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short and that tho hour will bo one when the
event will occasion tho least excitement."
Bvttia l DUtwffA to Tfu Chttaoo TXBun*
PntT.ADRLnifA, Pa., Sept. I).—Tho private car
of Prcsldopt Huberts, of tbo Pennsylvania Rail*
road, will lenvo horoat 1:15 a.m. tomorrow for
Washington, and It Is expected will bo used for
tho removal of President Garfield from tbo
Capital to Long Rraoeb. This car Is known as
No. 120. It was built years ago at tho Altoona
shops of tho Pennsylvania Railroad for Col.
Bcott’s private use. After ho became nu Invalid
It was used for many years by President Scott
In bis long Journeys through tho South and
West, and has carried In turn nearly all tbo dis
tinguished guests the Pennsylvania Railroad
management bavo entertained. Although long
In service, It remains ono of tbo finest pieces of
workmanship tho skilled mechanics at Altoona
have aver produced. Specialists wore employed
on the springs, which wore made of
and arc light in number, or twice ns many ns
tho now Enstlnßo passenger conches have.
There are twelve wheels Instead of eight* and In
the running movement of tho coach thoro Is
scarcely any perceptible Jar, owing In a measure
to tbo extraordinary stability of Its construc
tion. Tho sides arc Mood red In color, like most
of (he Pennsylvania Railway conches, and abso
lutely without ornament, oven tho usual gold
work being conspicuous by Its absence—tbo
stylo of decoration In which Col. Scott’s simple
tastes are Instantly recognized. Tho running
work of tbo car is brown. Tbo wheels are like
tboso used under tbo Pullman pnlaco cars, nud
are painted n bright green. Unlike tho other
stock of tho railroad. No. 120 Is notlcoablo on ac
count of Its unusual length, sixty-three foot
having been found none too long for tho build
ers’ notions of wbat a private botcl-cat should
It has a drawing-room, private bedroom,'and
bath, dining-room largo enough for ten poisons
to sit nt tbo big mahogany table at tho' same
moment, and a kitchen furnished In a way that
would satisfy the most exacting cook. Tho
platform at ono end of tbo oar is five feet wldo
and Inclosed by an Iron railing, with neats for
those who ohooso to sit In the shelter of tho
low side windows, with tbo scculo panorama
gliding away in tbo wako of tbo train—for tho
Presidents carls always tbo rear ono—white sig
nals are made with tbo onglnoar by means of an
clcotrlo belt. Tho drawing-room of tho ear re
sembles tho coxy cabin of a yacht designed for
Aslan sailing. There orotoooks and writing
desks, as well as card,tables, while over tho
bookcase a small French clock ticks sharply,
even when tho car Is Idle.
Is black walnut, and tho furnishing something
after tbo models of tho Pullman cars. There
are soft rugs on tbo floor and cosy chairs near
tho walls. Tbo drawing-room Is lighted by
eight windows, and at night by a middle cluster
of four gas-lumps overhead, with as many more
on tho side. Tho rigid simplicity of tbo exterior
has not boon carried out hero, for tbo drawing
room is ornamented by solid mahogony and fin
ished In sliver and gold. A door on one band
loads to tho private, room of President Roberts
and a smaller apartment with sufficient room
for a narrow bedstead, not a bunk, which faces
two windows In tbo oppoalt wall, while a second
door loads to tho bath. From thoopposltsldo of
tho drawing-room a narrow passageway toads to
tbo dining-room, which is twonty-Uvo foot long
and about ten wldo, or tbo full width of the car.
-the finishing is partly In cherry, while tho di
vans, extending parallel with tbo dining-tabic,
are upholstered In golden plush. There are four
unfolding beds overhead, constructed on too
Pullman pattern, and which buvo boon used by
many Directors of tbo Pennsylvania Hallway
and friends of Col. Scott wbo used to accom
pany blm on hla extended tours, in tho dining
room, as In all tbo otbor apartments of tho car,
there aro ventilators, which moyboojHmod in
tho opposit direction from which tho car Is mov
ing, thus Insuring plenty of pure air without
causing a currant through tho car, while tho
fine wire sieve netting covering tbo ventilators
effectually guards against Hying cinders and
dust. A broad table, wltn square corners,
stands In tho middle of tho dining-room, wnilo
on either side, throwing back tho silk curtains.
a view is bad of
Two folding doors opening tram tho dining
room load to tho kltohon, which Is almost ns
large. It uoutolus a pantry, a largo kltohon
range with an oven overhead, a broad table,
wloo-cpouir, and a smaller closet for dlsnwosh
ingand otbor culinary operations. All that Is
visible to the eye lu tbo finishing of tbe kltohon
Is solid wood, like tbo rest of tho car, while tbo
metallic work Is of polished brass, after tbo
stylo of cplslno or modern yachts. De
void os tho car is of cumbrous furniture
or unnecessary weight of any kind. It
Is said to bo heavier than any of (ho other
coaches belonging to tho company. No. 120 was
mado tho roooptlon car of Col. Scott not long
after tbo War, or, in other words, soon after tbo
Prlnco of Wales became the guest of the Penn
sylvania Railroad on bis extended Journey
tnrongb tho South and West from Now York.
Tho Grand Duko Alexis. Prlnco Arthur, Prcsl-
President llnyos, and members of
nil tbo Cabinets sinoo IffK have traveled lu It.
Tho oar was placed at tho disposal of President
Garfield on his notable journey from Mentor to
tpo Capital before tho Inauguration, and It
brought ox-Prcskloul Hayes away from Wash
ington after that event.
used to extend half wav to tbo Pacific Coast, or
to tbo Texas Sc Pucfllo lines in Texas. Tbo
refrigerator In tbo kitchen bos ample space for
a vJjmthfe provisions if need be. Since Presl-
election perhaps his most notable
been the Duke of Sutherland's
Party of English railway men and members of
Parliament why traveled over tbo Western lines
flyo months ago. Ono of tbo olllcors
of, tbo Pennsylvania Rood, who was
questioned by a press reporter yester
day, said that, so far as ho knew,
no orders bad boon given by President Roberts
lit regard to tbo car. It was ut West Phila
delphia, however, and could bo ready under Mr.
Roberts' order In half an hour if tbo President’s
phjjßloluns decided to remove him. as they hoped
"It ibo President is removed by railroad,
wfiat speed will bo tbo most comfortable tor
, . M ha . t * ,l l bo for tbo physicians to say. They
Wlllbo; la Instant communication with tbo engi
neer at all times, and tbo latter will have orders
to spend a week on tbo Journey if necessary."
Br. Louis, Mo., Bept. I.—From letters received
by the Executive Committee having in eburgo
the River Improvement Convention ta be bold
hero Oct. SO, it seems much interest in the
movement Is being excited in different parts
of tbo country, and prospects aro that
Ibo Convention will not only bo very
largp, but vylll contain many representative
men of all sections. Tbo railroad interest is
expected |o send sumo of Us ablest men. In
vitations havo boon sent to tbo Governors of
all tbo States ami to mptnbcrs of Congress, and
tbo commercial boords throughout tbo Missis
sippi Valley will spud delegates. A special Invi
tation bas been oxtondod to Capi. James H,
Eads to deliver an address or prepare a paper
on the .Improvement of tbo great river, and
Geo. Glirooro, Rrosldout or tbo Mississippi River
Commission, am other members of that body
will probably ODto part In tbo proceedings.
Special Dispatch lo 77m Chicago Tribune, •
Osmtotm, Sept. t.-Uaftlngat tbo boom of the
Wolf lilvof Uoom Company will close In about
three weeks. Tbo total number of logs raftoil
Ws season Is estimated at |:w.ooo,oty or 10,000,.
000 lew than lost year. Tbo showing, however.
Is much bettor than tbo estimate made in tbo
early part of tbo season.
Special DUpatch to 71m Chisago Trihunt,
Osincosii, Sept. 4.—The remains of Hubert P.
