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8ATITRDAT, .ll'LY 11. Ml*
THE XEW8 THIS U0RXIX0.
FOREION-The Anglo-French compllratlona
tn Nowfoundland are rapldly assum'.ng a aeri
oob aapeot. = A dlnner waa glven by the
8port_' Club, of London, to the membera of
Yale'B Henley crew. _=== The Anolent and
Honorable Artlllen Company, of Boaton. were
entertalned by the Prince of Wslss at Marl
DOMB8T1C?The Democratlc Natlonal Con?
ventlon nomlnated Wllliam J. Bryan, of Ne
braaka, for Prealdent; an adjournment was
taken until to-day. wlthout nominatlng a candi?
date for Vlce-Prealdent; it ia Baid that the gold
Demoorats will have another Convention ln Chl
c_*o. and place a aeparate tlcket ln the fleld.
-Many Prominent Democrata and Demo?
cratlc newapapers announce that they wlll bolt
tbe Natlonal Dem.-cratlc tlcket. -=5= Andrew
D Whlte ad.lressed a great Kepubllcan ratlflca
-tlon rncetlnp ln Ithaca. ?aarssi Many meetlngs
were held In .onnectlon with the Chrlstlan Kn?
deavor Conventinn in Washington.
CITY AXD SIBCRBAX? The remilts at Chl?
caao wer. recelve<J with astonlshment and dis
guat; J Edward Klmmons. Wiiliam Btelnway.
J. irtfjaaal Cram and others announced that
thoy will vote f.-r McKlnley, and W. K. (Irace.
__. Kllery And. r_on, John H. Bullivan and scores
more repudiatc the platform. =x= John Golden,
a condu.tor oa tfea elevated road. tlred three
ahots ai Mrs. Tatharlne Havoner. at an uptown
?tation. and then commltted aulclde by Jumping
ln ITont of a movltiR tratn. "i '? CJarret A.
Hobart the Kepubliean candidate for VSOB
Pr-eldent. waa ln town. _== The dryfooda
bouae of J N. CoUliai ?* Co.. failed. _bb__= The
atiH*k market was strong and dull.
THK WKATHER. ? Forecaat for to-day:
Threatening. The temperature yeaterday: Hlgh
est. 8? degrees; loweat, 75j average, K_
Jlnyrrx of The Tribune tcill eonfrr a favor by
rcporlfnu totkn lUmness Office. of this paper, 1_.4
a._7_.iti SL.ereiy case ofjmlure of a train hty
or netodcalei lo __r. Ihe Inbuneon sale.
Perton* goimj ont of toun, either to summer
retorU or their tvuntru l.omes. cin hare TU\
Daily and Sunday Tribune matled to them Jor
$1 ?er ?-?_. or W.XQfor three wontht.
Triinlln* in I.urope can recetve Ihe IhWM
duritig their absenee for Bi per month ff 9B.JM1
for three months, foreign i>ostage prepant. Ihe
address can bc changed as often as (lesirca.
The llrooklyn man, or the Xexc-Jersry man,
avayfrom home. ean get hi? houae wif- ?n Ihe
Irihune, ...'??/ day of the week, no matter where
he is im A merh a or abroad. S o other ,. eic- J ork
paper prints the llrooklyn and Sew-Jcrsey newa
u t_t iegnlni city and until editions. Tmm papers
or the czpense of o_e.
Actlon waa tak.u by tlie lloard of Kstlniate
j-tsierilay looklng to tlie cmrylag out of an Im
?toawasal af tbe lirst hnjiortance in this city
- ii .mcly. tlie repMvin.; of Fiflh-avc. with aa
yliaM. Tbe huui of |12f.OO0 waa ollowcd for a
part af this work, whlch ia to be taken ln band
aa soon aa the .ewerB aud wiiter-maiiis to be
_oiialruct?.l under the avenue are couipleled.
Tlie plan ia to lny the iniiiroved pavt .neiit from
Kifc)uL-Mt. lo tlie I'ark entrance, and It ia the
lotention of tho I>ei>_rtiiieiit of I'utilie Works
to make Ika aveuue the t?eBt-paveU . ti??-et ln tbe
clty. Tlmt ls certaln ly wbat it oujrht to be.
lt would not l.e i-HHV for u New YorUer to ex
plain to a siraiiper __tt| lt is tbat the princlpal
meana of nppri.n.h lo Central I'ark is allowed
to r_nialn lu so shnhby a condition.
lt was a foregoue concluslon that tbe own.rs
of rear telietiieiiMioliB. .4 coinlemueil l?y tlie
Board of Heallh woiild make I dfapstatS Hglit
iu the cotirts 10 juevent the <anyliig out of
tbe de-Ti-e isHtii.l in the inteieBt sf de<eney nnd
gtxid health. Tliiy ol.Jecl ln the lirst plaee to
tbe (..nstitiitloiiHllty of the luw under whi<h
tbe Henlth Board ls nctlii!., nnd also to the form
of |*.litlon whlch It h?s prcsentcil to the court.
Tbe Health niithoriticB are piapaia. ta with
ataud tbe opposltlon of the projierty owners,
snd will have the beal aetrtlinaal ?>f laa rtty la
aupiKirt them. The prellmtm.r.v Ikirmlsh took
plaee yesteidny liefore .lustice l_,wn?cc. Ihe
flght will very likeiy he ? Isaf ?"'?*? ?"" ???
cauae of Justhe and h.in.anity will wln in tba
* The oldtline dog-catchcr waa brulall-ed hy
his vo-ation. aud currh .1 lt on wlthout the leaa.
regsrd for the righta of tbe-liniiea tbnt he coii
n\Aer?6 hla lawful prey or of thelr owners ln
c_ae they chsneed to hnve any. Hls compenaa
t.011 depeaded on the numlier of nniniala lie
fltytured; ao 11 to not strange that be was bent
on gatherlng in as many as possible. Cuder
tbe present law all that Is ehanged. Tlio oatoh
ing of homoless dogs and rata belng Intrusted
to offlcera of the Society for tlie Preventlon of
Cruelty to Anlmnls, the work Is done decontly
aml ln order. nnd wlthout ln any way offendlng
the aeuslhlllties of the pnhlle. The reform
brought about In the last two yeara la of real
lmiK?rtuuoe ln tht sphere of mlnor moral*.
