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NEW-YORK. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER *J, 18?.
TRICE FOUR CENTS.
FORK Hi X NEWS.
THE CUBAN QUESTION.
hKli'l.lP AIAKM OP QBM. ' ' KI.F? 4Mi WIUI
PKAWAL of Bn won rna bpaxish am
Lempo*, S'pf. .j- FTM 711,1? Uni atorainf Bays:
"The Spanish have fouii?! their advantage ?n a bold
display <>f pati i.'isiii anil iiatuuial coinage. They
n.?'t aa Imagined ??'.iront with Imm?diats defiaaoi ;
Ifceagh tlii-ii 'threatened adversar)? Is ten timeamors
powciiiii thaa tbeiawlvea. Sickles is manifestly
al.iiiiu ?l at th? rasait ut lus proceedings, and has re?
eaaated fnrtbei instruction??. IVndin?* ? reply from
Washington be d?siras to withdraw his Bote. Ii Hi i
la astaeHy the position of tho ease Spain owea it te
her own f?ai!???!?.??, which may savoi of BO
reaaaa, bat does not partake of the aatara
o? bravada. Bbs hau daalared thai f
driven to extremity ?he will tight. No (lonht BBS
will. i"?>? lui togaiaadvaataeebydoinaeoisootof
IkeSJUOStioa, luit as matters stand, she would-oeo
i??? !>v win than her adv? rsary. Atnt'iii'ii may fairly
?I?? line aa ens, \ ;. tOTJ ?mi sueli onerous ami partial
i? uns. 11.? people and Government of Spain i
salved net to pari witbCnba without a struggle? A
estates! wonld ?til.v ieaull in tb? sacrifice oi Cuba,
<?iiip!?<l with other and slighter losses. Sickles ex
pected ao sncb resistance as his note has provoked,
Possibly, iii the face ol Bin h opposition, bis proceed?
iaga n.ay he qualified or ropniliatod by his Govern?
in; !.:. Ii is bi lieved ti; it be ? x< ? eds his authority,
and thai Aararica ia aol reopoailbh ferhieaet?
IBS I..-Ill- Of A Will W1?I Till INMLlt
//( Wsadswf thlaks tho has ol Cuba, and [terbaps
I'.ut?! Bbn. winiiii ba the eertain raaull oi a war
With the United States. Ileio Die mischief f? i
Baaia weald ead, after oseas month. ..i i i -.?t. loi
she must agree to pea??. 1 >.11 tins niih.luel wonld
lunik.' with it ao'eerrassaaadiaagood t? tho United
Kt.it? s. War wouiii raus?? sorteas iatarraptioa of
lui ??.nun.Tee. and result in the wholesale <le?tiu<
Heaefher shipping. It is m.t probable that th?
Ann-man (i?'?eiiuii?'iit will inteil-ie _B] Im .bei in
the affairs oi Cuba.
?0 v' Ali M L Willi BPA1B?MBOIATlOa m
M'IK II I MV l?K( 1.IM D.
\V??)iiv?.i,,v. s, pt. B,?After the return of the
Preside?! ttaiaasoroiac, and particalarlj ss be Bswal
m vial bears with Beeretary Rah at the Depart
in. lit ?.f St..te. min h an_i?!ty WaseXP ??ni Ii? .-ul
taiii the ? liara? ter of tho conference, th? BDppOS-t-Oa
iwn.g that it had referen.? to our relaiion.s with
Spam. Thin is probable, bat there is no authority
for the positive assertion. It is certain, however,
that no action was tak?-n in the pieiuiscs. It is
already known that BBBM time ago Minister Sickles
wan instnu'tt'd to oiler tho United Slates Govt-n
inent an a mediator between Spam and Cuba, repre?
sentations having been made to it by iv.?i>. ttablo
parties who had visited Spain ainl obtained inter?
views with prominent petaaBBgei that its
friendly office?, would meet with f.-un, ?an h ofl?is
not being uin.ouiiui.ii in our own history and that of
athel nations. Minister Sickles approachedfctbo
.spaii.?h Government upon the siih>?'i and had the
?l?-Kir?d interview. Contrary to BaSOpeasi t?llegrassa,
there is no reason for IB|fNMta-g that tb
Government took ott.nse, or has sought lo involve
other Governments in its action. The Spanish
Government, after maturely Masideriag the prof
1? red mediation, has thanked th? Ci;:-.- States
Government for its friendly dil bal i? m t
wilhug to agre, to our BOOOaUBOdation between
Spam and Cuba on the i? uns proposed, [be ended
the matter ?imply i? that the mediation is declined.
OES. HOKUM vini?i?-\ikii?his ? ni i:-f. i
WaauaOTOii, Sept. -'-.?The stnitattonal die
patches cent from this city to New-Yoik ]a.-i
avealag. in regard to Gea. Blettes, ceores la
th. treatment of the Cuban ??urstion at the
Court <?f Madrid, have ssads bo lBi_acaslon hen,
where the truth is known. I have the authority ?>1
a high officer of the Gove.rnuient for the stat.-m.-i.t
that Gen. Sickles lia? acted ?tin th ap to th? _BB_TBC
tions given him on hi.? ?lcparture. The Se.r?
tary of State has been in dail] < njntuuiiirai mn
by cable with Gen. Si? k les for the last two v ?
BsJeraOsskMeklselefl ??vaehiagtoa t??t Madrid, ii
had a long and free coiivcrsati'ui with the Pi. sidei.i
in i.gard to tlie Cuban ?jiH-stiori, and their views OB
UM BBBjOOl did not Van in the .east. When Sickles
was about to take his departure, the ('resident !??
marked that he (Sickles) knew l,?tt? i than any other
man m the com try his ideas about the Spani-li
Government, ami ?it- ?imstion agitating the public
niit.il con? .rnmg th? 1-, md of Caba.
THE Qft.s'IIi N ?IK TIIK THIioM..
Mauki'., W??rn ??Jity.Seiii. j
The first subject of disenssion before (he Cortee,
on reasnembling, will be tho choie? ol a Kin?. <'f
tlie candidates thus far BaggOStOd, t lit- King o? Po
Baga! MMfMtt to be tlie favoflite.
A treaty of connu? I land and i
Will soon be eomp>eli-?l. ?
-?KIM AHUIVIlii--\ ?MllM.I ll.'IN' I
KAI'?U.K?.N k?k TUB I i!:;??.M..
fien. I'lim ha* i?niine?l fioin . Sooa sftCI
his arrival a Cabinrt I <>?%< il was held, at ? hi? !i t
vaa aaaarvad la aee every effort i i ibaaadto
dtapateh more teeopi to 'he Islaad? J ii r?rragona
aflair wat also <li.??ii-.?i ?I and Strong BXBSBrOSWei.
jiiojsiM'd for the areservatioo of publie order, ft
-?apoieon is spot tor the throne.
KKfl Kl.lf AN itl.^'iN?) l:\IIi m AM? BXl III Ml M
?oKUKic PON i in. a in:km < H <.< \. nun; \i?.
Gen. 1'ierrad arrived at TSBTBfBBSOU i ut.?.l.iv. and
the Kepublicane mad a gn-at ?i? inonstiation fa
l??ii.?ir. Mu? I? ?? >i :? :m ut i r. vailed, Bad thSffS Bfl IB
seoss ?iisttirban?as in the ssreets, dariag which the
he? leUiry of the Qoveratl was killeil. 'The Goveiu
ineiit authorities thaa took ligBroaS step? to i. stole
s?i?lef. \Jauy p? i ?n?i? w?tro arrested, lite Republican
el n I?? dispersed, aid the \ ol.int? ? i? of Liberty ?vale
gn-arined. Au oui? r has le? I issued foi the a.n?t ('I
H.k;mi oi '.i-'N. PIBB-UD?
i saaaaoaa, Vedaesday*l-pt. H I
(???n. Plesvad bas ti??i troai Tsilogeas to Valencia,
It is reiMirted that be WBafStOpped at Jot tora an J
M init i o. Wednesday, Kept 22
H? publican papei- n< ra disavow and reBfohata
the violence commit??-d B?1 'lanairi.na J.?_ent S? r
lauo will leave IhM <-ity. probably tins week, im the
baths of Albania.
TIIK CECI MKMCAL COUNCIL?
oriNioN- oi- ?aiii_.it iiudvniK's paon .
I eSTDOS-, W. ilm ??lay, Bssg. :'l, USB
Thf Dailg M_fB-pl culimal? s tho de. i.ualion of
Father llyacinlhi a- meiely one of thmiiany matul?i
talioiiH revealiog the commotion in th?: Bumafl Cath?
olic Church which promut.?? to inak.? the (Kciimeiii
eal Onucil tlie oc?a.i?m ol anything but spiritual
,**C*' I'* Kl?. We.ilie/?da.\. Hepl. _3. lit? 1.
Le fB-9aa_fetlM noble .uni uiaiaaaoaa aaasrarel
Pi-.re Hyaciiithe. will ? ie.it?? an iiiiiii?ns?i afleel ?< i
bearing BI it ha*? BB th? ? \e??l a m? al < ?.un?lit II is
truly a xigu ol th? tii
ielHMsiaei thettpiaitap Ihot tho attitude el the
earuem and eliMjU? "'-)"' * '" ' ****** -BOSl ?Mnisea
irreat inlfuen? s in the i1" v' "' Brieis "' Ike ?"Imi?-h.
