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Konoraa* Mr-trsr-H-LimeJack biieppanl.
* a.iso?ii? The roronio-lore.
Co_n?om_.rr*ii Hali?ash* Feir.
IJocasTAli-B's?8? Minetrels,
pri Vr inasiBO?x? After Hiislness Roora.
Binti* fd rear?Wet worn.
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fUKm"** H?ROSS?-?? Iberia.
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Bili* Iiivatrs?*?Tue Fool's Keveuga.
p-sM-iKi- TiiRATae??*?The Jilt.
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Cvclorsma of the Rsttle* of Vtekaburg.
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28 Fist 1 itii-st.-io a, m. to 10 p. m.? Canfleld Com
r*-*tlt ve Art Kthtliltlon._
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awtrtsemrnte. 7
annonnremenT* . 8
a net ton Hali* of Real
Estate . 7
autumn Hesort*.. 7
Pante?>*ino llmkers 7
Hosrti sn.l Moonts_ 7
.maines* Notices. ... 4
llancinr Acsdemlei.. 6
Dlv,.tr|i,t \,.t|,a*_ 7
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limn uni Kutin<1- . ll
2 Marriage*and Death* 5
1 M.aci-Uaneou*. H
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I New Publlcetions.... 8
1 j'leran K team ors. ll
t\ Heal K.stste. 7
2 H..urns ann Fl?tS_.... 7
5 Kpeoial Notice*. . (V
b|**lTiistlon? Wanted_ 7
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6 Winter Resorts. 7
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Rv Post ii Vote rh* re'uttter will piesse write on the Nola
Ter tnr New-York Tniinrra."
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6irrnllri.rre*iK)Ui!ence siniplv "THr. Trihivk." New-York
ir s m ii orri CUB OP THB Tinni'VK.
At-Trrllsrmint* 'or i*t*W1e?t1on In Tnr TntRfXR. ami order*
ferre-?ilsT'lrllrrrv o'the dallv rtsier, will be received at the
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_J\W23ork illili} 2-ribxou
Foi.-i.-j..?The London 80 lalists; their demon
atration on T_o:d Mayor's Dav.-Ibe I'zir's
plans 111 l.u guria. ==Tho Homo Kulc inovc.ucnt
iu Inland.
DoMBST c.?Kxerciscs of Founders' Hiv at Har
VhuL _____ Lo** of ihe L tuted Stiles rutter Man?
hattan, willi nil on hoard. . ., ?_ Donovan jimms
from tho new Niacaru suspension bridge. - .: -: Ibo
strike in ciiiea.o. ______r= Cuutraotiuj. tDe Naiioual
bank circulation - . -?- (.rcrtrip the erection of a
new luiildinir for the National Museum. __________ Snow
In various sta'es. ; Profe-sor Woodrow cou
ilriiiiti-ii liy tin* lexas Mn irl
CiiY am SiuiiiBAN.?Death of nyntin. venman
from BMlptMtMB =^- Preparatimi for the Aztec
Fnir. r_77=7r .sermons in many churches.-Mr.
Beecher resumed Ins pu:iiit. - Arrest of a new
Tichlionie claimant in Brooklyn. -= Fatal re
ault of a m. Bteriou.s shooting iiflxay.
J uk Wr.ATiirit.?Indications tor to-day: Fair,
?with Htalionary or slightly higher teui.Kraiure.
'Ieiri|H-r^iiire yesterday Highest. 44" 5 lowest.
33J: average. 37 4>5.
The report of ihe foundering of the revenue
cut Ui Manhattan with all on board tests upon
the testiiin.ny of two men, who appear to be
crvdible witnesses. J Hi ey sity they saw her
oink in the gale which clew hard ott Xew
Ilaven yesterdny morning, and their story is
accepted as crirrect ulong the Sound. But it
seems incredible almost that Lieutenant Tozier
would hnve left New-Haven as he did nnless
bis veriS-l was peifecllv seaworthy. It is posni
ble to hope that the Manhattan may yet come
safely into port.
Tbe poor creature, bonnvan or Doiran, who
jumped from Ihe Brooklyn Bridge some woeks
ago, bas tried it again at the new suspension
bridge at Niagara Kill:*, and has not come ott
so easily. Om* ri1- was broken and his genera)
condition is pretty bal. Donovan's last remark
be fine he .limped?a lt I tlie, I die game "?will
doub.le.is tire the hearts of the Fourth Ward ;
but his peiformanoe will incline intelligent
people more than ever to the theory that no
obstacle should be placed in the way of fools
?who want to imitate him.
According to The Du Hy Telegraph, London ia
in no danger tram the Sui ilisis, wno h.ive ad?
vert ist d a big meeting in Trafalgar S.-uare on
the Lord Mayor's Day, to-morrow, for the very
BJBB4 IBBBBB that the working classes do not
core anything about it, and laugh at the rabid
talk of the Budalirt.. leaders. This is an en?
couraging prophecy which will reassure timid
Londoners. A dangerous element will doubt?
less t-iowd the Square, but the police ought 10
be able to keep mere ruttiuns in order. There
is nu ju.li:.ca involved iu kuoeking down and
ariesting disordeily idlers who have no griev?
ances when they do not have io work.
The establish mont of docking facilities on
Staten Island for Atlantic steamships is likely
soon to cease to be a (rood thing in theory, and
become a good thing in fact. Some nu I road
men from the Northwest have jnst purelm-u-d a
comparatively large traci of land near Quar?
antine where they will build docks, and 200
acres in land which they will convert into
Block yards, with the view of shipping cattle to
England more easily and cheaply. This is a
step in the development of Staten Island which
New-York business men will watch with inter?
est. Oue of ita first eftects ought to bu seen on
tho scale of fees for lighterage und w harlage
in this city.
Evidently Thomas Walker, brother of the
mau who was mysteriously and fatally wound?
ed in a Hi-sUr-sL resort on Saturday flight,
does not like a fuss. What is the uso, he a-ks,
of stirring up the matter ; his brother is dead
and can't be brought to life; he had no family ;
.arther inquiry would du no good; and, really,
be uitit-t decline to say anything moro about
it Fortunately the police do not share this
Opinion, and doubtless Mr. Walker will be
trilling to tell all he knows presently, lt does
not follow, however, tbat because the niau
talks in tbis way he is guilty of complicity in
bis brother's death. (Ie only expresses in a
peculiar way the views common among men iu
the lower walga of life, who misconceive the
motive of justice to be revenge.
