Newspaper Page Text
THE TARIFF AND LABOR.
tY_TY PROTF.CTF.D MANTFACTUREBS PAY EDGHE3 WAOIS. THE UISTOUY OF B-RRL RAII.6 TO RF. RFPEATF.D IN THAT OF TIN PLATES. Io the Editor of Tbe Trlbune. Slr: I have been readiti:: your paper durlng ibe ia-; roar. i wonu be plaaaaf aa Baaa Mr. Harr grre Iho toUowlag qaeaUoaa teaae aUaaUoa: Wrat M ibe prices ol . oods made in the l nl.ett state.- Hre not aaaaaeal ty reaaoa el Ihe RmB ua. wtcre do tlic I'nitsMi state* ni-.r.iifH'itaren al iBaaB goods .ei tha BiaoBP lo paj alga arageel OeooaaV?II ereaeetlea awai parpetual blgB wag i to jlawrttag Rlaian. ioaa it aal alao aaaaa pupatnai high prleai 11 ao auaeral j TUinl-VVliy aVuld a duty BTeragiug Irom 40 to ? *) per eent be laid on ,a*li dollar'- worRi ol Uipartoa prodmu whan ou. Rboran raoelva onlj aaaol VI eeata on a,. avarage Xor maaliig'- OoOart warlR of llke j productl , PoartB-Il there anything bui tar.rf law* b? compel ?aiifaii. t. pai lo laker ihe aaeoaat wRRB ihe tarirf aeta Ifeeai l , . ,,.,.. ,._?_ , Pma-Haa ti.ere been a tlme iu the lael 800 > ears who aagea were not iiigher Ib Aaaerka ipor day) taaa ln okl F.i.p.a.d. ?Rere tlic labon.it; popalatloa is so dense aa alaaoal to sha-e tbe ground .' gteth-Wogai belng blgaer bere froaa i*4h to h?o than it. Eaglaee. cu.d .t not bt- Baaartai to hara baaa |MI u- ,.i th. toO t?rlft I i, * ,. .1 a ta-> on piK iron cnliance tbe price , of free augarl U ao . how do.- a aaa oa tbe product ol Jabor laereaae tRa price oi labori Would it not be bot to hav, a high duty gaaaafl oa u.o-e lai.ou-i- wbo oooN in aad Bve b] labori J. E. K1CHOL& Hattonia. Ohio, EH.pt. 15, 1891. Iu aaawer tu U* ":st ,w'' ?RRRJR"" ?' **? Miebola. l woaM *tat<- thal when a new eaterprliBj i_ _* i.e derelopad la ti.*.- I'nited Statea the diiler em-e be8weea tne m ioaa of the Unlted Statea and > of the Oni WarW i? alwaya laaaa into aoooual iu ii_iu_ Ihe ataaaal oi duty to ia? tevied so ar. to ins.irc Ihe c.st.olisliin. of tne industry. Before any Bueh near Induatrj kfl eatabliabed lu this coun- ' ley, gooda ou which the duty -? Unried are. as a rule, briogi g a. .n;?i'ei prioe thaa tlie _ianufaccurara of lha i aite- Statea wwuld e-peot t.. reoeive after their biudneaa l- fuliy eetabliabed here at bome. j That there laay ha ?'" naiBUuderauuidii g. I will take an a_a_Rpk tu Uluatiate exaetly what 1 aieaa. Foi the Jiisi Afteea yeara there baa i>ceii no tin plate | ?M-iBfBfitiirBTl in t..e Uaited Statea The McKiaky bill plaaaa a dutj ot i l>10 eeata p.-i pound on all j tiu plate luaaufaetaied abraad and baported iuto j this eoBBtnr. lha paaaage ol thal bill haa al- i l-raity ladaced ..vei thlrty differeai eoaearaa to v>< into the umnufaot-urinvt "i tia piate ln the . Unite.l Stiibes. iH-.eral of then are aoa* makiug j tin pl-u-. aad a targa auaaber of them are b.nldin? j exteusive plantti tor the purpone 'ot aKtaiUfaeturing tbe BBial pktea from which tia plate is made, and alao iwr the purpoae of m*kiu_ tin piateb. ihe men who are euteri__ upon this baataeSB are Iht fecth- aatiafrM thal they o?n mnke tin plate and pay the lii_rh \va?e? now so aniveiaaJ la thla ooun trj' a'1^ *hO0 sell the _oodfc lor h?* money tlian they have been ?old for iu thia country duriap the past lifV-en yeare. lhey expect to taaptore ma ohinery and Ihua enable them to prodoOB Ha (J.ate much Biore Bhaaaly than it has Ihvii prodiaed abroad. if our people had attempted to stnrt the tin plate laduatri without Bral Mug proteeted by tfus datr, *ha farelga praduoaaa, haaiaa an a<l vanta^e in ebeapaeaB of labor, would at oaee have jiut dawa the price. aud in that wajr would have Btoraated our owo people from B-gaging in the industr.N, predaoly as they dld BO~eral years ago. With ohhi duty, it uwkes no diSereaee how low tin wiute may be plaeed by the for.-igu produoor, in order t>, _et into our markets, ani prevent our ewa Baaaufactutera from BelUaa ti.eir _,"*'<l-s. he will be oouipelled t?. pay tlds duty lir-t whleh ?n-iis plaeed ao hi|_h ?s t?> give our mamiiacturcra an adraatage oaet tliose in the Old World. L'pon examiiiatioii it will he found tJiat tl.e men who vrxiir. in this induMiy iu tiie Cnit/vl Statea are Le iug paid and will l)e p-id nearly twke as inuoh as those who work at the same bnatnaaa abroad. The L'niled iStates oonaumea moie tin plate than all the rest of tlie world OOfllbined. With ihis ad awtaga la Beeariag our mnrket*\ it wlll uive our nianufaotiinm the ability to run ti.eir factorictt Coustantly aud on a vciy large aoale. It will perasit them t? take advantaae of tl.e division of labor whleh m (iic,.i>ens manu factund goodo, ORd ii will aLso enable them Ui bnui_ int-. fuii play Ametioau iiimuiit.v, which always impr.-ves BMMhluery, and aii these thin>;K coiiibined wiii ena'.le them U> make tm pbte for leaa bbodos 'luvn ii _is been beretofore aold t<. the people of thU country, and tliey can Uo this and also p.ty higbei wagea io tlie men enga^red in the work. The protits, though atuall, on a very larKe amount of Baaoufaetared goods make the buamess pros[*rous, when tl.e nuirie price on a small produotiou would not enaMe tbe Baaaa facturer to live at all. Do not BliaU-denstU-d me. The large aumunt of increase iu tlie aupply af tin plate which will be aasured if our tnanufaeturera ahould suo^eed in praduelag even ooe-half af what we oonsume wiii of itseif drive down thc price of tin-plate all over the world. No doubt the peo? ple on tlie other side of the ocean will also take advoutttge of aii in.prove_icutti in u.a.l.incry, aud they wiii, no doubt, reduce the priee in rValea aa iaat as it iti reduced over here. Witii tJi.-ir cheap l?bor they may keep tl.e prioe for many yeare lower over there than it will be at the iwuc time over here. But the real qi.ef.tiou ia, where would the price *f tin-plate have beea had we not built up the industry iu this oouBtry, had Tre not iucreaaed the pupply over here, had we not improved Uie niaokinery in the L'nited bt_tes and bad we left the uiarkrta for tl.at arlicle under the sole eontrol of foreigu produoers. All other steel and iron irood* in the Lnited States for the laet ttfteen yeara have beeu getling oJu-aper imd cheaper; tin-plate, which is nearly all iron or tteel, ha* not been as cheapened. The safeat way to decide about the future _< to be guidtd by tlie e_periene4'S of the pa*t. Just so long aa the tnritt is high enougk to cover the difference be? tween wii4.ee her* aud iu the Old World, with enough more added to it to give our own maiiu facturere eontrol of our BaarbeU, it will always carry with it something with which to pay the kigher wages in thla country. I predict pre.-u*ely the same histoiy for the tin-plate iudustry that hus been fumished by the pgBCl rail industry. Our workmen have con Btiiritly receivrd uearly twioe the amouul of wages paid for similar work in the old country, aud yet steel rails have been reduced m piiee fn.tu $160 a ton down to ^.'