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7 3r&&&Ssg:xf:' sf S!f3??Xa?H-5'SKr- iiK5 tTRSsapfrTS'WeHSWtAJI!1.-. J USHMEVJIVKSMtsS' ,-"-' v ",-- " S 5 THE TIMES LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23. 1873. (TiuiPx TCtnb1i5lifi. XS.3 JJ. R. yVntli tiy. .ran. 11.1. j vol. a. ::c. JO. WHiHIKLiY i I if - "eStoitta iJimcs THURSDAY. OCTOBER 23, 137H. WITHIN T .E REA?H OF ALL ci.ts Biff- o- l.tteMUriit Hrll. and HnumW. Fnr er uni-a We e nr Wm'al ariu0nrivii: nituvp Ann 4iw a ... tit .t',f.'iLm al the nominal turn W 51 "fl ' i yirjr tth papert Tht grmtut ihJuctri'r.l ojrreJ (ik na.ie, Pttd.o$ct, Otunly and Mate in fall, uith mane ord'r or rt'jittrrrd lOter, and the Jljxr trill itfuncJtnlri prumpt U, AiirtM THE TIMES, jteaictt, Kiu 8ENATOK BUMSEB ba addrep.d letltr to htn lrctore agent canrellin; hi errtje mesta. Tb dtie "( bia fritcdn U Kiven M hia rearnii, and be aJdi: "Had ihia try raientatitto procaedKl fruui a few only, or had my frieoda been divided or It atrrnu ou, lahoald not, ieibaNi, nave frit ron trained as I do now by their uninimou judjinent in letter and conversation. leivir.g me no alternative. T'MIIMK tVTAV rABMFK have made zcellent nomination for their county officer!. Tbe Quimplvt, GluLe and PalntA, all admit tbia, and every utatrinent cenM 10 indicate that tbe ticket will b elect ed. The Orange movement in A!rhion county bida fair to be a auccem. Tbev nomi nated good men, a.n 1 K-puMicai,-. In 1 hia tbey manifeated a;ood eiir. Ttie demand thtayearia for s U-tter claas of mm to fill oCcial poaitiooi. The people srem Jcin mined to elect none but capable ard l.octrt men, all of which betoken a better fu'ur- ajcreRCat iLKCTIOa Tbe election that ocrur thia nmntb take pUce in Pennaylvania, Indiina, lowj.Soutb Otrolina and Weat VTirsinit The two Ut are at tbe cloae of tlii uionib; ib riuifi der onTueaday, the H'b Orri.ii rlw-i, member of Conrea' to till the '. Mr Wilao.i. deceaed, on the 13tb, nj t'llt'or oia a J dge of tbe 3-j(ecir tir ituil.iii liter Governor are to l chux. a 10 Ubio .lid Iowa; a Si Lie Tie-i'ilrrr ii.'l Julge of , efeU,.mueUourtiii reiin-yivu. Juoe and superintendent ol Elmnlim, Court Judjea in Indiana. . a alt: JEatMllMHHO . ' wa re iitted yeaterday by Judge Delnbuy to I the United Statea Circuit Court. Thin action on tbe part of the Jndge waajuat and wiae. It u a cjae wherein much local feeling exiata ! ia tbe State, and it ia eminently projier to j atsd the cue where it will be tried before eo wood and diaintereated jurist 11 Judge iHllon. The attempt to defraud tbe Lnited State of (52,000 Is a crime of ueh uignitiidc Ibat ! the public will only be satisfied with the t most thorough investigation that lie "urla I tn BTIVe TBK St. Joseph fioWia disposed l do way with ympatby in the case of ex-Sena tor Pomeroy. It very appropriately say aoaae of the newspapers are beginning to shad tear over the rxrt that Old Sulnidy Poaaerov is iu reduced financial circum stances. As he owns two or three Lundred Ibouaabd acres of tbe beat laml in K"a, and great deal of other valuable projierty, and hts a million or two of ready money to pay taxes on it, these journala may as well reserve their sympathy for some mure needy and deserving object. If we were "re duced" to Old Pom's financial condition we should feel quite healthy. The New York ITuifJ enter ila jiruteet against any further continuauce of traa Atlantic ballooning. It say: "Tbe interests and the welfare of the over-taxed toiling millions demand that tbi thing should be topped and balloonacy nipped in the bud. Here are gat-bags being recklessly thrown off in every direction and balloonist tlttter d and feted to such a degree that one will accidentally find hia way across the ocean sad thus open the path through tbe air for aew aystema of taxation. No sooner some clevei balloonist has found aa aerial route to Europe than we shall have a dozen compet ing line coming to Ibis country on pro gramme cheapened down to a starvation point by the pauper labor of that continent." TatsVK. It is well known by all who read the pa pers that Col. D. R. Anthony was one of the very first advocates of tbe Grange movement. .4ua, Oct lGth. Tbe J reinstates tbe plain truth and does Tub Time justice in giving u credit lor the earnest efforts we have made to aid tbe Granger in their efforts to promote tbe in terests of the grandest industrial das in the world. The farmers are entitled to and shall alvsys receive at our hands tbit considera tion to which they are justly entitled. The very foundation of our prosperity -tbe very basis ol tbe aevalopement of tbe country de pend upon the farmers, and we trust our Legislators will see to it that their interests re festered and protected, In so far as good and jnat law cut be made to do so. Colonel Houston, we thank you for doing us justice ia this matter. FKUeMAL. Yeaterday ia the United State District Court, 3fr. C. J. Scofield, tbe newly ap pointed Attorney, commenced the active da lles of his position. He ipoke twice on his own motion to transfer an important crimi nal case from the U. S. District to the U. B. Circuit Court. Opposed to him in the argo aaeat were Mr. Stewart, of New York, and Mr. John Fenlon, of this city, and it is only justiot to say that Mr. Scofield ia fully equal iptbe raaponeibUitita of the occasion, and demceMtrated amply hi ability to cope with iIm shrewdest members of the bar.' We say this the more cheerfully because Tuk TiMBs, when hia appointment waa announced, ex pressed a contrary opinion, which opinion we are glad to say waa removed by Mr. Sco Held' bearing end argument yesterday. THE KwaiaaR-aMICANC. The uueetioa of remitting the indictment fa the above case to the United Stales Cir pait Court was argued before Judge Delahay yesterday. Tbe Judge reserved his decision uatll thia asorniaf . Tbe law if dearly in favor, and the precedent all go in favor, of remitting similar case at the nqtieat of the ProtecutiBf Attorney. The trial, whenever il doe take place, will create coatldecible intereaC It Ugen- -erally uaderstood that Jeankoo firat made the propoaklon lo Meaw, oferiag kirn $3,000 to awake out the voachers against the United for tbe sua of $52,000, and that this the only interest that Mom had in the It ia rumored that Mom hat agreed to he oswm State' crifcaet, provided that the Vailed tela will afree toaar Wm from kv Titwllit yfinaa relative lotsm UiX WifctWUtflad Stttaa GrdJory. at aVa tawM thai MietaHasf wi fcaad, will ha aajakd waawMtar tka caw ia triad. Th kMk m wmif fk mwe with met. IktaaaWaawaTawsWaWBt, llimWI llf tilllllli iwaiw'llBtt 0 Oil iMl'llllUII tUwal fitaf Vaem ? sjf (a. Aw m MOUTNUHHUU. The MC alKWI'l "-- " -' ..- . ... . two papers, one the CMimarial, a morn. Ittpubliran psir, snd the other, the tr- J i tteuipt made hy l. . Houston lo run ing t jex, an evening V'i''i"e plT, J n im- voce In tbe County Cmivintir.n, tut e trm po.it on tipn ibe community. O: cour-e the Jieptibiiain will remember orn instruct inn wtio take n c;ive interest in politics ,j 1 are fully inxinl know the fact', nd con-qiier.lIy place no reliance npotinvibni2 snd l.v eilhar the Lb'mrrrclal or Jr; , )jra'tiiiwii w directed 10 i!ii' matter ' by n-sding the CeuiMfrei 1 of venterday, I htch claim laree Kenuhlican tiiwiM id Ohio, Oregon, low. and Pennsylvania. In 1 , . , ...! ..:.. .!,., . .. 1 1 column article, claiming U-moratlc Victo ria in th-e -uie State An old wood cut of a rooet?r bead the -tnicle. Fiamin); head linea read, ''gloriom t.'emucrntir victonea." "Koiring Bill el-led (Sovernjr " A om plele v:ctry in O.r(on " "In.Iii.a all O. K " '"Orantiaui everywhere rrbuked." "Carry meceaja to tbe White Hoiue," Ac, dec. On the late liul against the A'yui, be fore Judge Gardiner, the book ol tbe Com mercial were produced in tbe evidence, and tbe testimony of the cle:k of the Gtmmcrcial proved tli4t Deacon iloiulon paid all theei pemtM fui tublibini( boll; the Commercial and Aryui and tint he received all the in coaie from both parv-ra. It waa alao proved tbit Deacon Huu-lou'a venture in the Arqj cost him a !i-ad io-i of one hundred dollars each rt-K ibat he iul.lH'iel that paper. Tbe aileuipt made by Col Hoii'ton to Bell the Atg.i to the D-ni'icracy baa proved a failure. They don't Want the hybrid, and tbe good old Dfaion compelled lc lo-e hi" biimlie-l dollar per wttk, or let thethingde. The erple acquainted with the fcn in the cji unite in pronouncing the goud Dejcun vniily of unmincated "tuj'iililv, in tbe rballow attempt to iupae up.10 their credulitv. A9t CX:t;flluAL PARII Tbe next HoUe of Repreaentativea of tbe Kanaaa Legilature bida fair to lie an excep tional body of men in point of ability and bigb'p ail ion both v!cUI and political. Among the nnuiiuHiions made ate uch men ai Albert II. Morton of Atcbfon, X. K .S'ou!, of Tnn, Timnia-" l Fenlon, o' lav nifcoiili, li K. TaIur, of yeniintte, jiihI many ( thra who woiibt rarl wiia tbe-e Let LiwiMt-niiiilj look cut lor il that uien 1-e relmel ai.d eltied troiu ex b of it iiiritr tliitntu who ill i-ooipare i'b -i.