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flEFORMS AT CHAUTACQUA.
anSE ADYICE FOll WOMKM FROM WOMEX.
aDDRtSSr.S BT MKS. LIVEP.MORE, OF BOSTONJ
ASD MKS. 1AVINO, OV K VNSA* CCTT?
BISiiOP vixcf.xt BaTMOTXD.
[BY TKLH.RAI-ll rg lur. BBIBCBBaI
Chautauqna, Aug. ".1 ?Thls waa another hu-y d;iv
lor chautau'iuan*. ;md aaaaa r.-i am and eoaklBg aare
tonie of 'he important aabjeeta that were dhanraeed.
Mrs. Mary A. Llvermore. of BoBtOB, t )1?1 B fctagB
btaafBM in the Amnhith.-.itiv thls afaaTBOOB IbBl no
jind ot dreaa reaarm aagbt ta ib/iuubI gaat aaerlfleed
Ihe Wca of beauty, and Mra. Kmnm gtotBg, <>f Kunsai
Clty. tafd a falMalr-ed luullcnco Mii mornlng tbal BO
eaaaaa oagM t<> lateeed ta Bal ?rha <ti<i aot kaaw
bow ta eeak a go,>d ataak Mrs. Uveaaama lartaer
toirt her beaaara that ibag aaght ta toob t>< Baal and
tataaa puaalbla. torOod tata aaad thc woefd baaaBfal
and iiakiBiirl aaatafl wtta beaat]. Iba proaalnai] o I
?ta :i to Bta dfaaa latarm Bwremeal here baa reanitod
t) ara-T niUivp:rsent..tioiis a.d inuoh lhal bt WtO.
Xhe Chantau.iua aaakaa are are e>etaedly agalnal
_.iijiMBg that is aaraoaaaaly. aal do bo! ior aa
ip.tant believc tbal wonu-. ahoahl go ln Ugbt. abOOl
tne aamata. Thc pteeeiit reearm aaoeameai baa 10
gerti onlv wtth aammrVStlta and wMtargaraMBta taat
?Bpada locom MtoB nnd feoaawrdta. beaMb, and not
-Bk aay great ebaaga la tbe oatar dreea. Bmnop
gbmaat leaaaata tbal fhe talbralBg atateeaeal bo
Tmm vory indle-ant .? tae ?%?!*>%???
Baatattoaa that have berii put on jS^S^te*.
and ihe ertraTagant ?^^te?or eSremlata ol any
Chantaeona 1* bo place for eraaBa or ? a
'?Tt,e Pre-a Clnh gave lt, taat reeeptto- ln tV **
parh.ra Bf tne, Atbaaaea?. I? drew .,11 t"^ ?,.
Jor.pl, here. Mta. Marte D.? ?' ""? ^'"'\
Oa-n.^Vomnn-snubm,,.;,, T'J" r ,,,,,,. ,^
Bcia.ed to CHaataal Ct-ata by ' ? ?
?.i,.,ta: 11.......>--? t ? :v11l,,.-b,
rrnmert ln tho AaYBBW of t?rMtian
>r rtiihert De U klatyr, ex-Congrcaeman of AJnon.
Ur. ..linen ?? *- ,..,,,, ghaU \y,. ]m witb our
0WO;2V;V,Mr. ;.-.rv I,v.,,nor, ofBOSton;
DBBgbtaiBl-bl M"'';Vn,..r,rv. >,.,,.! and Hfe
lortaaL" bVlif* XBB. Ward Howe, of Boat m; B P.? m
t L.S.C.r,,ir.dtahleintheHall::n-ei..t?
?etcrana with iborl addreaeea, aonga, ete,. in tae
;:i,S.icatre. Mra. Uaermo* Bddrem wa- Bt pan
aa fob ma :
It, *?nie ?Pwr,ol1,1';' >h(. v.i.'KiMeit between two
afijanj wiM tdatataj^^aa ^V| ? ?Mat .,,
ertiemea. Tbe twe " w? <nonW ?
can nil wttb ?lvll a.d ; / ,,,5,,,,,,, themsolve*.
Tn^o^'o^or^Sl'-V-to w1?,,,. and Bly 20
Chanceiior J. H. Vbieanl md J. H. Hurtanrts ;
ual of Uie c L. 8, ?'?? aal te*norrow from Kew>-Yorb for
i-urr,.^. to ta BOM aare I CStanealtor vin
S.7- tUtli/.-t.ddcr
h^n h^made?ome pathetif farewell renmrka.
h< To 4 .w is Memoital Day and mnny of tho Orand
Armv of tho BepabUe veterans are here toolgbt
ptahop J. R xcwm.iri wiu deUter thc oration.
THE OCKAM OBOVK CAMP-MBBTTSO.
^a^an Orote, Ang. ^l (Speetal).?Tbe tonrtb da
Cir taaaty-aeoond aaaaa] eamp-meeMag of the
aaaaa Aar"***1 ? Bndi tho nmay meettnga ta the fnD
Bt? af aae. tal opa d , Tbe laBgl ?m f r
aatbaataem barertaea toaa uroMWl heagM for aa earty
... of Bta Beettng. Tho Rer. Qe ege l
brMga, of N'ew-Ynrk City. rrc-iohcd fnmi tho w ada ol
'c . ' - .. > d Me." Cbrtot was ro
re <o tab r=irk ^vomal^s faith. ih> ;s aot alwaya
letaom i 11 toaeb. For exsmple the ?;i>eaker
tBed the fa*e of the your.K maa who waatad V
I - to atatte fhe aaeeBon of hia tnberitanco, tbe
;cs and V.to ptaee of rileer, and PBate'a qnestton,
?-w.it is tnitir'" Thoso lacked atneertty, at
Maaae was coid and unrospomdve. Thli woman
wanted aaaatatag. Ood h- alwaya on the akta of
human wants. Bbe had fatta tbal Cbrtal eoeJd h.-nl
her. Falth te enmlpotent Wtta Oed. gatth bwkatoi ?
renunciatlor, ol alll and teafra aad acttoa. We mint
yrofcM Chrlsi. |oM aag t'r.t rennaeiaUon emark.
of a lo?? of llbertv; that He wonM abaorb tbe raee.
Ulr U tlv attarjni 'fl of |<>v-. Thrr ? 1- DOthHlg h III>
wiird or work taat eBBaanaatoea baaHw Bberty. All
elavcry ls to-d*y out?ldc of C&rtettae natlons. To him
who followj Chrlft tho path is not narrow, hnt w'dons
out Into the broadest and !arjr?^t Ifberty.
(Tho ltev. Dr. Thoma^ I.. Poalaofl toUowed with an
e>r^-'t exhortation. Tiii< aftanooo'a lermoti waa de.
Uvered by the Hev. r?r. A. C. Dtaoo, of Brooklyn,
irom tl.e aorda, "kbfcitl aal thnt i ^-nd onto tbea.
?Ye iiiu-t be born agata.' ? ThK aermon wa- followed
by a praver aerrite. Tbe Bev. i>r. IL Urabam, of
Troy, N. Y., preacbed the evenlng termon. Thc
hera to-morrow wBl t..- tae Bev. I>r. Lncler <.
(iirk, of New- Yortt; the Bev. Rtephen Merrltt, ol Xcw
>ork, and the Bev. J. m. Meeker, af Troy,
eAO.\SSIZ DAY" AT THB 8BASIDE ASSEMBLY.
Aaaa by iba Bea, M. .'.. Aag. ^i (gpeeud).?Tbe Baa.
A. Armstrong, of tbla ptace, tad Um bd enlng Beaotional
ta;erclse9 ln the s.'a*lit?' Aaeembly aadltortam. It wa>
" Aga,ssU day"' here. InrltoUoBi bad beee Mnl onl by
tho Asrscmbiy to all tho ebapten <\ tae '.
ptatfoa of thls >t.it<-. tor tb i ??? lr?-tt
and spend the day bi cott . anS thfenlng
to leeturcs. Boada were fanriahed tboae who wtabed
|o mahc axearatona apon ^h-.rk Blvet Bay and ceUecl
ejiecipiciis <>f rta marine reaetaaton. A reeepBoa waa
baid lu the bioiotiral taboratory, aad thc visitor* aad
their fttaiids eajoyad b BBaiaaeaple axblbtttoa. in thc
altcn.,?m. BBOB Ihe aroands, t iere waa a tneettng, al
Whleh ipeaebee were made by Ur. Qeorg MaeLoabto,
Ihe lenior piodtaanr <>f M I igy ta Prlna l m Colk ..
thc de-i;: of the Ueembly Scbool of Btotogy; tae Ber.
john F. Peter., of AttantJc l Ity, and Profesi r Artaur
B. MlUer, who oeeaptei tbe cbalr ol natnral -
irtjaoaOoUege. PiafeaaorB. I I ? i ',? lOram
niar scbool No. 44, of Br oklyn, gava i abort I
whteh he abowed bow natoral aetaaee conld be
to ehadrea oalj ? ;;i'"'? ^ESSSZL iMii*I
ketnreu ln i apon "Foadl HunUng ln the
Bad lands f Oregon.* An Aaaembly ehapter f?i the
aaaociatlon was organlaed, and a large onmber ol pe*
aoiis Ju.iied lt. _ _
U-THFr.AN BBUNIOB AT IT.N MAli
BaJbtaaore, Aag. -i.-i.uthev.-.::- erowded tal
Har todtay from Marytaod, Pennsylvanta, \
,v.-.t Vb-gtata aad tba Dlatriet ol Cotambta, for
reantoa. it ta eatlaaatad that at i -'
lo.ooo paraoaa are tfcn
PEEtECl PEACB TO KEIGX.
*BB UBAOVkl AMB AfabOCIATIOlf. AJtaUaU'lKG
BASKH.M.f. m;t!.i:i.m i.s.
Bt. Tjomu, a.i?. ^'1.?"Ti... i'..-t io-i.jt. i." aaya: "Al
Tuf?djy'K bmM | at tat -V-J -iHtion ta tata dty it waa
rc?oi\?d by tht aagaatt* to effaet > i mpteaatoi aita tat
L??eue. Tin- Uagae people have been tolktng p
aon e tiiT,- wiu aai a liioj t. a traea kave i ame
from B ataa tae detalta ba ? i oia
promlM- wi;i bi- aaM i: ?. , , B I ?'' ' ''
lt will BMW oa Tu.-sday, aad BMI WaahlngBM wlll 1?' th.
plaee. Baaab aag Yaa da Um agn d tatweea OMmaeJvea
on a r'^i al ta i bat taik her. bat eaeb had t<> get th.
appro>T?i afaa m ? . .,..xt aeek, wkea ta. <?"?
ference 1-* h.-id, it wiii aa kaaam what eaeh Mgaadaa
Uon wlll dernaud s.-id wnu*. eaeh wUl
The coimnttu-e NaaeaaaUag BM i^-'i>ni,. nrid AaaortaUon
ahich w1!I havo tlio work ta aaa
cliasm that now ?. ; ,j The
peraonn-l <4 ?? ?rhlch wfll eaaatat
eaeh aasfjcmrion, 's w*. BeBBaafy baowa, t"it Bta aweb
can be atatcd-('hrl? Von d^r Ahe \% r-t,girman Diid John T.
