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Ben? ita: The last two scbedulee of thc Tariff bill proper wen* .passed; Mr. HUI made ai Interest? ing ilrrht fur free c..-ai, but was defeated; sev? eral Senators were before the Sugar Investl gating Committee. s_____ Boase: Consideration of the Hatch Anti-Options bill was begun. Domestic?Thc trial of Mrs. HolllddJ* for mur? der was begun, at Monti--.-11-?. N Y. -_____: Thc action of tbe Grand Exalted Ruler ot the Order of Elks In deposing the Grand Tsustees was Indorsed. _--? Miners returned to work In many of the bituminous cami districts. = Th- trial of "Bat" Shea for thc mtird.-r of Robert lt-ss in Troy was continued. ? ?? , ? Banker Hill Day ?was celebrated In Boston and Hartford, Brooktya defeated Washlngi m at t r Kai Capital. ? The Alabama miners voted to continue on strike; two bridges srere blown up. City and Suburban.-A trolley car at Pat ? N. J., waa st rte k by a locosnottve and several passengers wiro hurt. -?' Goodwin Sr Swift, electlrc Hillway promoters, made ari asafgnment; liabilities from IMMQI to 1710,0001. -- : Th> commenccment of the City College was h-ld. *? The cornerstone of Qrace chapel was laid, --Many messages of sorrow oarer Ihe death of William WalDT Phelp* were received by his family. -: ??? Elliot Danforth, ex-State Treas? urer, give confusing testimony in the opening Of the suit. In which the Madison Square and St. Nicholas bank receivers are Involved. __.. ?__ A father shot Ms son .-md killed himself; there were many other case* ,,f suicide. .. Winn.-rs at Morris Park: Armitage, peter the Oreat, Lulu filly. Comanche, H?voe, Kiar A'-tr-fis.-? Near York was beaten at baseball by Philadelphia; score, 4 to 1. Basts Stocks were dull, with th. Industrials Ptrong; railway shar>-s tin oped early and then developed a tlrmer tone, Foreign ex? change was higher, and 12,000,006 gold was ge cured for B \;j rf. Money on Call ruled at 1 pet cent. The Weather. Forecast for t -div: Thunder ehowers; probably elightly cooler In the evening. Cern pe ra tu r-r yesterday: Loirest, 73 degrees; llghest, 91; average, 8014. Pertont going mit of town for the summer, tither to the summer rinarla or tlti-ir country hones, can have The Daile) and Sunday Tribune innJed to them for $1.00 per month, or 02.50 for three months, 'travellers in Europe can reeve The Tribune during their absence for |>1.A3 per month, foreign pontage paid, or $4. _."? for three months. Th, mid rees of the paper will be changed as often as desired. Ia g-lwting memberi of tba Brooklyn Boan] of Elucatlon. Muyor Bebb nil has icted <>ti tlM ?ame principles which ba put In practice in ChooBiujj the commissioners who Bilka Dp his official "cabinet." Of t 1j*? MjtbBtm rattling mi'iii b<TH seven WBBB) r?-.ipi>oliit<il, ilescn-tilly; the elifUt laiBatnfni TBCBBdea were iliad hy men who, go far as known, are well qnallfled for the offlcf. and sonic of thom have had previous BE perleLce In _li<* Board. Mr. Schiercn has 1_ uor.-tl *>olltieis lu thsae apiiohitment.H, Beting mi his sounl belief that tba Bonni of Bdneattoa should bc tn iiulejM'iKlent and non partlaan body. Captain Malian*!, lellowcoiiiitryiiiei) will keen ly appreciate the honor baatottad ou him yestcr day. winn he raeatvad Hm dagraa of Doctor of Lu-wb from OiaMdfa 1'Blverslt.v. Il-ir.-Iy, If ever, has an American author rcrclvcil more distinguished reejo-rnltlon in KiikIuikI thnn baa been given in the last few weeks to tha writer af the great work on tba lu-ueijcj. q_ sea p<jwer Ol history. Stronger words could not h;ivc i.e. ii employ tal than were uttered by thc I'liiversiry official who coiiferrei the decree, p.nd lt is nf finni-d that BO one flsis honored bf Ciiinhrldge baa tn*er Ims-ii the subject of a more nattering rtHi-iJtlon at that ancient and honorable neat of learning. The expedition about to set out for thc North In order to hrliiR the Peary party back to elvil i_atlon ls not n relief e.\rj*-dltlou In the strict sense. It was arranged fot before Lieutenant Paarj-'a departure oo bis perilous Journey, and nay properly be described ns an auxiliary ex? pedition. The same vessel wlilch boto IVtirj n< .ri li wa rd will po to bring lilni buck, and will carry With lt tbs wishes and hopes not only of tin* explorer's numerous friends and admirers, li".! of Til** civilized world. By mid Sepreliilier we ought 1.? Know wh.-tlicr lhe innln expedition lins been successful. ,-ind whether Peary has car? ried to a happy Issn.- his plans for a closer ap proaob to the Tole than be made on his memo? rable Trip across Un* ice cap to Independence Hay. Tbe Rapid Transit Commission ls now In full readiness] f..r doing ibe work expected of lt. Yesterday li completed Hs organisation hy elet t* Inn Lewis I,, I'.-laliel.). a capable lawyer, ns secretary, and by choosing as counsel A. B. Boardman and Henry ft. Beckman, one a Ke* pniiitcaii. tbe other a Democrat. These selec? tions Indicate ? desire on tbe pan of tbe Com? mission to hold the balance evenly between tbe parties, and will, ure believe, -rive **,.neral satin* faction, Por chief engineer the CorondaahrntTri chose W, II. Parenna, who served lu ihat ca padty wiih acceptability under th.- oin Com* ni1*-*-i..n. It ls tn he hoped ihat no pains will he spared to hunt down and punish lhe men who hav.. been pretending to if "arbpoena-aerrers in the employ of the Lexow Committee, .and have used their alleged position to .