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AbVkY'SI THBATRB B:tl The ,'hleftaln.
ai'ADKMT OF strOIC- s -Th* Sporiiaa Daeheas.
AMaatCAN THKATHK S-Th* Oreat Ulsnmnd It hbery.
KROAHWAY TTUtATRB * Prlncr*. floaata
I'AOINO S:18 The Merry WcirM.
i 'ol.I'MHCS THl'MTUK I U 12 Tempial lon*.
l.Ai.vs THBATRB?0?l*a Oaflstt Be ia Ratae.
rn.-'.N aU'sKE-Concert.
KMPIRB THBATRB I The CHy of Pttaaare,
OARDBM TBBATRB I H Tt lb|
OABRICB THBATRB laM ? Baa "ffli * Baat.
(IKAND OPRRA HOUiB s Kaust.
IIAHLKM OPKKA HOlfl' ?> l? I"1" XI.
iiKitAi.K syt'AUt: THRATRB B 10 flah Bar.
HOTTI THBATRB *dB U ?< M beera
KOgTBfl a hiai.'h VeaasvtUe.
bYCastJM th;atiik I Tbe Prasssn "f Baarda.
StANHATTAN BRACH- Uay ana Kvenlnij Mid?ummer
Merry Maktng
PA1.MKK S THBATRB I M KI.ur-.1e-I.la
PABTOR'a 8 * -Vau-levllle.
p.)i/?tUR,.r\i'S | 4:. BsaaeaaU
1-RiiiTitR s PUBAOVRB PALACB -lt tn 12 Vsulevin*.
HTANPARD THKATHK I II The Capll l
JnOc*: to 'wVbticrtiofmcnta.
p*s* qbl i r'f?co!,
Aaaaaaaaaaaa .n ?? "or?e. * Ca*flogea .111
Ann..,incemen,s ...II ? Ineiryrtlon . ? '?*
Autumn Reauit* ... ? ? }*? * ' ?"?'? .? *
Mankers A Brokera.1l 4 Us* Krtlcaa . .11 a
Board ?nd Rooms ..10 3 4 Marrlagea A Ileatba. T ??
buslnea. .'ha,, - W " M'*" ''"'j;,"",, ?.' ' '1 2
flMtneea Netlce* U I N?? I'ul.ll. ?BtloflS 1
r-.p?rtB*rsHii, tta . geaaa Hteame*. .. ' B-B
ti.-e* . -II ? rYoposal* .11 J>
iMviosad Rotleea II ? PuhUe N"""? .? ?
'^.7^, ";,-,l"",o 7-s tersi... :::::?{ II
D^aaatw.10 jj fwwr:' ?????? i
Earopean Adw* . ...? ? Jpecla rsotlce* T J
ric.ari.i 1J * toimmer Besorta .... ? J
rir,an,-i,,l Rlecllons.il 4 Tearher* . ? 1
Cd 1.1 11 Th* Ttir! II B
Hn.el. .?? V- " < "??'> "''.' '" "7
Dtieineoo Xotitffl.
Tl llit ?L II HMS TO MAII. KCIsatltlHKHB.
rllns!*
1 v??r. ? inarn 3 nv.?. I 11m I l>>
naiir. I aara * week_$1000 *.'.<?> ?-' f>(> $1011 .....
Pelly wlth-iu Sundey.... K no 4 <*> 2 00 W) .. . i?.
tuindar Trlbun*. 8 00 1 u? Co ... ?ca
WeeUie Trtbune. 1 Ou .! ?{*
0>ml Weekly Trlbun*. 2 IHJ ..,? .
THhaa* Monthly. 200 .-??"-?
a>?4age prepald ly The 'lilbun* ei.ept as hrrelnafter
itotea.
CITY POST All i: The !aw re<i?lre,s that a 1 reat posUeS
?lamp t< afflxed i, eeery c 1 - tt Ihe Kaily. Ounoay
rr Beenl-Weeklr Tril un* malled for l-cal .lellvery n
K**-Y rk ? i'v TI.Im |>,*t?se iiiuhI t>? pald ',V B?:S
arrlber. Reader* l.l* battSt eei \. d by bu> Ins ""lr
Tilluine Brsaa a new ,,1ealer
roRKiriN aoflTAOfl Ta ?u Isrslga eoaahrlsa fexeept
ranaJa and Bleatoo), 4 eeata ? >? PT ? " The Bnwlav
TriNiine; 2 eents a copv oa Dallr, Seml-W.-ekb anl
Weekly. Thi* pu?tage mu*t b* pald by aubscrlber.
BBBSTTAJTCRfl Itemit by Poatal Order, Baaraaa order
'"heek. I'raft. 01 KegU'ere^ Letler. Caak or Pnatal
Noie. if *ent In an Maraaiaiered l-tter. will lx at t 1*
owner'a rl?k.
flgriCaEg OF THP TRIPfNE Hala BBVa of The Tih
ur,e. l^4 Nassaa-at., New-Tork. -^'alr, nptowr. oltl.*.
1.V42 flroadway. Ad-tr^s* mi tuiiaapogdanaa *inipiy
"TSe Trlbime." Rew-Tsrfc.
At Ihe lURI.KM Orna I ISO Baat One-lmndied-and
Iwentj-iifthsi : 'Jin West One-hundred-and-tweatr-tiftn
*?.. enJ 320 w.-i Owe-bundred-and-foriy-nfUi-at., up te
B p in . at rernlnr 1 fflo* raie*.
Eurvpean Braneh, for 1.rtkswiieata oaly, 75. Fie?t
? treet. E C, Londoa, Tt'sland.
lltAN" M OKFI'-KS.
SM 11 ave.. * * ?? > asa-afc
!S2 Sth-ave., ,-. r. 12th Sl
142 Cblumbu* BFesI mh at
].*t \\.st 4'.' i si . neai Oih-av*.
?jo Whi Mth-at.. n-'.r ^?v? ave
SM \\ eel 4.' *i Titi snd Bin aves
IOT 4th-a\e.. coraei l?tl I
I se.i M-ave.. bMweea TOth ?'id Tflih ?'?
j sjh ? I-* . . betwsea TOik aad tltk *'??
1 njei M-ave n? ar 81
150 Ka?' 4Tls-*t., cornei 3''ave.
136 r.'t I2nth-si
?43 W?'{ l2Mh-st
'.",'. Ka?l 4-'d-?i.. near Madtaoa "v
BJROOKLTN ni-'rp >?>?
S*T Pnlt n el 1.101 Mvrtle ive ? ' '? ??" Sl . '"^ '"?
Kall. |? . 1 1?1 1 ,1 - near Be l'??' I ?>*
TOUNDED BY HOP.ACE GREELEY.
MuMnV. BKPTKMBKII I?. IRBB.
TWELVE PAGES.
THE SEWS THIS V0BXIX9.
roBRION Thi Bultan'a B4>te aequalntlnf the
powera a/lth the ronceaalona he Is a-llling t,>
make <?' ihe admlntotratlon of Armetila baa
i ,.,, issued. The Bpanlah Governmenl baa
?eetded i?? aend a aquadron t., Buenoa Ayrea !?>
protect Bpanlarda there who are nol In sym
nath) \Mti, Ihe Cvhan rebelllon. Oeraaan
dlata dony thal thelr objectlon t" Bedaa
l?av waa moved by nn unpetiiotlc aentlment.
DOME8TIC The New-Tork sttn.' Democrata
viil reorgantae thelr Stat.- Commlttee <m the
propoaed plan of the Independenl Republlcana
: Cardlnal Glbbona, frona his pnjfdl at n?'
ttmire. g?\'e bis Impreaaaoaui "f Burope
lt wat :hi.i that OeneTraoo aroflld be uske.i t,, r.
leaae Arkanaaa from ibe payment <>f aeveral
anllHen doilara ,lue the Ufllted Stat.-a as tnaatee
4>f the Smlthsonlan Institutlon. An OUt
hreak of the Si..i:x lndians Ht ihe RoOObUd
Agency 8. l?.. is threateaved. Ba-Becretary
John w. Foater made an addreaa in Watertown,
N v. ,ii the Chlneae maaaacrea of Ku-Cheng
and t'heng-Tu.
city and sriU'RMAN. The Defender aml
th? Valkyrle aaera rooaaa*oured ai Brla Baaln, but
no m.iterinl dlffi-rence was fonml from the result
nf their forrner meaauremient. One pereon
was kili.-o aad several severely Injuie.l by the ii|>
aettlngj of a DOOjgh ln Stateti Island. ssas Only
eitchteen exclse arr.-sis were made, belnsr the
s'naileat number for any Bunday on re> >>rd. r=^=n
lt waa reported that Dr. Bra Iford would turn
."states evldeilCO ajralnst the Hro-kway gang of
c^unterfelters.
