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|?BJra. Cei. pp."'' ' . Aniuxeraenta .ff t-d L^ecg" .*? aaM^a.^:::::! JlHSi^:'4 ;' i^t'^lageaV jS^.I? n REPVBLICAS ELECTOIIS. TIm follovlr.g M the completo lLxt of Praflt dential Electorx ta ba voted for ax a whola by Republiean? in thin State on NoTeaaber 8 : FOK ELKCTORS OP PRfc.siDl.NT ANH W<Y. I'KESIDEXT. Henry W. Rage. ?*"! Tu.kerman .letta* flellgma-i. muel M. Churrh. rraxlorlik p. Morrts. llermna Llvlng*ton. HotB e E. Dretwer. BflWard A iiurant. Jr. Howard M. Bmltli. WUttani >. C. Wiley. .iBinex O. Carpentor. l.ai.iel Hays. Wllllam A. Booth. Morton B. Parmeiae, Danlel W. L. Moore, <;e>rge B. H<>?l. Martln II. He/Hey. Jotm W. Vrooman. Uapenard M w^rt Frederie Mltrhell Danlel O. Holh>. Frsnrla 11. Oates. John L. llamllton. -lohn C. Harry. Edwln A. McAlptu Wllitam MeCof Felltt (iaorgo BTR09. OaMBfja tt. WbMTBMB. (.aorge W. Wanmarier. Lewls P. Roflfl .-Olh M. MlUlken. ' hrl-tian Kllne't. Wllllam L. Hones. WiUlain H. *4*?*> WUilam ll. Ten Rycu. Bewboa <;. vaTrgfat._ CusiucBS Xoticey. tiawaitc as pearla h.-r .'ainty toeth ; II.r rurer llpa *lt!> KWea J1?' ,h He. axmth qulte klaaable ; her bteath A? BW4MI aa galBB flXBB) Araay^ But aaMMag aaraam la Ihla eapearB For ahe's u?ed MJ7A)IX>M BM v?r" WHEX TlllTl.ll'S OF BEAVTT are oared In a amlle they dlsclo*e a ro?- ot p.-arls rtxaltna ?f aaaatai >../...i?'nt. ??e eelebralod beautlflei aad pre*er\atl\e ot UM BMMa._ Keepa JJreaB~Shirta t<. Meaaure 8 for tt. Nonc better at aay prlce. 809 tn* 811 Hro. ray. New.Y?*k. aod 829 CheaUut-xl., Phlladrlphiu. _ TlTTurNK TERMk ? MAIL SUa^BJBEBJI.^ 1 vear 0 ni..?. 14 e oa. 1 ni? eapj Pall.T. 7 dava a ?c*k- ..?10 0o 65 00 92 VJ 61 oo -? Iiail. wlt.io.it S.:.U... . 90O 4 00 2 00 90 8 CtJ. Surdxv Trlbune. 2 00 1 00 oO Wefklv -irlleine. 100 . ? ?? r,an,|.\Vv- ir Tribune. 200 . rribunj M .uiiy. 200 . ??? BaCK M'Ml.r.i-A -It Baeh N'm.i.T- af the Wij and atoaday paaoia, bxbm thaa :. weeB ata aa rxtra i Ratv^pr'iriM bv Trlbwae. exrept ar. DaUy and Bunday paper fef BMll a..bacr!t??ra in N< w-Vork I'li.v :?r.d on Ballx leml-Weeklx xnd WeekM tn forelgn ;?.trlex, In wblcb .ti.'a ext^i poatajre .'i ? be ua!d b) 'nbarrlbera. it ?? , ? p?atxl Order, ' xpr-ai Order, Ckeek, Draft. er l'ec|at<-r"<t fxtter, . ,,,,,. Caah M Tatil N>>te If M-nt lu an aaiOgH r. I .? U ?? xrlll be or the o?mr'- rl'k. ..?., ..... Maln afflee ot The Trlhme 184 ^waau.at^Xew.Yort. xr-,-1 ,,,..... .... ?? t -." Broadaar. fddreee n.i cr re.i.nnrl. - n-.'. --'Ih- Ir'. Ull ??" N.? V- k_ ??aV joUNLED BY HORACE GREELE" 8U.NDAY, XOVEMBEB ?. 18*5. TWENTV-FOUR PAGES thi: SRira tiiis Mnsyixo. l'oreimi.-A gteal gtrike anions the cotton op.^r ?aavaa Ib Eag!aod araa bcgaav, ?- - f'onflictinx rc l-oit, aboai the health af the l1..^. were pub iMIaaxi aasrs fhe aMtaah Admiraity baa or.i.n-1 that the ofl.ee:- of the Mranded oaHleahlp Howj ho eourt-tnart.a'.'ed asse= Nepotiationx hetxveen the French MiakPer ai:d tl.e Baltaa of Moro oo linv.. u-iui broken oiY. =r? Florim nd lionger Ihrve, the mus:c.l eonipo-aer, tttetf la Parla. D'in.^tic.-At Troy JudgO Fur-man diBBalBBexl the caa.-.-* agaJaat the vokera froui St. Laxwrei Caaaty, tha PeaBoeratie oomplalnant not bavlng put .11 aa apiiearance ~^^=. Colonels Hawklna and Stfcatai wara found not guilty ..I aaaaultloi Private Iatn-4. asss The l nivorsity of PoBBsyl vania beat PrincW t. at footbal] in Philadelphia, I |0 i; Vale heat vTealeyan '-.; Sew-Haven, 72 to o; tbe bc/mx? rt Springfleld waa: Harvanl 20, < ,.ii,i.;i i i. !?..-. ti mneral iree and - ? ? ? ? .,- ar- r.'portel at many pointa. J.'... worldx regorda were broken at the Lexlnitm ra.".\x. i ny ind Suburltan -Tlie mueh-vaunted pu ra.!,- oi Detnociatic Iini>lnc83 men waa a dismal fallure; l>CBiocratg d4iprt>aaed aad Bepublieana (?..r:'.-ri''uiiiu!y elated. = Ex-Seaker Rcctl aad Mr. Depow addreaved an Immenae meetlng in Cooper L'nioa - VVhitalaw Reid nnd Mr. Depow addretwcd u-t Immense meetlng <.n Staten pxhxnd; Mr. Reld ssoke i.i the evening al Mamar on. rk am. Porteheotei = Fire in BrooklyB xj ;. loaa ol :.? arly 8500,1 00; rtd waa aent froni New-Vork. ?' Many aeeldenta reaulted from b getare wladatarai; whieh Bwept over the eitv and harl.or. Tho W?BtxB9r.--FeiBcaal f<-r to-day: Clear or fair, with sii^iit ehaagea la t4MBaetatara. Ten> petatun- yeaterlay: lligbesr, 48 dVarreaai laweat, 34: aaarage, zt l-J Tho closo of tho p'.liti.al oaxapaign is almost conteiminons with the opt-ninR <>f tha chnrch C49aapaigB. To-day tho DaUOChial aotivitios r.f Iho varioux CaiUPcfaaa tvhioh woro Bttspended at tho boginnins of the suinmer will bo io<uni'<l. Tho raligio-atxial joys of ThankgfiviBg are iu tietr, aiid the L'hri>tmas holidays are not far off. Kvcry year roligion i* beconiim': a largei fattor in tho social lifo of the people, and the work ol tho i hui.'hos in tho large citn-s is one in whi(h evcry pood citi/en must take an interext. a> ? Tho royal rommission rooently appointod for the ptirpo.xe of (ltvi*ins nn asiires for tho rolicf of tho lri>h evicted tonants is already in stssion at Dublin. In tho ooorae of an iiitv.view, de stTibed in our cahle di.<pat<h.-s pul.li.al.ed to day. Judgo Mathew. the piesidi-m of tho coni ml??i.