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hlch Induced M. Perier to take up the burden of
* -eriin^nt aeainst the advice of friends who . ,?ht u- aral r-i.eilinrr his future. He could thong* " . _jmnuinlcare nf. Carnot ? confidence to othera icted M ???* "nn ?'" 'i::',f,;it '*'?'? ??'? "wn arnae r dun: i phraas which has t> recur often in ...sling with the Inild-nts ?f his career. ataro atorles Bl*e told Of M. Perier. either of Which miKht preoenl him in a false light to th'* non-Fn-ru h public. He tr* aald to have r.-slst-i all satreatlea to be b candidate tin his m ither was Bent tot and M Ihiriieaii laid th" eas.- !>? .,,. .,..,.. gnc llatened, told him In a sonorous nhras-. arhi 'h rea Ib aa If it had bean embelllahed for prinr, th ir. hiving history In mind un 1 being Ina'dr** 1 by affection 'or her sm. she declared to _im that his grandfather, the great man "f m. fmjnilf, v. 'ill hive told him lt was his duty to aland. Thereupon she walked .01: ..f ?;,.. room and the son yielded. lt has to be remembered that I" France, not only upon the stage, bul In the reality if private Hf-, the mother is a si cred personage; even more ?acrei than elsewhere, an 1 rn ? c habitually looked up to as an au? thority by men in mature life. Such an appeal gould nol hiv.- been nude here, perhaps not In Amer! a. bul in Prance lt ls thought the most natural thing in Ure world, and everybody likes jl perter the better for his filial deference. The othi r relates to his receptl >n of the news of Ms elect) m. Th- president of the Scnat.-, M. Chail-ni': Lacour, male the forms 1 snnounce sir-nt to him. The scene, though formal, was pru ile, in 1 ').?? evidence ls hearsay. There waa , little r=r.ri. rhen. "Pal-, filled with a profound ^nse '' ' ' ?"'1 I >us resp inslblllty pl i ? I upon him Ly his fellow-citizens, M. Caalmir Pe? eler, wnen M Cballeroel Lacour thus addressed him an-1 en I'd by embracing him, wept." put tears are n il thought unmanly by the T.urin faces. Men shed them nuder mich less provo catl >n. Herosa weep upon the stipe in ulm .st trlvi.il cir etan -; anl elsewhere than upon the stage tears anl "-,--r displays of uncon .- ible emotion are accepted as. evidence of a just Bl of ch ir.1 ter. We may, and in? deed sh ? Judge a Frenchman a* a French rr,4n, B ' a* an American, and by French stand? ards, nol by those which I nat gallant and sus ceptit'e j.pla would reject. Bo Judged, If. ? peri-r's team mean no more than the pressure of the hm!, which In America would have been a niffl ?.?'.: substitute b th f-r the em!.race and the weeping, if anybody Interpret! either as a lign of wi ikness, tie wiii 1 .ni Bnd out his mis? take. C.. W. ti. .1 SIGHT ON Till: liUEEZY rot us. AH KN Ol .'SUV IN KIMS "IT TIIK 1 >iri"Ki:KNl'K WBiaa ami i.Ai-.Kit r.r.i'H Two in-ti n Englishman rind an A merka n sat over their coffee In the !>i_r dining-room of a popu? lar flfth-ave, hotel at 7*10 o'clock last night. The Enjrlinhri'ar. hal been in 'his country only twenty four hour.-. Just lol u enough to learn thal wild bi.'ftal,"* da not mn loose In Ihe atreeta and that lusa ladlani are ihe exception snd not the rule in Msdlaon BQiiare. Now thli son ..f Albion waa bared and hi showad lt. His American friend he came wotr.fi. Put a blight thought str'i.-k him. "l.'-t's go ri, a roof yarden." he said. "And what is .1 roof gardenT" sail the English man "Kullow me,-' was th.- reply, "and you shit il s.e. live of them.'' 80 the two men started on "their pilgrimage." Diana was hurling leftance al ihe lowering from her lofty pei h on the brilliantly lighted Isarar uf the Mad - . ? ? ? ? n when tile two frtendi it emselves at a ronni tai.le on the root and looked at the attractive programme. li*aU,er I>'.\.j, un ru;.>'-i ins baton and then tbe sweet stnurs ..f a w ilti rose and melted In the sultry air. "I want some t.e,-r." sal 1 th- English? man "Weiss butt oliy.'' Bald the wailer. "Bring two." aald tnt gBnrrtrran Bessie Bonebtll, Mlsa Lottie iiiison. Bonnie Thornton, rhe Grauss Trio, Kyan und RlchaYeld. Al. Wilson and thj- e\et popnhir Tortajada Troupe were among those who appeared on the little Maure. Then the two men look a cat. to Koatet & nial's. As th-y alighted at the t-rilliant entrance a big blackboard confronted them, it boee Ihe legend: "Temperature in afreet, *-7 degrees; temperature on mot, til degrees." A rap! 1 ? i.-vat Jr Lore the two men up to the apacio'.< : if, where thej arrived Jutt in time to bear Mlaa Alice 1*. Hodgson whistle sweet tune.*. "Two wetsi basra." t-atd the Ameri? can. While these were being eloped tie- K orchestra played I s-i- tlon from Verdi's "Il Trova tore ,\ ?>'.i, cool I i<-e_a swept over the roof, the colored lights shone upon th.- big crowd of Bummer dress.-d men, and maids an-l matrons in the thin? nest of thin dress.-.-., anl tbe Englishman said: 'This place flults m.- and here 1 stay." "Not so," said his eneYgettc friend; "we have three more places to visit. Come:" They i*ft the roof Just a* Miss itnth Davenport trippe,! upon the hoards, und by going they missed Theodore Hoch who later awoke Die ?-. hoes of W-*t Thlm : 1 irthst. with his cornet; Ward and Curran, and nearly twenty more selsctloiia by the orchestra. A cab bon- th,, two friends to the Casino from Kostera hospitable hali. Her.- there waa more weigi bee' snd a most excellent programi fourteen numbers. Aa at the former places, seats were at a premium, bul the men r-'ot a table and ?pent an enjoyable half hour, "Jan." sang fdr them, the Dore Brothers showed that th- banjo li not entirely sn instrument of torture; Gue Pixley Bang, bo di 1 Mlsa Mollie Thomp* in, and Miss Arni- Hart delighted h-r audience, Th- M in hittan (juarlet. Marion 'J. Kits, ?'artist in soap"; Mlsi Belle Stewart, Mlsa Josie Gregory snd Frank Cushman ai-,i appear* 1, an I from each and every one of them the audience wanted "mars.' "Now we'll go lo th- American." said the Nsw Torker. Ht- ther- waa a repetition of rh.- other ?cenes an.! 1 consequent repetition of Ihe weiss mer. A lone programme of nineteen numbera waa bein*; interpreted here rn the entire satisfaction of in audience srhlch fairly Jammed the big roof. At mHnichr the orchestra pl lyed Jaxome * "At U o'clock," bul the Englishman uni his friend were then i-ra: Ung in front of the hotel where the tenser ara. "putting up" .ml saying '!good "?f-u" npldlv and many times In succession They hal jun coir- lown from Terra - Garden where music md mo. weis* bear bad detained th<-m for over an hour. ' i say. me dear fellow." Bald the EriKii..hnian. "what's the difference between weirs beer andiaj*. beer?1' Ju*t about *ix days," sall the Kew-Yorker, who Jr"et a hasty retreat snd male good his es .. before his friend had absorbed Iks Jok--. ? - ? J- J. IXOAl.lS A XI> "JIlF ADVERTISER" lt wa* rumcre 1 la town yesterday that es-Unlted State* saaatat Jobs .1. Ingalta was to a??umr the editorship of "The New-York Morning Adrertlser." John a. Ooekertll, the present e.iitor. when calle I ?pod ii*. mKh, ;,y a Tr'.i.nn- reporter, said: "The ?