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Terms, cash in adra
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UF-TOWR AD VEETISEMESTS,
F??r tlie ai"''<?,i?iii<?.l.'it?'iii ?if np-town rrtsi
?iriitK Mr. I- Ji Bmrn Sa See ni Nu .'.t
Wrst ThirtT-fct mrtlon ot llrandwajr nnd Bisth?
a4-4?.. 44i ?? The TBIBURB Will bo
I 4-?'it up t?, 4JJ i,i 1 ? Bl
THUKSDAT, DECEMBER 9. MS,
Tin- I'm i ?? ?.r M linst Austria
oeensylua iJeliaatla, snd ht ?'.ni'i?-?! Irrprnssln,
i :?iij'l n-fuM? to in?,?!,f.- ti?, ruiiiiii-Hi.ii treatjnith
FiHi.ii-- v.--'i? ?i-,.-. ? ?i\?r Blnetees feet ?f
ttatr-r esBDot ?'.is tl.i..iie.'ii tli?' Su? z CsnoL
Tas Fr.-iifii and <"? Brasse Mr. BontnsU't
fiii.'iiitiitl i".'??' y. 1 ?I? ' .m ri'vtiiutiiiii lins iiiuil?
?zri'iit ?' "-?!? --. aad i\?it'.iu l'i, ?! ? 4',ui ?oou i?. lartnBstl
-?',i,?-l. Mu, i-t? r I.,? ,.rt'.?4iit?il u H'i'iiot fur
the ri:k;?M- uf tlir ?.'iiiil.i.iits mu ,l..r te that BBBtSS Sf i'?nu
fartas reis sas ?>f h?-r sBsahnrs. 'iiu- Cahna lattessef
jN'.-44-v,iik here sent liSJiot worth ?.f ?irm? ?uni aranfiasee
es th?: i-iumi 'i i.c p?tition frote BTew?TerB ta tarer ni
t'iiiittii ihiii pi inSenes 44 ?ih atojaed nj tBiyssl i?<r.-<ui?..
'J Inr SfaTOjilaiJ 'if t lio <1'a lllll'l.ic.il ( "llinll w.'is uttl'llil. il l ?y
n ltrtrctsslon ol 700 Bishojis. 1,?'?u1imI b* tin- Peps, and ?siis
ri'lulir.itf?! ?-Uli Kr?;ut ii?,u'i?iliii'iiif. ?aUaSBtBT
J-'ttrt.iilr Bast?s a BSeeen ji?t?-nlay befnro the Ktcncli
: lutin?-, <-.irriiiif? vi'.li Bha tlM lnnj'ir.t.v i,f that limly
un ?1 ijn? -'nui ot IBaBBBaaatlnB tiic ?tin tiun of a Ciuvtriiuu.'ijt
Tin r?' ?4re ri.tWii.tv? In *m%? ht thi? T-?-?t?ury. - - A U.
H MsteBal sras shot in MtsaBani vhU) BMsssnteaf ss
Incal? up im illicit ?t. ..A Kentucky
|n*lBe h.is ih?,'i'?t tne u? t of ?"on/t?cris einaipt
1. >; V- 8' bonils from t'.Autioii te he tm
lonttit'i.tioiial. ---- fifvcial hv?s ?-??re lost by the
Slutuijcof a strniiilioat Bt WIk-cJih^. W. Vit. Thres
in? 11 ?aitc killitl ami rVt-\?tal Injiircil hy an u<-< i.l?-nt m a
fil"i..?:o mine. ~?? Au Al!?a..y Ji w? iry atore WM
r.il?l?il of t'-'.'.'KJ tvoitti of ?linuiouil? y? stenlay. _.^=r Rirr?
\\.ii \:\: 'I? of r-ni.lX Indian? BIT rOhhlll| and pluiidfi iiij,
IBs ?l'Uni-1,1 uyi/uiiiir,' lerrttory.
In iht htnaUj yi'htiiitlay li.i? 441 n- Intrixliicetl for iv
, -, on the ratltlcatioH ol Ihs fifteenth
A.nan.Inn lit, for thf) abolition ?if ti ?I oatl'?, a-,?I f,,r
iXlllg I.OlliitK'S t" ' . ?. 'I e-..-il I -. I
Uouic luiii wsro lutroduixd /or ?u..i?...|? tin Nu:
lieht at n laws? rate of lntorott. for proonrlnc ?nd ?li?
m iiiiiiatiiic iiifiirinatf?in SB UM SSBS8- Stsl ?>'l?''r BfSpSSf.
fm.-iirii loiintrif?, and for takln?; tks Niuth Ccnsu?
?lias tlif ?iniiili'-r ?'f 1.? lifi'*?iit?iti\fs.
l?.'i'i.r.i. r ii,..i?i'it temrejei tiu? /ary,jSBtsHsj.wit!
: : f, ;,-ii"t? tu til?* I'.li'lllltllsoil C.'IK. . ?lin! Clilli'il SI It
t.. Itiillit all ?n.-itits.if Mutiny, l'vvo faillir? brltii?
suit BSalaat tln> r;i*.?taiii Ot -ka B-_f BttaatB for 1ii1iiiiii.hi
tii-iitiiii-iil, 1" Di?' Illiinijrer i-lis?*, Jinis-?*. Kitliiaii
line. :ii.]i"iiit.''l Tli?,tii?*< J l:.nr ri'.'clvcr. BaSSS Ja**?
uury 1, 3U.1B- iiiiinll?iiiiitei liitvc li.'fii ??mit il ut tlil*. D'irt.
BflBSU pas it ft* v.ih'iit in tlio Kiiiirtci'iilh an?! Hix
ti-n.tli Wsrdsoi I'.n.oklyii. \Vtilll?<r*r .t 4'?., t.iiiikcr?
in Wall-st.. ?iif iiinlfi arnst fur ___n?t__Bfl Uio iinveni
iii.-iit uf t.i\i'.->. City travel is still miieli laSBilad
l,y tin- BBOW. Tii?; Union LsaflSBI of Auii-ruii inrt
?mil akasaa a?fiara fur Iks earraat jtaar. --??- Gold, i*__i.
