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..n- -jjiiTnr "IMF5" if rr-, VOL. XVV GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1.895. NO. HtvmDfnrtKcsM3n -v - -.-r -ui 1 ' JL XIJCj J, - - - -"v. E" ?T--TP i ir 1 - V Zlk OIL V Mi I;-') dr 'v. ' ' i 3 CTE ARIZONA SILVER BEN uWhbl titty Ssturey uioralng st filpfie. Gila Rfiunty, Arizona, -nv- kAGOEY ft HAMILL, UStfrkS ltd l'wIH B.UitcntMT3 Jt.vrnst One. &xir 'V''V,lV ....SJOO 2 00 130 'J lite UMtt v Ailvar.iiiiiE njMl lent ion, . Knit as iiiatlo knutvii on v OFPrOatf. DIRECTORY. Territorial. Connor X. O. MuqJijr. PfcoNtter XlWfWtf-Jatin Y. T. SMitlt. Phaiiix. jptsflutait of PnMW Ii.HnictWn G. Jiftr-Thuft. nufil. u;roa Cutttt-dlewCjay GaasWaa;, CWsf Instis. 17mU: Int. H. Kibbcy, AiMfUte JimMc. riiumh; H. & Stw, AHueiate Jui tic, Tutn. 4T. S. l;Wiet 4ttwRr-TUM. V. Wil. ?. MaHkal-HoUrt IT. Paul, rrgr Qhwm) Ryl A. Jn!ia;n. JU( f Firtt Judiefa! TNrtrbt-B. E. Hmi. JpltSniMdrelal 0itnct-Jo8. H. Kittft llicHix. 'Slim "' M Jw&iiil L'Mrlct-lUnr loirrlft FouiUi Judicial Di.trict - K. akrkrtiw Owi-.T.-!. if. KiM.v. SfetrW-ilf. H. Tiwpnn. 1'iHhr ifceriff 0om Pwbit- n lHltotVWiwy-im Vn Wcr.r. mv J. W. Jfll'jwu. ,nn aiit- 0m4, oron? ihe ! il. rv. t ratasMMrCCMfnuidvhi f1Mr.. -W '. r.!cvttak.hvriIOW MOO l tliitnd 4ew, 7( mloirt, loHJlnilr 111 d i.t.'hwt iiW tPwMr, ulj ntb. . 1 10 deg 1 irc.t mliinMm lenrto, Jan loth,.. .ISA M in tmprMar! Sd. l-rcr Jlinj diwdlou 6f wm-1 Sntht H ..awrraUon ctUftOJajr aver iorrl Tmr, du-fnMttKiwrtWe;rttthe- hi soMn '-i gT - S. A. L.OVE, , A'4TCt-1l!ziuil ItUtrtimt'tns .Urnt. lrdm Iw nrl otber );ifm dmn up. i iii , Vfc ' oks esauiined E t- 1 wk eUiicd a.iti Ktert, 1H1U mode tut. 2W. 1SCI. T. TlrtBRKi'&ON u- V. lSUAfii. i&jjf WNHCk w nwuwii"vi ia .cnf a. nnnc53THnM4 r ITTOrWCEYS AT LAW, OWi-0 one, door Smtfc of Court House, ; i:- .MtCTBOB nuil'Ullg. OLDBK, A. T. tl !S. C. HitoEcock, - WIKM.S8A-K AND f.ETAtl- V .f. T ,: -AtS" BitAiJMt ' V v v s ' VQ1WX ARjOT&J UClOlsailK 014ABS, PAlff.QttS, UBS. BRUSHES It r iir.e Lifetupr.st - &kjvntmt'' ntlnn'n aarefullv comnoundcil jtirt ftf ye'Uay or Night. it'll ioiick. i. . . r. J. 0- (?. K., wU Wlu. ireakttt J. U, U F. hall. r Ih (rood staBftttir am oor- Hr1 Ul aUni. Oius. Cot.UN, K. U. .nim. K. 8. t)Ar.iirY, no. a. lAriirK1 on tks teHl a4 fourth tli. VtaBlrai hrdlirn in ily MrvitirWa-atJend, 5- Sw'l-c. W?lr-nrion PHr '' sir.sRm.1 mmWmn' mLXJA Ilniiilntea the torpid liver, ntroticttm iiHllieillse'tlvuurcnilK, reculnt lite bonUU, unit nro iiuiiiulcl in an ANTI-BILIOUS MEDICINE, In innlnrlnlilUtrlots tliKlrvlrtncnar Wlilcly rvt'0;iilxcil,ttiynii.spjo lillur propcrllvx in f rrctiiK tlionjriitcia rrum I lul xUoii. J'.lcKimtl.r Hiicar cuutotl. Duxa Jitiull. l'rtco,-J3cl. Sold Everywhere. Olllcc. 