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terser bUlccloukui, ora conllnllr Invltml..
. . .IAMYJ3 SMITH, W. M.
'•UAB. 11. BUKNA.V, Secretary. ■ ’
WEDNSDAY, JULY 27, 1881,
That was a very apt suggestion which
Cullcrtou mndu to strike “the Chicago Driv
ing Park” from Lawler’s resolution of In
quiry In regard to gambling. Such a change
would have- made the resolution direct tho
Chief of Police to report by what authority
gambling is allowed, not at tho races atone,
but throughout tho city. It seems to be idle
to inquire about gambling devices at the
races when faro-banks and keno-rooms, with
open doors and Haring lights, are tolerated
anywhere In the city. Onmbllng would seem
to be better lilted to a race-track than to tho
business district of, the city, and It is not
easy to understand why Aid. Lawler is so
solicitous about tho farmer and apparently
not ono bit concerned about.the latter. But
the whole subject was referred lo a commit
tee, in whose hands It will probably repose
lu (pdet, while gambling wilt go on, both at
the race-track and in the city, as usual.
Tin: Tnmuxß has already had occasion to
refer to tho case of tho Bev. Edward Cow
ley, who, having done tho Slate some service
In tho garb u convict for cruelly'to oho
Louis Victor, a child placed under Ids earo
In tho “Shepherd’s fold,” Is now receiving
the attentions of Ids sympathizing ecclesias
tical brethren. It should ho remembered,
however, both by tho public and by Mr.
Cowley’s demonstrative ministerial friends,
that Mr. C. has ns yet only been tried and
punished for one single offense. He was In
dicted by the Brand Jury for some thirty or
forty similar cases of.cruelty, tho Stale being
the complainant in each ease on behalf of a
different chl}d, the evidence being substan
tially tho same. When tried, tho District-
Attorney agreed to prosecute tho other in
dictments us soon as each term of Imprison
inontcxplrod,ithnvlngboenheUUn New York
that tho defendant could nut he tried on all
tho counts at once. Now Is the lime for the
District-Attorney to redeem his pledge; The
other children were Justus cruelly treated us
Louis Victor, although they have probably
grown somewhat stouter in the llesh since
the “Shepherd’s” Incarceration.' That lids
miserable specimen of a man and disgrace to
tho priesthood should he outside of tho liars
ns long ns a too-mcrclful I’rovldenee spares
his life fellccts severely on the Now York
administration of Justice. Try him on llto
next Indictment, Mr, District-Attorney, and
then keep it going 1
Tin: fact that the 4 * llre-bncs” who propose
to expose this city to new danger of destruc
tionby lire dhl not get'np their ordinance at
the regular meeting of the Connell Monday
* night, us was predicted, seems lu Imllcalo
that they are not so sure of a majority
In that body us they professed to bo.
This fact should not, however, be per
mitted to abatu the vigilance of .the
Citizens’ Association mid the Underwriters
in opposing Urn scheme for contracting the
llro-llmlls. Thu prombters of this project
have not abandoned It, Thu delay In urging
the mutter in the Connell only means that
they are still at work on the Aldermen. The
reputation which some of the members of
the present Connell have acquired nmtthe
rumors la regard to recent transactions war
rant the Inference limb the “Hre-hugs” are
bringing corrupt Inllucuees to bear upon
Aldermen. A real-estate pool at the back of
such a project will not hesitate to promise u
share of the expected prollts to such mem
bers of the Council ns will assist thorn. In
the meantime Urn material Interests of the
whole city are menaced by the proposition
to authorize the erection of frame buildings
in the very districts which are alreadymost
hazuvdous; and every property-owner, every'
business-man, and every cltl/.ep who under
stands the Importance to u great city of safe
Insurance should unite In the dibit to defeat
a scheme which will drive nmnyot the best
eoluhanles uwfiy from Chicago and Induce
those who remain lo Increase their charges
ala frightful rate. ,
Tin: shopkeepers ■ along' Uie lino of State
street between Vim Buron and Twenty
second streets who me Just now complain
ing of the damage tb their business which
tim temporary withdrawal of the horse-ears
mat tho improvement of tho street have oc
casluned must console themselves with tho
reflection that they will be located «u ono ot
thq broadest, handsomest, and busiest streets
iu tho world after tlio pre»eiiL turmoil shall
hoover. Tho present .tdiuulkm is the result
of the attempt to pul in sewers, water and
goa pipes where needed, to pave, and to lay
the endless cablu for tho street railway all at
tho same tlniu over ncarlvtwo mllcsuf street:
hut after this multitudinous Job shall bo
completed tho: people along the lino of tlio
street w ill rejoice that all the work was dune
at once. There is 'in; - evident misap
prehension 1 'llf' ifegbftT’‘to* n tlio‘ delay
uu tho port of tho Street Hallway
rompany, It Is very certain that the Com
pany will proceed Just as vapidly us it can lit
laying Uio now cable, because self-interest
prompts that policy, The Company Is sub
jected to loss, annoyances, nml delays pond*
lug the prosecution or the work which It will
gladly avoid, mid, an the cable. Is laid with
the purpose of saving money on an Increased
business, it follows tlmt tho Sooner the job is
completed tho better It will bo for tho stock*
holders. It is to bo hoped that tho city con
tractors at work on the sfrcct will be pushed
up to extraordinary efforts,'nml nil private
parties who me building houses ought to ho
compelled to accommodate themselves to the
rapid prosecution of the puhtio work. • .State
street is so groat a business and popular
thoroughfare that It should not he block
tided n single day longer than is absolutely
necessary. ■ • 1
.8 i.r.o
. n.oo
. s».m>
Tnnnnlsafttnkhigconlrast between the way
in which highway robbers nml assastns are
dealt, with In tlic,-Northwest and Southwest.
The (iovernor of Wisconsin has ordered out
tho.mlltary to assist the posse of private citi
zens who linvn undertaken to hunt down tho
Williams brothers. These men recently killed
two officers at Durand, and have taken to
tho woods in company with, other outlaws.
Minnesota lias shown a determination to
maketlielotofthohigliwayinen’a very mi
happyone in that region, and. deals promptly
and vigorously with desperadoes of every
class. Ilut the people of Missouri seem to
contemplate train-robbing, and the murders
Incident thereto, ..with great .complacency,
'there.. Inis been . no., uprising ..among
the- Missourians,. and no evidence of
unusual alertness among Urn - ofilccrs
of the law. The robbery of the train
near Winston, a few* weeks ago, the
murder of tho .conductor and another man,
and tho endangering of tho lives of all the
passengers, are treated ns a passing event of
no great importance. Wo; have' heard of no
incentive In tho shape of large rewards for
Uio apprehension of the outlaws, no clfort
on the part of the r nuthoritics.of Urn State to
organize a vigorous pursuit, and no particu
lar evidence of public Indignation. It will
be found that tho Minnesota-and Wisconsin
methods will bo of more benefit' to those
communities than the apparent indifference
of tho authorities and people of Missouri
will be to tlmt Slate.. .Emigration to- the
.Northwest wifi increase, and emigration to
tho Southwest' will decrease, in proportion
to tho suppression of oullawlsm in the
former case and Us lolerntlon In the latter
Tho receipt at Liverpool of ten barrels sup
posed to contain cement but In reality con
taining the clock-work of toil dynamite In
fernal machines, shipped from this country
by two steamers, the Malta of the Canard
Line and tho llnvarian of tho Leylaud Line,
has created almost as much sensation In
England as if this country had suddenly de
clared war against- the United Kingdom.
