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() T1IK SUA, i?U.Uwi JUN. 1U l&t. .
j FRIDAY. JUST, 10. IBM. BHh.rrlptlon by atall-l'oit-pald. L DAILY, ferMontli 0 SO i PAII.V. rr Vr ooo v sitcim. rr rf t DAII.T AKn f UNPAV, r Vfr B OO 9 tlAll.Y AND st'.MMY. Itf Month "0 cki:i.v, rrfr ioo foilato to Tortlm Coontrtfi oMt. f HIT. HUN. Nw Tort City. fe, rvr rlnsfi a-Vinrnr M irflA amwirfjiM w rMlloi, I ' M It tnr rijfrfr.! ttllrln fflnrimt !v nui ta ag dm TIjo Friday Superstition nt MInneapolU. Wo are eurprleod to nnd bo enlightened n ' porson as tho Hon. IlEjcnv 0. IlAKsnnocnn of Devil's Lako, North Dakota, openly admitting thnt tho Republican National i Convention would hnsttato to begin ballot- ' Ing to-day, on account of tho medlmval projudlco against Friday. " Tho balloting," Bald Senator IIakhuiiouoii on Wednesday night. " will hardly begin boforo Saturday, as tho contests will occupy all of Thursday, and thoro Is superstition ngalnst tho nomi nations being mado on Friday." Among tho eovon candidates and dark horses now In view thcro Is cortalnly nno who would not object to taking tho risk of a Friday nomlnntlnn. Wo mean tho Hon. TnoiiAR BnAOKrrr Itcro of Mrtluo. In tho first placo, bocauso Heed Is too thoroughly ' fin tie nilcle In his mental constitution to caro a copper on what pnrtlcular day of tho week a good thing comes to him. In tho second place, bocauso It happens that IImjd was born on a Trlilay. It Is not likely thnt ho cherishes any Biiporstlllous dread of tho day on which ho wnA elected to a 6()tnowhnt Buecessful and Joyous c.xlstoiico. Mr. Reed of Maine Is tho .only Trlday child of destiny In the list. Tor the benellt of Senator llANBliltoudH nud other delo- ' gates who uttach Importanco to this sortof thing, wo present in tabulated fonti the n i tal tftntlsllcs of tho soion prominent candi dates, actual or possible. 'I ho Coin entlou will bo Interested toobsnrvo thnt the vlgulll . cuutdnvsof tho lespoUlvo stnten.ieu run right on In unbroken succession f:oin to day until next Tuesday. SUHnm i. thill tiy IhwrfWtih i Hon ToAn Ki-rpnf Vuliio Oct. 1. 1HV .. Friday t lion. R.A.Alcrnir MlrliUan IVk 1!7, I S 'il Satunlay lion. Jnni Siirnais it Oal.i Mny in lD.'.l .Sutunluy Hon. lunC, Biitsxt.f llnlne Jtn .11.lf.IJ Simlay Hon. W U Anuosof Iowa Mrrli2 lSJU.. MouJay Hun. W JlcfciM-er. Jr.of Oblo tcti.'.'R 1M4 Mania) Jllll Iru HinRiiMr Ind a Acs 20 111 .Tuewl ly Thoso pregnant st.itlsths a in submitted for theboncllt of pollthlnim nnd piognoatl- r en tors of tho school represented by Zu- Kin, IlAi'iMrt. and Sonntor llANsnnoioir. 'J hey wul bo variously Interpreted by tho knowing, but wo shall Iks saifllcloptly re- warded If they enrry oneourngemont to n I single lovnl but poiplotod Mini, or InspUo t U p'K'iminry enteij rise any ono of tho sin - cuil millions nf outsideis thnt nru now too 1 luiidd'i'd to bottm the losult. Ills singular thnt .SennhirlUVHtinorori t should bollovo In tho Influence of day ' upon destiny. Ho himself, liko tho Hon. i ,lstE.s O. Krai.vr, Is n .Sundnv child, yot 1 tuttt auspicious clrcunistnnco did not pio- I ni.t hlii from becoming an inhabitant and j . lojAlieg citizen of I)ell's I.ako. New York. Thobolsteiousand enthii'-ln'stlc proceed- Ingsof tho l'epiiblienn liostb .mil hostnc" -' In Mlnnenpolis must m.iko entlicly i Icnr to oiory observer tho fnct thnt tho members T of thntpmty, as ropieented by thosogntli- owl theio, arn eager nnd ready fot a blttor J Jlghtagalnst tho Democracy. 'IhoCoiiM'u b Hon of Democrats, two weeks homo In ej Chicago, will without nuy doubt whatever , mako It oqinlly clear that tho Demo- crnts on their side arojust ns eager and ? nitxlouHfor tho beginning of the fray. Yet botwoon tho two parties, so fur apart 5 !n pioforoutes nnd sentiments, theio Is, t aliovu all he.Uod ilemonHtiiitlons. asubstan F tint ngmoiiicwiltlut tho nto of nioro than ?H fiiui-Ilfths of tlm Htntes Is known In nd ' vance, and tho roul battle ground Is there- foro restricted to n few of thorn. y Tlnsu States In wlilch tho riopubllcnn . ' ptrty Is in n majority. In which tho Stuto iidiuinlstiatioii Is, or usiinllv hns boon, in 4 Klpubllenu hands, nnd h.is been. In tho fa ni.iln, faithfully lesjioiisho to tho popular twlRhes. tho Itopiiblliu cniididntn Is reason ably 101 tain to cm ry in November. f . Those States In wlileh the Democrats con- 6tltntotlie nrijoilty. In which they Iinvo, or g hno usually had. couliul of tho admlnl- i Btiatlon. tho Democr.itH nro likely. on by 5 K (publican a'ckiiowluilgmout. to hold In tho j Demoerntle column. If It could bo shown. Jf. howmnr. that elthor party had by Its acts SL or omissions In legislation or ndmlnlstra I' tlon. Imtrnyoil the toiilidcnco or dlsnp f pointed tho hopes of the voters, such a io i vulslou of public feeling would follow us j would Imporll tho f.uccosa of that party. J; Now Yoilc, which Is uot only tho most f uu.'cituln of tho doubtful Htntes, but is ulto of moro Importanco In tho electotal eol- , lego than all othor doubtful Statos com- blueJ, has in. l'residoutlal elections been g . steadily uncci tain : IHi, Republican '. IRUg Oemoeratlo I is;j nop ibiicoo JhTil . I)moall ,V- 1K8J Hepubllcan f im l)moorailo f 1RSU rtpvbllcan JBU3 f , From Jnuuary, 1885, to .lamiary, 1892, a porlod of socn yours, David II. Hir.r, was Governor of Now York. Ho yloldod thnt i offloo to a DomocrutlcstatCBinpn.and bocamo i United States Sonntor by tho unanimous cholco of tho Democrats of tho Legislature ? ratlllod by tho peoplo at tho polls In tho r, choice, of tkolr successors. ThoDomocrats of Now York havo a majority of tho dolo RN BttUon to Washington, and havo a majority f of tho Legislature at Albany, too. Tho party Is splondldly organized and under tho preBCnt leadership, ono year ago won tho groatost victory known In Its history. Tho local administrations of most of our cltlos aro tn Domooratlo hands, tho accred ited representatives of tho party aro at tho.beadof mostof thocountlosot thoStato, and with Its publlo sorvants In executive odlco, tho champions otlts policies In legisla tion, nnd Its whole rank and filo, aro united In supporting as New York's candidate for President DavidB. Hill, tho acknowledged leader of tho party tn tho State, made so by Domooratlo choice and by popular prefer ! enco as rocordod at tho Kills, J Tho position of Now York's seventy-two delegates to -the Chicago Convention Is, tuoroforo, aubtantlally this: " We do not oak you to approvo or disap prove of tho Democcatlo leadership end administration In Now York. Wo do no ask you to admire or to euloglzo our cholco far Tresldont. Hut wo do ask you to romombor that Now York, If carried for tho Democracy, as It must bo to socuro success this yoar, must bo carried by us, i not by you. It must bo carried upon j tho record of tho party In tho State. You 'must ratify or reject that rcu- iff Mtat","jr fift 7rtT"i"iUMiiMi in "iim ord by nominating or by disavowing David II. II I l,i., who, as Democrats and Itopub ik'nim aro agreed, stands for it. It no other caudldato from Now York hnd boon mon tlonod by uny of you, It might bo posnlblo for tho nomination to havo gono to unothcr Statu; but having undertaken loonier our Stnto nnd to