*Jt I'l.TKAMilN'I '.VK l?l< l?l'?N LOOKBO l"i im
-n b'ATlOB ?.KAvr..
I'iki-, aJeaassgaj Bssji ..?
ThaAaraaisVa fMaai looks iii??n the laligieas
?itoationanone fraurhi with sstioas couaequeo?
Itmnaid thai -he eossBig??aaaeii al Roan wUIbmoI
?inly to ratify the <l" ' l""s "' ?? "'" * BltiaBBBll M I
..iii.mittec. Jim ti.? attitfl i ? >> '?' ?aaa and
/.mri-aii I..-I..?"" aaitheenaalaiata ?d ?u..?!'
>rm.?i. aaaissiassasa. *?i??^ ""'' "? .! '?'
Council will Bot Im so ra\v Md dirai t II W|| U '
POtod . ?f the ?yittttiu? ti il.in].I,?, t Will I.?' '-?it!
?IttHl-?i ;uh1 tlip triumph ein OBlj l'i ? i ! ?
nn CSOWM ii.iv i. 10 vim; i ..yii ? i ii-:
MAI I?: AIToINTmkn I.-.
Hl-ltl IS. W'tiilitMil.'tv ft j '
'i in ( n.?ii run.? Frederick William will - .?ii
part lot \ lextiiulria, 11? int<ti?Im t<> bo present at
epeetfng of tli?' Bate. Camal I'.aion \oii W.itl
formerly MinisHi t?) AnStr.?, ha1? l.i'iMi ii|.|iiii!i
Minie?:?'!- to France,and Prise?, Beut hu bean
pointed Miniate! to Anstria.
TUKKEY AND K??TPT.
A NOTF. WHOM ITALY.
1 rolUM K, Wetlncs.luy, Si ft,
Tli?' l.'.ivcmmcnr km rta-iit a ?ircular tt> tho Ital
If inietere at foreign raorte, pointing out tbe?
menial ant! political interests of ltah in Eg] ?it, ;
expteeeiug the deeire tli.it tho Porte will net In ne
dilatory manner on the points yt't unsettled?,?.
Tilt: roKTK ri i.sisrs in m DBMAKD.
(???M-TA.NTiNoii.r, Wedneodo_r,^<*pt._?_?, in
I iif Siiiiiiinu Port? perneta m it? demande ou
Vtecroy ?if Bgypl in regard to tli.? powet of tho lat
to taiM' loans, ami refuses to inako any OOnOti-eie
TBI TKAC?: 0OX6S188.
1 at ?asm:, Wi'.ltii'rttl.iy, Sept. B, IM
Tho I'nivrisal Peaee Ot-BgW i* now in st"s
here. Teeterday ?? baaojaol was gitan the delegnl
Victor Hugo wai present, and offered a looet te
Republic of the (Jutted Btatea Mi- Mini be fell a
that, imitating the example <>f ?merina. Kur?
would ?-i?-ntiially become a federative rapnblie.
1 KAN? K
Paus, Wedaecdar, Sept Branlai
The Emparer presi.leil nt the Council ??f Minist
A banquet anil fete WON ft~e0 in this ci
\t?t?r.lav. in f'otiiiiii'riiorati?iii of theTwi'iity-lirst
TiiK LAT? MCi'.niK.
Evidence bae been dioooTeced which leadi to t
belief that tba woman and Ira ehildnrn wbowt
tiim ovtTt-ii dead tin?? traen weee miuderad by I
bnabaad andtddael ??on ..( the family.
TIIK KVAM.KI M AI, AM.I AN? K ? DR. Si HA! I
?.! CM AN 1)1 1.1 ?it I I -?.
?FROM AN iKVASfoNAl. ftiltHl Ml'iiNfFNT 1
Sti'iK-Aiu, Si'pt. ;>.?A religiono meeting of m
ridenble interest to tli?> American pnbHe took pin
in this city yesterday, at which the prapOBOd Gonei
Coaforaaeo ot the Eraagebeal Allianee which le
bo held in New-York in fViplOBlb.il ?if next \f.ir, i
etdead Ihe most eettHal reeognition bom on? of t
leading eooleataetica] organisationa ol Germany. 0
excellent townsman, the Kev. Dr. Bebaft additee
the mealing in an elocuent speech, which ezcit
universal interest ati.l admiration. It is ai petit
' that the Efangetteal Chrietiane of Germany will
largely luproooatod ia Ihe fonf-mpnoit lir. Behi
presentid an BTganl invitation to tli*?<.?-rinati lrn-n
of tlif Alliance, in the namo of th.? Amelia
church.?h. to take part in the Conference, II
awakened ? atrang deeire in many of them to nndt
take the eoyage. Ha dwelt frankly <m tnediflcnlti
of the enterprise, m ?-?.-il an on tbe advantage ? tb
would at cine to the canst! of nliiriiiii hv MMh a t
union tif the repr?sentatives of the < ?hi World ai
the.New. It is estimated that admit III delegnl
will he preeent from the d_-fcran1 eonntriee ?if r.
rape? among them Profcooore Dorner and Tholac
Dr. Wiehern, and other tuctinguiehed celebriti? s
Genoinn Proteetantiam. Dr. Bchaff li about to r
turn to New-York, where the Report of hie EoropM
mission -?ill be awaited -with peal interest, i.
TIIK AKilKNTINK CONFEDERATION.
POPULAR COKPIDKNt I. I\ BARXIEHTOI ?.?.vi R?
.Ml NT?mg 11 l".l 1 - \N IM III. AM St. l.i.Vi
lii in...s Avuks, Ante. it. The Government of Pie
nh-iit Suriiiientu lias nut \i-t been six nn.utli?. in e*
iteiiie, i.ii t it baa already, i>v the ttiedom whieb bi
marked ite note, woo foritotdl an exalted place ?
regarde of the people. Inepiteof the efltari
more o? lern bj ?tematici put furtii by the I Ippoeitic
to . mbarram the Administr?t um. Ike great miijorit
of the population, both natives and fonii/iiers, ai
fully alive t.? th.- eaeiaeal qoalit.ee which diatti
luiak the Pleaidenf. and gratefnlly eppreoiaie ti
efforte hi- is making te promete th.- moral and mat.
rial interrate of the ooontry. it is Celt thai th? n
public bae enterad apone non career, foil ol Im
liant pi ..mice, end there is every eoofldenoe In th
di nt tint in? will mure than redeem the plodgt
be gave when entering opbnoffloe as Chid Magi
trate of the Confederation.
The budget of the next financial yam ibowi
.i..,.. of *?'? 000,000, canned principally by the cur;
ordinary expenoec ?.i the Paraguayan war. 'I'd
deficit? howerar, craatee no nneaeinem whatever, i
the annual raraone ol the i ountry is r.i|iiili>- inereai
ing. th? total raeeipte f??r the paal Been] yeai bavin
reeebed du- unprecedented sum <>f |14,00IM>tn< lleai
while it u not impoeaible that the Gorernment au
ahortly negotiate a foreign loan?with the riew o
extinguishing the Boating debt.
The Executira having vetoed the measure fo
removini.' tin; nalional capitel, lint lu? ther considera
ti'.ri o? the nutation ***** '"'" deferred till nei
waeinn The .Minister of Publie Instruction be
? i. i'.'ir?. fot authority to ap-nunt tan ad.ii
tional Profeeeon at theUnlTOnlty of Cordova am
tb? national eollegea, in oammanfa? matten th
teadenc] la toward iraater activity, and during th
i.i-r fortniakt much animation has prevailed in th
t,l.\. \S Kill'.".? 1.11 PICIM v WITH 111 K lilt \ZII.IAN
t.?)\ I IINMI.MI? HIS OOXUUCT UKri.DIATKI
Bl ?K? BBTAB1 PISH.
l.iii .IaM-ii;<>, Auif. J'i.-'l'lie principa] event of till
past month has hcen the publication m tho olli< ia
journal here of a dispatch addnacod hy tho lion
jiaiiiiituri Fleh t?. M. lioinii ,1. .J. (?. De Magnl
baana BrasUiaa Minieteral Waahinaton, expraatini
the dieapproral by the United Btatee Qorernmtmt o
the conduct of it? .Mmi-fer, Gen? Webb, on the mil)
jectof tnomiaunderetoading with the Gorernment
of Uia/ii relative lo thedemaadi in thaeaaeoftlM
?hip Canada. Tho JeOowing ii Mr. F_ah'i letter t?
M. Do Ifagalhaeaa, date?l isth June la??l :
"UBI Von are aware that Mi .1. W, Wel.li, tlnlte.'
HtaU's Mini?ftrat Rio Janeiro, tuu UmmucBI proi.er t.?de
ruanrt his i)a.?-j)..ria from ih?r i...\. nitn-nt <?f lirazll, ir
eooaeaaoacc MtbeuafaTerable iDterprotatloe which h?i
litts put uiMiti the ap?wer Uia tlsinainl ivhirli he litul re
oeiveil orders to address to that (?oTcrnnierit on the suh
leet oi Hi. '('ariarta.' Hut as ho h_wl reeeived usitheror
durs nor nntliority to _u,t as lis, has d?me m the iiroum
sttvncBS, the (.OTeniinsrit ol the 1'nit.v.l Htait?'* hop??? thai
n ?. .ii'lint, le ?shied it hna ?-ikfii no part, ?ill not be re
?arded by the Oateramenl of Brazil as iiiterruptiriijr atu
Ki.iiit diiilotnatic relations between tho two Govern?