THE WEATHER PVnri "aal f..r to-day: Falr
and llght breeaaaa Taanperature yeaterday: Hlgh
est, 83 degr-ea, )<>west, To degreea
only Hfkteefl eseiee orreota yeatflrdaj: Trnlr,
the bUHlnesa of selllnif Hqaor%on Suinluv in lliis
tuwu h?s o*seOflM cxtf.i h:i/.'iftl.iiH. The nuii
whoha^e the ti-uicrlty t<> Indnlge in lt will goofl
deeerve to be ptit on cxhlbitlon ;i^ ffajflka
It la n-jrretlabli' that the BOtlca Issmil on l,e
l,s,lf of the patrol ilivision of the .\,\v York Yinht
i luh l> :i n-rossity: and lt ajffefl tl" pl.tiMtire to
t-ay that it i? applir.tl>l<> only to a few of ihe
l.irgc ininili, r of boais HbtCB <-;trrii^l thi BJBre
t.ttora of Satunlay'H rarc The offpaaEflf feaHCil
ought lo be pltinly Bflkiifl 09 lhai paoalo orloh
Inj !,, \ ,-\v the other laeen cooM |lee thovi ?
aaafjg berth Bflah n Ixiycott would 1>. .ntinly
iiietiflituv. lt is of aakBaaai Ifliportaace Ihtt tlie
iiirnlnt: markj '? 'he iriangulur oaflteal lo-ahor
r<?w Bhoulil ho k*-pt I'lcar. L>t the MptaJa of
rrerj ezcoajeJoB boajt glre the pufota balf a mile
of M.iw.iy, aml all flrtfl be wll.
Cardlnal Glbbona'a loinreoalona t'.-iiu-.i obroad
durlnjj h!s reeeol trip ore, no donbt, similtir to
thooe efltrTtalfled by moal ABBarfcajtajg ratflrflJag
trviu Eun.pc Bfll thOJT tariioi be fZflfCjeHed too
vften. and not cv. rv OJBO 001 roiitrast the siX'lal
canditlmis <<f Kutupc gfld Ainerica in tol&Btaage 00
pollshcd, or tflhe | view ?o cahn :tn<l cliMrly
free from jin-ituli,<> as thin ,lintini;iiislie<l piajlato
of the Cathollc Church. YYhat li.- t..1*1 liis eoa>
grogatiun ln r.altlinore yestenbiy, ui nimrjfliiRg
lellgloua toleran,,' iu this rotflltre with tho Qoa
?Miunutal reatrh'tions iu rallfjIoRg matton ko
1 f|gfl t-xerr!s<-.l in Ewoaje, nrfltglfll ih<- ggajOsstO
of that fnvdoin uhlih is tbe j>ii<l?- an-l bOBBl Of"
Ainerlcn.
-- ?e
A hlghly Interestln* nm! llflBortaal pi.^-,. of
D'-ws ia furiilshed by , ur Albm.y rotTrapoflflVfll
thjii uiorulug; to wlt, that the h-ailtfl of Uic l?.-ni
ocratic i>arty have ontne to the concluslon that It
wlll bg wlse to re4*tdBJByB|ge and eajlflrgg thelr State
(Vwnmltiee, much ou the lin?"s wlilch have been
auggeated for lucTenslng the ln.inhiishlp of the
Kejpubllcan State Conimlttee. Th, plan whlch
Bndo greal??t fay,,r j.rovides that tl-i' rommlttee
ahall pe composed of the .-hMliiiien of fho slxty
county commltteoB, wlth an additional RBOflahat
(or eacb Congreaa dlatrict from the countiea whlch
Bloe| more tuan one member of Conairesa. An
xltaraaHve pkn ta f?r i Btate committee with
OM moinlnr for caoh Senntr BXetXtCt, BT flfi.v ln
ull. ln ihe DeagRReTitk; ml'Kl ""?',' H,>,'n,H '" ,,f>
no ol.ie.Mlon t.. ii large a-.ntrul eotnmlttee; 11s
there la BORe in reality. We detRi lt aot an
' likelv thai tbe movexxenl f.-r nn eiilaigeinent
' 0f tbe Bepaldlcan Btate Cofnaatttee will be xp
i pr.T'.ililv atieni:!li?ii.al whXR It Is known that
- tbe DetBOCfUCy cotMeRRxate abandoning Ihe prea
,.?t avxtem of electlU ibeir WBtral bodi bt
OoRgreag dlatrlcta.
Tbe defeal of me VaJhyrto aa Beterday was
,?,. famxlRnlTf The natnral laaXKBBM <>f ARR**
,,,?? k t,. betkve rhal H waa, bal ti.ua fnr the
Kugllxfa i-oai baa i.u irled ln only oaa kimi ..f
weatbcr, and we bave bo m.-nna of JwIkIiik what
ahe will do under other WRdltloRg, deapite Ihe
geaeral bettef that the waathet oa Baturday waa
KeCfa BI would Xttlt h.T baxt. Thi ni.v l-n-VMl
rlcnrlv that she ilbl BOt BRtl M wll In Ifcjhl
WaatiMT Hs was ,x|..wt.'il: tTRBl ahe will 00 II
itrong wind* remalBJ to ?"? aeew. Then. t?.... the
?Ingular rlrcumataaee Ihal at Ihe oRtaxi "? ""'
raoe ihe Valkyrle xboared iMtRrtf better thaa the
Defeader, thoagfa that stipeilorlty dld not ?BV
tlnue b.ng, la aoincthlng that BRRJl '"' babeR Int..
a.'c.i.iit i.y tboxe who are xxlhRafiai the ehaocea
.,r th- ramalalng racea, it is suggeated. n..t with
...it piiniBiiiinty, that tha ttlar waa held by <""?
haiitl euily lu the RKR BRfJ RJ unothei lat.r. and
lt Ih poaallile that If tho flrst tn.tl.-s had beXR
perslMed Ita the Valkyrle WtRRa have BMde a
better abowlag Th.- yachta yeetefday were re
llieastiml. With laM iVHlllt Ihal the BTBt nieUHtiie
menta were ahowB lo !>'? BCCRfRte fgeepl that the
leagtti of ihe Defeadef oa the kad aatet>lln?
waa r-Minai t.? ha me in. ii abortrt iRd tbe V;,lkvrl"
a njoarti rnfaa lacfa longet timu thxirxt.aawe
m.'iits Indleated. Tblx dMference, bowever, la au
allgbt as to be aitboRt Iniportauce.
WB \T EABXrSQB Will M t
Dlatugolabed Deaaocrata retontlag from Bi
rope bring aitb tbe* bopefnl predlctloux, and
prraumably bopefol reellog. No doRhl they
have i.ii much Impregacd by Ihe revlval of
buelaeaa whlch has occwTed durtag tbe laxt
three inonthx, aad ralcolxte thai the coamtry
iinist be proaperiog ao greatly that ppHBoeratlc
IcglxlatkMi will get the eredlt lt is the Batoral
anppoalttofl for men who have been away. Men
who have been it bome know that Ihe worklng
force, though better employed, ls nut fully etn
ployed, and that the wagea, thongb xdvanced for
aeveral hnndred thonaand men iti?..ut half th.