-xf.-rt blackmail. This ls a particularly m.-an species of swindling. It sivms almost ImposalMe that lt can be curried <>n for any length of time willi Impunity. The swindler*, are aol la.'kine fn re*.oiirc.-iuln..*?s and audacity who can bend to their uses even to a small extent a rommlttee organised for the fi press purpose of exposing blackmail and fraud. NO IMPROVEMENT. What dlfl the country Tot. for In 1S?.i2? If was f..r a change, and assuredly lhe people wanted a change for ibe better. lu what single respect can fair nnd thoughtful laen "f either party feel ihat ihe country has gained better -.'..v.-rntii.-tit l.y ti,,- election? Tbe foreign xor vice <.f the country, lt inuit certainly be ad? mitted, has imr bren considered an Improve? ment. Willi..ut recurring to blunders in Hawaii or Samoa, men mus! at least recognise the fad that nothing has been done abroad to reflect especial honor on the Nation, extend Its com? merce, enlarge th" markets for Its products, or Increase lis Influence arnon'' oilier nations. S. the executive MTViee ut hollie has Hot been di* tlngutabrd by Improvement in any direction. If has been generally decent and upright, and s<> much the public bas a righi !>? expect fi'"iu any Administration. Mistakes will occur under nny, an.l aorne during the last year hare been ular In-.'. Hui rh.* main fact is that there has be.-n no definite .>r general Improvement. Th.* tuna of the service bas ii..? 1.ii lifted. Partisanship has not been restricted to a narrower Held; bm. on the contrary, lhe protests of Civil Service li.' former* bold lhe Presldenl directly r.--p >nsib|c for sarrendiTlng t.. th.* politicians an.l giving th. in a urea ter measure >.f play. Tin- men who hoped most from President Cleveland ar.* those who confess mosl sadly ihat h.- has completely llaappolutcd ibein. In what res).t has the transfer <>f p ?wer lo i Democratic Congress brought Improvement In provernment? Besides an extra session, we arr now having u regular session <.f more than lhe nattai length. Vel it cannot be said ihat any rood thing has vet ls .-n done to compensate for ill this )..n*4 ..f tillie nnd effort and expense, l'he purchasing daua, of Ihe Silt er iii t has 1*4*1*0 ".peal.si, but by the votes of lb pilbil, .ms with 'A minority of Democrata, and this would havu .n .lon., by a ftepubllcan Congress under ih" leadership <.f Senator Hbcnnan himself, nin. lhe act had sufficiently tested Ihe u---fuln.-*-s ..f ?Heh purchases. Not oi.iber change ha. bern ii.nl.- whl.-h can I..- regarded ns g step toward mprorement. The tim.' has been wasted to an imating extent bj tlc Incapacity and *? 1?-- j 1.?? .f members ..f th.- majority, and even th.- : iry appropriation I.ill*, hav.- not ye! l>.--n | Missed, (bough the Goveruiu*.|il v% .11 be I-f' 11 two weeks wlthiait any provlslou for Its ex x-u-.-i. Absolutely nothing baa bi-eu don-* to ?roteel ibe Treasury against Ihe rapid <x laustion of bs reserve, for the redemption >.f 'irculatiug not.-s, nor to guard lhe buslni*ss co nimby against il.-pi'e. hit lon Mini distrust of the ?urreucy. The earnest effort. ..; Hm.ra tlc -:.c.--iiii-ii and journals hav.* not been able to iwak.-n Congress io the neeeaslt" of niithoriilng 1 popular loan ai a low rat.- ,.f Interest, Instead nf borrowing under great dlsadvantuKe. <>n bonds of ile* kind uutl.Ix .1 iweiit* va? ago. t'ongress bas nol v.-r passed any Tariff bin, but li hos gone so far that tb<-usund* >.f the iii..*.t eames) and Intelligent 1 >< in mt.i1*. de hire lt would be Infinitely b-tr.-r n. leave tba Mc? Kinley law lu force th 11 lo pass the shim, lei's Bill >>f Sale and surrender. Thc Bugar bargi lo with nil i:s scandals, the grant of utterly Inde? fensible fuv.>rs to an odious monopoly, and tli*' Indecent bartering arith other Interest, for rote, enough to give the Bugar Tmsr its bribe of millions, have made this revenue bill m..re of. fouslve lo the people than any other measure nf that naiure ever framed by ('..nim'ss. Yet lt seems likely to pans, not becaune Democrat. iipprov.- ii ?.r want it, bul because they mink lt a partisan neceaalty t.. pms some tarin' bill, and ihis Infamous surrender to the trusts nnd mo? nopolies i> believed to be tin- only bill that party MU frame nnd pata*. EETAllATlOS AGAINST PORK. Th" Gorman BUgar schedule Involves a dis? crimination against German und oilier Bu ropcan bee! Hagar which may load to retaliatory legislation iie-ains! American food producta. Hy the terms of the Tnisl bargain linnie willi tho Democratic Senator, a differential duty of oot> tenth of li ..lit li. lilli Med OB all Megan Im? ported from countries where un export duty ls paid. This Is a blow Rimed directly (iciilnst eu? ropean, and especially German, iM*.*t sogsr. As li applies lo raw ns w.-ll as relined sugar, lt In? volves discrimination In favor of West Indian cane Ittgar, and on that account will bf re ?rated by Germany, whoas beet industry has been developed under the operation of Govern? ment bounties. As tha Importations from Ger* many exceed the product .>r Loulalaoa cane, this differential of oin- tenth of a cent is an addi? tional protective tiuty <>n American sugar, A* the Ow mill refiner* huve been endoaVoring 10 Kain ali entry for their suxar Into the American market, this differential also offers additional protection fbi the Trust. Th lt en lill around, lt is a wry conspicuous and offensive dalkey la the Woodpile. It ls already known that the Off-man iJ.