Tho Emperor of Braail, la the ecereieec?fthapaw?
OH -.'???n him by law. ha?. i?-e-.l I doCNe susrKtnd
lug 1er the epaee of two yean both lemon and aa>
poii dntiee on all anides of tnaat-g-ptiM dratiaed
im i lie ].i,.'. nu t-ni llattoGraeee.
l!c. i\.. S?pt. 31?Kreniuc The Spanish troops
bade ' ' with the rabbin near Camaeiiado.
Mixteen ??i the lattes tailed.
THE m w dominion.
tS IMHIIi.V l\ ?uir.li IHK MT. < Itlsl'IN
I',,idas, tb? tniir
. - i-, Merray tay?eo Mee
Amt. i i l . ? ?? i'ii"iei?<1 hi?mleflaa
bai Innocence, and refused the cm ?-?lati?? of relnrl?
in _fl brOUgkl face to fue? with _B fSlS on lbs MB_M
wBoo i?? ? on'i????? ii his gaOt,aad repeated Hamas, t;
sseeatleo waseaaraatarlasd ti>- a petal-] aaBbratel La?
dent 1 lie rope was lelt tini iotii:, so that wl?^ tAe tu
M! I'?,ti as fell to the ?round. <>n Ma knem. if? ??
taken up ni?aiii, ami tlie rope ahortened, ao tl_f w Inn j
fell tlie set??! it tlliie ill? law ?va? Vilnl.t'al?'il. TU? hall
man. friuii Montreal, was saul |o ha\? been ntn.icat?
at the time of the exeeuUoa. Mesara Woodlm ha?? ?ii
cliar-ed from then hoot niauufaitni v all Hi? iii'n l? l.m
log t.? tin- St. Crlspis Bociety, a peetoral letta ?a? rm
la the Borneo CalBolle ( nurebea condeanha the .
? iispin Association,and refusing ebeolutloo otboee
us member? who belong to the < itbo Ic ? nurd. r\lf. y
Crispin Booiety are ou a strike m Montreal un? Toroal
Prtuee -rtbui made a number uf baadaoaM p?sent*
?n.'.,,. agallarles before leaviag Qaebec.
a DOUBL1 m: ki?i n.
Si. .idus. N. H., Bapt IB.?I'mUiei inreal
.-rations eoneeralag th? discovery o? the AsMsBa ,,f
woman and Child near I.ocli I.onioml, leave no d?ul?t th,
a doable murder hes hsea committed, a mai eosm
Km ? is m custody on enapieioB <?f beiogthe gaily pari
ntitl th? ?nula ? .n? ?nppii??U t.? ne tboat ?'I blsmfeai
chiitl lim att.nr ?Ma??? greet eitntement laibecoi
luiiinty. A terrilic thunder ?torin occurred at Uirmonl
yc-tt niay BMroiag. 'iiie hoBss of Joseph Uamitou wi
atrueh ii-,- ih? llchuilng mu? Mr. Hamilton aim hit wl
InataoU? hilled. The Bones ?a* selon uiea.dab_?
ttddaadsajBlerperiehsd mtii? Baaoaa
l\?l II TO I UK VMIIMCAN I I Ml.
London, <?nt., Sept. S3.?An enortnoai erorw
rlKlted th? i -ity t? ?l;iy. . " 1111 > 90,000 ?Han.-' i - ,ni\e,l b
?pedal trains. Addremis were preeented toitn oei
Young by the City council and Board ol Trod ut hi
At lo'eloel l'ritic? Arthur, with Oot Oe_ Yaag.rod
to the Industrial Exhibition groonda, where rtilreuM
??. ? re preeented by the Agricultural sad Art Ho
Prince sod Sir John Young then wool through heexh
hi I loll. S lier? an ?lili! un i.i s t rOWd WSS pt?
An American tlag, which had i>??'ii hung In th decon
Hone, waa pnUed down and ton t? piecet si
Mm ii excitemenl peovaOod.
A CAI.IMT MKIIIN?; Id III; 111 1 |. in hf?m
?'..NM'IKiN OF IHi: NAVV- \ M'V'WA
l'lllfJkl I IHK NkW .11 1't.l? ?111 \t. AS?
IN '1 Bl < ACINI I ? IHK HUM
( i.FUKs oboamizimo roa m incb?se o
IBT ill MBAPB th TUB TBIBPBI I
I .??iiiM.ii.s, BTedseeday, a pi .
The I'res'.tl? tit hat call'-?! a BBSOttag Bf the Qsnael f?i
to morrow, foi the puiposc Of ffSOOtViag tlit.i IMBtSi
the eoudltion of Id? ? xe? utivo l.ii'iness.
forty eiK'lit iron -cuds are now in a BSS?ffOiBi Onditio
ami i?-atly for num.-di?t? BBS, an.1 by UM 1MB of Jicceii
her next from II t.i jo slsopB sad frigatoo wMk read,
a priject is t<< i>? brought n> tii? .lit? n'?.!. ?.: ?agrew
lit the next siOStOB, to make a SOW innuih for Hi MlsaU
Blppl i: rer, hy a eaaal si aw at aapaottyoa lbs i_- of ti?
BOBslSbsd .faun s I.iver and Kanawtia Cinal. SMSBII
ino'iiitaiiis in \ irt'ii-a. I In pi.'pti?! tl ui'tk w." il lu v
miles loiiu, ami weald audn s seattaaoas aaaaassBSss
iiication from the M'a westward to tin: I7.iasnu.ii ?if navi
gatl"ii :n lbs -IlBSSBBppI Valley. It is claimed |_t,saol
a ?\?uk would laeroosa tin- volas si Hesters noduooi
haadred mllUoao a year, wbOocbeepoalaffhtsd m ta
l'.ast, liecatis?, as ??Iun.it. ?I, W?st?ni gru?a weed sum
lull two tlunls of the freight OOWpOld hj the ?insume
ami tii? prodaeor to the eantsr.
la addition to lbs slaaelrenlt Jadgaa sseoabeaei
Jodldsry eetef Qnareos, IBs Pressseal la isHaimd ii
app.niit oh? ASSOClatC J.istti ?i of tbeJBepn inH ?It, to 111
the raeaaey saaasd by tin- death ol the ut? j untie?
?vayas, k?! thin posttasasevesal porosas,ssoonf tbea
uf siti" Hi' nil.tudiclal knowledge, have twen nan ?I It Ii
aowatated tbat tbeoO-eewBI be taadered to gtec-MB
(i'-ii. Bear, thus reamrlag, m ease al hm ?.-pram?
and confirm?t.OB, tl.? objection soastaady urr?! thai
Ma-, i, haSSttal liai- tWO tinilil.cr? in !li? ( ahmet
As to the new BoerOtary Of War y?l i<? SB apoluti-d
i?, lisiamos! Is made to daj tbal Jodgi a.u ? ?*. ?.? n
SI Si H",l de?,res the pOOitiOO, and ?hat IfeOTO is p doiit.t
therefore,that be w:ii laeolve lbs semtaatm, Tim
opiiiimi is leaadedoatbe fact that Hm Prsapatwm
spon th. petal si teaderlag lbs eo_k ? t-< J ad to ^.it jnai
prior to iiaiiiiiijf ?i.'ii lUwlius, and that (?rn. tant in
fuiiiicil a MaMacbiKM-ttM CS-VSSSSassa that BSMSa?ad
to appoint Mr Unit. HeVOrtbObMS, t.'ti <i'itii?i olitaltu
,n high i.illcial < ir?l?-s that I ?nnsylvanla ?lili
oOlce, it hOtag OOBOOiOd tbal that |Ma!?- shnulilM- repr?
kClited III tii? ('ali)tnt.
I Attorney l?en. Hoar has SSdse > ousldcral.on a (BSB
tion Miliinitti-d t?i him by t11?' M crelary of the >raaur>
sad Iba OssBSBlssssaer sf htoraal Ibraaawa, whmmi sa
?nil er of Internal Keveutm can In- ^ 1 !.?-v?-?1 any |r c^nt
ai;?' in ?as? of collei'tnui of p? i..ilt:< -? fur Tmlau'i nf UM
l'.?-\ eir.ii latvs. 'I h? matter lias tM-ei, before tlnt'iiitrd
Hal? ? mint court. wbls_|by|dlvsrsB sflalaas in? left
th? iHiiut -till in (louht. Tii? poaeral Bftaloas-Boag
,.s is that the ?ifTii rr Is eiitltl. ?1 to th? fee? SMB lie
Is lbs laformaat, aad largo oaam sre Aepea?eatm iba
Attiirncy (.? in ral's deeMoa, S Im Ii l.r I lpc. l? ?1 a fe?
ih?. In partmeiit ?',. ik? hete ar. StTgSBltlag for SWlbSI
nn.vein?ml on ? niiirn-a? next B int? r. to ?.. STS ? |?t cent
Increase on their salarien. A meet in?.' of cleiki>f# thl-i
parpase is sattsd 1er lo?morrow srssaag.
Tbsrs is ssassfssabto aasMssseal lier?, aniontriho???"
lab rsatsd m CabaB sd?_n_ it is saly kaows tbal iijmr
taut iiiU,ll?K?'?ice has Imcii received, cotinriiiata. ol
win? h Is eSBOOBBd wi tin it m\ few days | until tin u via! is
now receiveil will not In- !iia?|e pnMlc. It !s BBBSlta thai
it ??.ill seaatderably influence th? situation.