*n. informed our London eonespoiidi nt that the plan of ino<tiry had alroady beea d< torniinod. and that be oxpe4-ted to b*3 al.le to report oarly in January to tho (Joveininciit. <o that tho lattor might be able to PJteel I'ailia nient with delinite pioposals on the aubjerjt. Tho prospects thus hold om b] J^idgo Matheu are all tho nioi-e woloomo as the Paria bankeis now refuse to smrend'-r. except upon a judgment of the French cotirts, tlio Iri-h Na tion:dist fund in thoir pox>o<s:on. whieh both fattions of the Ilome Rulo party had tinally agreed should bo devoted to tho reliof of the evicted tenants. Xo little sensation xxas created yesterday in tha business circlos of thix city by the aetion of Judge lngraham in granting an injunotioti le-tialnir.g ( harlf? H. Fanchc-r, the iaajgnet of ('. Hurkhalter &. Co., from jiaying. <lis posing of, or interfering with tho pfopertj of the lirm. The applicanti for tho in Junction ha^o thoir potition M tho aJk-god fa4"t that Mr. Fanoher has been nsing his lo^od fai-t that Mr. Fanchor has been usinu hi* powers as assigne*? for the pnrjKjso of lirlng an nnlawful transfer of aagxBBl of the bankrupt tirm to the Irving National Hank. of vrllioh ho in president. Vciy encouraging is the politira! ontlook in Jalifoinia, described b\ our San Francisro ?aT?tter..?ndi!ut in bla dixoatch nublixhed to-dav. and it appoars a-ssurrd that the larso Kepub lican majoriry at the lae, PreaideRtial election A-.ill l.o still further fneteaaed next week. Thia e iiinai" is baaed on Ihe fad that the people (,f ,'\o:y xhade ol politica! opiaJon ob tbe Pa ciiic Coaai have thoroughlj lealized that tho i-.sil... to llx'lii. 88 aii.v i;it", is 006 of Bifljple buainets principlea. They under8tand thal the auooeaa of the Republican >'<??*: i meaB8 tbo maintcnanoe of the dutiea which proteci them againM foreign competition, whereaa a Cleve larid rictory iavolvea the throwing open < I Ihe doora io foreign fruita, wiaea and manufact* ,ir. s. reauxtifag in the 9criou? iolury, ii nol the ahaolBte tkertroction. ol all thoae industriea ahich have contributed 90 m ich to the preaenl pni-pciit.A nl <!aliforaia> ////?; moral side. Thare are cettaia .,',"-tioi.s conneoted with tho irapending election which may properly be eonaidered by eaiReel and rettecting men on Buch a day aa thia. We roler to diatiactively moral tttuea, upon whica tbe political aupport uf high-miBded, bteUigeat Americana la lo be based. Siace the ilPRublica? pattj waa or gaui-ed, forty yeara ago, it baa repreaented issuea ol thal quality. while the Democratic party has peraeYcred in Bntkgoniaing 8.i morala in politica. "By tho,.- fraita yeahall kiK.w ihim- By thelr aaMiciBB are partiea to be iudged. Tho abolition ol alavery araa th.- aapretne moral laaue which brought tho rjepublican |Btrty toto evisten.e. If the reproach Ol slavr-n has boeaUftedand removed from thMfree land. . |. becaoae that partj fotigbt out to tb* end whal thal peace-loYing Qnaker, Joha Bnght, do-.nl."d as ihe only righteona taa. of raodern ,,?,,,. and reatorod the Union on tho Daaie of mivor-a! liberty. Democracy waa the rock bbB delenca ol alavery. lt inroaaaiaaed tbat right eoba war to be a failure whea it araa aearly Midcd; ir oppoaed emBBciaatitni and the txm stitutional amendment*. and to thla day it maro , ia the Botrth ita old-timc hoatility to rree Biiffiago. . , . Th.n thero waa a moral laaue inv. Ived in linancial legialaticn dnring and rince the < Ivil NVar. Thal waa the laaui oi common hoBesty ln dealing with Sational creditora. 'J'! Re? publican party in contractiag the war dobl aa Mun.il the reaponsibility ol paying II ln the c ,.,-,. ol a generation, BBd has alrcady reduced it to ihe extent ol Ihree-fourth*. lt bad ra courae to tho greenhack aa tho onlv poa-lblo expodiont for carrying on the war, and la |ooo time it made the currency ol the Natlon aa eood aa go!d. In eBtabliahing tho LNational banka u a ted on the principle that a eotflmon curreBi t ol unquesti aod ralne waa aeeded for free trade araoag the Statea ol the I nion. Tbroughoul theae ttaandal trariaaotions, and in an tho lo.-.'iit controveiaiea over the deprecia tion of ailver, tho Republlcan party aaa do monstratcd that honeaty la tho bcal policy for naticna a- for men. The Democracy has been duringtheaameperiod BafAiratod with nnancial i,. rcsies and never on the aido ol hoRoaty. It baa been oppoaed to the rapid payiaant of the debti it b99 iesis-ed atrenuoualy lie-umption : it haa been the enemy ol the National bank^ and it ia to-day adYocatlag free ooinage and Stato bank uumes. The Republican partgr, moTOOYar, from its orgaaization hai been oontiibtrting ateadily by ita policiea to the workiflg stoek of Araorican civilization and proo^raaa. One of its earlteal aota waa the paaaage ol the Homeatead bill. by which the Wwtera Temtoriee and Btatej have been lilled with settlora, and thia araa follou.d by lailvray logiaiadon by which the raaoRiaea ol a oootinanta] domain have been raptdly ae> \"i ped. Pide by ride with theso great policiea baa been the i>publican Protective ayatem, by which the iBtereata ol free labor have been promoted and Induatriea maltiplied and di ver*iHed. Not only have the ?rorldng people ol America been placed on the bighway to proaperity aa the r.-ult of theae creativo pol? iciea, bu't twelve taflliona ol Earopeana have been provided with good hoIno^ and ramnner atiye cm 1 Mn :.t dtiring the laal thirty yeara. ln tbia way a greal work has been wronghl fcr the good ol the Natioa and for the reliel ol , | wded i.i rope : and it baa been the arorh uf the Republican party. p*' DeaBocracy baa ; ]\a:i; i oppoaed the e greal meaaurea. I' foughi Homeatead A<t and tbe PacWc Rail ami.a billfl, aad it remaina to thia day tho irreconcilable loe ol Proteotion. The higheal moral laaue Involved in bumaa government la t)ic welfaro ol tho maaaej. Republican legia lation during the laal thirty yeara l.;ts been, in ita broadest crTecta, a beaeflceal and enlight en I -y-tcm <.f State socialiam, by which all (I.i-, ? oi working people ln the land have been directly benetited and Bafeguarded againat tho Bocial di9coBtent and onreat ol Europe. The rcnocting man wlio still heaitatoa raapact* ing hi> duty on Tueaday onghl to make it. a moral question to-day. Lel hnn <:i> baeh thirty yeara and point, 11 he oan, to a siaglo laaue i.i National politica .