Paige, who died In Davenport, worn brought to
tblHoity Saturday, and tho funeral took place
today under escort °f tbo Knights of Pyiblas.
netUund U ° *** a Iho Arlyu Uor-
81.25 FOR WHEAT.
Des Moises, la., Sept. U.-Wbe«t that grades
No.»lu Chicago Is being bought by millers hero
ut two to throe cents over Chicago prices, *1.25
being tbo Oguro for several days past. * ■
I.QXDOK, Bept. {.—The Westphalia, from Now
tork; Moravian,from Montreal: lirltlsb King,
from Philadelphia, bayo arrived out.
WvSSI*’ 1 *’ k'"' ‘-ATlvea.’tSS' Splo, Iroß
Buis, Ft., Bept. 4.—Mary J, Leo, aged 19
daughter of Prof. Lee, bedridden for four years’
got up lOfday and walked to eburub. Her euro
Is beUovod by bur friends toby tbo result of sue?
(■m vnuvn lyjfmltoji.i i r u,|ui. imiUuuof,! 1
Winchesters f|ypopMos D mt's
will cure consumption, oougbs, weak lungs,
bronchitis, and general debility. Established
Confirmation of the News
of Gen. Carr’s Sad
Ills Whole Force Supposed
to Have Been Utterly
The Battle Said to Have
Baged All of the 30th
A Fierce Attack on Fort
Apache by the Victori
ous Braves.
Ono Llcntcimnt mill Seven Men
Killed In the Reckless
Two Americans and Three Mexicans
Killed by Apaohes at Eagle
Tucson, a. t., Sept. 4.—Tbo Star has Just re
ceived tho following:
“ Thomas, A. T., Sept. .I,—Reports from tho vi
cinity of Fort Apache of the bostllcs are con
firmed by fresh arrivals of Indian runners, but
no message from MaJ. Cochrane or troops sent
to relievo bos been received, In the attack on
tbo post tho Indians were recklualy bravo and
defiant, ono of thorn riding Gun. Carr’s horse
Into tho parade-ground, and whirling and firing
ns bo passed out. Ho Is a brother of Clvlnn, and
Troops are being hurried forward, and strong
reinforcements are needed. Reports coino in
that In tho attaok on tbo post a Lieutenant and
seven men were killed. If this Is true. It wits
probably Lieut. Gordon, Sixth Cavalry."
Tbo latest official is:
Thomas, A. T., Sept, fi—Evening.—Tho south
ern tcrltory Is not believed to bo iu any Imme
diate danger. Tbo Cbcrluabnas and agoncy
Apacbos are reported all quiet. Tho news of
Carr’s disaster Is not contradicted. Tbosouthurn
posts are still garlsoncd, and troops are being
pushed forward day and night.
Washington, D. C., Sept. 4.—Secretary Lin
coln this evening received a dispatch from Gon.
McDowell, at San Francisco, in which bo reports
tbo receipts of later advices from Camp Thomas
corroborating tbe reported massacre of most of
Gco.Carr’scomraand. Gen. McDowell’s dispatch
states that nn Indian who witnessed tbo light
oatno Into Camp Thomas and reported that all
of Gun. Carr’s command wore killed except u
few men, who were trying to nmko their way
book to Fort Apache.
Ban Francisco, Bopt. 4.—A dispatch from
Tucson, Arl., says: “ Gon. Carr was In command
of Fort Apache, consisting of two companies of
tho Sixth Cavalry and ouo of infantry. After
leaving a sufficient force to protect tho public
property at Apache ho had but sixty-three en
listed men of tbe Sixth Cavalry and five olHcors.
Tbomcdlclno man who wos at tho boltom of
tho trouble bad been for sumo weeks post
predicting to tbo Wblto Mountain Indians that
when tho corn was ripe ho would raise all their
dead. Chiefs, and tbo whites would thou bo
drlvonoutof tholr country. This was sulllolimt
to warrant tbo conclusion that preparations
wore being mado by tbo trlho to break out as
soon as they had gathered tholr harvests. Gen.
Carr was ordered to arrest tbe medicine man.
Redoubted his ability to do so with so small a
oroo against tho wholo tribe, who had boon
worked up to a belief that their mediulno man
Tbo circumstances attending tbo disaster wore
such that it could hardly bavo boos avoided. Au
outbreak bad been feared for tbo lust two weeks
la tbo Apache country, bottlers nave been pre
dicting trouble. Tboro arc not less than lU.UOU
Indiana on Sun Curios Reservation, and fully us
many in tbo Navajo tribe, which is located from
sixty to 100 miles north of tbo country of tbo
White Mountain tribe. A large number of
young bucks of both tbo San Carlos and tbo
Navajos bavo boon visiting tbo Wbito Mountain
-trlDCiOQdlt Is believed tboy woro engaged in
tbo fight. It is reported by runners that tbo
fight continued all day of tbo aoth. Every bill
and cation was swarming with red devils. Nows
from lower Ban Podro last night Is to tbo oifeot
that Eskoralguu, Chief of tbn Aravlpas, and
Cbtof Baguio bavo warned tbo whites to ieuvo tbo
valley or prepare to defend themselves, that
something was wroag with tbo Indians on tbo res
ervations. liotbof tboCbiofsnro warm friends to
tbo whites. Yesterday afternoon tbo engineer
of tbo freight train coming west was surprised
at tbo sudden appearance of a largo body of
mounted Indians near Wiina, west of Aago.
for about four miles. Ho opened tbo throttle
vnlvo and sped away. Ho did not know whether
tboy wero armed or not. (to calculated tbo num
ber at IW. Tbo bund scattered when Inst soon,
part of tbom going north, and the remainder
Foutb. Ho encountered another largo baud
about eight miles west of fWIRoox. These did
not show any disposition to trouble tbo train.
Reports from Rowlo Btatlon aro that u band
Jumped a ranch twelve miles south of Howie,
and it was soon <o burn. Tbpre aro about fifty
men at Uowlp, but only four guns. Tboy bavo
modo fortifications of the Government's baled
bay, of which there is a largo quantity there.
Last night
woro scon in tbo mountains bath north and
south of Uowlo Btntlon, which woro kept in act
vo operation for several hours. If those re
ports ba true, there is no doubt but that those
aro Mesouioro bands moving out of Sonora and
Chihuahua north to aid tbo White Mountain In
dians. Copt. M. H. Stacey, Twelfth iufautry,
and Capt. A. T. Smith, Eighth Infantry, with
two scouts and seventy enlisted mon from Fort
Yuma, passed through hero for Thomas at 4 p.
m.. Tboy will tnarph slxty-Uvo miles from Will
with sixty enlisted moa of tbo Sixth Cavalry,
loft Lowell for Thomas, and guoa via old Fort
Grant to observe tbo movements of tbo Indian*
on tbo Lower Ban Fodro. If half tbo reports
aro truo there is fear of tronoral uprising of tbo
Apache Nation, wblob moans a war of cxtorm|.
nation. Up to this hour (« p. ui.) npiblng furtbor
is learned In confirmation or otborwiso from tbo
scones of tbo massacre. All of tho women and
children aro being moved from Thomas to
G rant. Fifty cavalry have boon ordered from tbo
Department of tbo Platte. This Is an old In*
diun-figbtlng regiment of Arizona. Tbo report
gives much satisfaction hero, Indians with
Government carbines tbo same as used by
scouts were scon near FortQuwlo yesterday.
They have bad time to roftpb that point since
tho massacre.
Eighth infantry, leaves Ban Francisco tomorrow
morning with BUD raenjona special train for
Arizona. Ho will go through as fast us possible.
These troops are veteran Indian fighters. Tbo
First Cavalry is tpuob scattered on tbo coast, but
have been ordered to Arizona, and will bo sent
south as soon os possible. 1110 Fourth Artillery
Is ready for marching, but will nut bo sent until
positively needed. Army olllcors hero familiar
With tbo {Southern imUans agree tbat a general
rising of Arizona and Now Mexico tribes Is Im
minent, If pot already realized.
iivrour(Mvi</ lb*Bui* *yaiwt*cotVWowlcis. •.