11 Murray St.. Knw York. lTcr9laclhciab!tliMntortheflistvtperoa Ifee btf of Sion l'rautlco, which wc blle vmi Ihe "Alts," icutavcil from M(Hilrey la ISM; th luliabiuiits of tbe Caulgcntnlly have beu Inter est in lite ucwa from Sub 1'raucl jco. The "Alta," like ayoUerplarief '4t,ha3suocumbl to tUIcvhaWesmlg )au'rr,tBt)lBr"1 majority, aiwl, like etlicr pbucr, lu.Vrcn uckil by jtaagtr gnfta!iocj. The "Uxaatiuer" lia tatit jiethapi tb: raet prOmlccut place In the ivcwtpajKr fkl4 trf lite j'carj, ami ill Wekly t Jttln li vcty (jtiuralty taken Uf tlittM whe wtn ltittrcHlii; ami reliable prr p-.iWlllii at "THe .Bay." Mverj-ooe U (juiilUr with the I'malum OiTin made by ilr. Hearst, the " Kxamlaei's " enterprising iHibirsher, aaJ It is ly iiMry t ; ay UiattliU yearth afrsreg&t jJu;f tiM-ixctalaiBf ofvteti Iticre are ," trjlKVWJ. whkh'are diatributcU among nil the u)icfilMr!i to tlw paper'. !:iaMl:bntu(tteMprc Biluwi, wliidt range lu value from iO ceuta to JfTOO, every substiitxr receive oae cf the four 'jrrtat premium jiu-tures, ilikhwlll W roaiaftte bin in a tube direct from the "Kxamiaer" oc aisooaftitLc abcriptioii la received: ;iTl Ritmt frei Hsww," Sr Melswia. "Tie Rasa (Mit RMv," 6r A. Ww. Kaeli f these picture U 2IxM inclies, nud they ire ekrwutly reproduce! in tac ilmlle, howlK every tint and color of the irret original, either otw of Hhlci could not be purchased fr jKXytao. 'Jim i4 CfelMtru nnt," If C Kapitr Bwr '-arist LMTiii ai Pralwira'SF Gsstaie Dre Kach of these pictures It reproduced In piwt invuK, slae 31:ca, and emlneully fittnl for tram MMr.aDdyvlll Rdotu the walliof the most roSittd Jwik. Tl tubKllptkm price of lite "'Weekly F.iauil, ntt " U Jl.W.aml suberipnon.ray be t aithtr direct to W. R. Hearst. .IJtAIWlw, Sai ftamrfsai. throtwH the Local 'Aveat of the th T m AM.t of lhl "llrmuuuvr v ai 'Uxiioiuer ' oi the ltstsalstti. MATRIMONIAL! l-.ilji, et C.H.-wt 9h rwwti. JH,f'irlitmsiMi.iia. r Mfi.pvfcrcaty to. M'. I i!!n!.tJ,BTtt.lt "OF Iff I--. t!b v.n u . !PttAViER697CH!CACaill.. .ONFESSiO?ia" OF an v i rt&o- WRITTEH BY HERSELF. df ptttslls Md temp'3ti'.r3 h.eh ! joowrtrh nhi Titpirc .to U'e. Tho Khemw oi tho libw thwaaatn.t TtruOi aro "''; Ar2j'5' rose ot the personal luo cr a popular aetxssa. ltatai oit n "pl-n En!th Jor tbo who W?SI Ei DO., 00 8UIS ST., WiVMWitU. h.i. t. M..l. In r,r..l train tBB B&ar89. OLH N r. F SEE, AKtlHlI foist TVil-s-B 781rM,(Hf. .-Pi Hrhla Ms wtaykl l(-'1 IilpkT Wi-tj-.-flJ'.dxj', wrnul if . Uxs I'tlt-vOXta wl'h fMUt na eai ut 'IVret f "-' '' csch ItKaHiv rn leMr4 Mi niPND'f invoiJinnaBHUin rt liTC. ATI tiH rM t hi- rit rM whwhh- h fr t tf vf)fT wr tn4il.i vtaTpftkJ V (w ,tHvii, f ., AP v n Kiii ' it Tart nwiMf'Mo s .- "- R. W.TnnsIlI & Co.,'7otoy Mlate .St., Ihlrnffn. Ktry Town for JT- i-fiut frinuli Ulois, i CLerry Ci:;ar Shnvv Oval Cae; j r'r,.nt. .Nicki) MerclmntM n'v. 11. W Andrea"" at once. TaNMlLf. i Co., a above. THE WEST, INDIA , ilippjiy, PHOrBisroiw or ihk Wt t ISIHA , r Sto m a.ch . Bitters. A'o, 'outliSoeond .trcpt, - 3f i W, " -.. ? .' i.