The plans of the aonml-money Democrats
have not been perfeoted. but a strong move
uient waa got untler way Bt Chloago ln the
course of yesterday In favor of holdlng a con?
ventlon of thelr own. If this is done, the con?
ventlon wlil prolMibly l?e called to meet in the
Coliaeum whlch has liecn the scene of the riot
oua demonatrations of the last three days. The
foremost leader in the new movement Is ex
Ciovernor Waller, who waa nbly aoconded liy
Mr. Whltney nnd other leaders of the gold cle
ment. The delegates from Xew-York, Connectl
out. MnssachuBetts. Delaware, Vermont. Mnry
land, NewJersey, Mlnnesola and Michigan are
ln favor of a gold convention by n large ma?
jority. and neveral other States are expected to
come into llne. Whether the Pemocrata who
favor sound money will put up a ticket of thelr
own or conclude to Biipport McKlnley Is a ques?
tion yet to be decided.
THE FREE SILYER XOMIXEE.
Tlie Nation thanks Demoeracy for puttlng
off the mask it has worn many years, for a
platform frankly bad. and for a candldate who
matohes it porfeetly. Wlliiam J, Brynn, of
Nebraska, the "Boy Orator." as his frlends de
llght to call him. is a worthy embodiment of
the frantlc splrit which produoed the I'opullst
movement, has taken the Democratlc party by
assnult, and proposes repinliation and aunrchy
as mediclnea for exlsting ills. It Ib the better
if Mr. Bryan, as is said, is a man of unhlcni
lahed personal character. The more clear and
distliict the lssue can be mado between tlie
Jacoblnism whlch nomlnated him nnd the Ite
publicanlsm whlch uominated Mr. McKlnley tho
lietter for the country. His nomination is also
a gratifylng defeat of tbe Senatorlal plot, whleh
hns been six months nt work to force a boltlng
Republlean upon tlie Democrats on tlie silver
lssue alone, ignoring the tarlff. The conspiracy
set up Mr. Bryan to klll off Mr. Bland, but
found that Nebraska understood the "sinful
game," nnd lield the card*.
Tliis selection ls a flttlng end of a most ex
traordinary Conventlon. As Ihe .lacobins acrosa
tlie sea cboae passlon Instcad of reason for their
guide. and were ever rulad by the men of tiory
toiigue and DO sense of restralnt. their imi
tators at Chicago have held Ihe most hystericil
Convenlion on record, and liave chosen abore
all others the man wlio appealed most to thelr
emotlons. Democrats of great ability and cx
perlence in lawmaklng and in ndiulnistnition
have been tossed aside for one whose sole pub
llc servlce has been for two tenns in Cougrcss,
ln whlch it is not known that he ever framed
or helped to frame a practienl nieasure. nnd
who never had the least aduiinislralive ei?
perlence iu Nation. Stiiie. ceuuly or town offlce.
Klected on the tidal wave of IN!*) by aboul
7,000 iilurality, lie liarcly crnwled back In
185)2 with a plurality of 140, while 1,406 Pop
ulists refused to vote for him. and lie was com
pletely obllterated by the Bepubllcan revival
in 1804. Ile had modestly aaplred to be Unlted
States Senator. but was left out of Blgfat by
Mr. Thurston, the Democrata eleetlng only
8 and the 1'opulists only 'JS membera of the
Leghriature, against PT Repabllcana,
Nebraska does not nppear to huve dlarorered
that it had wlthln its botdera tha moat eml
netit law-giver In the land. or the beat-qnallfled
person for Chlef Kxecutive. Whether Mr.
Bryan is a Demoerat at all or not. he nrrived
at tlie Natlonal Convention as a ineinl.er of a
contetiting deleirntioii against whlch the Demo?
eratk Natlonal Commlttee decided, but he
broke in by the expulsioii of the delegntiou
supirorted by Secretary Morton. and it may be
Inferred that tlie Democrats who coutrolled the
State Convention adjudged regulnr may make
thelr reply to Mr. Bryan at the jiolls. His In
tense slncerily of devotlou to tlie most extrcnie
and rndlcal I'opulistlo ideas ls hls only dis
coverable qualltloation, except liis eloquenco.
A man of little depth of knowledge or thought,
but powerfnlly glfted in passlmi and the faculty
of moving It ln other?, he appeals to those who
are govcrned by einotion t-nd not by reason at
all. Of his Judginent, it ls enough to say that
ln his reply to Senator Hill at Chicago he de?
clared with tremeiidous eonvictlon that the sil?
ver ticket would carry every State ln the
I'nion. And hls supporters were capable of
wildly cbeeriaf that aaatrtloa.
The nomination of such a man hrlngs the
true Issue before the country with startllng dls
tinctness. The elements capable of glviug to
such n man ."00 votes In a Democratlc Natlonal
Conventlon enn be trusted for one thing only
?to ruln thls country wlth nstonlshing rnpidlty
lf they ever get power to rule it. The most
dangerous are not the rascals who profess any?
thlng for the sake of offlce, and want offlce, as
a chauce to sell thelr couvlctions. The thor?
oughly sincere and dcteriuined enthusiusts.
whose faculty for belleving is so stupendous
that they can go wild over Bryan's assertlons,
cannot be reached by reason, and can only l?e
crusbed by overwhelmlng luajorllles. It is to
tlie honor of many Democratlc Journals that
they dld not need this emlnently suilable nom?
ination to cause them to bolt. From this time
on. the chlef duty of every good citir.cn. wbat?
ever hls polltleal assoclations in the past. is to
make overwhelmlng and declsive tlie defeat
of the Jacobin oandldate by McKlnley and
A Y01CE THAT WAS STILL.
The sound-money cause lacked one thing be
Bides votes at the Chlcngo Conventlon, and that
was a speaker capable of puttlng Into words
an honest man's real opinion of the majority
and its conduct, nnd of compelling his foea to
hear blm. It would not have affected the re?
sult- nothlng could have affected the I'csnll
but occaBiotially lt Ib worth while for an indl?
vldual, whether actlng on his own account
alone or ln a representative capaclty. to set
forth the truth in unniistakable tenns, not Iq
the expectatlon of turning fools from the error
of their ways, but for conseience' Bftke. Under
the coiidltions controlllng the Convention su.li
a liberation of feeling could not have be.n
K.ifely atteniiiied l.y a man bullt on a sinnll
s.ale. nor by a nu bOWCTef inleiited who did
not possess that extraordinary nml indciinable
Quallty which for lha time being lays a spell
upon lha most lefrnciory aml benda them to
the apeaker's will.
