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FOUNDED BY HORACE OBEBLEY
SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER II, 1?M1
THE NEWS Tills MORNINO.
FOREIGN The Czar snd '"zarina srrlvsd In
Breslau, where th?'\- were the guests ??f Em?
peror William Miss Clara Barton, presi?
dent "f the American Red Cross Bool? ty, sailed
for New-York, a ? feat of th?? Insurgents
lu the Philippine Island? by Spanish force? is
reported The rumor that Mr. Joseph
Chamberlain will s,?,n retire fr?.m the <'? ?????.??
Office is strain afloat In London. The
Trades-Union Congress mesta to-morrow In
London; there is likely t,i be Socialistic dis
DOMESTIC. Delegation? from Braver County
and Pittsburg, Penn., numbering 5,000 ;.pie,
visited Canton snd were addressed by Major Mc?
Kinley. " Carl Schun delivered nn address
In Chtoago opposing th?? election "f Bryan.
lialn marr.'.l I.i Hum; Chang's last day In Wash?
ington; ho viaited tho Treasury and started r>r
Niagara Palta, = = Ths Tressury Issued a
memoraiiilum of atatlstlc? for use ::i the cam
palgn. W ,t Bryan went from Chicago t<->
Milwaukee, when he addressed a meeting in a
CITY AND SUBURBAN Senator Thursl n,
of Nebraska, snd Curt?a Guild, jr.. of Massa?
chusetts, addressed a mass-meeting In Co .per
Union, under the auspices ol th?? Republican
Club. . Thr?-?. men were Injured bj an ex?
plosion of dynamite near Broadway. Win?
ners al Sheepshead Bay: Scarf l'in, Keenan,
Ogden, Religion, Connoisseur, Hairy Reed, St.
Anthony. J, Montgi mery Strong obtained
an Injonction preventing the Atlanti.? Ta? ? ?
nub 3 ra< .? for the Adams cup Cincinnati
defeat???! Brooklyn at baseball by a score of '<
to '?. Btocka closed the week strong and
THE WEATHER -Forecast for to-day: Rain
in the morning, follow??! by clearing weather.
The temperature yesterday; Highest, "'< de?
greo?; lowest, '?'-'. ? ? rage, fi~H
At ? lime of ?nertaning m/m a ueundealer or
train bog mnu titnn run* ?bori of ? ?ufficimi
tvpply <>f I"lie tribune. Reader* alwayn confer
a/acor og reporting ?neh enee? to tu* Butinent
Office of Tht tribune, No, 1 -~? 1 \ usan it.
Ihr Tribune it ihr uriginal McKinhy ana
Jlnlnirt paper, and the ???? ug one. For the luti
BjfMtiM the musi sears, politicai ami otherwite,
ordi r Ihe Tribune,
?? in concettai bu toniemporarie? that thr </,>,?
play of Scw-Jemey, ?trook?gn ami Weetcheat er
? nuil?/ new? m Ihe Irihuuei? without m igual
m the Metropolitan press; nail, a? the tyecial
ueweoftnon* localities appearealeoin the regular
city and Mail editiont ot Th* Tribune, ?nburb^in
reuJdeute son? while travelling, dep,ndupon Ihe
Tribuni, ab?olutelyfor Unir in un new?,
Nowhere i-> the celebration "G I-abor Day more
jicaiTal. than In Neu ^"r!^. and ?' only ili?
wcotbrr iirove? favorable tin? ?ity will wear to?
morrow a holiday .isj>??'?! suggestive <>f tla?
Finirti) ?if July or Christmas. Elaborate prep?
HttJous bave been made for 11 ???? observance of
vrlmt has now developed Into :i National fea
tivaL ?ml the bard worked men and women "f
every branch of buman activity In the metropollH
wU h:iv.? provided for Ihelr entertainment a pro?
gramme <>f a v:ir.?-il character, comprising |*a
rad???, botas and yacht races, blcycl.intesta,
athletic gamea, football matches and ur"lf tourna?
To wliat an extent the presence ?if Ihe Turk In
G??G??]?' ;s an anomaly snd an anachronism Ih
shown la an article in today'? Tribune i>.\ a
writer whose knowledge .?f the subject Is liase?!
?pon ? residence <>f nevera! year? In the otto?
man Empir??. While there is much force in his
nr^tuiii'iit that It is uujusl lo jh.Ik'?? accorillng
to American standards a people whose ejvll ta
tion ?s based "ii f lundstlone of belief diametrical?
ly ?)]?;??????1 tu thorn of ? liristi.?.nity. ir ?s manifest
from bla p.ir:rayai of their characteristics that.
rightfully, the Turi.? bave no place whatsoever
hi the civilisation ?>f the <?????;(????p. N?,r ?an any
?attafactory settlement of whai is known as ii,..
Egalera Question l? looked for until in the
words ?if Mr. Gladstone, the Turk Is ??nr?,'??i" oui
of Enwpe and relegated to the place where he
renUj li.ioii^'s Ihe Asiatic shores of the Heues
In spite of bis conspicuous position as Autocrat
of the vast Empire of Russia, Nicholas II a-.?n
liniies !.. remain something of an enigma, less
behiff known gbont bla personal characteristics
bj the world al targe than sboul those of any
ether monarch, save, perhapa, the ruler of China.
The ski't ?? wiii.ii ire gire to-day of Ihe young
t'zar. \\'fi;:h?-<l down with the sense of responsi
hility. anxious t?. preveni the < oiumlaslon of gay
lujusiii??? in liis nani.?, and ?lilli'leiiily conscious
of his yoiuiiftii inexp?rience, is calculated lo sa?
etta sympathetic regard and goodwill. Since In?
illflVrs from Emperor William in his modest
readiness to accept adrice from men older than
himself, his chotee of a succesaor to Prince Lo
bntiiiff will be watched Witt mncb interest both
?a* home aad abroad, all ihe more as he will have
gr?ai difficult) In finding ? not ber possessed of
suoli Breadth of view, patriotic nnscllishncss and
absoluto honesty as distinguished ihe endnenl
statesman whose untimely en?] Is p heavj loss ;
There i< nothing surprising In ih?? outbreak
of an insili?;?,?,?!,on ?u the Philippine Islands. In?
deed, ground down a? ihe unfortunate mil 1res
are between ihe ilesjmtisni of Chun ? is ? I State,
ll ;s astonishing thai ihej ?hould have *uh
tel no lung tu S;.ai: -a ?,\r.i:iiy ?Hid fXtnrtlnll.
