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TOUNDED BY KORACE OREELET
S-TUKDAY, FEBRUARY U, 1891.
TWELVE PAGES.
TBE SMW8 THIS UORXIXG,
I
Foi-gB.?Tbe Ncwfoiin.llrin'l llouso nf A'semblv
iiiiiiniinotisly ji's-s-.l laBolatlsBfl ur2iiiH -Bgland
aa ratify the ledproeitrjr eoBveatloa between thal
c ilony and Ibe Dnlted Statea.;-Mawra Dlllon
aud O'Brien wera takaa froai London t.. [retand,
and lo.l.'.d in Clonmel JaiL _== The Khedlve
oi Egypl has aoeepaed the icaigBation ol i.i*
IHntatry. as Tl.<* ilentlis from t lie (.niclH'C .-x
plosion niimlH-r twenty. ??- Mr. Lauricr I?a
taaaed bb uiI.Iivks t? the efcatora la reply t.. Bli
.luli-i .M.if.loinil.l s iiiiiniti Bl >. =-_ Another Wliit,"
chnpei oflteaal haa been foaad mardered, it is
Buppoaod i.y "Jaek tlie Kipper.''
Cwaareaa.?Botb braaebea _i aeaaloB, - - The
.*>? : .t": Ti-.e Sljenuii.il BgneiU?nent to tbe Copy
rigbi MU waa adoated by a vate ..r -j;, to gg, and
tha i)i!l waa lald aalde; tTlbutea to the oareei ot
A'lmlral Porter wera dettvered, aad the Senate
ji'ij.itirnp-l out ..f reapeel to l.is _a?oory. --- The
li.iis..': The t-'ivil Service Ce-nolaalon c.--,ni.' up
foi dla ei?ai on; ar.d sonie provtaion 4\i.s taade foi
ns .- erieal loroo.
DoBirstle.?A.lmiral Uavi.l I>. Porter di.-.i aud
liciii.-, rt li* Imine in W-d-BgtOB' he will be
bui -. fltwt 1'iics.lay. ___= Soutbern aad Weatern
aopera critletee Mr. ( levolan.rs bilver Ietter un
lavurably. _ Itahaaa atopped work on the
WorklM i" Ir alte la Chleago through fear ol the
Baoba "i unemployed workatea. The Bepub
]., lt, ( I,,:, 0( rortluii.'. M<-.. gave a diaaer to Sea
ntor-eleei Gallinger, ol New-HaaipBhire. = A
large numbei <>i' >>ill. were ordered to a tliir*! read
,, ,.; iii- a.ss, ::ii.iy .1 -Ihaayj a bill prohibiting
lhe n '? ? f iii.i.'i.iiifiy la the St.u-.- priaoaa w ia iBtro
ilueeJ tn the A_Bembty/. ---- The Deiaoerata are
arepnrli | lo gerrya?a?der the Congreea diatrieu
ln WtaooMla. _-=* Beaator Stewart, of Nevada.
? ?,. ie ir. '.i.vor ot free t-laage in iBBBBil Hail,
l!oft .11.
l ity aml SuborBBB.?At mi.lnia;lit Cieneml Slmr
,:.,,, Waa .a a erltleal eoaditloa; ba bad graai
rttrri. .ity in breathlag, an.l it waa thougbl thal
he mula die al any niiiuit". _= Charlea H. - '?
i.i4, loeal superviaor ?f the laal eenaaa, r.'fii*..-i,
on ortlera fro_ Superiateadenl Porter, t-. glve
loromiation aboal it to the AaBeinbly Inveati
Ratinq CoBUailte*. ?== A State Baak Examlncr
Ku.iii inveatigatiBg tbe affalra ol tha Ameriean
l.,,.n ; ad Tr al Cotapaay. - ?? A llvely quarrel
i* ...iiij. ..n in Compaay D. 22d Bcgiment, over
tiie qneatlon .?( the apBolBtmeBl ... electioa ol
i..,ii-.-oii)ii,iss!oi!i' l aakatB. ABaeniblyman
i'tiitik P. Itt'tiiurc-st wii3 iiiilictcl foi for^ciy by
ti.e Koi-kliin.l Coiinty Grand .lur.v. A raob in
aytaaathj aritk atrikiBg apiaaera in Kearay, N. J.,
.u.i in.iiv daaMge nt the Clark MUla Stooka
ilull BBd i.eavy, aiyiouirh fi?al Tarta?0?I BBB?U
aad wltboul tne.4iiiii?. A ffw stocks olosed above
t .'ir flrai prieee, .
Tha Wi-ather.?Forernst fnr to-day: Fair nnd
rooler. Te?peratare yaalefday: lii-'hest, io de
gtaaai kwaaaa, .'!.'>: aaataga, o\> l-'i.
- irtHaf, ."iilirmation af Wio'Chicn.irn gbyr* oJ
n d:al.o!i. a1 pl.'t (a) tlc-troy an anti-Whiskey
Trust distilk'iv was fui-ighad bj an oxuniinn
tiun of tbe goatBBtg of tho battle fonn J cn (lih
v.n tho WHltllJ of the trust, whon arK-*' d
A liafle drop of the liuid !K>t a piece ai paper
aa Bra, ar.d it buinod so fiereely thal a cob
fla.jraron 4ias uano\\ly avi.id.'l. I'v.n Gibeoa's
fiiend* 'Ar^ liciriminr* convinrcd of tiu ttuth of
thh gi.ivo BBd alinost in.iediiiio dutrgaa agaiast
him. It iotm n..t appaag as yet that <;il.*..n ha-1
any aocimphofs. This is a hianch <>f the snl.
joet thal rcqnirefl Bearcbini iaTeatigatioa.
The ro i-- .'iin;.lc ovi.loiu.' for the popnlar be
liof thit a . loud of sinok.' inilir.ii. i tbe oxiataoce
of a liiv. A uood doul of talk has been alioat
lor s,,ni<* tiino about PoHaB C-aptjiin Killil'.'ii, and
o.m* s'lea-ii.c g_arjji agalaal ?lm h.i- been ui. d
h>- tha 1'oiiee Bg?r41 Tha Baagal tonad lha?i*
?ahrgg tinal.le to ggjraB as to tho streiiKth of tho
evidence, hut th^y dotided that the imblic in
U-rest demanded tlie ttanafei of Klllllea to an?
other tield uf activity, if not of uaef B?MBB, The
tintisfcr is eqi-TB?_t to thc SootCh vordiet of
" not pIOTea" on tlio i-harno lai-lv tried. I'op
iilar ooafldeBOB lo tbe accuaed officr will not
be re-<?tabliahed, however, I.y the Poliee Com
missioneis' tl.ci-ioti.
Tho Grand Jury of Kocklan . County h_ D< I
w is'.-d nmcfa time in disposlng of the 0B8B oi
Aaaemblyman Demareet, whoae entbeaaleinenl
and forgery were confeased by himaelf aeveral
weeka ago. An indictment BgBiojl hlm waa
found on Thursday. In apite of his confeaaion,
he has continoed t<> bold hia plaee and perform
hia duties as b member of tbe Aaaembly, aod
we do not Boppoee that the faot of hi? Indlct
ment will make his party aaaociat? think him
any leaa worthy of their eomradeahip and con
fidenoe. If he is oonvicted, avea, thej ":"
probably insist tbat he is more sinned againal
than rinning. _ _
Teetetday'a proceedinga in the Senate render
tho proapecta of peaaing a Copyrigh. htw ar this
teasion atill more remote than tbey aeemed after
the adoption of 1*% Fiye amendment. The
Sherman amendment, in faot, toucbea thc prin
eiple of the bill, nnd would imperil its enact
menl even if Um ahortneaa of time did noi make
;i(tl ?, opoB it by tbe Houae prn< ti.-ailv in.a
lible Tbe Senate baa aadly dlaappointed pub
lio expeeution on this question. Tbe Houae
waa conaidered the weah point, and when the
bill went Bafeiy through that body its oomplete
enactmenf waa looked npon as aaaured.