The iiniiaii ?.iin? m rssatilag lbs saaaal r. p??rt4f it?
Miiniid.iiatc?, tniint of wiueii pressai ladles affaiima
varyfavoiablo ii^i.t. Tboroora no hostile lad . ? i I
of tti? BOOby Mountains, except a few Una,I otlaw
lininls whlcli are WltbOBt BSppSfl frnm their trll.ru.
i he aiiinia!|iii<totlagef lbs Methodlai i phs "pai f-u?iay
BebOOJ Unlnli fur IblS I'inlni-t was held vesterd.iy. t r?
psrtwas read glftag lbs loBowtag ilatietlea aooe^iog
tn? I'liloii: 'i'lier? STS Ml ?Hi'' rs, '7 tea? her' l'A
BlblOOlOSS B Molars, 871 Infant il??s scholars,S.l U
s, hobUS In what may BS cii!l??l tho oalli
schools, ami HI SS_OOSB, lOOOBOn und sefciars
in tin' missiuii BSbOOlS, making a total uf l,*si'J offlcei ami
?ebolara tat ?mr Baadayeeboobt Iba avsrafs tmfti
am ? since tin- fltst ?Huinlay in January last was '.,., I.?
mg three fifths of the wbole sambsr, Twelre BSaeei
have missionary soi ieties in tto-ir churj.'?, four hav.>in
parases aselemee, ami on? si heel a " MchoUn ai?i
Boelety." Ifeses mlmaoaarf suck tie?? uavo tishfssd
?luriiiK the juist year t-,f>l9 27 for th? mission eSSB at
BOOM aud ahroad. I lor? aie 7,60? hOOBS in th. ir lihrrles,
and l,r,oo H und ay OObOOl paper?, and more than .,000 B-??n
leaves are elrculufi-d weekly.
A series of highly inteie-tlii- BBStSboa of bSSS*bS ?re
announced to take place on the Kn.unds of IbC Natuial
(lull in this city, on 1-iiday and Saturday, WblSBWill
?louhtlew? create ?julto a ?tir in hase hail circles here To?
luol row BOgbt a party composed of about BOW ty "i
Slgbty ?f t'?e mcmt.ers of the, veteran Km? k? t hi (.?-r
Club of New-York, and of thf flSSSBOT < lull of l?m
lyn, will have JSTSSy 1 lty for Hum < ?ty d-.-it,
for the purp?,se of playuiK their homo and orno
gaSSS on tl'?' National lias? Hall (?rounds, und ao to
play Kami's with IBs National ami Olympien uf Hals Ity.
iiiti pregraanae is sefe-ssww Bsp! ai sTaisbatimiihiTB
Kxcilsior, on National (Jroiinds, at 1??| a. ui , Ex?:?ll??r
vs. Olympic, at -_ p. in.: Kept. 28, Kxcelsior vs ?rilyiplc,
ut ?if p. ui. rresident (?rant Is to he an Invited kuciou
the occasion. Tho visitor? will return home on the fcxur
day night train.
About |IHO,000 in fractional currency waa receive at
tho Treasury Iiejiartmeiit this mSTOlag from the link
Note i'rlntiiiK OSSSpaBBBB In New-York.
During the absence of the President au ?lisant hillird
room has been cuiistructed for his use m the Kxecuve
Mansion. The roouiis Iiandsomely fitted up. and wais
? <?t??d with narrow atnps of walnut and North Caxotoa
[GKSSKAL IKSaSH PISP1T1 II 1
President (?rant ami family returned to Waslunxtm
thla uiorulng. HecreUry Coz anil Attorney t?o
Hoar called upon buu ?non after hia ana.val. il?; ?ui,?
(luentlv vlslt??l the Iieparrtnent of fltate.
The Secretary of tlie Treasury has authorlxed the pi?
ment of coujmiiis falilnn du?, on the 1st of November upo
a rebate of interest at the rat? of 0 per cent p? i annum
In order to supply the prrsslinz demand for small note
for circulation. IBS Controller of the Currency i* willig
to receive note? of l??riy> denominations frtun Natlonl
banks .their own nwuei and give llieiu In ??ii'iia_(fi. not?
of smaller denonutiatlous with aa little delay a? possibl?
F.very facility will b? aiTorded to tbe banks in uiakinl
?uob exchanges, that tho public may be aocobimodate?
with small note?.
The argument in the Rcbureman trial was conclude?
to day. Tho caae will tie itlveu to the Jury U> lou.ruw.
FAII.I'KK OF THE ?IIlKItlAN A-TKOBOMirjU? EX
San Fkan?imo, Bapi 21.?The Uuitwl States
Bteasssr Meatoaae-ataraal from Liberia to-night with
I'r.if? hsors Hall and Roger? of the Hnited Hwtea Naval
? n.-. i vittory ut Waahlnirtoii, who went north to observe
the edipse. The eip?<ditioii was a decided failure. Tbe
tuaiun iiuuOjii i .uv<i lu? Jal? M. k?? aaeSorcd is
Itnmo harbor. The antroiioroleal partv erected an eh
Mivatury on Napkum 1-1 pit. which sir Tvlagt re led ss a
??latino, while Mi. Hall prnreeded to tho chief pl.uf ?-.
l.rrpil fur ntiHcrvinir the sclipsf. The wratiu-r win fuvoi -
able until half an hour before '? tho contait,'' win niltnso
'?n?.ul.? iili-tiinil the sun, and this ftiii.liti.ni ft! limn/?
eontiiiueil until half an honr after " the .--.re-ti?," when it
cleared oft a? before.
TIIK RMMTATMM fiYSTKM?St;< <?*. OF TIIK
St. Ultrig, Mo., Btpfc 2...?(}?>n. VV. B. Ilazen,
Commander of the Department of I_ower Arkansas, in
m in. ii i? embraced me lauen Reservations, armed hero
yenterday. The Republican this mo rn in ?r gives an ei
tinilt'ii mico u nt of tho Imliaiis nn those reservations.
There number is ai follows: I'heyennes, %'iOil; Arrapa
lioes. UM, Kiowas, MVl Apaches, l.iCO; Cotiianches,
3S0, In addition to th.-ne there are about l.ooo Cu.l.las
aiiiMVachttas. tnOMM has not at.teinle.1 the apnrulfti
ral ojier.itions so f,i-, but improvement? in this diiectinn
?ue expected in the eenrm ef time, as the ladle?
eeqalro habits of .ndaettT There was much trouble
m i.m> titni., :in,i the f.-itiur.? nf the rcBDrrattnn
MAtein rnu-t imiiiinoiit in consequence of the ill
raoliBg exetted amont: the Indian* from rini
brlOf transferred from the Military Depart?
ment. Hut the ol?! Hvtein was rcctcrod. end matters
wiiiliui sun,,,idly ?gala. The d?lierai thinks it w In:
comiiit. In. .1 ?. n|.|i;ii,iit thai. Ihr only .?.ilvatliui fur the
Indian ami meint* to our hCCd-Mf settlein. ut-?
I"1 m tli?? ri'M'U ?tiuii Hy-.ti.iu. Tat your.? tht>
iiiiinitis have moan paeaod wectward by the
tide of clvlli/.iti.in , hut now there Is M Wed ti. pil.lt
thrin to; tiny are being ?urroiitiiliil ami lieiiiuii?rl in uu
all ??.I.?, ami n ????i in.ii:? tit locality for the feeble reiu
tiatit?. uf the tribes: lia? be? inn?- a m re??ity. In r.'.'ard tu
the " i?ti.ikii ?y?;, in ?? tin- ?.iiuiiii Bars i he . boo? la .ul
v .nitaijitiii?, and work* writ. The Iiidi.ni ar.t tlmling out
that tho Qaahorc ur.? eawaarted ic their efforts foi ?the
.ihirlloralmil nf fhnr COtldilli.il, illld th?! 111 a _. ill.) ll.lllCHt
?n the dispenalon ol the ration?, and ennultleo. Doctor the
obi i-ysteui the --fente ncldoin lived with the tribes, while
tin- ne w uirelilH abide with them, ead t_u. is also a ?re.it
advantage. All that wa.?. wanted was an linnet admin
i?l rut inn, and Hint Hi.? ftaohei* art? giving tbeni. Tho
only trader?? allowed un the retan atlonn aie Tust I ladera.
Une ate appi.mied I. v the J)r|..w lim m ? 'nliiiiiaiitlii, ai.d
are under military mitin, rit v. The ?maker agi'htn now
there ara Brtatoa D. Arllaajtaa, f?r tin?. Arnpaaece ead
rheyciitiiH.and L??ete latem, fur the Oomaaebeaai.ii
Kinwrt. Tin ?e agenta are ei.ararteri/eii by the Oeaeral
um men ot groat iiidiinlry and iiit?-?;r;ty. The QuahetS KM
bringing uu tin ir t,? n men, h eaploy?s a)n| BBttllClltB n
.ifi. altara! and -M-UcI-mI operattoaa
. i.svriiiN?; urn ng DMnOTBD?- lin.i- y: gOfl
CiNfiNNATi, Sept. 22.--A fnimi' In.list' on
Ceatratara? wee burned lacinia?It Uwni eeeapletfm
? ?li.i|i. IwaUlam, ami a hii1im.ii. [aOBO, tlt,l?_n ; inmiriil
im ?t.mio. Three yoaag t)?.y? earned Moataa wore burned
lu dt .Uli.
lili NUTI Kl KK IN ltd. RM i i:.
