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Aatnso-ti' I'.'RK, S?rtB Brvotdyn 8-Ailo R-jffi: . Bill's i\"t 1 Wt-V a"'?:h;.'..n :;.,,- OAJtITaitK?S?Vanl*rU!? AIKVjs'Ti-J ClARDEK, ?> *? 34 Creery- IO a. tr., to io !? te ?CVavt* I ard ?rVj'Jrrlll*. CAIiiHTON PEACH MUSIC HALL *" Ryrsphe-iy (v ?-?"Tt. cas;,?4>-i i-i* th, roaslns SI -.- I ie 1-R' -f fJraidsa. *?*?-.-.,). ? VyCN MVSSE-tl to 11- WcrSd in T"*'!-. CLDORADO?1 ic r, and 0 lo T:M .-"' I "lil -Rena ?Mia. Il At UNITE TIIBATRS ll 13 Th! ai I OARDT3N THEATRS -I If ni-:.'. K'-'.'i Blt ,*. ;: * i "- S?Vaud -villa, :.:?.::-' ?: ey Ha HE in*.:* OARDEN s ta ;? v* ? :? rltl ? f*lA-*.*lIATTAN l: . V< il Kl- rt . i: . ? Ct>r,c.:'..- a al Hag. Lalla i. TKRRACE v igJN MUSIC HALI 1:15 Vaudeville, Jnbrr to 1\*jiifiliormcntc I'age.Col. Ar.ru.ei -vs .il A- ? |S ? Daausj ? Hosln**- ,.?.? . ?*< .11 Uutin* - .... o 1 Cunnii iii . ?-, -? '?>?? ..il D'.-?: . . U J l.ai.e* . .-' H,a( V* ? .JO 4 fl ? '-. 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This posrtsg* must be paid tv 1*4*0 .---Iher Reader. -,-,. bette) pe-vej ly buying their 'ne fm.u ? r**<idealer. FOREIGN POSTAOE To nd forelm -euntr!-* (**r*pt Canad* uni Mexico), I erst* ? cr,p? rn Th. Sunday Trkv.- : i-erit. t mpv en H*tilv Semi Weeklv .and W*?kl ?-. p: >, *. p,.tn.. -nu?t h* mi! by tubs-Tiber. ?UgMlTTAN ' r-m!t hy P itnl order. Rxpis-** Ord.r. Check Draft, I n-t'-'e-el T.etler. Cash er ro.tal N la ir **B| '.n en unregistered lr'fer. wilt bo at th. (.-nn't M-V, OFFK-FF "I- THE TRIPt'NF Milln erffles r.f Ttl* TrlV un- 134 vs.--ai st --'"w Tc-k Main uptown onie*, 1 ?42 Rri-dwav. Addre.t all correspondence limply '"th- Tr" -in- " fCw-Toi-h Muiupcan fra-i-h for idv.rtise-n.pt. ont-. TB. in*?t Str?et. r- ? ' : -,?n- rntl?ed FOUNDED BY HORACE GREELEY. riUDAY, JIM' tl. 1VH. TWELVE PAGES. I Ml. SEWS Tills MORNING. Foreign.?T."r,l Dunraven'*! yacht, the Vslkyrle, wa. sunk by the Batsnlta in a collision on th.? Clyde; ail c,n board were rescued, 1 ie l'rince of Wales*- yacht Britannia defeated the Vigilant In the race for rh- Muir Memorial Cup. tv. - An plot to murder rhe rulers ?.f all European countries luis b""ti discovert i ? the poltco of Rome M. August was elected president of tbe French Chamber of Deputies. Cholers ls spreading In St. Petersburg; '.her.- were several di cbs st various places In Europe. Slr Austen Henry Layard. the explorer and an! " lied In London. Congress (inly Hie House In sesa ? The Tariff Mil, as emended, nus received fr,un the Senate, but action on ii was postponed until to-day. Domestic-? Ther- was ? g three miles of the Lake Shore snd H ? I -,g out <>f Chicago; Ms Council Commltti . met the A. R. ll labor chiefs will discuss 1 a general strike; Debs Issued a Stu" more companies of regul i rjhlcago; th" train gstrvlce Impr ? S ?? - ?ral of the World's Fair buildings wire < by Ure. : . l'i-rc- forest fires rat . ern New-Jersey. - A natl I ll i invention In the Inti rest of good road! was opened tt .\ Park. - Th.* Constitutional C nventloi convened at Albany. ? - New-York woi : ?" I.iuisviiie; Brooklyn was. defeat! I al Bt. Louts City and Suburban.- The stc.uiii of Ihe lied li Una, hence for Ls Gusyra, returned to port with tbs cargo In her sfterhold on Ore.? J.K'l AV. Mas ui. es-Pollce Commissioner, died, ?s=x ii hvari Kilpatrick, the well-known builder who testified before the Lexow Committee, charged a policeman with Insolent c mdu t. Wlnnei al Sheepshead Bay: Relff, Gut1 i P Can dd ah ra, Henry ,.f Navan-", Herald, Live Oak. :-- -? Stocks were slightly rn ire actlvi tho railway list was strung under the lead "f BL Paul; Sugar Kt-lliiir.g fell . p-r cent oti ths un? certainty of the final tariff i luis, Money on (?all was easy at 1 p*-r cent The Weather.?Forecast fur to-day: Fair; wi st erly winds. 'Psm'peravtura yesterday: Lowest, M gggjfSSS; highest, 12; svent*r.-. TUsij. I'ersont ejoinij out of town for the twniratr, either to the ntmmer resortt oi their country homes, eon hare The Doily ami Sunday 'Inhune mailed lo them for $1.00 per month, or $2.00 for three mont hu. Irarellem in Ev rope can receive 'Ihe Tribune during their absence for $l.t>5 per month, foreign pottagt paid, or JJH4.45 for three months. The address of Ihe paper tall be changed at often an desired. Superintendent Byrnes ls noi d*n*pr*f4f*d to crit? icise tlic ciiica-.i police fur sllowlng iln* strik? ers In flint eily to have tln-lr own way, bur. tn* unliesllatitizly says that such thiogl Would li"f Ito permitr.si by tba police lu New-York, if declare* that the strikers have put (hemaolves In li'licllloii nut only ngninst the local SUtboriUea, lint .-ig.Tiiist Hie Geuitnil Croveniineiii. Willi a Ilyrnes lu couuuiifKl at I'liicaco, tbs first out brvak of Anarciilsiu would have heen promptly supiircssitl ami a complete psrslyslg of business would Lave in-ill Impossible. lu sinli n mat ter It Is thc first step Hutt counts. Special point will he given to Mr. Mi Kelway' ?striking address at Woodstock if tbe itstemeots linnie by ? lawyer "on information ami belier' liefo*-!