The revolt in.i.v prove tin even greater source of
trouble and expense lo the Madrid Gnvernineni
liiaii thai now ray ; ? (hi ?a. Knr ilie mu ???
puptlhitUm i*f the Phil |>p in ? consists, n? Ih
nIiowii n an iirlicle ivhl? ? tve piiblisli io.lay. of
.?illuni elghl inilllona of Main.) * mul < 'him -.?. the
former raee ? pnriieulnr In Ing renowned for Its
feroeity its well as for ;'-- ? 'Her hatred of .ill
whin? people. Moreov? r, .1- the Islands are more ?
iban P.ono miles further aw;i.i from Spain than
l'uba. ihe difflculr) iu getlin? troops In Man.Iln
before Hie rising 1ms had lime in exten?] all over
the Islands Is practically lnsii|ierable. Nor
slioubl ll I??? forgotten thai the .in;.un.?-.? press,
ever situ?,? the conclusion of |>eaee with t'liiua,
lias iioon urging the M'kndo'H Government to
seise Ihe Philippine Islands, with p view in
efface ine unti.mil disappointment and discoli
leni caused by ihe failure either to capiure Po
king or to retain ?lossesslon of Coren,
Mr. Henry Watteraon, who knows Kentucky
?11 least ?is well .-is any other man, says of that
stili??: "The l'aimer Buckner ticket will |mll an
"enormous voie in Kentucky, it would noi sur
"prise m?? if it polled more votes than either
"Bryan and Bewail or Bryan :in<i Watson." The
same thought was suggested by The Tribune
the morning after the nomination. With Sec?
retary ?'urlisi.? ??|??????? und heartily approving
Ihe ticket, and alinosi every I*etnocrntlc ???.t
of Influence In thai State opposiug Bryan, ihe
chance of getting a larger vote there for Bryan
1 ban for two born Kcntuckluni, Palmer and
Buckner, would seem noi very bright. Mr.
Watteraon adds of the new ticket: "it ought
"in poll n great rote in Illinois, where Senator
"Palmer bos always held ?1 commanding posi
"tlon, ami where Buckner, beine p 11 old prop?
erty owner In Chicago, is very well known nnd
"very popular." He mentions thai botb are old
men. adding: "Neither is as uhi as Gortcha
"koit when he held Ihe destinies of Russin in
"his han.is. or as Gladstone when he was la^t
"Prima Minister of Great Britain." Whai Mr.
Watteraon says of other States, of which he
has less personal knowledge, docs noi a.rd
s., well with known fm-is, but hit- Judgment
al...m Kentucky and Illinois \n entitled lo high
looking hack to the reeenl disclosure of the
Populist plan ?>f campaign, it will l??? remem
hered thai nothing was claimed east of In
illann, bul every Southern State except Mary
hind an.I ?>???:?\?.??????. and everything weal of
Ihe Mississippi except lows nnd Minnesota,
making '_'"'-' electoral votes, so thai either Illi?
nois or ihe combination of Indiami and M ich I
gun was m????!>-.1 t., elect. With Illinois 0111 >.f
the question, In.liana and Minnesota would not
siiiii.e. aii'l with Kentucky ?>nt of the qn< -
Indiana find Michigan would not. With
Palmer anil Buckner In the Held, neither In
ilia 1111 nor Michigan offers much hope. Ken
iiie|.y is for the Populist combination an ab?
solutely necessary State. l<oss there is lost
everywhere. McKinley can win In many ways
without ii ; with Weal Virginia, for example,
w hlch ih?? I'.st Informed men of the State think
i ?? Is certain to carry; with any other of tho
Southern Stai? s, of w bleb several are doubtful;
with Missouri, which ex-Governor Francis,
Dow Secretary of the Interior, will do much
t.. carry ngainsl Bryan; with Kansas, which
the Popullm agitator, Mrs. I.ea*e, now rega??s
a^ lik'ly t.? I?? driven from Bryan by Ihe sup
pori ..?' Hoke Smith; with Nebraska, which
Secretar? Morton will turn ngnlnsi Bryan in
Ihe extent of his ability, and wh.,s,? regular
democratic ibdegatlon was .carried agallisi 1
Bryan, he having entered the Chicago Con
?.?!?????? us a contesting delegate; or with either
two of ih?? Pacific states, which are all believed
likely 1?? vote for McKinley.
Mis, Ideane has been talking with lier accus ?
tornei] vigor for Bryan, bui Im- Jus1 retnrned ?
? ii'.iin New-York, and virtually acknow] I
? ??k.s that Ihe fighi Is over. Aecnrdltig lo a
telegram from Topeka., she salii on Friday
"When ili?? futiire historian shall writ?? the
"story of this camimign, he will give .1- the twn ]
"principal causes fnr ihe defenl of William Jen
"ningH Bryan ?In- support given him by l'a .1
"?. Hill and Hoko Smith." She declares that
link?? Smith's support will drive from Bryan
the rote of old soldiers throughout Ihe country,
lidding: "In Kansas, I predici 10,01)0 old soldiers
"who have been voting with Ihe populists will
"return to Ihe Republican party because of this
"one fact." it 1- quite true thai Ihe Pensimi*
Bureau, under ihe control <>f Secretary Smith,
has been so conducted as to offend all l'nl? n
veterans Whether Senator 11II! will conseiii
t" ii?i|> Bryan by refusing his support la yd
?? ??.? seen, bul Mrs, I.??ase asserts thai he has
a "purely mercenary" agreemeni i<> secure Ihe
? control of New-York patronage in even! of
Bryan's election, and declares that "true re
"formers will hesitate la?fnre giving iheir In
"dorsemeiil to auch an unholy trafile.?' Bui there
are many other causes <>t' Bryan's defeat, noi
the least of which Is Bryan, In ihe words <?f
"ii'? <?? his ninsl distinguished supportera,
"Bryan talks t???? much with his mouth."
These gre the circumstances early In Septem?
ber. They ar?? noi particularly encouraging for
ihe Tammany Democrats whn propose t<? cap
ini?? the organization in ihls Siat?? for Bryan.
