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THKI'JUllQSJ; "TgjKSJLJKY, SEPTEMBKK i2; 1893: FOREIGN MARKETS. NEW YORK BTOOC EXCHANGE. .New York. Sept. II to to - o txteol amuk th Jrwteh BolUaja aod ret - eeoa I'ntra of kom Uediat a&eeaUn, Th dsis matcttoM In Bated (Cock U.ref .ed abcmt JO7.W0 item, fairly tUtrtbtaWd. TV vaarket eipreaaed lu dlear alt.t at ths Katikt eoaaal rmrt aa cabled oa retarday crtwalBg. t.V - wcy Wag further stimulated by lb ! ee.Bg f UIoAhi m LmOm aoec - aat, Aaethee feet tWprree - l tt whole U - upr trot the iUrcrhl Oorera - tarnt frcp rrp - ft Ui.r - 1 late ea 8atar0y, "1 en.'; U poor cdIUo of the ataix nop. Boat we a a - wt IlsrUagtons and Ateciaoae, the Ultit Mac edd - tlc - netT tUprtewd y the poor - kly muwd of eerrJug. TU d2li antU4 until 't'wut n - oa. u ft ruddea taxing of lit - through ' the tn(in market muXrJ frets a " Ufl raovetaeat la eagsr. which .., ui U taav bee, start! lt"itCn, anJ lifted tha ITto about tpjata. Xlwr - UU fectore deVeiorad. tueh fvaU - th tavarU. f j time awq, larger offering of ooan - .ral iukt, th rro of. gol - l five I nam, aad Washington diaUha ta'.i - f Uui th 4arvitioe.i,ls oa iJn SJrcr Ue r sot lUty t Uil out aa long a ted I; at - tJelrird. Il wis toan.1 11 - - 4 larr were very frwttgala for sale wbe - i the'" bean aUp.d to cover; The eotlrtllatric - ved upward In unison aft a large line ot Milwaukee had Iwett elworbed. thee Seriate being part! taken for We rra axouut. Tb etrtrt " u much mixed oter tte M Jaaake UlmM. tt it Uial that otar tUWCUOOof It. 8dU( CU taa Urn retir4 uc lLa rod of U 6.J Tb ) aU4 trm. viu U a'd'a'ac bM iuJmU hXtar Ism UMai tra ! rt bI tto - lbl naiiUa 1 k - r i o cisi tn rail bmikj. ahnh tui toUjr lrn plarcil at 3 ta 4k, r crot. Tt Soiua it UU i)uXl ( VT teat, Lot U B.uck mor raiUf olXaibaK. 8traa( xctkaa U uuukU ilo l Inc. Ili foraaort fap. b0 Utjdaji i pcated ratbar hljbrr. Tt Xj - CgtiuaviUa of Um 'Oranai - tutaa baa to - day iv.nCal $33S,OU cnBaua. S; cUiktlue Wo trm, an vpaitni Ua&tnij. Tba cCviaJ atoca bn la atOl oubca. Uf tt Arra naJ to hint to - aj of ajf toiiiiOA. tt Dtrrctor f l. Unit4 Sutra Mict tat x,lJ XX.OM vcra at 5 4 awl haa UoJclcJ tba aaa pric for a f&r quantity. . Latt arrrk'a a:Ja4 all raU frrtitt tonnafa froa' Chicn aaiaactel U S2.300 lew, &&xut S3C9 in - tlr OorrMynSsg rck wat yr. Mr. Tfccaiat t. Tort. ti pmi4rat of Uk Nv Tork, Ontario a&J Wraurn Kailroav. U iAa cf m lUc crzt prraidcut cf it n JWnpany. TM foUorlrc ranilnii tart trn fViabl for Vta foarth k luutt : AUfcU - tw loprta, oJ aata '. 573.15J - 0r3a, tills. Ur tjraum. :.IX,0U dcar. fai.txi fur J Cnt rak of SiUcibct - Cfci;ot MUnauaer. utd be Paul, ytliOCO - ii.cTfa. JXAOCO. day UlTIB PUy & tb CUmco bultmU. Oeii&c f rm ml poiu aWaa, aX ! araaa rol raak daoiaad Iroca rrlaaia. Crru cpra4 trm at t to 10 pniuU ftd ratter. fnnbr hairvraj for a tia, faiat ran mj kaXr t " kuita raUin aa4 ikM4 ImtalM ttk krfrM 10 roiU blibrr U It poicU lorr. balaa. 2,CX Laa. nla. Uaalty fur Mai poaiUon. Th avxu U ItrMlliaa coSra at Snr Vor. BaiUaaera. ajad Kt - Urtiaaa aavcaat lo laOOQO ba. and Ua vanbooa UUrarUa U Il.C0a acaiiut ,0J0 aat 4iC ntcul7 WC itftlar. Cc - . TWjr. !. toir .fIWrS.Tii jW. Vs n 1 Ms t:s isjoJ is3 mi i aw in 8 . KM I'.X tiu is. s.a cC li.15 UC Ua, ll't HMO li - U 5 - z i Hv z I z z z z' CMb,. Bp4 abT otr fNbnjary Karea Aanl.. UJ - Juu July . BVOAMtrocf. tUl an lmr"' - dVaiaiul. acd raw c'oar l - lSc a4 Miamna4o Kc. kUbrr. UuaitnaUu, SScj r rwlrUuxaU Ji - Isc; rao4 traoalauJ. 6 UCc . TUAbaatiui(Laai4talM. SWa, &U. Prim rltj. 4 lJ - 16r. HktaXa. Cm,t traa. ariLh a otxlntt luaJ it nlW two rrtcrv 71o t.ir, tot oulrt, at DDvlorrd rUJ. Tisjiaua bad a molt rata Ua) at pniioui rtoa. la pfj irvn do, rtastt U awtk awe. ra&a aUl toaiitt. t - 4 a. B s llapUtra, l'ratan oolrj l"U Irvo. Co1uja StxlraUi .. .. .. To - lay. r.'a l - sy 5 25 rt. day. CotTO. Th arot Biatkrt hrro cloara oclrf. bnt ,ic. fclrhrr. Calrratoa aavl auruaaa aavaaord l'laa. : MoUVa, WUainvn. uc - folk. at! M&muhta T rA&aiiaah 3 1W - aad Ctianaaton ur. IVtuna ept - std atraJy. at a rata of 11 to 16 potrl. o - ria( to IM rtroDirr fraliat to Uao - iL aud a'trr id fluetuauoot tptl tha adraac aa "aaeru coarrtuic. clmiat alrady at 11 tt If poiaU lntrBrDt. bale. ULXUO Ixlaa. At iVrw vrlraaa coOon ca tbe tit II In: tt tb lutirotrB.ri.l af ac. utuna. af trr being abuul IS K4aU blfBrt, claapd 1 to 17 potaU up. teUJ taiea. "Krw York r)oalaf : bpot. Srpr. Oct. No. IC. Jan. fK Mar. 4r. Mar. To - day .. t'i $17 a 34 l bs fa. I K IVJ 1 - r - T.uar t.a 712 IV1 k32 1 - 0 Pil t2 til fjC Nta Orlaana rLinr ' lI.t. FrrC Oct. Ne. Pre. Jaa. Frb. Mar. Apt, To - oay .. .. a it 7 - 9S t l. IV JJ ; tYtf.uay ... .. J'. 1n 7tl 7r H 817 r2i lU To - d - y. Vrk. rraaca. Lataaana. Rr l4t at Tvtu .. k.tCU ii,.0U t,'lW btJLU Ktpvxt Urrat Untala .. ali oil , 11. 00 UCCU Ktw..na - Cul,aol. ... J.Uk.0. 4,01X1 lt.Xg t.UXl tttiuuTa for Uum vrak, vita amtJj room cn brrth. OiiUidcn uuu. nu a tiautru uaiuaiMt. ' SXOUJIttK. CaaUoocy .. .. .. EicLaacc oo London, tlst lx , CaU traaafcra . .. la.6daaaiht '.. IXi . UerUn. ahott liibt JM, Tana, d - x .. .. TWay. rstoj S2H ( - 20 rrrT.day. XtoJ S 8xcc.rnxa. iltatrr rraxalud. To - day . lUlaiBa ! 't 1K)IM. jSittof ,:oa t of Iliiht'lwrat;;s,,r' J?2m (par ox.1 .. j 7S t ij C.S.A - .rr CrnUBli 1US 154 - V - i f Atcblain.TjB.. mt.J S - F. Ci .r.y. 205. Do, - Foun .. .. ' ' .. "55i ' lo 2nd Ml. "A" Eds. V4 Atlantic and PaciAo 2S .SH" BaUioore and Ohio ' .. Ut & 34 UV. 1U.10UjK..W, 4SP - C. 103 ,01 Canada Southrra O i 'Canadian Fac ISo .. .. 7iS 7iU" ' Caatral of Xc Jaraejr .. 154 I J tirntral Faaflc ., 21J X2J4 22i 22. CtraaMk and Ohio Com. U?i 7? Io, 44 p.... '.. 73 t dic - o. Burl, AQuiacy.. 6Hi U'i . !; Qucar Ma, auPaal.. t2H iH. 63 tS - IX, rrtrf. .. US!, 113 , CUco A Xorth - WraUn. 1CI4 ?H 11 U Do, Prat .. .. t t Ctlamo. Hjck liUod. P. S5Va 6S 64' Do, 5 per Cent. .. .. 89 93 CTaUad.Oa..4St.L()uii 33' 374 39 3S4 Iklawar. t Budaoa 115 tlS' ' DtU.ar. Lack, IWeat - 1 133?i JH 1391.; l0Tcr Jt K. Crania .. ICta lSit lXITrf. .. .. .. i9V, SO 30U liJi E. Ttn, Vir, k Ga, 2d Ft H Vt - Uiaoit Central .. .. 93 S4 S4 54 Lake Sbora and Miotixan 123 13 ' 123 123 LouitTills and tb 01a ... SSI 'JSS ' 'S4 . ' 6S4 ManhaUan Ekratcd .. - 1J3'?4 '27 Miction Cvntral .. .. 93 S3 Miatocri. Kauai. Ttxia 12 '12 Wi Do, Soad .. 394 ; 0 Muaauriand PaciSo .. 27a ;'JH. a i - .Y - CrntralanlU - EiTer 133 C3 ICS 132 N. Y,Lak Krir; and Waal. IS?, t lra 'UVi 15 Do, Fret 30 XH Do, 2nd Mart. .. .. 74 74 7S 75 X. Y.anlNeED(Uni.. 255, CVi I5i .li N. Y, Ontar.o. and Writ. 15, 15?i lit ;ls5. Nclolk and Wet,Prtf... 24 4 t3i 23.. Xortii Aarrican .. .. Sr. 63, V', i?i yorthrrn Paciflo .. S 9i :9V, . tt, Do,prrf. .. .. .. a ts; a., Ohio and MitsUaippI .. 13 IS Wi VYt Ottioo Improrcmrnt .. 12 - 12 . 1 Paciio Mail .. .. .. IMi 1454 PhiUdtlpoia and Ecadinx 23 Tfii 2Xi - Ht Do, 4perCrat.l3oadi.. 55.4 ; JO Do - ,ltS per Cent. BoodJ J4 34V4 EicimoDd Terainal .. 24 2j4 I V Do,Prti .. ... .. 15V4 j 14 Et.L.kS..W,XewFoora.. S9i4 Vi St. P, Mln, It ManitoU.. VS M Trnnraarc Coal and Iron.. 15 15i Tni and Paciflo .. 