dodlne xlBce Mr. Clevetaud'a Inauguratton, xre
for the remalnlng 85 per cent of the worklng
force a* h.?w as ever. They ileo know Ihal the
worklng voterx, who xre nearly the whole nuin
ber, xre nol better xattxfled with the Demoeratlc
party or Its legklatlofl than Ihey were bixi
Vovomlur
Tblx is the dang?>r aboul wbk-h ihe Demwrxilc
party k Uborlag t.. cbeal Itxelf bb uxnxl, By dlnl
of repeatlng notrutbx dcxlgned l?i ilecclve Bepuli
Itcana :b" party perxoadea Itaelf thai everytblag
la is proaperoua an.l labor as w.-ll remonorated
in thlagx abkh wagea will boy aa .'v.-r. Afta*r a
tiiiu- thls will ln f.imi'l a Puat|> niistak.'. fOr
th.- men who rece-lve th.- w.\^<- know th.- fXcla,
an.l are n<>t decetved ln tho leaat. It ls wlthln
thelr |M'rs..nal knovvl.sl*:.' Ihal prl.es <.f the thlogl
they have to Iniy hiv- BOl dedlned .as iniich ns
the \va?:.'s they n .'iv.-.l. True. pricet of all BTOd
octx, taken as a whole, bave I.n lower in thla
aame ni.iiiti. ..f Hepteaiber than al any prevloua
iiaie in the hlstoiy of tbe country, bal the decllne
haa i.n iiiniovt wbolly In prlcex of fxrm prud
ii. ta, and ..r th.it .Ir. lii." th" wurklngmen ilo na?(
iiiiiiie.ii.it.-ly gel the full i>.-n.-iit ln Ibe retall
l.ri.'.-s.
l'arni produ^ta, laken xa ? whole, were netrer
before xo k>w aa In July, imu. bul are now fully ?
pet fi'iit lower than ihey arere then. the relatlve
Importaace of duYbreal xrRclee beiag coaxddered.
lu October, i^!r-'. ibaaamecmaatltlea .>f prodncta
at Xew-Yort wholexale prlcex coai B41.TIW whlch
now r?xl B33.5TB a dedlaeof I9.d per cent All
other prodncta have deeJIaed ln ralne aboul s per
cent, fxrm producta aiifferini; m.>st. a? i? nxuxl In
every pertod of tlepreaxlon, from the reduced
aiiiiiiy of the peaple t.? cooxnme. Bul ciwtometx
do ii'?t fet bread eheaper, aor moxl kinds ..f
meatx, hor xre most kimis ..f regetablea redn.i
to actual MRxomera a< mucb as ln th.- wholexale
m.irk.'ts. Bul whlle prlcex of nll kin.is ..f prod?
ucta xverage 13 per oa-nt lower than in October,
iM?'j. the greater proportloa <?f th<- worklng force
bAi ;i r.'iatiyiy Urger reductloti in wagea, though
not aayel as mucb reductkxa ln retall prlcea
There are many men, <>f courae, who feH theae
roaxrqnrarnx, though they do not kaep xneb pre
dxe recordx Ibat they ean tell exactly wbere
thelr (lirtl.Miity is The Democratk mxnxgen
may be aure thai ibexo roterx, of wboa there are
miuioiis. will vote acoordtng lo n.eir Indlvtdnal
ImprexxloBa. There\ ls aouiethlnj lefl after ih.
weck'B WOffc, or there Ita not. Rltbef lt ls as imi.li
as it iiscl to be ot it is n.?t. Blxnkei xheetx
tilli'il wltb flgnrea, irbole rotnxxea of Btatktlca,
will not get theae rotera away from a reallxatlon
..f tha fact that xt the end ?f th<' weeh or month
they are noi as w.-ll off as they tiscil to be, even if
th.y bave wofhed, and worked full tlHie, though
many slill baVX DOt,
our Detnocratlc frlefldx are naklRg lha old
mlxtake ln tlunhuig that tha fotera <?f the coun?
try are lacoaur^eteat fbelx who will never know
what bUftx them when they ar<> hurt. The v.it.rs
do BOt nead t<> xtudy anythlag naore auborate
than their owu pocketbooks at thg en.l of each
wet'k. if th.. Democratk poUay payi for them.
glvlag th.'in better eRtpteyineat an.l wagea In
jiroportion lo the coai of UviRg than ln isirj, they
wiii reaxeaaber fbe fact if it doea not. they wlll
letuexnbtr that fact also.
IV OVTBABB AT AlBAXT.
When Covi'inor Morton IXCnmaxaTRdfll tliat
lha Btate Oaaital l>f iRxRhad l>y eoatract, xnd
wh.-n his li'ioninii'n.latlon. in a liioallfli.d furm.
vv.is tinally acted upon by the Kepubllcan Leglx
lattiri', ;i gejagefaJ feclinj: was Inaplra'al that tho
xnd waa at baad <?r tho iiisuniocfui xptutade
whlch Ibkl vant uiKlcrtaking has prcs.nt.Hl to
tho plbxlr Thla hopx waa not In vain. A new
order of thlnjis haa muKuibtcdiy becR uahered
In, and ereR the rehRrtton in oflce of that
an.icnt poiiti.-ai baruacle OomuriaedonerPerry
will not aawveRt the toRRjaaratlvely rai?id and
BxtlxXactory eompletlon of th.- great work. The
Bcandaloua performxacea of tho paat are no
lonL'.-r vigfbkf. Tha days hav.- gORC bv wlun
"10.1" Ifttrphy'a ganga v>f hixl.rs canio ln trHin
?aada down fretn Troy to draw tho taxpayera'
money. Hatdea of loafara an.l ktlera no kxager
throng Canitol lllll. Lax suporvlslon on tha
part of worthloss Sialo oHlcials hal glvon way
t<? tho koon, wat.hftil OTXtRlxjJht of tho prlvate
coiitractors. who hav.- ihe work in chaigo, and
there Ih an nir of bualnoss about tho pntlro
buUdiRg that Is .-.\ooe.|ing|y ajrgttfyiRg to cki
2on? out of whnaa nockat the eoal of thls faaaaax
?Ra bjl bl cotne.
Hut whlle thls whoaxaBk alauxga for the h.?i
ter ls niunlfest ln thg work of CPxhltfRcUoa It ia
r.-gTa-tablo stlll to tlnd tli.it tho Heptibll.-an Ad
mlnlstratlon haa bTORght little If any Inipioye
ment ha tha ayxaexa RRdar wharb rm Capttolxnd
tiie other Btah bRfldtRga, Geoloarlcgl Haii aad
Siato liall, are BRURIgaft Th.y cntinue to be
tho pra'.v of tho polltl.lans, Juat aa they weiv
un.ler the HlllMurphy r.glrne. Tho manage
niont la no WOfUe, BetRgDB, but lt la dltltcult to
aee WxxxXXhl Hii.i botloniient haa h.-on niM.le. No
doabt that when Oarxraoe Morton bri thos.
stniciuroa in chnrge of Mr Kaafon last .lunuiirv
ha boliev.sl tbrtt tlva-y woul.i bo proporly cnreal
for, Juat as he bellevod that Gaaxxm Aldrldj;o
would condiici the rubllc W.uks Impartm. nt
ou bnslncss UllBclpIl, Bal BflflRri was tha
caniliilnte of yoiing Wlllhim Harnes, l'latts
Albnny blflthlfliB iaal PTff slnce hf aaaaHBesI
i control Harnes haa hml Mttro eharreje of every '
I thlflff. B* has BBfd the pjflcc f,,r nll lt waa |
I arorth poiithaiiy As i reaalt, tha hurbbJ oh
| oerrer BOflki ha aaaMe to n^tarflHBo fr,.in tho
i fitrTBBl nppciraiiif of IhlBgl whother Mtirphy's
' lu.iiiirrln law. DeVhanty. had Of ha?l m.t baefl
? dlapltcad kl BflpaViBteBdOBl by Ji lb'piiMi'an.
j There U stlll Ifl ariiiy of employ.* swtiiinim:
: tha bflttf oad coorta, Idllaii aaray thelr tlmo ol
j the fipefhsf of M.t Ihe moel pBtlcBl roanaaflfl
arealtho of mgpayera ofl ii.orth.