For ?.illy a mouth Ihe hard-money bnlterles
jabave ?>????? playing on Ihe Populist combination,
anil it is already In such ? state thai some of
its leaders predle! its destructinn With two
iiiiiiiilis more Ihe constan! bombardment Kbnubl
con veli defeal Into a rout. The end may come
in a stampede long before Ihe elect bin, ami
there an- likely lo !?<? soin.? from Neu Vork
among Ihe earliest rats 1?. leave Hie sinking
iflRlCVLTI H I/. CO OPI RATIOS.
Lord \\ in? lui e.i ? movement for agricultural
co-? pera t lou In Knglatid is making sternly prog?
ress. \ central organization Is 1??Ing formed
in l..iii<i.,ii for ihe reception ami distribution of
I.In???, ami a t?,,..,, numi,,.,? ,,? ?,,,,.,? |,.?'
????? over th?? kingdom, art in harmony. 1 be
lirst of these latter has been organized In South
Lincolnshire, under Ihe personal siijmtvIsI..'
l.eiil Winchllsea. Sleaford is il.ut re of Its
l activities, which extend over an area twelve
, miles in radius. The ramiers ihere have en
tet.'i int.? ih?? work with greai enthusiasm, and
have promptly subscribed f?.r more than Ihe
needed capital. The plan of this associ?t Inn
may be taken, therefore, as the model on
which, with unimportant variations, the others
throughout the country will be organized.
? number <>f collecting routes will he ar?
ranged, running through the towns ami villages
of the districi und centring In Sleaford. Along
th??.?? m?-11 with wagons will pass every morn
liivr. collecting produce from the farmers, and
conveying it to Sleaford, win neo it ?rill he
shipped in bulk to I/mdon. Tims will be gained
the advantages of prompl shipment and re
: ?in?????! freight-rate?' Separators will i>e esta h
habed ut convenient yoiuts, to arnica farinera
can take milk, bare Ihe ?Team extracted for
butter-making, nnd lake tin? residue home again
for feeding purpos?-. Now, fanner? who make
their own hatter are gouietlmeii not Bide t?> gel
nun??? than sixpence :i Round for It. I mici? the
factorj system, it is expected, the quality will
??? Improved ?11 (luti the ju-i???? \\ ill uerw fall
Movi n -11111; r ? ?.. There will als,, he n rentrai
abattoir, in wlih-h cattle may he taken for
slaughtering, with similar ?dranl?ge*.
????? association will uot, of course, bind Itself
In ink?? nnd ?i?s?-?,-.? ?f nil ih?? protluee the farm
?t- inav offer. Timi will depend upon the <!<?
ti nnd m ? lie l.<?nti?.ii market, it will, more?
over, a<i ?? at il ???? thai is noi of nuexceptlon
able quality. '???? rare p will exercise in this
bitter reiqierl is to be ?'???n In the faci thai ?
will require every Individual egg t ? ? lie marked,
by nieniis ?? :? ruhlier atainp, with ?"? name ???
;l??? fnnner from whom? poultry yard ?? rouies,
so thai if an out: prove i<? I"? stale, responsi
billtj for it ran ???? lixed. A- t" Hie pro?t?
w in? h :?????. it ?- r\|.teil. 1.1 he made, they \t 'II
I??? dividili ?? follows; First of nil. !i per ??<???
lnieresi will lie paid on capital. <>.' Ihe remain
der, 1" |???? ceni will lie ?Hotted lo capital; HI
|M*r ceni in the malingers hm pay ? ? >r ih?-ir ?er
vi,?,?-?, which will I??? all Hi?? pay Ihey will get; '
l*ri per ??.???? in ihe employe? in addition to their
wage*; I'm per ceul to the rentrai organization
in ?,????????; anil Ihe other l" per rent to Hie
iiicii.ii? ,s. distributed In ihem in proportion lo
Hie amouiil of ?p?????t furnished by them, ?nd
in addition, of course, to Ihe market prices al- (
ready pani In Ihem.
Such In Hie plan ?ui whleh this enterprise is
to be undertaken. A large rentrai depot ha*
lieen ?ceuretl in Ixmdon, near Covenl t?arden,
ami business will nrtnally ??? began on the Ural
?.f n? m nmiith. G??? the ?uci-css of the Ural
venture \\ ill largely depend the extenalon of Ihe
system, .?????? il.? ?? ? 11 i t ? tr of rentrai depot? In
other ?iti??- and large town?. Certainly the ex?
periment i- :ni Interesting one. Il differ? con?
siderably from Ihoae tried In France hy the
"agricultural ?yndlrnte?" and la this? eountry
by the "granges.' and even from that In It??
bind at which Mr. Plunketl is ?o manfully
working. If It surpass Ihem In effectiveness
and the Intent venture should bo the liest it
may go far low ani restoring to British agri
mittlre a generous measure of p s ohi pros
OLD TRICKS AGAIN IV ARKANSAS,
Information ????????\??<1 ai th?? headquarters ?>f
the Republican National Committee ?nggests
th?? suspicion that the managers <?( th?? Bryan
canvass nre counting Upon Arkansas i<? mu
trnllze at Its rumini: State plectlon tin? moral
effect <>!' th?? ?weeping Republican victory
?enred Inai Tiieaday in Vermoni nnd tin? rqunlly
slgnlflcani triumph expected m Maine on f*ep
tomber 14. Henry M Cooper, the rhalrmaa of
th?? Republican State Committee ?>r Arkansas,
1..I-. teli groplieil ??? t?eneral Powell Clayton that
tin? Democratic Boards of Election m ;? dozen
or ?????G?? ??? tin? moat populous counties ?if the
State have refused lo ?ari.? out ila? law r>>
quiring Hi?? appointment of one minority elee
? ??, ludge for each rotine preeinct, and have
decided to pul none hut Democrats on guard
m the polls
Thi? ?uminary ileflanre ??f the law argues
t?, Cenerai <'la.vt,,ir- mind, as it must to that
.?: everj other friend of honest elections,
a ptiri?ose on the part .,;' the Del.'ralle mana
gers .? Arkansas t?? swell il,?? normal party
majority a' the coming election bj Im
proper ami dlshonesl means As Loth th??