<*"?)' 1* a revamping of Um .-t"- printed three 1. a*'0- Br. Ingall* hus never been approached ?eossertion with th- editorship of The Morning advertiser.' The lan time he wai In Mew-York. ?O".?u three wai g_ ;,_-,,, the matter of hi* becoming cotmeete.. v.i-1, T>:. Commercial Advertiser' was woiched to him. Ile took the matter miler ad TiMment and in -till considering lt. Hs said that ?? ci'in't want to be tied down to arduous duties on any bewfli .... *,). wanted to le,-tore and de ?ot? ..un! ,,. jj,,riirv pursuit* When the managers ? me Advert - r -? k?- to him lt was considered tWZ '' '" strengthen The Commercial Adver *rT. an(' h' waa rhoiiKhr of because be is gen ei-s.lv r,., ,,t.. ;?? , ag a wnMU,u brainy, forceful __"__> But h.- has not communicated his decision w Th* Advertiser' or I would know of lt." AovrviTiri itv TBS Tivo nrr/oxs. Th* two faction* of TypograpMeal t'aton No. c _y ?aaeuaei yesterday afternoon and n-imlna'. I ?*f*r* foi the -? 11 uing yi ir. 10 he elected Ja*y gi Jj ?<3mirii*'ratlon party met In Clan n.lon Ball, '?Mt Th:r'.. nth -? , and leetded un :h- following ***<;'J''-- . - .1. Murphy, of Th* Tribune, fal -???M'-nt. Walter J. Dermody, of "The Nation il Ral'. JjOulde " vic president; William Fergus in, lecre Bpreasur-r, an I T. .1. Roblmon, sergeant-at-arms. a^'nt.-administration party mel In Webster Mao. MT Bleventh-st., .nd nominated the following Pst'- John Pits, if "Ti,,. Hera:.!.'' president; JT*V' ?*? .-"?? '*? ? thiti'i agency, vlce-prest 7t,,' ,r'.:i s?v?g*. "Th* Hun." secretary-treaa r. sn . r .1 i.ork.v.,i. sergeant-at-a rm*. t*M ?".''"""? ? * alao nominated r mr delegate* to M B _ \, Interratkoia'. Typograpjilcal C invention, to ? st.. a- Loalarills, Ky., in September. iSOBlMBBT ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. ^?-T"*1 AVENUE?Justice atari's h. st .vcr, of r* *?w-York Supreme Curt. MURRAY H1X4*? p!'I_'".r'*TK "irn->n John R. Huck, of Conm-tlcur. AHK avkm'K-General FSdwsrd F. Joaes, "f .'nfV!lrr" "i n. Y. VICTORIA Baron rora, jT:,n Anihassador at Washlnsrton. WINI BB dt 'tm yr. Dome, of Chicago, and Osman Latrobe, ?* Baititi: r. [XrnXDtABTBB IY a T1LLAOB "opkmt ?. Mass., Julv 15,-Incendiarles were nt ^atCorlavill, Isst Bight About 10 o'clo.-k uffl l>avls'_ barn asa dlsoovered ls he ?n lire. The "^<? *pread rapidly and the ho-ise adjoining was ?fleet**1'''1*' N"' m"r" 'h"n hM!f ,h" ?wui*,,0-< ?^-se ?n ?T* >,av,*'1 The barn was destroyed and a ** m .h.,' "',w ."""" I'iime.1 t,} ,]?ath. At 12 7V0 *n alarm -'. thl" "fe was icareely iinder control. fl the r?rVH,,'--!,1^ 'or a "re in the atom house ?"?shiel, L111'' w"f-l'en Mill, a woo.len hulldlnK ^Hattie- _Tr, V** *,orf"1 al,t>,lt ** sacks of wool. The ?M iL ,t , l'0"tJ?" w'r? destroyed. Thia Hre ? aiso of IncenUlarv origin. TRIBUNE Fill-SH-A IR FUND. "HAPPY LANI," a HKi.ioiiTKri, RURAL HOM**, rori thiii'm: FKI.S1I -Alli HN'i rilll.lUlKN' Aftti* a most niccesafnl season last year, "Happy I.ind" has agata Ossa opene i for tbs reception ot rh- little guests sent out by The Tribune Fresh-Air Fund. To those who have never had the privilege of paying lt a visit and experiencing its comfort! snd dellghti lr will appear to be nothing more than s very pretty cottage, situated In a m at delightful neighborhood. T i them itt* outward advantages will 'ippehI more strongly than gnythlng else. They will see that lt la placed on a high ridge, wier- it overlooka the town of Tenafly, x. J ; that it is a large, substantial house, with wide verandas, snd a view np and down Ihe thriving valley and over r I the dark, greer slope of the Psllssdes; thal In front of the house ma .smooth, greasy lawn, while lt haa for a backgrouno a grovs of .iks snd ceders. All thia will be non-1 by the ordinary observer, bul with what different enu lions will lt he regarded hy those poor, bsJf-starved low who hsve i.n taken out of the narrow at ree ti and s! ley a, where lt ls si inosi Impossible tc ?et a t.r.-ii; h of fresh alt: nut of the ricketyitenements, broiling in the hoi sun, oat lona to know where tnelr money will take the .hll dren. and how many we have Leen able tn give a vacation. We hope to begin earl er neal year, and to h.- able to send more children Into liv country. NELLIE B. ROGERS. lilnghamion. N. Y? July lt, ISM. TO MARE BIS WORE PERMANENT. NATHAN' STU.VI'S TO BRECT A LAROE l't.AXT POR BTERIUZIMa MILK. ABD C*OKT)tTCT TH17 i'i's'i\i:-s ali. th;: TEAR Fl >"M> Encouraged by th- great luccese of hla milk de? pots, anl sratmed by th- benefit* confern 1 by Bterillsed milk In saving the live ol etch children, Nathan Btraui has .1. ided :? erect a permanent plant, which will 1.pen ail rhe year round. [Mir? ing th* early fall WOT** will he l.egnn. and the building will he completed in fen- for the next -? i- ti of the greatest demand -rh- Bummer. The i: .ard nf Health has stationed a doctor I'i the tent eri" L-l by Mr. Straus on the pl-r at East Thlrd-St., from 1" lo ll a. m. arid 2 to I p. rn . and th- board has s. 'ndorsed his work thu all of the fr.locton are using Look- ,.f coupons, each good for cn- orl-r o' any one of the foodl sold at the varioua depota; each bouk contains l" coupons, WIS** -IV.V.VJi.'iVjV r?:Ti r,4_2f-V-- '-*'"? of the slums of poverty, where ths Anea! house In sight is the sal x.n. which serves only to in? crease their mis, ry. To these, "Happy Land'' will pearn a lillie beavan on earth. lt will ind.1 pr..ve (. be .1 "Happy 1..11: l." where ai; is bright and rhrrrfnl. And what a difference tint I wo I weeks' puting will make in them. They will seem t. be different children. Th. ir poor little forms. w.-st-i by poverty, wEI I- BIM out, anl. tnatead of pale thin faces, will appear brown, rosy I which will look ns if (bey have never seen the In si 1.- of a pity tenement "HappJ Land" was balli last year f,r th>' The Tribune Fresh-Air Fun! by Mr and Mrs .1 'hn I-: Lyla. The) hui long !.n interest.; in th- work of rh- 'uni, anl took thia way nf showing their desire f r Ita welfare. The building is of wi-.d. seventy-two by forty feet, three stories in height, with ., lower extension in tin- r.-ar. a cement,-,i cellar underlies the wh ii-. The roof i? high and Bloptng In the S'.cr,. ls a large, square tower, with sm a Her |.'wr? ? n either ?ll- The interior ls ao .urr.u,g.-1 as r, obtain thc maximum am .uti' I gb t and fresh air A wide hi Iwaj rm., from ih* front door straight through th.- building, aol i- xo**ed .it righi angle* I other hall, which opena upon l>r..a i verandas ..? either ? -;,i. On th- front .-ide sra Mrs l.yie'i "oiii.