ADMIRAL PORTER,
Hy a coinddenoe that la al leaud Impreaalta ihe
Nation'a anxioua vi.il between bope and fear
over tho bada.de of the bnH of the greal gen
erala waa in_i*rupted yeaterday by tbe aewa
that the laat of the greal admirala hnd gone
before. Somi how tbe Ineidenl recalla the mem
orable anniveraaiy of Independence Daj in
1826, when there passed away almoat in t?a
same'hour two Preaidenta, two oentral Bgures
0l the Revolution, John Adama and Thomaa
Jefferaon. For now as then tbe llluatrioua p lir
leave hei ind them neitber eompee_ nor auc
ces.-w.ra. Sherman and Portajr arere last and
uiirni frienda and atrong alliea from the Brst
Xojealouay evor hald back eitber from the moal
earnest eo-opatationi no quarrel ever divided
their lifelong affeotion. Each was tbe aecond
in rank, and aftcr Ihe war the lirst. in his aritl
of the aerviee. In talent and ln aeknowledged
reputation each held the atanding reprcsentcd
by hia coramiaaion. There the compariaon mual
needa end. alnee ther.- exiats no common acalc
i.v which the mcritB or tbe aervicesof tho sailor
and Ihe soldier may be meaaured. The losa
ol .1 Bingle diviaion of infantry in an unknown
akirmiah mav excoed the loaaea of a whole navy
in an entire war. A cbance Bhol may in .1
ringle inatan. aend tbe moal powerful ahip of
the llne to the bottom of the aea with everj
soul aboard.
Farragui will atand for all time us the .
American aallor. Nextto him comes Porter, y< l
ai an interval great- in avery dimension than
thai which aeparatea Sherman from Grant.
Farragui was made ol aterner atuif than his
aasociate, and was ,,,.. in a atronger mould, yel
:1 ine, n t even ho. aurpasaed Porter in ...ma. ??.
in energy, in resolution. in resource, or In b
eertain breezy ali rtneaa thal aeema !<> belong
to the true aailor as tbe deep bloe belonga I ?
ihe aea.
porter fou. ht no battle and won no victory
oomparable to Farragut'a poasage of the Mi?
BiBSippi forta, or to the bol Augual dav m the
Bay of Mobllej yel from tbe headwatara ...
tbe Tenueaaee to tbe anaggy barriera <>f the
Red River, by crooked bayoua and through
Bwampj lakea, foi thouaanda of mil< 1 of the
Western watera, everywhi re beael by bold or
lurking foea, Porter forced Ihe prows ol his
gunboa- by ihe atrength <-f his will, often 1 1
extricate them -.u'v bj the power of hia genius.
For thia aome ahertoominga are frecly forgiven,
aome failinga roadily forgotten.
When thc laat ol these Hve greal onea is
oalled from ua tbe atrain will have oome to an
end. And whi a tbe 1 aintrj om 1 m re al inda in
i.eed of defence lel ns bope tbal their fthining
example may ral ? up ;? b ??? raa worthy of the
old. 'This we fervently believe.
DEAL GENTL1 WITB MCRRAT.
T1k- laaue which tho Aaaembljr Censiw ln
v. -: gating Cominitteo haa been _eking ao ol
fenaivcly to raiae is ;.* Ia?i Joined, and we ahall
now bave the pleasurc of seeing how a Sl 1
going t,. compel b United Stal - oflicci' to givc
il information as to h - p irformanci ol dutiea
Impoaed by Fedcral authority. Snperviaor Mur?
ray, who direeted the w< rk of enumeration iii
this city, refused yesterday, under the insl
tions of Superintendent Porter, ... "answer any
questiona or produce any papera touching bi*
ofticial action." The Dcmocratic chalnnan of
the oommittee noiaily ordered Mr. Murray to
disregard theae instructiona und to answer Ihe
questiona pul to him, but the Supervisor a
sured the chalrman Ihal he did boI hold himscll
to I, under anv obligation to obej 1!,' Stal ol
New-Toik as againal tho United Statea in anj
matter relating to hi> acta as a aervanl <>f the
L'nited Statea. The committee intenda to take
this reply to the Assembly and to await it1
furtber instructiona.
We commend the committee. prudence. It
the three partiaan Dcmocrata who compoae ita
majority are oontcmplating a lighl with the
United Statea, we tbink they aill need the
active aaaiatant. of all their partiaan brethren.
They aro engaged in a piece of two-for-a-cenl
humbug, and they know it. They have come
down here aa partiaan Democrata, nol aa hon. al
legialators, to throw mud al Superintendonl
Porter and through him al the Republican party.
Their object ia nol t<> investigate th ? taking of
the ocnsua, for, if it were, they would'go down
to Washington and ask Mr. Porter, as citizena
of tbe United s at?a, to ahow tbem the fao_
and the Bgures. Mr. Porter i-- nol a dictator.
He haa no i'i raponslble authority. 11" is a
aervaat vi tbe people, to be reached, inv ati
gated, and. ii need be, punished by proceases
both tea_ble and eftkacioua. Bul tbe Demo
cratic partisana who are making all this hubbub
aboul the ci nsua have bo wiah or purp ae I 1
al tbe facta. All thej an aftei ia enough demi
aemi-faota lo aerve tbem in making a partiaan
howl.
Thc dlatlnctiona between State and Federal
authority made bj tbi Constitution are diatinc
ii'.iis tbat muat be couatiintly aad carefully
bome in mind il we are to oontinue our preaent
form .f govcrnment. Tbe State of New-York,
.is ;i State, is nol repreeented in tbe lowar bonae
of Congreaa. Thal body repreaents the 1- ?ple,
not aa ci??na of particular Statea, bul aa .1
Natu_. State repreaentation ia obtained in
Congreaa, not through the Houae, bul through
th Senate. Tbe oenaua is taken, nol on babalf
of the Statea, nor al their aolicitaUon <>r ?\\
penae. lt ia taken bj the United 31 - for th"
purpoaa of aacertaining into hon many Con
Itreaaional dis.iins each State ahall be divided,
:i ?j? 1 - - tion wbich, as 11 is baaed on popukation,
direotly concerna everj State aa much .i- anj
one of them. There ean be no doubt, <.f courae,
as t<> tbe authority of a Stal? to inreatigate tbe
Likiiiu .,f a oeaaBB, but it obbbo! require tbe
liiitt'd Stataa aoa anv peiaoo repraaanUag tbem
to ol.ey it? prooaaaaa, Mr. Murray ea__?rated
the inliabitantai of the city of New-York in viitnc
Bl a Federal cc'inttiiasi'.n. The btate had u.th
Ing to do with his appointtnent, or his LMBpaBBB
tion. and no authoritj over his conduot
Wfl BOggeet t.. lha l?.-rn..nati.- majority in tho
As.r-.nl.lv thal thoy go bIow in any attempl to
ooeroe Mr. Mnnay. aad that. leaving him for
the pymmt* alono. thoy pflai a Joint rosolntion
requeating Mr. Porter to furnish them, a** dti
naa of tho L'aited States. wtth any mfoimntion
they want. Wa havo ao dtrab. hc will oblige
them Tho consns papera are publlc dot*r__enta,
and tbey as dtizena of the Uaioo havo tho on
,1.itad right to kBow all tha faoU contained in
tha publie reeorda. Hut it wouldn't ba ariga to
enpfoj. Bgalnal Ur. Mnnay any weapon mora
dreadfnl thaa b lr .wn._
TBATLETTEB AXD WHAT BBOAMB of IT.