>n which the Republican party has not boon pjghl and the D.inoeratir. party wroog. He "ill iind that if tho Repub? lican policiea ol that period were athekan out nothing x\onld romnin that COURta f<>r political and mur.'il progie?s, while if the Denioeratk policiea arere e'iniinaud nothing woith gaving would be lo*'. DtRRoentcy, ^\ilh it-s revival uf Caibouniam and aiavo-ownera1 eoonomica, its fiee-siJver craze and its ho?-fiIity to NatiqpaJ banka, ita Buppjgagioa of maioriiy righta in tho SoBtfc and its eioction erinT(*A, in the North, and all its aasottling, deatruetive and ravolutioaary policie-. i< u party without tnoial laauea. I(o publkaniaa now us ever in the paat is a eon servative and progreaaivo foTCO with creativo instlnota, mlth National policiea to work out for the higheal enda ol American dvilixation, and \x it h an enlightoned conaciouanoaa nl moral lesponsiliih'y. ////' 11AI.1AS KLKCTIOX. The general election which is fr, be held in Italy to-day ?ill l e comparablo in Im portance \\iiii that wbich i^ to be beld in the United Statea two daya lator, and with ihat which naa beld in Greal Britain and Ireland laat suininer. It \\ill detennine the domcatic prlicA ol the Kingdom and ii- forcign i"ia tiona, eapecially with the otber mambera ol iho Triplo Alliance, aiul will have a powerful bear< in^' npon the qneation ol peace or war in Eu ropo. Troe, Iho immediate reault of the bai h'tiiiK niay be aafely pradicted) the Uovern* niont will have an ovepwhelming majority. \\w\, that doos not reveal arhat the flnal reauU will bo. Il is one thing to cet a majnriiy, and quite BiuMher t*. niake worthy dbo ol it, aa our miii Damocratie party oan teatily, And tho Btere lad thal be has t. begin with, a two iliirds or three-fourtba Biajority in tbo bori Parltameal ^^i11 ba slik'hi obbub), eonaidertng tho programme belore hlm, lor rxmgrattih>tiBg Mr. UioUtti. The preaenl Italian trouble is ., linancial m,.'. Theic is a ohroRiC delii-it in ih* budget, CBUaed partly by aaaf extravagaace ia publio worke and partly l.y the heavy niilitary BXpenditurea impoaad by the Triple Alliance. Thla evil can ba raaaedied only in .ui<' ol two waye: reduc tion of e.\|. 'ii-is oi lacreaae of Inoome. Tho lattar BtetHie baeyaaae ol baxadon, and thal is out of the ouaathaa. The (ioYornmeat BaVOB not to propoae it. for the nation would not en dure it. In Roasia of cottrae, tlio people have do voice in tbe matter. In FniBce trondratu tbrifl and patriotic Brdor make theai able and ' willing t. endure greal I.I?B9. Ib Germany they are too ivell drilled to reaial thal Imperial will whieh, thej are told, is the 9upreme law. ln Auatria Hungary there are pleaaanl condi tiona of life. and alao b certain military enthusi Bxm, thal reconcile tbe people to th. ir burdena, 1;,,, in i;a|v there is Biore independence of popular apirit, and more deaire for eaae and prosperiry Bt homg nnd leae ieal for glorj m terenge abroad, bo tha' to their prcaenl taxea the people gire grudging a-s.-nt. and against any incrcaae they would ppoteat too rigoroualy for the comfortol the Crown. 'l bere remaina, then, roduction of erp d tnrca, whieh may be effected on eithor dvil ot military Iteme. The Mtatotry already prota j., , to reduee the military budget from |go,000,000 to $4*\200,. Ob thal acore fJnanciaJ cquilibrium might be attained, and no general popular oppoaition would be aroiiaed. Thia lait-named courae, howerer, would be fraught with grave peiils to tbe peace of Eurupe. Snch a cutting down of btbij ex penxoa would mean a greal redudion of artire military strength; and thal would Berioualy ;,ii. t the Triple Alliance. Italy holda her plaee in tbal Leagae of Peace on tho under. atanding that flhe keejw paee with her two oomradei in inataui readineea foi war. The moment, therefore, xhe relaxea preparation and redueea her araaj In a peace fcioting?aa ihe nouid do bj tbe cbange pror*Med-tlae AHiance is practically dixaolred. TBE DUT1 OF TBE ISDIVIDVAL, Tho dodng daya of tho groat campaigB bring a peraona] <lm\ bome bo earh RepuWican Th< ,,,?uilitt.,.s have done their work, and hai done n well. It rcata with every indiridual i;,..?ii,li,:,it to 'h- his parl raithfully, and bo citizen can feel tbal bia dutj baa beea done when he l.as registered and caat his om: rote. Wiilun ercry man'a circle of tafluenoa there B.ii,..,... more or fcwer, who may oeed to i?. reminded or urged to do theii part Othei votera of tbe eamc family, of the aame 9tore or faetory or workahop, othora realding in tbe aame building or block, may l>rt careleai about the aacred rrual of dtixenahip, or ignoranl <-f the reaaona whieh ntake it eaaential ta- tha wel fare and proaperity <>f the country that tL" Rcpublican policy should prerail thia yeor. No man is without hii peraonal influenoe, howayre. little he may tbink be poaaeaxca. Wlth th<m Bandaof men the mcre auggOBtion from ? per? aonal friend or acquaintance thal it ia unmanly and unworthy of dtixenahip to neglect thr auf frage will Bofllcc. To many othera, whose mindi aro bwitating between creedi and pa> tic9, a word of explanation will bring light. No Republican baa done his duty until ho haa iis. d a'l the intl11*-ri<-*- he ran p Baibly axerl to leeure the Bucceaa of the right. Every Bton of influeBce be baa carriei with it a aacred duty. Tho common country truxta eacb ma:; with i ahare of the governing power, and reliei upon him t<-i nae bii ihare to tbe beal of bii ability for tho put.lir welfaxe, On erery rota that is rast or Beglected may depend tha luture hln tory of thii great Nation and tho h.'ippim - ' niillionx of familios. What decent man would not feel aahamed of himaelf if. baring the power hy an act of kindneaa I i Bare i ndghbor fr..m starv.