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TRADE WITH SOUTH AFRICAJ
. -iN-grij-GBXERAL RTOWES RHOWINQ OF
ITS FNTOtiD rOS9IBlUTIE8.
rKTMijS or thr rrxroRTS from VBM VBtTBO
gTATT* WI1F.RE THEY M1C.HT BE INCREABEH.
fBT TKl.8GRA**n IR THE IRIRUJR-]
Washington. Aug. ll.-Not only la lt trn*. as a?
ee-tel br Corsul-Ocneral Stowe m his long report
to'the Btate Department on the Imports Mhi?Mh
Afrlca. made from Cape Town and "**^j?
day. that trade ln that reglon has untold poeelblll
t.*a. and that one of Ita obvloua featurea at tareee**lt
tx ?he foothoir* palned l.y T'nlted Statea gooda. but lt ls
?M true that the trade of tl.ls country arlth the
Brltlah and Duteh commut.itles of fiouthern Afrlca
t*r.d* to weld together ln a comrooo brotherhoo,
the peoplea who are interested ln the trade and
atrengthen tho londs that blnd them ln aentlment
Theae are the world'a freest ani poaelbly happl^t
communltlea. It ls. therefore. a matter of ?*"?*?.
terea: to the lover of free government on the orlKi
nal Teut-mlc model. as wel'. as to the enterprlalng
trauesman and manufaetur*r. that the commcrc
of this Hepub.ic wlth South Afrlca is large y on
th* Inereae*. and haa a,ready reached a hlghly re
er?-rtab!* stage of development.
Consul-General Ptow* deais at laige with not
?nlv the aubject of lmvertr into South Afrlca. but
h* also aeparately conslder* .he commerce of ( ape
Colonv. that of Natal. the propoaed tarlff rhangos
1n Cape eolony. Amerlcan vlnea ln South Afrlca
and South Aftlcan lsw regarding commlssion
agents and telephoncs in Cape Colony. The scven
t**n broad page* of hts prlnted reporta ata wll
worthy of atudy, but thelr rontents can only be ln
Th* trade of the Unt!-d Blstes Is mtvlnly ln food
etutts Amonsr the artlelea mentlor.ed aa having
held thxtlr own ln the last y*sr are eleetrlcal gooda
and appllanc?s. ateel and Iron. galvanlzed iron,
too'a. hoea. forks. hanlware. *tlv*r-plnted war*.
furniture and wlndow arlssa. An Improved demand
for drllllng and hoiatlng maehltiery and oll gas
englnes is notert. Kngland. lr Ib atated. sent more
gooda in 1W7 than ever before Kr.gllsh Bhlppera
urga that they ar* not on the aame footlng wlth
Amerirana and Cerman*. Tbe? hope that prefer
entiai ratee to Am*r|can shippers wlll b* wlth
Th* importa into South Afrlca "urgregated last
year $1?,150.12* M. of whlch Cape Colony took BB.
'uA,'.27? Thla trade came from the followlng eoun
trtes: Great Brjtaln and posstssions, **SB.**7..,8fi2 42.
Unlted State*. tliMld.071 21. Germany. fi.122.7M 88;
other compettng coun.rl**. gU.HkM Bi foratgu
?ountrlea. not competltlv*. 8t?.480.686 3'>.
frrmany ia preparing to foster her trade, 1ml
tatlng th* Unlted States In classee of goeds and
methoda of packlng. H*r proportlonal trade at Del
agoa Bay ls ahown to be large She fends to South
Afrlca a monthly trad* and export Journal. ln order
to make known German Industry and prove its
abllltv to compet* with all clvlllaed natlons Brlt?
lah manufacturera are cailing; attentlon to the at?
traetlve advertislng of Anurkans
In the tre.de wlth the Unlted States the principal
lncreaees atated In the table are ftour. lard. clocka
and watche*. cotton manufaetures and raw to?
bacco Tinned beef. agrlcultural impl.-n-Hi.ts. sew
ing niachlnes. hides and t.acon show a d"?":
The heavy )ot? of oatUa and ctropa cauaed loss of
importatlons of implements. vehlclea, etc. Ihe table
of Perns of merchandise Imnorlfd from this coun
try la three Mgee and a half long of flne type. and
embraces a large number of artlcles
Mr Stowe ls surprlsed at the small Imports ln
fls'h ' partlcularly cured Bah, BUeh as inackerel.
aalmoi. hallbut. etc. H* thlnks Amerlcans ought
" have th* giue trade ol South AMea. Wlthlarge
applc crop*. America-ifl ?end no <ld*r. F.nglsnd
furnlahad all the malt. How much of th a. says
Conaul-General Stowe. waa made from barley sent
from the l'nlted States" Of wlre fenclng. produced
eo iargely ln the Unlted States. hngland setit twice
aa much aa this country. And so on. Ilacon and
all other *<ed and cirred mc-ats are imported from
th* Unlted Klngdom in th* ratlo of Hj to I, aa (8R.
iared wlth th* T'nlted Rtatee. Yet the bulh of the
raw m*at came from the latter.
Th* T'nlted States. the great aUrer-producini
country. 8**)! only about tlO.O* *"rt*?* *"!".?
ntated ware, to Oreat Brltaln s nearly fROnn. n ls
oretty much the aame way as to mnnufactured to
nacco and worae as to whlskey. by comparlson
wlth the T'nlted Klngdom
Tna total Import* of Cape Colony for 1BF7 were
?* 244 182; for 1*8, "U7.7C74S. The exports were. r*
Ipe.-tlvely. l2S.41l.b49 ?nd $37 fiM <Cr,
The total export* of wool from Durbon Kast lon?
don. Port Ebsabeth and Cape Town. of which the
last named exporteri less thar. any. were for MW
80 m mpounds-- nearly 17.000 pounds less than 1K96
Tb* revenu* of Natal for 1&7 w?? n0.7"vri.9'i6; ex
Ti*n*llture, f7.?OB,08S. The xa.ue ef the Imports was
laaUW 186. ogaln?t t24.461.8i5 ln 1898. The **IH>rts
?*7eiri\833.13;. They w*re ln 1836 f8.<S8.527. The de
rreae* 1* cr*d!ted to the rlnderpest. locusts and
fOLOMB1A GETS ElGlIT MOXTRs MORE.
1TAT.T AORKFB TO FfRTHKR TIME fOR FFTTMNG
THF. i-KRRI TI <"I.AIM.
?**^ 1\cn? of th* T'nlted States tartfully. Pecretary Day
probablr haa su**reeded ln avertlng a sever* crials
ID U.e r*latlons b?twe*n Italy and I'oi.unbla, grow
Ing out of th* Cerrutl affalr A oabta dtopateh was
recelved at th* D*pt.rtm?nt to-.lay from Bome, aay
ing that. out of regird for th* Unlted States. the
Jtallan Government had "?>f-raphed Admlral Can
dlanl. at Cartagena Coiombia, to glve the CowB>
bian Governmnit eight months' tlme ln whlch to
?ettle wlth Cernitl'B credltor*. und*r the tprtjis of
Pre*ld*nt r'leveland'a award. Whbe rolombla haa
?not yet been heard from In ncceptanee of this
propoaitlon. lt ls not doubted h*r* that lt wlll be
Th* Cerrufl afTalr promised to parall*! the cele-.
brated Corlnto afTalr. when the landing of Brltlah
troop* on N'lcaraguan soi; threatenr-d to Involv* the
Vtrtted 8tat*a in trouM* with Oreat Brltaln. At
Cartagena th* Itallan Admlral hnd prepared to
?elae th* Custom Ilous* and o.. upy th* town until
the award was paid Su. h an event. lt txa? rcal
laed. wouid create ex,-ltem*nt ln this country, ar.d
having b**n In a mcasure lnvo!\ed ln the affalr
through having acted ns an arblfrator. th* I'nlted
fltates rrov*rnm*nt felt that lt was la duty bound
to *e*k to eompromls* th* rllTfl.-ulty b"tw*en two
frlenl'.y natlon* Th* p*rlod of twenty days al
lowad by th* It*lian Admlral. who hnd a force of
flv* w-arahlpa under his command. wn* Ju*t about
to *xplr* wh?n th* n.*s?ag?s enme that reli*v*d the
Cerrutl wa* an lta'.lan BUldeet, livlng in th*
Btate of Cauea. Cotombla. *nd durlng s revoln
tlonary mov*ment. in 1WS. wbb lmprison*d by the
Colomblan Governm?nt and hl* busituss practlca'.ly
l*utned Aft?r eome n-.gouatlon* between Italy and
Colombla. hla clftlm for compensation waa sub
mltted t? the arbltratlon of President Clereland,
who awarded the c'.aimarit dlrect d.images to the
amount of Maa^ab. In addltion. lt wa* d*cre*d that
Colomb'a shoLild be responslhle for the ir.debted
ness of th* flrm of whlch Cerrutl was a member
la recogmtion of the fact that lhat flrm had been
cracttcflily rulr.ed ln Its busln-as
It waa against the tattei d.cree that the Colom?
blan Oovernmcn' so energetlcally proteated. claim
lna that the arbitrator had c-acteded his authonty
ln deallng wlth this pha.-e of the MM .whlch waa
liot touched upon In the artirte*. proTtdlng for the
aubmlsalon of th* dlsput* to arbltration. Th*
ameunt involved haa been varlous y atated but li
Mlet-ed to b* in the nelghborhood of Jluu^jOO and
lt 1* cor.flJentlv ?xpected that. right months b?ing
inoV-od ln whlch to defray that itidebtednesa. th*
Otwrnmant of Colombla will speedily cloae wlth
thla conoeaalon. _
APPOIXTED BY THE PRESIDEXT.