1!?.. iir?u.i-, Bcpt J-'.-Tin-. ?Iiy fOOdl stt.ri?
ef Morgan ?V Htcven?, the dru?: stores of Dr. Van Karren
.ii.d ('illM'H A Kox, th.- f.im y rea?l ?tore of Mum Hudson,
the post. ifMie, ami the Odd Keiitiws' aad Good Tetaplarc1
hall?, III the villagr Ol Bomloeh Lake, wi i.? d.?t r..> til by
III?' yesterday, l.om, llj.otsj; partially n.iured.
i LVQI uni: a r oil < itv.
on. Citt, r?'iin., Sept. 22.-A laiii ur?? brake
out this morning at the Standard ?Ml Works, near Put?
burgh, it eemmeaeed cheat ?i o'clock, and was sun
r.n.-.i;|_- :,.?t evening. All efforts to extinguish the fire
have ?o tar pion ii fraitlcH, nn?! ?t i? Ihooah the oatlre
work* will be tit >tn.v.?l 1 lie lues is nut yet kuown.
iMVLlisvi i-is OOgVUXIOl BB <>M> da v.
Hi kkai.?i, Sept. 22.?The iiioniiiii?; hour w is
?areiipleil with a conferencefand prayer meeting. At |
iiv.'ni the ?nuil, ii meumed ItoaccMoa? Ddcfoem weee
preeent bom 23 "states, the OeamMHco en reaiwirtlel
Woik reported as follows- 1 In year liTO ?ail! hi tin- Mm?
?. im ..ii \ of tin? in Hi nellei dein, m i nation in America it
le ici oiiiuieiiilfil, tiret, that tint pannlies pay ?.It the out?
standing tieiite, eeooad.that mi theeeoded Ictprore
mcate ami lapaltlig el t imri hoe, or the balldlai. m dow
earn hodoae lathe eoareeette jrear; thud, that a _ren
er.il |i!ati Ol iii:?-!..ii,iry wurk In? itiatiKiir.it.mI ; fourth,
tint a piililiiiitioli f n lid tie t.ti? .1 . tilth, lint, a? a ?iieeial
n.. iii.iri.il offer in?:, the ?mu of |_i?i,(-jo Im r.ii?< il ami i, ?t
e.| in Ihn atener,?! i ..iiM-iitioli for ileiiiiliilliatlonal MM.
I lie i ?iIlltullt?K? ?liui tt ,-.111111,ne!, il tli.it liLiie BBOettDnT?0
held m the t?lpriii?' ?if MM m liosi.ui. New .?rk, Philadel?
phia. ? liirltniall. and ? 'liieai?'??. Also that the tlret fun
U.i, in Juno Ik? m t apart fur ?necial memorial servi, o in
oll thocaarchoa a tonaoawM preacaodat IMo'elMh
i.> tue iiev.L il. rutile of Mlnneente The ttrtortiooD
\;u? tl. \.,tt il t.. tue di?, i ??on ot the report of the ?oiii
IiilIteron.eiitiiiiil.il Wink, lile Re? B II I'll.It...'ill of
iiiuii.i? preiu tied t<> iiiviii at ihetUatreraallel Chnreh, ami
lie Rot. ii. vv Bam of Bhode Ulaad m the i ekarlaa
ANOTIILH MIMHt BUT GIPT KKtiM Ml! OBOBOI
BaLTIMOBIi S?|?t. ?!'-!.-(.<'or??re PggbO-tj via
it? ?1 tli?' l'i aliody In-ttitiit.? to-day. duriiii; a meet in,, of
the 1 ru?tee?, ai.d pre?t nit tl thrin wifh an atlilitmna! Mint
of |3.?>.'??i of 1 fi.in ??< . IttLl Jf-r rent lunilla, ami |!?i,ia?)
of Vlra*uii.i -?t?te ?it p.?r Beat bonds. This amount is den
U-iiali-tl by the ttotiur for the erection of a buil.liii? sun
ll.tr to anal adjolnini?- the ptrMoat Institute, the site fur
which has already been |.uriiiu?rtl Any rr?iii.iiiidet of
the ahi.ve atnoiiiit, :_fi? r tin? t'lUixtrtit'tinii nf the new
i. 1111.1111 ?.-, in to Im a|.|..,.-il in a ?? illri > of paintitij-n and
BOOlpturo. Mr. l'i alttiily, in hi? letti-r, refer, to the iiecu
i,i ? HHeultlM at Toaaeeooo, bul ezpreeeM ooaflaeaM
in the (?rent earioaal meearam of the Mala, and tec iiia.-h
me ot u?.r of her people, cad aiivit?-? tbe Traetaee te
keep these bonds for the pr?sent, as they CM twcrOMlDg
In value, and, win u net ?'nsury, to dlnpuso of them at the
THF. NATIONAL H?0ICAL <?)N VIM l< iV
li.i?r?.N, ?"-?pt. _!_'.?Tin? Natioii.il Musical
? i.ii?-i!itioii unt to day at Mu.?ie Hall, and uri;iini/eil as
follow.: I'r.euleiit 'I'ho Huh. Llisha Dyer of 1'iovl
ilenrr. K. I : \ iff 1'retntenls .1 Halter. IJpbam, Mass. ;
I; i iif.leii liiiri'iuu?, MOO York, I, li. Wyiuan, liu.oklvn;
Carl Wolfehon, I'hlladelphi.i ; fraile:? ___ l.?lni. Voi
iiuiiii; John VV. Moore, New 11,tin |.?hire; K I-'. Inirrti,
Maine ; 1 boina? Il.laa Kow-Yocl ; L II II Boothard,
I Bdloaai II. I'erkniH, Iowa; ?'. < :. QeUVeree. New
v..ik : C.Bawyor, MaeeMbueetta; the Itev, J. Beraari,
li. I?., Now-York; Dr. Michel, I ooooctieat Been I
I, It. li?mes and It. M. HMtod. Asai-ttani? Us li
Mattens, IIIhioib; .lohn HtophettBOB, New-Ymk; Ij-oiiaitl
W, liat?n, New-York; J. !.. Went-'oith, MessachoaetU;
l> .?-. Ii.ind, New-.leriey; <'. II MeLollOO, Ne w-.lt I ?ev;
Henry ?'lark, Vt.ni; A. I) Whitney, ?ieorifU. The
i'n r-iibtit. on l.iklii? tin- eliair, elo.|iiei,tly atltln h.?e.l the
? iiiiveiitioii on ihe eiiiM.it which ealied it together,
Ma] or Mini 1.1 If foil, .wi.l in an oddiaMOf we!r?.nie.
Till. DRAM) Lt.in.l. Of ODD KKl.l OWA
S\N FittMi*?.??, Sept. tt??The ?mimai re
|Mirts of the National ??rand i-Tigb. Independent tinier of
Odd Fellows, show that 11,000 members were Initiated
within the past year, makin?, a total memtierihip of
2?O,<MrO. an taCTMM of -'?,l?io over the previous > eur. The
iiltler hue |y,.',00,i"?i of i ainl.il Uivii??teil above Its pfOOOOt
Moda 'lite older in California shows unparalleled
proa-reas. In the past year l.ooo persons were initiated,
liiakinic the total Bwmborehlp 13,000; the rereaue ni
I.'?!..'.!', an inerease of If-,non. The amount of relief ?lit
iiiiin.i was $?.'..ooo. The Qraad Ledge i.a? received to
a.ljouru ?in? die ou Sept _7.
MfllNY ON HHII'IIOAKD-Tlll-: ?AITAIN ANU
l!.)M..N,s?|)t.'j-!.?A ?iisiiiiiiatn'i' oeearred last
uiK-htou boartl the ilrltlsh ship Alexandria, while that
venftel was proct'etlluK to sea,.bound lor Liverpool. Capt.
Brown, master. aiiil.Alexan.lerjinasoti, mate, lu attempt
laa 1" Uaell the fraeas, were wvcrely stabls'tl by one nf
the WOW. .'?t") Ktlly. .lohn Halllaran, and Hlohael
Bhaaahaa, the prlaelpal ieuiiers|iii tte dietarbcaee. acre
brotiKht to this city for trial.
THK BKOOKH HHOOTIN?' CKHK.
riiiiADtii'iiiA, St-pt. 22.?At the bearing in
the r.iookr? eise to-day, Keenan was diseharired, anil
Hamilton and Atwell remaudetl. All of the others Implt
eaU'd in the affair, were released on bail. Brooks failed
to ret eejnlM any of the parties under arrest asbeiuj*; pre?
.1,1 w lu u he was shot.
THE BKKAK IN THK KHIK L'A.NAL NtAU HYKA
Kvkaousk, N. Y., Hi-pt. 22.-Th? repair? of
the In i ..W in tli* l anal at I'OOl'S Urook ore a.1 valifllm in a
satlsfaetory manner and the canal officiais give It as their
opinion that the work will be completed by Hattirday
niKht at the latest. A large ami well organued force Is
employed day ami niifht, and every eiertlon Is making to
resume navigation at the Karllest possible moment.
WO- HOT-MR. ami urn n>E.