-..' ti,- matron's t m snd two largs double bi it rn-- in "... rear, a' :'?? ? i tern -til of th. building, ls a large, pleasant chamber, which la aa* I ?.- th* H ii d .v -, | .: r obi, an 1 on rainy -lav* ls utllls. I a- a playroom. Next t. ll ?< . avatory anl tm m. Tbe latter ;s a welt-llghted, airy room, r:11 rr\ nine feel 1 -ng, and . .miine Iii; with tin- kitchen, lauri Irv an I a well-stocked storeroom In th- rear extension, ie. ; also witt) Ihe servants' Quartets "ri ths second il .r 'm th.- second floor twenty fnir, children nre ar. c mmodated n sis large doubts tr ir im A p>aaan! iltting-room :'i the lower ba* furnished for ihe children's attendant. On thli ilsa ar- 'h>- ssfllfltant-matrun'i r lavatori ii . ., The thirl ri >or consist* ,.r ar. ..-..-r, dormitory, run n'ng th.- full length nt rh.- buiid'nir 1' ll well ind ventilated ind contain! a lars- numbei of little bi la The whale house i- llnlahed In h .rd w :?: li I',,-..-. . M g.',-. and hil hot-ar..1 .-jil ua'Cr on every floor. The par-', si present enjoying uh.- benefit*, of "Happy Land" i? rh- ?>?? ,n 1 one of th* ?? is .-i f forty 1 They have full rm ov?r live n.-res. snd, beside* th- usual gan dulgi l In by b.vs, -h.y eii',,y iii- pleasure of row lng an I carriage ri ling, an i a pb id .?: .? f,.r .-aili p..rty Th- Fourth wu- celebrated in a. r ? manner Early in th- murnini; ali gathen . i- . : rh.- toll flagstaff, and while Ihe boya sang "Tn.- Red, Whir, ar, ! niue." Mr. I*yle Rung I glan snd Rtripe* tn thi breese. Ir- the evening they srere formed In martial array ind marched to Mr* Lyle'a beautiful residence, triter." *h*\ Bier* treat-J lo ice cream snd a splendid exhibition ..f flrew ,rks. When the two we.-ks ara np tiiif p?-'\ sill sive way '. forty girl*, wn. in turn will i?- ni I > ?. another party, an! bo ai throughout the *? ? When the t,nn for lepartur* come* ? ch-,: l reeetvefl a hunch of flower* and a pr**en . anl no better pr-.f of th- happlneai ttiej '. needed than the way thev beg tj be permitted to return next year WRKRI Tin: iiiii.i.itKN auk i;.?in.; Tin- Tribune Fresh-A lr Fund ls now in misti active j op. ration Kv. rv dix partiea .f children! maj bs s?-ri at the various railway Hatton* ready tfor their '. fortnight trip to th.- country' More than l,O0t have already gone, and tte- pris : int week will se- lari-- numbera dispatched ito their I watting hosti \t in .-ari-, lamr thi* morntng a I party started for Susquehanna, Penn., snd by an I ev.-nlng tra'n on the Brie there will be two carioa I* I for various potnta In Western N.-w-Vork. Thia party is entirely mal- Up Of Children win. hiv.be, a I , Invited bach by U'-lr bOStl "f former ;.ars <m Tuesdsy the entire staff win I,, kepi busy ! starting rb- ehlldn n sway Uv ri,- ii a. m. train I there will be fifty for Ciirtlsvllle, Mass.; ;,t n-:-. ,, ' rn a (.atty of forty-two for LoysvtllS, Penn . and bi? llie same train snottier party of thirty-two for Landwb'iry. Penn ; bv th- 10*40 a rn. Irak) a small i company for Droadalbtn, N'. V . anl at ii M a. m. | the BOCOnd tor'v of twenty f.-r i'la\. ra-k, N V I j In the sarly siter!.u Tri tum their fscea toward Ashford Hill. N V.. and by ties p, na, train on tba lOrle th'-r.- will be two parties, nn- for Polk, I'-tin . an 1 rh.- , ther for Sherman, N. Y ; next, at ?, ,, m. th- third party nt fortv start for "h.- Happy Land, Tens fly, N .! At k p di a small band starts f ,r Centreville. Penn., anl rb.- day'* work t-nls With a party of 17", by the il p. m. tram bound for the camp at Kr. eville, N. V. ackni>\vi.i:i>i;mi:nth. Prevtonely le-tui'in-i-us'-ii.llO.mns J-.e I-:.'. ".'*' "John Pots". '!<?* i Ka>i,.-.| I- ihe "Juniors" -.' 'ii- I'ir-t Con gr-uationai Church of Hlnghamion, N. V. mm j . ? ? !- , f u fair i-i i at Eas! Ri rkaway by Jennie Stokes and Ftessl* ?*lr1*?!?. 14'?) The King** ... i- teni f th* U-rklnir ijlrl*' ?'lui,, I'tlca. NV. 101 Th- WIOI- Uh l:rr.!,rl .,f ila- Working 'liri*' duli rn. a. N. Y. ni*" Mis- K Li Ul-. SSttt m. a c. ion BV*. I,. I. . An.iu i-\ M isi-'.'..'..'.. BOO e. rc. n.". ao?i 1 ?? i: m. ?oa I lilrthday lug of the Infant . bis- f I'.rl-k ?'burch Sun.I::\? seh.M.l. Eaat i.i'inii'.-. N. -I. " "O A lt. W. 100 l<ef.,rm?.] I'lmreli tfunday-ichool of Millbrook \. v. SSS I! K .uni C. lt. K. BOO A. M. ft. JO'?' Proceed* of n play given al Iha rcetdene* nf Mr. S. A.. ConOlt. or.,:,,,., N. J., by thirteen > .ung pe,,|.le. MOO Total .luiv 14. 1MI4.110.471 HH IIKI.l' PROM UTICA, Tn th.- Editor nf The Tribune Slr: The Wbll- I.Hy Band Bf the Working C.lrl*' Club In I'Ufa ls composed of young girls, must of them ten and twelve years old, who have 1.ii Inl.-r.-sled for BOSB0 BTSSkS Iii getting np a little entertainment, by whli-h they mlglit aid In giving the poor children of New-Tork a pleas.,nt outing In Ihe country. They send von the HM they raised f.,r that purpose, with tr. fr.,n, th.- circle of King's iJaiigiiters of the nam.- chili. AMKI.IA II. SHKPOTELD. Utica, N. V., .Inly It, UM 1 BINGHAMTON INTKKKHTI'Ij. j 1 To the Ivllior ot The Tribune. Sir: tnelosed ptiase find a draft for $18. which the "Juniors" of the First Congregational Church of Illnghaipton would like to have you nae to send some children ont Into the country this sum? mer. All th" money sent hns been earned by Un? lit tie ones. Thr.e or four months ago eaeh one re? edy -d I 'inls, and with lt they have gained Other 6 cents, urtll WO have made up th,, .um mir iu clety lu sundi, and Ihe majority are not verv old, but all eoiil'l make holders, some make .'andy. some bought thread an.l crochet lace, ami urie bought lettiier seels, and for Ihe last month has been selling lettuce I Wish v.m would let uh know when von have received tba money, and ali tha Junior* are uni Which Mr. S" is I ;. 1 gratis In ord-r to a the free donors In their stork The den it* ii. Ihe lower p irks are Belling st. r Ilse l 'I hi r. are ? Ighl ot these puk lep I Btuyveaant, W ngt m, Tompkins, Battery, City Hali, Abingdon, Parodist and leanette j irka, where milk Is soli] f..r 1 Mil iii rtlla pa lan ol gan Free lei tun in -? nm * eekl) al I h* \ on Hie proper feed rant*, and g hav- at heart tte- selfai ? opie and th.-:r : ?? 1.Ii ? H.muk thi milk, mo Ita* I w ll ? rley, not aa a m< dli'lne, but bi . food Th.-re ar- four'een depot* for th* I il* ; an I module: milk. Al th* park i rilli I milk i- sol I ? ni; b) the Blass; I . rv.i g.a-?- a day, -"il tin lemai '. li lr ri .huh prepare I an I mo-lin* ! foi Iren. and a at th* followln* places: PW a . N 17 i- isl \ ntl N I ? ? - -'.?'* ? - Mar So *01 Wi si Hist) Ihil l-al 'i i. .-? Pitt j nlnl Hales ??: milk sti ? I *n and rabi- UH- rt'. ? iv. * milk at the dep.its averm , i lay The working foi | -. and nln. a ,..? n* a n empl i ?? i ::. - th Mr S' tau-'* purp . tn .k wai ' ? :?? i ir ? th* m ii n, and Ihe vii latlBlIca i lower death rate a mon | I fi rn ni ? i te i i In a fair way to al tain :. - . ? ? THE TRlBl \'E IS lill FOREST REGION. .. v? ., ||| , . . ...,. v .,.,,, . I , I.'