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ABIinvs THEATRE 1:15 cinderella. AMBROS-! PARK, Booth Brooklyn :'. -S.J5?Buffalo mil's w,id W( t, AMKKI'WN" 'i ilKATUK -K- Roof CWMaa and Vaudeville ATLANTIC OAROBN, .'.-" i.vl f.l l'rv.\ .--ry-10 a. in. to 10 p. m.?('-ru-.-rt nnd Yu vi.-ville. BROADWAT THEATRE 1:19 Tabasss. CASINO 9 Th* Pa-atng lui >w. i,n.'Mi.l's THEATRE b:l.' Tha Pirating Rlr.!_ EDEN Ml'SBE ll t, ll World In Was. PINE ARTS BIT-DINO, ZIG Wi ? -Tth-at-t a. m. t . ii n. m. Qr) up Exhibition, OARPEN THEATRE 1:13 V.C. KOSTER .s Bl U.'8> s \ ... i. . MADISON BQL'ARB ROOK OARDEN c VaudevtUa, MADISON SQUARE OARDEN - I '* Band. PROCTOR'S IO a v. t. 10:30 p. tn Vaudeville. I-..!... OROtrNDS i ' . -: ll. STANDARD THEATRE ?:1S Sam'l ot r TERRACE OARDEN MUSIC HALI. _:13 Vaudevllla TOKT PAST IR'S S */ u !? viii* UTI I FTKKVT THEATRE H "ennesse*'* Pr-dr cr. sinbct to -\bncrtiGcmciilG. I'.a- Col. 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" '? nd 77th ats. 1,02)8 s! sv* IM East ITth-St . corner Sd-ave. sst B-lton-st Xalb-av* . 1.2*3, rroo7<T.YN" orFiCES. 1 IBS Myrtl, av* . 83 ? ? ?ve. I^v^^tiT^Dmls Stiitme FOUNDED BY HORACE GREELEY. MONDAY, JUNE 11. I1-"!. TWELVE PAGES. THE M US nils MORXIXG. T r. Igrn Tbs fei i 1 ? V : n li Germs ny la that the It ? little for thi Emperor William's cai on Baturd ty. Tl ? Fop* :"'s <- :i ?' ? his at titu.l.' to-.s'.ir.t cremation. DomeeUc One e lee striker wai I two wore t itally w >un led In a at Lem sit, Penn. The ti of thc Ohio River near Whe ling were hai I l.y strlki : tempt wai to 1.1. .ss- np a i i train IV ir Masslll Berm os were i Prlnc -ton. Vast nth * e v pe* ????. by the cap g of ai ]:: arster*s, V. Y ; three lis.-s were similar accident In Illinois. ry t . the Columbi iV i. itt sm serb,u.-i than had be, n rep City and Subui I generally ? t to talk t th secrel ic . Hon on exhtbitli n at Com trainer, a ?A 'gas Brooklyn; it woman was severely -.. - were badly fright! ned The po ii un "usual efr.,r:s t . ? ? .. S larg ? number ?.?: arrests d .:? b-< - calaure.-ito senrion for Columl rs -s ls preached i.y th- Rev. Dr. R, fi rs. The Riv. Itv. Iglehart pres rt l .r serm ??! on the "results of tin- police Investigation, Exer? cises appropriate to "Children's Day" wei In a Bomber of Method!* Churches. Tl:.- Weather for to-day: Generally fair. Temperature yesterday: Lowest, ? highest, BB; average, 1 Persona QOi*a "?f of tOWB fir thr tutnnncr, either Vi tin- Hummer' mun t.i t.f iii ir eoBatry BmBteS, ("tn BBTA the Ihnhi mai Siintin,/ 'lr>l,nu, m<nhil I,, them for $1.00 p'-r %BOBtB\OT .*?.'..")(? for thrtt mut'!,*. TrareiltrB in Uttropt can FBBBBBw The Tribune thtriixi their abBSWCB for $1.69 per month, foreign pottage paitL. or 94.4- for three montim. 'lin addrtta of the paper wilt be ehemoed ok offu cs detired. In lils: 7.f il f..r (. oiioiiiv, "Wilt. -l-l. ??-" ll.iliiiiiti loses siLflit of pverytblng oise. IV-* tloslre lo cut <1<>w xi the Indian Approprlatioi) Mil is so ?-n,.'i! that be (Lu's not seem to bare s clvir Idas of Jii-st winn lie bas done, beyond apply Ink ilu' knife with a band .-it once rigorous mid rackle--. Two or three days san be was taken to task sbarply by Itepresentatlves wbo un* friendly to tin* liiiliutis. :.!i(l it was easily kIiowh that aa-ertiona Biadc by bini were nol boruo ont by tin- __pta. It is eba ri table t.. sun ->..?..? that H.-inuin bad'forgotton tbe details of the hill The episode oogbi to )"? a warning to him in tbe future. .It undoubtedly will lead to ii eai-fnl scnMinj of whatever statements be may hereafter snake in the 1 loose. N.> further li^'ht h.is been thrown upon Mr. Croker, myaterkina departuro; .?niii.w.-iiiy, v., do not sea ihat any further light i> needed. HU flight ls si'lf-ex.--lunntory. The reason for li Ih as philti an a pikestaff. It is said In.Script* ure that a pnideiit mun foreteeth tho evil and hidiMh himself. Croker has never i>o<':i .?. of lack!ni; worldly wind.un. Ile foresaw wliui is ciunlug, and autlcipiitluj; severe tlnmd)'r and ligbtning, hos rushed to safe cover. Already Hie question is a?ked Whether he will ever r> ttiru to tho city OfSf wblcli he hus for u number of years been the iibsolnte iimiciivh. lt is j),)* siiiie that his hraitii rnuy require Us pw HIS IIS Ul residence Lu a more Caroeahle elitu.ite than New-York affords; and several yean .i!~r'> some af Tweed's associates sat aa cxai:t*>lc lu ezl-Ulfl themselves that Croker may think lt wise io imitate. At any-rale, thi-ro ls a pretty wide spread opinion that h- will stay In Europe mi tbe Lexow storm blows over. No Intelligent clergyman can fall to approcl ;i;,. tho significance of tbe disclosures recently niailf regarding the rottenness of a part, at least, ot' i!n> Police Department. Home of tbe preachers yesterday wen- sufficiently public spirited to comment on iii.- facts made known ai.i deduce morals therefrom. Tn.' questions Involved ar.- essentially question*, of morality, iin,l therefore pre-eminently *, roper topics t',,r pulpit discussion. There ls and there can be no politics in these exposures. The fact** must all lt.