Tucaox, Arizonan Bept, IL—All reports today
oDDbrw tbo massacre of Col. Carr and bis entire
(uroo of 114 men and olUcero. Couriers con
tinued lo arrive at Camps Grunt and Thomas
throughout tbo day, and they nit tell about tbo
#nmo story: That Col. Carr and all his men
were killed by tho treachery of bis scouts.
They turned traitor at tho very beginning of
tho allray, nud fired on his owu troops; Thu
country where tho massacre took piaco Is cutup
with deep gorges and basalt eaflons, the'whole
covered wUh » thick growth of timber, niford*
Ing tho beat places for ambuscade. A handfulof
Indian sharpshooters could destroy a whole hhtt
tallon of Boldlora without exposing
Tho Inst Indian couriers who camo'ihsny tbo
place where tbo massacre took plhco Was Inn
narrow valley near tbo sldo of a cafion heavily
timbered.. Medicine men first fired,on Lieut.
Cruse, killing him Instantly. Col. Carr then
ordered his forces to lire on tho medicine men.
Tho scoula thou turned and
and a largo number of White Mountain Indians,
who were In ambush In another place, rose up
and fired at tbo troops, also showing clearly that
thoro was a previous understanding between tho
scouts and tho other Indians. It appears that
Col. Carr became bewildered after tho
scouts turned against him. The scouts and
White Mountain Indians, who now greatly
outnumbered tho surviving troops, advanced to
n hand fight, and soon completed the work they
already had far underway. As far ns known,
not a single man escaped. These reports are
all from friendly Indians, but tho commanding
officers at Cmmw Thomas and Grrtnt, who know
many of the Indians, place Implicit confidence
In them. A number of Indians who visited tho
field of tint tic camo through today, and tell about
tho same story, which goes to strengthen tho re
ports. It Is now feared that n much larger num
ber of Indians have or will Join tho outbreak
than at first thought,
. PF.imo,
a Chief of much sense and good Judgment,
who thoroughly understands tho strength of tho
whites, has gone an tho warpath against his wilt,
being urged on by his followers. Tho reinforce
ments ordered forward yesterday It was thought
would reach tbo battlefield today In time to
send out a con tier, but up to b! o’clock no tidings
had been received. Oon. Willcox Is going for
ward with all tbo forco at his command, and
will concentrate at Camps Apache and Urant at
tho earliest possible moment. If tho uprising Is
general. It Is not believed that the forco will
prove sufilclcnt to cupo with tbo Indians and
afford any adequate protection to tho settle
ments, which are widely scattered and much
exposed. A tnrgo force of volunteers could
bo easily raised from prospectors and miners,
who would make No. 1 fighters, if tbo Govern
ment could furnish ortns ami supplies. It will
bo Impossible to furnish n list of the Killed until
couriers arrive from tbo battlefield. Rskema
zlim, former head Chief, having settled down on
a farm,
ovortho Apaches. A number nf Apaches from
liOwor San I'odro, in Tucson today, say that
Nnlohex, who still wields groat Inlluonco, will
bo for ponces but tbe trouble will bo thattbo
well-disposed Chiefs cannot restrain tbe young
bucks, who become excited, and long to go on
tbe wnrpntb. The origin of tbe oxoilomentgrow
out of tbe hallucination of the medicine man,who
told the young warriors that bo oould raise de
parted Chiefs from tho grave. About n month
ago a baud of White Mountain Indians under a
Chief named Potonlc, who lived thirty miles
north of Camp Apache, killed a Chief named
Diablo, of the same tribe, on Ban Carlos Reser
vation. On receipt of tho nows of bis death bis
band, accompanied by Agency police, started to
Camp Apache to avenge bis death. They found
Polonlo and band camped In a strong position
on Bblto Creek, and could not dislodge them.
Fotonie soon after was killed In a quarrel with a
incuiborof another band. •
A IHfKT. • }
occurred between two chiefs of different bonds
of tbe same tribe. Uotb worn killed. Those
wore the bravos tho mcdlalno men pretended
they could raise from tho dead, load them on to
victory, andUrlvotbo whites from tho country.
Col. Carr was attempting to arrest a mediulno
man, under orders from flon, Wllloox, by the
name of Nock-Av-Dlt-Khn-Nn, whop flred
upon by tbe scouts. Mexican authorities on the
border have been notified of tho outbreak, and
buvo expressed a willingness to do all In their
power to assist In snpurcssmg tho Indians. They
are all well aware that, If there Is a general up
rising of Apaoltcs, they will Immediately break
for Mexico, and that they will sdlfer as much us
tho Americans. Mrs. Carr Is at Camp Apache.
The same guns that made her u widow rendered •
her childless. Her young son, who bad lately re- •
turned from tbo Hast, where bo bad boon at
school, was with bis father and was killed.
Bo far ns known tho following is a correct list
oftho ollloors killed:
Gun. Kugonu A. Carr,
Capt. E. C. Huntlg,
Lieut. Onrlcr.
Limit. Charles G. Qordoiw
Lieut. William Stanton,
Lieut. Thomas Cruse.-
,l)r. McCraery,
Clark Carr, aged 15, son of Gon. parr.
Srretat DUpaUh ta TM Chicago Tribune,
Ban Francisco, Bept. 4.—A dispatch from
KlPuao today says: "Tboro is reliable lulonna-
Unn today of ibo killing of two Americans and
throe Mexicans by Apaobos early In tbo week at
F.ngloSprings, 100 miles southeast. Tbo Indians
crossed tbo Uio Grande far tbo Candelaria
Mountains, Mexico. Moxioon troops, under Col.
Torrazos, aro pursuing."
Col. Volkmnr received In this city at 4 o'clock
yesterday morning the same dispatches from
Gen. McDowell which worc-publlsbcd in The
Timius'B yesterday. They confirm, tbo reports
of Ibo massacre of Gen, Carr and tbo cavalry,
but leave tbo capture of tbo post stlllTu doubt,
(ion. Bhcridun was beard from yesterday, but bo
bad not received tbo nows of tbo fight, being oqtbo
Union Pnulflo Railroad on bis way homo. Ho
was telegraphed to yesterday, and will probably
bo in the city tomorrow qr Wednesday.
Although tbo scene of tbo massacre is not in bis
district, it Is more than probable that tbo troops
from tbo posts In New Mexico will bo ordered to
coflporato In surrounding tbo Whlto Mountain
Apaches, who aro very near tbo border, it
will take n long while to got any largo force
of troops to tbo relief of Uio belcagured post.
Troops will be sent by railroad from Yuma and
McDowell toTucson, and (banco by Camp Grunt
totbosconuor tbo light, a narrow and dllllault
mountain trail saw miles long, through a section
of coqmry almost Impassable, whoro, also, tbo
command will have to move with tbo greatest
euro to avoid ambuscades. Pedro, tbo Apache
Chief, Is reported to bo In possession ot
tbo unrrow oiiDon, which is tbo only wvall
fbla puss lending to Apaclio from tbp
outh. There, with n few men, bp
cmild defy un army, and it Is highly probable
that the light will po kept up fur mouths. Army
oilleem here too* with appruUuusioa on tbo re
ported trcmihurynf too enlisted Indian scouts,
as their action would seem |o Indicate that the
hustllus had concerted u general uprising.' Bent
tered through Arizona are tbousundsof Indians,
and if they over succeed in concentrating their
forces there will be bloody work around the un
protected mining camps throughout tbo Terri
St. Louts, Mo., Sept. 4.—Frank O. Hopkins Sc
Co., wholesale dealers in drear ms at St. Joseph,
Mo., buvo made on assignment. Tbo Parker
Gun Company of Hprlngllold, Muss., and John
C. Moore & Huns, ul New York, am among tbo
creditors, it Is ozpuetod that the assets will
satisfy nearly all tho liabilities n
What llpeaiiie of »
bunion Sutuniau Uti'Uiv.