-veni tni'iit has directed the attention of Washington officials to this hostile dtacrimlnatlon agalnal the beet industry, and thal they hava Intimated that lt may lead to retaliation tfflltfl product-* of the I ulled States. With the agrarian dis* content already existing lu Germany In cons. ?pieliee of the reciprocity treaties With HllSsift and Auatrla Hungary, this is not by any means nn idle threat, if the United State*, impanel a dlMerent.nl duty upou boat tuiKur, lt ls alto* gether probable that a dlacri mina ting duty Igalnal American pork and other food products Will follow. The agricultural classes jM <?,.*.. many have been loud lu their complaint*, that their Interests have been sacrltlc.il |,v j),,. g**ss> tiation <if Ute Itussian treaty, The Imperial ?(?ovcrniiient will be very likely to take a.hun Mag. of hoatU. legislation at Waahlngtoa ,,nd to reiallaie agitm American p,,rk gug} Kraln. The**' Democratic tarlff-makers are not satis. fled with abrogating twenty reciprocity treaties for the sake of nroUsctlnsr the Loulalajia. ulan tars and anfiehlng tba ingJp Taja*. The/ are i?ent "poll ftucliig Ol fa Wi nj ry. enact rctall'.fory nicus uren against Amerlcjin pork, floor, wheat and corn as nu offset tt> dgt-Webttol dottos levied ii ga I mt beet BOgar. This ls their .-bod of o-ienirur the markets of tho world to tba Ameri? can farmer! It la a charadei-wii,- lil of D'-iibi eratlc Bungling. .1 PLEA TOE ST. I.uTIS. Tin- -Idton Approprtatlofl bil, which was sV'.'tvl tbnragb Ibe House ami successfully landed* JllM before adjournment ob Saturday by the chairman of Ibe i ommtttee on Indiaii Af? fairs, secins to Ve pretty generally regarded as oi.f thc worst of Mr. Holman's numerous offences. Though nol quite so rank ns be strove to make lt, having been nm. nd.ul In mud.' Im? portant pnrtJrulflrs, ii s*in presumnhh gives Its auilior a largs ine.i-.ure >.f satisfaction. Ii was constructed on the general principle of Inter? rupting ns far Bs possible lin- progress of iii" Iuiliaiis towan! clvHlxatlan, and In most <.f its details ls akllfullj adapted to thal pun*** Probably nothing risc aboni ll affords Mr. Hoi man ao much pleasure as the fact tliat it eiit bodfea many retrenchments, large and small, which those persons who ure best qualified to Judge consider t.? be characteristic examples of false and shabby economy. Mr. Holman is iB-vcr BO happy ns abeu be ls caught In a flagrant act of Holmantam. The btu win doubt less iK' amended In hi*. Henate, and if n?. i?,mt amp-st deilberatora aa the face of the rurtb come anywhere near dolli-,' M'.-tr duty it grill lie scat-rely recognisable wh.n it rntergea from their hands, But the erlglnal bili, tba a mended form which ils author was constrained t.. .?.,--,t arith regret, the remarks wblcb be made and those wblcb be obtained leave to prim gre ?!i enshrined in Tbe Congreaelonal iterant.*- Tba gnat and only pooa-tntst of tbe age experta to flood his dlstrtet nitb hem next full ami as pbyxtote his conatltnenti Into giving him an other term. Mr Holman succe ated on Butnrday la be iding otr a number of gentlemen xx h.. v-'r.-.i to be bili rd en il,.- subject, and coBseipicntly tbe de bate leaves pretty nearly rverytblng lo Im> de sifxl lu ibe \\ iy of interest mut Instruction But Mr llarilu.I.lf. of Missouri, deftly i-acnp I suppression, and pniu-unced a j?s'. eh-queul ami lon--n.-.--1.-1 <nl.._lii'ii anon Sf. I. .uh Mr Bartholdi, wlm, weare glad to aay, ta a i:. pilb? il, in, spoke tuan amendment of hi* own, pr.e posing t.> strike ..ut ibe word "Chlaigo" nnd liiserr "Sv I.,,uU" in Uno 3, page l-".vi'lu- ? ih.Te,if being lo remove Ibe Indian Mtn-hotpM froin New Vork Io the S. .11! ll We-ti-ni lie'I'.p'.IV It has h. en generally reeogiil?--d of Inti that Si. I.,.liis |s nu Interesting and pttll.'tlc point lu the great circle of American rltl*n, bur are do not think thal ber lille to symitath) . ml assists!. xvas ever made so plear before, lt was Un.illy deckled that Ihe amendment waa out of order, but happily it had alreadj proved io be a good enough omendiueui iiutll after tba delivery of Mr llurtboklt'a -)..-? '. Wc Infer that Ibe primary purpose of the member from st. i. .tits was not hi at ??? ??? ..? -l.-la Ihe removal nf the supply di \t ?' from Si a ...ric. Though be hom ally Mlei iii that Ht. 1 thc place f":- lt, he might not have . - I il (-ural on nf return -il. i ni ibe pr-ajs -h nhl lie oddid to th. ? of I lutol. r lido. Ile pVi.'. 1 "? ? ' ' i <;..\ em uh ut had net rr li ii ' ? ' ih in a stepf.i'l,. r lo St. 1 . - Iii r hiv lot WUH to go I 'li .'.X. \ * the Nat lonni pie, ti. re iwver xx . for Hi. I-'iils": never a rem to prof.- i : , floods, ?.r ? stem! bi ip' I : build a rood lo J< B And all th.- time, ns tbe In sri ..." lin beats nike f.r (.11 s-s'tlotis \\'.- I>- ;. x.- thai Hi s is true, and "i I ii I-" mighty ha? st. I...uv |'p to | 1 tender accord \- th Mr li i Uioldi, bihI th. r th.in Ibis \l ? are willi him ta Bil s .ul wi..--. ; - - X * "I I., t,. ? gil ? ' ? ti.v-i- i I favors tt| has hui . ii lu I he glfl ..f rb.- Sui -i Pl .\ bob* cotititr- has ung ? i the World s bi.',- ibe gi .vi Bil-*! ess it xx ? let i I,1. I.-.. ,i . the gi .. . fol f, .- au I ?' for her V - . ? ?? i ,|, (,.,? ? | i . liMjii.-iit but x a ,.i no,, d' < l,b ago ls ix ? is ip., uimI if sh.