got yourselves Instructed, sonioof you, for a cnndldato who Is main taining n bolting organlrnllon for tho pur poso of discrediting tho ruloof tho paity In Now York, you compel us to stand or fall by our own cnndldato. Tor. If ono-hnlf of tho things which tho Hepubllcnns chnrgo ngnlnst Him, and tho Doinocrney bo truo, then tho clamors of tho Ropubllcnn party and of tho Cr,EVi:nSD Mugwumps ngnlnst tho Democrats, who hno raised his mnn to conspicuous honors, nnd sustained and supported him, arc Jus titled. In that case, tho raco would bo easy for any Republican nominee, nnd, disavow ing our work, you.would tloour hinds and runko us helpless to sorvo vou." "To 60t IIiiiii aside would bo to acknowl edge this. Yon ennnot. so fnr ns New York Stnto Is concerned, display nny lack of con fidence In the party hero wllnout helping to glvo tho SUito to tho Itepubllcnns. To dishonor and affront tho Demouints of Now Yoik by nominating a caudldato unnblnto got tho vote of ono Now York delegate, would bo madness. Would It bo less an act of madness to disavow tho cnndldnto who receives tho voto of ovcry dulegato from Now Yol k, w hen tho reasou of such dls.ivowul Is tho fact thnt his fealty to tho Doinocrney 1m nrravod tho ItepublleaiiG violently against him .' " Thlscondltlon of afTalrs was not brought about bv us. Wo held our Stnto Convention early. Wo declared our pi oforenco. Wo told vou whom tho Democrats of Now York stood. Whllu others wniohohemlng to overtlnow their lnlluimen . our friends, in Stnto legis lation nnd otherwise, havo been making vote'a for tho Deiuoeiney. Wo havo no wish to Intei foro with you In your State con cerns. Ilut tho task of currying New YJrk, which you confess vim must have In order' to cnuy tho election, devolves upon us. Very good. Wo say that wo havo iinmed the candidate who enn and will entry It. If nominated. Wo say, fiirthei, thnt tho record of tho Democracy of Now York Is excellent. Tho nfTnlis of tho Stnto wero newer better innn'tgc 1. Its ofllel.fls wero never morn popular. Demoeintlo rule Is s.itlsfiu toiy. ns wo proved no liter than hift November. With Iltr.r, ns n staiuhul bearer wo will elthor du plicate or oveitop rwiwrn's majoilty of 47,001. None of tho candidates you inline, evcellent nnd deserving or many of them nie, has over -run in Now York: and New Yoi U's vote aro thoso you sook. Ci.eve r.An Ho lost Now York four years ago, with tho Democracy In control of the Fed eral olllccs, and HtLij on tho samo ticket pulling him along.. Talking about him Is Uiii'i wi Med." 'I ho Democrats of Now Ymk must either stand by their colors and carry tho State this year. or. by derortlng them, make easy tho buttle of tho Republicans. 1'c.oy havo never I'.inchod Innconfllot. and will not now. It IsIIiLiinud vlctoiyl Which Is tho Devil? A commlttco of tho Ialo Mothodlst General Conference nt Omaha reported In favor of continuing tho penalty of expul sion for Indulging in such worldly nmuso monts as dancl'ig. card playing, and thoatregolng. Another commlttco called upon ovcry Chribtlaa to wlthdmw Ids patronngo from nil persons di rectly or Indirectly interested in tho liquor trafllc. and to voto against nny political party which "criminally allies itself with tho liquor Interests by licensing tho manu facture of spirits." Tho samo commlttoo reported ngalnst tho uso of tobacco In any form by preachers and Sunday school su perintendents. Dr. Dunnrxi, of tho Dutch Roformed Church justifies tho drinking of "a social or a convivial glass," If It Is drunk olso whero than In a publlo saloon. Dr. IUixsFonD of tho Episcopal Church advocates tho establishment of public drinking places by tho churches thom solvos, and tho hooping opon of theso improved saloons on both Sunday nud week days. In tho last number of ifcrftnei 'a Maniizinc tho Rov. W. T. Ensi.sa advises that Instead of denouncing tho saloon, ro llglous pooplo should set about to llnd " something bettor to tako Its placo." Meniitlmo tho Church Tompcraneo Society of tho Episcopalians Is working for tho establishment of high license, and tho Rov. Dr. Uacov of tho Congrogntlonnllsts 13 arguing ngnlnst It as n vicious policy, nnd allocating a merely nominal lleonso fco, with careful supervision of tho moral quali fications of thoso allowed to sell liquor. The disngi cement among rollglouo pooplo ns to tho amusements proper for Christians lo not less rcmarkablo. InBtoad of frown ing on thoatregolng, the Rov. Dr. lUixs roiin htmsolf may somotlmes bo seen at tho thentro; he countenances dancing as a harmless amusomont, and vory likely ho Is ready to tnko a hand at a rubber of whist. Episcopalians generally havo no objoctlous to dancing, card playing, nnd theatrogolug. A largo pait of the fashionable society of New Yoilt Is mado up of Episcopalians. It also contains Proabytorians at whoso houses dancing parties tako placo. Homo raeus aro donounced byeoraoof tho giout religious bodloa with spoclal blltoruoss, yot multitudes of church mombors attond them, and, wo daro say, hot on thom too. That sensational clerical adventurer, FAiiununsT, stigmatizes Tammany ns tho Dovll, yot among tho most active nnd con trolling leadors of that Valuablo Domooratlo political organization at tho present tlmo aro pious nud faithful Roman Catholics who stand high In that Church, nnd nro tho associates of Its foiomostcloigy In this city. Thoy aro mon of firm religious convictions and strict lollglous principles; and in their conduct of llfo thoy would stand compari son with Christians of any other com munion. Thoy nro tompornto men, faithful husbands ami consclontlous fathers, or derly cltlzons, and honornb'.o dealers. Yot becauso thoy nro Democrats and moaibois of Tammany, PAnununsr denounces them B3 Inherently wicked nnd debased. It will bo 6eon, thorcforo, that thoao various Christians do not agrco as to tho dis tinction between tho moral nnd tho immoral In social 'llfo. Each opposing party might call tho othor tho Dovll with quite as much reason as PAnununsT hns for dobcrlblng Tammany as tho great onomy of mankind. Tho Methodists would exclude l)r, IUnreFonD bocauso ho smokes, drinks, indulges In worldly sports, nltoiids tho tho ntro, and goes to dancing parties, Thoy would oxcludo Dr. I'aukuuiist becauso ho drinks In houses of 111 fame, and hires do pravod women for disgusting exhibitions; aud In this thoy would bo right . Thoy w ould turn out Dr. UpnnEi.ri bocauso ho IIUos " a social or a convivial glass." Tho Roman Catholics, on tho other hand, look upon all of them as teachers of false or porvcitcd rollgloua doctrines which tend to tnjuro mon and bring them llnully to hell, 1 Tho 111 bt ct cat necessity Is thut rJhrlstlau3 should got together In respect. chnrlty.cqii ildeueo. anil harmony, and If posslblo agrco on a practical and consistent theory of social morals. Tho Dovll Is tho spirit of dis trust, rancor, and animosity vvhlrh pie vent? a result so ccscntlal. Tho Kaiser and tho Cznr. Tho vigorous endeavors of tho Paris press to make light of tho Czni's visit to Emperor Wiiaum at Kiel do not mask tho anxiety which tho llrst announcement of tho tVni s purposo caused. If tho net of courtesy was obligatory as a recognition of tho visit