Waahlngton. Aug Jl.-The President to-day made
th* followlng appointmentn:
To b* 8urr->*.? tn th* Marlt.* Ho*p.'*l _&*-?&&?
WA8UIN. ARTHUR H. OLRRaUR, CVRl'S T.
T* b* Aaxmt* for Icdla-.a-aEOR'-E W. HAYZIjDTT, cf
low*. for th* Navajo Af?r.-y ln NV? M. xle?.
HOWEIjX, P. MYToN, ?f Indlani, tor th* I'Jntah ar.a
Ouray a*t.- > ln Utah
XATHAX I'. JOI1NSON. of South Dakota, foi lha San
Caxloa Af'tiD' la Arli na
HKNKT *U ei'ACKMAN. af Boutti l.ainj'a, for tn* Sl?**
too Ag*ncr. ln boulh Iteiot*
MTL.1T1A or U8RIRIOT Of ..-OL'JSIUIA.
RY UAT. ocl..n?l lo tl.c l?t Roiir.ent, I>A_N'IKL.
.'IROIL cniSllOLM. cajnaln tVmpatiy H. 'M *jAttfcli..n;
CiMULJi> UEWIS LANHAM. nr?t limter.ant. i. ,r.
pany A. 6th Iwtallon. AU'REt- 8 sJdlTH, flrat
ti*ut*naut naiaaaiil B, ?-th Batt?n.n HAMCRIi U>UM
KH.kNKUIN MPKR. Hn.t lleut*t.?nt, <* u.pany B. l?t
tiet?ialp fafcttm: -n. JOHN 11 UTVi'ia, . :.u. r- .. .
ul th* 'U RaliatK-a: HAitRv tiudias DR orik>t.
adjutant of th? 24 ,-.f. ^i.. .. ....?,!. H11X.
KilsiNcil .cap<ct<<r r.f nn* prattlc*. ttili j.*:lj... ...
AXJCXjAJs'^bT* M. AUJSON, a*<". n.J ll*ut*narn. Oom
i-*n> CL Ut CatlaliJ!.; WILA. *CM?Rf :?< .ItKK-LdjO,
rHKO&d lltuienint. Cboiptuiy ta, ?, . i.a"i>-..
WOCLDS'T ESJ01X JOHX P. B.ATSMR.
JuaGc* Beekman. in tb* Bupreme Court, yeeterday
denled an appllcatlon of Mary C. Kuleaweller for an
lnjunctlon to restrain Jobr. V. lliini* president af
the Soclety for th* Prcventlon af Cruelry to Ani
xnal*. from occupylog th* house at No. V, West
Bevency-Afth-at. Thla property !? owner) af Mary
M Uaioefc. ihe wlfe of Mr H*ucea Mra. Kuicn
weller aome time *(o had a converantlon wlth Mi
Halnea. ln th* courae of whlob, ahe aiP-ge.1 ln her
appllcatlon for the ln.1une:lon. Mr Halnes rented
tbe aremiae* ln 6*xre?ty-fJfth-at. to h*r She ilgried
a leaa* on her part for thre* xear* *.na two month?.
Whlch Mr? HiliiM iatcr r*j'u?*d to eign. Mrs.
Fuleaweller fically took poaseaclon of th* houae.
but on July i* when afer > br??f absen * *'c? ie
turned to lt, ah* fcund Mr. Haiaea ln poat?*a.on.
DJSPATt li POAT WAXDA IX PORT.
NO LOKOM NEEPKP BT THE AS80CtA1KD PRKflS.
ownca to the rbbto-utiom of
. rniAN cai.lk L1NKS.
The ateam \ncht Wandsi. Captaln Miller. whl-h
has been in the servlce of the Asso. late.l Press for
nearlv four months as a dlspatch-b aal. accompany- i
Ing tbe Amerlcai fleet and Army In Wrst Indlan
wate-s. arrlved here from Porto Rlco yesterdav j
mornlng. havlng touched st Nassau en route, an 1
havlng covered the dlstun. e of about twanty-tWO !
hundred kn:>ts ln slx days. On board were Colonel I
Charlea S. Wehl. assistant general maiiflger, an-1
K B. Johnatone and N. ?' Wright. stnft com
apoadaata The ITanda has steamed more than ;
sixteen thouaand knota ln oaaa-rsrtiMr ?1JKr?-J_________l?
cable atatlona In Jamalca. gaptland Bt. Thomaa
alnce leavlnf New-Tork oa May .:. The yachrian
th*- bombardment of tbe defencea outrfde o h.int. -
ago, tbe landltig of the troops al Patquln ..nd Slbu
,mv. cuba; the deatruotion of Cerveraa fleetJikv
liiir on tbat oocaslon tak-.i ot. board eteven aumv
ng offlcem and men of the Bpaidah torpado-boat
deatroyer Pluton. and waa preaent a the landlng of
the American troops at Ponce. Porto RlCO. Now
that cable communlcatlon haa been reatoradln
Kastem Cuba and Boutharn Porto Rlco. the rieces
eltv for dispatch-boats has -eased for ? .Irof. at
teaat The Wamla haa on board as a relic of the
great aea flght <*fr Bantlago a alx-pounder qnlck-nr
Ing gun. taken fr.cn the deck of tbe SP*nl? '
crulser Oquendo by tbe AMOCtated Press disj.atch
bo.t Cyntbla. The Wanda brtnaa ?^-jJSftJ*
fleet off Porto Rlco and also carrles tha mailIWWB
Nassau. owi.iK to the i.-regularl.y wlth WblCB
stesmers r.ow touch at that port
BTEAMFPTS CREW HELD AT QUARAXT1XE.
PrSPIC-IOI.B CASH OF FEVER ON THE PANAMA
I.INE VEBBBZ- FINANOE.
The steamer Finaice. of the Panama I.lne, whlch
arrlved here from Colon Wedneaday nlght. was
held at Quaraatlae yesterday for dlsln.ectlon, anl
wns not dlacbarsad until late last evenlng. when
she proreeded to her pler, West Twenty-seventh-st..
The surgcon on board the Finance reported to tho
health offlcer that Dr. John Hohst. a cabin pas
aenger. flfty years old. had dled of dysentery on
August fi. and was burled al sea. Dr. Hohst bad
heen an Invalld for som" tlme. and was on hls way
to thls clty for meileal treatment. He was em
ployed by the Panama Company for many years,
and was statloned at Panamn.
Dr Dntv. on visltlng the steamer. waa told hy
the ahlpa surgcon that Ml ot tho crew was II
'n.ni fever. He found the ?lck man to be Thomas
Jones. fOTty-OOa years old. a WHshman one of tbe
shlps walters. Jones was sufrering wlth nn attack
of fever which Dr. Dofy feared mlght __*?."<>?
fever. and he declded 10 remove the PaUent tO
Bwlnburna Ialand for obeervatlon and treatment.
T'ie utmmcr waa thoroughiy dlelnfected. Ihe craw
tranaferred to Ho_fman isiand for obaervatlon. and
the vessel allowed to proeeed to her pler wlth a
new crew aent from the clty.
SriCWF OF A SOLDIF.R.
W. F. VAI.ENTINE. WHII.E PfFFERINO FROM THE
EFFECTS OF THE BANTIAQO CAMPAION.
KltXJ HIMSELF IN SI.NO HINO.
WUIIam F. Valentlne. son of Wllllam G. Valen
tine. a well-known lawyer of Slng Slng. commltted
?ulclde at hls father _ home ni R:30 o'clock last even?
lng by shootlng himself in the bead with n revolver.
Young Valer.ttne. who was only twenty-one years
old. was a member of Company C. of the 71st
Reg1m?-nt. New-York Yohintrers, and was home on
Valentine went through the campalsm before San?
tlago. and ln one of the BCtloDfl recelved a severe
aunstroke. Wlth two of hls wounded comradea,
win. llve rear Slng Siag. he was aenl to hla home.
