A Serious Mattvs. Wig'.-.ts t.ive been raised by tb.e railways east and west, ar.d to au extent that w.'.i seriously ser-iously mtor:'e;e with tho business ci shipping ores arrJ bu'.liea. -s we haTe rewivevi the figures $.5 a ton for ere and $oO for bullion are cow the freights going west; ar.d $3c for ore with tf.;o fer bulliorr are tie frcigits to Omal-.o. This will practically throw a large '..umber '..um-ber of low grade rrir.es idle, as useless, lor tie freightage aloue would swall. w np the entire Tr.'v.e of tie ores. We thick tie raise aa iU-a-ivised movemect on tie part of tie ratlroaa-: but one thing i: will iave a tendency to do: I: will reduce tie quantity ol freight going east and west, and lead to a concentration of business operations opera-tions here to do much work in milling and rtduciiig thru is now done elsewhere.