-itn-n or auffering, bo abould refoae? Bul ho who Begiecti his rote for the publio wei faro refuaea, Boi the performance ?.f an urt <>f kindneaa, bul the dlacbarge of a s<>]omn duty upon wbich the auiYerfng ot rh.- happlneaa of many milliona may depend. The eommittrox havo given BMuraaee ln the gtrongert terma that tha Republican oauxe vuli triiimph. that Hanriaon and Reid xxill beeieet ed, and thal R Congresa faithful to Protexjtlon and lound Btoney will ba ehogen, proridad the indiridual Republicang do their part Ti..;. bave ret to rote tneanaelree, ind that thoir neigbbon nnd friendi caet tbgfr Toteg, and then 11 as-i-t iu guarding agaJnxl the frauda by whieh Deinoerata wiU itrire to d--f. a* thi xx'ill .?f the people. Faithful diacharge ,,f tho** dntiea by Republican rotera the orrmflaftteea hare 9 right to t gpeot, berauae t!,?. countrj baa a right to flemand it When one reflecta how great and fai reaching are the Inter ita whieh turn upon thia election, how the wagoa ,,f milliona maj be affected, and the oontinu ance of great branchea of IndttaRry, and the ln duxtrial Independence and proeperity of the en tire Nation, and how all theaa raal itttoreeta m,iv turn Bpon tlie action of ovory man who votea or faila to rote. bi aurely cannot aariafy his conadt noe exeept by nalng his own rota and his penonal Influenoe to ihe beat of his ability for the RepubUcan CBUM. LOTJL TO TUBIB TBOBT. With all tho turmoil and exdteXBent of tho rloaing weeh of th" canvaaa the preea baa fottnd ipaoe f<>r ut leaat two Inddenta whieh tend to .-nnoblo and dignifj htUBBn life. One was the retoue of fourr.r.n men from a xinking reasel in mid cean. The No?>rdland 'l'-?.;iietj tho wreeh during B sti.rm, and snnt out a lif.'boat to f;ike uff the exhauxted men who were rlinging v> tho ri^'ging. Bo high waa the sea that it wux impeaaibla r<) beBtd the wreck. But th?; Nor wegian nptain oontrivoi tv tij; u rope Bttd ? buoy, whieh he threw out to tha llfeboat So long as this rope, araa iteadled from tho wraok it was pos-ihio for the caatawaya ta. be drawn into the lifeboat Captain Thommeaen knew thal it xxax his duty to be the laat man to havo thei ship. H<- ordered his aerenteen comradea oiw hy one to jump Into the sea, and Bteadied the rope for eruh and evory one. Then, whofl all were lared exeept himaelf, he leapod into the aea : bul aa there waa n<> band behind him to regulate the buoy be mined the rope, and for ten iTiiniit.-x be waa atruggling belpleaaly in the roaring waiori, before he could Rnd it. When h" u:u4 drawn Into tho Hfaboot unoonadoua and neariy dead, bla Bible nnd his logbook were [ound atrapped to bia back. A plaln man i> this brare Sorwegian aailor, but if loyalty t.< duty can make anj one a hero h" is one, Then there waa another plain man who tvaa ia brare ??- Captain Thommeaen and aa rexo* Into in his diacharfe <>f duty, boi less fortu iiat.-. aince h.- waa a martyr aa well aa a hero. Detectire John Carey eloaed a brillianl earver of warfare againal lawbreakera in a deaperate itruggle rrith a burglar who had iworn that ho would nerer be taken by him alire. De Blanchete waa aa good aa bia word. VVhen he fottnd himaelf in tho dutchea of his old enon.y he whipped ."ir a rerolrer and ahol th.' .!.? u-ciive. Mintally wounded and bleeding to d a h. John I a . ? atlll retained rrith c n>.-ini,N neaa the rJetermination to do bia full duty. Ili^ uon grip on De Bfatnchete waa not re bxxed. He lay on th" ground gaaping bia life away, bul ln-- banda nerer lefl the murdcrer'a thr.at until his faithful heari bad ceaaed t> beat. Theae axen were true to their truata, One had bia ship and the unwritten law of ih.- aea that th.-captain muat be th.- laat man n, privo it. The olher had the la u ln .-al.. r uithin reach, an.l kin-u thai n waa I.i* dutj to arretl hiin what.am migbl I.- Ihe.riaka ..f a death Kiapp!.- with a deaperaoio. Loyaltj t-. their traata htul becomo tho habit of lifg of oaxi and ,,i,l not haVO made. ii' ?i tha other. -hej; wotdd ' f uh;it tiiev i-nild aay syatem ol wpou>? ?> ,: .plJinUtorolduty One woa. ,.,??" Btadita.k.ppoV .privilogo torteady SoropTlorhia -dlora, and tha other would ,,.,,,. ,,,,',!,,. it a. a dctectivty. luck toidie uith aa inin gr.? . niurdereP. '"j ; The mention of their brave deed* ia ol th, .roatiathedailyjournala. rhereiaa hurly .??1A over politic*. and men with their hope Indfeara of another weetVailotter, of pnxea [Z blanka bave ao tfme to thmk of auch ?hiD ono hero caata aboul for another Job ,', sca and the other dropa into hia grave al n,.s, inin ti.' d. and whal each did to ahow himaelfin hia bumblo way loyal *o duty paaaea ,.,1,1. out of men'a minda. iel II may bo thai each baa made ll eaaier for other men to h(i nil? , , thcir truau. Who will say that in a BRiverae where eternal Juatice reigna auch di.'ds ;is theae are ever loal ? THE DEMOCRATIC FAlLUBB 7E8TBRDAY. rjeroocratic brag and bluBter took a audden dropin thia clty laal night. Tho eomploto and ridiculoita failuro ol tha DenK>o?tffl parado, al.out which auch aoariag predictiona bad I.n ,?;?.,., dubearteoed the moal bopoful and coa tjd.nf Dcmocrataj. The parado waa absolutply coiitemptibleia oompariaon with the Democratic ,i,.n.on-ir;,t:..n i.i 1888. Tho R publican parado lmir yeara ago waa mucb larger than tho Dem ooratk prc4Xnuion, and Btade ap ol far more ?ubataRtial and impreaaivo matoriaL A better elaaa of dtiaana took part in tho Republican parado. Btat the Deaiocratic proceaaion ol [888 waa far targar, far more aumeroua, and compo od of far battei Biatorial than the ataag (rjing uakempt, uncouth affair of yeaterday. lt disappointcd the Daaaocrata bitterlj ln every \A.iy. \n tho plaoo ol Inlluential buaincaa men and ,,.,?, MiintiA" people from the motcantilo. tradiag and linancial claaaea ol the city, the .,,-.,-, ision waa chieflj made up ol the political hangpra-on ??f the varioua Tammany depart* menta, ?