( '., and tv utile to i in I by ttinr side .11 .jii ih 'fjptK't HtcorJ. Tbe wntiuient Hub k)ii-1 in thr I'mtfi- ltsa t S00J( BUJ -te believe ill prove rulafuI. lLe ix mtu sLouj Dt r,om ,.VerT ,j;rfrict (u tiv j,lMe. md mn in wb.tui tbe rurrelit ol an boneat purpoae lo erve the pe,.ple run atlll atrorg and J-'- nd men identined with the inter-, eata of tbe Mate and who uuderatand iborougbly nbat kgialation ia rtq-iired lo "n! aluut deoreiJ end. If eatbdiatrict in "' count v uiil ?ee to it tint inch men are uuf'I,ed. L-avenwonh will command her ""' a,mrr atlentior. from tbe law-making power-. Is undipuled ia that beretoioie our locil atlaira have b-en ardly neglecteil and j r rejire'eiitime bae not bad accorded to neni lliai liegieroi ltsirn jiiiu v-Jiii'ici.uioii f fbichtbeiuitMirtancenfoiirlocalitydenianda. Tfia- fault lias evidently beeu in tbe men thetiistlvf and such bring the case the only remedy i lo nominate the Wat men l:i the city and county and ratifv their nomination at the poll. Ihua ran tl.e evil ler reme died. A VERY funny btory is told by the Chicago 2Ki.ie about tbe Hucycut Fvrmn, a patent insTde newapaiier iublished iu Ohio, which has come to grief all on account of its inaideaj Tbe Uticirm iunin ia decriled a one of tbe straight-laced, never-say-die, rearing Democratic newajiapera, and i a staunch supporter of Allen, the Deiuc?niiic candi dale lor liuvernor of Ohio. But lt-t week among the failhtulin Bucyrut there wae gteal consternation wben they read in tbe patent inside the following paragraph - The great ant'quity of Bill Allen ia beyond question, aa Homer speaks ol him under the ultm of "Stenlor." Atler Noye take Mime ot the wind out of him, it is said be will be offered a situation lo art as a fog-bnin on tbe Rhode Island coast. Tbe editor tried to make an sKloy and explain patent insides, but the countrymen wilt UDoVraUnd nothing except that the above paragrajih wa in tbe Buryrui Forum, and that tbe Bucyrui Forum i recommend ing Bill Allen for a fog-born on the Rhode Island coast. They won't be comforted. Tbe Forun ia a backnlider, a traitor, a Black Republican, and they qre abandoning tbe Bu-yru$ Forum to its fate, certain that it will come to some ignominious end . THE nKAftUKSM KKPUUIATK 1HK BIMiLW FAIMF.KV MOVrMEaT Hion PRatRtE, Oct. 13, 1S72. Wiifkeas, Washington Grange Nj. 29, of the order of Pttrona of 1 1 11 -band ry, hav ing been dishonored by J R Bell and John Murray, in their action of becoming fraudu lent delegates to the political fusion of what we believe to l old and hungry politician, seeking office for their own personal aggran dizement more than for the public good, do hereby make it known, that these delegate acted, not only without authority, hut in di rect violation of the action of our Orange, and in direct violation of the law and regu lation of (he order ; anJ by to doing h ive endangered the sacred right ot the Orange, in general, and tl.e member: of tbia order in particular. Be it therefore RdoluJ, That we i-ondemn the act cim mined by tbeui as unworthy any members of our order, and dangerous to the very exist ence of (he Grange itself. Cn motion, tbe above waa In be at lit to the Tiur, for publication. James I1ltcminov, !V.y City iwiieni please copy. RATIO A. COBTE.aJTlO OK IMItf Kltta'sSEKIM. Oa Munday the National Convention of Chief Engineers, or chief officer of the Fire Department of the United;Sttte, will be held in Baltimore. Upon the chief officer rest the rrKnibility, both in I he protection of life aud property, at fire. The Convention ia called lor consultation mid advisement: that the re'p-maiMiity shall le intelligently assumed and that the very bet mean be em ployed for the'preventition and extinguish ment of fire. Tse call i ;icued hy the Chief of Department of Ne- York, Phi'a Celphia, St. Louis, Baltimore, Boston, l-onia-ville and Washington, and tbe meeting will no doubt be productive of great good fart. m. alaltrWIft Haadtclincd tbe naminatiLn for County Clerk, tendered to Ziiru by the Republican of Donglasn county. The Juuril regret this step on hi pari, and tbe Trilt-r com pliments him for tbe act. It would eeem that the trouble in that county ab-iut Brook have been amicably adjusted f.-r the jaupoae of soaking tbe electiuu uf ibe R-publican ticket certain. Both paper admit that he could have been elected had he accepted. The declination must, therefore, be regarded m having bets saade solely to promote the harsaoav of the psxty. Mr. Brook has acted the aaaaiy part. TaXX Tlntioasf 4hw tazahjar property of St. Loala, lor the curreat jear is rendered at $900,653,470; ia which hud and town tot fgara for$1w8,MS,230, and psraoaal prop rty for $33,648,360. Tbe rcreao to be drtwasmowti to VUfl0;' oT which thl ww'tsrmims $(, wit, the oouaty$7S4,07i,. I VHMUdKTOTf, , in. i;piibl cjn ( ..niir Committee faiie.1 lo reco'nnierd b jr.ii.ary n.e;!irg t in struct their di-leguea to favor votin viva tbeir delcst-. T.ie people have right to know how their ajjent- vu'e, ard the delegate who conce?' hi .vr dihcr-t. He in- 1 lends to cbe.t eoni ijt-. .e( in have an j honest Convention, good candidate, ! then elect the w!ir!e ticket. and ASeTHfcK RtCHMatVfl IK THE riKl. Col. Jenniaon announcea bim-K aa a can didate for the Legiolaiure from Delaware townahip, end say he intend to make sue- cei hia bii'ineaa from now till election time. Tbe Colonel i nn energetic worker, and can, probably, iIq aa iiiiicb aa any olbi r man. Cmiimcrciul. Deacon Houton bna a happy faculty of alobhericg ever ererbody from whom he may have any tlnrve In obtain a favor. He illiberal in tbe ue o: arijifciivei in favor of Senator, Conjroauitii, K-pnentitivea, Gambler- and Miai'tera. Conslttenry eeem to form no p:rt of lit rs'ure. How eaay it ia fr the j;ool D-icon 10 publi-h a Ilqmlli can morning paper ami an evening Dtinoarattc pr ia well knavrn to our people. Hut how be cm, with upturned eye and dt-vout look, "peak uordi of love and devotion to Minister ut tbe (Jopei and the next moment, airon word-, in fa Vorof a profevtcuil pnnbl?r,sutp5eour rouipreLenaion. Tbe L-d(iin's love neenia to be iqiially warm toviarda the good and the bad. Mot of the gambler and rougha bate repudiated J?nnion, and we pni-uuie that Deacon llum'on out of pure Chri-tiiu love draire to -no to ibe nrld the pnrnf the faith ibat ia in him by 'letriending tbe out cast r"'-La. 'i".1.111: ai.t. ititJil t Kji;p4 haa a drjiannx'iit of in'irxuce wboae Sujrinttrnbi.t rrx-ivr a salary of three thousand doll in ;i riitwitu. Theprf eut inciimneid who lu-i titbfuliy drawn hia xaUry mii.v tLrdiietl hi ipotntuit'nt in Januiry lxt, haa -rhiJ, s,Vf " a month att'ntioii 10 ite ibrie ol li-itlic-'- irMmly ' no nitire fii.' "inif tb r tiI.M ii thiil t io-;'iou iii lM'.nwm 'i. i rfli: h f.t---ni j to J-Vw'e t1 e lilw in 10 l 'Utii -xid 111 vielil titiu a thier ii-yritiif 'ntu ibv uj i-iinlfLilriit'-i miii !! v-t b litoi Hie , Leavriimirtli 1 tli.-t. -il 111 i:ii-n ti-xjip int men! J .(iniMir'nlei 1 I- K111-1- i detl- cieci in i.thrial tinilrfr int' 'w iurriu-1 tli- 1 ce tiiU'l tieiiirii"! iiju'm.ii-iiid.vntiii!'' ALd I is tbe nibie oi lr.ur4iii'v SJiU'crinn-idenl to needles aa 10 injpue no mule labor iirn ita incumbent than the diaa.ni.; nf hi. salary " Ti'jxKi BUJ- All right, -Mr. tllaiir, tn'n oihcia are ainecjrea. In the one r-e, tbe S:ale Audit- or en J0 lue BOIfc 0f ,).,. Miperintrndent of Inurrnte, and in the other, the County Board of Comii.ip:t.iieis cjii do the work without expense to the Slate or county. Both offic ought to be abolished. They were created only for tha purpose of j;iving' a. j,taf1, i0 j.,,, nnP- Ilfrrli3iul!ii enlnl l. l.oui. The Miaaonri Itemriot ol the 14th inat. sdVM rur inlns tsimtii til llnprn llftM. Ilie ra'jway cajiital and iiitltience centered in the ni-Hiiuu .luiiimri'i ai'iirai-. iu c imuiiuii t ill rii. L.OIII, nu.i jtieiiKrii i n:c ujioiiiiuin I of Chicago. Rinks who have 1kd fhipjiing Stain from rsel'ra-kn jtouiia to till city de clare that ire Hii'biiritieof the Midland Pa cific Railway reiue to mike a through rate on grain ahipjied from Nebraska City to St. Louis, tboti;h they are quite willing to make one on all grain fliij'pcd Irom Nebraska City to Chicigo. The Midland Pacific road lw gii s at Nebraska City, and in ita progrcs into the interior form a junction Willi roauV at Lim-oln, Nebraska, leading to tbi city and to Chicago, and the Nebraska City ship per who deire to semi his good lo Chicago can have n low through rate, but if he ia un lucky euinign to be connected with St. Louis firui, and dcire hi grain carried thither by rail, he mut juya local tiritlto Lincoln, and thence oMain such a rate a be can. Chicago ia a greit dial further away from Nehrjska Ciiv than St Loin 1, but by tbi littld bit nf managerial -tr.Vegy tliedi-tance between them is (iridic illy uiurb rcilur.nl l! cotir the only wiy out of tbi dilemma and all such dilemma i to ertablish a line of barge on the Missouri that shall adonl comjtent Hnd che-ip carring f cililiea for all jioint On the river, or near 10 the river, to Ibis city. The r.iilay interests of tbe country dread 1 o w.iler