ISt, USf. l.'iiuatratiir.'. IS, XI, 33, SI.
With iniiltuuilcs ;.inl rcjoicinis'. with artillery
and musie, with seTen handled Bishopi in pro?
cession, tin* (ErtniK'iiH'al Council has opened
?is; n? vit <li?l Council before. Such in it part of
tin* earnest homage of leligiotis power to the
divine child in the noMger.
Father Hyacinthe's address at the Academy
Of Music is to ho the sensation of this evening.
Every seat, every ticket, was sohl nearly forty
eigiit hours ago, and the Father may expect
soch an sndienee as even the Academy has
rarely EkMembled within its walls.
Senator Williams proposes a bill forbidding
the withdrawal of any regularly passed appro
\al by any state of an amendment to tbc
National Constitution. It has not generally
been believed by Bepnblicans that such a Law
was necessary, but the Senatoi's purpose evi
dently is to make assttraiiee doubly sure.
The French treaty of commerce with En?
gland, which was ratified in 1801? can by its
terms be brought to an end next Petenary.
The refusal of England to accept certain nioiii
flcationaof It proposed by the Preneh,and the
growing objection to the treaty in ceilain
quarters of run??' point to that end.
There will he general and hearty pratilica
tion at the result of the interview, yesterday,
between Gen. Butler) on behalf of the lb-con?
struction Committee, and the ri-presentativcs
?>t the. Virginia Ilegislaturti. The ease ?>f Vir?
ginia is substantially settled; and the Ancient
Dominion resumes bei place In the national
councils. We bid her a cordial welcome.
Senators Ferry and Stewart wisely call, the
one for the abolition of Test Oaths, the other
fot a ?reneral ?Amnesty. They understand the
situation and the necessities of the times.
Whether tin* policy of vengeajtee and punish?
ment was ever i wise one 01 not in um ?1? al
ing with conquered Bebeis, it U cettalo that.
tbe time for insisting opon its application has
passed. The Ungering relice of it serve only
the purpose of _>ggravs?U?Mii Let us bring it
to an end. _
The Decline of American Shipping Trade has
been the theme of much investigation and dis?
cussion during the Aiitiiinn nionths. Yester
day the subject was before tin* New*Yorh ?- ? i i _> -
owners1 Association, to whom a Bpeeia] Com?
mittee made a report reviewing the testimony
taken by the Cetmsjiess Committee, ami
iting points for Improving the trade.
They oppose what they call prohibition mnl
over-taxation, which make it Impossible to
build veers is here, other points and but*, an
mentioned, ouch as recent improve-nents ia
machinery and reduction of th?- eoal <>f veseeli
in Great Britain, and the p? ?ponderante o?
steam ??ver as-Uiiig vessels.
It cannot certainly be said that the People
"of Color" aie anywhere contented with tin it
own ignorance ?ir indifferent to inU-llec.ua]
advancement. If they w? ic, WO should not iiml
them, as in Missouri, calling foran E?dneational
Convention, which will be held at Jcclfersoa
City on the 19th <?f next BDonth, for the pur?
Bjose of promoting " organization, comcntia
"tion, and unity of effort.* '' The Stale laws,"
they say, " have been made with tin- bt st m
M tentions, but they ?tie involved, coiupheatiil,
'? teiliou-, and need revision." There is leavm
fur doubt whether SUCh laws could Lave hct.n
made "with the beat intentions," bot if *?",
then " the beet intentions" demand their iin
Our local reports set forth a eharge of ter
libio ciuelty to sailors by an Aimrican sea
captain. Only one side of the Kfory in told,
but if that be true it adds out* moro insiamc
t?> the long Catalogne of brutalities that dis?
grace whatever then; may bt: of humanity in
the otliit-r? of Sailing Veesela. The wonder is,
if these stones am true, that the hall-killed
victims do not often? i take sumitiaiy TOBfjanfC
upon their persecutors. No doubt tho stoiit-s
Brat told are in many instance?! highly i*x.ir>'
geratedj but they occur ho often, and wii h mi h
apparent pi oof of circumstances, that it i?<
hoovts tin- eontrollors and saembera of our
commercial iii.'iline, if pos.-iinle, to deal Uieiu
selves of such dUunstjrlng charcr?.
The DOW Census bill promises to provoke
warm ?lisciission ?in many points. Already we
find warnings of an impendi?;?* contest a? to
whether the next HetJJC ihal] consist of
tine?! iniiidrcd inemlee.s, or only two
hundred and seventy-live?(lit; ??oint ut issue
be i ni? whither two or three of the N? w -
England States shall enfler a redurtiou in their
number of representativis. Other qaeetious
are arisin?* I'oncerniiij* teleiiraph iatiTests, rail?
road inteiest?, <:tc Wo 8ii?????'fit to the
Committee that the movement Ui take
the work out of tho hands of the
Marshstk is of doubtful propriety. Above all
things let us avoid the ci eat ion of new* offices
and the swaming of fresh liordes of hvogry
leeches about the Adminfetrorion foi patronage.
Gen, Thomas has been to Alaska, and what
?lues he find that We have for our Mvefl mil?
lions and more of sterling com 7 fee and
mow, of omise, ami a lev,* abandoned coal
mines, the caie of a fow Iniiidr? ils or tlinii.san?! a
<>f degraded Ahut aad Kohishe ImLians, must
?if whom "seem to have no contiul o\< r tii? it
"Ilusi?n for hti?iHi>; diink," ami several mil?
lions of s?als which, to be worth _w_y_hing,
must be proU ?ted by ft gU|_BM of fiom two
to three hundred men with a revenue stianier,
at a Coat that will pmbably far e\c?e<l all the.
revenue that will be derived from tlntn. As
to ever settling the country, Gen, Thomas,
looking at it with the business eye of a soldier,
thinks that tobe ? ntirely out of the ?pnstion ?
for the present, nt least. The wel!-s!ock?-d irar
dens anil tropical Verdure of which we have
hi'anl s?i inuth dwindle into a lew radishes,
potato? s and lettti??', with barley, oats and
wheat that will not ripen. Perhaps some one
winihl like t?i take the ?hjihant, oil'our hands
? we niighl be indure?! to ; ell.
