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FVORFION ?The Malne Court of Inqulry ex arntned'aev'eral otllcers of the lost t>attle-shlv at Its aeealon ln Havana harbor; lt Ib sald that iverv BUrvtvor of th? Madn, will be examlned. I-- Four rersons were ktlled by a snow Bvalanche ar Bouth Quebeo. =====: CaptalnC arl Heblch. formerly commodore of the Hamburt, Amerlcan Llne. dled on Monday at Ste ttln. r-r? MM Zola and PerrBUB were found gullty by a Paris Jury and aentenoed to be Imprlaoned and flned; the novellafa aentence being one year ln r-rl'on and 8.000 franc llne. the maximum penaltv. ar= The aquadron of Prlnee Henry of Germany and two KuBsian warablpa have ar rlred at Blngapore. = -- The .xportable sun-lus of Aaatrallan wheat is L900 toaa, ===== The steamer Pakahun waa lapOTtad hnrd aground near Nanalmo Harbor. CONGRK^P ? Both branches ln seaaion ? Benate- Mr AlleB'a Cuban bellicerency rider to the Dlplomatlo Approprlatlon blll wa* lald on the tahie. the Vl? Preoldenfa declalon rullng lt out of order being auatalned by a vote ol W to .>. r.. -h.f The Sundry Civil Appropnatlon blll ?waa under oonalderatloa, the debata eoverlaf a varlety of toplos. DOMEPT1C?T.ateat Ir.format'.on ln rogard to the Malne dlsanter recelved In Waahington ahowa that a boller exploslor. could not have been tho cause; the C urt of Inqulry lntlmated that the ship probably could be Bbved. Poatmaater-Ganeral Oary and tn< Oovernor of South Carollna oftered rewarda for the arreat and coavlctlon Of the murderers of Bakex. the negro poatmau ter at Lake Clty, s. C.->'a rlne insuranre companlea ralaed thelr ratea n Yeaaela ln KlondJke regicna. ===== There waa a decllne ln the wheat mark-ts. followlng weak ness in Llverpood == Secrrtary A'.ser re turned to Waahlngton, greatly lmprov-a ln health b^ hla vlalt to Port Monroe. ===== HpPre: aentatives ot leadlng Amerlcan rallroada Mked the lnterftate Conimerce Commlaalon to take furtber aetlon agalnat the Canadlan Paclflc. r-: Govemoi- Black slgm d th- CghaJ Inveatl Katlon blll. ?~ An unaeemly dfteuaalon was T.redpltated ln the Aaaembly by a Deniooratlc attack on the Ralnei law. ===== The plar.s for 'he formatlon of the Central Coal and CnU* Comparv of Ohl.> have been romrleted. ===== An avalanche aear tbe sotith end of I.ake nen nett covered the K'^ndike trail and buried two hundred tOp, of provlalona. CITY fteneral Wealey Merrltl lefj Governor's Ixland on a tour of Inapectlon of the fortiflra tlona ln the Department of the East. a-1 The Bpanish waranlp Vlacaya, It ^<*s announoed, will probablv not leave port until Saturday of thlr. waak. r^=r Two of the wrorklng boat? ?whlch will endeavor to ralse th. Malne ^alied for Havana laal nlght, II was learned that Olovannl Boldlnl, the artlat was ill wlth pneumonl:< at tl,- Waldorf-Aal irla - Wlll lam R. Foater. who is accuaed of stoallng from the Gratuity Pund of tbe Produce Bzcbange, ?was releaatd on $20.(?00 ball tbe bond being fur ntahed hv Bamuel W Mlllbank. == T. n "U'ard. a Wall itreel broker, won the amateur cha::.s loi hrp ' Imi rtca at tbe pigeon shoot ln the Cartaret Gun Club grounda ===== St?>cks were weah and i iwer. THR WHATHER --Indlcatlons for to-day: Threatening. The temperature yeaterday: High est, 41. lowest. ,".n avi,.^, ; :t'-4. riro "lr.iA* BCABBB." Great Brlta!n had a "war scarc" not long ago. There ^vah n raetton la a feudatory Stat?'. A great rtrsJ PawaT aeetai d Inclinod to lnler fera Othef Powera looked oa ir. gapposad bait ajBjfrltadllaaaa There aroae a ootion tbat per hnpa the tlmo was ::t haud when Brlrauuia aould have to facc the aTOrid in Brma for the lutegrtty of her emplro. The Britlah Govern raent probably ded DOt aharg that aotlOB, Bul Just to show what lt could ilo if neod ahould be, lt gavo the arord to lnoblllze the Fltet. Tbara reiua.a''d la tvef] port hr.?iiml ttie worhl an aagfaa farea to hc.;d it aad to safe^uar-i BritJab commeree. The graall aqaaaVoaa in tha f'han nel, tha Medllerranean and elsewhore reinaiued ln Bjaea. But apart fiegfl aml ln additlon to theae there Hpraiig ta vlcw aaaPthar mlghty ftotiiia, of frhosa exlatetvra tha ararht had been uneonacloUB, yet whlch wan in Kaatf equal In atrength la alaaBBt any wh.de navy in the world. A slnglc day gufUcad tC ihow that Great Britaln was ready tu mect not OOlj anv Power, bntany leaguc nf Pawara, thal conjd ba broaghl ugalnst her. There ls talk af a "w.ir acara" here and bob-. For the lnst ibrea jraara men in the halbi of Congreaa and In the pabllc prlnts have \hh>i\ rhiniorlng for war. Bhd dolng il.'i: laal.tvolcnt araral to briug ir on. Unioward Inddcnta bave givcu them oppjitur.it;,. I'aMiy bacaoae of their perniciotis yoclferationa, and partly f"r other reasoiis, ihe possll>l!lty of war has re cently been forcad apoa the cotMddaratloa of even the paaa-Blnded and Judldoua. And what H the st.ite of the Nath.nal detVaea? The Adiulnlstrati >n, witli admiraMe promptBcag and Bteadlness of judguieut, ls aVataaj all that tha Constluitlon puta wituln ita iwwer