.- .: 1. Al. 1 Plattsburg, N Y . Jul) ? ' ?? ?' " :?) Ti I forwarded by ap ? lok.- ! to mai ant over un thi Itel ll re? etv.-d i ? . ? Ml ,.? Mo ml . ? i Th* New Torte ? ' ? . ? ?ii dov. ti hi : ? The wi f Ti ti yacht of Tb.- Ken Vork Trtbun. ?*?*? lo lav to thi ? . ? - llfl la I .a '..? Tribune waa th. r New-Tork ps pei ? !._,k BX-BEXATOB rt mrs BIBTIIDAT Yest er. lax waa es-Senator T mas < I lt's sta ? I birth lay, ll- spent hlfl ai Ins ' b- cooling ... * in bri n*i wi temperature if thi pl ? il Ihe Driel I Hotel Mi Platt waa I tl ml S. nato: I f 1'tlcfl other pei ?? mal '?? >? nil ... both j pal rd on Mi I'lati an i ..frere i their i -e.,.rat ila tiona / 1 Tl STI 1 lt SH ir I/./.71 1 LE -. . ? , i . ?>? I- ? ? -ewn * ?> I"; - ' Brusn B Ot. OK I .. j , lt K in* ? i i ? ? ? ? ir I N. . i...i ?t :?' j, in ? It'll Air- BEBIOXATIOX RXPF.CTED TO-DAT Rumor* that P r John Meda > , poa!tl*< ? i\ be In Ma thia morning prevailed yesiei la) Thea* re? ports wi re . urreni al pott f'hestei Collin lonci ry I mi il Kai Kn. ka* ni ighl ornoo i ? f th* Mayor's sui , and al.t l'..'lc- 1 !?..-: , , iirhlv Infol mel reg ir lb,K Ihi I hough ( ll The prep,a, .-i ina ? . in ? lpn** il ma of surprise that Mi \r ? ; ? ill ? , , * If, aa haa beet man i time* iii tin ti Mi M ? 'a- ? la ? i ? ? , . .? the duties nf his . iib e and ni ol a long period ? f ai. .. !? real and Imn bualnea* .rn 1 ..(h.-ia. care, lt wab I ?..r- friends, if the) ,,r.ainseilins further del iy, were not onl; lamaglng th. < thc '?Uv. but might be r. j bis le iltti lt la understood thal Mayor ?; t' r ? ?. is preps rei] r ? i mi i Republican of I ?? r .r,: un lueatl. I .|. I Mr. McCl re ? Ipi of Ins re* lg I ? ? A"sn: il',Ul ll* hil rm: SEW.YORK ill) Tin: rkal ?.- i.n-ti i\ i: m:kvi:" Prom Phi Urooklyn Kiandard i 'ni >n The ' om tunl cry 'v lhal it I I* to vote a straight Republican ii 1 ? ? Anything, even Tam? many, bul iimi br Parkhurst doe* noi ? Iiim elf to this public u ll',. I. i l pat tlcularity ti, it I* the Kitten t.....t, in nhl h ths ' . :. Hive nerve" Ii- talk- about, Th only wa) lo beat Tammin) li lo follow the Iii i\n exampb ri t I* tu nominate a straight Re? publican on a buslnei i platform. \i' BBCOND FIDDLE POR Kiil'i'Cl.n ans From 'I'b- .'.'? w-Tork Reeoi ler. Thc goo.i Doctor'* position bi bi po ???rou* Ther* in- bini.lt--i ?: Repu ii-ati- in .*-...,\ fork, an) one if whom srould in ih. aa good a Mai ii as an rei had. The Republican part* srlll not go outside is linea thi* yeal and folios ti.andard of ?,.. n.i-i \4b.. ha been u lalnlns th* *ystem thal ls iow covering uv sith sham* One hundred thou a.;i l Republican* s* against Tammnn) Hall ar.- in il/tnt in this city. They ar.- the greatest reform hill ol all. and :t la ab-.ir I lo > \p- I them t'. play leound ti.] ii.- In a verj young reform o reheat rs i.O-RBAesON TO BITRRENDEH TO CMQDBS. ?"r.nn The Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. Tba Republican organisation in Nea Jforli ls the .nlv one cm).abie of lighting Tammany, ..r.d there s no* reason for Its surrender r.. little clique* ot ailed reformer* who are read] tn loin Tammany it ajiy moment to save rh- Democratic pun and minmi- fro trade and ruin. int. PARKHlfRSTfl IDEAL CANDIDATE. "rom! The Commercial Advertiser As iblnga ga la thia practical worl I tha mau who sissesse* all these fine i|ualltlea musi bv the very ?melli:.,to of American life and cltlsenship have ung-J himself on one aMe ..r the other; must pro ?lalm on.- set of principle* or the other; must bs .ther a Republican ??! i Democrai And keeping il* qualities In mind we venture to tty he b much nor.- Bk. ly lo be a lt.-publl.-an than a Democrat, md a straight Republican, of course fATRBD OF lt KIT 1:1.1' 'A VS I'ltliln i.MIN'ATKS. rom 'lt,.- Wilmington News. "The Evening Post*' sad "Th.- Tim. s" ..r Nsw fork City ar- sgaln lighting Tammany ii-iii. and in- urging ihe ri. feat ol that branch ..f the Demo ? rut lc piffty Bl tb- nolls next November Thev do ot \, ant the Republicans tn nominate a ticker, Bow v-r. preferring to have Tammanj Hall secure a sra leas.- of power to having the Republicans in onlrol of Hie elli government These two papers rrofesa Ul hate Tammany ff nil. but they hate tl,. lepubllcsna worse. A NKAT, BUT Kt'TM,. 3 m 'll KM liI 'rom Tin- I'hicago fnlsrorian Ta/lff re'tnrmers. and rln- agent* nf the flag pulling idrWnlstnu; lon In New-York want Republican* to ielp ihem 2'-t go of the tiger t.\ ejecting some i. - rm Derraarrats to pu wer In the eily, lt ls a v?ry eat sclien ar. ! SELECTIONS FROMrHE MAIL THK CURRENCY QUMTION. ANOTHER RKMEDT Knit VAItlol'S LLB 1*1;. ipi iskIi To th.- Editor af Th.. Tribune. Slr: In tbs many treatments of he sllv--r ones tton prsparsd for th,- press aadteriodtcats, no one has yet given the subject n piper 'llneho.sls. This will account for BBUCh of its i.settled eondl tlon. Most nf the physicians hav. followed the old Behool BjrSteta, and with lmp'iti*t dogmatism hnve presciIbed heroic treatment sa.plenty of lt. These doctors are chiefly found In te Boutb and West Lately a pbyalctsn of rar merit, Dr. Thomas lt. Reed, Of Mains, after a ireful study of the con.inion of the patient, says te true cure :s mon- stiver with an admixture of rriproctty as a partial antidote. This beloved phystwn ims, we think, not made a thorough diagnosis ,f the <|ls ease thal baa brcughl the patten! tots present altuatlon. shill we not make a new dsarture? Plrst of ail should ba r*t*o_'ulxed tbefact that steam and electricity have made tin- vsole busi? ness world one nation. The great law t demand and supply has through these wondsrfu agencies obtained a greater intluene- In OUeSttOUaaf trade and exchsnge than ever before. This unthinking men al once i.-aii/.., and ure now ready o ihape th.-ir operatlona In accordancs therewith.Second? ly, tbs day luis forever passed when "beter" ls possible lu business, so that now a media that aili represent all properties is demanded What thia medium ahall be is an absorbing luostin, and the ne. I of a liiuil Settlement will, more thn any? thing else, explain th.- paralysis In business hut ls causing trouble throughout the world ahereer op? eration* are larg.- and a- ti e. i.i i os nexl consider wbal are the nscssslea of the situation the world uv. r. Are they not afety and convenience? The experience of ctvlllseifeoun iri.s for many ages stows only two med ll that have represented properties of all kind*, ancthey are gold and allver. Generally men aay, andispe rlally th. old and rutbound, "treal both allki and ell Will be Well." Hut Iii business facts, an not fancies, mus: prevail. Now, ll ls a faol that here ls no natural relative vain, between gold an sil? ver, ami the great law of demand and Bllpplyfor bid* any other conclusion. Every lateraabnal ? "tigress for th- settlement of the "silver n?