According to the statement of Sir William
Jlnrcourt, Secretary of’State for the Homo
Department, to tho House of Commons, each
machine contained eleven cartridges, each of
which was charged with nllro-gtyccrine and
a compound similar to gun-cotton, and one
of tho supposed cement barrels had fourteen
pounds of this dangerous explosive material
In It. Tho barrels were seized at Liverpool,
upon iufummlian which the Uovernment hud
received In some mysterious manner, which
tho Secretary did not state.
‘ While it Is mailer for general
tion that the would-bo assaslns in this coun
try. if they are here, were foiled In their das
tardly plot, It is also, matter for. regret that
their capture may bo very difficult, as the
consignor used ‘ a fictitious 1 immo, and tho
bllisot lading wcro'inado nut to lletlllous
consignees In Liverpool. Under tho Naviga
tion laws they aro liable to severe punish
ment, and it is lo ho hoped thoy may bo
found nml punished to tho full extent of tho
law. Tho affair, of course, has given vise to
avarlety-of comment, some of the Tories,
who have no lovo for this country, being vio
lent In their denunciation, and- attribut
ing nil- sorts of incendiary motives to
tho Americans. ! Tho flovemment Itself,
however, treats tho matter with good sense,
and will cooperate with our own (liivnrn
meat In measures to stop these Shipments,
and it will llnd on this sldotlio water Just ns
Hi m Intention and elfurt to stop it as on that
There Is no need of any apprehension on
that score. Wo allow the widest liberty lu
freedom, of speech. Irishmen, when they
land here and those who are hero already,
can make as many grimaces and wry faces
at England and say an many hard things
about her as they please, for they have had
ample provocation, but assaslnatlon Is not a
means of redress that Americans will toler
ate, nor will they allow thulr 'country to bo
made tho base of nnfrlondly move
muiibi against any other country. Should
tho - plotters- In this infamous busi
ness bo discovered they wilt bo punished lo
tho extent of tho laws governing their cases,
mid tho (Sovornment will not bo stow in Its
efforts to ferret thorn out. This Is all that
England can Justly claim. The American
peoplo have ilo sympathy with crime or
violence of any description, nor, on the other
hand, have they any sympathy with tho op
pressions of English landlords or. the ex
actions of English laud laws that have driven
the Irish peoplo lo desperation anil!starva
tion.' - ' • 1 ■ - ■
A uiiferenee of opinion- seems to exist In
England on the q uestion, *“ Wlmtls a gent lo
nian, or what goes to the milking of agon
tlenum'.I'* 1 '* Mr. Smalley Is the author of a
caustic letter on tho mibjcctof Col. Ahitoii
lino 'linker’s triumphant return to the bosom
of London society, linker, now known a*
•* Baker Pasha,” attempted to ravish a young
girl In the compartment uf u railway coach,
Ho was convicted of tho crime, but powerful
friends Intervened in ids behalf, The “fash
ionable” .Judge *’ let him bit” with u year’s
imprisonment, 1 hud ho lived luxuriously in a
eomforlaole room, his head **,uncropped,”
hls trmvsors “iiiistrlpcd” during the too
short term of his incarceration.' Thu Duke
of Cambridge tried to save the scamp from
oven this mild punishment, bui for tho mo
ment the Queen hud more Inllnenco than tho
Duke.' This Is (ho point of dilferonce be
tween tho loaders of British middy. Baker
was u 44 gallant, popular ’* olilcor, and society
Wanted jo pardon him 'offhand. Blit the
Queen insisted that the lecherous olllccr
should ho stripped of Ids uniform. When he
came back to England with Turkish honors
thick upon him fur. Ids services against tho
UusidunH, there was a Duku ready to cherish
him, and that Duku was no less a personage
than ho ot Sutherland. Tho man who had
tried by brute force to ruin a young mid ab
solutely Irreproachable girl was dined, wined,
and tousled at lionsc,, At this great
dinner tho Prince of Wales was present ami
made \\ speech. Thu hdu rntliim was 111910
than pardoned; ho was absolved ami hon
ored by tho laudatory lint of Princely and
Ducal lips. BUB tho Queen Was obdurulo;
society might receive Baker, but he could
nut wear the British uniform! But tho
salons of Loudon wuru'free to him; tho
ladles of polite society presumably smiled
on-the man who hud lately sought,-with
violence, to rob.one ol thou* sisters of her
honor,-’ •
Doubtless Baker was thrust Into 44 society”
[ tojmoßio wiU’Jnr hia mturailaiUo his aid
position In tho Army mid Navy Club. Doubt
less beautiful women were enlisted to exert
their persuasive, seductive hillucnco upon
members of the Club to that end. imagine a
young woman of society pleading .earnestly
with an honorable member ot the Army and
and Navy Club for Uio restoration of linker,
the man convicted of having tried, like a
common villain,, to rob a young girl of her
vlrluol A lino spectacle (his for the llrllish
aristocracy to contemplate! It was necessary
to get fifty members to propose linker’s read
mission. Think pf fifty llrltlsli officers pro
posing Uio vdmtmtasloii to their intimate
companionship of a man justly convicted of
tho mealiest and most brutal offense lit tho
criminal code of any civilized countryl ilut
fifty such officers were found, ami. In a club
ballot on tho proposition. In a poll of fiW,
there wore only thirty-nine black balls or
negative voles.
Severn! deductions mny ho drawn from this
remarkable action ot the London Army amt
Xnvy Club, nil of which nre alike dishonor
able to It. Its members mny be generally so
stolid ns not to regard attempted ** rape ” ns
u crime In n gentleman; Or they mny con
sider It so lightly ns to bo willing to condone
it on account rtf the snhsd'ittcnt gallant mili
tary conduct of tho offender. Or their scru
ples, their bolter Judgment, and their sense
of honor may Imvo been overborne by the
Importunate demands of “society.” It Isa
fact worthy of notice that linker was re
ceived In “society” before ho was received
In tho' Club. .It follows, since “society” IS
controlled by women, that they first restored
to linker his forfeited title of “gentleman.”
lienee that tho “society” ladles of London
contributed Indirectly to the restoration of
linker to his old club relations is certain, nml
the presumption Is very strong that they ex
erted a direct, ami powerful inlinence to that
ohil. They Imvo done for linker socially
what the Queen Ims so fur refused to do for
him in a .military point of view; they have
clothed him anew In his society uniform ami
restored him to his old rank.
•Mr. Siimlteyputs thofollowing pointed sup
posititious ease: “One rather wonders wlmt
verdict this conclave would have given Imd
Baker actually accomplished his purpose.
Nothing but tho extraordinary courage and
resolution of Miss Dickinson hindered him
from accomplishing It, so that as far as in
tent and moral guilt goes It may bo Inferred
that tho rape of a young and Innocent
■and absolutely Irreproachable girl would
not, in tho opinion of tho Army and Navy
Club, alTcct tho character as a gentleman of
any ono of Its members,”
Tho history of the linker case shows that
tho lone of “society” In England Is very
low. (t shows that even tho Influence of the
Queen is powerless to save society from tiio
Bolf-ln(llctcd shamo of taking to Us bosom a
lecherous, brutal scoundrel. It exhibits Ku
glish polite “society” in tho defiant atti
tude of declaring against the expressed wish
of tho Queen Its purpose to protect from
moral punishment tho man who sought by
brutu force to rob one of her Majesty's sub
jects, a young, Innocent, and Irreproachable
girl, of her chastity. Than this nothing
could bo more Infamous. Jt Is equivalent to
the otter of a premium on.vice, and tends to
confirm tho evil reports of correspondents In
regard to tho low moral tone which prevails
In all tho higher circles of British upper
crust “ society.”
