couailtuiod ilu> ma
.jori iv: mid Ibe conililinii in which ii lefl Ibe
i-oiiniry iu is..', kinkrupi lu Treaaury ;l#'l '">l
idiii- lo dis.-ouni.ni and ruin willi nearly every
l?..craik* Sta:.' in an.I rebellion hardly
n'arranta Ihe unger!kin Ibnt ii had "rntaeil the
Nntioii to I.ie of ita- lending iMihma of \\i'
.null" ; Inn il must bc ivuidub. iel lien poelr>
la entirely iud. pend, m of klatory, and when
Mr i'..udell Imlnlgea iu rhnpoody over the |>em
orval lc paiiy lie does uni permit blmaelf lo be
hampered by fad-.
"Hid as Ibe pally is." |M' i ? .ut i iin.-s. "il is
young as c\cr. for ps principles me linutor
ml" 'tilts. I,,.., is line, a greal many Demo
.r.iis rote the regular ticket every yea,- no mat
t? !? who makes it or abo is in nomination.
Tilden or Tw.ed. cleveland or Hill, because the
party is so ..ld and berni*.' their fathers and
grandfathers before Mi in did lhe same. And
of curse age dos count for a great deal,
whether yoi! lind il iu a wine ellar or on a
Bah stall, siiii. ii mual alwnya appear to the
discriminating mind thal Mm age which lin
proves Wilie does liol very Ulrich |l"||, |||e
Mr. i ..udell, v.e repeat, nlwaya (alka w.n.
What h.- naya aboul ihe men win. two roora
ago "occured control ..r the Lcgtatature by
liie.lslll'es .H..I pr.lcliccs Which it ls not ph'.lSIIII
io rt-faearae" ia not only well said, but true
und m.t a whit loo aevere. lu Ibis respect we
give it ih.- preference, ir we may !?? permitted
lo mal..' lin- comparison, over the wellcoii
celved and graceful uiteian.es willi which he
w.l ..incl Sdiaiot Hill |n thc Maiihatian Club
ai the Peacock Dina r, nol quite two years
?go, <>ii Mini i .ci- ion, Senator Hill having al?
ready " sc; tiled Control of Mic Legislature by
measures and practtcea Whick ll is iel pleasant
lo rehearse." Mr. Coudert gold Mic result had
been accompllahcd " because v.e wen- fortunate
in haring a man Min kiu-u m. fenr. He eu
coiiiiid-ed greaicr misrepresentation, eocoun
ici'eii and rioked greater obloquy, Mian almost
any mau in Ihe btatory of our Slate, but he did
his duty, ami ii .s largely io thal fact thai Hie
Democratic party in thc jftate is to-night lu the
enjoyment >>r ita fullest lights." Kow wasn't
that well said? All about the same Mnic-hon
ot'cl party, too, And HcMtOC Hill enjoyed it
c. r so much.
But that waa two year- gn. Mr. Coudert
talks just as well now ns he did then. Yes. Ilet?
ter. it Isn't so much what he BBJB, though, as
it in Mu- fgny he says lt.
.I.V ASXIOVB lSVETATloy.
Encouraged hy the defeat of Maynard and the
Stale ticket made by Mic Democratic Imsses, Ibo
Anti-Snapper faction of Democrats has Mundud
a loud call to arms, mit! has invited all Demo?
crats to whom Hie machine is offensive to Join
iu a scheme to reorgaotae the Dnnocratte party
in this Slate. No fair-minded person can re?
fuse noorat to tlie indict mont which these
Anti -Snappers have drawn against their party,
li is true in all it say* ami implies. The worst
nf ii is. however, that the aims and motives
as.iibi.l io Mic machine are characlet'lstie of the
Democratic party. Arrogant, bad and brutal as
th,- machine ta, it nevcrtheiera represents its
party. It has succeeded on that account, and if
its chance ot success has gone, the Democracy
is a minority party, and nothing that men who
believe in different methodt cnn do will avail
to save it. The line that divides the people
into panics denotes as much concerning their
morn! as their merely political views, and the
Democratic party, naturally and historically.