* Judge Andrews, of the Supreme Court, jvstcnl.ny. provo lo bs boree ont by tbe facts. The ulle'.'alioii of tin- lawyer was that a client nf his had paid |000 to insure the success of cuftaiu suits in the City Court which were tried liefurc Chief Justice I-llirlieh. It is evident that the staremeni was made with scant considera? tion. thotn;h the lawyer promised to produce sn nttldavit by Ms client backing lt up. At prpsont ii suspension of Judgment is in order, of cour-*, Judge Khilich will iuslst th;it tito whole troth be made known without delay Dobs nppcnrx to be beginning to re.ili7.e the serious r-o;idltloa of affair, which his America a Railway liiiou hos brought about. At all events, bs has begun to make statements and Issue ni.'iiilfestur* and write proclamations wirri truly alfinnlng fn-ipieiicy and fltieucy. Ills I.itt'ST address to the piddle ls, in the main, an Appeal for arbitration of the tmuble between ihe 1'iillm.in Company and Hs former empkrye., He l:iyf thnt tlie American Rsllway 1'nioii ls rrady "to do imyihlng In its power, provided it ls honorable, IQ end till, trouble," and Insists that the rullm-rin Company shall meet Itl -mi j,!.,ves and "do them ."Justice." There is a Strong popular Impression that the company tug dealt with Its employes not only justly but fi Di - nj ly, by taking coutracts at a loss lu order (tot to close Ita shops. Delis is befogging his own mltni sud tho minds of those who believe lu him with runny wonls and hiirh-soiiiidiiiif jihnis.-s. Tin' ono question t" be settled now is wbef-ber Debi! !s or li nor the Government of tin- United stales. ? ? There seems to be ti strong disposition "ii (be par: of some of Senator Hill's c. .ilea ".nos ta discipline !i:iu for his adverse role "ti the Tariff bill. Une pr"|..>.-iiioii is ihat be shall l>- for? mally i'.ni "in vt the party by a roucas iv-"lu tion. That wi'iild be sn extreme n"iresure, which tli" .ler-headed Democratic Senators would senrcely Indorse, The probability ls, however, (bal he will not, for some time, st lesst, las pt-rsonn grata nt Demoerndc caucuses snd con fi rences. lint Mr. lill! ls not the man io repine ai snell treatment. It required courage to take and maintain his position oil ilils question, itud for (ilie win. has exhibited that quality in abun? dant measure exclusion from party rant*uaea oin hiive no terrors. Edward Kilpatrick, iii" builder, glands forth among witnesses before the i.evw- Committee us the only "ti" l>"ld enough and plucky enough to i'1-isi the blackmailing demands nf tbe police. Yesterday he appeared at Police llredquart?*w as I'oiiipiaiiiaiii nnd witness against a policeman win.tn tn* charged wi'h Insolence and neglect of iluiy. The officer attempted to us,, the fact cf Mr. Kilimtrick's testimony before (be Henate c immlttec to show thal hi* bore malice against tbe polio-, bul Cu.Issloner Martin, we sre glad to say, dechired (bat tins had nothing to do with the case, li would be In "riler, we pre sumo, tu show that Ihe pollee bear malice toward Mr. Kilpatrick, The builder deserves praise for h's stanly attitude both before Ihe I'.'iiiini'tee uni Ind'..ro the Police Commission. REBELLION TO BE SUPPRESSED. "Is lt revolution?" men ask, ns they read sc cullins nf resistance to United states officers snd troops wherever the railroad strikers are strong, lt li nothing of the kind, though Debs pleases himself witli the Idea that nine-tenths of the people will rise and revolt if Ihe Govern? ment undertakes to enforce Hs law- ll" for? gets that ii far more powerful rebellion was gnp press.si iliirfy years ago, though lt coal immy lives Snd elloITllollS sums of IDOney, The people. he will find, will uphold their Government against the insolent lawlessness of bis organ? isation, exactly as they did ngnlusl Ihe sectional rebellion of slaveholders, though far more quickly. The millions of wage-earners ar.* ii"; fools The great majority of them know- that tbe Railway Union is defying and attempting to d'-f.-at thc enforcement of decree! by United States courts in spite of all dishonest pre? tences. Debs himself foolishly betrays the In tentlon to resist In his mawkish regrets that (he United State* officials Imve bi*en misled by the statements of railway mu na gera Thc mun needs to be locked np and punished, for be is publicly Inciting men to defy tbe de? crees of rh.- c.uirts. There ls no longer the .-1 ghtest excuse for pretending that Ihe strikers respect ? robej Ihe di dalona of Ihe United Htateg courts Interference with trains, stopping of troops wlieii si nt to enforce tbe law-, gre acts whlcb call for swift nnd stern punishment, The quicker thc gravity "f these crime* ls shown by severe nnd pitUiia punishment of leaders snd Instigators thc fewer misguided men will be drawn Into criminal resistance to law. When the conn orders strikers not tu trespass npon tin* property "f companies for which they hat's refused to work, and not to hinder "flier men from working, li mean- thal any person wh.. in.uple. cars, or sets switches wrong, or climbs npon trains to Interrupl hands In th.-ir Work, becomes ll rebel ngulusl Ihe t'liited States. Everybody who Incites or ? v uses such defiance of btw tskes a rebel's part sgslnst the Govern ment of the i.pie, nnd needs tu 1"- dealt with vigorously. The Issue i- no longer between lbs railroads and tbe men who have cbosi*n to work, lt li between ihe I nitt*d States Govern? ment nnd those woo rebel against and resist Its authority, !? is not pleasing to the striken fo find thst the laws and the civil authorities an* thus ar rayed against Heir demands. Hut they ought to have considered before th.-y began st niggle whether th?*y had any legal right tu block the commerce of Ihe c.nutty In or.br to fore- a single employer of labor, w lit. whom they bsd nothing whatever to do, into running his works at a loss. Th (Ugh they did not full** real Ize H. their vi ry ad was one "f rebellion again.) constituted authority and against the s-elfure nf the people. Thal they were more than half swan* of the fact ls betrayed tnt their repeated assertions thal tb?