mado to the Russian Emporor by tho young Oermnn sovorclgn Immediately after tho lnttor's accession to tho throne, why, It was asked, was It not performed last ycat w hen the Czar was ntCoponhngen ? At that time, however, no bucIi indication of good will was given, and tho CVar's refusal of his kinsman's Inv Itntloti was emphasised by tho effusive welcomo received by tho Fiench licet nt Croustadt. From tho fact that tho northern autocrat cousonts this year to do whnt n year ago was left undone, nro wo to Infer that tho relations of Franco nud Ruaslanro less filendly ? Such nn lnferonco would probably bo drawn but for tho simultaneous visit of tho (hand Duko Coxbtaxtink to President Cahnot nt Nancy. Tho latter Incident was manifestly planned to divest tho CVir's visit to tho Kaiser of all polltle.il signifi cance In tho minds of tho Ftciich nyplo. To appreciate tho Importanco nttnehod to the presence of a member of tho CVar's family nt Nancy, ono must keep in v low tho tiuculent comments of tho Oermnn nows pnpeison tho annngeinonts mado to wel como I'lesldent Cauxot nt that placo. No pnlns w ns sp.u ed In tho capital of the Ti ench fraction of I.orrnlno to glvo eloquent os-prei-slon to tho hopo of regaining tho lost provinces Tho nntl-Oermnn character of the celebration was nceonted by tho lnvl tntion to Czech btudeuts to paitlclpitoin tho festival, for tho French themselves nro not nioro Implacably hostile tothoOoimnns tlmn nro tho Czechs. In tho demonstra tions nt Nanny thoro was Indeed much which Got many and Austria hnd rauso to resent, although thoro was no offlrlnl net of which they could complnln. Under tho circumstances, tho visit of tho Grand Duko CoMtTANTiM: was construed, and must havo boon meant to bo construed, ns n proof of tho Czni's sympathy with tho nsplra tlons of franco, It Is probable thntUiSMAncK in his retire ment surveys with sardonic Interest tho In ability of tho master who dismissed him to revlvo tho old friendship of tho Romanoffs nnd HoHcxzoiiLr.UNS. Ho can say with truth that nothing liko tho Nancy Incl dont occurred when ho was Chancellor, nnd thoro Is renson to belle vo thnt,' hnd ho romnlncd In ofllco, tho Czar's visit to tho Knlsor would hnvo been nindo long ngo. Hismaiick would havo bent all his cnergloj to avert a coalition of Russia with Franco, for from thnt, ns ho ropoatedly assoi ted, his country had everything to dread. Ho would havo ptovonted tho fashioning of tho llrst link In tho chain of events which began with tho roecption of tho French Ueot at Croustadt, nnd which has culminated In tho Czah's determination to strip tho inter view at Kiel of any serious meaning. Rut what ho might hnvo provonted. oven ho might now bo unablo to remedy. Thrco Questions of the Day. Why is overy Mugwump freo trader so antlous that M&axxe shall bo dofentod nnd Haiuiisox nominated nt Minneapolis '. IiL.Ai.vn Is the author of tho recipiocity pollcy, wlilch tho Mugwump freo traders bailed ns a long and Important step In tho direction of f res trndo. Haiihisox accepted tho reciprocity Idea, grudglugly, aud bo causo he couldn't help It. Why is overy CLi:vr.i,vsD .Mugwump so loud In his professions of belief that Blvine Is the weakest candldato tho Republicans can put up 1 If HAitnisox is stronger than Blaine, why do they want HAnmsoN ? Why aro tho worshlppors of tho Stuffed Prophot possessed of osuddon with so In verse an admiration for tho statesmanlike qualities nnd porsonnl respectnbillty of William McKixley. Jr.. whllo they llnd tho Idea of Tom Rped as a dark horso too ridiculous for anything ? Tho Turks nro not n drunken people, nnd tinvellerrf In Turkey nro not eliocted bytho sottish hnlilts of tho country. Wo aro sur prised by rending In tho niftyrmlnil n letter written from tho ancient, tho Imttlo incntcJ, and tho bnznnr-covored Turkish city of Rhus, by a Christian .elcrcHuan. giving an account of the prevalonco of drunkenness among tho Mohnnimodnns of Turkey. This cloroinan, tho l!ov. Dr. Knc i.isii. tullsof witneBslni speotaclos In Turkey which, wo foci sure, aro not UWoly to ha wlt nessod by othor travellors thoro. Ho says that mnny of tho Turkish ofllchla nro habitual drunkards, that thoro Is much drunkonness nraons tho common Turks, that Turks can often bo toon drunk In tho stroots of Con stantinople, nnd that drunknnnoss Is rapidly EproidlnB everywhere In Turkey. o en nmong tho villages of tho far interior. Tho Itov. Dr. E.NdLitin says ho knows of a popular Govornor of a Turkish provlnco who drinks hlmsalf drunk ovory nleht, and of other Qovornmunt functionaries who aro often stupoflod by drunk enness. Ho knows of ordinary Turks who. whon drunk, boat tholrwivesand carry on Just like Chrlbtlans who get drunk; and, as a mat tor of course, casos of delirium tromoim, or Jlmjams. aro frequent among the Turks. Tho drunken Turks of tho seaports drink all kinds of drunk-produolnx bevoracoi oxcoiting wlno. tho uso of which In tills world is pto hlbltcd by tho Koran, tho onjoyment of which Is tho roward of truo bollevors In Para dise. Tho Turks living In tho rural rogions drink ralf, a (lory nlcoholio liquor, stronuor thnn Kentucky whlkoy. stronger than Prcnch brandy or Jamaica rum, etrongor oven thun Russian vodkl, and far otronpor than tho in toxicating preparations mado by tho Peru vians or tho Chinoso. Tho hard-drinking Turks drink tills ra;.-f till thoy aro solidly drunk, drink itatdlnnor.nnd drink itlnscrot at nluht. Tho ltov. Dr. Knui.isu's acoount of tho drunkoiinossln Turkey must grlovo tho bonis of Uio readers of the ndeprnilent. Wo may horo roranrk. hownvor. that ninny of the Rov, Dr. Emilihii's stntomonts will cor talnly not bo riuhtninod by all the othor pooplo who havo travolled In Turkoy. or who nro ne qinlntod with tho habits of tho Tuiks by por sonnl observation. Tho Mohainniuilniis of Turkey havo always had tha reputation of being far moro tmnperato. so far nn tho uso of Intoxloants is concerned, thnn tho pooplo of nny Christian countiy In Europe. Thoso of the truo bol lovers who accept th i words of tho Prophet of Mecca In n lltninl sense, rofrnln wholly from th uso of Intoxicating bover ncos. It Is shown byofTlelnl reports thnt tho amount of thco bevenues consumed In Turkey Is very small In comparison with tint amount consumed In Christian countrlof. It Is surely Incorroct to snytliut mnny drunken Turks aroto bo seen In tho shoots of Constnn tluoplo, or In tho streets of any othor Turkish city, Tho rites and ceromonlos of Muhnnuuod ixiii, ns practised hy all truo beliovorx. are in compatible! with drunkou habits. How, for etnmple, can .a man pray llvo tlmos overy dat. when the tlmos of prayer aro nnnouncod from tho minarets of nil tho mosques In tho Moham medan woilil. If ho huu habitual drunkard? How ran a Mohnmmodnn who is drunk main tain the ablutlnnary roqulromcnt at his ro lijloui And It must bo remembered that Mnhnmmodnns nro neither skeptics nor hypo crite", but euulnn bellovor In tliclr religion nnd Its sacred book. Thoro aro hundreds of Americans who havo travelled In Turkoy. nud wo doabt whether nny of them will confirm tho l!ov. Dr. I'.Mi i.ikii'h stntomouts about tho drunkonhnblts of tho Turks. An English contemporary, tho