>f boya thal have no rote, ol Demo I'ratic w.iil duba in no waj rcpreacntadve of iho buaiaeaa claaaea, nnd ol other material ol limilar aort If tho acnionatiadon ol yc te d ij ii :i i dr Indication ol the lack ol 9] Irit, energj and vigor in the Democratic party ol (hia ?>': and State the Republican triumph on Ttieadaj will be of th* moet briliiaat and momorable oharacter. ^_________________, THE LOCAl CAXDIDATE8. Tho raapoehible votcra of thla dty onght to rebuko the IraanduloBl opoiationa of Tammany Ball by aaptjoriing the Republican randldatci on the countj ticket and tl," Republican can did.it.>s f.T Congroaa, Aaaembly nnd the Board ol Aldormeo, Tho chargea nnd" agaiaat the two Ih'iiHx rutic CotamixaioBora ol Charitiea and Correction ?h.. ware aireated on Thuraday on chargea d! franda ln registration aad colonira tion ought to be -uf;,.,. nt to open the eyi - of any pi raofl who h:i4 Ruppoaed thal Tammanj would rafrain fr-mi iiahi n< aty in thia campaign. Th* i an lid.if s of Tammany Hall repreaent all that ih vi.ioiii and dograditiK in the politica ol tbta oitA. Tainmanv bopea to aleet them bj Bvery arick and evory d.-vbe thal long axperi .irj e and excepdonal Ingenidty ln brtbery and oorrupdon can employ. Edwin Einstain do aervea tba cuiilidouco and support of his foJlow rdtiaena for Mayor. In no way doaa Oaaaaala ?ioaer Uilroy comaawe xx-lth hia ln hia daima to tho Bsteam and r*gar.l of hia fellaw-dtUena. Kor Regiater, Captaln Hugh Coleman ia bettet ,p.ia'.ili"d and much nior** d .-.'i \ ini: than is th. Tamtaaaj . undidatex. Ferdinand Leovy. Itcurj 0. Botty ought to bo alocted f..r CotJRty Clerk ov?r the iin-Ttipnloiis and rioleat Ibtiry I>. Pnrroy, whoRrat gained extenaive Rotoriety bj breaking the ja" of a fellow-delegato in a Dcmooratio oooventlon at Nyack. Mr. Purroj baa nevoo dono anything ta juatify hia audacitj in Baking tho eajtera ol 'his dty to aupport bim f r C i.'.a <'l?rk. T5i.'r.' e.m bo n i compaHsou betwean tho Btrieaa of John S. Bmith for the important and reapoturtble ..lli.'" ol Additional Surrogate and tho total unfitneaa ofthe amall minded aad r>^rt.v partiaan, Prank T. Fitx .. ? | i i ,,r Preatdeat ol the Board ol Aldi r men C. Volney hTJag, a lubatantlal and reapc t .?d citixen, i- juatified in expecting intclligrnl Kew-Yorkcra to vote f..r bim In preferenco I i young Gcorgc 15. MoClellan, i\ bo h:,s nevar done anj thing to earn the gotid-wiU of New-Yorkere. lt is of the higheal Importance for every votor who wiahea tin> rnarvelloua prdaperity of thia oountry to oontinue that h*. should roto for the Republican candidatea for Congroaa. The Tammanj candidatea are n t roprcaentativf rifi/.iis, as a ml", and thej are all committed t,, il," avoithrow <>f ahe policy ol Protecdon, which baa prudttcad auch magaiflcent reaulta in thia Republio, Tha Aaaemblymen iaIio are to bo oleotcd on Toeaday n.-xt will take piirt in : P9 elecdon of a TJnlted Stafaa Senator ln 1893 Even if the RepubUcan candldat??8 for the Aa ^"nil.l.v in the eit.y dtatriotg were n<.t aupcrior in BbUitjJ and ia tho .-N*ni ..f their fellow ?iti/.'iis to tho Tammany candidatea, there \Aoiild still be the stronge-f reaaona b>r supjx.rt uiK th*m in proferetboe to tha rcpreaontatives of vo miachlavoaa and c.irrnpt an organixation aa Tammany Ha'l; bul Tammany is in the habit of aending ta Albany < arh year a dclegation to tho Aagoaably for i\hioh roape<*tablc New-York ct* eiin feel n.iihing but, deteatatlon and cun tompt. It has ranominated this year aonte of th? vileet men that evet poUuted tha air of tho Stata OapHol. Baaao ol Ita candidatea ln die Aaaembly distrirt^ ought to lx> in tln. peni lontiary or in a >tate prisnn raihor than taking |)art in the leyglalatJon ol the Imperial State ol the I'nlon. No one rantttrea to deny thla fact. \.\ci.. ono kn..Av- t,h,?t Ajmp of the Taaimany Aaaemblymen are bribe-takera, Rtrikera, blach mailera, thoroughlj diahoncai raacala, and yel Tamrnaay baa the brazen impudi n. e to a-L tho roters of New-York fo aoad s.n !i brui t.. Ubaay. ln ovory diatrict which by hard work and lair and logitlmate pfforta ran poaaibly bo car rii'd by tha Republicana, tho utmoal artivitj should be diaplayad nntil aftcr the vote la (viiint.d on Khciion Day. If the Republicana ,,f tho Mth Aaaembly Diatrid allow a Detno crnt, t?> be sent fo Albany from thal diatrid they "ill loso th" good opinion of patriotic and decenl Amencana tbroughoul the country. Tam in.iiiA baa nomtnated Percival Parquhar In ih it diatrict. a man withool aelf-reaperl or ;;<.<?1 repute, who aeted as tho lervile too] of the woraf elomenta of Tammany Hall ln introducing and puahing al AIdbbj la-t winter tho infa m his l.li'iii.n Inaped ?' i.ill. which Tammany intended thoft, and Intcnda now, t.. uae a.s a tremendona iuatrument of enorraoua frauda In tln' coming election. Parquhar oughl by all mcana I i bo defeated, and l . \v. I'eabody, tho pxcollenl and well-equipped Republican can* dnl.it ?, oughl to be elected. Parquhar. isrea i ii. "? in the state Legialaturo for another term aaiII be moal diairracoful t.. tho votera <>r the Mth I?i-t.i<t and to the whole city. Everj Now-Yorker i- tamiliar Aiith tho sin ful apeotaclo which the Tammanj Aldermen mako of thekaadvea overy year ii the Cltj II;,ii. Tbo oolj waj i i Improve the atav aphero ni ihe Board of Aldermen'a chamber, and t> bring aboul any Improvemenl atnoog tha Al? dermen. i? 80 bend as manj w. Uie Hoiiiildiiiin rjandidatea aa poadble to tho Muniripal Cham lier. All io.sp.