Tho " labor question " ana the question of tax
a tlon aro tho great practical problems yf Fljiau
life. It Is not easy to ucortaiu how fur " black
blrdlng " or cuoley-slcalmg prevailed before tbo
annexation. Air. Cooper's own accounts of tbo
matter seem rather inconsistent. At present
the Governor duos bis best to aecuro tbo return
of Iminnied laborers to tbplr bmqu* when their
term lias expired, Mr. Cuopor thinks tbat those
half-civilized returned emigrants raise tbo moral
tonuoftboirneighbors.. Ills curtain that tbo
Hulumon islanders seem to buyu become rather
mom than less savage durliur recent rears.
An amusing story is told of (tn Imported Poly*
netlau nurse who returned tuber own people
after she bad served bur time. A e recruiting
agent'! met her, and asked bur if she would returp
, "Weil." said tbo girl, M Hlko U, butt don’t
know if my pa will let mu go."
"Qb, I see: tbo old folks live hero. eb?’<
"My pa Uvea hero, but urn's dead."
e Ob, now did tbo old lady Ule'f"
" ti cntlcmsu epmo visiting, and pa gets Jealous:
so bo fight and hill ina, then be put Her iu a lovp
(or oven), and pa and his friends oat poor am aU
A Warufug.
~ Tho following advertisement appoiri IriT'o
South African .paper: "Notice—Ministers and
magistrates aro respectfully requested not to
Roturn of 'itlio' Hon. William Mi
Evarte, Delegate to tlio Mon
etary Conference.
Itc.Tlilnlra n Great Advance To-'
wards a Double Standard
- ; ,Hns llcen Made.
Great Britain and Germany Agreed
npon the Advisability of Its
Return the American
BllliarACHampion, from
Spfdal DttpuUh to Vh« CTlffdtfr; Tr.'lmne. * ,
Nkw VouKjiept. 4.—The . lion. William .M.
Gvnrts returned to tho United ifthtes yestordhy,
reaching tho city to-day. after •h .absenco'-or
about llvo months In Ruropo, whcro'Ua bus hi£m
olllolatly ns a delegate of tho United Htatesito
tho International Monetary Conforonao.". 80,
looks very much improved in health slnco 'fils,
departure, and has entirely lost tho appearance*
of enro and fatlguo which ho wore when leaving
tho State Department. Concerning the results!
of tho labors of Ibo conference, .Mr.s
. Rvarts says that a groat. advance tins 1
been made os compared with . tho ,results
accomplished by tho conference of ISTB.
In that nssurablngo the Great Powers wore.very i
reserved, or wore wholly unrepresented, Now*
tho principal countries of Ruropo, Including
Germany and Great Ilrltain, both of which Held
aloof In IKB, aro generally agreed upon tho ad*
vlsablilty of \
or commercial values. Ho far ns India wns con*
corned, which is tho groat sliver interest or Kn*
gland, there wnseonslderablo freedom and con*
bldorablo active participation shown by tbo
delegates, •• Tho position of tbo United States
is well kaufrn and understood now in
Europe,” remarked Mr, Evarta. “ Our In*
tei*est Is solely in vioiV of onr actual
and expected participation in tbo free com
merce of tbo world; Wo desire that tbo money
of International commerce shall bo upon tbo
basowbiob loaves commerce in such a position
that it shall not bo embarrassed by tbo two
buses—silver and, gold—interfering with one
another. In other Words, wo dcsiro to mako tbo
metals international money." In reply to an
Inquiry whether there would bo disadvantages
encountered from the making of silver a
standard, Mr. Bvarts said: “No, I think not.
Tbo only criticism has been that it wns Impossi
ble of accomplishment. Uut 1 think
in tbo belief that if tbo groat nations, snob ns
France, Germany, and England, would under
take It other nations would follow their load,
and the result sought would bo accomplished.
1 think it has also boon made apparent that tbo
United States had no particular and selfish In
terest, growing , merely nut of Its great silver
production, and the greater oaso with which it
might therewith pay its debts, but rather that
wo desire this assimilation of valups In tbo In
terest of commerce. I think It Is con
ceded, or In n largo degree rccog-
Clzed, that the United States was
etter able to take care of Itself In either alter
native than any other nation in tbo world. As
to the expediency and advisability of agreeing
an and accepting a double standard, concur
rence of action has not yet been secured, but
of tbo principal commercial nations that It is
extremely desirable that there should be u fixed
■ratio established between silver and gold, and
that tho concerted action of tho notions will se
cure such a result, Tho groat drawback to Bn
f lood and German) associating tbemsulvesin this
ntcrmitlonal movnmont was duo to tbolr fears
of a possible disturbance or tbelr domestic oa
.tubllehinentof a tingle basis, and undoubtedly
tho fooling was cherished with a greater or less
confidence on thojrpurt that tho United Btutps
and France would undertake tbo service aud
accomplish tho object fur England and Germany
without disturbance of-their domestic basis,
There was an impression at tho outset aC tho
conference of 1878 that tho United Btulcs, ns a
great silver producing country, and as a coun
try having a very large public debt whioh might
ut nay time became payable In specie, would
havo u greater Interest in desiring tbo cheaper
metal to bo
Thru scarcely exists nosy. Throe years ago,
too, tbo conference canto ton close In tbo gonw
oral opinion of ull imtlons hut ours that the re*
drcsalng-of the disordered biilaucos between (ho
Iwotnoials would havo to bo loft- (orate or to
to tbo Individual nation of cadi nation, each tol-'
lowing from Its own poller tbo oountcr-poiloy
and opinion of tbo United States there dismayed.
That those disordered balances must uo ro
ilrcsscd or that greater disorder would
ensue wo consider to bavo been special
ly vindicated before tbo conferonco of this*
year, (n adjourning to another time, instead of
terminating our :dollburuttone, wo generally
agreed In feeling tuiU a stage bud bann reached
In exciting tbo attention of tbo dlifcrunt nations,
furnishing them tbo means of debating the
question, which in tbo interval mlghtbo occu
pied by thorn either In (direct diplomatic corre
spondence on tbo subject or in Buchldlscijsstpu
in Congress or in Parliament, or in tuo general
channels of public opinion.
Wo also thought it would be felt and under
stood everywhere that so great a question and
transaction as tbo establishment of an Inter
national money of both metals was a tusk that
should nut, unq could not. be completed in any
brief consideration of tbo subject." In re
ferring' to the’ attempt on the life of
President Garfield, Mr. Evans said that
news, apparently authentic, reached Paris on
Sunday, July 3. that the Prcsiucut wqs dead. In
that case tbo American delegates would nut
hi|vo been expected to attend tbo Hossion on
Monday, and they were Informed that there
would bo no session of the conference held in
consequence of tbo (tad news received. Later in
tbo day tbo report was corrected, and tbo great
est interest and sympathy wore evinced by tbo
other delegates and all tbo governments.
Special UltpaUh ta Hu Chicago Tribune.
New Yoiik, Sept. 4.—George P. Hlosson, thp
American billiard champion, arrived In tbo oily
(bis morning, having reached quarantine on
Saturday night in tbo steamer City of llorllq.
Ho spent four months abroad, and looks now Ip
bettor health than at any time during tbo post
Itvo years. Ho went first to London, and tbonep
to Paris, and after a sojourn thoro vtsltod Aus
tria, Germany, and Holland. In reference tp
billiards, blosson bad but little to.say.'.Hp
abandoned negotiations for a mutch with
Vlgnaux, because tbo latter, as usual, in
sisted upon bulng conceded tbo ulMinnor
taut details of' tbo obolco of referee, and
named Qlbolln, to wboso singular decision at
tbo groat crisis of the game Is cbluiiy attribut
able tiloaon’s defeat In tbo mumurablo Decem
ber match. The American wished Luolou Pilot
tooillclutc, as be Is as nearly Impartial as?it
seems possible for > ,r
tobe.butVlgonux would noU U appears, con
sent to this selection. >Bloi*ou says if bobaefur
plays Vlgnaux, oomopttngto allow a referee of
viguauxsseloullou to«w (hut bis (Hcbaoier'a)
defeat will bo. a foregone conclusion. Hot
spooling ' (bo "Prqdub cbnmplou's play!