If there was such an orator a'liong tba
souii'l nioiicy niin at Chicago hc did not ehoose
to make hinisilf known. Senator Hill mmle a
kaftcal plca ngainst parly sulelde, but he has DO
coiniuand of words that burn. As hc bc.omes ln
tenae be grows eold. Mr. Raaaett, of Mnssa.hu
setts. ls a carefi.l aud orderly ?peakff <>t mi
pcrlor int.lligeiice, but the faculty reiptlred for
the ptwpQM we liave lu mlnd Is not among hls
iceourcea. nor thoae of Mr. Vllas. There is a
Demoerat who could liave for. ed that howllng
mob to listen whlle he set It ln Ihe plllory. He
has accompllshed a slinlhir task already. and
there Ib no doubt thBt he mlght have won an?
other trlbnte to hls power, lf ha bad had tba op>
IMirtunily, even from an asseinbly of Innail. s If
the Hon. Bourke Cockran had baaa present as
a delegate from New York, aml cvents bad lm
posed upon him the task of caatlgatlon. he
would have performed lt wlth the force and
flnlali of a maaler. The Anarchlata would have
nived. hut he would have "held them hy the
"throat till thelr forehendB were aa bluck aa
"their rccords nnd thelr ttmpilea liung ?"'? Hke
"rtnirs of ti'iicc."
It ia h cause for Niitioiial regret that Mr.
Cockraa wns not a inemher of tba Cblcaaa
Con". ent lon, nnd Ihe honest-inouey DsBIUtrata
espednlly mlght well Join ln the lament.
Oh. for the touch nf a vanlahed hand.
And the sound of a volce that Is stlll.
REPI BLICA V C0XYERT8.
It wns dtirlUR ? rellgloua revlvnl In n Con
neciiciil lown innny years ago Ihnt n good
den.-oti. upon belng coiisulled as to the npplica
lion of oue of thi converts who had been nn
uncommoniy bad man for admlssion to the
<?hiir.li, remarked, slowly nnd Ihoughlfully:
"Well, Ive no ohjectlous lo .Ilin'B experien.lng
"iclljjrion. hut we're n little crowdi .1 now; st .'ms
"to me he'd better Jolu Bome other church."
Happily, lu this jieriod of Kejtuhllcnn revlvnl
whlch hns heen golng on now for three yeara
with cotistnnt nccesslon. of new converts. no
such uarrow vlew prcvalla. Kven in the helght
of It to-day, when the portnls of the party nre
throngcd wltb eager aud eiithuslustlc reerults,
no volce except of cordlnl welcome Ib rnised
nnywheie. t'nless, indeed, It bo hy Mr. I.dwnrd '
Lnuterhnch, who, aa the nngel wlih the fluinlng j
sword. stnnds guard nt the tloors of the regu
lar llepubllcnn orgnnizatlon of New-York Coun?
ty. And now he grndously *>ermlts nll who
come to vote the Hrpubllcnn tlcket. only In
-istlug upon grlps aud pnsswortls and strict ex
nuil.intlons for those who deslre nduilsslon to
the Inner counclls when noinlnatlons are made,
oflWs distrilnited and cnmpnign methoils pre
scrlhed. It Is not yet clear, elther, that tlie
Kepiibllcnn party as a whole will ngree with
Mr. l.nuterhacli ns to the necesslty of rotuln
Ing hlm as the doorkeep.-r of tlie party nnd the
____________ of Its inner innchlncry.
However thnt may ba, The Tribune offers a
conllal welcome to all the converts to Hepub
licnnlsm. to McKinley, 1'rotectlon nnd Sound
Money. It lncludes lu its welcome Its city co__
tenipornries, nll of which. we believe, wlthout
except lon are elther opeiily for McKinl.-y or
manlfestly Icnnlng ln tbat dlrectloa. DilTt-r
.?ncs uiMjn other (luestlons wlll undoubtedly
retiuiln, nnd he dlsettseed in tlie proverblally
coorteeaa und eoasklerats tone of the metro
polltaB press, hut all wlll he united ln a <<>ui
nion purpoae to uphold the tinandal honor and
promote tbe inilustrl.'il prosp.rlty of the coun?
try hy tbe eli.-lion of McKinley nnd Hobart
The sccesaton of "Tii.- Sun" to the ranks of
M.Kinley newspupcrs wns, of course, not un
SXpected. Though It has sald many iiukind an.l
nlniHsi bratal thtnga about McKinley. it hns
done no more in thnt regaid than Mr. Thomas
C. Platt, who has come out for McKinley arlth.
out explnuntlon or recnritatlon; wlthout raislng
a hlnsh or turnlng a hair. Moreover. It has
heen understood all nloiig thnt when Mr. I'latt
came over he would brlng "The Suu" with liini. j
They nre lxith welcome.
In vlew of the fact that fhe k upjiort of "The
Sun" baa beretofore almoet Inrarlably been un
forumate for its candidate, some Republlcana
inay have mlsgivlngs ns to tlie elt'ect of its
espousal of the McKinley cause, but The Trib?
une has no doulits on thnt score. Tbe McKin?
iej tlde is too stn.ng to be arrested by any
sucli apparent inipedinit-nt. It is to !_? reinein
bered tbat our .eraattle rontemporarj opposed
(Jrov.-r Cleveland for fwelve years with even
greater bltteruess than it has shown tpward
McKlnley. Bnt he a/aa aomlnated three tbnes
ln successlon. aotaritbstandlng. Ponr years ago
II came to liis snppoti very much ns it has now |
to M.KInley's. and without dolng bttn nny !
liarm. It Is qulte posslb'.e, even prohahle. that j
after McKlnley'a electlon lt will resume toward \
hlm and liis Adiiilnlstratioii ilie saiiie attltuds
it held before the nomlnaUon, arlth perbapa in
rreaaed bltternesa But that is what it did
arlth Clereland. and, it may he added, srbat
Mr. Platl has hal.itually done with every Ho
pnblleaa Admlalstfatloa for tln- laat twentj
years. It is no. a matter of Itniii. .liate con
.ern. Ii is ilie electlon <>f McKlnley that is of
present Importance. What happeaa afterward
may well he left to tlme nnd the nnfoldlng of
We are glnd to believe that so far as the elec?
tlon is concerned there will he nelther coiilro
vcrsy nor dlfference between Tba Tribune nnd
its eateemed contcmporaiy durlng tbe cam
palgn. And it is proper to say tbat tha jroung
peraon temporarily in charge <?f "The Sun" al
together mla__ppr?hended our atatement a few
days ngo that, in the event of any anch COU.
troversy. The Tribune would "emleavor to he
both courteoua nnd cbarltabte." The young
person says: "We take this plaintive protest
"to bo a petitlon tbat The Sun' slmll not di
"rectly call tbe Kdltor of The Tribuue a llar."