Is the i,any of those who stand on a low moral
plane. It may not ho, indeed, it is not. the
case that all smli persons vole tba Democratic
ticket. There tire Republicans WOO hold un?
orthodox views as to currency queottooa and the
tariff, bm nobody doubt! thai the Republican
parly is the parly of Protection and sound
Qnanctal iden. As little Can it be doubted that
it is Mi,, party of public morality.
Tile leadership of which ih.se Ami Snappers
complain has been for a decade supreme in
their pany, aud has led i; lo victory after vic?
tory. Tilde WM never a day iu all those years
wheo its depravity waa open to the small?
est doubt. Hut did Mu- Democratic porty hesi?
tate to follow it on tli:it account'.- < ?n the con?
trary, was not its alni.,.*! avowed Immorality,
its frank contempt for decent public opinion,
lin- v.ry quality which gave it atreugth and
enabled it to build up Mu- tremendoua machine
which has held it in power ami lifted its lead?
ers, ineii devoid of education, devoid of any?
thing reaembling statesmanship, into the hilli?
est places of trust and honor? Who can sup?
pose that such a mau as Hill could have polled
as much as one half the itrength of lhe Hepub
Hcnn pilly for C..vernor of New-York? That be
or Murphy could ever have received from a Re*
publican caucus Mic nomination for SdiatorV
tn- ibm Bitch Incapacity and dull moral per?
ception as l'l..wei's could have found more
than a corporjl'a guard <>f followers iu a Ki-- I
publican convention? Tho nomination of nny
man of tinir quality or calibre by a Kepub*
lit au machine would have lefi the pulls on Elec?
tion Day almost as bare of K. publican roten
as a lice nf leaven at Christmas. Hut iu the
Democratic party they not only gel lenderahlp.
Th.y ar.* not merely tolerated as machine
i."-*.s. They nre followed with entbnataam.
They .'i;e culled siatesuieii. mid ai" sent to the
S.-naie t.? say "1 done" for 'I did." an.l lo
Mic KlerUlive Mansion ai Albany io explain
naively how they once stole a dollar and bow
i, is coii*c|Uently right mid just io steal an
We mention Iheae iiiiuirs. not in tbe wish to
dlacotirage throe good Democrata who are try?
ing to abotlah the brid otic*, bul to show i tl. Ill
what it is that they must abolish if they are
going to do anything of permanenl value. They
mual gladioli Mi,* tendency ami dtapoeltloo in
Heil- puiy which mak.s immoral leadership
allia, live They eau get up a faction, of course,
'lhere me malcontents and ambitious ofl-CC
seekers enough for timi. Hut what will it
amount lol What will it do neal fall when
Oovernor Kluver ind Mayor tilfaroy are renom
imii.d. or men ot their kind put forward to
illuotmte Democratic purpoaral Will it be a
...us. icu. e fUction then? Will it go to the |K.|ls
with a Republican hallo! and beat i's party
into good behavior.' li is all well enough to be
moral now. twelve [-toulba iu advance of the
.?lection. Hu' will its morality stay willi ii
when it cornea t>, rote. The Mill Murphy ma?
chine is as Impudent i"d;'v aa i: was when it
nominated Maynard. His defeat is noi a month
..ld. bm already ii ;*; piiul-hltig indi who failed
I., ob.y ps ordera in Iii- behalf, and Flower.
bm ever, i* ii-: obedient tod. lt is ma likdy to
I..- unh.ii*".! in me ir"\t Plate convention, nor
as the result of .nie defeat ?.;i Lleclion Day.
Iii" movement of Mir' Anti Snappers lucius
nothing unless it means a Hgbl io thc Billah.
Have Republlrana anything to be thankful f..r
t...i... ? wm, certainty. They can be thank?
ful thai ibe countrj ic' accumulated during
th" last year s>> lari:.* a Block of practical ex?
perience willi li.-ti'" ir: . lb.i, the lOSSOn Will
aol h.- forgotten for u generation.
