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aw.it i"ir?":? Bilk 2 and R?lili>e Urara.
r?*iso- 'Z and *>-'* I alka."
lui ra 1 ea*raB-*l aaa ?? ?? A Night tn V-soiea.'"
KlHiN Mlat.B Waivrorka.
usaM'i-rsRa Hi i~-.it-2 anti A- Twer Psator.
Mambo*, et-eaei Tatara-- 2 aud ?:30?? Mar "Rless-i-i.'
Ml IS ???all I I MN I'A Kk?Hil al-hail.
Si *a \,.iik comvi'T TiiBATar.- 'Z and 8?l'.andom Kh.it.
nial'* waeaes "and S?"Tht "Blue and the Urn-."
Ont) (isotsii* HaarbalL.
?taS 1 ei KTMS -2 snd a -"The mine nf New-Vork."
1 ai stsi "Beaaeea*- -a--?? nae'sTnbiiiaUeas."
Wail ns- lui sim--'J sud ts ?? Ma-laii) rji>er."
iitsiMiTiiuiti-'J ana b -'? Kast I.tune."
? rn Aii-:? I'm.stsi ?? :itid a?" Welltett Dora."
ism eieiBTlui Area?X euri ?-?? Ths Wage* of sin."
JnOet 10 Aoertiietmrme.
rae* Oat T"are. Cert.
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!, arwitai ion Notlres. >4 (i.(.era*) Meaaiara. fi 45
l'iv.aea.1 Net-.r. ... 9 4 Prapasaia . 3 ii
Dreeaiaeaiae . S 5 Resi Relate.. ? IS
?.trareiuna .ti (. Religious Natit ea- 7 4 8
?..-srai-sN-iti A.tvi ....a r. r.'-inis and lists. H ts
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l.I.tea an.t len lera H ( ssiea?ia?s st asiert.. . ll .'.(I
B sit. Want es lt la k?*s-'a,: NatWest. ?'? J
Maiees a t'aiai.ires . 3 (1 *>ti-am<>-nts aa* R. R. ?*? f-6
leirmeuoa. ?? i-.im.wia. Raaotls. I B-j
te*s. N.sv-"a . a 4 Taackara. fi 3
I' 'r'.J "aleel.BUTS 1? fi
fns'.ncce Xatitra.
"Ai.ai.iiM.r Bitvv>'
B ? i *>.ts (?it*rii?X5Kl< MILK.
ttinjMi nuts' io mau. lUMCBunta
Pottage 'ree di the United Stott*.
1 Tear. ?Months. :< M.sn ta a.
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Remit hr Postal N. ta M.?*t Order or Rear!al*red Lebbie
Bv P..ala. Noir, the i-onialtsr wvi please write ea liv Mete,
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MUKCH offices OF TBI TRinrsK.
Ailvemaeiunaia fin r<ul>li<sa?laa l-l Tnv Tsiet-sr, and arlars
-et reariilei oeiivers of ths itai'y lisper, will be rei-sivaii al Uta
fellowttif branch ?'S'r?i la New Yertt ("itv
M-Ato r*.ts>w*-< Knee I.BBS lt?.a wa., ti a m. (rag p. ra.
Ko. ."av*. Wesl Twain* llilrd-al.. IO a ss taS p. in
"fte. TenTliiHava.. tiear furl *-sev willi-st . 10a. rs tts tap. m.
No l,e*'? "I hud. ave. aear -atulrlhst , !"? nt nip in
fl ?"*? hjttt ? mr ttm-lr-vl aml-lwci.ti 'tftl- ai . 4 i.. t |. ni
X BM -miara, Na H Kast KeiirlscBU.-ai.. lo a ot u>8p at.
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FOUNDED BY HORAOI ?KEELEY.
KBW-YONl rUTUEDAY. MAV 24.
TEM PAGES,
7///T VMWA THIS MOMNING.
i\i-iic.\ .?Tin- l"rfu<!i brij- Benerfne sank nfftlif
OreafBanka; a crew of tune, ami liiiv-ilii- c paata
engage wtieloet, ? Lotd m. Leoaardawi
>ie>"dataaaanll yaatetalay. fonewahasber
r<*? eiveal limn (Jetienil i.,.i*iiin at_*ce April ll'.
The Dake ??! Marlboroaph him nftereal te soil cloven
pirtnrr-. Bl tin- Islciilieii-| l'jtlnce faa. ?907,900.
- lie Aaehflf Line atssainor Castalia, vsliieli run
aeri'initl oil I le,iis. Baale, will tx- s total I >ss.
itiNi, i.i -. -. ? iii*- ."-.iiaie peate! Mr. Aldiieli's
aubstltnle f"r the lull attaMlahuig a Bareanoi
l.al-.n Mai.-tua. An aiijoiiniiiieiit waa lakes until
"Mcii'l^T. Hi.. Maggea i l.tt-et" ||r, K. IK
resssintia.il j,,t ;,n hu eel Iga 11 iab ot Ubeekanas
againel him. Korty-scj, ***eegeea Ililli were paOTbd
ut th- evf-tung aniaee,
|) .mi-i it .-'l ii? inj-iri- s uf the Prince [mperia
nf .l.i;ini. who \ias linn in the inci-li-'il OB the
KeW'York Ceotral Railroad, delained bim
ni Rorheater featerdajf. = Ilia. J. Ran?
ia .lt.li Multi, 'gi, a niece nf Madame
Buuaperte, la canae iv.*.me t-.t Baltimore, John
( arius w.i- m irdered ant', kia beaaa etne robbed and
fa reed bj ileeBCvadeea in Weit Virginia.
i Methodiet Epieeopal Ct-mfereoce voted
la nu.'e TTiih tb? Canadian Method isl
J >|?J (inri h. J',').- Prrghyterian
i."-ii.-i.'ii laaembljr adaa-tad reoehitiooa ia favor ol
temperance, - ThaPeaa Baaa, in Pittsburg,
ivsinn-.! t>:i-.tn.-ita. ; ii,-. Pimlico mee were
? I A vi.ilcni thunder atora visited
R '"'i. H. V. !-..-t m.ht. ,.\ i,in,,| ,,f r;ver
ie hare bera working io Hndaoo Ki\<-r tiissna
i its'. Mrs. Monia sud a Biala a ? ni
|iit(<- eoisonod her husband in Georgia.
I'tTf \M? Si.'iii'i.inv.-A ii<-fa'i'ition ta the
aaaaaal of ??:->".ilmi bj Paring Icllci Hinckle-, of
ll..- H'e.-.t - "ie Hank, li.ts Ix-eii discovered; Flinck
lejrhaeBed. The directera od the New-York,
laeke Erie and Weetara Railroad roted reeterday
!.. ;.<>-tjiotic i>: vmrat of the .lum' iiiiei-vit on the
ac. turi -*?_aole, Pardiaaad Ward ts;in \ . ?
in ih<- l.iulluw Streat Jail bv his wife
trill brother, the Rev, Dr, Newman and
i-i"tt Lord. - Tim Booton baseball nine
1 defBBtad hy the New-Tork nina.
Eulogies ol (ha rles < i'C'o'.ioi were delivered ht fore
the Beach and Mar. A mas-, meeting al Tain
nuiiv Hall \s as addn-K-te-il by Petit I ena ll HI ii Hard
lind I'd k kbuin. ? T_t iiii.iiiisliiji l'l'liuis Mit-,
qnaraiituK I baoaeea of sn aethreek of-aaallpox,
Kd-.tin C. Burt, tbr slioe insniifai ttuii. died.