ta do 18 make the mllitary and navnl resoureea af tbe Natlon available and adeqv.nte to ftny pea alble tieWl Yet the very energy wlth' whlch It la ax'ting showa how much there la to be doti" and how great Iihs baaa the negleet ??f the lu?t few jBBBfa, Tlie Navy ls cunfenaedly Inferlor to the one agalnst which lt mlght be matchud. Ooaat and hnrbor fortlflcatlons are lneompleto. Gou8 are w .thout carrlagei or ammnnltlon and wlthout men to work them. Nothlng is ready for a coutingeney which haa been in miud for years. A dclaratiou of war would m*an a wlld nnd despcrate acramble to do ln a day vork that aaaoadd have been done years ago and that c.'iniint be done sova in a dut extent of tlmo. Tlmf Is tlie a.tur.flon. It it. well to und. r gtand ir cxa.ily as it 1k. Thata !s no valof ln bluaterini.' nnd no patiiatlan in false pre teuces. J ba eirength of this Natioii ;.?? QBj doubted. Its uHlmate viotary over any hee tlle I'iu r or 1'i.wcrs would tiever for a iuo ment ba in dotjht And ga) Power 1b goln- t.> bo ao rasb a? to tal c advnntngi- of our larl. of ataparatloB. To do ??? aratdd bo m comntt the mo?i coaaaaal Uundor on recurd. But I aeltber ougtat any Aracrloan to mnke this an oc i caslon of blg words for which thero Is no nde ; quate backlng. There ls no prosent need of | war talk. Thero ls no present dnnger ??f war i Tbo Improhnblllty of wnr wlth Bpalfl Is grBBtcr to da.v than It was | weok ago. and lt is grow Ing greater every dny. The one sljjnlfirnnt and luiportont BVBBBBl fart ls the med of nuuplet lng an udeqtinte system of Natlonal dcfetne by land and s? a. THF MAM FOR THE UOJ'R. The admirablo address of Presldent hfcKlB ley on tbe .hnracter of Washington has ejldtod from thougiitful men of both partles hrarty BBBUBBlnBg of thankfulnoss thnt tho F.xenitlvo raaponsibllltj now rests on tho gborjldera oi a man so laajaniMIni tbe tiist Chlef Magistrate ln mnny traits. Kx-Prosident TIarrison has Jnst borue testimouy to tho profound eonfldoneo which PresUtent McKlaley has inspired by his condtiot tlius fnr. Thero la Been no poslng for effeet, uo aensailonallsni, no feverlsh haste to de.-ide, lest tbooc BOt cbarged with grave re gpooalMlhr* tdiotild thlnk him too slow, but also no laek of caia and thoroughness in prepara tlon, or of declsion and promptaaaj ln BCtloB when tbe proper time has eome. lt M with n deep aeaae of rrilef that tbe eoBBtry finda its grarcol iBtereata ln the hands of a mau of fdngulnr CBlmBOSa and silf-eommund, not flur rted by mosi excltlng events, ablo to set the COOntrj I grand exampie of patleuce, dolibera tion aad acraatjlatja Jaatlca, and at the bbom time preparing with singuiar energy for any eotirse whieh the occaalOB may requiro. President McKinley eleatij renllzes thnt the way to nfosorvo poaeo ls to mako ready for war. If any evcnt whatever eompels tho Na tion fo repel attack or wrong, lt soenis that the Kxenitlve wlll not be foaad unready. within the llnilts of posslblo preparatlon Bzod by Con gresslonal failures. Cou^'ress ajgo beglns to n<*t rather than tnlk, and the passage of the bill to ra'.se two artillery rcgUaeata for servico in coast fortlnYatlons ls an importnr.f thoue/h be lated Ftep. Tbg men OUgbt to be drllled al? ready. The Sctiate'K iacreaoO of appropriattons for dofonce should lead the House, not lacblBg ln patrlot'o' vlgor and promptaesi of tCtlOB So mnny other oasos. to revlse Its cmrse. With sometliln^' done, BUCb romalns to bo done. I.rss than a thlrd of the gaaa and tlieir om plarements aiked for hy tbe Board on Fortifl catloaa )::is yet beea prorlded by CoBgreoa. Tbe flrst great 16-lach gUO is completed oat of thlrty-two deemed BeceBBgry, Coagreaa hns ap pfbprtabkd la ai! i<-ss thaa $10,000,000 f<>r eom pgrttoa ap to Jnly <>f tweaty foar 12-mcb gana out of 2<h> requlred, elghty-two 10-inoh out of 180 reqalred, thlrty-tbree 8-Iacn out of 101.1 re qaired, ilxteen beavy rapld bro out of lt?0 re? qulred. and 'J..0. 12 laob taortara oat of 1,032 reqalred. Ualeaa Coagreaa hi prepared to take the reapoaolblllty nf dlfferiag from tbe Board as to reqalremeata for Satloaal defeaea, tbe work of propgratloa iboald not be Mmited any longer by wjint <>f money. One or two Sinators have expressed doabt wbetber more taoae; .-;. tald \>" ipeal for powor fal BarUo-ablpa. Tbe statemont of Captaln Ma aaa as to tbe aeceaalty and nafety of tbla araa of tbe Natloa'i defence ls arortby of the hlg 1 eal welght. Bat rejapaettag all the deiails of preparatlon for National safety. it i.? only fair to aay thal Ooagreaa aaoald be largely gaided by mfonaatSoa obtalaed from tbe BxecatlTa De partments. Mneh of that lafonaatlOD ought Dot to be made pul.lk-. liui the counrry knows that tho Execatree reapooalblllty !? nader the per ponal ehar?