*, ,..r. -|".tid-rn complain- tba: Tl:.- Tribune
b.s .lune grave Injustice to Juatlce Barnard in
iis ...ten:'Mis ni-..n the Gravesend outrage?*,
That, certainly, aaa no! intended, ami v.e foll
ti lind In .ur .0lamas lh.* pei s..na| ensure to
which reference is made. Wa have considered
the dela) ia dealing with McKane mest un*
fortunate, bul we lune no! Intended in any oray
to i. ii ? ! upon tb.- character "f Juatlce Barnard,
ii- doubt leas signed the order fm' th" arrant of
McKane aird tire other tawbreakeea as aoon
as ir araa'preeented to kim, and such delny as
Her., lue: I., en has been calmed by tba counsel
in the rant, who have deatred t" prepare the
papers requisite for Initiating tba proceedings In
tb.- Btrongesl poaatbta way. Thora has been
Ragranl contempt of court, ami good ctttaena
U,:.l ii m..si difficult ?." restrain th.ir Impatience
over what appaara t>> have i.a unnecessary
delay. _ _
wm Bli choke tbe'tiger, or will tba tiger
?Cratch out Kli's eves? We life Hot p int; to
say before the game begtna, bot scratch or
choke, we think lt will bc a greal name, and we
kin-w that several thousand peopta will ho
glad th''., rr,,iv the fun.
The Board ihat conducted the trial <>r the
commerce destroyer Columbia has figured out
the Official .-ped to be __'.S kllols. Which OlII
.daily recorda her as ti", fastest war cruiser
afloat, in giving "eradu t.. whom credit la
.in.'" the fact seems to have been lost sight :
of, up i" tic preoanl time, thal tho Columbia
is a developmi ni of ? Republican Congram, she
la one of tbe titra shies autbortoad bj the Houaa !
Committee on Naval Affair.-, of which ("ongre.M- ,
mun Charita A.. Boutflta, B member of the
preoanl committee, was then chairman. S'l for
as the Columbia waa concerned, it was upon
Mr. Boutollo'i motion that tha minimum apeed
requirement for tha Columbia wns changed from
M to ll knots, a knot more thnn lind ever ben
demanded Mr. Boutelta held that if the rnitci
Sinter- was to make a specially Of building a
fast ship, it should be the fastest, where orion
tim Engineering Bureau of Um Navy, wboaa
Mkllful cm. tiuetoiH art entitled to the greatest
poaatbta i redlt, danlgntd ber power for .i.r,
koota apeed, if Mr, Boutelta, who was nt ona
time an OJBOOT of the Navy, had not Insisted on
tba chaim.' <>f minimum to :M knots the vessel ??
sp.-. ,1 WOUld have been less than _D knots; but
Mr. Boutelta has alaraya taken great pride la
helping th.- Navy, aad studying its every in?
Tho ornata and itaganl Ntw-Torh Itati build?
ing on the World's Fair grottUda has been sold
fur Mic lu. ii;ni-?. ant sum uf IUW. lt seems a
great pity that the plan announced not long*
ago of preserving it in permanent material oa
the lake front could not have been carried out
The good work of the Children's Aid 8oclety
la opportunely brought to the attention of the
public at the ThinkBgivIng season. The so?
ciety has Just heard the record of the last year
as set forth in Its forty-first annual report.
The amount of good which It has accomplished
in that period can never be fully told. It la
only faintly auggeated by the atatement that
during this time lt has expended the sum of
J7.197.977. The money outlay ls really the
smallest part of the expen ture. The time
and patience and thought and care which tha
faithful agents and workers for the society have
put into their labors cannot be estimated. The
1 wards have been great, and the efforts of
the society will be only Increased by the con?
sciousness of what has been accomplished In
"You are engaged In fraud and robbery." naya
the Ways and Means Committee to thc sugar
producers of the country, "but lt being impossi?
ble for you to reform at once, the Court gives
you eight years in which to taper off from high*
way robbery down through housebreaking,
grand and petty larceny, chicken stealing and
the less objectionable methods of peculation to
the calm level of an honest, upright life, whick
needs no protection and is its own defence."
p Ensay al.