S.nce hts return he bad been in a s-rious eondltlon,
luffering frequcnt relapses ard attacks nf del.rVim.
|| waa in one of these attacks. whl'.e he was out ..r
hls mlnd. that he shot himself. Death was in
jri.Y BREAD8TVFF8 fxportatiox.
I.F.5P THAN THAT CF JINK. RLT OUBATMI THAN
THE JVl.T AVXRAOB FOR SF.YF.N YEARS.
Washington. Aug. 11.-The July exports of brcad
stnffs. provlslons. cotton and mlneral oll from the
prlnclpal customs dlatrlcta of the Unlted States are
reported bv the Rureau of Btatlatlca In a statement
just lss.K-1 at NT.ia.7SL Of thls sum breadetuffe
alone amounted to H?.7tT.W! provlslons. *P.f?Tr*.*V>7;
cattle and hogs. $2,f__.24l; cotton. ti,t?,9m\ and
mlneral oll. $4.722/C3 Whlle tlrse Bgurea for the
month of Julv fall 9MMMM below those of the
month of June they equal those <>f July. IMI. and
exeee.l thoae of Julv in ihe yeara UM. IM and IW.
and are I'.'W.nl. gr-atcr thnn the average July ex
portarioa of theae nrtlcles slnce 1R<*V
The exportatlon of breadetnffs ln July. iw?>. is in
value 20 per cent larger than ln July. IBT?; ? per
cent lar-rer than ln July. 1W. and pracically rloiih.e
That of July. IM. The Jnly exportatlon of pro
vlsions Is less ln value than ln ihe correspondlng
nmnthe ...' IWT. IV*-- and IIM. as ls alao mlneral oils.
though ln the latter case the redUCllon ls eOdently
due to the low-r prices. the n'imW of gallon*. cx
norted durlng the month being sllgbtlv ln exceaa
of Julv. \M1, though the tOtal value for the month
is k-ss'ln VRA than In Wfl.
FIRE DAMA0E8 READE-8T. BV1LDTRGB.
Klam.s serlously damaged Ihe three upper floora
of the Ave-etory brlck bulldlng No. 1.17 P.eade-st.
last evenlng. causlng a loss of ?**?? on contents
and I2.5<i'? to the bulldlng. ar.d dnmaging the ad*
Mnlng bulldlng. No. M Reade-su. and Its con
lents to Ihe amount of about 1800.
The flamew w-r- dleeovered on the fourth BOor
bv Polle-man Hanley. of the I_?onard-st. etatlf,ri
a second alarm was aenl in by Deputy i hier
Croker when be reached tbe scene. The flre burned
flerrely from fi:2a oclo,k for an bonr a olumes or
riensMsmok** drove the flremrn from the wlndowa
of the fourth floor aeveral tlines. ard a hoso Mirst
in elglit jilacen. delaving the llrrin'ii's efforts The
flre atarted ln the premlses Of Jsm-s W. Spencer,
who OOCU?).ed the three up;-er lloors Tha omer
oocupa-.its are Wltt* nburaer &? Co.. flavcrlng *x
trflr-ts. and John A Wlllett f. Co . beana, evan
orated frui's. etc The two latter flrms suffer only
damsge hy amoke nnd water.
BUYBR8 ARR1YE FROM SOITH AXD WEST.
Among tha many merchants who reglstered nt
the rooms of the Merchants" Assorb-nlon yesterday
were a large number of women buyers. They came
mainly from the South and Weat and reported that
condltlons Were moat favorable for a heavy fall
trade In thelr respective aectlons.
JAPAX'S XEW LAWS IX FORCE.
Washington. Aug. 11. -The new Japaneae commer?
clal law haa gnre Into force sln-e Jnly 1, and
the whole rlvll law slnce July 7. Tha Japanese
Government has declded that the ravlBBd treatlea
should be put in force Juiy 17, ISfiS. and has no
tifted the Powers to tbat effect. As. however, the
treatv h-tween this country and Japan cleaxly
nsmea July 17, 1K98. as the tlme of its enforcement
th.re is no n-cesslty of notlfyliig the Cnlted States
COULD XOT PAY TUE WALDORF HILL.
John M. Taylor, who refused hls addreaa, was
flned K for Intoxieatlon yesterday mornlng In the
West Slde court by Magistrate Slmma. Taylor said
he had been enUrtalnlng some- soldler frtenda nt
the AVaidorf-Astoria. He had no niu.i-y wben hts
bill of 110 was pnaantad to hlm. and Bpectal Po
llceman Sulllvan, of th?- l.ot.l, took hlm to tbe West
Thlrtietb-at statlon, where he was y^-ked up for
Intoxieatlon. He said he was a broth-r of Alex
ander Taylor. the ya. htsman. He sent out lor
aaoney and pald his flne.
PETITI0X IX BAXKRUPTCY.
Joseph B. Read filed a petltlon ln bankruptcy
yesterday wlth liabliities of $2,562 a:-.d no assets.
p. A. Hargous. his attorney. said yeaterday ihat
Mr. Read v?-aa form* riy interesiej |n tr.e N*-w
y..rk Con iensed S"u;i rompany, ?.-.i. iia<l ooa
tractcd soir.e debta which he was not ubie to pay.
Mr. Etted araa ihe s?retary-treasvirer and nctlve
m.-.nagcr of the company, whose olllc- wua at No.
2'iu West Broadway.
C0LOKEL Ai>T0R WELOOMED MOMB.
Rhlnebck, K. Y , Aug. U (Speclal).-Colonel John
Ja-.ob Astor, whu airived at Ferncllff, hi* auoimer
home. on Wedneaday evenlng. was beartUy wel
comed thls afternoon by hla fehow-mtmbeis of tln
Walter W. Bcbell Huse Company, who. acc-o.-npanled
by a brasa hand, tnarched to hls bOUM snd sere
Colonel Astor, browned hy tbe tropl-:al raya of
tiie .un at Sar.Uago, weloomed th'-m with a few
remaika, and i.fter procl.i.miug a liollduy to thu
labaran eeaployed on hls farm he invlf-d hls \ls
Itors to et?iy and partnke of a nmcheon On thelr
return tbay made the hflla and Ji.i.s of Ferncltff
reverbrate wlth cheera for the Colonel anl tht
Btarh and Stripes
AkBITRATIOX 0F UACroRP'S CIAIM.
Waahlngton. Aug 11.-The rare of TICtOT H Maa
Co.-d, tha Au..i: .'.. mlrilng -nglneer lmprlso.ied by
the Peruvlana dortnc a ravetuttoa and arhoae ciaim
fOT MlMO damagrs was a BUhjad of dlspute b*.*
tween the I'nlted Statea and Peru for a number of
| yeara. wai* yeaterda* r*fen*.i t.> arbttratlon. tba
rase being mbniltt-*! to ihn Ixird chl-f Juallca *.(
I the Dom.rilon of Canada. under the terms of the
j arbitratlon ireaty.
E J. PHF.IPS BEET0BBD to BEALTB.
N..rth Rennlrgton, \'t . A ip U fffpfftaD - The
i ll'nors of E.word J Phelps waa n". an aaTeettOfl
of the heart nor af a serioua nature He hr.
; already reco\er'.d, a:.l w,.l return home on Satur
LETTERS FKOM THE PEOPLE
THF. PROPER USE OP THF. FLAO.
A rt.KA FOR THF. PII.T. TO PlUBVBNT ITS DUB>
To the Kdltor of The Trlbunf.
Slr: Thank you very much for your leader In
Sunday's Trlbune entltled 'The Plag In London and
New-York- it Ii nlso a greal grattflcatloo to thoae
who have long been w*irklti-j to protect tho
fliip from "partlaan nnd unwortby Baaa" to eee in
the aame Issue of The Trlbune a letter from N'rv
ark. signed ?'. <;. Bhepard. r.-ferring to the Kngllsh
Incldent, proteating agalnel tha use af the flag
ai an advartlaemenl and pleadlng for 11 niorir
reverenl bearlng toward the aymbol of our natlon
aiity. The campalgn on whlch the Daughtera cf
the Amerlcan Revolutlon, In company wlth other
patrlotle and heredltary locletlea, have , ntercd la
one of educatlon of publle sentlment. There BM
some merccnary souls wbo would over and o\-r
mII their blrthrluht lor s mefs of pottage. and thnt
dellbcrately. Hut tho BBBjOrity of American dtl
zens who u?e the Unlted Btatea flaa;aa an advertlae
menl or sofa plllow or artkle of draaa.ato-.do so
from tboughtleaaaeaa or through an unedncated.
unrenned Impulse of patriotism. Let such consid*r
for n mom-nt the memorl-s Ba well as hopea as
toclated wltb the Wara and Btiipea. Lel those to
whom "a CUTl of hair. a faded flower, a book, or
eommon bousehotd thlng is glfted wlth a holy
charm" bc-ause or.<e used by those who have
gone before, let thoae grlevtnf, kmely baarta cen
slder that as thelr rellcs are aacred to them BO
lu a larg-r sense ai.d with deeper aicanlng ls lha
flag sacred to an -ver-r, ll-nli.g clrcle of patrlot*.