We confess to it ?hep regret at not Bnding
tlie name of Major-Gen. Fk\n/. BlOtL lor
Mii.-hal ol tliis l>istiict amoiiK those ?ubmittetl
to tho Senate for confirmation last Tup?
GBO. Bis-eft eotaUM. to run for Secretar
Stat?' saved us from utt?'r rout and demo
/ati.iti in our late St.it?' Election, addini,'
less than Ten ThBBSBBfl votes to tllP. Kepi
can polL Throw out the votes fiiiudul?
east by "lepcatcrs" iu this City, ami I
BlSjel is the Set Ti'tiiry elect. We li:ul h??l>? d
his signal BMfleBB ?B War and tfl IVace woul
Wins. Ill Bed by this noiiiiiiatioii, thoiiph
lOUgfat no office, and his friends mail?' no c
In his behalt lxyoml Um ingswiiHins of
name. ]It> did not want the noiiiiiiatioii
Seetetary of State, yet he took it for tlie
of the cause; we ?lo not know that lie c
to be Marshal, but it is essential to the in
of the liipubliean party that fttic.i servie?
he lias r?'ti?lerc?l should ?it least be com
bended We hope yet t?> hear that the
pointincnt asked for liim by those who thoi
only of the Cause, not the man, han 1
We are not so well ac?|uuintc<l with the I
inees lor U. S. Circuit Judges for otlu-r
tiicts, but the President baa honored hin
nml gratified an immense majority of t'
who liav?> any opinion in the pietni?es by n
iMttiBf? LBWM H- WooDitriK for Jmlere of
Circuit. Wo know no ether man who c
bines so eminently ?ill the ?|iialities w
should be united in the iiicuinhi.-nt of this I
trust as JndgB WuoKKi i'K.
?William B. Woods of Alabama, nomim
for the Fifth Circuit, if an old Diino? i.il.
ex-Speaker of the Ohio Legislatur??.
came out heartily for the war lor the linio
1861, entered the service, rose to the rani
Brigadier aad Breve? Msjor-General,and at
close of the wai\.s?'tlleil in Alabama. <?er
II. Yeaman of Kentucky, appointes] for
Sixth Circuit, Is the present United Bt
Minister to Denmark, lie was a Representa
in Conirr?'M for SOJBf ytmn, ami lost his p
tion in the favor of Kcntm Uians by re;i
ot his vote for the Constitutional Aineuilin
prohibitiiieT Slavery, Q?*OTSje F. Slit pley of I
Dominated for tbe First circuit, i-> in *t kno
perhaps, as Military Grorernoi of Kew-Orie
iiiiihi tien. Butler.
BRITISa POLICY AVE TEJ8B VOTEl
.lohn Martin, the eminent Irish National
writes to Tin /n?/i Citizen Bl folloWB!
" riic op)]sessse "r jn!.?i.ii in the iii.Mrr.|iui?>u? i
pstitet ef thts louutry in tr.ni?-. mu? the osteBfnl ?
iicnt ?if tin ??"uitti4'.? t?i?tii>ii.?i infioeneei n;..i b ttsss
surely eSBBS V4li.'ii lIn- |4alStl(MM l?? T ? ? < n i:u;l.?li'l
Am? i lea 441)1 antas it the iiit.i'-t of Uns < "Uitry i?
m Uatrrnttna f irlas I Before thai Ban. if ?re <? is mi
Aniel nun !-> 111J '. ? 111 y, al..I if nt <*,ni i meinet ?mr li tt i
sansa with pi mi? i ???? sml IrntM --. U nsj sppi '?r te
KnfHth lo in' their let? rest to lei sa t.? fin s?
" Tin aVattaaniahing ehsrnrtefists. of Ratrltsi Ihm??
rule hsa i" en, si 'i Is, Hat it, in<tu*tri-ii tmA t< ?nfl ???
peril* tsxttt bij /.(.'in.;/ n.iitttstnsft b snd tnni< i
feasts; timt it pBBets us vest veslth Sj i
?t.ii v.itiuii iH.int tin-11 ? 11' -i ii esBiedoeete
Hut tin heed?es un? i-i? .i"" -- "f l/i-'i.icii ?!?
ill?- ,?i.in?!?>? and rntTirisi ? : hm rs. 1
cli.ir.utcr of |W B^SJtiSh oi.'p.f 44,11. in '.1.4 ? i ?I. M
its pean liar nitshnnss Atrendf, fosjsntl basse!
ids satOBf tas aataeaa, . ?. . - as ese an
f)jttt& tii it Bnsjlend Bsnsl eensa N he ne enf?n,
Btnat ctntent herself with mini; tn Urs bboi ser?
leim iin.it? i mtee reen 1 i , ?? ? i.i i- >fe* 'ii? B tt?i
ii..- i?ntttl -ii pi ?'i'??? th ? ' ? i"- ansst
?iMy tetter for the rest of tin- t4.11 1 lesnatrj
nrebnhl] hs the chiefs 1 ? ? ?? it???t gi
tcr\ i. ? tu ti,?- anana ;
Comb tttU hj The 7Vi??eec.