Democratic and Popi ? ib?s in Arkansas
profess th?? ?ame pi ?.? |?| - ?nd -'.?'?"?' ? e
same Presideutlal candid ? -???:..s ?,,
l?.? n,, reason why th?? I'niiovrntlc Mat?? ticket
should not In? elected at tin? coming election
by :m overwhelming majority But no moral
? ? an ].o-'-;i?lv attach ? ? a !??? ,| ?. , tori.
however striking, won in whole or In pa?t bj
th?? fraudulent methods npparently contem
plated ??;, tl:?? Arkansa? Democratic machine,
? ? -??p to ? ' ? ' tl? will almply pul a
further 'tain nn tli?? r?putation <?f ihe st.-u.?,
still clouded hy om? .?f tl,,? fouleal election
Vinci nn I Inry; nor will ? \ prilli t
from such a polluted sonr<*e I??? likely t.i be a??
cepted a? of any real value l?.v ihe Intelligence
.?nul conseil ?? ?? of ihe p ?ttof (he country,
II BUNG < II I VG ON HISSIONS.
N"o1 the ?? ?-- Int? ? leni in Ihe vl dt
of I., Hun: Chang !?? this city v\as the presenta
tion io him of an address of welcome by the
A can mlsslonnrj socletli ?. ami Ids reply
thereto. Both Hie Hddresa nnd the reply were
conci ed !;i the happiest terms, and wen
\ nded bj p g? ? line splrll of loi? ration ?nd good
will, If the missionaries In Ihe foreign Held
and Ihe representative? of the religinns they
seek In overthrow could ??ways ??????? on this
hlgli level of mutual ? < - j >. ? :. il would mark a
new nnd happier era In Ihe history of Christian
mis ? ufnrtunntely, noi all the officials ?>.
non-i In stian lands are a- wise and far-seeing
a- 1,1 Hung Chang; and there Is loom l'or an?
pleion that ?ome foreign missionaries ?.aslon
a'h exhibit more zeal than discretion In th?-ir
attitude lowanl nnu-Chrlstlan people?, 'I'lu-i?.? is
a dis|Misitioii ,n some quarters to belittle the
work of foreign ' liriatian missionaries In real
Ity their work I? ol incalculable ralue In pro
mo? ng c \ || nation ?nd progress, ami II ?s as fool?
ish as II Is unjti-t in -.r at it. I.? Hung Chang
Is greal enough ??> acknowledge the services of
missionaries to humanity, In spite ?>f the faci
that ihey ar?? seeking to convert hi? |Nsiplc from
th?? religion which lie and they Mleve to In?
divinely true. And In lids some < 'liristlans might
l?ai ? a lesson from the Chinese ?tnteainan.
The delegation 1 hai railed on the \ Iceroy repre
sented the rarlotis missionary societies now
working m China. \: present ihey maintain in
Hint country 7:'..". missionarie?, male and female,
of u bom '.?7 ar?? ?.li? al missionaries. They -u
?a n ? lami MSI schools of various gradini, in
which Ihere wen?, in 1V'."?. ghoul I.'.immi pupils.
They also maintain alami sixty hospitals and
usarles, m which were treated, in iv?.,.
V.C\AH\ patients, Relatively, this may imi ? ?. -
a large showing; bill we hellrve Ihe time is not
far d lain when Intelligent Chinamen generally
will rccogulxc it- greal ralue i?> their eouutrj
Tin?)? may imi admit Ihe claim of Christianity
in in? ih?? ??lily true religion, Perhaps li would
la? i??,, mu.?!: ?? ??\?????? ilia!. Bill M hen ihe mists
of prejudice and misunderstanding have passed
?iway. the) will tin! fail to admit, ;is 1.1 [lung
Chan-, ?till so explicitly in his reply, that Chris
tinnii) is at one with Confucianism In the recog
nit Inn ui' th?? ttoklen Rule, except ili.it Chris
tbiuiiy hohl- it mom ?loaltlvely. Thai wonld be
a ure.it pojil gained, not only for China, hut also
for ? 'brlstlanltj
li Is, however, of 'ess Immediate Importune??
than the recognition by ?'hiriese statesmen of
the faci thai Christianity has a message for the
intellect ami the body as well as for the soul.
In hi? reply I.I Hung than?: laid th?? greate?!
stress on thai feature of Christian mission?. He
complimented the missionary hoard? <?u having
| established school?, hospitals and dispensaries
? In China, and his words were evidently no mere
empty compliment, it is a well known fnct thai
for many years the Vl<"eroy has ?.? anxious
i<> Introduce many features ?>f Western civilisa?
tion into china, and his pr???? nl trip la generally
onderai.? to have ?>????? undertaken with that
object in view lie is n good Chinaman, too
patriotic not m be loyal to his own country, but
at Hi?? same time also too patriotic Ilot lo see
and appreciate wiuit la good in other countries.
lie wants to uplift his own people to ? higher
plan? of lift?, and therefore he could not do other
wise than lo.'k with l friendly eye OD the Chris?
tian men and women who are il ?Ing. though on
? small seal.?, jus! the ?ori of work Hull he would
HKe t,. see done ??n a targe scale, and under Ihe
otbVlal aiisj.i.-es ..? ih.? Chinese l?overnment. It
la unfortunate for the cause ?f Christian mis
?ions thai LI Hung Chaux cannot look forward
to many more year? of life, But II may ta' thai
ta?fore hi- iloatli be irlll lie able to Impresa Ids
statesmanlike views on his Horerunient. II?
may su??,?.l in conrinctag II thai the troesl wel?
fare and progress of China will ??? prom >t"d by
holding up ii,?? hands <>f the men ivho are trying
t?. Im|?n to the yoting nn education at once
helpful and uplifting, a'hlle they recognlxc the
claims of the taidy by building hospitals for the
?lek and bo'nes for the homeless. Should he
succeed In doing so. the Christian missions wouM
become In faci what iliey are In Intention, the
greatest reforming force in China, They would
?,,, longer need ili" help of Ihe home tamrds, for
the) would have tadilnd ???-?? the moral and
material supisui of the Chinese Empire. ,
1 SOTUER PASSING CRAZE.
"?..? bicyclette; voilll l'ennemlT is now Ihe
cry in Paris, p ?s rais.??! by booksellers, among
other?, win. lit! 1 their business lujnred by lb?
rraxe for w\.liuu. Ever?, one still reads the
liewspg|iers. Thai is a necessity. Bill I.ks ?ire
al.an.toned. It Is not only thai money is spenl
on wheels Instead of hooks, More lo the point,
lime Is thus spent. "Wliai would j ou?" returned
a lawyer, who had formerly been a regular ?""?'; ?
buyer, bul now has ceased lo risii the publisher's
shop. "What would you'.' I work hard. I am In j
?voiirt every day. Formerly I speni all nij '?