- wi re v\e nm\n ct that HI l-uuls xx.mid be tbe last sister on ber list, though ?ii oana, A st.-rn sense nf duty ram peta Iii to retain, with Ihe ranaenl of < tmgresa, tba Indian suppi.x depot whl.it HI I. Otherwise abe might take lt, and wekimie We do not think, on Mr BarHioldt'a showing, thal ?h.. ls treated right Home puris ..f Ml ? need io I"- a trifle viv ?t i\,f old ila:-, bal if tba metrupollfl is Buffer!ug for an appropriation aha onj-ht I., have on. A THISti 111 m POSTPOSE With Ibe passage of Ibe woollen schedule In Congress ibe chara* ler <>f the pend!uk Tarni" Mil ls Anally determined There xviii ta* fur? ther rotes on Mn- sugar aebedule, and probably 00 th" Woollen ililli'-"* In Hie Senate, and it ls by Bo ii.cans httpoealble IbBl tin-*.- m.ty result lu def ni I ..f th.- bill, tall lt ls searcelj i-oneeli able timi al 'lils torc dab- a Bea av.-inpl will 1?e inad.', in thal event, lo lix up h..m.- kind ..f bill that caa see.ire a majority, l'r.l.ably the vote .,r a majority lo the Henate against tl.. hrovlaloua now Incorporated In th.-bin. in eltbei it the-se paitl.ul.ir-, would end In Vs abandon neut. It seems ii pr.ip.r lime to ask, therefore, ?x.'.t tba Democrats themselves suppose to be Un character of mis measure. B is distinctly not a bin tot revenue Wbao it nu*.' from the committee, although it waa ran fldeafty declared that with the sugar schedule nnd tba Income tai tba measure would raise rcvciuc enough for tba needs of Ibe iJovern ment, lt was even Iben frankly admitted that the tariff part of Hie bi.l was Dot framed bl a. - cordaixe with revenue Ideas, nor wonk! lt yield a Bufl-Cfeui revenue without other and extraor? dinary Plnfoifi-meiits. Thc rates throughout the bill vere then by no means aucb as xv.,uld yield the largest revenue, by no nunns such as Would .vicki a nc i ssary revenue whit the hast h-floonoe BEBB lndii--try. Every chain.'.' which has lss'u made since that time has been a fur tht-r departure from the avowed theory of the Democratic P*rt.v. The bill is denounced by a urt-at number af tba Dcmocrnta as eanentlaUy protective in its character, and they are ho tar rir,'ht that it miy in truth Is- aald that tbe bill never would hara bani framed, nor amaki it ever have been appeared hy sincere bcttevcra In Ibe Dellloi'l-.ltlC tjicoiy, except under the stn-ss of fl BUpp-flsd |)itrtis:iii iieccssily. Tbe iioUmi ol' ntydttstlDg ml valorem for ?pedflc linties, which has been elevated into a Hort of rellgkiua principle by some taiilT reform? ers, has been abandoned lfl almost every part of the bill, bul ls retained only where lt will do the most hann nnd tba toaet good, nauicly. In the schedule reJatlnfl to wo .Hen gooda, In place of ntl valorem dull.--, tba foti.ni aebedule pn* viih-s mora complicated eompoond duties of a apectflc ebarncter tbni bnva ever yat bwn im poaed in Mic coiiiiti'v. Tba aebedule relating io rbemlcgb departa tbwofbout from Ibe Dem? ocratic Iden, both In d.aci-lmlniitloiis to favor parflculnr brunches ol! njaniifacturc and in te* tainiiiif apectflc dutton where tba object ls lo 'make such favors mort protis-tlve. Ju Ibe ii"U nheduic tin. mal nun opfl-bsta bave obtnlned bO Uie defence they saw Ul to demand In thc form of BpedflC dulles on pnabBts of Iron and steel, while a few articles tue admitted free of duty, or at lijconslsteutly low rati \ lu onler to pleaBo nani-iiiar sac-ioual .trtdeii.?_FinaltSr*Uuire ?..mes the vote for admission of wool free of buy. with protection for th.- manufactura of ?hoddy, and willi protective ad valorem duties mlieta nt lally as high as those of tho present tarin'. This ls neither n revenue bill nor a decent pro tectlve bill. Considered as a measure for protec? tion, lt is lu many respects the worst ever framed, because it distinctly falls to provide huies adequate f..r tbe defen.f Industries, Neither ure the discriminations such as are fair >r requisite for the development of different branches of any great Industry. The Admission ?f ready m.nh- clothing at a Iow.t rate nf duty than ls liup..s,.,i on the .loth from which cloth? ing ls made is bur one Illustration ..ut of ninny. .ll pointing io gross Ignorance or cross indlffer "uUce respecting Ibe application of protective primIpl-s. In a word, if it was Intended to make a protective tariff. Congress has made a rrigbtfhl botch of lt. It must be plain to Democrat, who can. any? thing for their ..wu principles thai the enact? ment of sucli ;i measure can only harm tl.oun* Iry and ili.-lr party. It will bring them and the reform they advocate Into tasting contempt. Th" wis,, thing for them to do lu self defence, mid th-* right thing f..r them to do In patriotic regard for the public welfare ts to insist upon ih.- iHistpuu,.m.-nt of this misbegotten and mis -hap. ii bill until after another election. If the people have u chance to say whether th.-y do Bow approve such change. <>f tariff as the Democratic party propose**, p )s their right, and they have the |H>w.-r to elect Congressmen who will carry out their will. Hut the IlemocrattC party will sav.- its.-lf fr..ni great humiliation. If ll manfully a.hnit.s that thc measure framed by Ir.s committee, in Congress f lils to satisfy tts Wishes or Ita Judgment. JI'>1 ll / \IUErl. The sudden bural -*f bent and humidity can? not ie- -s.ii.i t,. ho unseasonable, for such weather Invariably coin.- lu .lune. There is always a preliminary term of extreme heat before July .