Thls tlc of associatlon ls not by any means the
chlef raaaon f<>r reverenelns tho flag. Rut it*
welght may well be estlmated now. wh.en every
message from the south telll of aome dear Nfe
lald down ln Iti BOUntry'B aervlee, some new-made
grave marked only by the flag Tou wlll allow me
io repeat in thls adocatlonal lnterest that a bill
(Houae Bffl No. 5.43b deeuraed to secure three
thlnga P1r?t, that the Natlonal flag or coal of
arms of the Unlted Btatea ahall not be used for ad
vertlslng purpooea; second. that no partlsan ilavlcea
or Inaciiptlona shall be placed upon or attached
thereto; thlrd. that tliose who tteat lt wlth Indlgtiitv
or wantonly Injure or d.stroy tt shall be punlshed
is now in the hands of the Judl-iary Commin-e
of the Houae of Repreeentetlvea. it is s.-.id tnat
the reaaoa auch a law has not been enactad ia
that rhe "publle sentlment does not demami It. ln
stlmulate publle sentlment to the polnt of d*matid
lng protectlon f'T the flag is one of the obte-ts to
whlch the Natlonal Boclety of th- Daurh'era of
the Amerlcan Revolution ded by the Mllwaukee
chapt-r, to whlcb all credi* for the lnc-ption and
progrees of the movement must be gtven) ls
pledged. 1' Is earnestlv rie?>ired that all frler.ds of
such a measure abould wriie urgently in its favor
ro membera of ihe next congrrss.
We do not ask a boycott on any manufn-turer
or dealer, although lha freimg of Indlgnattoe rtses
ho; and strong In many hearta when the flag is
aeen BOI only on laundry soaps. hut on beer and
patent medlcine advertliemente, "n plcnie paper
napklns. etc. We aak an enliphtened people t..
volunfarlly and gladly reverence thelr flag. as they
rev.-aenco thelr Blblet nnl rlir'r homes The l.ames
of the Fing lommitte- of the Natlonal Boclety of
the Daiighters of the Amerlcan Revolutlon are
as followa: chalrman, Mrs. Wnlter Ketnpater;
Mr? Jnmes G. .Icnklns. Mrs. Henry C. Pa/ne,
Mrs. Julius Howard Pratt Mllwaukee vfla.; Mrs.
R Randqlph PowelL Washington. D. C.; Mrs. John
Rltchle, Frederlck, Md.
Any of thei?e women will gladly fitrnlsh Informa?
tlon or help In any poealble way thos<_ who are
concerned to serute th- pasaage ef the hlll, nnd
to ?tiniu!a*e pubiic Intereat
REBEKAH W P. pri.KLKY.
Sotithport. Conn . AugUBl 9, 1989,
? -a ?
AN TXTFRN'ATIONAL BROTHISRHOOD.
"I/.VE vorR NF.lOiipoR ?\p RESPECT BTH IN Hts
BRUBP8." ITB MOTTO.
To the Fdltor of The Trilmne.
Slr: Tn the yenr IHI a fioe|,.*y ealled "Th*
Brotherhood of Chrlatlan ITnlty" wns stsrted wlth
the motto fln a slightly different form), "Lov
your nelghbor nnd reapect him In hls bei>f?."
It was hot intended to be. nnd never became, an or
gnr.lzatlon. It was used as nn edm-atlonnl Influ
*n <? ,i leavening force. The movement met a
need of the time and found an Immedlate ra
sponer. The poet Whlttler ?-?' one of it- wnrm
The <picstion la now being eonsldered whether the
scope of thls movement may not be enlargcd
Those who are r-a<-htnn out ,-iffer a Wlder fellow
shlp are not aatfefled wlth nny bounds of Itmirn
tlons less than the .ircult of the globe U?e|f
Although etir Natlon Is now er.eag-d In a war.
yet lt Is a war for bumanlty, and nof for conrpieFt
The plan suggested can bo carried out in the ?lm
plest poaalble way. it only requlrei an aflnnatlve
anaarar to the queatlon, "Are you in favor of bagla
nlng sn lnt?rnatlonal brotherhood arlth the mott.i,
Love your nrlghhor ond reepecl hlm ln hls be
IlefBT " To give tbe plan f. BOmeWhal dl-flnire nhapea
formula ls added. to which responses may h- mad
Lettera u ay be aenl to "The Infern-itlonnl
Bratherhaod, cara <if Church Cnton, No. ia wni:
st . New-. ork."
"Bellevlng that tho ?!me h,> cotne for devciop
Ing a laraer sympathv r.ninng the racea nnd the
nations of tiie ?>nrth. i dealre to Joln rhe Intema
il Brotherhood and Pan-Human Alllance, wlth
the mf'ttr. M.ove yo.ir r.?lghhor and reapect hlm ln
hls beliefa.' "
I have recelved the followlng exprc?s!ons of aup?
1 am youra for the Jnternatlonsl Rrotherhood
and Pan-Human AHlan ? 'The Rev. Dr. Oeorge
Dana Hoardmnn. Phlladelphla.
H-arrlest go,Hi wishea for fh?? wtdrst brother
hood I am convlnced tbat it can only be at nil bv
being w|.|<- -iThe Rev. Hnmue] T Carter, edltOI
and proprletor of "The church I'nlon,"
M,,s- moveraenta are absurd, s.-.\s Colonel Tn
gh.iin. an old fnend of ouri; and a? a general
atatemonl thla may be acoapted. But one rerords
wlth a certaln satlsfactlpn a "movement" for pro
inoting mutual reapect on morai ||nes i-.*-tw-e^n
peraona Wbo have forme?| difT-r-nt oplnlotu on
matter? of hlatory or of critlelam lay, mutual
r-spe-t and courleay between nil m. n and w-om-n
(Th*- Rev Pr. K'lward Kverett Male
The prlnclple Involved In your ii"i"-ed move?
ment ls so fundamentallv true thal lt oughi to be
srif-. vident to everyhodj lt is. however. jaal
th-^e obvloua truihs thal nre rfpt i*a be overlooked
and whntever ls calculated to enll att-ntlon tri
th-m l-~ dealrahle and usefui (Tha Rev. r>r. Pavid
It looks to me ratlonal and practirable to hccln
wlth cultlvatlng th- s*nse of human unlty and
brotherhood hs the mean*. of teaehlng chrlatlan
unlty. for thi<> latter must r-st. lf r-vnr lt tukes
form nnd manifeatatlon, upon s aenae of a eommon
humHnlty. When rhe contictlon that the r.o e ;?
one becomea a motive, It will 1-ad to respert for
all that has h-lp-d or Is now helplng the famliv
of mnn ln lt* struggle wlth sin and evil and
eufferlng. in Its efforts lo obtain to nobler llvlng
(Profeaaor Alexai li r \ G Allen. of Eplacopal
Theologicai Bemlnapy, Cambrldge, Maas
Utterancen like theae, eo-n!:ig from such repre
sentatlve men. seem lo rre tn he most BOggeatlve
THLi 'ln .RF. F. BEWARD.
New-Tork City, Aug M>, IIM.
YFLLOW FFVF.R OBRMB IN CT.OTHTNrj.
To the F.lltor of The Tribune
Sir: Readlng in your Journal ef the proposed
tranafer of a large body of troopa from a notcd
yellow fever locallty to Montauk. Long Isiand, I
wlih to note that clothlng of nny kind will trai.ifer
both yellow nnd typhua fevera arlth even more fa
c.iity than a man alck with elther. The old m*.thijd
of the Brltlab Beeta In the Weat Indlaa, when the
fever broke out. was to s* nd every Infected ves?el
on a crulae north of Ib.lif.ix. N. fi lf our trans
porta could ba aenl to i ape Farewell, Oreenland
tirst. they would com.- back after a blt wlth t-leaii
Li.ls of healih. so far as f.vers ar- concerned
Brooklyn, August C, l'US. J. M. BTEARXB, JR.
COMI'LAINT AOAINST A BTAMP AOKNT.
To the Kdltor of The Tribune.
Slr: Some tlme ugo I s:iw l:, Tha Trlbune a coni
plaint of a siibscriber that th- Oovernment ug-nt
refused to aell c small quantlty of atampa, and a
denlal of the charge by the .-.genf, ln the Tract So
To-day i aent for one hundred _-*?? nl and one hun
dre.l l-(?nt stamps. Tbe Xfcnl r-Iu-..-.] to -<-l| |?n
'i'ati IWO huri'1r-d of i-.-ob. nl-l I ha-l to buy eN.
where < iLD 8I.B8CRIBER
New-Tork, Aog. ?. I8W.