The Edltor of The Tribune hns no feeling whut
ever on thnt suhject any more than he has con
cerulng the young person's charge thnt he mui
dered Horace (Jreeley. Tlie Tribune did vent
ure to express the oplnlon thnt it wns lmi*.lly
good polltlcs for Mr. I'lntt's Stnte Commlttee
to use tlie party's fnnds in reprinting nnd clrcii
latiug throiiKhout the State. as cnmpalgn mat?
ter, the soniewhat irrelevant ossertlnns of "The
Sun" that Mr. Whltelnw Held, who Is not a
candidate for oftloe, la a niurderer and linr.
It may also he stated as n general truth that
The Trihune does not helieve ln personal con
troversles. It does not shrlnk from tbem if
foreed upon It, hut even then it likes to ad
here BUMdll) to the Mlft nuswer thnt tiirneth
nway wrath. That wns a very sensihle genile
man who, upon belng confronted on n narrow
walk hy a quarrelsoine person who sald, "I
never lurn out for a hog," replied, with dlgnity
nnd meekne.s, "I ahvays d..." nnd atepped
aside. Let us avoid acrimony ln dehnte.
A VI RAX QVBBTIOX.
The question why one single newspaper
correspondent in Cuha ls permltted to do as ba
phases, arbUe ull otberi are suhject to a rigor- j
ous and tyranntcal ceusorship, ls one of enrious
IntersBt The faeta in tba eaas have long been
notorious. All correspondents of American
papera are aumu-oned into the awful preaenea
of the (tovcrnor-tieiienil, und wnrtied not to ?
try to llud out anyihing be does not see lit to ,
revcal to Ihein, and not to try to send to their
papera nny aewa ba or one of his aaderatrap
peis has not s..n and approved. lf they aro
cangbt looiiing up aeara for tbomerires, <t send
Ing oul dlspatchsa ot lett.-rs wlthout rartston
hy tlie .eiisor, oi dolng ol* snylng anylhliig dls
pleaslafl to Oeneral Weyler, tbsy are astaed as
cilinliialx. and cxpclh.l from tba islund. arlth
nn Intiniatlon that they are tuighty tuekj to g.-t
off wlih th.-ir Itrea Bnch, lit.rally apeaklnc
ls ihe way lu whl.-h Amerlcan newspaper men
of high cbaractar bare been and are belng
ireiited l.y tbs Sp4iiile.il Siitrnp lu I'uli.i.
Tlie .oiiirast Is furnlsh. .1 hy an Kngllshuian,
the earreapoadanl of "The London Tlraea.1* He
Itrea in Iinvatii, aud is well known to all men
and to Oeneral Weyler. Ha foea about wh.-r
ever he pleHs.'s, iiews-gatherilig. Me vislts Uie
Spaulsh trocba and makea a mnp of |t, cxposlng
Its weuk polBta nnd glTtUg wnrnlng af Ita stroiig
ones. lle wrlte. long lettera, teUtng of tba
hop_4aaanaaa sf tba Bpanlsh caasa, af tbe hiun
derlng nnd hrutallty af the Spiinisli troops, of
the oaacatl Haa which ara put forth by the
spanish antborltlaa, and crlUebrtng Osnaral
Weyler and Ihe whole Spanish Adinlnistratloil
lu the most BeathtBg terms N'o AiiktIciiii
newspaper has ever prlated matter more un
fiivoinhle to the Spanish cnuse. an.l to I'encral
Weyler ju rsonally, thiin his letters. Vet hls
lettera pa. . the ceUBorshlp undiullcnged, und
the fact thnt he wrltcB thetn. whlch l? pcrfcctly
well known to the Spaul?h nuthorltles ln Cubn,
ibvHH not in the Jenst dlsturb tbe peace nud
snlety of hla reslib'iioe.
It Is, ns* we have said. a cttrlotia ipiestlon why
thls Is so. Has the Fngliwh corres|MU)dcnt n
sjieclal "puir'V If so. what Ih lt V Haa he hyp
notlBed Oeneral WeylerV Does Spnin have one
set of lawa und nianners for Amerlcans nnd
another for KngllHhmenV Is publlcatlon of fhe
truth about Cuba less offenslve to Spanlsh sus
cepiibilltleB In an F.ngllsh than ln an Amerlcan
papcrV Or why is it that an Knglishman Ib
permitted to do what AmericnnH are forbldden
to do? From ii prnctieal point of rlew, of
coiirxe, it doesn't matter. Amerlcan news
papen are bond to get the newH, and do get
lf. ln spite of Ucneral Weyler. Iu aplte of
(Jenernl Weylcr, too, Spanlsh rule In Cuba will
probably soon come to nu aad. But In a oooL
calm. dlslnterested, dlspasslonate. Platonlc
way, aml Just for the snke of gratifylng the
proverbinl Ynukce ctirloslty. there are Rome
mlllioiiM of people in these States who would
like to know, you know, why theae thlnga
THEIR IDEA OF AMERICAX 8ELFRE8PECT
It ls the gllb baf stiimp-speaker of Nebraska
whom the pnrty thnt has lM^n led by Horatlo
Seymour and Samiiel .1. Tilden haa chosen for
Its candldate for the Presldency.
And the platform exactly corresponds. It
could not lit him better If It were a glove. Here
la the essenllal pnrt of it. Not a word or a
Hvllalile of thls precioiiB utterance should Iw
lost sight of l.y aay bonaat and intelllgent voter
fron this day till Klectloti Day:
"We demaixl Ihe tree aml uallmlted eoln
a?r of allver and aold nt the preaent le?nl
rntlo of lll lo 1. wlthout wnltlna for Ilie nl.l
or eoitae.it of an>- other nntlon. We demnnd
thnt the atnndard allver dollnr ahall he a
full le?-nl tender, ei|nall>- wllh sold, for nll
dehta.. pahllu aad private. and we favor
aneh leftlalatlon aa will prevent lor the
fnlnre the deinoiiellanllna of miy klnd ol
lestil-tender uioney hy prlvnte coatraet.