Arxordlag to flrhfll I- ?? 1.11m??< 1 to be nn ObbVvmI
llKt nf Knuton's iiiiplo.\'s. pul'li^li'tl by the.ntiT f
ptiaing "Sinii'.'" of Aibaiiy. there ira ereer tw,>
boadred ,-f theao bsotera rearolarly aBsployed,
aml M leafl than OBO htimlrnl aml thlrty niore
"estraa," who are rmployed aader tho opedal
:ippr,,pi'l.itl,u) for cii-vaioi's, tajpfllrfl, ?-t.-. Thal '
is to stiy. tha laipayera of thls state nt nalo
talatag a otflBdlng anny <>f about three baadred
men and tiilrtv or foi'y woiiien to care for three j
publlc btilMlugs. whlch ciiihl nnd shoiild be
looked gfter properly by kaa than oBe>toorth <>t
thal iiiiiiilier. Thls fotxe lm hi'les ofaaTHea,
rflgiueera, w:ii<huun. tahofera, deaaera, Jani
tors. pjrtera, ilivmen. iiteaaeagera, in BeaRalafly
rodleaa irray floeae of them do not pretead to
perform oay Bertoae bibor; lU of them prw-ii
,a)b ,1,, iiii.-nt as they pleaae. They are poiltkal
appoitiiuii'iits .iiiireiv They iro BMMtly from
Albany. They on- nll foUowera of Bavnea He
li.'is nard the Caattol patroaage Btapljr i,,
s'i.iii.Mli,ii hliii-.lf |,.,lit|. ally The nv.-i wh.lin
lii),' Bhajoiity of npiiiahle ICepubllaBjii* Iu Albiiiy
ara ogalaal blm. Horerflor Morton kaowa thal
bow, if be dbi nol kaoaj II in*i arlatar il the
time >>f Eaatoa'fl oppolataaeat, aad yol Baraea
|s permlttcd to nae HiIh depertmeal as MKd"
Miiipliy. ln hl' boldeal momeata, nronld baee
beettated lo us.- it Tboflaaada >>f dollara <>f the
i.upav.Ts" ui.?j is betag araafed la order thal
the I'lati Biachloe may be tralll up. Ii is belag
doae righl aader tbe eyee. <?f Ihe GoTeraor, aad
yct nol a whlsp.-r ln tbe way ,,f proteat ki beard
fr,,in Ihe Rgecetlve Chamber. \Vhy aotl
THi: OKBMA \ AMBBICA \ VOTK.
Viiy Mraeol people of an psdtable tempera>
ni.-nt and narrow botisoa oro apl t,? make mis
tahea obofll the nnmber of people arhoni they
repreeefll and Ihe ainount of apace Ihey are rn
Htled to oecopy in :li<- pobtic mlfld. They may
be, gfld doabtleog ore, alacere aboai lt. The
three lallura ><t Toolej at. arere noqaeatlonably
siitii-i re wli.ii they began ih.-lr petltloa of grlev
aacea to tbe Houae of Commoaa arltta "We, the
People ,,f Baglaad." Ia mnch utler tinics.
;,? wit. a year ago Uaatl Jitly, Mr. Bageae Delm
aml a fefl gaa?K'UiIea in the American Kailway
i Ui.ui iiia.l.- \\\-\ sth ii a mlatake; only Ibere
was more of i' ?ad II bad larger coaaequF0??ee.
Theae geatlcmea, becaaae Ihey repreneutetl, <t
rhoaghl they prpreaented. Ibe lalmrlag men ..f
the coiiniiy. who coaatltute i ranl majority of
tbe v.itlnv' rdtbteBa saennted lo apeak and gd
f.r tbe i-utii'e Imh|\ ,,f in.ii who work for blre.
r*H?n 'his looamptloa Ihey proceeded lo con
siiiut." iii'.-iiis.iv.- tbe aiiii.il majority, oad
without aralllBg for tho forauUltieg <>f elertlon
and ladaelloa l?to offtce, to ?erclea the faac
ttoag of government. They iimtiyiit they bad
Ihe wimic forve <?f btbotiag b*pb Ifl the coaatry
'ii-hiuil them, becauae they bad ael np the rlghta
of lobor a* thtii Blaodard, ifld arere Bghliag
for the material latereal oad arelfare ?,f all men
araa nrork for ibeir lleiag. Thej <ii,i nol mhon
Bpjoa Ibe poaotblllty of dlffereBoea ,,f oplBloa oa
Iu prlflclples ind pollclea, melboda aad meaa
nrea gmoag Ihe iaea npoa arbom luey depended
for outhorlty aml aupport.
Tbe Ibree lailora of Tooley at. bgrr I.ime \
byarord aad toaaidBg-atock. Deba aml his .-iss,,.
(iai.s are "d,,in^' tini"" in a pealteatlary. The
fornter esdtad muth, ibe loiter hoanrreetlon,
li.'iii arere raaea ,,f blg bead Oae, barmle -
aml ?nyoaiBg; ihe other, tnrholeai anl daBger
oaa 11< ii,-.' th.- dlffereave in arbal bappeaed lo
them. Tho moral ta tbe aame, boarerer.
Tha iieiinan Am< ii,:in Beform ITaloa i
poiitic.il ggoociatJofl nrboae refnarkable actlT
Ittee lmve provoki-d the bntnoroua propeual
tit's of oar Ih'iiiocr.itic rontemporary, "The
Sear-York sun." to ancb an esteni thal
ii habiuiaily deocribea ita membera, from
,i perreralofl <>f their mltuUa, aa "Garooo"
?ppean lo have fallen iato tbe error of tho
three tiilors aml of I). be. it looamrg lo apeak
for all Germaa-Aa>erkaao iik?- the mOora, oadj
lt ib'i'iaiins rlolefltly ogaloal atatote biara oad
ihcir eaforcemeal lik,- i?,-iis. Thla aaaoclation
was ,.iic nf ihe orgaaiiatloBg formlag ihe mnnlc
ipal glhaace which Iaal year eleeted Mayor
Stroag aml ihe Reform tichet. li was. aml atifl
Is, i aomewhat aelf-aoaertlre body of mcu, oar
in^r th,- rharactertattca fally dereloped .,f th.'
talrora, with tbe eharactertatioa fben ln embry?
but BOW r.ipi.lly i|.y.-l,,|,liiir <<( l?. I,-. It- de
maada for ropreaentatloa on ibe tiekel were an
awered In Ihe aomlaaiioa of Tameen fbr Bherlff
aad Hoeber f"r Coroaer ii was ;i rery Uberal
ailowam'f. Both theae geatlemea bare ao gmply
oxempUned the Qnalltlea for pnhlic offteo arblcb
timi EiTor la the Oernwa-Aaiericaa L'aioa 'hat
m? coimni'iit npoa then is aeeded. Bal the <bd
ni.tn Amcrictin I'nlon is diaoatiafled with pretty
much all the r.-siillH (,f tbe Ib'fonn vicimy ,,f
last year excepl Ihe electloa of Tamaen oad
Hoeber. inat to to oay, the apeeebca made aml
the rcsobiiions |iassisi at a meetlag of tho Ualoa
?,n Kritlay aight lefld cloarly lo that COBCln
aion The Bpeecbeg irera as riolenl iu character
.as gay of the Btteraacea of l>ci>s. gad the r.'s.,
luiions whlch were adopted by a unaiiim.nis
TOte were sliniily the r;ivini.'s of a siii.ill body ,,f
BBgry aml cxcitcl pers.uis, who COBCetvB that.
th.- Ubertiea of all tho people, oad partlcnlarly
(icrmaii Ainerican people, nre in (lau^'or becaaae
of tht enforci'iui'iit of a law whicli Ihey do not
llke
Bal doea any oae aappoae for a momeai thal
theae rociferoaa raatera haee oay galhoriry t.>
apeak for the greal BMaa >,f tow-abkllag German
Aimrican votetal It w a Ubel upon the Inmlli
genea and good citteeaahip <.f Ihe large body of
votors of Oerawa birtb to credll aacb a roppoai
Uob for an instaii;. Tamaea, Ihe Bberiff, aml
tJross.', th.- Inu-rnal RereBBe Ckalleetor, arere
Bdjaaajf lha riMsl ,-.iii-],i,u,,iis aml rlOaHII de>
claiiiiers nt this meetlag autiinst th,- eaforce
ment of law. llut these Bgefl do n,,t eoatrol the
(Jennaii roto BOC had tho (Jeinian eotei by the
ii.,se. The ii.'i'inaii rotera as a body were n,,t
COnoflltlsj ln ihe seleciiiin of TfllBOoa as their
n piesentaiiy on ihe munlcipal refOffBI tichet,
nor of (IrosHc us the recipieiit ef their sliaiv of
Pederal patronage. Baeh paahed his owb culm
for offlea apoa the otxangtb ?'f his oara Impodeat
laaeitaua of liis gbQfty to laineace tho rotea
of tJerinan citlzcus as n class. ]{|,t|i are aolaily
naajhlag the mbm na/oteflatoa aaw. ln rliis tbey
are m.t oalj BBsaVg wltlioiit OBthority the BBflao,
infimiice aii'i prrajfigo of ti largo oad r.s|.eet.ihie
rJaag of dtlgejaa*, i>ut, what is mveh arorae, they
are, for thelr OWB Meltish puip.'ses. ba^agtag :i\\
Qormaa v-.ters bjto discreiiii and aaagrace by
repreoeatlag thaan as an bjaofaai maaa, obedleai
to thedictntion of daaRaajoanaoo, iBd with so Uttlo
si iise ,,f th,. iiutiex of citiiti nship aa to make
trrgaataTd laatatoafa i,? ihe r^afbrceaafBl <>f plain
ly arlttea gad dajarty aa^aratood law. TTaoj ut
m,i unyihliu; <>f the .?,rt. The Tains,ns and
(Jrosses mlhrepreseiil iluin, iisin^ aml ?buelag
them imist oJUBiefnHj
lf Taiusen aml Qpoaaa hfld a suttleieni foBoai
bjg il) thelr notlons ats.llt the eiif.ireeinent of
law. they iniglii BsaeoaBO aaaaVaaaaBj and pn-Hently
Incur the fale of Dehft Kortunalcly for them.
th.-ir followlng ls smnll rbough no|*y. nnd the* .
rouacqaeRtly faii in tha ntegory of the rRttcu- |
loOB Ihice tailors of Toolry at.