Mr Watteraon itandg hy hia Ietter adriBing
Ooveirror Jiill not to get in the tray ofthe Cteye
lande-preMin 1892. and givl-ghiin^perMmton
to mn an expreee ?f hia ?*? '" lM6' . ?
]..? .r is genoine, and ita author is not asbamed
01 jt, though gitoted to learn thaa tbe C^Ternei
disagrees with it and thal il diBagreea with tha
Governor. It waa writtea, bul il waa nerer re
(,1V,-.|. nor waa il retnrn .1 through the Dead
I,.,.,.,- QflUce. Where waa nnd i* the original?
Wi* il kidnapped or merelj mJglaid? Our own
beiief ia that having written, rig-cd, enyehjped
.Ul,| addre-ed the dtaMmeni Colonel \Vattereon
?-? ii to l.is baadmaiden, the 8tar-Eyed tfod*
;,... 0| Reform, t. itamp and nail i and, eithei
be, ?:... *!,.. imagi-ed tbal ln a oaimer mood the
Colonel mighl regrel bii Impetuoaity, or ae*
cauao ihe dldn'l bappen to bave a poatage-atamp
nl ??.,. pockel aod tha drag-Btorea wera all
cloacd, that she reUred to the aeciuaion of ho
own apartmenl and UBed tl." yrtdaiu miasi-e
f0r curi papera. Tln* thcorj Impliefl b nd
breach ol faith on the parl of the St_r-Ey< I i
bul in the Bnl place ahe baa ahvajre been b trifks
Iligbty, and in the aecond plaoe ahe is b woman
and the Colonel lm* been guiltj oi nnmeroua
injidelitiea, Here in th.* vorj Ietter, for e\
ample, be asaures Governor Hill thal ho think*
well of him, and would like to aee bin oftenei
an i kn ?w him better. How oould ahe be ?
peited to pul up with aueh trifling complacont
|. j. We have aaatuncd thal tho Ietter wa?
.'. ,-l when ii waa placed in her bandaj bul
there aaa nothing to provent her opening ii
with a bairpin, after the manner of ber aex.
A* for the Ietter itaelf, we aee no reaaon why
it ahould be clamed by the writer, even in th<
lighi of events, among thinga whieh ono would
rathor hav.- lefl unsaid, though thal - enw t<
i... tne <> vernor'a riew of it. Wo auppoao tbal
v,,. are nol violating confidence when we aaj
Mr. lli!! ia ;i candidato f..r tbe Preaid mcy,
i flist and -equeul i pportunitiea.
And wo are certain thal wo are n< vi lating
tho truth when wo aay tb
!,, c donel Watterson thal the Edltor of " The
Couricr-Jonrnal'* nceded anybody'a permiaaion
;,, declaro lns opiniona, gratuitouslj or other
wiao, for tho I eticill of the party or of nn indl
vidual. .\"- ev. u a liovornor who oxpe. ?* '?
hoid two gr. i- i Bopb ai onoe in the inim. dialo
futuro ia beyond the Co rnel'a pal . Mr. Hill'*
tt-rath i* inexplicahlo. Whal ia there nf Inauli
or impcrtinenca in ;i Ietter whieh advi* .1 him
to i ,'...? ;i courae whieh ho ha* alnce takon al
lhe dietation "f his own judgmenl'.' One ol the
Governor'*. moat admirable quBlitiea baa alwaya
i.n lu* freedom from bitlerncaa aud reaent
menta. We ara afraid be i* getting thin
akinnod.
Thera is one cauao for regrel in conw
with ihia inddent, and we aball nol ?.n for
the *?tar-_yed Ooddeaa I atering
thal ! sttcr. Suppoae thal she had no atomp;
il i, poaaibre tbal Colonel Waltci in may bave
had - eeata aboul ln* peraou. T'n* naa .. caao
in whicb ahe would havo been aaved not loal by
heaitation. Her nol altogether uunatural wrath
nould have aul -..'? ??! in a monv nt, the
! have been mailed, and lhe U
would ba\ - l ii- Ho would nol onlj
have r.ived it. Imt?and tln* i* the po
would have anawere 1 it, for be aa* ??> bini
*..:f: an I i. he had l.n half n* Bngrj a* h? i*
hi* reply i* m d ;i ?? made i - rhtj nl .
eating reading. He ] I ibly wo 1 nol hav.
publiabod the o rr uipond. u. e bin_? lf, bul " '1 be
t !ouricr-Joui i il" knowa a go >>l thing who . il
it, and would have i.n apl to r? a* u, with
the late Hamnel Uowlea : Thi* ma*. be |
, *. iin; || :* blank gi ? -I Journ iii im.
GOI.H EXP0BT8 AXD 81LFER COIXAOE.
i:-,|a?'s ol gold are beginning again q
uncxpected)y. 1' lias been f-1 *- me tin e ??? ?
neen (hai tho atatc of fbrcign trade would aoon. r
,,i- latei cauao an otitj.t 2 ild, unleaa lh? foreiRn
d. m 11 1 for Ameriean
|y increaae. lly many it ha* beon bclieved thal
I'lm lm. <?* ol st-.i ivs for foreign a< ounl
would reault from thi compad of rnilroad pn ?
idcnla, the reporta of importanl 1 on olid 1
an I tho more bop -fiil feelins a* 1' Hnanrial
Icgislation whieh tho approai-bing termination
ol 1 10 ac?tion "i ? -.ii_'i.--* induc * ilul the re
atilt |,;i> 11 1 u 1 juatifii 'I i!i. ->? bopea. For -> me
-a- '.* . j. i ol 11. n hand - ? bat 0 '?> ? n smail
er than a j n parl becauae t.1"- 1 ttraor
dinarily high priee* oi breadstuffa havo ret_rdod
exporta, while the importa continue large nol
withatanding the n -44 tai iff.
ln thi* atate ?.f facta European pnrchaaea of
necuritiea appeai iiecessary to provenl an outgo
nf gold. Um foreign and ..tli^i- baukera, whoae
influence haa done ao much to bring aliotil the
agreemanl of railroad preaideata, are cither nol
able ?>" not willing t.i influence Inveatora to take
Ameritrm propertiea in large amounta. Ir ran
hardly be a aufflcicBl reaaon thal tli" railwaj
, mj act ia nol yel oompleted a* Batiafactorily
;i, haa been eipected, for there were aome ob
atacl. - from the Hwt, and il is nol atrange thal
hej bavenotyol beenentirely removed. There
haa l.n all the time danger of aerioua dia
agreemenl rcgarding detaila of the plan, bul
tha more recenl proapecta ;uv regarded as bigh
l\ latlefactory. The beaJtotion of foreign In?
veatora muBl be attributed mainly to other
, :iti---s. < tne of theae i* <i. ubtleaa the I ?-?- .1 ? n< !