Ing. Hlosson -said' that it is stlir rot
markable, but Tbat' bo did not onto any
improvomout slooo be vlfyod him lust. Ho be*
levas that VlgipiUx will visit this country, but
aof tbo opinion that no will not come over be -
fore next December or Jauuury. Ho expects to
bo abio to induce Viguaux to pluy two nmtobos
with him, ttotwltnstandtug tbo fultiiro of bis
recent iiugoliuiious fpr u UiQqUog, Bpeakiog of
the movement
A TOVm.VAME.>'T AT Cirsula.\ CAUI{p>IB
in this oily, Blossoq said bo hud uut yot bud time
to glvo tho mutter conaulcratUm, ami could pot
therefore say whether ho would outer or itpu
110 bus .brought home with him tuVuu cues
which uro gums of French manufacture, .U'bruo
of, Utpm uro painted, and alt uru tipped, with
Ivory at the point bolding the (ember- They
urommluof different colorod hard woods, and
In shape and bulnoeo uro perfection. .Tim'playi
orsayu that bo bntaoQUjrcdtho secret of put*
ting tips on puolli) the lame perfect manner as
tlinypiticti I7|)tf 14. . ,
T«B JIQK, P. BUliuilV OX fUE J’W
awrtai OUVOUk fh Th 4 (7UW« TTttUftfc " '
New Yoiik, ifippt. 3.—'|lm Hon. Samuel P,
Jlorioy, M.-l’ii'ilio or,lvwi Iknulbw ituv
uku, uul Is u^ J j’tuipiiUiKotJ<oY(Kjrt.Baia iq-
dnyancntiho promised tariff convention to
be held Chicago: “Iwlsh tlioro vras an ag
gressive policy on the part of Iho lUUIsli
(Invernment. I believe thoro ought to bu
free trade between England and Ainorlea,
and the beat possible arrangement for both
countries Is for you to feed us and allow us
In a small degree to help to clothe yon, that
wo plight bo the butter able to lncrcaso our
purchase of food, and tlion Uio more easily
to pay you for the food. 1 believe Uint
to Atncrlcnnjnanufuctnrorß would bo aeon*
tinned fostering up of their interests by a
high Inillf. The true secret of thosncees.s of
the English inannfnolimu's Is that they have
been thrown absolutely on their own re*
sources, and, instead of resting on a high
larlir, have had to find out every conceivable
method of Improving their machinery and
producing perfect goods. My hope is. In thn
event of ttie proposed convention at Chicago,
that many will bu found competent to
urge those views, viz: That It Is fertile best
Interest of America to admit, at the earliest
possible period, a freo-trndo policy. I be
lieve England and America ought to stand
out before the world as one Nation, and In
that relationship they have, I assure you, a
great mission.”
Xpttlat Dttpateh to The Chicago ZVltmnc.
Tokunto. Ont., Hcpu 4.—A1l tho professional
oarsmen In tho city aro hard nt work preparing
for tho groat race, and each one, no doubt, ex
pects n slice of tho prUo monoy, although somo
must be disappointed. Ton Ryako, of Peokskill,
N. J., arrived on Unturdny, and is slop
ping at linnian's Hotel. MacDonald, of
Ottawa, made his appearance on Saturday,
and housed his boat In tho premises of
tho Toronto flowing Club. All aro in good
health with tho exception of Hlley, ■ who was
suddenly taken 111 on Friday night, and on that
account will not probably bu able to mime much
of a allow on tho day of the race. .Ho is deter
mined, liowovcr, to row. In .tho betting
Itoss Is | rapidly commg to thu front,
tunny being of the opinion that Hanlon Is
not nt Iho present time In trim to row. Trick
ottMs in rim Hi trim and rowing very fust, Uls
nultollkoiyho will tuko (him plnco or bolter.
Tho nextionndldatc for public favor Is Juko
Omfdaur.nvhuso reputation as nn oarsman Is
not vet Ins well established ns those
already named. There are others who give
a knowing wink ami predict that Courtney
will surpriHu tlie whole of thorn. Charlie Is cer
tainly rowing well, and if bo can only keep up
his courage ho will give a good aoenunt of him
self. Of tho remainder of tho men, Hosmor Is
umpiostiomibiy tho fastest. Thoro aro somo
crows training-for donate scdlls, ns well as ono
or two fours, but -the majority of thorn aro not
yet arranged, c
Bvteiat DUvMcf, 'o The Chicago Tribune.
Montukal, Qge., Sept. 4.—AcollisUm occurred
this morning between two freight-trains on tbo
Grand Trunk Hallway near Luchino, a village
about nine mile? west of this olty, by which
tweivo cars (ipstdos tbo locomotives wero
smashed Into fragments, Fortunately no lives
were lost, but Conductor La Itose got one nr his
arms fractured and both Jogs severely bruised
by lumping olf; iTho onglneora ana firemen
usoupod by jumping for their lives. The cause
of tbo accident isoa present unknown.
Spfdal OUtadk lo TTi* Chltago Triton*.
Hamilton, Ont, n Alox.T. Galt,
High Commissioner from Canada to Koglaiid,
has cabled from London to John Bmlth, Emi
grant Agent of this city, to purchase a farm for
ouo of the English delegates who lately visited
the Province, the price to be SiI,UOJ.
Soir-I>RMlrur|lpn of u Young Tutor
While Temporarily Insane-Grief of
the Vutnlly In , Wit oho ISmploy lie
Was—Torn by Hogs—Jumped into un
Open Seiver.
Special Dlrpalth to TTi* Chicago 7Wbun«.
S.miatocia, N. Y„ Hept. 4.—Elj Bailer, of Mon
dim, Wls., employed as a tutor In the family of
Charles L. Colby, of* Milwaukee, stopping at the
United Slates Hotel, bus not'bceu seep p(t|uo
about 4 o'clock lost Friday afternoon, and Mr,
Colby fears that the young man, who is about 18
years of nge, bus boon foully dealt with or sud
denly nfilieted* with, temporary'pioptai altera
tion, and has wandered to Roind unfre<jo9pto<]
place and died from exposure, Telegraphic
descriptions of young . bailor hayo boon
Bent to ovary lawn mid hamlet through
out tills soqtiop, and tbo detectives are
searching In, every possible direction. Balter
ws employed as n tutor for Mr. Colby's two sons,
Howard A, and Hvcrctt Cnlbj’, who wore very
much attached to him. Ho bus been In the
service of Mr. Colby about six weeks, and had
been recommended to him by Dr. Jewett, of
Milwaukee, one of the trustees of the academy
Where Halter bud passed a sueeostffui course of
study. Suiter It) tbo son of a widowed mother
ip straitened circumstances, pud is spoken of
ns remarkably bright, inclined, and
of an oxlromly retiring disposition. Mr,
Colby has already, by telegraph notified
Dr. Jewett of Bailer’s struugo disappearance.
,Tho Colby family ‘are very much concerned
about him. Ho Joined them at Milwaukee, mid
as a member of the faintly dnnjo East id Now
> ork about six weeks ago, Where, after remain
ing a few days, they proceeded to Now London,
Conn., StoppinglUlfm I'erptot Umiao till Mon
day lasi, when they loft for Haratbga, arriving
here on the following day. Young. Baiter had
Worked very hard to scopr? on education, and It
;was Mr. Colby's purpose to assist him through
college. A low, months since ho ntiomlud
tho academy tit itcuvor Dam, Wls., mul
while there studied so bard that he has
at times Moon troubled with insomnia, which
Mr-Colby fours ipuybuvo temporarily adorned
hishroln. Ho was receiving good wages in bis
now position, mid ha never complained of any
thing, except thdt the strata »f society in which
ho was now thrown and brought Ip contact with
was far above tho humble condition in whioh ho
win raised, and that It made him yearn for his
prairie home. Homo of tho detectives'iiru'uf iho
opinion that sailor had become thoroughly
homesick, iirul/ toodlllldenl to make his ease
known to Mr.-Colby, has suddenly convolved
mid put Into opbratlou the projector going hack
uhmo to Wisconsin to see ids mother. He mul
only abbot SJJ m money In h|s possession, and if
Ihq dolpctlvcs' • theory Is currcet.lt will tnko
young Balter some t(mu to work hU way buck to
Wisconsin, I.DJO miles distant. ,
Latbu—AholU iTu'oluok tonight two young
boj*9, while rowipg in the vicinity of the frank
Leslie dock at Bundoga Li\ko, discovereda body
tloating In tho water, and at once communicated
ihofuettothp police, From pnpars found on
the body It was known to pu that or Balter, who
undoubtedly while temporarily lusauo wandered
to the lake, four miles distant t ram this place,
and committed suicide, fho remainit have been
brought lit and an imnmst wilt l>y hold. The
body will bo taken to Wisconsin for Interment,
Tho Colby- family had become' very tnnoh at
tached lo Baiter, and his death.