Cold value nf tbe le-fftl-leu'ler -silvei dolJitr
11 _'.?? graiusi. H.ri.ji (i-nts, ? *8toelu wereireafc
11 /(inher leattaee, Ui?* coal shares Inajiieg tin*
aioseni. ut.
luis Wkai.hkr?Iit!?t yg less! nbssrvutioaa ia
ligate epoler, fair or partly els-udy weather, ts-ith
eba noes ai rum. Teiupsj-rature featarda/i lligli
ait. *<7-; larraat. (i.i*; avarama. Tr.-'.
Rennin* leartng toten for the MMM, omi etun
Stei Uatflleri, nan hate TnTM Daily Tuna v_
mrii'Imi to them, jtnttpaitl'. for ~'t rent* per masbfa,
the (idih 1 ir. briny chrttiitrrt at often ns demited.
Tor. Daii.v Tuiuixu trill be tent to SMW4bSn1rsSb
in Eur.ipt fur $1 'Ar> per month, ulm lt unlwlet
the ocean pottage.
ItiliK-imt look as though thc Bafttah GOT
-"tiiiiii-nl hud any sati-fat-lnry ftOtUKl for In -
Uetiag lh.it (jeni ra] (Joiiliiu tvns saf.-. Tin
?-fl(irt- tiiailc to leach hun :since April 10 have
failed. The reporti show that Um MebdihM
kee_ leiaiag atieagth ; und Kitaiioun i.s prob
a'lis -) 1 -losely invwsied flint u liieSM-ii^ei even
1 ann ?! ..et thion^h the linea,
'-?
The < li\i liiiiieiil hag (shown its (Hilldene, in
(he -'.*f.nlit> nnd -ccurity of the new railwaj
Kinte io Ike City ot Mexico by oompleting
;ilT,,lli-ell|i'llls ftir g tl U'lllltl (hilly 111.*' 1 .-(|\ icc
ovei tin line, lien lofoi-e the rej-'iilr. niiuls
hare beea teni bj iteaaser, t.'ikiiiL? ts,icc na long
M liv the r;iilto:ul. There are already erl*
dciec- reported fron Ute City of Mexico of a
H'ti( kel.. .I |Htl-( in tin Uf| of tint plaoe <;tn-( (I
hv daily t.ulu.iy coiiiiniitiicat ion v- i I li ihe
I'niicil -ti-it's. ih' reenit eeaaol hil i<> bc
beea loiel ia auuiy iraya te both oaoatriee.
'ihe ki oiil of Ute loee of life on Teaaela ply*
iv?t_- ls'ttvien thia ciimtiy uml Europe promisee
to Huh appalUnff flgvroa foi Um year 1884.
J In* F: i in li brig Si norine baa gone down on
tbe Newfoundland eoeet willi 6_ petaona on
board, ;ill ol whom periabed. Thc Florida
carried down 13S p ni guan, and the Daniel
mann ll"). There irere 100 Urea lott on
tbe City of Coltunbna, bal thatTeaeal waa aol
bound for a European j>ort. Ifbetbei or nol
eareleeaneai waa tbe eeoae of the diaaater to tin
.*-. mu. i' will probabii Berni be known.
.? ?
The action of thc Elk din ctol.-:, |_ poatpon
i!ii* tba paymenl of tbe Interco! on tbe oom
jj.!!!-.*, -x t und Bbortsage bondei i? another of
the iiiiloitijii.itc n snith <?f tin- diaaetroua mil,ne
of Gnuit t_ Wald .md (Jin Matine Bank.
Foiedosujc c;uin''t .f^lyvv, under tbe tarina of
the mortgage, until thn-e yeans after the dc
faolt, hence, the com pony will haveuinph liiiie
in wlacli to aiake tit* payment. FortunaUdy,
dicaie any continued depression. The outlook
for thc crops is pood, which necessarily means
increased railroad earnings.
After ha villi: been properly amended, the hill
to create a Bureau of Lnhor .Statistics was
pegged yesterday in the Senate. As it came
from thc House the hill was Jonsely drawn.
There wriR no Balmy fixed, no clerkships wera
protitled for, mid tbe whole suhject waa taken
entirely out of thc reach of thc Civil Service
rules of tho Government, tho Bureau being
made a sort of golf controlting alair, responsible
to nobody, li tbe House concurs in the Senate
amendments, the Dei0011 will now hecoine at
t.idled to the Interior Department, with certain
prescribed duties. If the Perena bi planed In
charge of n pegean with a char understanding
of the whole lahor question, competent to col?
lect and tubulate labor statistics, it muy bo
made of groat public benefil.
? ?
Taaunany Hall has hud the shrewdness to
pla** <? Haelf on thewinning side in thc Democratic
party. According to Mr. Hurd. Mr. lllackburn.
Speaker Carlisle and the other Demociat ic lead?
ers in the House, the Ight in the Democratic
National Con vt !iti,m will all turn on the ques?
tion whether OT not thc men who voted for thc
Morrison bill shall be sustaim d. These leaden
uiidoiibiedl> represent ihe Hcnrimcnt of four
flftbg of the Democratic party. Tlie other
one-fifth is reprcsenti'd by Mr. 1.Mu?
dall, ex-Senator Barnum and the old Til?
den tenden who hope to beep the tariff quee
tioii out of ihe Convention. Tammany foresees
the ivsull, and last night it placed itself
M-u.ucly on tho record in favor of the ('Milislc
Morrison siile. The old Tilden crowd in this
State, which lins always opposed Tammany,
will undoubtedly stand by Barnum and Ran?
dall, lt looks as thongb Tammany was pre?
paring to come out on top.
Foriniinti ly for tbe city its Interests are so
veil unaided at qnaranttae that no alarm need
follow the discovery of smallpox ou thc steam?
ship Polaria. There were only twelve deaths
from smallpox in this city last year, and tbOW
nen imported caws. Thc city has long been
fn-e from any epidemic of that kind; but, of
Canine- tbeie cannot be ten much eau exer?
cised, cspet nilly nt this time nt tba yeal. The
danger to the public health nil conics from
the overcrow ding of the tenement district*,
where many logeignere, ign-aranl of onr taara
.ind custom*, refoae to obey the regulation*, of
the Sanitary Cede. Tbe anmmer corpi of
hnpeeton will mm>h be at work in tboee
districtai and it ha- none good iee*
vice in the ]Ktst ill tlc WHY ot
diMenainating informatieo and in -raring
for ihe sick, ll will bc a groat .--lin lo lin- pub?
lic health when thi eily cnn be lid ol the tene?
ment bonne syatem. Perbape tbe comaiiaeion
appointed bj tbe-b^gialatnre to investlimte thc
subject giay he iii?t*- to solve i!ie problem of
(indinga. Iterand practicable ira] ol hoiiaing
tbepoot*. _______?______?_?___,
A QUEST ION 'ir TACTICS.
!?? itKU'iiitic conventrona show that tlie
nm..Inaii.ni ot Mr. Tilden i> more than poi-sibh .
Thc Is'cpublican National Oonvention, beiiin
held lii-t. will have to mi with thc probability
..I Mi. Tilden'* nomination in view.
.?'luther Mi.. Tilden cen cm ry Kew York
again i- md a question which thc pnrloi
a'li.I'eurs aud professional reforroera ere
.;ii iliti.-il to answer. In -olin rrapeetg lie wonld
lethe weakest candidate, tbe Democrat", could
nominate, and they well know it. bnt in others
Ile WOtlid It the itaTOUgest. 1 Ii- -tli ll_'lii. ss hal
ever if may be, is in New-York ; hi* w. ah nc
ia everywhere else. Strength in manipulation,
.nu' a faculty of get iii*:.r al the ihaky 01
coiTuutiblc roten, make him itanireroua in thc
towna, wl.ih- tin- public estimate of bia conduct
and character makes bim weak ?.*. herevcr hone-.;
v "ie- by pa ol ? tizena rule tbe day.