-?tal?le and high-nund. d citizens ought to unite rrith Republicana in thia txaav paign in aupportlng the Republican eandidatea in pn ference to tahoae of Tammany Ilall. They will be Bimply doing their duty and pronxoting their own best intereata and tboae <?r their fcllow-citizens. Obo roBgreaa dtotrict wblch the Republicans cu?ht to redeem thla year la that compt*udag the ? ,.. i.f Orange, i.'o.-klami aad SolUvan. Um make-tip of the diatriet is unehaaged under the new apportlonment, but it M aow tl.e xvilth, b> s,,.;,,i ,,i the Wth. The Demoerata have re? nominated Henry Baoon, who waa eleeted two veara Bgo by a plurallty of l,57B. Mr. Bacoa . !,iif ;m extraordioarily popular man. and in Bockland County in particular tbe regular Dena ocratifl majority will prohably be 6<-riously re duced. Franela Marvin, tlio Republican eaadl ,i;,t,. for CongreoB, ia able and popular and will make 11 ?<)<>d run. Tl.e district in a elose one. In 1888 the Republicaa eaxtdidate, Mr. Stivcrx. ear i:i.,| if by Id votes. It cm l? enrried for the i:..p iblicana 9gala thia year. Mr. Marvin atanda tor the protoction of the farraera, the rnanttfaetr urere, the worklna^Ben of the diatriet. Mr. Baeon Bteoda on the Cbieage pUtform?that la to S1V. he Btanda for Free Trade. - 4?--? Tho eloquent and lactalve Bpeeeh whieh Fred criik Taylor dVUveved ln thla clty on Tbursday cveniag laat baa attraeted mueh attcntion. "The Commereial Advertiner" will roproduee it in full on Sionday?a eompliment whieh it well deaervea. Ifam has retaxnad to Gtorgla. Before laariag he pinned a "Sun" reporter dowa ln a corner and tohl him tlir.-o or four real old mouldy onei, some f whloh did duty at the BMge of Troy. Ho said ha had been teUinx- theae atoriea on the atuaap ia Ueorgia. At a meating whieh ba flddieaood in Atlanta he oheerred that the p.|-k.,-tai of the auli one.. "bulged with egga." They prohably wantol him to underatand beforehand thal they xvere ready to glve him the BBBie klnd of egp as ho .-uv them Btoriea. ; ... |t> H t aeern to l?o mueh doubt that Tammany baa got that oontraet with Mr. Cleve [and ln writing. ^ _ frlenda ?f Mayor Qrant have tlio beat of retvwna for rei >nting moat emphatleally the treat ,,?..t whieh he haa reoelved fr..m tbe TamaiaBy . , ;..s 1 it th.-y wifl lx- heard from on Rleotion Day is not ln the least doubtfal. Mr. lirant'a *; periority to the 0| ,aaisetlon whieh has endeavored to use hin. l- geoerally recognixed, nd for ite membera to flo ut and lgnore him aow treatraent. The Mayor la aol gaying anythlng abonl lt, but it is safo t.. bb xert that 1." hai been doing 9 grood deal <.f thinking for aeveral daya. His frlenda are t.-.lk in- aa wdl 99 thinktng, and they talk rlghl to the potat! too, .-?> Eve-ry Republican who rexgifltered hix aamo on ,!,, .,. .? ? ?. a/ to reglatet a row thal l,e wrill vote on Toeaday. One of the moat Import mt iifTicea, t<> ho fllled ln thia county la tbal of Addltiooal Surrogate, ere ut.-.l by a law paaaol by the Uiet Lfgulature. For tkta oflloe Tammany llall haa nonunated Frtrk T. 1'.' i erald, who ia i Irpleal Tammany man in all theae wordx hxtply. Htagerald now holda the of fjoa of Uegiater, whteh, by his own eonfeaaioB, ba usea aimply aa a Tammany anu.-x. IIih Ideaa of publio ohioa are oLgbg loweat Ria praetjoa at r I -. beej v.ry ilmitcd. He M utterlv dc voi 1 of the ludialal quaiity and of that dVUoaey of organizai '.a xvhlch lo moat desirahle in aa of Belal whooa deaiinga are largely with widowa and orphana lt ta really 9 groaa outragje on the p ib llc to propoax; aaoh ft man for such an offlOB. Ou the other hand, the Republican caudidato, John v. Smlth, ii admirably aquipped for tha poet of AthUtional Surrogate. He ta 9 lawyer of tho higheal Mandiag, and hiis a large practice. He i.s a man of eduoatloa and reflnement and in every reapeet ta xx4*11 tltted to diaMharge th* duttaa of thla ofBee wlth tact aod dlsoretion nnd to tlie sat tafaetioa of all who bara deallnga xvitli the Sur Fitggerald riehly deaervea defeaa, He ean be defeated if all the men who believa that ? candldate ahoxtld have Btaeaa for tho ofTloe Ii* aeeka anite ln latartf aupport of Mr. fimlth. The Republicaa p?rty deaervea to win, and lhal lx a nmt-rate reaaoa for tMlierlag that it lx golag tn wla. Atnont: tl.e m at ard'-nt anl enthuaiaatlo W 1 k 1 f,,r tha noauBBttou of Mr Cleveland at ( waa Mr, Henry Oeorga Ti.is e*e?tiemaa addreaaod ,1 Democratla ruootlag ln Brooklya on EYiday nlght, aad a part of wl ? ? I, aa reported la 9 '.. ??;, cratlc paper, waa ux foUowai 1 :? v tuik ..r Bberty. Ubartyl lx>oU at Put l'*.n n . ? bere to U1U i? ui .! Bbor v l I^ok at that oIU I.. Ui UlalBO, xrltii f>ri'> Iee' ln tlio grave. tfarlltx up to nuilie IJ> .uie ape.-oh nnd l.r.-.-ithlnK thMU-ch it 1.B re?i of the Ratton fix.ni wf-.i^h we drew our poUtlcal Mplrationa. our language, our lofttesl l-L-alx, i: Free rrade !-? imply tha patBral trade thal goeg on wtiboul ai.v reatrirtlona betweea bjxu wbo *unt tn tmrtv Are we a Ratton ?t iuiota li I ?x* requlro wl*? '""" ln rongraaa -,o proteel a< frx.m d iog What we x\A111 to |0 1 It atrikas n/? t.hut Mr (".eorge and VTayae MaoVeagh ..nght to h? yoked up nnd ?ent aal together to aronse tho Ir>!i Deaoerato. ? ^ - The eholce of PreatdeBt llarrtaoa for aaotber tenn will 1m? the eholce ol National lmnor and prosperity for another tcrm. 