-.. i. lr niuy be a few dais curlier ?.r later nie ye ir than another, Inn lt ls one of the few -ertaluilc. of th.- mic-rtain American climate; i.-t whenever li rome, it innis everybody un? prepared tax lt, and disposed to regard lt us -otuetblng iripi'.'.??-!> ntiil ami pbemunenal. Every .bm.' !!;?? ei|tericnce ls r.-p. at.il willi un* >rok?-n r< inila ri ty; Put America us, who plume ;hetn*elves upon ther good memories and their pm.'tii'Ul I ah tl ts, ar.- alway*, taken by surprise t?y the first ousel of Inclement hei' Tli. y ure ivllr.-l an,I slckeued by lr; the* fume and fr.-f .v>-r lt. .ml the) complain and grumble over lt, is though ii \N.-i'.- an entirely novel experience ind then* had iplt before ben any torrid or milli.1 weather h. June li,, i..nb!, aili ii I. ni.iv difficult for N'ew Vork rs r.. ndnpl themselves, tu bot weather 'han lt > for people In other American cities and in ?il., r wa ni climates, The* ar., accustomed fear li nnd year out lo work limier pressure, t<? wal rapidly, lo do everything wllh a rush ? nn h..nr'- business In fifteen ' v Tin li li iblts rm- flied, sud .anno! be r.iu\..i wi,...i i)h> mercury suddenly nins np r .!-? nu I ihe atmosphere ls saturn, l lt I- Imp.---.lil.- for many >.f '.?-?in bi make .nu cotM'fsailous to the climate i. > ih.-ir pa.-.-1.n -i h..' morn roll in a leisurely way r,, ri, dr ware* h..ii- . ,-.i | .ali. . .; nor a'- old i. klug a Inn, li il old* l.. ii iIumu the niora'; ii"- i -.i ixl* ?? nrk ? heil rh i' I- all 'hat tl ? ? reallj allows diem to do Tli-v lieglu inc for a I rain or o ferr* Ixsit, lilli ki p on Illi' ntsll until nlghtfllll; and I .ey - f . more uncoil I 11 ?'?'? I i I lo I th.-n I to do. 1:,.ily ..-.:'..n f..r tins nu-. u-.ii:i'.|.* ct., -ss ..f ls ihe luxury which ihey in,-I In talking - -.'ill.'.Mn.: (heir dis. ? >:;.f--rf I - ? Sew York f , ? \ : nib islne - .iii!..- spell ..f bot Weather is a 11 r11.-;> v* inil ?, '?? - k away fr-'in ell) life and ctis l ??? ? ii| ,i'i.-'.- I ..r man) of them u -ni.ur ? ?? 1- llldispeiisillilo ilur ll) lhe heat wi and f.j-r o\- . a larger class .1 long ind Mimili - ? d Tiley > minot en? dure illili) '!?? prolonged strulu ? t Ih Iii. ..nd Ihe) .??? up.- nervous i \ Imustlou by turning their backs upon ibe town und ruunll '.i.-uniulns or lhe seaside. Thia ls il.ison winn the annual elislu. H pl.mn..I. m..I tl..- resource* which are . fl red I r ..... -ut lon ut SUIU1 -r resorts ar.* . \h iu-tlv> ly ??ntiilogu.il Iii the advertising columns nf Th. I rilHine >?? 1 mg ls ihe list of available ?.nunn r homes, an-l -. bewildering ls rh.- struy of nillir* Iti** mi thai fen families who ap' plan* - , m-u-ton >.f ri-nt ind recreation aced to .io more than i.iisull Hnd compare these adver li-.-in.'.ii For th"-.- who cinnoi lind either Ihe lime .-r the money for a mtdmunmcr journey ..r va. a* Hon, lhere !'.mains Hi-- pbltissophlcul r> tb-.tI.m ii,at ii,.-.' can ailapl Ibeniaelvea lu hoi weather if ih. v will onl) exercise sstf-rewtraliii and com* i,-.- if ihey will recognise ih- tier ih i ,-,|,lu.,nul beal ls Inevitable In these latitude, during portions of every year, ami then regulate ti,, ir dress, their diet ami their manner of Hf. so ;f* to meei ihe requirements ?.f the climate, (hey Will hiv.- a COMlftirtabk' summer and li"! I..- fagged and worn tail wh-u Ibe breath .-f September blows Ibe froth af IMhlon from lha watering place* und ihe city again tills up for the wini.-r. Energy ls always arfsdlrected lu M..ri.ms and frantic attempt* t" keep cool The bes! rule fol* t-llllini-T ls to trike ll ll f.-.i*., ,11 able precautions lo av.dd getting overheated, and these will Involve ibo coolest Ital 1 ...*-.-t costume, Ibe lightest and least heating diet, a slow, leisure!* pace under covet' of sn umbrella, nnd 1a**t, but not least, a tranquil rmi contented mind occupi.-d wiih something more profltalde than idle .uri..spy over the record nf lhe th.-r ruometer and (Utile fidgeting over physic.] dla* comfort. ___________^__ j\ AFGHAN ri ri: isa ir. On.* of the most .xl murdin iry r..val a 1 lr.-s.-vs ev. i- Issued la thal Jual made by the Ameer of Afghanistan lo his subjects. It h extraordinary both In i;"? purport and In the circumstances of Its publication There ls scarcely -i more abso? lute rul-r lu th. world tl" ni Ab lurr.ihtn in Kn in He I*, scarcely leas autocratla than ths Russian I'z.ir himself, Of all nen, on- WOUld say. le? sli..nhl bs ai.;- to .1 > ns h.- pleases, fri nov, when tc trishes ??> vinii England, and lnct-len| ally other European countries, ha deliberately ar Ks the c.iiiii!-..'l aiij permission of hti people, lb- lhsu-s ii formal proclamation, Kt.itltiK Ills de Mr- and th. benefit, to thu ooontry which, ns hs believes, will acorn, from its reallaatton. But, he sus. be will not go uni.-ss hts subjects ap? pro*/, thn enterprise, and he begg that each vii Iukc in hts realm will M.-n.i to atm forthwith a formal statement of th. Mntlment of Ita Ihhab* Panis on Un- subje. I. it ls scarcely to b. suppoasd that this is un In? dication Of .lemo, rail.- i.-n.l-ii-|?-s In this Oriental in m ireh. lt la rather aa Indication <>r shrewd policy lb- knows full well how HtroriK ure thu prejudices that prevail nuning the "t**op|**, pa*-. Ocularly against foreign Infiuanosa. Th.- Afghans have eyed with suspicion ills .-st ll ll-Ciiiicti( ,, Kur.pe.tn tnechiitil.nl IndustrUiH at I'atnil. (lnd hln aawimptton <>f Earopeaa (bias, .nd manners un \istr loth- viceroy af india al Rawul pindi mi.'i their minda with grave .pprshsnalum, .