Madison, Ind., Scpf. 22.?Y<'8t?:rday ?it(<r
ii.iiiii. William Moody, an old and respeetcd fsrmer, mur.
dercd his wife and dragged the body from the house, set
fire to tho dwelling and outbuildings, stsndlng guard
over the burning building until It was rousuuietl. He
i hen shot liliiieelf dead, lie would allow no OOO to Inter?
fere to aare anything ; a considerable amount of mouev
was burued._ _
BILLIARDH-I'lIKLA-N VS. DKKKY.
WAsiiiraCTOW, Sept. W.-Mi'Kurs. Philun und
Iisery played on interesting game of billiards this even
lug ot Miller's saloon. MK> point?, suoh shot barred. Mr.
1 l*i ..ot MOM ia ?i ii.ua??a Mr. L'sert scor.ug il?.
MAs.-j.u'HIsi-.tts BEPUBLICAM co.N\ BMTH
?h'kkch HY niF, lldN. (iiii.i.i? ?i'mni i: ? t
IKiN. WILLIAM CI.A1T.IN AM? OTHBB f_4
OrpiCBJ-f KKNHMINA'Ikl??THl TEMPEKA1
Qr?anON? BJCBOLti riOHfl ADOPTED?
WoiQum, U*m. Sept. Hl?Tita preli
inary meetings which were held here last SVeelBg by
delegates to the Bcpubllcan Plate Convention, wore
more than usual Importance, and wero very fi
attended. At the public gathering ?n Washburn H
l>r. Georgo B. luring made a capital speech, il which
satd that the issue was Itepublicanum or Democr.i
John (Juincy Adams to the contrary notwtthstanrti
The leading meo of the party held long consult?t!
concerning tho conflicting opinions on tho tempera
question, and the doings of the Convention showed tl
their deliberations ended In good results.
The lion. Albert J. Wilght of Boston called the (.'?
ventlon to order at 11 o'clock, and tho Hon. ? D Brig
ex Mayor of Spi ingrteld, wa,i choseu tcuipoiuiy <;lm
man. Prayer was ottered by tho lie v. Mr. Hall of W
Beater. Mr. Briggs mado a speech, ?n which lie said tl
they had rucias Massachusetts Republicans, as Natioi
Republican?. He hnj?ed they wonld he as BBS-BMlOM
their councils as they were when they elected Hen. (in
and William fiedla, [(ire.at applause.I The vnrl?
eema?tSeefl won appoint?:?!, tu?t on icsotutious befad
W. W. Clapp, Boston ; bsaMOl C. I-egro, Lynn, Ad
son C. lay, Concord; Adm Thayer, Won.ester , H-n
Alcraader, SpriaBeld, Stephen M. Crosby, williai
burgh; Hugh H. Miller, OoUraiae: P. A. Cosdbouri
WUllamstowa; Edward !.. Tierce, Milton. Wm. ll. Pi
Tsuntoo; N <\. Whiting, Warshfli-ld, Hebron Vince
Edgsrtowa, Daniel Allen, WaheAeld; Qeo. Csrpoel
Bootoa: Win. Davis, Plymouth; J. A. Benjamin, Kir
mont; J. .1 Walwotth, Newton ; Wm. B. npooucr, B
i?ui, Wm. h. Bise, tfcass?t er; F. W. Hin!, Walpole; t.
W Huttrick, Itan?; Wm. B. liobluson, Maiden ; Timot
liavis, Hn?toii, Amasa N'orcross, Fltchburtr, Jonatb
Mr. Foi of Boston offered the following resolution, w:
a few remarks on the temperance ?piesllon '?
Itetiilrnf, That, the Republicans of Massachusetts ?
unalterably OppOBSd to the linies'l I? ted ?aie of loto
eating lnpiors, ami sie sqeallj opassefl to lbs Prahl
tor) Lau ,,ml tl,?- method Ol ?ts enfoicem? nl, licii?-?!
that it is nut. conducive m the moral or political well?
ol lbs C'liuiiionwealth. [Applau?c ?
The following permanent officers were choaeu
_.SBid?Jltf TbS Hon. Charle? Unmeet
Viet-Prttidenlt Suffolk ?County?A. H Rico, Rosto
Easel Jobs I. linker, Beverly. Middlesex? M. C. Mi
?un, Shirley; Woreeater Stephen Salisbury, tr., Wore
ter; H.unpileii ('. It. laidd, Springfield , Hampshire?
A. Stevens. Ware; Krankllu-A. K. Held. Urenitlel
Bersahlre Richard Ooodmaa. Leaos; Norfolk -Jose
Day, Dodbam; Bristol Stephen N. Khodes, Taunto
I'lyiuouth- Williitin L. Reed, Abingtou; Krtrnttable?
s. underwood, I.?unis; Dukea?T. C. Luce, Edgartowa
Sirrrtuin. William S. BoblBSOS, Maiden : Beiijan.
c riper. Boatoo; ?TrankUn Williame, Beetee: J.
Btochwell, Webater; H. B. CraaaB,Bostooj Henry Obfc
erlag, PtttaBeld: C. H. OdeB, Heverly; K. II. I.atbrc
Cblcopee; j \ Titus, Worcester.
maoa sa lariTfta m aaaa.
The reception itcoorded to Mr. sumuer when be i
?iiiiicl tin- duties of the chair, was a good index of !
popalsillj throughout the State. He was loudly cheer?
ami greet enthusiasm pre\ ailed for a few moments. M
K. W. Ilird of Walpole said that a gentleman from Ku
land, BBS of the earliest and one of tho beat friends
: ?...nutty darin? the Rebellion, was present, and
mt.veil that he lie InviN-d to a seat upon tbe platfor
The gentleman named, Mr. John Berry Taugh, w
ut!iiiiiniii'i?!y rated ft BBSS, and Mr. Sumuer remark
that h? knew hi in well, ami that he was a friend of Joi
Bright, which evoked applause. Mr. Huuiuor then ?.
ll\ere?l the following Important and Interesting speec
NATIONAL AI l amis AT HoME AND ABROAD.
I'm inw-ciii/K.NS OB Massa? mi suns: While than
lug you for the honor conferred upon me, 1 mako has
to ?ay that, in my Judgment, Massachusetts has one du
at the coming election to which all local Interests ai
i|iicBtiiiiis mu?t he poetpeaod, as on it? just peifmmes
SUSlSOdspeada and this command.ng duty is to ke?
Hi?' Commonwealth now, as aforetime, au example
our COOatiy and a bulwark of Human Rights. Buch w
Massachusetts lu those earlier days, when, on the eo
fluent of Kur?i?e, tho name of " Bostonlans" waa giv?
to the American people In arms against th? moth
country, waking this doot?umlivu ernhraco all, ui
when, ;n tbe Biltish Parliament, ?he great orator, E
inuml Burke, exclaimed: " The cause of Boston is tl
BOB-SO-SU America; every part of America is unitt
m support of Boston; Bouton is the Lord Mayor I
America." I quote those words from tho I'arllamei
t.iiv Debatea ?f th? time. But Boston was at ttii
time Haass??hasstts, and it was her stand for Liberi
Hut mail?-lier naine the synonym for all. And perm
me to add, that, in choosing a Presiding officer, ei
iinlv removed fnun local .-sues, I And aseurauce ?
vom rcailineit.? to unite with me In that .Xational Caui
whichSOaeeras not M.??-.??husetts otny but every pa
of America, ami concerns also our piuco and uamo as
?i. i itiTT roll tuf. lUrVBB.
It is now four years since I had the honor of presidio
at our annual convention, ami I Jo not forget how at tin
i.tin- 1 eadsaTSeedtS leSBfesd you of this samo natloni
cause then In fearful [s'til. The war of armies waa ende?
im Intu? i were fellow citi-eutt arrayed against fell?
citizens; on ea?-h side the trumpet was silent, tho bann?
fulled. Hut the defection of Andrew Johnson had tbe
iM'gun. and out of that defection the Kel't-llioil assume
iiutv life, with new purposes ami new hopes. If it dn
not spring forth oin-e more fully armed, it did sprin
forth Illleil with hale and dialiolism toward all who love
the PabW, whether white or black. There were excel
Unit?. I know, hut they were uot enough to change th
n-?ii:i. And strightway th? new apparition, acting i
?l'iiiiinctioii with the Northern lieuiocrucy, uhoriglnal si
llea of Hi?- IK-tii -Ilion, planned the capture of the Nation?
<?overiuiieiit. its rapreeeaietlTes ?ame up to Washing
ton. Then was the tune for a few decisive words. The;
Bboald have been ailmoiiuihed frankly aud kindly t
return homo, then, to piant, sow, reap, buy, sell and b
prosperaos, bat not to sxpeet any place m tbe eeparl
nershlp of government until there was complefest secur
Ity for ail. Instead of this they were sent back plottln,
how te obtain aaeeedaaey at boom as the stepping ?ton?
t.. eaesadaaey la tbe nation such was the condition o
things in the Autumn of ISSS, when, sounding the alarti
fimii tin? very platform, i Inclatsd upon uiereralbli
guarantee? a.ainst th? Keln-iiioti, aad c?ipeclally fur se
ciinty to Hie national fr. i-di?an and the national credi
tor. It was for security Mi.it I then Insisted, lielniiiu
that, though the war of urini?'* WM einled. this was i
ju?t object of national care, all tins being contained In tin
fannul? postulate, tenir il y for the future, without whicl
pi-ai ?? i? so better than srmletloe.