-s tkm" lias failed tO define any relative nnd ni bl,. value between gold anl allver, and has Billowed Without ...ming tn any conclusion, I'm Molly, they have acknowledged thal no Buch relatlonex la ll therefor, necessarj to abandon eitsr ; gold or ? Iver" Not Bl all. 'or Bach may hav.Its .m. ii place, Independent!) of and yet In hammy with lbs other; each r> sting .m Ra own m.rs. j lu fa rt, both gold snd niv. i sra ImperatHly needed Having tims briefly considered the altuatlon,el u non *es if .-rt..in ..ther condition! aili :>t throw light on thia question of a atabls snd sus factory i urrency or me.ll im Tl.m Uti ihe i..i of an International, aa well aa a br? il, currency, and the neel also of prompt asl eat- ela licit) In sn. h fl li.- Hum. Now, lt Wt WI ir pel thi irii i, and lo .k al Chi - I . . ?:.. beat, all thin | pi obi. m w ill be much i i 'ter of s . ? I ? ? ; ? thal I Ihe irrei ? n ever) ? nn Uti m thi r of. Fur ll ? i 'ur. i ra .-?.?:;. I- -is- ? ??v mu. h m ,r- Imp .rta ? ll ? her ..'ii ; ? i to IS In * I ? niel. A lio 1 ri rn*) from 110 to 1 ? ? ? I'nltei Hrnt.* .|. . .... * of I e Issued to n i ? ti back* an I ? ? i- :. I l 1 ? eme.| . 1 I., rn i li .'i !? r all ell bil ? , ? ? ? I* of the I'i I Sta I "?...-? te.-l by sa ' ? ? p. C. C. I ' ? ? Ih* ;? -,i ir in - 'I I ?'.?'. roe! actual.)' di an li Ifl ; ? I . fol , li lb e it i . urrency lld at an) tim. an I ? i ? iles for : - ? ? ? ? ?-..,-. for moving ? ip* ? \ ? ippl) Two p-r -ni bond* of the I'nlted Slates, If mai. English ? ims..1 s, wool l readily iel nv and a'.r id. ai ip, ti mark. ? . I-.tc. ? ? ?? il ? \, ? i ? ? ? rn lld mon show thal kl I.- "fen and far bi tw- ? I and *II\.T Ilea Would - "I. i . , ? ? ? a ii note, and ? otu lb- ratio of gol i ti .v .. ; th. ref i ? not tx - Important ll li ni .--i'i ??. r< lei tn ima ? ? ? i ? ..in arith , ? : ? lld ere lon*, il one half the irren ;? ii lng thi aol bond rertlfl at-- Tte I : I ted State* (lo vern ? a.. ill .ni, t- compelled to keep .. m lerut* . to r- :? -ni bon nul'lq llckl) I ?? t-po nlsj ?? fr..::i ia... . , '. al mk ? ??/tiri ...;?> .mil h. :n nie .- 'ri. tlon ro husi : ? ii u- .f rh- . ic ha na;* ..f fS '.', National bank ih.i-s for silver lea of ilmllai demimln itlon Th* | >ld an i fl ite* nOS In ' ir. unite ii :.I rbed ? ? ??:?' ' retire gold Certificate* ? denomination of t... substituting therefor ii\. r .-..in ........ . men I lone] above Le| .,-,?: In tl I ?? and rh-- present un i lue i.rv- ol (old Then will in. v. i , ii of th* relative values ..f :??' all. ress wi uld adopt tl ill it,- n ulm ? ui a ..ii i in addition b< ? 11 ???ni William ll Seward'* Idea of making ti,. Em lah sovereign thi -.tan biri of purity au I tl ? A merle m dulbil ihe unit ..( value, thi i.i, \ question ol th* world would be -ellie.I | || ,.n i with th* ail .f (team and electricity nil the civilised nation* would soon work tog.-th.-r V. DUld i.ot BU h i Bettie inni ol the .iiii-i. ? .| c-hoi, do much io Insure i i ? ii i ,??..'.? ill aim ig men" * I'erhaps it I* th- mission of th* I'nlted Ststea to v. irk .ui some auch plan alon.-, allowing other ? ? l...w their own currein y ib.Hild be r.-gu J..1I.N TORREY Kew Verk, July I, NH ARGENTINE EfjKCTION METHODS. i rai fi ?Nti fi'it'i: prrvau. at tiii: POt.La? llow ci.-nm ii \rii .\ am- v..ti.m; ARC DONS, T the i: llb r ..f Th* Tribune. ? On October IB Issi aft. r the Insurrection In Rosario, a new Interventor was appointed by ihe len! of the Argentine Republic f..r ths Btale, at I an election was ordered. Registration of voters ?pened and february ll. I Rn, set aa election day, 'i n- Interventor managed things to tull him e.if, ..ni put men In authority In tho country towna, whom he knew would u ??? sny means, fair or f...ii. to Insure th* deeftor of tiie man for ii .Vernor thal be wanted. The opposition p Mei thr lUghout tbs (Rate Joined r mlis under the name of Provincial I'nlon, and hid a majority of right to one. Thej selected aa their e.in b i it. s for kivernor and Lieutenant Gov ernor tw.. of rh.- b.s' men In the province; the day befor.- the .-lection a representative from esch ..f the foul i irti In rh- n.-bi mel st tbe Chief of police's ..Mice by his Invitation, alli agreed, OVST their sign mir. s, thal all roten should^ go io the p il! i unarm. 1. Now a nord ia to ths pt reese of voting. When a m m register! his name as a voter, everything ni.t him i- noiei in duplicate on a certtficste and Uv ,.,rr- ponding atub; tb certificate goss to him as proving tb it he I* entlded to vote. Th.- atuba ar- afterward looked through, and the names and itlon "f party against each ar* rn cl.r on list* snd Beni to the authorities. On election day lbs voting la don.- bi the ptaao or ..pen square characteristic of a- loath American Cities The Braters is entirely dhtferenl from that used by ITncI* Ham. A numb.-r of v..rim- boardfl are organ? ized, in whi.h each party ls supposed ti i.e equally represent! 1 The men wh.. eoanposs these bo ir is sr.- ajipointed by the highest dvi'. authority In Ihe Htate; b) the Ckrvsmor when thora is "ne. bot In this case they wera designated by the Int.-r v-ntor. As tn my table* SB there nr? voting boar ls ar- place,1 tn the sipiare, and each tmard sits at one Of til..se tabtSS to r.IV Votes. lt ls decided I.e. forehand whbh Btrset Bkatl ba th- rsnosavotsa of each party, and there ail the members of that party aoogregate, lo g'> into th* square at th* proper time ind vote Voten ent*r the square In groups of eight; tlrst. eight fnm ot... party, then ijghl from the next, and to on, til the circe of parlies ha* been covered, and 'hen they begin again. When a mun got* up to th* board to vote, he BhOWB his registration certificate, and If Ms np psaranca corresponds with th- deacriptloa nued on tha certificate, his vote Ls registtrad in a book. on sunday, February II hut, IN day Bet for the ?lection of Governor, the eight h., ir ls wera not oven organtaed bafora fraud began. At ssvsral of thean the members who belonged to the <} .vernment party "put th-ir heads r..g-ih-r" and openly refused to ' [ahnlt the opposition members tu their pla-.-, s, ' tl it th.-y w?re tinnily all iwi 1 ta, Tbs opp .sltlon i hid skoal MM men on han.l, every one with his own registration certlllcato, ready tO VOtS, and y t during th- eight hours of the voting only 2**) voted. I The Qovernment party only had shout :?w men. ! most of thom hired from barrooms, ataugbter h ilise* wharves, atc, hardly any of them registered ' rs. and y-t that party polled about Ma I I M tl .ntlne law allows every native-born mal- Ar gentlne over eighteen years of ar- to vote, and ni an) a discuss!.,;, took place -luring th- day .it the UltTerenl I... ir.ls about receiving a vote from a boy who presented ? registration Certificate stating that he wns twenty years old, when lt was evident at s ?dunce thal he waa barely sixteen Telegrams in the papera next day told the story of the fraud and deception thal had been carried on by representa? tive* rif the <; > vern ment parn- in som.