Bnah, of lallaaapaMa, u a mornMr. n jrv. at dral
deeided to meet ta ataataagtaa, bal tata ha* taaa ?
and 0>e BMtatag win n.,w Bta ataee in aeaaa aeatn
owttiff to the fact Baa Ba aagaata. aadre ta ia taett
work a,?cretly. Th" Waatam AaaadaBoa alS ta tafl <eit
of ttie aaafaraaee eaui ly. it a ataud Bmt pea.
onee morr rein'n Wttbia .i w^.-k.
Ualtnaore, Aag. tl??Mlaagw Ilariiio, ,j ihe llaltlmor.
ta\m, la eaaal Myari <,t .-, naarai
aktataa to eiacl a ?? dta Bta fiBgati. atotai l <a'
he, a< on? af th-- BBMigaaef < mbmMI terlcan
a a'U.n, wouil not d ' ? ,j aave
aaMawa aaMeably adtaatod. aaaatt aaaat
De allow.d iirlvlio^rea not areerded tho ,,;?
Amertaaa AaaaatatMa aad .h tr,'
.14 pr.ilchw, Mar.ac r paral. a?yi ho Ii gaitaoflj atataSed,
but thc Amt-rioaii AaMoclatton wlll BetBl play Meoal
BI'.F.AKIN'<; A TK.N -MII.H BOAO HJKiRD. ,
The t*n-miie btapata riwt reewd aaa taaered by ti. j.
Bali, jr., of the Mauliaii ? itordai
o\-t th BBaabata and PtalaJ
af Mr. Hall, |ta Kaaga Caaauy Wbi .1 i,,?,
to Ktart with a arratch inuo ta tii.-lr BilaBBM
Il ord?-r t/> attempt to br.ak th. t ;,.-o:4. 'inis
he arro<..pli.il..d in '.'J n.mito* am! I', s. i.i <\- i, \Uag Ui
rr-ord h.ia ny sunoy BawaaBB, ai ta. BewaTetk Atatatli
kaab, ?1 mlnuwa ?nd 'SA *<*:ond*. by I inlnote and 42
atconda, The o'flciala wcro' Jo-m BMaitaaar, rtaBBBl
4\ a> ftatat aad h\ a. Alelxiak^t; luueuj W. il. jUoUru
and nnd B. Lxnila Jonea, Jud?t's; A. II. Mlles and W. J.
Amrman, *eor*r?.
gOOBBJ OV YACHTS IN MARRLEHRAI) 1IARBOR,
M\rhlehcad. Mn*R., Aug. "l.-A larpe flect of yoehi
ts anthwed her.. to-nlRoT, JhmBantng f<>r the Fiistent
Yaeht t'lub crulse, whlrli begln* to-ffibrrow. Anmng
tjho most n?to>i ynrhts of h* flpr, ar0. gehoooera
soo. IV\, F?rtumi, Aniprlea. Alt-uni; slonps lltiron.
ClndPi-ella and Llrta, af New-York | MjettlJ nnd Tln-1
nin.T^ A mpetliiR was held at ihe rliib-houee ti-nlajit.
TlK. harbor preaantB ? bonutlful pleture, more than 100
yaeht* brlnc here: all of tham brlllluntly Uliimlnated.
llundreds ,>f peoplo vlottcd the secne from tho head
land*. To-morrow the Lorlnthlun Yacht C.ub wlll
jnl! a swcepstulto race.
BAILROAD IXTERESTS.
A FIOHT OVER 6ALT RATEB.
OOeagO. Aur. Dl.-A flpht has tajohen ont onrnric
tbo roada eenf of Chfeago ewer haM mt-*. lt camc
aUnt throngh Ihe sharp competltlon of the anlt b>
tereata Of the s-ipinaw VBBey tnd Cleveland. both of
artdek bave been tor a long timo atrngajBng to gel
rontrol of the (ra<h. 0f the, Chlragta pnefcera. Fea>
nerly Begfnaw Valtoy enyoyed a ditrcrentiai ofi bhta
tntflie. but for the last tiX montha fho rate hiis been
the aaaae from i>??tii pntatn. in npite ?f this emiaiiza
ti?n, it appenra that TagtnaT sait did not toee'tbe
tooihoed it had ptned na f/htnago, but eoaajBnaed
praottoaHy to aaaamBajbma the hamhmaa,
On Angtm 14 a moetlnp r>f the SBlt rntnmttteo of
the OenBnl Trafne amoiikattaii was held nt Toiedo. and
a pr^posltlon to refraot the rate was eonsldcred. No
Bgreeaaonl waa retirliod and no aetlon tnken. but II
I* now hnown Ihat on the very dnte if tbi* meelln?
Cmveland partie* soM to Chtcngn BnohniaeJmamsMVOOO
barrehi of aalt, and on Angnal 2<\ tha Laha Bnnte rnt
tnfO efnsef a rediired rate on IJiat OOBBmodlty from
Clevehvnd to CMeapo. The new rnto. |s Ji n t-n. or
18 eenta % barrel, a dn.p of 5 ecnts a barreL Al
Uaongh tbe I.nke) Slmro mniplled wlth Ihe lnw ln 1s
antng lt* renoeei tnrlff. lt did nol clve tho nsnal trn
nhyn1 notlee to its unnjidlliiia. and they are aaflaflud
thnt N had pnnlsed Um Clevdand shlppers. prlor
to llio meetlng of Angiist 14, that the rednetlon
wonld be niado. g
Ihe Mlehlgaa Oentral, the Ohlon<ro and Grand Tnink
nnd tho Fllnt and llrne Main,uettc roods have elven
nidl.-e thal thny wlll mnke tho rute from Niglnaw
Voltoy, tolUnc cffoct Aagnat 90.
THF. DALTTMOBB AND dlllO'S POSITTON.
r.altlnurre, A.iit. 21.?When ashod about the rvportK
fnnn Bow-Yeah nnd ihe Waat, eiuirrfne tho Baltlmore
nnd OhlO Kallroad wlth dl?turblng the estalilLshi-d p.x*
st'iuer nilos fnnn the. OMo vnljcy to fiio Atlantie se,v
board, Chariea 0. seuii. the. gnueml paumenger apimt od
tho DaBlmore and Otato, said : ?? Bhal probahly gsve
rl*o to the reamrl Is tho fnrt thnt an exeurslon i*- boinc
ad\tTtb.od by ttie Batttmom nnd Ohlo Pouthwe*t"rn
Itailroad from t'inefnnatl to Atlanfle flty, at a rate Of
;,.? mre f>.r the ronnd frlp. T!k> (.Tie^niKTike nnd cldo
Ims lfoi'ti ronidng atmBar excur*ion* fnin ("molnnatt to
(Hil lidnt Oomfort, nnd tbe Brto has l,ppn runnlnp; tlM-m
lr,:u CInetnfOatI to Chatitai.<|iia Lnh?, Blagara r'alls,
Toronto nnd tho Thousnnd lemndB. Tli" Baltbnore and
ihto Bunthmeatmo, beBovlng that it abooM hnve ti,e
?nme o]ij>,,rinniiii-s for aharing in tho ebeap exeuralon
bnslneaa thal Ita uuaupetltora have tahen, and thorv
belnp n, ipojnilar lion. md for an ttenraton to Um .r,r- ry
u.'t. dectded to nin nn exenralon fron Cbichmati to
vt1:ititi<- i.:v. Ita competttora have do leaeon or Jnal
? raae tor nslng thla aetlon aa a protej t for den nrallzln r
the paasei per ratea ln the Weatem torvitory, nnd II they
II ia only another erldenee <>f the mldanmmer
thal aometlmed BfUlcta bnmnnify when tho
dog-ator l- ln tho aanendant. The Raltlmore and Ohlo
haa no deaire elthcr t.< provohe or cnpa^e In a rate wni
wlth any of it^ neighbora."
CHATBMAB FIRLEY OVBRRCLED.
Chteago, Auc. 81.?Tbe Chleago, Bt Pnnl, Mhrno
apoUa nn.i Omaho nml ln* eacaped the payment of a
flno by appeaOng from i dedalon rceently rendered
by CTiatrman Ftnbiy, ?rf thh Beetern Pa aenger A<s,>
Tho eompany In gaoatton waa aeonaed by
the Chlcago, Mllwanheh nnd Bt Panl of lofng a br her
mre bnalneea by aetlng Ueketa nt mt mtc-. .\ft<-r
? tlo evldenrc Oinlrman Flnley dedded Ihat
Ihe ehnrge was anhVmntty woli-fonnded to warranl
the inlllotlon of the nanal I?eri(ilt>-. An appenl to
arbltratlon hna re^uited In a reanaraal of thts dedalon.
rhe Board of Arbltratlon waa rompoaed of w. f..
Davia, of the C3dcagn atid i/rand Trunk; C 8. Fee,
of the Northern Iln-lfle, and W. I. Whltr.ey, of the
.;;-e.,t Northern.
???
ILUBQIB OBBTBAL F.ARN1NOP.
Chleago, Agg< 8i??The atatomont of tho iiiinoi*
Panlial ttuiiro;.<i for th? aamath ol .iniy ahoma that bha
groaa reedpta trntn trafna were ?i,42.'>,oi4, ncmitis-t
01.Cno,.ViO for the sntne i>erlod last yonr. an InefOBBB
if 9144,424, OpemUng expenaea and buea ninounted
to t'i.i.mi.i-jt, ;m Increaae of $i!io,o:ir,; leavlng nct
eamtng <>f 0aia8>&87, acalnat 9O1T.I0B for Juiv. lfl*.?0.
a deerenae ...f 931,618. lt is ezptalned ln tho Ktato
tnent tlmt fbo operattng onim-iisos inoludc l.-irgo out
la.v^- for ropniri;i(.' damagea .'ii the I>ubiiiiiie nnd Bloos
City Ranrood eon*f-d by iloods l>i tho nclRhborhOod of
cbcroltr* nnd elaewhere ln lowa.
A BBW BAILROAD IN TII^ BLACK ITfLIB.
Omaha, An?. 21 (SperlalV-The butidtnc of another
rallroad tn tho Bmck HiiN wht,-h wlll be Mbatary to
Um Omaha r<>a<l I* now u aKsurcl faet. The rond wlll
to bulld from Hapld (Tty dne WOBI throngh the HIDa
l tanee of thirty mtlee to Myatte, whor* it wffj
?r the 1). and M. Jin-r; fn>in thal potnl
;t \.iii eonUnna'wuat to the enal mtnee of Byomlng,
a dlatanee oi forty tlve mlles. Th<- roni-truetion of
the f-nd wiu bo besrnn on Mooday. The flnf tan nulea
wlll be put ln operafton tnatde of twr, niootha BT11
\ivi T. Coad, of BapM City, i-> pioahtont of tho ootn
m ?., wbleh i? known ,,- tbe Lmkoto, Wyoniing and
Mlaaonrl Blver Ballway Company,
A TlT IN LAKE AXD BAIL RATE&
Boston, Ang. 21.?Tho Boafon ani Albnny hna made
8 0 per ee'it eut ln lake and riU ratea, to ? ? forni to
tho Fitehbur:: and Kew-York nnd Bvw-England torlff.
-?
SENDLhO MlBBtOXABISB TO CBISA.