A BTATEHENT I.V BALUNGTON BOOTH.
To ihe Edltor of The Trlbune.
Blr: Raporta h..-.e recently galned li ulatlon
throiigli the se,-,iar preaa Of fl eharacter rather in
tended to injure th..n help thi- organtsattoa over
wblch J bave t_.e bonor lc prealde, Havlng ma.i..
Inqulrlea a* to whether we Intend, as stmeii in the
. papera to abar.doii th- ...? i.'onn aad otb. r milltary
1 tactlce in the Velunteera ol Amerlca, w? deaa it
i.i llk'h; to oui t.-o-jis and as dj_ to our frlentls
and aupportera that a atateaaeni !?? isnued giving
the publle a better ldea Of our , -it..,i
Flrs:?We nuve not dedded. nor has thtro been a
reaolutlon pltsenlod tf' or jyas.-^J by nn> leglslative
boJy of the Vul-nte-r* li.ut wr,j)i m.-an the
abandonmant of the milltary govenuaant, dlaelpllna
or draai for Vojunteer ofllcera
Becond?We hsva from the flrst endegvorad, nnd
wlth marked aj-cess. to re_i.h at.d refor.n th- un
o.r.td and ald tbem ln llvae of morahiv- and
uaefulaaaa, aad lha facl ihat we r.nii ujiward ?.f
flrtv mb<-i"ii poata In operatlon before tne i>ris.,n
work was oatabUahed by Mrs. Booth, and that we
h.*\'- aaa IW atatlona !:i full connectloa ?nd e.piip
meni, witii audiencaa averaglng nearly .'mir hunlr. ?!
thouaand monthly, la h ?? ihai wa
are dolng othei inan prlann a h h
Thir*!- II mn;. Int' r* I n ir lea.irrs t*. know- that
j ln addltlon lo preachiiu. 'h? Onopel t" fhe oilf-Of
: irch md oul of-Cl ai h'':i.-. though
' on', an inran- _?? B ? apared .'ro: . u
I ranka some muti-tr*..-. u( tal lo al commandlng
ofneers to flght for our roiintry's mtm_*_}_the
front, ln addltlon to one of our bajel and mmx^
f?. hand* of muslclans. Your*I fOT OUr cotin'n
CaUS*. HAI.I.I'.'r i"" ? ._,*
No. .14 I'nlon Rquare, New-York Mty. Aug. 1". laaR.
FORBBARANCB WITH THE CUBAN ARMY.
\ rMRtU-firnNPENT WHO THISKR THEIR OOKWCl
HOT V.VNATI'RAIj INPER THE CTJb
To the Edltor of The Tribune.
Sir: TbOUgh differlng In tone from 88081 Bf M
commanlcaUooa eeocemtng th* cuban army ia? -
Iy publlahed In The Tribune. T hope that ln a Bpini
Of falrness you wlll grv* thla letter also a place ln
vour roltimns. To reach a Just c'tlmate of an?
other It ls alwaya wlse to put one's self as muchi R8
posBlhle la his place. Should not Amerlcans fol?
low that coxtrae with regard to the cubuns n
?rm-* Slnce the outbreak of our war wllh Spaln
i thlnk m some treapeeu we have fallod to do ao.
For example. T have scen much wonder expressed
Bl the sudden destitutlon of the army of Gomez m
the Interlor. to whom we have been sendlng food.
aa well as ammunltlon. It has been said that
bith->rto tbey hare been ahic to -aBbsial arlthout aa
BlsUnee Those who make such assertions bave
elther Ignored or falled to see the statements of
Oeneral Gomei hlmaelf and of othara who bave
rlalted his camp and are competent JtidKc?. They
Bag thal th* Cuban army was of n*cesstty dlvlde.l
Into small bands, whlch scattered and forag?d
Where th?y could. When onr war b-R.ui the con
dltieaa were changed. Thea they were obllged to
concentrate ln order to be In readlness to 00
OperatO wlth ua accordlng to agreemen*. and, of
courae. the araated country could not yleld enough
ro malntaln -rach a body of men. it would aeem
that this slmple explanatlon should smply satisfy
rvori a non-tnilltary rritlc.
Agaln. wlth regard to th* comm*nts upon G*n
eral OarcU'a contingenr whlch met na at Santiago.
it cannot be denled thal they appeared al a disad
vantage. After months. yeara of privations. tn*ir
? onditlon was suddenly relaxed. Hungo'?na -
half-atarved?they were fed, nnd who can biarae
them lf In ?ome Inatancea they wer* ?jre.-dy . we
aii have the anlmal Btlll allve ln us. and rt 1* n?l
unllkely that Amerirana m such clrcumataneea
would hare behaved in thr aame manner. it w*?
natural perhapa unavoldnble. that our vtetonoue
army, equlpped wlth even nereaaary anfl <con
vetii*nce thnt mnnev could furnlsh. should nn*.*.
f*lt ihe contrast and showed It when they saw
these ragged soldiers a.-rept food and .trm* from
thelr own boantlful Btores. Tel ihes* were the
aame men. hungry an.l In rag*. who, though un
uaed to our methoda, had yet been ab,* to hold tn*
Bpanlarda at hav ln thelr own fashlon for yenrs,
?.,,) irere atlll ready to d;* daily for thelr country.
lt in nol BBtontahlng that they were aenaltlva to
crltlctama and comparlaona. Ivho oan wonGei at
it or al thelr .lii-appointment when the s-cotirl
iarg*st dty in thelr beioved Isiand had mllen and
an entran,;e was denled thelr raggeri army' I no
not belleve tl at the Cuban*. after refrannrig
from r-tallatioti under the most cruel provoca
ttona for thre* reara, and after their order
lv occupatlon of Bayamo and other towns, wlil
ahandon thelr self-control ln th* hour of vletory.
Hut rhat Is not tbe queatlOO. Without doubt they
hnve been Impatlent and hasiv at Bantlago. ln
drawlng thelr conclusl-.ns nnd aetlng upon them.
Bui ahall we nol Btrtve to show them great ehar
itv and forbearanee, and excuae rather taun ac?
ciise wherever posslh]*? Th?y are l.atins. not
Anglo-Saxons. and they have suffered through
generations under an oppression the horrors of
whlch we can but fnlntly cor.c*|v* We owe them
every aympethy ani" *nooiirag*ment, and, whlle
not expectlng too much. should be car.tful not to
underestlmat* thelr ahliltles wh*n they shall he
relieved of the Bpanlah Ineubua We can thus
stnooth the dlfflcult path yet before thera toward
politicil llhertv, Instr-ad of hlnd?rlng lf by nn
frl*ndlv and carplng crltlcism. M. J. H.
R*thl*h*m. N. II , Aug. c. 1WS.
BPAIN MT'ST OKT OT*T.
To th* Fdltor of Th* Trlbun*.
Slr- Mr Fltch eertalnly W tor progres*. and
show* that If We do not tnprlfuf** s new staf* of
affatra la th* Phlllpplnea N wiu b? d*fl?h to civii
iJtatlon and fncnurag?m*nt to a government wh^h
ln Its acreptanc* of th? I'nlted States peac.-,
*. rtii-;. declarea nolhlng wns done on Its part to
provoke this war. Is It "DOthUg" When an army
apenda yeara ptittlng up hurnan b'lngs and starv
Ing th*m to de.-ith. too? Such thtrps on a Clty
Btreei by one indivldual would creevta a mob of
defence at one* bui when It Is B government doing
the ssme thlng If Is called "Ghing no provo,-atlon
for (humane) protectlon
Ifeaalea are heelthler out not ln. Th* Spaniards
had b*tt?r go forth to make It poaafble to ln
BUgurat* health in I'uba, Porto RICO and tha
Have tare glven th* il\** of our dear onee m*r*ly
to play tagand hlde-and-go **.k wlth an oppresalva
people, or have we aon** to th!s untvelcom* war
to iift cruelty from s !i*rd-pr*sseii people and to
eatabllah pura lawa that shall make men put up
thelr swords and go home llk* the Prodlgal, to
r.-rient ani lead n*w llvos. and thus awaken our
read* forglveneaa and frlendship? HIRAMIA.
New-Vork. A.igust B. iBrt
CHICAGG ELECTRW 00MPAXIE8 VXITED.
RD1BOW r-ARTOR \TT"V ARROR**.-- AI.T. THF, OTHFR?
BATR r.NF. tviufH HA? RT1 rr.AVT
fhlcago. Aug. 11 "The Tribune" says:
The chlcago Edlaon Electrtc i.lghr Company ha*
com|ileter) th? Hl>*.orptir.n of *\?ry important COT
poratlon now furnlylilng Olectlic Ught Inalde tho
eltv limlts of Chlcago. Th* natnes of th* *om
panles whlch h;i\e been Bh*orh*d by th* EdlaOtl
Hvd* Park Thomaon-Honeton T.lght Company.