'J?. 7.i t't Ta ' UniooPaci5o .. .. 24 54V4 14 I, VrahiahOrwJ .. .. , 8V, Ti ( - 4 Do, Pret (Xew) .. .. .11 ; l&H National Cordafa .. 25H 2S.4 Western CiJoa TrleCTaph UTi 83?i S tl4: CJiicatoGaa .. .. t2t4 3!i " Aarrican Cotton Oil .. 335, 35 ( National Lead Treat .. 22 31 Safar caniog,Ccm. Stock 24 . SIVi ' S3i fiVi PHILAlJlLraiA. ' LalkUh YaEry .. ... 32 3S; 1. - ' - Penary!, ania.. .. .. 50,, Si - . Boa - toy. Mexican Cettral .... f t f'UO 133 ire 43 93 13 13 J3 33 S3 4 20 T - Jar. Grata to Lirrrpiol atrata .. .. .. 1, Uraio to Lt.ix.uct rna .. .. .. 7. lirain to Ulaafow c.m .. .. .. 21 - , Ur. D to ilniioi - tteaa. .. .. .. 2S Uraio Ui Mu:l - alraxa .. .. J', Uralaloyewcj.au' atrial.. .. - .. 4 Urain to Lrith ataaiu ' .. .. .. 3i Urain oaat .i .. .. .. I. PetrukuBi C.K.t - r - ur.tiiWDt .. .. 1. yl, - 2. CctUn to lirarjiowl tratu . .. ,,d. I'snu.LirK. IU&lMj atrair. with a lirht n auitciftoa Baa nn liutnrr s iubta. catural rcaoUon Irom aalra to raUue. FrtT.diy. a1 4 -31; la.Vi. - 2a. drn - atM. Craa CcrbBcatM aaay under a To - day. MS Barytla 7.WI Carrcli HOC ttUAA) Frrr.iay. S.I5 b.10 &U9 fcSc Ml. e.ao 87.COJ Friax toaimrr Brf.aL 7C p - c. Ntw York .. M . l'Lilaoelphia.. Crutie. M aohiocton .. .. CrrtittcaUa (XuJr deliTtry) baira .. .. .. .. Hunt.. .. .. .. .. btiixncnu '.. .. I'oncx Oil cuict. Uh tummer ytUow lc. down, ytllow, S7c ; winter yellow. 4c TvariKTIaB aaay. and Kc - ler at IS' - i - . SAVAIS'XAU. Sept. 1L Tinrtn e mj, and Kc down at ISc. DULUTH. Srj. 1L Vmiax nrtn. aLd IVjc. U.Utr. September. ttr. ; iwttnui.r. eye. ST. LOUIS. 64. ll. - WniT Cnn. at lc to. lKc adraaca O - .ttUt. tSac. : IXcember, U.ic, - a - '. CHICAGO. Krpt. 11. tatimatea of the crain yield cn the baaia at the t'urrau retort ar at loUut : Winter htaI.24Z,UCOJU tiuabala; print waeat, iju.w.u.i.w ; atut, t.ua,uuD,uiu WHtAt oproad c tiiher tor Decembrr. and after aotna factua - tluaa atrtue tei - ea on t.urvp - an call - aJTK - ri and ttt bullish bureau irpurt. clbti&c ttead; at ljc. to 1..C adtAboa. Dnembcr, M Airr - waa r. tiiber for Octol - er at tia opcnior, and altrr uodc rate fluctuatiooa atreacthened. with ahorta " cvennc and cloaed aUcc aua 1S - to lc hUter. Deortnber, 42c OaiaUoMarmatHc.tolUr.adta&cc. Pk imok a tare all I rea LalW ' on tha. thotUfe In the malia CTOfv and alao ea f - U outaitLi luyinc Litb oprtvtJ ;',.c - up.' uthrr iratroTed In the early drallr - c. and remained Una all day. ia ayaipalhy a iih the graiu market", cioaicf trut at lie. to 17 - rC - aaraace. ltere aa a fair caah dcmatid, Kim lollowrd the lead of lard, Itrprotiuf frcni the trtt. and with tack.r buiera. kepiz - C 6ru tolaeaaua. auldutJlnc triu with bep - tft - Ur S pclnta and tlher aoetha 1C to Zl, oiuu hiaUr. Poke adtaaceU frt - ra the flrtt. and kej tna all day, with iur " foniac the suarket. ckaauig tna at an aarancc of lo pbinu tM 3eptubrr aua 43 w Ss potbta fvr other aivntlii. het - umb r. THE WEATHER. ha mlteoeolooical reports. WrATBEK Chabt, Moxdat, Sept. 11, 6 p.m. 1 1 MIWA raowly - l i0t?t - S Fallln. OBITUARY. ... Bctcto5 - MAjoit Pause. ' We ttgnt to naocne the deith of Scrfton - Mior Tuomas IIeazls Parke, tie irell - tuown "Dr. Puke " who .accompanied tbe btanlcy expedition in earcb of Emin Paaba, and whose praliw wu in erery - bodjr'd mouth vben tbe detail of tb jocrney were publiiled. Dr. Puke was payinz a visit to the Duke of St. Albac. t Alt - nArCriic. wbere he died suddenly on Sunday night. He is known chiefly a having been the medical oficer in charge of the Emin Pasha relief expedition, but apart from thit he had done good service in Egypt. He waa with the expedition for thw relief of Gordon in IS 2 astTwat ptesent at the actions of Abu Kiel, Uubat, and Metesmeb, for which he received the medal with two clasps and the Khedive Star. In 1S93 he u the senior medical officer of the Helouan cholera, camp during the outbreak of that epidemic. Among ihs many bcnouis that he leceived mar be mrntionrd the honorary ! THE INDIAX BEYEKVE. J - TO THE EDITOR OP THE TIMES. Sir, la the article on " Indian Affairs " in tout paper of Angost 23 yoo say, " Theery cf tlw Indlui popolation ... it not cry of bankruptcy, or for an artificial rupee, hut simply - request to be allowed to do as almost every cooatry in the world does namely, raise a revenue by Ccstoras duties oo articles and rueTcbaxdiae broucht into its ports." Some IMPERIAL INSTITUTE, t'ata farther aaclaa, ta OALUCKITS cotrUIaln fWfVfllT. ao.1 1UIA COLLXXtlONa wdl br OfEJt tor FkCXlxTri - byuptthBa ea Mcaday. Taea - tarx. Tlairt L j" CoUKUoa. tiairua wiU be axciaa - rety rraarrad alt r J jiv a2 K.Uowa aad thatr frteaJa. Ua U erraiac ex lhea da baopm andUlanlnaiAPilanmUJOtiaa. ,a IjvirxiKiALi 1 aTITUTE - Victorian Sextan - . . ,fD1lfcMfai.," Anatralia ahoaU ar STAXD 4 UvTaiT TUAUAS ArIOATIOS COL03IIL3 ICMAIkRO. v E.C. (ramphleu. ac, trM.) eBvurxa. - rt venr trt i itm year, back India was compelled by ircperativ. order, U"fil c, l.T - Th.tS of I ti IVL J1 lfc.w KateiBai Drt M Iteaulor. IWoatf Irttta aatTiX.'.t! from Enrland to rive tro its import duty on cotton I goods ; remonstrance was in rain : o5cial discussion was closed so thxt the Indian Goventment has never reopened it. - The caked fact - is that na British Ministry conlj stand which opposed the cotton interest, awl what - ! rn. ? TT uiL . - : . . . . : li - iJUmuwir(ii.iiia uh tool, uau tn n. 1. il. nanus ot tfcw wnAiac - aooaw ai li - nctrwtrr. Uttub. ikmi.T ttn&atua caa L rtineaaapaucat.o. at Uw Coun - - tL 1T. Moorratatrrrt. Lmdoo. tC. 'trim" t. ever the party in power otay be, it mcst follow the? ; three acres and a cow V policy. Lord Hersehell'a Committee accepts this position without a word of ' remonstrance or excuse Mr. Leonard Courtney in his ; the run rttjuir! It r ti Quarterly radetoiAMxt of tout uLlm. - 77 degree of D.C.L. Durham.tbe Order of the Medjidiebj f leparate memo, does indeed ask "whether the Iulfan 1 I CJoaiBX iTura. Wheat Uaiie Lard .. KltH .. Pork .. 13 113 110 23 03. 033, Octal er. ; January. I May. In the a! ore chart tha dotted lines are i'olarV or lines ot rona barotuetriral prraaur. lh talcet which they indkatr brief fin ia tfurra at th rod, U.ua 30 - 4. The afaUe Umprriluia ia jitvu la Ca - urea. Liaht wlud. Tt ; treah or ttroex. P.rmarks (S 20 p.m.1 At C p.m. to - day pressure was highest, 30'2in. to 30'Sin., in a large anticylose covering all but tbe extreme southern parts of our islands, with tbe Xether - lsnd and the greater part of the North Sea : lowest. 2l8in. - in a depreasion lying over the south - west of Prance.' Gradients moderate over the Channel and north of Prance, slight elsewhere. Itarometer falling a little in tbe extreme torth and north - west of bur iland and alto, in Trance, but risimj slightly in mcst other" parts of our area. Temperature was highest. 