j.atb more than ibey do the Miasisstpjii river and it tributaries, and St. L mi, a a zealous champioa for the imjirovement of this water route, become the oljed of their di-like. Oiir city may suffer some temporary inconveniences through the ill-will ihu engendered, but we shall conquer in the end and be able to die tate terms to all the railways in the valley. Ike Nanllar) l.iiUlilov or SteoipliW In an article iliscu-sinc the character of the malignant fever in Meniphhf, Ter.n. which attacks white and blaiks with terrible impartiality, tii Memphis Appeal say: "Ve have no sistem of sewerage in Mem phis, and the necivary consequence ia that the filth of the city i left to take care of itself Oar -anitary jioln-e consist of Kime half doz "ii ol tbe ch tin g int. who occasion ally do emancipite the confining odor of the kennel: of Mint street, md j'ivewina lo im prisoned jiH'jvia. U.ir al'ev itmI ob-cure streets are lelt lo tbe raypirkers. tn porcine and canine acavtnger, M cleit.s." tbem of thi-ir gujiuitluoii loulness, an.l, urre it not for the rain of jiityirj heaven, would of themaelves i;ive sntimlant emjiloymeut to our undertaker and grayp di:rs. Aud yet these are the k-aat ( the ohieciiunab'e feature tnticnins the vinlition nf the laws of rTygiene in Memphis Nrarly every fam ily in the ri'y i depeodent Uxm .1 listern for i' aupjily of witer, nearly every cistern i in the aue van!, in cloae proximity to, and generally in a direct :e graphical line with the privy. N.i intelligent man need be told of tbe percolative and absorbent qua li lies of Ibe earth. ni no Memphian need be reminded of tbe difficulty of finding ci'tern water in the ci y free from the animalculas induced by decomj-o-ition. Tbe train of evils following thee disagreeable truth will suggest themselves tn tbe intelligent reader without further elaloration. The great qnestion with us now i to apply tbe remedy, I and no time is better to awaken the com t mtinity to a proper aense of tbe situation. tttll roklwc ' !-' And here ia tbe way a writer in the Lon don Diii'y X(r3, a paper distinguished for its friendly lone toward America, describes our tourist" in Switzerland. At the hotel in Vevay: The ladie if il.e apj S'H up lale, and do not i.iake their apji?arapce until dinner time. They come to the tMe iVlvtt gorge ously if not tastefully dreaaed. The gentle men (a'' the day in playing at billiards and smol iug. They neither read, walk or talk. I have watched tbem sit'ing together, and tbey seem never to get rxyond ask in; each other where rorue one eKe i, or some other person ia goirte. Af.er dinner, ladies and gentlemen, the latter scrujailouly arrayed in evening Ires, with beautiful flowers at each side of tbeir coat, dance until a lale henr, and when tbey are not dancing they walk up and down the passage serious, stupid and precise like a number of pupils who are cultivating deportment under the eye of tbe dancing matter. The ladies ap pear to be greatly superior to the men. American women have a natural predisposi tion to enjoy themselves, and they are not inclined to sacrifice their nature on the altar of deportment. But even their love of fan and dinting is damped by ihs d eary but comic dignity of their admirers. The gang occasionally picks up and adopta one of those third-rate Count or Baron who are plenti ful abroad, but as a rule it keeps to itself, except when it visits the gang of another hotel. Aa ether Bc77 A London writer hu3 rec-.rds hi impres sions of the wayi of 'living hi America: "fie says wa are the largest meat-eaten ia the world; that our meat, if baked, it inva riably burst, and if boiled is always reduced to rag. That to have pork ia perfection otie most go to that paradise cf pip Cincinnati. Taaatoes at eaten at every total with al most cferythiBg,' aad 'thai our" fruits must ftw enjoys to be appreciated. "Why," be Mas apthey actually feed tb. pig, on psawhea aad aUfWiias, they are so pleati fi. IttAWotbatt" j It aeetna there hai been another change in t the fortune 01 the Union Nattosai Bank of j Chicago. A number of bank official) ad t drewed a note to Mr. Coolbaogh reqeeatio; iiiuj vi iuiue. a.ne umy uujeci in ioc way I vu that the inatitnUoa had already goat into liquidation, and it was thought that un i der the national bank act Ibi proceeding waa I final. Uw, nevertbele, a committee im cent on to V aahiegton to ascertain whether reumption would be allowed, and oar Waih ingtonauedalaayithat, after compliance with certain technicalities, the bank will be per mitted to withdraw ita liquidation paptra and go on aoin , Tbe course of ilie Union Bank baa been a j littL curioua. First Mr. Coolbaugb, the Preaident, urged total aiupensioo. Then he later he rammed. A day or two alter that he went into liquidation. Interview pub lished in the Chicajto Timet ahowtbat all but four of the bank of Chicago aigned the pa per, and that the entire ability of tbe Union Bank to proceed a uaual with it buainea waa believed in. A decision' touching tbe raaponaibility of landlord and aafety of gueata ha jnat been given in an Indiana court. It appear a Mr. 'Deaaaner Rtnpped at a hotel in Indianapolia, lien he wa aaaigned a room with three bed in it, one of which wa already occu pied, and wa told that the third would re main empty. During tbe night, however, it w taken by a stranger, who aroaw early in the morning and departed, taking with him the watch; packet-book, etc., of the prvcutor. Tbe Court held that the land lord waa responsible for the loa of tbe guet, in coiiaquence of hi cauaing him to relax big vigilxiire by leading him to believe no one but tbe other already in the room should oic-ipy il. Important atallroaal Halt. at. Iuia Dtrnwcrat, 14th Tbe teat caae in eleven hundred law uiia aaiiist tbe Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Company will probably be tried at thia term of the Circuit Court. The plaintifla are J. C. Wood and O. M. JIarria, and the cauae of the action ia tbe practice by the company of charging a higher price on freight carried a abort diatance than tor a longer distance. For instance, it ia alleged that lbe road ex acta $43 for bringing a car-load of cattle from Sedalia to St. IMiia, and charge only $40 for a similar car-load from Kanaaa City to St. Lmia. Thia ia in violation of tbe proviaitma of the ait of the Ivegi'lature paaaed in 1871, which pro hibit any ai.d all railroads ot the .State from ciiargiug more for tra:iioriiiig freight a nliort dia'ance than fcr a longer dUtan e. The aoawir nf I be ompany makes no de nial uf the aliri'iona of tbe petition, but Kimp'y denie tliat it ia amenable to the prn viaiunof the law cited; that it was created by act of Cor.j;r"; that by ait of the Leg islature and amaniJmeuta thereto relinquiab ins tbeS ate lien, tbe Legialature is prohib ited from interfering with the charges attab liahed by the road; and that the charge complained of are just and reasonable. Tbe road waa incorporated in 1849; tbe act was amended in 1851. and the State lien wis re linquished in 1S0S. A .superJtaan Bsllr Kaftans. The railroad managers in the West are en deavoring to rid themselves of that incu bus upon the passenger receipts, the gentle manly ticket agent, who receives $1 or $2 whenever he exerts himself sulficienlly to witue-i- a traveler purchase a ticket of him to Chicigo or Si. Louia. Inasmuch aa the rival liue to kll the great centre of travel do not cut fares, it doe not appear to the railroad aujicrinlendin a that the payment of couimiaaioiis i necessary, and they can not see how harm could accrue to one par liciNr r.-uie should the payment be abolish ed. When a man buys a ticket between C.iicag.j and New York, for which he pays S2-J. he pay $20 50 to tbe railroad and $1 "iU 10 the ticket agent, who has done nothing to earn it, the traveler having previously selected hi route. That sum (1 50) belong either to the rail road or the traveler, and tbe aggregate of these sums', amnuutiii,; to several millions of dollara, should go to swell the dividends of tbe shareholders or be remitted to the trav eling public iu tbe shape of a reduction of fare. Th :ibolition of the commission sys tem will li? a work of difficulty, since it is so priVahte that the agents who, while their salaries nominally range from $300 to $800 a year, are in receipt frequently of annual emolument of from $o,000 to $20, 000 are able 10 divide the plunder with their official superiors and secure their si lence. The Eastern shareholders have an eapecial intersex in the abolition of all these parasitical ayatem which divert into ihe pockets of a ring of officials the piofita which shou'il accrue to the inveatota or return to the public .Ven Yuri. Wmld. Snra anil Ills U0M1 Uev. J. J. LaQrrly, on tbe otm-iou of a late visit to the White Sulphur Springs, wa a.iinged quartet nigh unlo the lair of the tiger. He given, iu the Ga'rite, the follow ing app.eciaiive account of Ibe gay gambo lier: "Shall the meek man who in recret deala the gentle faro hi unsung? Shall his solacing suppers find no muse? Not while Fabers are only ten ceuU