- laid bare, to tbe end that thc guilty may bo punished and sweeping reforms he established. All g.1 eltisens mnsl nnlte not only In holding np the hands "f the Invest Iga t? Inx Committee, hui in wiping oin Ibe corrupt influence which lias made ihese thine-** possible. PBOFED UNWORTHINESS. Tl),- debate In tin* Renate lias not been use. leas nora wanton waste of lime. Ir has Itrought before tbe country very clearly tbe emir.' un? worthiness oi' ih" Democratic party for tho re? sponsibilities <,f government. Tbe testimony before Ihe committee which ls laboriously avoid? ing Investigation of the Sugar scandal, nial tbe whole conduei of thc party in i? iver regarding iii" sugar duty, make Its unfitness for public trnsi disgracefully dear. 'rh.. House had passed a Tariff for Deficit. Th" bill was a confession ol' most shameful Incompetency, mid prominent i? .-rats iii comments upon i' declared willi isis that li musi if greatly altered. Tbs Hons,- had thrown away |7i?,IBI0,ikhi of revenue ri,, \ .1 e.'.. I from duties ..n imp >rts. in i:.- b'nv Trade fanaticism, bad sweetened tbe Whiskey ring, but had nol dared lo Impose ..flier duties to make up ihe deficit. Ar once pnmiJneul rats of the Administration snd of the s' nate, according to organs of thal party, de? clared thai ;i duty ou sugar must be added lu order t > raise a Milli i, nt revenue, The j matinee wein t.> work avowedly '.?? 'h" bill yield revenue enough, sod ibis I have ib>ne by a simple duty of I cent P"r pound o', all sugar, In accordance with tlc i" 1>, ai (eratic party that il would eliminate Protection But no -,,?>ij.t v.-.is (his proposed than leading Democrats warned iinmitteo thal Ihe Sugar Trust, being coin I aluin il e'holly ?,f 1 lei.rats \\ hose he ivy hull rn - lo the .? impalgn run,I had !?". u . * nlscs of leglsluthe lr.or, must be pim ,',!. T.si were so pu ii de that Sena), \ ? . I i un of the il ? ?. il in.!.: li necessary lo declare that Trnsi *.h mid I,..' gi' any favor what hi * cousent, 1!" ?! >es : tl .-""lu I ? have ..,?.'? 1 Ids own rote, The 1. il was 1 r i 1. I with . duty for the Trust by the de Ul a t ?te of Si loi Mi ,' non. viIn,s,- transaction In - he la -till explaining. Bul the protective duty was :. o.m. an I Senators enough were i ? lo endanger the success of ihe bill. A caucus was held, an I Senators Jon. ?. re anthorixi .lt.. make such ? Icm.. ? be found w ** iry> With b i j nil ?? wanl of st ? inlempl iov public i lon, Senators of ? hil .ully pledg. d ...... \ be ;. ade. I; -I tes not ra iti ? ? to the ll ll ol Sal ' wa* ires in a profit a bli |i . ' not was in pr (cr ??-. . * i in Vi ill Stn el knew, \. .iii lin Information from hour lo hour In regard I proposed and Ibe il ?? In - ag*, of tlc Tariff Users ut Wi ir !> Senators negli I ni,!,, prlvllegt < on Sugar si -ck, wbicb gu t l a share in pr lits with .ttl any risk nf los*, they were a mazing!.' dull Their v.,'.- uer,. want's], and by men who ??? to gel the a. If Ihe so ? lilt il luv< , ul] either ol Bli ? " ' ,.,'i-. in Suga** remited in protlis : >r people ai Wash lutftoii, iii ?>? would \ ? tj likely (Ind oui i ?!??? 11, io.,, rats of the <? unuiittoe du lo know. With ! i . ara I lc Senator* pl. ?'.-? .1 lo r< any Bill "f Sale that might 1?- foutl 1 I .-./?v, it ls not strange thal Messrs, .lom** uud V ? i',.uud i: niH*e -.r.. lo satisfy the Sugar Tin -; v. ry c mpletely. Ii appc ' i Sen at. r's slaieiiicnl thal ? lien I Was ! alala f wll.'H r-u. ir, Mr. M.i\ ??. ? , ,, 0.-.1" to be lu another rn un in ll 1 111 ? e hen> the 1 ; ut lea mi one lin ?', I : I il him In pi'i ? ate, Mr I I lieen be happene ! 1 . kuov ..',,.: l] ? m. 'ting, and to lie private lions*', rvudy to be - ? 1. ii il tier 'I'll- se icu when 11 ? .- much a roi )ii I. Tl ? nu ?-ur'- finally reporte l no* only . the Trust ;i dlfl re iti ,1 duty for pro'. eqiilval ni to 42\tj ceil's *,.-,? loo pounds, |*q| also -Mistponed to nexl January the euforc**. menl nf 'le new duty ..ti raw sugar. This was ptly explalneil by Democrstic correspond* euts to I.** for tbe purp ..- ? ?.f enabling Ibe refiners to make their arrangenieuta in advance as io the 110x1 crop -d' -u ."ir. ,\a ibe Trust csu :;'. money euough to buy In advance all the raw sugar ll will need t.> refine for fl year, and ie. other buyer can command sneh s sum, ihe power ?,f the monopolj to p... kel the tait maj lie f np mot] ..n Un.nanum rs la ..ii viona. Tlie Ti,i-t bas l, ?."j liberal to ibe 1 >? -i 11 . eratic party, and M> some Influential persons in particular. In rellim, Congress i.s liberal tu tbs Trust. This ls tbe Dolli." rai..? mod" of raising neve dui 'lids is n sample, of Ihe purity mid re form width were ushered lu by lue election <>f a Democratic Presldenl and Congress, TO BU YCLE RIDERS T!i,-i" ls .1 pernicious babb of r. eui origin, l.ur .ii,. :,i. of wide prevalence, which ls beacom Ing more general and offensive every day. We refer to the bicycle rider's babb of croucblng over tho handle dmr <>r his machine- as if Ihe ni.rits ..f thal admirable vehicle could be dis? cerned only by >,ne whose none iu-i escapes tba Wheel. "Tbe London l.aiic-i" n year or muru ago gave Its high authority to thu assertion ibnt this practice had developed a distinct variety ..f spinal disease, to which rt gave tbe name Kypbosls Bicycllstarnm, and Tho Tribune, wu believe, was the llrst American Journal to enllsl lu tbe campaign of*opposttlon which "'lin* Lan* eel" had Initiated, utber papers have taken Ihe subject np wltb commendable devotion t?