rorfcsnirc 1 Informs Its renders thnt tho senso of humor Is highly dev doped In tho United Stntcs, nnd thnt " many usoful lessons may bo got from n closostudy ol thocharnctorlstlo kind ofAmorlcrfn humor." It furthor tells them that this humor Is somotlmos both eitbtlo nnd pictorial: tlm t oven tho most dignified Ameri can jottmnlR mako room for it, nnd that thoro nro American nrtHswho prodttcollno oflocts with original Ideas that havo humor In thorn. " Amorlcnns," snys the 7W, "aro observant ot thoso trlllea which provldotho best matorlnl for tho jestor nnd tho satirist tho world ovor. and nro wldonvvakn to those oddities of habit In tho stroots nud In social llfo throiich which chnrnct'r can bo dlngnosod nnd tho wo.ikncnos of human naturo laid bate." In Its illsiulsltioii on this subject tho York !ihfliitl luoMiKt In Its uso of words. It fnIK for e iniple, to discriminate, betwoou humor ninl drollery nnd fun nud wit and sntlro nnd jolting nnd comicality: and. In the course ot It, roiitrks.lt Hpeaks of all theso different things ns though thoy wero ono nnd the samo thing. Asn mattor of fnct. each of theso words, ntnleast iu this country, has n specific meaning nnd n dollnlto application, though It might, porh ips, ho dlfllcult for us to explain thorn In such a way ns to bilnc thom within tho understanding of tho Yorkihn e ltt. Tho American smile-provoking quality. It v.o iiiny t'.son sencric term. Is unllku that ot tho EnglWi: It Is not liko tint of tho Trench, or of the Germans or tho Italians, or tho .Span iards; It partakes of the smile-provoking (innlltlosof nil thoso types ot mankind: Itlsn mingling or nn eMbodlricntnf thum all. besides I in inn dlstinctho elmuuiits th it bolong to Itself alone. It Is composite, ns tho Amorlcan I coplo nro conitoslto. Wo could nnmo two ot three. It not half n doroii Amoilcan wrltors vvhoniopnssoB'cd of IIiIb quality, the liko of vshom do not exlht In any otlur country. Tim subject Is very Interesting to tho philo sophic mind: nnd wo command It to tho notlco of thoso critics of spiritual form who havo tho tlmo to study it. nnd who nro possessed ot tho requisite powors of anil) sis. It must bo understood, huvvovor, both by the FdiAiAiirWniul by othor forolgn obBorvors of tho peculiarities and tho motions of tho American Intellect, that tho American pooplo nre a pooplo whoso chief characteristics aro gravity, veracity, onorgy, nud patriotism. Why. In tho nnmo of Noui's ark. docs tho now American Whaloback Kyndlcnto talk of golfing Its Hoot of whnlobacks built In Urltlsh shipyards and put under tho lirltish ilac. In stead of building them in American shipyards nnd allln them undur tho Amorlcan Hag ? Is It patriotic. Is it sound policy. Is It In tho In tcrct of Amorlcan shipping or American com merce, to co nbro id for vossols that can be built nt home, for a kind of vessel that Is of American Invention, that ha3 boon built In this country, nnd that Is to bo used In tho At lantic and tho Pacific for tho American trndo? It is not! It cannot bol The great capitalists who havo organized tho now whnlo bnck company will mako a mistake In om plo Ins lirltish shipbuilders. They will throw discredit upon Amorlcan conlus. will discour ngo American shipbuilding, will doprlvo thou sands of American skilled workmen of ora plinnont. and will compel such Amoricnn sailors ns they may procuro to do sorvice un der a forolcn llac. It should not bo so. surely not Wo have already put American-built wh.tlobnckson tho Western Inkos; wo hnvo put them on tho hlch seas: wo nro building thom all tho tlmo In tho shipyards of Wost Superior: woaro oven preparing to build thom forser v Ico on tho Mississippi ; wo havo facilities for building them lit a senro of Amorlcan ports; wo can build Miuadrote, of thom in Now York anil Itrooklin. liutwo nro told thnt they cm bo built moro cheaply in lirilish shipyards than in American; and wo suppose thoy can. for Amorlcan wages nro not iald to Urltlsh workmon. After nil this has bo"n said andndniittod.liOTover.lt must let to borne in mind that these whnlo backs nro to m iko their profit 'out of tho American trado, and that tholr ownors owe something to tho country in which they have mndo money, and in prosecuting tho trade with which thny expect to make still more money. Wo know exactly what It costs to build a whalelacl; of nny tonimgo la this country; nnd U is a fact that thoy can bo built horo at a vorj slight advnnco over tho forolgn cost Wo cannot help snilng that wo regret to learn that it Is propose I tn build abroad tho whaloback Hoot to bo used for tho trans-At-lantlennd tians-I'.iciflc service by an Amorl can companrlnwhlchsomoof tho leadlngcap UaliDi3 of the United Mates nro Intorcstod. There Is a queer club In tho old Gorman city of Mtinz on tho loft hank of tho Rhino. It Is a club of men organized to roform tha dress of women : It Is an nntl-long-sklrts club. Its members stand out ngalnst tho Mains fern Inlno fashion ot wearing trailing trains In tho streets, and tako a plod.ro to boycott tho vioar ors of such trains nnd to refrnln from nppoar ing publicly in their company. If tho Mainz men live upto this boycott and nppolntwnlk lngdolecatos to boo to Its enforcement tho Mainz women will bo put In n quandary. III nMalnz damsel prnfor her long skirts to hor Mainz lovor? Will sho run tho risk of being blacklisted by tho Mainz club ? Wo can't toll. Will tho mon of Miliar puh tho skirt boycott so far as to koop tho women from enjoying tho ndvantnges of unionism Wo don't know. Those quostlons must bo argued out botwoon tho reso'uto members of tho Mainz club and their omblttorod antagonists. Wo can ofTi'r a sugunstlon to tho pooplo of Mnln?, fo indod upon Amorlcan ovjiorlonco. Yoais ngo, tho fashion of wonilng trailing skirts In tho str -cts oilslod among tho women of this country. Some of the mon dlsllkod tho fashion, but thoy did not daro to say anything about It. so well established Is tho supremacy of woman In tlio Unitod htatos. Hut up aroso among tho women thomsohes a gallant band of skirt reformers. Thoy hnd tholr hoad quarters at Chautauqua. Thoy tackled tho uuottlon. Thoystartod an antl-long-sklrts-In-tho-strootB propaganda. Thry lectured ngalnst tho alleged ovll, and printed tracts ngulnstlt: tho mon kopt quiot. Tho cam paign waxod hot: tho reformers began to gain ground; choorlng roports wore recolvod at Chautauqua last summer from all parts of tho country; hosts of women censod to trail tho ovorlong sklitH In publlo. nnd already thorn nro excollont prospects of thoconiploto triumph of tho reformers-long, may thoy wnvo! It Is tho women theniRolvea, not tho men, who have dnno this vwuk. Wo trust thnt.whou tho Mainz club Ienrn3 thoso fncls. it will Immediately rifoho lo abolish itfclf, nud villi lit tho women of Mnliid attvndto tholr own buslnosi. Fruure U All Hlillit. rrm IV (iii Ti't lift HiU Ciili, JitntO, Frmcli thrcn prr (inta jmisrili) reuchc4 a point neirl) al par. . fr M,', tlm hi?i,t8l i rlcn that llio 1'nrli HoimomirricdrilH Tnl am mil flurluus nltlrina tliiiuttlmrtsllt a I rmiio litlin tllhl rinult of two ii enl raoraii!o in the uctic pioira of lli rf public, !ilcli tinvHinurlieil Hit rnmnitmriiiuit of thli eil tle ali"lui' "rrcMnf the journe) ot M.rarnot In Hie rai'ernfroutlir rciliirMiu mtli tlio very mnarkitlil trip of tlie (.run 4 Duke CYnaluiitlna from Ituatla to Jau . 