THE METII0D1ST FlTSCOPAIj C1T0BCB BOT DIS
CODBAOKD BT RECEBT HIOTS Tin
aaRng 10 the IJpr. Dr. I/oonard, the Metbodlal
Eplaeopal Mlaatonary Boetetg, <4 whleh h? l* one of the
meretarlea, ha* n<, thonght oa Bhandonlng ihe iieui of
mlaatonary worh In Chlna. The aodety wlll, dnrlng
the fint w-pok ln .^ptemtipr, aend throe nuaatonartea to
that eenntry. The kpv. .1. it. Hykea, tho i,v.v. 3, \\.
l-onirdon and th<- Bev. i)r. CttTtta arr tho enei who are
to | ?. I^iter in the inonfh a nowly Bgpdnted ml*
rionary wfll be s.-nt out. ile, lt l* thonght, wUI be
the Bev. O. s. Mtner, of rfohanalB
The Bev. Dr. l^ponard denied tl.it any ,rf the mt*
nonarlea aeni ont by thp, aodety boi aaffered tnjnry
in Chlna. The Rev. Mr. PluinbBras, who hi* )nal ro
iiirtied from Chlna, thluks that the F.-eulnr preea la
nmgnlfylng the dlatarbaneea there. Bone of tbe aJleged
ontragea had iK-enr.^ii wu,t\i he left Chlna. Tho Bev.
John Balmy, who 1* tn ehartje of Ihe mi?ifnn at Wuhu,
wbere a rlot took pthee reeeatty, kne aent a i"tter riv
in'p iletatls of the troabhl to Ihe sjirletr. It was d:ited
Mar IO, at \Vu.,n. Ii l? j,, part a* followa :
- For tho ivt woeh we hnve been ln a ^tote of ex
< itenieni on BOeonnt of a rlot afralnst tlie Bonmn Cuth
oiie mlaston. it itarted over a woeh aeo. two <iii
,??-,? nona areal abcat t!i? stit-et* anndnttng the ohil
gren wlth boly water. Thla eeoned them to be ii n*pit
;,v :)?? erowda who had inngiegaatd about them, and
>hl* rp'nlted ln tho nana l#ln? taken to tho pohee
-mti'.f,. The offioer In ehar.ro *?irt them 10 1 plaee
wbere they wnald be aafe untii they eonM i?- r-turned,
M ifipy were, b, the mlsslon. Thi?, dhnmBaJed the
peopto, and on Tueeday, two dav* afterward, they al
taehed Um Boman CnthoBe nnaeton. 1 waa preaenl
when the waUa were polmd gaarn. In -., few monmnta
iir<- inatde of the Ooaapeaom wna iiiiod \<\ the siob, who
belteved the prieata had romaabrnwd oatragea apon the
rhe mob, hheUni aoae gravea where ;
d bnited, oxhiiined tlie t.odie*. expectlng to Bnd
tnaanra bhhlen ln tt,.- aoftna. Belng dlaapp intod,
??ov ranearhod tho balldlnga, deatroylng wbal Umy hv
nonm tor. Before they mt lt, they ad overythlhg
,?.,, i,.ft tbe '<'n\o. thtnhfng of the aafotj of onr
r.vn nbii-o Wo remalned al onr m!*<lon an nlght. bul
?T bn,Lt,imummed a threatenbag aapeet, we went the
M?t ainnuna: m board a hulk lt, the I u ? I r
ev/r-.i ,1 ? tt,,- mob ereated dlatntbanees bnt lt waa
al UM wmd/and onr mlaatoa is. at leaet tor the
''"tm'' .'iidot'v h now rejdelng over the proepect of
belng ont ofdebl by BovembarJ.
_-?-?
Tin BBLAWABB QBABOB AMD WB KATLBOJDS.
Blhnlofton, Doi.. Ang U (ffceetnlV Al the
meeUng </f the Delaware StiU*'. taannge Bl lo b both 1: ?t
, . t tlie exeamttve eonnaBttei waa Bntborland to 000
ttnae tbe flgbl Bgatnaf the nUBeaia for roanced rnton
rv. uitrnatate < uiamladon baat apring aawhled thal tho
rallrooda mnat rodnoe thetr mf ? 99 per eent an traeh.
,,,,1 90 per eent 01. frali, awl tha roada bara not
^_
THI OOLDBBIAB FXl'KF-s
nt tha ftnneylmanbi Balwt** B the fbjttratn r.aniod
",'";?,, tie Worid'e Fatr: is atoo 9rd ln imoular
}',-,; 11 bIa Pa^iaa aleeplng e.-u-*, ,n-,;,s- .??,*.
1 ?kii.ir earTand aommnaar eoaehea; aii v.?i M.iod.
i 1.. vL NewYork every day at 4 0. m. and anflvoa at
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TO thc Edltor of The Trlhnne.
Sr: PaBfka ln CBoeda mar bdrty be dearrlbal ba
boomlnr. Thc Uberala are aaeaaartag ? auaa af eer
rapaofl whiw, waaM make avaa huamur* n..u blaah.
sir Heetor Langealn i.a* been fnr. m t., mtboaihfle pr>
taating his innoeenee. He i< aa 0m ageader.' In
i.-r^ g larfe pereentage of s:r Hagh ABao'i t?
oorrapUon fnnd w?? traeed la bhi aaebet*. bal bo
fnruVr. ft aaa geaerally b Beved that ho retataed at
l-j^t B35AM af it Ba pen mal n?o.
Mr. .to^ph Chapteaa, wbe bav beaa trrtaig ta aabi
admlaatoo ta :ho Ltberal eamp, !* rs.v: bavlng bta ln
ntaga, Aa -ta(e.i in a prertana Htrr. ht* atpertor
virtuc eoBBtata in t | (),? o^nortanltkri
for ptander whtak were ReetoP. Aa Bee
retery of Btate, ba baa littjo rr .,,, pmtn/mwB. Bod
th'-.-. tore ba. beaa deawndlng the i arbtaBo of rafr*
li* iias been wDllng for iome thae t. betray bli <??'?
toacaea ir tae libenl. woaM totmitae kUu taat i
when they cmt.o into po -
The lt.m. .lohn Haggart, tV'tn.-i'lp-Oenoml, ta to
havo nn epportaalty ?<on to eTptaln aome very Blthy
banaaettoaa ta eeoneetton with hk admiBtatvatlen ?f
tho rostofllre Dcpmttm'tit. Laan on M>. Dewdner,
K<"-rrtnTr of th" Interlor. will bo ataed to n*e aad W
ptaln. 11 ta Braat deabaWe tbal the larta. ahoaJd hobl
powor nt.til aii tho departBMBta kaejB beaa b>*eetl
gBBBfl nnd the shnt.ioie--? eorrnpttati tUMOtered. Botb
ing can he pr.lned by a preinatii?e Colbipsc. T'-rv
loyalty h on tilal. Aa I havo nlways itated, lt ta a
diagBBttag f-r.ud. When th? irrcat hodv nf tho <?!
are, fully oonvbioed <liat the erv of toyatty wai dmn'.v
rataed by Um ni|.-ht Renorable Btr John Ahwander
MaedoniloVK. 0. IL. to attrait pabltC ettecuVn whtlc
he nnd hta BaBaagBM plundore<l the Tron?nir\- nnd
aaaaBdered th? reaoareai (1i Cajataa, they wfll rtae av
nnd eraab Teiylam as we cru-hed laaVery, I hope
taat tbe rertea wfll reetet Ihe wfll <.f ti- peopta untfl
ln aaaaeiattofl thev do:.i them a tatal btow, tmo BMre
Utarongh the brraatleattofl uto Itry corrupttoa. tho
erratT wfll be fhe reaettow agatntt Torr Bdmlnlatra>
tton ar.d tho preater tae eootewpi for Torv tnviltr.
The Mae>ionatd Admlnlalratl n can only i.e deeertbed
as reehl::? ln brfbety and eorraptlon, atoeped to the
lips rn pottttahl erlmea agatn l ile- rOBntry, bttae ta lt*
ptadgee, f.itao. to lt. aacred tni?tv aad tatae ta the beel
mtareata of kamanlty. I rcjoleo ?bal it- cmi ta nn.r
and that it?- bae rharaeter i- '.e.mr revealad. Tbe
coritnjst betwetn the Ltberal taojdera and Um Ba. '
canj ts :?? marked aa lhal betweefl Ughi aad dark>
tirsc or Heht. and wr .ne.
Mr. I.aurlor, th" Ltberal !.:ider, ta n Ptnto-man af
wefl o< n poitttotan of Bngutar purlte of Dfe nnd T'".^
po=c, gentta :.'"! r.i'abie, imt tinn tn I.!; determtoatl m
to he rlgbt if tae Begveaa faJl; ^ivorriod by hi^h |irtn
o1ph?. and whlte rts iitrniloss ;? a dove. i<; wlae ba >
t; x rbarmlng oretor and rlr>o arhotar, l. ;
n g:-<-:.f Chrtotinn atateaman and lofty poil kal leader,
lm ul to Canada i"! to hnnamlty. He htoka the trcmen
dons InteBeetml power of ivin-.-.rd r.ia';c. for tbere ta
only one Edward Btake bi '?::n:idn, and :'-nr<* tbe death
of the Hon. OeergeRtrowB ::?> one haa ov.n oppr
him tn BMntal torce nml dtaeemment After Mr.
Btake, Mr. Lanrterfa bow Um moat eommandlng Bgure
ln Canadlan pnblle Hfe. Mr. Btake blthough nn Eog
nab-apeaking Proteatanti won Um e nd ad
mlratlon d the Fressb Catbollca, and Mr. Lanrter,
Prenoh Bomanlft, baa won tbe eonBdenee nnd admlrn
of the Onl .n ? Pr deafanta, noi even exct
tch and [rtab Preabyteriana, dne to bta bi ad
minded and geneToui liberallty, alngtoneaa of purpoae,
ar:>i nnawervlng tatogrity. Mr. Btake, when retiriog
from Um leederahlp ol Um partyl Mleeied Mr. Laurier
as i.'? natoaaoi. and i am rejolred t > know Uat eaeh
rtin retalna thoothcr'i eonflden/e ajid regard.
Tbere b no member of tae preaenl Cabinet Mr.
Lanrter'a equal aa an biteltoetaal polltlcal
Mr. Abbott I a rlevcr, legaJ advlaer, but tor behlnd
Mr. Lanrter as a ^r>-at party leader.
Mr, lloward QBBgpt, leeretary of the Imperial
Fcaierat.on Leagne of Bnglaod, ba. been ln Canada
for aome Ume endeavorlng to Interest people in Im
pertal r>deration. I hoped ho would mcet wiUi ine
eeaa enoagh at letist to exdta Um ?' Inde
pendenee to beattr Uiemaelvea, bnt his mtaatan baa
been a eomptate tallure, Tho taaden In Canada of
thc little band of Imperial Fcdtrntlonlsti aro Mr.
Daiton MeCaiiby, M. i*.. the nltra-Proteatant erank,
and tho <^iiieate.j iModan cockney, Mr. <;. R. Coburn,
M. P., of Toroato, a palr of Bnpaaetk*al twtna.
I obeerved with tagrel taat sir Klchnrd Cariwrlghl
in movlng ii reaoluttoo ta rVhaaaeat faroting aare.
rtrtated reclproetty wlta thls eoontry added a demand
r..r a general rednetton of Ihe tarift oa Importa. The
reaalt waa an iBcreaaed ma]ority tor Um Abbott A<i
mlntairatton. A maiortty of tho, electors of Canada
are flnn'r in favor of tbe poBcy of protecttoo t<? home
Indostrtea. Mr. Btake raeogntaed thu taet dnrlng tae
general electloo eonteat ibf 1887, when be deetared.
