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ABBBT-g TIII.ATI.K S:ir. The Ol-lMI ? T??h ACADEUT OF MWBC > Oa* Fretachulz. AMBBICAM tiii.at.ik- B-tot OaBeea Bava BUOU - ?:!? Th*1 Wldow Jonea. BBOAOWal TIIKATBK-B-Harr.let. OOtATMBCM TUKATi,B-?:ir>-A liarpy IdttM Baaae. CABMKUB HAUa-B-M Oaaatrt. Dai.ys TH-_ATI-B-ll-tavflai' ? Heam md MM BMP1BB thbatbm I ?_? Bfla_ania Kl?i:N Ml'SFK 4'oncort. OARDEN THKATKB--S?A Doll'a Houae. OAHRICX THBATRB ?__? Tae Bmetre ot Baaflfla ORAND OPERA nc.r'si: I Oralskesa l-a*n. HARLEM OPEBA HOVSB- s l.V-Wan*. HKIl W.l> SQUABB T1IEATRE-?:I- -The Ileart of Mary l..r 1 norrg thbatbb am-a bi_ck sherp. IBYINO t-ACE THEATRE-?:1.1- I>? 4*ro*a. Komet. KOrTTER a BUl'l ?:_? -Taadevtlle LYCEVB THBATBB ?-_ -td? The Prtsoaer of Eeaaa MADUON SQVABB OAKI'KN 2 to 11 p. m gg r-i m.-n'a Bagflflttloa. MBTROrOLITAB OPEKA HOfSE- T'atlenre. UI.YMl'IA THEATRE -8:16- MarguerHe. PAUtBB'g __BATBB??:_? Mflfl-7 IV. PABTOR'a L'Ai lo 11 p m.-Viiurlfvlll*. paOCTOB'g RI.EASfRE RAI-ACK-12-12 ml_n_h. VHU.levlll.. 8TANKAHU THBATBB .:_. C-Ha?Bl Fadden. .TAR THBATRB ? Thfl W?I of Wflfl-th. 14TH gTBBBT THEATRK?rV The Mlnatr-1 of Hnre. jjnbr* lo _.bi>crliB-m-itte. J1IIII1- .11 1-*'Horaea and 0_-T__gM > Ai.n.._ncen..-nt? ....12 ? n?,r_<>l<m .-?.?? - lt. i .') and Rooma...tt I l__flt and . eund1 . . .. . ll ? H..'_inei, Chance....11 I Marrlaire. and Death. . M ,??,,.,.* Kotfc?....? J "^_r?' WWY.n t Mvil-n-l Notlc*.....18 ?? _r-?i_"_ . 7 i._mewtic Slluationa .Railroad.." Wante- .11 5- - R.-al Eatate..W _"_ I'omeKlic Slluationa p^n^a-hooi_::::j? TIEsr__!S:.::a Hriancial Electlona. IS ? __f W ??*__.,1 o? nnanoial Meetln_s..l? ? Bprlaa[Beeerti .jj ?-J Kinanrial .18 *-?? Steamboats . h J J-Vr Sale.11 2 Tea.-h.-r-- .????? ??-??'? '1 llalp IV.me,.11 S To Whom II Hay ii,,t_ia .11 ? Concern. a Horaea ? OarrlHfea.l* . W?rk vVaiKe.l.11 8* _3nsinces iN'otic-s. TRimNE TMUi-ITO' -g-Ul. roMd_?_BBBi_ - , ' j I | IBlBflS (l year. 16 mo.|3 mo.jl rno.| copy. Dally. wlthout Sun_?jr..f v * ' Sunday Trlbune. Weekly Trlbune. 8*ml-We*k!y Trlbun.. Trlbune M-nthly. "T^r,"g7 pTeTTldl.. Th. Trlbnne exc.nt a. heretn.rter Cm .'CSTAOE-Th. law tOOjeWm ,ha, ? 1-cen, -MtaCfl .t.rn;. be afflted to every copy cf rhe ''i "V'liVrv l_ ? plm!-Weekly Trlbune malled Tor ^f^y^fjj; Vew-Vork CMs ThU poata?e muat be paid b) MH mrmai. RVs-irs sre hrtttr mreem by buylng Ikehr TrflMMM rrom . newadealer. - roREio.v POBTAOB-To ati tareueu countrte. itaceet Canad. anl Me_ee). 4 BW?aH? Th- m Trll.une; 2 cent. a copy on DaUy. BemWotlOr an_ Waaklr. Thla p..arate mu.t b* pald by flflBMCrlbflt. . BKMiTTAN.'rr^-RenaiT by Po^al OrJer. IBfre- "g* Check I>rart or ReKlater.'d LflttflT. Caah or Raata, Nnte. M aent In ar. unretlatered !e?er. wlll be at the owner'. rl?k. _ AT RRANCH OPFICES Aaillllfll-iata reeelvert at regailar Mfceratefl ?<?J p. m. vlr..- 254 S,h-av... .. e. cor. 23d-.,.. II2 fi th ave.. ror. IStk-at; 142 C.lumbus-ave near Weat mth at : 10a Went 42.1- st.. near 4?h BVS_? Ens, 14th ar 257 IVeat 4C1-at.. belwe?n 7th and ?th aV?S.._10? mmai tttm-ml.; IMt gd-ave.. between 7Ch and ?""*?*?? 1.02B M .V... near Blat-at.: 1.708 ^l^\.^ ^ ?t.- aw gd-ave., near 4iat-f,.: r'"4 .?s'_-fty ?. o5, R'..erker-f, : 2.0O-4 3d ave : 240 Ena, ??-_: UM Rd-ave.; 2.4-42 gd ave.; 0. Amatertarrvsve. ? ?Jg W4M 42d s,.: 14N Eaa, 16,h at.: 203 Eaa, -ftk-at. j?? ?? av-v; ? ata-ava; 1.1B2 3d-ave near fl,,h-a< 204 l-'a.t Sflth-at.: I.fl20 Rroadway; 1.583 3d-ave.; 1__ Srh ave.: 1.31. 2d-av*.. 753 6,h-ave. _ POUNDED BT HOBAO-i Om??L?T. THIHSDAY, MABCH 19. 1896. EIGH TEEN PAGE8. THE SEWS THIS UORXIXG. FoRElGN -H is st-ml-ofticlally declared in Parla that M. Berthelot- .tatement slmt.ly re? ferred to the use Of the Egyptlan fund for the expeditlon to Donso'a and has hence recelved undlM gravlty. -----= It ls r.-ported in Conatantl nople that the Armenlan Patrlarch may reslgn. dlBEuate-l that nn attempt has been mnde to punlsta theaa penoaa gullty of the Armenlan maaaacr-a. =-= A Bpanlah defeat is reported ln Candelarla. in the provinve of Plnar del Rlo. CONGRES8. Both houses in sesslon. Benate Mr Vest made an impassione.i attack on the Prealdent for his Home MH-Ona speech; Messra Thurston and Chandler spoke on the Dupont case. s-sa-sa House: The resolutlona cen BUrtng Ambassador Bayard were dlscussed. DOMK8TIC?TlH Ooaamot ??ave a hearlng ln ilbgnj 10 the mayorsof several clties whj wlshed . ipeah OB the Haines Llquor Tax blll. _=_= Flve men were killed by an exploslon of a powder mlll .if the I?flin-Kand .'ompany near Klngston. X y. The RepUhliCBB BtBU Conventlon uf \v i naln aelected dele_at4-s-at-larK>- to St. Luuis anl lnstructed them to YOte for MeKlnley f-.r Preatdeat; thirty out of thlrty-four countlesjjf Itabama were carried by MeKlnley men. Tlie blll of the Rapld Translt Cmmission was introduced ln the Senate by Mr. Stranahan. ciTY AND BUBURBAl..- -Deks*-** wl%rf' - n to the St. Louls Conventlon in the Con _r. M dlatrlcta of this clty; there was trouble ln tbe Xllth and XVth districtB. -__=--= The Polloe B ard laaued a statement replylnp to attacks made by "The New-York World." ^-=^ The Jury t? determtne tha sanity of Danlel Levy dteaejreed and were .llscharged. -_-_-_a The Rapld Translt Coiiunissloners ?ent a number of amendments to the Rapld Translt act to Albany. r_=_ Two of Captain O'Rrlen'B men captured a man c*llln_ himself O. M. Norton, who ls believed to be an extenslve Kold-brlck awlndl-r. -= CharKes were made against the supcrintendent of the Odd Fellows' Home, ln Hollis, Long Island. The stock market was weak. THE WEATHER? Forecast for to-day: Cloudv. with raln or snow. The temperature yesterday HlgheBt, 43 degreea; lowest. _.; aver age, '-.'.-(. _ It is now appaient that flnal actlon on tbe consolidntion Kch.-me will not be taken untll next WCtk. Tbe blll as lt passed Ihe S.-nate wus fitvoDlily r4'ix>rted to Ihe Assembly yesterday. and ls likely to be advanccd to thlrd readlng to-<lay. Those who thlnk that this dehiy ls un favorable to the pBBMfC of the BMBM-VJ ni:iy be rl?ht. but it ls probable that tbey are too san^ulne. That It mlnht have b.