U will prove a crushing blow to the widowed
toother of the deceased.
Nprclot iJUartlth to The (,'kltaoo TYttam*.
OAtuo. III.; Bopl. i. —Hoverul hoys who wero
out getting pawpaws Just above the city yester
day uftermmn discovered l)to doepmpused body
of u man. Thu features were pot recognizable,
and the clothing was torn from his hotly, proba
bly by bogs, liy his able Was u largo revolver, u
soven-shootor, with oim phutpbur empty, A
hole in bis forehead mnUo by the pistol ball
“bowed thp ummmr of pis death, and leads many
to bullOvo that it was a case of 'duicldo. Buvcral
lOltow written In German wore found lying
loosely around tbo body, which gave the Infor
mation that his name was Uttonmn M- Hegel. of
Verdun, Germany, mid that hocatmiQvorio this
country tn IbTtl. Twq school gortlllcatoa showed
him to he u man of learning, and recommenda
tions from hardware dealers In Hwlchawu and
Uhoniiu gave him an excellent character, lie
left a father, mother, aud two sisters In Verdun.
Nothing further Is kpown of him. 11 T
.. SjMClal DbMfck la I/m VAlccm TVUmns, -
Kankas City; Mo., Hopt. 4.—Eurly this mbrplng
James Hughes, a Bgotehman, committed suicide
in this olty by plunging Into an open sower;
Hughes hud only boon in the country a few
months, and last week had an attack of malarial
Cover. It was whllp laboring under the eifeots
or tbo disease that ho escaped from His nurse
and Jumped into au open sewer near bis broth
er's bouse. ’ ' ■ •
vfAflinNaxoN. D.a, Bop*, wrho Third k«»
ttonatllauk of ChaciQUOu/a ootmuopeod tyusU
noss yesterday witi* a eapitpl /if f l» f ou).
Deputy Postmuater-aouoral. Grinin, of Chug*
da, Un# notified Post muster-General James that
additional measures Uavo boon taken for tbo
return of American mUll-bags. •'
up to tbo of business yesterday there
hud boon U.U49.U10 in couponf> pur cent bonds,
■timer the utkl cull, ami f Inrcgisteml
& P«r S? ut b °ndi, under the luitb call, received
at the Treasury for redemption. .
Srum (a Thl JVp» *nt,
Piitsbuho, p*., Hept, 4.-daup prey’BwUit
holm, a member of tho old phaluiu,
and who a few iuppihsugo became aoctivurt id
Ingcrsolllsui, delivered a Ovc-coluruu address
Vvfpre tho liberal U-agMU tpt* fl(|ert)ogg. in
which she tflfd to bo very sevtrv Christianity
and Christians In general. She said Bt. Paul was
a fraud and was chargeable with much of the cant
.of tho liny. Ho engrafted Judaism on tbo teach
ings of Christ In the shape In which ihoy havo
como down to ns. Hho denied Dmt tho Holy
Kook Vus Inspired by Uud. and thought tnnnuml
women would bo betterlf It imd never appeared.
Thorn win a slim attendance. Many nr Lady
Jimo’s aid friends think her mind Is failittflr. ami
unions doit I h umiirs to hnr relief before very
lung she will end hur days In an Insane asylum.
Lucinda, dearest, *nonth the bonding troo,
Stooping to hiss tho stream Umt laves Its foot,
I'll draw the bemt j and, thinking but of tboo,
Will Incheon cat.
Mark how tbo placid tldo flows smoothly by;
Note yonder bank nglnw with golden gorso;
’Tls Nature's spcolo-bank, Wbat'ala that plo?
Ugh I Steak, of course.
Hip life's sweet onp of Joy, love, In this spot:
For then no after-tame, no bitter dregs:
lis nectar. Kali I I'vo told you I cannot
Rat hard-boiled eggs.
Tho dappled shade of willow and of ash
Spreads o'er the verdant grass, fortbyiwoot
And love—tho salad-dressing's gone to smash,
And soaked the caucl
What? Hang It all I Kach «liy I speak In vain.
I.uoinda, this U shameful—only look I
No mustard on the sandwiebSHagulul
, . . .Discharge that eookl
—Loiuhm Punch,
A'ltpHlh If(l0lil(n&.
Ono of tho moat curious characteristics of
Iturlin society Is, that every iicrsoti belong
ing to it, except minmrrioU nud main
minors who have not nmtricidntcd at tho
university, has some sort of tl&io by which
he or shoexpucts to bo nddrcssotl, os well In
social parlance as upon the outLsldo of an
envelope. This quaint fashlan Is not
peculiar to thetlnrumn Capital; iit prevails
throughout tho Fatherland, and more
puncliilously observed In some of tibo South
orn provindul cities than in the inorc pro
saic mut practical Northern towhi. But it
makes a mom ludicrous impmsston upon tho
foreigner, perhaps, in Berlin Mian elsmvhorc,
because tho average intelligence of tbo mod
ern Athenians Is unquestionably of re higher
standard limn Umt of Huablan Xhnner
nicklcrs or Bavarian and
culture, many-sidedness, mid cosmopolitan
ism seem comically out of keeping Vvltli a
custom which is tho outcome of putty vhnlty
mid paltry ambition. Everyman you Moot
or have to do with In Uio everyday transac
tions of life, no matter whether ho belon,v to
tho upper, middle, or lower stratum of society,
Is endowed with a handle to ills imnio;.iatd
If you fall to use that handle which sticks oot
so prominently that Itcminotescnpo ypur no
tice, you may be sure Uiat Its owner will re
gard you with disfavor ami disdain, as ono
unacquainted with polite usages mid totally
forlorn of “Blldung.”* Thus, tho tradesman
who provides your family with its dally
broad.-should you find It necessary to ad
dress him remoustrotively upon tho subjects
of short wtdght or an overdose of
alum In your morning roll, Is sura to
tako oll'unsu unless ids full title of “Mr,
Master Bukor’Ms duly inscribed upon your
communication. If ho happen to bo ono of tbo
many privileged beings entitled by special
diploma to supply any member of the reign
ing family with plum-cakes or tops-aiul-but
toms, you will have to add tho prefix of “Ml*.
iloyalConil-J’arvoyor" to his more purely
professional predicate, or bravo his Justh*-
dignntlon. In its totality, mid expressed lit
the (jenimii Idiom, his tltlo will occupy two
lines of close writing; unloss, indeed, tho
honurllio distinction of u Conuunrulul Conn
cilorsldp shouhl have rewarded the excel-’
lenconf his crust mid crumb, In which enso
three lines wilt scarcely dusonbe him with
complete exhaustiveness. Bntstay; he may
ho a Town Counellm* to boot, if liu bo toler
ubly well olt mid disinterestedly minded to
medillein his fellow-citizens* affairs. Should
lids be so, you may readily cover tho entire
back of an envelope, with tho exception of
Uio small square space reserved In ono
corner for the postage stamp, with tho record
of Ids dignities; mul oven then it will be odds
Ml your haying omitted some essential
nr distinction.
