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^MfSM-tt, -?ttturr?, ttc. Ollis ifticnitii*.
ll?M.r?V'l nun it. I w.iiit liiiiil-M. god Sixth-live.
.-??U?. ea-ib ? Baa*-.
tirrit Am. Tiikattr-- "Fron Fr?m."
OOaVRii oi'H.A fBmVBB, .'wcnty-lhird-Si sntt
t >, a .- 1 ...? !'? ' ftt " ?
Nun ?.'-1. iiii-i v.--" l'iapin. tlio King of the Oak!
Mia?' .?.. Mr ?ad ?dr. Hart t, ?I tilla-?
IllVMi!. 1 III A M--.lt. ? " H Hill? li." Oa I* Poa?
w m tt r's 'lin-tn it. Broadway hh.1 TMrteonth*
it -" l?i?. at .??? J It Hallet.
Wool-?. Ni? .-i -iM.-At I: "Pygmalion." At li
IVkteli- _. _
Knit A I-gOM*aIf-Miaou,Ka. M I.iou.livay.?
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Ki**gr*Tosn Cn:, it, .\>tiit*>ciith-?t.?(?rand Pro
gnaw MO Ki"e?lii?'iii?a.
m\ ] i:i.Mi.-f.? MiNyrr?r:i->.?Miscellaneous pcr
?t>rii??,ei
.. M. ('. A. Mai i .? Al Bl Great Charity Concert.
Mti?i-i"N'tvr. lUi'iisi (iiiiu-ii, at Thirty-fourth
?t?Co?cert
___asnto*s (Sallkky, No. w*? Broad? ny.?F.xiii.?ii ion
.1 .1 ?ka ??? Art
Mi;s. I.?min: The Rev. Dr. 'Ittastmi-'s t burch.
goiiy-aesoa.! ?? ne?r Kiftb-ae?.? ' I b. Nerroo? Staten. '
|Biuintii ?loiirt".
Tiik Ui.ooi? is Tin; Lffl,
Kaw I'l-criTBaT
< ameaaap sotaaB tk?at???t.
I?, Ittt.rws bi? lor,led ? pmmatm o&rt, ?t No. H Wen T?etitletb
?l Ni? turi, f..? ti* fttpmt of irnti??, Thrvlt, Lur|, ?ltd i'I dueil'l
????r.t 1.? ?n laiptre rt.adltioa r.f ?be b'ood, by mein of lue lulu itiun uf
mil,, ?? ? r-?i?l. nation if eaa.ntial ,-??e?. tatnell rh'iuiil? aa.1 a-riruliuc
? en b?,e be.r r>n x lo for t. k? t'oiur .?. Lot ?. Lout U?it,i?>lf remita,
?iii the re ml unpor'int .'tiro? i ty mat mott TI., i r. merila! ?Kent In en?
tirely iHget'-ii i i <-..???> Mum a?d 'jtf-tt fruin ?li otber n ?teiai uf tr??t.
emit foi J ?.?,??? pecul ir to lb. bl min fiiuilr. It ?oiilJ lie linpuiaible
li Ibu limited apiee Is roter lu) y t to tbe pT.i t-iopby ami ?real athan
ts.e, to lr. tin re.1 by ti, , mubo,! of treittoetit, dot lulf.os it to ia?, that
<.i?_eti ,a ti. .tri! teLuii'.ui ni tbe tatt, aud ill lufci.lit in a braltby
??'?a???-? | nu.!?.! ? 1* ) tire ?? d ?tuple In quiutit? But la '?????. pro
i-r,i?n ii. : ti r i I...?! tree?.inM lilJe.1 ?iib effete o alter, '.nf?i ?mailor..