> Hie int,Tests m.) only of ihls geoerfl I ion, uut.-.f posterity, and from a sense .,r duty wo'return t,? it ourselves, Tbe designation which our BngUsb eontein porary gave t<> tbe n.-w malady may have c..n veyed to some minds thi suggestion of a Joke, bUt ill" thing Itself is, liol faeeliollS. Til.' curvature of tbe spine which tbe go-called "racing poelUon" constantly tends to and fre? quently produce* is only om* ..f I ts. nu meron** evil effects upon Ibe body. It forces nil tho vital afgans Into a neap, mid Bakes iJh* per* formance of. its special functloM hy each n la? borious task, which nature shrinks from and nt hist is compelled to shirk. And in return for all ihis mischief it affords no valuable recompense whatsoever lo ihe vast majority of riders. We are well aware that the racing position bas its uses for racers. It enables thurn to exert a Ittle more fore upon the pedals, nmi it dimln* shes io sonic extent Ihe reslstam.f Ihe at* Dospbere by reducing the surface exposed i<> it. ii ciiiii|ieiitions of speed, where a quarter of a lecond may compass the Interval between rle orv nmi defeat, it ls :i rational pxpedlenl and it to be adopted for that special purpose by ex i.'iis They can profitably stoop to conquer. it ls true, ids... thal mauufactorers, who con itsntly h.iso capacity for s]..1 In view, are ?ons!meting their machines ss ith handle-bars >f such a sh i|h- thal they li.is" :i somewhat twkwanl appearance when raised lo a eon renienl height. But rivalry makes Ihem eager y responsive to the demo mis nf the market, md iheir customi rs mnai bear ihe blame al Host alone. Intimations of physical derangement and prc llctlona of future misery bare little Influence, iv., know, np.m the rlctlms of ;i pernicious ia bit; and lids is especially true ss hen they re? ran] their favorite vice n* an i.otnpllabment. ("h.-re is uttie re:is..n to bone Ihat Ihe multitude if bicycle riders ssh,. r..ii over city asphalt and ?oiintry reads ostensibly for tbe benefll of Ibe 'lercise am! Ibe Joy of motton ss-lU sii straight iji.ni their wi.ls so long n* they Imagine thal ilit-y present an engaging appearance ss ith iheir ?hius on ibe bar, thal ihe Ignoble pedestrian raaea on lb< rn ss ith awe and envy and Ihe way ikle malden ivltb admiration. Itui If lijr any means they can 1"- brough! v. a knowledge of Ibe truth n blessed reform will liegln f:".>ni ih.it moment. Windi. If ever, Ihey realise thal a i'm v. ll*i In Ihe racing position i* a bklinius ob le.-t, whom 'twere rank Hatti ry tn call a human .olin", they will risc to the level nf Ihe oppor unities which an excellent invention i,.?.-:..ss, lp< :i th- iii. In ibelr present stale of ohtti - less they product1 a variety nf affllctiug s. iis:, ions in ell Impartial tiebold) rs. Il ls i ol a ? ?? y tli.it Ibo deformities which lii-y expose are 0 orlnre I - Ihe eves Their posture I* like I ? Hi.- min.I. a* .''.oiy affectation .-, Ii is impossible to determine precisely ss liv ind h.>ss so,ii- things willoh in ihe mid light if reason do ti"' seem lo Jostlf) .i large es lendltoi. of lv.-iii:.- nevertheless have Ihe 'acuity of suggesting a personal affronl and ?xas|M*ratlng Ute temper Thus John Randolph 'rankly acknowledged thai he would go a mlle mt of his way at tiny lime t.> kick a sheep We would gladly 1..-II. v.- ilia) Iii ? tiley le rider* of Ameriea, alni dj sn Inmnuerabli will lie in..!- t.. see the error of ibdr ways, ind s> o should rejoice to lie re koiicd onion it hose ssii.. bad lu Iped lu o] en lli**ir i-j -?* Tli?y lave command of a machine whi<-h I* admirably i". 1 f ir Ihe Si :' Ice alni eiij >* ni-nt ..f man, ilih ls i a] "'.1". '?? ei ? ;' Im [-arlin*: more nea ri) than ans other ibe ????iv i if n hird ii|. m Ihe sv >''y lb.il ir sh,,ubi he I i)UV( rti*d . I , u'l-e of | : .-".,:. ??. AS /" "BOSSISM'' Elset" here in Ibis p ?; >r ss. [ii ii ? n command ? A Dr. ii - \V vs ,, ??rhum, lal lug ci io tl ' rrllilllie ss ii!, ref, i ell, r Iii I lion of I I llIS I?11 i .. I tr n\ luterburti *u ? -. the ' ? bli I exp he IV;.u! 1 ' nilly ad I ? In dtlO I' '""'' :" lb pilbil, .ii:-, ssh-. poll, j. bm lui ' o I; s - > a v i ? 11 I: - ? . 'rom ol r -.ss,, ou the aubjecl of ind . s en ss ken Hie WI I to be na I,-,-. ?-- ii ly ss ui i ? si .? ii.is i> ? . . \. r ?im. patti . ' Htiswi r" m 'tumetli :i V, And We to lu lei et] * .1 .???..I effc " In I to I V.n th.< ; U ..f the !? ' ' . v dm, - ? i he Trihi! ? . ' iltiiall" i have li ' i al ? lu Mn i th Dr A | ' s\ i'll .i |irett" ii i iii ili:it Th,- Tl ibillie, kim s it hat Ibe obj.