three for a quar ter. He who think my rest waa broken by the loud cries of tl e 'ons of Belial,' or that I wa jostled by the staggering drunk ard on bis way to the game of chance, or curse and clamor pelied at my door, ia err ing far in bi thought. The step of the 'gam holier' i ia soft aa Ibe foot on Turkey carjtets. Hia bo is a siight incline and a benignant smile. He eak buwYew words, and in a mild, musical voice. There comes from ihe 'bank' a subdued murmur like the hum of bee or the rustle of rose leave. Tbe cirda slide truly, the paxk with a smooth, oily, noiseless motion no rattle or dipping. The bet I made in a low, tender tone. A. lucky play or a bail choice elicit no comment. Tbe player rejoices in secret, or chafes in voiceless woe. The 'ti ger' ia alwavs serene. Hi fur is soft as silk, and hi paw is velvet. Hia eye ia set far bark in the socket, and ia aa luterlesa as a light-house lamp in Kiil-day or, rather, a Leyden jar full of latent lightning. He deals out the destiny of dollars as unmoved as fate. He never intrude He solicits neither your notice, conversation, nor companionship. He it easy, modest, tearless, and a civilized Thug. Hi Derringer is freshly oiled and csp?d every day. It is always hid, but handy. He will pull trigger only when there ia but hslf a second to spare. If you play, itseema to give bim no pleasure. If you paw hi door without turning your eye "hi smile i as sweet as ever. If you at k a favor, it is granted promptly and gracefully. He respect the Sabbath, attends service, listens with neriotis -attention, never for a moment allows his eye to admire his own doeskin and discicr-ds, or insjuct the cloth ing of other." An Cace1;el tewrter. Q leer things hpin. iu newspaper offices. Recently, s brother journalist in a suburban town, with a nourishing weekly on bis hands, wss obliatd to send a young and inexperi enced reuter lo a gathering where there was some wine, many pretty women add song or two. Tbe reporter bsd some hour or two iu which to write hit account, and be asked our editor fr;r.d what he should say aboat the music. 'Ob,' was the reply, "Say Miss B. ssng with tenderness, MiasC. played with brilliancy, Mr. X sang with fire, and something of that sort, and make a few conipa-isotia you know." That reporter was discharged tbe very next morning. A portion of hi notice read as follows "Miss C. played as brilliant as a bunch of fire crackers on a dark night, or a brilliant as a meteor shower," djc "Mr. X.. sang with" so much fire that b turned up three sheet cfmuic and set the parlor curtains aU ablaze." A Less M Bera. Boys ho dietutb camp-meeting by cry ing "Amen" in tbe wrong place, and re marking ''Glory" with more seal aad judg ment, smell boys iu Ksaeii Ihsse thir teen ill-advised boys were guilty, so the sto ry gees, of disturbing a Kansas camp-meeting by insisting upon shouting "Asoen" wben a very muscular preacher, who prides ninveifoabj voice, was singing a hymn. ThpNswAes bat U'fet IVBt tint, hrtt finaUy Uoomisg 1114 with rifhieoos wrath, he descended from the pulpit, aad, awrar once interrupting hi hyma, iinmiiili r versed sjvispaakWthatlurteswsaBall boys. A his avengiac had jamdid, aad the dtofthasuUboys-UIadthaair, thereat of thecoarregioasjdia rapture, aad encoursged him with load criss of "Oo oa brother, go owl' Thsti he Mturaed to the pulpit, still aiagiag; ad thorn toy west baaBtileaway,Mha4 kiymeok, aid mydowa whhihsii Mto tba s?Bd, WastpUsg Uttsxaj, A LSITlcawaM. LaVBaiaUlE. All Ike WM CwswIbs; If Ike Fa auT tk r.suiUek - From tbeBdlalo Courier. M. Alpboase de Coodolle. a distinguished savant of Swiizerland, arrive at the conclu aion that the English language is to be the language of tbe fnmre. "Iu forma," he says, "are adapted to mod ern tendencie. Ify.m hs veto hail a vessel, cry stop to a train, de-uunsiraie a machine. make a physical experiment, speak in a few words to people busy and practicsl," you must use the English language. Although the conclusion of M. Coodolle is trite, be gives some interesting reasons for it- Not only does he pronounce the Eng lish language to be the best when we wish to say anything promptly, clearly, and briefly, but he says his repealed obaervstions have taught bim that in Swiaa families where French and German are equally understood, the French always drive cut' the Otrman through iu superior flexibility snd conven ience. In tbe same way where rrincb and English are used and equally understood in a Swiss family, the Eogliah supersedes the French. Tbe atronget- srguinent he uisken as In the victory of our language over all others, rests on plain metier of fact ground very generally known, and no where better understood and compre hended than on this continent. Yet a recital of them is instructive. He computes that it ia no- spoken by 77,000,000 of -people in Europe, Australia and America. This es timate excludes India, tbe Cape of Good Hope, and other places which might rea sonably be included, and is undoubtedly below the proper mark. German is spoken by 62,000,000,and French by 40,000,000. The population of England doubled in fifty years, and less than a cetury hence, in 1970, will, he thinks, rescn 120,000.000. In tbe new countries of the United States, Canada, and Australia, it double in twenty-fire years, so that, at the same future rates, il will be 739,000,000. Thus, in 1970 lhare will nearly or quite 8oO.000.000 o! Knglish speaking people. All this is exclusive of the progress the language, being that of the leading maratime and commercial nation, will make in other countries. Owing hf emigration and other cause, tbe population of Germany double only once in about a hundred years, and that 01 r ranee in a bundled and forty. On these estimates there will be in 1970, 121.000,000 Ieskiiig German, aud 69.000.000 sneaking French altogether only about a .quarter of j those who will speak English. I In view of these fad and calculations, M 1 de Condolle make a strong appeal In ibe English speaking race, and especially to i those 01 this continent, on whom the heaviest i responsibility for tbe futuie eviileutly rest., I to maintain Ihe purity and unity of their language. AMrny IVrrailrt,maMl Ha it li-arljr Leat t ike Mkealallaia; ot BIwimI. IFrom tseChlcagu Tluu-a.J As a prominent railroad man in tbi tity wa proceeding home on Thursday evening, be saw a dark obiect on the Madison street sidewalk, near Union Park. He stooped down and picked it up, and found it to be the overakirt of a very elegant black silk dress. He hung it on the end of hi rane. and laid the cane over hia right shoulder, , sou walked on, hoping that some lady would claim it, and that thus he would bring glad. nes lo a female heart, and make a female ac quaintance. But after the garment had swung behind him six blocks he grew dis heartened, and having reached the drug store of an intimate friend, he walked in, and hanging tbe skirt over a chair, re marked that it would be called for. Pretty soon some Isdies came in for sods wster. The moment they entered the store one of them wbisred very loudly to another, "Why, there' my skirt," and, after a iVw minute, very modestly claimed it. The railroad mau was about to remztk to ber that be had found it, and had lifted bis hat by way of introduc tion when a very corpulent lady with a pug nose, stepped quietly into tbe store, and re marked to a little buy who was with her, "Johnny, there it is; go and get it.'" John ny made basts toward the garment, and waa about to lift it from tbe chair, when the first claimant prevented him by remarking, rath er tartly, that it was hers. The claimants seemid determined to decide tbe title hy wa ger of battle Tbe railroad man slid behind the prescription case, and the drug store man grew violently red in tbe face. It was an embarrassing moment for him, but hap pily it was quickly cut short by tbe boy, who, in obedience to a secondhand more poailivei command of the corpulent lady, snatched the skirt from the chair, snd walked quick ly out into tbe street with it, followed by the large woman. The other lady quickly fol lowed ber, and whether they engaged in a fight or not will perhaps never be known, as the railroad man was a badly Tightened as the druggist, and neither of them dared follow and see thetrrir.ini! ion of tbe queer tran-action. urlslsi ul ' t?aele Sana, " Immediately after tbe declaration of the last war with England, Ebbert Anderson, of New Yrk, then a contractor, visited Troy, on the Hudson, where waa concentrated, and where he purchased a large quantity of pro visions beef, iiotk, elr. fbe imqiector of these articles st that plsc were Ebeneier snd Samuel Wilson. The latter gentleman (invariably known aa " Uncle Sam" ) gee erally superintended in person a Urge num ber of workmen, who on tbi uecuton were employed iu overhauling Ihe provision ur cbased by the contractor lor the arniv. The casks were marked "E A. U.S." Tbis work fell to the A of a " laceteioua fellow in Ihe employ uf the Measr. Wilaun, wbo, on being ski-d by some uf hi tellow-work- men the meaning of ihe oiark (for the tetters " U. ." for Umteil Slates, were then slmoet entirely new to them), said " he did not know unless it meant i'beit Anderson and Uncle Sam" Wilson. Tbe joke too: among the workmen, and passed currently; snd Uncle Sam himself being present, was rallied by them on the increasing extent of his po sescion. Many of these men being of a character denominated "food fur powder," ' were found shortly afterward following tbe ' recruiting drum, and rushing toward the frontier lints for tbe double purpose of meet ting tbe enemy and eating tbe provision tbey had lately put iu order. Their old joke of course accampsnied tbeui, snd be fore the brst campaign ended, this identical one firat appeared in print It gained favor rapidly, till it penetrated and was recognised io every part of our ota country, aod will now continue to do so while the United State remain a uation. It originated pre cisely aa above stated, and the writer of tbis article distinctly recollects remarking at a time wben it first appeared, in print, to a person equally aware of in origin, how raid it would be should this silly joke, original ing in the midst of beef, pork, pickla, aiud and alt, become a nstioaat cognomen. A strasok spectacle was wiiteved re cently at the opening of a y nagogue of Pol ish Jew ia Spiulfields, London. After tbe dedication service, which was conducted in the primitive form. Mill gdbtred to by the Israelites in Polsbd, th rabbi arrived to superintend the filling in of the first and last words iu the srpbar or scroll of the law. The scroll was ukea from the ark with the forms and ceremonies always observed when hsodling the mcred pailtweot, and it wa then announced that tbe privilege of filling in woold be sold at auction for so much per letter. The beadl aasumed tbe part of aoe tioaeer, and tbe sale was regularly proceed ed with, and the wosJ r then knocked down to th highest bidder at an average of $1.25 apiece. Tbe congregation in whose boo of prayer thi sees waa enacted are quite humble people from KsJisch, West Pound, and the money accruing from the aaction in tht ynagcue wa doubtless aa objecttotbem. The Pall Mall Getle, ia aa article oo the event related, takes occa sion to chaiacterii it m beisg urJy out of plaos, but admit that It was not whit mors out of place than the letting of pew to the highest bidder in tht church of th Ber. Henry Ward Beecber, which toe Qaxetto End periodically described; j th New York iptT,.'? atx-Pasas Jeaseaa'a rortaae. The KaoxviU iVrts end Htnti give th toUowiaff iateimation wrarsiaiag ex PrtdesU Johnson's fariil aaks: "Aa tha prem thiosathowt 'the coaatty haacon taind varies fiimwt' iwUtitw to hi smbbklomsytUupnion of thafltat National Bank nf Wahington, we gat hand tha aact in the can from fciaa, and am an thoriaad to atato that when the hank ss peadaai tha ex-Pf had on deposit $73, 080. He im to MOT7 Ma matter of If it fwtws an aotaal loss, it will The marcr of a Ten on, who wi. iL- structed by. the mm ci! 10 provide nairt visitation by the yellow fever, re,.o.td at at Ihe next meet r that br had done.. he had bought an addi-ion -o the c.i-ery and had a number of ready-made graves on band, baring bad them dug for the emergen - cy. ' " Aa It SkaaM Bh Eigbl'trntha nf the countie of Ksns will elect straight KepuMitan tickets tnn fall, which is all proper. In a few countie the farmers have put up ticket and tbe Rep ibli an and Democrat have refrained from asking nomination, which i probably well enough so lone a all pirtiis are con-eut. In Sedwick county we have done better Mill. The Republican hive held their organist tion inuct and still twve a fanner ticket Seven out of the ten nf the notniiise of the 1 Republican parly of I hi county are tiraiiical farmer. it teula tjigle .. .;.. . . " SOME curious facts regarding the laillion movement of the world, exhumed by the London Economist, confirm our evideuce that the stock of gold in Ibis couulry is increas ing. England, in Ihe first three month ot 1873, imjiorted 13 010,907 in gold, or al most the am a. last year. But of this, only 3 111,000 came from the United States, against 7,188.000 last year; while Australia furnished 4,210,000, a agaiw4 4,083,000. In general tbe gold producing countries Itirnish a smaller proportion than usual, and the non-gold producing a greater. The Economist regard thia "an unmistak able sign of the exhaustion of the ttcks of gold throughout tbe world. Virtue Ita tawaa Steer. from the Bbatvii Tri.ri,t brigbsm Young's fony-lhird half-yearly convocation of saints find the church rich, full sud strong, with every indication of solid prosperity. And yet little innocent hoy and girl are sent every week to Sunday school expressly to learn that success in life depends upon gjodnesa, truth and fair deil ing. How many more Jim Fiak's and such must we endure before we shall see that the reason for being honest aui! virtuous is i,ol in order to be rich aud prosperous, and that , the Disposer of events does not reward ihe true character with lh" good- thst jirriah, but with something which pays right through a panic: Th F. New York -Yutiy. ha dtajo.rrtd a suvereigu cure of that sp-cieofeviravigaiie which wastes, money on swiili'ir eij ivment and taste'e-a display. It find it in edi.m tion It say much would lie ilone 111 ibe creation ol a "refined mid ctibiv.ini ih is I atOJOsihere" if public opinion "exacted of the owner of large fortunes that ibey -l.i'ul.l give llieir eon Ihe Iiet i-Oii-.ll ion ine cotlr. try allird ; or, in other word-, -end hr-m lo college, in-lead of setting them up in the dry good busincs or the grocery bt.siuet." It would fie a ra'hrr meddlesome ptcie of iublic ojiiuion wbi h should thus intrude upon a man's anairs, and timps uiiiJl change considerably if a college education i to cure a young mau, who knows that be has a rich father, of the disposition to be "fast" and extravagant. Horse are lucre attractive to stab youth than lmme, or billiard than belles le'.tera. The Nation must find some other panacea for social ills than mere schooling. wHi.nTo-i fjf-.iir. Ike Orfcalnnleworikera--al (. A late Washington letter says : At tbe "German" on Friday bight, there were sev eral debutante present. I stipjiose you may expect to heir of a many debutante during the coming aa during the past Washington season. Last year I believe there were about thirty, and I suppose there will be as many this year. Miss Edith Fish, daughter of the Secretary of State, will probably head tbe list. Mia Fish is handsome, stylish and very bright. Last year she only appeared at her mother's entertainments, and was al lowed to accept invitations to other bouse. She is quite youn, not yet IS, I thick. Tbe second daughter of 'ieo. Dyre, who promise iu be a much of .1 favorite aa ber elder si, ter, was one nf tbe debutante at thia Ger man, which Miss Fish, being o it of town, did not attend. I he daughter of Mr. Car lisle Patterson, of the Coast Survey Office, led the German with Mr. Bogg. Another debutante was the daughter nf Paymaster Eaton, United State. Army, Mia Sadie, a lovely natured blonde. Same ol the other young ladie were, the two daughters of Prof. Coffin, Mi Ella Kay, Mis Emily Chubb, Misea Sherman, daughters of Judge Sher man, and Mis Poore, daughter of Admiral Poore Jaijr I'lHlke. 1 W .-Wliirfiuu 1'utreip.vailence CliluM Tribune, j The reduction of his private establishment was oue ol Jay Cooke' first acts after hi diaasteruus auspen-ion. He live in a very large and handsome mansion, which be calls "Oon't," at Cheltoa Hills, a few miles out of Philadelphia, on the North Pennsylvania Riilroad. Hia estate comprises ISO acres, forty of which were laaught a few days prior iq his suspension. I need scarcely add tbat tbe property i very valuable, Ihe mansion lone being worth at least $80,000 to 3100, 000. Mr Cooke ha now closed uji the greater part of the bouse, and occupies only a few rooms. Before hi miafcrtuos, ha had only five or six domeali, of whom the greater part aie cow discharged. He had a private gas apparatus on the premises, by which the 500 burner in the mansion were supplied; but ia now unused, and common lamps have been brought into requisition. The largo heaters in Ihe c.'l!ar are also not used. Tbe eteniie green house and con servatory are lo be ntilizd in the way nf re trenchment. Mr. Coolie's gardener h&a en teied into n, partnership with M. So.yfc.wQod, one of our city tl)rit, and the powers, etc., are to be sold in the regular cuurM ot bui neaa In. that line, to an extent at least siilli cieut to jay the wages of the men employeil in tbat department. Mr. Cooke ha d.U tinctly slated that his private fcr'.t.. esli- a 1 I a mated at one-hali ita actual cost, 13 in luded I in Ihe atalemect cf ilia affair. ' Tke ' t'onalnBT Wwiaata." Kill the roosters and save tbe j.ullets '. 