7 - deg. at Liitou, C9deg.at Kochefort, C4deg. at lirest and Paris, C3deg. at Jersey and Cldeg. at Hurst Castle; lbwett, 4fdeg., at Ctristiantucd, J2deg. t Skudesnaes; S3deg. at Stockholm, Sunburgh Head, Aberdeen and fchielJr, and 54deg. at Do&aghadae. The maxima registered over Ireland and England today have varied in most cases between COdeg. and CWeg., but at Valencia (Ireland), Jersey and in London tbe thermometer has reached CCdeg. Wind was easterly or north - easterly over England, Prance, and the Netherlands, and strong in force at most of the Channel stations ; light from the southward over the greater patt of Ireland, and Scotland, but westerly in the Shetland and Hebrides, fresh from between south west and north - west in the wet of Norway. Weather was fine and bright over western Euro generally, but cloudy on the Norwegian coast, with rain at Christiansund. Sea was rough at Christiansund and rather rough in the English Channel, but slight or smooth elsewhere. The slight fall in tbe barometer which has commenced on our extreme north and northwest coasts seems to indicate the advance of depressions from the Atlantic. Tbe centre ot the disturbances aie, however, likely to pass' well to the northward .of our islands. Forecasts cr Weatueu ior Tcesdat, Sin. 12. f South - westerly and westerly Scotland, N. ..A winds, freshenirg ; dull, some rain. SCOTLASP, E.. and (Light breexes, chiefly south bcuxn, N.E. V westerly ; Cue generally. MiulasdCocsties.'j and S. I Easterly winds, light : fine the Brilltatit Star of Zanzibar, the Pellowship of the j Royal Geographical Society, ard the honorary mem - j berahip of the Geographical Societies of Belgium and ; Antwerp. He was alro an honorary associate of the j Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Gold Medallirt of ' the Britith Medical Association, and a medallirt ot j the Royal Societies of London and Antwerp. Dr. Parke j waa the author of the " Report to the War Office cn j the Cholera Outbreak in Egypt " (1833), " Experience m Groatorial Africa " (1S01), and " Vaccination Commission (lS'JO) Government might not propose a very diUerent course if there was any chance of it being favourably considered by the supreme (i.e.. tbe English) Government." But this is with reference, not to import dutie; but to fome scheme 'of bimetallism which he. favours. Sir John Lnbbock ' in the House of Commonf the other day suggested an impcrt duty on silrei bullion into India. But beyond this I am not aware that any one has put the matter cn the same footing Evidence before ! in your own article. Why Co the ai.tt - op.ain ; eemur, ; and ne' con - 1 pniiantnroptsu ana oinrs . remain siitnt, wco. wucu t charea for Tt Burn.:, after U Uth iaatant. la acrcuaico with Um naprcUr titAtjaVta. sad reaalt paUaihcU aa hrrxoorr. i - Miau, lAXALlIU. Ikli - 'il a..., Lcotcm. S. p!etaer 11. IRO. DANISH FOUR per CENT. liEDKEMAHLE AO ef th abuw BuSW. laaurl for the irf aTwIo. .i KaUwysnarea.oo piacw to - Uy la Cdjahaf, TlT xZ LKAWIU Zealand tcrrenco - f a Noutry. aVries 19 bmax drawa far rrtayaeat uecarcixcr. i&ju. Eerie 11. A "o. 72CI to im of K. K3 U U21 to iill ot KrSUl J i - 63 U S7i of Kr. - 433 H .1 Ia 3 Kr2.2U J 1 to of a.r.4.iU) V Ito til ot L3S f - dy. Prer. To - d - y. Prer.To - d - y. PreT.T. - i - y. Free. "14 lre 7f, tS'.i Vat 8 t0 S - 3S ! 8 35 1C00 S - fc i e"&s la - iS 1613 14 - Si fsr - - 2MD Z 8 - 174l 7T0 7 - SS 14M5 ilJ;t5j 13 - 20 S 7H. 31. 77 31 tlACUk hat been Crnt at notniaal tatca. Licbt ka adrancod IS pointaaad heary ZOpoialt. The hog rtceiut here and at the arrrn a oa4 Uj.i - a.iMt a.au.. tVA,iAO I., b Wettera year. Tc - day .. iTr. . ay., haaia uay jaar pcatraa aiooa March Oar MIL Koto. 8 - C3 Licbb tub et 813 lit y. S - 25 Wtstera. SLOjO 33,U 41.0O3 Chlcafo 3. - .0W 13.000 iCJCO NAVAL&M1L1TARY INTELLIGENCE E.N G LAM). K (London tnd Channel) ... .... Scotlasu, W.,Esr. - lam, N.W. (and K. Wales) England, S.W. (and ( Easterly, wind. light or mode - S. Wales) .l rate; fine generally. I Southerly and' south - westerly Ieeland, N. and S. winds, light or moderate; I fair generally. geterally, but local fogs in ico ruing Light variable airs ; fair gene lly. Iriouted articles to various medical journals cn ; Empyimi snd it Treatment,"' " The Arrow - j Poisoning of the Pigmies," atd Incident ccr j cected with the relief of Emm Paaha." It wa onijr thi year that he prcduccd a work calltd " Guide tJ Health in Africa," .with notes on the country and its inhabitant.' For this last. Jlr, n. M., Stanley wrote a preface in which he speaks in the highest terms of Dr. Parke' skill. A few words from the j re face may be quoted. " Pew men. cculd be so well qualified as he to instruct the missionary, traveller, merchant, miner, and soldier in the secrets ' of African diseases. I am personally a witness to his excsllence as a physician and to his skill a a surgeon, and I repeat what I have said already elsewhere, that he is the cleverest of his profession that has been in Equatorial Africa end that no expedition had more reason to be proud of it doctor than the E. P.. R. E. had of Dr. Parke." Mr. Stanley ccacludesj his preface with an expresjion of astonishment that Dr. Parke, after the splendid services rendered in Africa, should have remained so little appreciated by the Government i that be had received no thanks cr acknowledgment of any kind. It need not be said that Mr. Stanley's on book " In Darkest Africa " contains many allusions, always appreciative, to Dr. Parke' character and work. He speaks of Parke's " priceless services ; " and of Parke himself as " an extremely handsctse joccg gentleman, diuulent some - wbat.btit.very preposiessing." " Our Doctor," we are told later, " cheery, smiling, anxious as though he it suits them, pose as the guardians of the moral and : material welfare of India, and her 250 million in - j habitants ? Why do they uVt insist on justice to India and that it shall le left free as any colony to : levy Customs dues for revenue purposes ? Lord Herschell's repot The abcTe - me - Dtioeed bonds will b repaid on or titer the "rt ru. rtuUr; 1S33, at tbd head U3c A - f taa s'iaaaoe Umiairy la tjetea - TU. , i The Steriitr EnnJa will be re mid It Htm. CJ n. - .t..r Sea. Lutnlon. or la (JOpenhaxaa at the Uat ait tlctc - , 6UJ7 thrrt prior to trw dua uata. f.otvi. latut tear the June. 1S1. aad all nlaetrneut eeapooa. Ftaaac iilla(trxaervnd Itrparunen. Coveahafeo. 5m pt, 1SS3 - TUNBKIUGE WELLS CORPORATION' THRVp frr Ct - ST. BEDKEMAULK STuCKt - Liurda Eaai. Ij - w! Hiamiaars the nr.etifn of bftf notica Hut, in order to I - rvpar, the aalf - ytarty a'taj dismisses ice question oi M tMntto.:K. jju, t BiUM'M a tit import dues in eleven lines.wbich entirely corroborate '' ACCoCXTdw lltaaTKUCK'oatheaithtof thaltthinat. what I have just aid, and lays bare the hideous . jjf tliralead or. aad after Oa selfishness of the British nation towards India. I had better give the whole paragraph 3'J of that report rcr&ofim and let your readers"judge for themselves. " 39; Of all the suggeted methods of adding to the revenue, the reimpoMtion 'of import duties would, according to tte evidence before u excite the least bprtonition : indeed, it is said that it would even be popular. Ibe duties cn cotton irood have, hojrever. only recently been abolished. They were the subject of vehement attack in this country. Any attempt to reimoose them would meet with creat opposition. And it cannot be denied that the reimposition of such duties would provoke a demand lor a countervailing excise upon all cotton goods manufactured in India. Although such an excise duty might 'be collected without serious difficulty in. respect of poods manufactured in - the cotton mills of Bombay and elsewhere, it is alleged that it would be wholly impracticable to enforce it generally, in view of the extent to which the manufacture of cotton good on a small scale prevail throughout India." The imposition of import duties on cotton goods, silver bullion, apJ. other merchandise is one eminently suited to meet tbe financial difficulties of the Indian Government. They prevail over all the globe and aie universally understood ; they involve no change crdi - S o. 72. LomUrd - Jtrrvt. HC, Ilth iseptexaber. 