*y do n"T mean to resort tu violence .abd will not resist thc laws, even whlli they un* in fact defeating by evi ry means In their power the execution "f Ihe ordi rs of courts These men, In fact, set up ile ir own In terprotatlon of the law against the judges sp pointed t" Interpret lt, precisely an the rebels of 1801 ged np their own construction of ihe Constitution against tbs Government of (be United Btstes, There ls greai need of prompt and eteni msnlfestatloni of the power snd the severity "f the law. In order that men may real? ise thst they have no right to inert their own construction of the laws against the authority of their country. Tb.- President snd his Cabinet deserve lo be upheld and heartily commended for their deter mined efforts lo enforce rho orders ..f the court against opposition "f every form. It was not to be expected that anv man charged with the grave responsibilities of government would shrink in such nu emergency from upholding tin- law. since it uni-*: bc dear lo any man of ordinary comprehension that there stands be? tween the people and all their Industries and all their rights on the one hand nnd rotlrdeas Anar? chy and bloodshed on Ihe other nothing bul tin authority of the civil government, the laws of the United Btstes, god iiietr faithful enforce? ment, it is to-day the duty of every respectable citizen, whatever his party or lils occupation may be, to opboM (he (aWernment by which alone his own rights can In case of ned bc defended and maintained. ENGLISH UltiDTs is Till: TRANSVAAL. Th" "Commandeering" Inddent In the Bouth African Republic, which has Ju-t l.n -satis? factorily closed by Slr Henry I.-n-h, furnishes some good material for "lura bouffe, The Transvaal, a- tin- land In question ls commonly calie.i. ls Inhabited chiefly by liners, bul con? tains a large number of Englishmen and other Europeans, The gorernmeul ls, however, ex? clusively in Boer hands, no EngUsbmen or other abeu being allowed to rote or to bold office As .-oinpetis.-ifioii foi* Hm-* being deprived "f the rights of dtlzeushlp, nil aliena except the Bug tish have been by law exempted from military service. Bm tbe Englishmen, becauie they sro numerous snd ru-.- the ba-ai fighters In the terri? tory, have been compelled tu serve In ihe army, lind have Indeed been generally put In the fore? front of lilt* bailie. Tills. Of course, Was 1lit.il embie, tJntt men should be Impressed in*" the army of a Government In the msklng of which they bad no pan or lo:. \ vigorous protest was ina le. Lord Ripon, iln* English Colonial Si-op'ta-y, miga)! hive been glad to Ignore lt and h-i ibo Boen go on oppressing tho Englishmen. Fm sir Henry I*" h. rue High Commissioner In Bouth Africa, is muds of oilier sniff. Ile h:is pir-'oiially gone up to Pretoria and read (he riot act, with the result that the dragooning o' bli ta -untrymen Into D cr service will hencefor? ward la- ui.!;:IO'S n Tin- -grotesque featuro "f r,,* ease is lu the rea-on why tbs D "rs discriminated against Ktu'llshiueu. Tld. was bemuse Hie latter be? longed to a auDcrlor Power. When, in 18SL England restored nominal Independence to tba Transvaal, it was gUptilsted that the Qu4***n should remain ?'suzerain'' of the Boer Republic. Just wliat "sn/.ernln" meant In this ease no one I Iii England seemed to know; or. at any rate, ventured to say. Bul the ll""i-s pur their own Interpretation npon lt. The Queen was suseraln; therefore her (lovei'tiniefit was superior I" that of the Transvaal. A superior Government could liol cindi's,vin!, to make treaties w I'll Its subor? dinate; therefore England could not ger for her ?subjects sii.-ii exemption as other aliens enjoyed. And so fin- Boers, because tiny wera Inferiors, might Oppress mid harri as much as tiny pleased th.* English, because they were superi? ors' i if course such an argument was not pul forward In terms, bul it was practically acted upon; mid would have been t'"i" years to rome had not the outraged Englishmen mule a bold stand for their rights and threatened the Hoers with a summary nndolng nf the work ..f Majuba Hill. AS I" TNJUNt TIONS Bpenklng "calmly and thoughtfully," ns hr de ('larvl, at Chicago on Wednesday, Eugene V. l>e-'S Bald: "So far as ibo Injunctions .-.-ried upon im* nnd the other offlo re of tbe union -ire euueerued, w.* ure noi troubling ourselves uh mt that parr of the managers' game. We have vb, Iiik-i no laws, and care nothing for the a.-Hon which was taken, ... I cue as little for Ihe proposed Grand Jury Indictments ns I do f,,r the injunctions " spca i, in c., perhaps loss calmly and thmighl fully, Inn m.ire eplgl ' Hy, uni '.. pre. risoly Hi-' sam.* effis*!, ai Gravesend last fall. John Y. VlcKano said: "Injunctions don't :." down here; se.*'.'" Tl:.* j.resell! postofflce ii.ldress "f John V Ml Ki'lle is; "Sill'' Sill!.'. N. V ill til C.- of th Warden of Hie Btate Prison " PROOEI V vs" EXAMPLE In advocating a sound Republican ticket in N"\v York tli'.s fall The Tribune is urging pro dsely tie* saul.' course windi lt recommended .1 ,\ ? .ir ago In Hf".'klyii. Af an earh stage In ih" municipal canvass "f last year In Brook lin weatrongly ami repeatedly ndviaed tin* Dom? ination of a Republican for Mayor ni"! of a straight ticket, Tb.- reorganized Republican party in Kines i 'outity, we were i-out inced, could not be depended U|iou to vote (??:? a Democratic raudidute for Mayor and ii combination tlek?*t. When tim Independent lleuaicrats nnd the Com rotttee of Gue Hundred were organised, ami u stroll" eil,,n was mad'- tu bring Mr Gaynor, a 1 lemoi-ra'. Info iii,- (Jeld and to for,.- him upon tli" Republican convention, we t....k ile* ground thal a straight ticket must !"? nominated li- 11 i-l by a Republican ol 1.i:-.;.- ? training, pre eminent fltm-ss for offliv aud I I i har .icier, who would command the .up|>ori nf g.1 ?is of all parties When Mr. Bchleren wa. Cited " ii' u ll v'- its rollo's isl lo the li ' ter, Mr Si li,.