*,,?? n sjr, should h.- ko from his own I.uni .,, t,,,,.,,. foreign eonntrta**, which, to tbs Afghan mind, ur** populate 1 chiefly hy Afrit.* anl Ii.vvh, who could foresee the result? Now the mace ,.f Cabul ls not the sceptre lt was tn Itustem's time. Thu Ameer's ruls over the discordant tribes depends upon their good will. And that most astute of Asiatic rulers therefore reckons lt the part of wis.lom to ascertain the will of the people befOVS entering upon so imbin-, and momentous a Jour? ney. If they say no, he will stay at home, with dignity not lessened, and with affection strength? ened In the heart.'* of the people; while If they gay yes. he will go to Borofia, ami see how the rulers 't those hinds anl thefr Viziers conduct their governments, and return with m.itiv new devlcea for the furthering of Afghan CtvUlsatlofl and the more secure eambltehment of his thnme. Two mora mementos of the gallant old Kearaarge have com.- to port, it is probable thal other bits of the famous warship will ho gathered up In time, and it ls to be hoped that enough will be found to make a group which, however small, will always he among- the most pct" |,,us of the Navy Department's treasures. P ls a particularly gratifying piece nf news that one of the railroads running out of this city has determined to put on its schedule trains that will run hourly throughout the night. This marks a distinct step In advance, and ls a com pl.innovation. <m most of the railroads radi? ating from New-Tori! the lateet trains start Shortly after midnight, and on only a single line ls ther.- ti train as late ns 1 o'clock. Between 12 midnight, or a few minutes later, ami 4 a. m. lt ls practically out of the question to leave the city by rall. And yet ther** are a constderabla tiumlit'r of people whi-.. occupations beep them In town until long peat midnight who would ba delighted to have homes In fie* suburbs The introduction of an nil-night service to the north? ward opens up new pooslblltttea for this class of i.pie, and we shall be surprised If they ,\,, not avail themselves of lt freely. It ts saf" ta Bay, ..I-"., that other railroads will soon find lt to their advantage to run trntns alt night. If there ls not "money In It" at th.- beginning, there un i lubtedly will be before long. H.-itm.inlsm ha.l triumph".I In thc House. Il it the Senate |g y.-t to be reckoned with as re? spects th.- Tn Hm Appropriation bill. Th" thnt. archltecta who acted ns tha Advisory Committee of the Municipal Building Commts alon want 11,800 api.> for their work, and seem to be entitled to lt under their agreemi nt xvith ths commission, although there ls rio money available to meet their bills. This is apparently only the Iteglnnlng of the city's troubles In this matter The hundred-odd archltecta wh ? s-nt In plans f.r the building which ly decree of the Legislature ts not to be erected will ? toa le granting to knuw where they come In, ind may sue the <? 11 v for unfair dealing. Th-* enttra,mu? nicipal building queatlon hn- been badly toggled by T.i'niiinnv officials It ls easy enough tO get v ai ar" kicked out iu! ' f politics when Th-? morphine habit among women In T. I u erted by medical men to be greatly on the ise, and th..'.- wh.. choona to regard lt as u pen llty h.iib ted on the Brittan j ? ? pie by Provi? dence for Its agency In forcing the poisonous drug upon the Chinese for commercial reasons, thereby Inflicting op them untold Injury and misery, may find it ag : ? eject to moraiiz-. upon, though th" two things have bo n> logical connection. The u o- ,-t th- drug among v nd rn x* imen ls pr bi Wy no greater In ratio than elaewhera In large aggr gatea of ; lion; but physicians write In testimony tl it lt la prevalent than moat pe pla suppose, and tl it i* li increasing, The secrecy arith which lt be us ? 1 and the Immunity for a certain time from discovery !-??:.] to promote tba habit; 1 i generally only on.- lanae, the c .m pi.-te ruin of those who practise lt. I'octi-rs ki xv tn .c.- nb.ut if t' i iti laymen, but everybody - that v i-i Vi l ? n ugh. ff ? TStlc party keeps on gilntr down ihe Poi leta will aoon ba on even lermi -,x,"li lt._ _^ . . >? bis already n re iii -I a shocking mass ? f corrupti n, but the work ..f I this Iniquity has i nly l egun 8 ?? I . ? >W says that from present inlicit! I a the Inquiry into tha operatl na of the Police De ment will 'ak- all 'he lime of tha ? ? ? ? ' t ?-. try lr xv.is on ihlB .bv thirty years aga that Can ? ? .r br. v. rum Winslow laid l_wn the prayer with wm -'i he min about I > e >nda-1 Bun? da)' m .??nlng aenrlcea on board Vie Kearaarge, and girding on his sword, prepared tn flgl I Alabama off Cherbourg harbor Sunday waa the Alabama'a inky day, and tier mea came out With every cv..tatton of sinking or capturing the Kearaarge In her long cruise against the commerce of the Cnlted Btatea aha had caused rn ire 1 image on Ihe first than OB any ofh- - div In the week. }U.t lu.'k oh Sun lav, June rs. viii, however, did not avail her when opposed t . the broadsides of the gallant Kearaarge, and in ii little over an h .ur after the action i?'g.i*i ? I,., ji tppeared below tha surface of the ,>,v,m, never to rise again Him lix- seems t.. have been a fix- irlte dav in American history for sea fights, e ime "f the most remai kable battles in ihe career ..f the N ii v having been fought >>n thal day, liestdeg a.