?afncndlj legislation in Weatern Stat ?. V.-i
tliis danger doea nol eeem as greal aa it ap.
peared in November and Decembor. Tl.o <-..n
servative tendenciea in aoveral ol tho Leg?
laturea are atronger than was expected. I'n
doubtedly there i* poasibiiity ..( 111.44;-.' and in
jurioua legialation in aome Statea, bul nol much
probability thal it will be 10 rarefully drawn
nii'l si. well reBtricted within oonatitutional li.u
Bi as to atand tba te?l to whieh it will
douttreaa I." aubjected In tbe courtg.
The greal .au*.- of heaitation, acoording to
the general beliof of bankera and othera cora
petenl to Judge, ia the fear of debaaemanl ??f
tba Ameriean currency through lilvai coinage.
ln tha aat?nation of foreign Inveatora thia dan?
ger 1* v'-iv near and great li e__ta, in their
opinioB, nol eTtelueivelj becauiie tha paaaage of
a Free-Coinage loll it poaaible, for they under
stand tbal it is onlikerj to oobi i during the
i,i(..,.iit -?um, and there ia al leaal 1 poaai
bility thal it may bearrv-ted al the nexl aeaxion
i.y a Preaidential vato. Bul eiisting h. - .
tion, 111 tbe judgmenl <.i foreign buaineaa men
and Inveartora, goei fai In tbe direction ..l dan
of r. II ii ha* nol yel done harm II it haa nol
yel caueod <lis-,ni-t aod'generaj alarm iu this
i-iiiiiitiy, iii.-y rackoa tbal this i* becauae .it
?'iiiaataaoaB have aot y.*t eaaaad a draia "t gold,
arhioh 1* n.v.'rtheleaa likely to tx.-nr at any
time. Theso are not the opinions of un lat Kc
pablioaaein thLs country. eapecial ly at tho Weat.
and BV?B IB I .nnsylvani... who think that legis
|;iti,,n thus far involves no nerinus daiiger if II
ii let alone and .-m-dially accepted and auataitted
1 y all elenxnta. But foreign investors not tin
nattii-allv havo less coniideneo in a policy boatile
to the liiianci-1 b.iie!s which aro gc-neuiiy
l.revalent in otlior countriea.
It can hardly be denied that there hrm iVon
unwhoieBOBM apae_at__ in many produota,
dnoa th,' expansion of circulatlon began which
ir was tho intent of last ycii's Bilver Aot to
produea. But aneh apeeulation has been power
fnlly stimnlated alao, sinco the electiona in *No
vemher. hy tlie lu-licf tliat unlimited COinage
WOUld not he long deferred, that, the ctirren.y
__.< then depreoiate and prieea mual then ad
vance. Henco the hurtfnl activitj ol apecula
tion in producta and the riae "f prieea which
teada t" ahnt some American producta out of
foreign marketa are rather the effect nf cxp,'<-ta
tii.ii ,,f furtber legialation than ,.f the ad a_
r,e,,ly paaaed. Yet the consequeines begia t.>
be li'lt m poaaible exporta of gold. A natural
porreetive would s,.on he applied through the
curtailment _ eradita and ipeoula-on, and a
downward n action iu prioaa of thinn* nnduly
advaaeed. Bul th.- proeped of free ooinage
still operatea with mudi forca bo praTont the
working f.f theaa remedial agenciea, to keep
sjx .?iilation bopeful and prieea hij.li, and V> ie
tard the nporta oi productB.
BADORR8.
We aek live miniiivs' attention to an ndven.ure
of two ls?lea with a badger, tbe boobubI ..i which
we (ind in n oarefuUy edtted newapeper printed
uid pnbHahed iu tl..- city ..f Bt. Louia. ln the
M___ra_-h of tlds BUbject ihere ar.' severnl
?hlngB which we iniist 11..1 forget, th.- Bral ?f
whieh is thal thr- badger is a BtnaU anlmal, Btand
Ing at?tapa some scvon or eifhl luchea blgh,
tboUgfa it is soti.cwhat wid.T, l.'lti. bullt 'o:i
ririerahly on th,- ar_Uteetural <1<*sil:u of a ilngle
deok Eaat River ferryboat Its halr is quite long,
ita si.in looae and very thl_-, and beneatfa thia
there is a laver <<f nn Ineh or two of fnt, BO tliat
ti?. real badger, ..r, if we may venture t.< s? pul
it. thc per si- badger, i- even amaller than would
ba Buppot?J from ins outtlde appearanee. With
! ? t. Brmly rooted In our memoriea wa may
prorced to a rareful and BftJ?.udiced OOOnidera
(Ioa of thc t ile iii qneatton.
Two jreung ladiea, wivea of eavalry offlcera,
lefl l',,ri RUey, in Kana -. one afternoon reeently
f.,r a ". lk. While retiiriiit. . they were obllged
to cr.ss a Uttle canon or ravine. Al the bottom
,,r tbla they came to a large tie,- which had been
blown down. Tbey acramblcd np on the tree
iriml; t" gel aeroaa, They had Boarcely done ao
when thev hcaid an - an.ry growl," and on look
Ing up thev siw ii badger on a ledge of ro.-k
above them, the "ilcree aud angeml creature"
hejng - |usl ready tor .. apring." We muel no*
forge! t! al tbe bad ter ne .<-i glvea venl to
_r,.wls. unleaa, posBibly, wlien driven Intoa rorn. r
i.y a dog, when we di slre t.. .i,. full j istloe to
tbe beatt) he wlll li-ln stubbornly. We miiBl re
?.c.,?i?.r. t,?., th.t the badger is nol Berre, and
,!,:,t oti this .-ion he could n..t have heen an
,.,,. ]. i.,-t i -. alao keep i" mlnd, ln coi i
with t'.' expeeted -;.:it. -. thal the hadger'a lega
..,:,?? i,.iir Inch _ long. 'i'li,' la lu i '?'
lirsi were very much excited, a- tl.e anlmal np
.,,.,,...1 io them "aa large ? i a Uon," on op1
illiisi.-a fortunately dlapelled lat_ .... di ae
i ?.b i,.-! to te:.,m,l ti.e reader th >t tne
r livea in a bnrrow rather leaa than ala
, ,., ,|, ,.,?.... ": ?? -,f the l.-idte8 i :iii|?"l
ilr.wti frotn ihe tree trunk nnd ran up on a Uttle
.,., the other .-id-' ..f t1 e ravine aome twenty
? fi .;:, t e badger. The herec
u- .st Inatantly began to make prepajatlona to e p
- t,. her. 1-et us ti..t forgel th il Ida lejj
luh in, h.-.s long. Ile beg in "laahlng his
, ,,, aidea with his tail." We aboul l alwaya keep
.. |? mii, i ihe rael thal a h rtger'a tail la
I ..i md one h ill Inchei ln len -tl. and ..f
, ,,|,. ii ? rl ? i ?' re ll night, perhapa, be eon
t for the i ?' .-r to all down <>n while a n
. with a view t., .inkin a B
hurrow, bul it rould never lie utillzed for 1 -
I , ; mntely the two ladl-.*a
,,i ?; .. . ; ,, , , , . revol .? ? wltb them. Poo i
,i?. it,| iH ,t-.i bad .-? "-.-at hia il irk b own
?. We beg ol l ?? rea lei
.. i, ,i er'a four ln h le ca and two
. ,,r fal N',,r is rhe American bad.