Some of tbe New-York Democrats are actu?
ally bright auoagh to see now how important
Uie win kingmill.'* vote is, and shrewd enough
to try to catch it. Tbis is ths reason why the
County Democracy of the XVlllth Aaaemblj
District have so hastily adopted a resolution
ar__iujt ConKiess to "promote by legislation
the interests of labor by protacting'ils produc?
tions against foreign rivulry." Tfc__ is Ilubeit
0. Thompson's old district, by the way, when
political common sens** ha.- nev -r been luckin
Wo eongratui_tte ibe leaders of this branch of
tba Couoly Democracy on their perspicacity ;
but workingmen ara too old birds to be caught
ky such cbafl, even if. it, wero ottered by tbe
tire organisation. Workers for wages in
?w-York understand perfectly that the partv
which tiny must look for Protection is tho
?publican party, which has always acted it)
eir defence.
In every resiwct save one tho tendency of the
cent elections is prejudicial to the industrial
id cnininercial interests of the country. It ts
leas aita gain al great, importance that the
?feat of many fiee-trade meniheis, ami
peoiiilly of (toni*) influential leaders, laaaBBfl
e probability of RuceeslTful assault upon the
rill this winter, while tho reduction of tli?'
cinorratic niijoritv' rai data the success of
rh eft irta at the Mm session of the next
ingress tighly improbable. .Sd far, industry
id ti;1..lc cam inmiecsely. That gain is mi
? i>oi t lint tunta substantial improvement ia
mie imlusti'iitl directions is likely to follow,
id it might be more general but for tnis
lievous influences of a different nature, which
ie recent flections will probably bring into
It is g bad thine for the conntrv to have the
est anil nioHt experienced men of tho partv
i power stricken down or rel ired. The
iitortty cann nt hope to dictate an .-ilirmtiti ve
olicy. If its tremendous superiority in lead'
rahip and ability sliouhl enable it to thwart
ie majority at every point, gilli, it could only
revent the adoption of measures, and if the
(glorify hud not the window or practical
toxicity to ofter really wise bills, the result
mild bo another u Do-nothing Conitress."
lenee it is nut a fortunate thing for thc coun
y that so capable and expetienced a man a*
lr. Hewitt has been withdrawn from his place
) CoDgresa. Several S nithern leaders el
special intelligence and practical ability have
olnntarily declined re-election, or have been
?tired, and the defeat of Mr. Morrison himself
'it rend'-rs vinous legislation on the turill
in Minn less likely, has also this unfavorable
spect, that it leaves the chairmanship of the
'ommittee of Ways and Mentis to some man
ertainly of the aime opinions, and probably
ot as experienced or as sincere.
The f'ight which the labor voters have given
lie Deniociatic party is sure to inti leuce all
lie denngogiies of that party tn the must dee*
crate ell iris. Thev >ill set themselves at once
gpropefM all the crazy thing- that they can
liink of which may appear attractive to
radi s-nnion k's or labor voters. It happens
Int among the valen of that gerttaereia
iii cided leaning ti wan! sift-money schemes,
i'he panic of Democratic deni igugucs is likely
o give increased and dangerous strength to
he advocates of more money and bail money
tlr.'Bland has been returned, and he will lin st?
ill the more int) lenee because. Democrats whu
nive tw ice his sense are rea Iv ti) go on their
cnees to the more Ignorant voter* with whom
ie is a tavurite. The leaat afneibla notions ul
he labor agitators will be borrie liv embodied
n bills, and rushed through committees, in
he aopaof e.itching Hie voters whom those
gitators mav intluence. Thus there is n likeli
iiniil if considerable reckless and cra/.y law
nuking this winier, anti the danger is g:catei
it-cause ab mt tifty of the Democratic Bembeta
lave been retired, and are serving their lasi
ession Congress tor the present, and many
if them ioiever.
rn hoi cu i sa /./>// i:y es.
The I mi'iioi Spnt'itor has some curiong com
nents upou Mr. Binnie's speeches in Pmnsyl
'ania. lt charge., him erith " coi] letting with
he Prohibitionist party " in M.iinennd with
itriving to identify Republican lara "not
1 meit ly wits* tba maintenance of the existing
* tarifl, but with an anti-free-trade policy of
?tba moateztreaie*aiad?a policy based on tbe
??notion thiit palrintism and the welfare of the
'Nation alike demand that Pioteotion shall be
* upheld, and, if necessary, increased." Th>
assumption that Mr. Blaine was ? coquetting"
with the third peity in his own State, when in
reality he was sternly arraigning it for its tnon
Itreajhl ingratitude to the Bepablieu party,
which had enacted and steadily enforced pro?
hibitory Ian's, ts fantastic, to say the least.
Equally inaccurate is the generalization on his
tai ifl spi-edies in Pennsylvania. Mr. Blaine's
chief thesis has been the necessi'v of tarill
legislation in the near future, since the grow?
ing surplus enano! l>e med in the reduction of
the National debt, ile has contended that it
is of paramount importance tor tho Republi?
can party to regain control of the Government
since the tariff schedules must be revised, and
this work must be done by the frierds rather
than the foes of Atneiican industries. That
he is the champion of 1'iotection cannot ls
contioverted ; Mit it, is palpably absurd as well
us unjust to represent lum as tillering stubborn
ieisistance to thiifl revision or as advocating
" Pr<?tectiou of un extreme kimi."
While this London journnl is seriously at
fault in its summaries of Mr. Blaine's speeches
in Maine and Pennsylvania, it accurately
represents English opinion when it gaye:
"Should the struggle of two years hence act
44 nally take place over Protection, and should
" Mr. Blaine be able to get the full support of
44 the anti-Free-Traders, the Btruggle viii) Pe
"extremely djse. If, however. Protection is
" not really made the dividing line, Mr. Cleve?
land is pretty sure of victory. For ourselves
44 we wish Mi. Cleveland success in any event."
The President had powerful English support
in 1884 and still letains it, because he is the
leader (de jure if not de facto) of a party that
is constantly plotting against the taiift and
American industries. " lu any event" he will
have the sympathies of English manufacturers
and of all the recognized agencies ol English
opinion. But in view of Mr. Blaine's stirring
appeals to American interests, these English
sympathizers are now tvaming Free Traders
and revenue reformers in the United States
that with Protection as the main issue the
struggle in 1888 will be close and doubtful.
The warning has already been heeded. The
free-tr.ido journals nave seek a great light
since the elections. They aro urging the aban?
donment of tarilt legislation [lending the neil
I'ii isiilential election. They are convinced thal
the people "are not leady far free trade
just yet." ^__________
The next Board of Aldermen in this city will
bo noiinproveinctilon tue present body. 1 hree
fourths of the members-elect aro Democrats
snd a majority of them are liquor deniers, j Ins
is poor encouragement lo tho advocates of
home rule. What intelligent citizen would
care to intrust to such a body tho power of leg?
islating for the metropolis t Tho truth is that
improvement in the city government hu* only
been made possible by abridging the powers ot
the Aldermen.