-r-'-- - - 'Xtl jrsat Tonic ha been inlmlttcrit to th,e 0 ottle U the MiMsatiPPi V1Uy fr Ibrf-pa Ij thirteen yeara with unlinndtI auoceaa arid1 popularity. ' 'in.,..A;: ...,ll,tn nl H.n Llml.nlanl tb-if tiKiU it ns n stimulant, an apctizor, or antl rlyiutio. It le particularly adapted to mala rlitut illatricU and iw a Provontatlva of Chills, it not surpassed . ' -It I endorsed by the beat oheroiit fl the moat ttteaelons, ftiengthcning Tonic this oodntry has ever produced, the vaUi'eoi vyhioh willlw rcoiftiliri)V all who mav use thain: ' I'rivate c4tin of Arizona visiting' St. TmlT have expratMd their convictions that it ) p eultarly atlapted to the wants of mat Tarrl. torj and neVds only a trial tofnsurl!tsPedy Inwoiluction there. Order aildWeed to TiTTC WBST INDIA ! M AXlrrAC3TrjlTtIXf; POMVAY 1W i ;,rr-mpt iccutu' ' 13 M !ya 1 1" 'v?JfciB tm&&, ir ! Sia-Nr Mttn Mas.a. ir-jan ruaTC fzt 1 AtT2C5,T,r UrTrW. ! stMMaBlJViMagiJ BaaBffisBtfl'as'J , VMHaKSl'- t SfMEpirtami Wm. Zimmarmaan, CAEPENTER and BUILDER . ASl.. m pb. Hus on liAitd at U tiinA a select nswrtmenl of furniture, of tlio latwt (itfn, for h1 t J moderate pricu. Auo, i'nprf laiigiU,' Sternly Done. DHDERTAK'Hfia'SprtiHy. MTOrdera taken lurtii unt in Stuck, WM. j:immmann, 01U, ArUonn. i HOT to BUY tWWE euvE lEE wgan 11k crJo-: DTICC4 c-.-ejlTiM ".no.1ni.rttX.r. iBwtffar fl ' Cesal-ABrlS'ihoirf Cut -Wo act, j-iVvik't.il! Sept. ohtlnijcwlail,ftw1 ayvz ?ip"ast'a : I ,;i ami li.uttralatx nsh t.ur - f Iitbag .(u t;J -ieic; kc ping OwV , CavUSiu. T7p?iobtery,atc etc "VfltNW .A Uakft f "? l?TRnSJFW Spasoui ofj af.il lis fie fqrr m "if tarfVe Urj Jr jrr '1 lAtle x ie u,t...v Ihtir t i. Mft t. ;, !'...ir it dp.v'j't o gar? -t pr-vi.: 1 . j dti'ir,-e 'nm d ntf Utitr fr.;a a.i vj., in I g.;i a- .. & 2u.fc it, ;;ew y5?.;; citv. KMUii MABKIT, (One d r imilh of E F. U.re.) Kw.lotr A. CoV GLOBS Arf T Mm Fib 1 25?i urpn3f,BJaoe PR0PRIST0R8. (iiWMI'HL'WtfWa.li'H Ni1 s ftlrrityB (or (Sal f OISE BEEF, ffil 121! i-I.Vj Ellfcs.-- gt&" Ordcrie Taired for tnd Ment Delivered Dailr. fMUfTi I H 9 thf MOrtti. tif satU.(TWfc l 1 i a-ftuW h --ttll-i . -- ft -f vf !.. ii 1 via'l - it ; Mtf4 TU fowl. lf ' Kl '" HV-VT - WtWii.jyBWj && H WI Ui afiittb f ' tfittbtitk Il-pr-nrl, 1, ur Ad4rn(.M lULLFITAcv.. u ft'. C0?FS COHSUMPTiON SCROFULA SXONCHJT.8 COUCH3 COLDS Wasting KsMisefi EMOLSIOli SORES WoncJotfuI Fiosh Producer. Many have gainod one pound ptir flay by ite use. Scott's Emulsion 3 not a secret remedy. It contains the stunulat ing propeviaea of tho JHjpopht philefl. aiid'pure. Konveian Cod Liver Oil," tie potency of both boing larcoly incveiwad. It is lined by Physicians all over the world. PALATABLE AS MILK. 5oW by nil DrUgfflat$. 8COTT &. BOWHB, Chemlstt.M.Y. . O. ?. F. lleguininisetlnt O.O. l'on Jlom f of lelieLotlye Ho. 6,-1, lay nfjtht el.eaeljweek Ht .Masaincijau. AllbroihftisiagoodstaritUngarocoidiaUj intlted. W. II. HlfNDEH, N. O. KX. BEXW0 8i'v Sirtsomvi ' 'iy' Hogtii!irco'nrminlratirtl)Oi Wliifp ?,toun tola Lodee. Vo. 8. A. F. A. M. nxrt Tlimwlnte'ii mi er Bim,.f,idlr,ir .ii.V, ful t Moot). SnJonf.r.inft Urethron in good stani' Ing cordially iiivttBil . llv order oftlieW.M. C-A.VrSK, : 1W SS H Bhk iso aWj raU," C'l.1 r1 'fit l iijrb, MAsAJi WHAT . FISHIB'S FOR . SCHOFUIA, . ., siTirriL . , MCZEMAf ffe My Bimodj tliat wil! TiioroUglili Eradicato iSass disease ftom tie sjsteiu M W do aot tic ajy of Ute Mtreury or.. I'ot wli tiaatuitnt whnteter, iut to )i eonlrary, our rciuody will