-.n defeatetl by geaadOBg and unlted actlon 4>n the part of th" Rrooklyn repn-sentatlves U posslble. but mi? i.ikos already made wlll not be easlly repaired. -e I.nou_h was llMlOBed at the h.-arinK on the eoraprotnlse School hlll yt-sterday to show that the Senate Commlttee on Citles ls in fBTOff of doinj? away wlth the school trustees ln thls city; but the strentfth of the opposltlon to this reform w;is also manlfested. one of the spcaker* on that slde offerinK to present a petition wlth half a mllllon BlK'natures In favor of retalnlng the truste4>8. It ls evldent that there wlll be a hard flght aajalirst the abolltion of what Ib re gardetl bv the most competent and dlslnterested judges as the chlef evll of the existlng eystem. and those who believe In school reform should be prepared for a strennous atniggle. -e The Commlsslonera 4>f the New East Rlver Brldge have declded to take an appeal from the declalon of Judge Oaynor grantlng an Injunc tlon against the purchase of tbe I'hlmann fran (hisa on the terms agreed upon. No fanlt U to be found wlth thls declsion. and there wlll he eordial commondatlon of the CommlBsl4)n(;rs because of th4?ir purpose to go ahead with thelr prellinlnary work Juat as If no iujunctlon had l>een granted. If the Injunctlon ls sustalnetl by the hlgher courts, lt wlll be in order to mwlify the agreement whlch Judge Oaynor haa pro nounced faulty. The eonBtructlon of the brldge wlU not be Interfered wlth In either event, and we hope the work wlll not even be materlally delayed , -a It la a noteworthy clrcumstance that of the dosea or more Mayora who appeared before Gov araof Morton yeaterday at the hearlng on the lUInr-s bill just one sp?.ke in advocaoy of tho mmornt This was Mr. (!wn, of Blnchamton. Two <.r thtve otlMC May.th gettl word that they wero ln favor of tbe bill, hut the general sentl nant was deddadtj adrarae to it. lf it li aeder min.-d that tbe blll must be sent to all tbe rltleg of the State for Bcceptance or rejectkm, ,!?.?. can be no i-ueetJon that it will have to mm th.- teg.al.taK ifaln. Jt is u'" imi"'s' ?Ma that tiiis eowrae may be agreed on to bbtb the Goreroor frona embarraaemeot, or at least 10 postpone rhe evi! day- *? '"' (,annot 1,u' ''" Knrd lt when be will bare to act on tl.e measure. Tl.e Rapld Tranalt OotomtaBtoiieri bar? farnad the eoafkletice ef the communlty in a bbjh de? gree, and tha people ef IBB CltJ are prepared to glv* i willin? ear to any su^cstions or reCOBB m.n.lations they have to offer. They have devoted careful an.l close attention to the rupid-translt l.roblem. whloh now seems tO be approachlnu B0 lutlon. What rapld iranslt by iimhTgrmind roads me.ins is BKMrt strikingly sbown l.y the remark ln the sluteraent whleh the Commlssioner* put foith vest-Tdnv, that the runnlnit tlme for ex preea iralns from the Clty Hall lo One-hun.lr.sl and-twenty-tlfth-st. wlll l.e tlfteen minutes. an.l to the (Jrand Central Staiion only slx mlnutes. The Commissioners are now seeklng to semre certaln amendments to the law of WBI, whlch their study ot the qiiestion has convineeil then un- necessary. Tlie amen.lments are desk-ned io make it ea'sier to lin.l a rosponsible hiddor for the franchlse whlch they expect to offer. an.l to open tl.e way for the l.iilMIng of a tunnel under Klm-st. wlien greater facllitles between tbe Clty Hall and Foorteenth-at. are ne^nled than the road un.ler Broadway will provide. No sensil.le clti/.en should ebjecl to tliese anien-l ments. nn.l the Legletature should not hesitate to enaot tln-m WRY THEY IAIL. Several woollen mills falled on Tuesday, nn.l many more have sluil dOWB wiililn the |gs1 week, becanae of narrow demand for good* Democratlc papera are n.?t derotlng mu.-h apace to theae occTnreacea, an.l do aot use columna 4?aeh day with Btliklng beadllnos to displ.iy B_annfa47tnrlng mlefortunea, ns thej di.l t? s.-t forth reBamptJooa Of work ut times last ye.ir. Hul the stil.io.-t. nevertheless. deserves tlie Bt i.-niion not merely .-f woollen manufactnrera nn.l WOrkers an.l wool-erowers. t.iu ?-f ev.ry man who arlshes ti return <>f general proaperlty. It will n.'t be forirotten thai the Presl.lcti! and his frl.-n.ls vocif.ioiisly profesaed ihe bellef tbat the repeal <>f the sllver purcbaelng act In Octo ber, 18B3, would end trouble an.l reatore ptoa p.-rlty. l.ivatise. thej declared. the prospective ebange of th.- tarlff bad nothlng to <io with the (lepression of huslness. Nelther Is It fbrgottea that the pasaage of the Tarlff hill in 18W waa by rhe same people declared a long step toward relief from hiinlens an.l therefore toward re vlval of prosp.-rity, an.l that for nionths thej arere shouting over every symptom of improve m.-iii, eren the smallost, as proof that the new tarlff bad iu fact broofbl proaperitj. Blther thej told tbe truth or they dld n<>t. The demand tor woollen goods is not large enough to keep most of the mills at work. ln fact. it is stated hy men who have exceilent op portunltles of Judging that m..re than half the machinery for the productlon of such foodg is now i.lle. Hut no one can denj, in the f;n-e <>f ciirrent evenls. that there is at least a ensid erahle proportlon i.lle. becanae ihe demand for gooda of Americin miiKe is fnr beiow il.- ra pa.-liy <<t Hi" mills whlcb, if worklng Bt full force, would nol produce more of auch gomla than in times of proaperitj th" people reqnlml an.l purchased The cauae is foun.l, Ili'st. in that general shrtnkng.* of wagea whi.h oc curred when it became certaln ihai the tarlff would !?? cbanged, and from whi.h there baa not h.H'n full recovery. At tbe wora! point of the panlc ihe w.lume of huslness measured hy dearlnga waa abont 80 per cenl beiow that of the same month in a proaperoufl y.ar. There was a little cain in N'ovemher. 1803, aft.-r Ing paaaaga .