i bj ii iture with win - As l ?? idger
. . however, ench lady flred her revolver, or,
hi . I, - two n ?' i
- The bad er fell to the bol o*n
,.i i .? ravine wltb a brobeu Ic . Ki IhlB |,,.i '
. evidently tha mate ol ll_
.,. ., ; rith .. s ? ,? -- lald ba h in m er
-,,:,? i.i'ii, lel ua bear ln mlnd l il
the I....I..-''- ear? an ... r:i;,|,,,t u>
. ? . ti bruahli .- away the hnlr. The
,,, n badger le iped up on Uve k_i ? ? we i eed nol
. ,,ni r.'111111.1 tl,-' rr ....-i "i tlie h id iei s i
eneral bul il and selaed ho!d ol the lady'a
,., i bea .'' pulllflg l.er down Ihe Imnk, alao
[0g the air with us talL W ile tbla b ?
ly, ifter acvera al nl -, iu -?.i
:,,.. the flrai badgei ai il came to l e n ac ie
,,i i ,., fi leml. 'I he badger waa I.'lo_ lo il o. t,
0 riie " liftrd a heavy m k"1 nnd "aenl lt wil .
,il ; ,. i. I,,.-,), her luinda co ,11 command" ao
,;,,,! ,t -, ruah, d upon the ereal I
i the h idger Ut " bre ik from Ita thriekin.
,." ?? t iking away alte motii iful al dre a
[unterial," and to " tuni on Ita i ni o; er." B I
... i .-, and Bnnllj
-,,,. ii.tun itcl monster, with a roar which sbook
ihe evrrlaallng bllla, rolled to the battora of the
,. with a rumbllng aound Uke an approaoblng
eartbquake, where it dled.
We sio-erely bope that the reader 1ms derived
much benefll from theaa few llnea ro bave done
..,,, however, he mual have kept eenatantly ln
tn|m] t',e.(. fe-.v well known and IndUputnble
i;,,.i,; i n.-t, th il li a Kanaat badger doea nol
, ..;,.. ountry like a man-entlng tiger lo i
for human rletlma; Breond, thal he la a imnll
imlnuil rather broader than lie la third, thal
!?. is alwaya fal to the point ol otieslty; rourlli,
tbal hla lega are rery Bhorl i Bfth, thal hli e ra
:in. ,.,, inealcd by his long halr; alxth, thal he haa
,,, winga ar other Byln_ apparatua; and aeventh,
that his tnl is ihorl and Btubby like ;i gweet
potato, rather thaa long and Qexibk Uke a gar
den-bi se. If these few laCtB w.te ke|?l Colil mual I.V
m view, the intelluteiii reader eannot bul have
obtained greal proflt from our artlcle.
The Inaanity which takea tbe form >.f deol i
n boycottagainal ihe World'a lair hu broken <>ui
in a nea form, A reaolutlon haa heen lntroduced
i? the < oloi.ol,. Legialature tbreatening dlre thinga
;,._;,in-t the Falr and ? ilnal Chlcago i.tuae
?? s,'\eniy-nine membera ,.i tba I hicago Board ol
Trade liave petitioned Uie < ongreaa ol tbe I i Ited
Statea ii"' to pass the bill known as the Free
, ,.,,. ,,t/' ln eonaequence thereof, Colorado,
if the reeolut?n is paaaed, arlll nol only re1
bave parl bi l?t in tbe Columbla Expoaition, but
ber cltiaena wlll undertBSe t,. direri their trade
in.iii Chlcago. Th<* author of tlns reaolutlon la
Mr. Fopplng. Mr. Fopping'a aaaoclntes should
allow him :i aaoBopaly of ti'i? folly.
Ilifin.h Davil R. Hill hna 8,'f-nred th<- S.-nator
ihlp, Sniiih M. Weed may eoneola himaell with
tho rresideiicy?of B Soithern coi potatioii.
? ?
11,. hoiet-keepera of this .-ity will be greatly
,,.i, ,-.| by ti..- Oeneral Tenn deetalon thal they
need boI keep ropea ln tbe bedrooma as miuircd
hy th.- law whieh appliea to >.tl,,-r plaoea ln thia
St?te. 'I'lie Boieau of Duildlngi and i1" Fire
Department now tn.-.kc rulea foi the protection
Dl ||... j gueata fro_ Dre aad deeide upon tbe
number ol Bra eaeapea and other uppluneeb. ln
tiu- stiirtevattt Qonae eaae, wbleh ha* hcn befon
the coiirts, llreuieti t?sjitilie.l thut tlie botol was
wcii Bta _ded artth flra_eaeaa, arhtah were bctu-r
means of BBBU__f safety than ropes in tlie btaV
roOB?. F.verv B-diatoaal preeaution may well De
required, but tlie usefulne_ of ropcs has alwa.ys
i.,1 qneaatoned by liotel-keeoci., and guaata
lometimea ol.i to havtag them in their rooma.
The whole matter now remains under the BODtrol
of the ri re Department, wbleh aaay n.^ke any
needed regulation. If rop_ are neeessary the
Clty otliriu!.. can c.mpel the liotel-keciH-rs to pro
vi.le them, but if un:ecps.v.ry otlier means of
MOape Can he lubatitUted. The Flre Department
wiil he held t-. a atriel reaponaibtllty in tbe snper
vision of liie appUanota in tlie hotels Ind nVfe
apartment liouses. _
Senator O'Cotinor stated on Thursday in explaln
Lng lns abaenea when the rote waa taken which
made "Jim" Pieroa Bupariateodent of laauranee
that ba kuew of no "deal" relataBg to the ap
poi'itnient. Thia ?nly I'roves. UB_aB Bltfrenl
rumor at Albany is greatly at, fault. that, fdr.
O'Connor is aot as well Intoraaad rs some of hla
brother Senatora _ ^_
Corporation (oiii.sel Jenks nppears to have seen
thc error ol his ways and to have turned over B
new leaf. Whether or not Mayor Chapln had a
prlvate Interview with hlm nnd eautioned hlm
aa to i.luct becoming a gentleman and a lawyer
tie pubUo arlll probably never know. At all
eventa, on hli laat appearaaoa ln court. Hr.
Jenka'i oonduct wns above reproaeb. He at
tended to buaineaa atrictly, and made lns argu?
ment beforo tba Oeneral Term in an orderly and
logical way. He Indulged In ao lymBaat*- or
pyroteehnlea and nm.le no attetupt. to browheat
?r balldoae. lt probably la aoo mueh to hone
that the BrooUjra Corporation Counae] haa ax
perieneed a aompleai and laattng legeoeratlon,
though it ia greatly to ?>e deairod that, aurb should
prove to he tbe fact. We trust that, this im
poitant water CBBg wlU heneeforth he .ondu.ti d
with aajaal ouurt?y and falrneaa an both _ide?.
Natural gaa haa explodcl agaln in the Weat,
eaoatBg loss ..f liie and damage t<> proparty. 'I bia
meana of Uluminat?a rs iaaxpenatve, aad haa
therefore been popular, but ludangajr hasso often
been ahoam thal Weetera cttlea may at bst bc
licve that it is one of those thinga which are dear
at any pri'-e.