With th ? proaped thal such .1 candidate may
be liomin.'ti-d iii July, the Republicans tire
.1 io make their choice in Jone. Thi
taken New-York candidate alao, win %i strength
in p.i-f trials has been u holly in manipulation?*
;,i the adroit ni inagement "t cliques and leaden*
iu the towns. President Arthur, when he waa
a pally manager, had nudejiiableskill in that
direction, and the chun of worken who an
most experienced in such management are
ireneially hi'-- friends, Bnt raeh a aeleetion bj
lin- Republicans wonld stoke everything upon
the vote in New-York. Then i- not much room
lor doubt a- to the result, if Maine, Ohio end
West Virginie should irive Democratic
majorities. Politicians wbo are advocating the
nomination ol President Arthur nie therefore
bound to show clearly that, ai againsl Mi.
Tilden, he could seine a majority in Mr,
Blaine's (Hate in September, In President
(saith'ld'.- State in October, and in his own State
iii November.
it is possible, on the other hand, to nominate
a candidate who would come to New -Voil, in
Kovember with the election almost certainly
secured. No one supposes that Mr. Blaine
would fail of an overwhelming majority iu
Maine. His relations with President Oeriield,
and ida own personal popularity with tbe voters,
make him stronger in Ohio than any other
Candidate who could be named, with the
possible exception of Senator Sherman. His
sneoees wonld Ik- certain in the doubtful Pacific
States. Thus he would come to New -York with
1 n tsonable oertaintj of aa electoral majority,
even if no Democratic State should be "rained
and if New-York should bc lost, lint it is also
highly prohuhle, as was steted yeaterda>y, tbat
tbe nomination of Mr. Blaine wonld secure a
Republican victory in West Virginia in October,
and there aro wil known reasons for believing
thal In would be strongerin Mew-Jersey, as
against Mr. Tilden, than President Garfield
was against General Hancock and the Morey
forgery.
These arc considerations winch every clear?
headed delefirate in the Chicago Convention w il!
tully weigh, lt will Dot be hard to learn
what the chances are in Maine, Ohio and Weal
Virginia with the respective candidates. Ii
these m.ale-1.1,1 be carried by Urge niajorities-,
tbe conflicting statement! about New-York
need Occasion noone anxiety. Bot the truth is
that .Mr. Blaine has shown theater strength,
even in New-York, th.ni any oilier candidate
and particularly i.u the districts from which
ina.io;iiies eoine whenever the Repuh
cart] tin State,
SUBSTITUTES BOT A h.VI inn.
In giving assurance to every ^Congressional
Diatrict that Ita wishoa should be respected, the
last lb-publican National Convention accom
pl (shed a groat work. Tbe plan adopted pro?
vided that delegntoa and alternates should be
choetn thbrtj dari before the meeting of the
National Convention. Th.it was for the pur?
pose of making every State and district secure
in their right to bo represented only bj the
delegates or altoruab I chosen for that purpose.
Under that rule, the conrentions were held and
the delegates chosen, a foil 111 of nhomii
givi 11 in to-day's I'm ai m..
The advantage of thia plan is found in the
fact that ll 11 di.-,triet or Slate i, to he lu tiayi d
in ihe Cann oallen it will have to be done in tho
voters. Under th?v? eirownetanees the tadas
creet boa-t of sonic of tin- President**! Mandi
that he will have ovot toity votes from Penn
sylvania, and that he will knmBM -similar gnfof
elanwbero, i? worse than idle talk. Of thc sixty
Isaegatoi chosen from Pennaylvanta, M least
forty-eight wi re elected because they (ledan tl
for Blaine. N'caily all of thoso atc under
mitton pledgee, Riven to their oonstitnente, ta
vote fer Mr. Blaine. How many af those men
will pi to Chicngo and betray their trustal
And what good would ii nomination be tu
President Arthur, it obtained in that _way I
We donut believe that any of tin ne men will
prove traitors at Chicago, or that the talkof
gains from such'souices is anything more than
the same kind of btustol tli it charai-leri/ed the
Grant oanvassof \**?.
lt bm bera Kiid thal amne of tbeae detagutoa
and alternatos will remain al home and -end
aubetitntre. Hut that would avail nothing.
Provioai tO tbe last Convention it liequci.tly
bsppeued thal a perron, rejected by his district
State ass delegate, would nevertheless sit
in conventions in dehance of the right* of the
\otel-. That was done by ihe unjust proxy
aystem. Hon it works may bo iUuatreted by
the statement that Mr. Emory Stores, who wi*
defeated i<>i delegate-at-lsrge lunn Illinois, is
to demand a sent in the Convention as a substi?
tute bu a distrirt delegate. There is shu) talk
of substituting Mr. Beecher and annie others
who eould nol ^-ct elected in this State. l*nfor?
tunately for such plan**, they are directly op?
posed to the principle of district representation,
and in antagonism to the declarations of the
last Convention.
Some points wore -settled al that time which
will be ol' particular interest HOW, A ru'e was
adopted in relation te tbe alanding of delegate ?
and ellet nate-, which will no doubt become a
precedent for all future oonventiona, Under
thal rule only regularly elected delegate**) or
alternates aili be allowed to ito, any at?
tempt to substitute tt-. a delegate a peraou not
authorized by a convention to net for ii will
not be leeopnized under the mle. That (plc
will bc uncoil.iort'ibb' io delegates or alternate*
who may desire to permit Homebody else le
aaisrepreeenl their eonstitnenta; bnt ii is tobe
hoped that there will not ix- nmuj aucb perenna
iu t!ic next convention. 1: haa abm heen estab?
lished lid;! each delegate ceil vote Recording to
hisjodguM ut mid thal States musl roto In theil
ordet ot else lose their tight to be counted
on that ballot.
mr DEMOCRATS SHOULD KEEP QUIET,
Tbe Democrats are not meeting with great
-in .e.- in linii eftorta to tli-;>,n.- '<? the work ol
the I. . To dchoun > *!?: memben ai
collup!, and ai thc Kimo time to find rciatoni*
i u the largi um ib< i ol n foi ai on ssui-es th it
wen* pa Mod, i*! uotanensi undertaking, I
work of 11.1 ii in ?_- taxation, put if. in,: the city
co, ci lina nt. driving out ol theState powerful
corporatiuna aucb a- tho . i d in Ute
mannfaetiira of bogna butter, relieving com?
an rec by tin reduction of pil dagc f? ?. and tbi
in .? -tigallon .'"ul ??- pnaurc ol abuses, were not
in h sm.il. .-. i ilor* Bl i!" di- talion ot ,\ lobbs,
bul rather lu .-; ile of it.
Lobbyist* were not able thia yeer, as they
were last, to secure tin inacrtior of their jobs in
the <.tiri.il Street Railroad act. The men
known distinctive!} as politician--, representing
both pm lice, were uot -rtronjj iu ? . coi
to defeat tho j a I ii il Si n lei bill
Milich takes out of their control thc nr.inicip.il
pat rona gc of every city of *the Btate having
more than 2 >,tXK) population. Instances might
i. multiplied showing thal netthei the power
of the bibby nor that of the polltieiana waa
tiongi io .?]' to defeat good legislation. The
talk of the evil influences thal swayed the
i\ I H ! gisl ii'.u'e during the aosaion is
without foundation. There is not a particle ol
evidence tosustain such an assertion. There
wera two measures upon which the lobliy made
their usual rigorous onslanght?the Street Rail*
i". 1 bil] and the Pilotage act. Everybody
knows Im rv they failed, if they succeeded on
other bills, ol which there i> no uvideuce, ii waa
ise the ni asnres were of apparently small
importance and thus escaped close scrutiny.