1 I'm sick ol tl.e inexhaustible sublet of " Woman's Rights," " Woman's WronRV." and " Tbe Coming Woman." It would be terrible if, alter all ibi uproar, she didn't come tbi way. IVsr knows there bu beeu trumpeting and batoung enough to herald ber approach. lo let us have a little season nf quiet, -O tbat when nhe de come we can at least hear the rustle of her wing as she " pasaes by on tbe otbrr aid?.'' Wbo of us has net shed tears copiously in avmnathv with the "tired wife and nvnli-r'' Now let u try V) squez out a few of the pearly drops to bedew tbi bowed head of the often ilt-tiaed 0 husband and father," wbo, tiol bring a thorough time-keeker, comes in lo dinner three minute too late, or wbo, being sent to market for just three score and ten little item, forgets'lbe darning-needle Betsy spoke of sous tixt during the week. Of courre, "Sets is out" at once, snd au;h round aa "Father " gets is neugii to make tbe pig rqueal. It's astonishing how little it take to wind a wo man up and set her to scolding, and -be will outrun an eight-day dock. I know man w'bo own a nice hoie and five hundred acres of the Lord'u foci-stool. Yet there isn't a carpet or picture in that house, or e?en attains at the windows. My! wouldn't Gail Hamilton delight lc pounce upon tbat man and "enatjh aim bald-head-d" for being such a stingy old curmudgeon! Not (juita so fast, uiy dear. Just listen be fore you speak. I bat same man ofiered hi wife a sum sufficient to furni-b the boose becomingly. But, no; she would rather have it invested in bogs; and their descend ents now ornament the "front yard" and oc casinesily march through the house oa a tour of inspection. "Ob, that's his story." No, ma'm, it' hsr'a, and he didn't suspend (word over her head to mtke her tell it. Nor wasnh (landing oa a trap-door,to be let into tbe lower region at ber lord ssd sas tar's pleaeure. Some wemea n own-fiYaJden, I'll ad mit, tat ibe fault doesn't all lie at the door of tbe brethren. If I were one of the poor and down-trodden sisterhood wbo wanted to be thoroughly snubbed and humiliated, I'd go to church, or elsewhere, aad slightly trad on the trail 09 oo cJ fortune' petted '"1tff.r Mercy !' wouldn't her no go up! and wouldn't ah favor me with a eontempt bcsm "well-bred" .tar that would aasihi kto any one not used to it. J?o?, tba major ity of lankind a lineal rWendant of Mossa, and excel him in mreVnem. You don't wa them pnradiag tbe streets wit); tbe I'atsOfholy-lhan-thou loak sscblaxaoed nwthJrcrjnaantri,butthreonk plainly written, to at read of all woman, "who ia it that thaw ahooktat U mindful of him?" I, Int osss. honn ttn wing women" trill have asgsWWKyio bt so eeaauon" mucn A Flateny t'waalwetar. How om Western gambler found their f m4.cb ; 3 Michigan conductor thus told . . . . " -v V UtlT0,t lu of rriday : j For ibe last month trio of moot men ! 1 "F n worEing- we lines running into ' i'W". i aij nave been pat off the Central, 'chasrdufi ihe Detroit and Milwaukie. and . kicked otf the LartMi!? road, bu: (hr . mad a fresh start the other morning oa the South -. -. - - . .- ern, going out on Conductor WUsey'a trata. At the depot they got in with an 'old man n imed Fremont, wbo lives in Pittsburg and wa on bia way borne. They pretended to live in Pittsburg also, and soon after getting on board tbe train tbey got out their cards. Fremont U one of those smart old chaps wbo think Ihemselve, posted, and he Knew the genie, sni decided to make some money out of them. He liwf SG. then $10. and between ! Detroit si.d the Junction he lout $55. Thia 1 ... .- - was all the money be had. but hia blood wa tlj, and Jie bail hauleii out a beavy gold watch Iu stake on the next bet, when the conductor pvsed along. Seeing what was goir.i: on. Wil-ey told tbe old man 10 put up bia watch. At tbi one of the gambler snatrtieii 11. ymg, 'I liave won ibis !" and then looked up at the conductor with a face fill I nf brjs. The train had been at a stand still, and as a ii started the conductor pulled the signal to s'op and turned to tbe gambler and demanded that the give Fremont buck hia watch nr.il money. They retused in choru, am one ol tbe gamblers, a tbe con ductor's coat came ofi. shouted. This is bet ter !' and pulled out a revolver Mid lined it on Wilaey's eye. 'Commence shooting ! i blied tba (XinHurrne .nit full mm kianan j pitol, ted Jor twenty second to revolvers I were heM up into two men's in, hammer up au augera nu i,e trigxer. the two other gambler l-g.n to feel for tbeir hip pockets, wbeu WiWy quickly said, if you don't hold lip your ban-la I'll blow the top of your head otf.' At tbit tuouieut a Toledo merchant -md a, iake captaiu i.in up, each wit'i cocied revolver. At tbi tbe gum bier offerv.1 to rid'ore the watch, aod wben tbey bid done - the conductor made them return the full $5.1. 'N..w iben, said he, when he was through with them, 'get oil this train. I shall remember you, and if I ever catch one of you on toy train again I'll Lave the engineer run ber up to aixiv miles an hoi.r and a.y brekmen will pitch you into the firs! swnmp ' Tbe fellow were 'reads to 1 hi: smicortRtui: lim.l.:rtnl..lis aiiei-llu tile- -t-loiliy i Keuiapii.M .t-l&ui lb New Yulk T!o. i We -s'.h1 a week igo thai, with the in ireasi fnciliue tor ilie negotiation of for- 'D exchange, tnre . .1 lair prospect tbat ttieeml 01 li:e week wouIJ abow a very beavy total of nporl. Now that the week ha Liosed in, in which produce shipmenU are reckoned, it turns out to hsve been one of the heaviest in tbe volume of its czporU included in our commercial history. During each of the two preceding weeks, the produce shipmenU from this port reached, even under the pressure of the most serious finan cial embarrassments, th unusually high value of about $6", 600,000. For the week ending yesterday, we find them credited with the almost unprecedented tout! of $8,378,130. Itseema exceedingly probable that next week will show an advance upon this large sum Tbe shipping movement from New York finds its counterpart in the exceptio nally large receipts and shipments at West ern ports. It need hardly be repeated that th verification of tbe statement beyond all possi bility of doubt ha an obvious bearing upon the solution of the problem of resumption With tbe check already given to our im ports, the balance in favor of the country at the end of tbe jar will be untuually large. A fresh argument in favor of tbe season blenean of a return to specie payments comes from Europe. It is pretty generally known that Ihe German government baa been a very large purchaser of gold for some time past, to be used in the formation of Ihe new gold coinage of the empire. An amount equal to S2l!6,000,000 has now been coined, and tbe announcement i made that the process will be stopped for the present, and that tbe gov ernment mint will occupy themselves ex clusively with the new silver currency. It i the subject of some controvesy whsther Germany will not require a good deal mure than her present stock of gold aa soon as the new standard becomes compulsory through out the empire. Tbe fact remains, however, that the drain of gold to Germany will cease lor aoa-e time. a.nd so improve the oppor tunity of the United State for placing ita monetary system on a specie basis. She (.OluraMlu ladlaaa, Tbe Arizona A paxbes, who da not num ber more than 7,000 all told, are all gath ered on reservation aud at peace with the American whites. Tbe Verde Reservation support 2,000 of Ihe Tontoa aud Apache Mcbsves. It ha rich land and abundant water fur irrigation, and Ihe whole country is covered with grass;. It aHonls excellent facilities for the red men to bacoo-e self-au-laining, but owing lo old feud between the hands, they have not yet settled -'own to har monious toil. Tbe Wallapai band, 900 ic number, ur at Beale's Spring( in Mobsve county, but will probably bu removed to the Verde, as tbeir present territory is cnSt for agriculture. On the San Carlos aieservstion, at the junction of the Sis Carlo. River with the Gila, are abott; 1,300, iniludiug Arivai paia. Final, a faw Tontoa, aud some of tha White McunUin Apaches. An irrigating ditch has been dug fcr Ihtm ncd ilay have ample agricultural (and t-1 jwi their croj. A consideraUs area ha already len piloted. Fifteen hundred Apache are on the White 1 Mountain Reservation, where they are pro gressing well. itieUarinsa Kcervalioa is a small State in extent, being ahotU sixty mile east and we-t by ahc-l seventy north and couth. Thtl eatenaiv tract U roimed over bv -.ti,.it 1,500 Indians, wbo keep up a rjif,-(usl warfare on Sonera and Chihuahua. They kill the Mexican men and carry oil nwuii'l u;j . .' . women and chtlilreu a captive", lnev topped by tbe Ur.ittd States an- A Hwral Wlaler Belwre fa. The New Ycak .