? ?. -
Commi-ioner Gllroy'a policy re.ar.lins. poles
for eleotrlo-llght wirea is aound. His plan Ib
tinit im BUCh post, or pole ahall be erected in
rroni of the entranee ef any dwelling-honae, or
near a strtel eorner upon a Une with a cross
walk, <-r wiM.in ten feet of a atieet-lamp. Ha
,!-., ,,,o|?-c- t,. huve them painted ln auoh a
war that they may he readlly diatlngulahed and
tn plaee tha owner'a Banie wnapiauonaly ob
each pn!e Its bad enough to have the pole-,
ted in our atreeta, anyway. The oondi
tions teggeated by Mr. Gilroy are not unduly
harah. _^_.
Another rietlm i l the elgarette habil lns found
life not worth Uvlug ind I aa bl twn hla bralne out
Incldenta aa thia doubtleaa have a greater
deterreni effect upon imokera of clgaurettea than
any legulatlon wbicb haa been enaoted by any
. si tea li"- lateal attempl t.. cura the
hahlt by law is belng made ln Indlana, where lt
,, p, ,,.,.?. ! t ? exa, I a beavy State licenaa fee from
.. ra ot this form ol tobaeeo.
PER80NAL.
it is now thonghl thal Oaneral c,ime'? rntince cf
!??, master of Boetoo l* not good.
,- i thal Ihe ]>'?<??? arlll go to Mr. Th?ia*. now auper
;',?..',;. ? \ mail* ttere; to ii. t. _oeka_. ar to
eA uayor Hnrt.
. oiumbaa arUl ba iVmorea. by tha OWo elty whieh
r . hla name, artth b bronae -uitue. _aigfl? bj
k ,| j^ru. ; 020,000, -ni. arlta peaieeta.
(tiuid tli:.ty tt i I -
Mi-. Calhoaa, sist-r af OttMBal Caatar, l"-__? a
.?;,?,. to ber dead h8ro-_e_er. ar.d paaaaaaaa
of .1.?ital .?l.irii.terlatl- that dlatlnguUhed
... |a a i.I ih.-". o.nver?tlon_li-t BBd BB
repntaUoa.
!?.. | -.- ott, of Brooklya, wlll addr<*-s MM
l ni et?g Ib HoBlon neai
'?Tho Proa tl 'i. of >|,.utu.ilitv
i
rl*. a itory, perhapa aa ..
the ,.,,( , f , leru ,a the >? nuf*. thal
l, rcmark that he ha
. -ic ll latent?n.
: t Uii I. is BPpH '1 BM* ttle rhillr whieh
Bxi month Ln Waahlng
? ,.,;?- ..:.. '. Kaa urui I_ h i aare ln
lo ._ r ??'? ? tomoaa
, . |ie a i- a greal (Brortta ln _na
bu i.
v ?; ginle. i.l.i a rep rter, who lnte_?rwed
him in llll ? ?- ?? ? aaj tbla week, aa be pa iaed
,!,,, ,,. ?, the rity, .n r..n >? i,, Tulcdo. that be ' ;
Ith Kraall woau rv-uii
iu mii. n benefll io ihla nmnti,.
p ,, %, ..... |__r, ., Venetoeian ttateenuui aad
h .merlcan wrtter, who Im- resIded with W-.
i famlly f.i_rlj a f_r iu N-v Vork, arlll ull
fp|. hii ' ' ? ? iteanar feneanela. Dr.
:. mb -r of n: r.iv . 'abtuett ll I
,, , || ,. , , |, uid a ',.'?? ii" ? M Mln
' im lie w.-ri,- ic Ruparlntended Ihe bnlM
Vcnezuelan rallrondH and a n ignlflcenl hoapltnl.
Durl . the la-- elt-rtoral Pretldentlal rampalgB i>r.
??.;1. nomlnated as a randidate and rama neai
,.;... ti ,:,. He i a --I bi t ..ii.i wanta to att. nd U a
nexi _ca?l ,n of the < ? ?? - rhannb. r?, ?h
,. .| ,f thi m ti tl ? I''- la an entl ualaatla
aud li -- pablUhed bew
.,;.,! i : Pe on ill io l el tegallsm >." ui
whlrh he nn- >ii1 i > the I.Pl? ?l ~: -1 x
ti?. eon Mtutlon and thc p ilitlral m innera ol tha
i .mel ht,. The aanninl ?l '?? . ' ? t*
lieves ?i,uld h.- ! n ml h \ nerUa
, , ,. ,,.i the nl i ue ul , liroi la revoliiliona and tne <ii~
, ;., "pon !,..i"'. ..<?: D U, -t, B I IM ? I
i? ? ?ial . ver ment."
llll IA1.H OF THE n.lY.
Lady Dufferln lell^ ion?e Inter, iting Bnaeootca aboul
i . u( thc lllndi?t. One man. during
au examlnatlon, aaa told lo wrlte an e*_y upoh tht
llo, ,, which he did ln the foll *ln| brlel lenu?:
? n B liorae U a vco noblo Biuinnl, bul i li ? i Ir I ited
i,_.,..., to ii- ?,. tn ithar bad lo wrll ? apon tha
,,,,|..,,?:,.,. between rlchea aud porarty, and ha endrd
i\ layliig: "ln ahort, the "i ii '"an wdtem In erina on
vulvot, while tiu- poor man wiorta ou lllnt."
\n Arab watcMwIlrr who waa In lurkei aurina tbe
lisi um- with Uu ii ?n wani rlng b_hmii at ti.o
: .,, ,f tlie 1. it 11- -I.-: ! - With tWO il ?':!'.- tlllod JllSa Ol
v.ilei. callltlll lillt, -I I ar. COOI vil-i. twn pltatW 8
, iuful." when a round ahol l.oiindlna alonis iniaj-iwa
,?,,. fi,- i , ., .nt . ii ,i t ??? Arab wandcred on altnout
imiialiia, un.! rhanged hla crj to **C?ar, cool water,
four pl , llpl ll." .let.r.
The I'ni-.-ci tv of Helafngfoera. iu Itaalaaa. aaa
pencd it- doora to woaien.
WHEN FATIIKH CAR\ BB T1IF DCCK.
We all looh on arith uniloua eyea,
VVIipi fatlier i arvea. the durL,
And mother almoal ol* ij ? Igha,
Wi., ii I itlier , irvea lha du, k,
Then all o! ua prepsrc t i rise,
And i, 44 our h i- before our eyea,
,\ .| i,. p,. pured I ir iome ainprise,
v, bi ii ?? ul?r . irvei tn ? .i ? ...
He i,r,e - up and graba d f, rk,
\\ || . ei li, rarv. ? duch,
And won'l alloa u iouI t, talk,
intil be'a carv.d the duok.
r: ? (oi k la jubbed Uito tlu aldea,
Aen 84 Hi ? b?ii il thc knlfe h? il_as
W'ni ? even rarefnl person hldea
From rtylng ehlpa of luck.
The pl it?r1 alway aura to -lip
w ii, n fatlier carvaa a datk.
And how it iiiuii.'s Ihe dla?aa tklpl
Potatoea llj aniuek'
The i_ h Bnd i al hn?-?? h ap In sp.ee,
We gel aoni ? . i ??-.>? | ii. our lace,
And Utbcr mutiera Itlndoo naot
When, ,-r be i .uve, a dui k,
We than havt learn, .1 to walh m-ound
'l ne dlnlng ro au and pluck
from ofl ii. 1 ""I b - hs aud walls
..ii, - !,.,,? ? ? duck.
Wh I.- !.,.rowl and blowa and Jawe,
And w< ur ?' kuifc wa full of Haws,
Aml 11; r ? tra al hlm b. ?
1! ? 1 ouldu'l , .'?? xc a ilm |v.