A good deal is said about tbe evils of inter?
ference by the Legislature with the city gov?
ernment, lt is unquestionable that it lsanevil,
paiticularly where it extends to minor details,
such as Axing salaries, creating unnecessary |
oflicos and adding to the taxpayers' bardi us.
But os a choice between thia evil and thai of
dependence on the Board of Aldermen, few
persons would hesitate to choose the form r.
There cannot bo home rule until there is a
proper body to take charge of these minor de?
tails. Either tho Board of Estimate must be
enlarged by the addition of citizens who do not
control patronage, or there must be a radical
change in tho Hoard of Aldermen. The present
vlf has no power to speak of. and is ima Mag
I none. The if'2.000 salaries winch the nieni
[?rs get is money practically worse til,in thrown
II,id not f-ovornor Hill vetoed the bill passed
y tbe Legislature last winter, providing for
;ning elections and for the choice of Alder
len on a general ticket, the problem mi-lit
ave been solved. For the continuance of the
resent condition of iift'iirs he and his party
re responsible. 'Die matter will probably
iiim. up in the next Legislature, but th,ne is
mall chime.) of improvemi-ui vvnilo Mr. Hill
oinains Governor.
At tho Metropolitan 0 >era II msc th's even
ig the third NUN of grand o,.era sung i ti
iennaii will begin vith bright pr.spucts. Tue
nterprise, hesitatingly .iiiilorfaken by the di?
ed ora nt the instance of Dr. U.iinrosch, has
?Mad out of its experimental stage and has
iken a position among the great lyric Mtab
shmeuts of tho world. It ia si/'iiiiicant of tba
itellitrence, cent ami public spirit Witn .tic1!
. has been condroted that experienced critics
ave shovvn a disposition of late to pl ice it
head of the finest institution!* which live in
lui artistic atmosphere of Europe and are
imported by subventions fiom royal and im
erial purses. The ftict ie in tho nature of te*
imouy in favor of two propositions, namely,
hat the public of this city are willing to give
"onerous support to an organization which
leets their artistic demands m the field of the
yric drama, and thal these demands are recog
tised in the repertory and the representations
t tho Metropolitan OpBfB House.
The occurrences in the opera houses of New
fork for sever.il yoars past have pointed un?
ii i.t.ikably to what will bethe eventual ?ola
ion of tho operatic problem in this cn.uitry.
['ho cntasttotiiies which have overtaken ol.l
iisliion-d It dian opera in tho douses of Lun?
ion, l'aris, Si. Petersburg and tho Germ u
tuts iiave hail their echoes at our Academy of
*Imic an I Metropolitan Opera House. Sitruor
V. i.t Io's ex;.eritnont, wnicn came to grief lust
v.-ek, ailile 1 a new element to tho den: on'?tra
i,rn. It proved that I threadbare list ol' operas
vis not the fatal defect of Italian enterprises.
).i the contrary, those who read iU lessons
inghi will rather believe that so far at least rs
?listing nnurM are cntK.-er'ie I, thu li t-st have
-arrived on tho stages aud la the b.trrol-nrgaiis
if Lindon and N -vv-York. and that tie Itali.ni
ilio.v emmit bc. reinvigorated by drafts on the
lalf-forg itteu opens of Verdi and the cotitem
.oraries of his youth. Noihing could have
ihown nit.rn i liii'liisively bow far the taste
if lo-d ty has been UBI ha J BB By from Hie OB
crt :i i ri ni "its winch charmed our fathers, than
ne faci, well known to close observer* for
lune time p tst and no-v disclosed to all bv the
I uric! nf ll Minne Valda and S gnor Angelo,
nat tn keep I_.ili.ui opera on tho sta." in any
(lupe in P ris, L m lon BBd N'evv-York, the
irincipnl singers must now themselves assuin"
In- whole cr part of tue money risk. This ia ;i
ijrnptom of dissolution wliich uo diagnosis can
-plain iiway.
Hut it should not be imagined that tho opera
las been successful itt the Metropolitan because
i is given in German. A* between the mo
.anguagos, both foreign, the preference froiii'.i
musical point of view should be given to
Italian. It is only because the modern t.crman
repertory an l the artistic spirit of the Bingera,
iiciitstiii, players and conductors of Germany
ire in harm my vv.th the iii mc.d and dramatic
isles ol the tutu's. Eventually the language
)f opera in A in-nca must bo tho language ot
the people of America, and it will not be long,
with Mr. Carl lin**, wm kin_r iu England and
Mr. Si an. mi and I hone whom 1... represent-*
working hero, until the singers of Eurolie will
lind it necessary to learn English In addit'ou
to thei/ native tongues. Meanwhile the cause
of good music eau best oo advanced, aud '.he
coining of a worthy national establishment bo
hastened, by encouraging the Metropolitan en?
terprise. _
Some ene writing in the "Contributors'
Club" of Tht Atlantic Monthly tot the ciitn-nt
month discusses the curious fact that the watrcr
of female servants havo not been reduced since
the war, but continue at the height a depreci?
ated c.irrency then raised them to. The coti
tribntor wno raine* tue (.Bastion thinks the- f.u i
is afl evidence ol the unbusinesslike Ways of
wouien ; they having as a rule the domestic ad?
ministration in their hands. Tue subject is
certainly jiu intci't-sting one, aud it ia also of
practical importance to numbera of people. The
C-BB. too, seems to show that wages may bo
kept at a high rate B Ithoot organization on the
side of the workers, which is in itself peculiar.
Bal perhaps it is nut accurate to say that oorT"
Batt bft*B BO organisation. Tue system of in?
telligence offioea operates to some extant mich
as a trades union would. It enables the womel)
to combine agiimt reduction ot wages and to
put in force a kind of boycott Bgaiaot such as
seek to obtain service for less than Jtho current
rit.*!. Tai e n il iver*, ni their si 1 >, BBB! no
protective orz umatirm whatever, nor does it
appear probable tuat they can have such a de?
fence, and they also help tn keep vs ages high by
bil ling against one ano. Ber for servants.
Tuein iire m my euri.ms circumstances in the
servant-girl situation, which, indeed.Jnppcars in
non than one respect to defy the alleged laws
of .lolitical aeon > ny. B if .ire agreeing that lits
All'int'C tfiDithltfs cintnburor is justified iu
putting tue resp msibility fur tho BBOBatloM
ira_ree af serraotejal together apea the Binn
wno employ them, it is necessary to im-uiro
how, if at alli those wornon could coutrol the
rate of wages. If au individual resolved to pay
n i m ire tn tn tiie MtO-0eUaa_ vt igss she vv ul I
nnqnestionibly discover ia a shore time thu it
wis impossible to obtain servant* at those
late*. Ul' 0OBIB0 if all the mis.tre.si-s of % city or
a State should agree tn pay M norn than the
nld wages MM ell.'et night follow, thOBgh
quite possibly even tuen it would be a disa?
greeable ono. In the absence of any hannon;- of
action, h-iwrvt-r, no onployereaa resist the cus?
tom irv de natl ls of the servant.. Tb ;ro is uo
ranon In the genet ai conditions for ihe nain
teuauce of tho current WMjfWB, -.>iu_ur.'d willi
those ni lither brandies of labor tney ara dearly
to i high; Bad* cnnsi.luring tun average value
of the servico* ron leroi, absurdly so. lu fact
(hey bear no relation to effleianey as a rule, the
r.i.V( it reciiiiLs being often tue sturdiest stick?
lers for payneata such as they never droa.neil
of in tueir'uaiive coiuury.