expel frow th ystM !' nurcurial otfect.i. Our preparation M witir'e- I ly tegetable utul the rankest tMa oati be ! Uken into tlie stomach witimnt the laiwt in i jury to tli ujstctii or fsr of salivation a I vfulufi b tho caf were tueiewv & of its I ch ntitisnt partt. The patient oaji est or ! tlrinli what be i)laea tfVft .Hiufar. Mir tlt- i ' : . . ..... ...,".. .! t UMtrt, Kivin tn lie piat oi&ok so ura eonrKe i U,atieSpee!fio oontiuuii da4 load of iner etiry, it i The -ilst Sterols Blood purifier evr known. Scrofula Srflrefcaud oM Uteew p:2i:i.notr curts.1 in fri 30 to SO dy fcn- PMAtra Sr eei'.e. All IrMsrn c mliasuuai. full partisulari fixe. Allies. VV. W. BAfLBY. 6.m Carl., Ariioua. Julius Si 'SttcCMsor to D. Sultan &Bro., Dealer In COMJ'LKTK b-TCM-'K .f Cfroceries, FGISISHM QOODS, (DRY GOODS, Boots an ?5, UCKiNQ S' yniiirrjkBy IvIIhUjPIv Sff8 er8 Usa Crockery, Glass" Vare,Liqfiors3 Ci gars, Tobacco, Tinware, Hard ware, and PrntMetiuiiies, ALWAYS ON HAND. PBOMPT ATTENTION given to Country OrdeirS. .Qoodfj Delivered Free of Charge ip.Oiob and immediate viomity. , .. .' Jbfeiit for Awmotor Wind mills. axTBB i WORK pcmntR LESS WATER THAN ANY OTHER WHEBL. a -3 OH F. if, W S5 I. - W 2 ilfan, Merchandise. s, h1: ) n mm n ii t, J52 XjViP -; .V. : E1 i I 5 Mi ff SP$3 '-J 1 TIPTO - 5tt i-i-!m ' i - WmWmWSL Ll itL'- Jar" ,"' . - rci&fB& i2 tr ,T.!-.J.v Trnilr Scliouln. (The Ctntury .tfasiizine.) Those schools, in fact, .s.upply tho only moanfe by ."n-lilcli Amnrican boys can become skilled workmou. 'ihe old apprentic sybtom haH Rone, never to return. Both tho spirit of tho time and tho changed condition sot tattle uro flgniual it. Outgido tho largo citiop, In the tto-cnllod country districts, boys enn ptill bo ttifght a trade by tho work ore in ft; but in tho largo cities, whore skilled labor is in demand, this in no luiiger possible. Tho trade unions it: the citioH nro controlled by foreign er who seek to cohiluo Uioir industries to men of their own nationalities. TIiy flt i(ly refuse to teach an American -boy a trade, but thoy combine to pre vent him from getting employment af ter lies has Hiicceeded in learning it, in p. trade etihftol.' Tilts la a situation of HiFuirs without parallel in any country in the world, and ono which will not be tolerated in this country when once public opinion has been croiuod to a full ooinjarelisusioM of it. Golonol Auchtnuty ban hIiowh from statistiua that out of $23,000,000 paid annually to mechanics in the liuifdiug trtwlwj in New York Oity, lose than $fJ,04X),000 goa to thoe born here. The u timber of tjeyr joiira-jyirfM tra'aed ntde ihe cities in the trade them selves is not sufficient' to 1111 vacancies, much lew to aupply the constantly in creasing demand for larger force. Thouaaude of foreign mechaiiioa come bare ef'ary, year, wme to ramaiu, otiers to work through a busy soii and rc turu to Europe with their profits. Theae foreigners have no sympathy with Americas. They control the trade-HHieB8, which in turn control the labor market, absolutely in their own interest. They ek to keep wage high by cloaiug