.o a u>n here in the L'uited States, and ira make all we u_c. The pric*' in Kn?l:..ri<J i.a- alao been aetting cheap. Br aud cheaper, at.d thc tarilT of $11 BO on each ton atill enabies our p<-op!e to pay Iiigher waxe* than they do over theie, and yet to eontrol our mar? kets. Wll! the writer of this letter pleaw make a not* right now?and prem-rve it. Get r.e aTatage price ot tin plate in the I'nited Stati-s for tl.e last lifteen years, or for the l;_?l live y.-urs. kfake a minute 8l il for lefetORea hereafter. ThoB ascertaiu tl.e price paid men who work in lac tories paoflonlog tin plate in the Old World, and then the price paid for those WOrR-Bg in the BRBBB factoriee in the l'nited Shites, and then \vutcii the prioe on tiu v'ate atter we have had, say, one years time to get our (BOWrka compl.-ted aml ln motion. N?w then, if it shall turn out lhal our men (-(iiMantiy reeaiva aearly doubla the wages Ihoy iret, on the othet llde "I the oceun, aad if it shall turn out thal iiu plute is reduoad in price, BB that our people, wbo eonaanie .', pur chase it for leas money than they have l.ecn p..\ ing for it for _e~cra] yean pasi, durlag ihe ttaae when v?-e Ju.ve BMda none la thla country, wlll ti.ere !?<? BBythlBg to theori/.e aboBt afier tl.at:' Wont ihaae taeta, if they ahaii e.xkst, Bettle 'l.i- eatire eotftraTeagy ? !'?<? riaely lhal leaaJl has beOO r.-a. he.l with BBOtC than forty ir.ii.slrie-. that can ls- name.i hrre iu the I'niie i -t.tes aithia the laal thlrty yean. If tl.e facta Bhall Bura out lhal way, what i- the use of aaking how n can b doaa ar wiiy it is done'-* lf b) levyin;: a tarlfl duty ou oaan ured _oodi. la tne L.'iile.i h>'at.? we succeed iu baildiaf up On ind.utry ln this country; if wa also actually pny better wagaa nll Ihe while tbun tlicy pa| in the tountrira of the Old World. where they aradaoa sinniar geeda, and if thr goaaa Bl? invariably sold to the ultimnte ennsumers for less money than they paid bef-tO we cstabltshod the industry: and then, more than thut. if all thia liesaUfl ln keep-ng in tl.e Dnlted Btatea n larne i air.uunt of money which would othrrwise ln- sent. lahroed, wlBrt more deea aaj obb waat 10 know j abaat Itf How it is done 01 why it Ifl done ia of Vtry slight importanc , if it actually I*? done. ! Ever since the pnssage "f th" Me.Kinley hill I ' have been trying i<> gel BMM I'ree-Trader to agreo ti. miopt thi- teM OB tin-piate, ah ;i test, and let ! the rosult settle thc qDCBttoa. L'p to date I have I yet t-o tuid a B-Bfk nniii who l.us dared acoept the prepoeUion. ln ansv.er to the third (piestion, I have to say tlmt a dnty of 40 to (lo per cent has never been levied an geoda when our laberiag men reeeive only 17 per eenl. of the dnty lcicd. That- is sim'plv B falschool which h.i* l>een reiterated by I i,o Fiee-Tradcra of tht Ualtad States until some people helieve it. They not nt thia prcton.led re? sult without taking into aceount the aetual lahor that enters iuto all manufact.iired articlrs. There is hardly an artice to-day in use aaaOBg the people ..f the (Jaited States of wlii'h over M per cent is not labor. insteed of 17 per cent. What Froc Tradera oall law tuatcrial is mostly labor. Iu aiiMver to your fourth question, there is BOthlnf in the laWB of any nation that can c.om pel iiianufac.iircrs to pay any tfiven amount foi .vn^es. The price of work is govrnud in nll !y the l..w of snpply and demand and by lan-anding ooadltloaa, and it makes no difierence whether you are in a free-trade country or a pro t.'.-'.ii.n country, just the wa-.es paid are never detenalned by law. We have in fhe United Btal m such a eondition of labor that wages ranjtc nearly twice as hlffh in this country afl they do abroad. That eondition heinK onoe eslablisi.ed is a* eflectlre, Ladeed, much more ellective thau any legisl.tt:o:i could make it. In answer to your filth (jiie.tion, I have not Ihe tahlCB by me in order to look up anything so far back as tOO years. I have no doubt that f..: a long time durlag the enrly days ot our OOloBia] exiatcaoe wagea were lowcr in thia ooaatry thau they were abroad. At all evente, wlthln my uemory, Ihe wagea of people working iu this country bafe in ail oaaca beaa doabled, in many eaaea they have been trehied, and in a few ca.ses wages are four times what they u_cd t^> be. Iu anMvcr to your sixth question, it is impos sible far me to see just what you mean. If, M you intimate in that question, that a low tariff made wagea hlfhet in this country than in Euk hnd betweed 18.li aud 1880, then why does n-.t tlie free-trade tariff af England, which ls still leaa than the low tariff, make them siill hlfhei ln England? In other words. il you think thal tlie lower tho tariff the hlfber tlie wageh, why dora not free-trade England pay twice as much as we do, instead of our paylng twice a* much as she does ? in answer to your aerenth question, I am ut terly unable to dtBOOTer what you mean by the question. lt mny bc a very wisc one, but il is beyond my depth. As to your last question, I have nlready answered it so many times that it begins lo be ttreaotoe. After we permit laborors t.) come into this ooaatry from the Old World they at once become citizenf. of tl.i_? Repnblie und are entitle.l io tbe adrantagea .>; all Amcricau citizens. Some regnlatlona may he wise whieh ahould prevent the laiiniing of *>o liiucli i|jnoranec and srlBM Ifl tha United States. So long as we pemiit them to land ou our hhores nnd lteoome part and piTTcel of our people, I see no reaeon why we should put any rentrictioius upon them any more thau were piaced ii|>on your anceeton aad inine when they landed in the Ualtad Siaies. I rotad onoe iu Conjrress to prevent the Lngreea of ('hinamen iuio the United StatOB. Thut was an en'.irely dlffeient matter fioiu psawing lawe de priving tliem ot rifhtfl and privi|c_-es after they have been pcrtnitttd to come and livc among us. II tin- tarlfl lawa whleh the Bepahlleaa party have paaaed, and whleh have been in force for the la>t thirty jreara, are such a bardahip oa laborlng people, will Mr". Nichola pleawe cxplain bow it bappena tlmt so muny laborers are con tinnally oomlng from thc oid World Into this country? Why should he even suggest that :i duty bc placed ou labereiB who come over here? II our workinffmen are in such dietress, one would think that a law would 1k- neoeaaacy to keep them in tlie country and _top them from le&viog ii. Vct in all my cone?.pondence I have BOTei yet had n siiiirle man H.i^nest that we otight to liave soma tuetliod of prevent ing people from golag from thia protected eouatry of ours in." the beautifnl, elegant lree-lrade coiintiie^ of the Old World. If the worTvingmen of the Old World are better oll than those who live und work in this tanll-ridden country, why do they not stay there:' Or when they get here and lind out how much worse off they are here than they were abroad, why do they not go back? As a rule people like to better their eondition. If our working i>eoplo aiC so ba lly u.sed, why the ueed of ta.v lowb to keep them out of this country:' B, G. HOfiB. -? DEATTl OF flVTTATE 9XBXB. (.u-tavc Stetn. nnuica! CrtBc of tlie, "Situits Zcitung,'' iTi.