Hyoe Hark Electtic ijlght and Fower Company,
People'a l.ighr and Power Company (Hyde Varki,
People'a Eleckrle l.ight and Motor Pow-??r Com?
pany 'town of I.ake), Mutual Electrtc I/lg.'U and
Power Company CHyde I'.rki, Knfil*wood I'lectnc
T.ight Company, ^'est 'hi.-ago Llght and Power
Company, tVestern l.ighr nnd power t'ompany
fTiOkevlew). Edgewater Klectrlc I.lght and Power
Company. Chlcago s?ct!onsi Electrlo i.lght Cn.ier.
rround Company, *ud ''ommonwealth FJIectrlc
Ltgl.t < 'ompariv
The onlv e|*>.-frlc llght company not tncluded 'a
the de.-ii i? th* roBmopolitan Compaaiy. Whti? lt
ha* a franchl** and *"m? wlrn laid. it has not yet
got a p'ant.
Arranuem?nts hav* b?*n mad* wlth n lo.-al s>n
dli-at.. to tak? C'rOO/i'iO of Irst mortgage bonds to
be is*ued bv th* <'r>rnmoiiwealrh Company under
the terma of th*- trun d*e.i to the Northern Trust
.'omppny Of th* mon....- to b? obtalned by th*
sal? of th*s? bonds, whlch wera dtopoaed of at par,
C..1*0,0911 Is to g.i io pav for fh* fir?t nlne oomp>ini*s
gl\en In th* abovo llaf. Of ihe J.Vi)..v?) remalning
fB.7) .--an ls to h* u*ed In cons'rurtion wotk and IUB;
(iv? to pav off the old Indrbtedne-n nf th* . ommon
4>. . _ . -
COXYEXTTOB of BTYFRS.
Th? first annuai conventlon of th* Bur-ers' Asso
. iatl. n of America was beld last nlght at the Hotel
Albert, Eleventh-at. sn.i Cnlverslty Place. Presl?
dent Martln Roman. of N'etc-York, prealdad. The
followlng olT: -ers. who have served Blnce th* In
cepthm of th* ass'iciaiion, w*r* re-..if.rt<.ci. p'resi
dent, Martln Roman, of New-Tork; rtco-preeldonta,
J. II. ?'arey, Phlladelphla; C. E. Adims, .'hl.-ago,
IIL; i.eo Lowenateln, Kaahvllle, Tenn.; John D
Boyer, Provtdenee, R. l : rremaurer, ucorg.' McL
Johnaon, St. l^niis. Mn . anrl aecretary, J A Kr.tus,
New-Tork. ExecutlveCommlttee: James iv-rguson,
Jeraey Clty; <' A. Smiib. New-Tork; R, Perry
Hughei, New-Tork; Wllllam Ettlinger. Phlladel
phja, T. P. Bwlft, New-Tork; E. M. Boatman,Mem
i.Li.-. Tenn.; lii-njamin Braun, New-Torkj <; lf.
Butler, Phlla 1-iphla and Mtlwaukee, and !?'. PifTer
The prealdent, Martin Roman, delhered fhe an
About one-flfth of tbe memberahlp ls oorepoaed of
women buyers throughont the country.
Another aeaalon of tbe conventlon will be held
to-iiiifht, when the membera wlll vote on aeveral
changea In the conatltutlon and on th* questlon of
rstablii hlng a sl.'k fund and a death bencfll fund.
Tbe membera wlll a.ao dls-ciss the advifabllity of
e.*i ibll.'hlng a permanent iiorne in th* dty for tho
aaaoclatlon, wlth fine quartera. where tbe buyers
from out of town and thesj of the city may tmet
at all times.
TROOPS TO HF. BEST TO Af.ASKA.
Gt'Ni.r.U. MERRIAM TBINRR TWO op. Tl'nEK HVM
DRCTJ ARK NCF.bI-;i> TO KSBP THI PSACB.
Waahlna*ton, Aug. n ?Qeneral Merriam. com
mandlng tin- Departmenl ?f the Cotuaabla, luis re
ocived full power ba the matter of nillit.iry affalra
lu Alaaka. Ha t legnaphed te tbe Dapartaaent stat
lng tlm: th. i.i-i i,oats were about tu leave for
tha Tukon country, and u mlghi i.e nrrraaary t,>
iome portlon of the Arm\ there t.i Inaure the
publlc peaee. lt la rjrobable that he wlll aend Iwo
nundrtrii or three hundred m?n, Ineludlng u battery
of artillery. Oen. ral Merriam wlll aelecl au. h troopa
from hi* command as he thli.ks are needed lu
8ELLIXQ B0GV8 ISDOR8EMEXT8
Complalnt haa l.'en made to Collector Bidwell
that "nangtra on" around the Custom Houae hava
been takitij; ndvantagt- of the new rule requlrtnc
paaaea for penon* to meet frl^nds un the pler-:
Theae paaaea iuuf: be indorsid by the Burveyor of
the l'ort. It Ib anserted that m-n who poaad 88
Cu.*t.>in llouse brokera, whenever they Ww ,
woman with n pai-.. would poiit.'.y H^k't,l n, ui'?
the Indortemenl f..r h?r nnd then a charge of 11
would be made for th* lllegitlmat* bualneaa Th*
leader of th* gang wns .j.., ted from th* hulldlnc
yeaterday and tha 'oll*ctor ls .-xpected to aton
futtlier annoyance from ihi* BCrOro*,
LAROR FIRE l\ \F\\ 0RLEAS8.
New-Orle*jiB. Aug. U.- A flr* Btarted he-,. |., ?
nlfiht ln th* . ??b.t n- Turkl*h bath aatablleliaaent, iii
Bourben-et., and, wh.i* no Indkllnga were di -
atroyed, lt penetrated Into aeveral hirg.. Canal il
re-ail atorea dolng eonalderel ge to i
wlll appr-Mlmate **gM,t****o wellTnaure.! Th*
ato ka of l> H Hoimea A i o aepai aient store
? c, < ? . r. iiie Nlckle ivu'.- ?h,>*
.-.?r.r- Jnrn McCloakei confectloner*i d,,
BM . & funiibhiiig*. w tre moro or lee* cla-u
RU8SU IS BTILL AHEAD.
rontlnncl from ?rat pnfl^-_
I weapons on four Russlan *?*??*?. Th^Bf"'.
! wlll be extmded lf they turn out to be sati.fa -
j tory. _ #
THF MTUATIOM W ??** __
1 EV,?KNC-.,S OK THK STHA.NI,. WB***** ??
TW^;.V KNC.AND A.Nl> WOARBA.
Vancuv.. P- C, Aug. "'^^^
rrom Peklng h, th. ^^^^
how stralned is the f-ellng ' <
? and Russla. It WOtiM wMM that C*? Ma*
Russla. and that the ^^^.^/v^Z
for aid ln gettlng ??ack tl.e Leao i ing
! aula hns heen critircly mlspla.ed. Tr*ry ha.
j lt beBun Z P-celve the dlslnter*,^ bMp of
-Tho North Cblna^HS ??*" >g ha|
; bankinfr corporatlonB.Jum"R * <Mr.Btnic
the irnperial chlnese r"Uf^,V^1) ?.,,,.,-Kwan
! ,,onv?f AV^^Ruaal"^!;^ ?A?alrea
, to Ncw-( bwaaf. w-'?" . rotroal wrltten
;8ei.t to th.: Taunf -l;.; ;," ? ;, ury propoae
' : ' ' ?"riUi o letiv and allow the Ruaalan
'I', ? J-AffnlS .oannul! the c?ntra,? betwe?B
SnSittab blS and ChlBtB. Oovernvant de
iUSi" S5J?c5JKwtth tSftlx.. tlina
i eigned ft Becond '''n'r!i',0 n-,ninK prlvlU?ea and
iMn*. th^^??MlSd^e?e5.tlet 5 Uvl
SWT355'?"thrae northern fr.M^re, of
; wltb tho 'n.ent on of n turn.ng to p ^^.^
?cheme for -a ' ?ov'?"\lnhtt "beneficil.l to the
, whil. BUCh . -;^;;;,,r:t,H.lntall"-tr. Morgan.
; qovernment. nnd alao. ?w rtf succe9n.