-- extraordinary action between the Kearaargd" and the Alabama, the ..-Kim frig? ate i'nlted Btatea, Captain Btephen Decatur, on Bttnday, October tft, lill fought the British -S-guii fi 1k it.- Mscedontan, Captain John Sur i'ar len, ft little t> the areal of th.- Ma? deiras, Tiris xv.as one of the Bloat remarkable battles between wooden sailing frigates of ihat period. Il xvas on Sun.lay, Mar.lt !>. IMS, that the Ural anl greatest battle between Ironclad warshlpa took place, the Monitor, Lieutenant John v? .rimer Worden, engaging the Merrimac, Captain Franklin Buchan.rn. Iii Hampton Buds ri Mi it day. Bach of these Sunday naval battles xv us fought under unusual conditions, and each had a pe nil.ir Interest f.r the student of history. PEB80SAL, V. Edwin Elwell, the sculptor, has gone to his summer heine, Shaxvme I'lirtn, Sandwich, Mass, uud xxiii remain anray till next autumn. johri v. Andrews, of Roma, N. *i\, n,.w in hu ninety first year, clalma to be tba oldest living ,-x i 'ongraBBinan. Puke ('ari Theodore, of Bavaria, arbo la a practla. lng physician, attended more than S.OOO patients last year , s it. v..Kim. of Chattanooga, Tenn., ts suing a patent medicine compaay tot $i'i). arhleh ii promised to Mlv- to any OBS who COUM BOt be rared of cit irrli by Its medicine, The oompany re fusee t.. pay >n the ground thai lt did not say trev in,my years lt would take to effect a curr. iv Bmpress Charlotta, the widow ,.t tho late limp.tor Miivlinlllitn of Mexico, shot in 1^7, nnd ilsi.i of th? Belgian Kin--, la report.-.! tty th.' latest JjiOM-i. l-i papers aa helna In a worse oondlttoa than Sjrae I' N known that she has been lattas since th* tragical ile-th of her husband; hut lt is said now Vi,it the momenta of lucidity which she amt Inuit)-- from time to tune have become niorc and moe. r.ire. , "Til- Philadelphia Reeord"* mix* that tbe Penny* packer fumll.v probably sent moro goldlara lo Ihs t'lvll War tb.ut uny other fuinlly. nf t_* _,, Bcaadaata >.f lleaottak Panasbaukai, a Dateh sur? veyor, who cume to Psnnaylveata before tba year 17m), Ml Were In the Inion or Con federate uniitei, lind _i* ft the 144 were i'..mnitS-loli-M oftl.-i m. tWO of them b.,ii"K gaaaralf and f,mr eoloiielw. Ther. w.-re Ml soldi--""* '" ""* ''t'1"" Army mid 41 In the Coo f.-.b-mtr. s-rxlce Tb.?i- statistics are fnirn Judip. Pennypscaer's biography of his ancestor, srhlch hus recently been print."! Hendrick I'anneb.vker was ii surveyor for the Venns, mid BUrVeyed tlidr nt.m..rs uni m-inx ot the townships mid presenl roada ot Montgomery tthen I'hlln.lelphla) County, Oeneral t'_lii-.hu IMitixp.icker, who iVneral Terry said was the hero of rori Usher, was the youngest officer In the Inion Armies to attain the full rank of gen? eral, having t?en made a brigadier and brevet major-general ?t tba age of twenty-twa* \ MR. FRANK LOCKWOOD, Q. C. HIS RELATIONS TO THK EIGHTY CLUB, TO THK RAR, TO POLITICS, AND TO SOCIKTY. AND HIS LIKKN'ESS TO AN* KMINKNT AMERICAN. L radon, June 5. Mr. LodtWO ld, of whom I wish to say a word, In a moment has brought to light the most solid argument, or solid fact, yet adduced |n favor of an Immediate dissolution. In a speech to tha Eighty Club at Cambridge on Saturday, he re? lated how he met a man 1n the Temple the other day, and the man said to him: "I am afraid we are not going to remain la long." "Why?" "Well, I was walking d iwn Mid.Ho Temple Lane, ami, passing tba door af the Solicitor-Gen. aral, I noticed that his name, painted afresh, had been done In only one coat of ptlnt." Mr. Lockwood tried to consol" this distressed Liberal by pointing out that the SVilcitor-G.n eral, Mr. It. T. Reid, came of a frugal race, and like a true Scot, thought to mak;- one coat do where others would have aqaandsrad money on thn-e. Whether the mnn was KB-Bared he did not say, but tba audience was. if r.r reassured, amused, which ls a form of relief, ginee Mr. Reid, the BOW Solb Itor-G.n. ral, was at that moment In the chulr. Mr. Lockwood, at any rat.-, ls not the man to b.? cist r-own by trifles. He even turned upon his friend, Mr. Haldane, who ealfl A week or two prince that dissolution was at hand. He likened Mr. Haldane to one of tha weird Bisters nreachlag on som.- blasted Bcotdah heath. But Mr. Haldane also ls a. Boot, and ? canny "ire, and what he said was that dlssoin tim ls Inevitable, whleh ls a truism. If he ha$ Bald imminent if mtxhr have meant something, i'll,., h.- is Bupp ned to ba aa deep in Lord R'xsa. N-ry's confidence as aoybody; which perhaps ia n-.I very deep, V.ui have been entertained, no doubt, with this and m.ny o*Vr rumors an$ .?mens of dissolution. Hut y ai are aware thal Parliament is Btlll sitting, and though lt win not si* forever, I know of n i pirti ii.ir raaaoa, bat ac. Iden ta why V should ti',* c u.ij.l rte tba pres? ent aesston: still less of any particular re.isoa why the Government, wirh PBrHameBt onoa aafely out ..f the way. should i ir.- *.. appeal to tltuenctea which thus fir have shown a rn irked disinclination to undergo ; *<* Ot conversion to wblch L-l v aa be ry, at the very beginning of his Ministry, invited them. If you know anything ni."ir. Mr. Lvicwood, which I hope y.ui d i, you know that he in, among other things, a humortBL He has wit also, and the very rare art of telling ati old story with a new point to lt. or In a new form, which makef l' s'-s-rn |eag old. Apropos of dissolution, he re. pasted the mouldy fania of the prophet in tha north of England who weekly ford .11 the end of th-- World, and th.