-.i Monday ai his nonae, No. ?">.> St, Marli'i Piaoa. llls phy^cian-, Dra. Lalr.er and Jacobl. g?vc up nll liope on isaturdny nipht, wjicu jinciiinonia aud blood poUon liife- Iroai a earbanclc oa Mi left lmnd w.?r<-. farthar oomplleated by inllaiiimatlon of tlie kldncv.-. aii opeiatlon was perfornied on lii* hand on Munday morn ing, tneroly to ense him of paln, as ho wa- a_Ucted wlth InsH-rt f&ilurc, niakliig it OBOferoaa to admlnister aptatoa. Ho Oaelarad tin thc laal few davs that ho liul baea bitUm bv a spidrr, hut l.otli pliv-i'-;aii' - .v posltlvely tlmt dcalh wu- due to piicuin.iuhi, cimipU cated by other allnients, Mr. Btetfl harlng been com plct.ly ran dotvn in henlth. He wa- bOTB in Iiresiau. Prussin, in 1H40, whera hi? lather lieW a OOllege professorship. and he went to sea when he was flftAen yc-,:rs old, Iml rcttirulng two ycn.s altcrward, enfred onflago. arhore hc mado a thorouph stn.lv of niii<-!c. In 18UO Ite came to New Vork and Joit.ed tlie 80th Bew-Yorh Volunleer. in May, 1801. Tii>- regtaaant left the city for Furtreoo Mooroe.a _MotB aftenrard, and Mr. stcin foaght ln nreral battlaa, baaida. acttaa a- wm- correspotident for tl.e "Otaata Settong." in Jane, i^ert, the irfln.ent wa. n.u tered out, aua Mr. .-ten, aorcpted thc pla<-c of nuuicaJ ,-riti.- for ti.-t-.ai- Zaltung," BUlng lt tin im. death. Hc wa- _!.., one oi t *. * - IrrnnOori of the Qarnan Veteran A>aorlatlon, a member of Curtis l'.i.t, (i. A. B., Hlattdi utj-i hc. \'i>ik-f. st vcrcin, aud ?n hon orary member ..f thc Beethoren Maeaaerrhor. Hl. ortfe. mIi'.... ho married in IBtW, two daagbtera and oue s.n: ?t_n ivc hni. 101 AOY.b OVD FEU.OWX ASD OBPMABB. The cornerstone of tlie ucw iii.ihan a?.v)iiin of tho Ganaaa <?dd PaOowa1 n .me ht A_ad *>dd PaUowi and tuphans, at Tnloii I'ori, Wc-KJiesuv (ounty, was laid ou Monday afu-riioni with ujipropriat. ccn monlc. Kuilv :i.(Ha> aaopifl wera in aManaanea. Thc corner -t.H!.. was laid by (irnml Maatpr JmtOh Ste.rn, of Krie ( .mnlv. a Olatad by thc Qrand ofliccrs aad th<? rtienib,'i> of Canlou Kiold Bo. B8 ol Broaklya, (onitiiander Wcii.-. and ais.1 Oaata Qenaaola Ba, 88 of New Voik, Conimander Mafor BfUka, baatdaa trpreACT.tativcs Beaa siiliord-Tiate h^li-'es. Afler Ihd itena had been placed ln poMtion addraaaea aare ffciiverrd by Bago H. HoaaaeB, J. wiiliam Mcyer, ehalr_aaa of tha batU lag iklilBlllBBB. and K. Maehaaar, secretary of th,; roin mitte*. The exerd-M were followed hy the tahitiR up of (xintribiitl'in* ln ai?t of thr boaae, whleh restiited as (ollow.: "rphun A.yhtm \~j>c\hU<)i\ ol Brooklyo, B3.3&0; llitrnionlal Loigo, iU'W. RntenlKuren Lodun, 030. Othat cntfiliui,- - iBBd oearly 8.*.,00t). fBB bIRECTOR TOM THE ITAUAS OPEKA. Auinisto Vlaaeot, who is to be HaBaal diraetac ..f thc eampany at the Metrepelitaa Opera Etoaaa this wlater, amrad bara Bam Bari. Maaia. aa tha pagnr. Me baa beaa dh-.-. tar of th Bari. Oraad Opara iiouw, and iayi thal when ba Baaawd what arUita bad been cngafad for the company ln (A-__rlea be laatgaad his ;,'ii"- la ruris ut aaoa and aeewptod Mr. Ahbey'a flaTar ?>f tha Minii.r plaea hen>, and hc was morearer proa i U> do ao. Tha BMmbaia of tba eampaay wU ba here in a _harl Bme. Th Qaacagne, whlob ls due on sund.iy. WlB brlag Mnic. ivtti_ia:,l, m. Loih. Mll-. Jaaa ia Vlgaa, CHa-dal Ortlaal, >i(rn?.r Vaxuii, MaK'inl <'<il-Ul. M. MaHaBoata, slirnor C-a-OOW, Blgaar ('anien., .lulc.s vinriie. .s|r'nor BarbaBnl, Lodavteo viviatti, Bicnor Vaarhattl, signor Praaetdl, Loah CaiioCor-C M. Craekloa and Mme. Hetmolraff-I. Otben wlll aall ou vuriou. t,teamcn> wlthln a few woelu. THE OHIO CAMPAIGN. IiEPUBUCAN^ CONFIDKXT OF VICTORY. | LF.ADINV. poiJTICIA.NS RIYR THF.IR RRABORB FOR FJCFF.CTINC. k-OCRRS. nmlial frl To.-_ewiinB aaaaaaleaaa ?hmughont , oMo are coaOdool of vletori ne_l aaoeth. te-Cou neaaaaaa MeJviUe U. lioottaaaa, ol Bryaa, who na* ! represented Ibe Vlth Matrlet In Ooogreai tor 1 lema, paadleta BepobUcaa aaeeeaa l.y al teaal 18,000 plurallty. Haaaya: -la?y Jndgaaeal Maj,. m. k... ley and tl.e cnlire K'pnbli. :." U-'k-l wlll be el.-.-l. BBd 1 BBttaaaaa aaa PBuelty floaaenrattvely at not b than 1H.000. Mv rca-on- brb-fly are the-e: Major M.KInlcv 1- v.-rv popular ln the sUte will. men of all part,,-. Tbal ne wlU pv,- .,- a aaa*, rtroog aueleee I nomlcal Bdailnlatratl B of Blala attalrs. If eler.cl. ta tbe gncrai fecli.ip aii.ong tbe rotgre. Hla opponenl undoub.ediv wlU be ...t to a greal azteal la immiiton County, and Democrat* oulaMo of HaaRR m Couaty arc i? a stat.- af apathy. Taera R bo gaaaUea bal lhal Ihe cnaspeefl adn.mntrati.- laata aflah- bai beea ?,..-, axtravaganl and Ineffl.lent. The Btaet wa- ..my .nd fr.u.i lattlag its ohlgettoaa go t.i preteet by tbe dirert ta\ refunded b] a BepubUeaa Coagraas, ao greal aad baaa Um wmMbI approfrtattoua od a Democea*ie ,; A-cinblr. Taera ll a RORBg nnioiig Ibno .bt ra] laapayara, Deaaeerala aa aaU aa RepubUeaai, taai M _ Bboad the npht tlme lo ehaagB lha pragraaune bj aleett-g Rajor .MiKmb-.v and _ RepabUcan Leglalature. in Um Rcpabtteaa raala there le ananlmlty of aaaBng and eetaoa. Tbe geaaral baltog R Ihat wa wttl eleoi our Republican BtatB Uchet 8_d tha (iener.il A--ei.it.ly and then ahoooe B U-ltod Btetea nenator." Congre-m*.. W. H. Baoeba, of Chonton, say*: ??The Republican* will undoubtedly rnrry OBlO by a good majorltv. Majer ReBtnRrj wlll aol only poll the full Kepublnaii v,.le. but wlll run I.ad Of tbe Uehet. 1 think (...vernor CampbeU will lo-e a fcw VOtOO all ,,ver the Btate. Oaaipball'a admlntati-tlon of State allalrs ha- been an 8-1-8 BBltere Thc Kepubli.an of tbe Stnta are unlted nnd h.iinioiilou-. and l_ttU? Be ter.nined tO ? :.rrv U.e BtatB ...ul eleel I RepUbUOaB Legl-lature. Tho fi.rmer- will vote :.- the| bave u-uallv done wi.b Ihe old pnrt.e-. Tl.e aUver ebUlM ?, ua Democratic platfortn wlll aiidouMedly imrt ,l,,ni lo -'.me extet.t, but my e.\perirnce la OBlO U that the DeaKMsratte party car* but little for pR* form- A Bava majo-liv Of tha people Of "liio aro (oi the tanti. ..nd in favor of Ihe RcKlnlej bill.' "The RepBbUeao* wlU be Buccaealul thla year ln ohlo." w?i ax-CoagrBBaMBB Jaeob RonMa, ol Toledo, who ta a praetleal faru.er. ORkwbohlera M ,,,,i?k. ,., pe4 n.cu B?atnaled to the LegWature -ho wttl vote for .tohn ghernuui tor Benator. raew are many others of tbe ..pluioii that hc ha- been iu .hc benate loug enough, und thal we eanoot aled a lecond Benator whlle Bhenuan la ln thc Dnlted Statw Major RcKlnlej wttl poU mnay Democra-c vote* oa acc.mnt of the free allver pkuik In tl.e Deni ocratlc plalfonn. Oonaervatlve Democrala aay thal lf campbeU I* eieded on thl- pUttfom U wouM ba aa iu.li.r-.-nieni Of free -ilvcr, nnd tl.-v w.,uld n l be nble ,? rarry a Ragle donbtful Btate, and eould nol eh-.