-f Ihe silver Repeal hill. bnt then a reiupse to greater depreealon than ever in Jann arj an.l i-'.'iiiuary. I8B4. Moderate Improvemi nl came in tlu- full wh.-n It waa underatood that changes of tarlff would he mncb leaa than li.nl been expected, hut again a reiapae came <?> greal that in ihe lirst three monihs of last y.ar buai? neaa was 29.6 pet eent l.<s than ln the game1 months of 1868. PlnaDj there came lnai sum? mer nnd fall th.- big buying for replenlabtnenl ..f stocks. wlth spectilatlve rlse In products, an.l then another reUpae Ibllowed, so that the vol ume of boalneaa f>?r tbeurst quarter of this jear ls ahout _it per c.-nt l.-ss than In 1893. These ev.-uts prOTe thal DetnoCTBtlc preietic.-s wera not true. nnd that none of thelr quack Baadkineg broughl much real relief, boi i' ls rea.iiiy daBaonatrated that thej have caused serloiis loss In the woollen buatneas, for ln stan.e. Imports at New-York alone have been over Sll,iK*?.o<X) In Involced value thls y.ar ilins far, which Impllea more than $i:..imki,(hh) ln actual value, apalnst less lhan 19/100,000 dorlng the same week of 1808. Thls points to un ln? erease of more than ">."? per cenl in the quantlty of such goods brooghl ln. Last jeat the in vo!c?h1 value was over $(iH.IK?0.()HO In twelv. months. and the actual vnlue over f7K.000,0(M), whlch wns not far from a thlrd of the qnantltj of siniilar fOOda produced in thls country in ihe hesl y.-iir. If'_.'! per cent of the husiness Is lost hy general reductiori of waires and of purehasinif power, and from the part rvmalnlnic nearly a thlrd of the entlre consnmptlon ls mi>t by for elgn lmjiorts, lt foflowa that less than half <>f a full demand r.-mains for American mills to sup? ply. Neceaaaruj lhal meana stoppage ot- fnllure of many works. whi.h Iu turn thiows more peraona out <<f employment. and rednceg still fnrthef the porrbaslng pow? of tba p.-ople. There cannot he any questlon amon^ sln.ere and eandl.l m.u that these chanues greatlj re tanl tvc.very of huslness. Yet a tarilT dealgaed to i.revent Just aocb .lisasters was promplly peggyfl by the House. nn.l has heen Btopped ln the Benate hy the rotra of ??verj Den*ocra1 and Popnllal an.] llve silver extremlsts. Thej are the men who now stand r.-sponsihle f(>r stop pgfga an.l failurcs of mills. aurl for c.ins.qli.'nt ilisasier to wool-erowers, for eveiy gtoppage means |eea demand for Am.uican wool. The wo.d jtrowers of Montana. t'olor.i.lo, [dabo and Utah have lo (leal wlth the Si-nntors from those Stales. Hut the peoj.le of the wh?le countiT have to deal wlth the IfBoran! BBd mulish Hemoi-ratle DoBCJ whlch has flrst ranaaaj an-1 then pioloaged ilejiresslon. and now refuses to jM'i-mlt any measure 4?f relief. THE WAR IX AFRICA. Mr. Klpllng's jiromlse to ruzzy-Wuzzy ls to be fulhTh-d: '"We'll come an' 'ave a romp wlth you whenever you're In.linwl." Fu7.7.y-\Vii7./.y does seem Just now very much incllni'd to have a romp. He hag left hls " 'ome In the Sowdan." and has be*n prowllnj? awny down the Nile an.l acroga to the Hed Bkl coast. He 1. a. truly "spolllntf for a tlght" a? ever was the holdest -hroth of a boy" at Donnybrook. And hls In vltatlou. or chalh-nite, la not to be (l?*cllned. The safety of Rljpt, the honor of Knjflaixl. and the welfare of Knuland's one frl<>nd upon the CnntlBaalt. Italy. nll require a prompt nccepi ance. So up the Nile K"<'" another ex[>edltlon; ehletiy- Kgjptian. It ls true, but Kngllah-olllctTed, aijd almost 4-4>ruin to need preaently the 8iib stantiul ald of Tommy Atkins ldmself, in nurner oug force. There are sald to he 300,000 iler vishea on the warpsth at Kasanla alone, a host sufflclent to turn to water the bearts of tba whole Egyptlan Army. and to require the very iM-st attentlon of DOt a feW nf-MtS of tta best Brltlah Begnlara Por, as Mr. Kipling btt told us in tlie grapbk languug.* ot the barrack room. Pnwy-Wtt--- la not a foe to be deaptoed: ?E'? a daisy. Vi a ducky. 'e's a lamb! ?E's a lnjla-rubber Idlot on the Bpree. ?K'a the on'v thlnK that doesn't can- a damn ForUiSReJSwfnl * Brltlah Infantree. . . . An' vr"s toyoB, PB-B-y-WBg-O/. wlth your a> YourblVMaVkf?'ou^lin' b^ggnr- for you bruk a Brltlsh square. Somcbodv more thr.n Kuzzy-Wuray K bow erer coBcerned In thta ?terprtoe. The wlld raptarea of Ihe war party al BoiBe may be ex traragant. it is acarcely gappoeable that Bng Ind is taking thrs seri.-'.is gtep solely for the beneflt of Italy and the Triple Alllance. _M there is no queBtkm thal lt wlll BfTord powerfnl ggalatanca to tbe italian eanM in Erythrea and Tlgre. A glanee at the map whlcb we prlnt 4m another paaa of to-day's paper will show how close ls the geOflWphlcal and strategionl rela? tlon between Abu Hamed. Betber and suakim on ihe one hand aml Kaaaala, Adowa and Mas Bt.wah on the other True. the deivisl.es and the Abvssinians have only one thlng la com? mon Tli-v dlfTVr ln raee and creed. They have often WBged 1'itter warfare gfBtBSt each other. and are llkely to do so agaln as soon as they have n chance But the one bond Miat BOW ttnltea ,i,em ls batred <>f BBropeoBe. Ho they are prariicatly -o-operatlBg ln the campa!gn agalael the Itallana, with tbe cbeerful porpoee of drlv? lng all Europeati inva.lers oal of that part of Africa and then Jolntog th.-mselves In a death gtruggle for gBpremacy. The approach of tba Anglo-Egjrptlan expedltloo wlll compH the der rlabea to' turn ..11 their ottentlofl to the Nlle, ICBTlDB tbe Rases to meet alone such new forcea bs Italy mav eefld agalnal tbetn. it wttl be a hard ondertaklng. eren then. for the iu.iians to win "peace Witb h..n..r" in Ahyaalnla; bul BOl so atterly deaperate aa lt would be lf they bad to deal wlth the .lervisii.-s g| the game time. It must be c-nfeaard lhat, eren with thta ald from Bnglaad, tbe outlook for the Itallana is ool InaplrlDg, either for thelr armlea la Africa or for their preaent Mlnlstry In Homa The Mar qnla ,11 Rudlal betoaga lo tlie claaa of statesBieB of whom llosei Blglow declared: A Biarclful Prorldunce faahlonad us holler ,)? purpoae th.t we mlght oar priBdp.es awallee. So down _-<> his gatl-war prladplea al a golp. and beaanouncea tbal Ibecampalgn agalnal Menelek aml liis Raara win be pwaaed more rlgorottely than ever. Bur not. 1>.