While we wi-'i will to th? English i'<
t<> ??ll ?itheis, w<- profoundly foel that
nieiii.il airi'iamli/eini nt of tin ir pie.-? ? . mill
fnit?Bf daVSB -, tlif.mirh the ? or.ve\;inco
thru ?bIb of the chioi sfaples el otaetteoi
tri?e, ami thetf tnutaforrnatlon there ii
Mei.il?, Waiee and Fehl ?-. to be Hence ?1
tribut?-?! sn/ef tii?' ??loi.?', 1- i 1 hi
the bigheat well-Liiiii; ?>i tnanhind. Hen
we appose tin British 1 h inen il in il icy- 1
that w?- vonJd injure tl English, bnl thai
aphold that polirj which sesos to n? eonducJ
to " the irri'.itii t (.'??.il ..t il,,
Now, it is. the himplo ttutii in 1-.1v tint,
the I.iiiish mi 1. - ' ? oteutd the Iris] -I"
dtiwBs of thts ?'o'liit y, tlu'v eonld not <<
siiani not V4i?ii tin..'- ?. ? rob bb
(?unpiiuiy m tnabeerii<n?-?- t?> tlnir eis
BB? ;irid \riahei tl an tl:ty h.il it-ialiv do. '1
Insli vote bete bas bt 1 Bverwbelntin?ly a
;i'iiii?t ihe Prot?t ' .on of Amiiii?ii 11.< 11 : ?t:
B| it BJBI ei li ISdi? ?'i<! l>-'i? n? .11101 lao
with the Tii bee ? ? tin ?iiti>h A?rUt?xreef si
m nntii?r?'iii-?ni to the inetincta and hopes
Kuiopean Denme; ny. Wh.itevi r m BJ be I
luijiiibe, BBeh i? '!?'? iiediepatable bet?
Sli.il! it be ? n foret ' 1 .'
PE0P08?D RELEASE OP THE GUVBOA1
or ciiiiim- the Spanish MiBiattn sras
r-linwd to ?How bifl ,'n.iln. its to ko into 111 i^
tion at ? risk, when he COttld mBJUtffS th
release by diploniacy. VTaaliingtoo advict
i>" ihly in bis intereetf. in<ttn*Bte that li?- hi
h.unUil a papei I?. ?1? .-i.niar.v oi Btfrtfl j >I ? - ? i.
IBS! that tho iriiiilio.i!,-? BIB BOt to l>" 11 I ?I f<
war airaii^t 1'? rn of any other iiition sril
which the United ^;.ti<-> an ?ti peaxe. Th
doonjnenl Utnipposed to be in htunbie unit;.tin
of one which the I'.iiivian iiinistf)T m
to Washington osj the ?????;-mn ol the ?let? ntin
Of his monitors ; and why should it ool
Spain cannot do bettOJ than imitate Pent]
th?4 affair of the BtOOitorB, if she wit h?-, t
pref?1 mreqaeet in the mat:?! of the s^uboal
On the other hand, it I'? in i.c-ht lo BtlBngthe
her ?laiin against the ;:iiii!;oats, she ?annot ?1
belter than follow the action of Spain in n ....
to the monitors.
The cas?? eonld not be n?ore t?anriooa than it i..
Won by the bUndeet iiBsirmneee, the repre
scntat i ve of Porn il ?-.nil to have expressed 'ii
satisfaction, ami report :? 1. 0 fat us to n.
that in .lannaiy all of the ?S??n!li Al1*eri?raj
Allies \sill im? t, to m' ' '? peace arith Lhei
ancient enemy and the dfatrojei of t 1m? lalani
arboBS bellis^renoi they bate rt^M^ised. 1
Muiihl be BBwiae to lean too stronglj ?m sucl
hearsay as this; nml are prefer the more time!'
and probable statement that tho Boaitton of thi
Spani.-h Minister derives its plansibilitr froB
the fact that his flew of the cast' is similar I?
that of the l'ei'.viai Minister two yiais a^'o
iianuly, that the war between Spain and Pen
eels.?!, afitfa B? intent to Hin", bfl ttlitieS
This, as are have sh'iwn, \4,h llinistet Uarela'i
opinion, thougb bis In st logic ?? "hi not taattki
out that DSBtOt c'-itiinly did BJ ist, and thai
war as certanily did not.
Here are should bave the retori eonrtoooB o?
the PeruTiana. Whal If they did plead fbj
peaee, to all practical intents, erhfti the Spttn
Isa Minister .1 1 id biubl ,?, Isted himhi the
eolltlllU.'lliee of ?1 ' 1 ? " I Tltis was in
the Siimiiier ol 1608, when Minister Qu il tdjajr?
Bcteriand the tsBsaasprion thai a stBte of srai
did not txist as " entirely gn i.itoa? ami iii-u."
What ?an be t!. matt.i ? Saj the BpunUtrd
peisttaded the J'citit-,, ;' Cul.a ?aniiot he
saved T AS it is, JOOJ ,,f i)l(. ti?o
Powers are aJtofi ? ? .1, and retiiiad as
of Dothlnsj so inn t.nv ?it tbe hn
prefnabls foi. bold was m \?-i
taken, lieiaiiM its defoi ?? ?,? BUtnagi il
?that ?me party ?could march oui while tbo other
! iiiaichcd m, an 1 in this ln.iuiiei the **mtii%QB
and tho assailants were continually otkaagiag
placea, The impregnable fort illuntrat<*s
?'?jually th?; strength of the Spauish-lYnivian
position and tho character of the neutral hos?
tilities existing betw<*en l'eru and Spain.
What next T _
THE PEAliODY CLAIMS.
It cannot he liai term..,' to the b?'st opinion of
England or America to have such 00?menta
on the President's Message ?us those which are
thought worthy of being transmitted through
the Cable as the views of The J'all
Mall (?a:ctle. The friendliest expression
toward us of such a journal might happen
to be impertinent, cither from misappre?
hension or all'ectation ; but this time The
QmtttU is not amiable, or else we inis
?onceive its snobhishness of temper.
"The Americans," it remarks, "are ready to
"aeeept an apology iu lieu of all damages,''
which is not exactly the case. " England," it
proceeds, " cannot'do more than she has already
"done"?which time, we trust, will in one way
or otlu.T prove untrue. "Time will amend
"American sensitiveness," says our indulgent
n it em i Hilary, and then we have the mil.indos!,
cut of all. "Such events as the demonstration
"in honor of Mr. Penbody will tend to mit?gate
"irritation." We nope SO] but now, may we
ben The (!n:eltc'8 attention to this passage in
itR issue of Nov. 17 ??