-t a i-rc-i.ici.t in 1800, and ibat n would Ik- better if Campfcell waa dafeated wlth free attrer. Bo far as i Bava lalked wTTk tamera m n.y oM dlstrlet, thej ...,u li be well HRlafled with tiu- McKinlcy bill, ex ,,,.. itrong Demoerata, who are wllttag t> have pro tccOon for Bhelr produet* but wanl all other eoa n.odltles to eome In fn-e. The RepabUcan tennera av that tbe bill glvea aa proteetlM agalnal uaoy Importa from Caaada. We get good prteee tor evory thlng we sell, and what we aaa BB Ihe farin i- bceom ini cheaper every rear, asc i>i bibor." F. r. u. Albery, eei la ? ol Um Kepubuean Btate Kxeiutive ('.unnii.t.-c and a pronlneiri towyar, aaya: "Tlicre i- very lltilc doubt that tbe BepobUcaUl Wlll ats. l eattmate ReKlnley'a niaiorlt] at nol Roi than _o,oot). Thla c.ni lu-.i.n R arrlved at after careful ?tad] ol tha preaeai Otuattoa and lr?iu mne hmlllarltj wlth tne poUtlca of tbe siate diirin_ the laal ton yeara. j tntnh we had a na. h barder nghl laal year ti..-.n tiu-. The iltnatlon laal year, from a baalaeM itandpotnt, waa very nach woraa taaa it la aow. Ihe aarta waa a D8W :.nd untrifd tUng, aud many peOptC WBie fnphteiied i,y |ha bttaa ery ol Ugh price*. ln mbm eoaununlUea Ignoranl people arere led to belleve that all aiana laciureil COmniOdltlei would be douliled Ifl prtee, and had beea no opportanltj for |ba lariff to demon -i.it.- it-df. Thta year the bUBlneaa altuatloa la ran iniirh itnpi-ovcd. Prlcei ba\e not laereaaed as i>:? gleted by Democratlfl ipeaken and the Democratic pttaa. Panaera have Immea - eropa and are r'''ttni? inimenoa prteee, MoR of theni have all tbe noney they waot, or the eoalralenl ..r it in their barna, and tho etTort made by prefea lonal toraaara, who are simply "farmlng tho tanner," :.- lha aaylng la, bexo will amount to very little, exoepl ln certaln loialitb-s where it wlll Injurc the Democrat* aa much a?. a doe- tbe Kci.ubii.-an-. Tiu- protacttoo prorided f..i- hv thc M.-Kiniey bill i- provlng ItaeU beneflclal to aii Bioaana Deaaagogf b.v about bad n- day In im- line, aml i do not aaUdpate any greal harai te the Reoabllean part) on Ihat ground. Ihera la to murh dteaenRoo In Ooeernor Canpbell'i party that ha wiu ..ot by aoy aiaana poU the foU OaoaocraUc vi.t<-. A pramlnenl dnelnnaO Democrat, aa ofllce imidcr ander Ihe Cleveland Admlnlatratton, lold ne recctitly that he thought the mujor.ty agalnR Canp h. U la llamilton ( ouiily WOUld BOt bt le-- tiiail 10, 000. Thaaa li bo dlaaeaeion In the Rapubllcan rank*. vou may -ay thal the RepubUeana af Ohlo wlll nol only eteet their full Btate ticket, but that they wlll liavc a large inajoi ty in tbe .-!nt<- !.?_ .-lat.ire.'' I). ||. Mit?io, of I hlllicotlic. who rcpi-'-.-iit- the Vlth --ciiatorini Di-u.. t in lha btate Senate, und who waa the BepahHeaa load.-r la Ihe Benale, oaye: -Tne Repub luan .-tat.- tu I..-: m OhlO will, wlthout doubt, be elc ted tin- fall. and ibOOM hnve frum 25,000 to r...,(i<.0 mn jortty. MeKuttey wlll poll the full Bepublleaa rota and a good manj Democratic vote* bcfWes, Uovernor CampbeU ^ill nndoubtedlj loae man;. Democratic v..;. ii, iiamllton L'uunty, a.ni wiii nol get any RepubU eaa voi?* there worth apcaklng of, a* h<- d.d two yeara riKo. u..v...ii. . . i.n.j.i.-ir- ii.ii.ii'i.-iiiiti.... ba* been a complete laiiure. and i- wlthout a slngle radeemlng teature." Among the n.ii-i saDKuiuc RepubUeana of ohlo is e_ Scnator W. 8. Kerr. of Marulleld. lie ?ay-: "Judg lng from suria.c indlcatioua, there is no poUUcal ti.mK more certain than that Mi Klnley wlll be elected GoV ernor bj B in .*t i-espectalile majoilu. It svlll ..-r tainly reacfa ao.OOO. McKlnley wiii poU tbe fmi part] Ktreng?i, and ln locaUUea, probabli Mose be al ionw time represented In Congre**, he wiii get a respectablc vote Broai tha Demoerata. He baa lower polltlcal enemloa In the Demoerattc party than any promlnenl BepubUcan l hnow." .Maitln A. Fi.ran, of (levebiiiil, fonncrlv a Dot?O erattc member ..f Oongreaa, uya: ?? l do doI belleve tiiai Oovernor CampbeU w.11 be re-elected. Toglve my rca-oiis fur thl* brlief would take more tlme than I have tt my diapoaal. I am Incllt^d t.< tl'lnk, however, thal the Republican party wlll fmi to carry the Legla lature, and thut the De_tocratlc party and tl.e AlU-uee ?,ii have a maJorlty iu thal body. The People'a party, In my oplnlon, wlll poll bal a eery smaii fractlon ot tne vote. for Oovernor. CF.LEDUATISG AS AXBIYBBSAET. Tbe fortietb imnlvcr-iu \ ad Si. Ulk8*8 llome for oentlewomen wsn eelobiated yeaterday afternoon by aorrsnaa la lha Chareh od lha Beloved DUdple. Iba Bev, B. Oregory Llnee, rector ol Ibe cbureb, ofB. Thc n-iM.rt of tbe Rev. I>r. I-auc II. futile, vbi- jir >t ' d'-in of Ibe bunie, sh< wed liuit, the itiMltution wa- ln ! a proaparoaa oongltton and lhal it oontatoad at pre*aol ! scventy lniiia!.--. Tli.ee TOO?M buve been OOOoWed iu Ibe laal yea> ai a oool ..i Bd^XM eaeh. The report I of tl.e board of ?raoaea aauiagera wai rc..d by thc Bev. I Mr. .-.teen. Addressers were niadc by tiu- Kev. Dr. ? R. W.lpole Wuiien, thc Kev. Mr. I'aiey and the R*V. ! Mr. Lulxxk. The. foDowIng iiflii-ein wara elected: 1 Pre^ident, Mrc II. L BWao; rtoa pre-ident, Mn. i h.-i'-r (.riswold, ln plac; of Mis. ,l:itne- I'ott, who I re-tcned on BeeouH ef ii! heaiti.; aeeretary, ' je?<de Voaagi heaaarar, >um C, 0. Rorrioou. A aala of rarle*?i u-efui articlaa w*a potag on at the hnme Oartag ibe duy and ka?ohaaai ware aerved In th<- larga diii.:.^ riMiin. AaaODg Ihoaa pei BOOt were the Rev. Dr. ghaabiilfnail thc Kev. Dr. D. Parker Korgan, tbe Bav. >ir. ?ayaoMa, Mrs Jarvia Babar, Mrs TboanM Battar, Mra. a. R. Wbltnay, attaa Oarohae Tahaan, Mi-, p, a. (vm-iiiiie, Mrs (ieorge ii. Throoy, Mra, Thaeaaa i wbittakei-. Ml- I. k. Warraa, Mra, w. m. CBraoa, 1 Mrs. Bobert Uetty, Mra. h. R. lUoodgood, Mra. .1. fJraj Loyd. Mrs. ji-njamin 0, Boeth Boi Mia, U. M. I'. lloifman. _ QIYISti TBE Sl.T BEC-7P1- TO B0AT11A1M. The Ptatldanloehe PoBaaa*) Perata baa aeeMai t?. np prnpriate the recelpts of it- la-t BMtlval 81 toU*Wa: TO tbe Oaraaaa Haapllal, Ran Tork, gftOO; Bt, Pnaetsl rlaapMals Mew rortt,0000;8l Plneeut'i Ho*p(tal,00O0; Moaat v.-inou Orphaa Aayhuu, 1300; ChlMroa'a Hoaae, .ler-ry City. #1(H.; Cliri-f- II.. j.ltal. .Ier?ey Cllv. 0100; ht. Mary*i HaapltaJ, Hebokea, IBOO; College PRwe Orphaa A-yiui... .?hh): Pioneer Varela, Jereej City, gioo, Tbe eega?ieatton ha aRo tatanalnad ll next fe-t.vai wiii be h*M on Aagnal -ji t.. ji. i-i.-j, ln l.lnn Fark. glRTTR BBOOEIaTB BA1LB0AE ABEVAL MRBT/RO. Tbe aanaal m??Uii(! of Ihe BoaRh Brooklyn Ballmad and Teraalaal Oaaapaa) wna heM yeatardaj aad tha toUowlag dn-e.tor- ware re-alaeled: laha w. ftmhiaoa. W. I'.avui-d Cutllnp, .lo-.-ph RiehariODa, F/lwnrd T. iinnt. P, k. liahi, Oloraaea Btephooa aad J. a. Marrap. Tbe dlraetora ra eaaiicrd aaa toUawtag o-aaaeas Piwd itent, w. Aaahraaai rlee paaaMaot. Mta Btehariaaa; treasurrr, \V. Ilayard CRMlBg. and aBBaOBBry, FnitnU 11. bergeu. The oompany owtu tl?e terralual property nt nUHr-aaB-ei., Mfe ______ ___t____V mlles 0. road eomphrfed to Ninth-ave.. Baatt lirookijn. 