It\y 8TATB CBX8VK TNDICATIONB
The drift of popuhtion toward tbe dHaa, as
we have receatly xtated, la to be otaxerved ln bH
pgrta of tbe coRRtry. lt nrtght Batarafly be aup |
pooed w ba graRteat in tha axxat, bax ?faHatku
ghOW thai I' I'ttvalls in the great aurieiiltural
Btatea oi lha CeRural Waat in ? nmrhed dagtae.
IVrbapa II is evea greater there than in some |
,,f tiie Bxatern Btatea, Ar ttnatratfea ..f what ,
i, amoiinls lo befg ls furnlshed in .Massa.hu j
?ertx, the retumx of wheaa gftb docaRRkd caaaxja |
bave lual beeu pubUxhed The ngurea ahow, as
rompared wltb Rwee of IBBB, ? grattfylRg !*?
[?reaxe of populatlou, comnarabki wltb that of
borm youager and xnppoaRdbjf aaora mogteaxlve
Btatea, Tha lotal la rackoRed al u.4i?r?.;t*r.. Thai
la an Increaae of Nax\204, or of 28.48 pav ceRt,
llVei' the lotal of i.-n yeara igo,
wii.ii w.ne to xnalyae the returna, how?
ever, li becomea evldent thai this galn is chtefly
dii.' to tha growtb of lha dtlea. ladaed, It has
been eaTected in apita of letRg] dacreaax of pop
nlgtloa in many rural dlatrlcta, tiie iRcreaaa Ir
th,. dtlea bavlflg baeg proportloRatrly Biucb
greater than that In Ihe Btate as a whole, Banp
siahle, whlch is an bIrrxR gRttrely agrtcultural
an.l inaritiiiie coRRty, ahowa a aUgtrl decreaae,
it. ikxbire, cblefly rural, ahowa bb Increaaa leaa
than iwoihlrds aa great as iliat of the whole
Btate. Briatol County has lacreaaed by -"-' per
,,.?! iiut Ita actual iigni'es of Increaae are
;;!.;;|u, whlle u\o of Hs .ilies, 1'all ltlver and
\ew Bedford, bave lacreaaed reapectlvelj i>y
81,IM.ir? ? l Ji.xii, or iiiu.-h brmm ihan lha whole
county, ao that there must bave been ? conald
ernble falllag ofl in other partx of it. In Duhex
there waa ? xUgttl iRcreaae, la Kaxea there
was a large Increaae, Baarly equaUIng la ratlo
Ihal ol ilie BtatO as a whole. Bul BbuRt ORJ Ihlrd
of tblx is .tredHed to the two cltlea ?>f Lawreace
au.l Maveihill, au.l douhtleea Uyaa, Balem and
other Induatrtxl ceatrea fuUy make up the bal
au.'e. IcavlRg tbe country dlatrlcta Btatlouary or
a.-tiiaiiy decllnlng. ln rural KrankMn there is an
luxlgnlneaat Increaae. hture than one-thlrd of
Hxuipdea'a Increaxe k credlted tu ihe .-ity ..f
Bprlngfleldi and liampahlre, whlch has fewer
luiportant ceutrex of populatlon, ahowa i auialler
Increaxe. Mtddkxex has the greateat K'uin .>r all.
li |a tho only county wboae galn is In a greater
ratto than iiuu ol the whole state, xmountlng
bere to nearlj MI per ceRt. But Mlddleaei cor
laius many large cltlea Xttd tuwnx and romprlxex
a Ixrge ahare uf the xuburba of BoatoR, so that
it- growth is to be reckoned as dlatlnctly urbxn.
lu Nxntucket there Ix Bvted a allgbt decreaae.
lu Sorfoik ihe Increaxe is conxlderable, au.l that
county la xdjacenl and oibutary tu Boxton.
More than twu-thlrdx uf Plymouth'a Increaxe is
due lo the rity of Brockton. Buffolk'a Increaae
is ii.-.iily equuJ in ratlo to that of Ihe wboie. Btate.
II Biuoonta io 118,820, of whlch 103,512 is in tbe
clty uf Host.ui. Doubtleaa it wuttkl have been
?mi, ii ktrger i>ut for tbe fact that Boatoa and
Buffulb L'uunty ItxeJf xre xlready overerowded,
an.l iheir Increaxe ls tbua dlrerted to tbe contlg
iioiis parta of other oountlea Klually, Worceater
County ahowa a bandaouM Increaae, about half
of whi.h Is credlted t<> the clty of Worceater.
uf the fourteen couatlee, therefore, two ahow
a sinall decreaae uf popuhttton. One ahowa a
very large Increaxe, much greater than ibai of
ilie Btate aa a whole. The othera ahoa galna
ranglng from merely nomlnal up xlmoxl lo tbe
ratlo ..f the Btate, Ihe atnaller belng In rural xnd
ibe krger ln Induatrtxl aad nrban regloua. xlore
orer, whlle the lacreaae for tha whole Btate la ?
little more than 38 per ceRt, that of ihe cltlea of
Boeton, Worceater, Bprlngfleid, I'ail Btver, Urw?
.?ii. iiav. rhiii. Lawrence, New Bedford aad
Brockton, taken togetber, la aaora than M per
cxat. Thoae alne cRlea coRtala aboul ?'(!? per
cent or tbe total populatloa of tbe Btate, aad are
. redlted wltb aaore Ihan 48 per cent of the total
Increaae. luii.'- returna wiii doubtleaa ahow an
pxtenalon of Ihe aaaae rule tbroughoul tbe Btate,
ihe cltlea and townx aainlng and tbe agrlcultural
dlatrlcta belng Bearly atatlonary .at beat, an.l
often xctually kxdng. Thls. perhapa, ls only
what was lo be egpected ln sii.-h a State as
afaaxachuxettx, wbere cltlea xnd Induatrtxl cen
trea are nuaaeroua. aad whera two eeaturiex of
worklng bave largely exbauated tho farm landx.
it may even be wondered that tha rttyward
movement has not beeg greater in comparlaoa
Wltb what ii is in the BOWef and l.ss thiekly
aettled Btatea of tha vTeat. Tet lt renxataa an
o]i..;i and a most Interextlng qneetloa whether
the one rlrcumxtance oughl not to Munterhal
ince tne other. The rluatering and crowded
cltlea shoiiid on tbe one band glve to the farma
a voiunie of nowaga and other refuaa xufBcient
fully to reatore Iheir old fertUlty, and on the
other band xbouid afford a profltable botne nar
k.-t for all the produa.f tbe Bdda The state is
ixiiind lo be thiekly dotted wltb .-iti.-s. rontxln
Ing tbe buik of its populatkm. But the couatry
I.. tween ibem abould be a garden rather than a
dexert, xnd Ita populatloa, though perhapa not
rapidiy Increaxlng, abould at leaxt i>e atable and
(?min.-nily proaperoux.
.4 insci .s'.v/ov Of 8VICIDB.