the doors of employ uient o all comers pot vi ' Iheil on kind. The reetilt is that i& free Amer ica, sometimes called the pradiae of I workingmeu, the Held of skilled labor ii eecupied almost esoluaively by for eigners who deciire that an American boy shall not enter, either to learn a trade, or to flud employment' if ke shall have becu able to learn hie trade elaewher. . We preeeut to the civilised world Iho aateuudrng: epectaele of a great nation, vyhili boasts iSwlf the ituott on the globe, throwiDjf open it vast and lucra tire ftelda of skilled labor to the me chanics of all other nations, while clon ing them to it own son.x. Was there ever a more incredible act of National folly! Wo have in America material from which to make ihe beet ami qHick eat mechanics in the world that is the teatimouy of all competent authorities, yet Ve refuse either te train Vhem or to give tham work if trained. We de plore the existence of iucreaeiug num bers of idle and unoccupied young men in all eur oitee, and then accept con ditions which cempfl ft multiplication of tho aumbera. It is useless to blame the foreign laborers j they arc merely improving thsir opportunity. The American people are responsible, and they must supply the remedy. The first step toward he remedy.ia the multipliualioB of Iriwle-eolwbts, and Die second is the iositaoe upon ths free exercise of every, man's right to earu hi living- in his o.vtu way. It is surely not too much' for the American people to say that their oriri sons shall ntif only be permitted to learn trades, but hall bo permitted also to work at them after they 'have learned them. We advise any one who is desirous of seeing the kind of skilled workingman that the American boy .makes, tt visit Colonel Auchmuty's schools and look over a set of photographs of his grad uate. He will find thorn u bod? '61 Vl "' ' ' clear-browed, struight-oyed young fel lows who will compare well with the graduates of our colleges. This is the shift" from which laborers are made who honor and dignify and elevate labor, net by agitating, but by being matters of their craft, faithful in its performance, and willing to sharo ita toil with all comers, fearing honest Dompotittou from no quartor. Such man are at once true American labor ers and true American citkons of the highest type, mid the cducalienal sys tem which evolves thorn is a National benefaction of incalculable value. The cnbleway at tha Defir Prjt groiip of mines near Descnnso, Cal., was broken iu a singum!- way recently. It had a single span of 4,450 foot. The tension is 20 tons, .and thp loads nra 120-pound sacks of ore from tlie mines on tho mountain sido to the mills- be low. Just after an extra hard shake in the' sorios of earthquakes tbirit parted. It is supposed that the vibra tions, coming frcim each end of the line, met in tliooentar and caused the uroakTho'No'w York Sun. "..'' "K- . tk wlienliiea j'i-siate 'it-'.'Lji mm Wwoon "' rn immkM oauMmg to h OurTrdlau CampKlaat. There is a striking contrast between tho rapidity with which political cam paigns ere fpught out and