-o of PrealdoBt IfcKlBley. He ls the nctlvc and coBtrolllBg hend of tbe Ptate and Navy and every other Departaaeat, and tbe coaatry has in h!m su"ii atroag eoafldeBee that? lt wlll not fall to Mistain Coagreaa in aathotiz lng the expenditures which he deliberately pronounces nn-os^ary for puhlie def.nce. A eojaj, <?ool man, swaycd by no excltement or passion and resniutoiy facing every eajergeacy, is a man Bpofl wboao Jadgcoeat Coagreaa and the eotintrv inay safidy rely. ? .1 V 0BJECT-LE8S0N. Tbe bcbavlor ot' Mayor N'.an Wyck tiio othor day, wh?n tbe commaader <<( tbe Vlscaya araa preseated to blra by the Spaalab Coaaal-Oea rrai. hanliy aeoda cbarocterizatloB. Ii was ln perfi -t keeplug arlth that ofBclara coadacl over ibice be was laducted .n'o tbe kfayoralty, i' la lta own characlerutatlon. it taay be said. howevor, that it adda aaotber to tiie autay Ulaatratloaa bow of re??ord of tbe lagacity and foresigbt of Mr. Bl ibard Croker wben be ea joined aUaaea upon bla eaadldate dartag last fali's eampalga, Mr. Van Wyek'a temper aeror would bare atood tbe itraln of peraoBal ooa tact witii tba rotera, and bla taaaaera would certainly BOver bava commended him to tbolr lupport. it was a shn-wd piece of polltlcal tactlci to keep blm out of sltrht during tho ram palga. Now tba! be is on aboar eeery day at the Clty Ilall, and the ritizon wlio inay have baalaeaa wlth hlaa la expoeed to a toach of hla temi>er and 11 taatl of bla niiiiutrs. Mr. Crokcr'a aagadoaa baadllag of blai dartag tbe marpalgo is begtaalag to be aopredated. But it aroald ba bardly Jnst or falr to glve Mr. Croker the eole erodll or dlscradlt, wn'.-h ever lt may ba?of tho eampalga managorni'iit who?e rlpealag frnits wo sro ln tho Clty Efall and all ahotit aa to-day. Indeed, It would be no more than tratb to ggy that the Tamm.i:iy viotory bul Sovember was dae more largely to Piatt than to Croker. Bat t'"t- tbe tactlca of tbe pfatt-Oalgg machiae aad tbe d:\ision tbey ere ated in the interost of Tammany Van Wyck would not have beea Ma\or and the olty would not have boea uader Taanagay coatrol, if gboaM not ba forgottea thal Crokcr'a aaceeaa ln koeplag his eaadldate in the backfroan 1 aad out of pabl '? ilgbt araa due ajmosl eatlrely to t!io fact that Platt and Qaigg aad the macblae BepabUcaaa made ao Bgbi agalaai blm, bat de vnted all thelr eaergiea to attacklag the citl zens Ualoa and lta eaadldate, Both Low. From beglaalag to end of that dbtgraccfal eampalga piatt and Mnis:* and thelr dlarepatable orgaa, "The New-York Stin." arata so OCeaplad witii attacks upon emlaeat BepabUcaaa eoaaocted with the dttaena Daloo moremeal that they had never a arord in crit'.cisni or dlsapjiroval of Tammaoj or its caadldatea Vou may aoarch in vain tbrougb tbe apeecbaa of tba Platt-Qalgg orators en tbe Btump <>r the eolamaa of the ' PUtt-Qalgg orgaa for n sin^lo word of dlsap proval of the Tammany ean<lldate? Why, tlK-n, hhonld that <\ind!date rome out mto the open and aabjecl hlmaelf to tbe flre of the oppoaltloa whoa tba exocatlra bodv und tltular boad of that oppOBlUoa, wlth an Bctlve and unseruiulou.-, n.-v -paj.cr organ, were not only dolng liltn no hanu, hut aotually bfiplBg bia canse hy erBBtlag Internal dlBBCBaloaj ln thetr own ranks? It was Croker who eaJolBOd K'.leno.. upon Vaa Wyck, "to hg stire. bnt It whj< Platt and Qatgg who dld hls work mueh Baore efffotivoiy in so eoodactlBg the Repabllcan aaa palga that thera was no;th<.r prov.^ntion nor pretext for hls bgOaklag lUeace. The war tho maehlne was BMdttBg 00 th- Cltlaooa Ualoa a-id its enndld.ite BltVd tba DUUk mind to the ex rlusion of th- aaooatlaj and vltal issue, wbleb araj the dofaal or trtamph of Tammany De mocracy. Betareoa tha eeataadmg BepabHcaa factloag Mr. Van Wyck, najiBaatlonad, obacara und uiiknowu, gUd aaally into tha aaal ba to day occaplea arlth ao much dlatlactloa, aad the Tam many liemorrae.v into the Blgceg of wlilr-h they are pgXBBOOlBg to maki the mo?t diirlng the next foin ycara. Nor vsuk ih'ih any BCddeot Ihousanda of Republlrans belleve. and have good rensons for their Mlef, that the reaull was broiighl aboiit by cold-blooib'd trca.liery on llM DBfl of Mr. IMatt as "the Master" nnd Ihe machiiie maii arers who obeycd hla will. It was as Platt'a repreaaatattra and moutbpiece thal Bdwaid I.autcrbach had openly praCUlBafd that lt would be battar. far b.'tter, to akci a Tammany Daaso crat than I uoii-partiagfl B< puNICBat If Wli in puisiiaiice of thal daclaratloa thal tha Tracj campalgn was bagua an.i rarrled "ti. it arga aaccaaafal it landed v*an Wyek In the Mayor alty. Ha slts there to day as an object IcaaOD. And tha laaaoa ougiit aot ta ba loat Ha was elccted becauxe he was BOl known. I! was Croker'a poUcf aai t.. lei bbn ba known. Bul it was Platfi poiicy, after all. thal dlyarted pub llc nttention from hlm and made II DBDeceaaarj to |)iit iiim ln evidence. , TUE BBVTBNCB UFOB FBBJfOB JU8TICB The farce is plajad out. It will be well lf the gaqoal d<? aot proro ta be ? tragedy. it may ba that Dreyfua was gullty, thal bla irini was l'alr and hla scutonee jtist, afod that Ihe dcman-l for a raopanlag of tha caaa iias been uafound e<l. But tlie Frencb court arbicb has been ?lt ting for tha bul fortnlght and wblcb yeatar day concln.led its Utbora, bai done all thal was in its puu-er to do ti) porauade men otherwiae From the ontset there \v:is an IndlcatlOB Ihfll justice aroald aot ba done. The procacdlnga of 1 almosl every day convlnced falr-mlnded ob ' servers that 11 arould ool la?. Tbe arhole Irlal Jturtiflea tho angptd >n that lu aoch a caae Joa Uea is not to be had In a ii mcb court That is a moel aerloua thlng t<> aay, nnd Bometblng thal la to be aald only arltb Ibe nt . musr ralnctancc. The btgb alandard ?.f clvillxa tJon aad cnltnre thal prevalla In France, tbe chivairic gplrll of tbe nntion, tbe lofty paraonal character of the men who are at ihe bead of the Slate, all constrain OB ! 