'Irmpurnrlly Incuiuirllnlcd. nmrAff HuAIi7'mi tfrint Fit', " !nr" MM Hit ma inunrrllo r, hat hat l.ecomt f tlm man hIhi ii.l t.i utt up illltin.o I'rcal Icuiial Ik I ri, Hmi w oul 1 1 ( ure tu in fur ) eur iii i-r t ' ttt liu! lo jii inn, m iintiim,' ripllciS the tailor. 'Hot Um tultli llh aluiiailitiDal" Ol tho Period. from thf WvMiialm Fitninj Stir, "Ilhlnk." l,l Wi'llo WUIunili'li. "that Villi Tt- Dtrion lml)iu .Ifuhlcf ICo irli.U. yuu know," w hy i" "Iiuikiitt iLt jiuUttuUttvp tsalliar pnopvialt of marwiat.' ' 1 iioiim in itm ij;jvn. To (he Dtlrrcnlr JUlld lo (ho Ilemocratlo Niillonnl CcinTtnllon or 1000. Okvtiwifn: Tho David 11. Rill Club of tha cltv of Now York, composed not of local office holders, aspirants for ofllco. or politicians, but of Democrats. Imv big In v low solely tho best in terests of tho patty, sends greeting, ami offers tho following reasons for tho selection of David II. Hill ns the Presidential stundud bearer In tho coming campaign : Xoono but adroamor supposes tho Democ racy can carry nny othor States thnn tho solid South, Connecticut, Indiana. Now Jorsoy, and Now York. We assume that nny Democrat who can carry Now York can caVry Connecti cut, Indlnna. nnd Now Jorsoy. Neither sentiment nor porsonnl proferonce. but cold, hard facts, should dlctato jour nomi nation. Wo take, It for granted thatvoti will not com mit political suicide, nor upset the traditions nnd discipline of tho pnrty. b tho nomination ofOrover Clovelnnl. If so vou will need no orators, but pall bonreis for tlm rest ottho campaign. If so you will ask us tocor.pornto with bolters, who havo scandalously abused and innllgncd our most trustod leader, sou will usk us to crlngo before tho'o who have over spurned tho most faithful wmkers nf our party; ou will consiiroloynltyuud reward dl lojnlty. No luvol-hcnded mnn. with nn kuowl odgo whatsoever of New o:k politics, sup poses tor a moment thnt Cleveland could carry Now York this fall. Wo nek now ledgo the ser vices of drover t'loi eland: wondinlro his char nctor; but wo lament lilsliuhllltytn attract tho siifTingos ot Ids po.iploat tho pollr. InlHM8. wltlithe prctlgoof four jonrsof pure. success ful ndmlnlstrnfloii. with Imiuonso nfllrlal pnt ronngo under his control. nnd tlm horde of ofllco holdors working In hlti boh ilf, he wns dofc nted In Now York by nomo 1II,(KK) votes In lSfC. In tho Domocr.itlc Convention In this btnto-n Statu with a population of ll.&OO.OOO-ho car rind not ono Congressional district out of thirty-four. With him defeat Ib certain. Who. tlion. Is tho mnn mostcortnlnof victory in Now Yoik? His namo Is David Ilcnnott 1II1I. tho Napoleon of Now York politics, who has nnvor mot n Waterloo. lie not doer Ivod, oh delogntos, by tho sonso lossolainorof n small coterio of dl grunllod politicians and would-be reformoisl 'lliero Is no serious split In tho party herel Every truo Domocrat. who may bo through pers mul ad miration nnd loyalty advocating Clovolnnd now, will voto for Hill If nominated! llio nllogod dofeotlon will dwlndlo down to a fow hundrod, perhaps fewer. Mugwumps nnd "hostllos." who hnvo never voted for HIU. Theso latter kuockod nt tho doors of tho Stnto Convention Inst fall and wero rojoerod; but tho Democratic ticket was olocted by 47,000 majority. Thoso latter jolnod with the lto publlcans to defeat our Mayoralty tlckot In 1H')0 and woro thomschos overthrown. Wherein is Hill's Btiongth? In his sturdy democracy and becauso ho Is a born loador: a loader wary and nlort. nnd ablo to copo with tho machinations of an unscrupulous too: a loidorwho has never known dofeat. nnd who depends not on plntltudos, but on organisa tion, dlselpllno, porsonnl supervision, unceas ing vlgllnnce, nnd unrelenting wnrfaro. His dis ciplined lieutenants nwalt tho fray In ovory town and county In tho State. No such leader hnsexlstod slnco Tilden: ho ocolsTllden In norvo nnd action. Ho Is strong with tho sol dier oloment Ho is strong with tho labor elo niont Many laws beneficial to labor woro en actod by tho last Democratic Legislature, all of wlilch woro concelvod years no in tho brain of Hill. Ho is strong with tho "locomotivo engineer" and other fraternities, no Is strong with a cortnin consorvntlvo eloiiont In tho Mate, becauso ho has hnd tho eourago of his convictions, lias opposed unwlso nnd sumptunry legislntion. never entered to cnthu slnstn nnd oxtromlsts. and has favored excise laws restrictive rather tlmn prohibitive fa thoir naturo. Ho Is popular wttli the agriculturists. Ho Is tho ono mnn feared and hated by tho lto publlcans. In overs contest ho places hlinsolf nt tho head of tho butt ilion. nnd In person loads tho Democracy to victory. Ho nan never doomed it necessary to apologise for his parts. Holms imv or caterod to capital nor tiucklod to monopoly. Ho bus coimtiintli Increased liismnjoiltios. A thorough politician, withal a doop political student, ho lias novor sought aftor porsonnl weilth. out Ills tinrts's advance ment, and therobr his country h weil. l'uro in cli ir.icter. froo from ioos, ha n tires from u seven ynnrs' ndminlstrntiori of tlm (Juberna torlal ofllco with a record unsullied, sotvvon deiful In Its rosults. Hern It Is I Examine Ul I. A lower tax rato than in tlilrty-slx years. II. A Ijiglslatiiro Democrntio iu both brnnchos. III. A now apportlonmont. making possible other Domocrntlc Legislatures henceforth. IV. Due United stales Senator In Washing ton, and tho promise of two. V. All the Stnto and most of tho local admln istmtivo ofllcos in Democratic hands. And all tlicso rosults have been obtalnod whllo bitterly oppoBudand tinduced hy Mug wumps, but whllo miring nn Democrat, nnd waging rolontloss wnrfnro ngalnst tho Hepub llcan nartr. In tho St. Louis Convention of 1S70 tho regular onfiininition ndvocntod Tilden, nnd a stiong faction, including Tammany, opposed him and predlctod his dofont; how.iHovnr vvliolmlngly triumiihnnt. So nowtlio regular and only Democratic niganbnt Ion In this groat (Ityiind htato ndvoctitos Hill, and u faction, not now including 'Inmmnay, opposes him nnd predicts Ills dofont. Dut lilsturs will re peat ltsolf. and tlio faction, ns before, bo proved n faio prophet. 'Ilio historical statemont Is male by some that Hill sacilflced Ulevnlnnd In lHH. Tho nlisurdttvof this assertion Is npjnront whon vou rolloct that Hill pcisonnlly hud overithlng to gain nnd nothing (o lose lis C lev olnnd's suc cess: for. If i looted In 1KSS, Clesolnnd. having soived two terms, would hnvo dlsnppe.arod ns a Presidential candidate In lfsKi, Nomlnato Dnvid JJ. Hill, oh delogntos. nnd such an enthusiasm will be created, meh a loyalty and devotion to nnrty ongenderrd among tlm rnnkaiul lllo-tho solid Domociatio masses of Now ork as vs.is net or witnessed boforo In tho history of the J'.mplro State! Nomlnato Dasid Ik Hill, nli dologntep. nnd you vvlllntoneo feel tho hand of tlioiiiastoi at tho holm I 1 on w 111 at onco becomo cognlrant of a leadership so adroit and mnrvollous In its rosournen nnd nchbiveinonts ns to Insuio a triumphant Domoeraeynt tho tormluallon of tho contest! Political battles nnd armies, like tho mnnrcm vros mid conflicts of nil wnr. need brilliant generalship and genius to insuro success. Not adoration at tho rhrlno of ndomlgod. nornheroerectod on ahlElipodnstul. is sum cient to lead forces to v Ictory. 