? V. Wi -?!?!. ln Boaton Tranterlpt.
"The Beattle Pele n v*) thal the 1
: laral?r u,.il ln ll*e worM la In ;i hamlat only twelva
j milea from Heattle. The liuge machlnery ol thli ,
mtll oeeuplaa a bal?Iag 103 by 4_ feet, while thert
1- a flre room IHO by "'. fael and a inop 170 b) M
f.s.t. \n army of bbob! 300 bmb ? irh ia Bnd aboal
ih,- ih.11, while aqaada Bl toggBra ioii ln tha araoda a.n.1
,,n lha laajBBi roadt aad bbmag tha nft- aod booata
to I.,- 0 it BgOlBg. Durlim 1.00 |ha iiruduct ol tliis
mill ha* loaded no le.** than 111 voaaela, ona t?s mlU
ra:i but two-thlrtls af tlie time. cieaival np and lo
ti'i.n, it aoa_I larreaaa Ma gruat reg__Baa cut from
300,000 , ,i_v to BOQ400 or 000,000. Tlia only
dICcalty v. .!.!,., 1,.. |g getttng the atgeaaal qim.iitf.ty ol
? 1 lumli'T out of 98* way. Tlmt would no a real
proB?8B. It tali^s iiniuetue wTrarv.-s and sliips alwaya
?t liand to keep surh a mon-ter running.
CtaBaleBli IhB (Bl IhB BaBBo) WMck do yor. admlra
most, Mr. Plungley, I?etaoven or Chopin ?
II" (allghtly pi*rp'.a.\i-<ii?Aw?yoa don't happen to
beve?aw?_*ard - A1..1 yoa wtnk tiio otber age," have
you, Mlaa Oaatat?(Amarleaa t.roccr.
BUhOff Talbot, tlie genlal and popnlar missiona?
pSplaeopal) blabop ..f WynmlBg, irrcntly proaehed ln
m. Peter*8, Phll.t.lelphla, wettrlng over his atinjllee a,
r.sl aeademle liood s-.irh aa I* almoat ur.lveraa'.ly wom
by UM Kncll-h r!<*r<*y. 4\ftcr tlie servlr.. two old
l.dle* h"can lelllng eaeh otli??r how mtirh they Uked
hlm. '? Miit." suid one. "I lilted liim ?o murh mora.
!..-f..ro hr WBBt to Wvomlns; he dldn't wear tliat
rlgkaleaa rrd IhlBg on hl* bat-h then."
?? Oh, mv denr,'' r^nliei h<*r friend. " lie doe?n't reall?
lllte to wear It. ron know. Bai tha Indlana where he
eoaaaa froaa bm_i him weer lt. Thev won't listen to a
man who do'-sn't wear naiidv clothes."
'? I hnve lie.ird and read mnnv pathetlc atorlea." aaia
Benator Hoar recontly, "i.ut oone ..f them ewr awoiip
s nririi *;..) >ympathy as ona whleb Progaasor o?J.
laudcl related the ntlier day. Tha ttatmaat n?1 a
favorite "Jili.il. a litlto il.'iif mate boj WBO l* evrption
ally biiant. Mr, (fallaudel aaked hlm lf he knew tUp
-tniv ol tlttorge Wa*\ Ington nnd tbe rberry tree. with
hi, nlmbk* flnier* tne Uttle one mtt Be .n.i. v.d tiuyi
I 1 proc. -.i 4 I ? repeal i:. Tiie nolaeleea goaUcui*u./ii*
,, -uii, i.-.i untll the boy had Infonned the nrof. *v.r ot
the -i'l-'i' WaahrBBton'* dlscovery of th** mut!!at<*d tr?*e
in-ii of hla .iti.'-t i"i tt." inutll.itor. ? W.'ien uoorge'a
futlier a-lt.'.l Um who haeked hia favnrlt- ehavrf troe.'
df-nalled tln* volceles* < hlid. * r.eorge put his lmtr.net
t-i his left hand
???stop,' ?terrupted the profeaaor. ? Wlier'* do
vou get rotir a.itl.oi-itv for savlnji he took tlie hatohet
in his left hand ' '
,:' \vl;y,' rt"'Pv"idPd the hov. who krew nothlnn ol
innatjl. ' ne neeried hi* i-l_ht Inind to teil hla l?-h?r _
out tl?. troe.' "-iWa-hington star.
MUSIC. '
r' ? DIE (XiETTEKDA-MMERLTaTj.*
The eoncludini* drama of Wasner'n tetmloiry. "The
B?a_eag*a Rln?," w;~ hrouKht forwuad for the flrat
tini" li.i. BBBBBa at tho Met.-op..li~n Opera House la-t
Blght Tho pralurtion ot " I>aa -haaBfBM" havlng
avtdentrr been aban?<wied. but a ainnie one ot Vaiiat
ner's latter-day WOTha now awalta a tlrst repreaetn?
tion, ftiid that. Tltatan und Iaoldo" ia underllne*l for
wiaelt after next. After that the ae?ion wlll l>o
aliandiniig vrhollg la a wlal reprosentntlon of the
B'agr?rlan worfca on tho artlve 11st afl the eompany.
II 1* thus that tlie dlreetora atU'st their convlction tl.at
tho publie uro eaper tor a cliantte to the more carele-i
art of I-ittln f.mposers.
- uie Goetteraaaaaa?eiag" Baa *?"? _-l vteA with
all tlie iiitenw* earnoatness to whlch Ita flitnlllcanee in
tbe N'lbetang hagagj antttlBi it. Th eproee? of aatttng
it do44ii to <<.nvenl.4iit ilitncnstona, whieh la abaolutely
il ii'iilHi- ka-al i-liruma?nees. leaves g at^t BBBl
t.. tii.. Imagtnattoa of those who wisii to soo in it the
logleal oatroaaa of tho tiwdy pwipitatM in tha
,1 ti.e eorry mahaa-lt to whleh re'sort haa
t.n bad oo ; .-? ifetRva-taa atata for tho aoaaiBglag
s.fiie goes v-ry far to4vard conrealing the profound
ctlii.nl Idea whieh Ue-i in Oie deatmettoa of the old noda
?ntf the toaagnra-M of a new erti la tho hlstory of the
world, bnl a* thlBP co the pubhc aaeaaa InrUned to
thlnk thal lulf a toa! I* better H_a no bread.
i:e-t:ti'4- ln thls ro'-.vietlon the audiciiee, (8% ov. r
Bowtog ..i.e. veegiei laal Blghfa lugiaaeBhrtlnn wBh
BTBtttuda Bnd ratiu-laaaa. *_l of the work of Mr.
Betdl and his _Cr_alra, as well as of Herr Oudelius,
ii, -t-ved the plaudlts U-atowed upon lt. The ftaflf
waa a aaperb hcr-^. free from every traee of tho veeal
and hi-timli* in-'lasticlty whleh marred his perlorm
anra- before he entered upon his true e-tate a.s an In
terpr.'t^r of the greater tragle eompositlons of Waener.
He |iiaaanta his ptotnie of glugnM ia a larne fnmie
and sho4vs It la a niultltudo of llRhts and attltudea.