** Mi. I'l'iilni'ly wiis, niiiliiiilit, ;i voit* Lri.iiil ?uni rstinm
bls atan, rboss im-uniiy wa alldMftly i.-st.iwi , batlfl
IberaBB] reasoa whj bashouldalwaya baapoBeB <?f ?f
?tli'in.-r? l'i'iiiinily I' Tin' iill'i'ctiiiniii muy lie itardoBabla
in h hiniii|i?ir.iiiir, inn inen like Mi. Uladstoue and tba
Btshiip ..f 1..H..I.us;bl tu know better. Asaln, ia ?t ju
dieloa? m in iiriiiia.iiici" ?ttbtrutbto assuBiet-al Miuuiy
bereuet lbs bits Mr. r.-.,i,,?iy esteis-ed bit
<r-ii.tr 11 v tn tin- pear al tin? soanti >. w?> are, tberefore,
tu ?.?..ii it.iii.il irii iiiistiip ?Aim Aini'iii-.i I Mr. <?,,ul
BtatBS I ? aif u| 111. til itt it li llln-t I III |H ? 'I'. I III.' Vtl- sli.ill tir
a m i-v. r quarrel ?lib tbe ' roaatrj ol -?sorjre feebodj.'
Tbe Her. Me?wan Hallaajrstbat? Ueora**i Pentiodjrlea
link nf peace aad lore tutu. .n tbe two nations wblcb aiB-t
never in- inn!..-n.' hui) limit knows tbal pas?*? between
Kualand an?! A inert? a dues nol d? ,ieud upon tbe lueiBHtrjr
til Mr. I'rali.iilv'.-i lliaiillii-lice : It tlfI??-'l.U.s oil tllu h'tifl
liill.tVInr nf llljtll llilllnlis."
There fa no need to point out tlie taste, the
temper, or the moral of this pi'trimis objec?
tion. But we ought to remark what seenht
Beret tp have entered th?' bead of Mr, l'ea
body'S palmus, to wit: that he was London'?
great b< nofacior, and America's gift to En?
gland, ROI Englands to America. A Queen's
Milniliide ami the honois of Westminister
Abbey were highly appr? einlile ; but Kiiglaiid's
homage, lirai and last, was due to her bene
taetor, George ivabody, and? we presume, wa?
mit Intended ia payment of the Alabama Claim?.
We will not dishonor the memory of that noble
man by Imagining his tetaeqojea to have been
the pression of a poaitry. We ?hi not preaenl
Mr. P. ab'tly'.s benefactions as iimoiiir our elainis
growing out of UM late war. I'ropriely. mag*?
nanimity forbid that we should count them in
with our Alabama ?laims ; but chums in them
ki'Im? they certainly were and are. England
has hoiioied IniMlf ami us iu not iguoiiug
Ht fon Con','!? ms ttdtea any steps toward
h , isl.itnui upon th?- Cuban bu-incs??, it shouhl
rail upon Secretary Pish to transmit, for iu
; liiiuiniation. all diploni.itie papers and corr?'
ipondeaee thai may have passed between him
tell and tl?- Bpanish Minister at Washington,
or that may have passed between Gen. Bicklea
and tho Bpanish snthoritiea al M.i?lii?l. The
Be. retary sboold also he caUed apon for In?
i.ir,ii ition eoneerning any negot?aUf?iVs ?m title
stibj.it that may bars been commenced, 01
may have been attenipted, either at Madrid ?*r
.-.' Washington. 'I).. reQueat for these papers
and tins information should be pnt in soeh u
iraj thai the Beeretary will accede to it
promptly, insti-.i?! of replying that it-t "trana
" mi?* on at this tune will be pn -judicial to tho
"public interests,*1 or septetliing ?>f that B?art?
[( tbe Beeretary troiiamittf all the tacti and
dispatches in his rrcpartmnnt. ere belioTe thai
? ? i will I ?? put. in poasesaiun of a good
.!?. l ?.t ralnable intelligence regarding matters
thai are now oliecare, and will be able t?i
h ,.*. late tritb much more sagacity and ?locu?
tion than would s-therwisa ba aeeaiUe,
Kor example, it would In* interesting to know
the pr??if laets r?gar<iiiig the alteged ofler <?f
ne ili.t'i'iii, ol "tender of the BjOOd ollices'' ?if
ooi (?. veium?m, for the Bwjjttlentent ?if the
Bptuiish Coban d?Bcnltiea last Su-naier? Waa
then stilt ?m oflbr ?>r tett-torl how was il
let ii\e?l at the t me by the Math id Regency 1
hu t!..- pinpo-itioii been renewed sinee, or has
any atigiceation been rocently tnade about it T
What ahoal the jproboal ?|n?-.sti??n whisk made
auch a noise a lew weeks agol la what way
WS?! the subject brought t?i the utt? iition of our
Minister at sfadridfor has anything been ?lone
tir said about it try the Spanish Mlaiatec at
Wa iiiiettoiiT 11 is these been anything new
lately altoal American inediiilioi), Cuban i.,?u_:
D tk n, or the release ot the Bpanish gonboatsl
Cogiese must nut take any steps in the dark
regarding ?un foreign ivtlatiooa?aad it maat be
eapecially carcfnl al this Hme to take no falso
steps about tho Spanish-Cuban btuinees. There
is already a iteal press are ??p?"i i' in favor of
the iiiiKM iliaU* recognition of the belligerent
lights of the Culiui lb public, and there i? no
doabl thai street efltirtawill be made to induce
it to adopt miasir.es that mav embair?s?*, nur
peaceful relations with the Bpanish QoTern*?
mint. Bot WS are sur?! that Congress would
I?: wise to refrain from any legislation opon
these .piestions until it, has procured all the
[nl ?rotation regarding the points nt, issue that
may non __dsi in the Btate l'rp..iliiu'iit.
M i set 11 m im; VOTES.
Tin Wot Id sees lit to ?ay, with reference tt)
th?- ailmitted and in part collected foigeii? 10.
What puiported to bo return?, of votes east in
Brooklyn at the late elee-*oa *.