"ni??? in reading. Then I had constan) headaches,
"and fell my health falling. Sow ? go wheellug.
"an.I lo! my headaches have gi. and 1 am re
"newiug my youthful health." To such nu argu
tuent, what reply Is |smallile? And such an argil
nient, or testimony, Is repeated ten thousaml
times. Exercise i- better than reading, and
when they gel home from wheeling, ibey are
too t.red to read.
Are people, therefore, going to quii reading
permanently, ami are booksellers, and a host of
oilier tradesmen. t?> be driven to ruin by the
wheel? Assuredly not. Neither are we forever
tu he pestered with "scorchers." nor t?i have ??
perpetual succession of extravagant races, nor
to see that al.dilation of all abominations, the
professional woman racer on the wheel. It is
not su many years ago thai Kdward l'. Westoti
aroused a legitimate Interest in walking by nul;
im.* king pedestrian lours aboul the country.
But then there came on ? craze f< r walking
matches. 1'???? a year <?r two Ihe world wenl ? :l?l
over six-da) go-as-you-please matches, which
after a time degenerated Into a mingi m: of hru
tallty and fraud, and finally ?ame to an enti in
utter ex hn list Ion and contempt. Who now re
members it'Iaeary and Rowell and the
""champions" <>f twenty years ago? The craze
has passed, 1er us hope, for rer. Bui men .-'.11
s?. ? ill it ?..?, no doubt, s Ith ? j I ng. It Is
now a new thing, and countless extravagances
ere Indulged In n th ? Many ?.pie ?ire .
??? excess and will presently Und Ibey are lieing
Injured. Th? driNiliug-moiithed, moukej backed
icr Is an offence to the fair face of Nature,
and ?.n?? of Ibes* day** will lie riiMUiied an out?
law, tu be shot on sight In the nan.f common
?I.ney. I.oiil? ?listan? ?? riding and professional
g by women ? an iicxcusnhlc uud irreiucdl
able ???. !. for .' Is a physical Impossibility fur
any woinau to engage In su? h m il ser!
ii lui?;.. Much ??:' the rae Dg done h.? un p is
Useless alni absurd All Ihest! IhiUgS Will |iass,
tins .. - tve passe?I. Bui
rling will remain People will i|ult abusing the
wheel, and will learn in use It rationally, for
? ser lee, >|,,..?:. or bus aess. The ??? ax? w 111 sub
???? pbys ??al and so ? al lieneflts u ill re
A V APPROPRI ITE NOMINATION.
The I'opultats of Weal Virginia have lieen
true t.. themselves In sacking a candidate ?????
itovemor. They bave fourni a martyr and
likewise ? mlra?le-worker. The) have pul f?>r
ward a man who was oppressali by the piulo
crnts of \.w Vork and thwarted In bl? plans
t.. Diake an honesl living b) ihe blue coated
minions of lyramij ?\?,?.\ Populist le heart,
from that ??f Boy Orator Itrynu, who proiuisiHl
Ihe Coxcyite? thai Ibey nilghl tramp down the
grass plots of Washington when h<? hecai ??
President, to that of Carl Browne, u I o also de
maud???! thai tramps lie allowed lo ?;?>?> 11 lawns,
musi give an additi thump ??f |oy t.. think that
the rlglltS Of 111?' I'l'ee Hell ..! \\ '.? ' \ Irglulit .1!. ,
represented by thai greal sufferer In Ihe cause
of liberty, Nathan Ward Kitzgersld. He is a
good representative of the movement which
.Mr Bryan, Mr. Tlllman, Mr. Altgeld and Mr.
John Shechnn defaulter, for.rly of Buffalo
are making In Itchalf of the honest, high
minded Mili. i. is from h gold standard ami
strli t police regulations.
Mr Kitzgcrald has himself ?..?.?? a victim of
persecution and can fully sympathize with ili??
oppressed debtor who |? tyrnnuoiisly mntle to
pay KM ??m. ??n a dollar Instead of ."?::. the
ira\'II?;? whose eomforl ?"unts l. ss with the
liovernmeiii than the preservation of grass,
the reformer who is persecuted because In
n?."m people are killed by the dynamite he
meant for the regeneration <? society, the clij
olticiul who is aiiiis.,,1 because his accounts
happen In I"? !C..!hhi ?htirt. Mr. r'itzgcrilld
or todo him justii?,?. for like "tleueral" Coxey
be has a tit],?, "Colonel" Kitxgerabl once came
io New York, win r.? dwells the mammon of
unrighteousness, In search >>f a living, ami, ile
termlnlng t?? make it hy catering lo ili.? needs
of his fellow-men, in openeal a restaurant In
Nnssan-st. That was ? worthy enterprise, of
l.etielil Imth to lit KgCIH Id .'ll'.l li!s ? llStOtllCl'M,
There was no retisi,?? for the pint... ?rats lo ill
terfere with him. Hut they fourni a pretext
for L-- a ? 11 i 1 ? LT lid of lilis ll|...sll,? of 1.1?.-Ill win?
hail had ih.? temerity tu establish himself al?
inosi al ih?? doors of their banks ami who an
notinced: "l can sit m ih?? from window of
"my st.,|e and make j.p|?< come in l?.\ lb?
"force of Mill. Winn ? sees |iersou |iassing I
"llx my mimi upuii him and keep my eyes upmi
"him ami pretty soon be has ??? turn around
"and ??nue back and come righi int,? my place."
Naturali) the gold bugs wet?.? disturbiti by a
man of such power II.? mlgbl hypnotize their
clerks ainl make them advocates of fr,?., silver.
(if course they had to preserve legal forms in
getting rid .? him. Tbej couldn't thro? hint
off the Bridge or drown him iu a sack. They
lay in wail io catch him. By ami b\ Kltsgcr?
ahi found his business growing dull and the
necessity of advertising upon him. s?. in? or?
dered th?? girl waiters in ins lunch room i?. .ii>
pense with skirls ami array themselves in cos
l?mes that more fully sei ..ff their charms ???
the gaze of th?? masculine multitude. Then most
of these girls of course they were put up in
it by ih?? money changers ?>??????? to snivel
about modesty ainl say thai tin? display of
their lindi? lo gratify ih" prurient rurloslty of
clerks ami truckmen was noi a decent method
?if advertising. Thai handicapped Kltxgernld
somewhat, but with ih<? true gril of a reformer
he persevered. The (?old llUgS ? ?Ullilli t ?|?>\\ li
him that way. One or two utrls were strong
minded enough to put themselves on view in
all the ?lory of Unir sartorial emancipation.