losa! or (e?<r?l, ia loduted. ami tbr ?h?le atrurtorc w In dai.-r, t.. reo
?.tate tb. !. ,?' lb. ?0'iri-* of b.?Th? irrretion?, li lorrly the ?ly lo
?.pa t to? au -rbirf. and a? pore ?lr I, iaffit-l.it only fur kenllhy ?..ntii
? ima it i, m. a,.?'.1? ,,f pro:i ally orerro-lna; ?tiar,i?..f rum! lion? In
I ?w, ti . ? t'e Saaaal fur ? ?r.attl ruyy.y mu,I L. ui*t lij a larger
aupply u! It.? .ife-emnK a?;ent
Th? !?'??>?'< i . ., tLa ?leanent, of bone, the ia??e blond furtiahei tbe
. .u,-,u ol ?.""' r , lu air???, tbr eleaienl? uf ?erre ; to ?kio. tbe e!?
n rut? ol i. n . ?".I yet. at In.? rich o' tbe?e d'&Vr? io<newliit in rump,?:,
?mr frss Ib, i n ibe itin,i:to?ut e!rnieti1i f! bluol, br wbch they ire
; ni,ill.?.: at.'1'.? ?ne. linn t!. nr| ..rime? of a nir.ii'al l.'rnt tbat
w:,l rta. a ? I .!.??i-e.t ml Inpurenal eil ?.in.!:l!o: ? tf tin Maali f.r h.it?
?ill ?be h'o.'il make be.libv bone, muirle nrr?e, and ?kin, if in an liu
(?urr ?id di?, a* J mi,.'. ti, n I ?>i??.-en l? the ui.'vrr??! |..i :?? It 'I.'" J
puiitsr, lud ;? 'm' I*:tif u,.,! it? '.m.Jiil l," Dt In r.atni.tig tb? di?
???ed lo IssHk llr.-.t!.' i iLlotbe Intu? it enteri tt.ecirr.ilitiou.rjet-trni
I?.???' ?11 iTi.|..i'.t..? I tb. Mr,.: ?tuiiullluin ti ? alnmicb to b'lllby
.. Lui., (ana lag Ir.t'ir two? :.. '? :. r_M ' . brrakliii? np ill n.rruui
nie., and ni.-..tiling ata 1.1* ?ml liga! to tbe ibattered ?uJ
... llti.iv,-, ?? ? r>?" lar jrarj'tat. of Me.Iirlne. Si.Tj-rry. atd llreien?.
'* iierefur. in ?ilkina' sgjfas a ?i-ecall? Is ?OM Ott prop..at tu take tb?
?.??te i.: . ietlti*??l bat tit-nr?? to cut.p. late a?itb bim io
? li ?.?lilli' li'.t.i:. atiff.-Il y
IT.i?i,...? .??? i i .len tar rall tr. ! .pre?ti(?te t-is reinejr -md ne II al
?o ?un i?-? la tie r j '?rllr..
All tnqo r e? I r Irii.r ?ill be imwerrd, atd ?li LecMifit lnfor-iitlon
? .?o kr rilli!,; upon
W Ii. Brow??, M. D .
*?" !^ Weil Tarn t:.tl . , New York.
To remove Moth Patches, FrH-kl?'??, and Tan
f ??!? tl.e f?'., ?-, I'KKi?? i Muth A?m Kkb?'Ki ? IxiTin <? Vor S?l? by
a 1 urtu;.;i.t, 1're: ire.l ot.!t l.v I?, It ?'. IVrry. 49 Heil ?t?
Batci.KU>R*I Hair Iiyk.?The bt'st in the
?ml.!. It-tit tit.runi. birolen, perfect. Appl.ed it Kirtorr, No II
BsssVsL !?? ?!?'. wai ia! ?Mt
\\ UK! li l: \ W li son's BeWIMO Bf ACHIM B.
lill Broad? i?, c mar T?et.t. ainh it? ?old. I.? pinn?; SU latta, ind
?HO per i...ntl:, ?ni...tit utri .birt. Ma.-hir? a rt> let J T. It. ?
AltllfK 1A1.ITIK-?CA? MBit J.IMI'.**.
?m Bmi.' .tar. N. Y : l,??t'b?rt.nt ik, Ptiila. ; Bl Hr??n-?t.. Ba???o?.