*. ' of ' Ihe -I - I'oVel.leUl*' V lo (',v Ilia Kepllhllciltl part M., s." and iliul ex Senator Platt I* to lie ihat Un ?: .??-.clous Iii de? riblli*' . i\, ii. nt ii- "a protest against li - - . t mildly, il tlou is entirely erroneuti* Kx.-.pt thal Mr. Plait * ? io re was 1 .'-nil expn ? - -i In au Inti r riew his opinl ni thal il w is m ? di ,1, ami would . ? n the ell) ai l Kl ile, we have ii il ? b ii.u li- hu - ' live or prominent in lt, or, -deed, that Ii- bas bad any connection what ?ver s\ [th lt i ?:, il ? contrary, sv.- recall >n :ss., ur 'hr.?custon* during ihe prog if ihe tss i 11,ml,n..nts ike newspapers, which .t Ural seemed uncommonly anxious to conned Mr lia it's uanic with the tess- organlza) is.ro quite merrj over lbw uncertainty ..f thai tenth-man's |iosltlou and ihe possibility thal be "nigh! after nil favor tbe moremeul directed by ['oloncl Hllss There ssas something suspicion* In til- persistency sith which Colonel Bliss's follower-: emin'.:..] Mr Platt'* name sith the Milh.>lliin.1 movement II looked very much like raisins up a bugbear, and ss- have a > treated lt I?r Wluterbnrn himself Mts forth a Utile later in bis communication lb* condltkms whb li provoked the uprising nf ibe young Repun lleans and brough! Mr. Mllbolland lo tba front in tho reorganisation. He says, and says truly, Ihat "in UiiM county ihe Itepubltcau voter Iud in, m.,re to do with the naming <>f the ii.kel than he lind with regulating the weather. Th" r.m.immy ticket and iii" Republican ticket were made ti[i by the liosses, nmi we could vote ns ss.- were tobi or stay nt home." Precisely, Mr Mllbolland had run np agnlu*d just thai stat.' of iitT:iIr-s when h" endeavored t.. enroll in ibe Nlth District Republican Association In order IO have n voice In naming the tlckel ss hi. li iis :i Republican he was expected lo vote for. What ?Bithry reaaon was lhere why be, a areli known, ictlve-worklng Republican, sboukl nol be per mit ted to have a voice in the primaries of ihe linns? None whatever, except thal the "Bose" nf Hie district. Colonel f_ej>rgr miss, willed ir other wise. Upon frivolous technicalities Colonel llliss k?)|it lilin ont. That was "Bossism" In Ibe concrete, and Mllhollam] had personal ex* perlmce of it. Was ir r-rr:111?_?.- ihat ss hm the Republican masses began lo protest against "Bossism'' lh si November Mr. Mllbolland ssas on hand with a strong personal Interesi In fir Im.: thal protest form and Farrel Was ii strange that*hs persisted In carrying forward ibe re? organisation be bnd undertaken when ln> saw thal the only other roovemeoi in timi direction was openly controlled and directed by L'olouel BUaa, who w:is it* central Bgvrel ls The Trib Use "dislngcanous," then, io describing Ibe Mil holland movement as "a protest agalnsl Ba ism'"? We think not. winn ijr. wintcfiiiirii says wit ii regard to ibe nomination of Mr. Qglgg for Congress |g in th.. nature of sewn, lt is the Hr-t hsflrmatlon we have ever seen ilial Mr. gnltftf'* nomination was not u full, fair, free and natramnretled ra pression of the preference of the Republican voters of the district. Thal Mr. Platt f uso rei I Mr. Qnlggls nomination asay ii" true; thai h" la any seline dictated lt ls certainly not true. But If he had done SO, sad never does the Republican party worse ser vice than that, it will Le hurd to make It.-publicans believe that lils inline!. ls so per? nicious .ms his been represented. 'I'lie nomina? tion of Mr. Qulgg has turned ..ut to be a pretty good day's work for the pnrty. We feel cn* ii,I,.;,i thai h.- will I..- renominated without ,,pp,,-iii,Ul JIU,I fe elecled by til" Vote of all tile Republican* of the district, whatever their en raiment. There will be no dlffcrencea among Republicans worth speaking of, Doctor, next November._ A DUTY AND a PSI VI LEG E. Th,, terror and wrath witta which tbe police Investigation is itlllug numerous beneficiaries -if tin- Tammany system of government can easily be Imagined. They nol only see straight lines of evidence leading directly toward th.-in Bclvcs, bul tliey perceive thal they are on tbe verge of losing Ibe filthy pr.dlts of blackmail. For the exposure <,f their di-gradatlon tiny may cure Utile, but th y ar.* tortured by Ibo expecta? tion of Impoverishment. With such as these there is m. ..cusion to plead on any terms or for any purpose. If summoned t.? the witness stand Hew will reluctantly appear, provided they cannot conveniently disappear; and when 'hey ore there lacy will tell ibe truth only in case it ls dragged oui <d' them. Bul ihei-e are hundreds, pr..lui,ly thousands, of men directly <.< rn.-.l In this Investigation win. hive rio suth erins., for apprehension or motive lot- perjury Tho) ure the honest minded in, tubers , f the p,li<e force, wbo desire lo earn their moderate salaries by faithful service and 1,,,i .1 ,ei.i corruptly; who, if they have been In* ii I- nil i i ibe abominable transactions now being I.lid brue, im.' bad no partnership in Mi,, arorsi Infumloa; who taave perhaps yleklcd -,. i,ir ns f,. ..i..\ shameful orders nuder a mis taken sen-.