- lt BOttaed, for COBqueat, Not at nll. He baa bo ootioo of gubdnlug Abya slnia. or ratabltabiBg a p-Oteetorate orer lt. lle inerely waata rerenge for ltaly*a defeat That ls all. Tba, galned, be wlU be aattafled, and wlll wltbdraw bla Iroopa Bnt what a programBie tbal is! irispi bad a aobatantlal object la rlew, the acqataltlon of n rolontal etnplre. Rodlnl haa aone auch, bul openly an>we that be meaaa to wage .1 wai of flbeer rerenge, to kiil so many tbouaaad Abyaalnlana in retura for tbe kllllog of ao many Italians. Tli.it Is an nvowal of utter garagery, onworthy erea of a natlon whlch is J.ilne.l to the Ifolocfa of mllitarNm. The change from Crlapl to Rndlal la one ont of whlcb Italy ls llkely to gel llttle, either of pr..ii, <>r of glory. TIIE IIAX\ I INYA8I0X. Ii is bo1 yet absolutely rlear t.. the general publlc whether Mr. Marcua a. Haana la aa nrdlnary Bialefactor, a roniBofl take plrate or g wllil and reckleaa freebooter, raaglag Ihe blgb seflB and picklng up everytblng ln bla path froto ;i (ilouceatei aablBg-amack to an oceaa ateamer. Tbe general undt-rataadlBg, ao far aa we are able to gath?r it fron tbe publlc utteraucea r Buch atnteamen .rs Tlmothy B. Eltaworth and Ihe mi'I.-h- uutglrlBga of many aewapai-era Ib tbe laterlot whlcb derire laaplratloa and -u tenance in equal quantltl?*u froai ibe l alled Statea Exprea4 Company, \- tbal llanna la ..:i .-Mr.-nieiy bad man A damterooa maa. A naaa wh.un earneal Republlcana tlr.-l aitb rnthual asm for Mr. Ptatfe Icadereblp and iJoTernor Morton'a candldacy for PreaMeut undVr thal leaderahlp, bul Boi abaolutely certala bow k>Bg tbal pntbualaam wlll rudure tbe atreaa of temptatlon, would do well to avold if we are .-.air.Ti iii oar luterpretatloa of tbe remarka lni.lv atade by Mr. taiawortfa end ?!.beenra tl ma ..f tbe aewapapera refetTed to, llanna bag tackled ibe Bmplre Btate fron tbe lake froat of Buffalo, aad bi auklag arraagementa to deraatate ibe face <<f tbe rouatry from thal polnt to Moniank. lle la romtag rlowa, n dld the A-syiian. ? like rh. wolf ..11 tbe fold," und "hls roborta" ir--; !n- la not yet reporti-d .is bar log ".?oliorrs'' lini be blmaetf **la gleaaalBg wlth sllv.-r BBd gold " Few people liav,- aeen him yet. Bul u great m.iny are waltta_ to gee liim Blace tbe Informu tlon has be.-n apread abroad aa to liis paaoply. Ib- la reported to h ire j.tj.*** and Jag*. and sn iga nnd awaga nnd sl.uhcrs nnd BtatheTB of mon.-r II.. reeka with it. l, leaka oul ><f his truuaeri porketa as be gtaggera along under tbe bnrdea Of It. And any atat, -mnn WBO plcka lt up ls loat. Por ao matter lmw profoundly Impreaaed aay auch Btate__naa may be wllh the greataeaa, the amiabllity, reraatlttty, Hexlbillty an.l pcreB nlal youth of New-Yoi_"a faTOttte son, Mark Haaaa'i money, boi from Tartarua, wlll burn out all hls eiitliiislasm after tbe Bral ballot-If BOl earller and turn hlm orer lo MeKlnley. Thls is tbe dismal apprebcaaloa tbal aenda a shiver through the Sfaie, eztortlag a wail of anr.'uls)i from Tlmothy Bllawortb in the far Nortbweat, aad an ladlgnaat outbnrat from Lemuel i.ui^k' rlghl here ln tiils goutheaat eor? aer. Pew thlnga bave ever eatered tbe stati> from tlie Bull'alo lake front ao Btterly tli-blliui, insj in thelr effecl opoa patiiotlc entboataaBi and so dtalategratlBg la thelr lafluence upon .1 greal und worthy purpoae as Mark Haaaa'a money. We recall Bothlug romparable wlth it gtoce since well, since Mr Platl begaa dtatiibutlag moaey over tle Btate to rted Democratlc Btate offlcera and a RepubUeaa mlnorlty to tbe i.e.is hmire upon wiii.ii be could depeud iu a piacb. Bul tbea tbal begaa al this ead of tbe Btate; lt was not hls own, but coTporatton Baoneyj and the ezpendlture was for bualneaa nnd n<>t ]i..ii,i.al purpoaea M.irU llanna, if we riirlitly und-TBtand Ibe estatlag situatlon. baa already expeaded several mllllona of his own money, Bnd is getting ready to spend several hundred tiiiiiions atore, aol ao mueh to draw away aupporl from (-orernor Mor? ton on the Bral ballol as to aerure the favor of id- Bupportere for McBlnley us thelr aecond choio'. This. it s'.iikes us, is wrong. Blace th<> retum of the geatleBBeB whom Mr, Platl sent BoBth to preaa OoTernor Mortoa'a aomlaatloa | upon all driegatea who dealred aonad mon-y it I is aaderatood tbal thf Qoreraor'a gapportera I hnve taken a declded stand Bgalaat the use of 1 BBBKg ln tlie prellnilnary CBaraBfl espe.lally : in larp. qnaajltlea IMf poaltloa is no entiii-iy i sound that lt OBghl to Klve the Uovernor _*ieat strength <>u the tlrst liallot. Tba WOfal feature Of tti*- llanna Invasion, however, Is the fact that nelther Mr. llanna n.?r anyboily else lias uny buslness to eOBM Into thls State wlth nr wtllioiit money aml under^ike to iBflBeBCC tha second cholce of dataprten The aawrittaa taw, ?s lald down by whal h> called **tha ragtdar argBBtaa tlon," ls thnt Bftaff the llrsl eliolen. as lndlciili',1 hy Mr. l'latt's s-lectlon and popular eiithusl usm, has 1.u dlUgantl* aad aiitbnatoatlcally gqppogted for on>' balioi tba wiioie delegatloo passes Into Mr. l'latt's hands for traillnu pur paaan This, we bgttara^ was tfte aaderataBd* Ing reached at the Ilrunswlck Hotel dinner - Miat after the tlrst ballot the "Boss" of ench State was to take eharge of tli4> deloaatloii, and that the selectlon of candidates would In the ?nd depend entlrely upon the agreement of the ??Bosses." This ls such a simple and beautlful gllBBMiBMBll that lt seems a plty W have lt |n terferad with. The present tnabla nppc-ars ? bave arlaen fr?.m tha cucumstance tbat ne ther Mark Hanna BOT any other frlen.l of McKiniey ?ttended tl.e dlnner. Hence Hanna'- deraatat ing rald with money leaklng out of hls trousers pocketa at ererj fbtp. lt ls trulv dreadful. Kven Senator Wllliam ]?' Chandler is alarmed And when Wiiiiam h. Chandler takea frlghl nt such thlngs it is time for all good men to take seriotis thought as to wlt-ther thelr own vlrtue is aafe. TO IXCREASE THE MAR1XE COBPB. The propositlon tO incrense the enlisted gtreagtb of the afarlae Oarpa hy Bva hundred men. for whlch provislon has heen made In the Naval Appropriation blll. appeart from n con ?Ideratlon of all the clmimatancea to he wise und proper. Much Interest attacbea to thls branch of the Navy on account both of Its orlgln nnd of Its record of falthful aud often brllllant servlce siuce the foiindation of the Government. lt was organlaed ln two battallons hy dlrectlon ?f ihe iVintinentul Congress. and has heen mnln tained wlth rarjlnl strenfth ever uluce. Dur? lng the Hehelllon it nuniberetl 8,700 enlisted m?