BW tata ln tho r;ii.v;i>- to pr^'ent defcat, tbal thfl
Maedonald Admlnlstratton had aoenormonaly lncrcn*ed
tbe obBgatloni of tae eoontry that even if Um LlbcraJi
-.(-re i,.iisi<.<sf.ii bo rcductlon ta the tartfl eonkt be
looked '..r tor many year. t?, come,
6lr Blehard btandered ta makinga demand for
onl rednettofi of tho larlfl tor i mUM reaaoa.
,-ui,? reclprarity, Canada mnat adopl our pt
r.?.-aiiis:, thr worM. \n modlficaUon ol tbe
tarifl ean b tot rmcnl eonatd rcd t-. aeenre
o dty wlrb Canada nntll - i haa been
eferted aad meeta ta December, 1B03. ^lr Blehard
nnai know taat t-> aeenre rerlprodty th*. ).re?oTit tarifl
of Canada moat be ??? '- '^ir ?
at thb tta. ? ,; a rednetton II to boi i.
Indtntrb tae ono featnfa ol Sir John MaedonaM'i
rhl h prerented hia e
ago for his rhameleai betrayal ol the greal tatereata
comroltted to bta ot;-.. it waa Pn teetton lhal def an 1
ln 1878 QrJ m ta blUifnl, nprlght,
Premler taal erer governed Canada, the lion. Alex
ander MeKlnzlo.
XI .? Be ol Uean pa I ? ? '': to tr 1 tb i Ad oJn itr..tl n
ta thls rout U - ti i. i l?7, al I'ast l
moal treal wita Um Pi be taader tor red
, ai l if abe i m .lons for raelpi ?'?' bel ~
i-'..7 mtrrt be ready to adopl the Mr^Clnl
our tatarnal taxaUon. Phe Canadlan rtect'ne
noi bs n laled. 1 he i Iberal .
donu.nd f.u- tarifl tor revenne TOrj or abnndon reel
lt Is '?? ' ? - ?
nartr tn open negoUatiow -ri'h taem for- rreij
trhlto liiey advocate t a ? nJ rednetton of the Cana
dlan tarifl. Blr Rlchi l to aee tt.
iucar and reelprorlty si? propoiinded b; Mr. Btalne ta
peiieetly t nslaten! with th,- (xdlcy oi thr? McKlnloy
,'nr.tr ? ihat the rtablllty and pereiiUiciMe of -mr pro
t'.-tlv? pidiry a tl ed. it is n< forel
ireo traae w Um woolten, mtton or in>n ddilca.
The Llberal lo-.dTs will MI Into the dlu^h if tbey
artempi n hant wlrh the bour.d< md rnn with the
' ii i'.,-\ eoqnrtte with I ? ? r?v ";1 '
?-, ,..n ,,[ ? hlj (..,:,. - - i-s -.- - U defei l
proeltt agltattan nntJl 1807. Rj lhal tlme Mr. Itlalne
\lli havo romplcted liU negolii
ber* to tho. .-Tith and Rmrtlieast ol n?, dl v>l\
SoBd souii. and neariy if nol QBtto aanUOtated Um
If tbe preaent leaderaof Um Llberal part] of Canada
deaire to aeenre for the prednfera ot Cani la .tii tlie
-,- ? of Mr. Blalne's reclprooitj ti diea th-y mnat
oeaee to uttaek Uie pollcy ?,f Pndeetton. n they do
tKrt thry will be dl ptared by the ei.y-tors ..t Caaada
at th.- eartl ??' ?PP Ttni it.. ^_
a di.piti^Ii ln UiU mornlng'a Trtl.uno frTtni < rtt-iwa
annoi,t.',?s the tMlgaatl ?h of tir* Hon. Thomaa
McCreevy, M. P., and thnt Bir John Thomp*
c nverted Mettiodist Ulntater ol JtuUce Jm- ordered nw
trreat Kor whatl be had, whlie .? member
,i ParllanMi , ln vciatton of thr> l Ivll Laa lea
v.- ?i to the ffwernmenl ln tho aame of another and
r -I ,i rental oi glU.OOO a rear. wtien sir John
rhompaon waa j>> .ludio
of the countv be ?????? repn.ita ln Parlla
? nionii.cT.it that tlme aai ? neady y ang towjer,
;. nictiitior of .ii.'iso riioraps m'f- rhureh. .io<!r<- Thomp
mm propoaed to h.^ young rrtend, an ollteer ol hta
rourl ti.ii if he wonld betrat bli party nnd hta ron
-tit.'i.t- t.v r-i.'i.-!'- his Mal li Parltament, and
aeetm his fjudge rhompaon'aj etartlon ln his pli
woaM make hlra Judg ? f >r llfe. rbe . * * i
? ? ??? : and .) din i ii..n,p -?:.. t'.uinti .imlfo, beeamc tno
Hon. John ThorfngErm M. I'. Bln *
-tr John a. Maedonald'a Cabinet, and aoon .ifn-r. Blr
toiin Thompaon . and ihl m ui ha --i -:'-"1
the a-r?--t ..f the Hon. Thomaa Mcfireovy. is u not
..i - ,i i:. i ukl ig ?ln ; or to ??. ?
]., heeplng - Itli the aplrll ol the aeton nnder
r,\ ,??... tle- .,,,t ralllng the kcirte b ?
' FBA.Nt to WAYLAKD GLE5.
Bt oblya, Aag. 1% 1801.
niLUSTRATINU n M'.Nil.K DEPRAYITY.
T n thc K d 110 r 0 1 The T r I li n n o .
Hr: Yonr com I 8. A. i:-." B evi.
tarUned lo :.r..-i.; In ron the itory of Ua two ptrl?
wbo earaped from a Weatebe tor tnaBtatton-a al
wbipp np d be Bfhita i
notbiag of tbta paruentar ea e, yal aa tbere are
utwo ildea ta e*ery itory,' .- ' ai ' J. A. I;.* i ?'",
Uy r,:ui little
Mm .". aBmpaa of tbe ether Ide, Tbe
eblldren wbo dad thetr ww Into rel I . ~<v.'i
bsae, Bmay of taem, d led Ul anthorlty ut
home tind it aebooL They iro fi.iiv detarmtoed to
?/, nnd alwaya teaert ta l'.ir.n in a?M
... ? .t-. soma
i boy of Bfb
?ui oi m bt tai c']y ''
itelligent b ij. aad . ?,. let .?,..'! wefl behavi <i thal
h ? wai '' *?*
\\;.\ . A !.??? . . -? .u Bi
qnently ta hia raoaa, om l ? ratea. Pfkao tata
waa laaaaad Bta aaaptayt gaaal.... ;. <t >iur, bad bba
to run B1B| aijd gu ta ? ffPtolD famliy ln, HaaJbafJBffii.
who would aaanfoy bbn, hp aag ao, Thmo nmotha
a/t'-r an oftlier mH the bOy ba this cllv and mlarned
hlm to Ihe in-dltntlon, A few dryvs nftor a inoniber of
the Jet-Mjy fnaatty rsiled nnd t.'avc tlr fnllowlnp iu
formatlon. Bben the bef p.vnp to thoiri he BBhl hc
ran awa-y bernnaa be wo.-, ao erneOy traamag, For the
Inaat ofhntee he wonld be atrtpped and hent.-n wlth a
, :t-o' ntnmtglh havlnp tark* ln the end* of the lafches,
eatttng his bOdy nnd eeajaffig the b!o?>d f> mn down
hl* bhnha to tti/* ja-ound. iio aronM then I* wnahni
wlth peppor, -ilt ;,rifl vlne^r. He tntd t!il* 'tory In
Mi<-h a Bmple, eober, stnifrhtforwani woy thd theg
iieiie\ed every wnrd of it. < 'no gja/, when aoeae frionds
v. ,-ro Vhtittng tho fam.ir. the l*e,- ivho c.-illpd ln 80 r>
i:e.?rso l,|, nory ,,f cnioltr a-.d vnnr. ' >n benrlng
if, the fn mgj wrrp ?-, Omronghly ind'riant tr.at they
threatened to v1*lt Npit York and hnve th>- in'tltiithw
Invedlgaoarj. A fow <i?y? before the boy waa retarned
to ihe instltntion tho timlly went ,i?;,v for a day'*
rtatt, loehlng up the prineln-tf nv.ni; and leavtng the
boy there. i>n the|r retnrn a* nlpht they fuund that
the boT bad beohen op^n tiie dnora wlth an axe,
atomn jewelrj and other arBelea, and h.-nt ded. Hndr
' ? it he waa back it, the Inatitutlon, tti--v gol out
tho neeeasary papere, took t'r '? ? had
i;im tried and mni to the rVntc Prlaon tor Oiree yeara.
u yoor rorreapondenl wlll -r. :;r,- a phiee a ofBcer
,r traeher in eoaee rcformatory, and apeod Uw
iU nionths there, ho wiu c, e phaeee of
^ outhful depravlty of vu\ch h* never drmtraed.
WMblngton Helghta, Aug. 8, leOi. VER1TA8.
TIIE CABB OF SLIOH ABD'JAOOEBB.
To the Edltor ot The Trlbni.
pir: For nrvoral raaaona the eebtorba! tn yoor bmne
of thi-- monUng, beadad "BBgh nnd Jaggers," la a- r*>
marhahla produrtlon to apjiear tn your rolunin*.
ln the tlr*t jil.iep. tho aermint yoa gtve of tha ahootfng
i r?i>" that neenrred ln Chaeter, fi. <":., betwpen tho
men >iich and Jaggera l* fuii ot nuarepraeenhattona.
grhether theee be a4Tld"tit.il I slmll not piv*umc to
determlne. Thero are sonio snnth Carottatena who
wonld not rfre yon tbe beneflt of a rhrtrltahlp doubt:
bnt a* I am not onp of theaa, and as i am aegaatnted
wlth th" jiartles whooe name* head your artb-le. and
as I know ihe drevnmtnaeaa ont of whleh ihe "iifralr*
(aa I.li'kPns mlffbt have BBJled lt) jrrew. I ask that yoii
wlll pvbBah this. Wlth your rnimorons eoniment im
tho untltnp*s d the namo of "JagKer*" for the edltor
,.f a bBaaperanee paju>r i hnve nothtng to do. tn
fsiot, 1 Bgree wlth yoa Iti UBnldng lt a name rathcr
too BBggeattve of a ?-tuto of metaiety poaohvty de
<cribod aa a :']?**," but as Mr. Jaggeis'a name haa
nothtng to do wltk the mnrtta or demerita of h!< ahoot
ing aeraae, i d<> nd sw> the eppUeabUlty of your far
tetched bceUoueneao,
Fron your verslon of tho nffnlr a Btrangn In onr
eenntry wonM he jus-iitiod in thlnktng thal Sonth
CaroUna is araedlon of onr eommon eonntry to whleh
the iifrht of dvUlantton ha* not y.-t penetrated, a
?!e,i iand where everybody earelea eoneealed
? me, where pofleemon are .';,w and drnnk or "tr
iltt.y who;: ii'-edod, and whero pnbllc OPlnkm Baa.
lalna the bvw'bfvolmr ra everythtng, from petty
I to marder and ebeattng at enrdn Tho trntb
of tt,o naatter l* that we are m>t nearly ao mach ln
poed of enttgbb runenl :>? t ene "f onr Borth ti, Mendo
Unaglne, and a greal fonrnal mlghl eaally flnd as (.-ood
me erlttdmn and fneettoneneea mneh nearer ta me.