But it is didi tult to soe hm m.a could do
any butter thau worn n in tho in tttnr. If they
attempted to apply the pr.noiple. whioti gov >rn
nillo labontliey would timi that the conditions
Were not identic, il; that it was much easier tn
deprive thom iel ve* of help altogether than to
get the help they w intel at their own prico ;
that ft primitive freemasonry took tho place of
trales-uni onism among the girls, ami gfttft
thom praciioally quita a solid front; aul that,
h tving usuilly only themselves to support, the
sei v.tuts were nully miro Iftdepeadoftt thau
i.iiiln labu ora with wives au I cud lr m dapoad
ing upou theiu. Way it io tu.it a portion ta .pi at
least of the groit ir ny of WBBtSBB WBa are sltv
iug fnr wretched pay at industrial oren pat inns
ilo ont go into service in prnferenco it is lilll
t-uit to uu larataa I, fnr tba opportunity will
s-mn tenftHftfi Tlio p nit mu of % mo lorn
servant girl ia atliuonco cotuparod witb that, of
those serfs of comiuercoj and perhaps if they
mid bu diverted into dotnestio service the
ages problem would be solved. That, how?
ler, is not at all c?rt.iin, for even noe the
inrket is largely supplier! with scvanta and
ejah detachments aro arriving every day from
broad, yet with no effect upon tho wages,
ho problem is puzzling, but we cannot see
ut fie mistrestus ought to b-> blamed because
?rvants'wages ren lin so high. They appear
gita helpless, ami it is to say tho least OX
i-iiitly doubtful aTnotlagt tho menin their
Lice could do any b -tter. At present the ser
ant girl is mister of the situation, so far as
in bc perceived.
A little realizing by foreigners in the I tock
inrket followed the election last week, but
uying soon began again, though on a moder
te scale. The average of prices slowly wen*
p irani nearly half a dollar a share, so thal
io election did not prove the bugbear that
imo expected. Nor can it be said, on the
thcr hand, that the results appear to have
ivon any especial stimulus to business. Mr.
leorge's defeat was expected ; his large vote
rightencd some, but others consider it a good
ign that in such a city as New-York he could
tllv no inurs than a third of th? whole vote.
'he defeat of many free-trado leaders tends
> encourage American producers, but the
lection of a Democratic majority to control
iw-maklng for tho next two years is far from
ncouraging. Thus the influence of tho elec
ion on business was divided and uncertain.
louey was quite tight during part of tho week,
nd tho close, though easier, was not exactly
timulitting to speculation. Tho bank state
ient, showing an increase of rale* 9438,800
poole* against a decrease of $800,000 legal
enders, aftOf tho largo receipts of imported
old of late, was a disappointment, but the
teailiness of prices in the srock market still
?ave hope that foreigners would take moro
ecuritics and send over more gold.
No important cheese appears in tho markets
ipon which exports mainly depend. Prices of
?rain remain substantially unchanged; tho
Teat visible supply and the moderate foreign
lentand Cheeked a ri.-o, while tho abatement
il ollifs from the farms discouraged operations
or a decline. Cotton has fallen an eighth,
1000009 ot slackening foreign dem md, but pork
iroduct*. generally advanced small fractions,
md oil is dull and little changed in price,
rims exports of all kinds from New-York wire
11,100(000 less in value for the latest creek
oported than for the correspoi tiing week last
ear, while imports were $1,1 50,1)00 larger in
?niuo last week thin for the corresponding
rook a y* ar ago. A decline of 14 percent in
?sports with an increase of IO tier cent in im
inrts dose Dot promise a continuance of gold
iiijioitiitions j in tact, lt is plain enough that
be 115,000,000 gold received since August 1
gould not have, come had the only balance to
nj settled been that arising from merchandise
iccounts. In brinfa we have poid and are still
niling Meerai millions every month on ac
?ount of adverse tnerchandiso balances, and
-?et, in addition to the securities sent on that
ncoiint, foreigners ate taking moro for which
;hey ship gold. That is convenient while it
asts, and it is encouraging that tho elections
Ld not stop it.
The exchanges show that domestic trade is
somewhat bin nut greatly larger than it was a
rear ago. Tho aggregate at clearing house
'ities outside New-York showed an increase
if 9.8 per eau! foi October In eomparieon with
ast year; of 0.0 per cent for the last week of
the month, and 4.0 per cent for tho first week
if November. Bail road building makes moro
progress than railroad earnings, for while the
report of rn leage built to date, over 5,000, has
inly been exceeded iu the three yeais 18Ml-'K'.l
ind in 1872, tho reported earnings of thirty
roads for the last week of October show a de
Tease of 2 percent in comparison with last
fear. This is partly because of tho dillereiico
in number of working days included, but forty
roads report for the full month only 2.8 per
cent increase over October, 1885. Tho iron
market is considered stronger but nails are
?reeker at $2, and anthracite coal is quoted 10
cents lower. The minor metals wore strong
last week, copper advancing 29 cents per 100
pounds, tin 10 cents, and load 38 cents, while
silver also rose a quarter of a penny per ounce.
Codee was stronger, while sugar slightly de?
The bond call which matured last week, like
nthers which have preceded it, was altogether
i failure as respects the return of money to
ictual circulation. Practically tho Treasury
took $1,5 '0,000 from its vaults, paid oil 3 per
cent bolds of that amount held on deposit foi
Lim banks, and received tho garoo money on
di posit geportofthg trust fund for redemption
Df bank notes held by tho people. About as
much more had been tnken for the same pur?
pose during the pievious creek, and in the same
?ray the banks have been compelled to pay nil'
|23,000(000 of the Nation's debt 81008 Septem?
ber 1, leaving tho Government bound to
redeem their not"?. The calls for bunds have
beeu much larger, $0 ',000,000 within that
period ; of wnich abott! |51,000,000 have beeu
redeemed. It is interesting to notice that
about ."jil0,100,000 have been paid oil by i-su
ing silver notes and dollars, about $5,000,000
by issuing moro legal-tender notes, and only
about ?12,500,010 willi surplus revenue, while
$2;},OOd.ooO have been paid by the process of
compelling the banks to surrender circulation,
and thus using in debt " reduction * thc trust
funds deposited by them for redemption of
bauk notes. Tho rapidity of the surrender of
circulation leads to some remark, but it is
likely to be accelerated by the decision of the
Altorney General that the banks must substi?
tute other bonds for tue called 3 per cents or
give up thouuto-issuiug harness.