MONDAY. APRIL 4, 191%
A railiiiintTitarj- crlut? Is Imminent in Frunce. Tbe
Raspara daalnsa fats ??f tbe i>ei?j?lo, an?l his Mlatotrj
.?!?.? iii?i?.?iii t.. euitiiiittinK their new ?irojcct ol tatarata
Hu? ?'?,ri?a Laa-OaSIl - ? The Force bill now awaiti
UM ai>i?io\al of ti?, ii mee, . ? =- The new Colnnial .Min
?ett-rof sjiam iiiciuri s tint ins aglolaas laganttogtTatia
nilli l'ttrtti Kir t? ??re the same ?s tkeaa of hih i?rtil?-cem?or.
Tin stake ut LaCr.uz.it toSaOtOtOOi under rlntous
i'in ?Lim? ?. ? ass A general movement on tin? insur
???. nt? in (Tilia lia?? been b? ?.nu t.y Hu- BpaaO-rsta ArariK.?
I,fi? ??eu, .1 an a.ltlrt-sa ?aOS-Bg the truth of t,iie?ad.i'?
??AteineiitH.
The .nennte wa? not In BSBrisa on Saturday; the House
i?u???fd th.? i?iii for taaaaUag the Plagaia,aa4 tn_q|cd
UM Tdiiff. ----- Oalawil men voted in Wiluilngton,
DaL, at .? s. iit.til clertionon Saturday. _..--. In Kirliuioiid
-l-yc'i Lui-nu rcfuae.l to SfeSf tho otdn of Jud?ce L'nder
?I'ood. Hiid iii.'litair aid hu? btM.u called lu. ? - ? Tho
lodiaiia au? rouintittii.g ?ei-iou? depredations In
tieir tlir,_ieiit,l .?tnlti: ?t. Raturday. c____ 8an Franctseo
hassal >tarara sarthtaala iBeett _? kptU te has
'???ii? uaiiieil in IViiii-.tltaijia at? a day of Jubile?, for tho
gMMSaOS diiiei'ilnieiit.
An M F. Cliuicb In Itro?r|tlyn and a Catholic ?"hurch In
tina city were ?Iiilicuted .ve?t*r?lajr. .__!?_ So tletTwiw
fia? been ?.-it?-?? yet In the Foley-Smlth contest for .nper
??i?or. . Jiid.e lagraaaa* ha* refused a itaj- of nro
.?e-dlti(ri .ii the Roi ii?. H*i ?a.e. ==-. a fire in Ka?t ?t. ]
ia?t nlnhf cau.ed the death of three men. .-(iold.
nil, in]. TVioisssstSf taliiittsj. U. t*. 12; ?-uiiday,
I-', ti n
COKKI. i ICI I holds ht r Slate K1? ction t-o-day.
lln Sham Dt-niut-iiicy bojM to win their last
.it tin i !?> k.imiii of the cx.-lu-iiou oi fifteen
'mulit?l iitoiien from the votin? lists to ivhich
.!i?> iMnil.1 sim ly he at] n Mu ed if the election
vt-ie h. l.l ik week later. Kepulilicaii?! you eau
ili-a,'l?(ii?)t them by drawing out your last voter!
?>oit:
(Ils impossible that there can be a parti?le
of tru'li m the stoiy telegraphed tootie of our
Mtoapotarfeo, that PUllipo, theeabMdcr, just
.-.??iiiiitil in Inland, and Mr. Paul S. Fesbes,
MU eegotiatol al Madrid, are one, and the
ihuio |?.r.?.?)ii. Mi. Postal is far toe well kumui
lo niaki- tin-? st?ny other than ridiculous.
BflbrtS to further reduce the duties on tea,
codec, ?ind a fe? other niticl?-,. failed in the
House on Saturday, mid the li-ures fixed by
Hi?- ('.?iiiinittte in the new bill are to staud.
This i? .m Meoerogiog opeainf ??t Um Import*.
mt d?bet? oa the details of the Bseasaie, und
u\ ure led by it t.? rejoice in the anticipation
of a brui di bate and a slight reduction of the
revciim,'. _
The Mayor of I'linceton. N. J.. Mr. K. I..