- coal merchant who declared that In consequence of these sinister predictions his customers ifould only buy coal hy the sack. Th.n can,- Mr. Lockwood's new ??? It waa not so mu.-h tint they expected the world Would (uti" to an end, but. if it .lid. il would not V- pl-as mt to be left with a sto.-k of 'sil -ii ifi!. it might I.- used against them. This Eighty Viii, dinner was given In hon^r of Mr. Lockwood. Than is a certain piquancy in tho dr 'ni - * ? 1 in th.- chairmanship of Mr. IL : 1 sin ?? Mr L kw .1 was th .ught likely '. have been mali Solicitor-General Instead of Mr. Reid, but was not. B dh ara good lawyers, i i most amiable ..? l ign able men. It may le that Mr. Lockwood was thought too brilliant cr too vari MIS. Hts - rival described bim as a humorist ..f delightful taney. Rut hus mor and delightful fai * precisely the Iii j wi,: a are th night n ibte to the Sollcitor-Oeneralshlp. Mr. Reid more hind somely and aptly spike of Mr. Lockwood aa "since the withdrawal of Sir Charles Russell to a more servos atmosphere, thc most -rilJiant ad? it tin- English bar." That ls a compliment of a very hlirh kind. Ot -?nurse lt Vs not mean tait Mr, Lockwood ia tha ..pul of sir Charles Russell, who had no equal. Nor d te* lt mean that he is the greatest lawyer at the bar. Blr Henry lames, Blr RI 'hurd ger, Blr John Rigby, would - be named Ly tl a pr f -v .n as the thrve grevi'.-t-t lawyers now practising. Rut the tribute pall to Mr. Lockwood Ly tha pr fesslon snd by the publlc ls Indicated truthfully by Mr, Reid Rrlll. lani h.- undoubtedly ls, and - for which last quality, or qualification, the client earea iii ire thin f>r th.- Bret. H.- ha* succeeded to a p.rtl.ti of the great : - Ssa. ia! Inheritance wnl'h Sir Charles Russell left behind him whea if became Lord His-, ll a Hf.- j.rage only 1 p--ii>si t,? that s.-r.ult atmosphere of which Mr. R.'ld to! 1 nn. Indeed, a gff.it part of the ink I '1 lu when Slr Charba became Attomey-0 ?".-?ral a ? .-ar ag i last August, for he was then obliged ta relinquish ail bm certain specified branchea of his practice. Tills xvas an effort t ward economy by Mr. Gladstone, who ls supposed to ur.l-rstar.d n..t only finance but e.-on.-my as well as ar.y insti living, ..r l^tt-T. Rut the lay min.'. ls rare? ly Been to advantage wlv-n pitted ugalrr-r the pr faaat .nil on a proffBBlonal matter. There Waa, t: i d uhf. mud) criticism anJ Bom-i corn plaint at vie time, from lawyers, It ana ?M that the Prime Minister, out of a mere sconom> 1 al frenay, and In the spirit of the Treasury, which ls a spirit of pnniUlniiaiMBS, hal r?luc>d his Att iraey-Oeneral's tncome bv x third Hut sins, the Attorney-Gcm-ral ceased til- Attor? ney-General, and became a law 1/orJ, lt has b.-ea openly sall that his fees under thc new arran-v* ment wena larger than under the old. His In come wis put at about MMOO True, .-f thia 1 irge sam, $:'.>.rtno came from tli- Behring S.n.ar? bitration. The Rrltish Government paid each of its two leading counsel, sir Richard Webster be? rni- the other, seven thousand puiv is. The United Btatea Government, being poor, and the representative <>f a poor country, paid Ita lands lng .'.nins..i thc magnificent Bum of $10,000, less than one-third the amount which Great Britain thought, none too great a reward for advocates eminent, no doubt, but not more eminent, or more abb' than ours. It isa testimony to Mr. Lockwood's poelttoaat the bar that he BUCceeda not only t I BOOM part of sir Charles Russell's general practice' hut to some .f tha; very particular part of lt whlc_ c.tine from Slr Gc .r?-_ Lewis. If there ba a so? licitor tn London, or anywhere In the world who has a reputation f.r winning causes, it ls 6ir George Lewis, As Iv lg n.t a!lowed by the cus? tom of tills curl >us country to try them himself In court, he chooses, as every solicitor does, ths advocates Iv thinks most likely to win them. Slr Charles Russell was bo constantly retained by him that ttcre grow ap In the minds cf those Who do ivt make distinctions a nvt .ti that be? tween Slr Gorge Ivxvls and Slr Charles Kus8_il there was a kind of partnership Thara was. of course, none, and none xv ml 1 ha'..' been possi? ble To hint at such an a: ram-vii"!;' wis but a decree of l)l-natilled and .Ilsapp .Int".i rivals, or perhaps defeated advernartea I refer to it only as an Indication >.f th.- rael Bamber "f important cases which were conti.lcd to Slr 1'h.irles by Slr George, and as n means of gauging the value of the Inheritance of which, as I said, part devolves on Uie brilliant Mr. Lockwood, As ic-fni buelnean, in both its branches, ts said to be falling -.ff has un louhtexlly fallen off dur? ing the last two rears lo a very large extent -lt ls, I Imagine, the llrst-rate men who nutter leaat. TbB mcll.vrltlcs In all the professions ara lu distress. And lt ls at such a mo mein that tho full advantage of a repu? tation like Mr. lockwood's h.- MBM evident. it is an additional advantaaja that ha has a personal popularity general enough to re? lieve him from tba odium which commonly at tends distinguished su.v-ss where the omp-'-l tb.n Ih keen; and never was lt more keen than now at the English bar. His professional career tua not Buffered from bia devotion to nrt ?