Tho tnitn of the Bllgh Jaggera matteT la thla: -? ne
tlme -ttnv it aeema thal Mr. B. Brooks SUfth, n yonn?
r of Cbester, derlared hlmaelf ;. NaOonal Ite
puhllean. Whercnpon Mr. .iiP'.'e.?, tbe editor of i
?? mpcraneo y? n i?<--t?? denouneed rtllrh In an larae ol hla
?it, nnd bcllsr of hla polltteal prlncl
p..^, whleh \\n*. by the way, both nnebarltahle and
cratultonaly lutomperate. Mr. Bllgh ama naturally
Indlgnant. He -"t a enwhlde aml a plstol and In
fllpfed 1....1I-. ? Itti the tornmi upon Mr.
Jarcer*. whlrh v. i* no doubt lllegal, nnd perliap^
arrylng of ihe piatoli lmpn>por alto
Mr. .hiir.-ers retreat. i Into his ofltre and (fot
a putol ih.-.vinr been nnarmed, nol aa you ;ay "from
Rome nnnreoontnble reaeon,' bnl beeau?u the carry
? *led weapona In South ChroUna Is a rnu
denneanor, and no poure raptaln ran glve Ueenaca per
.- iti. and promptlj opened ilre upon Bllgh,
whleh BIli ii m promntlj r tnmed, bdn t, m yon any, a
rery rourteoua pentleman. The chld of the ;
.- m ,: t' i time, i nnimltted the " et i '
.." ol unppoalna Un ' - ' ?
?
. thongh nol ? vi. tly, lii" Mr.
Uidahlpmin Enaj-'s 'trianpikw dnel."
. -::? of thla rtestc " Um
? ? arrested, were I lo rr-i ?d ., i
i itate, i io man tar bomeward attended i.v the
admlrlng plandlt* t thelr fdlow-Pltlacn*, but wiii i,o
:.--:: lll .V.d 1,111 TV WlUl Int-'tlt f, Kill J
aoon aa Mr, BUgh ran gd the bnllet taken ont of his
hi !?? (nol hl? "cowhtoe").
N'ow. Mr. Bdltor, unllke your arth-lo of thla niorn
Ing, th* baa n moral, and it i?? thal we ibouM be very
mneh more carefnl than we are about what we any
? >f i rin r- even South rarollninna and thal we -honid
refleet nnon and profll i -, t'.v (anilllar Usachlnit con
tho mote an l the bcam. J. K. s.
Now York, Ang. B, 1801.
(Tlio !:.-ime seenw to be soareelr trnr*;! onr eor
mpondenfa candle, rinee tbe differenoe between
the f.o-ts aa be rebttea them and aa iliey orlginally
appeared in The Tribnne la mioroaooplo. V7e are
gjad to he told, bowever, thnt the gentiemen were
arreated; any j^rson who triea t,> show tlmt in
tlio lif,ni!s of joumaluta entireiy frrent, tho tjow
hi.le is mlrrlitlor tlian the pon ou^lit to l.e
arreated.?Ed.)
BTJOGB8TIOB9 FOR T1IF. H'l.I.ir BCIIOOIA i
To tbe Edltor of The Tribnne.
>ir: ln an edltortal entitioii "The VnentJofi Wmrkj"
!n tho lr*tio fd Th.,- S'ew-York Trlbune ol Angnd 8 ap
po.ir;-tho following! "The neeeaaity of n lyatem of
edneatton hlch in lt* atandarda, thorongh In lt* prn
reasea, .it^.i readlly open to every yooth, wbatever hi
paiontnge or bla Bnandal reaooreea, it mnat atao be
mpid ta Its movement AM waate of Ume and all re
; be preventod."
The greal mlafortnne wlth thp pnbBe aehool lyatem
m :.( v ', t oi ?? : r ' ? nn overplm of rabjeeta
tn be taughl In an iTi?-i0.i.'i'-nt amonnl "f Ume. it I*
? o -~md rii*li f,,r the toaeher to ca the pro
erammo B ' od day la rloaed the 'i'^1 h"r I*
thoronghry exnamted, montally and phyalenBy, a"d tlM
pupil Uioroughly befogged. Bneb i< tho itate
??i at preaent In Bow Vorb CBy. I
have taUted wlth c"tn. "f Um moal raeecaaful p bMe
?ebool I admra on t'?r anbleet. The rdmln wi al
? the mum?" If we < ? ??rry
ool the programmn." This h aU wmhg. it la hlgh
- d. All th: ? lentlai to lem b In
tbe grammar elaaaea at Um romraon arl.!- la as ' i
' I Brta] dnming, heenuae it is th,- toundabon
-,-. becgnae if heipa the
ehBd to aeojulre eorred phyaleaJ lmi.it*. and li the bed
to pn mote temperance ln ttp> romlng generetlon;
r-idfba. becaaae tho culttvatlon of a
placca tbe ??'." i ? ta eoi 11 I wBh
:?? ? aodet] of every pertod of hlatory";
I ' - a leglble atyle i> eaaenttal ln every
amlk of Bfe; ipeBlrig, beeanse .?'?rrrx-t apeBIng vaatty
alda eorred ipeerti; hlatory of tbe Cnlted statea, bo
ra lae ;. thorongh knowledge <.f onr eountry h abao
tor latetBgenl dUaenaMp; goography,
beeanae lt i* adjanel f< hlatory; adthandfe', beeaoae 11
developa the reaannlng i' wera; nn.ml tilli. nslng sneh
? ? i., - Mttj ? i ?f eontrol, ?bat I
rength of charaeter, ktndne**, Ihe uolden nle,
i, iii, nt moel Importnnt, beeouae -the rUht
developmenl of the moral powers la of
nortance t<> the ehfld than Ihe ednratlon ol Uie intoi
? i ,?? rers." Th* .-:; *iI'ier -i.it ,.f tbe tearher
I be re;,pTlt!on. berou?e "repetlUon N the mother
,rf atndlea." i am aa ardent admlror of tho rommon
K-hooU. Mj wlthln thelr
They ar* the bnlwarka of this greal "
-t;:i. arnrh tbe majorltv of boya are ablo t., sppnd ao
littli- timo ;-t aohool before beeomlng bread wtaners,
.,i] ,irr,?s ghoitld he aednloualy avdded, and Ihorough
neaa lake tho plaee d anperflrlaOty. An earneal
en.;.?a\ ,.r ?',oTilrt hc mnde | . fnit th" boy on lh<- rt^ht
traeh a.s res&rda hta moral, mental and nhyaical w.-n
belng. IneulraOng above all thit;^ -that the only
,uro road 1 ,r n pcnccfnl llfo l!es ln vlrtoav and thal
? ? ble<atna "I a wmid mlnd ln a sonnd body."
? i Torh, Ang, 18, 1891. BIFOBLICAN.
T1IR BAT WTTH TIIF. BA8T BITEB !'.r:inr,E.
To the Bdltor 0 f The Trlbune.
Slr: I doubt If fho publleatlon by irio. pns* of any
rrumber of iior--..nul rnmnriunlrattonf niggeatlng te>
..,-,.t tn tho managemeot d U?e BrWgo, whteh
mi.Jit mdlttate tho eomfnrt even mletj of UM puh
Ile, wlll d.> iniirh toarnrd aeenrlne t',<* deatrcd i
;?. tort, one ta ludtned ta belkrvtag Ihat Ihe Bn,horlUoa
rontrolBng Ihe i rMge take ., ipe? tl pi-lde In defying
u.,. puhfJc nnd ii, tPTiiin;; aii auggcattona d Inaprove
niont with ?eonipii.nt. There waa ? genereJ bopeful
reeling ta the rommmalty when Mr. w.-.^.?t.-,^ '
K,/> head ti Um Baanageeaent ttaal amoe atopa aronM
,,. tahen ta mdUtaUng trnval hy <-.ir over tho | rldgo.
.-..?ch li..i>o* bave nol yet, bowever, been roahaad to
rgrne, Bepeatotty, ta Ihe pad bwo
reara, Um raggraUon bm been nnade Uuonsh The
pribune and other toaunah or Um t- ?
thlng rhoadd be done to reoder mare eaaj and aafe
m on tho >-.vorh end "f tho
I ralled i I ""?" ?
,: . lt i?, be ildea, ImpoadhM lhal tbe I
',?, .(?-; ?? ? ei .? aeen thal thadhuttoa reqal
x, praneal Um paeoingcaa aaa regutred to "antoad"
ttjght) a* Umngb thej -...Tr o Bmny i iUle.
They Jnmp dnwni "taunbla down, anj amj
- r, .j.;,. c ,,f twatri toehaa or moor fro... th* tioor
i'.vpi ?* (ha enr 11 tha aarfhea -rf the Brtdga phnhorm
r kovo aeen peopie ahoawt UB preotrnte ta getltng otr
,,,. , Tr. OBien aanp tha pT--.ire wai p>r aaveral
HBllooa endeavor i i reaeh Bm BrMge
.hout hr.-akit a llmh or inBertog ot*
jnry. Bhj
?
f .nn, wk nt ? "' ?,**
"pnror*. a rnhmd atep, m 8mm; I ?n md wfde i
. hlgh, by amnna of arhtel lha naod anfed hd and
veusg an* ?Wl ?uul(1 a^^' P^ coiulort. *a.'cty und
dtapatek. Bbefc an arrnnrrommt hn? for aome Ume
been ta u^ :i* tl.o iirooklvn ond Whv ta U with
hoi.i bam ;he Rew-Yorh en'd i Maat me pobMe wait
nntll son.o ,poor vlrti/n ta compolled to eue Ihe oor
aorattoe (hnUf a s.m;in?s tataaj), on aecannl ?f tn
}tiri?.?; roceived! Aad wr.uld even tbat atvaken tho
nrldfe aotborttlet ta an appreciaflon ?'f dntf ' Well:
ln thc wot-ls of tho poetlc (?) irtabBMn: ''Thlm ihatta
rlch eaq rtd? ln rh.MfW' and t'.lm that's p.H.r -an- gn
?f ot." And that, ta wbnt the\ nn- d.ung morc nnd
more dntly, hoth rlch and evtor. afd thta aeeounte for
Um p-eat dnipplnu ofl ln iiioiith'.v rveelr.f* i.oticed not
loi.e ?po In The Trtbane. ii. W. \V<X'?I)WARD.
Iirw.klyn. Au?. in, lflwi.
VORF, ruiI.IiLIKK THAX HAD IIEEN* EXPECTED.
T o the Eillti.r o f The TMbunc.