77/1 FALL IS' PBICES, nauBia BHiyanBO * labob dbcuvb in two nUBI OX PIPTT -IX ARTICLKS II OOMMOB D8X. "Tln Amerlciin K.conoinisf' has rendered n publlr Mrrtea by aaeertalBlag thc ptteoa ad aiHelea in eoaa mon n-c in Oetober, 1800, Oetohar. 1800, and septem bar, 1801. ii ai-o ,-idd. prieea of th' aanie arttelea Bw 1057, which are of less valun bdCaaaa UM raiiee that year iraa aboonaally blgh. a-al Q,"'s ""' f;ii:lv i.piuaniil thc prieea befen tha arar. The qaoUttona of 1 MO would have tfven a much falrer romparN ID, bolag hraer m the aggregate by nbout aaaalxth. -nt qnotattoa. wera ohtaBMd fn.m 1,800 eor toapoodanu, wba oollacted them Bnaa aaarohaata. ;...<i are araragea at manv dlfferent pointa. A- th" Blaeea ut i... dren wlth qaotationa of each. the iisrures can ?,,. be rerlBed, .md "Tha Aaaarteaa Booeoailata i ilooa i epopattrta for thatr aeaaraey. In reprintinc rhe,,, Uie tahlO of "Tln- Kronn:__-t" bas t-een divl-lcd M :,s to lhaw the ioiiiiMr..iiv- .leclitiu In dlfferent a'm 'inOB PB0DUCT8 AND IMl'l.KMKNTS. A.ti.i.-,. 1887. Oefc, um- ?> ?.. ____ s,'?ti,11?s1 \v. *1 19 B0a? 80* towi P.r ra. ua 1_ _fl JS DVaw'B ciiin... pelr. 188- ,',!;? ?,;- gj Kerk.'mrei-ttoW::'.: m* .MJ .?_*? '!;? Maod-aw . ?8i-i 182^ ? ?J l J^ m',;.m?k .i,a.lll.i**'..'l-M 18 888a 52 00 1710 N.U.. Iron. _> , J_4 ,__J_f ,.,,?, K^:::::::::!?^ ggt BR B& llalio Imiiil 0 "a At 3d -" ? ^r.nd'-iode..247_4 142 a. l-':.-., 11680 Shoval . i 17 __* MJ ?<?'? HMdl . 1 Ll1" '?'" ?"4 -1 tVt -ii .18000 OiOo 00 Oo 7300 WbMlbarrow . 8-8 i 88 l 88 1 40 PBoscon oi tin. Pratt eeaa. iea. 3 w 73 88 MJ; Tln dipjHU . 3 _-> H '-3 '__ Un milK pnil. 75. lo'. 1_> f?*4 Tln mllk jmi*. 37U 18. 1?'^ 18 WOOI.I.IV PBODUCT& BlaakeU, inir. 888 1-8 IM * OBJi 3 J? ' arpeta, yard. 1 80?i _7_? 72Ji BCji Hlaim-i-.. yard. 70 8??_ 37?. M Wo , len i lOUUng.. 24 I 0 18 ... 14 ..0 14 _5 l'RODLTTS OF COTTOB. Bhirtlng, bloa, yd.. I."-i ll> II _** Callco, Mird . l 7_ _Bh lilovei . 34'4 2\\ W--8 tOJi II.i-l.-ry . 17 .'?;. ?}. ?-'":: ..,,_?. BB 82*4 411't 41. iiir ad. apool. 8 1-5 8 [fi _) lilimba-n . ----? IM, 10}i 8\ yv*ralla . 1 90s, h.P, 79?* 70J Sbe Ung . U'> J 7J, ?|?? ti. klog . a-i _ 30 i- * i. noors A.vn BHOEB. Uoota . 4 7''. 3_7 3 07 5 78. . ..Hl B 1.1 ?< I > J 00 BubOei honu. tf<:ii3 810*. 800 8T8* MIS 1.I.I.ANI.I.IS. Blndini: twlao, B. ... * 14la \*H IJ, Hemp, i.-.;--. m. 21 II 14". 11 - I. i?? -n vaid. f-i) IH _ __ 4Z* Ol.i l-.tli. . .rd. bl 33 ..'U 81 lfe.rlbuttoiia.do.. -J-1* i.La i*'. *fj Pli*, i?... r. n _ 8*4 ?''. .1 - Garrol. 8 80 1 7_ 1 88 1 88 -1 .r. ... Bl. 18. 'J-'4 '-"l . ,f >:r?* h:i . lood.. 1 ..-. 1 28 1 M llg, Stia.. lut eo- ii.?u 44 31 i- 2^'* sjiix-ir, ?-i-ainil'd. It. 1'..'* 'J-1. B^i ?>"-? Sugar. do., brown. i '? .Hi - -,L 8 ra. lo-.i. oi 38_ ;<? . gvi vVaaiiboard . n -*':? -t 2'--'< Wi.-h.iiii . 1 .o 88 88 Woodao pail.. 4. 84. ifl 20a it wlll be obaerred that only one artiela out ol the Bfty-.lx i- hlgher in prtco tban "ac year or two yearo ai:o, oanally i"-ari battona. Tha nlneteen arttelea of ir ,n and iteel, Iraplemeata and tooli, have daellnad, iw oordlng lo thaoa qnotatiooo, 18-3 i?.-r cent durlna tha p_al two yeara; what co.1 010 In Oct4?ber, 1880, would eoal fi'. 53 in Beptember, 1801. The four arttelea of tin, whleh ooat W In 1800, would eoal ??:) 28 ln 1801, niuUl.ii.' thc decllne lf) per cent. The four qaotatlon. oi woolini prodneta hara dropped trom #4 lo 08 19, ;i decllne of i i per cent. The len qautaUoai of eatton prodneta I ara dropped from .fio to *? :t". a decllne of 18.3 per cent. The prodnot. of Irallwr have dropped from .f;! to 00 07, :' decllne <<i U p':r ,'iit. It:-:. llv. tho si\iryn nlacelianeoni arttclei tiav^ declin.d ln roat n ,n, #10 io $13 30, or 1" per cent. Ihe eoat of the abole Mft. iLx aitlrle. wonld lhaiedore be 8e3 38 ln 1801, agalDHl *1<K) iu 1080, a fall nf 1&75 per cent. lt inii-i be -.o.l. in iepi.il ... .iic-o flguroa, Uiat, if aernnitely complled, rrlatlng t., Ihe mbm artlclc^ and qualltle. ni dlfferent datea, ihey exhibll i graatar full iu r.iai rpiic-s than l,as occurred ln wholraiUe prlee. of -i.nilar producU, Tiiis 1- not impo-siblc, becaOM 0 \-r ago in :ui> all markata and st>.rc- wara tirar kiadod \dtii goodi purchaaed in axpectatlon ol a ntdden and greai Encreaao in oooMunpuon. Al iiie boath the icvere f,.ii In the prtce ..f ...;:..n. .-in.i b| Ihe WT< il the pMittnl fni ur>' of corn, wheal and oata, operaied powerfally to check eon.uinptlon. It is when trader. bare lai te itoeki of pood. lo be aorhed mr that rctail prlcei ara moal Ukely |n be daproned, partiealarlr if ihn mara n h>. retall proflta baa been large< Uut while the decllne ln whole*ulc i.n.-cs ti..s been much 1p??, there in.f- -till bpen lome Call ln mannfarturwl produclf, nnd on tl.e whl le BH advuine in farm producta, aa the followlng quotalloni ihow: KAK.M ri'.ulil (TS. Oct. 17, 188W.OCI. 17, 1880.Oet.17. 1891. Wboat . 00 84.7- B107.1- 41 00.1. . 'lli . BH s;; . s 01.50 ..,.- . 24.78 47 :H.:.o Cotton . 10 ifl 10.81 h.14 i> t . I IS 4 10 500 U...S . I 80 4 70 500 lintt.'r . 14 21 'let MANUIAII . ItKl) PBODUUTB, [roa, ptg.. 81700 81700 ?1U7. ii'.n. Ear. 200 . o<> l 70 prli t clotha.. 8.50 .).'.".? . 1 .,tt"ii -1 " 'tlngn .... 7.-.0 T.L'.') Paper, new. :t.:> 3.50 3.25 Uaaeed oll. 80 ti- 40 Iu the iiKKreKiite, thc f.irmcr (tcts more for what he has |0 scll, nnd navs Ic-- for whal he nred* fo huy, than two yeara ago, l.efore ihe new tariff waa enaete'd. GOOD WORK FOR THE CITY'* IIEALTH. The 1.1,ii.-' HeaBh Protaeolra Aaaeclatlea. which iin~ done -11. Ii pood w orl; 11. thc pn-t, bagan the eampaign agaln yesterday awming. Aarona the me:n ben praeenl at the meetlng, which was held at Nu. 11 \vc_t Blghteenth-?t., were Mra. riark Bdl, Mra. M R. Traatmaaa, Mra, s. c. CHtrom, Mr;. T. B. w__e iiii.ii, Mi 1. Ir.ii" ll:iil;.,,il. Mi-. Ntfp_t| K.iv.-nliill. Mr-. M. J. Herbert, Mra. Bather Henaana, Mra, C Poodler, Mra, K 8. WTyaa, Mla. Johnoon, Mra. Wlartorer aad Madamti Demaraat. The Ooanalttee on Btreet Cleanlng raportad thal wa-- too much aprlnhBng done on the puhlic ttreeto before they wet ? iwept, aud that garbaga should b?. collei tcd from the tish baiteb late 011 Nittud i\ nlght, and not bepi over gaaday, Tlie Btable Befaoe Uommlttaa made a -arorabk ivport. but the Oontmltte oa t.a- Hoaaai reported that th_ only way to abnte the auloaoee waa bo move them out nf the clty. CoinplHlnt h;ul i)ecn nnule al.out tho 4oot from the chlmneyi of the ii\K'',a a.i- Oompany, m K<Kt Plfty I'.-i and Flfty leeond ita. Mrv. Undlar raportad thal tht. would be .itiaied. a oamadttee, conalatlng of -Mr-. Clarh Brll, Mr-. m. k. Itaatmaan nnd Mrs. 6, c. Oatram, rirtted a namber af drygoodi itorea to laroatlgate the oondt iioi, of thc totict and innchaan raomi ftarnlahed f>r tho u-o of the eavloyea. Tha eommlttee reported that most of tho otoraa vi-it<.