. As I said ImfoTCf every body, from Prince to
peasant, from Duke to dustman, Ipis Ids title
and Insists upon. Its recognition. Whatever
U may be. It Is Invariably preceded by an In
troductory “Mr.” in Usolf a leveling and
democratic designation, Ilko the' Jmmcli
“Monsieur.” Tho highest ollluer In the array
saddressed us “Mr, Field Marshal”—the
lovyest ns “Mr. Corporal.” It is c«|iml|y the
correct tfdmt to sppgk of n nobleman >is t ' tho
Mr. Coniii,” or of u hangman us “tho Mr.
blmrp .Judge*’ (Sdutrfrlohtpr). If a private
person, living upon an Income derived from
landed property, happens to inok an absolute
distinctive title, liu must bo addressed, ac
cording to tlm nature of Ids territorial tenure,
us” Mr. Ureiil-Ji.statu*Proprietor” or “.Mr.
KnighPs-Estato-l'roprietor.” Should, how
ever. ids means bo in tho nature
of dividends upon Government stock,
railway scrip, etc,l Ids proper predicate
will bo Uontler,” which-may bo ren
dered in English “ilr. Income-Possessor.”
By that title, if lie bo your friend, ho will ex
pect to bo invited to your buiisp Uml to bo in
truducod tq your otl)cr guests. It does
not, however, convoy Itself by social con
vention to Ids wife, ns lines almost every
other class or professional predicate,
inis Is particularly hard on .the spouses
of some wealthy gentlemen who, hav
ing no special occupation, and hahig con
tent to abstain from the poriunmmco of any
public (unction whatsoever, arc, from tho
German social point of view, nobodius. It Is,
however, open to tho hotter half of such a
low-minded iinmmlly, satisfied wttli grovel
ing in obscure, nidioimred comfort, to stylo
herself “.Mrs. Private Person "—(Jernuiniuc,
I'nui Prlvaliere, a title which, to English
ears, has quite u romantic llavor of piracy,
luiturs of marque, burled treasure, mid tho
Spanish Ma n.
But little Joy ucoruos to tho well-regulated
Opniian fouiufo spill I'rnni tho right to sport
so tamely Imlellnlt a prellx us Frau Priva
tion*. Better bo “Mrs, Tribunal-Assessor,”
nr “Mrs. Mamifnctory-lnKpuetor,” than so
meek a thing as “Mrs. Private Person.”
How blissful, on the Other hand, are Uio
feelings of a right-minded, self-respecting
'leutoidc maiden wlio )s eqt{t|ed by the un
written laws of social cliquet to exact from
her dearest friends that t|ipy shall greet her
us “Mrs. upper Privy- Government Coiin-
S °h General Army AtuUUn'l”
lira Indies wbusu iiuabands belong to what Is
known in (lortnany us* Uio “Jloiioraiiorou”
class—that Is (6 say, a sort pf-;bUm4odofliUl
tnry, otlUdal, mid municipal 'lielrarahy,Con
sisting of persons holding rank of the high
er softs lu careers by the Stale,
mm about uquivaloup to Uio live Upper
categories of lira Uusslan Tcliln-are ac
custumud to picot wUll froijitpacy at cof
fee parties—aUifrnoon ulfalrs—given.. in
aucoosslnn by tlm fair planets of that par- •
tlcplnr bliJereqUystoni. At those gatherings,
some ftf wlilqii I liaye Irami Drlvllcged to at
lona In the character pf a hmrmlcsa and tol
erably respectable alien, a liberal education
in Uio nail umbered nuances of (iermnii titu
lar observance, as precise as they ore dell
calp, maybe rapidly acquired by one who Is
at once attentive and retentive. The ladles
are, ns a rule, extremely voluble am) perfect
ly up in the science of predicates; There Is
no fear that any of them will fall to accost
her neighbor with a oorrect recital of the ox
get o|||c|al style to wldch t|ie latter has a real
or honorary claim, or will condone any short
comings with respect to her own oilfcltil des
ignation. feumn cqliiuotrlbulto, t)id device
or Ura Black Eagle, is lira fumiamimtal urin
clplo underlying nil lira forms offi/cicoilrab
current In Uicse ijitorciiftngcs pf Jtdspitnllly
between Ura fair members ctr the llonarntlo
req caste. To every cyrtce and cnk« eon
sumliig danio full wut uunctllhm-i rec
oKjiUioquf her hierarchlcm equality and at
tributes— no mortf no ie.<y, mulur tenlblu
penalties of satirical poumicnt, severe re
proof, crush ingcomlcmnutlQU. and eveu-tbut
only in cases of hardened qllenuers—nbso
i lute ostracism. Prlvy-Cuunciioressea and
Coimclloresses likely to become i’rlvy hftrtl
together at the “ Kidree-tjeapllschafrcn ”; %
do Mrs. Colonels and Uuuteimiit-C'ohmeL.
'i here are dozens of sus|i social dlvUluiw,
onclumidly jealous Of tbomio just above It,
and yearning fur promotion to a higher strat
um. Certain Ireu-Eunccs, mostly young of
the male persuasion, are tolerated in three
or four se;s simultaneously, perhaps foraomo
aueelaldl verting euPueity, perhapsonnccouiit
of some abuoauul uunltilcatlon in Ura wuj ot
birth or clilciul family connections. They
, usually carry gossip and Hcandal from one
circle to mioUier, widare put Jhrough their
facings by the “leadlim ladles” of each sev
eral clique with uupalluig rigor and cross-ex
aralulnglnpuuUy worthyof urauld Bnlley ’
In its palpilcsl HaUuntino days.
t Tup passion for titles Is iso deeply roqtml In
the German nature Uud death Itself avails
not to extirpate it—at least Horn the breasts
of Borrowing survlvnMn!
relatives of a .decoiuoii 1 10 '"m* S
irmlesmaii, nr otwrallvu-,"" ll tier?
<lrl-or—whether or hot the rioii"' 1 fmiii'.
»ato preilicalu hv whlu li p
ijeslgimto hlmselT H,ir,„!' if, 'i him Vi
(llstracleit urh should 1 S I SVj , ,‘ llr n in l|,o
Ills tombstone after Ui>.m 1 flll lrraveii
ouslv sot forth In Ilio „ "r is,; 1 "
io'" 1 *? In tho •• ™U( lih
IMsimtch” eolmos of IhoVlnii f puc
It ilons matter, however ml "‘T'Mpcr
that, as limy ho couchulv" v a d S 1U(1 'lraui
hy till) following mlvortlseme ff." ,lr, l«il
enormous ami (trimly huim ST? 1111 mmi
self an limxhaustlhlif «o “S “■ In It
.to tho Inlolllircnt slraiiaor «■ i.n “'.'."'''nmii
man irntos—ivliluli itranslam in ' Umiier.
tfio original. published l iaK l ', t!, ,“ u >'lmin
lending liorlln Journal; “ roce "t Issue of ■
tho Isiri I tho'wldSmodjir? ,»ottlj In
Sweep Pumpkin, born lt«an? 31 i5;,F llta n‘P
eml was Poaeol Tho "'w. Her
arc loft buliltul.r* "°nrniug ones who
„ ®OG SOUI*,
Tbmafo aiobr'i n a i r „
About 1200 able-bodied Ojfc?'"-
collected ycstorclny on n llttlu Lm. ™ ■* en
conslltules the fnvorlt cumidngTro,' , s ch
tho Narrows, and, of “•* «
resent n total population present of nfl)
not less than COO souls, tSL ' , *" 11
Ilian eighteen chiefs present mid mo
tlioro was a larco I,d f,? n WUler
gathering. Four dogs tll | ,cS l? bla
ho sncrlllccd two black, mm
and ono a sort of grlw.iod ’
white breast and paws! Ahirgj c'lrclo'w* ’
formed, containing some eighty ™ ini. “
a>.d within this sat JUawlndffiSw'S '?•
Not fat from where ho sat we o tm In t
drums, with about ten Players for mch S
hind tliesn sat sovurnl souaws asslsthivi, r
singing, wh oh was carried sro? 11 tl "
from time to time. One attiPr „ei?l' ro,Bl »
for as MawliidohonoiSl nffl Sfi
HBSrX "S'i S
jlnlshod Indian clubs. As sooii ns^ih I'll- 1 '
killed ho was thrown on »tfre“lffi «£
circle and allowed to remain there nil nil i,i?