- puce* troops kept the opposition party sws) from rhe pol.s by force. In a number of case* the opposition abstained mrlreiv from going to the poll*, knowing what would take place I' they attempted to vote Naturally, after all this, ihe resin was that Don Luciano Lelva, the Government cm.li late for doy. ernor, was *le ?? ' Th- indignation of the people of Rosario at the ! scandalous n*B) 'ho election had I.n put through ?oon found ? way of earpreBslns; Itself; on Monday, February 12, all th- bualneaa house* kept their door* shut, in sign ot deep m..inning, and the banka -lil hardly any business ail day. I know of a mimbi.r of prominent members ..f thc Govern? ment party in thia .-irv wbo were si ashamed of the fraud* their fellow-partisan* had practised thal mon cause, and s-n. in their they formed comm .. nations ti the committee, and next day signed rheir names on the rois of tl.ppnsltion. l.-iv.i wa* e'eeti 1 Governor on February ll; <>n ? Februan i*i h- was InaUlled in his post as Gov- . ' ?r of the Province of Santa Ff- for four yeara. This, of course, ended hr. Zapata's "mission" as 1 ? ? ? i ? .. H* rici retired to Buen >* K.rrt t, ; presented his rep .rt. which ? ?? d. and n ? '""? wai "in r ' the i; ne. al v.int.ant of th* Va ' "'i I ? pay to him ll.>.000 fee*, and I i hla iee * IIO.OCI) Ther* gue* BS.OOT.1 nut b) thc Oov srnment t.. piac* nnc* more upon the .-.boulders ,.f th* people of .-'.-iii pt 'ne yoke of tyrann) ii l dishonest) -hit they had tried to -ink- off! 1 W'h-n I,civ i wis Inaugurated Governor ot Santa rt he ?iii thal In nlnet) day* h* srould disarm all Itlon. Tb?. ninety dav- are up, and Inm : * 0 ? ng away with wh it ? pp ialtlon he hi I , ? he has brought a g.1 deal of antagonism toward j him, ? '?? -i in th- ranks i t the p irt) that p iced him | in j-.,. ? r f hav- followed in the e Jumna of Ti-e Tribune rh? I proceeding* |n the trial of John V. UcKane, and I ? inn ii I ut wish that the same procesi of lo k.ng up : might be pul In practice h-re In Argentina, for there r ar* ii good many in public office here wh. ought I i I- wearing i strip. I -ult. If a couple of bundi ? li ,:. th* Argentine pud Ile cou] i be ; lon* away arith mi a nea .--? allowi i to have ? I cb.m. ntry might b ibli ? .ti ik? i little h* ? ls *y, . ul n bile il! thea* fell iw* are g Mug ri.-h the . untry an I ' the pe iple, ih-r-. r to rn ike my progr ii i..'ii nos then icemi to be considerable anxiety among ihe hlghei pr ivlnela - aa to the ? lire they are occupying, and many u befor* I mu ther ? m iy be s .me luch a movemeni as people make use of to secure their right* when all othei method* turn out tobe in..(Teeni .1. people 'f other countries say "Hu: why .mes ??. pul th.-lr ?'in ll<l? ? del I. .ii i - . ci thi "i by reason of rh- great maj rlty they have?" I answer: "Il will d. n. g.od. f .r the ilmpli reason thal the whole item, like the ? intrj . (In mcij li com rotten, based on a Arni..- principle, and ited tu all iw all the ned rear) ch incea for eh- i "ng an 1 deceit " Th- .in the it* election* wen c i lucted in a la*sh a* I - of an op n party's evi .- i avenge ? ir wrongs --. item ??' il - ?? ni ir) s ?? *u ?;., ,, kin i that I* g.ves ample ro >m ' r thi ? len . of tl ?. and s ent in ii i 'ter of the m i 'or ? ? present gen ? i ? Ine* ind int thi* a n of choos? ing ? :' ? ? ce we shall eon f t he | ? putting mi n In pu of trui .. f st elec UM.I.lAM Vf. I'HUTE. R.isji I ntlne Re| e. M iv 5. 1M4. THE IMMIORATION PROBLElf. | i-HAKUKIi i..vi,ni.VS HAK RI *TR*?*T!0!fB v IRK IMI RH vi'IVK To tl ' ' Tril un* Mr ll ? I In the welfare of the rounti -' I a rn* th ? In i I ittentlon ...... lb* question of Imi / ' - In more -.r npoi f proper race innot be lents l. I desire I i i briefly to certain pbaaea of |tii!* qu. itlon T ? first ? nt ls thal eonclnalona based on the ..' Immlgrstlon before IMO d i I neci isrilj present time, "ne may welt ni areal i enefll r ? this - ( *h- e.irii-r ... In lv'.t. without weakening ?' ? poad f further resti preaent time. tlon I* primarily ?o ?! ii, n it " . ? ii any organism growa lubstan lal bi picking up tb it Ut lt Which rll nat ire, s . a nation : J ??' s h) al - rbli . nly i ich demi nta sa nahlp. Now, while it la i ki unfair to condemn nal i In a who'.eaale isy, ? ? i) ? ?' ill Immigrant* fr >m ceri iii: c mn .l-l. yet lt li true that, upi ik ls broadly, certain nation* contain more of iade*tr ibe .??????- 1 be ; ? plc of th? 1,... i si Ihe ..riK il let tieri who wer- of Ger? manic descent, with an inborn spirit ,,f freedom i : a past histor) |uest and mccees have ?, nature the ' I Immigrants, rh ie m..st rady to appreciate snd c operate In ..ur Oovern \ i next to these from ttl Pnlted Kingdom ml Germany, those from Fnnre, N ira iy in I Rs had most i ... . . ml i i,, ? >.,. ot hi r people ' ' li us fr-un Au ? ? i ,-?, Italy, Russia ind Polsnd are ajult* a ? it clasfl The) illy Inti rlor r rho h ive i.n d .wntr ? I len >.,?>,: -v aa l po Many of ih.-m ar.- Indescribably dirty. Tk -. f -rm ? ?? instdi rab'.e p. i tl >n of the Xl p.-r cent wk) could 'ci read and the 17.4 per ceni who enid t: i wr'.r.. tb..ir own language who were admitted .. ,r p it thei lefecti ere their misfortune, r ? their mult, In no wa) le* ths d ingi r we rm In trying to asslml ite them, or m:'ke* them ,. .,,..,. read) lo nae ir Inatltutiona rightly. \v. lt - i very striking fad ai I one not gen? s', that in IBM the Immigration from the th* comparative'.) ii leilrahl* casi of . ii one om I ii Ire Ith the Ural or di - alr.ble class; in ISM one lenth, In IM i ..p:.!'.. To ?'..\e them exact ay: ! m'.:> Flnt das.-'. ? '" Me.'.ll I c III. in i, Per -ent. 74.17 1893. Pi ? ? Mt :? 41 ?i lt will also l-e noticed thst the fir I elaaa Immlgranta I,, _,, i i nen ri) nine-tenth* of the total l ?. ., ,. ,?,, to s il they were mite f. Therefoi ? irgumentfl ? , ?- ?,, - -.'?: als i?? ? be bs the) h ive bi en "b-r.ius- ihe country hs* not wittered In the pa?t, i. ? sound When we e insider the Increaae of ; ,. ,i spitala an ' "i sons, large.)' ne 'casltati i bj foreigner* the dlflfcultlei abai: teaching hng Uah in the public schools, the Increas* In municipal corruption in colonist cities, m* may question even the .remise of the prop isltl n Pr Wince ian in ac pill gn-lioru ipported In our almshouse* were foreign? er . f f. i ? tun descent. In the second place, there ls not necessarily any ethical In Just lei in shutting oul i.pie wno sra dangerous to .mr civilisation. The question In how fa, .,,,, we admit all who wish to Come without being denationalised? The world la helped moat by iii.lividu.ils In advance of their time Bo with i, .tb.ns The Fnlted Btates haa a mission given t.. no oilier nation in past times i'm lt not help the world most b) keeping its Constitution. Intact and being r'or.