>n, boi now number., only UoOO. It hns repeatedly recetrad formal expresslons of approbatlon from Coagraaa for naerltorloaa conduet in efner grn.'ies. and Its uniuterrupte<l performnnce of fahorioiis dtuies In peace und war cntitles any otticlal stiggestion desigued to promote its effl .lency and its welfare to respeetfttl consldera tion. Becretarj Hethett, who is iu jrcneral aijree ni.nt with hls predtUBBOrg as to the character an.l ntJlltJ <'f the Murine Corps. and who ap prorei the propoadtton to lnerease Ita numerlcal gtrengtn, potnted out ln his last report thal not ?tily the enlargement of our Navy, hut also ihe BObaHtntrOB of st.am for sails and the develop ment of marine archltectiire have aiigmented Hi,. neceaaltj for .ind value of a Marine Corps. The modern battb'-shlp. he says. being largelj a floatlng fort and retoalnlng most of tha rtme in port. exerdses its new ln hin.ling partles nnd Infantry drills far more than was permisslhle in former times I or su.h diitles, havlng n? dlred relaiion to tbe nuvlgation of the ahlp, the ntarlnes are s|.lnlly iitt.il. Ko reason. BBore over. appears why they should not help to man guns mi board ahlp as well as handle amall nrins. nor why thelr offlcera may not he aa slgned lo eommand gun crewa and gun dlrtatonB. Th.-y are enltated for a longar perlod than aall ora, and thelr average efaciencj ls tberefore preaumaWy blgber, while tba rlrnlrj of two iirg.iiii/.atlons may have salutnry con^qnenc**. ?I'or Ibeae and other rreaona the Department "decided to pot slxty mnrin.s and two marine "offlcera on hoard the Indlana, and lt will put "imilnes on Ihe otbei battle shipe as they are "aererallj c<>nimlss|.>ncd." 11,.. utllltj of UM Marine Corps is thus clearly Indkated hf Its hlstory and hy a conslderatlon of tha character an.l operatlona of modern na vi.s. The queation remalna whether Its gtrength ls bow equal t.> the daaaanda llkelj lo be put iip.m lt. The factl aaaiB lo ns to show not only that new opportunltlea wl!l umply Btttaa a larg.r force. hut that for a good while the corps hns been orerarorhed, while nt the same tlme ibe coal of BudBtenanea has been much less than that of nn equal number of sallors. The dutiea of Ihe marfnea al ahore st.nlons und at st* ur.. extremriy onemna, nnd Ibe fact that th.-y bar. nnlformly heen diacharged wlth ad mlrable ltdellty shouhl fadlltate rather than ,. ? ,t.i ihe tii..v.-tni'iif lo Incrcaae th.rps. The marine. are ? braee. lojal and efflc'-nt l?.d\ -if m-n. a strong elemenl <>f s,--urliy Bt alt .?,.?, gnd ? factor of urreaalBg taaportance ln ralculatlona as lo lha future. CVBA\ BBBBLB AXD Tlll IR WOBE. Mr. l'liimi baa amde aa Importani eontrlbu ,,,,? t0 ibe rurrent llteratnre of Ibe Cubna canee. Whether or n"i hla appaal for r..gnltlonof i,.-ii;_-,-i.-ri? y ahall be granted. iu-* worda will inv,. much inthieiice npon tha optnloai <?f the American peopb. For Ajaerlcao gjmpatblea go oul aponun.isly to all people, arerjwhere, irho are atruggllng for llbertj, and eapedallj lo tbnae wbo are ao near at hand as tba Cabana ?nd eonnected nith thls conntrj bj so manj gnd so inilmite tlea, Il wlU be well, bowerer, fi.r Amerlcang to baaa their gjmpatblea witb Cttba not ni.iely DDOB geueral prln.llpiea and sentlmenta, bul alao npon a rirat kn^wtadga of the fa.'s an.l dr. timstances of thla partlcular , ,s... Thej -h-tild k.-ep ln mlnd Just who ihe Inaurgenta are. why th.-y have rerolted, an.l In uh.it manner Ihej are coii.luctlng their catn peigu if Bpanlsh anthorltlea ara to be be> llcred, thls rebelHon ls r. small affair. ln whlch the mnss ef th- people of Cttba have no Intereat. It was started and ls led hy a gang of out tbroal adrentnrera from ontalda the islan.l. f..? no other purpose ihan raplne and plunder. nnd la betng conducted in a manner approprlate to such .nds. hy a mere rabble of crlmluals and balf-saraga negroea. That ls the Bpaatah ao count of lt. ln whlch, It may be frunkly said. ihere seems to be llttl". lf nny. truth. The world knowa patfaedj weil that Oabaa disaff.H'tloii toward Spaln Is no new nor causc lcss thing Many tlm.-s wlthlu the last thre*. qnartera of a century have the Cubans shown their dealre to ba rid of Bpaatah misgiwrnnient. Twenty elghl y.ars ago an act <>f gross Injustlce hv lha Madrld (lovernmeut caused a g4>nen?l iiprlsing tbrooghont tba Island, not of tho Begroaa and tha socalled lower rlusses, hut of tbe very Is'St ehments of the populatlon. The gtrngglB lasted ton years. und wus marked hy rrneJ and baurbnrottg condnet on the Spanish side. At last, when gcorea of IbOOBBBda of llvos and bnndreda of mflllona of doUara had heen sacri li.-ed. Ihe Insiitgeiits w.-re In.luced, hy llberal promiaea of refbnna, to lay down thelr arms. Thoae promlaea were noi niltliiixl. atlagorera ment contlnued, eren woraa tiian befora, untll, somethlng mur.' than u year ago, the Madrld Covernnietii propoaed, hy m.