- Tin: Timui.vii has been grossly and delib
erately misrepresented In regard to tho pro
posed Increase In the .water-supply by two or
'three malicious city journals, which are con
stantly seeking to attract public attention by
'soiicltmgaeontroversy.wUh.lt,’ They sup
press tho plan which 'Tun Tnmuxi: suggest
ed last Sunday, and then proceed to credit to
Tin: TninuNnsuggesLionsuud motives widen
it has not entertained. One of them, after
referring (o n company which had been
started to secure from the city the necessary,
authority lo build 1 auxiliary water-works,
adds that tlio editor of Tin: Tninu.vi: “ cmno
. out with a’ leader apparently in. favor of
auuthcrsehcmo In the Interest of tho city, but
which in reality Is the old one with a varia
tion, and 'that variation not Mm Important
Now mark thcUinevencol
Tho schcmo proposed by a number of gen
tlemen was to procure from the city the right
to construct and operate now water-works.
Thu scheme proposed by Tin: Tumu.vK Is
that the city .shall construct amt operate
auxiliary water-works upon money advanced
by private parties, In the only way which
seems possible as the lawatand.4.
In tho ono case a company of< capitalists
\youid acquire certain rights which might,
In tho future, enable them to exercise more
or less control over tho supply of water; in
tho oilier ease tho'city would retain wlmt It
has now, entire control of the water-supply,
and the capitalists advancing the money to
erect the works would have no more power
or direction In the management of the water
system than owners of city bonds now have
over the administration of municipal alTidrs,
People who pretend that there Is no differ*
onco between theso two propositions are
eitherdishonest or Intolerably stupid.
■ The need for more water and higher pres
sure Is'admitted. Thu question is, how the
additional facilities are to ho obtained.
Auxiliary works, to bo ureeled on tiro lake-,
shore to pump water for hydraulic'purposes
within the business district,' will furnish ns
lief by'ponulttfng the existing works Itr tho
North and West Divisions''to he used for do
mestic purposes in tho residence districts; at
thoflamo Hum the auxiliary works provide
the Increased pressure which is required for
tho high buildings and mechanical opera
tions, such us utemn-boilerH. flow are these
auxiliary works to ho procured ?
. Tho city has not the money on hand to
build, it has not the power to Issue bunds
for raising tho money, because the municipal
debt now exceeds tho limit lixod by tho Con
stitution. The ordinary current expend
itures of the city equal the lawful limit of a
per cent taxation on the assessed value of
the taxable property, and hence the city can
not undertake tho construction of mtdltlomrl
water-works out of the current revenues;
and, If it could do ho, It Is doubtful whether
tho people would submit willingly totho
necessary Increase of taxes, lb Is conceded
that ihoro are Berlops objections to giving
- private capital tho authority to erect ami op
erate water-works. What, then, remains to
bo done *,*
Tub TmiiuNK has proposed that capitalists
advance the funds to enable tho city lo eon
struct tho necessary works, amt accept ns a
consideration therefor a rental equivalent to
Interest on the same amount of bunds. Tho
plan contemplates that the city authorities
Shall have control tho construction ami
operation of tho now water-works, Just us
they have of tho existing wuler-works; that
the city shall pay a rental to be determined
t>y a certain rate of Interest on tho amount
Invested during a term of, say. 100 years (or
Jess); that, at tho end of that term, tho city
tdndl hueoiuu the owner ’: nf tho works upon
Uto payment of an .appraised valuation of
wlmishall bpJeft of Uto original “plant”
Such n plan would accomplish precisely
what Uui city would do If It hud authority lo
Issue bonds, with tho UllTonmco that, in enso
of bonds, the city would nltlmutely have to
pay the entlro amount of money borrowed,
while In tho plan proposed Uiu cily would
pay In Uie und the umuniit invested In the
works less the waste, ami wear mid tear, aud.
loss nf machinery originally purchased. The
ralos to b» (’harped for tho water-service
would be fixed so us i» rover the rental or
tntvre.st on (ho Investments, and provide for
snob roimlrs mid extensions us would ho
It will not do to say that this Isasnhemo
to place tho control of tho public waler
worka In (ho hands of.private purlieu. It
could not possibly qvenUmlo In any such
w«y. • We vriiluro tho assertion that very few
of tho gontlomen who desire to procure from
the city tho iiutliority to construct water
works on lliclr o.wn account would advance
money under, the plan Tin: Tnmu.Ni: pro
poses, lint wo believe, other capitalists—
people with are Investing thetr money In long
loans at a low Interest—will he glad to do so.
just ns they would buy Chlongp city bonds If
tho hitter could he lawfully.put upon tho
market for a similar purpose. If thoro Is
any Irani or business objection to tho.schrme,
TimTnmu.vr: Will print It. Jflhorolsuny
belter mtggesdlmi for obtaining Increased
water facilities, Tin-: Tnmu.Ni: will print and
advocate It. lint It is not fair (o dismiss this
plan with tho remark that It Is materially
tho sumo ns a plan of.private ownership. It
Is essentially tho same ns public ownership,
and tjioreln lie* Its tjilef advantage, In enao
tho necessary-capital cun he secured in tho
manner proposed.
The Xew York Tr/htmc of a,recent date
contains a significant article upon Ihudcvol
opmcnLof Uic wild ragufor desperalu specu
lation,—slgnllUmut hccauso U Is thu well
known story which will soon have Its well
known moral, though no one will heed it.
An old broker of Hroad street, In conversation
with a representative of tho Tribune, Is tho
authority for its statements. In the Gluck
Exchange thoro tiro 1,100 brokers on tho list
wlio lire entitled to scats, but the number ot
employes and partners of those having scats
nmunnts’to a small army, and besides these
immtuerahlo clerks and runners. Huskies
the Stock Exchange there are now two min
ing exchanges. ‘’All those buildings round
boro,”said;the broker, “are-tilled with fol
lows trying to make a living out of tho
brokerage on mining stocks. It Is amazing
how they, manage to eke outa living or to
pay their rent even.’' Tho increase In tho
magnitude of transactions has been corre
spondingly immense. Said tho Hrond street
Wodcnl InmlUlonswlierowodoaltlnthousands
n fowyearsago. Transactions Involving tho con
trol or lines of ndlway many hundreds of miles
in lemrih ami slocks away up In tho millions m o
everyday oeourroneei. Syndicates or huir u
dozen bankers take up al a single grab greater
loans than tho Hoverument at tlrst feared to ap
peal to tho whole Nation to take as a war incus
‘ are. Thu individual speculators who used to
eomo down Into tho street fora •* llyer," say oneu
u week,-are hero now every day, and (buy buy
or sell thousands of shares, where oneu tliuy
dealt in a few hundred. Onco, too. It was thole
custom to dual exclusively in a favorlt stock,
much aS one might bet on a single card nt faro;
now they study tho stato of thu general market
and deal in several loading stocks nt the simiu
time, "bulling” or "bearing" oil ns tho statuoC
tho market lulluoaeud them.