10 tahe tha moal fa vorable view paulble of Offli ial proc.11a gfl there, it la, noreorer, ? depbrable thlng lo : be compelled to condemn the fJndlnga of n I court of justice as onjoat But there ia ao al ternaiive. The Judgmenl of tbe coort com manda ao more reapeel than dld its daily pro '. ceedinga, wben it araa tnrned over to tbe aaraj of ? howiing mob of Jew boltera, Tbe eondu 1 of the trial was a traresty on Juatlce. The rer dict and sentence reacbed nt ir.. cloae i.ia\. for '. .-il that. be Just. But the arorld cannot be aa pecti .1 ao t<. regard them. IL Zom caa afford to aerve tho Imprbwnmeni nini pay Ibe Dne decreed by the Coort No 1 ligbt-mlnded man aiil tataan bim the leaa. Every day la j.'iil an.i every franc of tin" will aad n new laaf ta bla eroarn of laureL The rcrdlcl and tha aentence paaaetl by tbe arorld upon Prench juatlce, as manlftated in this tria1. are other and more aerloua mattera. tJnder them the good name and honor <>r France caa not afford ;o raat m. Zola baa fought a bravp ligbl for the rlndicatlon of Captaln Dreyfua There la now needed a champibn to Bgbi for thi rlndicatlon of France. HFMAMT) IV 801 TB < ABOLTNA. A dlfference of oplnkm may exlal ai io the fiiness for ofnee of Fraei r B Baker, arho araa the n?gro poatmaater al Lake ?'.t.\, s. C Then is a fair Beld for dlecuaalon r.s to tha wladoui of appolbtlng colored men to bandle tbe mall* in placea arbera raee feellng runa biffa and white people ii;siike bavlng t.. deal wlth col? ored afBce-hotdera Bai there caa be aa tu riewa among clvillxed men of the attack madi in ihe dcad of alghl on thla poatmaater*a bouae by an armed mob, wblcb aet Bre to the bulld Ing and not only kllled blm but alao shot h!s wlfa and cblldren, Includlng an Infant in arma, a? they were drlven from bome by tbe Samei This was not the work ot mere murderera It was the work of MVagCa, Tbe crlme was not done by wlld Kurd tribeetuej on the women and children of an Armen'.ga Vlllage, aor bj some Afghan on tha famlly of the Britlab ln vader, nor by a Ruasian mart.n-' on wme Blberhtn exlli a, aot by Tnrklab maatera of wretcbed Cretana, aor by Bpanlab aoldlery on Cubaa rebebv aor araa bj red Indlana dancing naked aboul a pralrle aebooner camp. lt waa done by white men. deecendanta of the found ers of ono of the thlrteen orlglnal Btatea of ibe Amerlcan Unkra, tbe boaatad leader of the world'a latos'. an.i beal clvllizatlon, II oc? curred in ? profaaaadly Chriatlas communlty, wbere cburcbea abound, wbere achoola have long exlated, where courta alt, wbere booka are read, wbere virtue la bonored, wbere cblvalry proclalma itseif at home. Almoal aeventy yeara after Hobert Y. Hayne challeoged dvlllgatlon ? > matcb the Btate of Laurena, Rutledge, I'lnck aey, Sumier and Ifarion, South CaroIUia la Btalned with a flendlafa and cruel a.'t of blood she<i which was not equalled by anythlag in the bufder warfare af piaaeei og daya. This crlme eaaool be excoeed, as other vio lent outbraaki in the Soutb have been. as the act of a mob flred by a aoble if ungovernable rage to aveoge eome WTOUg Nor even ean lt be expbtlaed aa polltlcal, f..r II dld not s'..p merely with tbe murder of an nnpopuhu peraon. Neltber was it tha act of ? few Irreaponaible outiaws. Thla Infant-alaugbterlng, womaa abootlng, man-buTnlng crowd was practleally gn aaaBmblaga of tbe wblte communlty of tbe nelgbborbood. Thi ir aavagery was the cui mlnatlon of a cour.se of peraecution wblcb ap pareatly had tha rappon or some of tbe moal promlnenl peeple la the Btate. All Boutb Caro llna la dltgraced by them, for BoutL Carolina has been for yean edUCBtlng her people in lyncblnga, mob-mardera and raee pataecutJoni until mnrdar has been made a natural instni ment of polltlcal COBtrOTargJ an.i the Ulllng of an ini.'iut lu its niotbar'a arma approprtati Ij filled out tbe niea?ure of Smitli I'ainlina's bar bartan dehaoch No doubt theae Carollaa murderera ol cbll" drea are ardent cbamplong of Uberty, Every tlnu they haard thal Wayler had baimed the famlly of aooM Cuban their cblvalroua blood probahly boantflad fas:, and they longed to ~> and brbag paaea and proBperlty to tha Aatillca. Wben tbe afaine aash tbeir bear i were wrung for tha wldowi and arpbaaa, and they yearned >.. wipe away all teara, To-day tbere is weep ing in I.ake Clty. A n.otlier wecpa for bar dead babe, ehildraa eaaaa crying over their own wounda ta waap for a dead fatber, ? fatber aad chUd Ue bunied by the Braa of thelr own bome. What ean theai South Carolina people do to wipg away those tanral 1HK FOIWTIOB or 8TBBAMB. The recent dacbilon-^i DM8t rlgbtaoua one oi tha CatuMcticut coort ba the aomawhal aoted riper's Bfoak caaa iias arauaad Boch latereai ihroughout tha oaoatry, and penjii. aJaawbere than on Piper'a Brooh who are Buffering from aucb evils as dld the plaIntiff in thal caae are aaklng if thej are nol entltled u llke rellef. Among many COaUmnniCattong whlch have eome to hnnd upon the gabjeei one may |,(- quoted ns a type, it eaaaa from a rinaga :n tha gnhurba of ? avell known dty In tha tatarloc af thla Itata, aad coaaptalaa ?