" It tvu? tlio PSMIsWSllS in.- n ili.it llrstritla.nl tll<? iil.irtu
u .1! .-..i:, l ii.,?-itt.-nt.ir lbs ?iiit.i.c t.? rii.'in. it ubs
I? :i 11 I.itl D nl'.ii ?ill? Wlln -Hit It Mop I?) till? ?I'lionitl, llll.l
]i[. viiti'tl IIS ?'?in iniiiii ttlnii. It 1? I', 11,11.rit,nt,Hit nil?
\t lin un BS_ fiivii.inl In tij iii?- in luiuKtlitt l?iiiiiy imriifs
*? ftbet? M tbsre un insfiiiii'fi In wlilih tie jires.-t ,,f tin?
0 ?i?-1" ?de, m lliair tillni.ili, lint?- takes a l.i.l.t ?tiiinl
SB-la ' tiiiun In llii'ir imily 1 It Is Ami lins Inen iijji-nly
i.nii imiiiii'iy ii.,!iiitt.'.itii;it nt leaal half it Simon stanbei?
of tb? i.? sjstattsieaf last sear ?ara rniwatati m bf Bapab
HSU ' SOI BBS,te, w Ina were puni I11tj.1i sums fui linlni; tlili
vsiitii. in tin latstsst sf lbs .'.iii'tni.iti's. im' uiiitM stuii'M
-. 1 ititr. Tbs im t Mint it. ?iiiiiiii-.-iti m.'ii^tTHi.r taaan-li
v.l.,1 ?ere i...t rleetsd to tbs ?rslriatsmsseyserago
v.iITS I unlit. i| in liy it- ?aiiliiu-.tti aaBTSSSBIB, Is vt.-ll kimtt ii
m tin' i'-.ui' ra <>f tii.it party, p ?sa tbs B-nBaadseal k>i-M|i
ililllliX tin Si'li itou il c.iil.vt m (In. Lift l.?-_.'1sl.it tin? ; jet
nut s ?S 'I Im a li-1 n ,i,l ., .11, ,1 ?' ni ?11'.'iHil lit-un it.,aMir
of Hi ,s'.it.', nor lu u hp.. 1 ? of mil- of tin Ir oiittor-?.
"Wi n? ?il ko no fuitlii-t back lli.ui tnl.-t ><-.ir to hIiow
ti.i' bypseiasy of timt patty?*"
CoinnuiitH hy The Tribune.
There is a tonniiiahle, bitter fend in the Dem?
ocratic Party Of PiiooUyn, wheieof nun faction
nominated John ('unnin-ham for sheiiiv, and
the Other defeated him at the polls. Then the
beaten faction undeilook to count in tlmir ?le
ieatcd eandidate, and the other would not let
it be ?lone. And th?) ? nil is imt yet.
lint tin ??? ii.nuis did not begin with lui?
coiiniiiig. There is no kiicIi I)? nioci.uic ma
jiinty in Kini-'s ?is was retnrood for Seymour
and Ibill'inan last year ami lor MelaOB ?N? Cu.
this fear, That unjority was swelled by
trattdi in ttte roUn&aadaUU l'uithct b. traads
in tho counting. These were part of a syi
twin brothers to the " slianich'ss and cr
"frauds" which the Editor of The W'orl
perpetrated dining his brief stay at tho
of our last Preeidentia] contest, and whi
unhesitatingly attributed to Wm. M. 1
and A. Oakcy Hall. He did not see them
but be ?saw their work and recognized i
teniity. We lielieve he is morally certa
we are?that if none but legal voles
counted, and these fairly, Gen. Sigcl woul
be Secretary of State elect.
Hut wo aro far lasts' concerned as tt
frauds that have been than as to those
may be. The Kepulilicans were swindled
the vote of our State for Precfcleut in ISK
have just been ?'liormously swindled ngai
Bak tho probation of law against ?similar 1
hereafter, mi matter !>y whom or for whose li
perpetrated. We submitted to members (
last Legislature a bill making every a
miscounting or ballot-box StaffingB felon.1
were assured that it shouhl receive consi
tion ; but it did not. Those who ?ont:
th?- action of tho Legislature had other
ness which they deemed moro importai
Will The World urge upon the innjori
our BOW legislature the duty of accorilin
fullest protection to th?! ballot-box by pu
ingas lei?,ns tlios?' who corrupt it, whetlu
illegal voting or by dishonest counting?
What we have moro than oneo maint;
with respect to the leooustooction of
MlsaisBippi is made ??specially ?dear in a n
adopted by the Louisville Convention,
body, through their Conimi'tee, have ma
???iiaiii that by private eBterpriee bIosm
the levees 1 ? r-atistaetoiily rebuilt; ami
while tho General Government should i
suiveys and plans for the work, a joint f
eoinpany can do it more cheaply than any S
Government help is not undesirable, in vie
what has bien ?Ion?! for other timleitak.
but Government assumption of the enter]
is held to involve a wa.stel'ul blunder ; to w
sre SJBBBt? No bettor plan for the BCOOtUP
ment, within reasunahle tini?-, of a L
System seems to be oflered than this of
Conveition, n im? ly ? a company ehait?:r?-tl
a t? nn of years? with the right to pay tl
Selves from the fair taxation of such alk
lands and crops as derive a value and pel
their e\i?tcnce lnuii the levees.
work should bo maintained like a ?
idaBS railio.ul, and should collect
?lues as a ntflrond collects its frcif;
We shall not quarrel about the details of
work if only tlie main f?attir?-s of the ;
Sjive US m ?'ei'lain pmnii-e of its speedy I
suinuiatioii. Then an- seven million acre
Mime nf the beat arable lands in tho woi'h
be ii'clainied, which, at a production of a
to tin? acte, with $M per bale, would y
',000,000-this, too, with special BUB
upon the fact that our two millions and a
bale-? of c?)tton Otop? tltOOgh one-half the Vi
of all our exports, fall short of ?>ur own
parity, and by a million bales or so of |
Bali of the actual demand of the world wl
we should Supply. Hot less than fjsAMI
would be mveated la the plan proposed?