--??:,'- name was i I la. a l a fen duy. lief >re Ihe Republlt in ' . i un ll- was presitletU "I lin l'.i'....K'..i 'i V lug kb i". iud liol I.i i ? ? I with Ihe !? uifiou of Hie part) li K h. \ I Ol f lc li el Og llb-' ' , lill ,'1 1-7 J 'T a I -' H , . Ill 1*<*A| ll WIS ktl' '?' '. ll ll lu' Mils in full ?h.- H. pul iking ni . '1 ,i" Ri iu:;a . ? ' ' 1 Iii:,, ll- n lo j.al.la Ci. a 1 ' ' ' ' Huniln-d aud ::..- ! . . . dorset! Its :i.'t!",i 1 he 'l ribune h Heil w Uh tb" i, thai 1*- adi lc* had been f lluweil, v Reform city and i ? tm". I I id, Mr lin,.' Repuh Hean supp Tl for Justice ol and Mr Kinki fl' ubtslulng Republ i in Ind - ?.***:?? \ ; ?. ilthotigli bi itlj repudl Sti I Hld was deft a*.-I The ll gWept K - I ' ' Hi I,..' sud Mt ll ?- nor Mayor t*v bieren has prov l a tu * ?" farsighted and popular official The govern milli Of Hr-'"l.i,Ml ll l- u . ll I' ? ra top ? , ? ".u.i The 'l i" . -'.I work wi, , || ,,... il ne in Hi-,..l.l,\ n !'? p. iti d in Nevi york ibis y< ur lt stands for the a ime poi.- j. lt recommends pic.-'ly the same met h. .ls li ,v strongly i ow as lt did i i< ii in noni , f, ? m cr nf a Republican ??( tin* blah ? ?st rejnifatlon and of recognl**i*d lillie** for ..ill.e |f a !!? publican tl<'k?'l b.*sdi 1 h ns g.I a . andi.Int.- as Mayor Hehleren cm Iv ln?!,-,| and ib"*.'l in this town, a In nteil, de ban. lu I, demoralised governiiM*nl eau be ovi-r thrown inni reformed her.*, us it was m iir.,,,i, lyn, Tli" Tribune asks for no bis and for no more in local politics Hi!- fall in New Vork than lt deninuded and obtained a ye ir ago lu Hr iklyn. BRITISH l\n Ll ll tTlMONY. "The Engineering Magnslne*' bas a well-In formed Blld thoughtful un Ide on t'lllnl and i ie lintel Mat.s, which has n diiecl bearing upon n?. abrogation of the redprurtty agni'inetit. ;ii,,,iii pi iv ib-cr-.d by i'..iiu'1-.-f>. It is N-ritteii lu- aii englne-er, K Bhermiin Gould, wini hus re (?emly been superinteudlug Imporinnl work. In Cul.'i, and is noi designed fut political effi*cl lt contains a comparative exhibit "f tbe export trad" of the United States with Cuba lu inv? alid IMUS, show lu" aii Increase from (rll.'JRT.IRM to $23,604.(104, in breadstuff!-, pnivlslons, vege talilt-. lua.-liliiery. Iron muiiufuctures, builders' hardware, railway bars, coal, manufactures of wood and iiciii\ other articles. Out of forty. entries In H"- table there sr.dy two, lisper and lian, which do not reveal Increases in cl port. A more convincing demonstration "f thc utility oi' iii" lleclproclty policy In enlargluij the etport ii:nh* cotilil hardly lie desired, Thc following extract- from a reporl of the llritl.h Consul General at Havana clinch the srgumeni from itstlstlcs: Urltlah tra.!?? with Cuba has almost b-etoms s ? . an! iii.-l-r tim rect ? I I ni:- | si,c. i of A lea practli all piles gil tba wanta ol tha lalati I si il Its produce. . . . Machinery, which formerly wa* large), upplled by Kn.lund, Germany, Prance and belgium, now nearly all comes from th* i nib I ., snd the mi Mud required fir thi rea amount of augar manufactured In Cuba is inl? and nf gre it value. The rectproclt) treaty between spain snd tbe t'uiii-l States would upi"-.ir to be rn.iiii!-. beneficial lo lbs latter notion. Articles, auch aa machinery, lr..n, ste*-!, coal, etc., which formerl) came prlncl pall) fran lair..p.. mel coiiMuu. tu pui duty winn Imported fr un Ihoae countries, are admitted free of duty when coming from America ? > thal the former trod* la fast disappearing, ult hough tom* articles ul ISiigllah manufacture and of superl ir (jiiuilty ur.* Billi able '' c.mp. te. notwithstanding lb* duty. . . . The free admission of cuban augar Into the large market, of thc I'nltesJ Uta le* is. ,,r course, th* great Inducement tor rt pa In to enter Into an arrangemenl by which sb.* aacrlflced a con? siderable portion ot ter customs revenue, Tli.- efTecl of the reci ? treaty bi tween Ihe United Hts tea and Si.alu In r.tt.ui :, ber Weal Indian colonies hai I.n to threw nearly the i Cuban trade Into me bandi .f the Hatted Bute traders, with whom Imported o( gu i from let f '?' ?' I ntl na ? u noi ? impete, h n lng to pay, by i'" ?' '"'ty. hlg! er Import duties! That ls British ex-pen testimony t,, n,,. rshie "f ,1'" ll '-'i!Tacity policy, lt cannot bc |,n peached by any Democratic l< fish tor or Journal I rt Ison testimony, it .? inonstrntes the sue ec-ss of the Am. rican exporters under the reel prodty agreementa lu capturing Hu* Cuban mar ket and expelling European rivals, with such i tribute ua Ods from u British official to thc ? openitlon of reclproclly, what can tie said of tbs action of the Democratic Senators la abrogating (he agro-merits'.' They have shut mit Atnerlciiu exporten from s market where they were virtually without rompetltlon, and where trade has been more than doubled since the agree? ments wen* made. They have done this, more? over, for the beiieilt of the Sugar Tnist. They hive deliberately sacrificed the Interest! of the fanners, the niannfai'turei's, the produdng classes god tin- exporters, a nd blindly surren? dered to a gnnip of monopolists wholly unde? serving "f sympathy or support. ASH THIS WHAT. I>F.I\St You may not be aware, Debs, that ti great many tholtsaud American citizens probably, If a p*st rote were talon, au overwhelming ma? jority of the putin population consider you a quite unnecessary ami absolutely unmitigated nuisance, and desire to have you abated. They ar.- p.-.,pb- who never saw you. sud until last week ii--\er In-ard of you. Tin- reason why they feel In this way toward yon. I).