The edvertlseuienl was a success. Crowds
gathered ami idled Naaaau-st, They gased
through the windows ai lh<> skinless forms.
The effort of the gold hues to play ?iti feminine
modeMy against the prosperity uf the Topulist
had failed. Bal the Copulisi had uot counted
on their minion* in authority. Boon the police
appeared. They complained Hint 0? was
stoppili?.' tratti?? truffle of the plut?crata, re
Diember, a Iraffle In human blood, ?? Mr. Bryan
would saj that the .streets must be kefri ?dear.
ami .-ven thai hi? ndvertlolog scheme was an
appeal lo the low Instincts <?f the vulgar
now.?. They arrested Fitzgerald. Ihej nuide
him promise to put his waiter ?iris in skirts
ami not draw ??iirioslty-sockers. They ruine?!
his hmduesa ami be bod to seek a refuge In
smh oppression makes him a fitting Popollat
cnudldate. When it gets so that a man cannot
have waiters in his own store wear such cloth?
lug, or lack <?f clothing, as suits him without
being arrested, when plutocrats take smh
menus ?? ruin a reformer, it is time for a ris?
ing of a ??ne.? free ?.pie t?> throw <>ff their
bonds ami shackles. The Imprisonment of the
llaymarkei l?nib?throwcra vas enough io
arouse Altgeld and his friends. The tyranny
which attempts to prescribe coetumes goea fur?
iher and musi awake even qulcl rdtlzens who
?roui?!'? themselves uol with politi? <?r ex?
plosives, Imi* win? ?lesiie to preserve Inviolable
Ihe righi to discover their own persons (n their
own way. Pltzgerald Is a true lOpullsl hero.
n nd all good Populists should work for bini.
[f In? call ?over th?? whole Stai?? ? ?ili his eyes
and inaiv his supernatural will |iower effective
as a vote-getter ihe Weal Virginia plutocrats
inav wi-ll tremiti?'.
DREAMS, OR 8OMETHIS0 MORE.
"Whal dreams may cune" is ever, in spite of
seien,?.? ami of sceptics, a fascinating question.
Men may pooh-pooh ihe tangled visions of Ihe
night, ami smile with pitying contempi upon
ilioso who lake them serli usly, Vel now and
t h. n on?? comes which ??> physiological philoso?
phy ein explain away. We may say there is
tintbing in It. Mm. as ? matter of fact, there is
something m it when it foretells with ein?.mi
atantlal e?*euracy an occurrcu.f which there
is no expectation and could i??? no foreknowl?
edge, w.? may fall back upon ihe theory of
nice Rm ihe science of permutations weak?
ens In despair before the Inconceivably multi?
tudinous odds against us.
Here, foi example, Is an amply authenticated
ca?*e connected with ihe rece?? disaster In Ihe
llcndrefurgau Colliery, al Gwyz, hi Utiles. It
ncciirrcd ??n a Saturday, Un Friday night one
of ili.liters had a dream, in which h?? saw at
the lioit.uii tif the pit a hideous wreck of ears
ami coal and human liodies He could couni
nearly a dozen uf Ihe slaiu, and In his sleep be
ml Ills ? isioii with fearful fascination t"
? lu? .oui,? recognixe among them bis own
form. \\ le n lie awoke, ~?> rh id was the Impres?
tilo!! of the dream and so powerful its convic?
tion Ihn! despite Ihe Jera of his comrades he
?. fusi .1 in re enter the mine, He stayed oui and
eseap il the ?1 ?as
Thai name Digli ? ? woman living in another
pari "f ihe village, whose son was one of the
? ?11 la rs, had a similar vision. She dreamed thai
she was n ? lie bottom of Hendreforgan mine.
? ? her was a | ile of wreeksge. and among
Hie dead and wounded men she recognized her
son riieti ? seem el mged. She found ber?
edt alone In the mine, then *aw a train of coal
cars .oiae madly down the drift, dashing them
- ?h es und th? . ? bom wfts
? destruction Al thai ?he sen uuied
? 'ii horror, awakening herself and everybody In
nisi?, When tnortiliig came she dismissed
?? ? llet - ' ' irk ?in usual. A
few hours Im ?r he wa. stricken In the .1 taster
?me badlj Injured.
s? these two dreams occurred simultaneously
??? two different and very differently situated
:.-. without the K?ghtesi suggestion nt
provocation, and foretold something which ?>??
l mil) a few hours later; ami they were
r.-i tteii in detail before their fulfilment. Such an
Inciden! m ly not make n tn.iii any more prone
to believe In ordiuary dreams. Hut neither will
.? cive a 1 or romfo'l !.. those w !m -,iy th? ? -
any tli Ing In dreams. To ex piali) it mi any
pnrch pliya ?logical hau In *eem* altogether out
of the question, and ihe reasoning mind Is f.?r.v.l
to a stronger suspicion than ? ver. if noi t.? a con
? ? ' .?. thai "there are mor.? things In heaven
an?! > arili than are dreamed of In Ihe exclusive?
ly m.ii. rial ' ?? pu losoph).
"The common people" Is un?' of Mr. Bryan's
? ? tantly recurring phrases Who are the com?
mon ?.pie? Th <???? w ho enjoy the common rights
republican Institutions. There
are abnul T" ?"??> "? ?? ? of them in Ine country, a
majorit) of whom are quieti) sawing wood for
Repulid? a? bonfires in November.
Th?? launching of the new "steamcr-on
nh.ils." na the rlnsln vessel la call I, has Leer,
followed by the prediction? of sceptical naval
"M? ".i Ilia! th w ill share the fate of '11:111.- ; 1,.
Jected marine peculiarities and is 1 ...it...; 1,.