There wera no .-caudal- at the Clerks oi
Speaker's desks, aud there was nothing in the
wholo course of the legislature to warrant this
absurd tali, about corruption.
lt will mu lie claimed that the Legislature
was perfect. So long as it ia in the powei of the
Democratic minority to combine with a few
black sheep on the otha ddeendblock the
wtieela of legialation, there will arise grounds
im criticism. But .compared with ita Demo?
cratic predecessors, the Leg! latureol 1 *-?*-> l i-.
. ,. . lally worthy of commendation, aiid.thellb
puhlican porty can well aflord tu go b- loie tile
people on its record.
ifcThe bad bill.*>. which have evoked criticism
w-re tatrodueed by Democrats, lt area Senator
Murphy who tried to gel through the Fifth-eve.
paving job. lltwas Senator Jacobo who used
every pretext, including that of sickness, to de?
feat tba Pilotage bill, li was Senator Titus who
eras able, at the close ol' the aosaion. to defeat,
in thc interest of Bherifl Davidson, the ".bill to
abolish imprisonment for debt, "lim" Camp*
beir.s and "Jimmy'1 OUver'a Ulla to a.lil .v>o
policemen to the foroe of ibis Jolty, and Sen itor
riunkitr-'.bili (unfortunatelj approved by tbe
(taverner) tm a .new Civil District Courts and
other like measures, a ere of Democratic origin.
The combined fbroe ol thal party rallied to the
Mippurt of Robert 0. I homnaon on the Tenure
ol Offl< e bill, and even afb i be a ia coudemm d
by a Grand Jury -i11in?? under the influence "l
Iii- friend In tao ?District-Altorncy'a office, thc
Democratic .Senators on thi ? i i Committee
endeavored to whitewash him. \\ uh such a
record running all through ihe -c--ioii, tho a lae
course foi the Democrat ? wwii 1 be to ki ep very
quiet about what wa* done tl is year at Ailinn-..
Tin: TMIMUNtTS FRESH-AIR /, \/>.
Midsummer weather in May i- a foi -ible re
miudei of The Timbi ? i'*. annual charitj - tm
paign. In ri aponsc to con- ml and prca-dug in
rjairiea wc lind il in ???.--.. m to announce thal tue
work of ili<" Fresh-Air r'nnd will bc re-tunied
tills si i .on it au i ,n!y ilate. (louti ibt
have al read u eorm* in, althou-rii uo :.|i
;,. .1 :-:i- bc ii i-i ?. ie i" roc pul.lie. Goneroua
pillion- ol thi-. beautiful ehaii \, li!,.- Mi -. I. J.
A-:.it. have -??.?n excellent example by theil
pi.jin,ilue-- in anticipating the requirement*of
the -.a-on, and there in ii >w available the hand?
some Bum ol $2,329 51, including thc baluuee
Carri! d ovei from last fear, rhe Rev, Willard
Parsoua hu- been actl ? ? ? ped foi levernl
weeba in providing coantrj bonn i for the tone
itieiit .'cliildicii and bi making thc preliminary
ii j for sending out partii of chil
dren. Tiie preparations ure in a forward
and the operations of tho Fresh-Air Pond i*>iil
be opened undei the most favoiabhi oonditious.
This haa become m populai aeharitj Ihal it
is no longer necessary to makenrgenl ;i i>p.-iii*
foi flnanoialanpporj orroral hospitality, The
plan of transplanting during Jnlyjand Augnai
Coi a fortnight'! racation the lick and negh cted
children of the li?neiucut wu ld fi om hot pitvn
iiKiils lo shady hun -, fiir'i.inl meadoWl and
oheerfnl homes in the country is at once benni-,
nant nnd praatioal There is every reason to
believe that Tai Tumi *a_'s .circle of readera iu
{ town and country will interest itaclf 'In' th?
Preeh Air Fund as warmly thin year aa in prc
vioiiM aeaeona, and that tho work will prosper,
livery penny that is cont ri huted in applied di?
rectly to the tiavolling eipenseR of the children.
No money is wasted in miscellaiieoii.*) expenses
a?printing and advertfcrinfc Mlaiiei or ottos
rent. Farmera1 hunfliea ami snbnrben restnento
open J heir homes to the children without
charp-, and the subeCTibofB to the Fund pay for
th- transportation, wiii'di is furni-dicdat greatly
reduced rate*. It is a charity neel economi?
cally managed and appeah** to the leneroua In?
stinct! "I" all uieiiibcis of Tm; Ti;iih;nk'.s gua!
family ol' leaders.
sin im: asd 1X8UMANCB.
Governor Cleveland has just signed a bill
which effects U important change in thc State
len of life iii>ui,ince, li provides that "suicide
"of thc person whose life shall have been in
Nanrod Khali not bc a defence to au action
"npon any policy hen niter issned in thia Btate,
"where the per-on whose life ?ball have be n
"insured wsw bunna when ihe act causing
"death Waa COiiiniiMed, anything in the policy
?'to the eontrary notwithstanding." Under
this amendmi nt to the existing law it. in ob?
vious that suicide bi practically excluded from
ih-- categorj ol' lawful grounds for n anting
th. i lymcnt of life policies, since th difficulty
(.1 proving ihe snuity <>r an) amcide is
virtually buraperable. Tuna ii haa boon
and i- *>'ill held by aaany (hat the
verv net of suicide is proof of mental
aberration, and tl i- acnroely possible to
conceive of a cans in which tin tanityof a sui?
cide could be demonstrated, if might be
thought that when n ema, having committed a
capital crime, kills himself to avoid arrest, his
sanity mighl be assumed. Bul In such a ease it
ia clear that the man does not reaam lucidly,
foi it does not follow Ihal he would be coirs kt*
eds even though guilty, bot timi he wonld be
punished, though coin icted. He therefore p**e
fera the certainty of Immediate death to the
b.-ire prospects of execution under the law, and
this is (?]? ,ii!> not n rutional conclusion, aud
may areli be regarded .is affording ev id- nee of
Insanity,
Again, the man who commits suicide to escape
from n condition ol physical nattering,declared
incurable, mighl ;"' thought sine. Uni reflec?
tion allowa thal be never could have any cer?
tainty as to the irreinov: liilit\ of hi - (ll ?:?.-(,;; lld,
thurrfore, his -grasoning also i- uuaound and in*
sane, Moreover, there remains always the old
conrdih ration wini li plats so bnportanta part j
in Hamlet's rolUoqny, namely, the nnknown
character of the state Into which suicide lutro- |
duct - it- victims. The assumption iii. I nothing
ran bi arorea than tho mundane condition, ee?
ra a ihh bi sought, ia plaint*] gi.
tons, and not to be adopted !>y any mind
in :i healthy slate. The prism-fade
roucluaion in coaea of auk-kle, in fact, always
| mu .. bc tli 13 wa ii anity,
and tho apparent!) i di tl orythal anicidc
I . .! (Ii till hailee Ol'
dis. ii-.:, is ri ulli a very fcound working bypoth
? -i . and maj be a dd to aum ii i
arguments relating to the question. Ti.;- diffi?
culty of pro j in suicides baa per hap a
determined . he inaiu .ince romp?>ii.?--. to act i pt
ihe change in the law without resistance, i
formal n co-rnitioB of a pre\ lously accom?
plished fact, and il this is so tbi conclusion Ea
probably jitdii lona,
lu a familar rec ul c iee, where 11
li.-.l evidence was procured I ndit to sn
the theory of cei I ii" i i mraiice companies that
a policy-holder bad Insured heavily wit
Intention of killing himself, it was [inpossible
to persuade a jury of the truth of this allega?
tion, iind no doubt one reason waa, In addition
to tbe defects of the chain <>r testimony, thal
most nun an, \iiy reluctant to believe In the
poi ability of dtdiberate and coolly arranged
self-murder. The natural tenacity ol life ta bo
strong in .ill healthy creatures thal in inkind are
justified in ascribing an opposite dc ire to some
derangement of thu intellect, and ;;i ? Insurance
companies have probably already realised tho
futility of resistance to this common sentiment,
Henceforth, then fore, suicide will be no bur io
the payment of lifo instirance, and while thus
the families of many an fortunates will be
enabled to collecl he amoint .if I heir policies.
there is no re.i-on to apprehend that tli" temp?
tations to suicide will lu- Increased by the
. ?? in thc law.