Thc Kio railway disaster nine Bore emphasizes
tim dun.er to which the UCCMOS methods ot heut
nu aub 9xp099 the tiaiellinj public, lt will hard?
ly do to booi-it much ol tlie inventive genius of
American* so lung m this invent problem iv nun ns
iiursolveu. Thora ara oaroainl* few gub.oetg of
L-trater COBtequaone lilith to lui 1 wit y companies
ami the pubJO than tho invention of a moue ot
heeling ems which can bc rnoiantfcri mt rn nt
ll.e mi- on lin' if OT When an incident notus.
V.ct tho lifetime of a generation has passed mut
thJOquestJott was Hist inooti'il, mn |_ 0OTl*tJfratsVOn9
atv sii.l e.inplicjiiij. the ok) rTrrtJaTfl. which in nearly
ni! thc too til tttcidfnts entails the 89099. painful
gad dreadful pf daathg upua Um iiijured Baegaav
i;eis, and often apoa such ns atv not a-rimiso in
fatted, but ai? faiiteut-d BjfmU Of tlie wieck. A
Hil of all the ruilway mt incut*, during the past,
tinily years in which the stoves of wracked ruil
ayaj COB hav.e et fire to tho ruing uni humed
men and women alive would liouify tlie public
and al tin- same time convince. Uicm Uiat Ute
lOBOrol safety denian .s the application of greater
i 09QJTJ al Ibo Jiavio^ciy of a safer means of viaiiu
Ittg i a:S
As the casts stantla lt ls clear that travel ls
readegod twice as lageean as it ouiOit to be b.v
thc tins' of coiitla^i-atiiin which is a -.doti to that
of i illusion 1_M who escape maiming from the
latter are liable lo bo (Jiu victaBi of thc stove,
and railway catie are built of ainJi well se.ia. ned
wiH.it that when it, UiUes lii-o lt burna with ex
.ec.liu lloixeu na and miyiuita. lin.io must bc
a feuaiblo woy ot wai ming 0991 wittioul i .iiii.n,
tins icu il?;? risk, and it ls plainiy thc duly ol thc
? tn pn.iiiiiu-i to tiparu no outlay or li-uuii.e in Liu l
ing it Kvcn apart from the public safety they
havo a coruidcmble pecuniary intercut at alaka,
por the rois which are ordinarily destroyed by Ara
xmld often be rei aired If they were not bullied.
Hie public lafet.y, however, la of course tlio au
itr.me (?(iin.ilci.it i. m. and the failure to
naiutuin it in Rpltc of the 8core6
>f np; :ilLng e\|*'i i. ii. .-I ulivu.ly had
lom not say much for the f-?scicntioiisn<,-'s
>f those whose duty it is tn counteract one of the
nowt serious and conitant (lamteis that beset
ravel. We cuiiuot believe American invention
BOnpahh of -olviii_- the problem, but it is fEBEr
ile that no suflicieut iuc--nli*e lao been afforded
I. _____________________________________
In spite of tbe proh-t of tho managers of the
laaoat?U-_e steamship lin-* the Lighthouse De?
mil ineiit on Tue* lay removed tiie ligbtehip
thu h was moored to mark tho wreck of the
hagan* _D____ is unfortunate as the Boned ad?
ults that " tbis doon Bot Imply that the dancer
ins OMied to exist." Vicc-Adniiial Kowan, chair
oan ol th"? Hoard, arius: "Ibe Hoard cunno!
nainUiin a UgM-Mp over an obstruction for any
>ut a temporary i-riod without siascial authority
>f law" 'Hie fact is that Con_*i??a tailed to
BeomLie tho value of thia liirht. as it had boen
liiitonitialcd by the experience of _i_riiiers and
ie_rlected to provide an appropriation for ita
DaintOBanea 'Hie majority wei. more inten*sted
n susiiiiniiig the l'ttsidentS vetoe_* of soldier.'
?ensi. ns. 'Hie litrhtship. ticing in tho route of
ifvr-ig houn'l to this port, lia. proven to bo most
isi ful and thc shipping intcrtssts requested that
t lie continued until OoBKT-B ShonM provide for
ts further maintenance. But this tho Hoard lias
tot the i*owcr to do, and nothing now marks the
>i*egon wreck.
For tlie censo'ation of our Free-Trade friends
t may he remarked that there is no doubt of the
e-electfcn of the Hon. Samuel J. Randall, of
?ennsy Kania.
Mr. (..oilstone's alii li ty was always appreciated
iv his trreiit rival. DisraHi. and it is no surprise
o leam from Count V'itahurn thnt thirty yeats
uro Ihe lutter remarked: "Gladstone's en'tvy
s Invincible." Hut what would the Tory chief
?ave- siiitl had be lived to the pi-cs-nt tinto, and
ietn the Brand Old Man. already far beyond the
ul..i teii span of life, take up single handed the
?aitse of Irish haedon and flght for it one of the
-*is*-iii*Kt battles recorded in Uie history of Lng
iish *tn1**Tr 'whip ?
Ibo Count." Domoerat- of tho xvnith Assembly
I hst rici are it-sol\e*l never to OOftdi ne tho Admin
strutiuns Civil Service policy. And they are nut
tho nilly iiicinheis of tho l>i_o_r_i-ic party who
ne. in that hoot
llio Bulgarian situation i.-* about this: If lilia?
na's aci-nts ore not checked tln-y will stir up
lediUon. plunge the ian i into saai-tay. anti cali
in the Bunton anny to i-cstore order If they
wo checked, they will raise a howl about l.ul
.'aiian iHHWIBlWai ami call in the Bunion anny
lu vindicate their rights Unless some other
Power Int*" feres in the name of justice and hu
manu... Bulgaria, only choke will he between
li> n miltie death anl dish, norahlc death.
A lanrr* number of men have been discharged
fi-oni the Brooklyn Navy Yard sin e election day.
They wete only put to woil. u f"W weel. s ago.
An I yet the Ridding prindpio of thc party in powel?
ls that public oliice L? a public Ina&
Tlie. rleliiy wiih going forward with an elevated
road in Atlantic-ave., Brooklyn, is inexcusable
Ihr fault lies wholly w-ith the Comm. n Council
Plans for the mail WON prepared months ai.0. but
the Alilertnen failed tit take action Mr. Corbin
and his associates declare that they ute ready to
build the structure as soon s they have an oppor
f n.ty. Let tbe Aldermen _ive them the opportn*
mtv at onie This road, to be sure, will by no
insane supply Brooklyn's need of rapid transit,
but it will be a substantial help In that direction
After tbo Free Trade is have proved that .John
Jarrett wus expelled from the Amalt-amated Asso
i-iittiori nf lum anl Steel Woi-kom for conspii-mies
and conniption, they may demonstrate Uiat Gen
eral <-1mit was O-peQed from the anny for cow?
ardice, and WuKhiniton it-moved from tlie lVisi
deney by impeachment for stealing his grand?
mother's fa'se teeth.