-vcr an example to the world ot free enlightened self-governmentt A gr.-,i deal han I.ii said during the last month about th., failing off of Immigration and the In , rea.f emigration. Pr. Benner. for example. soys the decrease ls due largely to the law Of \lanh I IBM Bul that law did not add to the BX ,1,,,i.-i Classen snd when ths financial depression h-r.- has been sudh that f-r months we have heard of nothing bul "the unemployed," can we suppose Ruropeans ? ll come here with the Ides of better? ing tii-Mr condition? Ther- is no reason to Btippose thW condition permanent, and when prosperity ls renewed lure the tide ot Invasion will break on ,,,,,- shores narai n Figures sa t.. emigration .ir.-, un? fortunately not official and not very reliable in ,,,- ,.-.- i it cannot be regarded as sn offset to ,,.cd, ration Those who go buck are of two sorts; those who came limply ro muk- money whl. li they ar,- now taking .??. and th- more ambitious snd eneraetlc ones who think they can do better else? where The fermer ...vcr should have erne: th? ur,-r we ure sorry to lose. A? to those who come 1 cannot do l-l ter than refer to The Nev \ erk \atb.ns" editorial of June 14, from which lt ?p ii.??irs thal BB compared ?Hh IMI, during .1.Hillary. Febrnan 'and starch. 1M4, the ITntted Klng.lo.rn s.nt tar, Der rent; ilernuiny. 41.1 p--r cent; flcandl ,,V; I,,.,!.'min.-. M per cent, while Italy sent over IB uer ceni end Russia, over lui per cent. Jar those who consider th" iiuesllon economic. In anlte of ihe social .ml biological dangers attend imr: it I cannot do better than quote (hess srorda ,,f Phillips Hr..oks ("The Spiritual Man." p. Ill): "We hear men talk about tbs progress of our country and bv-niid-l.v we lind they mean the In? crease'of Its wealth. Ike development "f Its re? sources th.- opening of Us .itnuntcattons, the srowth of Ita commerce. Theos do not make a country great Thev are powerless until they are mixed with raith; until they give themselves to the Improvement of Hie human nualltles by which any real national Ufa, like any real personal life, ls made, an.l make the Nation more upright, more generous and more free." In cluain* lal tua call attention to the recently formed Immigration Restriction League, a non-par? tisan organization, with no one remedy to advo? cate, but which alms to present the facts and distribute Information on these questions. Anyone may obtain ihe terms of membership and further' Information by addressing the secretary, at 428 Ex? change Building, Hostori, or myself, I'l'KSiMTT F. HALI*. No. 40 Water-st.. Beaten, J'lly 0, 1*34. Mt. RTLANCI OM THK UCMtOKI OF JESUS. To the Editor of The Tribune. Slr: I missed the privilege of my Tribune of June 2.i. and therefore failed to see the letter of Thomaa ?'. Cornell In your Issue of that date. I have sines read lt, however; and find that ko gustos this state? ment from the report of my lecture on "Satolll and Free, Sp.-ech": "I had thought that Jesus had mads plain what men and women the wor'.d round have to learn and hell, ve for their moral health and salva tlon"; and thoa aak\ "Iioes llr. Rylance lind thees - In the recorded words of Jesus?" The question annies me. Where else should I find them, except In the shape of diluted version*? Dots |fr. Cornell know of any other source of such knowledge* He speaks ns if he had found tomi clearer, fuller, more efficacious truth In Komanlsra tiiin ls to bo found In the teaching* of Jesus; but I don't know a theologian in ihe history of Roman theology that ever preferred so bold a claim In Ba? rta if if his church. Rome has supplementer! Chrl*r's doctrine-, bul she has never claimed to have orlfld iia:el anything superior In enlighnnlng saving virtue than we (ind In the fourfold record of Christa ministry among men. I therefore answer Mr. Tor? rid thal I do find the lessons of moral health and salvation In the "recorded words of Jesus"; with all things necessary to Christian believing and living;. I may n- Biked wh-'re. In the two command? ments the Lord gave us; "Thou s,-.nlt love the Lord th) Ood With all thine heart, and with ail thy souL and with all thy mind; anl thou shalt love thy neighbor aa thyself"; for upon these "all the law ?ami the prophets- depend ab rule, for conduct, that ls, and all Instruct! >n for tn.- understanding, derlvg rheir efficacy fr un jove to Oo 1 and love to mn; love leading to worship and service, ss ever. Or If I am In quest of a fulb-r revels'Ion of the mind i.r .Jesus, or of more explicit guidance in Christian living, I hav* It In the so-called Sermon on the Mount Nor. 1 wili add. is then- a man living who sincerely desiree to learn what a christian ought to know and believe and to do for final acceptance with Ood wh.. will fall of that if he follows thees counsels of Jesus. As to 'h-s- things there are no serious dtversl tie* of op;nb.n among Protestants, or of belief, as Romanists chart-. The wrangling* are In th" sphera of the theologies; nnd theologies are not religion, brit philosophies of religion. J. H. RYLAXCI3. Long beach. N. Y., June 29. 1 >l. OHITIARY. JULES BSIILB SAINTIX. l'iris, July lg, Jules Kmlie ta la tia. Ihe paint*!, die i here yesterday. S.alntln wan born In Letne, Department of Alsne^ on Aird 11. IM, "nd mad? Ills .'.'-but before tho ? Aban I m." Isao; '?*lf Satisfied," :*77. and portrait* ol Stephen A. Douglas ilSt-n and Mme Carnot (1^01) Ile was a member of the Legion of Honor. ROBBRT T. HARRIS. Mount Jackson. Va., July I.* Robert T. Harris died Budden ly to-day near valley view fipringa. He waa about sixty five yeara old. and was for many yeats connected with "The baltimore gun" and with prominent pupers In Cincinnati, Tulede an I elsewhere. HKRft PIOLHBIN. Munica, July ll H-rr Ptgtbetn, a conspicuous ? nth German painter, died here tu-day. The nest thing to do wlti, n cold or bad cougk l-> to get rid of lr, for srhlch purpose use at ones I ir. Jayno'a "expectorant, for Basally half u, century a p. pular lum' remedy, .*. W hen baby Bras ri-k. we rav% hsr (' is* -ta. When ?ii- w.-,* ,i i mi I, she cried f-r Castoris* V r.--ri *h* Became Hiss, sh- clung to Call rta* Whee bi-.e had Children ihe gave them CastorU. 1>I Flt. BEI,K>fAP At i* agave, Roefelsn*! Cn . Bf Y, Julv i% IIM Dayton I* J:-lki..ip, ,n 'h.- Til )-nr of Bl* age. Th* relative* .ni neal frieod* are invited to attend ths - si m.- lat* residence 2^'2 Richmond Terrara Port Hichm..n.