1SZ. IJAYMARKET THEATRE. Mr. TP.EE. Ll Sofc, LMicaaut Masawrr.Oa Wedncalay. Sepc 2C;ail.ita brat rertormar - f of Hjrr Arthur Jontaa new tl.. were at a surgical operation, wa constructing a gate, location of any currency ; they can be easily modified The Times Office, 2 a.m. Readings of the Jordan Babo3ietei:(corbected) licusc tue past tv est y - focu uocbj. Septexbek 1112. JCooiaaL ttToiaited.' CONTINENTAL AND OTHER BOURSES: PtTrii Kent. II P.u.inM em Uxtar'a Tlanrae baa beenl alaiaet ... .... . - T - . . .. KLi.k . . H r n n. r ! . 1 Jxnn IK. ) day, became ateady towards the cW. The oar - aad - a - Haii per over the bole prior to her being docked lct. Eeate IrXt off f or taooey aud lor the aocouot 1JrC lower : than Saturday. The Three per Cent. Heat wa acarcelr altered. I tM roreUn SloOc Market was Erm. but .rtajaiBeo. leiiurv.eat. Prirate dtwount easier at 2 1 - 15 prr otnt. BE KLIN. Set. IL Dealinxa oa today's Boone hare beia rerr xettticted m U, abaenoe of many cf the aiexabeTtowiox to the Jewttb teaiitala. but the markets were arm. Mexican ttock iaproted fully per cent, ia coaaeaueDce of the increaaed Customs retenuct of latt Ctuoth. Coal aad iron shares wrre wall supported. Bits on tit. Petertburx aad Paper Roubles were a shade hisher. The Laura - natle declarad a dividend of 3 per cot. VIENNA. 8ept. IL On tc - day't Stotk Market ba - lnefs has lea to a lar. - , extant aurpeudad owias to the abaenee of the Jewish brokers. Prkea were trm. but ahowed very little rbacg tor the oay. FBANKFOKT. Sept 11. - On the Uourae ta - iay bMticea haa beea . cxceedlnrly quiet, aa4 juota'joot ahowed ao material change for the day. UiUa oo lndr - a hrmer ar 20 4L IlCENOH AVKtS. SeiU S. Preitlum oa fold. 131 perl cent, (prtrioaa qaotalioa, 247 per cent.). "AMERICAN PRODUCE. NTW YOEK. Sept. 11. Wntw opened barely steady at Vf. riae for December and rapidly adiaactd under the laaueuoe, of the " builias " Bureau rt port and a cecrrsae la the am on r.t tn paaaage. remaiuiaf Bna all day, with lirht offeru tt and rood buying. clom( tna at an adtasce of lSe. to lfvc Salet 4. 1'JJ.iCO btuhela. No. 1 Nortbtra apnax cpaed Hie., hixaer at 72,0. There was a fair dmaod for export. 11 boatioada beicx taken chiefly for early ahip - tteat. Th tiMbie tuj - vly anoaa a d - rcaa of 742;0uu lahela oa the week. bot. an iacreat of i7.24,iX compared with laei year. ' Maixc optatd bareiy ate - dy at - ,c. adraac for October, and rttuain - d fire, all day oa the uof.vouraUe' crop rtprta. cicaiaj StrontT at lc. to lVic adranec. Salea, L4CQ,OjO buahcla. There waa a food export demino. IS boatloads belaf taaen. The riiiU i aupply shows aa Increate of 110,300 biithela on tte week, but a tSecrra of 4,(4.0C0 compel with Uat year. Pbol'Ktrui. aith a fairly good .demand at 10 points advance for ar - - - lt - - v - 1 " tn ? yviBb. ir wiutcra. Jfw York ! hpting wheat " dean " .. V, inter wt eat palest " Vlarieapolis : " Patcau tacit fcr exrort "A - akrs " atkt for export Tc - iay. Sacka .. Z.'S .. i35 .. 245 2J5 Frrr. day. feadu. 2 - 5 3J3 r2S 2.15 Daily Ouain Movements (Thousands). heat (buabelt) KrocipU, Wratera .. Ditt - v AliaoUa .. Exporta. ditto .. Mali tbub - t) : Baoeipu. Western .. Dittu, AtUntio ExptTta. tlitu Flour (LarrrU) : ' bh pmecta, Weatera SWrlpta. Atlantlo .. Kxporta. Qitto Tbit dy. i.cb 3i4 143 76 27 ifi 5 33 banie day latt! laar. Lo 425 t6 43 145 a ICS 9 This week. 1C30 324 148 7 21 ' it ss 31 3C Thit 13.43S LT71 2.97 17.115 til tCl UK 4il 514 Latt 4X631 i 5.444 (1.971 . 856 7i3 i4.7t7 '718 441 The Empress of India, Crst - elass battleship, was commissioned by Capt. St, Clair, for Rear - Admiral Seymour, C.B., second in command of the Channel Squadron, yesterday at Chatham. Compared with the Anson, which she supersedes, the Emj ress of Inlta will materially atrcngthi - n the CLani - el Squadron s oStnstve and! defensive power. The Ansou will be commissioned to - day, anJ, after undergoing a refit. will relieve the Colbasus in the. Mediterranean. The crew of the Anson v. eie turned over to the Empress of India, and took with them their pel bear, an animal they brought bomb from Alaska some time since. Bruin, Lb is quite tame, sbowel considerable reluctance to leave his'olJ quarters on the Anson. A Reuter telegram from Gibraltar, yesterday, says . Her .Majesty's Inlian troopship Serapis passed here this afternoon, going cast," The Commander - in - Chief on the Cape of Good Hope and West Coast of Africa. Station, who arrived at Mozambique yesterday, left the same day for Durban. Letters have reached the Admiralty iroru the Com mander - in - Chief in the Mediterranean dated up to the 1st of September. Also from the Seuior Officer .at G ibraltar dated the same day ; from tbe Senior Officer at 31 alt a bearing date September 5 ; and from the Senior Officer ou the Eat Coast of Africa up to the IStbult. As No. 24 torpedo - boat was picking up her moorings in Devonport Harbour yesterday afternoon she ran into No. Li torpedo - boat and knocked a large, hole ia her port quarter. The whole of tLe ecrar artment abaft the engine - room bulkhead at once tilled with water, and every precaution wa immediately taken to prevent the boat from alnking. She was got safely alongside the dockyard wall, and a colltsiou mat was placed Fortunately the water was kept alait the engine - room, and an ejector is being kept at work until the vessel canbe docked. The ships of the training squadron under Commodore R. N. Harris, A.D.C., consisting of the cruisers Active, Calypso, Ruby, and 'olage, arrived in England yesterday after a cruise to Iceland and the Mediterranean. The squadron left Portland on June 10, and the cruise was uneventful tctil Friday last, when a gale was encountered off Ushant, which resulted in the Volage carrying away her jibbcom. On Saturday morning,; when about 20 miles south - east of tbe Lixard; the Calypso left the other thit s. and made for Plymouth, where she arrived yesterday. The" Ruby is believed to have put into Falmouth through strers of weather. - rhe Active and, Volage have jrocceJedup Channel for Portsmouth. After the crews hare been granted the usual leave; the squadron will be got ready for k winter cruise to the West Indies. Surgeon Lieut. - CoU M. M. Gallwey, Army Medi cal Staff, obtains' his prcmoticn to the rank of Brigade - Surgeba Lieutenant - Colonel,, consequent on' the approaching advancement of Dr. C. A. Atkins. Col. J. Duncan has been directed to take up, on the 29th inst., the. appointment of Deputy Adjuttnt - Gene - ral tO'the Forces. He will be' granted the temporary rank of Major - General whilst holding the post. .Capt. E. A. Ogle, East Yorkshire Regiment, has been directed to take up, cn the 16th inst., the Adjutancy of the 3rd Battalicn at Beverley. Major E. II. Fitxherbert, Royal Lancaster Regi ment, has. on his apixiintmcnt as Comma ndatit of the rrcmotion to a half - pay AM. r.M. & 2 4 8 8 13 X. 6 8 Inches. 