-hs, is because tiny think you have, for gome purpose of your own, wantonly and nckles-iv Interfered with tlnir html rn***, held them up on railroad trains In remote places nt out-of-the-way station*, hlndern] thom in th"lr Journeys, subjected them to en,lb ss annoyance and Inconvenience, cul off their supplies "f prevision*, obstructed the malla carri iii',- their correspondence, and called thou? sands "f iiii-u from work they were glad t" do for employers against whom they had no griev? ance, driving them through enforced idleness tu miser] lind want, and Initiating thereby :i c'ltise les* and iiiiii.si-ss.i -\ uar lie tween classes which cm only result In disastrous losses on one side ami unmeasured distress un tli" other They say they ar-- nut conscious of having given ymi any occasion for sneb cruel treatment; that they had not so much as differed In opinion with vu mi any subject, mt tat as they know; in tact, that iiiii.I Hui lugan to feel lu their own per sons and property th" effect of ymr Indiscrim? inate assault most of them were unaware that yon in av engaged in a controversy, and all were Ignorant <<t ifs merits, you are extremely un popular with th.-s.* pc.pl.*. Deb*. Then* gre pus seager trains standing Still "ti sidetracks lu various part* ..f the country in tin* neighborhood of which yon could ii"! appear without seriously emla ngt-ring \ mir health, lt is hardly to h.- wendi rei at in the circum? stances thar He- thousands ami hundreds "f thousands ..f .n, women and children whom .cm m.* subjecting to *wb trials and hardships in what th.-y believe I" h.* utter wantonness should h.- linens.-i a ml augry and resdj to do violence upon yu Hu: violence toward you per*.liv. however |tis| may In* rh.- popular mi.-:it yon lue- incurred, would I"' iliad i|s,-,l Yu bare, of iimrse, done a gp-ur deal of et, us iou well l.m.iv, l.ut personal vice bu..- done '" you cannot reined) 'ba- Y..u should h.. taken In batu! by flu* constituted au I buri fies, and under .Im- process of the laws cu ha\e contemned 'ind Violated pur where cur [silver f ? continue doing mischief will be il. .V;*J thal, we presume, ls whit w ll even (uti Hy I..- ibuie with \eii Hui \ ?? \ eu tu re to in,per., whal Indeed, until rotir cit. v I. .I,.- kcal, whi* is your ni*: n i c.- pu: p .-?? 1. r ns suppose -. ni hu.- sui-1-c..led ;n Stopplug ii"! only all ia i .-. Imf all im.) ? Ilieut. all trawl, a --. as 'In- Up ? ?Us blather-si*!!" Sovereign non protases tl. th.- a--, h. \ ..f h's Knights ..f [.abor What with tl"' ? ? Pul I mu u < '"in pail)' to ' ' ? li tratloU Hi" i|il's:;.,:i r lt -hull start up lt- bile *h..p- ami du business .,! i i -, yon hai- continued lr, as you -iv, to compel Hi" railroad companies (o ,u li run wlibh rou P. It was ouiff |HH**ihle from the outset that neither Pullman I'oinpaiii nor th.- railroads would with ymir den. cul-; that they would -how ? ? much s'iii,'?,n,ii, -. in n-slstlng .- i ? 'i uml \.iir Railway Union In making i i what. 11 .? How c.ubi you | ? .un to c .iii fal I ince? Supp,.? Hi' ?. .biillld as liney hue ali. adv dom* tu Some i\ N ,? -? ii i -:.il ami mu1' How long did you ur do you pr..;..-" tu stop th" business ot' the w hole coimtri. '.* i' - . ? that you do now sueccisl In com ?h.- railroad ? timpani!** ' > sub,nit lo tin- condition, you Imp"-*' and the Pullman Company to -tan its works .ubi resume busl m-- at a 1"-- Supp..*" i,ui clreiimvenl 'he an ? - 1. fi 'le- court, ami defeat the Govern iii.:,! .d' 'h.- 1 ti '..1 State* "i ',:- .lier'- to HUI In vier ami enforce law Then wbut, Debs'/ Wini run- th.- i.cir..a.!-'- Tile ..wini's. ,,r cu ami th.- Hallway Union? Are rou n?1 In ibso lute eon tn il? Have the owner* of the prom?rty any right* Illili y si ar., boll ml '?? p 4|ns't? Hal? ing fled 'h-iii up so efl'-.th ? Iv on..*, wini' ls tn hunbv eui dui us* Ii win ii and ns ufteu ns you piesse? of c.nts,* yon would exercise your enormous [tower or think you would prod. ly; bul do you Iblnk tbe people nf this country Would like tu feel from this Hine forward thal all tlnir business interests and their own free dom of movement were dependent upon the will ..f one man, even tf you, Debs, were that man? Hove .wu thuight how much [Hiwer the smiles of thia Mr.ke would pul In ymir baud*? Ami Whether III'' people lV"tll'l I '. ? 11 k. ? 11 (ll KUtllllll ? ? ( your suit ess, I...., ls (he defeat "f the I iil'.-l States Government And then what. Deb*? If yon ami your Railway Inion can ih?fy the authority and sci at naught rhe power of Ihe United statis Government In this matter yell may lu nm miter Are yon timi ymir Rall way Union prepare.! tu fake charge of ihe whole -oiititri. to supersede the trovernineul snd a* slime lbs exercise of Its functions? If. as cai suv, ymi sre tbe majority, it will come to thal in ihe end; but wouldn't lt iv better to walt lt rt t il by actual polling ymi hud nut that yon are the majority before faking s,, great a re. tpoiisiii lity'.? \o, no, lilli- Y.ui cannot sue peed. Voil have had a much more remarkable career than Coxey, Imf you are a greater mis lake, nml we suspect ilia! when you lin get tn (all yon will stay lhere longer. YACHTING ON THE CLYDE. The yacht race mi fte- Clyde opened with a deplorable ncchleut ami pnded with a victory for th.