(i wera in good conditton in this reapeet. .Mi- Tniutn.nnn raportad that she h:id vi tted :li" ahbatoira in Chicago during the summer, and that they wara aot In as good eondition aa timse of this city, whieh have baen bnprorad greatJy thron_B the efforta .,f ihe aaoociattoa. a ooamlttae, eaaahdlng of Mrs. pindler, Mrw. irene Hariaad, MIm Jahaoon oni Miv. A. M, Maaar will Inreatigatc the 'i.i^tmti ?t thc ndrliablUty of Inereaa 111K tlie foicf now at commi.fid of tne Boaid of Heo Ih, rhe ravort wtn i,.- made aaon. Fathar "utrttnfi wtfa i* tield ou the llrst Tnrodaj of each montli. WOBK OF the ALDBBM1B. Chairaaaa B. m. Moipa, af the fommitteo on P.nil raaOa of lha AMaraMB, whleh ha- i*>?n (^msiiierinR thc Hubject of aa ordltian.e lo re-tnet the rnnnltig ot it.-rt.i. 'ai-- ln Elevcnth-Hvc. baiOW Bltlalh at>, b> tlka Dlghl tiu.c, sald that he Waa not leady to report uixm Alil.-nnaii M?od's prnpir-iflon. Mr. Morrih, of thc Vllth Matrtet, muile a >?vere attack upon the com inltlee on aceount of the dehiy. A roolntloii wa- Bdaptag ankliif? the ILmrrt of Katlmate lo appi-opriale 180,000 for niulntuliilng ono Ot more publlc t ;M\~. Mr. Morris, of the Vllth Diatrict, aKaln eaUed at laattafl t<< thc faiiur* of tl.e Behool Board lo piorhla tamporary accommodatlona for ih.> papll. of flraaimar -,i?,i No. 35. Ita oBered . -cmiIuM.iii demandlng ihe remoral ?.f the romml.-lonera t.\ the Mayoc for dere liitioii of dnty, but afterwurd wlthdrew li. MICBAKL CARUOLL OOBVtCTBD. Mirhael CarroU. UM -iii.l- kBOBBl of one Imndred aiid -i\ty niM.'i -t. aad Jareaaaare., who baa i>?'.'u na trlal for Mraral daya bobbbb Jadga ntafaraU in tho Oaaeral Baaatoa , araa eonriotad pealaaaap of paaaaat* ina a falae elalm lo au inaataaaa ooaaaanr. A tir* occurred ln th" stable 0:1 Novcmbcr 4. and CamO lod a ciaini for #_::,(K>i) teaaranea aiieiriiu; ihat ha had baa _aaay vaiuable baraaa. Aa_tctaal M. !,.,-. utarnay Maihaan condartad lha prooeeaBon uud .lohn B. Polkrw. raprraaoted Carroil. The oonrlated man wa* n-iuandil br lentBaoa. tWALWWBD tBBBOT TOltOM ABD OlVO. Lawiaara Faid, a man "f aahMlB ?ke, wim tonaarly wa* .. veteHiiurv NUBBOa wlth a falr practice, but, tu yearn ind 'been crtppled wlth the rheuinatism. dled ln tho New-Vork llospltal jcaterday morniug from the effe. U of polaon. He had ll-ed wlth hU wife and unmeirM dantfXer In the hr-i.se >?'<>? ^ **_ Thirty acv-nth-st., and the (Uttightr.r bad supported her parcnts bv rtressmaKliiK. Karly yestcrday rnornliig Mr* Ford rallcd a pollcwman Into the hotise and aahert hlm to suin.non nn a.nbulancc, ns her hu.aba.nd had swallowed so.no Insect powder. Kh* ?ild that PHi h,id taken the pnlson by mMafce. Ford ww unable speak when he was carH-d to the hoapHai, aad he dled three boara hvtar. Ws death wa. reported by the iMjlice as B siii'lde. -? SHE FAISTEP IK THE If ITXESS CIIAIR. TI1K Wm OF A MUBDBBBD M\N BRF. .KS DOWS WTIILI-. OIVX-ra TI?TIM"NY. The cvldcnie Bt-Uaal Aicxauder lli.ppe. who Ifl eto_rged w-iti, the mmttm ot bia laadted. IJnaaB K.ei-clmmr, Wt* beart >"-..-rday by Jadge Cowtag ,,?? ? Jlirv. Tl.e aaaaaof lha ahaatlnB. M ?*?**? waa aageral KttmtikumtH coadaal ln ternlng Happea t_m!lv out of doors ?u Ma] 1 BJT 1. IW""* "* Mr. j.phlne KretaabB-ar. the wife of tho d.-ad man. oeated mm h exetteineat ln eaait by bar a_aaifeat? ti,,,,- .,f teettaf. Bha woe -reeetd ln fleap n.ounun. a?d her taatimony was taterepareed wi.b mci.s aad graaaa. 8ha maaaaad to metata tha ^^tm^_ u?n bv A-adatani Watrlel Atorney Daate, ?"? wheai Mr. liowe. the dc,-c,.d,,?fs ecaaaaL had u-k,d Bat t few qnaaBona, -1,,. baeaaie weattf aglteted and BnaUy r,,,,,,.. away. Mr. How, wa BOBtpoDad to BBapaafl thc cxamlnatlon. :,.,1 COari ofli.vr- edeavored to re Sra her bv applylng .I water to bar fcnhead She re.r,:.ine.I u?-o,: -< iou-. iiowetcr. and the ofnicrs Bnoily can-ici thc witaeaa-ahair and its occpant aat of tl.e room. Mr-. Krc.-ih.nnr soon Hiterwanl KOW ered eonedoi-eneae, hnt waa oet agala placed on thc witneavataad. Her taatlaaaay and that <?f her beother ,?? other apaataton of thc ihoottag nerecd ln aU their ilHiMN, ?nd Mr. ilowe i.u.dc no etfoit to broali the force of tho katlaaony. .. _ The wllnrv-s sald that Hi.ppo entercd the room where Bretachaaar waa nated readiinj a new*p?oer, aud a*ked hli.. why be had tarnod hi- f..-iily out of Bootfl ln tho raln Krct.. hmar bbM that lt waa beeaaaa tha real hai nat beaa paid. and Happe aaW , ?' You wlll ncver tmn auybody el*? aat," and tired Uir~: ,ho.s from hli revolrer. Ona ahal kaoB effeei in the obdomen. Happa waBnad aat af tl.e room. but wa- MOa ane-t.'l and broaght l.neW to Krebsrhmar s room, where be aaa identiMcd by the dylnK man. wiiiinm Krataehaiar, Ihe leran-year oul aaa af the dead man. wao ...refully .|tte?tioiied by Judire Cowtag as to his BBdarataadlng "f Um wttneaa. oath. Ba waa .jnallv allowl lo tc-tifv. bwt did not pve much .ul UUooal Inform.'itlon. As MOO a. thc ihote were flred he ran out of the room and under the table, where the ofieera f?mnd him toaae ume lat.-r. i aptehl Cnrp.nter. Detcctivo I>oyle and two poliee Ofieera tostlfied to the Identitication of the assallaut and to his -tatement that he had shot Krctschinar wlth thts Intaot t<> injure but not to kill him. Deputy Corooer DaaBn, who made tha aatapagr, tewtifled that one bullct went rlns-.tly through the body from the risrht to the left "ide. Mr. Ilowe, in his openlng ad Areofl to thc Jnry aaM that the afeaottag was not deui'd, but that it was < otumitted ln thfl heat Of 888 lloa and was thcrefore manslaughter and not murder. THa wltnaaaaa A>r tho defenre will bo cxamln*.- to day. filSHOPPOTTERAXD THE REMOXSTRAXCE BEV-CBAL CLBBOTM-BB THINK THAT ITS PfBLI CATION DID NOT MF.KT His Al'PROVAL. With reference to Dean lloffman's lettcr to Blshop Potter, pahBahed in The Trlbune af Saturday, the llishop has promistxl to append It to his chaiye, Wh_a printed. ln ezpianatton of his severc strictures upon th.^ methods whlch hc supp<se<l had been adopted wltli repird to tha pnbllcattftn of tho " KemonstrAnce'* in Tlie Tribune before a eopy had been reoeived by tlie chlef eccleslastical authorlty. The Hlshop remlnds Dean Horfman that there was nothlng ln his charge Crom whleh it eoald be infened tluit tlie "Remon ?.tranca" did not neel his approvol. Tho Trlbune reporter ha* soen aeveral of the clergr who sizned the ? B ?n.on.trancc'' and they are of oplnlon that m-iiop Potter ImpBed in Ua a<ldr?'-s (m il-llvciwl ln St liirllioloincw's Chiu'ch) that the actuci of tbe 110 elergymen did noi meat his odbiai appraraL The eanona of the Protaataal Bptacopal Chardl of Aiii.