- ..;' obligation; wh.. doubtless have .1 \ rj mun) eas**, accepting tbe system as found it. paid f >!? appointment, or subs, ipii-utl) for promotions io which their records entitled them, but who. in forfeiting to some extenl I heir *elf-ri *p -et, have pr, served their ii.,, for timi straightforward course of ? ? hui ?? i".t I.ii ipilte able to Slleh lllell QM liles." III." liol belieli'i.l l\ ??< rlct'.iiis ,.f Ta mina ny government. They : oi , ii-, share ihe suspicion sud the odium, lau h,ip to p.v the loll. They gaiu absolutely notb . fn 'ii Hi" >,pe:.iii mi of iii-- system tu whi. h by Ihelr sib'nee lhey i-onsent, and Ibey base much Tile) 1. Hie certainty of reward fol proi ..I fidelity iiimI efll ency They *.Hiers uroa rich while they remain |.r; they see that ...h..iv ,u crimes by which iudividitalri pr,.-per rind Hie i fal lone 1 is a t to favor ami prefi rinent, while t.< bc -,|>|,.. i . . attempt for cornipt prac ivlly bandit appc I, I'oaurh n ? of 'li" p"ii.e force Dr Park* liursi made au earnest nppe.il lust before his : ?? to th,-ms.-ives and to 'ii" community by which Hie) ar.npkryed, ami which wool i i | ... ?? io lu ?? ?'. ii . stablish a ?. i onfldemv, they cannot afford ?,, reji ci Hi it appc i If fear .,f ihe ronse s has ii lierto kepi lin ni silent, (tani \ li-.- |a ||0 1 ?' ;?? ?!' V lilli lil 111 " plfs.-i." ;. r of the |Mt-p|e of Sew-Yort we do not be* ::?.??' ,i - w .ul,i iiare t,. harm fl .had told tl.- imlh lo Ihe com ? ? I' !s th" duty .,f Ihe Polli e ll.,ord lo tu. li by a public Kiiuraiiti ?? ? ? litigation ls Ignored, ut on : ittis to . iperu In ihe nork nt ex* ? ? nnd rel ri Btu mid i callee that llschnnre. but .i j.rl\ iii -li" privilege of ucqnlttlug tii.-ir ? .-i.s. i.i,,,, and laying down a heavy MONET d\D Bl UXESS. T ' ... nf In In Bout I ri II ? ? ? i ? ? ? '?'? tern P ania, and a rns i n - ? I ave t.ri ? . ? when ? I refs" . alrea.l) cam wi the l-Ileni ss of ls ,| nibil-*** iMi the deo . nf Iron !? gn tt?r mimbei > ?ui ..' half a million workers In sit blindies of In snd ?. v. !,?", th* , msumptl m of pig va .? , lil.OOO i -us ar | . aboul W mpl ."1 April I, with a mptl n ,,f 126,000 tons, but eei-.iii.P. nt much s . a third ol thal torre boa i il lilli- by thi beald ? ?r. -r Inda wi mentioned ns "the i n of trouble, r.tr mora potent forces) er,* Ignored, na lr one should v.ty that h tix on tea caused th* American revolution, Prom a quarter t<> n tiiiii ,: the \t. ricing f i ?? In manufactures tuts i "i ? ,i, Loone.l to idleness for many months by tariff agitation. When long delayed demands f,,r consumption bad started .about l<> per ?'nr WW. rkS, B J. li. oilv.it, Iv e.t),| and \v.-t S"itliijf arrested distribution "f products designed for ?joline snd summer usa, snd lefl retailers so overloaded with these thal they bavs been unable to give anything like the usu.ii orders f,.r tha Call Threatened with tariff changes, manufa, lurer* do not dare lo io much bey,uni orders avctuall) received, and hasten to cancel th.-se and lo close 'heh works when occasion ls offered by scarcity of fuel <>r tbe demands of labor. Only a part of ths orders thus thrown back upon ths would.be purchasers seem t,< i> placed again with other concerns, as clothiers and other customers find their own situation lesa hopeful with the prolonged delay and ,!?? presslon. Thus s gt *l m.my textile, sh,,- and other manufacturing conoerna have been forced Into idleness, nol hy the strike alone, but by tins following much mora powerful causes. There la hope Hist Ihe conference In progresi m.iv bring about ii partial settlement, but there comes up Just nt this time .-m..tiler ra use which h.is repeatedly stopped work f,.r more than 100,000 irui workers, namely the queatlon >.t wages f.,r the coming year, Tho Amalgamated Association has presented its demand, which hus not yat peen accepted, and unless agreement ht affected within twenty days another extensive Strike will .om,- ir would bs mora easy ta pre dht agreement ir the tariff question wer.- out "I the way and the iron manufacture sustained by liberal orders, bul although many additional \v,,rks have been forced to st,,p by bick of fuel, there has been scarcely any advance In prices, though markets ara stiffer and Bessemer Iron and Mllets ir* extremelj ? iree, Chicago manu? fa it ii rem, ii is said, are actually selling som,. |-*on and steel products to New-England and Mew Tort in tha textile manufactures narrowness of orders outweighs all othet Influences, dillis are <i ling all thal they dare t,, do, and in cottons, ii reports gathered by "Tba Daily Commercial Bulletin" ar-- correct* oaes boen nsanufacturtni gooda tar in excess ..f gctupJ consumption, Th.. savers reduetloa In pries of one fabric after un other to Induce larger purchases, though lesi effectlvs than ralgbl bs expected, supports th. theory ,.f overproduction, snd so doss tbs r ipid ac ciimiii iii. ti of prim (Mothsnow advancing toward a minion pieces, ?oms cotton min* haveatappad, hut many more In )he woollen branch, in which the ix.w.