- Britannia under condltlona which leave her superiority to the Vigilant an open niles Hon. ihe sccldeut ls to lu* deeply regretted on both Sides of the A11:111 tit*, since lt involves Ihe loss of tin* Valkyrie and the disabling of the Batautta t?r a good part of the racing season 'lin* (wo yachts in manoeuvring for tin* start were kicked (ogether, ami Lord Dunraven's boai wini io the bottom In a few minutes, the owner anl crew being re*ctied with difficulty. lix planatlou* of tu,* acddenl illtTer, hut lt is evi dent that there was keen rivalry In Jockeying for a good start and thal the Bala ulta did not hue room to turn. While Americans will be relieved to learn lliat their own yacht was not responsible lu any degree for lin* collision be? tween the two boats, they will gympattllse deep ly with bord Dunraven In tin* misfortune which has einleil Hu- career of Hu* famous Valkyrie A mop- honorable sportsman hus never sailed ihe seas, ami le* las i,,st his yacht after making a daring effort to Increase her sail area nnd to retrieve her defeats lu American waters Tin- Britannia and the Vigilant had ihe race to themselves after the confusion ami tracer tainty caused by this moat unfortunate i.Went. Tin- English yacht had tin* best nf Hie si.m. being quicker in stays, bul ihe American yacht' matnicuvred well in nu unfamiliar course, mid tho crew made a good exhibition of seamanship. It waa Scotch weather, the yachts starting In a thick mist, continuing rhelr courses with a freshening wind and gusts of rain, and ending with an upproach to a drifting match. The Vigilant ltd the liri ta ti tua over the greater pan of the course, and seemed tin* better boat when there was a stiff wind blowing; bul sin- -gras OVertSken and passed hy her rival when the brees*) moderated toward (he end. It would be unfair to conclude that the Britannia won by flukes god Haws. 'I'h" Ilrst Victory was fairly earncl, whether by superior seamanship or by favorable rondltions of wind nt the close; but the Vlgilant'l work was so excellent when ths wind wag strongest that the coinparaflve merits of the (wo yachts have not been decided by the Brat meeting. The Vigilant's owners seem to have been drawn info this mee against their "hjdgmeut through good natureii reluctance to disappoint Scotch spectators, who swarmed by thousands to tie* banks ot" iln- Civile to witness an Inter natIonal nie*. The yacht had been hastily re? fitted, and Captain Halt nnd his men had not had time to become familiar with nu Intricate racing course, the difficulties of which wen* !n (Teased by mist and showery weather. A defeat by half a minute limier therua -conditions ls not only indecisive, but lt is also honorable, sine lt reveals characteristic American readiness to puter a tact* even with the chances distinctly unfavorable and to make ,-i plucky effort to win lt. Perhaps the safest conclusion io be drawn from Hie lirst race will lie that rh" Britannia and th" vigilant are very evenly matched, tipari from the handicap of time al? lowance against the latter, and that several trials will !..- needed before any niarked sn periority of one over the orher can h.- claimed with confidence. it ls most unfortunate that the contest his iieeii narrowed down t" thes,. two yachts by the los- ,,f the Valkyrie and the disabling of the Batanlta; bur the Britannia hy ber record and hy general Consent of yacht designers mid s|n.risnien represents the b.-st that English skill ami science have been able to produce. With two close rivals excluded hy tin- accident, lt re? mains mu International contest between rh" fast ssl American and English yachts. May the bet? ter boat win! Britannia rules rh.- wave for the tlnm h.-lng. pi itmaster-General Bignell, hs tbe p-suit of a. r-p *rt ..f the commission r.-vntiy appointed by him to consider the n.*e,|s ..;' the New-York 1' Bl Hu.-, bas derided to make es of more 'bm 1100.000 fur sddltlonsl carriers, for derk Ititi' snd for new statl ms. slump Sgen 1"-. tl is au encouraging circumstance that I I Washington authorities are h'-a-ftming to recog? nize :>v Imp irtsn e of the P wtofrlce In this city, tl ought to !.*? tn liberally, in vie** * rs importance, of tbe vast quantity of rn tl ' ere ick! of the great revenue which lt ihes. inst.-ml, li risa ""fi been dealt with ? ?? pan in a manner that can only be I 1 a* shnbbv \\',. ure glad bi believe rhaf ? ginning of a better ? Debs should ta fsct faa* - ? figure "ii !i<* public Muir., ai l ti::, i much space in I gey now? An 1 where will l*ehs 1." a few w* "ks :,. ", ? the .pening of 'ids- year's : ' *- M ? - x !' ? t fig lil's f,..W> - bulk of humanity ls of no Im] ? . r. It ls of r, aa serving ,, draw - ttentlon ta if.Ides I the roost tuK'usf deliberative gaesmbly In Hie world. There * m. other parliament thar .-an compare In tntlqulty with thst which met yesterday- "Tyn ,..a : lei" In the open dlr on the summit of HUI, ii was aires ly venerable when bdm La k'ar ! Hr-' ll.ed ls bal ls t ? : ii nearly twl e aa peer at Weil M re . t ?? ir* ag * the \ : m Irlih Bes, ? foiio of g ivernment they i.i I enjoyed In Iceland. Amid si! the wars and have lin ?<? ".ired li itrittsh l?:.-s. rhat Oovernment has been un llsturbed Nearly a century ago the parent ind was ll !. but Itl dans offshoot is tm maintained, with neartj authority and with all Its old Inie u M.- c- Ker d I lei ll it he took ? ; - ' il 'rain ; - In fl"'." t., set th* Q\ md Pris ui, that he came near iving to travel thlrd Inss The thought -f the greal Pantata In s hlr-il da** ? alculated to rend i thrill ? of every loyal member i my Hu!!. -?. -? . ' i heel long ac 'usl imi ' I k ipnn Greal Britain ns the principal maritime icwer on the fsce of the globe thst lt is Borne .v;.,-,. Btu : i Isl thSl H ts suffering fr..ni p.. .ame di sa the ("nlted States, lamely, the number o( alleni among Its sail..rs. rtocordlng to nu officlsl report inst submitted , Parliament, of every eight seamen In he British mercantile marine ar i-.