-ri. a rule tliat nonc but duly Beanaad perscms ahall offleiate ln thc eharehea <>f that eoauaaaloa. but thls. lt ls maintained. refcrs io refiular and not occn tlona] Rtlniatrattona. iii-hop Potter, ta tho .ermon refarrei to, waa anderatood b> say laat if the canon wara appUed h> the miniatara of the Protestant ebmehaa oth? than the Bptacopal Chareh, it would al-,. oxelada prteata and blihopa of the Syrtan. Ar uicnian and Oreek ehnrehearWbo hara been from tlmo lo time Inrtted to adnieter to both the Aagttcaa nnd Amerleao Bptacopal eharehea. To this the Hi?h Chnrch olargy reply that while thap n.galaa tho rd.r- of lha sv.i.in, Armenian and (ireek OaWgy, they te not recognlte thoee of tlie i'rcsbyterlan.s, Con giegattonnHita. liaptisU and Daitariaaa, Tlie Be". Dr. Baioafotd li uudoistood to havo sald that when hfl Inrtted Dr. Lyman Abbott and i/ttiers to tuke part ta his benten OMTleea, he did so with tho ?onctton of BBhop Potter. Dr. Dlaugu, a_o haa just reatgned from Holy Trlnttp Chareh, Hariem, wa? also an oitcnder In t -mpany wlth Dr. Newton. Tha - of the " -Semonstrance" believe they have awaheoed aaeb a decrce of totareat ta tho matter tmong church people that the clergy of New-York will be reiaetant to otfend durint? next Lent. Tho -Beaaonatranee," which was iirst pubiished in The Trlbune, waa Intcndcl for publle penisal and not merely ns a ooaunnaleattoB to Hlshop Potter, for the Diooeaa "f Bew-YotB was not tho only Dlocese which had piven ctiiitenanie lo such supposed " lawless mc-s.'1 Dr. Etataaford, Dr. Stanper and Dr. Newton were ln good company. F.vcn Blahop Whittaker, of PhlladelPlda, had t-iltcn pnrt. with Methodl-ts- and BaptUta ln ? Good Fridaar Mrrlea. Tho - open remon utrance," it wai h ped, would reaicli the City of Bnitherly Lovo._ TO MAKE GOOD STOUT'S FORGED CHECKS. THK M.VNHATTAN COMPANY BANK WILL TAY THE PVUi AMOL'XT TO BBBBKTT, HOl'KINS B CO. Tlie Manhattan t oinpany Bank has detided to pay over to K.ictt, Hophina e Co. the iiioii.-.v jKiid OB their checks on Ihe forped iiidorscuicnt.s of tho do (aulttng cieru, Thomaa ll. st.mt. withoat walttng for mi koearanoe "f relmbaroa__ent fn>m tlie HaUand Tmst Company. it is anderatood thal lha bank has eredttad Kennatt, Hopklns ,v Co. wlth the amoaat, aml ihe money wlll be paid" to-day by tlie brokerx t/> their enatomar, Iharnaa '? Brlgga, who was defrauded throngh Htout's -t attnga. Thfl qaeatiofl of the .stocks ln diapute between Mr. Hriu'us and hl* brokers haa not i)c?n amleahty arranged, and may tto v> the court*. President Roosevelt. of UM llollind Trust C inpany, v.i.t reoterday that it was not aattl Priday that any of the chechs forired by SUnit and pald by his com? pany were brOOght to llll attentioii. The checks oamber Ire, and ti.c total aaaoaat i- Bltxni o:t. Mr. Boooavelt aayi tha. two "f the checka were mbmtttad t? him on Itist PrMay and the other three not until yeaterday, aud he did aoi feel that hc could pass upon the qaeotioo oi t rgory an sm-h a ihoct aottea and ?leclde whether th- trust i..:np:i.iy was llable. Tho counael tor Mr. Brlgg. aooerl thal the torsai eheeka ?oie sutuuiiteu t<> Mr. Booaaeall toaae Ubm before Frl? day. Iieyond the dl-pute between Mr. Brlgga nnd Kcnnctt, H pkini 8 OO. on a>cunt of thc aBDO-BI Itoleo fiom Mr. Brigga'l BMOaat by Btoat, the renialn ,?.- BOlnl of intenssl to W:ill ^tieet 1- BB 10 the BC bnowledgement by ihe HollanU Trust Company of n.s raaponslbiUty apon ti.e forged ehaeln lt pald. gBXXJBS BO0-N AT AECTIOS. Thc sale af thfl lil.nirv of llcnjiuiiin M. Stilwell. whlch waa bemin oa Monday al the .un tion rooms of .Inmes P. Mlo. No. 4.': l.ilcrn -t.. Wfla BOBttnaOi yes lorday. Althoagh ihora waa aa a_oay iparahitora and book-dflalefffl preaeni as on the day prarioaa, thero wera a-ora pairaaa bayeai, aad aoaaaaaaatly tho blddliiK wns more -pul.'-d and l.-Mter liibcs were ren iw.s-i. auioiik Ihoae arha baaghl larga aamliira of booka aeta 0. ?' Booaor, P. F. Hafha. charles -n.uish, L. B. Watei.naii, K. T. gplear and James Conaty. Tha booBa mttek ara axpaeted t<> briag the baal priea. barfl aoi >?'' ,"','ll laaehfld. Yeataiday'a -ai-s broaghl ahoai 11,-00, makiBg the aaaoaal rcii i/...i ln the two daya 80.000. Thc aaia wiu bo txm ttaaad to-day. _, rioiTBijn ot -vraryigi nn, Depuiv Bhaaifl Barrj baa taheo poaaeaaloa of the ofii,.' ..f lha Ualtad Btaaaa Martaatile Pa.uvu Aaaa ciation. ai Bo. 18 Aator Plaee, .>n aa atiaahaaaat for #470 ln favor of the Cllnloti ll.ill A- ..>. latioti for tvut from June i. The oompaai waa laaorpaaatei ta 1804, under IVnti-t Iv.uila laws. wlth B taollal BtOCk Of 800,000. Audrcw L I'.il'loi. tieasiuer of tlie Amcr Icaa lubic Boeieay, wns ihe lial praaMBBt; ba woa Maaeadfli by W. X KBrerl ?ho waa .uciwded by Doogiaa ii Laaaa. lha Beaaoal Btaatdeal Tha gBertfl i.as raaatraO aaaaattana f?r too?, acainst Harry (i. HOBB, tiadlag as II. (i. Haag B t'o.. nianu taatararaf bal awealaai Ba. 1*8 loaib nfthara, iie beiran business ln May laat, IBCCflfldlng ThOBBBfl Bonan A ('?. and tlnlmed an invctmuut of V7.0OO. SHEEHAN IN ERIE COUNTY IFIft BOAST THAT HK WILL kTN AHEAD Of THK TICER. 8t;;PF.CTF.D OF DRBMRfl 4aAIRB| THE u DI.MOCRATIC NO.MINATIO".*,. HiirTalo, 0(8, gg ppaaaelk -The sheehan of K.rte Oaaalp are l?ending all of their enerifle* carrylng B_8 county for Willlani F. SheWiao, Tammany linil candidate for Lleaieaaat-ao To that end they are worklng 088*0 and nall, iiul day, and ih;y are BBsVtag lt to the Democnts alone to neeure, if po*?lhl<?, tj)r . tha ixuuM-raui (it, aad eaaaef Mahgaa, Mr ha* niadc hi* hrag that 88 wlll nin 7,000 Ma lickot In Kne Coiiuly, and UM only way tfcat ^ can do that I* 88 trade orf the local ticket. yja uridouljt<*lly, he ls bound lo d,, and it woaal __ HUprloB bl.-> eriemle- here, tbe <i-(e;a..,d m-n, ta m him do it. In the br,: B-M8, it i ? a v rt!.-d f?rt 1% if both Mr. laowar .i ui Bpaahat sheehan aaa eiectai Mr. Flower will bc (.ovemor Iu B8BN 2 gha baa wiu gtoeet lha Deaaooratk gtaia p.n.y mM I mtroi the pen that wlll put B8W law, up* ^ -tatute book-. lf tlllH I- not true in ra** tf ^ election, lt wlll be the tir-t time ln hla '"?""? '?' sjn, that Roswell P. PRrwar ever ae**d f.r bhaaaM _j niattT of fart, this BlfBBBOBl la fn-.-lv u-nl aT j^, ghaafeaB- aapporlera to ?.-t b eertBla kind of yg, for him. It to not BJtveO o.n opeulv for tl... publfca know it, bui ii :- wblapered vaJattj h_ g_? _- ^ tbose with whom it niltrbt po--ii.l-, bava M8M w8A Mr. Sbeeban's friends know that lt would be dJann^ ntdied to his camass to hav,- lt -j.read broai^,. IhraaghmO Iba 6t*aa tbal Roawin P, Flowar hogaaj -enTed |0 88l rucivly as aii BBtBOMgOB and ati\t m Mr. Bbaebaa aad bR Taaaaaaj paiM tn wlres. Mirb, however. la th.- 0*0*. If Mr. _!<?.?_ should bo Btocted ..ovemor, and 8881 -pring or m_. nier receive tbe liemo. rai.ic i..,minition fr.r Fr, he would be conipelled, in fnllowing the e?.:.>_p_ by Jlr. Fassett when he wlred hla rralgBBlloa gaQa leetor of tbe IV,rt of New York lo r his own when he 18881 ved the Tammany H?11 _o? ilinUon fo: (iov.-rncr aud raalgBad his NB| la Caj. (ii-c.-s, to caii tl.e LagtoBaakra logetber and to mm * it hla raalgaaMoa aa Qoeeraor. Then, if M*.a*i H elected, tho ExectiUve rhair will be oeea| man who is responslble for the eettag steal, ?