-ll earp,! and many Of the woollen **'> Mil works have discontinued within a w*ek. The sales of wool In Ave weeks since "May 2 at the thr? .hlef markets have been 16.949.499 pounds. againat IM7MN last year, and 26.796.130 in UM, showing leas than two-thirds of the capacity of the mills at work. Clothiers seem In no haste t,. place new orders instead of those cancelled, and the sb.sv Kale ?f spring ko.*!* makes them extremely cautious. Reduction In th- hands trrln I)loy.?.! continues in the Shoe manufacture, al though shipments are ;i? present larger th:in *** year. Bl ., ks have b en hoisted on tbe theory that th.-. expected tariff will stimulate London buying, aad the average for railroad stocks is $1.10 higher. Trust stocks advanced vigorously until the vote on sugar, and then fell off $ld>7 with realizing, t;. that tiiey close 47 .-nts higher for the sreefc. Whenever London really begins to feel like i.uy Ing, Rold Will not SO abroad at the rate of os-r ti;.cm.,,mm, last week and t-t.MS.0M since Mis- 1. Tin- exports of gold. Increasing a-* tbe Tariff bin eeema to be near Hs passage, shows more of the actual temper of foreign Investors than all the dreams of speculators in Wall Street. On Sat? urday the Treasury heb! fn,m,4M__~td_!n_ex_ eess of certificate-, bul the feMMM shipped that day had y-t to be deducted. As neither the Sec? retary nor anybody "ise can say when serious apprehension regarding gobi payments win again arise, ami there ls no chan." thal the new tariff can tak- effect before August l, the departrnent'a poid y la highly optimistic. a fiie iii.ttl u which is n .thin* if not iiaree I r,.ibb lifts Stocks In the face >.f reports about the injury to wheat which have raised the price i ? its the past w.-ck. Western receipts aro very small, bm the official report "f California st,. i- is t. it, nor the most trustworthy estimates of Western ...- ? Corn bas risen about - centa in sym : are stronger. Cotton weakened ur'in on Friday, and "Th.- financial Chronicle" estimates the Incresse nt acreage at 2 os per cent, while Its reposts Indicate a better condition and prospect than usual. Unless Pome disaster comes, the new crop will be enough to meei the ? requirements f>>r a whole year, while the s'uk of old ootton now In sight ls about enough for ti third of n year's r's|tilr.tnenrs. I/.w-T prices for cotton and for wheat may naturally i?- expected if Con green continues to prostrate manufactures'and reduce tl.isumlng power of the people Richard Crokw haa abandoned the cares of atat-man-hlp f..r health and racehorses. What ssiii I. -t-1 R rsebery dot Pr 'bably never?certainly not In marv.* g ' has there been Bti.-h a raking snd shaking of ': ?. b ne* of Tarnm u y ss ls-.tining under vaults of the !.">..>w Committee. Evidon a i? accumulating with startling rapidity that the Tammany structure ls r^'-n and corrupt T.> 1 ivers of i* iod?governmi nt the I' illee Invo*. ' i >V( r. It la I thal the 1 '?;:.?.- ratio State Cora re ir, a worry because tha closing of the Hoffman Mouse turin th,-m out of doors, and ; equei tl) looking elsewhere tor a ? ? for headquarters. If isn't ans- .,f ..ur business, ' i be eur*, but if Justice continues ? done nt the same rafe for Ihe next s,\ < f..r the past, what's the metter with Sing Bing? _ Who will be tbe neal to po abroad? ? gallant Vigilant ls to meet the Pr1. \s , v ", ",i k" !'? ' ti v i \ ? ? i has nev ir yet ( ' - t" In sn argument wm * ? - Dr Parkhurst has earned lils vacation nnd has gone al td to reatlon and health by ? ? Ihe \ii He -uss that on the top of lb \s there ls "no tariff, no Tammany, > Commissioner, no degraded p ' ?? ? :io ss ? >r- "tuffrage, r. . anything wi "i's. Irritates, ..r debases." We ss;-:, much Joy In the absence .-f ali these tl . -i rv.-.- '. t ss'.-r to hla elbow when ii" re* and sgaln takes up tiie battle for good living snd decent | ment In this city. Wi :' el -i tiger ls still "In* th- rln*." ?*? Mr. Croker*s departure eras extremely beaty, now been on th" <*.'iiii long enough t,, think over the situation with deliberation. the subject careful uti. .-.tlon, lie ?? .1 .nb- di- ; - that his sudden .\t' has not Irn ? position of Tammany Hali. Mas r Oltroy was iiK.iitist tho Rapid Transit td md did nol hesitate io regard Its approval : nor In tbe light of a imbue calamity. ll- h.is d me th- right thing, however, in promts give ..ii the Bid In bia power t ward The I . itt rf ihe law iv displaying on .-very inion determined opposition b> th" work of ? ?" ? r;:n|s*l-ti (of Wt ' 'h he ls . K*ofl1 I ? meiTr* ;. :i. Mr. otlroy mightihave caused no end of ile snd annoyance. Since th.> lightning of the T,.-\..*v Committee l>. ame deadly. Tammany Hall people Bod that M.h.batt m Island is uot property Insulated, Th i vt" .1 > they desire to seek otter Acids and pastures new. * - .? In declining th.? bunquet tendered him by the employes <>f th.- p es ifl.ee, Postmaster Da sion b.is done ii wis.