Miss Sarah Wentworth, of Boston, who .upet
Intended at the World's Fair a model kitchen on
the principles laid down by Edward Atkin.-.,n for
his "Aladdin" cooker, hus now been Invited to
take chance of lhe cooking for IMA person- at
ile- Iiufre Illinois Insane asylum at Kankakee. Khe
The Kev. .lohn Alden and his wife, of Provi?
dence, are to celebrate to-day the sixtieth an*
Bteeraary of their wedding. Mr. Alden ls
one of the oldest ministers of the Baptist de?
nomination, and has been actively cngagc.1 in Ita
*-v.,rk until within a few yearn, lt Ih proposed by the
friends of tin- age.! couple to give them a sub?
stantial testimonial on their anniversary. Mr. AUlen
ts a descendant of John Alden, of the Pilgrim
Miss Kate Irwin Wheelock, of Wisconsin, has a
peculiar vocation. Hy profession she is a teacher
of whist. She ls a native of Green Bay, but re?
moved to Milwaukee ten years ago, and became 4
'l.rk in a large store. She did not like the drudg*
? ry and went West, taking up g land claim ia
Dakota. She tired of that and returned to Mil?
waukee, to begin teaching whist. She has made 4
comfortable living oul of lt for eight yt um.
A llfe-Blzed marble bust of Governor Bussell, of
Ma**achu_etts, lg to be presented to the State and
ll.i'cl in a niche at the State House in Boston.
Laat ?tr/tag som twenty of the Governor's friends
subscribed a sum of money for this purpose, and
selected it. c. Drooka, of Quincy, to execute the
commission. The bust was Halalled a little while
Mrs. Casey Tlncher. ninety years old, went to
? 'nrlisle. Ky., the other day to draw her pension.
She walked twelve miles, and seemed no more ex
haustad than .1 woman of thirty would have been.
She walks to town at least one. a Week.
Mrs. .lohn A. Aikins. of Philadelphia, has the pei
with whleh Retort Parkes, of Kn-fla nd. Inscribed
tba names of the children who attended lhe first'
Sunday school in the world, ut years ago. it is a
goose quill, an.l ls s somewhat cumbsfasBM thin-*,
lilli- lii.lic* krna -1 ri-1 Bl.appad In y.-llow silk, loo*
. :..:. ?! willi small colored ti...-* beads.
Th.* youngest child ef a Revolutionary soldier ls
suppose.1 to be ex-Ju.I^e .l.-iemi.ih Smith, an In?
structor in the Harvard Law School. He ls fifty
six years old. Ills father was Judge Jeremiah
Smith, of New-Hampshire, who was one of tha
in..*t prominent figures In the early history of that
State, and who entered tba Revolutionary Army at
the aga of seventeen. His s..n w..s born when he
ara* seventy-eight poora old. Tia preaaal Judas
Bmlth has b.en a member of tte .New-Hampshire
Supreme '"urt, but roatgaod on account of Ul
h.ultu lu ,"71.
THE TALK OR THE DAY.
According to "Hardware" some authorities oaf
that the prices of nickel and silver will eventually
cross each other. Th.y ...ruc that nickel is moro
u*. ful, lu scarcer, and BOI BO readily produced, and
that as silver ls used more as a symbol of wealth.
Its value in that direction will gradually depreciate.
In mich an ?vent there i-r p long road, because silver
Iras lu it th.- tradition ,.f agoay and the poorer
.lasses of the world would be actuated in Its use ss
the rich hive ben. ard for a long time the down?
ward course would kt .tay d by this sentiment
Precaution "Wbat'a the must huuttla' ti"-" t*t
kin do till a mon'"' ask.! thc Janitor, as one of
th.- tenants entered the building.
? I don't know I suppose an anonymous lotter
I* aboul the most disagreeable thing known."
"Th.-l's it. I'll rind wan to ,'lanty. EH way or
Itisuliln' m.* -aaht neigh! he kerri round an' mt
the whisker og m foot OMI arrolla hun un aaoay*
ecus letther thal he can moBa bo mistakes
If he fales loik.' folghtln'. be gob OMI *-"ISn ***?
1..line tm lt." (WaaWagtoo Star.