We ure oppoaed lo tlie pollcy nnd praetlee
of Hiirrenderlns lo the holdera of the ohllsn
llona of the I nlted Statea the optlon re
nerved h> liiw tfi the IJovi-riinirnl of reileem
IniC auch olillantlona In elther allver or
u"lil coln." _
NO REYEXI E BBFOBB IX CAXAD.l.
The change of pany gorerumeat In Canada
has been effeeted al last. The Conservative
H.'heine of hohling on to oltiee and Irylng t>
retaln it permaneatly by making a change of
base, whlch mlght woo back enough <>f the
French Protectlonlata to give it a majority. has
falleti through. The C.oveinor (Jeueral himself
hns taken a decislve hand in the matter by de
Clllllng longer to recognfaM tha Conservative
Ministry. thus practlcally dlsmissing lt from
offlce. Mr. Laurler an.l bla frlenda now enter
u|i..n reaponalble control, and are taxed wlth
the ar.liioiis lask of fullilliug thelr ante-election
programme, lf they can. That they can do so,
or Dearly do *<?, mny, however, as well be at
oii.e set down as out of tbe quaetlon. Indeed,
Mr. Laurler blmself >?> regarda it, and so open*
ly deriaraa it.
The one greal laeue <>f the campalgn, nfter
the Manltoba arhoola, wns tarlff reform. The
I.iberals pledged theiiiselves, If not to actual
aml Immediate Pree Trade, t<? the aeareat poe
sil.le apinoaeli thereto. Mr. I.aiirier has, how
,.\,.r, pi.ip'tly decided '<> abetre that whole
question Indeflnltely, by aubmlttlng it to a com
missloii, to bfl appolnted, <>f course, by himself.
Tliis dlaposltlon <>f it wiil canae no anrprlaa to
the readera of Tha Trlbune, who have already
lieen lnformed of the two great influeiiees at
work to compel him to take such a course. One
pf theae Inlluencea is ihe banka <>f canada, whlcb
have told Mr. I.aiirier plainly thal the tarlff
must nbt i>e dlatnrbed, under penalty not only
of loss of their siipport. but also of such seriotis
enibarraaemenl as they ronld, by open lms
tiiity. cauae the Goeernment. The other is tlie
Prencbmen of Qnebec, upon whom the new
Coverniiient is abaotntely dependent for lt?
majority, and who nre Protectlonlata to tlie
core, of tbe m.-st nncompromtalng klnd. What
can a Free Trade Mintater do wheu lie hns a
Protectiontat majority at his back?
The fact is the lssue of I'rovluclnl Etlgbta
was that on whlcb the Liberals won. It. and
it alone. broogbt the Preuch Catholles of Que
bec, aml tbonaandfl of Independenl voters and
even Conaerratlrea, all over tbe Domlnlon, to
Mr. I.aurier's siipport. So inteiit were the peo?
ple on that that they pald Ilttle lieed to other
issiics. Now they see that while they have
save.l and rlodleated Prortactal rights. they
have put Proteetlon in theon-tie jeopardy. Ae
eordlngly, they ara rallylng with mlght and
main ln support of tha latter cause, and nre
actually organlzing to prevent thelr own Go*?
ernment from ezecnting its own programaie.
That they will be successful is not susceptlble
of serious doobt. They are already successful.
Mr. I.aurier's (Joverumont will not bring ln
Free Trade, nor anythlng like it. As "Tho lon?
don Tlmea*1 edmlUh tha Immediate Introductlon
of Free Trade In Canada must be regurded as
ontaide the ranga of praetical polltics.
Nor ls ihere the allghteat proinlse of anythlng
like commerclal unlon between Canada and
the Unlted States. The fact thnt Mr. Laurler
nnd his followers nre at least theoretically Free
Tradera ia lu itself a formldabte bartier against
any such acheme. The idea of the l'rotectlon
Ist Unlted Stntes allylng itself commerclally
Wlth a country cmnmltted to Free Trade wlth
the rest of the world is not to be eutertained
ontaide of a dream of miilsiimmer inadness.
Of course, if Canada wants to open her gates
to Amerlcan prodnce, free of duty, thls country
will not objeet. But there Is little cliance of the
Doinluion thus, to yuote "The London Times"
agaln. tnrnlng herself into a slaughter market
for our surplus products. Mr. Laurler Is scarce
ly iirepared for thnt. If he should seck any?
thing more. If he should seek to have the gates
opened freely on our side also, he would lenrn,
very dlrectly nnd concluslvely, the vanlty of
all such asplrations. He would lenrn. too, what
Indeed he doiibtless already reallzcs. that com
inerclal unlon can ls- securcd only in conjunc
tion wlth polltleal unlon. "The Montrenl Star"
PSCOgntaea tliis fact wheu it says: "It can no
'longer be denled by any Intelllgent and Ini
"partial observer of recent polltleal events nnd
"coinineiilnl developinents that Canada ls des
"tined to be at least a eoiniiicroiai dependency
"of the Unlted Btatea." We shall see how lang
the Domlnlon will be ct ntent to be merely a
commerclal dependency. rather thnn n free nnd
Independenl member of the Amerlcan l'nlon.
thi: COBDBB ji hilee.
Theae be parloaa tlmes, ladaad, far Oobden*
lmn. The (s'oodly .ompany of the Cobden Club,
to whleh Ih given to keep perpetually burnlng
tln* raatal flamc of Mancbeeter lalaaea faire,
has Just Iscen celebratlng the Jubllee of Oob
den'fl work. Never, probably, has It met amid
less Ipepllll>l .'Ireiiiiistancis. Its patron salnt
half a eeiitury ago praached aml prophealed
wtth cockaare confldence tbe immediate can.
version of all the world to Free Trade. To.lay
Great Britaln alone. or perhaps wlth llollauil,
ls falthful to hls word. All the rest of the
nalioiis are wedded, InilUsolubly ns It secms, lo
the Protection whleh he hated wlth n perfect
batred He preacbed and prophealed, too. the
iiiioiitiou of standlng armtaa aml of war. To
day, thlrty yeara Btaee hls death. hls own Kni'
Innd hns beeonie the urentest i xample nianklud
haa ever known of milltnriMii nt aen. Perhaps
that ls uU tiffltrfj to ^U word, for, lf wc ic
member rlghtly. he wss ever a rampsnt Jlngo
ao far aa ihe Britlsh Navy waa coneerned. He
wanted Orent Brltnln to be oble to malntaln
Free Trnde or every aea and sbore by virtue
of her llne of battle-shlps. Hut that ia not all.