|. S. I. Tu??.l iv evening, July 17. ls:-* ii s a'clock. Ir.termen* privet*, ll I lindi} requested tin- n. fl .ivor* te sent. CLARK SiiM-niv. Bl Mn.lu n. X, J.. Jab 14. Isar**, lld f lt* Kev N \V.illlns; and Felicia ttl Clark, .it ir ti,-, italy, lu the sixth year at nar ase. Funeral private. KARRIBON Ar M ni 'air. N. J.. Uundny, July IB, Jarad Krwla, in th* BM year of his hr-. Funeral services arUI be iirid nt lils late residence Tues. day, Jul) 17. at 2 ,'Ui .'clock p. tn CBrrtaaraa will me. t the |J0 train from Chamt>er_-sL. Sea \ ri. ih H li. nt i'ark-it. sta ? ? Modi lt. ?I.MAN' .ei Bundar ''ii*- I*. MN R IkBBt W Rxlman, in Ihe BM rear af lil* ar, ** al hi* late residence. Mo 322 Kart Un*-hundred-snd-twen(y-fourth-*t., us Wedniartay, th* 1J? lr.-1.. at 1 - ? li < TA V LOR Al N '. July 14. .Inn* Vsa len sid w of .lan.s Taylor, in ber i*"h j*ar. Funeral Bl IN tesl dence >t Mr*. s. ii. iiinJiaii Tuesday lp m. Relative* and friend* ln\lt*d ti attend without turthai van ARSUALE At Pound Brook, fuly 14. at th- r*?l ? M \V .1 Ta>!r. alisa KllJ-ibetk K \ ..**l sue. year*, il prl, ali .*; .1.1 paper* plea** ; WALLACE Suddenl) Jul) 14. .t Rotet CSatletoa, Put*a vlf* xx. g. v. lilacs, af New Y-rk 1 in I'-.:,; isrvlcea al Ka I East Btth-et., July 17. al ll a m Interment at New H ivi ri. 11 tn. WALTON *t Barns Petal, N I., July l\ Mary I/out*n, widow f Bidha I- Wall n, In h-r *7'h year. Funeral **rvlre* srlll bs held at h*r late residence oa Te - liv july 17. at I o' lock p m. . - arin ' ?? Ib arslttna bi W**4 Kishth-st. stn'lon rn ,; r ihe 1 .in trats tr ,m f.-.t af Libert>-st. WILSON -ii Sunday, July I7>. william Henry Wilson, la th- 7s-|; \ -ai f hi* oe ? ??rvie.s si hla late reel,lenee, No. SM West PaV .- I.--I ^ lt ll a III. Ila. Seo**, k paper* pl-m,- , n-y. woodlawn CCMRTCKT. . ??? . No 2i. F ?.'.id-it. Woodlawn Station i24ih Ward.. Harlem Ratlpriadl Spccuil XotlCt'3. Paataakca Katina, r reign mail* for ih* week ending July 21 will doa* (promptly In il ihli ni,.-, hs foMoavi MON I'AY vt -:i |. ni r .r Cana Rica, vu I.lmon. per *. - Polhill, fr. 1:1 N-? i.Tiraiis. ar M p. m to* Hallie, , . iel ind Guatemala, per s. a Stillwater, froia ,\ ... ,.:i...., ,i -.1 ... m f ir Ibu.'.adds, per ?. ? Umala, ri m Som ? .ri an* Ti i>i.av Ai 1 a. m. fr Braill, via Penuunbwea, Rio r,a, ir ind Santos, p-r *. *. Suhirao. from H.iltlmer* iletter* r r N " Hi lill issi La Plato sosntrtse niu.t ta dire, teil "pei ll 'I B. ni for Europe, p-r ?. a. I..1 .-., via Boutharapi .n and Breaaea; at I a m. fur Her. nm,lu. pe* s. * Trinidad; ut *.'l p. m. for Santa Martha nu! 1 11' His.? ne per s. s, Viituurl. fr.au Ncw-i irleans. \\ 'RI ? N I:*"I ? A V V I a. PX t r Hump*. p*r ? s. lier. -? nt. iletter* tmiit be itrectad "per at 8 a. m i.-'iip!-ui-ntary lo a. ml for 1 . per 1 s Parla, ria s uthrimpton; at ll a. m. ...iui ll SO 1 in 1 for I" .nun.. leland and Haiti, per s. ? Ups; al li m. tor Grenada, Trinidad nnd To I igu, 1. - - Irrawaddy; al 12 m i*up;>lem*niarv 12:30 p. iii 1 t 1 Ness.,11. V P., par >. *. Anima il-it-r* mutt be dlr-et.-.l "l"-r Anti:i;i">. Bl 1 p tn f 1 ''non. p?r ?. s. Paralos* vis Havana llettera for Tamp.-, and Progress ?-1 "per Baratnsa"!: at 2.".. p m. f-r Rel Kiiini direct, per s. s. Noordlsnd via Ar.twerp (letters II asl ba directed "par Noordland'"); at *:i a m. for puerto . 11. 1 r - ?>. Wanderer, from N'ew-Orleiin*. THt'ftaPAt At I B. m for I'lir-pe. i?-r *. * OotaaBbBfl. vi, fbiuthampton md Hamburs; ut 1 p. m. i?uppis 111. utan I-80 p ni' f-r Nassau. N. P.. and SantlnrW 1111..1 per *. s Manilas": i?< *t p. n. tor BtaaaaMa p*e * 1 R mt. from Viv-orleans. Killi.ai m 9:3.1 .1 ni 1- -i i'l-m- ?nt.i'v 10 JO a. ml ror Central America leacepi Costa Rlcal and S-uth Paclfto oorla Der ? *. Ill) of Pura, via Co|..n .b'ttets far hui mun b* dlr led "l-r City -f Para''.. ?- BJ*a. m. iBupplementai. 1" -" s, rn 1 for Colon an.l i'lin.imi. i~r a. a. Mila nea via Colon Hellers must is> directed "l-r Aili? nn- 1 1 it ?-??I" p. h. f"r Profreao, pe. ?. ?. ? < oneal ,; (ter* for other part* of Mnmi mu*t be SBTBClBd "ps* HATCRnAT At I JO a ni fr Vrnn ea, Swluerland. Italy Bpaln l*iwrsgal. Turkey and llrlti?h In ba. per 1 . I 1 Touralne, ria Havre; at 4 a. m. f-r ir.i.md. per 1 ? -irrvtii itu Queanatows ibtt-r* for other part* of Eui pe nuu-'t bs directed "p-r Barvla"): St I .1 "*. for i- , ,,. ,,..,? H ? Kins via Bouihampton *ml Hremen: at ; ',' ',., \ , .-,. ? , i.rr a *. rslda iletten must la di. reeled "per billa"'. .' 1" ??? tn. l*uppl*m*a?ary I.e.ltJ n mi for Fortune island. Jamaica and Bavaallla, per * * Adirondack tlelterB 1 ??- -iher i.lnml.lan p.rt. must hs . Mr-, t-l "per luUrondark"); h' IO JO a. nv for lam. Chiapas Tal...-?- and Vi.--lan, tat f s urlxabs Iletter* f-r il-t M-\l. au Blfltefl and ?'ulm must be di rected "per Orlaaba"): ai K>:S0 a. in for Hain. I'umana and I'srupaain per ? ? OranJ* Na?aau llettera for other Venesuelaan port* Curacao Trtaldad, British and Dutch wiii,n.\ must be directed "p-r ninnie NsSflSS"j; at ll a rn f-r N-therlaniii, direct, i?-r a ?? Amsterdam, via lb rr-1 lura lletler* n.u-i b* dlrecled "per Atlisterdam ); ,, 1 ,. ni fr Booti* nd direct, per *. s. An.-hnrla. via lllaaaow ltett*rs muer i?. directed "per Anchnrla"!; at *8 [, rn fo- Tm viii. 1-1 :?. :- B. "bri fr-in Nea 'Tirana Mall* f-r 1'iitii .uni Japan ispe.-lallv addressed <nly), ott 1. ? VK-fr'a (from Tie-.mai. ClOSfl here dally Bf to [ul. -17 bi 8:80 I- tn Matta for i'h'n? .-iud lasaa, p?r *. * i'liv of HI- .laiirlr. ifr..ni Sun Pranctecu), -|.?e heis dalli up to Jut! BO it ib.lii p. m. Mall* for Amtralla lea ...1.1 ih-se f-r West Auatralla, which ur- fnrwa*4*a via europe) nvw /... ,1 md Hawaii, Kip ind Samoan lilandi, ter s * Mon.'Will 'fr.an Sun Frunel* -..I. cl .se here hilly up lo bib 11 at BJ8 |>. ni. l?r on arrival at New Yorlc -f s s l.ucanla with Itrblsh mall* for Auatrallm Malls for th.- Bode.) l?liin.l->. per *. ? ''Itv of I'apeitl ifr..ra Ban 1'n.ii.ls.I se h-r- dully BP lo Juh BS Bl B:?ll p. 111 Mall* f r Hum all. |-r ? *. Au*tral1a fr-in San Fran? cis,-,,i rio** ii-r- dally ap ia July 2i? *'? i*aa p m. Maila f-r China and J..i?.n ispeeialiv arUrmssa oalyl. per s. a. r7i.u.rr*.* of India ifrom Vancosver), close here dally up t,. Juli- ':lii it 1'. I" p, m Mall* for Auatnlla iesc.|it Wmi Auatralla) Hawaii and fiji I?land?. i>er a. *. Arawa .fi-ru Vancouver), .-I -?? baea flSUSg after Julv "Bl and up tn V11K11-* *"' Bt aJ8 p m Mall* for Newt .iin.lland. hy rail t- Ilaliri. aad thence i.y itr*m?r, cli?e at thM ..mee dally st H:.lu S, m. Malls for Mi.iuelon, hy rall to Illiston and thence by *tei,m-'r. cli-?e at thi* -nV* dally ,1 s BO p m Malls for Cuba, by rall to Tampa, fla., anil thence bv IteSBier (svlllnfl Mondav* and Thursdays,), rbia* at thi* offlce dnllv at 7 a. m. Mall* for Mexico, overland, unless specially iddresaed for dlspotch by steamer. clOSS st thi* office du.1 ut :i a. m. ?Refllstercd mall rime* st ? p. m. previous dsy. CHARLES VV DAYTON. Puatir Pustomcs. New-York. N. Y.. July 13, 1804.