>f tbe poUutioa of a atraaaa hy the lapourlag <.f thal elty'a b.-w age. The writ.-r is g man .,f moderate inean.s. He has a llttle bome oa the banb ?.r tbe atraam. Often in gammet be and hla f.nn !y aie driven from the booae by tbe atench from the fonl watar. Tha ralue af tha place bai been greatly d.Keciatcd by thal aame cauae, and be could nnu scarcely s.ll H g| :inv ,??,,,. Ht h:l, Il()! the mniie.v to BBajBga ln g BUll Bgalaat the clty The Btreapj nowi thratagh i Aalry diatrlct, and moeh of tbe tlme tha cattlo will uot drlnk lu wator. Tho writer's brother stnrted a woollen factory, bal foaiad tha water too favl for aaa ln it. and had tO abamloti UM works. Ty|)hold ferer aml other fteajBaea fflraetly BttrlbBtable to iiiiii and poUatod arator of?ea prerall thare and .I:iirri many vi.-tiins. "Is thero BO aray," tha writ.r aaka, "in whieli the rvil ean be gbatedF fea; II u to be balktretl there is. A dty bti no DOffl right to inaiiuam B pii'dk BBJBBBCa than has au indlvidual. Tho tendenoy of lacaal ?tatote higladaiiofl is atroagty a?ninst the p<diu tion af raaalag atreama, a rity. as an indi vitliial. may Baaka aaa of B stn-atn whh'h BOWB tbroogh or paat it. for baalBoaa or for plaaa nre, bul it bi boaad lo kft tha Bow proeaad ba its aelghbora balow la aabataatlally ualmpalrad quality .ind quaatlty. It has no BMHrB right to poUatc tba atraam than to dtrert its eoaraa or to atop bs Bow. Over aml over again the courto have htdd that all pgfBBBB owning Bfaperty Bloag tha baaka af n Btraatm are rotttled to the iis.- and enjoym'-nt Of tba water. and to have it Bow la its naturai and Bccaatomed coarae, wlthool oaatractloa, dlreraloo or eorraptloB. And this tltle never hceomos rold until an ad rerae eaatmaol h.-ts boea acqatrad. The fact that tbe pollOtlOB is of lOOg BtBBdlBg ls no ex caaa. it ratber aggraYataa tbe faalt PaUBtwa of b atraam ls a pabttc Bataaaco, and to m.iiti tain a aahataca is a mlademeaaor or a ctime, and peralateaca ia aach an act is in Itaelf aa gdded oaTeace agalaal tba law, it :-? a beary undertaklag for a atagla indl? vidual of bbmII meaaa to eater lato Ittlajatlon wlth n rica meaiciiMi] corporatioa. Bal it is a moaatroBa thlag for aach a corporatioa, relylag upoo its Btreagtb aad \i> waakaeaa, to oppreaa blm, dcprire blm of bla naturai rlgbta, deatroy tbe value of hls propcrty, Impalr hla bgppiaeea and endaagar hhl h<>alth .iik! Hfe. if oao man |g ahle to aadertake tbe Bfbt ho abosld ba reaaoaably certaln of aocceaa. if ho is doI able, it ahoald bo BOBBlMe for a nuniber of sufferers ;.. iinito in i caae agalaal thelr deapoller. II would nor take many repotltl.ms of tho Pipor's Brook caae lo atart a rerltablo paale amoag maalclpal aatborltlea, and to drive them. whoio sale, tO quit befoullBg and BOtaoolBg tbd oratera of tlie Iand. Bonte of the ehoap sonraMon-mongera havo turued aroaad and begua to preach aermooi on the patrlol reatralat aod moderatloa In i :..s of ao mueb BBXlety and perll. This ls after they have d .no a!l they COUld tO ? I nnd trrr?.;!>:?, BOCtOty, and as an exhililtlon of hypocrlay is up to the mo?t Irapadeat ataa lat kaowa. ZolB may rongratulato himstlf on having .1 ? ifi refuge for a year That |g more than raoet othi r From hmea ar.- aura of. A rellef axpodltloB In aearch of Aadree, under tbe dlrectloa of Profeaaor Nathorst, Bwi lea oarly in May. Toward tha cori ipoad :ne date in tho enaalBg year aaotbar axpedltlon la iik-iy to ba sent out ln aearch of Profeaa r Nathorat, and thesame expedlent to be kept up IndeAnltely, th- Pola Btlll remalntng tho Famo -- and Invlolable guporatltioo lt has alwaya been. An orator who wants to rasa MOITO Castlo right otr qalck ahoata "Tho Ualtod Btati like a aleeplng lion." and he tnlghl hava addi I that the lton has hard work to aloop boeauao Of waking as.se.j of eouroa tho pniice Maglatrataa want to aboi Ish the rotathn ?ystem. Thit ayatem was de vipe.l tO prevont them from BBgBglBg In tlvlr favorlta occupatlon of runnlng a polltieal ma .