Sir: Wo had often heard ln our Keelndo?l home
among thc hiita of Alkagaay at*mf thc Fre?rr-Air
childron, bat si-arcrly expeetol evcr to jr**e$* aag
of UmBS, they MBBMd ?> f.ir away. Iiut one day an
ageoi raaje and aa ooaeeatad to reeefre baa for t m->
tortofghfi taeaatan?^rttb mnw mtatfvinc. I maat
eonfeaa, f?.r i tm-*riT)ra' fhoy Btlgbf w.vd fo ahaaa th*
cows and -Mrtntari wfth fho t.i.M. l.lll rtaiiiiaelni atea1
preen ;.pplc?, tramplo the flow?r he<ta and In short
keap i amart hand baay ta keopt;ip taem out af d.wteer
aad aaaealaf. i trtci to reaMaabet taat nmnv fBraatM
bad lieod thiaagh iho BteaBBI and MaVBCnted to hope
for fhe t;. st. un.l sn eBBM h) the <|,iy sot for the In
raatoa Bf our towa hy rwrrc than 100 chlldrcn. Tho
trtin \?a? detayed by a taelght wreefc, Tbey aad heen
on the cars the whole nlprht prevlotn, and tt wn?
ntcht .icatn when my tvn l*>y? alk'hted at? my
door, bat, tlrcd nnd amatay aa they were, they etarted
out at one. to priUicr flnwera, clover*, maywe<vta,
l.uttereups and yaiTOW, pllltig fhem Into their little
arlpeacM "to earry home," and as lomt aa fher starcd
thoy kapt aaaaa fnll of Uaaa. Wa hnd ro objecfton
to thetr ptekfog fBieBfl flrnrers nu,\ fj-ey dtd so to
son.e estooi, bal fhev seotned to thtnU tho rtr.tale* and
IBBjannil |aa1 m prctty, an.l perhop?; taey are. It
ta tf'xd for OB, bllndcd by rwftire'a BShBBegJBM
abBBdaoee, to <**> oirr omimrm fleld flwers thronnh
now pvr?. Thon, fhouch tt wna cettinK rtsrk, t.hor
went tn s"d me mtlTc. Tho oow. hnd ta tn mtnd to ross
them for betng strnnftcr*. but tho boya rtldu't hnow
that. They fjar.ed In womler, the smaller one (alx
year<! aM) BBying ho wonldti't drlnk arry inllh when
ire aaa when- it. eaaaa frma. Tbe iieightKax roported
tl.o saiito thlnc of fotno of the childron thoy hnd.
My bay w>on forpot hta prlnrlples and drank perhiin
lils wr-ttrlit licforo he left. And BOM heirau a twrv
weelrs' plrule. rldlnp rm tlie loads of bag md romptBg
In tho mow, feedltiR gr.a?8 to tho "llttlo f?\\^.'' n< they
ealled the raives ho toag a* prws wiu batag eut any
whore noar. rldlnp tho h-H^cs to and from their work,
"hetptag* mo cock up hny; ratriitnir "ballfroga"
Igarden toada), but k.?>-i tatting thom go ..nln. pteklng
\..?,il atrawbeiltea, ra-Tihernes ("eramboirles") and
rnrranta; even a si.tdi.inlr, whero they due with ph'k
and ahovel, nnd a ph^c of ploughed ar.).i"d, whero
they roiil.l ptCk np st.itie*; to thtOW, #m v;klin-d prlvl
ien??. There wa-- only .mo ctoad ln their ^kv. Tho
. .: ? f their hoUday waa eon.ini?. tmc wished f>r a
May of i.hi weeka, tho <ith<T wainted to ?''a'- forerer,
bnt a? tbe day drew near fhoy began ta thjt.h taey
won 1.1 Dke to ?p their motimts and tbere aaa a booh
,.f preaNcd flowen to earnr home an.t a long rtdc to
the rtatlon wltti tho pn\-llo.(re of drlvfnir r<trt of the
i.-iv. ;.h.i they parte?l from us onlte ehocrfully after
all. Thev were mnch more chlldlllte thar. I had sup
iH,-".i waa poaaibto. Tne Sew-Tork boy. I hav,- read
:.i!....f and taeae do n<?t jir-cm to l.eK?nu to tho samo
?peelea. B. B. GILBEBT.
I laeragBi M. Y., Jniy no, iroi.
gTBBBT grtnrB c^iiirr.r BVEDBB.
T o tbe B d 11 o r ot Tho Trlbntie.
.^Ir: V.'hita <;n mnch ta hoing suld from tttue B tlnto
abonl Um itreeta of Wear?York, i am aarprtaed taat no
one h:is eejJed atteatton to Um deptornbta stato into
wbleb tho etreot sipis bave fiiltan. Plnce thc l-itro
ilu.tlon of electrlo llchtlnp many of fhe lamps on
whtah Cormerly tho namea of the stn^t wtto piaocd
have been remoeed. I eonataatly heur pcipio eoa>
pliln thut they cannot Bnd ttielr way ahont In fho
, Ity. In I'.'.rls t!io i.nnic of cvery stn'ot! lane .*?nd aUcy
!s pni fif tho rornor of overy block, atl.l w> anrety
onght not to let Um I'rctiohTr"n b".it us ln ttita. Tho
of the itreet ta ptvcn hi>oti o tin piato, th? tettcn
In whlfo and tho baekgronnd ta of bluo or btoek. it
may not l.c tn,o of Bew-York nty tbal the govern
ment cr.lsts for th^ po.d <rt the jieoplo ; stlll. IhOBOBndl
of our tollow-etBien. twllovo ln that oM>faablotMd
theory of governrnetit, nnd wo who pay the toxes ntid
bear 'ho bardena oucht to baae an oe^nsionai somc
tliliip to aay ahont how we shall spond our own monov.
I fhit.lr, UMrefDre, gbal thc clty government ouglit
to deirote some of lt<; tiuio. attentton a;i<l money to the
work of puttlnn tho itanit?s of th.- str.-.'t.s ln such eon
I and conaplcuou. ptaeea that thev may he s^,.q
and read of all n?en. PBTEB MACQUBZN.
Kew-York, Aag. ib, isni.
CIIIXA AND THF. WORLD'S FAIR.
To tho F, dltor of The Trtbufie.
sir: I BOtlee tho World's Fair (taBBBtaatonata lfl
Furope are mectln? with good aucOBBj In aldlng ex
hlhlts nt Cbtoago, Whv not send comml^lonerR to
Clilna for the ?amo purpo?so. Their exhIMts nt. tho
rptit<.nnial Pafr tn loT.t were n promlnent feature.
. mr tmde vith Chlna preetoa. to fhe Rebclil.in wa^
of aome bnportanea, m maob fo tl.nt thta roaabry
aotned tbe TV-.de Doitar for it nnd thc trada wttb <l.ina
had maeb to do with bafldtag thoee flno ciipptT ablpa
fr..iu 1880 to ifflo. thc flne*t merchnnt mnrlno that
erer tlontrd on the oeean. Ctin thta, tho ho?t Ctoa>
-r ent ln the world, iifTord tn IgBore nnd shitt OBt
a ftrent Batfon wboda Peopta nre hlirhly and nnl
lmlally edueatod, a Nntlon WhOM eoninK-rce bae been
of io mnch importanee lo tbla tonntry and eonbl ta;
mnde ro agafn t If U ta thotuht not bett to- sond eom
mers rnnnot oor Mlnlstor, Mr. taan'ov. ho In
sttiioto.] f, jollfit exblbtta to tho Tolr ln 1803, nM
thereby open tho wn\ for a bctter feellng petween the
Oorornment., nnd a return to the fornior protltablo
commof'nl Interconrae. 6. 1).
Bea Brunawlek, V. J.t Aucr. 10, 1=91.
THE I1ATII AT EAST B1YBB FARK.
To tho Bd 110r 0f The Trlhnn*.
glr! Would you peru.tt n tew rinesof pmfes-t fn yoor
ynhinble Jonrnal agalnat tae ekalng of tho fc-o batb al
r.:i-t i.'.v.t Park, foot of ESIgbty-alxta-at Tho aflegjed
, i that there ta too maeb aewage .it E3ghty
dxthat. The pnrlc runa fn.nt El^ht.y-fi.ur'h--t. to
ct. an.l wn np to tho preaent week
i,:, .-;p,i with fonr batbe?one prlvnfe hata al Blghty
r;,irtp.A!., two piy batba at Blghty aeeeatb and Eirrhty
nlnth rti-i aod .me freo batb; fre ptiv-it.. batb aad two
pay lifh- betng aqnattera on the city's- property. TIio
tre ? bnta waa eloaed to tae great dnanetal beneflt of the
rwo j?:i\' baths. I bope yo i t\ih us^ist n> to open upiln
the free baUi and not ptaee it in front ofaaewer moutb,
it ..li^ht never to bar. been pheed, and *<> drivo
the sqnattcrs from thc city's valuablo properi)', wlwro
they have no rtzhta. FREE BATll.
New-York, Augnat lfi. 1601.
A OtOWlSQ GBERK BROTlIETilWOD.
a meettng of the exeeatlre roannttaee of tho Ataena
Qreek Brotaerbood of Kew-Yorb was held la-?t r.ltrht at
\n. it.". Pearl-at. A dtapatcb from y. Ooondonrto,
pr-'id.rnf of tbe brotberhood, \ms read aimeuneing his
iafe arrlral in Bmyrna. A eoatty and ebmorat) orna
? i .itt.uei, ooatBtalmj the naBMa of the member.
,,f Bta brotaerbood aad th" by tawa aad oooatttattoo,
ha^ been Mtected aa a "ift of greettng to Prtnc
- eorge of Oreeee. It ta ornatneiit?d with elaNirato
.lo?1|:n? ln' siiver, and contatns ln addhion on addrr-^s
aad i dlploma af nMmberablp ta tho Athe:*v. it wlU
be v?.it |o ".o preetoend in Bmyrna, wtio am piaasat it
to tho Ptinee it. paraon.
\ diploiu.i of mr*nt?OT?:f!tp wl!l alvr, be setit to
odftnanc*, tho Metropolltan of Atbana. X. Ooundourta
ti:,s >..-yti Inarrnctetf to hrhiK bnelt v.Mh him * pite^t of
the Oreek l hurcb, wl*o will. <m l,is arri\?kl. take u,<-?*
nrea to organtae a Greek Ohnreb ta thls clty. Sfearly
i?o,ooo i i- been coUeeted from th.- memben ol tae
rbood tor thli i.urj>oae. It Is tho intentton of
the s'jeiety, upon ti?. arrlTal of tbe prleat, to glve ft
,i lertorea tor tbe beneflt of the churoh fnnd.
The aoelety wlll nctt week arply to tle- stato tor a
charter. Thc rirothcrlioo.1 af "New York now numhera
.oa membera.
? ? -
ri ss/iv HERREW* DETAI3ED AT BiXTZMOBB.
Battimora, Aag, U. Mr. Owea, nnited Btotee Oob>
tnta?ioiier of immlgradon, bvday deetded taat baafre
,,f tbe Bfty-one Baaataa Hebrew. .let.ined on tlc
ii bnrg ateamer gtaronla migfct bnd if 'h.-y went
,1 once to their ibaWliiBlbm. Tbbi taarea rlttrty-titno
raere eaaee .>u tbafUaanata and four on tae ABBa Lim
iteamablp Oaaptao. Coaataaatoaar Owea Ikw infomnxi
tata Board of Inunlgrartaa tbal ? ta>;,d of ttjOOQ
wlll t*1 tihe.n ii/r ea-<h Immlcrairt. Therv *ei-tn^ to be
a dtatneBBatton Baaoag Hebrew. in BaHrmora to fur
otab any nioro baada. Ahaady at teaat B100,000
Mcvrlty haa beea gtrea. if tbeee fbrty-taree i>er?ima
?!.d by thc -allti.j day of tho Blavooia, Uiey
all] pave to go baek to Barope.