Stoned.? r. lagf tsked the Attoriicy-Ceneral of
tin? Stat.- it the colored peopls have a rijrlit to
vote at the borough' ele.-tiou to-day. The an?
swer of the Attorney is in Hu- ailirniative. It
co?tai!,s liso an intimation to Judges ol theil
responsibilities Wkfeh will be opt t<? ?bier the
most iinl.jrii.int Deiix.ciats who s,.rve in Mich
capa? it:? s from refosieg the vote ??f any col?
ored cit-sea who prseeats big ballot.
Wit imMhi a fuM lepett of the vgnsMiitg
made "ii .-?atin.lay in tho case of John Foley
atfaiiir-t Henry Smith, contesting: the appoint?
ment of the latter as Supervisor. The claim
of Mr. Poley is made on the Kiound of Mi.
Smith'?, iticli?-ibility under State laws, he hold?
ing the otlice of Police CommisMoiier nt the
time of the election. The petier.il def? n_c get
up ?M that ?hj-'ibility to otli.e was and ?ould
bg ?l..?tii?ed only by the Constitution. Th?- de
(i.ion of the Court, which will be looked for
with iaiereet vas Nserrei.
A | s days will exjilaiii the i.itMery of the
MWS ne t., the minimi by whn-l, ?? cum?, hog
be?i. caused m l'aihaiii.-iitaiy i;.,v.-ti,?i..?t g|
Perla. v??,:?i,,fui l(> relktkt Nepolecsa desires
'" ******* ?* ebaaged sflbin to i rote ol the
l-eople, ulule bil i?,;,??.t.i.s ?r. not aUlinftilSl
?I1*' s,-,,,,::' Com littra shall ', discus? I !??
^"????M'? U?Uatif. The effect of sacha con
-???ta feto mal a ,iM( f!.
?""" ' ,?-'!" '-'Wial titan .1- Uberuh. whom
b? Miiii-iii.'ic.l t0 his Council, wini''H ?he op
posite is probably ike case. He event eoali
be a greatei sarprfee io tbe enemies of Kapo
l??t?n than his ?Itihriniitation to ?ubinit a neiv
pro.ject tit it form to a voto of tbe people. It
seems t??o ?nod to be true.
nave the announcement this iiiorninK
that France bal kept her promimt to rescind
the regulations which il.-nicil ?bo rii?ht of an
Anieiicaii Cable Company to land its wires on
French shores. It will be remembered that
this was insisted upon by our C.overnment at
the time of the leading of the Flench Cable
at Duxbuiy, Mass. Tin? action of ear Govern?
ment had our hearty support; that of the
French authorities, thoagfc a little delayed,
deserves ackiiowhilKnienl._
We have tiainful intelligence of Indian depre?
dations in Wyoming. We arc told that twen?
ty-live Indians were placed in their camp "iu tho
"outskirts of Atlantic City," by Gen. Auj-ur,
"and were supnoscd to be peaceable." Of course
it is Indian human nature for twenty-five chiefB,
under army puard and fniidance, to attack,
without piovocation, a stronprer force of citi
r.cns with rilles in their hands. Why cannot
these ?ttoricB be made intelligible by stating the
provocation which the aggressors su tiered T
It would bo eminenlly absurd in Hefl-ta
Trumbull, Conkling and Carpenter of the Sen?
ate Judiciary Committee, if they were to cou
sider the failure of Senators to adopt their re
potts without question as a quiet hint to re?
sign. Would it not be wiser to take their
action at its real value of a comment on the
unprofitableness of splitting hairs? In the re?
pinta onden. Ames's eligibility, and the T-XM
Admission bill, the members of the Committee
strained at very small gnats, though it is not
to be supposed that they imagined that they
were gulping down the large-it-sized camels.