Tho classes who cngageln speculation havu
also greatly changed (luring tho last few
years. Formerly dealing In margins was
looked upon as dlsveputablo, mid It was left
to those who cared nothing fortho cpilhotof
“gamblers.” ,Now inurclmnts and manufact
urers engaged In legitimate business nro nl
most dally engaged In taking a “Hy” at
stocks mid risking their legitimate earnings
in all sorts of rash ventures. Lawyers have
caught tlie disease and transferred It to their
clients, tho former by thulr knowledge of
motions affecting stocks, though few of them
are successful., Congressmen, and (legisla
tors, mid Government olllciulsnalonlyspecu*
hue, ' but speculate heavily., ‘‘lt was
not always so,” says tho relator, “but
Ideas us to tho propriety of.ofllchvls In pos
session of legislative mid Government secrets
ami plans uru much less rigid limn formerly.
When a member of Congress or the Legisla
ture knows, or thinks ho knows, what a
- commliteu will report on a bill likely to
alVccttho money or stock market, he lias a
great temptation 16 use his knowledge to his
own advantage.” 'Many brokers from other
cities have also gone to Now York. Tho
great Humidors and speculators have also
gono (hero, and there are many out-of-town
members also of Lho Stock Exchange. Even
women have caught t)io Cover, ami many of
them nro operating through brokers.
The rnguscorns.lb bo universal; nor is It
conlincd (b (his country, in England last
year .kl!M),000,000 wore risked in all sorts of
wild investments. Tho -Furls Jlmirso is as
ern/.yns tho LondohStockExchange,though
in Franco ns a rnlothospccntatlvo fever does
not extend to the country towns and villages,
whoso people nro notoriously thrifty and
economical. 13ut In all tho great Capitals of
the world the mania to make money quickly
and without labor is running rloU Of course
there must be ah end to nil tills. Speculation
up to u certain point maybe safe, but beyond
that it must inevitably end In ruin to thou
sands of people. it Is a fact that docs not
need argument or Illustration. Tito lliiaiiclal
history of our own country mid of every
other is strewn with speculative wrecks, and
tho end of this manhVwlU he lho same. A
few great Humidors' will imiko themselves
richer, and thousands of tholrduposwlll come
outliccced mid robbed of nil they had. Thu
despair of the situation Is Ihntnuunu heeds
tho moral. * :
Tint UniOAno Tumiunh imbllshol nu Sun*
clay u letter from'Jainos Uodimth, dated London,'
JiilvlHH|. Ulrt marked, '.'Bpeoiul Correspond*
eueo of Tub Ciiiu.uui TiuMunb.” Tlio sumo lot*
lor, wohl (or word, mib*tieads am! nil. appeared
in tlio Now York Conmwcfnl adwrttocr Friday
morning. July ami reached Cbiuago In guod
time tp.by copied Into Tub BU.niuv Tjuuunu.—
(I) Thu TmnuNu printed no letter from .Tamos
Itcdputb* 'Minted Lomlpii”; but be sent Tub
Tiiiiiu.st.lu'u loiters dated and postmarked Dub*
Hit, July d ami July Id, received la tills ollluu last
Saturday, and both wore published In Tub Tumi*
tr.NKof tiumlny; yesterday wo received a third
letter frdm bim, dated July 11, wblub appears la
Tub Tmnu.su or ibis morning. pi) We don't
bappua to exchange with tbo Wow Vork
Commercial and have not seen It; bat
tbo f.*o. only speaks of oao loiter trom Hod*
path, dated,July ?.’ Ilepee, ThkTiiiuunb
could unt havu copied .from its columns tbo
other letter of July 10, but must buvo received
it direct from tbo writer. PI) Now, tbo simple
fact Is, that last Slay, before Mr. Itodpatb sailed
for Kiiropo, bo oirored.to send Tim Tutnu.vu
some letters from Ireland on cumlltlon
that M bu might give - copies of them
(o' 'one paper la Now York, and perhaps
to ; -.one ~other ’ paper at. a distance from
Chicago,—perhaps In tbo South,—as bo desired
bis letters to nppunr In tbo Knst, West, and
South.'*' Wo accepted'lds condition, and have
begun publishing hla/vory readable letters; and
that Is tbu wbulo ease,' 1C tbo editor of tbu J.*o.
would devote more of bis time to providing
nows for bis own columns, and less to criticising
TiißTnjuuNß. the remark would not bo so fro*
quoutly heard Hurt tbu f.*o. was tbo stupidest
and must nowsless paper published la Chicago.
Acuoum.vo to tlio St, JaincH Gazette, of
London, tho UrltSab Uovornmout have completed
arrangements for tho conronloneo and security
of Cvlywayu. They have purchased two farms,
onopf I.UjU acres am| another of sixty acres,
which thrown tegothor will form i tho limits of
bis future realm, No strangers will bo permit*
toil to enter wi)htu tho bounds of tho Klug's lo
cation nor to, gra*n’tholr'Slock there except
under tho, written order of tho Boerelary for
Native Affairs. Cetywayo and his followers will
nut Uoipertnlttcd to b 6 absent from tbotr resi
dence between suuavt and sunrise, but will have
liberty to move about during tho daytime over
tbo loud. Cetywayo and bis wives and followers
will bo supplied by; tho Ooverment with every
thing ucuossury forthelr health uni) comfort,
Thobuperlntondout will muku a weekly report
to the Oovornor aa to tho übservaaeo - of' tbeso
regulations by CoUrffavo, and either the Suitor*
7, 1881—TEN PAGES,
IntfMulont or a warder will certify every day In
n bonk kept [or the purpose Uml (.Vtywuyo In In
safe keeping, Tho estimate fee (ho amiiml cost
of the nmlnioimin‘o nl Ceiywayo and his suite
amounts to ..fl.Oti of which by far the greater
part is for tho custodians and Interpreter. Cety
wayo’tl household consists of live wives unci two
Tun President Is weaker than the public
has known, and previous to the Hnttmlny’s ro
litpeo ho was not getting along as welt as tho
published report* led the country to believe. A
Washington special says:
An army otllccr who lias a room at tho White
House with (lea. HWahn, who objects to being
limited, was met as no left nth j j.vceutlvo Man
sion this [Monday] morning. Said ho? “This re
lapse was expected, still, it had not emne for so
long. It was a surprise after all. It was lust like
a plekut-llue In uu enemy’s country. - Tho bovs
stand guard for a long time, nmf arc on the
alert. At labt, however, they gain assurance bv
continued security, and-some- day tho enemy
sweeps down on thorn, and ealehes them playing
poker. Two days turn Hwtihit and I were out.
riding, and he said, • I don’t liko Ino looks of It.’
I asked why, aml'lto said, ‘Well, tho blamed
thing Is constipated. When we dressed It this
morning thoro was aenrcelv nny -discharge, mid
Inniainddil Is Mopped up somewhere,’ Tho
people generally don't realize how sick a man
ho Is: ho Is very weak.”
" How weak? Can't ho turn over?’* •
"No.” ,
"Can ho ratio his head?” ••
"Tan ho raise his arms?'*- •
"How docs ho look?"