'J liu qimllllca tlons of exalted leadorshlii nuibt abound. Hence. Iu conclusion wo siirnmarbo: Npclllron should bo nnniluiited three tlmos totlilsgroitninco: certainly no man who has onco boon dufeated. Now York must Lo carried to win tho Preal dsnes'. David 11. Hill, liko Tilden In '70, tho most powerful nnd popular Domociatio loador In thoStato. though opposed by fmctlous crum blersnnd disappointed malcontents. Is tho ono mnn cortuln to carry .New York nud tho Union to victory in lKti'J. And for sueli a consummation of your labors tho undersigned will eser l.ray. David 11. Hill Club. '. Past 12.1d street. n -r. t, Jnus J Hairr. President C. IxnAMr, Secretnrv. Dated Now York city, Juno .1. 1802. Mortars for I he I'ucldc Coaal. WisniNaTou, JunoO.-Senntor Illackbtirn ln trodueoda bill to-day authorizing thoHecro tary of Wnr to contract for fifty rnrtais, simi lar to thoso nowbulldlug under contract for tbo I'nlted States, and fifty mnrtnr coirlnges of siiih typo as ho mni doom lio. t. all .to be emu. jiletod within eighteen months from thodato nf t ho contrnot. and tn bo iiod only nn the 1'aclllc coast. Tlm bill npproprlhlos I.'JIU)Ik) or so much thereof as may bj noocss.irs to carry out ItB pi ovislous. Tlie NIokcs Memorial I Ibrnry Irdlcnlrd. AsnMA,JunoO,-ThnCaronoPhelpsBtokcs Meniorlil Library was dedicated to-day as was tho memorial fountain to Anna Sow oil. At tho library dedication exercises Miss stokes. Dr. Lyman Abbott, ('barbs Dudley Hiirnnr. Anson Ihelps hiokes, Mis William li Dodge. Honi) IL btlloB. tho llui.jj Parlor Muigun nnd others wero prerent. """" rillltllklr. F nmt't '.ir'if r 't Vrtu !rf T llnir-l'iii ynliu tj inaVe mo u talli rout Mi ! inline Ar iii T Mra Ttiiiiif-i. I liua li mglit Ikt loitllisat tleco of ulin4 tllk fur U' jnirpnte .".t"i i itvo Gronluc 1'ounger i:cry Ytnr. fiiim tht Chi nj i .Vfif, tenrd, ' W,n Mni!l-I'l mil) '-"'. Ihrtk,i" "let. Uc . u,!il toliuuiju. that )OLng by-tub) Iliac C'uute and rffrct, fmmitkt Vlttfvljh VfU A tile rnt'itcrrj irvv urouiltrC acln.ty la tut tiiotb pick uatktt. "3UE OTIIKH mtlJXhT," How II WnsPnirrtiroi the y CleTC limriltr nn hi Hcro'nry of Iho Nnvy. To Tnr. EntTon or Tnr StiN-.'-'irr I hnvo l n for several years a careful nod. I hope, an Intelligent obiorvr of tlio trnnco antics of tl at little knot ot persons doserlhod ns "ornry ( lovelnndltos." The Albany Convention called In Pel ruary by tho Democratic Stnto Commit ticixpressod. in evonbody knows, the sontl meats of tho Democrats ot New York In pro pouncing In fivorot David II. HIU for Presi dent It selei tod seventy-two delegntes to tho Chicago Convention, and lo'ind the irentlcmcn so choen. Including some of Iho most hon or, d and illustrious of the Democrats of Now Yrrk. to support Hill as New York's choice. This Instiuction was cordially given nnd ns cheerfully a"cc ted, a largo number ot tho delegates to Chlcng. being members of thu Al bany Convontlon, nnd voting In favor of It Thoro was nbsolutels no dissent. Under theo circumstance", tlio duty of the instructi d delegates to Chicago was perfectly clear. Accepting the nuthorllyot tho Conven tion which scut them, thoy wero hound by oiery honoraldo consideration to represent, to the bof t of their ability, tho wNhos of thoso who sent them. Hut If for nny mason, real or fancied, thoy bellovod thnt ttio nctlon of tho Albntiv Convention wiunntilhorlrod or Irreg ular. It wns tho duty of those so thinking to decline tho honor offered them with tho sumo manllnoss im was shown by William Purooll. when In 1V11 hoiofnsed to seno as n Prost dentlnl elector for a cnndldato for whom ho could not vote. Now. ever slnco Tebrunry tho crapy Clovo landltos in Now York, In a moan nnd snonklng way, havo been endeavoring by hints and In nuendoes to mako It appear that a consider able poitloa ot tho Now York delegation would dishonor tholr mission nnd botray their trust by disobcslng tho Instructions given thom. Of cour-'c. thoro was no truth In theso state ments, constnntls repeated, and tho delegates at their meeting on Monday night stampod out tho slandor. I merely quote tho fact to show you 'tho mean and craven spirit ot thoso traitors to truth us well as to the cauao of Domocrnoy. Again, ovorsbody knows that Wohard Crokor Is n man of his word. Tha samo thing is known of tho vetoran Domocrat of Kings. Hugh McLaughlin. Thoso tsvo Inlluontlal Demounts, representing to n grent oxtont tho Domooratlo orgaulmtlons of Now York nnd llrooklyn. havo been roprosontod by tho Tlimci nnd other journnls for nearly three months pnBt as willing to betrny tholr followers and associates In both counties by "coming out for" a cnndldato whoso nomination. a3 all Democrats well know, would turn ovor this Stato to tho Itepubllcnns! Tho crazy Clovo lnndltcB. being without prlnclplo or bonso of political obllgnllon themselves, constantly Im nclno that every ono i lso Is of tlio samo dla poiltlon. Tho motlv os which thoy nttrlbuto to othora I ennnot more eovorety characterize than ns being no hotter than tholr own. I do not Know- whether many of your roaders havo noticed It but I havo. that whonovorand whornvor. ns In Ooorgln. a compromlso has been ontcrod Into In tho interest of harmony In tho cholco of a delegation to Chicago, the Cleveland men hnvo elthor brokon or en deavored to bro.ak their part of tho agreomont Such has been the fnct nnd It noed bo no causa for surprise thorcforo. thnt honorable nnd chtvnlrio men. ot keen Bonstbllltlos and high senso of duty nnd obligation, should shrink from contact with such traitors. I And that this sentiment actuates mnny of tho Kentucky nnd Virginia delegates in their estimate ot th Claimant nnd his coterio of frlend.s. A considerable numbor of tho nntl-snappera of Now-York aro lawyers. Thoso gentlemen must knosv that tho wholo of the alleged Clovo lond enrollment In Now Y'ork is a fraud and a "fuko." Thoro aro no k'50.000 signatures. Thoy must know this, and jot. knowing It such sncrlflco of principle and consclonco docs servility to the Claimant entail that thoy con sent to bo accessories to tho fraud and con federates In tho humbug. Bitting with straight faces whllo tholr spokesmen point to them as tho representatives ot "an onrollmont of a quarter of a million of protesting Domocrats." Tho individual for whoso solo bonollt nil theso lies aro told, all thoso frauds countenanced, nnd nil those deceptions prncttsod. Instead of put ting himself in alliums way at tho head of tholr "movement." snob ns It Is, hides behind tlio boltorb. anxious to dodgo into any door wlilch may be open provided it loads bnok Into tho hlto House. Ho is w illlng. It need bo. to dis rupt tho party by encouraging the boltors. or prepared, if moio likely to servo his purposes, to disavow entlioly ttio well-mennt efforts of the. misguided nmntours who hovo saeriilcod political honor nnd ull future title to trustwor thiness In his behnlf. 