-aus of a measure called, ln grltn Ironj, g "Home llule" hill, to make the BJanadeg of deapotlgm .tlll nearler and rlvet them still more securely upon the long siiITei'ing island. That proposal was the slgnal for Ibe preaenl rajbaJUon, ??r revolutlon, as every friend <<f Cuba bopea lt may prove to ba. As to who Um Insiirgenis are, we may safely gccepl the tesilir.ony of Marshal Cainpos. who says. frankly. they Include. actlvely or pisslvely. gUBOal the whole natlve populatlon. 'Iliat meani more than 14*00,000 out of tha 1,700,000 Inhabitaata <?f tba island, fot tha Bpaalarda ln Cuba, apart from the reeent mllltary lmporta tlons, Dttfllbaf less than MfcOOO. And who are these l,.VKi,(Hal InsiirgentsV Are they mostly negroes and "poor white trash," n>4 Oenerul Weyier would have us thlnk? By no m4>anB. Th.-y are the bralu nnd hrawn of the Island, the planters, the merchnnts, the edueated daaaaa ns well. It la a uotorlotis fact that thls lusiirrectlon, llke that of 1868*78, b??gan ut the top It was ergaBaaad hy the best men of Cuhii; and. Inilwil. the chief trouhle at the out set was to get the common people and the work Ingmen arousetl from the apnthy Into whlch ihey had Ih-cu erusbe<l hy years of Spanish dea potism. Nor will tt do to Imaglne that the mnss of the people are negro4?a, and that the Cuban Itepuhllc. when lt shall he estaUlshcd, wlll be a "hhii'k reptihlie," llke Hayti. If tlutt w??re a fact. It would not lesaen the rlght of the Cubans to llberty. But It Ih not a fnct. Only nbout one ihlrd of the people of Cuba are negrow, and many of these lnfter are m4>n of hlgh Intelll gi-nce and culture, a'ell fltted for self-gorern ment. Tbe ovcrwbelming majorlty of the Cu bans nre ercoles. of JubI aa pure blood aa the grnndees of Spain. The leaders of tbe Inaurrectlon are cbleflj creoles. natlves of OBbB, of hlgh character, ln tefllgence and aodal rank. The Presldent ta a member of one of the most dlstingulshed fam llies on the island. The Vlce-Prealdent ta a natlve Cuban. The War Secretary ls a 1 ole. but has spent most of his life ln Cuba, and his asslstanr comea of a famlly well known for its rtrtuee and gerrlceg Ib tbe Unlted Statea n* well as in Cuba. The Secn'tary of Forelgn Af? fairs and hls aaatetaat, the Secretary of tlie Treaaory and hls asslstnnt and tta Secretary of the Interloi are all nntlve Cubaus, diatln gulshed ln buslness and professional life. tlen eral Qottaa was born In Baato Domingo. but has apent most of hls life In Cuba. and Lieuten BBt-OaaafBl Maceo. who is a BegTO, ta a natlve of Cuba. As to their comluct of the war. Mnr shal Campos deelares it to ba gallant nnd hu mane. It ls Immeasurably rooro clrlltaed than tba system adopted by Cem-ral Weyler. True, the Cuban Government ls not yet fully organ tacd. lt has no (ixed capltal. It exerclses Jurls dlctlon 4>ver no deflnlte area. It colns no mom-.v. It has no poatal service. These nnd other defl clcm-ies must 1),- mailc g4K)d before it can hope tp win recognltlon as nn indepenilent PB-T er. Su?h m-ognitlon lt does not, however. yet clalm, but merely thnt of belligerency. The grounds for thls clalm are the character, ex? tent and actual achtevements of rhe rebelllon, nnd these have been get forth bf Mr. Pnlma in a lucld and engnglng manner. Whether or not hls letti-r carries full convlctlon. it fumishes much BBd, we belh-vo, tnistworthy informatlon on <>ne ,>f the m4)st lmi>4)rtant Mbjecta now be? fore the publlc. STREET AXD HOUSE 810N8. Tba detalled report <>f the condltloa of tba gtreeta of rbis dty with reference to si-_rns. aml of tbe dlfflcnltlea which confront the utithorities in eatabUablag a BBlform system. pabltahcd by Tbe Tribune in tbe last few days, must call at tentloa to tba n?-4-tl of Immedtate legtotatloB for the proper tabe_Uag of our atreet eornera The annoyance experienced by tlie BtrBBgar, and even by tbe resldent when olT the beaten path of hls daiiy Journeys, in Identlfylng any par tlcnlar corner ls famillar to everybody. It is so famillar that it his been BCCepted as one of the laerltable unnoyun.es of a city arblch has developed undei had government. When one had to pl?'k hls way tbrougb dirty etrei-ts in and oni among eart- gtored at rttrba ba was not dlapoaed to ba bypercrltical aboot th)> signs on tboae streets. But we now have dean thor onghfBrea k.-pt clear of iBcnmbraacea, and arlth the lmj)rov)'inent com.-s u new reallzation of the ilesirnblllty of proper marklngs at the eor niTs as tlie ni'Xt st4>p in making the 4-ity a place of eonvenlent and com.ort.ibIe ubodi>. At one time New-Yurk had a system of street signs wblch bad at least the merlt af being con sistent. When gas lumps were everywhere ns? _ to llght tbe streets everybody knew where to look for names, und the glass signs were vlslbh by nlght as well as by day. But with the In troduetlun of eiectrklty that urrangement be? came Bttaattafactory, and nothlng adaqBBBI has come to take lts place. The tin signs on the UBtlsed tamppoata, whlch are generally twlsted out of place and nre tnistworthy guides only fnr those who know rhe way wlthout them. to? gether Wlth tbe labeta liere and there tacked ti[ion bulldlaga and tbe few diftVrent pBtterna of electrlc-llght algna, makea jumble whlcb <lo<*s a-. much to eonfuae as to aaatat ,he traraDer. The eaaenttala of a proper ayateoi are unlfonnlty and utilver-ality. Oae must never be ln doubt where to lo..k for dlrecttOBa, l)aving once learned tbe customary place of poetlng them, und ho must aerer rin.i a corner wbera tlie aoaght-fbr siirn ls mlaalng. Tli.re iDt-d ba no trouble ln meetlng Xhese waata. Other cltles do it. and p-fTbapf aowbera i- li ao well done us la Parla Thera at aii four eornera of InteraecttBg streets, at a uniform helghl on the wall of tlie bulldlngs, ure ciinm | elled algna of whlte and blue. somowhat similar to tbe elerated railroad ..utlon signs. but smaller aad prettler, whlle belng gufflcteBtly dear to he r.-ad la tbe dayllght or dark 4?lther hy ped_B?_? j uns or by people drlving. Nobody ln Paris BBCd liave tlie sliglitest dtfflculty ln telllng where he ls Some equaJly aatlafactoty plaa mlght ba adopted befe, but the clty ofllciids are of the oplalon that they have no power to compel j property-crwaerg to atfix signs to thelr bulldings, ! even lf tlie city should furnlsh the signs. Then j let th.