Th?? gi neral idea of this v? ss. 1 is.. larg ?
rm, with compartments for freight, irew,
etc., HUpported by alx hollow drums, three on
each aid. Inventors' Ideas regarding their pel
llieurl??- and plain matter-of-fact results ob?
tained In actual practice are frequently as wide
t apar! as the poles, as in.s been proven In the
casea of the cigar-shaped steamship, the Besse?
mer saloon steamer, warranted to prevent sea?
sickness, and the twin steamer, bull! to croas the
Kl llsh <??.inn? 1. It \'. ill I.lily a .e\V weeks
, now before it will lie seen whether the Baaln In
\i ittioli is t.. astonish the shipbuilding world .?r
disappoint the sanguine shareholders
Th?? Populists think tint mankind should have
! a 11. han.?.? to tramp down lawns, but it's six
j teen to one that they wish 1.pie wouldn'l wear
? out Major McKlnley'a lav? ? with their feel as
Mr Bryan returns to tins city on the ??Nth of
tins month. This i - another Indication of his per?
mutai vanity. His turnout possible reward, as any
Impartial pen in can tell him, will be to retrieve
m fitiM? m? a iure ins lost reputation for oratorical
ability. This, then, Is the measure of the man
win? ask Ihe Nation's suffrage!
Th? Turk has had l"" years In which t>> prove
timi n.? la until to occupy Constantinople, and
1 if h ? has noi demonstrated II daily during thai
pi rl ?? he haa come pn tt;. near to it. It is time
thai h?? marched out, with the bayoneta >>f civili?
sation prodding the reverse bulge of his i?asn\
red receding breeches So? thai the Busalan
Minister, Lohanoff, his last diplomati? protector
, in l?urope, is gone, he is likely to ?<>. too. As
n desert savage, camped upen the borders of
Kui'.ipo, ins native ferocity unchanged under
the silk and lewela of dominion, he haa been a
, picturesque and Interesting figure, bul never
? m? nt for rule, or authority, or anything elee
excepi to be driven back Into the Scythian
wastes out of which h.in?? It would have
1.n in the ?nteres! of civilisation, and the well
being of all the lands h?? has overshadowed and
misgoverned, if it ha?! ???????? dine ???? ago.
Boss McLaughlin is back in Brooklyn, doing
business at the old stand, Keedless t.. a.i,i that
the habttu.s ?>? the WIlloughby-sL auction shop
gave him a cordial welcome. The ltnss had
nothing to say on politics f<>v publication, bul
the organization which ha holds In the hollow
..r tiis hand is ou! for Bryan ami Bewail, and
Mclaughlin has no need to lulk, thoimh som,?
Interest would attach lo his views on the moat
likely man t" head the ticket t.? ? ? earned at
, When Bryan comes back to New-York and
? rides the length of Broadway, and sees the acores
of McKinley flags, he will think Indeed that h*
is ln the enemy's country.
For many years Hrooklyn enjoyed the reim
tatlon of having a ?at??, supply ?f exceptional"
in.rity. Th?? ?aperte* ? ?,f th?? last v?r or t?
proves that thi.?? I? ,,o longer th- Vase Aa ?
matt??.? of fa? t. Brooklyn has Marty exhaust.!
th?? sources from which good water ran ?TT
taimvl on Lone: Island Already it haa h*.
practically forhklden to draw any more ?
aim neighborhoods that the local supply of *kZ
baa bean interfere.! with by the large draught!
of the city. It Is evident that the timo Ia C,J?
at hand when Brooklyn win have to look el?*!
where for its water, This questi,,,, indeed li
one that will press for early solution after con
?olldatlon becomes an accomptnaed fact"
Whether the Housatonk or Delaware River
Lake George or Lake ?intarlo, shall he draw*
on is a question for the rutare to fed*? but
undoubtedly it will have t?. ha decided few
future not very remote.
As the financial rituali?,? improve?, the Bry?a
shouters grow depraaoed. What is prosperity f0r
the country is death for theni.
Governor i.owni s. of Maryland, ?rill forman?
receive Uovertwr Haattnga on the ba?t|o.n?.|(j n.
Antletam on September 17, when th? Phiiadelohi?
Igade Mon imeni is to be dedicated.
Th? crypt ander the principal entrano?? 0f th?
Rue Du toi institute, s hieb is to contala Pasttur?
tomb, is rapidly ?pproachbiR ooaipfetkm, and hu
remains will probably l?? transferred to ft from
Notre Dame on December .'7. th?? annlverwrf at
his Mrth. At th? entran? of the mull is the foi
low Ins Inscription in French: "Happy i< h?> ??^
???rri? - within himself ? 0 id, Sit Ideal of FWmv
and obey? i'. an ?<???.?? ??f Science, an lcl?al of th?
virtue? of the Ooapcl." la the interior th.? a-eh?.
are deccrati ; with group? of animal?, Mirroj'ndM
by framework .?f vine?, mulheirle? .ii,?? hop? 8vir
? ? ?! winged figure*, representing ?TsjQJ lion?."
Charit) ?nd Science, appear In th?? reso? ?w ?S
cupola, forming a hlghl) artlatic group,
Dr Edward Hitchcock, who la to be relierMof?
??art of nis work in the deparimer.? of physical
?ducation at Amtierst, will still r? main at th?
head of the department. "H.. long conocen?*?jg*
thi phy?lcal department at Amberai," ,-aji "Th?
Spr inerti??,?1 ?? nui?'!' in," "has ? ?. 11 ; s ?? ?? him to b?
fondi?, remembered by more of the -turent? than
any other member of the ? ?? ulty. His ??.:??;.?? na;,
u??? and cordial sympathy ?/uh young t.? r hav?
? : ? ,1 him to ?li, ?nd - "> the
ill on '? ?Id I ??'??' ? v, ?;.?? o.d
lualntanc? Mis haa bet r l?iire at
the vai - etlc meet ? In whl h Amberai ini
??, nta hav? ompeti d, an ? he r< llectlon of hu
? t?? r.i?,!?? form at the b? id of triumphal proett?
?lona la held In vivid remembrance by many.
The ?."a Bhal ol Peral? ;- mxloua to open um
try io International coi mere, ind favors Iks
Introduction ol electricity and steam.
?, u Ion W Wattle? ? leni of the Union
National Bank of Omaha, la th? president of the
Transmlsslsslppl and International Kxpoiitlon.
w . :- ??, I??? held in Omaha In 18M, [? Is probable
that President McKinley, a? he will then be. will
Th? Prendi peoplt have noi yet erected *:atu?
of Balsac, Alfred de Mussel ?nd Victor ? uro. but
I ave Just sel up ot <? of Pr ?? ? Quest ?>?, the
physician of Madam? '? Po .,?ad ur, and th?
author a ever ??? ? - ? ? onomy,
"Cola" Harvey ?:r? ? ?j..v?? out of If? tr polita?