^IT^ihnVhlSeae ?w wllllnS-^nal they are
' Kven If thi ChinP3 "/ .r ,.onPent to allo-.v
not atlll Ruaala wouw ng^ t_ hP pat
' |rtS ta Chin-?"with an Fnglish Ma* and
Wa.nu . at W? ' r, nnnual lnterest Of 8
??S?? flTheJnrst ta5t.ta.ant I^^M-JJJ
ihe materiala requlred shall be bome-mnde. fail
n* I whlch they are to be PUrchJMrtfl from a
Kgian ayndlcate. Bbould the ayndlaare ba un
able to pnai'le matr-rlal not prOCQJPahla in
China II 5 o be procured hy pcWfc tender.
Vho R-lgian ayndlcate ls declared to be P.elglan
InTvinnom'-. being COmpoeed of RUdUai and
ARMY AXD ~*VAVY ORDERS.
Wflshlngtrn. Aug 11 -The foIKywlBg Atimy. Vavy
and Marlne Corps ord-rs have h-en Issmd
Daaw BeeU n 2 of the vt of Ceaaraea *p?"\\'?%,
1?M Drovldlng fT th- ? ? -- D of a tl ld*e acw"
S ?GSSilBier a board ^"^"JZ"***^1.
JOHN O. wai.kkk. i nlttd Btataa N?'3t_i2!^2'
Sr^fmunS^o nuV'.t^JaeiTunS fjj ?? ?*
? the presl tent of i.-.e
Volunteer Infantry. is nonoraeiy ?a baanjaa he r> .
vi... 0f the Pnlt I Btatw
Polnt, Uobi Uland, for duty.
|f*_5ft___ &AV5a%o*8Ktc l.4S-__S
r*-^..i, AD lUU G PAIl.tlY aaalftsnt quirt?rrr.ajrter.
C"Pr!'*l Sf?.e.Pv^imtee-s wilt pr-eM ro-rhlar-it- for
ei nauItaU. n. .....
Caot-ln PAAMK B. PATB1CK. Bth Bamaimt t nited
TitM t-Mu. Infantrj is hwioraSIP dt*bar_?d
' " rn'tM Siaien
r_,r>tam HB-tRT \ CHAKDLEB. Btll l c.ied Statea Vol
iSVeer Infantr.- la I ? h?rMt fr-m the
tervlce of rhe Cnlted states
Th? fellowlrt walelanl surg-ons. T S-. Aj. BtB
DrMNd fr m ihe p| . ? ? .'-er .I-wig.i-.-*-'1 W
_ , . pirt .;, . f r dut) letUg Aaatotant
Bug/n rS*BKRT T. HXKTI.KTI. M V-r*lt l?T.
M Y \etlnir Burgeotl Ll ORIrR M
.'-/VIKIVP Ten. .vs ?..<?,. N V; \ r Inp A J 'i*tnt Fur
mii HBKKT B STOTTEB ' 'I'"*
Aeimg Aaaletani Burgeoa JAMW C. aVMB, V. "? *-.
A ni?. m.?*! .. Fnr; McPheraon Oa., for inty.
.-.,-- uslstani Burgeon hahoix* w. .-..v.-pkr.
r-vt-i siv Army. srlll pt?eaad <o Ptort Myer.
a. f. r i-l-i"
Arrina Malatanl Burgeea KP.ANK E- *TRO?IES Unlted
A SfatM .in i- -'' "* Chleka?aMBi PurK for
Actlng" Aasi.ut.t BvgWW D. T. M KIS"S\ JT. Cnlted
f-ta?e? Arm- wlll pw-?ed to f3amp Rissel 1 A. A ?*-,-.
Kalla Cbun ... \'.< , f ? l?U
Aermc laalsunt Bunreon ALFR-BD B. Gtl.Ef;. T-nlted
Sfatee Ari". ?.u pweead ? Oarnp Russ*. l A. Alflar,
Falla i ?' ireli. v.. . f r duty.
n-., _j?uienanl MKT.viV W. ROWKU* M-h *-av?iry.
win j-^'.n in* regunant
i/.?%. ot ii^.i'^ for two r.nnthi ta franted M-cond I.leu
leaani WII,t-ARr> M caBB. 9M Mlehlgaii Voliiateef
Ma>r T M K sMlTil. la' Infantn'. l? dltal'M as a
rieni.e,- f ihe Board ?' Bunev ln ri*? * of nral
l,ieui?ian John H Bennetl. 7th lnfnnn-y. ?rv? I*
.. duty with said board.
i.,., - >hten - for tw montha la srr&nV'l r?n..trtin
BDWARD ?* OAI.B. W New-Tet* Yajwntm it
lya a -t abeeace untll further ardwre la rrn-Ued Qapiala
EDMPNP rttiT, S'h lnfan'rav
xt,- l?a^ ? ol afeaenea iranted i'ap*ai_ t_ omas h
BHIEUDB. i-it Miaalaalppl Volunteer Infaatry. i? e*
ten'!"'l (m# month
Ltontea .lai r ?; pavkxpoRT. -.--tired. s*
sljme.1 eilMga Of Kie.etul. Llnhtlnauas lilH-ltct.
Navol i-.i.-'"' JAJIBB f: COMBS, deUehed fre* the Beoe
pt n and ' rdered home *>n i^ave until Bepieaabea ->"
P,,,?^ \j?istant Sunreor P B PTAJID. d'Mrhed from
lha Kathadln and ordered i > I ? ' l-a-ai Hoa
pltal. New York
Na\.ii Cadet r. k kv:a?:. Betached frow tbe H*w*r BBd
i-rdne,! hnme oa lenv* ualtl -i.-ptcinber 30.
yaval cadei La, B. OOX, fr., detached fnim ttu T?t? ?nd
ndered he".e en leavs uniit Beptember BO.
r-hief i:n(r!ne.^r T .1. BCHKt-U arOarad to the :t?inbow.
ra_me.i A.??i?iBnt Eaglaoar J n ROWBK, dataabad fr?am
the Bancroft anl ordered h. nie on l?n\e f,,r three
EnslKn i IIATtl.Ef- N BORDEX, a.?sl?ned f> additional
dut- In ? nnCCtlon r. Ith the auxlllary n|idl B rce.
lld Pl- rl '
Ueutenant CoaunaaOer W. .1 BARXITTC, dea ched from
,'tnniar. 1 of tha lioiaath.-a nr.-t r'ler.,1 to the hespl
tal al Key Weal r-i treatmeai lempornrtly and later
t'. the boaplUl ni l'nrtsiiouth. N. 11.
I.leu-.enunt E. J. l^'KN. tfetncfaed fr'-m th? I-ancait-r
and order'il tn the Hei
Ueutenant I BARUBB D VREELAND, det.?-hed frori
tha Ue_*n-_ ?"d ordered to the Uolphin aa executlve
Ueuti'iiant W. B. HUOHB& ordered home or? alck leave
for tuo Itrathi after t?elr.K delachcd fnira tha h>-?
I'H.il at New Vork,
Lleuti-niint M. ('. ilEoniJAS. d-lache'l fmni the Navy
Y?rd at Mare Ialand un I oedand t> tiie Alhuaroe.
LJeut'-nant II. T HOUBTON, drlaclied fiom ll? .'aetlne
anl ordered to . on-.mand the DorotllM
l.i?iir. :i u.t i*. PARKI-R, detached trom <cmn?i?id of the
lluiiUrnM anJ ordcr.'d 10 Iho K.Uiiliow.
Ueutenant wm.i.iam ii CUFVORD, ilitarhig from the
M ni. uk and rdered to iha Ralnl ??
Uaainnani B -?: 1.. HUTCIUBON, 'i-ta.-l-.ed from the
Hui.tr.-a- and ordered to it..- Rainbow.
Ueutenant LllARliEB I.. PARKRR. .letarhed rrom tha
rat?kiu aad ordered to tbe Uareellua
? . ? II and order.
Ueutenant JAMBfl P PARKER, detaebed fraa the Min
neoota and orderad t' ihe Marceiiu*.
PagmaatcT'i '.--a i h ix>NKUXO, n n'nalad by i*a>
maater R T M. Ball, and ?, . rd to Rtaahlngton
FirBr.l Akalaiai.t Burgeoa s ii HVANB, ordeii <] to the
Aaatatani Burgeon T I. KHOADH, detadied *a?ti th
Martae Barracka ,.t Waahlnatoo and orderwl t.a .:,r.
iiinif dutlea al Waahlngton Sfaval IbMpital.
Aaatatani Bnrgaoa &LPRKD Q mt: nwki.i.. ?tctache,i
from ihe Na\.ii Provlng ilronnd aad uMcmu :o th?
IVaahington Martaa Uarracka.
Na.il . ...? t II .; M\N!,i:i, dataehed -rom the Harva-d
anl orderad home f. i laara t'li Sen^mher .-ai
Naval .?i.i RETNOLM HATDBX, ..rlerr-,1 trv f,e tit.n .
BaalfU JOHN DB P DOUW, detat-hea from the touthery
aad urJerd bOOM
Baalgn lt. A. MOREHBAO. dataebed from the .."rank'.ln
and ordarad lo ihe ? aatiaa.