Ifagwnmpory has had its day ; Prohibition as
a U-ld-pnrty movement ha_* spent its force; but
Ofganlasd labor lilli have much to do with deter?
mining the i co pie's choice in lt. 88.
The reduction of fares on the elevated railroads
has made an increase of $*i,tfl7 so far in the aver?
age daily receipts. Tills ought to be a lesson to
the surface railroad manticcii who continno te
charge five ccuts .ince that lute of fare was
established there has been an enormous increase
in the traffic on the surface roads and a tolga
decrease in the cost of ?instinct ion anti matte
tenant e. Hut tlieit; bas been no increase in
liv lilli's, no improvement Lu the nus. und n...
t-.-ingeiiHiita for transfer ticket* and even the
etaptoyeo are not 6o well paid as formerly As
these i. ads puid nothing for tlioir Ctnac-d-as. und
are public institulinns, ibis is a case where tlie
public should rert.iinly get some benefit from tho
?' unearned increment"
Dcinociiydc, editors are re_:rettin_* their contempt?
uous lafetenon to Henry Oeotge. as a -socialist
iin I Anarchist, anti ha*e Beastly resolved te give
the next edition of "Frogress and Poverty" a hand?
some notice.
Fools and children tell the truth, 'tis said.
So may niadnien at times, when they are in tlie
mild and innocuous state which marks ex-Alderman
McCabe. Ile reiuail-cd to one of the doctors wiio
examined him: " I guess we all got it tlie
'.'boodle") except (Jrant and O'Connor." McCabe
_dgbt make a good Britaen for thc prosecution if
he had not lost such seise as he OOCO pc_ssesied.
Those who did not yet vindicated can now earn
an honest li.ii__,'.
Hie bcuiinj of Judge l-_nic.!s in tho campai}*
was Ililli -in, nded an.l bonoitible. He was not
ClOMted with Governon. or Cabinet ofliccis, but
thought, ;,., i,|. bhould think, that a stat on the
bench of the Court of Appeals is not to be ncium
lt lcd for.
Some food sized trees have fallen in thc late
poliUi.al storm. __
Ibo cou ut ry is still in a eon ditton of anvious
doubt as te who struck William l'attereon, but
thc mau who strut-. \\ illiaiu Morrison is Uie Hon
.lolin Jarrett.
Mr. rinero, trie ilmmsili-t, im* aotve jialnful recollection
ol inr" u.ility''iley. on lue Blane. ? Nolliiux " tie mys,
" could nXL-eeil tue iwny of ItBB-ttag ou tue atu_;i) vs il ii
out *i!<i.ikini_ ti word lu tlie trial scene of ' Tue Mercimut
ni v .-u.. r,' _ :..irii i.i.tn.i t-irty-ats -iiiiutr.-. I ..ii tiiai
r,.r 290BIgBta ll i'iy ?u? **ni? to i mil ni* lt ..-; Uni.
st?Uti, uni mid iiirui, lu lue u.i-die ol tua room for Sall
nu Barter."
" I met tlio venerable Edward A. I'm lt y-.ter.iuy," u
writeifi ihe liotluii Past r-tnnlkr. * -ml war inert: t_._,u
ever luipremtd hy hie itrous ruil luielltxiual face.
He Uar ego* a good deal in aigOOfBBeOt ami be walks
istlier li.s.ivlly wits a cane, but be aimwi na evuleuoe
of wenkeuitiK lu In* meiit-l power*, lil* rLeekr are lulu
iin.l ihr.iiiUt.li. li it tue rte Un-im. wltb its old-time Ore,
aud llir c.aipre*red llitr thew ttie rntlu determli.atl.,u,
wl.ii u Uar never beea uiore BettBBBBia tUau now.
lu uudrrw, ar lu bu tie.i. iuk, ito retaiur tue tbur.n-.ier*
Irtlta of tue viii eebool. Tue rult ot roleiuu ulrvk, tua
white oraval and the tireailitrl ntiitued lint are la keepluf
r itu ibe rind oourerralieiu of bu Umolu... Ur. I'urkir
now st-vKiity-eutii yean ul.!. Il ir nrty-Ove yrarr rlucr i.n
*..? ordriuesl ituri.tr et a ei.in.li. a postiinu win. u bo
retained rlinllt three yean and >? half. leuvlu__ it io l_e
eoine |.relrn.tr ti: ueir.il ?n.i ureil.-i-l.ial |iblh.eo| Uy al
Au.li.-lui i t.llt*_t?. Alliimi-'ii idowti l.'uivcrnily war hu
Alma Mater- tor ue wara naiiveof Prov 1 lenee? II*r
Vultl waa the lint lo naogUlan ide ablllly ami luann. ?
li) tfiv_-. ulti. n.e ll ii or* ..i a l>. I ?. Tl.i* was in 1-Ul,
wueu he natl Lt*, u iinrtlmt i'rolrirnr or hwrnd Ki.rtolio
at Audi var. tba lnroli.*lo.il ar., li,ar*/ wii.-re he war
I r.i.lu ite.1 iiml wliien ia i..entitled wit li hu i-rvn-er tor
rijjl.i )m.! ?. Three year* ia el be wai alni tlnled AObot
iititf .st.! _>f ( liri*iuii Tnonvgf, wblcb be brid nulli bl*
retitfUullou a few nar* ago."
Oeneral Curlli I*e lr ?alil to be Dot on frleinl ly telina
with uie itoiuiD, Uoveruur I'lliuuutt Un, inoim*? i
ITaoUoei Joke'Ue latter olu) ed eu bini, l uatir ir no led
tot lila druid ol wemen. He wouei i.iuioi' iuuo a giu-iy
Dear Ulan a i-it-uy niri. But ? cwii|ile wi yerra agn l.ti
hegb gol bim to go vlalUng at a oerlalu boo**, -muring
d there were only men to be met thara. Wheo Costa*
I there, however, ha found half a doses mamaxeabll
maali awaiting hlm.to whom FlUburh bad represent*!