Hlnce hls work wns done, two of the greatpst
wars in lilstory have been fought, with a down
lesaer yef atill treniendoiia ones, the whole vast
mllltary ayatem of Kurope hua been created,
aud almoat the entlre eivlllaed world haa lie
coine bucIi an anned camp aa It never waa be?
Well. aa for mllltarbim, .-rotectlonlats deplore
lhat as much aa do Free Traders, and are, of
course, no moro reHponalble for lt than they.
But ns for Induatry and commeree, whnt la to
lie aaid? It la true that (Jreat Brltnln and Hol
land atand alone aa Free Tradera; but. cheerlly
chlrp tlie ColMlenltes, In Hhrlllest Jubilatlon,
"the Unlted Klngdom relgns supreme In manu
facturea, trnde and navlgntloti." That this ls
a auprenie delualon ls e .slly to he shown. I^et
ua leave out agrlctilture, whlch ls in a state of
hopeless collapse In Oreat Brltnln, bnt whlch
your slmon-pure Cobdeulte may reckon nelther
maniifactureH nor trade. In Iron Orent Brltnln
waa a few ye urs ago supreme. Now her annual
output hns fallen off a milllon tons or more
tn a dosen years. and she Is far outstrlpiw. d hy
the TrotectloniHt Fnltod States. Iu IBBt she
wn? supreme in cullery. Since then her ex
port trade has decllned hy more than i- > I>er
eent, nnd Is now less thnn half that of l.erniaiiy.
In cotton she ls still supreme, but ln twenty
years her annual exports of yaru aleos have
fnllen off more than 10 per eent. In the satne
tlme ber woollen trude has decllned H per
eent, nnd her llnen trade uearly -lo |_?r eent.
So are the tinplate, the sugar retining and other
great industrles steadlly decllning. Well may
Lord Mashatn declare, ln "The London Tiines,"
after sctting forth these facts. that the Britlsh
'are golng fuster down tlie iiill than any na?
tlon ever dld In history."
What Is the Cobdeulte reply to this appalllng
expositlon? "We are stlll supieme:" is the
parrotlike ery; "We aro still supreme!" If
asked the catises of such decline ln trnde. tlie
Cobdenlte answer ls that the Britlsh are betag
surpnssed hy cotnpetltors bacaaaa of their Ig
norauce. They nre not ns lutelllg. nt nor as
qulck-wlttod as the Oerman* They nre a aet
of Btupid blunderers. They must cultivate
their hrains more, and then Free Trade will
he trliimpliantly vlndicated. Truly, it ls a mnt
ter for wondermeiit aud vast siirprlse that tho
one people who have a unlversal monopoly of
wlsilom iu polltlcal ecoiioniy should he iudus
trlal dullards, and tbat the soddeu fools of
1'rotection elsewliere should he the most in- I
telllgent af craftsmi-n and traders. Is it not j
Just possilile that if the Britlsh should ladnlga
iu a debauch In what they regard as tlie Insen
sate folly of Protectlon they, too, would galn
the indiistrial "smartness" they so much lack.
and thus l?e able to tampata with tlie ('. rmnns
and Ynnkees nnd other I'rotectionisf idiots?
That is a question thnt mlght well have some
conslderutlon iu this Cobdeatte year of Juhllee.
Up, guards. and at 'em!
As lt was In 1S01, so lt la now. A crlsls ls
upon ua. and the Repuhllcan standard ls the
one to whlch every lover of hls country must
Where be now the multi'udlnous Democratlc
gil.es at the ... puhllcan straddle-buga and the
wohhling McKinley? Where the horror of ths
PBlty that had no prlndples and of the candi?
date thnt coiildn't bs trusted? Just watch the
arhols gang Of backbiters and sneerers and cav
lllera rushlng to the banner of the wohhling Mc?
Klnley, and Bboutlag for th? candidate that
.oiil.lnt be trusted as the only can.ll.late an
honest-money man can put hls trust ln. What
fcols these niortals bo'
"We favor." says the frce-silver platform,
"such leglslation as will prevent for the future
"the dsmonstlsatlon Of sny klnd of legal-tender
"money by private contract." That "for the
fuiuiv" phrase lots out Free-Silver Htewart with
hls (fold-payment clause mortgages.
"The Chlcago Record" calls attentlon to the
fact that there ar. "two deflnitions of the word
"bolt: 'Bolt?TO awallow hastlly wlthout chew
"Ing." 'Bolt?To rcfuse to awallow at all.' " Be?
tween two auch v.idely dlf.er-.nt slgnltlcatlons
lt Is not strange that men should deslre the right
to choose. Davld B. Hill pref-rs the former
meanlmr. Wiiliam S. Rissell and Frederlc K.
Coudert the latter.
Democracy sowed the wlnd In 1S92. It is reap
ing the whlrlwlnd in ISM.
Tlllman says that the speech whlch Bryan
made, and whlch In tum made Bryan. was the
flneat thing he ever heard. Bryan's frlenda have
commltted a mlstake ln lettlng that oplnlon get
The country has at last been enab.ed to take an
accurate meaaure of that lllii-.trtous "reformer,"
the Hon. Robsrt ES. Pattison, of Pennsylvanla.
who was bo eager for the Democratlc nomlnatlon
on a platform of Anarchy and Repudlatlon that
he refused to let the shame-faced delegates from j
the Keyatons state arlthdrBw hlm.
In Berlln tho Fourth of July was celebrated
by the lnltlatlon of an otflcial tnqulry Into the :
eondltlon of Amerlcan chilled meat, vahlch
has been imported there for the last three years,
havlng regard to Ita wholesomeness, cheapness '
and other condhlons. On the report of this com?
mlttee of Inqulry It wlll ln a great degree depend
wh'-ther such importatlons shall contlnue. The j
trade ls lmportant, qulte as much so to the Gcr
naana as to ouraelves, and as the inv. stlgatlon
OOBOSratBg lt began on such an ausplcious day
tbssa ls ground for hope that the character of the |
Amerlcan steer, aometimes unjustly mallgned
over there. may be complctely vlndicated.
The Roy will flnd that he stands on a burnlng
deeb before November.
The protest of the people agalnst repudlatlon,
Popullsm, Anarchy and Natlonal dlahonesty
mii8t be made aa emphatlc as posalble. Tha
way to make lt so la for right-thinklng and
patrlotte Democrats to east thelr votes for Mc?
Klnley and Hobart.