Nati ? .U liaiik of Chicago the ? day, sod In?
?m receiving: (told, After he had ?l?'po?lt??d
the gold In a it ron? ? In I I ?part
n? ut he went horn?, feeling - me of
the money I?.?? had made by hla free ?liver book ?u
-??? th?? free ?liver ticket won.
Bishop Curila (Roman Catholic), who rr-ently
resigned th? See of WUmlngt in, Del., will asoo f?
to Baltimore to (III an Imp?t I " andar Car?
ili: al G
THE TALK OF THF. DAY.
'?'.?? [.adi*?' Club" la the \ ,te?' Anclo-Krenrh a?
Ion to make its . In Parta '? btrta
r' ? ir to h,? talked .heut quite ?? mu-'i ,.s 'u.oseotb?r
fad? of ?:??? sanie clam, "i.iwn tenneea" and "tl
o'clock tr . ??
An ii"n?-?! Man*? Reward "Madam." h? said, 1
.im .. bo? ? ,;. ni 1 !? ?'?'?? h? r? '
"Come int.. the parlor and all down," BH asid.
"When l see a book aaent who isn't afraid to let o?
know his I.?ism? m right at the start I f?f) ?at? In
trusting htm By-the-way, whal do you thin?, of
thi? mo ,: tlon? No* l l?. l?rv?? that the fie?
ig?? ol ?liver .. : the ratio of'
Bui he v\ ?? ?one, ind ta he turned the eorner aha
rould plainly near the snapping of hi? ?.cattails? li
th?? breesc (CI? ?.??? ,?.,! [.. ,,,?. ,
?'!': ?? IV? ? II? a funny ?tory of ??
honesi Uerman milkman <?? the , ipltal. While de?
in? ring ?orni ? ? th? other morning, he ?eld to t?-.o
lady of the la? ?? l>? re \.?.- sootier atan shot last
"In what part of tlooed tho lady at
sh?? han.le.I him
I ?h isi heard a ?? tor u il der polleeaaaa it vas
between der d ? und eoi ilium?up In der
northwest, I ?uhbo Vai ?<??.?? i ame- dee Ca???
,r t?:?. ni do?? new atreeta up der??? .
aln'd II "'
Now- ?loth ihr sluggish bumblebee
H?-s".. Itsell wltl /? at,
?? ?! li h boy?
Who monkey wli ? II ? ? it
- iChlcago Tribune.
There is a little cirl in Columhu?, Ohio, whoee
mother I? In th? habit of asini; th? phrane. "Oh.
don't mention it" when an) mm apotoakaatafear.
This little iiiri was naughty one da) sad her mother
sai,l to her:
"Klsle, what ?rill Qod think when you toll him to
nlght how i>,.?i vou have bet ? to-daj ""
"My mamma." raid Elsie, "he will ?ay: ?1??
.Ion ?. mention It!"
Bad .'..-?? ? have ?????:? here for three days."
th?? stranger Imprea ?lvelj
"Ye?, ?uh." said the landlord of the Oeorga
"And I did have ? notion of Investine mil aatOBS
down here, but If that confounded fellow id w
house across th.? way can't l?? Induced to >top pi?>
Ing 'If Voi Love Me, Tell Me So' on the cornet, ?
.nn going t.? some other town/? .
"Mister." sa?..I the landlord, 'when I tell you wno
tho pore ft'll. w Is, ti., bbe you won't blame him so
much. That there I? To? Watson." -(Indian-ipou*
On? of the popular mtnatrel song? now eurrent to
I. iidon, i id announce a? a recent lmr"rUtton
fr.iTii this country, la entitled, "Away Down South la
Mi htgan "
??i il.? s ?? Bide "Hello!" ?aid the voter to the
t ? t ? ? ui.- el-ctlon manager, "10 o'clock .it night, ?no
the poll? still open?" _.#
Y.-.' sighed the manager, "ver) urgent ?aw
??Why, the law don't allow v?iu" ,,???i-.
"The law be hanged!" cried ihe manager MaJv
Jont - hain't voted vit. an" he bought ? n< ? ^.,'1*1
t.'dny, ai.? -?'in word he wu? ?-corniti ' ?'??11)1
?? thin? ag'ln ih?? law, Oui ?elf-pr. -? ?
fun law er nature, an' I'm a aelf-prtmervatkmaw
A l'lilla?lelph!a man the other da) >ent the folio?
I Ing leti.r to Major McKinley: "I cannol .-ammani
worda capable t.> conve) m> roreamadstlaa and
. ? ,? itulatiom on ?our letter of ?ceepttan.?? Iti??
j gem of .?oiisi.i.i.ii.? contention, commensurate ??
; I'ontrolllng condition?, causes and <iir?> >? "? *lt"
('hrlatlun caution, courteay, candor and ??>????'??
A critical, categorical, comprehendabla ea??!?"?
I complete, comprehensive, rourageoua, cogeal *??
I conclusive; cnrrylng censure, confuelon and coa
?tornatton into th.'tr casualty eamp al dvl ?????*??
ami can! "
TOO M \NV 1.11'S BTC
If other lips and other be rte
Their tale? of lev- ahull tell.
In language whose enceei Imparts
The power they f?sel ao well
With plan.? . ccompanlm? at,
To sav nothing of a flute.
The neighbor? will not do ? thing
But gel ma?! enough t>> ?hool - -
It was reported I lie other . lav from Ihizzanl? B?*
thit there was mo muofa adnd for tfea Pr*"2S
to .??? ftahlng. And yet Bryan was hundreds of mue?
in Modern Parlaaea. "Mo." sai.t the artiat. Jg
don't call these little thlnus we ?lash off to ?" f",
dollar? pot-boiler? any mor.? The* are na* ?""?
universal!) known ?? pot-oponer?.' honer
it is evident tint the gambling spirit M aaaj
rombtng every stratum of so.-l.ty ilr.?llen?P?"-'
The Contlououa Debato.? silver Bag I M" yee
Itry in's arguments are soun.1 ^^
Oilil B?g That's Just It; they are all sound SB?
"Don't acalp aaet" \?ii.?l the trapper when tba
Indian got him down. -.,. eW
"My dear sir.' answered the .Inof. .V0."?? htf
dently not ?war? of the progree? .-ultivation ?
made among the r??l children of the ior"L?irt,w
merely advertise to remove ?uperfluou? ??? ^