321. 123. H. 2 1 1 1 0 - L301 L.too Tempera t eee ani Htci.cmi tkio Condition or hie Air ix Losiok. SeiteIu r.icit 1112. IToun' Temperature. I W ito ot x ' ! ' Ttntion Varur Otter. ' n. ! if , .in 1 - vatvia. Air. i jct. Vapuox. and performed the carpenter's oieratiocs in such a manner that I wrote in my diary that He is certainly j one of the let fellows alive.' " Again Parke is described ss ever striving, patient, cheerful, and' gtntte," and it is noticed that in his many reports he 'J is too modest to speak of himself. Perhaps the passage that doe Parke the most justice was written on March 5, lfctV, at Kavalli. ''Thi expedition possesses the rarest doctor In the world. No country in Entcpe can produce hi equal in my opinion. There j may be many more learned perhaps, more skilful, ) older or yourger a the case may le, but tbe test of ; tbera have something to leatn from our doctor. He is : such a combination of sweetness and simplicity. Sol111 unostentatious, so genuinely unobtrusive. We are all ' i 1 ... i.: - : 1. i r t - i - - l . . . i : uuuiui iu uiiu .itu cuiua ox iuic. mc x - ate aceu uiiu j from; time to time as may become necessary frcra altered circumstances ; tb'ey produce revenue from the external trade and are cot felt by tbe bulk of the population ; they excite no opposition in India and may even be popular, and they involve a uiinfinuBt of Government interference with the domestic affairs of the country. International trade mutt of necessity rest on barter. and goods must in the long run be paid for in goods. So long as one country can End goods to interchange with those of another trade will prosper irrespective of the currency systems prevailing iu them. It is the business of the merchant to watch the ceaseless change the values of commodities and to find his profit m it. Exchange is but one factor out of several with which he ba to deal, or from which he mar gain. 'If rpHK TEMPTER. X Jlr. TREas"The Tempter" Metsra. Fred Terry. '. EierilL FaUcr MtUteh. O. 'W. Anson. r.. Allan. dlolman Clark. Revelle. Callie. Wyatt. Patoa. lota, tT Meedaa.es Julia Ncuaoa. lnas VaaLrngh. E. U, brucka, aij Uv Tree. The scene Is laid la England In the Fourteenth Ceotary. Act I. Scene - 1. On Board Prince Leon t Vent I in the English C - anntl .. .. - fW'.T. Hesaley! Scene 2. Ia tha .Cottr yard of the Rear - o - L. t Inn. oa tlx CiiUrj ruJ tW. T. Haaviltjl A rortoigtl pissea. Act II. The Goest Itootn of aiat Werburs's Abbey, near Caatertavr (J. Barker) ANtghtpaan. - Act III. A Glade cnUil the Abbey WaOa .. VT. Haan) Act IV. Outatde - Csnwtbtxry Cathedral at niitt (W. Uaoaf Tha Overture aad Incidental. Mua.e ipedally compwaed fortkis production b, Mr. Edward Ctrmux. rVata may no bf bonked on month In adranee, A DELPHI THEATRE. - A, ands. Cat. So Proj rietoM aud Managua. - TtVNIUHT, att, A WuMAXS i - r - VENUl byllenrr Pettut. Mntri Charlea Warner. Ctaita Cartwnzht. Herbert Flematng. Rndgn Iluuiag, Jcha Carter. E. W fMralaer ; Mtadaaiea Mary Kurke. Aiuiua:T. Tuwajca L Fumir AgneaThomaa. Boa oBc - 13 to 6. Doora cpo 7JC GAIETY THEATRE. Lessee and Manager, Geo. EJwardea. TO - .NIC11T. aad every artaitj, ac 8, Aadna't ckartntng comic epera, ' . LA MASCO TTE. with the ftil owing powrrtal caat : MiaaPkyDa TtronUeo. Jljs Kaue 8ymoar. and Miss Florence St. John; Mr. WalWe Brownluw. lr. Charles Cocym. Mr. Gen. Mudie. and. Jlr. Eabert Pateaaa. BoXtacw open 10 to 6 daily. Dooncpea 7JU. GAIETY - THEATRE: IMMENSE SUCCESS of LA MASCOTTE. special M'atinee. Satnriay aext. Sett, lath, at 2. GLOBE THEATRE. Lessee, W. S. Penlej: CUAKLEY - S AUNT. t Brandon Tbomaa. TO - XlfiHT l.rr ry Evecing; at 9. except Saturiaia. Precaxled. at S, by JOUN axiuxiuvux, x - ax - jutux.. aiatinew t Box - otSre 10 to X i every Saturday, at 3. Duonapaa tnU - t lit! cf Air. PfT'Or . Hnml.tl.. r f , k .7.".!' hwrr Airlp.t IOcuiIj frrtt. (batura - ion. Nom...; 9 pun...; 2 .ttw..! lAarwa. 'D.gre.s. i4 il 52 45 44 locbea, :n 38 liiaica t C5 22 Graiaa, I IS 12 Ft Cent. M j :o I 71 human nature becomes ennobled by this gem. He is tenderness itself. He haa saved many lives by bis devoted nursing. . . . At Abu Klea our doctor was great .; the wounded had cause to bless him.; on the green sward of Kavalli daily ministering to these suffering blacks, unknowing tnd enheeding whether any regarded him, our doctor was greater still." Speaking of a pygmy girl who bad to be left behind with the thief of Kiruremo, Mr. Sttnley say : The little thing had performed devoted, service to Surgeon Parke, who had quite won her heart with those soft gentle tones of hi that made everybody smile affectionately on the doctor." Dr. Parke ! attended Emin Pasba when the latter hid a cexrly! fatal accident at Zanzibar after bis rescue. It would ' le Invidious to make comparisons between the nicm - i! hers of the Relief Expedition - who co - operated with; Stanley in making the expedition a.ruccess, but we feel sure that all the survivors without exception would gladly testify that no ono was; more gallant in action, moro energetic in grappling with practical difficulties, more helpful and . cheerful in times of disaster, more attentive, kind, and' gentle to the sick ard wounded, whether European or native, mere generally respected and loved by all who came in contact with him, than Surgeon - Major Parke. We have to record tbe death, after a t - hort illness, o7Mr. George Cclley, C.B., senior Commissioner ,.f V..' rrl P'nre Mr Piillv wra first employed under the Royal Commission which ' inquired into the employment of child. en. He was i subsequently made by 31 r. Stansfeld an inspector ! Under the Local Government Board, and Wa well 1 known both in Whitehall and in the north - a a most active and intelligent officer. On the appointment of ta. do so much out of pure Jove for his esses ' that ! he sends goods to a foreign country, sell them, buys otner goods tcere and brings tnem nome Be eliminates exchange altogether, and we accordingly see that, notwithstanding the difficulty, the volume of our trade with India gees, on' increasing yearly, regulated mainly by supply and demand. The Indian exchange difficulty does not then concern the merchant greatly ; while the bulk of the Inlian population do not care a cowry for what may be the, value of their property in a foreign currency, and want gold only to hoard, or lor personal ornament or.display. It is oulrthe Indian Government, with the official clas.es. and others who most remit fixed sums, that complain