hair was horned olf, mid the hid" fhl„ ,
mid rolled no in black, crisp wr nklrs ia
was then taken olt the lire his entrails 111
moved, and the carcass, with the e 11,la
skin remaining on It, cut up In pIwSL,
thrown into a Ruga cnuimkel In m hoi? ii
soon ns tho tint dog hud been cocikcllth.
meat wasllshcd out of tlm kettle, puth of!
pall, mid carried Into tlm ring a o fg with
some very liidlirereiit preparation. "S i 1
courtesy “bread” among the re I men inn
very closely resembling what tho voramiJi
used to cull “death bulls.” °)*»Bcub
AVheh all this Imd been done Mnwlinlobon.
esse selected rather fashionably s uS
' l lr /, noKlng young pagans, whose prind’
pal Imhlllinents ounslstoiT of hroechelmit,
and girdles of eaglu feathers, and plac-ek
Uiom nt what were supposed to be tK
tninees on opposlt miles of the circle Ti e
med cine imm then approached the plate of
meat ami illsh of bread, and, after hlwlm
jilinself almost to tile ground over them sev*
end times, ho danced around them to Uio
iniislo of Ule drums. After this tho “deotli
bulls ’ and dog moat were passed around,
hut bofiiru any man ■ had lasted his ono
lion tho mcillclnn man went to cadi
doorkeeper, mid breaking a piece olf each
one a bread foil it to him. Tho doorkeepers
then ilaiicod around tho fond that was left In
tho dishes, and then went around to Hie
chiefs, funding each with his own brand or
meal. Just us tliey Imd boon fed’ Uy tho moll
chin nmn. Tho foust was now fairly began,
mul dancing hccamo gem;nil. After a dins
the I eg soup, or tho water In which tho dog
Imd been boiled, was brought In and served
out, most of the men and women drinking It
with tlm knencst rolleh. It was a noticeable
fact, however, that some of the younger
mnmhein of tho hand, belli male and female,
declined to tasto either Urn dog meal or tho
Uog soup. There were only a very few, how.
ever, oven among tho young people, who ate
inmrcd to hp nt nil fastidious about It.
Sur<m«(ja UUir.
The rage for ml shows no signs of abate*
mont during the dog days, ami tho hotter the
day the more turkey-red and crimson dresses
are to bo scon. Bold colors {uul tiiiaiuious
combinations Umt would have stamped Uio
wearer as Insane a. few years ago now rule.
Every style and complexion pleases Itself
with a raging garment, and turkey-red cat
tons that were once tolerated ns a vagary fit
for Ml. Desert uro now sent over by French
dressmakers covered with embroidery and
luce runies, and combined with every Imag
inable color. A bit ot red ribbon on a bluo
dress, or blue ribbon on a red dross, give
sometimes a happy touch of color; but
un overdress of blue veiling mid a turkey-red
skirt are glaring and angry masses Umt few
eyes cun look on. Hardly any costume
escapes the touch uf rod, mid what with tho
flashes, Ura silk stockings, mid mils Umt go
with tho dresses, they are bound to he bright
onud with It some way. A Into fancy has
been tho use of silk pompons ns hair orna
ments. A cretonne ran with Imsc lluwcii
on ono sldoj and a plain surface uf red .satin
on lira other, mounted on olive-wood sticks,
is tho great fancy, and such a onu was waved
tho other morning by the lady who has tho
credit of owning mid wearing tho mast
diamonds In Saratoga. The dress of
Uiq liuly quite us ultra fash
ionable ns her fan, consisting of a
French cretonne, with huge mm brilliant
peonies the size of a dlancr-plute outlined on
a background. A basque of clescly-shlm'd
red surah surmounted lira wonderful peony
skirts, mid abundant lace rutiles relieved Ufa
costume slightly. Tlm people garni after
tlie llgure, as well they might, hut Uio lady
lifted up her expensive dress amt walked yif
under the shadoof her umbrtdla. wholly un
concerned. AVheik tliirtenviocl wnniatt, wlio.e
costumes are beyond counting, appears in ah
hdr jewels a qillot little mmi Is seen to con
tinually shadow her footsteps, entering a
room when she outers, and following in*
closely through lira gardens, ami along }W
erowdod'fltreols at Might. To'ldm is continud
the lady mid hur jewels.
It lionr* a \Var|lKo Appoaran t, °“^ ,,u^
VoCernu* Expected la ArrJv« Tad«y.
Spuial JHtpatAh la Ths Chic-m TVi»"R*.
Qr,po^i{iQTO r x, 111., fiopt.4.—Uaiup Vales, IM
ommraprappl.of llmHaoond Brigade, I. K. ”•<
Whlpp.(lq!i fflitdn pi© city lhun»of timnurtborn
town.' tonight boars a warlike ttinwurrtin***.
rows of whltq tents aro pimped uaranif ‘bo wm
niiti and oaks of tbo ploasuni grove, wtup-ihej
gleam in tbo darkness, and gimrdi trump ‘o “ n 'J
fro.' Tbo’ gdhs and equipments of nailery lk"t
Bprl’iiglluld, uro upon tbo ground, uml tko nu u
will urrivb tomorrow, Ccd. Mllls. or H l ,r ' u *f I l i , lAA
U ollluer of the day. At Camp \ m.e-s “vf..
falr-grmuuls, where tho vuioruni will
cotikmg is dope hi barrels, into whieb .
Ilirdwn from movable boilers, 'loulghti.urs
companies of mhlila aro expected, amJ l ’>
morrow night nearly all ot Iho Hootnul
will bo hero, and portions or other ‘
Votcnips will arrive tomorrow and “ 1 ‘.'l >
innrnmg. Tholr oiuniilug-vroiimls m n > ”
shaken up hy tbo sadden hurricane c>r iu*‘ «'P*
but h largo force of men today put ‘bow W
Naw Ai.uanv, I lid., Hopt
eighty miles out on tho Uhleag** llullroad. a _
aster occurred last night which only by a m
dermis chance fulled p>ra«nlt ln «ay l
or great personal Injury. T|«e
duo boro at Ostft was turnlug ‘ho ho"' l *J
track at a snpodof thirty udlofl im J u)^ r ; i|| .
all at.yppe baggage-ear Jumped ‘h*J «
taking along with It mo sHiosmg eoaca| j
plunged for lift/ Vsrds on ‘
uu emu,mkmwit forty feet high. J•“» "„(„,
rcoognfzliig rho danger o tho ” « r , , r arw«
nut On tnctriUtcam, mul “ u<ce4 ,\‘~ ‘ ,k ..i-irsnd
loose (bo coupling between ‘ho fMJJh' Uvmg
tho co«ch neat hi fnmt of it, W yl r mo
only the bnggage-cur aud 'H'-r y wnl(J
track.- 1 Ttjoso two ears fm ‘m" l,l ' or me
to a 'stauqstlll wlthimt going ....t/ovi-fi
They boib turned h*“ lini/l . rt
inwo\’vSvaod'!tho 'mailing oU ' r^. a ,hu!r l''U fr" 111
who were on (bom bad to
the wreck through tho windows. Voriuiw
nobody yfy acripusiy injured.
' Not ilcaUliy.
A ratnorVoody ImiitUiytuiUjwor cmuo jJ'JJ
ranmutoiifcoa AusUu tivuuuu. «“ Jch.M
pjvprlmor,/)Wliat du you ***[i^A va
loor«4»k..w«U 4|oue wliuqulu iii' r:,.U«J
cwntSTMVAuu U»g H mvy/ v i HD;,
*UJU)tail fucino grayy. '°h.,7?r« r o >
you Ji**i brtuJ;..
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