-ni draft a plan for pro-w-r signs and ask I authorlty fn?m tbe LeglalatBrg to eanry lt out. It raanot be poaalbla thnt the tawmakeia would refuse g requeat f.?r ald In thls matter. While thls reform is belng carrled out nnother might well go un wlth lt. Tlie numtx-rs on the houses here are only less bowllderlng than the signs oo tbe streets. Tlie hablt of puttlng "So." on oBe-balf of a door. whlch ls kept closed, and tba figurea on the other. wblch stands open, leada to a d.-nlal of Informatlon In a form that Is cruel moefcery. Tlie placlng of numhers on j the glass tran* >m above the Inner doora of houses is eipially troublesome. Tliey can be seen only when the outer doora are open nnd the llghtB are Just right. Paris ln thls. too. can teach New-York a lesson. There a amall blue an.l whlte enaraelled slgn, large enough to be Beea wlthout trouble and Bmall enough not to I be ugly, Ib flxed b4-slde every gate and door. There ls no reason why some such plan mlght I not he followad here I/et it be made eoay to find both streeta nnd hotifles In New-York. We , hnvo put up wlth the nnnoyancea due to the ' present luck of system long enough. 4^MaM__aB.a? We believe 1n educatlon In thls country from | end to end. but that Is no reason why we ahould i uadertakg the task of eduratlng th? people of all ! the reet of the earth. To limlt our lmmlgrant? to those who can reud and write thelr own tongu.'i- wlll keep out a lot of undeslrable folk and wlll afTord us proper protectlon. Who can doubt that the tlme wlll come when lt wlll be thoiiKht rlght to exclude Immlgrrants who cannot read and write Engllsh? How to get rld of rabbits has been an lmpor? tant QUeettoo ln Auatralla f.ir several years. MIlllotiB of dollara havf been Bpent to get rld of the long earad and short-tallecj peets, but lt has been Impoeatbta even t-> lessen thelr number. X. w It Ifl propoaed that they nhall be made to yleld a revenue. la one y.-ar the Oovernment of New South Walea pald for .T.'WI.OOO rabbit sklns, but there w.?re more rabbits sklpplng about at the end of the year than there were at the be glnnlng. Slnee 1883 one colony haa- spent more tlan $5.00.1.000 ln a veritable war agalnHt the pe. t, and has constructed lo.dOO mlles of barbed B ire fenclng. one fence al.u e runnlng 407 mlles ar.d another 306 mlles. The Oovernment of New South Wales has upon Its hands 7,000.000 acrea of lar.d abandoned because of the rabblta, but they tseemed to thrlve and grow fat upon barren land, where other Btock, even goata, would dle of starvatton. But now a company has been formed. whlch la to bulld a refrtgeratlng factory ln one of the agricultural dlstrlcts near Mel hourne, and to freese and Bhip rabbits to the Kngllsh marketa. If thls rhcine is aucceaaful, afl lt promlaeH to be, then rabbits wlll not only 1 become a common artlele of food, but perhapa a ! aource of proflt to Auatralla. Can the Governor approve the Ralnea blll ln the face of the grave doubt that .xt-ta as to whether lt waa passed ln a conatttutlonal man? ner? The looklng the doora of the Asaembly Chamber wlll certalnly afford ground for an at? tack on tha blll In the cou**ta, In case lt becomes a law. There la no ahadow of excuae for auch ?itr.nrdlnftrv and unnracadanted methoda to la .ure the passage of the blll at tha tlme set % all appearance the plaln letter of the Conatb*. tlon was dlstlnctly vlolated. -?*-> The Clvll Servlce Commlssloners at the oth* end of the Brldge are greatly hampered In the* work by lack of money. They showed the Boar| of Estlmate last summer that they would netj every cent of the amount for which they aaka*; but nevertheless a large cut was made ln thefc appropriatlon by men who have little sympafcy with the work whlch the Commlssloners are Ao, ing. A blll has now been sent to Albany authce. Izlng the appropriatlon of $10,000 additlonal ft* thelr expenses. The blll has the approval af Mayor Wurster and of atl lntelllgrent cltltei* who wlsh to see the Clvll Servlce laws properi enforced. There ought to be no questlon about Its passage. The members of the pollce force have abaa. doned pletol practlce for the time being tg| have taken to drtlllng. Whether lt aill be pra, dent to let them go upin the streets armed wM| pistols or not is not yet satlsfactorlly d*t.N mlned, and lt ls safe to say that whenever ig offlcer drawa hls "ipun" everybody In slght wfcg can get under cover wlll proceed to do ao whft all possible expedltion. It would appear that tha blueroats are gettlng ready for another annon parade llke those whlch formerly dellghted th) people in the clty. Last year the parade wt* omltted. By common consent lt was felt that u the force was "under a cloud" the less tt waas ln publlc en masse the better. No good rea for not returnlng to the old custom has yet bcq brought 'orward, and In ao far as the parach tcr.de to make the policemen toe the mark tol to Impresa on the publlc a sense of thelr uMgnltj and dlsclpllne it Ib a good thing. -a The pretence of dellberatlon in reference totfc Oreater New-York blll wlll decelve no one. At no time has there been any real dellberatlon oa the matter. The reference of the subject to tk. Jolnt Cities Committees and th<? .ending do*i of Senator Lexow and some others to ascertajg publlc s??ntiment In Ilrooklyn and thls clty wera not an indicatlon of any genuln.- dealre to leat) what the people wanted ln order to be guldal by lt. _ PERSOXAL. Cardlnal Satolll wlll be preaent next Bunday at th* consecrntlon of Ulshop-elect Hoban, In JWintoa, Penn. A Kentucky admlrer of ex-ronRre*sm..n W, C. P. Breckinridge pradletfl that he will be returned to tht next Congrea-,, because "be haa not lost a caa*-| mv'in a murder case. for that Is tho only klnd that eouata ln Kentucky-for two years. In every Iv atanc? he haa aucee??ded In gettlng hl? ru.in cle4M^ and that ls a strong plea In a man's favof ln Kea tucky." The eomlng marrlage of the Princaa Manjaretg Orleans. aecond daughter of the Duke de ('hartrat and B'.ster of the I'rinee** Valdemar of I>enman\ and I'atrlce de MacMahon. .on of the laid-marahal exelt.