of the diminutive - gold value of the rupee. otherwise India could carry on a Lnica does. The Indian Government ha to make large remittances for home cLarpe,ic. There is littleor no gold produced in India, while the supply of silver in the world has increased by leaps and bounds beyond all anticipations, so that the Indian Government sees its money depreciated in gold value in the markets Of tbe world and finds itself almost'unable to meet its engagements in gold. The doting of the Indian mints has not prIaced the relief anticipated, and the'lndiau Council is unable to place its bills at anything near the desired rate of Is. - Id. per rupee. It ae - env. likely that some steps will have to be taken almost immediately to meet the difficulty more promptly than the closing of the Indian mints bas'vet done. . The first necessity is to obtain revenue to meet what is called the "loss by exchange. " Now this could be effectively done by the imposition of import duties ; they should be pet on silver lullicn, cotton goods, and other suitable - article. They might be taken wholly or in part in gold, and perhaps levied ic England on pools shipped for any Indian port. The cold liabilities of India hare been much aggravated by sterling loans contracted in England. When the nrst cold loan was raised that the policy was a dangrrous one. but it answered for the time, and more gold loans have followed. It would, hovever, have been" better to have raited the ; TT - AUDEYILLE THEATRE. Lessees and V Miaasers. - A.aad S.Citti. Every Ermine: at 8.45. ATklP ToClllCAi.tt 1 Mine Gracie hitaiord, ilea Rue Nurrja, Rua Mam Dltuir, ; Miaa Man ThoraeaM.es Kate Kearney. Mr. Sydney ISn - ugh. Mr. Laurenxe Caatley. Mr; Lawrencw dUraty. Mr. WiV - lrtU Carr, Mr. Bert W illiama. Mr. Mark Kloghora. Preceded, at S, tyijlXEH. Doora at 7.4a. Box - otBce. 13 to b. COU11T THEATRE. Sole Lessee and Manager. Mr. Arthur Chudleiih. Every Ercniac. at A45 fat the Ink time in London V a thru act farce, being an r'nelit.h vrsioa at tka great Pariaian aucceaa. Chamrngne - I Malgre Lav. entitled THE OTHER FELLOW. y Fmt Horner, ia which tha I ullowiaz ladtas aad seatlcmtB wi3 apprar : - i Mr. CLarlrs Crovei Mr. a IX. BrookSeld Mr. Weaooo GrtMaibltlt Mr. Will red DrajcoU Sir. IL de Laoge - Mr. W. Wya Mr. Compton Cooitt Mr. K..aiaby Mr. Charier Burieigll Mr. iMymou Hick - Mr. Hjdney w ardea Mr. k - Bertram . . M tea Pattae brown Miss Elleline Terrias Mm M InU ah Miaa Aida Jraoure rreceded. at 8. ty HIS TAST CHANCE. Mr. Seym - ur HicU sai Miaa fllalinaTemta. Doora open at 7.30. Eox - oOt no opts. The theatre haa beea entirely redecorated by Mcaan. Marlcr and Bennett. Slo.ae - tr.reet. CRITERION THEATRE. Lessee and Maiiager, Mr. Charies W yauham - TO - NlCUT. at SJCV Ltcocq t eaie - LraUd cotuic op - ra. LA FIIXE DE MADAME AN COT. Miaa Decinu .Moor. Miaa Amy Angard. M - a llaalee Crofton, Mist M. A. Victor. . Maolames ECia Jeffrey. F. Frances, B Vera ; Mr. & Valentiae. Mr. W. Blakaley, Mr. a Davenport. Mr. W.lVua Mr. e. Uemalr. Mr. S. Hu - ar - herr. and Mr. Coortic Founda. lTa - ceuad. at S.14 by POOR MIONONETTE. Doora open ax 8. LA FILLE DE MADAME AN GOT. ' MATIN EC batarday next. ai 2. Door, open UX CE1TE2U0N 1 HiCATRIC : - ALHAM BRA. Open 7.30 : Two Ballets. At 8.40, k'lDxvLlA. ot at ljXCQ, CHICAGO (Second Ldifiont M - laa. Pviuoi, 1'orro, aad Ccrmaai: P.gaaiul Cedivivus; W. Man ten ; U. Lapioo. Varwuea ly Lea lVogalu. Uax Uarley. Lilly Baraand., vm coiemau. Tbe cialooaa Troupe. The Tillay tuateu. The M,'Nattghtooa, Tha r.olzers. Ac Telephooa 3SJba. SHAFTESBURY THEATRE. Manager. F. J. lUtra - TO - NIGHT; at 8.15. MOROCCO BOUND. 1141th UuteL John L. hiIW. Letty Lin.1. Templar Sale, Liitaa Reatrrc. Bad Charlea Han by. At 7.45. KEX HARLx.1, tha laimiubio mimic ot popular acton. Box - sinca 13 to Id. kfalinea) BatnMay iMXt. at Protioetor. Mr. Joha.Laucaater. . riTRAFALGAU - SQUARE THEATBEv X Ulthtimeot NITOUUHE. " Cnmte Opera from tha Freaeh. p TO - NIGHT. aTEjO. Mr. Frank Wyatx. Mestn. Fred Storry. Bar - court BcaUy. LeoLard RtuatJL Ac - ail Charles Glrnsex ; Mis Violet. I lelaotU. r.Uie Cheiter. Ac. and Mile. Maria ElUa. Ivla fUtt there were those who said I ,.iVr5?fr?frt,Slce XlLTuL2 nVvilfl.TI' ... ' . 1 - 1 AWK. ,1XH J - C1TVHH III HI, I bataxday next, at ZJOL ICa Fuller at all matinees. Halt - pnco liar' matineea only) to all part - Bui - yifllce open daJy 13 to IX " Minimum Teaptrature, 43Jer. I Maxlaum Ttnperatare, tcda - MOVEMEST3 OF GRAIN, PROVISIONS, Ac (wacK xituxo Birr. L BH1PMENT3 FP.UM ATLANTIC PORTS. To - Iiverpool . - .. Luoloo ., .. Glaegov . - .. East Coatt ForU Bristol and Ireland Continent.. .. Total Forope .. Previoua weak.. Wheat. Uaahela. 4UO0O sa 000 7C.CC0 aoM 1SJ.C00 L.4.7.0U0 Liverpool .. .. Lofadoa .. .. Olae - ov .. East Coast Port.. Bnatoi aad Ireland Couliaeal .. . Total Europf a - revious weK . .. zie6.ooo .. 2.2SC.0W Lard. Ih. U80.TJ00 4U0W &crj3 10,000 1W.C03 Z72U.O0O Maize. Koabels. .. mora . .. 60.UD . .. 80.000 . .. WOO . II 32O000. " fttCOO ., tSLSOO .. , Cheeae. Bo tea. 25.803 22,700 .60) 1.100 03 Flour. Baga. 7S.CJU3 13CX0 43.0X 3.00) 23.000 70.003 354.003 512.CXO Facoo. iBoiea. .. 15.900 LS0) - . 100 .'.I S.330 24.400 19,000 Dottar. Tab. 00 Tallow.Fetrolrurd. lb. 40XC03 tr.oooi KCOOO U4OC00 BarreU. 2.000 njxo 13.000 1 423,000 2.30 SB.800 E 300. CCD 1AOO 7S0S 77.400 UXJKQ 137)0 Ti eUVT. wKrtLX an4 asalra wra aa foflaw - S ! . . w heat, bus. Malr.koa. Rept. 9,1893 66.140X00 .. Sept. 2.1831 .. .. tS.8T2.C00 .. H2J2 KptnitSl .. .. .. a71W00 .. 1721AW0 I3vt.ltl8$t .. .. .. 2X935,841 .. 8.7M.703 EtBClu$0 1I.&9L729 .. 8.130539 Oat. have tarn to U&advaooe. BeUmbaf, J3e; Ctbaf iuLAn Lxxrovad lm - ' aft tha Mwalac and kept arm alt PARIS. Sept. 11. Barometer, 30in. Therrno - ineter uiuxiwiubi, Cideg.'; tnintrntici, 53'C4deg. Wind north - rait. Sunshine. BERLIN," Sept. "11. Barometer, 7 03 mm. Thermometer aaajtmuTH, o'deg.; tAtNtmuxn, 43deg. Wind west, licbt. Weather fine. VIENNA.'Sept. 11. Barometer, 30 - 12in. Thermometer maximum, 63'7deg. ; minimum, C06deg. Slight north wiid. ROME, SEPT. 11. Barometer. 20 - 02in. Thermometer tnaxtmuvi, 8060deg. ; rtintmum, CC'ONleg. ; mid - day, Ttl'ltdeg. Wind south, very weak. Fine. LOST LUGGAGE. - a - m I - w m ' . vtii iiaxnrv 1 ji r n 111 1. - 11 tnvtTTinriiiiia i i irinria in ' w aa. . . a a. . - .J :r . . . v r, - : loans in ina.a vou nave mci iq lou oi ezccanire on 1882 Mr. Uulley replaced mm as 4.ommisloorr o rem,ttiDS to London at the time. These gold loans .. ...... . I ami hiMUlt m .r.ttil m nil . - . . . . . r . . ..' . - . - . . I , . - should be paid off and no more raised. India possesses immense resources coal, ironstone, I and limestone abound, """and many things cow supplied from England could be produced in India. Contract for such thirg, whether given in England or in India, ; should be paid for in rupees, cn delivery in India. No. efficient guardian and administrator! of the public interest in the landed estates of the Crown. He received the Companionship of tbe Bath in 1S92. We have to announce tbe death, at the age of 68, of Mr. Thomas William Kesnard. CLE., at his resi dence. Orchard - house. Sunbury, on Sunday last. Mr. j Uou" wonm be cony opposed ar - d great nrmne Kennard had successfully accomplished a large number it it a th. ,,,. - .1 inT., of th. .VI nation that we should retain India and keep her pro - EMPIRE 302nd and Last Night of ROUND THE TOWN, at 1XL - . and CATKIN A. at 8. mpported T l - ignorina tUvigny. 