-hlno. IB tho Afrloan troublt i of Frat.ro and F.ng land lt Is BOt so easy as lt ought to bo to aee where FttXXy \\u/.zy comus ln. He ls really the iwner of tho prcmteee ln dlsr-ute, hut nelther of the dlsputants paya tha BllghtOOt attention to him. Ltka Mr Jellaby durlrtg tbe eeaalooa at bl ? of tbe Borrlobooui Oha Mlaslorary So elety, he may loan his bead agalaal tha gBl ' pOOt of hls own but wlth tbe alr of one who Is taking a llborty. it la mthoe Bard ea ruaay Wiizzy. but it ls hy no mfiiti" a novel laoldOBt in hls experleneo. -^ The Iudlana Popultsts have a new and i Tt. n slve platform. The only thlng lt lachB is a piar.k aboUohlng the law of gravttatlofl and tho Btomlc thoory. _ .- ?. "I beg rf you that. In the <!,>groo you rlnse. tho "ballot boi agalaat tho ij-norant, you otie,, the "schoolhouse " Is Mr. Bo BOT T. Washlngton's appeal to the Loulalaaa Coaatlttttoaal Coavea tlon. It ls t. il mada eacluetvely nor even prl marlly In bebalf of the COlorod raoe, of which Mr. WaablagtOB ls one of the foromost rhar acteru. Tho BtBtO of Loui.Mana wlll he tho ehlOl 1,'ali.er If lt Is bOOded, aml the chlef loser lf lt ls not. -4 It ia Roborf tho laatjr, Whoa thore ls a rhanre to talk lnsolently and rolubly to a "ro former." bat it is Robert tho Blleot, whon % \ breedtag reqalroa a ooartooaa Kfoetj'.tr to a forolgn Kuost paylng an oftt.lal vlslt. -e Thero ls a moverr.ent on foot ln Porlln to pro vlda fre? ooaraaa to physlclans. In whh'h they ?ball ba laatructed la all tbo inws N-arina upon the profeaaloa and its praetleo. There, as boro, tba :"un>; man froob from the untv.rsity doea BOt know tnuch, and ib In great nee^l of a post graduata eouraa to acqaalat him wlth braaeboa of hls profeoalOO <>f whlrh he wlll some day stand in tirgent BOOd. Ac.ordlng to the plan propoaed, tbooa arho have takiti oagrooa and dlplomas ata to ba KU|>nlled wlth further Instruo.. tlon, recelvlng olear explanatlon of the lawa (oncernlnK ho iilents, InaurBBCO, Judh-lary futu: tloaa atid tho like, ao far as possthle perfoctlng thelr equlpmeat for the arduoua and i.*?ponsihie. dufjea of thelr profeaaloa. Formerly they pickeii up tbis laformatloB a.s they areot aloag, with th< ebaaco <.f poss?ssin)r some Boti of maotery of it Ute in Hfe; now It Is t? be bapartod practically aa a part of tho rogalar oouraa of study. -* Hugh MeLaogblln tlnds that when the cat la away tbe mlCO wlll play. When he g.-ts t.a. k lt wlll be Interestlne; to BOB lf MBaroey" Tork wlll be as anxlous to ball him aa ba ls to n.ul.t: nolBe ln the "old man's" abaaaoa, lt may yet be n'-cessary to change the provorb lo: "War's a gBOM that wero th'-lr rOBdora artoa reportora would not play At." FERBONAL. Rtch.ird Olney, ex-Secretary of Stute, wlll o"? iiver tho mxt laoturo in ti.e eouraa on "i'ivi.- Dutlea itrd Boforma" in Bandora Thaatro, Barvard I'?.. , on IVedneadaj avonlng. iiar.-h j. nis ?o.iii j. t wlll b>- "Iateraatlenal Isolatlon "f th? Unlted Bl ite " MfcM Margaret Pupe. the dauKhter ol Colonel A A POOO, tho wi-ll-known BBBBUfa tur..-r of Meyotoa Wlll l"% BUarrtod eoon after F.a&ter to Freonun Hlnoklejr. A f. a ?!?>? iUiO. aaya one of tho Bouth flaiaiail . . idloi a o- rotunUag t.> tho barraoka of Ludwlgaburg (Wartomborg) troat an asouraloa to luburba i*. wa* aoai tba tln for arenlng .li.ll. aad bo was ln fe.(r of tieinR 1.-.. Buddenlj i ?mall vhi. Ie, Jnven by a in.in ln elvltian'a elothoo, .il".. .ir.-.l. ? M.\ l not take th<j \ . '.: ., ? ,: v.'ir -1! ?Ii ??? i?k-.i tha aoldler "i am lata . ir drllL" ?rii ba glad >>f rour company." oaaaa the replr. 'i.... trooper lowi tha aaai. A fou taloutea later, . al hla watch he gi iw . ^ "P .i don aie " bo went on, i i r.- k vnn t.> iirh-.. faatort l bara greal (? u ??? n.> , iptali who i-. ?' trlot dlaclpllnarlan lf ; am a pnlnute lati ha a III pul no In th< guai Ih i "To what barracka do >oi belong ?Tho K Barra I " "Very well; wa aball attlve in time" Tbo ilrUer Wblppod UB bla ta Bl, and ln a short llroo drew up befora the k^:- of tbo barra ' "rii.ink you. ^lr,?? aiti.i ihe aoldler, In ileacendlng Wuilu U.o iuu of Mara waa ktlll bea/log hla ac ; knowl-.lcments. the offleer on duty Bl tho armory l i,.,,i ordered the guard to preeenl arroo Tne | drlver of tho vehlcle wa* the Klng Of WBIieaa , bori .M. BoaqUI t, who has IgatOd as one of the law r0ra I thi Eela trlel, araa fonoorly r Dagaty, hav Ing repreeeated Oard in tho aatlooal nssomhiy for thirteen reara He retlred ln IBB, .leHining a re ...,,i iraa appolnted ?< counooBOf at the Parla i <.:tr 1 -* Qeorga i: Tboratoa, who eemarittel aaleaaa tho other day la 6 aror, araa tho grot <-hi..f of BBllee ol tho Colorado eity Ha araa bara in Caaaoetlaat ? * in iau-'M ba araa i BBeaabei of the poilco of thla - nv Ho ??? ii al thi bo M of the i i.iiv, r |.. i .. ? from i* l to '? ?' Oeneral Maxlmoviteb, wtm hns paM hoen a? algned to the eoniBAaod of the Thlrd \rmv Corpa of Bui m. is atxty-eta reara otd, bat la atlll i "'? i .i Ptiaca Chtcherbatof who i- ta eoeaaBaad the B ond Corpa l? mor- tbaa Btaty?tr. ? old and Oi ner d Dmltrovsky, who i to ' ? head of the Twentli th Corpa, ha ? ? ? ? i . - Blity-fourth blrthday. Theae hang< have txen becauaa of the rreatlon of tWO n<w army ? "It ls more than thlrty y-ars." BBga K'nator of ifim. ita, aa ? I I aaaa to ? 