their results' made effective in England, and the long period through which the process is distributed iu this country. The Salisbury Parliament was prorogued on June 28th, and the election of .a tjow House of Commons was orderju to take place within the, first three waoks of July, whilo the writs required the assemblage of tho Parliament on August -1th. ' Thus withMt o fqw days after tho election have resulted in their favor, Urn Literals will be iu active axeroise not only of the legislative but also of ?he executive power. In this country, the interval of some twenty weeks that usually elapsqe, be- Vweon the great conventions that frame platforms and select candidates and tho elections in November, makes the for mal cainpufgtiioo long and wearisome, and subjects the party organizations to undue strain and temptation. The machinery beoomes too elaborate and formidable. CamHtigning become too uineh a matter of dollars and executive deails. Instead of helping public opinion to form itself and express itself in a pfdper.fashion, these -vvor-prgan-ied party machines are tending to be come inimical to a normal and whole some play of publio opinion such as ought to.dorainate.the situation. Then, even if the Democrats should lie successful, after ihis deliberate cam paign, 111 ebring Mr. Cleveland's olee lion, they must wait seventeen weeks .longer, after the peoplej'.ave iveu their verdict, before the vast pow?r of the Presidency is trausfened from the vanquished to. -.the victor. Moreover, ualese the unusual expedient of a spec ial fcessiou should be adopted, the new Congress to be 'choeee in November woald not aeeemble at Washington un til a period of fifty-six weeks has been consumed in waiting. The methods of our federal system , fairly, require a measured aad deliberate rate el .more ment in our electoral processes; hut there would be no loss or danger in the adoption ef quicker'and less cumbrous ways. At least, the cnslom of later nominations would be advantageous. It would le better for the country if September rather than June were the corjveuiion month. The business ef Congress was practically suspended for several weeks by the reeeut convea ttoas, which.for obviona. reasons anight not to have been held until the .?Ksiuii had been completed and ite work had gbe upon record Thp lleviuw of Iteviswg. The iBfroduettpn to Poor's Manual of the railroads' of the United Stuts for 1992 has been iwftieil, siiU i'4 "30 pages contain a great deal of interest ing and valuable statistical matter. Tho length 3f railrciad irabk laid in .this country up to Dec. 31st, 1801, aggre gated 170,001 miles. The net increase of mileage of all railroads in the fiscal year 1801 was 4,4,8,.miles. Twenty five years age the railroad naileage of this country was 3J,50. The increase lias Iteeit greatest iu the Weatorn States, where the mileage has increased froSi 15,777 to 100,509 miles. There were 1&1.SS1 miles of railroad worked last year, tha gross earnings of which were $1, 138,024,450, and the'' net earnings $866,209,880. The sliare capital oor- j-esponding to