CLOSIN'O PBICBB Of < Al.IFUKNIA STOCXS.
Saa gtaaetaMi Auir. Pi, 18'.)!.
Ve?tertlay.To-d?y.
Ilulwor
.2.10 2CO
i v fra....d.g tn
Crowo Potal.l.? ]??/;
.wiuld i Curry. 145 j.Su
Hta. v N-rr. ^
M.\-'(^?a . 2.30 2SO
Xuralo .?. .'.)
"i. ilr. 3d.'> 3.7-5
.115 3.05'
s. -M- . .-."> LMO
ftiorru Beirada.. ..Baa 3-0
I'ntan Con.L.aO 2.05
L'tah .ff
feUow jaokrtt....l.ft'. l.-'O
CoBMnoawralta . 'C? ??'?
K?\ad-? Q.ioao .. ..'0 .....
B ? ? - .. .4. -hO
? ?.At 10
)i
l.ivr. BTOCB MABJtBfn -BT lELBOBAaPH.
K, \ \,,. .1. oMm BwalpM tortae aaa
- . h.-ad : to'sl tol *o. K. thua f.r 1 l.S-;'
17.OB0 >.a<l reoaleaed tnr.e.ai..
.; ;go luad, ?f "hich 2.800 u. Nea-Vork: aaa. oa BJ*;
; eloaed alth a flrn, 'ono f-r rooT *?'!-?
KeerlpU for Uie j?t 24 houra, H.^iO lo-ad. toul
torwerti thua far. iO.SCO l.ead : (?r aan.e tln.o ia-.t aeek,
40,'JOQ head,-cwiaigasid thr?ugt, 4.U00 btau, of whljt
3.000 to New-York; on ?ata, 4 .'?n0; n,?rktt opened dull an f
loiror. cloaeo' dnll and weak; heavv gradea. <nrn led. .?? 7 ?
w.5 75; mcdlnm welghta, eorn f.d. *5 70?*"> 75; Yorker.
n<r>4 ta. hMt, carn led. ?.'. .V,n?j V.; a f?e fancy ??
?5 80; V..rKor?. II?M rrvwy ta, fVf, f>>T*'> 60 : )''??. g?? t
to l??t c.rn f>d, .4 24tt*?75; do eomiron aklj.* to ftui,
aaaaa S9. Bheap and l/?mba-It>r<-liito. for the i.a ? I
h?>ir?. 4,apo h?d; txta: for weok ihus Mr, 2<?.2flO lMBd|
(or oamo Mme laat we.k, 11,000 bead; coo?rten?d tarmift.
n.200 ftcad. of wnieh L400 v, New-Yorfc; on aal*, I I >
h?*l; ir.arkot ortonod ?tron??r for I/in.i.v dall *e.<l oft-i- ?
for aheea. H,*#d xfeadv; fatr to food lan.l*. .5 2547.5 .5:
rholco to esrra. WtMfl.O; lair to taat taefp, B4XB41
?4 ?0: e.ilta, ?8d?*3 60.
t'hiraao. An*?. al.?"Tho Kvonln? Joun*' r?l^>H? :
i'81110 iMeoipta, B..VM) ho?d; M.ipn.entv j iioo hoad;
markot llftrt. otoady; fop prlrTB fiTr* nafxo*. -
, . n ri ?'rrr? an ?ii.thera, BJ 2.5*05 15: '1'. ?
fj 1'iJ!^ W; atockora, 4Cl.Vd.8 40; cow* ?i,J helfon,
.1 4o*?:t 4 0. n..*?-Boreipia, 1.1,000 h-ad , ?ht|.mont?
V.OOO t..?a4 ; mark>t falrlr actlro, otowlr; n.ufh a/il
conunon. *l '.'.'.?.? 75; paeker* aod inta<>.l. *i;'0/r*5 26i
prtme hoavr and hutol.t* weieiii*. *.". ;.ri.H
Iirht B5 70ea5M. Sheep?BeretpWi -trco; ?iiirer.?nto(
iVk); alow, lower: \Vo?tern\ Mn.'xMi Id; mlvd, <3J?
?(.115; mlxcd, Bg BBBiBe BB | iamlm, ?2 70<(?*> 50.
THE STAll; 0/ TliADB.
Bal'tmoro, Auff. 21.-Flo.ir aetlvo. unohar.Bot; r<-<- ' ,
Oi?'..-?' bbla; m,lpine,it?, _'1..514 bblaj aalr*. 3,050 I
Whoat-Soutbrrn otron? ; I'ultr. .1 00.1.1 H; U (I
ol oi.J.j 15- So. 2 .o.i. unaettlcd: - i ?
-ri,.*-.yr *1 l2Saei 18; Oetober. .1 i-'-.<?*i la-'a; u ?
ro:nbfr, +1 14V iMBtner Bo. - '''"J , f > '."''?> '
eeipta 'J09 788 Imah; .ahlb.nent*. ,'l-j.i,.) ,
1 912,807 bunb ? eeJea, .'!"...ooo hu*b. Curn-Bo.
whltA anK C?171e; yollow utronsr. 74J7V i.nv-:
.,1 Auguai, 74'- aek?d; Setitember, 7:t. ; re.
7 015 bu?h| rt?ck. 71,477 ta^h. "it. ftrmei STo. 2 l
\Vo?tom, nrw, io<Tik, Bo.-2 mlxed \No?t*rn, ncw, . ?
3*c; reeotpoi, 3,<ioo beab; itoak, JtA?Md boah. By. i
aottW; Bo. 9, . M r aipta, 0.500 boah: atoek, ?! l:
bu?h. II?r *t.>afly. C" ..I to rholeo Uiw.thy. i J
firaln frelehta. <t?n i?,t flrm. un.-lia.-C'-d. Cottm IwaM
mntdUnr ?;tr. ProvlaMM .larnifd. ?'.IM i.m;
ovatnerv. fan.-y. 83.; do fa.r to eholec, l),..o.-; .o .
. nr., ;f*lflo : i?dlo, faney, l*dl?e; so.?1 to cholo.. 1 ' >
I4? atare paeked, llrtlBc. Ejrp afaMdr, l?e. (a.ifr ?
aatat; Bta earaeaa, toir, tfej No 7. i.e. aTajrarjm-i
oaehMged.
Ttnffilo, Au?. gl TThtat Tr 1 h.ird nn?otfled ; ?
|..t wao d.impo.1 Sn fho mark.-t by a ranadian owuor au l
?..id Bt .1 l-Vfi 19: u.oeo baab Bo ? '>1r,u,1".n,u*?,.'tv }*
.1 ia, eioMnc at .1 in?2: Bo 1 Bertaara. Bt 1 taja wb
ter wh.at dnll: Nft 2 rod. .109: No 1 whlte, .1 oa aake. j
Corn amady; ^.?u demand: i:t eara .No *- y*,I;,w^ivt ? ?
?t .1 on traek. I-'hmr flrni. faJr trade; t .?-' n " ng, B.5 ? >
,;?:.*>; do wintfr, *4 l..)<f*5 2-V MIIl f-. J "teady .
rr?ra? wlnter hran. .15 75^*1.1; do apri.r*. .1 . : >i*\ ? ?
ranal freignw ata-ady : wh^at. I4:?c; '-on,. -t .-? ry, a > l
to NTw.Vork. BarolpU Klour, J7..a? I.I.U; ?h.-a .
44H.rwXi bush, rye. so.ooo bnsh. SMpmonta ny <-.;.a. -
tviiut L'OI.OOO Duah; rye, lO,gOO; by rail: Pjoar. ?L< I
bbtaj wneat, 210,000 luah; eorn, 2S,000 baab| oa'. ,
1IX),000 bil.'tl.
fklttagTi Au?. 21.-Tho leadlna; futuroa ranj-d as fo .
towa:
WlIF.AT, BO. 2.
0;.oiiinc Hlaaeat, Loweat. Clwtn;^
A?g?,t .- tn; BI07 iita". *i "i ?.v
Beptember.lOt^wl^-N \<Jh JM
OOBW, NO. 2
aogaatr. ?& jl, cf'\> r" l".
Soptomber .OO^tfO^Ja O.Ja U; * , "; -
Oetober .0.1 u.,jh>. oj'j ni'? cj
OATS, XO. 2.
Beaaat .". B% :<" 8l'* 51 *1
Septembor .K njA ?2> iiaj PlV
May.S5a4aaaa ta*} ??. *? a
MB8B POBK, PF.a BBEa
Bentember. lOgf i<i 40 ^\~^ \
Octobei . 10 17% 10 W 10 W
January. 1312^3 n l-'h? 13TI 127d
LABD. 1T.R 100 tn.
geptember_HT.... o^Hi 0 ft2'a deg d57?j
? . 0 75 675 0?B?a I
Janaarjr . 707b 7074; 702*. 7u>
BMOUT niBS, TKB 100 Tf).
Septembor . 99Vt fi ,;-La r' ''"? f\
. 0 77^ 0 77 ? B <0
Jauuary . 687<a 0B7S 0.5 (. , . ?
Oa?h anouttona wero aa f..llow*. Kloor itoady ?a'( i?i ?
-hantod. No. 2 ,i,rii<? wheat, *l 04-<,*l Ol1-.- : No. J s,? .
wheat, 07?08e; No 2 ro?i. fl 04j*i 04l.- ; SC.. -
OdV; No. -i ?->?- 81a?i No- - "hito. ;<i'...i.).>??; ho. 1.
wiiite j.).J?a'-c; No -' rvc, 95c; No. j ban?y, iv>' ;
V i .' f . ', , ISeege; NO, 1 t. 9. b.. t.*rr -..>.- : N |.
daxaeed, ^l OT1*. i.r.m- tlmothy aeed, .1 '-;.<t1 23
l,.irlfc i,-r l.hl. ?l6 in; lapl, j.-r 100 lh, +0 53?l I ?.
rtba -M1^ !'"?- ??'^'- ahouldrra. boxad, 99 a) *
ahort elear adea, bozed, ?i ZSCBl 50, whuk. .
dlatlllorn' IBdahei gOOtta, pcr g.l, .1 ld.
Arttclea Korolntfl. Shlpmont .
Klour hl.ls.-.. I""'"
Whoat, b.nh . 253,000 044 .
h .ih . 253 i" .? :?
W l.us.,. 240,000 141,0 J
r.'o bu?h ... 1 LO ??
Barfer. buah . h^"? -'?? J,
On tho I'rotluce Exchaage 10-day tho buit,. r markrt ?. ?'
-1. Bgga, ttaise.
Ctnnlnnatl, Aug. kl.?Plaar aa.agar. wix-at flrm -?? ?