'Iho Claimant Is now In political eclipse, and Blnoo the notion of jestcrday's Conventions too much ntte'itlon given him would bo n wnstoot snnoo Hut ono thing ought. 1 think, to bo uduod to what 1 havo said regarding thoso who follow In Ills wako. nnd who will ba tho only iaitl Ip.ints In his wako nfter Juno '-!). It is an amusing Illustration of tho whole liumhur, William C Whitnnv. ox-Hocrotary of tho Navj.isono of tlio low Democrats of natlnnnl I romlncnco who has not sulTnrod po llticul t xtlnction from close nssociutlon with Cloveland. Unlike lairchlldand tho others. Mi. Whltnos bus retained a good shale of his polltlenl popularity. Whon. somowoeks ago, ho wns about t start for l.uropo. ho declared In u publlo Inters low that he had nothing to do with the Syracuse project, and Intimated tliut it would do the flX..presidont moro harm than good. The crazy Clovolanditos. who nro a wcak-knood set. can bo thrown Into pnnlc nt a moment's notlco by a solitary dofeotlon, and ns soon, therefore, ns Mr. Whlttioy's buck ss-ns turned und tho sosscl on which ho had snllod urn sifoly hoyotid sandy Hook, they began Is ing about him. and they could not havo been more untruthful if David 1). Hill himself was tho puluoet ot their talk. "Whitney Is with us." they declared, "no didn't sas so because ho wanted to throw tlio Hill men oil tho track. Do sou know why ho wcittnwas It was to fool Hill, so thnt whon ho enme back ho could surprlso Hill bytionilng put for tlie ssraciiso Convention." There woro mnny wlnka e.vcliniiged. nnd mysterious tin oilos fabricated, ullliailng fortholr object tho inlsr'preseiitatlon ol Mr. 'Whitney's uttl tude. 'Hits tiiistnosB wont on until the dav for tlio Ssracuso Convention was mar ut hand, nnd Etlll there woro no tidings of comfort nnd oneouruKoruont for theaiitl-snapporB from tho ex-Socrotar). Prominent Domocrats fioin othei state", visiting New 'iork this spring, oftou nsked: "Whoro does Mr. Whltnos stand?" It wns a natural qitnrv. and thenntl snnpiors. twist na they would, could give no satisfactory response. It prosed ut on their spiritt and mado them faint-hearted. Then it was that ono of tin in, umro menda cious than tho others, origln.it d a plin to which 1 must glsu tho ciedlt ot Ingenuity, "Whltnos," ho declared, "Is with us Whlt nos hns agreed to bo ono of tho deli gate to ( hlongo. Whitney Isiil out to come out Hut footed In our fusor. Whltnos sees tho way the wind is blowing, ninl bus ut lust doclirod hlinsolf. Wo had doultsof whltnos. but wo haio mum mi) longui he swis In (onsult.it.oii with P.iliohild ul d vnilersnii se-terda). When, onthomoiiiliii.'uf Mas .). the dlspir Ited iintl-snappirs tartdim their funis er rand to .s raeus , mans of the persons who had been led lo imagine that tin' nulementsof the ci.iy t lovolundlti s about tlm nvv-crotnry weio truo iniUlied In ami uliit tin; (nana lVintriili-t.itiui.fintli.it - hth'Piaii 'Jluyilld lint h o him. Hn iiis ii i in i Ilut jiit he luo the train stiirlid word si- I so I among tin iiutl riiil'lierK. "Wlntin) lias arrived. " Thorn was u f.iiut h ' i-mn ' nlliimnn With 1 d Milsa.-is.in rj ' til ! -on.in il ap at moo tiro tin I light. I ii .unt.au Idaii pei ex Sin reins of III Nav , was si en in uiltei tlm I'll. 'H v. las I. .nged. do i lure I sen r il nf the h me. hn lu.vonn liiiiistiiitieu.il. if i i .. . v feentaryat thep llnd w I e li w is n emu iitliieitypol ItiiH. aul i.i t d.isihi lis nisi -' ntjioorof a local iJeinou it 'uli' ( ;.ii rod he was nn I thu niitl- mil in " it ii ill) ufiiigh.could SLIIC Is Cl.'ll Ci " e if lb inns. 111b in a i ti ip in i l li ii". nt ii is transformed the o-souiiiliiri. th. lb ..:' ' , , Virhui-' nt -l i-i.lhei mad.) Inquiries for tlio e N eie i i. i nl set chid for lilni esoryw'ier .' ' . th 1" '""' '" I hen It w'aa llnl, fnr nn inn'. Hie Iiuir.bug pcrpo trilled ill .New I iMmi'oo ii luwi'lil dcCBls Ing Diun.H it-, a 'lh- tits was Hteii liiioi.gb. in- Wd.ii ,i"V'i" h..d jolnod with thom. nil i ! i I il." 'd I ' '" "" the dele, r.iti't P. i'ii g vih bid eoino out Ilut. In :. I In id r "f tl.e sji ii'i-d i or.Mintlwii, who luil ' V ,ttl' '".''"'''"''''""''ig iimiuid ' i-' i'"li'e il' 'S'ir. and vslin hml been nn ' V'U ",,"'"' ' '"''V11'1 aud An derson. .- a I William . Mi tnos.liiit mi. other Mb. ,1 'l,y,rl,1.'' Whliii..y. a soun,: laws ern'i I. ' ", vi'linn f tho fraud ' 'Hi rms i lid .1 fi 'i I i tl'OCioselanilltos nf New 1 r wi.inj'iu study thom from thu poslti i .1 i I iiitnoMot 'bseiver. but whon Si u rei.il i I ib-'U .Uilii t I lb" point nf slow tir till' J' r"' nliei-PIl ilolrut..r Ihn silo. cosh.i! n I nil m. nidi Inter, uud thoucinpt. illioeol II o pails Plllioiplcs.nliohuilltli 1'Ota iiiingli I willi i iin'RinMeinpt for them. I eon tusr, .u.d sou tun t help it oithpr. Uoop Louu Dtuscji I'a, . Hl: Yolk. JuuoU. BSBaiaan-aBaiavaaauaiaaavaBM-aaaBaBmiaaaaaaa WAunixa I'JMMom A Spectral Hern thnt la Rtippoatd to For, trll Indian TrnliMea. Fttm lt '(llpa rrm, TtsnovtNno. I. T., Juno.,-l.-IndlBnsofthls pnrt of tho country nro predicting n disaster of some kind. Thoy f bi that something tnrrlblo Isnlioiit to linppen tp their tiltiesorto tho In vading white men. Tho plntitoni trlbo hns been Bern and hoard Iu (loudly conflict, and this Is u sure indication that many dead men wllllleonthenclds. I'm ycirstlioio has been nlogcnd among th Indians ol this Torrltors' ,of n phantom trlbo wlilili wns supposed to bo the ghostly rem nant ot a once powerlul nation, which win completely annihilated by an opposing trlbo. Thin occurrence was so far t ark that It is now ono of tho traditions that has giown tnltty with ago. and It lias boon inunyjoars stneo there has been any Indication that thoro was a foundation of truth lor tho legend, which nttnehes to n ceitaln valley Iu tho wont cm pirt of this 'lorrltors'. In this volley, which If nlwavB shunned by tlm Indians of nil tribes, aro mnnv mounds. Indicating whore huiidredB of juoplo lie bulled. Ill this valloy, long nses ago. a great battle Is said to havo boon fought, and Iu this battle one wimlo na tion of redmen wns wiped from tho facoof the earth bs n victorious liiViidur, who tliercolter posfossod tho laud. The traditions nf tho Indians nro bo strong thnt aces do not wlpo out the legends, and whoro ono or more Indians havo soon un canny things nnd toll of It, It becomos a part of tho nations hlstors-. nnd whoro a spot Is found to bo possessed with spirits tho Indians novor afterward question tho truth of tlm story, but forever iibindon the place. Hiieh Is tlio history of the llttlo val loy where It Is said tho great tight occurred In this vnllov, full of those little mounds, the Inillntis claim thny havo. on snvernl occasions, seen tho warring tribes in deadly combat, and closely following tho ghostls buttle enrao troublo to tho Indians. Either pestilence, fam Ino. or wnr has Invnrtnhly followed tho nppnrl tlon. nnd while tlio Indians have not heard of tho phantom trlbo for many years tho legend Uvlvld in their minds and n w they boilovo thoy nln again to lie visited with troublo. .lohn Willis, a deputy t'nltcd srntos Marshal, Is now responsible for tho scire among tha Indians, for ho la tho mnn who hoard thoiliiad IV conflict hot wcon tlio phantom tribes. 