A badge ls ln clrculatlon In Chlcago bearlng
the doubtful legond. "I am a Democrat." In
evltablv Its presenc, raisea the SjUSaUos. What
l_ a Democrat? The t-rm Is one for whlch a
new deflnltion la requlred. The free-silver ele
nient are dolng thelr beat tO dlxrupt the old
Democracy. and party llnes wlll have to be re
drawn. Tlmes have changed since Davld B.
HIU aave rurr.ncy to ihe phrano ln question,
wlnr.lng many emphatlc plaudlts thereby.
It took flve batlota to do It. but lt arlll take
only one electlon to undo It.
Ian't thla Bryan the man of whom a Nebraska
post Ifl "The State Journal." If we are not mla
"I cannot slng the old songa,
Thelr worda I do not know;
But I can howl calamlty .
From He'.l lo Broken How"?
Ia lt 8 platform or a acaffold?
Senator Jonea says the Conventlon udjourned
overnlght wlthout nomlBBthH a candidate for
Vlce-Prealdent, ln order that It mlght make no
?jUatake ln ita cholce. Ar* ths allver leadsra al*
ready eonvlnced that they made a mlataks
ths head of thelr ticket?
"Tha Chrlatlan Reglater." of Boston. annotin<*es
that lt haa rr.gage,\ tho RsT, lir. Bdwsrs Rverett
Hale as a re*u,'ar conirlbutor. He will wrlte eacs
week a ooiumn rntltjed "?i?.od Mears," dfalln* witk
tha practk-al Improvementa whlch the Oiriet'an ta\
llgton Ib making ln the affalra ot the world.
B. B. F*reeman, ot rarterav'lte, Oa.. who waa st
the Confederate reunlon at Rlchmond laat week,
la thousht to have been the yeunge.t k,W?t in
the Confederate Army. Acrompanylng a brother
Into camp at the age ot eleven yeara, ln Hay
1862, he waa offered and aecepted th? plaea of
mirker of the 6th Oeorgla Cavalry. H* waa
with the regiment ln the campa'g.i al Bras* Into
Kentucky. and then later In nurneroua ralda ana\
engagementa ln upper Baat Vaasasaee, and alao
!n th* retreat of .lohnston before bherman from
Dalt.in to Atlanta. ^
"The Boaton Tranaorlpt" saya: "Hla Hlghrtea* fha
Maharaja Bawal Madhu Slngh. O. C. I I. of Jty.
pore, Rjjpmana, InrHa, haa re.-?nMy a?-nt to the art
llbrary of the Ksaex Inatltute a copy of rrls rare a*4
maKniflcent work In alx great porffol'.o volumea, gly.
Ing the heat posalble Idea of the art traeery and ?%.
terlor and lnterk>r deeora-tlon and faBBgataf of tne
wonderful tcmple and donustlr archlte<nure of Indi?
alnce the Mogul perlod. Thla enterp 1*e waa mder
tak.-n at Hls Hlghnosa'a BBgansB BBesBBl y*ars age,
and the result, nHnte.d In a llmltod Busabsr of copie*
has poea whol'y aahaualad aaers than rbree hun?
dred applleatlona were made for the laat fourtten
coplea, one of whlch came to the Instltnte. Kac&j
volumo contains an elaborate presentatlon book
There Is a movement in Plttaburc to e-rect a mons
mant to Stephen Colilnr. Foater, the aong wrltar,
who was born In that elty. Among; the famous
melodle* whlch he rompoaed were "Way r>own fpos
tho Suwanee Itlbber," "My OM Kentucky Horna"
"OM FV>Jks at Home," "OM I>oa; Tny." ".'?pwi Ttir
Ijatttre, Ixive," "Hnrd Tlmea QcflM A?aln Ne
Murf," "Massa's ln th* I'old. CeM Ground." aaa
hurnorous songs, auch aa "nuaanna, !>?n't Tea
M. PlUif IIISB and hla wlfe, who was Mlaa KlVra.
beth OarJner, an Amerlcan artl?t, w.ll ap?n-i thelr
honeymoon at I.a Roohelle, on ihe weat co?at ot
France. The French papera aay that he announoes
to hla frlenda of tho French Inatltute hla de? lafcjs
to be marrled as follows: "l want to take thla ocra
slon to announce io my confrerea that I am aoout ts
take a step whl<*h they may thlnk foollsh at my
tlmo of llfe. 1 am gv.ng to be marrled. (Oreat ap>
plaurje.^ My flancee la not very young elrher,
our unlted ages belng 128 yeara. The l&.lv who Ib ts
become my wlfe Ifl Mlaa Ellzabeth OaMuer ' The
I>uo il'Aumale. who waa preaent, offered ronarrmtu
latlona an.l MM. Ju'.os istohro an.l Jules Kratoa
kiased and embraced M. I'.ougereau amld general aa>
Arthur Kleln, of Cambr'.dge t'nlverstty, Knglano,
who ha* become widely known aa an evangeimt ia
Au-:ralla, ls holding eiangeiiatlc meetlng* ln >^ko>
In hla adUreas at his recent JuWlee, Ixwd Kelvte
pald the foiloAlng tribute to h;s wlfe: "Profeaaor
?tsry haa *ai<J w.ll that 1 owe a great deal to L**.f
Kelvln, but ho doea not know how much I owe. Xq
p.?raon in the worki except myself knowa how muca
of anv rasulta for edence that lt has i^-er, i,.)<.?itj?s
for ine to *rriv.j at are d'ie to her .o-operation."
THE TALK OF THE DAY.
Xot dark horses, but dark mules, la tJie w?y ls
whlch "The <'k-veland I/eader" . referred the other
day io the ur.known posslbilitles ps tho Chlcags
At the Plcnie.-"What waa that b'ack bottle I aaw
you hand to Mr. Bessley bWilnd the tree?"
"Who, me? <ih, ye^; I remembH- now. I was just
lettlng him aample my nc-w cholera mlxture."
"?Has Mr. Bemaley g?>t the cholera?"