?troorr; *t- 8 red, Bt BI: 1 ? l -"?" \ I !;
,,..,??, 20,000 boah. . i-, Drm; Ko. J ndxed,
tlrm; No, 2 mlxed, H'J'i ?;i-,-:o. Byo nomlnai; Np. i', -
lvrk eaay r .1075. i..irn" dull at I ;
?*nd baeou qulct and unchaiiKed. rt'hlakej inm;
72.) bWs ftalahed gooda on baata *i 18. Butt.v ?
and nrn,. Su^r oi.roi.RO!. Egga borely ttetar at
i-c rjheeae .-tionu and klgber; prbna to ebete. 1
Bat, Otroae.
Mltwaiikeo, Aue. 21.-rio;ir u1.oiu.n20d. Wheat flm t
No. 2 apring 00 baek, eaah, *t<?.t 02: iseptf-iohor, .1 00% 1
No. 1 Rorthern, gl 06. * "rn ea>-y; No. 3 on traek, CMi,.
Bae. Oat. nrm; No. 2 whtto on iraok, :>io. g??<*ri
tlrni; No. 1 Ifl ator^ B4e. l'roii-lons oa?1. r. lotM
hoiitoral?.r *10 20. l.aru.-Septon.W. .0 0. 4- Kcc*l|i a]
-mour. 3,200 iit.i?; irheat taJOO hnsi.. barley, 3,>'>
buah. sh-.j ti.. nt>?? nonr, 13.600 bbla : rheat, BM
Mtnneapotla, Aua. 2t.-otr.jHnB? wore uirrgr to^ia--.;
with uie buik of ne?- wheat, The drn.ani ?<??> i^..r,<l fix, it]
loril mlil-m. I'r)''/- woro soir.e SOe hlaher thiui y.-?*a-r , .-.
niti. eartj aalea Ow hintios.,. New No. 1 NorUtera ao'S
mainly at. *t. ?itti a taa eheta. eaw a fraettou oy. .1
Pfe* No. 2 foM at BeatWaC, und aea* tuid at -iLOl 2 0j
.lOS'a. Keceipta. XM eara: ihlpinonoT 190 .ar
Cloalna prteoA-No. i hari on tr. ik, 91 Oi)>a?? 07a ; No, U
Norti.orn Boatetnber. B7?ae; l)o..-ombor, aiOuk; on an-. ,
VUHiC-J.lO-j'a: No. 2 Northern Ofl traek, :?.>-j ''i*l Wa.
l'oorla Au*. 21-Cnrn a-'livc hlrh. r No. 2, u'.e ; N .
3 Bte: Vo. 1 0.'t?. .mta. ?cUv. hlgher; No. 2 whi? t
<iV*-ii"A2\c\ No. 8 whitA 81"i:<'31Jje. rtjn i.-iu,lii.i .
Whlaker Orm; ?'Imou, .1 18: apinM, BI JO. jBMetpU ->
wb-ai, '1 500 buah; eorn, 2?.H00 buah; oata. 10,000 bu<) ;,
hhlim-.ontai?Wl.oat. SOO hunli ; eorn, 7,200 buah; oat. M
wJSoo buah: rye. 1,100 bush.
m.iiedoipMa, Aug. 21*?Ptaai n.srkot ratad iiru.
n?ht cferlnrs b-it bnyn.' iii)*ratln? .>nly f.,r .i.-tual want .
ltyo tlo.tr ln in.dorate aupply and tlrm at BS f'.r Chol. i
PannaTlvanta. Uh-At aarae) opened very ?tronj( and a. -
vaneed '.nlc und?r hlghet caSea, t,ut taen arere p
lelloM at th^ advanee, and U.e markot ^.iti-e<i"ont: v lo e
1,0 aaelr improvotuont and <-lo?ed >?</>?_:? ;?
? *:,<i aear deltverMa to Cn
Novembor ?i 14<ril u';. <"..riv mart -t dnll, but offe
l'txht *iid' t.rl.04 tirmly hold on bi.Ui apot ...id Kngnt .
l-'uturoa bcrond thl? inonth dootitiod ^#1? ni,ilt.r lo.%er t -'
,?,-. from other graln .-?ntoo?, bat waa aholly nftminal .1
tho abaonoo of any dlapoaltita to trade. SuI.-a, No. :> hii,?
niTcd traek, 77e i No. I l.i*h nlxed ln grata d,>tx.t, .? ,
No 2 n.l.W Augoai, 7BB70C! Bopteniber, 74f76c; Oet ?
ber, 72&73e; Novamber, 70?7le. fMta ^r?r^-ot v. ,?
4tr.u.K ui ?vtnpaO?/ with U10 adrase. In other naln aa -
1 ?"?>'e-ooenlatlon was bullish und"r a godd U?0.ul *?
r.ir expora 11. thla narfcet pno?? <.f opUooa adveaced 1 a
r-,\ bat oSertaga ?oro u^ut and iit..'.'1 alapoatuon to t: .
I oeal earlob. of whtto oah were ln uood demand md u, ?
vaneed 2.-. but ml.W were dull ond had to ba aoM it a
coiie?i?lon of le. Sales?N'o. ;i ni.'ii, H7c : No. 2 1
v- 2 whlte eairly.'Hr; do lat. r, 4"?-; d.. .-hoie., 40< ;
do old. M%|.; old uu?raded whlte, 10. No, % wj. t
Vugnat, 40a'4'.,',; Beptember, ta#40c; Oetober, 10*41. ,
Vovoraber 4la42e. Buttar flrm. but uu .van k
Drtnt eura. 25?r28e Bgg* Brm ai.d bi go. .iMnain. J
rennarlvanta flraU, Vrh&lBo. Bugai l'-*"" ??'? :'?' J *
M ]K.?doro.t. l?-!.)*!^^. gmiii.ia'o.!
1'ot-ito.a ateady at 2IWl80e iht baakat.
oi,aos"d. Becolpoa? Flour, 6,100 bbla, (1
II ik5o buah; eorn. 1.600 buah ; oat. 1
me/itt?Wheat, :..*.,300 buab; earaj 2.S00
buah.
,st. baata, Mo., aag. glo-.Ptaar Br 1, I
unehanged Wheat opened alldly o?c
ui? extrenMly i.otnoh-. i>?c*v.u*t. I1*.
?1071". fol! tQ .lO?1*. ?hot np t- .108
rapldly dr pprd M *I 00%. Th!* ?>-'
bv t!io aiHuncln. BUTOpean maTko
a'ven bullteh natuTe. AB*r U.f
auteVd d..wn. and for nomo ttine rturtua"-!
mratlvoly eontnetod raaga. WhM lower and
I,l\err?iil ?ltl. n.i-r-' -'-'M. .1 \> ?' - ?
a-hen .?r.r::oft? aroakonod, tho erowU fdl u,
nv?t*et?. aud boat It down pattl 2V waa Itat.
raUjr wa? had Mirard tho eloae, but lh
and ftnol aalea w?ro V b?>:ow tc?*^?:-!?>. No.
4! or?.*.l 01; Auguat. Bl OftHBBl <?, eloatng <
nomtoal; September. 4\. ooV-si o-'V ;toalng
Doeembor, BlOa'adalOB, efoMn. Bl06?j Md
'n,?r- ww nothlr,. In thc igMeula.lv. .narHot to tatoro J
Uie io,-ai trsdo heae. it wa* rerr dulL t.av wiu a
?reakening *brBt roarkaa, eon .??.d pff, aad at U
wa* >-,ffi> bolow ;???eor.lv.-. No. 2 eaah
Sepamber, tio'dov elealna aa*j r l: m. ;'i'
oioVina 44V; hnw ?gT?e. rtoalna 131. ^Jata-l
^i*oulatlv fo^ltni ttiat atarwd r?"t*i it , ..t...;,
tnomlng, and *n ad\iwirr ..f V aaj P?H tar S?p
doiivor? but afwrMar.1-. the markot tWaja. wataj
rBaed 1 ie. Na. 2 eaah. gtaj Auffuat, Sojje^
;-..)% J3o^o
8 B6e.
nralrtr.
it ai*^laea^^twidTra4i"?a "i.'id." -/?>?? t tfa m ?? e
ituttor la MataaMy aod flr.n at 2l?22e for eraaaao ,\
?J1 i-Vis,- frr dtfrv-. Egga, dnll Md owm at
l22ST'iEi V>otun tjo?, .18534140. I'reviaiona
*?Hi d.n i;.rk ewger tZ*. taao. nry r.i
1000 >..i.h ShlnmeaU?Flour, ..ono DWa, wi,..t, j. 4
nivr?bM.r.;'eon,,Pl.5.000 batai eata, Mtt busb; ri v
1,000 baab._^.__
OOROB BWUUWIt-Bt fWJBOBAPH
Ltaataaal bag. -'? ' P ei.-Cottoi.Tho ,?;,.. et.ttMdap
i.t>erp?wij ??a .nift-io?o. 1 I -te.il. .
?<? No 2 eaah, 81e ; Ausru*t, :.>.',? -
4f' ri,a.ii.? 3o??. Kyo. tlrm : mii,pl a,
liav. duil: tlmothy. ?ld. .14 30; o.w. .10,
?T/*? flri'i ?tojdv and ' -rn MCkee, th,
tsSk Stmff, 1nAK-o...i ,,.,.,. -ai.l ln lo.,-, J
4 MaUaaaat4!^ tt-CttaM eaav; BtaUBBft 7V '
n.tddi ii> IV; "".-I ordinan. 6H nrtand t
?822 ?*H Ineladlng 1.228 B.u
'l,i;5' f-'J" \.'*'and groaa reeointa, 7.U0 baiat; cTi?ir ?
Z.iu 1.471 bata* -a.?-. 1 i-H balta aplnnera, l tni .
Vnrf. li ' " VU?. 21 CottOO atO*
?,. ,'',."..'.i,?. reeatpta, "1 balea; 'mht-h .-oaotwise, i> J
?Ii..a- aalea 03 balea; -t .ek. '..74:
w':,.'rf; .? _V?i ?f..i croaa reeetala, 907 bata.; txpor.
^rt?inlaa l.i'M balea; ?alea. TI9 t?l?e.
vW-a.'rloanv Aug. 2t U<ataa <1'.|ot and ateadr ^ ml'..
iiitn. 7Ve; h.w endfftnf. 7'?e : ^ ordin\ry, 6 .-n*. :
aMaad groaa r.o.-tpta 178 tafta. tneludliM IflOa^erm .
JCt-irt? ta ''f-"1 BrlUtn, 1.021 ba!* ; aalea, 1.500 balo. ;
?t...^k. scoan aatae . ,
\vioui. N-t reeelpM, 3A7S balea; uro^s. 3,?d bae. j
nxi-ort? tr Oreat B-Hai.u l.?21 balea ' ' ' f. A55 bal* |
n?. 1.128 baloa; eoa??wh.o. 3,003 balea; tli?^
?, .M) I ?_
OOi aUJtKBTB.
Ptfatburtr. l'.-nn., Aua. 20. petreleun lower: Battona.
Trauait .rtiti.atot. opened ?t WJe . clo?eU at 03>?e; hit?.
,-,t. 04.- : lo.,-" , _
I'.radfufd, l'.-nn. Aug. 20.-Natlonal Trnn*lt e.|t
opened ? 03',. ; i-loard ?t .Wac; iUijb??t vlfao; ty??V
4fci^?^cleatAiKe,, 11A.00Q bbi?? .

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