& very cheerfully re marks: Judging from present indications a great many persons will be out of money aud em ployment the coming winter, not only in hia city but throughout tbe country. There will be much 'sullrring. Senaative, quiet people will endure many hardship and privation without tasking their want known. Hour more prosperous citizins will give a helping hand and a rhrerful word to tbe unfortunate they will lighten their bur dens and warm thrir heart, snd realise one of the rarest of pleasure thst of making other comlnrtable. Thers ' an abundance of everything needful, ai.il uoonethmld be allowed to an5 r Cor the wcht ii the neces saries of life Let the masses keep up their coursgv. In due time tne cormorant wbo are preying on the twople'a substance will he replaced by bor.eat men, confidence will be restored, and we shall all emersion a rested carter of prosperous activity. Tke raraatalaiaKaaaaM. I Irani the Baxter Spring Kti-ubMcati. , Oa Sunday last about 12 o'clock, while Mr. Samuel Vsllier, chief of th Qua paw Indiana, living thrte mile south of Baxter, was going about bis farm, be waa bit'en on tbe toe of one foot by a large Urantala. He immediately started for the bouse, but a abort diatance, and by the time he reached it the pain froatoe bite was so sever tbat be waa unable to sit up, and threw himself serosa the bed. The insect had crawled up bis clothing, snd soon after he ley down ft gave him the second bite in the region of the small of tbe back. Tbis, with the etner bite, charged bis system with the poiaoa al most aa quickly a if by electricitr. Medical aid wa immediately rmatooed, hot before it reached him be vu too near gone for it to do hia any good. And ia tbe most intense agony he lingered until about 10 o'clock that night, when death relieved his suffering. Ike Mir awl wee vie tsJtsUs. Bailey, tbe EVmbary humorist, wss invited to attsod the dedication of tbe Pike' Peak signal station, snd the following i hi hu morous declination of th invitation : "Wa are much obliged to the mem ber of tbe United States signal corps in Colorado for an invitation to attend taeopen iagof a station on the summit of Pike's Peak. AswaUTtinhoftaofsswirg Pike' Peak, (which i M.21 feet above the sea,) and other Jtocky Mountain promiaencea lev eled for building purposas, we shall postpoa our visit until then. In tha meaetiaae th signal corps have our thank, and out strong hope that in their act tha will not us so mocb spssd s uurry taasmaompletcly over thatopand tha other akin baton stopping. Grant caodca should ha nlaiaii ia thi tHsx. ww think." - TELEGRAM! MISCELLANEOUS. THX STOKES CJ.- Nw York, Oct. 17. Tne je :-.), in which no new testimony wa elicited, v interrupted to-day by the District Aliwuey, who moved that the time tie fixed lor ibe trial of Wm. M. Tweed and other under what are known a ring inJjcinienta. The trial will take place immediately cu tbe termination of the Stoke cae. Andrew Parker, head clerk 1: tl.e M in cheater House, testified in the triil ut Moke that he met tbe prisoner in the Hitiuian Houe, and in conversation with him about hi trouble with Fi-k in Ju.iice Bixby's court, he (Stoke) aid Fisk wis a black mailer and a loafer, and that he carried a pistol and would shoot him. Stoke .seemed lull of indignation at thi te-iiumny, ami wa about to ri-e in bis place in court ap parently to contradict the witne, but hi mother restrained him. Ex-A itsr.t Dis trict Attorney Fellow wa asl.nl hy the prosecution to stale the conversation ibat took plrce on the morning ot tbe homicide between himself and John McKeon and their clisat, Stokes. The pri-oiitr' rouasel objected and tbe objection was sustained by tbe Court, unless the prosecution laid the foundation by proving that the indictment had been found aaiixt Stoke previous to that conversation. Tbe court then took a recess. After recess Deputy Coronor Mrh was put on th stand. He testified to making a post mortem examination on the late Col. risk. Treuiain nut the witne-, through a rigid cross-examination with the vis of eliciting the fact that I ik diet! from the ef fect of taking too much morpbinp, and Ink ing probed too much and unskilfully, and not from a pistol wound. The testimony on this point waa much the same a given st tbe first triaL Col. Fellow swore that the clok of Fisk was iu tbe same condition ia when it utce into the District Attorney "a cilice. The prosecution here rented, re-erving tbe right to call further witnesses to-morrow. Mr-Don Pa&sot then commenced the oien ing address for tbe defence, but bein; taken suddenly ill the court adjourned. WOMEN'S COXORIFi. In tbe Women's Congress to day paper were read on " Motherhood " by Mr. Lu rinda O. Chandler, on ' The social atiect of j the readmiasion oi women into the medical J profession," and on ' Art education of wo 1 man," by Helen L. I) Potter. At last evening nieelirg nf the women s congress, Mr. Sinh J. Sjiencer reul an ad dress upon th ro-rducatinn of the acres, which subjert bsd been previously treated by Mr. .Sjtiuon. She argtieil th.1t the sex of Ihe soul wa a inexhaustible :v tbe sjul it self. Rev. Celt Burleigh read a paper on the relation of woman to her dress, holding that the present dre?a L ugly, unnatural and immo-le-l, am! unles woman can be eman cipated from il tyranny, even the billot can do but little for her. The claim of woman eacber wa the subject of a pijir prejured by Harriet Becher Stowe and Cttharine Beecher. Mr. Charlotte Wither bronght the session to a close by nn eeay on "The Inaiobbla Home." in which she etrqueuily opposed the custom of families living in boarding houses and hotel. BELIKt. Rav. Mag in Dix acknowIeilj;M the re. ceipt of $371 for the sick at Mcmphi. lie alo gratefully luenlions the kindnc? of Adim Express Ot., iu sending SiiuJh there without charge. ruaiu-iiic. The statement is made to-day that Joe Cobum will decline all challenges: to fiht, a he deteraijpeil after hi afTtir wish Mace not to enter the ring as princi.il nr eeennd. and besides, during the pist year, he basfufiered from fever and sgtie. The Senatorial Tranrttioti Coiutuiitee met at noon to diy. Sen itor Windoui in Ibe chair. A paniihlt wa subiuitled by Mr. Robert A. Chiiaetirougii upon inland transportation by keeping i anils open for navigation during the winter -eisnn, through tbe agency of artificial heat. Knur son Foote, one of Ihe dirtritnrs and principal owner of the Steam Cable Towing; Com pany, appeared and gave ihe result of tbe working of hi company during the summer. Benjamin Bake, chairman of the Cheap Transportation Committee, of thi city, fol lowed Foote; he indorsed tbe proposition of Mr. Cobb regarding the buildirg cf ELEVATOa.1 and warehouse, ii th'ir eipicilv e. i creased 100 per cent., uu!d 1 ninjile to store all the grain arriving here; with ware houses perfected and lighterage good, train arriving here could be unloaded by eleva tor in liftein minutn. Robert Taylor rcid a letter upen termini facilities of railroads; it advises tbat iron building should lie built with inclined track leading to the lop llirar, upon which ear, could la run and q'liekly unloaded. C KJt.INUAND DKYI.VJ appar&uii ahould be adjacent lo co'.l and dry irrain heated ir damjieneil by it journey. Grain siioiild tie inspecleil by the Chicago siandanl, and any certificate of inspection and warehouse receipt would satis ty any buyer, such warehouse would cncoiirage dirKt shijimecU to thi port and warehouse receipt would pH correct on Wall street. Warehooe ahould ha built at interval along the river front and an eXEVATa.ls Htlt.WAV, encinling the city, for the moving of freight, be built. Shesla f..r the storage ot ci.'.ton should be built at some isolated place, but out cf danger from fire, sud means tak-n to prevent loss by stealing. At the conrlu-iun of Tayloj'a letter lbs Commiites lyik a rece autLTY. San Frauti-co, (l. 17 In June la-t tie town of Haniiltuai wx ne irly destroyeil by fire. A loan name Cohen wa arrested for arson, setting fire to bia on store, thereby causing lb disastrous confJigration. He was tried yeaterday and thi niorr.ini; the jury leturned a verdict of guilty. THK KLECTIOX. Later return indicate McKinstry 1 Ir.tic pendent) is elected Supreme Judge by about 5,000 majority, which will not lie mv'tHalij changed by tbe return to come. THE VJLCE4. Much interest is manifested in the smt running race to ccrae off to-morrow :t Oak land Park, four mile heat, for $i.0"O. Tbe horse entered are Irene Harding, Joe Dan iels, Kate Gift. Sargent, Kenita, Nellie Geary, Ballet Box, Hardwood and Tfcad S'tWH. .TABi::st. xrruxy. At San Ktnikdi. Millen euiiiity, on the night of the 13th inL, an unknown Mexican stabbed and severely wounded Fred. Slill man, killed (Caliper Stillmir. ai.d severely wounded McDonald, an eaigiccer. Tbe des perado, ran away, ws par-ued, caught, ar.d although be made a desperate ristam e, wa finally killed. HOHKICLK TSAr.LOY. A dispatch from Bakern' Field, Kern county, California, gives, tbe particulars of a horrible affray near tbat place, on election day. Larry WaMJi asked Mtsei Oilman who he had voted tor, and upon receiving a reply atruik Oilman on the head with a pMto!,iLt!ietin a wound which resulted in tbe death of Oilman iu a few minute. Robert Pippard and other attempted to arrest Watson, when he drew a knife and stabbed Pippard twice, inflicting mortal wound; Pippard got tbe knile nway from Watson and stabbed him. Eakfsll, and died within two minutes of aach other. xwnxxjcc rACiric railroad. Minnespolis, Minn., Oct 17. The Tribune ha the following regarding tie Northern Pacific Railroad: "General Manager C. W. Mead, of the Northern Pacific R, K., wa in tbe