Ha ln- so completely a*slnillatcd it thit,
thouiTh lt must of B-JUaaUy bo the produ.l
./ moat proiot?4 itBtty, the evldc-ire* of premedlUtlon
and ret'.e.'tb.n never obti^ido themselves upon tlio
:...... e of tha ipectaloaa an.l batenera. Frau Mieike
acatn won lhe thaaha aaai ehaHengei the b-B-bMba
ol bm ani-anori lor a aymBBthelle and taBahlfanl ?
pva.it:->n of BraennhUde?a .-.'iara<-ter ln splto of the
_..*t that natmul I1tnlu'!..ns prevont her from equaUlr.R
Madaiii" Lehmanti, Wl?, after tho flr-t Bet, WM worit
10 kO t-rough M_i dr_ma like a r-msinninaT flre. Tne
i.tl^r persoiia eoucerncd In tlw* repraaent?BoB wa?
Juan Luria lOniithen, Emll t-asber itla^en1, Mari.)
Jahm (Gutrnnei, Belma K.a-.-t Wagtrude). J**i)*4le Brv~n
(Wlllgun?s), i.Ti.l Cbarlotte Huhn iKiosslillde>.
CHAMPAOXE8 Al.READY TOO HIGH.
iv tuk TWicr, roN'Tixris to DTOBB?BB Mir.uoif*
alBBg MW il.vvr. TO DBIVK BBBB.
The w>*<4t Aaaarleaa pahBa ata* f..*t aaaaa-g ta th?
eenclaa?n t^iat i-iiamnaaniei are entlrel* loo e*.per_lve,
,- | 11 doea i..f I.!-.*- Ihefll ? hrar that tlie pn.t
Venve CBequot, POBunerg, liper Maidsleek aml prob
thar branda ,- 10 be ra-.-xM fi BO a eaaa, Beaaa ?>;?
Ma'-. h l an.l BOBM on AprU 1. They know t!i?t great
? , bave been made by rhaaipagne pregneera la
1 . __ . and ar- I4-.4HI-.-" tliat agonta ln tUa OOBBttl a:*i
. beeoa-ng rlch. Tha bcoBIb ara ao laaBaanaa ea
ia.tii *i?ii-* of tiie wateas aotarB?at?a??g breaBaga
. et<-., Umit tliey laal more ? tne Iiiitn.-r af <lt?
mwidlng a radnctton thaa <>f aaaaawBalng aa ineroa?.
M11111111 .4 Oo, nii-"d ?-BT vrie.* gg a 88*8 when tha
B>?Inlej blll beeame a law, eoBaaajBBntly the aeenu
,,f that ver* e.v.eilrnt wine will iv.t Joln the
- ...it f..r B le-raiae next month. All th?
branda n...v.-d ap in prlea al the aaaaa tini-.
i.ut. (alllag to mnve hlch enouiTli, are ?>.lni* a ?'ep
. thelr Oetober nrleaa Plper HeMalek eoea
gl7a Bbove tiio BcKlnley ralee, and CUecfBOl _.d
rv gl 50. There hai rx*.'n a BBBerel lni-r-aaae
iu Bnrope, alao, the average, bb sf.n.d i.y charlea F.
being aboal twehre haaea a eaae. F-i^.'i
aicent declaraa thal bla wta* i* ..nex.-cll.-.i. aai tha
reporter whoat?rta * ti.> iraag roana* t<> InveattpBB
ihe chaarpagne aiarkel 1* apl to beeoaaa pretrg Ikat
nii.-iii.v in.m.i. He bbbbI n-.t only aaaapla aaeh braaa.
.,. a aperial lavor t> tha wll| Bgeat, bai tnust aaw
\4i.-ile wtih tho abatruae probtaai of glaeoa?ta t> lha
trade. The liat prke of oae arlae mai bb ISS a eaaa
and of another ol the aune frs4e B*M a eaaa. bai
when one flrm glvea u d.*r..unt ..( 15 per eaal a:.a
the ti--r ?-?-. i..-r rent t<> the '..bU-n. it turaa oat "i*t
,if: ?:? 1.11 tlTern i* no great Alfleien**?
I.ut .11 .1.i.n.i..-.-.-...-.* are too lii?h, notwlthsti-dinz
ahorl cropa. Thai'a the mllk in ti.e r*oeoaaa_ IM
liral tl.i g tln-? agvnU know all tho niillionaires wlll
I ?? drinking beer.
TO 9BBFABB FOR TIIE ORiXT DIXSFR
General 11 eaca Porter, e__?aaa of the Oaaii
IU |uel Commlttee of isao, kaa apgelBteg aa ?
committee of armnircmanta for tha banquei of U8B
t-,. followlng: Joaeph H. Choata, .ie**o gaM|aaWi
.;,.,... ral .'hnil s II. T. C0UI8, B. 1'- BgragBB, I/>?aO
r. Muii.iy, 1.. M. r.r..'-. Oeaeaal lienry w. floegBBj
i \itiiiiii'i'e Buah, Oeneral l-.-ms PttagaraM, J- ?*??v<r
I-,-,. Colonel .1. .'? BeOooh, Blchara ltmler. MgB
Kunia B. Cowtog, ...in llus N. BBaa and Danlel <>.
B?A-aWtlBg for orgaBl.allon will be Held at Ui-* otm
,,( QenenU llorace inwter, No. Ao Wallrt., on Mon?
day, at :: B.
movbb un) thi: num HR
ri-oiu The Itartford Conraat
Ur develand (ln writlng that ietter ubo.it silver)
hj ,|(??. what the plaiitatron prea. im did wbaala
dlverged from ?? 'llglon' Into morala. Ho lu_-thi-owu
a col?laaa over the BBeettB'."
AVvVfll-B iKJCAilOll FOH DIPI.O.MACY.
ho- The WaahlBgloa Poaa.
it la 1,. -h Ume for tbe Hoo. BUl Bbbwb to baga
,.p.'.?,:?*.? ..-i tka dlae-tva apparataa of tlie Ba*
?enrj Wat* 1
OBB OP >!IKUMANS TKAITS.
From Tho Plttabun Chroalela.
a -ull mora al-racterlatle feature of ?hermaa
remaln* 0 be -nphaaliett; ,. reaiure jU??B?a%*J
wilquS And that - ihat he avoi.k-vl, dec 1 ned. re
t?w um........ far.- ol nearly all ^'hf^} ^ _j
a politielan. rne irv.-ta.nu-i
,.11.. 0 bad 00 attraction for hlm.
.-*
TOO MUCH DEADLOCK.
From The BoatOfl A.Ui-ni- 1.
ir tha CoBBectlehl Leglaiatare '^^l^nmTattBtt
to ml .ver lt* quarrel and get dowa t<> patfneaa p??
wu: .-.,?..V, taik iboul -tke Nataaeg state- and b??-a
to ...11 lt ti." cheatiial state.
C..I...M-.1. POBaYTH BBOIH-t-T-B*
lm TBa Bali ... >?? Aaatflaa-,
Itiadonbtf- Ifanj Indian **-?fj!HL_?Ve!l
rn.-blj ii.i.-.ll .1 after f..-- . i.;...'|"';'- ''J "i ^ w
whleh. ?'. <..-:.. ial M.eiinan wtrm
vi.y, 1* iho real alm ol war?*?.
TIIBY WOULD Bl OLAD TO VABM THF. HlB-ft
TOO.
rn.'ii The Chlei go InteaOceaa.
ii,.. -,?ah ka b. ina raUevei -f many ^P}^\?i
?,??.,,, ol the war. Ubby LWa i^W;
BO* tt.-- kouse in wlitoh Lee auiretidei-ed 1? w ~ ~
n.iivcd tu Rlagara Fa_a.

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