A BLUE-BOOK STUDT.
Tin- cable dispatches since January have
given a desultory and unsatisfactory account ot
General Gordon's mission. The blue books
contain an orderij and inti lligible recoil! of hi:,
iiini-, operations and despairing appeals. It is
ilu story told in the official dispatches, recently
bud before Parliament th.it hens most heavily
againsl the polio) ot the Gladstone Ministry in
the Soudan, nnd explains the moral defeat sus?
tained hi the hut vote of censure. Asa trust?
worthy and connected BCCOUnl of the important
events of the hist tour months in ila: Nile
Valley, it requhn -. close scrutiny.
General Gordon left London on Januarv 18
for the Soudan with instructions from the Home
Qorernmenl to giro advice respecting thc
policy ot' evacuation, and io perform such other
duties as the Egyptian Ministry might intrust
to iiim. At rani) tin scope, ol iii-- tni--ioii w.is
enlarged. He w;is given dujeretionary power to
retain the Egyptian troops, to direct tbe policy
of evacuating the country, and "to take tbe
** necessary steps tor establishing an orgaui: al
"government In the different provinces ol the
- Soudan, for the maintenance of oilier and the
"rcKnation of all diaasteraaed incitement to
?' re-.oh." By the Khedive's firman appointing
bun Governor-General, he waa expressly di
h.-ted to restore public tranquillity on a mire
basis. The Egyptian garrisons were to march
ont, but the country was not tot'- lefts prej
toanaichy. Some form of native government
waa to be established before a. General
i .onion'-1 ??(>'? i ii ii i mc of operations, aa laid befme ,
the Glad: "one Miuiatry, included six proposals : I
i i o a nd down tbe river the families ol I
!._\ pi mu employea; (_ te replace those em- i
ployes bj native officials under himself - (3) to
concentrate tho neighboring tribes agninst the
lladeudowa, mid io "pen roads from Berber and
Kan-mil i" tl"- seaboard i'l to n lleve Hcnnaar ;
, to scud stcaniora to tin Equate) lal Provincon
;,- d" - ii i ii.'.:... - of troops ; and (6) to
aii.'icie at 1? !-??!; im- thi ir withdra ira] to the
.- i i-i ui- in l'.iltur. T.u- memorandum waa In
the Premier's band when hi tim debate on the
iii j? t vote of censure he declared that the Gov?
ernment had mi wi-a to inti rfere with General
Gordon's plana.
Gi im ml Gordon, on arriving al Khartoum "ii
lYhiu.ii,', 18, telegraphed to Cairo asking for
the appointment of Zebchraa hUaucoessor, Ile
lilied this step on two general groundsi (lj
Thal t" irithdrawthe garrisons without placing
?otoo one in authority at Khartoum Mould be
the sign for genera] anarchy throughout the
(oui.iiy; ii'i /.ehclu alone bad the ability to
rule the Soudan, and hil appointment iso'ihl he
onii' i'-..illy accepted. Sir Evelyn Buring and
Nabarwere itronglv In fa.or pf pennittiug
/.elji'hl' td .Sllcceed OcilOrill Gordon, (Hld |Qg>
geatodthntha should have an mumal mbaidy
otlji2G0,OOO foi ti ve yea r.s. Thc Home (j omi u
men! objected to Eebett on tho grand that he
might ally himself with the Mahdi, encoiira;"e
the stave trade, and undangat General Gordon's
life. To them objections General I'onion
replied early in March, conteudiiiK that Zebehr
bstead ol _wkingeoinnannoaneawitt the Mahdi
would drive him out of Kordofan, and adding
that MUM one must mle over a slave State,
eitherZebehror the Mahdi, and it would tn
better to have a mbaldiaed ally than a fanatical
foe. ile gara the clearest reasons tor the ap?
pointment. Natives would not take the plana.
ot the Egyptian rj-Seiala. tor the mason that
they were afraid of eonspronibdng thensael'res
with the Mahdi after the withdr.i-rnl of the
gnrrison, Hieaonree of wenkneas wno thal ol
brina; a foreigner! a Chrietfaui and ? penna*
maker. This aronld be over if Zebehr wort by
his -ide. As for 'General Gordon's personal
safety, Zebehr would be certain to look aller
bim, if (in- Eg] ptian subsidj depended upon it.
The British Government refused either to
sanctionZebehr's appointment ortonltow the
1. j_r \ f 11 i. i. i Mini- il iv io assume the responaibilitv
for it. With this refusal disappeared thi bul
chance of establishing a native government at
Khartoum, and of withdrawing the garrisons at
Senuaar and elsewhere. Thc sick and the
women ind children had bei d sent away from
Khartoum earlj in Mureil. The evacuation of
the town could not be completed unless tho
K;rypti.in employes were iviihdrawii and the
machinery of government was entirely sus?
pended. N'oi could ei acuation take ptacc unless
iloni ia! Gordon decided to desert a population
that had e*eloomed him, and in thu way coin
promised itself with tlie Mahdi. HecooJd not
force himself to do anything so dishonorable.
When Zebehr was withheld be ar-ked for troops
either b> m ,i\ of A--oiiiin or Hiiakim, II" took
it as a matter of course that General Graham's
blood*, victories a ould be turned to Borne ac?
count in opening the road to Berber. The
Gladstone Ministrj recalled the army and toft
i\li,..loii:n to Its talc The blue hooks close
w i'h i lem ral < lordon's soornftd repudiation of
the iden of borrowing money from the people of
Khartoum and promising to stand by them, and
then of deserting them: and with his angry
threat to retire ;<> the Equator nnd to leave the
Li berni Ministry te aipooul the disgrace ot
abandoning tbe live chief garrisons ol the
Soudan, _______ .__________?
TALKS A lui UT TOWN,
mmcnmrq ran ARTHun meettxo.
'..'. il-n-tr'. ey-Anprnlaee of tnt Fart, fha BO*
il. ":i'"li feature of tt;c badness nirn'i -li,'i.tu" tor \\
tim: wm Um SlMieBee froui the li-t of many soo-and
??l'-l.lllii.ll ll'lal l.,!-lllras tli.'il Ot" tal.' f iiy SS ll', il!.' IdltlWII
tu liic (.???'mi ry. laebaaffieeai Araojd, Coaetabto tt Hay,
lin. MtOOaSaaMTI (if A. C. ?**'' ?'? *S I I. M..".\ , (>'.V. ill, KllHe-j,
, Loni a i'iis',.i', r.i.w m rillara, Baribaor .??<<?..