? aaa oonaum matts flirtt Custla waa In an awful
ta of mind. Ila colored up, stan mered aad alums
d, bini tad out "You're all pretty t-lrl*!" and thea
nt into a regular Turkish-bath perspiration, whieO
s not mu h relieved II/ons of 'li* (tiri* hu latin I na?
il patuetio Innocence: " Oh, General, you're not aueS
u* hm aa General Pita saya you are, aro youl
ioma told tue f? keep away from flirts'." "a flirt!"
muted the horror stricken Cunt ls: ? Why, God itlosa
. I'm not a ? but Kt/ said that, ti n't bet f want
<??* Pit/. Where is bel fiicuse me, laities; I must lint
a." Ami a war be went Next norning he left thc
ce before breakfast, leaving bli oonipiimeuta and e
iiiiiat for each ot the ladles, and tie baa Diver forgives
he Edinburgh polios recently reeelred, through a
onbroker'i ticket'ound In tbe pocket of a inspected
et, a lady's gold walch lnscritiod "fl C., from W.
rilswnrJi, I ort Lacteate, In memory of Ins daagbter
ra, who died tho nth of .luiv. I 147. Rydal Mount,
rei,, |gfJO." A* the poet died April 23, 18V), this
st ii*vr t>een one of the last gifts he made. HU
i.'hter Ii.ira Wita lil* c en .10 un en his memorable
lt to Hlr Walter Hcott Who "H. C. "waa la 4aaht*_
e poet ones otote -oms vt rte* millrose!" Tn ll. c.,
years old." Thar " II. C." waa Harney Coleridge.
1 ba eooid not hare been tbe" H. c." of the watch,
be died in January, 1840, a year and a quarter be
* the a?ie on tbe watch, lt ia suggested that tbe " If.
* may have been Henry Cor, ina laureate's nutter,
ili-nrr and sen- rx. fsetotam ; or Henry 1 'ratio Kobti.
1, a most intimate friend of tbe fatally, wbo waa oom.
nly called Crabb, or Henry Ciattb, omitting Uie sux
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TBeTialk o'f the dat.
Among the members of the next Congress wm he
J clergymen, tbe Hov. L. F. McKinney, pastor ot
1 ??' . .ii .1 1 li ur- li lu Manchester N II . a 11.1 tho
v. Myron W. Reed, pastor ot a Prtabyterian (bun-ti
Denver, Col. Mr. McKinney served a* a soldier
the war, la a man of plain, blunt manner*, wears
linnell hat and unfashionable attire. He ia a clear
1 forcible epcalior, and bia many charities have en
ired him to all tbe m.ll operative* of Manchester.
* Bee, Mr. P.eed was for many years one of the
ding Prc* by terian clergymen of Indianapolis and
Inna. When he removed to Denver he at once at?
na! a wiilo popularity, anti having changed hla
lineal faith, will now go to Consresa on a Dem
at,, succeeding "Jim" Belford, the "Itod-Hoadel
osier of tba Rockies.n
nra Can's cone.-Kindly Old fady?What's thc
tier, little bog i"
Lil'le Hoy (cry.ng)?I Jes lost D' cents.
Kindly OM Lacy IgWlag him a nlckcli-Well, herc
five cento niore for you. so don't cry- How dal
1 ices itt
Little bey 'feeling uettcri?I lost it pitxhln' pennie*.
Harper's P.a/.ar
The oW rock ribbed orran of the Indiana Demoo
w, "Ihe Indiana)oli* Sentinel," apparently stands
i-ly to renounce Cleveland and all hut works.
mun in Iinlianaiiolia killed tum-olf on Flection
y ifU-r voting tho straight Denn eratic ticket, and
he fceuUisti" proposea tue following epitaph lill
Here lies one
Who, Trred of I. fe
Hut Ilea Hr. lng His obligations
rat Voted the btraigbt I?emocrat.c State and County
Before lllowing His Rraint <>ut
This is what might be called writing with the harli
Mm. Muohroom-Melmda, now that Mrs DeWlfglru
s gone, let me ieh von again never to nvahe ai yi
lusion to 1 iv s iack ng bus ne*- before company.
Melinda?Vi hy. ma. I didn't -ny anything about i.o-sT.
Mr-. Muslin.nm-No; but von BPOB98 about heelan
t'\ on your ?>o, and it u.'jttiiled nie terr.biy.?(Chi
r'j Ramil na*
'ihe Aftlmry Dark Journal" ls dtss.'Nflcd with the
ilrnad facilities furnished to that town, "lt ls a
:t." lt t-ays, "Unit goo ls ordered from New-York:
1' reach Chicago as 'juickly a. guod* chipped from
>bury lark will get to Keyport In thia county. A
tn can order a tub ol butler fruin New-York arni
t it at Long Breech ibe same day, but If he 99"
?rs lt here It iccjauraa nearly two days befoie it
.to to lt- dei-t.nat'Oii."
The young -women of Atlanta, Ca., haie determined
boycott "parlor beaus." 'lhat w, young men who
ake long calls, but who never >-ay anything about
leatres, balls, ice-cream, or oysters.
Tbe little girl's* fnther bad recently leen appointed
1 an ortice In the distrct and she and her mother
ere out one n ght to see a neighbor, wbo epeeeal *
nte of cbami ?j,r.e.
"1 batik you,'' saul the lady, when a gla-s waa
mded ber, "I never drink eheaapegaa."
ihe child looked navety at ncr Bother.
"Tale lt," she Mid, In a tone nf command.
"Why, nessie." exclaimed the mother, "what do
>u mean I"
?You mift drink lt. mamma.1*
"Hut 1 don't like it." >-be remonstrated.
"Well, you must learn to. We cant over expect
? move iu society il we don't drink ehaatgagaa,"
ul the kid swailowo-l her-Lite a l.ttle man, while tho
other almost had a flt.?(Washington cr,tic.
"The Boston Tran.script" teUs of a spinster in that
iwn who nay* that she vants to get married becau-e
10 Bible s.iys that "there is none goixi. not eon."
I!ro>vn-I have leen reading about a wcinau who
ts been vis ting tbe leading clure* and -telling
.e 17 tiling she coull lay bands on Singular, -ni lt!
uji-.o-e ?be i? a -utterer toni kleptomania ?
lung lone of tbe storeketitersi?I don't know, but
know 1 um.? Boston iraiu-cript.