Boalga I. T BURROl'UHB, detaebed from the MJinhatta..
an 1 .,rd.-r-J li the M:*r,-.- :j.
Knalan ll F. PUL-LBR. detaebed from the I_e| ith an.l
ordered lo lha Uai tllu
Pnar.,1 ,\??'ntat.t KBCtBeer Vt. M r.It.MAN. dr'a.-l ad from
the l-_.?t l ' aU'li al 10 IIM Mjrrn |.i_a
Aaatatani Pnymaaur A-UBERT IV, UAVKNDBB fc>rier?d
t.. tba Bou
v.. ?? ?' OOODUJB, paymaater, falled BUtae rafarlna
I . marlne tarra.kh, Nif.'lk \h ?r,l
i iau? Ialand, Paaa . : ? ' ' "
Beeond Uiuienani PRANK \ KfNNE, lared 'i
barracka, Pwrtawtouth N H. ; r 1111.
Seenri Ueutenant C <i ANDRESBK. order.j to martoa
harrarba. na\ai r?ae. Key Weet iu, r,,r aai 1
eecend uautaaaal HARRT i.i'.i. ardnod lo mart-vbar
ta.iva, \\a*hln('..at D, V , tyt lu.tiviiu.x
?TRIFLES in cost but large mu
I porUnce, for they arcthe|S
things that make dress perfeaior? 1
An Absoltltely Wf- th>nk that -we arettu '
NewGlove ,irst!,? sh?wthese *Z f
7Sc..P,ir ?!^3*?3 ?
very popular there. Thev are woriH*
gloves. of course, and they are knounTJ
?'Mock Rcindeer." Whv that titfc ?*/
can't say, for they are not of reindecr ikin
all. nor a very starthnj* imitation \htrj!
The skin is a lamb suede, treated in
wholly new way, givin-j* the nch i_l
depth of color that rcindeer skins take b?
with even more than their pliabilitV-2
softness. A superb glove for everyij
use. lt seems impossible to wear it outi
soil them out of usefulness.
Scventy-five cents a pair. You are pja
to buy, if you sce them.
WomerTs Days l,ke y"terday ?*
Seree Suits you /hc?mber tnat *?
?jcisc ouiia are othcr Summer suiutha*
those made from lawns and or^randiei
Here are some.
Summer suits in serge. black or nart,
All made within the last five days.
At 110? !?'!?,-l'ront, silk-lined jacket. percaline _**
At 81.*) md 517 50?Bcautif-.r.v (jflored -*owm y.
inarj with taffeti. ' ~
At 820?With fly-front jacket. Mirquise flouaoh
akirt 'the hrit hint ol the coming Fall style), laag
throti-*hc<it with .:1k, finrshed etquiiitely.
S<>cr>n<1 W\OOT, Hrr.arlwajr.
Women's Vests J-J^ *jj|
and Stockings their nme. The S
reductions quoted below are intended ata
hint that they re no longer welcome hert
Oareful. discriminating purchasers maytia.
tect another hint:
At ISjajC ? SoT.e of out r*-*ular 2.1c I.*)? t*) wrei
we've added t'.ie 'Vcond*.' of other Mc md ?*?
qualitiei ln the latter the'e's a rr.rued stitch ara
almo.t indiscernihie <pot here or there. Tlteraj
all Sunmer weight ksie thre.'d w;th low r^da,
plain and fancv trimmed.
At 3*rc. - Swisi ribbed whlle We th-end, extra fyt
weight. with fine lace fimmirr-- af reck and anv
hole*; 3 for a dolla'; arere Mc eadl.
At |5e pair?A very low p*ice for very fine qtaaat
black cotton stockmars: made in Gerr.-.iny; Hogg.
dorfdye. We're run cut of sizes, 9'j and li
Thus, remaining siies at little mere than hiif viat
ni'M-./xti'- Mf.nt'on of onlv a singie Line
tnimren s -^ one ot- f)ne ribbed j,^
Stockings ,nc,s jn rnedium shades of
tan. fast color, with high spliced heelsand
double knees: sizes T to &1?. They were
called exreiient value at 2oc. a pair. Prki
9 pairs for ?*>0c.
.v______9m chnM We had these madefcr
Women sShoes USi ;1nd sold them at*
for a Dollar _n<_ u.60 tn comp-ta*
with $:J sorts. They competed sosucce*
fully that all the most-wanted sizesare goo*
If you have a narrow foot. this is yoaf
chance, for we have put a price of
One Dollar a Pair
on aii that is left. Really a $3 grade,-t*
fact better than some $3 shoes we know
All sizes are h;re. but only AA and A widtns, txca*
in i:w* 7, IH and 8, wh'-e we have C, D and t
A1-.C. tan kidskin laced boots at f 1 25. that are P
an.i |2.30 sorts. Ltght. fl;xible loles and a frtf-dan,
reliable, well-wearing, f'ne-looktn--, tr.edium-coil ila*
All sizes in these.
Fourth a??nu? *n<l Nlnth ?tre*t.
Fine Silk M*'*and ^??J\Jl?
? i u j.ii-^ former a:e '2?> and 2? in.
Umbrellas VV!th natara| wood han<j.
At Little Cost |eSi a|| Sttk. The women'i
are pure silk in black or navy blue, with
natural wood or Dresden handlcs. dose
rclling. 2-t and M in.; case to match.
Eithrr would be good value at tf.15.
Now $1.7.".?men's and wonicn's.
*a i oi Ca.?. We have a few left?
Men s Blue Serge . .erlain b!ue mt
and Other Suits sult 0f which we have
been. and are. verv proud. We sold it in
hundreds and hundreds at |15, and btgm
vou to compare it with *)'*? kinds. which
you apparently did to your satisfaction and
ours. . .
Double breasted. silk faced tobuttonnole,
and with " Wanamaker tinish " in every
seam and stitch. Tak** what is left of these
Twelve Dollars Each.
There are :* fancy c hev lot suits here re
maininc: from several $l'v? and $15 jmei
We bunch them all toffether ands.iv."liM
them at W.M." Vou will have done so Dy
six o'clock to-night.
leeeaal leer, Paan-ta %*ieaiie ,
Books of Worth IZ^T't
for 18c. short list that follow*
will gtve an eiceUent idea of the whoU.
NoiM has ever been sold at less than IH.,
and generally bring even higher prices.
Slr Walt*r So..tt:
l'oi lun*? .?r M.?*1 B*trotI 'i
Tho M.ma.it-.ry Wa-..>' n .^..aflBaB
Ouy Mintittmr Ou*?a)i?*lae.a?J__*mmm
llnleof ljamnKrmoor Pt H ? ->3J? w_m____
K?l Oauntift '?'????u K. t*rt 8f Parar
Barnal r Ku.'.k* Mxrtm CMaaaaaaall
Ptekarlek I'apci* "?*"?? a****** ???
Our iluti.nl Frl*n".
Th?> IVfriias't. ?' K-rirmr* Coopor.
Danrfl li'-rc.r..la. Gixira* Kllot. 2 vola.
The M...V rn -Sury Taller
11 -.J? tVwiv
Ulilm* anJ O-Mttiea. Tif.maa Hood.
Kat*rr*ii<... r; White-atelTll *
l-*rvjk? ,.n the l-O. H M UaUa/ityaa.
Ofntlandia, Mr-> Knn.l.ilph.
liiniv Aii.ty. Baaaual u>N?r.
Marry Ix.rre^uar OUl, l.*v*r.
P1ob**T W0tB**l ?* thr %V-^r Mr* Fllia ? EU**>
R*r*r1*a .r n flaaailnr Dl M-!\*.
Th* lto.lt St -rr Mnth *tr."*t
h.rnierly A. T. Stewart \ Co.
Broadway. -Ith ave, 9th and 10th stsv.
i his Is Hargain Season.
ODD BEDROOM PIECES
now befc>W tactorv pricev
_45 West 23rd_Stregt
?eceaal !.?..,... n..,t lt R cUtMOpr *^Jmm\
nmr.n* l*rn.'k". Nav) Ya: I. N-?* > '"
. ii.arin. harra.'ki. NtjTtMfc. ?* or4?r*a i
P*vr.n-1 M*ut*aanl .M.i'KKT n i'',!',j'?..? f>r a*
-. ? | . bi n .. i Tafa, **-*? ??? ?
?tiu.-1 ? -^? marta*
8* ? Uaaunant H C PAVI8 [?'?^jJSa ???
harrarlta n*.*l haa*. K?< "faal ?"1
U. (. C .- 8 I
BMMd Ueuunani T H U>w iml ;? ? 'e4V,j KaBa
lo?a. an.l or,*ar<>d ta ma:ln* tarr?-??.
Key WCt.1. f^r datj.