"No, but?confOUM him?he's g->t the mixtiire***
A story ls toll of x 8.'ranton, Penn., younc rnaa
who called on a young lady orio evenlng. When he
arrlvexl there w;ia not a cK.iid in the sky. ao ha cer
rled no umbrella and asars nelther galoches ner
mackintosh. At 10 o'c'.sck, when hc arose to gx>, lt
waa rainlng cats an.l d^gs. ' My, my, my!" aald
the nlce young lady, "if you go out ln all thla atorru
you wiil catch your d>a;h a' cold!" "I'm afrald I
mlsfht!" was tho trembling answer. "Well, I'll teU
you what?atav all night; yoii can havo Tom'a roota,
KxmiBO me for a minute, and I'll Juat run up acj
eeo lt It's ln order." The young la ly flew gracettd.y
upstalrs to see that T.m's BB'>m waa in order. Ia
flve minutes ehe came down to announce that TYmbS
room wai> in order, but no Charlea waa in Sfat.
r.ut ln a very few moments he appeared, very 4rt>
plng and oi.t of breath from runnlng, a bundletaa
newspaper under hls arm. "Why. Charles, where
have you been?" was hls gp^tlng. "13<en boma
after my nlghtshlrt," was his repl>.
Typlcal Amerlcana.-The Idler?Whose p.cture LB
Tno Photographer?It ls a compoeite. I caJ ll
"The Typloal Atosrlean oin."
"It is awr'-iiiy ptsttjr. 1 won ler lf I know any of
lhf,m" . osu^.
"I'll give you their nam**, and jrotl can ?*>??. Tn?T
sre Maggio Orasrty, ?otaala PsxesiDskl, a'tMelaaBoa
.S.-hwartz. Rebeoca Kinstein ar.l CbrtatUM O.eaon.
- ilnlianapoils Journal.
It 8ome:lmes Imppvns th*at al it?-r?ofer8 in Aber
deen, ?eotlar.d, desire to knock sfl work lof a whlla
U ViStt B neig-hbor.iijr BUflT Owlr.g tO the cens-i
tion of their tapplng \rttm thelr maliets. howev. r,
their abaanra would acn ba aotad. So, to provUa
against that, they are ln the habtt of hlring some
lounger to go on the roof while they aro aw^ay ard
keep up a constant tapping with a millet. When hs
tapa for only one or two the thlng ts ohlld'a play,
but when he has to rspraaeol a aftaela troop tt ta
then that he earns hls BBOUSy in the BWSOl of hla
facc. Then must he bound fi?m spot to spc'" r**
dupllcate, trlpll.'iite, aextupMeSitS hls single p-raor.
allty, and BWSlI and hasten his blOWB until he pn>
duces a perfect HluafOB for the ear. One of the local
papers say lt la a funny slght to s<-e him from aa
The Jeer cf v PleK.in I.iur.i -MIs-< Ha. kdate la
awfully pioud of belni ehgii.ie to uMialiaraMa in u*a
l>aug-hters of the RsvOHltioa
l-'.ora-ajhs has a rigdt ty be proud. Jii.-t MH
how narrowlv ?he sscspse being old enough to r* a
slst. r instead of a d.iughter.-u'inclnnatl Knqulner.
The dromeilary parcel jwst servlce In the tiernma
terrltoriea of ?osrtttWSSteni Afrlca haa glven better
results than w. re sspsetsi. The dromedarles are
udaptcl to the eUaaStS, nre not aff.cted by the prer
aient cattle dtseases. are not ma le footsore ln Btony
reptona, and 00 n>t suffer extreme thlwt when ?>
prlved of water for a week.
YIS, SOT (JOK^S.
Hain't g->: no fault to tlnd with Joah,
He'a likeiy. atlddy. amart,
An' vit l almost hate h:m, coa
Hs'a bu'sUa' ot my beart.
Xit- Joch is hank'rln' for our gal.
Wants Ilttle Huldy. dear.
Th' sun-h'.iie that's Ut up our home
Nigh OtttO elghte<'n year.
Taln't longer 'n ymtenVy, ro t seema,
Sln.-e I waa that gal's bcas,
An' she a-otMwln' on my aacfc
Full spllt for "Kanb'ry-orosr.
An' mother courages th' match?
I know that woman's waya?
Th" tender critter can't forget
Her long-paft ooiirt.ii' teya.
Waal. s'pose troo l.ive mus: h< v full swlna*
Ma eee, " 'Tls natur. best."
But count in' "baby" out. un' home a
A ahattered. lonely nest
Thore are nearly 90.000 barmalde in l-mglant
More than 1,000 ln Ixmdon are dav.ghters of gentks
nic.i, 100 havo father*. broihers or unvlea in the
church; 200 are daughters of army oincern. *?
daiighters of physicians and RBa*gB8BtB, 100 daughterB
of navy offlcera.
?What are you d.lng here?" aai 1 the womanil
the iramp. who ha.* BJOl BS-St lha BBSS Juirt in tims
:o aecspe the bulldog. , ,?
?Madam." he eall wlth dignlty "1 dld kaSsadlB
reqassl Bomsrhlns to eat, bm all t ar-k now la IM
In the latereeaa Ot hamanliy. you'll feed that oo?j.
Mr. lwilunichere, of "Truth." ea>s that he rs?
essSly received ihe two followlng advert.sementfl f?C
? -Watvtad, by a dow-a*r?sr. bBB age.1 to nle a cycis
tatghtr ftaift. an experl.nced ludy cycllst accua?
tori.-.l ls 'lie very best society. Must be aW? tS
rlde twenty mllea an hour. ao aa to keep in ala?l
youngest daug-hter. who ia aglle ard injudu'looa
Apply to A. 11. C, ?2 llelgrave Square." "A Wf.
htghly conne<.'te.l, la BrSfOrsi I.i chaperon ?? B
cycle) the anibltlons daughter of a mllltonalre. l*
an exixart In all BOSSa (OJ.'lingi. i'm be trust^4 to
keep alongslde of Ihe swlfteat detrlmental an4 to
ltix- ,HsH-r. etiy In the rear of an eliglble elder *oo.
Flnanoier-You llterar>- mm haven't the fotltie*
Bhout busln.-.s Hete you have aboul M\fO ?"?"TL
aerlpta plled up ln thls dark aaaast, aro >ou wmr
they are nll pald for.
Kdltor llreat Magaalne- Years ago. , ^%^mr (&
Flnancter Ju?t thtnk of lt! llaan t tt BSBS g
surras to you. slr. Baat you are !o*lng theiWP?
on ill tha BBBasy you pall ?ui tor thoae uaeieaa *?
' Mltor iSre.t M.-gaxliielliih! You nnancierB^have
nvK Bhe tlrr-t Kln about literaiure. W?M""^J
these minuscrli't* is from a *?ere? autyr^Ba
ihe whole 10.000 ot th, m will f> <* h?\?*j?jtWm*
alne at 36 irnta a copy uutU the ariU'iea ara irw?