"Pale, thin, mid haggard." - •
Tho Now York £*int.takes litis view of the
lloet-foot performances of Maud H. lastHutur
Thu oxnituuoa of great speed by Maud nt
Chicago onHatimlay was yet a disappointment
to some people, benmisu hot* fast miles were
made hi t!;11 .Li mid tt:ll Instead ot
-sIOH. which latter time she bad previously
reached. Tho Ultlcreuee of n fourth of a see
oml la a horse’s speed may represent also tho
dliferencu bolwooii tho maddest excitement fur
150.000 spectators and a woll-eoatrolled sathfae
lion, or oven a lingo of sorrow. This dilieruncu
la lime Is prauiieally laappreeiabiu whoa thought
of ns time; still It can easily bo understood when
thought of ns distance. Thoro are r».t>o feet In it
mile: thorn are Pll seconds in 5i mlnntus and II
seconds. Iletieu each-second of the nveraga
simed of Maud S. In a -’:ll mile represents til
feet and about U*{ Inches. A fourth of this
space* (10 feet) Is not only ulcavly comprehonsl
tdo. but In a match of two horses would he a do
elded victory, with plenty to spare. Ifoyo mid
hand were only able to work mtlckly otimigh,
smaller fractions of seconds might obviously bo
registered In liorau-rnocs. -hoenuso oven u six
teenth of a second with Maud a. must represent
a distance of aji foot.
Tin; Journal do ttt.l’ctcrMlmru says (lint
Ilussia’s public debt amounts to .f£lli»,lM»,r>oo
(nliout tho same ns ours In :iw»7);' besides u largo
secret national debt, tho ummml of which Is ono
ofllio things which can not bo found out. Of
the public debt interest at 5 mu! r>{4 percent Is
paid on sl,7'>o,(Wi),ooe, amounting to IK I millions
of dollars annually. Uusslu’s bunds bold by (bo
Itotbschllds nro ivorth 05. Tho nmlulenmieo of
an army of 700,00(1 nion, us u " peace ” establish*
meat, Is what makes thonnmml budget dullelts,
and keeps Iho Flnuueo Minister In a distracted
state of mind. Itu9olais<u poor country, very
backward In tho meclmnlo arts. Hclenoos, and
commerce. Tho masses nro Illiterate. Com
ninnleailon Is slow, dllllcult, and expensive for
lack of railroads. All Ilussin has but little more
than donble'tho railroad mileage of Illinois. Tho
cnrruncy.nf iho Kmplro Is Irredecmahle, lluctii
atlon forced notes being worth about 75 to 80
per cent of tlmlr face.
Tnu Louisville CW. thinks that “ It may
be that Arkansas can gel herself pronounced
Arkmisaw, bat ns for Louisville, Ht. Louis,
mid New Orleans, they must expect to hoar
their mimes In Inllnlt variety for some time
to come. If Louisville and Hi. lands tiro to
honor tho Frenchmen after whom they were
named, It might bo supposed that the French
pronunciation—Lowy—should be used, oven
though tho villu In Louisville were given mi
English pronunciation. If tho English pro
nunciation of Louis was Intended by those who
named Louisville and st. Louis, they ought to
have written tho Frotiuh nnmo Lewis, as somu
'historians write It. As for Now Orleans, hero Is
as desperate a case ns tho others. There are so
many persons who civil her "Nowerlcen*” that
tho man who flays New Or-iu-ans Is apt to bu
looked upon with suspicion.”
A Cincinnati paper; wants to know:
“Why wouldn’t a wax counterfeit ot tho osseous
fragments of tho lute'William Penn satisfy the
sentimental DuektailH who bawl in vain for tho
hones of -tho benollcent benefactor who llrst
made known to tho untutored savago nod tho
predatory pilgrim the puissant power as a peace
maker possessed by a string of glass beads or iv
botdo of .Jamaica rum 7 That seloueo which has
nilvd her Academy nt Philadelphia with uuniilng
castings of tho remains of tho megatherium, lho
mammoth, and other interesting early inhabit
ants ought to bo equal to tho task of present
ing to lho public gazo a perfect counterfeit of
tho sacred siftings from tho tomb of W. P.”
An exchange Bays;
Ilnyll and Han Domingo nro ■■languidly en
joying tholr summer revolutions. In Hau Do
mingo, tho Insurgent Gen. Alvarcr., with mi
army fifty strong, opened lira on-tho went
gato of tho Capital, but, being unable
to shout it down, retired with twenty-six
followers, having lost twenty-four. At Capo
llaytlen several houses have had a handbill
posted on them remarking. "Down with ri.ilo
mon. Long live Monfalnt. und a war vessel
has been dispatched to scrape olf clio placards.
Those nro rather weak demonstrations lor coun
tries which used to celebrate their animal revo
lutions with great vigor. Are tuo pooplu weary
ing of their old customs'/
Juikik Lkland, of Ottawa, ono of tho oili
est mid ablest Circuit Judges of Illinois, agrees
with aov.Cullom mid others that there is no
legal occasion for elections for county olllcers
in this Htuto this year. Inn letter published In
tho Ottawa L’cjmWlcau ho says that tho Election
law of >luy 10, IBBl.ducs not eonlllcl with tho
recent amendment to tho Constitution, mid that
tho terms of otlleo havo been extended by lho
Constitution, mid not by legislation, mid that,
therefore, there should bu no election this full.
Henry Ward Beecher will, It Is said,—prob*
ably In tbo next number of tbo North
Ucvtewi— sum up tlio points minlu by lugersoll
tmil Itmck In tlio last number, and maKougeu*
oral criticism on lUo views or each of tbo dls*
«Cyrus 11. McCormick, Ksq., o£ this city,
tbo (trout reaper man, Is building a su aimer real*
deuce on one of tbo commanding bills nt Itluh*
field, one of-tbo fashionable Now York summer
resorts. lUchlleld, wbioii is In Otsego County, Is
a vitiligo that stands 1,700 foot above tidu-watur.
Tbo town Is well shaded, bos pretty churches,
and ia vory attractive, Tboro Is a great dual of
fine scenery, comprising Ullia, lakes, and water*
falls. Many' persona mo drawn there by tbo
varied atlmotloaa of tbu village and surrouud*
lug country.
Gun. Grant wrote tt lottor declining nn In
vitation to attend'(ho romilonof, tho Palmer
family In Htonlngton, Conn., Aug, 10 uud U. ami
saldt “Itwould alfordmoplonsuro tobopresent
on that occasion, but 1 tuivo been running about
bo much .for tho pant four years, with nothing
else to do. that now, when 1 .have employment
for my time, I feel loth to accept invitations
that (hko mo away from It.'* Tho Invitation has
sliifo boon renewed that hu would bo present at
least a partof tho time, tho Corresponding tiee
retnry Baying: “Aa to ancestry, tho blood of
Walter Palmer of ItWJ runs In no Palmer's veins
of this country any more than In yours."
Milwaukee Rcpubllcim (Hop.): Now they
oro sotting up Mr. Conkllug os n prophet be
cause ho said la ibu beginning Umt ho would nut
go back to the tienato without Mr. Platt.