-i.t three ire foreigners The matter ls of considers ito concern to the English Admiralty, which ms been accusti.1 I t look upon the uer. ? navy ns ri reserve upon which the rovemment could 'baw for Hs cruisers In tims ,f war As lt ls, the Royal Navy ls notoriously indi rmanned, snd unless some st,*|rs ure sdopted o obtain ?' fresh supply of well trait d seamen, (real Britain may eventually find ber magnlfl ,-ut cruisers poweib-ss to protect lier shores from nvailon and her ci,,nbs from conquest With tb- "bb f "f itrtklng a blow si those pro ?-ts-i.in.il agitators who are the curse and bane ,f every trade and Isbor union, rh.* French legls iture in-* Juli peised a rneasure providing that io person shall be permitted to remain a member ,r ,, lab >r -organisation who ins n it worked reg ilarly at lils trade for three yean lt remains ,, be seen how this statute will operate, and t i rhal extent lr em b" carrii l int i effect. PERSON IL. George w Cable "hus named bli summer home at Northampton, Mass , "Sta-, awhile." Iii-.,! Admiral Tl bnlkowskl. commander of the tusstan Ironclad Sitnj. SSbO was recently ap i.tinted chb't Of strtft of the K'li'Slan fleet In the (luck S.-a Is oin- of Hie most esteemed Officers In lu- Russian Navy, Elijah Bryan, of Nevada, Mo., who is now In hts llnety-flfth year. n. a youth helped to defend the lome* "f tte- MlSSOUril setlle.es iiKfllri.t .... r 11.1s of Hack Hawk's warriors His family Is related tu h*,t of Daniel H"..tie, and he own* an old flint ode gun Which mus ti favorite with the fronftera II in Mlts Ethel Har-ruden. a .Inter of the, author of 'Ships that Huss In tbe Night," hus written th. inisic nf a fantastic opera entitled "The Tsboo," fbi, ll bu* be.-n successfully given In L*OSdon Milton Tibbits, the tlfteen-i.-iir-oid editor mid iroprietor "f "Th* Walkington Weekly Bulletin," ecelved much attention in Hoston ilnrttig it recent lilt. ii* ii Admiral PTedertck Masse, whose daughter ros uuirrlisl th" other dav to a BOO ol' Hurd faails uirv. was the hern of the fumoii. ride thrungli the tusstaa urniy from the BngltStl nj-my to the Kng isii Beet, during tbs Crimean Wur. m. deed vnu rnmortallsed by "Punoh" in ? [mem erititled. 'Lieutenant MtiXHe-. Hide." The New-York eoffi*asrpoa4ent of "The Pfellsttstpbls ?ress" (ms learned Hint Arcliblshui. Corrigan, of lils city, ls nguiu In high favor ut (tome. lb- says: 'Bishop Francis .s t'luitanl. of Vincennes, Ind.. vim has eery recently returned to America from s rlslt tu the (Sternal City, st ipped In New-York on il* way liotne, ami had a. long conference with the trchblahop. Tu him Bishop Chalani brought S ueasago from the Holy Father, who gald that he ' wa. well aware of the anxieties and Woifbtlg thai ha*l beset the Archie-hop during th- la*l .'? a yeJrV and that he trusted thst th- miitterlngt ani sruro! hiing, of certain parties thd nu annoy the Un*. York prelate more than they did the Holy Father himself." J. W. Egan, chairman of the Qeeersl Managers, who-" roads ar- now suffering from the striita, wa* once a machinist*' apprentice in th* Illinois (Vn'rul sb..p-, and ros.- st. p by Step ut.til he b,. esme preetdent Among rhe royal riders of th" Wheel are th* King of th" Belgians Queen Wilhelmina, 1'rlnce*, Waldemar and ("url of I renmark, and l'ldacst George and Nicholas of Greet ? TUE TRIBUNE FltESlf-AIR FUND. ACKNOWIJCDOMENT8, Pre-. I ?? ledged.*7''.-.1 ft, Balance from Coal and p.i rand. nu) Mun- Roger*. l'.iOf) A l"'i' '".I . l'.iig "Hiving AdveMlte ? llnmenl given by tl,,. Chelefreoi club, a club computed of giris . Tn*) In ne mut of Charles Ka. ??' i). b>i<4 Hain Franklin . IS B. W. Ii. 8Oj J. H. Ii. Kia) c. 1: n. fi io H H. ". S H. I"") Iii memoriam. l"i?) In memory "f Juli.. Ow I. J 1. 3'D ):,,ic Margaret, NVw-BiuntwIrk, N" J. ? > im ll. Skinner. Undi . 5m J II Hunce, Jr.. Miaal-cwn. Corn. fJO) M P, l(. . 2<?) Pb . . IW pl.,.. ? !* r,f a fair I,'bl ii' I lng compani I Th- ari ? i. ? ,n r li William., . ? ??!.? . ck IS i| Total .Inly S, IIN. ? ?? ?'-'Ut HOW THE COTLDRBN WENT To YiiintNIa. ll Utor Of Th- Trlb'.m-. Slr; Tb- Tlmbervllle party i f twenty-one cMii-ea arriv I safely il their destination on Tu ii] trtMm lng it fi o'clcs \<. ab at fifty mtnutea late The trip was uneventful, thanks to the ? you had mad-. I bad an -xatnpl" of the poWCf uf jr Influence at the Button, before thi train ttarted. We got to the dei re tba start? ing time, iii .,rd. r to get th" children aileen before going. Bul the pera ri I i wham I . that ii.- could aol g. ii..ari tin within hair an hoar el the starting. I told him J Bl If a, but he assured me lt made ro dlffi -. the President of the Cnlted Btatea could not get ol he fore the time." I said bo more, but nan I lor the master; but Miss Jollenbeck had leen lim be? fore i did. .-.nd the words ""Tribune Prei -Air Fund" accomplish-! wh c the word*, "Preifdegg of th,- United Btatei" would .n-ffectual to do. We lui ,i cir all to ourselves, ind ll waa but a ihort time bet re ill 'he children wer* stretched out, using their bundle. I At Wash ni there w. had I i lay off 1 < hour-, the children rna I* life who vei distal wai ' when we had pani I Harper* Ferr) 1 un ' lt CJII1- OUt I | i'd the ' ir with gre ; rr looked with awe on the earful of qulck-wltteg youngitera, wh" iml'a?? tent of tb* n. On* c -, Inquire of me, with rn ? nm ?i-ni 'hlldren -rph-iin-'.'" 1 told him the) were nu, but w.-re Fresh-A lr children, at, t he w ? .y, probably mon mystified than ever Tht lay wa* il. thr.iagh the frequent t furn fi-1 exeellei ? stitch to yell, and they 1 ? ? the utmost ll !' .vic :: '.i B ,; to i we had .1 ll bat - Hie : - na . I ri . en ? - I lentil you in picture the - ne lt d ? igeri irhlch the g .1 people received :ny kent, rn itherly la ly after another erne i:;. .ml carry "ff tht girl! r bo) - wi: . have n< i er i I kindness fr >m [ 1 . . < ? tiding armlet, i,. lay I think that ? ; - lured . ' .aw ou ? Vir? ginia '-? Hering poor of ?i H irner, fha ? .