'Willis did not know It nt tho time, and, while ho Is a brave man. ho heard such sounds one night recently tlmt ho lay porfootlv still. Willis wu on the trail of abnnd of horso thieves, nnd waa belated nno night iuut ns he entered Into a llttlo valley oovered with smnll mounds, lis hnd novor board of tho phantom trlbo nor of tho battle which was fought In tho valloy. He was far from a Iioubo, and plcko tod his horso nnd mndo bis camp. He had boon asloop for somo timo whon ho wns nrousod by bin horse, which wns onortlng nnd jumping about In terror. Willis jumped to his foot, thinking he wasattackod by n band of outlaws from tha nolso which waa made. It was bright moon light but ho could boo nothing. All around him thoro Boomed to be an Invisi ble host of mon. some on horsoback and soma on foot, and theso mon appeared to bo la dondly conflict. 'Iho nolso of tho trampling hoofs nnd rushing men could bo plainly dls tingiilshod.whllo blows wero struck so forcibly thnt thosound could bo distinctly hoard. Back ward and forward tho battle of ghosts scorned to rngo for ovor an hour, yet all tlio while not n thing could bo soon in the valley, and Willis was almost conv incod that tho sounds wore tha rosults of n dream. His horso continued its frnnctlo olTorts to escape, nnd nt Inst Willis was com polled to saddle tho animal and got nwnyfrom thovallos-. Just as ho got beyond the confines of tho valloy ull sounds osasod. and he was tempted to turn back, but just ns ho again ontcrod tlio valley tho war bogan again. He told his story to tho Indians, and then tho story of the phantom tribe camo out nnd tho Indians told of tho dlsnstor which waa suroto follow tho appearance ot the phantom warring redmen. OrerhoatsJ. Dim IX CKottarrvicfa tkixlf Pro As handsome as throo rlpo cherrlos thoy looked as thoy enmo down Market street this morning. Tho two older wero just passing out of Miolr teens. Ono was attired tn a oool whito floeoy dress that drnpod her admirable) form to perfection, and a cascade ot laco fell ovor woll-roundod shoulders, nnd hor skirt belt was held up with a pair of $ 1.50 suspend ers, nnd hor noat foot wore incasod In whlto Oxfords; tho othor vvasattlrod In a symphony of pink and lavender, and woro her suspenders on tho outside, the silver buckles roBttng daintily on hor full eorsago. and from the low. orraost horn of her skirt, as she hold It 6llghtly poised, was tho gllmpsoof a pink shoo. Tha youngest of the trio, just entering her teens, wns prettily draped In n wator-colored silk. They stonpod In front of n jeweller's window. "Onl nln'tthntoxprosslvo?" said shoot tha whlto robe. "I mean the blnek ono. 'No Trespassing.' 1 am going to buy It: It'll para lyse him." "I proforths old gold ones." said she of tha pink and lavendor. "It's Inscribed 'Private: Grounds.' nnd It'll glvo any man an effootual rebuke. Do lot's go In and prlco thom." With an Inquiring look tho youngest fluid t "How will any one know you'ye got them on?1' "Llttlo girls mustn't ask too xnnnr ques tions." nnd. closing tholr parasols, thoy went Into tho btoro; Ja. Leap Year Dream Entoa, iYem (At Dttroi I Tf Prim, "I am only clerk on a small salary." eha said. " but I can offer you a comfortable homo It you can dispense with luxuries. Harold." " I am no lco cream Uond. he answered coldly. " And can yon forego soda water t" " I novor touch lt'r "Nor candy?" "Mamma would cover 1st me aoaulra the candy habit," ho paid, truthfully. " Hvveet boy. Put you love the theatre tha mntlnco " "lou forgot I was raised In Boston." "Oh. thon. concorts aro your only weakness. Darling, there 1b n symphony to-night lam auro you would liko to go." "Yaas. If It duos not koop In too lata. Will you cull for mo. my Edith 1 "Atanuorterto eight precisely. You will be oil ready, doarost I ' " Vans. I novor kcop anyone waiting." Punctual tn tho hour ldlth Marshmallow mado hor appcaranco and found hor young lover ready for tho evoning. All oxcept his glov es. Thoso ho held In bis hand. " I can put thom on In tho carriage," he ex plained, ns wo go along." " Carrlago I" slu lokcd Ldlth. "Did you ex pect for ono moment. Harold Smlthlet, that I was to lirlnga carrlngo?" " And did you expect for ono moment. Edith Marshriallow, that I wns to walk " It was tho blttor end of their romance, and each went on their his hon-way. a wiser and a sadder man and woainn. raying Itrnt With a Km. from Ol St, Lmdi Got-IitmocrBt. MivnriM. Pa.. Jufioft Tho around on which is orectod .Ion's now Lutheran Ohurohwas donated to tho congregation l'JO years ago for the consideration of an annual payment of one rod lose by Huron Henry William Holcel. who founded Manlielm. nnd wns tho llrst glass ana Iron manufacturer of nny note In the United Stntcs. He domandod tho roso twice, and waa paid. Tho Union died poor nnd filled an un known grave, and tho payment was not lo galls demanded until to-day, whon, by or lunguini nt. Mr. J. U. liolgol, a groat-grandson ofthellaron. camo from Harrisonburg, Va.. tn recolvo It. Hers Ices throughout tho day had n memorial tinge. Tho Itev. Mr. Mongos pr. ached nn oloquont sermon frora tho toxt: " 1 urn tho roso of Hhnron." Tho aftornoon was devoted sololy to oxerclfles Incident to thu i nyiiiunt of tho roso and lntoiost tho whole town taking part Mr. Wealoaky'a Arlafoeratle Bern. From Oi Atlanta Cbnttitutlon, AiniNT. Gn. Juno X At the farm of Mr. Jlaurlco Woslosky. afnw mllos from tho city, a l'lsiiiouth liock lien had been sot on sixteen eggs thirteen of which woro Plymouth Jtock eggs and tho othor throo eggs of a common breed of chickens. 'Iho motliorly old hen batched out tho whole sixteen, but when thuy woro nil ablo to run about according to her clucking sho uoeinod to us'o tho throe llttlo aliens suspiciously. That Illildy disproved the mixture of the brood was .it onco evinced hy tho scornful mnnnor assumed, and soonslio showed It In an omplintle way by falling viciously on the three Mmngors nnd putting u sudden and violent end to tholr young llvuts A Mnplo Huear Mlaer. Krivt II- n.M'o.i TT'irtllt; A man living nt llurke. Vt . hns saved all the maple sugui ho has made Iu tho past fifty ) ears, having now on hand a onsidr il lo uuniitityof tho bulling of l-M'.'uud bis 1 1 tiro crop of overy scar bIiico. the whole aggn git IngHMKiO pounds. It h nil stirred sugar and has kept pnrfiHtlr. .Nut oils knows whs hn hoards tho au'.ir. and hu oilers no explanation. No Notrlty 'I heir. finnih iru.Mtfln r'nl i7 'Ilf. "If I were to ask sou to marry mo what would ynu uir'" "Why. Mr. .Imii'sbr." fiho faltered, ' reulty this is so slid Ion " . " I tlm light so," he answered "that's about what they nil sivs. Much ol Hge I ,, , Aiidthoiiluib'ildit was tl...of i him to go. In llic Hitlnii '', ,, (!. .V..r I I II ' V'rn siit.i rl. '.nt... ) Mi . j I hits ile 1 In . tiinini riiuiKirlalU.i .. '" kinliiu di.it vi . Inrli K'lali.rt , .. . , lit M.iiiirii.i'rrlniiiii III' 1"juiIc tlal l i'iuuW Ik ircumlii. in ,r i ' Ilia! Ill' 'I li'-. . Mor.sjrr Vour p'ai i e.' "' ' uncni In nai fKUlll : list II i.l. ...I .1 Hi in., i ! luyr .inpflir llrainutul Tl.rlllilia .411 I ri r Jtl it pwlu u 1 1 Miiu.ir kouiauiatuj'ltlin u-Jlirin vsjujf la uuJtr.aiilU