; Cincinnati Commercial; Tom Corwin
said ono of tbo hardest things In llfu was to un
make a'great imm'SVhohad been nmduoutdfn
blankety-blank fool. > Hub Cuakllug seems to
be pretty well unmade. Ho did tho greater part
of mo Job himself, however, '
. ClncliumtlOajdlc.v Tiie army worms ap
peared somewhere jn.tho Northwest aud ato up
tho oat crop In several Helds, aud then disap
peared. They probably .‘ato 100 much. Their
reported appearance, however, strengthened tho
corner in oats, and It maybe that was tho object
of their coming. 11 > ■ > •
i*9UlsvUlo (Dorn,);’ Tim
Insanity theory with reference to Oultoau is
glvlug way to sounder views. Tbo newspapers
which declared Uultouu a luimtloaru moderut
lug that opinion, boeauso It <.ls wuuttestly un
leuable.' The Insanity defense lu murder trials
fan's wrought Incalculable injury In'-tbU country
toibaiuibitauosAo ohd oafuur* Every mued or*
ou« scoundrel plomlrt umt It M Uio I*ol
tlnoi v MfUnyrn. who arc <>♦•!l uin i.f |»t fees In
a minder imuc. Mnlcaii la nut m«une mat never
Inis been In.-nne. If tin* I'le.ddent. ii!i'.ivi'ri wi<
tlu mu sen wlii Uin in-Haain <miimoi tie tried r,, r
treason against tin.' United Stales under a U'/rlt
male miHtnicllnn of Uio Itiitlon mnl
statutory law.
Cli'vrlmiil lUi'nl'l flier,.): I'rmooratic
papers speak of Hut llepublleati party at having
“Inst e.\-Heimior rankling." II Mr. (.’oakling
Ims been a llcpnbllcim from principle that party
will corctvo Ills vide. If,mi (ho other tmml. lio
has been n llomibllcan simply bcemtttn of tho
spoils he received, tlto less l«oemncs titrain.
Jmu'svilln. (Win.) (hizcllo (Itap.): Ilolli
factions of Um Ucpnblleans in Now York should
now ellag to tlio Administration. It haa (lotto
splendid work since tlio (tit of March, with all Ha
blunders. Any man who wants to light Uio Ad
ministration tdinuld taka lililisi-ir Into tlto Item*
mantle camp, for their is no l oom lor him In tbo
Itepnbllcnn party.
Aimusla (da.) C/mmlc/c (Oem.): Tim
ItiHton 1/miM ciinlltlently predicts Umt Uio
Hmithorn unit New ISngltuul States Will finally
form a political alliance based upon protection
to American industry. Wo have always bo-
Moved that »urtrimalllanco was with tbo Hast
and ttol the West. Mr. Uohlmnin told a great
troth wlnm he said that tho South at heart was
a emisemitlvo and not an Innovating section.
Indianapolis ./onrmit (Hop.) Tho “hnr’l ”
has not. proven a success with tho Demoerauy in
Into years. It has seemed nominations, which
Is easy enough, lint It has proven a dead weight
In cleelloiH. 'Tho people tiro nof/yct Toady to
put up nilleus to tho highest bidder. While tho
jiosscs.ddu of a Uhi-rel may bn emitrollhig hi
IPemoerailoconventions,'lt Isa positive impedl-.
tiient in elections, as llonkwalter will llnd out.
Pitl.slmm ChronMc (Ucp.): Them Is n.
good deal of work laid out for Mr. Cnnkling. lie
is to tic called upon to ilisehargo tho onerous
duties of a Bnprcmc Judge, lie Is also going (o
erealu and direct a newspaper with a million
dollars to commence on, In (ho City of New
York. Wo should not bn at nil surprised If Mr.
Conklhig really preferred useason s rust—than
to gathor himself together, as it were. Now ho
is out of public life, It Is to lie imped ho will bo
let alone mull ho speaks for himself.
Urooklyn Hoyle (Dem.): Thu Philadelphia
Thin*, being of tho opinion that Koseoo Conk
llng Isn’t tilg enough to run tho Itcpubilcim
parly, while ho is luo lilg to let tho parly run
him, expresses its rugrotat tho very unfortmmtu
oversight In tho framers of our Government in
making no provision for this kind of elephant.
It is not too late to supply Uio omission, Mr.
Conklhig might lie elected Into if separate de*
pertinent of tho Government liy n constitutional
SI. Louis jWobc*/.)cmpcmt < Hep.): In tho
Intensely Democratic purls or thlS'.Stnto—whom
Iho rmn-shops uro many mid tho school-houses
fow—lhoy nro passing tho old Clulb Jackson
defense warrants Tor Government currency.
Well, why not? Those warren (9 represent some
thing very dear to thu Democratic heart, whllo
Government currency represents something
very abhorrent.- Then our reloads tho Green*
backers might with propriety taltu Iho Jackson
scrip as legal temler. It Is Just ns valuable as
limy-would make iho Government miles If thoy
had a chance. Ills tho Hat munoy for which
tholr souls yearn.
Mllwnukco irf.u'oiwht (Hep.); ImllanUons
arc abundant thus early that tho amiable frame
ol'dotf-iii-tlioMimiiHur will bo much' played by
the Prohibitionists ol die country hi tho ensuing
full election I }. .In several Slate end many local
contests, iho “ Itorormers," hopeless or victory
themselves, are hopeful of mi occasional upper*
tunlty to wrest victory from Ilojmbllcans and
Kivu it to tho Pomoonits. Tho proverbial
friendliness am) lively sympathy of tho Domna*
racy towards all worthy alms of the Prohibition*
lets ought lorceelvo some sort of tangible rcc*
mrnhion of course. To render occasional Dnm
ouratic victories at die noils possible Is, there*
fore, kind of tho Prohibitionists: though how
these anticipate aid In tholr work from ilomo*
nradc,successes is 11 mutter dillloult of under
The Xew Orleans Times, apparently doom
ing forbearance no longer n virtue, bursts forth
with an arraignment of that city sneh ns.no
pnperouialdo iho corporate limits could make.
It declares New Orleans to lie'Mho moat mis
governed, tho most hrmdlumhed.'tho most be*
Rmived and bobummered of nit cldcs. Thu great
city lies, like a huge, fat carcase, stretching In
(ho July sun, and tho buzzards tear, and devour,
and croak, and claw, each buzzard greedy to gee
all tie can Iromtho next buzzard. Tho hood
lum appears to bo Iho direct provocative of
lids refreshing outbreak. "Tho howling hood
lum," tho Times calls him, and from tho descrip
tion given of hh nature and habits lie must
rival nh namesake of ibo Hand I«ats. A move
ment Is afoot to suppress this elemmitof socie
ty, unit least rcsirtet ltd energies so far ns to
rcndertho public streets safe for travel, bv (lie
establishment of iiCommh teo of Public Safety,
not lo resort lo lynch law, hut tube a terror u»
thu recreant ollleeholders, whoso neglect to en
force the laws has made Iho rule of the hoodlum
u possibility.
Columbus (O.) Jonniul (Hop.): Thero la
nol tho slightest protmlillliy ol tUo Itepiibllomm
losing tUo organization of tlio Lower House of
Congress. Tho new Congressional Directory
shows Unit. )St.members were elected us ills*
tlncllvo Republicans, i:il ns Democrats, and lias
GrecnlmcUors'or Independents. Hlx vncancles
now exist,—four In Republican districts ami two
lu Democratic districts. Should Republicans ho
clouted to succeed Messrs, Laphatn, Miller, and
Morton, of Now York, and Frye?, ol Maine, tho
Republicans will'have a nmjorltyof u over all
opposition, and In the very improbable ovoul ol’
tuo election of four Democrats as successors lo
Lapham, Miller, Morton, and Frye, the .Rmmb
llcans will utlli have a majority of one. Mure*
over, somoni' tho Independents and Greenback
ersworo elected ny Republican votes In opposi
tion to Democratic nominees. Ilazeltlne, Rice,
and llumnvfl,, of Missouri, classed as Green
backers, are avowed Ropuhlluans except on tho
currency iiuestlou, ami will in all probability act
with tho Republicans lu tho organization of tho
llomm. It Is nbsolntcly certain that they will
not take part with tho Democrats.