- . ? ' * rival. He wi '1 id supper1 al ' ' 'TB - are - it ?? th* la le, 1 In-' -*-p -1. fort of I n them, tt thia 1 ; ,r?d rh*- nain-- of Sam, and be la going to act as rheir guldt ai I counsellor. He will nave .nough to di. f..r he aisOn i Mi Ha mei ? -h..' d di), t know ma.-h. "Why Mit' Hamer, dey don't eb?n know what a barn ls." si;,i h.-, in I :h-n h- laug-ied ul tm !.\.\ir-:s iii'nteh - rvllte, Va , Jul) .", i?:n IN MEMORY m ME PHELPS. fOHN VDDISON PORTER'S TRIBCTE TO BIM At wooDtrrocg In rf-*- courae of his il Indiffer? ence" ..r tha fourth ot ration al W -1 ito k. J :--i a tdd "i P c ter, E Hi ?: ot 'Th.* h., -1 Post.' ? dlowing ir;: sm Walter With Mr H .iv- - lion ar. 1 at his ri I am permitted to make nome rn tc. n i |,- ? tl ? ni Ju Ige an '- llatlngulahi i itateim u ,-.a--, i ni ii, wh ? wai : . have o : ' lay'i pp granim . which In hil Head baa been as* ilgned to m.-. , near relative and a dear friend. I: ? thia connection the Hon. William v. ,. In .. .is in him were peraontfled many of th* us? ual much of th* .-I uncom* -?vu IS ? ' li;. .ind Inheriting fi ..,1 th* kln.man who i um .1*1 ch rs t 1 1 diver ' '/?? ri. at the -arl i the I-'us; an evei ; bert) and .1 high respect for law, .lu lg- Phelps never ceased, from hi- boyhood'! lays to iii fatal Illness 1 fortnight igo, t ? giva to h .1 hatever in linn w is greatest and 1 Receiving u 1 .. mau mu.h wealth, entitled to the big noel il position, li- yet 1 f as fatthl ? rk ,1- If hi dependent upon lt i'*>r bis .>?? support and tba i. - fan tbove a -? men, he fud a I va "f what wa- 6-ieat and beautiful ind grand H ?:. preset! . ha bearing nnd bli language, ncr- .\n in>j.:: , those who met him to bear their proper shs Whatever opportun to th-dr hands to 1 their hoin-s 'i.-ir States and their country Her r r their being and living la lt. Tu tho*-, this chivalrous and talented mau 1 '. thi ;r n un.- ,, leg on ira >ng the pul 1 part lei 1 ire here I 1 lay iel ? ? , th* Hon Mr Grow and Senator Platt, !?? en In Hm it* arith him -I ni - 1 :. ila ami bri..; ml ace impltsh* menu, they loved and respected Un man himself, rc 1 Using as no words of mil hil uni.pie personality. Ins lntens.. Indlvtdu* d uni:.il.;.- will power and the cheerfulness and humor m hi -fi b* br 'un- tu m 1 1 miy at rare interval! doc* genius of this sort spot ir ?ui thc har.7.111 of our dalli lit What -iga ii sue, -e.se* h.- won in Cong rt ea sn I a. tfie Nat.ari's representative abroad In two . :' ih> m -? - irts of Europe, the papere have ? lld us. an 1 -io- ie ? ! la ?ri:i*>n In ttl* I rrateful people. \ ?? a. it.- American*, but Englishmen and dermal fognlaed and sd to ip* ik if 1 1 Mr Phelps left a* that if the leal Americas Haman, polished in manser* charming in address, profoundly verse I ii liing ant winning lils diplomatic viet irles not b) c threats, btu bv fair and manly reoognitl principle of the -1st-rh itloni and the br ?th erhood of man which is th- highest ittrtbuti 1 th* crowalng glory " the modern s:,ife-in.in. But, Ilk.* Franklin an 1 Bancnft, M tl*) md 1 reit, Mr. Phelps's a mi ? patriotism was too fervent, ever : 1 admit of ha pride in h * country or his faith in ifs luperlortty over the <\\ rr nations being weakened 1 il nate particle by th* per. ional honors urti Ived il the banda -f Emperor* Rsmrnlng st nie senlth of hi* fan**. welcomed '- the representative* of both parties with equal cordial! y, having earned if ever a man did ttl" right to sp.-ii 1 the remainder of h:s dayl ll and ease, Mr Phelps still 1 Ith characteitittc en? ergy, accepted the place which had been offered to bim "ii the highest ( law In his adopted State, and after a gap of ver) nearly s quarter of i century in his legal career, brought te his sew judicial dut:. ind a faithfulness nplete ia an) a'o'.-.'.i y mg tuan w-thout meena entering upon ins profess! m He dbl bo against Hie doctors idvlc* and at the rlsW of hi* iietith. limply becaune he though! h.- could be useful ro his State snd his c tuntry tnd, though flu- -acri lice he mnde WO! great, yet ' ? -c.icli he isis was olio great His. men, is a iplendl I example, a magnificent tribute to the dignity -.f labor unaelflshly nnd pa trtotlcally pursued v profound regret lt li asa ever will be to those who have watched tbe*.- \\ i et"ck celebration* with loving Intereal and natl 0 pride, that to the long list of dlstlngulihed vm.-rl c.ui an! for.-igi: gue!ta who hai- m ,k.-n her*. .Pa.ige Phelps's name cannot be added Death alan* li,is prevent.'.! IL I k-i 11 i: it thc subject whick lia would have choien to sp,.ak to you abm' :?? but rarely the theme would have touched a re* iponalve chard tn ever* breast, p* -, fh nigh Mr. Phelps* wa* a National leader of th.* gr.-.i: H-nnib*. llcan party, revered snd resp,.,-ted In Its hignett councils, yet rvn more than a Republican he wai an American', rejoicing in thr attalnmenti of pu bl lo men to whatev.-r pint th-y belonged, alway* llt-eral and progressive In hla td. is, cherishing no i-ei-tonai animosities, sympathetic, aspectally arith young mea and With Hi" iii.i--.-r., and having, Bl I have Slid 1** fore, un abiding and I -perfect faith IB th* eventual triumph of this stupendous experiment "f flaws tn the republican form of government, . be: us be profoundly thankful to <i*"l jo* n.? memory! No richer blessing cm 1 hope .for the fuiiir- yeera of these I*nlted States than that they may brtng forth other judges, more members or Congress and man a of the stainless ehar u?!.-r. splendid tai-nt*, lovable characterlstloa aaa lntens- patriotism of William Walter i'heips. Al thrill. Ot I'tig huslied WO* l.t\* In (he vtol. BB our ?."il* .tow Sn* With keen librarian from the touch tliviao* Of nut-le naturea gun*.