'v' ' eollectlon .t worka relattag to Kapol oa Boaaparte , . ? l I bara a ? ilated Bboul ? i hundred rolumea, some of then rari nnd priceiew. My eollectlon waa luatc'intori before tho r*apo leonlc fad aet In, und waa atarl i '? bubo of tho 1 i hav.- f,>r tba greateal taaa Fraaea aaa ever known." Tba Rev. Cbarlaa B. lefcoraea, araa aaa boea ealled to the aaatorata of tt.. Br< idwei 1 nacle, ln thla cttjr, wlll preaeh bla fareweU aermoa to hla peopla In Cheleea, Maaa., aoal Buoaay. A ( ituro of tnterest nt the aOSl BOBBBiaBOOBlOBt ofB ii ket lege,atialam. Va.oa JuaeII,arlll ba thegi duatlon of one of tho Bre atudeate froaa C i i ution -Kiu BeuBg Barb, who arlll he the hr.t c iroan to taka tba bobti I I of Arta In Amertca, or In tba arorld. Addlt Intereal wlll bo glren by I reet aea af tba I ean ofl who ??:?.. vlt; il ?.-. i to be :?!? eni Prln< - Kul Whu. th< . ? :? Kmperor; Prlnce M n N who repreai nti .1 tb Emper the Ci i ' H i . Mr. 'i e Fom Unlted Btal ind Mi v ? I tary of l rean Lcgatloi ernor Tyler of Vli rlnl ? . ......... Albaay, Poh 83.?Dr. DavM B. Bmlth, of the tn Normal ''oiioge, at Tpallaatl, Mleh., haa ted iTtncipal of the Brockpoii N n i I. al Br ickpori Monroa < lounty, I i ai Ice i Te t July I. THE TALK Of TI1F OAT. A forelga paper aaya that tbe I of f?or ted th.u two offl ' i ? of tha Do partmenl of Forelga Affalra aad a ? I ? hoid tl B ? iti raadlnaaa to depaii foi - ih tha moaaoat a dlapat i ls n li | tha dt ii n of i'i li ea Bl ? in a thi aa Cnancellor. Tho mleaton of ? ? . .f tbe Bmi ra ot all " ? Prlace'i i I rora aaj bavo bi i r bbovi d I bardly i marh of Hla Ma> l ir <?? rtaln revi I il ? -. (| t |. |n a raaeally k!" ea oed thal him. "Doi ! Icnows my i a mu.r ? i tl. .ti 1 ? ' : Aaroi - ? ' ? te of J kt wi on by tho CouBtoai of warwi.-a, "Tho , : ; rlata tkM foUowtof pari I ,"Tho Carpeater and the Walrus": i Coui lea ? aad tba Di aaa - * \\ere walktag baod k haad; They ?,.pt iiko aarthlag i ? i>'? ? , ? : ? ng rulo th ?if it could all bo awept aeray.' They aaM, it aroaM be gra ' " If I ehould wrlfe your hfOBBOhfa Or rather VOU BBd I. Do >?? vup| tho OOBBtOBB aald. Tba poi' 11 a.. wi I thlnk ao," aai.i I - BgaOi ?At an> rate, are/U tr> ' "Your OBBOB BlUOt BO BBlght) popjlnr," sald Pott? I :,? ai tl ey la ? aai y date o it agln raM "Taa, an' hlt's a p>im sh.i- ? I B tha ofn-o when it nua rua <iown to whar hit wurn'l payta' ... pul aot te work wlth * rlm, an' now that I'ra worked up bualnoaa to whur th.. ottt??? ls p?yln' noy ovoiybody waata hlt,'*?iAtlaata JourBal The steps taken ln Washington for the aaaetkM f ti monumont tO the BaOBBOrj Of T^o r.n.k of ttie Army BBd Viw WBO BaVOOi durln* r of tho Rebelllon have !ilro.oly met BBBBUBBB, ovoaaeat la la ebaraa of tho NaUoaal Bo ?? laumeat Arsociation, tho piiaotpal ofn-ors loni i Wiluaai li MI hai i. :?'? -' llajor loba MeBlroy, rloa praaHaal u I \1 T AadaraaB, troasuter. The B4BB Bl tO I ,.i..... fy popukw aubai rlpttan. Coagreaa takan taroraala aottaa and the ara* ndertaktng are eooaaeat of tt.s ? l--.it.| l*" askeo" "ne of two v irgaln ? ouatar "Very much run down," waa the eaaerar. ? ,.. rd." "No. be doesa L Mut he :?. ..-^ -:eep and wre-k? his conatltutlon tr>-..^ t.. t.^u:.- oui aoaaa aaj : ... a " it worklag al all. (Waahtagtea Btai In Aiisttria and OofBBBBy the army lawa t?atn?t gamlng aero, aad atltl ara, rery atrlet Whea tho .m upied by Pruaalaa bt ap ? ufter tho Buppraaalag the Laourre ' laal I - ofl an quartered at u.ist.i it w.-ro wamei agalnai playtng at Baden Ha.lon. One summer avOBlng Klng (tbea Prtaea) \\'!ih.-;m itroUod int. ? ? I rooma BBd notlc-.l an ofrl.er ln ii% ? ng at play. iio had ? m tarl a oa tha r ? i, ind aaa il it to pi-'k up bla Baooey, " ? ? ilgbi of tha Prtaea watehlag him Tan r? ??, ha aai qulet aot ktrlag to roa.-h oti I his artaauiga Tho red turnod ap a thlrd and tlien a fourth time. Aa tba m?x BtUBJ BTU gttlekly :. | ,..:, tha Prtaea toueaed tha ofl ar on the Itr and aald, gaotty Taka ap rout bboooj , , laal oaa of your ?htefa ahould Bad you < >f eouroo, tha aoMler 4M aot n gulr ? te ? .? t ?!?! tw:-.>. He *.-' out Iramodlatoly Tarooaya later thero araa a r-1 bw it Bootadt, lurtag " Trlnce WUheln OlgbtOd th' eulprlt, BBd aont for him. "Lieutc.'i.int ." ba aald, "aftei you areat away the red tnrri. t ap four HflBOa more I ; r* reated you froat arli i li - I.In ; tha maalBiuai, whleh v .'i ??? ive ataked Vou win draw oa bm : ? thal araouat Bul taka my ad -.!..,: i . .- Tha BM HBOira of an ..: i < lonnan ?. red to oaa his inst rletory al Bedan have *:m> \ .i- fotlowa: ''It araa thi kladneea ol ired nto of gsmlag. I'or n:>- It was bettar 1 lan ? year*i Uaprlaonnient.H WUllan '' tter known u "Buffalo BtH," wlth b party ol frlend la ? n route :' ir hla rnneh B Horn Baaln, :ti Vfontana Mr. Cody la prealdenl ol a company ti u owm 250,010 acrea of [and In that i I la on hla w.iy out thera to dlrcct operatlona for tho cornlng aoason The .