Harmer*, snd *> thousand oi* liku [snailssm >? ia tm sosa
. ? ii-i I.- Ca I'l," .1'-';..'. The !:.'.'l!.I: tile 0*11
wena! iiii.'iitii'.-l> .lil!--', ut CUMS ani' .ri.-. .. rn m. kuew
vasa be wea OnUeotor, Produce Exchange and
Wan street brokera; and waa^-*?1ttMlsas. Cd -Merse
IB ere were a few rood assMis. bat iiio proportioa was
Maali. _
Mi v*irn IiIKcO'ii'MIl tJjriON OATHKRIKO
Darneline W, BUee, dry geitm,?Wt tasatly
picoted *vltb lim sueoeea of our ti)*"'iQa: lo badness
I'i.-i.|. ..' A; tl'ni I'ssn.a maertBf IB St outrlit to Uidl
.il't- tn lilt i'ii lintis '.I'l.-' llOST '.Va It'll 111 ?!'.'. Ill Nl'S-Yorli
tewan] eat. lt wm a soooeas Ul srary partle
ular. _
i Hi: BILL TO COMPEL THE P.URYl.V; OP WIBXB.
? ? ? /:. ii. Da -
t-.-,i'i,j-u besa a meaaun under the eon*
iidcration ol iii* Oorerosr ssors BMNBeateas la tts Im?
portance tii.it. the MU wal ti han |asl faMd both H
.it .\:i...... g of all kinds ot elsi -
trtcal wires, "s- ("?.'??- Lambtstdsf pradestlBattoa,
" lhere U a groat deal te bo tatd on beta stdee." Private
-. however, likely to be much more effected
?eat ol ths meaaun theo a: lint sight ap
sean rhos, from this odtoo asm areas private line*, of
iHitli it legrapfa a.-i'l telephoiM mil \m eertooeljr mtertsrod
v. th. Tin h. 'aice merosatUe boneee to have
me t'oinmaaicattoa la rstottoa to oredlts, fall*
?c have canted many of them ts ooBBSOt them
? -. srli" with aa lc rs; svinle thc-r aro few larj.*e e*
d the ; '"'? beting tm I .n"s or bmnehae but
un .lasctadooe ear or the other by private lines irf Iel
rs iii these, sad til others
ssl... M ty hereof te ?^:i ilmilar ooaasotloat, to pat their
wlree imdergrouad win bs plaelag tho weaksr obos as a
disadvantage at compared with their stnagor soaapstt.
ten in basinets. I' is sato to say thal thara are ta this
rlty, Rrooklya aad rMalty, tans to tee thousand pri*
rete wires, aud ?*?? great ls this faculty Ihal the number
inii"t rapldlr Isenaee, To eompsl ? trsach to bs built
ever] times wire late be strang, octa eauso ths payaMBl
of a high rental to tome underground fraochin already
sauting, wUI hs greatly to * aameroe sad mano
fact-urea nf evsrj kind. Ii l? ma that me wii-**, us tha**'
dos appeal through ii;'' itroets aad over the roofs, an
snalghtlj :in.l incoaveatoat^ bal the rall tracks along
Pulton aad Church ito. ur*) quito as great a nulaaaes to
ths property-owaess la thoee thoroughfares; ret it would
?I'.*: sa outrage praottoojUy to ttrndin-atT) riie.se lines of
coniiiinai 'Him ny ordorlag licui aoderaeaththe ground.
,1 auton ai i is thora betwetu n BMaaars ordering
a ph te ol eondUcatiou of this kimi uud tbe hill bow aston
the Governor ia ralatloa tott-iegraiih wi i ea l U ie doubt?
ful if s aieasan Binrc seriously affecting a gnator variety
el lt.! reata kat beea baton him tor oonetdentton this
sassies, aad ha win do ?roil to get Intorasattoo from uti
som. ss baton ks tiei Ides wii.it to de with lt.
MANY MTJBPEBfl AMD BVICIDBB.
Xf.J.l Deputy t rantr.?The cen.uer'* oflks
ls v-'iy but-v at present. Them ls r.n uucoiniutui BBBBbei
of murrtfr-i and tis BSBBl wi tn tlie advent of weather sal*
, Idee !in-iea4e. I aiipti'iiie tlie cause of thc SBlOtdSS is the
-inti wtileh (?(?tues with ihe i-lian.'^ af the westher.
rtmra seeaM to bs saan thaa tint u-iui aumker of f-tai
ii. .?[?iaiit-.i'i-* nels SS M"'l.
nut nrcLPrnp io talk poutiob.
I,,, i n' J ? t, j; Oorman, rx-<, ,,.il,u- fr.,i? 'Jer.rj?,. ? Ynu
moft ges bm to talk pottttee. Pmlataraeted bow in mii
rtiat'.. ead ( onfederate boasaa Io ri->r:?r?l lo tho latter
ire an neting Oil Deoontloa iiay Isovsr. That 14 ah
torbling etteattoa nt [irraeut. hut u-hi-u lt is i>ast svr sh.ill
puah rlabt on to Richmond. Ko, Ihsvenl quit pol
but- wall I .mi I .!i>:.'t know who will br I'resnU-iit.
THE KAX-.l- CITY WArSBWOliKt.
a*. Donnoll, of Damnetl, l.--, ? I Kmnton,
ifinL.rs.- Our failure will not affect the Nalitnia! WetM
gorfcl CompaBjr of KSaaasClty. Of oourae lt aes-ei-a uni
."osT:thi,1 but tho trust ceuip:inv hulJin?! its
ii..n.i4 wui.mond to the psT/nMBl of tl.-) latereet ile
water warka wore astabllehed In 1875, and eastalasd s
loaa that year af neatly j?j,ih"o. Tho average raarly to
:, .1-- i I.. .? tin ii hat beea 30 i'"i unt. and Ijst year the
toual net earalagi were Illil.iXKX li is y,ji tl.
nol io ;.-a th .. -io.o o :,, i a.. -ht itated eharrret
t the con ty :..*? li -s than 1100.000, lt sml
?".('()(). 1 he rititnst-. for UM nett
?ii yeal uoa -,i 13 i> r eenl ye i^ lacreaee,
: lal n?. .'.un" "? 11;.!..,ooo.
PERSONAL
Chamberlain J. Tfelsoa lappaa fell :i tittle taaprovod
Wil W...s ,at."t.'.l lu iii. ? i-i
-i.i' laiilv i .osier lh.ui on thureduj.
te Colonel Thomas H. Guernsey, ol Boaton, ls
mid tits- illed tao term ''-Mnparheads** to tbe
^oi i Ul ru t ut lllloa oi lUr L'limn ilurlut thv war.
At ths Cnltariaa f' <tivai in Boetoa, reit Tbnnday, ll
Iiini. Les ir't -ai'iai,itali will (I.-iit. 1 th. ,i.Uliv?a of wei
? ? si Kel i it OeUyer wUI re
ipond.
i?'ii!n?ii!? dru adnUalstrattoB ta las Roudaa Osaarsl
tiwavt BBsrand. "I m.is oasi." lie
tara, " I slept with a revolver bj tuc but I s.^.a tom for
t ufo iss.uti."
The rtov. Dr. if.iii v IL c. adder; tormertf er Bn
akora ha waa pntoli la word aad work ta bekt
.... in.*,- pori rn the ni'i'ooiUou
lu lag, etc., "t: 'c.!. j - iii ( ii.