dry yesterday, and in the ccurse of coBTWaation stated thai it is proposed by the management to operate tbe road a far a Jamestown thi winter, certainly, as the road i supplied wtti. snow fence, &c., to that route; if tke winter is ant a severe one trains will be run to rlimaidt, but if it i. a hard winter they will be discontinued." Jaaseatown uabcait 100 miles west of Fargo. Work on th road is to be begun, and prosecated whh vigor, in the spring. Gen. Cssw has appointed tba foUowisg ge&tUmen aa Cosantassroaer, to examine nod report on to condition: A. C Hud, of Cincinnati. G). W.Steele, o! fWJamtUle, Ohio, and Gen. W. O. Issihss, of flastinsj., Minn., and will start from 8t. Fatal thia forenoon, in a rial car, and with Mr. Mead, will go over whole of k. Thair report will be locked for with iatatnt. coused coxvxnjow. Psnoate, Km, Oct. 17. The colored of taw inasan ierntorv. formerly j(tM iBlsBaaCbiskaMW, Credo, ' Seminole asd Cherokee, bavcrecentlj hfid. a convention at the Armstrons Arsuii.w, Chcctaw nation, at wbich they sdoptf d t ciemorul to Congress auk ire fo- cijual rigl ta in the Territory .ith the Irdiir , und o j secure and protect them in tic'i ri.tht. i Tbey skforthcM.c!ion.Z"5t;of lariisamt ttw organizitioa of a Territorial g vctnment, pitch &i the Indiana concerted to ia the treaty of 1SS5. and aiivccited br Col. BouJicoL A delegation s3 appointed to go to Washington to carry out tha views ot tho convention. The colosed rrcpu: claim to nnmier 15,000 out of fie 50 000 producing papulation of the Tcrmd Territory. snd to r-iise by their Itbor eib: tenth of lbs productions of the Territory . Much excitement eiiU in the Cherol.ee nition, owing lo the arrot of Sut Keek by the Cherokte sutboritie. fjr a'wg a one of the U. S. Mtrshal's jk- e n the Na tion's Gorirc-Shake afirar. It is ! ehevid to k? the intention to munfer Bi-et. in crd:r to intimidate all other from M3P0SDISG TO TltE C5.r ofiheU. S. Marslitl for ton ir --'. of tlis peradoc in the Indian cimn'rr. On a recent vs.it of the Oomrr,i ;.mcr of Indian Atl iir, at Fort Sill, Iidian Terril -ry, the Comrai-siocer demanded of tlui Cota minche Indiic, certain desjieradoE f their trible then on raid in TeT. Tne Indians informed the Curumisaroncrlliatih.-se young men were in Texas, and if he wanted them he could go after them. Comrui-u ,nrr Smith told them if they did not iKlivir them up within SO day he should treat them aj enemies or tiie GovEasitrarr, and should withdraw all supplie sd intcr cotiraa with tbem. Thi firm c.jtv3 of tba court had uch an cfiict thai they imnu dta tely sent out a party after theta a..id will de liver tbem to the authorities :' Tart Sill within the prescribed time. The H.ip!e of Texas now seem satisfied tint mdinc; in thst State i pncticilly at at crd. Confi dence ia Iieing fully realorcii in busiucsd circle. The piv car of tbe M. IC. and T. railroad hm just jiaved over the entire length of the load, distributing pay I" '"1 cmploe-, which hn greatly reiievet. - tuina men. Sc"!eiuhcr were . I uosth. Tne eirninj; of the t J . ' 4.03,000.. and will be ii cr the rp: -j. MempbTf, Oct. 17. ker uamed Geo. Armstrong, wa f j.i ilea.. . hi shop thi morninjr, of yellow fever, sid bad l-een dead scleral days. Tw ukt ,'atholic Priest, Father Leo snd O'Scf, oth of I:iisville, have evere utlark of i fever. Dr. Erskine, IViJent of the lL:rd of Health, expreed an opinion, bid cJ on consultation with prys-ctaaa of the tT, tbat moro favorable npecs lo-dav, al'bauh warm, and fewer new cu-e linn anj &aj previous, but admit tbat an iinrvcn'ile change in the wet er miy oue nf-sjrh outbreak. Deaths ta day are SO, an iacrrtai four over yo-tenlay. " heavy fe.NOTT sioi::j. Omaha, Oct. 17. Snor to the depth cf eiht inch, fell in the west.-rn part of Wyoming ar.d in Utah. TLo Union Po cine train, due here to-day. was delayed several hours, biviiij; leen lail uti ty ciders on account cf lbs f ei ere toria. FIX VSCXAL. St. Loui. Ojt. 17. At a meetinj; of Ihe Clearing llou-"1 As-ociaiion thi evening, to consider the que ion o' Ilie reuuiplii,n of currency piymen's, and 'till iiis.u-eton of thequ-s'iim waa hail, ami reromlicn adept ed to resume on Monday, ihe 27th list.; slso Ihit thi Ion ctrtificti oi ihe "learing Ilou'e ph'll be releeuiei in 20 per cent is stallnients.lo ha paid Mocd iy.20.li, Wednes diy, 2il, Siltmlay, 20ib, Mor.i.'ay, 27tb and Thursd iv, SO.h. CATHOLIC BF-fFVO LI-NT UXtOK. St. Itii. X-L 17. Ibe Convenlien of the Iri-h Citholic Benevolent Unnn was a eceno to-day of aniunliil and smewhat re nnrkable discuicn, wlucri i!acrd in a very strong liitht th- positi n of the Catholic church upon the public fcuool qtni.!ion. After the dtsponl of ome Conslitulional amendments, Father Felan, of thi city, chosen on the Comm.llto tn Kt-oIu"ion, submitted a report which denouncis the permission of the dethronement of the Pope by European Gorernmen t. PL-VCKANT l'JCSr:CE to Kgcic, and the whole Catholic world ar.d the pre-ent imprisonment of the Pontiff, a cnn-uuiiuition of hellish conspiracy, p one's BRainst persecution of the mother chinch by the covtniuient of Pitneii declare thit re ligioi. grounded on Cxed and dogmatic prin ciples, i the surest guide and supioitof man, and tint wrct societies and oil er ir religious t'sociation are fubservive of fo cial order, faith and morality, that a Catholic canrot b true to hia cim.try. if faLc to hi faith. That Ihe I -st infertsts -of State rfcd . society centre in the proper education cf tha younz. that education niti-t lcbritiin, I:p C.in with the catrlu-ui audi ml with a knowl eilgii of God, and ends with the fo'(oirin: Reiolceit, That tbe pri-tnt system of pub lic school, isnorintr all nperni!ural au thority and making G jd, the first know ledse, Ihe lat thing lo le learned, is acirse to our country sn 1 a tloodjite of atheism, of sen suality, and nf c rtl, f.-cial and n-tinoftl corruption. Thi Ii-t rcsilcst.i'n proposed thu di cti.sion alluded lo. tiO-yCFUlt. Fort Scott, K-B.. OA. 17 TI.o firvt anneal hor-e fjir of the Fort Scott Drivipg Park Aws;iatioii will take place at l e Fair ground track, near Ihia city, m Friday and Saturday, October 24th and 23tb. I'rini urns amounting to a handsome euni are ofT-reil for both trotting aad ruunic horse?, Iid:s the numeroai excellent prize in lL.i city and vicinity. A largp uuraler from ibrmd will be prce-nt. anil it i expected 1'iat tbo be-l hon-ea in Kacuar.d Miaaoari will cora f ete in the rare-. The Merchants' Nalionil Bank of Ihia city to-day commenred -aying out 10,000 in currency to the c jnlractor and miners of ihe Fort Sxlt Coil and Minim; Conpany. The shipment of coil from the mines in this vicinity are 50 r cent, greiter lhan last year, and tnrwportatifin cm hardly be obtaineil to wtpply tbe wanU of tb'j 'hip par. t.VDIS vrArviRE. Yanklon. D. T., OA. 17. The fi 'V be tween th Baule Sioux and Sauci Irn'iar. on tbe loth ict., rirulteil tccordinj to the latest rtrirti, in the killing of 20 on b-th sidt. AXDTJOIISSfiS. Washinstcn.Oct. 17. Ux-Preside it John rm ha maile afiidavit to bin claim forii.", 000 ajjainst the Hr-t National bar k. The Manm. Old Fellows and clber be nevolent as'ociation contince to send money to Shrtveport and Meraphi. The strinercy in the money ma-ke h made it niccs-ary for tbe c!umL"-al of many workmen. tlrsiDil l.oili-firtirtiiil L'tiixi'". At the recent (ss-iou of the Grand Lcd;e of Good Templars, held at Hu'nbo'd:, the following cGcerj weic elected for the fMu:c year: G W C Templar, J Jy Biiclc, of Frnpo rii; G W Crnnellor, John Ii (jaratbe 1 f Fort Scott; G W V TYmpLir. Liiz b O Un derwood, nTJunclicn City; G W S.crMarr, David C Beach, of Liwrenco; G W Tres-n-rer, Lydii W Birbink, of Leavenworth;" (i W Chaplain, C C Wilfon. of Cot.oriwood Falls; G W Marshal, T F New by, of Ton tranoxie; G W Gcard, Mattie Sanrdfrs, of Hespen G W Sentinel, TS Jor.e,of Cotlc wood Fall; G W A Secretary, G'a-i 3 Beach, of Lawrence; G W D Marah. !, Mag gie Houghton, liumboldt. The next recular session of tte Grand Lodge will be hJd at Leavenworth, acs, commendo; on Tceiday, Oct. 6Ji, 1S"4, at 10 a. ta. Yftrloa Opinions. - Thing" meat be lively in Atchiscn. Tte Globt serenely remarks : 'The election matter? are. getting hotter everyday. Yesterday caccuioes here held upon every street corner and around fvery good box. Every man upon each ticket i elected; and jet tbey havJ -very one feat ed, each U the meanest a liviog, and yet his Ood deeds are as cifceroua as lh hairs upon his head; each has the 'moat perfect qualification lor tha office, yet all are a pack of know nothiags; every man will carry th county soliJ, yet neither will getaco-poral's guard. It b remarkable what a po d, mem, wise, idiotic, strong, weak ret of candidVe Atchbon county tai put before the feople." FatjTEE Psreisr, of Emporia, I) n'ooa; building a Catholic Church in that plica. About fifty C'boIicvsi!k; f:ie iu that vidaitv. -cl -$1 I A -l 1 m i ' -i J 1 ai -i 6 m mi M f 'f "X. & ' 3. i b&XT 4f,:l CMZi Ns&- - "" - v-'isi Ty.-?,. 'i.J , , -. - viLffSS5au Ti- v ifWTrtB;Tj'rw j nr. '- -?if?A w1i. J &iJt&2m&.vr2.