I?r. Porbea W'msi-.w appeara to ba allgbtly
peaxlmixtlc. Perhapa that is a natnral rexult of
tbe atudlea xnd labora i<? whlch ba has devoted
his life, ii.- aeex, al any rate, wbether from
ciiui..r not, the darker phaaea <>f bunan oxist
elice. Nevel'tlleloss, li ? IHUS. lie re^ai'ded ;|S ollO
of the fofeinost medkal xutborltiex of the world,
.s|u riaiiy on aubjecta pertaining to mental na
thology. His proxeace at the Medlco-Legal Con?
greaa in thls clty is therefore a CBUXe for |>r.i
found gratlucatlou, aad hk rmytrfhutloRa to the
dlxcnxxlonx of that body wlll doubtleaa eemmxnd
wlde att.iition, both amoii>; tbe iw.? l.-annsl
profexatoaa dlrectly coucerned, an.l among the
general pubUc, whlch manlfeetx an bacreaxing
and IncraMURRgty mtclligeRt bjtereat ln all mat
t.-rs reutiag to bealtb of body and of mmd. Tho
paper read by hlm <m Tburaday btat, on "Buldde
i 'onaidi i-d fea a Mental Bptdemlc," dld not Hoive
th" myatery of BetMeatructaOR, lt dld n<>t ulm
to do so. Hut it was erowded full of fiicts bear
inu' upon It, aome of them novel and atartlin>r,
au.l waa full of vai'iaMo auggeatkRi i<> tha pbysl
.lan and io tbe Uwmaker.
Tho classiii.il utatlstics of stilclde in I.otulon,
whlch be aeeaeated, will !><? a aaaiaiae t<> many.
Thus aelf daattutlloa. eoatrary to eoaaaaoai n<>
ii..iis. is far aaora prevaleal xaaoug men than
aaaoag w. men. of the T.190 anlddex ennmerat
ed by him i..'i'i7 were of bhr and 2,808 of ajoflr
i-n. As siiicide ls yeiii rally n-ganl.-d as the ro
hitit of cowardlce, ini|iiils>-, or ktch <?f aaental
l.alance, it would se.-iu to follow that women are
braver, aexa Impafarive, xnd more xxae, than
aaaa! Bueh a wmchaaVm ls borne oul by a fur?
ther analyxla <>f tha returna, Suic.de becauae of
iioveriy. domeatic grlef, and rahtmny, is es|>.
daiiy t>> !?? rechaaed cowardr/, Y.-t thoae are
Ihe very catise>, that produce the BgfjpORflffRReC
,.f in. n ..v.-r women in the roll <>f aetf-deatray
ors. .Miscoiidiict, reinorse, envy an.l jeal.uisy
lead to siiicide Ihrough Impulse, and on thoxa
BCOTXX BM u also larnely oiittniinber women <?f
all Ibe s|..-.-it|.- .-aus.s tnenti..iie,|. fanatl. Isin
aloiio ini|illes .-.'t'taln mental .lerangei,i-nt, and
It claiins aa victims aixtoon luon to ORg woman
From oidy two cuiisom are aulcldoa of women
in..io nuiiieroiiH nxBR af men. t<> adt, .IUH[?tM.lnt
ed ambiilon. and grlof fn>m love TrbRR are
perhapa as little dkaeredRanle and nn imio un
worthy as any in ih.- liat Ravargaa af InyrRRe,
.Iruiik.niiess xnd gambllng drlve axaee men tlian
wexjajafl '" aaxt mur.ler, whUl Iho numbora af vie
tlms of mlsnnthroov and woundod Bolf-lore are
cycnlv dlTlded bOtWaea the WUB. On the whole
porerty i. by ihr tho aaaH fmitfui raa* wiih
both wxea, aad bbsI ia order eoaaea fJojmairtk
grief Rereroeo of fortun.- ataad aeal wlth men
?Bd dlsappolnt.'d ambltlon wlth wo.imn. PfRaaBj
aejajaaaj, misi.Imt. aHBabBB* dlshonor and
calomay, iad grtaf from krre are tho other im
portaai caaaaa, tho rraaalader aaaaed betag mm?
piratlvclv trlfllnu. l-'ln.-illy. marly one tl.lnl of
,,?. ??.?, ?, ?n|y a llttle nioro tl.nn OM?Hgbih of
ihe women. kill tbiasaalTag "froni cmu*.* un
kri"Wii."
Interestlng. also. Is the ,l?sslricatlon ii.-rord
|Bg t? Hmes aml seasons. The fainlUar thoory
that hot areather laada to madimss aml letf.
ilestrucilou Is siistaln.d. The tradltlon that No
rember la "aajteftfVg bbbMB" is disprov.-d. iM
lnr?{esi nnmber of aafcklea i* '? ???? ??" ,,,,1-v;
?Bd the smallcat ln OctohOf aml rforember, and
the dlffereaee be*w?ea the two bJ rery markci
a curiniis eontrast. bolf-coatradlctory, betareea
iprtDg and fall is thus to he Bjbted. Bprlflg I"
th- season ..f bope, ?.f retlelng ifatrgy, of new
ajcflg of lif-'. l'''ll hl ""' "''<?'"" "r '?"??">?. daaajaalr
and death, Yet the for.r Is the Mcason of ??l
eldes, aud m.t the latt-r. The number of stii
rldM Ifl Aprll. May and Jaae Is about twi,c as
greal as in Oetcthor, Noraiahef aml De^eaaltof.
Apurt from t, inpenituie. COtJalltJoai of cllmatc
and weathir luive llttle rffed BBOB snicldal tOB
deadeo. Poiltkal aml otber ifdltflaHiai have
mnch. I'oriods of leyoiutiun teeaa with aflkade*
Brefl the mllder excltemeiits of ordlnary polltl
cal .aiiipalk'tis Iu n-piibll'-aii cunirhs have a
had rffect. ladeed, Dr. winslow bc*bm to ihink
that "llberty, .?.iiiality. fnii.itiit.v" an- prttty ?n
,,,! imellliv.S to the Cllllie lll i|U.'Ht l?ll. Whlle
?ln deapofk.BRtrleg BUlctde aml InsniiHy are
oeldoiu h.'.inl ot? II" BMiy bi rifhl ln this tool
Hiale.nt. lf so It Is a shocklmf Coot. lh"
gloomleat possimist could Imagtoe aothiag nrorae
than thal llberty aml pr.u-'ivss aml advancment
Iu clvlllr.ailou shoiil.l WtaU mmlmss aml s<-if
murder npoa the btumiB raeo. That to i a>
preaalBg rjoactoalon <?f !>? vVlBieow,i abte <lls
cussion of ihe sui-j.'ct. i titll more coorindng
proofa an- offered, we shail prefer to think that
this eminent a.ilhonl.v Is in orroT. We are imt
i-.a.iy io beiieve that the arbole ra,,- is bevonrlBg
iriui'liial. ,u- lOaatfle, or is ofl the potfll of rofa>
DiittiBg Slllclile.
MOXHI AXD BUSrSEBB.
The end ,,f tbe COttOfl year brlnxs the turning
p ,int in the moat importaBi apeculatlve market
f,,r proddete, .""' "'"' '" lhe naoTeflaeni .>f the
moel lmportant crOp as resp.-ots .-xports aad fnt
,.,.. ahlpmenta ol gold. Tbe atmual atatermeota ?t
iast vear'a erop, hy "The Plnanctal Chrontde"
t,Wl,lU, and by th.- Mear-OrleaBa Cottoa Dt>
changa I,M1,XS1 ualea. practlcally najree, aml ltuii
cate that larner stocks renialii avallal.le for the
future than had been eotlmated from > urrent re
porta American mllls .any oeer MMll bales,
bealdea 06,111 In comreerclal st,. ks. To the 6**>.
1M balea known, add the Buropean mlll atoek,
K4,0M balea In aii Auguat 1, of whlch tho propor
tlon of Amerlcaa, though certalBly very large, ia
not exactly Iibowb. But as::'.? per ceal of Bnro
pe.m conaumptlon was of American ',,tton. lt to
fair to Infer that mlll atocko were in iike propor
tlon. h.i that, if these were reducod to IM,ioa bales
of luo pounda septcmber l. the quantlty .,f Amarl*
nn would t,e ahOUt "L'6.000. .,r of American bHl".s
17:, pounda net, Hi,.,ut Ra\aM if ao, M11.1M balea
American go over to the new year The rooanmp
tlon of American has never yet axceaded H:M>.*h*o
ln a yeai; what II may he in future Is .oiijectural.
with india rapldly Increaatng the naaBufactaro
and takinK Engtand'a largenl n arkete, ao that ex
porta t Moiiil.iy and lt. n?;.il for seycii m?nths
endlng wltb Auxust were reduoed from 12,260.0'Xi.