the mileage completed at the tad of 1801 equal! $4,809,176, 051, against 4,640,239,578 in 1S00, the iMcreaee equaling $168,937,073, the rate of increase being 3 "6 per cent. The funded debt of all tho lines at the close cf the year aggregated 3,285, 295,074, .a sum $129,393,019 in excess ofMietoW of 1890, (S,10fi,t02,025)l an increase of 2 "5 percent. The other forms of indebtedness of tho several companies at the close of the year equaled $815,302,503, -against ,8iJ70r- 194.297 for 1890, a 181,794. decrease of $81,- .. The eontinlied decrease in tho export trade of Great Britain is causing groat disquietude among tho manufacturers of that country. According, jo the Board of Trade returns, just published, it appears that the exports of iron aud steel for the first six months of the year wero 1,277,802 Ions, valued at 10,73,829, as compared witjj 1,662,- 2 tons, Tabled at 11;05J,2T7, dar ing the first half of iUl. The decrease was, therefore, no lese than 381,406 Crijs, ot'23"18 per cent, in quantity, and "4,210,958, or 29 par cant, ia value. Seeing that the exports qf Ml wero much lower than . thoes of tho previous year, we may will ask with the British manufacturers, Where is this going to. end? The export of ma- uhinory, hardwire, cutlery, implements itticL tool JbwedadeoreftseoM;87 per thl '-liifij: . " il . "1 n n ' ' -'"! Ifntlff'lS per cant and 2.C 'per cet 1mfa, Veipeotively. and tl&'prf H tmnii decline. ,Ul , , m San Bernadino county. CaL, is con templating the. Gxhibition, at the Wprld'aJFair,, .of a "palaee" of native sajt,. using blocks of crystallized salt that measure 12 by 12 inches and arc transparent. ''' hi' ' It is estimated that the. thirty-five .railroads which enter OhJcfcgo will ex pand 3110,000,00p ir; fncreasipg and jimprovjng their 'itquipmant. and facili ties for transporting WorKdVa Fair vis tors and freight, mi ' According to the cecatw bulletins the aggregate wealth of tho United- States) is $03,(518.000,00.0, whioji is rvqr. thlr teu billions tnore thaa the wealth ot Great Britain, which is the next wealth iest nation-iuhe'wOrltt. " ' The immense fund in possesupn of the State, of Texas for educational pur. poses is mostly loaned to counties who use the money for public w.orkg , Tim Stato comptroller has invested over 83,000,000 of the permanent school funds in the hands of the varioux coun ties, and as yet no default iit the 'pay ment of interest has been made. Band-McNaily Banker's Monthly. Mr. Franklin W. .Smith, wild has built the wonderful Poinpeias. House in Saratoga, is interesting the tjealthy Jovere of art in this country in the etoc tion of ancient Egyptian, Assyrian, Grecian, Boman and Gothic monums&r tal buildings with a . perfecti rcproduc-' -tion in every detail of form, arrange- ' incut, device, ornamentation and fur nishings. Mr.f Smith has (sauguine oxr peotations of an early beginning of construction aad in the general interest and inoluation on the part of the legis lative and administrative authorities, to grant a superb site for the galleries on a hill slope in the Park of the Soldiers' Home