On October 7 Mr. Carl Fcininjror, n, well,
nown New-York miistc'an. gave a concert ot hla own
MbgcetlleBS tn Herlla. The programme consisted of a
invert overture tu L Oat ma).ir, au adagio aud a nunnet
om a ({tiartet for strings, a dramatic overture, a "ivirt
ooulo Orijbostral Piece," t ve "Mood 1'ict ires'
Sebusuoht," Caprice," "Erlnneruura'ilatt," "Neber
utu,"l amt a piece in uiaron form entitled "Tho Cy.
ups." Mt. Feimuger conducted Herr Joachim'* I'oll
irmoulo orchestra of sixty men. As to the impression
tuen his tniislo ma le, oe can do no bettor thau to
ansi.ita and .junie lu full the opinion of Professor
brlicn, prlntod In the Berliner lagrbtatt lt ls as
illowa :
It Bj u difficult task U> pronounce a Juilgment on Mr.
munger-* orchestral conceit- Mr. l-'eininger 1* it ni ut
ho i* not lat kins iu lnventi'tn***, and ms iiistruuirn
i':o'i {.rove* that be boa uot only ntudied n. um uni
eli but is also gifted wttti a seune of toni! aOncSa, It
aa oi'viiiiia that the mention of the PbilQarinonta
rohaatra plorcd taeir cary t.iitci.it p.iru wita acartaia
(trfree ot mtarr-st; ali plajed admirably. Hu Mr.
eu.in jiu- wants artistic seuia for measure and order. I
j mu mean tue ?ei,*e wmeh coiidJen on.y the r<,loiof
? .irmigV'S-* anti counterpoint laltliougb Incaa cati as til
ii overlooked in composition a* those ot scansion aud
fi.souy In jioetryi, hut t.at inti rn il or Inn tte seuss for
rtlstle law,for orgaule developmeiit of luuilesl Idea*, for
inst rm'!,mi ami syuitut-try. Oue uu<ht pa. .ti .,r.??o
Hamlet," and sty of tilm tnat tis oui-i'.erlinz* HcrnVwH
ti:l l.l* harmonie* frei|tieutly lui re**ed ice a* If he never
rote iu ('-uni!' ?' '"it away* lu BTauaro wltti (Ivs do iiilo
larga Itlspltlanis tu mk * mas nf talent on dsvtoiis
? tl,*, w Idol, ms)'. Indeed, ll? ?|>art frmu I ns nryad rut
the ooh "timi,?..ice, but uevoriueles* leatl only eui imo
ie deaert.
The autnor of tuts opinion ls among tho aidest of
ei'iuiii erl tics, and tbotsn wuo are laud, iar w.tu Mr.
Dillinger'.-, methods will 1 ave uo diikult) tn recuguUlug
ie degree of 9arrant winch be hat given lor il in aa8
un, ii-.'.it m. Mr. lelaliigsr ls a initn of most iirououucod
l.tivldiiallty, and we ku..w lhat wliat ls en tim tit iha
erge ot luoleasufS* li, nu cuuims: mut is ti.6 trull of
IS cuiV.clinU UtUCilUg the ll.ut ul thu CTnallVe Iii.,- 1 lau
? oxfioss lilli. 1-11 with'iut res.ratal, lu *u fur a* ue la
llllug lo a.Hui! . ..al lil- A..,el .eil. li.e ui,d 1.1- ji.UIi 'l
111 li.ive lutiueiiced liluu u..s ai li.si.u tauter, us cun
ii'.is llial ll t.as uni) been lo lo tl lilli. Ul tnat etea
iff la Mcerglag lu ll* lumviduai nature. Ile Maa 9s>
i-iicver in tuc iial.utta.ity h. oliy alt, tua luok* Uj-ca
mse peciiliurl'i.-* ni ineiiHiy ur ruytuiu ouicu are *vo
? i>led aa uuarneiei'istlc ul < e.-,mn peoyiea, aud wuloh
? vc played *o iu:p uittti a ruts in tim .uiuical ids.or/ ot
lie mai fi.ly yeal*, aa luiusyuurasina, tue into ot witina
imi i lie Out ul plHC* 111 lt.rt 'undi- Bi A Indict.
ills, ol cuiirao, Uallrtiu.g l.ntl Mr. Keimuger sjumld
ave 0"a*g*J lue al mill li ni bo alon .ii . ut, ui .ct.i.e-1 a
uiaii.'iau aud critio aa 1'riuonaoi' I., i u-u. mai lula
itareol *.is uoi u.cridy j>aaaiug 1* eviueuuva Oy a j (ICagg
it.ur wuiou tua v.i..ci ma .m.1. iiuiti 1, reuouui.ug a
uriiou of a coi.vursat.ou i.ad wiiu ultu a.Ur ilia
iiuL-ut'i. lt SBBjfaaglaia leegalatd vmw from wiucu
e juiicemicd lu it.* c'lii.cisin ni Mr, r'rtiuinger. " la
.uicrica," a<tiu lie. " Hie) nuiiu Butt iiiing.O lOget.ier all
t) lea ul ai*..ilfi lute wu.,., it l-tMl.? OOH ueduml I., a.iy.
ue aiiiiio if. .1 .0 ul l.ir. 1 uti i..l rn u t a ?1 .lii.?t ot
il'rtl Ilario Ba Well a* ttl tUU*l?uu. Air. I rtllilllgoi ruo lld
lav nate aud s.nve lu lortu a moro ueuulle st) le .ul Ula
0? ?
iilK kind Off MtoMAUl iiu:y lo 111 cb.r.
>r 11 ike atna.tore n mu IOcbbJ
Tbe PrcMdeiit 819)9801 himself an hour each day
ow from bW executive oillce, and it la iuv.-uuie l ha
j undergoing ma-saga trestiueni. lt oas aoiueiiiiug
ike ibo ma-w-ugi) uratineui Uiat reduced ibo l>etu
eratic niajoi't') in tho Houao- raUier molo sciaisja*
ng. lliough. Ulan nibtuug.
.?.- m
trout ixe /.?*(?? .tt?i*efiti*r.
Wa hove aeon nu mme uukuri umist than one te
"llio .New gee! I'* ee" yeserviay. In an eirort ca
?how Uiai 999 1-ive .ratiem vveie geueraiiji .iu.o?>?iul
a Mo*rachiiselU. it*? cotreopouvleui nagCCCC 81 Mr.
oaring hy faying lhat "ho waa never refugm***!
i? iii -im, ?'('? ??>'"? utrilf ra lo 1111." Inasmuch aa
Ur I 111tr.ua spoke mo lett oord lor ibo (ai tl "re
ui in" cami 01a u ai tue M9g Mat* (nib iiu.uer, voio4
i.aia-ti tho vMrhes of his i-oii-i.tiicui.s lui the Mor
?sBOa bdl, and m.ul* bis 1 suv*.-* lor rc elect iou etucity
>u ibai koete, " Ho ' iiues's" i-uiiCrpondout is lucrciiaoa
u hi* aiu-nipt tu in-tue a point.
>y.t? Tn* (i.*i.t.i 1 ontntHtum.
Now, tkeu. slr. 1'iot.k.eui, a emu re out, old fash*
teaed Deawueur polroj will bibi up tito Drtuociatie
l>ariy, and i.. 1 muig ci-o wai.
ffr.u* Th* Set* York ff nor.
The elections are really au Adiuiuirtratinn defect.
Mr. cicveiaaU a neala* to dsw thau as asa a *cajj

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