'lhis ia one ot tho thinga whieh aobody denieaTand whioh 9 majoiity of the people will bear in miad ai the po;I>. I i. -?j UlBMllma of the Amherst Alnmnl Axsn elation of thla olty who have italted ia 9 pro teai Bgaiaat the reeeat dtaplay oi partlaanahip by a Bumber of Ajaherat profeaaora have takea a ^tep that cdlege men neneraily will Bpprove. It in mueh to tho oredll of Preaideat liut-.'x, ^Ttlio.t^Ti be la an earaeat RapubUeaa, that he hun uiatn talned 9 moat digniiiod attitude, aad refuaed t.. i.e drawa lato aay potttteal ooolravegay. Thi ripht. of ft BOllegO prol.xxeor to tJiink and aol pi.liti ally ax be pleaaea ta undeolablej biit lt in a differenl thiag whea a deaea or more arafeaaora giga a "parttaan appeal, haviag for ltn abjeel merely the oreati u> of poUtlcal oapital." W'e ar.? aure thal the alumai of any cellega wi.ul.i be iuetifled in reaeating atoutly an uiteuipt lo make th.-ir Aima M.it.T ;i|i|M*nr in the lltfht of a partlaan Lnatltution._ Eaough BepublicaBB have regiategaed t.> 1 aaran t,.,. , up .11 lid vlotory naleaa aa aapracedeeited number of Republloaa votera atay :it bome ..n F.Wtinn Day. Thal taa'l what they regtotereil f..r tliia year. a>- - ? ln bia iddreaa t.. the Tammany lendera on Thara ,l,,\ afteraoon Richaitl t'roker declared thal the Kopui.li'an party oi tn-day is not the Republican party ol thlrtj yeara ago; that it is n..t the party ,.f l.iii'-oln, Siiiniii-r and 1 baae. Waa Mr. Croker gupportlag the Republican party tliirt.v yeiirn agof l>i.l be ever aupport the party <?f Ltaeola, Sumner and ih..--:' li bad beea Buppoaed that Mr. Croker BOfl e -d tnnre intollu'enre than to rep-.it this parn.t-like refrain of the Hugwump B6W9 papera. _ _ Mr Cleveland oaoe remarked apropoa "f aorae thiag or nothlng-we forgel whieh?that "the Hoil r.-m 11 n-a." lt La the general opinlon thal the ra>u baa Bcoumulotcd rapidly alnce Qevdand made bia bargaln mt!. Croker. ' "Th<? N'.-u \ rk Woii.i" auaerta that it fogxaiga gooda Invotoed al 1*43,000,000 are importad, tii?< cotire duty Ihor4*on mual ho pald by tl." Amerl? can conauaiera, Thla boary deception ought to aeed in> farther expoaure. A boa of vTekah tm platea uaod t.. eoet 9 buyer la thix mark.-t **'. -.'.'.; that I*, it 0061 abroad -so mach ihat uftvr paylag I <vnt p.-i pound dut.v it sold hero for $M 25. The aama boa af tlaplatea is n m 90k] abroad tn Ameriean buyera ao oheaply that, after paylag .'..? oentfl 96r pound duty, ii sl?ll^ her.. foi .*?',?>'-'.'. Atneri..-an MfMuaaera l^iy i;i that oa.xo exaotly tho same prtce aa before. The foroign makers pay the increased duty for the privi!eg0 0f solling i this BRBnaat 1'reois.dy tho aaine b tru* of maoy worsted gooda and othor articl.-* (,n which dutiea were raifsod in 1800. Tho tuan who doee not *?? that, in auch cases, fhe duty is actually pald by tho foreign maker to th* Amerlcan ror,suni*r, in tho lowet prioe gxed for goods, aa an iridiio?. moal to buy foreign inetoad of domestic produete, has just B9BBB BBOBgh to be a Demoirat. oi Tho BBUI who frivos credcnce to the Democrattg talc of woe ahout Republican frauds in thia, strong hold of I>rnoeratio, ruisrulo and rascality is eapa blc of puttinjj up lii'4 last dolla'r for the lcgal ej. pens? of provinji titl* to an Kngliah estate valued at four or ilve hundred n.illi'.n-. It Ls aaid at Demoerntio hcid.piarters that thrro are auch mea. It ii a!eo ?aid in Kngland that ther* are no auoh e^tates. ' B When the country Ih bo pro<?peroiis why shonli any reasonable man want B change, with the io, evitahle OOBfoBBbW, di?turbaniv? of huaineas aai unscttliag of Yalaaa which must follow? PER&OXAL. Professor Angelo Heilptin. who conducted tha pp.iry rellef expedltlon, has Just been lecturlng la I'hllndelphla on Arcflc p.xplomUon! and expr**?.*s tho h*ll*f that th* N'orth Pole xvlll ba dlscovpj-d wltbto a f*w y*ars. Fhlllp B. ThompsonJ of Harrodaboxg, Ky., tormerly a metnber of Oongre-ss, cpM.rated his goldan veddlng thls w*ek. He h.ia thr*? grown-up ohlldron and aeveral grund'-hlldrpn. The Duke of V*ragua, the desoendant of roliimbna, who !,as promlaed to vlslt Amerloa as the. gu*st of tha .N'atton n*xt year. has recelved the famous order of tha Oolden Fl**ce from the Queen Re;*nt of Spain. The deroratlon wai glven to hlm,' Rpanlsh pap*rs say, aa a reas9BBeaeo for rhe llttle attenUon pald to hlm durlng fhe Columbus C'olebratlon. ln Spnln. Tba <;.,ld*n n**o* ls one of the most famous ord*rs ln EUTOpe, xnd li worn, a.s a rule, by memhera of rullne fnrr.Hlea. Huhbard T. smlth, who wrot* the mu.Mii of " liBBBB to My Taln of 'Woe," Is a clerk In th* Treavirv Do. pnrtment, and a favorlt* ln sorlety at the r.,pital, 11* ls B Hooater by l.lrth, and ono* tfavajkka Ul Fraaila fTliaoa's company. Robert Grant, professor of astronomy In tb* l.'nl v*rslty of Glaigow, who dl*d r***ntly ot tho xge of lerenty-otght y*ar-J studled ln PnrLs, und*r Arago and Levarrtar. Ii!s " Htatory of iBQBBoal Astronomy,* writt*a nt un *arly st'igo of Bta BBrOBP, no doubt hnd mneh to do with Beeartag his enga?*ment nt Gln*;ow ln 1*50. H* ls er-dltp.1 with b*lng the flrst p?r?on to announra th,. exlxtenca of a conMnuous *:iv*Iopp abo.it tha aun, h,. havlng obaervei lu- acarlet waA*s on poaka from tha Hlm.ilayas ln 1800. LaetarlBg upon Oea>aral chari** Laa, of th* Reeafa* Uon, nofaaaoff John Fi-kp aaya that thp arreBMaaaj hapreaak n tiiat tbat aaaoar eraa of th* same fomiiy us Kot.ert F.. Lee?whloh Ls taken a.s an explana'lon why the lritter ai-os disloyal to his country?is BnaBBJ prpval-nf. G*n*ral Ghnrles Lee. howev*r, WB8 horn ln F.ngland. He had a captaln's rommKslon at th* hc* ,,f ..