-???or oi' tha oolonj l ?? mall bul thrlvlna t .wn of ' Cody, a h i ?? ,!a> .1 flna (lourlng mlfl. -x tmnk. a genei i; il iro and Boveral other thrlvlng bualneaa Inatltutlom -<8pok ina Bpokaaman-Kavlaw. Tha aebotaa to t>rii.g pura water lato Jeruniem h..s been abaadonod. "As all rlaltora kaow." aaya "The Jeaiab Chron'..i"." "tha labaMi tata af that rity, of every eraad and natkinolliy. nn.i partlou l.uiy the poorar reatdanta aufltai uatolfl bardahlpa ln conscquoiice of tho Boarettp of .lrlnklng water. At the present tlin.i they dOBOBd pi lu.Mp.iily upon the but>p 1 y OOllOetOd ln .'Ist-ins frum ttie rulns wbtoh fall during .ho rainy BaaaoB froai DaooaMaaT tO Miti'h. Some of the water tlow?. la tl'.' flrat placo, through the atrtetti of J. 1 u-talem, hefore raa thlag tha t.-uiks. whleh ara at>ovo the housc*. Thaace it trleklea dowa into aadergTound .istorn*. where itoa an.t breeda all aerta of laaoeta aad Impurltlaa And thla la what the majortty of tha paopla h ive to drlak! Bren if fiit.-rod an.i hotlod, It would ?c.ir.-ely b* safo to :mhttie auch Ktuff. Aml bf tho enJ of June even thU mpply la often oxhatistcl." How do you s'.g" your name'"' aaked the ta\ eolla d >r of tne Pumpklnvllle ottlaaa. who bmoobm ln to ragtater for the aleetlon II a dld tha keraul, thar, slgn hleaen?" ankaa the cltlaon, iBdlcatlng the young hiwy.r, who had |u ? regtaterod and waa paaatna oui thn door. "Why, be algaod bla '?> Tolllvor Johaaoa, K? ? -WhI. |oal put mlne down "BBOUo Tom Fhllllp*. , \tlanta Journal. "Wa aaa Ahe aagfa ?? a Mattaaal emt>m." aaya ?r 1 i-:ir:..r..in AdvoeatOt" "boaaaaa the tir?t bntt'.o. of th?? RovolutioB bagaa in tha eerts aaacalaft ani tha aleeplng oaalea woro aarakoaed in the early morntng, BOW from thetr ncsts. and oiroled over Ing foi .':? ?? loaa>' tho Amerl oaa patrlota declarad "Qreen ? thi iraveg where tho?e maityr? are Hhr.'ii.1!> aa nnJ tomhloaa thoy etitik t.-> thelr reat, wi1- . . tl li lehee the atarry foi.l tt>in< Wrapa the pioud aagla ihcy rou??U irom hla noat," MR. RTOnn.iRD'R RFCCERFOR BUftTQM ROLataal TO BMfJf HIS I.BCTttrb; COfJMBI TMia MoitMNi; ? nurt',11 Haaaaa, taa keiurer, ??? ? - ?<^. John L aaaaaaaaPl Bl l'?iv'? I ? .'i? .'* ar.nuai Laatea matinfc l#"-,.jj.. ... r??s. ? rrl'?? I In th# eu, paetaraay aad *: I " -ik Ma iraaa, rgaj nsoralng Mr Ronaea eataea I re bi Htu tall an l ili n ler, and ?r anr*- i.,..,, | p. Tribua, lat ,., Jlr Ilolne.? aaM , - Ii * hlm foi i r- . . '?. ii aga aa ba am the worid Ia fact, w, a ? , . ,.n ~ tl.- . aaloi .. - . . .?il oa latry I waa wt< u w eaaa bbBob I retan ab it ais a ret irn l to . 0. trtead, te tail my .. .. tt.e bii :ni era of the < ? . " *J Bln ? al ? pni . ? i ? ;?? i i ' | ? . ? . r . . , n ???? .1 ' I ,is j, * ? ? .*. h.ni i ?. ? , ml id ??? f^\ orab ? : ? lt. lt. 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' and rrefeeaef blarbeel i * ' \^rsity of Minr:..-.. ? aaa ? ? f.uoor of BBecBBBioal i g of railaaya aai prutclpal of the Oraduate Seboal ut i<? ?^> aaa i !..::ii. rfl l.n. "??? rtng i>r i.fMiiiiii.j la ?? preaenl * aaaaabae af "?? ?s*" tlonal Councll of Eduea Hi noU Stale N". Bll 1 r >'? **<>r 1 llt >...i ?. is * m . ? claas of meehai . . . , Tlie ri\n . ? s ... .. ? ::t. ? .- . A" '. .n of iins < on.mi ? ? I '? '? ihmenl of v.rM'y ui BOOn *? Bjlfta "'?? I BOOll * ? "" Aetlon waa BbM tak>?n to aatal .i?li a new pr** fcaflurahlp of laa gJ?%H>FfaUrO? BVUOCK A.\f BTAft *;0 "The Atlanta CaaaUtBttOfl" ra ? ":he aseeasea af tl ? ? - iti votniK st^to aM te taaa, I ??? m I I . -f undfr tbe C II Kitiun of iyj? To tl v Oevaraor Bull wk. wh aa i la ta, tion aratcb aaapted ? . . . i duvt-rnor te i>.n U tn aparatl ? M raai aa fidluws. t As long ?b the g< ?'. i >rd , ? rm'.ta. I i arh .. attacked, tho oroi l. IN .*. ipli ?tltutton ol taaa, aad ol ? ni in lei lt, all of whleh gave i ? i aopla u:tfr being ruel r the reiu ln w.ir i'.'? i "onatli n . - laduatn al work; ..: . a : .in- al raUroaa, glvlna ? ?? le ,?' timi c: an I mlnei i u U i ? a connec lon arlth irade . n ? ? nu .- r ihe pi du " i .' ag I .???.. - ..f outstde .'.i;. :... Ii iiri-niaceal m^'" i o ir Htdtv.'. ."> I waa th? rthlch li:ia ???> fa. aurvl\, 1 t'..- BufT<x''?_:mg Innu-n ?? ...* the reactlonarj Con tttt tl m i f !v. Mhi\ii)s [DMIBABU Ainnni. . Praaa Tha Maa I ah Th i No Latta ra a, a Imagti I ' 'V' k<t''1," i.i* aell ,.? the abh-i m ' . * ?; thrira tl dlaturhli . evenfa of the laa nj weeka in Spiln or Kra.r Laly I era anjajM . luiioiiuiou.. a?k-nil?a?ea. n rael and ? ''"? ^'t ?.? aa ,v. ,. ,wapapan >?? baa I a aa r?v.im ?h.? Preatdaai haa hiraMbeal Ibe aaaal bbb? iplcuoua i' ?? ???' > '??'? " ",om, ,, '. !,-. t tlmm i h . . ? been foi a n ? 'nl Hl ludgmenl hai be n faaltleaa Ho haa Btaaa n>> Mr McKlnley haa Bbown ao Aeatra ta ninx Ba?? ?onal .. no UI '1 MpUal "", '', lh? arata m, ?'? whl h ? ?? ha? had i H* haa done ao ., . ; no( invlted ihe atteattoa af tba.aa ti,.n. .... ha pcrformed hli hiah ?adaa wtthaa llttl.- f..H? and oatentatlon ?? h? wouia na\e ?* kltlted ln laboraol ihe dulleal routtaa Buch a Proatdeni ia th, daapalr of luajeaa. aataa Inapliaa U?e country wlth a fealmg ol confldens*