as soon as a location is secured. Mr Smith contemplates the preliminat ry gift frori some muniuceet- patriot pf one million dollars, hopefully to be followed by a series of private sub? scriptions, a gift of one hundred thous rnd dollars to'ooustitute a ' "Founder" j of one thousand, a "Benefactor"; of one hundred, a 'Tatron." The con ception is a grand ono uf Parthenon, ef courts and galleries, of temples re producing Roman, Ugyptiau, Assyrian, Gothic and Moorish palaces, with pyra mids and sphinxes, and triumphal arch es to Washington aud Lincoln. . By the death of Thomas Cook, .he chief cf the well-known firm of excur sion managers, tha world has lost tho personal services, of one who absolutely made his own field of labor. Born iu Derbvehire in 10S, Mr. Cook was br turns florist, vncter end rood .'irnsr. In 1811 a temperance socirty organised a picnic to meet at Lmijhboruugh. Cook Conceived the idea that the rail- rood oonpany migbt.be induced to run a special traiu at a low rate for this purpose. This the company did, and" - the success of the undertaking was so great-tuat uook uegau to plan excur sions As a business. At first he con- . tented himself i with, local .excursions, but little by little the trips bo'eanio longer. In tha year of the great Xioii doh exhibition 165,000 persous went tu the great metropolis under his manage ment, Iu 1855 his first excursion waa made to Paris. In 1S56 he took n par ty to Germany. Tours through Swit zerland, wore added in 1861; AfteV tbat he extended his evstem to Anier- , I; ,i ' iciu Thau followed tours to India, Egypt and the Holy Land; Mr.. Ceok also did much towards abolishing pass ports. This number of the Review is. a3-" strong in its portraits of distinguished personages as its predecessors. .The ' froutjspioce is r. magnificent portrait fct Mr. Clevoland, and there, follow clear and striking portraits pf.iMr. Stevonsou, the Domocratio vice-presidential candidate; Messrs. William Q. Whitney, .Benrko Cockran, W. L, iWil son ef Weat Yirfinia, Henry Watter, son and Senator ATilas; Messrs. Weaver and Field, the People's party uoniine.es J Mers; BJdweUawd.Crftufill, tho Pro hibitionisl uomineee; Mr. Henry C,. Frick, Mr Androw Carnegie, Mr, Hugh O'Donuell, and Governor Patti- j son, in connection with a discussion rjf the labor troubles at Homestead; Hon. Edtvar4 Blalo and tho Dukq of Aber cirn, in connection with tho English elections; Mrs. Hepry M. Stanley and Mrs. John A. Lcgan, apropos of some remarks, on English and American women in politics; Hon. Andrew D, White, our new Minister to Russia"; Messrs. Carter and Harrity, the new'ly appointed chairman of the National Republican and Deiriocratio Commit tees; Prince Fordinand of Bulgaria and his batrothsdi ths Princess Mary of Edinburgh. There aro portraits of 'the fcilio'wing prominent men who have i.':..i .is.., .nr.." n-...n w - vijA.it fVOOUklJi uiovi. j,AI. vnjjvuo 75 A IWil, IKe'ItSf. Dr. Chid! tipi-w- $&l Chidlaw, PrQfetor-jl'lielK IH.TTJSTS? ' afrMBSiPiyaSs&i ' i-rTrr -"V It nMBir :: ""Siitwr '' WaaW WfflGr .fctsir . j .j0M Vi . "-'