The cordi,.' scandal, which Ira* only recently at?
tracted SO modi attention rn .'relier, ottiiial tirclea,
se.ms to be < otnaKlous. I* havtiiK sproa.l to Kng
land. and ls nov* stirring up I'.'iglish professional
ctrdea aad ra_Haaaaat a coal-Battas ?.>s ap
polnted aa loaf IgO as July. ive*, to lanarlgali and
I pori oa .-\|l"lv.s s'ih.intte.1 l.y order of the
commander in. hi. f. but lt ls now chanted that the
. . imii,'e "BOUfil to make au honest i^nny" for
thomaotvoa bf aatag their ad-riot poatt-SO to secure
tl..* adoption of "cordite." a pars-dor invented by
member* of thc coii.tnilt- ,, tba intention being to
make a protit mit of th- eoatlOl 9t lhe foreiua
Hope for Ititi, Still. Salvation Army ' M.m-My
fl lend. If \oll v. Ill take tills little -OS* and re.-Kl
II through careful!) it au) awobaa roa toa Wt
? LMgnifted Straogar air. l an 1 aralaoBBr al ap
i.iicl h..uulci.es m ., theological seminary!
Salvation Army .Man (With cheerful persistence)
I wouldn't be disc..ur.iced on thal account, fil.-tnl.
There's |uod news lu that little book tor you, just
the same tChlcpgo Tribune
The Madrid .Gov. 1 rmi'm. "ii account of the
trouble* in .Morocco, lins eail-d in the military
rsa..rcs "f 1Mb WW gad tabb and brought all ita
regiments to a full war footing. The Spanish Army
of Bra! line, and ready Wt tathra s-mce. eOB-Priaai
iher.r.'ie IfSRW tOBB and 14JM horses, with iU
ooo save Tin: qkebn.
a Mugwump li> ?,n.
Sovran Kanaka sweet,
Wc kneel io kiss thy feet,
ilunil.lv thy grace entreat.
With lowly mini;
Long aa our tonguoa can wag,
Never t., erv they'll lag. m
"I,.,v.n wiih that Yankee Hag!"
Qod save Ibe QOOBBl
Honond all names al-ove,
1 BUT dark Hawaiian dove.
Sh.- and hot lights o' love,
Spoil, ss ami clean;
Kor lett.-il.s and rum.
idols and opium.
Kor vice and h? .ithendom.
Cod saw UM Queen!
Be missionaries shot.
1.. 1 freedom po t<> pot,
Lei clvlll-utlon rot.
So thou art so t,
I'pon thy throne in pride,
Mab sile, suety, wl'le,
Th.', half-breed by thy side;
'tio.l save the Queen!
Monarchs arc all too few,
Perl-di the patriot crew,
nf sovrans the flower.
Quick come the happy hour
That sees thee back to Banar!
Cod save the Queen!
Tile castle and park of Monte Cristo are a-lvew
tl.-.al for sale at a judiciary auction In the Pslali
(lo Justice of Paris. The cr-stle was built by tho
elder Alexander DgMMb lu the village of Port
Marly, along the road to St. Cermaln, and named
uft.r Ids famous novil. There ls In thc park a
mini-dun- Chattan d'lf, in the middle of a llttla
pond, and tecilllng to mind the Medlterran.*-.
prison tn which lived Edmond Pant.B. thc hero of
thc novel, who became Comte de Monte Cristo.
Tba lagal advertisement statis that the whole do*
main will he offered ni auction, upon a first bid
Another View of lt. -Argumentative nemocrit*
T.-II von lt was an Infamous thing lo dell*rona
that what's-her-name oueen out there In the ?"?"?""?
w'.h Islands! Cleveland did exactly righi when
be refuaed to recognise ihat upstart ilovernmeni
and put lhe Queen back ra her throne!
Argumentative Recubllcan-Bul lt s.ems he Imsn t
inn the oneil, back on her throne, and that ma
-Holster did recognlao ti? upstart <--,v**rn?f".-;
Argument atlve ivemocrai ihccomlnt* ex.ueii,
Tiren aw-what thc gan mn ??*?!,nE___2__;
publicans kicking up all this fuss aboulT-tCntCBgO