- and sensible thing. He ls. un? doubtedly right in saying that the expense of the afT.iir would fall heavily ?.n many who could Hi afford to p;iy (heir nb,ire. That alone Would be u sufficient reason for bia declination, even if h.. did not believe that the proposed entertain* i ment would be In violation of the .-.pint of the Revls. d Statutes, ? We luise not the slightest doubt in the world thal Mr. croker ls how sincere In his uishee to Ket "lit of Tammany politics In fact, the further ..nt the better, seems lo be his idea. PERSONAL Bays "The Philadelphia Record": "Mrs. s.ir.i Yorke Stevenson, or, us she is better known, Mrs. Cornelius Stevenson, who received the 'inueusl >n t Inc tlon of an honorary degree from lbs University ot' Pennsylvania yesterday, haa long been known as one of the mosl learned ercbaeotogtata In tbs coun? try, t-.) well established is ber reputation In this line of research that aha was invited by the World's Pair authorities to acl ;>s ons of the Jury In the archaeologtcsl department, snd her work there was hlxbly complimented, Bbs bus uls> taken ii Kr.'-t Interest in the university'* archaeological work. Mrs. Hteveiwon bs the presldenl ?f tb* civic Club, recently formed by leading women ..f tn* cits t.> bring about municipal and BOClal reforms, and Miss Anna llulliiw-ll. .Sirs Mmv K Mumford, Miss Charlotte Pendleton and Miss Alice Upplneott, rep? resenting tbe .dub's department of education, yes? terday aeni to the un Ive ral ty trustees a graceful letter of thanks for the honor conferred ui?.n Mrs. Stevenson and expres-lng their satisfaction that the university bad taken the lead "la conferring equal recognition for equal service, thereby honoring her ell in conferring honor upon tbe recipient of this degree.' " The Rev. Andrew Jackson Potter bte* announced himself n candidate for Sheriff and Tax collector of Tom Oreen County, Teaaa Re ls understood to bs in r.iv?r of a i>nre government, snd opposed to the vusss .d Professor Briggs. T_e ia.*t time Mr, Pot tar gol Into the public eye was about rh nv years iu:,>. when he arose la his pulpit in livable, Texaa, I with tis,i i.lir ats ahootera in hi* hands and Informed th* audience, mostly composed of th* toughest of ' tougha, iiii.i Brno bad run many other ministers out of tosvn, that if ther.- was anynody In the audience j who had Itu- .md.i.-Uv tu _?"H.in? that he could put him OUt ?f thr p,tll>lt to step forth nnd tu.ke ilia i medicine, und wound ui) bs Buying that with the help of Qed sad those ?*_> fOrty-dvea he proposed tu j?-?-un? ta to the people ihat das. At the prr-sent time, bowel.t, lie Ih moro Interwied In ballots than ! billia* I Valentine v-<?. Ike Milwaukee brewer wh>> died recently at Ht. Haul. eetaMlebed th* brewery which j hr.-)ra hi* name In BBB, with a capitol of only MBB, j I'libr his d' re.'! Lui ihe bUStlM-S Increased lo such, un extent that lt was sold three years ugo for $2,500, Ooo to an V__r.sU syndicate. . J OCEAN-RACING. TH! RECENT EXPLOIT OP THE *a^ aVND THE MAJESTIC; WITH pJ?1 GENERAL REFLECTIONS. . While tho Atlontlo ?teoiMlitp'toliJJj* a gooJ advertisement, they do nn. . '*? lt tote!.,. Th* aU/iTfaeTl^ endeavoring to reduce the dimensions'of th *?Uy -sr. The landon papers, upon lht '???. the Paris and th. Majestic hurt week. -?,* Ling telegrams and interviews and other r. uv.s describing the roos between ,no9e '"*? OBIS. Th.* moat various and irrecono||abia J . lunts wer. glV*n. T:,.* VOMOatUSSr, ,,? \\\\*Z* tried with m.. captain. ?f ,a,.h ln ??*** tbs merits of th- .m.- and th., angular ZL2 of the other. Cye-witiK-aeea on the. Maje.tu.hT titled that the Paris was ? , tie, northward of ? j,roiter course and. in order to re-rain lt "? the bows of th.* Majestic so closet, that SS Parse!! haJ to slow down to avoid a rants? The captain of th.* Paris, or somebody JJ32 In his name, denied this, and explain .-."J was th- Majestic which was too far loth* "? ward, and that, to make a true coin-* ? Queenstown, sba had to pass under thostern!* tbe Paris, on.- Imaginative troveflse ?biIb*is* tbe opinion that th* Pan, kept doss tothevT j.-stle because shs feared sn ?Md?nt' .?? thought lt would be convenient to haves rL a< bond winn her machinery should give. ?? or perhaps when the hurt ounce of coal and 2 and pin,- bad been rjonsumed in h*r ro&rinrru' ns ea. Th- only point on whi.-h ali th* witness^ ?l*r.?-the eaptalna nf anirse, -pi^tn *~~ that there was ., big race which hogan wh*n *k* shins ci ll t bar i rt Wednesday and kassia un Bnturd iv "* t'F-m Mils mass of concurrent and contrast**, ory evidence tbe papers moralised as their hst** ls. Then follow-1 ti..- inevitable an>sstsBB Milla l Of ('.-mm.,ns. Mr. 0 hen waa the sj** tinner who wanted to know about-the "ali'erM racing" ocr is ths Atlantic. In the absence of th.* new Presldenl of the Boord of Trade M, Bryce, ki??si*-g hands st Balmoral, Mr. Bun,W llamentary Secretary to the Hoard, replied His attention bad been I ? the "n.-wapap*r-*. p -:.