Tbs Bsv. P,' tar,of Os Itt* I .nie.' Ot the
luiiiau Brahaw*8o_-d, wil mmsc
tobool of Philosophy, tn July, aa "fimenen, ur barns
lioiii imii,,," and mi " imiiioit.iluy. '
t-vf.tii Doa Man" lani sae iTssMonl af
Heinliir.ia, ami Mill onSOfthS h."ii- of the I.i ? .il
party lu (Vi.ttul Mni'iiiu. lea vt's Nns-Yoik lo>dS|
'ti .ui..r ('i's-, n lit* laawtagn Kuropataordei io roe*
ii. rats ats health, watoi it asMk sksttsssd afurstsjai
vrai-a of Isheras Pnaktaal al Hennnrsa Mr. Soto to
i-niia to-I'lini aeaaaee ai Oariabad, and ateauwhilche
"- rm' the. iiiaioiv ni Oaatral Aloorina,
?.ii ii Us it anpaitiii .or publli attoa ou lat roluru io Ula
satin t't'.uiti).
Kdwin J. lienuiu.i;, of thc thai of il. J. ti.uulu. 4 Co.,
who sneeeeded to the retail butlne?a of A.T. atewarta
Co., has lieu ill at hit hnuaa, Vo. tl Kaat Nlnth-at., silica
Hiind.iT, but was reported laat night aa somewhat Im
proved and lSSS fevorltb. Hit ph) slrlan haa forbidden
him to attend to any detailt of the bntincsa of ibe fl rm.
or lo rcdive vltitora for ibe peeatnt. Over-work and an
attack of pateta*r*s estie, raaulttog from thc baale in re?
moving to hie new house, have eeitae.l :i nanto I down of
his sT-alcni. and greet care haa been aee**itry to prevonl
thc. HloiMa from developing more dangeruut ayasptema
POLITICAL SOLE*.
Naturally Governor Wnlliir. of Connectient, wont.,
have liked to toe it full Waller delegation sen'to Ibo
Htate ((invention from his own bailiwick of Mew l/i'idou,
with h'mself at the bead of lt. Bit tho Htalwart DSSBS
emit at their emicut on Tuetilay refuted evert fo mika
the datogattoa hall aad Instr, sad the Oo-nraot kim ?? l
p't ouly ai-seri vu.'. mit of S hur.dri-d and six on IBS tl: t
ballni. only Ure oil the second uni only a tingle aolit.iry
vote on the last.
Tht tfnthlntitrin 'Purl eoi|.;r:U:il:ifea the .ronni" Denio
i rr,fa of Bnoklya agSB their recent ii--ij|.it;..ii i'l fut.ir
of a tariff for revenue only, and iiaacrts fhot thia h tim
StogBB St Vi'iint', active DSBtaaiaSs everywhere. I'u
fortunetcly tke party lt nut looking for s ttogsn whick
will plsaae yoong; active Deaweratt bi general, but for
. s iiiali w.urli ptoan mi old uiul iiuinii tMBSNi '!
in ii.uticiiiiir. wini h hi^ a ame i- Tilde-.
[aBapahUaaa rinssfhssas Mr. Mssnels Ihe sheens of
tin- party. Thlt is an aseaassns whist Hasgpgneato
luise sever toaad tune to :iussser. Uatofa am rlaaawnBa,
uml thc- must Burr- If they w.int to pnVSBt Itt
accepted -.- poncltMlve :tt Chwago.
Tho Washtagtoa oarnspsBAsaSof nto-Mesajs ?'
gash - las Mtowing oin aid tam a prtvass letter written
is Cotoaal i). i. (rn bin, of Km- < du.it f,.. ernst ii Itoa-r*
. ??ri" lu: iss.iiis ) e, ir-, ,ili(l it di'lcptt** to til- ? .ilivinlii.il
which iii'iniiti'ttii Qsratnsst Olsvslaadlto ;? Mead in
Um: '" AltllOllsTll a IiVitit" mt, I -h..H...le fm
thou Id ba lie nominated, :?? i beltove be st |
ballot, taman admirer of Blaine, and believe
Hint If he i- iioiiiin it' ?: the iaaVneadcBt voters ot tl?a
Hui*, ss ni rulli to Us sappanaud vote for btia oe tbey
did for ro-moiii in ISM and Uucolala 1800, wttbowS
? I'.ililli-;,non e. .iii)' iiilni'iit."
Apropos of mic of Mr. W ntSSBBB'arseaal proiuinei linen
ti.-. Tnt //.jAnion// lUtfKi'rh tinily det larne th.it .i tinrt
tor ii imias imii plaak atrrer ici-i aad ssvsrW-lhBvs
BBSBgk hilo) :ilicy Io Dual a ''undulate into lin- PISSi
di i.ti.ii chair. Bays the frisaiafift i "if Tilden -diaii in
July next be uouilnated by the lieinocraltc Nation.il Cnn
seiitit.ii. aad planed agaa s platform rtowaadlaa alarie
...1 i ,.U... dill ,. Ile SVll! e.lil> \" l r _C i 11 I.S. lit) tlnUllt, hilt it
sm!' bc not '?-.'n.be utanda upon (list platform, but la
lt, [twill be bocaute tho Paaanarata of Virginia
iliallkii Kopublicau m. n and ttepnlilican awaniras aton
Ilian thes iliallke a larill foi rcs raSBS onk) ?"
r . iiciiioetiiiie party la making ap itt mind that Mr.
ni'- -tnt-(?? -tl godd-M *'f refonn i- not the g rt
of the period,und tcaroelyeves of tho n.t. incition
point.
.**>*. ? .:i> es ery ooasptoaeas DeBseanl has asea " uiek.-.i
out" of the part) by one or otber of tho taestoas wnato
the last fortnlifiit. I'.it ll either facthjl still r.t.iln*
?nfltatoat \itaiitrto nea is foot tathslnaesssBSf ssas*
mon d.ney and the general welfare it ought to take ita
po?IUon fot tli.it poi [wee iliiictly behind the Ut'- iMno
ii a' i . aadldata for Hie Vice Prttndoaay.
The iu"-t [iToinlnoBl ItoBtoeraUa tasadlBntos tor tho
Bcmlaattoa tot Qovarwc la indiana sn.OBtoasI laaas
p. Gray,General iHabhm i>. Unseen aad taiga David
Ttl'pl.'. Cotoaal tinis. 1- noss- thought S* han- Hie lea.t.
int . nu ..I the poim,:.in- sro urging aaalaal hbasnasC
Hie ttrongett argnmentt In his favor, nano is. Ucl ?nl. a
tt-., ream uso lu* wa* a Kepal lloao and koa not tad Man
io forget ... Hu mund doctrines rn which h.- thou bat
lia Sill. ___________________
TUE TALK OF HIL DAT.
Mr. Edmon Ut i- an cx.-eodlu.-ly Strang c.indi.late with
ollege ttudesM who are not old easegk to nts, Bad wita
weii-to- io incu of Waan who sane 9mA Msss to vote.
Tarson Vewiiian exhibited a brink Uifc'U tam thc Tower
if ititi.if to tua coii^reKatlon the ether aveatem It et.
Ited a great deal of latoreat, and la view of the i
troublet in his chunk, tome lut'e apprahenstoa, ki rb.ipt,
that he uiteude.l to throw Ik?[M*MaphiS Aval.,ni bu.
Tin.- May ssu-vanattos sf ms islgtaes bodies aro susan
Quieter thu the] BSBd to bc. Ttiero la lest blowing of
UmnpetoBhoal them, but they probably do iw inuoh
sr.irk and ure inure enartot/Ti/.e.l by bu?ln' SS ldc.is.
General XeCleUan seanM to ha a aood deal moro of n
J.-- ?s-uii'i than l-alttt.'-ther e.niifoitaii'e fur toaic foi ki.
lt u even enid that In privato ooBvacsaStoa the es-Gov*
; t'i.'t if nay delegsie-atslaifga was opea to a
charge ol iion-retldenoe it was ills osvn llluatlioas ibo
. who nol oi. y h.ki ni- i.u h.e.-?< uitl. e la Vow-York,
but slept there a good deal of the time. What could tha
(Jem!.,! I,..se ms mt l?J Trenton Tines.