'Miaa Katia brymoor. Jiignor Vihccnti, Mr. Fred riesmore. Mr. John Ridley, aad Signoruw CaraUaxzi. Aao a powerful variety company. Tun Bevwne. Paul CXnqoevalkb; Marie Uovd. K. ii. Knowlea. Ac Tn - New Eotruce Irom Leicestar - street to privat - boiea. fautauxlAtad box ttalls being now open, pre a perfect circulation of irean air tartusnout taw ncue. rrnuerJ - l taia taeatre tne coolest in Lonooo. xwors open aa iu. I PALACE THEATRE. Every Evening, at 8. Fred Storev. fttrr Prv.le. Fiah and Warren. O. w. Hnataf. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES. Sir, An unvarnished tale of prosaic woe is seldom interesting but, may occasionally be helpful in saving other from like predicaments. Five compulsory days in" Paris in knickeibockers and nailed boots, part of each day being spent in inquiry oSces railway stations, and custom bouses, does not, perhaps, sound a very grievous burden, even when supplemented by a considerable unnecetsary expenditure of cash ; but to the sufferer it is enough, "especially when be or she is conscious that all this loss of time and temper was due to his or her o'wn stupid readiness to take apparently friendly advice. " Many of yonr compatriot have recently been reduced to a similar state of misery by tbe same, cause," said the courteous chief of the Bercy Douane to us as we wandered disconsolately in remote part of the city seeking for our trunks ; and on tbe strength of this information we decided to relate briefly to you the essential and prime cause of all our worry. This it is : There i an intelligent English - speaking official at Zeimatt, perhaps elsewhere also, who resommends returning mountain travellers not to register tne ir of engineering works all over the world. He was chiefly known in England as the founder of the Monmouthshire Crumlin Works, in lS5j, and the designer and constructor of the Crumlin - Viaduct. This wonderful work .pt,n the Crumlin Valley, connecting the counties of 31 oumou tin - hire and Glamorganshire. Its length is over l,C5Sft., and ' the height is 200ft. It was opened to the pubjic ia 185". Another great work of his wa the. Atlantic and Great Western Railway, United States, of which - he was ecgiceer - in - chief. He had also, in connexion with the 3larquis of Salamanca, designed and constructed a large number of viaducts and bridges in Spain and Italy. Jlr. Kennard was the second son of Mr. R. W. Kennard, M.P. The death is announced from New York" of Mr. Joseph Battin, a well - known inventor, civil engi - i neer, and philanthropist, in his 87th year. Among ! other - large engineering, works he devised the scheme j of bringing water through a tunuel from Lake Erie to ; supply the city ot Buffalo. He invented the coal breaker, receiving immense royalties fcr its use, to ' enforce which he bad one suit against the Lehigh t Valley Railway Company, that lasted 20 years, and i piled up costs of nearly 40,000. He also invented a i - . . e . .... , I roaa carnage, Dut aiicr .w.ivears - wors: in perous aud contented.. The selfish interests of the few must give way to the genera! welfare. Cheltenham. ' HENRY P. BAB BAG E. CORDITE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES. Sir, I have no pecuniary interest whatever in any kiud of " explosive," but I feel the rerr strongest personal interest in this country obtaining the best possible powder, whether smokeless or not. I therefore tead carefully anything that professes to give new facts. Consequently I read very carefully Captain Noble's letter on 44 Velocities with Modern Guns and Explosives," pnblihed in page 14 of your impression of February 2 of this jear, anJ I hive compared that with bis. letter on "Cordite" in The Timet Of this morning. ' . To an artillerist both letters are incomplete and tantalixing, and I venture' to .hops that he will supplement them with a little mora precise infertuation on vital points, ror instance, be does not tell us in raters Manlin, Ststen O'Meer. Tha Kellinoa, Pyladea. SesoanMr - naaoos. - A rl o Arctic a. new op - to - Jata asuca. tupponai. by Miaa Magaie Dur - 'aa. Miaa Ada Blanche, Mr. U. C Barry. Mr. Murgan. TO - NlGxlT, t 1C bCAlLAMOUCHlL.paatomiae tall, niattimr. Manager, Mr. CharUt Morton. . MR. HENRY IRVING, Miss ELLEN TERBY, aod th Lyceum Company. TO - NIGHT. GRAND OFEKA - xlUIJaE. Man Franclaco. ' Kteam road camaee. but alter "0. tyears developing the idea was forced to. abandon it, owinz to tne opposition 01 city auti county auinor.t.es. wno j b f , hit wei bt, or volumes of the respective et'..rit.V.ltah. list r.U lrisl.lGaw, it V 9aM It! I ft tTltrhtmTl I r UiVUIf - i'.lt a a aw a w n . - . . - - & horses. After accumulating a large fortune, a few rears aco ne ar.nouncea nis intention to wunaraw Deolali Depot, accepted Lieutenant - Colonelcy. prande ritc'ac, saying that from Switxerland thi pro - With regard to the statement that Capt. n. B. i ces is quicker, cheaper, and in every way better than Scaife, 1st Battalion Royal Sussex Regiment, ha, the ordinary method, ard that he would himself see to been selected for the adjutancy of the Cth Battalion i the whole thing being properly 'done. By grand t Rifle Brigade, we learn that that officer has been I vitttit . accordingly our garment went, with the selected for the adjutancy of the 3rd Battalion Royal ! ultimate result that they took five day instead of one, and cost lOOf. instead of lOf. The amount that they cost in trouble and - anxiety of mind is less easily from all business and devote the remainder of his life to religious worship and charity. He presented his native town, City of Elizabeth, with a building for a free chool, which cost 50,000, at the same time distributing smaller sums to local charities. Joining a sect called " Faith Cnrists." he presented its leader with a" property opposite Central - park, New York, valued at i."J0, - 000, and property in other cities of an equal value. His charities at last became so lane. ADELPHI T1TEATEX. - A. nd S. CattL Sole Pvpnetort and Maesien. Tin 3 EVtNINU. at 8. A WOMAN'S KEVENOE : afrenv Charlea W arner. Chaa. Cartwnght,H. Flemming. J, Carter, , R - BaitEog. H. KuateiJ, aad E. W. Cruin.r; Meadames Marj Roike, Aj Stanley, P. L. Forater. Aaea Thomaa. YrAIETV THEATRE. . TO - NIGHT, and every evening, at 8. LA MASCOTTE : Meant. luggage but to seed it direct to their hotel in I am by , frequent, and peculiar that the Courts were appealed to, and.nis estate piacea in me nana 01 guardians. Our Paris Correspondent announces the death of Sussex Regiment, commanded by the Earl of March. made at the ! The following appointment were Admiralty yesterday : Surgeon Frederick W, Sterieker. to the Royal Arthur; to date September 11. Midshipman alter E. i oodward, to the Wanderer, to date September 14. 