^ paased the Hlack Rock Ilarbor bill with ?1xty_o? \i.te-, wbo stood hatwaaa tbe Conatitattoo aad ua right of petitioli, and wbo' entered IntO a v i. |oa* srfca* to depi-lvo ibe friends of Mr. < >w i.n.d tliroujihoat tl* btato of the rlght of IWpreaaatattO*. A man wlU Ui rmignitleeiit reeord wouM aaabc a u.odcl ..overnortn* Tammany Hall's point of rlaw, bul from no otter. Thc laeal eoataat in Buffuio tin- toU i, of nniW^ Interest, and it will have tho oflaet of ?ttlnf ott an extremely large vore. Tbe B8W Mayor, under Ue new city tliarter, whteB goos- lalo Offa I the first aa. comlng- ye?r, Inir. Uie uppolutiuent of oRklata *_*_ eithcr put the eontrol of ihe city gavenuaoat lms_j liatids of K?od men for many year- to ...me, or a, tbe bi.iid.H oi n.en wbo will (Oiitrol it a- Tauimaoy |^ controh* New-York. tjpeaker BhBBbaa i- the bo* _ little Tamrnnny here, aud glRRngh hi- men do i* now coi>trol the city g*~8U-B8a8, srive bim tlie pw* beblnd the Executlve chair ln Aibany, with the e__ patronage of this part of tbe >tuu\ and he ioaa itil wrost Uie eontrol of the kxal D?-m.w naRe macrutiifroa the bnndK of thos* who are frienrily to ex Pre04eu Clevelaiid, as he dld last aummer Uwaagh a rbaofeh tbe mles ^*r Uie party manaKement. ThU r__p -hut out the Cleveland delesiate* from tbe >iaU Coa venrioii; and _ltlM>uKh th*) bo_> of hule Tammany ta? kindly allowed another ch_nge In the rule* ro h inado, what he once has done he wiii again ittaaR, if th* priae i^ only large enough. The Democrat- have renominBted Mayor Charte* F. Hl-hop, who is a leudlng Cleveland man, and *_ has a large buslness wlth a lori?- purso. III* electtoa two years ago, wa* due to a spht ln the Ke-nbllrai party. Mr. Bithop's ?*reer as Mayor ha? not been R the best fln*nclal kind. The assessed valuatlon of tau rtty 1ms lncreased during hla term f_i,OO0,00O, ul tbe ta-x rate h_s gone up 01 76 ou Uie tbou>and doUaa Tlils wlll oporste strwiKly atralnst lum, erpolally whea so much money must be speut under the new rtty charter. Therefore, lf he happens to run behlnd -.001 ot 3,000 vote*, Mr. Bbaabaa and his fr.enda can saf that, owlng to Uie llear of his extravagance, the hB dependent buslnesa men dld not vote foc him. Tlie* too, lf Mr. Sheehan runs ahead of hU ticket ln tia city, be can lay lt to home prlde and to sympiUr. Tlie RepubUeana have nomlnated for Mayor a thoroajt aoing buslnees German, Peter A. Vogt. His naata pronounced " vote." and the cry ln Bnffalo u* 8 BBjBaaOt.and Vogt" Mr. Vogt was not known a_i politlclioia of RufTalo when he w_? flrat nomlnatetiR for a day or two Uiey hurrled arouiid to rlnd o?t * he was. Tho mwe they leanied about him and 18 iiu-ii.e-s caroer Uie ruore they Uhed him, aud a_*i| buslncss men. his nomlnaUon was rcceived wlrk aaal festatlons of pleusure on all 6ldes. Mr. Vogt a i inanufftctivrer of refri>rer_tors, ?nd he will poll a pn8f solld German vote. on? of the ottioes for whlch the struggle b-IU R mo-t sev?re te that of Coatnifealoner of Publlc Wort. The man elocted ro UiU place this fall under the w* charter wlll kave t_e dlstrlbuUon of au enormoai amount of patronaire, aud in future ho will be a pv?*r ln poUtlcs in this city. The Democrats have naoial irerwiul SaorfB B. Flcld aa Uielr candidate. He t*o? of the leadlng membcrs of the I'nion Rridge Companj, and is said to be a stochholder ln be liarbcr AspW Company. llusiness men ferl that he 8 too closely allled WttR euterprlsc* wUtl wonld be bemetlted exceedlngly iu caie lw ls elected and has Uie givlni. out of tht contxart* for pavlng, brldge-bulldlng, etreet-cl-'anlng, ete, all <** which would come under hla manBKement as CnnUBl* gioner of Publlc Works. He 1* not a DODular man witl the rna-ses. He la somethlng of au arlstocrat, and whlle unllke Mr. Hower, he bas not taken up ~ia?? stolon coat-of-arm*. lie ts a man whoaa tendrncies ai* Mke those of Um Tammany candidate for Goveraor. The Republlcans have nanied Rlchard Ilammood. i promlnent and popular Republican. State ScnaM John Lauglilln, who lutroduced ln th* Senat-s the caail resolutlon wldch caused the deadlock because Go? ernor HtU aud *he Tammany Senators w.mld not allo* lt to go Uirough, has been renomlmited bv the Bcdbo licatiH to represeat this diatrlct for the third 0~? tjenator Luugblln lutroduced last wlntcr and paas**" the 8500,000 canal appropriation bill whlch the ixm* cratic A_aeaibiy, under Use kadersblp of As-~niblym?s Charles P. McClellaud, of Weetcbe.-tcr County. ?> feau-.l. Mr. Laughlln will not havo an eas> tlnw. ? Kt-t back this year. He hiu, a haid tlicht befora ua nnd hts frtenda know lt. His opponent is R?J?J Endres, wbo has been a member of itn- AiieaiBir r* two or three term-. F.udrc. I- aa Blkoad RaorJBOl and he la a meuilier of a fcarp number of ^"'J*1*; dtles. He opp.*ed the new iiutral-. rn*"7,: however. whlle be wns lu the A?emt.lv. aad '"?""', burt him wlth tbe InteUlgent votar* of baa ?aaag F/lwanl (laUagher wlll represent tbe llld -x?~f*P._-. Dlstiict again in the A-.-mbly. und tbe Repiibiicaa caiidldiile tn tbe Vth Dlstrl.-t wlll up.b.it.lv \* *WW? The other three di-tri. t- are henvllv lK-mocratlc. i* sheehan'* old diatrlct, the l-i aaaeauW ?? tilcl, a populnr yOBBg Iri.b Republican ba- bc?n n*01? for the Aaeeaably. Me has been Indoraed bv ? ""?? ber of labor ortranl/.aUons. md Uie w.,rkliurmcn bw bi ii,i-t -oltd for blin. lf h" M not BBMtOd he ?U1 coaw urettv closo to it. na__tr-lfP- YEARS' ADTASCK. ARMOg the leeaaa al torp taUoring .--:.. iishmen* |0 Rew-Yerh noi-.e I- battar known than tboae "f ?|p* ? the tallor, at No. 771 ll:.,.,.lw?y aad No-. 141 ?"4 ' Uowery. It was a ..uarter of a eantnry ag Nlcoll flr-t embarUcd in B_a vc:::ure ln -VeW'*V Sin.e that Ume HPs l.u.iuc-s has UUeti gigBBB- *tndia warraalod hy his tadr OaoHag, tow prieea aad aaa ?( nanahlp. in-teivi al one alora, i>e now baa ta i men-e e-t.?l.li?b.ner.ts iu thl- city, and brancli boB^ in all the greal dtles of tbe c.umtiy. Mr. RteoU ha- made the niaiiufa.tu.-e of flne cic* irnt a Baa art abaaaa, Bo waU aaa ha aniiiaBBi? eomUalBg rapMIH WMB Baa w..rkman-bip tliat ae preparcl to turn out B 088888081 RM "f '' ""? ' uveive hoaro if aa.ry. la oaake la la aaal rapa w.-,k. a.d.ioit wcii. a aaaall araaj al aaaphwaa ? * qalrad. Ia hto Rew Tark aaaayaaaato Mr >ir? ^pto-, ?ver BOO warhaaaa. Tte raaba boltoBag No'. ^:, >ad 10T a?twaay aad tho aap lear af Jbbr ] InlBg buildlng. at No. 149, 0*8 u-e.1 for 8080800*0-8 "'^..lerate pr.Cs. wlthout svcnlb tog JJ^JfS always B08B MR rule at 18088 es.abl. 88*8*88. B8IBB a,,d Wtaaea di.-p'.av al hall ataaaa R aaaad eaBaalBR. mi tbe atapaa aaaaaalla alalba aad aaany ? 'l;,vfT 2.8 ... SarlBd -08* are to I.en at bO?b abaB* ?rn.. ,?o-t popular aaaaa R btaara. Daa* breaatea . k .-oat* la aaewa aaet i denuind. ^ .! , ,1 ler stvle- ln marhet ae '''?;'. a^^rraaWb^ V .,, mell n- Ker-c- BtWl i Illlichlll (-. x ?Sg MrTof'W^c- brc,dcloth?fordra?aallai taSibaaa rewlved al B08- R ?c>. _ ? AUERATIOSS IV IU CATHF.VRXL P_il? At a Baaatag al aaa RaoOaaa bJ Hr wm*** .,??? g_, Div.i.c. ...u. rBB*B*eaf_-aaaajie 80 ?? attetvaBMM ln their BlBOO, but no aolh,n.waa uu?n -? tue RaaaaaB.