001 yardfl l?at year to 919.000,000 thls year?over 10
per cent "f Brltlah exporta to aii couatrlea It
se.-nis at least poaaahlo that the Kuropean COB
OBJnptton ,.f Anieiban may n->t Inrereaee. But
wlth a.itne bicreaaa there and her-. 6,000,000 balea
new eotton would be enough to prevent a tonalna
and Leave a large surplus. and the latest hull estl
matea do not K" s,, i?w.
with a eotton famlne .,ut <>t tho que4tlon, the
mlafortunea of Bouthern froarera becaato the
mala polnt, atnee they canaot exjiert to settle
Wltb tie-rchaiits aml faetois or to sell eotton ln
the eerUeet montha of the year at rery satisfa<
tory tlgureK, wlth over h tlilrd of a year's con
BUmptlon on hand All will hope that the worst
estlmat"s ?,f loss may not be reallzed. for auch a
calamlty would aertouoly affeel pamhaolBg power
and Kcnera! proaporlty at the Soiith. The latest
liifoi'tnatlon reirardlng all other cr>,ps has been
iBora favorable, and an enormoua yieid of corn la
so far bOOUred that the prtce fell over 2\ cents to
.'!',< centa. Karrnera of the West flnd that holdlng
beck thelr wheat Is of no use, and the prtoe also
fell 1 centa t" H, nlthounh Western recelpts rose
from an average of 2.ooi>.ot?<? buahela per week in
Auguot to 4.."i.'.n,n4, agalnal 5,',61,210 laBt year.
There was gom i bnarovameat tn the foreign de
tnand. with lower prices, th <uKh Atlantlc exporta
Were Btlll ottlv 1,347,1.*>2 buahela for the week. flour
ln luded, ogalnat 2.799.K60 last year. There ls
every lmiication of short demand thronghont the
season f>r Atiautie exporta, thougb Pactflc ex
porta are lar^e and go oui at low prlcea, whlle
forelgn naada are et preaenl auppooed to i>e amall
er than usual l>y for,-lKn operatOtfl,
in conaequenca exi^rts of producta are for the
week M per eeol anaaller than last year, whlle
Importa contlflue nearly 2'1 per cent larner, nearly
all th.- Increaao being la drygoodo. If heavy buy
itiK COBtlBUaa, whlle BelliiiK Of producta ts lesa
than usual, k >ld exports, atnountlng to $6,421,029
net for the week. may contlnue longer. ln lovely
coflfldeace that tho ayndicate wlll t.ike care of the
Tteasury, whlch has put ttself under thelr charge,
the Street watched the OUtgO wlth much Indlffer
onoo, altbough it has aa*ountad afatea July 13, in
elsrht weeks, to $22,442,000, ,,f whlch three rlrms
Ohlppad $17,000,000. There Is nothlng stranxe in
the rettirn of boadl from Burope, whl.h appears
to have narrowed very much, but there ts atlll
every week a balane? |c be pald .,n merehamlisa
gecoaat, whicn ia probably more than $2,000,000
per week. Tiiat another Isstie of BOfldg ls rjulte
llkely the ohrewdaol bankero Infer, and some be
K'n t ? COBBl upon it as a forco whlch wlll ralse
prices, though nioie btfrrowtflg is aot, as a rule,
proof of ganeral proaporlty.
The atate of Indiistrles ls peculiar. If those who
are moat confident are correet. eotton K""da have
been made paifliaBOBtlj dearer by a Natlonal .a
lamlty. the partlal fallure of the crop, and leather
gOOda by the controi Of the Ttust. aml Iron by the
Marquette strike. and erooBon goodo by h great
.i?".'i?-as? in adaaoa*tle aupplksa >>t irool. These ar.>
aot uHlaaaaea which tend leerard Natlonal pnm
perlty. llappily for the country. the Maruuette
mlnen are at last shlpplng ?>re. though they wlll
I>rol,ahly he unahle to aend to market more than
two-thlrds of the uaual aupply, as the remalnlng
perlod nf navigatlon is brhaf. Oreat cauaes t>f the
advance In Iron prteoo are enormoua brldge bulld
Ing by imUroada, heavy shlp bulldlng Ofl the lakea
and the contlnued archltectural demand, but
these are all forcea of a somewhat temporary
charucter.
The woollen manufacture i* bravely meetlng
Its new test. but with aBaOfaaaajg undervaluatlons
of Imported gOOdl not altogether succeaafully. In
most men'B goods, especlally of niedlum and low
I gradea, there Is extraordlnary dulneaa. and the
1 moat hopeful suggestlon offered ls that Hradford
mllls have such Urge orders that they aRnnot
' gel skllled labor to n?eet them all The demand
J f.,r lresa goods Is large and bealthy, as well as
the market f.,r Manketa and flannela. The ?|e
! maml for eotton g.??is cnntlnues to aupport all
'? advaneaa in price. Baoaaaa raw oaahnai atui riaea,
i but If lt turus downward part >'f thla demand
| wiu eeaaa whiie workers aaaaar t.< he oi^BUUai
11.K' ao reo dut.ly aa ever. the wages flueeUon has
in>t yet latarrupted p#aa^aetkaa at Kaii Bteat The
demand f?.r bOOtl aad shoes. nalurally llmlted at
thla seaaon, Is the m??re lestrlcted becauae prlcea
hlnd.-r many buyera. and ordera are remarka
bly amall &om* "hopa havo rlneed. Iat th?re R
atlll hope of good work ln tho future
The-volume of domoatlr trado under ,ill theae
Infl.-onroa atanda tip qulte well. with -gr-hanx?all|
por cent largor than last year and ITJ per rBnt
Iggg than In ls02. Uallroad earnlngs I t the bjg
w,.ek of Atiguat ahowod galna avoraglng || per
cont ov.-r laat year, but for the nv.r.th 12 2 p.r
cent loaa than ln Ifgft CxrU pvoaax <- aru, hl)^t
ot coai MlUaaWaatX helped atOCha t.. rlae ar, Nver
ago of 17 conta per aharo, but the market ia walt
Ing for mlrade-worklng flnan.ders to glve B t
basl". Tho commerclal demand f r miney |,
rather dlaappolntlng. both aa to crop movlng anl
aa to manufacturlng and trado. but la ? mewhat
l?.tter. The bottom fact la that under new lawt
and now c-ndillons tho reoent a-1vanc-a |n prir-*,
Bra bellev-d t-. Invnlve aome rea<t|..n. wh.< h no.
body wlahea, but w'.ileh nobody seea bOW la avold.
Yankoe aklll ln yacht-buildlng la fltll! entitkd to
a larg" premlum. _ _
Thoro la a suggoHtlon Of ?P*r? boaaW ln the adt
tiation aftorded by tho fattura af two p iltceaaea to
i-,.port th.dr own acta of bravery t-. thi PehMj
LlllMlBaXXJnnirt Thelr trlals wtll ba only a pkaa.
Htit fohe; may thay nevag have to tacx r.arge,
of a aaora aorloua nature.
A new aad aorloua aubjor-t of eongki ha? arlMti
between Kr.mc.- and itaiy. Twaaty-ala raxaj
hk. the b.itor concluded with tho Rey of Tunli
nn advauxtagaoaa aommarirlal tr.-atv. mxaemkhj
Ht tlM .xplratlon of twenty aeven yefcrs. tinleaa
denonaeed latarre moutha in advaaea b> ..no or
th.- other of the oaatraetlag partioa. Hinm than
Tur.l* haa BBBOBII a feudatory State of fRRMR,
ln m far that ahe ia subjevf to a Krem-h pro
teetorata and that UM Pveaxdl are ln t,tr..| of
tbe fftrrlgn ixtatlnaa af tho Bay. It ia by rtrtax
of thla c.ntrol that l''ranee haa nnw Intlmated
to Italy hor Intentioti of den-.un.lng tha treaty,
h-t- obJOCt belng to brlng tbe H'-y).k wtthin the
?phere of tho OalliC euatoma ayatom Paly.
Whloh not only paaBUBXXXg yaat mt.rea's ln Tunla,
but haa alao aoveral hundred thousand af Ita
aubjecta aettled tb.ro, haa all along protaataf
agalnst Krance'a ocoupatlon of th* eoaatry nwh
|n ihe same way that France prOteatX agalr.at
tho preaaaee of tho Engttxh la Rgypt. The dia
j.uto ln c-oiineetlon with the der.un. latioa of the
treaty may posalbly brlng niait-rs to a crtala.