Tho Complexion oftlio Council on (ho
.. I'Tre-ISmj Ordinance Tho Sehoiuo
NoeuiH to IBu Doomed to Utter I'ullnru
—Tho Name* of tho Ilmibltnl—Pro*
jtrlciy of a Little UllNNlonury Work*
A careful cmivtiss of (ho Aldermen shows that
(hero mu at least thirteen votes lu favor of con
tracting tho tlro-limlta. When tho matter
comes up, at (ho next meeting of tho Council,
ovorymember opposed to (ho llro-bug ordi
nance, and every friend of Chluaxo who favors
IcnvlnjfwSll enough alono, should bo on hand.
Tho demagog clement is led by Aid. illtdrcth,
who seems to. havu at his book Aid.
Sheridan, • Hurlco, Cullorlou, Altpotur,
RlnrUau, Lawler, Hohroedor, Stuubcr, lllr suit,
Vuumr, Moyer, Meier, uml Uarrelt, with
a possibility of tsmyth and Heavy,
muklnir lirteon at tho otitsldo. Against nay In
(erferonco with (ho llrc-llmltf, and for letting
well enough alone, there urn said to ho Aid.
Wlckerslmm, Dixon, Hamiers, Appleton, Hhoroy,
Phelps, Watkins, Wuttioroil. Nelson, Ibmd, DOau,
llnlbert, F.vorott, Drndy, Wnnzer, Irnhof, Mur-
K, Hurley,uml Illulr. It Iselalmcdby tho lire
gang that Watkins, llrady, Nelson, Imhuf,
ami Murphy arc with thorn, ami that they stand
pledged. If (hat should bo tho case, andHmyth
uml J’oovy would veto with thorn. It would
giro thorn twumy-two votes, which would
secure tho passage ■of tho ordinance,
which Mayor Harrison would surely sign. On
tho other hand, the friends of Aid. Young uml
Meyer claim that they nro
with tho present onllnanco. Tho sumo thing Is
said by friends of Aid. Bmyth and Feovy, who
hold that those two Alderman would not
Jeopardize thoir reputation m such a way, ospo
dally ns Aid. Hmyth is erecting some or tho
llnest structures on the West Hide, which ho
would naturally ho desirous of protecting. Aid.
ilrndy. as will bo seen lu an Interview published
In another part of Tun TimiUNt:, has been In
correctly placed among tho friends of tho
ordinance, when bo Is In reality opposed and will
veto against It. There Is still room fur mis
sionary labor, Uowuvur, on tho part of people
who believe In'protecting Chicago, with tho
doubtful members of the Council, and (be labor
which Is ipiltous apt to lull as any other Is thht
of tho constituents, whoso property Interests
demand that (ho limits should remain us they
are and that thoir property shall be subjected
to mi lauroasu of the Ill’ll hazard. A comparison
of tho names of those In favor of and against
tho ordinance ought to convince the doubters
(bat tho true Interests of tho city aro repru*
suntod by tho latter, if, in addition to this,
thoso who bavo thoso interests at heart, and
especially tho constituents gfitnoiosamo Alder
men, will rise to thoir duty oud see that their
representatives lu (bo Couuoll really represent
tho votos of the men who elected them, tho
complete and inter rout of tho ttro-buggauif
will bo assured.
7b tbs Kdlior oj 77i< Chicago. Itdmns,
CiiicAm), July d).—ln tbo report of Sunday's
immlnr In TmjTpuiUMJ yesterday! It was stated
that tbo murdered man was u member of tbo
I.umber-tibovors* Union, and Unit tbo dispute
wbleb resulted so fatally was in reforouou to tbo
Union, -1 will hero state tbu* neltber tbe mur
dered man, nor tbo murderer, nor any one men*
tioued in tbo report, were members of tbu
Union. They were "scabs, ’’ mid us snob were
employed by u ecrlalu class of small vessels that
WouldhobemployUnlou mon. ■ (
Wu.uah Kuna, ;
Commissioner Senders Lays Qm
the Work of the Treasury
Cattle Commission.
Proposed Rules and Regulations l a
■ Regard to tlio Shipment of Di s .
- e,isod Cattle.
Tlio ntiioflls to American i*rtUln-Nli|pp Crg
•When Once Hie Disease Js
Stamped Out.
Tint Tiiiiutnk. announced ahonu ww, n
Unit Mr.. 1.11. Handers, of this elty. ononr iSH
editors of Um hlrt-titorfe JuurnnK had hern i,
pointed, with Prof. .Paines i.aw, of Cornell Cni
verslty, and Ur. 13. V. Thayer. of w.-,t \ ovr{
Mass., a member ortho Tmmury ijutlotw
mission, which In charged with tlio duty ofi„
vesllgatlng all alleged casus nl piei m ..im,.„
monla that may ho reported u> it. Tm
tfNK ut tho same Unto esmtaiacit n hric'r Inter
view with Mr. Handers on tho subject of hi*,
nppulnlmunt and tho probable scone «}
tlio (.‘ommlsslon’s work. Hltn.o umt
■Mr. -Handers ,Ims ••recolvud nuiuh furihep
InforimiUon from Washington and from corn
spnndenur with Ids brother member* or itn
Commission, and. when called upon by a ®
porter yesterday* was in abutter cotidin o nT!
sucak of tho .work of tho future, and todojtiu!,
.manner much more satisfactory in hltiitcir n. n .
hn was when tho reporter called upoa hi,„ J
week ago. 1 ,l,n «
•• When will tho Commission meet?” naked ih«
reporter on opening tho conversation 00
-It was at lint arranged Umt it shoiiM mf , r .
In Washington sometime during the tiro w,i,
|n August, but Umt hits bon. Smvu
Commission will meet on tho him of Aiil'hVl?
Harutoga.” h 401
*■ Whatarotbo Instructions of the? t'o-mnt.
slonm-al"' mm *
"They Imvo received no Instruction! 1.,.*-
tluwo whlctiaroaiatml in Iho Sundry civil »,j
l»ro|)vijiilan bill, • to Investigate mi advgod i>-uT«
of lliu Ulseaao known us
Hint mny be reported to them, especially nC;
tho dividing line 1 m> w<m <
All A, '
and along tho line's of transportation from nil
parts of thu United Wales hi tuo purls r n , o
wlilull cattle aro exported, imd hi perform ainS
other duties ait may from Itmu lo Uniolmnrcl.
scribed by tho Hccretary with reference to«ni.i
disease. *
“Whatappropriation has been made torihn
work?" .
•• Only fin.OOJ. Ido not yot know how Inna
tho Commission will pursue Us work, or limvei*
tensive It will be, but >1 mu’ afraid put o
will so Inlcrrero with toy dutlesnscdltnrof tho
lAvC'Nludc Jihii'hiU that I shall nut be abiclu
continue mi tbo Commission. I miderstmd dut
Iho llrst work of tho Commission wlllboirnmiuj
imi.Ms and iikhulations
for Iho shipment of cattle In all districts when
hie disease exists mid for dealing with thodli*
case wlicrovcr It Is discovered."