-s great Interest abroad. It wlll be i'?I?br?tal after I.ent. .'ommandant MacMahon la cMal tt th* 8;h Hattalion, and bears the tltle of Duk* 1 Magenta. He la forty-one years old. Hl* flanc*t(i twenty-aeven and 1. sald to bti beautlful. Klnathan Corrlngton Oavltt, who died the otha day ln Toledo, Ohlo. at the age of eighty-elght fttn, wsa a noted ploneer of Methodlum In ohlo, and u. author of "Crumba From My Saddle Bag.' a book that had a wide popularlty aome yeara ago. Commander N. Mlyaoka, a naval attache of tht Japaneae I.egratlon at Waahlngton, haa sailed fa England, to be present at the launchlng of 08 Japanese battle-shlp FnJI, whlch wlll tak. pUoj about the end of the present month. General Roaecrana, who recently received thi I.aetare Medal from N'otre Dame. Unlverslty, Sootl liend, Ind., i. aeventy-.even yeara old, aM la feeble health. The reclplents thus far St thla medal, whlch ti often called th. Aaa* taaa counterpart of the "Golden Roae," a maft of dlstln.-tlon shown by the l'ope to loaa) crowned head of Europe each y.ar, ara: Dr. John Ollmary Shea, hlstorlan; Patrlck Keeley,EtaB J Allen Stj.rr, artlat and writer; General Jolu KsB> J ton, aclentlst; P. V. Hlckey. Wiiiiam Ooaaaa, >l Chlcago phllanthroplst; Danlel Dou/rhertjr, Haary Wl Hroanson, Detroit; Patrlck Donahue, Boston,edltom Augustin Daly and Anna T. Sadler, writw. Tl THE TALK OP THE DAY. "Adam may have been the author of oritfnaleuV .?nvh a N'ebraaka clergyman, "but at leaat he van not guilty of Inventlng the mother-In-iaw Joka" What Dld He Expect??"Mlss Jayamtth, hav. yei done any I.enten penance?" "Why, Mr. Caasuck. I've heard you preaeh m\ day for weeka and weeka."?(Chlcago Record. For the crlm. of whlaperlnR in chur.-h a llttl. lt! of Portamouth, Ohlo. waa recently aent to Jall ttt ten days and flned 15 50. The Bberlff, however, re fuaed to put her In jall, and took her to hia oaa home for the period of the aentence. A Comlng Prophet?Mr*. Waha?h-l *hnt_ not b In tho least astonlshed lf Johnny develop* .'.atrvof ant powera. Mrs. Jaekson-I'arke?Indeed? "Yea. Ho 1. the s..n of a eeventh hushand. jrei know.?(Indlanapolls Journal. Darnley Beaufort, who la in jail in Rirdstoet, Ky., charged with certaln offeocea when princlpal of th. Trar?pl*t Collefre at Oeth*emare Abbey. B aald by a I^oulavllle J.iurnal to be one of the bui whlch asa&sslnaud Alexan.br II of Russts. BARRED. Hla face waa pale; hls glance was sad; They .ought to cheer In vutn. "You'va youth," they aaiJ. "my nobl. lad; Wherefore should you compl.ln? Perhapa you'll make your mark BOBM day Where glortoua deed. are done;" He .hook hl. head and anawered. "Nay, I cannot ahoot a gun." "But you may ba a atate.man y.t, And ln the councll hall Behold care.ra that rlae and *?t While men awalt your call." He ahed a tear and answered. "Trnugh I am Kentucky*. aon, In atateamanahlp I atand no .how; I cannot ahoot a gun." "Couraee!" they cried. "Why. you may ba The Presldent er. long. Thi. I. a land where all la free Unto the .wlft and strong." Hl. proud llp curled. They heard him aay: " 'Round ma the dueks mlttht run The Uvelong day ln irullelesa play: I cannot ahoot a gun." ?(Washtngion Staft Her. la a paragraph about Congresa from a lettej recently wrltten by a Frenchman vtaitlag Waahlaf* ton: "What of tho Deputlea .nd Ihe Senator.? M wlth us, they do a ?reat more talklnar than leatala tlve work. They are more free and raay. and ta*f are not ao reacrved. However, thls la qulte natural ln a country where, tn order to be elected a DepuW one has only to be the father of eighteen chlldren, al of them born In the same distriet. If the same coa dltlon. were Imposed on us, we might auceed B maklng a aucceasful fljrht asalcst the lncr***'-! depopulatlon of Franca. What would not on. do tt become a Deputy? It I. true that It la not la tha power of every one to become the father of .IfhtteB chlldren. At the aame tlme. It I. v.ry unju?t thal only tho men ahould be rewarded for acts of BO klnd. It la rather on the women that an honoraff dlatlnctlon .hould be conferred." Not at All.?"Do you flnd," lnqulred a m.n aaj wa. ln aearch of Informatlon, "that typewrlter gt'm aa a cla*. are clannlah and exclualve?" ^^ "No," answered tho man who had the Infornw* tlon to give out. "They are not; though each oa*. cf courae, always ha. her own cllck."?tChlcap Trlbune. "The Worcester Gatette" tell. a .tory of a lawT* who ran across an old statute provldlng that aW one who Ilaht. a bonflr. wlthln ten roda of a oulwj Inc ahall b. llabie to a fln. of 120. Then lt occurrw to hlm that he would have to burn aome rubblah B cleanlng up hla ground. thi. sprlng. H. told ? broth.r lawy.r, who alao expected to burn aeaw leavea. They worrled for aeveral houra, untll ?* explorer Into the lor. of Juatlce looked up th. a0'" bonnre ln the dlctlonary. It. deflnltlon la "a tanF flre bullt In the open air. a. an expre.alon of P"*0* Joy and exultatlon, or for amua.ment." Bo alt deuaa a. to thelr rtaht. fled from th. mlnd. of the l.wy* A hard-looklng tough wa. on trlal in the Court ?? Oeneral Saaalona. Judge Cowlng wa. on tM"*"i, Lawyer Howe. In a volce hu.ky wlth tmolton.* drea.ed the Jury: "Uentlemen, my cll.nt t* ? PT, man. He was drlven by hunger and want t_l?"V> amall aum of money. All that he wanted waai^ clent money to buy bread. for It I. ln eylderue ?? he dld not take the pocketbook eontalnlng m> ?"J wa. ln the sam. bureau drawer." The BJ^Mf"'^ torney for th. accu.ed waa Intewrvipt-d by tn?JJ^. vulalva aoba of hla cll.nt. "Why do you ^JT*^ a.ked Judge Cowlng of th. doort??4l man.(i g'JJ. I dldn't aee der pocketbook ln de drawer. *J"Jy body laua-hed except Howe. tha attorney w ? careleaa burgtar.?(Texaa BUtlag*.