Tho fates favoifd the Valkyrle, but what ot
that e/ben the Defender la the bott-r boat?
Tnoro la an unmlatakaDlo effort to bOOXa Jxdp
rjaynor for Majror af Bkaoxdya. Tha Judgx haa
?O far fallod to Inform the pnbttc WlaXtPCr tha
boom ls "ln ?ho hands of Provtdxa* e" or not.
DeAnlte information on tblx BOlBl k anxlr.ualy
uwaltoj.
Hida woro oBaxned m Braeeiyn x aay ar two ago
for tho pavtag of aevaral blo k* m two streeta
with eitrttled brtch. it k tho tirst knportxnt work
of tho klad undertaken in th.tt rtty, and in \ew
york tbe eaperlmentx with brt k pavemeata have
i,..,n ,,., ., Dtaagre acah ln truth. tho merlta of
brt k as a pavlng axateHal xre atlll to be demon
?tratedln thla mxtreaolltaa dlatrtci lt haaglvex
Kood BatkfaWJtioo la rartoua other cltlea, thouaj
perhapa It may net be adaptad for etree.s aa
wiii. b tho beavket traflk tuk.-a pia.-e a* a *ub
Btltttte foe aaphalt on roBlab-noo atrareta and tha*.
oughfarea wbere tho travd is moderate tn xm ixxk
brtck aaaaaa to poaaaaa some real xdvxntxgee,
apart from the fact that lt ls aomewBXt cbeeper.
it ougi.t to b- teatoj on a raffteiently large acxk
t,. .letermine juBt how gi-a' hxoee advaatagxe are,
Weodea paveaaeata have not beon a au. .-oaa lu
thls narighborh.I. notwItliatHiidlng thoexoeiiont
aatiafactl m wtUeh they gtvx la Loadea and Pxrlx,
If it was our cllmate that nado woodon pavaxaeatg
a fallure. that fxctor will not affoct brlck. and we
laopx to see thia pavlng materlal XUbmlttad to BXRg
toata that Ita uaefulnoaa aUI no 1 .ngor be a n.attar
of Bpeculatlon. _ __
Tho RaambUaea prlmarloa wlll be hold In thla
etty to-morrow. The duty of all loyal Republleang
in laforeaee te thom ia not duuhtfRI.
??-???
lt araa Valkyrle weathor on Baturday. but tt
waa not tho Valkyrle'a day to wln; and we greatig
dOUbt whethor that day wlll come unleas the De?
fender haa aaotber turn of bad luck.
?- - ? ?
The whoolmon of Hro .klyn cmtrlbuted a largx
sum toward the constructlon of the Coney laland
Cyck Path. with tho undoratandlng that after
belng .ompleted lt would be malntainel ln good
condltlon by the Park Pepartmont. L'nhapplly,
thia haa not been done. In one aeotlon the path
hj ii.>w far from what it ought to be. The etone
dreaaltig Bgaxhed was of POOe quallty, and haa
nearty all dlsappoared. whlle the elay bottom haa
booii badly rutted by btcycaXB rld.len <>ver lt ahort
ly after a rain. The path for a consldornblo dla
tance thk sldo of Coney Island Creek noods tmi
modiate attentlon. The OOXd Roada Aaao latlon
of Brookiya at its waetlBg laat araeh adoxeai
tlmoly res.ilutlons on tho aubjoct. Park Com
mlaatnnxr Rgoler haa ahowa much aoRcituda for
tbe wolfai> of wheolmen in the paat. aa s-on aa
he la made a iun!nt.-d with tho need of repalrB
on tho path we pr.aume he will give the requialte
ordors for the work thut abould be done. He ca?
not mo\o |n thls matter too promptly.
The way In whlch tbe Amerlcan ehampi ns beal
tho araeh gxxgBah yxchta is gotting a trttio maaaaV
onoua, but then we are able to stan 1 a g Iod deal
of that Wind of monotony.
Of tho elght Septombor d.iya thus far sevea
have been aa nearly parfOct aa any one need aak
for, but by a curloua coln.lden.e tho ..ne .iay
that dld not brlng forth BXM weather was that
ehoaae for the ynohi raco. stin. in eka of the
rosult, there la M need foe replnlng.
PBBBOBAL.
The Rev. Pr. Charlea A gaXaXBRd, aenior BdRaf
of "The New-York Utiaervor,'" who satlod thts la?t
week for Oormany, will attend tho seasloiu. of tha
Aaaoelatlon for the Hoform and rollttoittion ef tha
I.awa of Natlona. to be hel.l at Hrunfols n Oetobef,
of which he haa tx-en a m.-mher for rn.tnv y< if*
He will vlalt the honiee of rtlatlngakBad Amen. .m?
abroaax, an.l wiii ali<o make angagaHaenta artuj
wrltera of eminen'-e to conirlbute to the coluinna
of "Tiie Obaerver."
A marble atatue of Pr. Jamea Martineai la to be
pla.'e.1 lu Mrtlistlel i ('?ll.'ue, lUfoid
Captaln (Joorge \V. Sumner, who aJde.l honor W
the eaxaxal paxaaaaax af the Navy b> hi? un
qiiHllfled admlaalona aa to hla own reaponal
blllty for auch daaiatje aa the erutaer CB"
lumbla auatalned In tne drydock ln BXXJhUXB, and
made earneat efTort to relleve hla aubordlnateai frora
any blamn, made a re ord durlng the war ot whh'B
he haa reaaon to feel proud. He waa born lu v'oa
etantlne, Mlch , on Perember 31. BU, but waia ap
polnte 1 to Ihe Naval Acadrmy from Kentuv,ky, oO
Beptember 20. l?Sa. aa ?n XCUBg mtdxblpBUUl 1 ??
Ctvtl War breke eat before ho beexma a ttrat ciaae
man. and he at xaOX aek'.l for activo aorvh-o. atiO
aarly k 1??1 waa sent io dutv on the Coknado. in
tho \V,-s: ilulf niuokaaltiig Bnuadron. OBB of tn#
moal activo pouits at which the Navy waa emag<?
al that tlme. Hla tlrnt prOBBOtlaBX *as u\*r tn#
grndea of onnlgn and tiunter to lleutenant. hla oom
nilaalon dattng Auguat 1, 1S&!. or nearly a niontn
ahead of the ,|at<- at .vhlvh he w.m'.l have been
graduat.-d had he ren iln.d for the. four >*?r*
eourae at the Naval A-ideniy Prior to UUX. BXJ 1
In 1*K2. Bumaer waa detiiied f"r duty m tho >I?rU^
Flotllla. and waa e?e.ttlve of the aenior offlver a
veaael. When. ln Aptil. vm. A-lnilral ?,'*rlr*''"
determlned upon the beinbardtncnt of the W**1*"
Blppl forta. Sumner wai deialle.l tor si>ecial duty
on the rxxxoaa Harrlet Lane. whlch waa under ttie
h.-avloat raia ?f flre Tbe reporl inal^ to Aduilrai
Porter by the coaamaanar <>f the vesiei .ail.-i ?v
elal attentlon to the aeal and bruvrry of ?everal or
thoofflcera. "alao to ActUg Maatet Oearga W. BXtax
ner, an ePee of ihe Naval Acaaeou attacheu w
the llora.-e BtXtt' who vnliuiteera*! for aorvlcea.
and gave me hla valunble axaktaaOB la auperintei: 1
\ng the outting af i?hrap?el. ?te." He ovininiaiiJaw
the Maaaaaolt ln January, llKft. ln tha Jameai Hlvair.
| when ihe rebel Ironekfda Ylrglnia and Krederl.aa
burK .ame down vvtth iho tntentbin ot gi?lng W
city Polnt and dextroyka Oenaral ?Jrant a awree
aad tranaporta at that p-ioe. au-l aanlated l? ;or^.
ing a rotreat of the rebel for.-es II- waa nav.ga-"
lnir oiTleer of the Praaktln, with Karragut. arter
the war. and alneo jhat tlme haa had aeverai eea?|
maiula, recelvlng prOmotlon after proniotlon. xxm
he r.-. eived a captaJa'a commlaaion. correaponuiag
to the rank of colonel, In Beptember, la?L

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