To that security one thing Is needed, simply this: al
nn-ti iun?t be safe in their liehts, so that affairs, wheih?
of goviruui?nf or bU-UMaaJahall have it freo and natura
, mu a' lint there are Im? special elSBSSB still in Jeupar
?Iv. a? in the Autumn of ISM tbe national freedman an.
she national creditor ; sad hablad these the faitlifn
I BloolatS in the ea Babel states, now suffering terriiii?
fioui the growing reaction.
For the protection of the national freediiinn a Cm:
htitiitioii.il auicndiiient has been pii'sented for ralillct
tion, placing their right to vote under tho perp?-tua
safeguard of the I'nlon ; but I am obliged to remind you
that this ameudmunt hus not yet obtained the riquiait?
iiiiinlier of States, nor can I say surely when It will.
The Hemocratlc party Is arrayed a.Blnst It, and the
Kebel intereat untti'S with tlie l?emocra?'V. Naturall
Hiiy go together, They are old cronies. Here let me say
/lankly that I have never ceased to regret?I do now
most profoundly IBfiet- that Congress in it* plenary
powers under the Constitution, especially in iU great
unquestlonsble power to gaaraotee a rapabUcas reren.
ment In the States, did not summarily Bettle this whole
nuestlon. so that It should no longer disturb lb? country.
It was for Cougruss t<? giv? a detliuliiin of a republican
government ; nor 0000 it go further than our own
Declaration of Indejieudeiiee, where is a deiinition fnm
w Ii i? h there Is no appeal. There It Is, as it ?ame from
our forefathers, In lofty self-evident truth, and OOBglCBS
should have applied It. Or It might have gone to the
speech of Abraham Lincoln at Gettysburg, where uata
is the saino great definition. There was alto a decisive
precedent. As Congress made a Civil Bights 'aw, so
should it have made a Political Rights .aw. In e<t?h
case the power Is identical. If It can be ?lino m the on?
It ?'an be done in the other. To my mm 1 nothing la
clearer. Thus far Congress has thought, otherwise.
There remaius, then, the slow process of Constitutional
Amendment, to which tbe country must be rallied.
i-t m n; eranOB am? a sv m r a mine ADMi.iisiKiriov.
But this la uot enough. No mere text uf constitu?
tional law is sufficient. Behind these there must be a
prevailing Public Opinion anda ayuip-tbkWt' A.lmlin?iii.
tlon. Both aro needed. Tbe Administration must re
enforce Tubllo Opinion, aud Public Opluion must rein?
force the Administration. 8ueh la all oiiMTlcime. With?
out these the strongest text aud most uuunlng lu its re
ipatreoieuta i? only a phantom?It may be of terror, as
was the case with the Fugitive Blare lull, but not a
living letter. It is not -radically oii?.>? d. BosmlHoes II
is evaded; sometimes It is openly ?et at naught. And
now it is my duty Ui'waru you that the uatioual frecd
maa still poods your protestase? Hissae-sat mast?r ?s
already In the Held ooiisplrlug against him. That tratli
tional experience, that infinite ?imhii-ity, tli.tt inseusi
billty to lltiiuan Klghta, which so lonit uphii.l ?Uawr.,
aie aroused anew. No louger ?ble to hold him a?? bIhv? .
the ancient master means to holil him us dependent and
I?, keep linn In his service, persoaal and political, thus
aubeUtuUag anew bondage for tho old I'nli u.plly he
finds at the North a poll)leal party which the EbJb?Uon
has not weaned from that unnatural Southern breast
where it ?lrew IW primitivo ?ut? uncut; and this jmliti.al
party now fOttei'lil/?'? lu the dlninal Woik by whn h pi ?it
is poatpoiu'd, for until the national freediiian I? ?afe in
his rights tli.ro can hem. peace. \ DO may eaUitpeaoS,
but I tell you It is not peaie. ItisBSOOS onlv in BSBM
Who diMS not feel that he tn ails sill! on ?moth?, red
fires I Who does not feel his feet burn as ho moves over
lite treacherous sslif? ? If 1 a .?bed muy new motive for
opposition to the Democracy, T should Und it in this boa
tile alliance. Because I am for |>eact?. so that this whole
people may be at work; tx iiause I delire treuquiliity, so
that all may be happy; be an-? I ?eck reconciliation, s?>
that there hhall n?'i-'imp!ete?t luiriiioiiy, therefore I op?
pose the H?m?? i ? y. ami eoW ?lcnouuce It aa Disturber
of the National I'. SCO,
The information from Hie n Rebel Rta?es Is most pain?
ful. ?Mu Rebels are crawling from hiding places u> re
sumc their foiim i rule - sad abat a rule! Such an might
be expected from the lepreacntstlres of Blavoiy. It la
lbs rale of mai ale, whore Hie Ku Klux Klan takes Urn
place ol mift.-ii'iiiuy and .??hnoliiia-ier. Murder Is un
kraaed. Tin,- national fi.liuan 1? the victim aud so la
the I'lihuiisf. No? ouoof tbe*0 Stales, where lutiniida
tion with death in Its train doaa not play its part. Taku
that whole .su.th. i ii Her from Georgia to Texas, and add
to It Teiiin-?-? ?'. .11 ti, I f.\ir. Non n Catoliua and Virginia,
also?for tin ?iun? Is <OBtBJ0OM -..lid there is small
Justice for those t?i whom .v.m o .? so much. That the**
things should occur ander kndreu Jobeaee waa naturae
that ncoti.?tiut ii.ni ?bould .-.iconiit? rdiflkultleeafter hie
defection waa natural. Fbo great Eugliab moralist ?
soother Join.-o! Hid not wonder that a dog in chama
daaeed aa betsrr, bal '.hat it daw ad al all ; and l do nut;
wonder thai reconstruction wUli tin- chains upon it suc?
ceeded no better. bni thai i? sure? drdutalL Andrew
.IoIiiimiii is HI tut Oi In '..iv. ani| in his pin? .?.%
patriot l'le.ii: ip,i. must ooms to bis sap
port io this I There u hut one thlag tbeaa
disturber? i??: It i* power and tha lbeyssaotbaa_Bde
to feel; I to? an ?lu- power of III :? wakened people.
direct? ? i in a ficptihh u idinlnistnttion, rigoroualy,
constantly, ai . i Users ?u..ll bo no rest lor tin?
If I could iii.' I '1. ? ' the Deniocraey on ihes?i
thing?, a.? 1 . annul, there is ?*;!! anotbOT chapter /or ex?
posure, utn! ti- ? IS MB the ?vor?? it appears. 10
Bi that Btaae.Bg taeaaet sf mpudlelt-Ml. by winch tim
national credit at bm tooad Sbread ?utters so much, ami
our taxe- i , ., |y MSeOBSd. H will not d?> SB say
that ii? .N.il.ini.il ? oiiv? -ii'ional ha.-t jet aiiiiouiieed thin
dlaboneaty, I charge It upon the puny, A party whn.ii
r?pudiai??. the fundamental pnucipie* of me lie?iteration
of ludep? n.i'?:? i -which repudiates equality baton th?
law?whichrepndlatetitho self-evident truth that gov?
ernment i? founded oaly on th? ?maral el the governed,
which repodiatea what is moat preciwus and good in our
history- and wboao chiefs are a?*w raaaged in cuaalug
assault apao I he cred'or- i? a parly ?4 repudiation.
Tiusi? it? in?! u? ?u'ii.it.'iii. A Ocnii.ci.it iaaroptidtator.
The repudiating gospel, aocordUig to Mr. rendletoo, is
bow preaching In Ohio; and nothing i? mor? certain
ihan that the triumph of the Uemorracj in ooreeaatry
would be a Mow not only st the national froodmoo, baS
alsoot Hi? national creditor. Th?re would he repudia?
Hon for each.
The word " r?pudi?t! mi," In its present sense, is not.
old. It fit>t appear? lu Mi--ii??ippi, a l?.iu?H-rata; State.
If the th.n_ w?r?i known lie for, -, never before ?l,?l IS
assume tin; .?ainc hardihood of name. It was ?n 1*41 tbaS
a Ulsaiaalppi Governor, In s eteeaage to The Lenelatar?.
used tin? word wltb regard to certain Hat? hoods; sad
thai began tint pollcj by which Misahnippl wu? th*:.
dishonored and Ih?n \i pf pO ?r, for capital was natural.y
shy of mich a Mate. Constantly, from that nine. Si.?.-,.
slppi had tho " bad ?iiiliieuce " ?il fill" transaction, in .
Is Hie S'a!? moro known as the boni? ?t J? tfersnii lisv.-i
than a.? tu? homo of repudiation. Unhappily, th? nation
suffered als?, and even no".-, a?? I understand, it is argue?!
in Europe to our dlaoredlt that, beeouoe Mississippi repu?
diated, 'be nation mar repudiate also, if I refer to tala
example, it U because I would ilinatrate the mta? Biet of
the Democrat.'- poiny. and sum.non Mi?-is?ippi t? lardy
jiiHtice a regenerated Mat? cannot affurd to bear ti??
sardes of repadiatkm, aw eaa t'iu nation ami tbe a ?'? i
hood of states forget B?aeoadaet ?o injurious te sil.