1XCUM0XD - MLL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES. . Sir, The statement of. Mr Trevor in your issue of to - day that " the Dysart trustees, if o minded, can cut down erery tree on the common " is absolutely untrue and mistaken. Petenbaxn, B.W., Sept. 11. T. U. HEAD LEY. Firs. A fire broke out hortly after 1 o'clock yesterday morning, at Cms Keys - mews, Marylebooe lane, S.W., ea the premise ot Messrs. F. A. Wells and Co.. com and forage dealers. A baildintr of three floors, about 40ft. squire, was rerr severely damared by fire, aad thiee brse which could not be Induced to Clove were roa.teu to ucau. computed. I trust that the obliging official receive for his trouble something more adequate than the mere tip from, the grateful traveller. A commission from the carrying company may, perhaps, explain his zeal. But whether the advice proceeds irom malicious cupidity or from culpable ignorance, it is. certainly bad advice, and should henceforth be treated as such. We have met with other apparently friendly advisers in our time, notably one at the Gare du Nord, who a tew winter ago, by a little artful " assistance," procured for certain travellers to Italy an incredible amount of suffering resulting very nearly in the death from exposure of one invalid of the party ; but that i another story, though the moral appear to be the tame viz., that no deference to superior local knowledge should lead people to accept volunteered service or to follow advice which doe sot commend itself to common sense. - " Yours faithfully, AN INEXPERIENCED TR1Y13JLER. il. Adolphe Yvon. the historical painter. born at Escbwiller. Lorraine, in lbl'J. studied under lnl Tlp'arrichi - ' was sent br NatKileon III. to the Crimea, and painted the capture 01 .the Malakotl for the Versailles Gallery. This won him the grand' xueuai 01 mc oaiuu iu xoot . TEE LOSS OF THE VICTORIA TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES. Sir, I have read Admiral Colomb' three column in The Timtt of the 7th with interest. I think I understand hi argument At any rate, I hare tried my best to do so and I think also that he is cow only repeating himself in slightly different language. . I w ill not follow his example, which I should be obliged to do if I attempted to traverse, his long letter. . I have said my say, and have nothing new to add to it. If I hare failed to show that the W of the Victoria was not due to a want of common knowledge of the mancearring power of their ships by the late Sir George Tryon'and hi Rear - Admiral! and Captains, then I hare written in Tain. Your readers must be the jury, and. Admits! Colomb is welcome to the supposed advantage of the last address. 1 atu, indeed, an old mend in disguise, and I wa extremely sorry to see Admiral Colomb. start off hot foot upon what I am convinced is a false scent. 1 am. ic. ONE OF SIR GEORGE TRYON'S LATE CAPTAINS.. substance!! he used' in his. experiments, nor does he tell tts what pressures were recorded, tncugh on this point he makes two contradictory statements in his lebruary letter. In that letterttrsajs that cordife .j " has developed no characteristic that would prevent its use ia large guns, while its imokelesaness and its 1 capability of developing, irif A fAe fane prtttmrt., j energies enormously in exce of those which can be ; obtai&ed with ordinxry powder ..." Bat lower ! down in the same .letter he says that " the old; powders appear to maintain their pressures (tcatcA art, of courte. vtueK lotctr) in the forward portion of : He was 1 the gun better than do the new explosives." The italics in loth cae' are mine, for the purpose of drawing his attention to the - passsges which flatly contradict each other, and I will ask - Slr A. Noble which statement' i correct. Tte latter statement is much the fullest, and would appear to be the correct one, because if Le will allow me Jp say to the former statement is a physical impossibility. At least I ' will ask him, ss - a man of science and an artillerist; to explain how . the ame pressure " given out from two different powders can produce different lesults ; and not only different results, but In the one case " energies enormously in excess " of those produced from " the same pressure " given out by the other substance. Of coarse, " the same presuro " can only give the same energy, whether - thtv substance that produces the tValUcw Br - Mmlow.Ctav lXnyerrv George Modle. Htialty. an - 1 Robert Pateman : Miaaea It J Ilia Broughtoa. Katw Ta' Violet Mcnckton. Harold. Ear!, Mil'.a, Clarke, aa.1 Flofeao a John. Doora opealJO. Matiaee. fcatarday aeit. at 2. GLOBE THEATRE. r' Leasee. W. S. Penley. . THIS EVENING, at 9. CHARLKVS AUNT : W.S. Walter Kterard. Erneat H.adr.e, Harry Farmer. StcJ Thorny' TJ - and IL Reeve Swith; Miaaes AiU Branson, Audrey ' fJS - g Cudmore. Nina Booeicault. Preceded, at I, ly . JO - iN P' - "' GOOD. FARMER :. Wilton H trior. Cecil Thoro bury. Male! laa - COUET TTIEATEE. . Fflleee - ind Manarrr. Mr. ArhardudVigil. TO - NIGHT, at t.4i.THE OIHEP. FELLOW . M JT Groves. C. H. Brooklek. Weeooa. Crotwmi'h. W ilfred prafWK. - J - De Lame. V. Wyea. fXmpton CoottA IL Naiaty. Charles tf"" Seymvar Hitka. ydney Wardea. E. IVriram. eMjart ratuj l.ro a. Ellallaa Terrrt. MclnttMh. AMa Jenonre. Preceded. all. if HIS LAST CHANCE: Mr. feeymour Hicks and Miaa Ell aim Irrrita, CRITERION THEATRE, leasee and Manarr. Mr. tliartrt Wrndlam. THIS EV KN iNG. at 8.5CLLA FILLE DE MADAM A5GOT. M ndames DerfT a M e. Am v A nearue, 1 Uidt OorvKuM - AjJict r n, JeBreja.F. France. B. V.r - ; Jlwe foortaj. w rn.WU K Valentiive. W. Dale. C Dareaport. U - xtt"' Vhery. sracdeJ. at 8.15. by POOR MIGNONETTE. lA - ors ipsa at a NOTICES. TEE TIMES it on Sate for 3d. per copy at all raw way bochtalls in England and Wales. rtr, tcAo cannot obtain it are particularly requtstea to coinaciiicate viih the Publuhtr. TEE TIMES can be obtained abroad in . . . (The Time Offiee,35,Bd.desCspncinr, PARIS J ,3,1 t the, principal Kiosqucs. VIENNA The Time Office, I Walfisehgssse, 10 BOULOGNE Memdew'a lihrary. NICE - Galignani's Library. CONSTANTINOPLE Mesirs. The. Cook and Sot. ALGIERS Messrs. Thos. Cook and Sons. pressure is black or white, heavy or light, and I fancy I trace in this statement of Sir Andrew' the mystic - element to dear to the human mind aod the partial survival of an early, aad sot whoUy eradicated, belief in Mmnbo Jumbo. There axe many other points oa which ftrrther information would be gratifying, but the alio'tw poxxla are perhaps enough to set in one day. I am. Sir, your obedient servant. SerJttxnhar 7. . W. TO CORRESPONDENTS. No ncties csn 5krn.! a esei a Sa nf STaCafll rnnvmcrus coixtxnxaicanons. .vca.aiv. f I )r UaVa AAA" BV WAfc! - - w - a - . "af 11 address of the writer, not necessarily for p - ilies tlon, bnt a a .rtaarantee of good faith. We erszM undertake to return rejected eoiataiiueaHoril. Advertisers are requested not to ead &z e,ra avrlera to ba. road TJaVTahle tO M3L. GW"' HOlUemX - ColoaeL 1. lyiA Yil(mtt XC O.

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