"Tho Commission teems to have tho matinee*
meat of tho matter very much In its own
"Not altogether. Jmltro IVoneh. Assistant
Hecrolury ot tho Treasury,. who tins nlwnrj
taken it very deep Interest In iho subject, aaJn
well pealed 011 nil points relating to it, tut
charge of tho matter ou tho purl of the Treat*
ury, and will sit wltii tho Commissioners itmlao
nisi in framing dm rales. It was Inrgclr
through his Instrumentality that thu appropria
tion was made, and he has had iho tlilaala
charge from tho beginning."
"Do you taluk tho appointment ol thtsCom*
mission 11 who mid needful measure?"
"There is no question that such a llilnjli
urgently demanded. Ureal Ignorance prevail!
as to tho extent mid nature ol this disease."
" It does exist to a considerable extent, tlioal"
" There can bo no doubt of It."
" Where Is It most prevalent?"
"Abmg Iho coast from New York to WnUilns
tun, and inward In tho States of New Turk. \cy
Jersey, District of Columbia, and Maryland.”
" Ilow far U’ost has It come?"
"That is not exactly known: but ilo r.wt
have as yet been detected anywhere west of tbo
Allegheny Mountains."
"To what does thu disease llrst owe its origin
In this countryV"
"It was llrst Imported from Holland, andli
most prevalent among dairy cattle."
■"Doyon think tho Commission will boublo to
cope with it so ns to
ui.timathi.v stamp it orrV”
" In England they enforce nn order prohibit
ing tho binding of cuttle In Unit country tram
nny foreign country where the disease U kmi-vn
to exist, mid all uattie arriving from such eeuti
tries must be slaughtered at the pm-i id illv.-nt
burkatlon within n few days alter lundiii?. Tint
order depreciates the value of all catileKlmnn-l
from this country lo tho amount of fruia f D to
s&} pur head, und is a great tax on our shlppi'it.
Now, If this Commission could dmlalily dis
cover tho districts wheru the disease uxiinbere,
ami frame suuh regulations as would Imare tho
shipping of none but aound nad dlsadected cut
tie, and be able to give 11 cortiilcaio with every
cargo shipped that they wore hiiuH muldu
atfectod, It might load to a module iiion of ihn
order, which would lie nit Immense advnutir-ra
to our shippers. Uegulations will also be framed
I'ItHVKXT Tin; si*m:.vu or rut: mhk.w:
In this country Into districts where it Is nut no*
• “ Is there much danger of ilmfr’* ,
“Ono jtrout advantage Is that tho tmlaral
course of Hblpmenl Is from tho West to the bail,
and to that Is owing tho eomimrutlvc safety «'f
tho West. Tho only way In which It is iik-lyta
spread I* by tho Impurtatloit of thornugiibivd
stock for breedlmt purposes, tail this
carefully selected trom herds which are known
to bo freo fiom It that tho dantter Irma luu
souroo la but slight, bast year, laiwcver. HU>W
calves wero shipped from aireeted dHiricis m
the Fast to tho West, and If that eourso is pis*
aisled lu It may bo tlio means of sprciiain* tha
disease, which Isa very insidious one. It aem
ops Itself very slowly,.and may-exist Hires
months without being detected, and therein con
blsim Its greatest danger. Thero Is no cure fur
tho disease, uml the only way to deal wan mi
to destroy tho animals ulfectod with it as«ooa
as tho faut Is known."
in mu i.iJ\Munn.
“How long will tho Commission altr
“That is not known.' If It Is found that such
rulos ami regulations can bo framed as will car
ry out the objects 1 havu mentioned,it may
atbly load lo tho appointment of a peniwucul
Tho dally evenmg Gospel-meeting was held la
Miss Minnie Greeks' abode on Fourth ayemuj
Inst ovoulug. Tho largo attendance Indicated
ttuit thoro was no 'abatement of Interest lnib«
meetings, and those held tit 4 p. in, for Indies nr®
also said to bo very aucocssful. Lust evenmif
Col. Clark led, assisted by Mrs. Clark, Mr. Miller,
and others. Hovcral converts rose and rrlstea
thoir experiences, and pictured to their listen
ers tho comfort and happiness to be found ia
lending upright and Christian lives. Tko r«n
marks wore Interspersed with shurlug u> u»
congregation. Thoso who duslrud to Ikj «l»eu*aw
prayed for wero Invited to remain '‘{ i y r
the meeting, wita dismissed, and several «•'-e.
An ouepost, prayer, followed by the sham's ; '
“Wo shall moot thorn by tho river, dojtdiw
oveulngservices. ' , . . Itl , n ,
Mis* brooks appear* lobe as ardent umism
core ns over lu hor devouon. bbo is saia •
have disposed of moat of her etfeots, u |}}[{*
limds iucmuinuotho Gospel meetings, uua>
lug ihorolsnu bettor way of doing go l **. ‘
converts thus far uru several lu moabtr.nm*
,nuw onus aro nmdu nearly every da>. » ,
young women have lately cornu Into tuo
and changed thoir form of life. . lk#4
These meetings, conducted under i r.
collar circumstances, and In a district "
largely Inhabited and patronized by tho w
ulussuri, are attracting .much attention neui ,u *
religious clement of tho city.
Tho Directors of Urn “Cooperative UrcsJ a**
soolnUon, Limited." of Now York, Hove ■-
fortunate In scouring the service# as K°"
manager of Mr. Joint Wales, long known »
Hastenasa leadingspirit in the ilfm e* H . .
log, Wales* Co. Mr. .Wales* energy. « “'*
slusm, and devotion to bis business are a * |a
anluoof success, tie will oijen .W..KSaS
tieptombor..Tbnt a Yankee should w,* 0
maud of tbo llrst cooperative dry wu ‘ ~l . u f* sir.
prise over started lu ibis mmu ry s«»' jod*
Wales’fultUm Its future, us well as be
meat of tbe Directors hi selecting * I e » 1 ! \* vU
to llil tbls arduous position. Miss her
President of tbo Association, Itju t,s
name to I0,u0t) cert monies of stock, wb
issued at oueo. Her duties are so uid'wtw »«
sbo bus entirely given up uer voj nae to
and, lu fact, has not spent one hour on* o* .j bl
York slueu her election ui olHcc. It•«»“.' * u tM
remembered by - the stockholders o», tlwl
"Cooperative Lives Association.
neltber tbo President nor of
ouroDonsatloa foroirona of H*o tawr “ wU *
which tbo majority of poisons bato m»
ecptiou, • ■ __
, , Social faiiMlch to ns
Masutowoc. Wis., July afc-w.
publisher of tbo Manitowoc Jcunia. w«is arr
pd to-day oh a ebariw of perjury. H■» * (M
that bo made a false atUdavli In *. riJ ,
time bis paperbas boon regularly pujd• .
Vlous to tbu opening <»f tho session of lb t|]#
laturoofisui, In order to t ntu Wf u .,|.,»ri
p‘aW r ffw. r 0 lo f ?. r fuo'SS'w “
tuHi Tuvo IJUU tor bU oopouruuco «"-»

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