Gov. llebeit reports an assurance of $500,0
OX) from Europe. '1 his are pr?fet to accept
what it i.s woith, that is to say, with a v
largo discount ; but it certainly appears t
neither money nor an immense field for its
is wanting BS B condition to the M
Austria and I'ln?. ?a are muttering v
Hardly is it said tint Atutria possesses 01
wiielming proofs of the complicity of Prut
in the Dalmatian revolt, before the Prince
Monti-negro protests sgaiBsl the oocupatiou
his territory by ABBtriaa troops, and is 8
tained by Prnasia. Montenegro is the pci
incc from which ineorrectioa lias been ionien
not only in Ihilmatia, but, as it is also charg
iu the Turkish Provinces of Herzegovina 1
Alli.uiia, both of which havo conspirai
in leugne Brith their Austio-Italian nei;
hois ol Cattaro. Of this the Hu.vsi;
and Tin hs appear to be ecjnnlly aware, I
Consul ot the formerai taBgnaa beleg susjpeei
O? ?halings with the Molitemgrin plottOIB. B
the Utter having lately sei/eil a vessel of ar
and munitions judged to have been ?lestm
for rebels in Hersegovlna. Austriaund Turk
uie thus made sharers of a common niUfi
tune, and are agreed Bl to the demand whi
Austria has made upon the European Howe
to be allowed to pass troops for Dalmal
through Ttvkiah territory in order to save
journey by sea. Strange though it Ire, there
reason to ??aspect that Prussia and Ruai
are of one miml in the Dalmatian allai
eke BJC cannot account lor the supposed in
exhibition <>! Prussian uuil.tciiy. Notwithst.un
lag the Stated failure of the extrailition treal
between the two Powers, aad the aat?*Prsnaaii
ment of St. Peteraburgi it is not diffica
to conceive of their union 11 aggression wil
?1 view to teiiitoii.il gain. Doubts may neu
however, whether the movement of Hruss
has been as maik??l as the icars of tho Au
tu.111 t ahmet.
If the building of th?- grant depot at Fort}
second-st. will BBCUTC the n-moval of tl
Harten ami New-Haven freight boainei
from tYutlc-st., then will be it prolonge
thanksgiving from a bundled thousand ?b'lay?
and disgusted ?lown-town travelers. Ycste:
?lay, a little before ? ?Alock, when dinnci
Were wailing, one of the heavy freight truel
?unk, Just at tlie Janction of the Thii
ami Fouitli-ave. hacks, and forty or lift
??SMI were blocked for half an hour. The pa!
Sengen of ?out.se had to walk the remainder ?
their jourm-y, hising the trains out of town an
gelling colil ?linnets in town. Jt isa ?usagre?
ahle truth that when there is.snow on the grouni
and ?airs are most iice?l?-<l, the ?onipani?
"double-up," as they call it; that is. taht? o
half the cars and put double teams to thos
they run. Tho revers?* should bo the rule
when there is a stoint there should be a larg
addition to the number of cars. Hut th
pool Stockholden <?1 CUj toads, who have go
j a monopoly of our Streets, and who make onl,
a palty forty to eighty per cent a year on thei
original Investment, really ?aiinol afford t'
clear a track of snow or put 01? an SXtTB botB
for the accommodation of tho public. Let o
siiggist a popular subscription lor a testimo
nial to thcsti publie spirited ami self ssjfirlflfilni
The BjBWS from Paraguay and Montevide?
which we publish this morning confirais on
often repeated ??luuiou of the pniposs ef Brnsi
in the pnsent contest with l'araguay, am
shows thut the two lu 'publics which WSII
driven or cajoled into an alliance with her an
WBkiog ui> to a lively Muse of their owi
danger. They are clamming for a cessation Ol
the war anil a iiiptui?- of the alliance, ami tin
indignation which recently was poured sol
upon the ?U - ??ot "u- Lopes is now turned wit?
almost equal force upon the bloodthirsty ??Hi
, cere of Doiu PsdrOi The 4.ijii?iiieitd dis'.ricla yl
Paraguay seem to be virtually ruled by a Bra?
zilian pro-consul, of whom a curious and ap?
parently authentic story is told in our dis?
patches; and tho people of Uruguay aud tbe
Argentine Republic seem to have a well
grounded apprehension, that their own turn
will not be long in coming. The recent action
of the Colombian Chamber of Representatives
in testifying to the p<!oplo of Paraguay their
appreciation of "the indoinitablo valor with
"which they have defended their sovereignty,
"their iudepcndenco, and their liberty," shows
that tho voracity of Brazil is understood and
dreaded in other parts of tho South American
Mr. Nathaniel Sands receives a testimonial
of which any man might be proud, in the let?
ter address? ?1 to him by many of our foremost
citizens, which appears iu our c?dumna to-day.
This letter is in acknowledgment of his ser?
vices to the cause of Municipal Reform, where?
with Mr. Sands has for years been conspicu?
We should, if asked, have advised that this
testimonial bo somewhat delayed. Our Muni?
cipal affairs are in such a stak' that we revolt
at the idea of congratulating oi honoring any
one connected with them till *o?i<; reform shall
have been clearly achieved. Surely, tho City
was never more shamefully misgoverned and
plundered by those who should be sinning ex?
amples of frugality and every civic virtue than
she is to-day. But, as Mr. Sands has recently
assumed an important ofiicial attittnle in con?
nection with the Common Schools and the
Taxes of our City, it may bo well to remind
him of the high hopes cherished by his friends,
and their esnflsVsnee tliat his future will justify
their most sanguine expectations. In tliit? view,
wo commend this correspoudcuco to general
The maimed veterans who are on our Pension
List ar?: nearly all poor. They receive their
pensions once ?very six months. It is illegal
for them to pledge their pension papers in ad?
vance as sectility for borrowed money, and it
is illegal for any person to lend money on the
pledge of such securities. Yet the necessities
of theso poor pensioners, especially through
the pim-hing BCSBOM that is now upon us, con?
stantly compel them to resort to the usurer?
for loans. When? ver a money lender
takes the ri.-ks involved in this illegal
action ho charges from 80 to 4C
per cent, or Fnmetiincs even higher, for it
Tho only practical method of protecting th?
pensioners from tlieso vultures seems to be to
pay them oftener. Gen. Butler's resolution,
the other day, calls upon tho Postmaster-Gen?
eral to present a plan for effecting this pay?
ment, through the money-order system. This
seems to us a beneficent effort, and, if practi?
cable, should by all means be crowded through
at the earliest moment.