1 hau pleasure at this point, m rvfel ring le au earl v
effort in The b'orik .in" r?an littiew by au able law?
yer, for a Urne an ornament of Ute Supreoae Comt of tbo
United States, the Hoe. B M. ?Curt?a, wbo oraoes asssi
pem.a-ively that, where a Mate repudiates its obi.g??
tions to iii? ttetrimeat of feswiaasra, ibssa le a remedy
thii'iigh th? National (ioveruuieiit. But tbe article coi
tains a warning applicablo to the pat-txi.it hour, which ?.
" Th? i.in?ii? of a f?- ?'it?a Im nol ?ol? ?Intro?*. tb?lro?n ?r?.t I
?nd lift th?T iit'-r .?t?t?i rsn i.ol? ??> i.nitto', iim it?? mm
? redit .jf tho whol?, liiiiiri. Dial II ?a? found iiafaa?,!.?
? in Imps xi. cart .if ?Ii? lull ?ntli'T-i??! h-? ?ai?r??? n
?Hit. I? ? M olfrrt-'l ?r, '?run ilotl latilai r.ua Is the crxtiU>r. l?mi
? I r atr iim?.. ?tuuid h?,? '?tu fisirly h.??|iIk1. o.?l iflar |?>
M ? i .r.High ail Ilia Etching?! ?>f Kurup?, the ifc?ul ?i?? ?.p
l.? ttl-ii ,?' Ul u' lala lbs _io:i-l in ilr.ut r."
?Sunb Aurri-m R.?:?? ft.r Jmusrr. fH, Vol it , BB
innMAi!"\ to oarneaTaNt
BspadlaUea is confiscation, and in the present OBBS,
??oi.li ?? at ion of the projK-rty of loyal citizens. With un?
paralleled pBoereatty tu? nation has refuse?ito ssaassaso
Webe I property ; and now it is BOBpOOOd to SS8_toSSS0
loyslproperty. When I expose ret udiation as contis? ii
tioii, i mean to be precise. BotwoeatwooaoeMaoatoaeae
requiring tbe iurtender of piojwrty wlthoat eompeaea
tlon, and th? other declaring that the nation shall set
and will not pay an equal amount due ucconliug to s? -
emu promise, there can be no just distinction. Tbe tw<>
are alike. The former might alarm a groeOM number.
Iiecaii??; OB it? toot n.-'f? dctuomilralivt-. But analv-*
the two, and von win see that In eaca private property
le token b] nie natiou without compensation ami appr.
piia!. .lto its own use. Therefore do I t.iy repud?ala?.' m
VOIiUai al.t.ll. -
PATMEJIT r~ GRKEXBACKS.
A favorite device of repudiation is to pay the national
debt m greSBbaeko?ta other words, to pay bonds hearing
interest with mere promises not bearing interest, vio?
lating, m the tlrst place, a rule of honesty, which forbida
such a trick, aud, in the second place, a rule of law,
which refuses to reeognire an inferior obligation as pay
met t of a Hiipenor. Here, in plain terms. Is repud.aliou
of the inteiest, and Indefinite postponem? nt of the princi?
pal. Thi? proposla-OBL when firnt broa?-!? ?I, con te m plate?!
aothlag less than an infinit?? issue of greeabaebs Baodmc
the country, as Franco was tl?>?D?le?l by ntniguat?, ami
utterly destroying values of all Uinds. Although in ita
prevent more moderate form it Is Punted to payment ly
existing greenback?, yet it has the aanie radical injustice.
Li'? ;. ?t beariag bonds ar?? to be paid wn1? aoalateeees
bearing bits of paper. The statement of the BOM S
enough It? proposer woubi never do this thing in him
own afliirs, hut how cat? he n?k his country to do iUt
booeaty forbids in ?irivate life 1
XAX_TION Or BONDS.
Another device is to tax tb? bunds when tbe money
wa- lout on tue positive condition that the bonds should
n??t be taxed. This, ,?f eOBTBO, is to break the contract in
another way. It is repuduiioii In am.iln-r form.
To argue these juestlons is happily uni., .-essai y, and I
aluni? BB Uiem only liecaune 1 v?i?h to cxLiblt the loss to
(lie < ?untrytreta Mich attempts. This Can be made pu.ik
as a i.uurch-door. And hero I must BBS atteutton to*
anaa nmmaor eaeesm aa ssmaaas ?aa Baaaassaoab
The total debt of our country on th? l?t of Heptemfier
as:?ie from the i.i.issi.dou of honda issucd to the Pacifiif
Kailway, was a_?S75,-?--.S01; and here 1 mention, witf.
g.-cat satisfaction, that since the 1st of March last tin?
tobe BBS besa Nieset$-MNUllB The surplus revenu??
now accruing is not tosa than Itoo, lOo.ouo a vear, and Wilt
be. nrol'.iblc. not, less than liis.otsi.cx. a peer, ?f whlcti
im not low than tT??,0Qe?0BB ninat be attributed to?
the better enforcement of (he laws ami 'he economy novr
prevailing In all departments. And here comes the prac
liC.tl ??mit. Large aa is our surplus revenue, it shouitti
hare beea more, ami would have been moi- but for th<_
repud-tttoa menaced by the Deuio.ii">'. Ihiscanto
If WS leob at our bonded debt, we find It is now
t-.MiiT.'.'J''..'Us', upon which w? pay out b-ss ?lian ll'.l.iKKi.t??)
tnaanual iatereet, the larger part st elzperesat, tho
.?mailer at live per ??'?it, gold. rhe?l'tfi-r?ti ?? between tl.?
n.teri ?I and that pahl by ?ither powers is the measure ?C
? ur annual loss. Knglish three per cents and trench
fours are tlnn in the market; but Kugland aud Kram o
liavc not the ?am? liii!iica.?m able resources that are ours;
nor i? either so secure In ita (loveriimenf. It Is easy tit'
MB thai ?ur debt could have been funded without paying-'
more than four per cent, but for the doubt cast upon our
credit by thediaboneet schemes ?f repudiatora. "Pav-i
ment m greenbacks " and " taxation of bonds " are costly
? i iea B Itboat the?? thero would have been |40,?UO,iiOO t??j
K??-1I our surplus revenue. Hut thin sum. if invested nag
a linking land at four per ??eut illicit?!, would pay t!,.?,
wUolo bonded debt In lesa than 30 years. Buch is our'
The sum total of this loss directly chargeable upon tho
rcpiittiators is more than ou? mu.tired millions, already
paid in taxes; ami much I fear, fellow cit./ens, that be-?;
fore the nation can recover from the discredit
upou it another hundred millions wul be paid tu I
way. It Is hard to se? tins un menu? tn tnure, ? ._ .
taxation from tho toil of the people, to pav tftoSBSSbeSBSSJ
? f a dishonest Deniocraey. Do not f.irg.t that the cost of:
"ins espertsssBi weootaet toaeaartlesJarctaaa Where
cver the tax gatherer goes tlieix- it in paid. Kvery work-?
mau pays It In his f??o?l aud clot lung; every tn? ? lian ??
and artisan in his tools ; every housewife lu hercookiUK,
stove and flat iron ; over.' merchant in the stamp upma.
hi? note ; every man of ?alary In the income tax ; aye.
even every laborer in his wood, his coal, his potatoes, ami,
ins salt. Many of then?, taxen liu)K.std under duress of
war will he removed soon, I trust ; but still the euornioua?
sum of forty millions annually must bo contributed by the'
labor of the country until tho wort?! is convinced that, ;u
spite of I'? inocraiic inciis.-e, the Wepublio will uialutaiu
Hs plight?-?! faith to the end. People wish to reduce tax?
ation. I tell you how. Ko honest. Ix-t no doubt res?
upon the public faith. Then will lue present burdeusomo
taxation grow "?mall by degrees aud beautifully leas''
/' is the doubt ichveh tott?. It ?a with our country aa wltb
an individual, tho doubt obliges tbe pa. meiitof ejtrat
xntcrttt. To stop that extra taiermt we must keep fa.tl..
*D?I Rliir. AID AOORAVATfO*.
As we look at tbe ongiu of the greenback we shall flud
a new motive for fidelity. 1 do uot speak of that patriot.?
character which couitiietnla the national debt ; but of the?
financial principle on which the greenback waa tn*
toaoed. It cam?: irom tho overruling exigeiiclea of self
?leteiic?'. The uatloual o>lstei.m depended upon money.
which c.iilil b<< had ouly through a force?! loan. The.'
gr?. niiaek waa tho agency hy which It could be collected.
Tu? dislo.NSt party restated lb? pa*?agc of the original
act. proph? .?.\ lag ?laugerand difficulty. But the safety of
the nation required theusk, and the Republican party
...??nun d it. Ami now (his Mine disloyal party, onct?
against th? gi'-eiihuck, insist upon continuing in peactt
what wa.? Justified only in war-Insist upon a force?! loan,
when Ute OVOITUllna exigencies of self defence ha? r ,t I
eesssd, and Un? uatlou is ?aved. To such absurdity ?a
thi? parly now diiwn.
Among the practical agencies to which the country one?
?sab already aiv tho Natiiiial hanks. They cannot fa. m
lo bo taken into account in all financial discussions. Aa
they bare?tsae feet Wbere NBBjrBN now established, c
would _ladl> see them extended, ?rspceiallj at the BoutU
Bad W? ?t. where they are much iiecl.?!, and where abnii ?
daut eropajiln^idy supply the capital. But this can he
>ee h'lahih .a??. "" "?
is, that be-?
in the saii.?n
p, wrung by?