Mr*. John BkSIWOOd, who lt uow in London, SBfS this
l.i\ crpvul eiain'iird htr liiari:.i"-f with t-rcat
cale to tiie if the eras s_aggttag any dynamite into
Englaad. Thor eveu lookeil -ittpicioualy at her sm.'lling
probably expoettag tass they weald gs off. But
a-, laat thaoSotals waaS aa, imtcad.
" l>o your shad come from the nudton or the Oela
waret" naked an Impatient gueet af Ihe bead walter.
"i'm tun r doat know, hut 1*11 ask the etoward. if yon
ike ie know." ?? Do, lot i w:uii i.. lsd eu wbon
mr waitui' hat goue *il>lrg"?{**T*g*''vT*lfft**t "Newa
Pnso.
Oneral lintier bas ta'sen off bis roat an,I rolled up hit
Blaaven, ead srteaMThnw sal your Doarinattona lively
noss-, liiat last one svas uiu'.er Wright," ate! tL-ub'' turns
a bandipring aad s doubts soeaenanlk
Sftorm'sok wrlggllagyoung BngUsB crawls sades the
'?a-iT.Mt of tbe I'lUiglliMloiiSl eirena,?II'hiladclpiiii
Tunes.
Ifeadon, Mich., has a paper called Tlie Globe, rditod
aad set up by woawm. Lat of aoans they h.ive ta- hun s
hoy ia odV late as ?prlator'i (tom.'*
Hoawi'i; I'etiiboiis Klower it unlheilnt in s cool ssaap
(lelcgatet to tke yew-York i> mu i .-. State c inv.-ntinti,
out iii y will do him little good, ttbaaasss Clour tinny
.. Ulai ihe Plower Ooa-iu waa ouly a pauay b.oe
sam [PhUnatlr-.tn Pnae,
Mr. CMoena, the iraaktagSeB !*anker, ls said to Klory
In the tori thai li,.- father waa a humbie cobbler.
M!'-a Lulu ITnr-i, af fleetjlS. *B*hS OSB SSOTO fatsliBie
and things wlthool toaehlng them. In giving seances
throughout the country.
Mr. Tilden n-"* mi tovlaahto net, but he tunil'lea the
(I..1. _r.iT*-.- lu like oliad ou lha shining sauls. ?[I'Uil clcl
phlu 'Iii.:'-.
Mr. Matthews, of Tht PiifTiiln CgprssaBBBal lilts tte
i ti' ob ths kead wkea ks asrei *AatsttoBB ladie^in Ha.
vant, by their freedom of BSdOU, are i/ulte at likely to
tkoi k the satire mmimc of the proprletift a.s to be .shockod
liv any vlalble OskflB iiupropiletlan.''
flr:iMii'oua advice to all who aro dally showing the ita
?vnt.Mr. iii.iine'.s noiiiln itlon -K?ep your eye on
ihe second babul 1 ?(EUBln AdVSCttsor.
live promiuent muttcul ladle have tbe same ehrlstlaa
aams, naassly, Emma Albanl, Kuma Th usby, limmt
Jack, Hu.ma Nt s.i,la .iud Emma A': bot.
Iti.- -iii! that the SSSaaad iu New-York forPienek
novels has iacreaead SO par cool during the pa-t thnsg
da. -. ou Sunday Hie Ber, Mi. Tal waac pnaeked a sem
mon bitterly denounetag this brand of literature.?'.Xora
listoss ii IU r.dd.
It ia -ai.l licit Stttin** noll (a now iravelllDst with a s'.dt
ihowfor(Sna week, und his brother chieft would aaj*
" li lubed " If thty weie BSBBatoted wllh the word.
A frlan.l of the Massa, huseit- (ieiural aiys : "We aro
i.ot i timmie Hen as au au.el." lie probably thinks hs
will Tua like tht) Harli."-jSprtugrt. ld (Ohio) KopubUe.
I'hli-f i'l a Tot is Uh lust Tndlan reported to bo ou His
warpath. Tht; Iiiili.iiia iuc no: SlSSB| lu uumbers,bul their
names arc mi iaiulUh enough to rout an ordinary arney,
uot to speak of thc little hulidfill of United State* soidUara.
Tau Ia* Magae Crematory, at Wanhinstou, I'eun.. hat
I-- ri BSttS narin any kodtoe for crematloa outanie
af WSShtogkaa County. nnsSBSM hBS beeu ajrowtux too
brisk reoeuily.
Dyiinnilte ht:t been found In the bread at the IndKnto.
ohs Jail. If lt h.id been fotmA nt a railway sandwich uo
one would have wondered at tho faou
Mr. Beechar wed kJe wit ma ethsr Bajat. with u-t
iiui ii.ea:.lils bul iHste. to rldlOUle K.ithorfor.l li. ilayat.
sir llavet gave tba countrj tomethlag moto thoa a nor.
iitise tdmlnlttratioa j iu wau roe paris ll ?it toanhty ag
pi-.-asise, ni, a. non regaidias tavll earvtoe ahnenaal
cartala DewaoraUe legitiatlon for exaiupla. Hayaa's :nl.
? i oa wat ?"...1 from Hie atmt and from tl)* fl, ii
wat deferential to dtoeat, boaltky pubUe sonnnjeut. It
eui not reoulroa IreninndnoMa popnlai rebuke to .lie, k
him intoii.-toi'iuii.- Syracuse ."-(.u. lard.
lalltttokope Hm ihe HffSfSBOBt ii"iw,'?ii tit
rarlout -ouu,!' s .?i ladts elli be kssled,
M ? Poi -h't ??!-?: li">k a Utile ns if "t r- weald
entlve eampa ? Preeident titnur wu
tioiiiinatetl t Not that we believe thal a at'- aile.! StflS
apaig*n uaouata to a row of pint, we ouly aug.
mst the fact foi the baned! of tht aewapaport iunn"ig
Ari ii ii i-?. .ni--, and whi.'h have been Bininu at such a
laing Ini mi M 1'bbu.)
Ni '.v. I. I
r.iislncs U pretty |K)or in t!,? tlhcuoiiil Qelds ?f Smiik
li i d in?: wi, ? tsdas .i 11,500,000toe h's stotos two
ya. a a,- . would be williup to a li lt u..w f,
' I i Uatlo BSl Slangs h.tv.s.i cie_r Idea of
Hie di'!.: at grain sf erina, authority, bat ea seaarsl
aih-y h.l'.ivt'in K tog '?? the kighssl a f?w
othowsavansfMadrasanasntodapsnusa to
tu.'ii.ivenioi- sf thal nerti rei slghtf
coil, t-ai-eof HisBsoattoasg the Oawsease of ?atiraa."
!.o\ raorOraal DaffaaM ho woaM look lutotuo maiter.
lt is IBM Ihal d aiuotidi, a-'inels, tuaiaublie, torutli ?a
?md rartosn sihst* pnatoaa t*.-net hens hens nanm t.
fVaukoaka ? o mty, >\ la
The po-aitieti of the In.' bea. ,.f Imlljiia, ia aboiil thlt:
?ll sse coTi lins.- pl.* fol t.Hi I ? .. . .mino (jj
Willie." Aud tha} lo..k lt, Mo.- [I'h.i.meipiii., t'.eat.
nts puiUuitijiii io rvssssdvesatos taeaadrtol tchooie for
li, li.in* lr the li..lunn ha-l toles uow, how ijiiu-kly the
school.-. Would be establish' I, .i.i r.i .t.pio;uiaUo.iS
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