The Supreme Court of Massachusetts has just
?leaded a case which is of iuterest to Acculent
Insurance Companies. This was an action of
Perry, Executrix, agt. Tlie Provident Life In?
surance and Investment Co. The plalutilPs tes?
tator was disabled from his usual employment,
and com pen sat ion was claimed for thirteen
wci-ks at the rate of $10 per week. The testa?
tor's right arm was crushed between two rail?
way cars on the 11th of December, 1800, at nine
o'clock in tho forenoon, and ho died iu hospital
at tlie same hour on the nioming of tho 12th
of March, 1867. Payment was refused, on the
ground that Perry's injuries were "fatal." The
Court now gives judgment for the plaintiff on
the ground that "the terms of tho insurance
"?ire to be construed together; and by iujuries
"not fatal all injuries are intended that do noi
"prove fatal within ninety days."
The Postmaster-General, confronted by s
?Illicit at the end of tho fiscal year of over
live millions, comes to the sensible conclu?
sion that tho Department cannot make both
ends meet by carting enormous maassoa oi
mail matter all over the couutry for uotliing,
or BOZt to nothing. The sagacity of th?
1'ost master-General in finding this out it
entitled to the most respectful admiration.
Those who have been fortunate enough to gx-t
a peep at tho sanctums of many business ?ni?
ces, may have imticed there enormous heaps
of bundles, all marked " Pub. Doc.,r and ail
sent to men who do n't want tlieiu, and who,
iu turn, send them io tho paper-mill. Whan
Govi'iniuciit gives up the publishing btisiuc*??.
furnishing thousauds gratuitously with books
they do BOt Bjilh to read, tho deficit will be
We now know exactly what it costs for an
otliivr to maim and disable a private si-ldier
for life. Capt. Thomas M. Calmar, a cavalry
captain, having tied up by the wri?rs one
Hughes, Company C, 0th Cavalry, the Mid
Hughes lost the lingers of each Bs?Bd by tins
cruel and barbarous punishment. A c?mrt
niartial having found Calmar guilty of this
crime, he is suspended from rank and com?
mand for the piohmgeil term of ?me }ear, and
is to be contiiietl to the post of Foil Kulaiid
soti, in Texas, for the same perio?!. PiivstC
Hughcs's " suspension'' w;us a rather moro
serious matter. Isn't it pretty clear thai WmCS?
tlogging was .abolished the substitut ?OU of
something WOCSS thau ?tofS^Bf ????* BtsWBl
intended ? _?__?_??_
While Mr. Borie WUS ?Mcntaiy 4,f the Nn?;,'.
he signed an order that no chief of a bnrcau
in the ?lepartmcnt, or nny other otlieer, -
coinuiunieato with the Sectctaiy ou bu-m ?
e\c?-pt through Atlnnral Porter. The p' 1
intinnities of Mr. Boris atlouled an e.\t u-? foi
this regulation which ?Iocs not apply t ? Mr.
Kubesoii. ll is no ir.oro than ju.-t that nitf r?
of tin- navy should have direct BCeCSS t> tl I '.r
chief. Has the ?irder SVSt toofl revoked I
We supp?v?e that BbIbbVB ot IIa\t:. who hSS
}USt ?Iceland himself PlSSSnV it f? ??
next pioclaiin buns? If l.mpei.ir, ami ?lut',
altera tune, will fa'l to p.cees, and l! ?' '??
Jamaica. Such things have ?UaPpSBCd >n ttsyt
before. Let Sal?.ave remember SotttloUs, IC
Ferrari's comic opera ot *' I'ipclc," which ?i
t-i he preSSSBBl mi Ir'.iluy uuLt for tlie Ht?t USSS S t'?
United istutps, it tli?! BSSaa BSBSsWaVaa BiWSmBS*. M I if
Ac.ulciny of Mii'ic WnBBBW.1 IBS SBBCttn ?I '<" *
??linn ni.iy bo. the utlractio .???f taWtSBBtan Sn?nt .?:??.?
sa?Bsh tt itrrr rl ieu?c a Bssttasarlna? BUssB ? <
seetBs BjbSIbb:rrrs. ir? "** BBisrsrasi tin' Ba. ? ?n
to fri'llf III ll StnatStWSt ?Liell 1111 ? > v\ e. O?e,'???'? ?i ' .1?
liiue/alo ?luite tuto the abide. YS Uli liu'su two aru?U tLs
ofsea ciiniiut full tu sjs off an)**.
Il.tvihit ahe.nly ni.i'l?) BVS amioitTirennMit.? s4 IBs
"iioiltlvely lust jri>rf"rini?'ii'c of ? Willis? Till'"???' ?re
HMiiiiiii.il t.?sav Hint u will Usdinv- .. ,?i" mi bstni
tlie Iii.it in??- ttkStnaSnf III?' Ililiie.'? .?I'l'.lti'H; ?y lli.it lit*
world will not ?sill?n?.'!)' let ?lh'.
?ONCI'.KT AT srillNW'.VV IIA1.I..
Mr. 1. N. Kice, a young Phil.ule'pbi'*'? ??<?*
jtiht come BSCk fiotu l.unn"', win re Ii?> SSSSVSnl BBSS
tiiii?i in BtasteSl ?tinl.ee. II?) SSSSfB with hun nn ?
)>i;iii.i foi t.' f;int:i.?i.i, In ??nneelti) form, und niii'i'o-' - "a <??
? IseTsnlns st Btsiawsj Hall, tut. i
of Mr. Rersuisun's orfliestm. Mr. r. lieritii?'" ?
Ja.io LuiidaUJuu wiliS'V? VaUiclj lo Ui?j tult;it?iiuiU4;u?V.