["V.-n! and servod In I'ortugal, IVlar.d. Tirkay nnd th* FTPncli and Indlan wnrs of the Amerlran ,..',.,nl*<. i,*f.,r* the K*volution. In vlew of !.is treai hery, I-ee*a .apture by thp Brltlah Profeaaor Flsk* r*k'Drds a blesslng lti dbtrulaa to th* Am.Ti.an , auoe. M. de M*rs, ErkM Mlnlst'T of Knseta? now on a leavn of abaarkflB on areount of 111 h?alth, nrcordlng to foreign papen, avIU n*v*r agaln oivupy hts r*.-pon.-i. ble plaee. Tho C'wir. how*ver," ^as a.sk*d hlm to r*m;iia nt th* h*nd of th* dlplomatlc iv^lv ns long aa h* Uv*8, just as dld GortH'-iiakotf, aft*r lollnquttnlng a gr*at part of i.ls power. M. schtsrhkin. It ls .sald. afg c.,fitlnu* to dir*. t t^e for*kn rHailona of the Emplre, >:. d? Glers has gr*at ronfldenr* ln his younget assoclate. -____^.^?^??______. THK TALK OF THE DAY. People ln the churcb**. who have be*n dlsturb*d by tho hlgher crltlrtsm of the Blble will be glad to knoa? thut tho rjuev.lon ls s*itl*d for good and all. A cl*rgr. man read an eaaay before aome Fhllidelphta cl*rg.vn*ii on Monday, ln whleb he deflned tha hlgher ertildsm aa " po-!tlv? rotten, comparatlve rottener, ard sup, rla'lva rottencst." And thaa he proc*<-1. d to have h ?- of fnn with tba hlgher crttlca, by ahowing up th*lr aosurg lgnorfuieo ln n way that pleased his audltors very mueh. Mnie. Trnplno?Yon told me, elr, tbat all I hnd to do was fo leavo the tahleeloth ootalda durlng th* r.lght and th* frult stalns would dlMpP*<ir. Well. I dji ?o luxt iBgkt. " Ai,: th?n the .u,i--" " :' ?: lt was the tahleeloth that dl-appeared .'"?Irv. tmaafgaaBt, Kight years- aeo, while a PhUadelptda man BM trv Ing on a new sult of r-othea ln a olothtr.g store. BBBBB OM BlBlB hix Avatch. The auit he bOBtgkt was wora out yeara ago, but the auit h* btoagkl u.a. st the pix prlutor* for the valuo of Ma watch 1- etlll as pBdi aa n?w. Thera waa a tlttor from the ranla as the caprala of fhe Young Laidles' M.irehlng Club turr.ed to salu'0 the r*vi*' Ing part] ? ?? Attentlon 1* ahouted that Important ottlcer. puttlng ao ber aaoat n.nitary alr Bai growBig rod la U\? la ?'. Boom nieea orere itraightened nnd othera grew m?re l ii r??-),.,14* in thla order. The !t: * awept <".. A suppr*!-s*d glg?l* or two roaehei tt:? <*an? of ttie comniatMor, who ?i*w redier st lll. i ? llue swi.pt oa. the eapuln ru-':*d up t? th* aeeooi piato^a an.1 remarked ln a l.oan* AAldsper: ? Ba). Laura, N my in*k hatr comlng downf And the llno awep4 0B-? Detrolt TnLun*. ? You ahould liik* mor* exerels*.* sald a doctor, aeeordlag to "Th* Boaton Tran-*ripf." "Mara eiarotar 1" atrlalmti tbr fattrat. "F 'i_ yon :ir* not a'Aiir* Uiat I beloug 10 an athletlo tBtb und the BplBBOBal ehureh " lB Sojii.-'O, I^utse!-1 exclalmad Mlfg Wallflower, " whot do vott Uiln'..'' ?? What ts Rl" a-sk.nl BBBB WaRBowort dfarest friend. ? 1'va hnd ihree offera of mirrlag* fhU waek. ?And your un*l*'s win ln youi favor wns *nlf made known lust A(*ek: oh, the wonderful r?1*'** >>f Baoaeyl" (Flttabairg Chronlcle. Th* Kev. .Mr. Arney, the MetkOilot nilnlater. of Mleblgaa, wka gav* up paeaiklag a f*'v months aga la ord*r fo go on the tu:f. baa kaB tha turt ln order M go Into the mlnlstry agaln. TO THF. MODRRR OIBL. -A man's B man for a" that."-Buina. What tho' a/rayoi, fulr renegade, In lalkBT BiaiO and a' that. clo4* iittiiig shirt af eeaati sirt. In bOil ed shlrt and a' that: Rhai th *' you thua aDpaar tt ktfBa. BO txll and allm and a' tra-? Whnt'n man thst vu.i th >uld BBBBM hlral A gtrl's a g>rl for a1 ihat. WTmt tho' vou BBBW fall ahort the haJr, AflBuaaa th* alr and a' that; Wluit tho' In cxiat and veat and alr You ap* Ih. men and a' that: What tho* vou try wtlh Oxfoid lle, With fjiir ln l.and and ia' that, Yo, 'II BBiaratani lt Uy and by ? A glrl's t. girl for a' lhat. .HiiApenders, to,>. Of rtvtd blue ur ,,th*r hue and a' that. linni. dbat g.rl. yoa do not hld* ii ii t wear outsMe aai a' that. Yoa*ea aef io man buVrlor, 4jf eoarae yiWia b d and a1 ihat, Lui ireaa la uutta extortbr?? .\ glrl'i a gfrt tbr a' that. And Avould vou amnke Ui* ilgHivitet And w i.ild gou bei ii.il a' that I Ani would you don tbo walhlng-elleE, Kalae merry alcb aad a' thal ' And Av.iui.i vou on your kaea pr..t)oaa, To rulgar man aad a" th.it I Win. nov elever teUb* knoaa A gtrl's a glrl for a1 thm. Y?u f iii.aa PaaMoa'a ups aai tavaB in bata ard gown ani a' tbat. You're Av.indisiu- tli-lil* AAlth rOW frownB And -mil*. and ailea and a* that. Yet, lacky lass. thal aaraa th* earth, You nuughtv. baughty aatoeral You pith ..' nonaenao, prhte o' wortk, We love vou more for a' lhat. ?ilnlnc 8. Inderhlll. ln kotpa. "No." -nld a Ltoatoa glrl In a aueet .ar the otha. dav. "I can't go to Moiltste's to 800 tli* hats ORB vou mucb n? I should l!ke to. It would mxke ma late t.. mr vermlc.'lll !**-on.- "Have yo'i la.im.dl baak yatf" "Oh, MoaRy. exo.uisit... dirtr.piy- a ii.'ver ireaaaei araat kaab aatgal be baf bo." Rora Informatl m. Tommy-lV.w, irhaf ls n?P''''al PrnylOeneol ... _ . tht Mr. Flgg it eeeara arhea aorae other f*n.a hip? rtrtlra of a mtafortune thal wonl.t .iiierwi-* nava kappenai to youreelf. Hadkumpoaa Joaiaau. ?Tko CeaxgregaBeoaBat,' af Bialaa, h?s foii*-*l ti.* raaaabn aet by ao maay reBaaaaa, arleiitittr. B9> ?iha- aad t.ii.l* journals Ly glowianag th* |.iink*B <h**t nud comlng out ln BBHRttahM aaraa. I n<l*r na ibl* und rtl-.-itinlnailng eMtorebip M tki K-'V. DP. A. B, Dimnlng the pap*r la lakng hlgll iank B9BB8BJ the oui hula of Its ?1.4 s. ., hoA-e to nvo ap to 1.980 BaaaaBBaaal -ubicaga rr.buua