-?" When sn .dil. bal asea the phrase aajjjg, paper rei.?," j n ,* retty sae* hs mems to discredit them. Mr. Burt did discredit them. Ha had been assured that the ra porta were ' ?? *, that th* --tea--*. '?r* '" '? ' "rtthln h-ilf a mile ot ? ai h other, snd thal the Parla did oot tji-gnal her Intentl m to ? r aa tbe b ira ? f tbs IteJhBhB, tmt lt i ' -'-..Hiv on hei .... rPTOrk rh '' "w1tn,n -oh "thor" mean that rh.-s.- t or, If y m prefer, Tritons ~"f th" v : ; ??:? an expanse of ?rater i vcr which lt s then jujt m minute un. | *M that jr,. Burt d. i m. when saving that th,*** re. P >rti ? :' ire ', t , haw Intend*! ?" that there are, In pint of fart, twa '"'"?in Steen s th* Mtt.sticar.4tBi Paris. Further qui st! -i-l by Mr. c h?n whether h's otatement represented UM vtevB of the eto. tain of th.* Jli' ? a :\ di as of OB Parla. Mt, Pur' mad.- snswer that lt did. He had, (tap. pears, s long I legrnm :'r"m the captain of thi Whit" Star iin.-r. .il bs glad to show | r gatlva Mr. Cohen. ThlM it ls which gives rise to the suppoatttoa that the managers ? t b sb lines think the-pres. ent Joint advaetlsement ? t"*ssive. TVy'*?r?, . I, alarm.. 1 ly tl I raJn*ngflt the Brit lah jtr.-ss. Th.- natural spirit of competition ard ofjealousyi ? g -e rf a timid pub. li", an 1 they ur- rea ly I i admit anything except th it there was rs .i to exonerate th* - than sea tbs alarm spread into o panic. Tne Journal which Is th- accredited organ ut ths Philistine, lind moro *-*ip*-cla.Uy of th*. multitu lin "is variety of the Philistine taosra as tbs si .1 sh pkse| t, professes itself MM*4 ? !. It ls delighted to le?n? fr ^u Mi I ? that :h?ro was no racv bul t ? h k in ths nature of a race. It i$ "ala oerely relU ved." Al the .- un* tims ir resa dna, ta tbs into!flt th* i ? i of Philistia, "unfortunately a ".'.ion has arleta be tween I foreign Unas, e bl h may btv* ,-ri,,us , . . i for tl lem" The pre. .umptJa n of t i foo Igner kn ors no bound*. If aa Waro ai led foreigner, hfl would of , urse t that alt steamship tMsa BABB) b- Pritish. Instead < t which tu* pw sad set* up coi sm, regardless of th* uur Phills tina friend writes .is if tho competing lines wet* things ot yesterday, un.I sesmB 11 ?wtsrtflM th* b.-h.*f that h.- h.n only to rafsr publicly to this praaumptuouanass of'ths fottignsr to.nlpttls the bud. He would'doubt lean like Lori Cte. ridge's witnesses In the Tichborne case. BtBB* prised I ? )?? ,r that on.- at these for-tgii tOBBBs t,,rs has l.n In the ll ld, er rath.-r "n the high seas, for s genet il md others, equally for? midable, perhaps, foraborterperiods, vrhatmla lead* bim probably is the recant transfer of thi Pads and New-York to the American fis*. *nd the outcry about udsndon of South, amyton; ait t> which, s w rd on some future*** oas) st ir it were posslbls t > use bu h s ptnussinnjnB> tully or decorously, one UspiBBiM**' that a. great deal of nonsense u talked about oe-an-raclrig. "It cannot W of vital moment,' r,"ii.irks our rn irullzlng Philistine, "to diminish th.* Journey by .inly two or three hours." I rh.it spirit had prevailed Wltb shipbuilders ?nd shipowners, wo should still bs dawdling arron tbe Atianti.- In fourteen .'.ays in ships like th* chinns and Cubas of a Quarter of s century ajo; .,r perchance In tha orach sslling xubMa ?*? still garner period. The writer dos* not allow f-r human nature, l"t alon" tbs impatience of business men on business and gol on humu grounds. There ls a Bens* In which it ls perfectly trw t.. say thal for the last twenty yara at lea* there has i.n nothing but ra Ing gcrort the ? Untie, it ts not necessary, In . rLr to constituii s race tbsl two ships sh -ul i bs in ssfN ?>* ?? ..ther. M .re often they .,??? not Such an inci? dent as that of week before 'as' ia in ?*? tremei) ran". Bm the public wsntssnd??"J fast .-nips, and the majority of the public enu go l.v the fasted. Out of thal lmpstleBO>>"| arisen the atniggl* for i <rtanJ is a recrd passage bu irs '? *nay rac- against another ship, er BgalOSt tlm<'. ? has happened both to th* ItoltOlllfl and BM Bar cania, u race against ber own r,v,T,J. m event, lt ts a nice Th- ship dees her J"*"" ts hunt to do so tuony miks sn hour. *?? ? many square reel of furnace surface; can so many r*"."olu;lous pe." minute. If theit lions are fav,.rat.Ic. If sh" has good weatm. ean.ayash,rt,.u^.arrdifsh,.is.nUaenna rank, all tbs Instruotlons la the world ?^' prevent captain and engineer Bro- Join* best Xobo.lv wi?? has not been on s cradj te* such rircumstnnces has s sotton sj tn, merl which seloH ... oflta i ? JJJJ alike. There ,,,.,v not be. and I1' "-''!> ,,? *,?, competing vessel within biindreda or n ?? th. snip none the le-.To*, tearing s^?? ^ the hated rival were side bj ieee. , w aol so many year, ago,* line *^?J5B, despise eo.iipeth.o... Il ttVI 1 OPOn J ,.,?, "pc* lu prertnw ..,,.,. tbs -rn JJ m the public I", .i.low.-ditseif ' J^ ly ,horteo. ,,,,,, llMl, whllo other Strip, were r lnfOieAtltntlei*nBa?v.nd?J^ tbSM ships Jogged bscb and t"r.n . ?* 0m rork nnd Uverpool. .nd to . ' ??'?"^tnger. ei answer that th-v had BS^rsr lOSt S I - ?,y. what was tn- resultl Th^' nd M un? iv iiHsrlil lhasa andoubtsaui *?? man. doubtedly slow shlpa r*\""tarXtam *? aged by the most stubbo^ old geati*a*?