The definition of "inhabitant" was not a
proper subject for .. fortnight's debate ni the
Senate. No more time should have be? n spent
on the clause in the Texas bill authorizing
Slavery than was required to run thiough it
the obUteratiag pea-stroke of the member who
lirst discovered its tieftet. The. Committee has
no occisi?n to resign ; but wo beg it to waste
no more of its own timo and that of the Sen?
ate in originating issues unwoithy of -'-lions
consideration.
United States Treasurer Spinner is ktioirn to
be a very careful thinker, who expiesscs him?
self in very poMti.c tenus, and who, more?
over, acts on his conclusions. He has written
his opinions on that clause of the Ponding bill
which affects the National Hanks ; and tlieoiHceis
of those institutions in particular and the
public in general may read them elsewhere
with predi and plcasiiic. It will be seen that
he gees farther than Secretary l.outwell in his
demands on the Bank-?, and has even greater
confitlcn-e in the ability to fund the debt in
Luiope. Mr. Spinner believes that it would be
no moro than just if the Government should
hwfet thal tho National Hanks replace their
present deposits by stocks bealing as low
us four per cent interest; and that it is
the pat lletto duty of the Banks to
aeoafeeOS in the requirement now made. His
arguments on this point ought to have, and
will doubtless have, their full weight with tin
Ways and M ?ans Committee, in which tia.? bill
non hang*1, the bone of contention being tin?
Miy ?lau?!', which a f?\v National Hank?? look
upon as unjust. Mr. Spinner believes that the
loan Contemplated by the bill eui be negotiated
in Europe at four per cent. Then- remains
haitll.v u doubt of it it (he proposed machinery
for negotiating the loan 1m; retained in tho bill.
it is encouraging to know that the bill is to be
finally considered in Committee to-day. We
... .-...? _ _- mmmtm ??? **~ ?? ?finn in. I., IT? ?nr; i l 11 i sr,
whether the Tai ul' is imm?diat?-1> disposed ol <?r
delay?-?!. It is Stated thal the ('.?iiiiuitt.e will
favor the National Baal ? lause a-? it now Stead-,
and that the piBBlBJI hy the House will not
materially oller the '?ill as it caine from the
Senate, or unfavorably afl'ect it on its retara
thither,
CHARTER REFORM.
A meeting hastily called at the (Taloa Lcagae
Club was held at its house on Saturday eve?
ning, President J. S. Schultz in the chaii ; at
which, after full delibei.ttion, it was unani?
mously
'.'r-.'/, irr/, Thtit a Com ml M M of fifteen, vi uti powerto fill
roeoosMs ana -sssesss ?i.iii jiuuiiia?B, Im? app?t?t* ?i io
proceed to Albany and lcpivsuntto UM lit publican Ineiu?
tiers of the LagW-Btara that wo protest empliatirally
against tue. pas?agi t?f Un- Charter dow huforo (1?,> BtaflgB,
titile?? it IseaSSatioUf uuiiiided, mid particularly iu tin:
following leseessi
1. Bj incorporating wit!, the cliiuse retaining exi,ting
leas s mseas ispisllsf tas isstsitai sshsei opfffeto*
tion contained in Ia?t year's tax levy (??cctioii ;., chapter
ITS, law it tHH
.. by abollnhing the. distinction between the C1 ty and
County (?ovt-nuuciitM, and by aboi *huig the Hoard of
S up?-r visors a? now exiatMig.
a By greBsrviag tlie Ofcatrol Peek comninMou un mum
??t,ii,lum? .I. and mtl. it? present powers.
I. V.y limiting the terni of oftlee of all appointer', of th?
Mayor to.the term of ollie? for wtnth ho .hall himself. t?e
elected.
B. By allowing a removal t,t members uf the PsHes and
lu,. DsfaitSBSOtS only Sttei charges pub.?c1} preferred
und exiitinii.il into
ii. Iiy providing that no voter ?hall voto for mort- tlnn
SOB of tin- fifteen Aldermen.
7. liy abolishing Ita fee. uf al! ?Hy officers, Im lu.iin.
the ("hauibeilain, whether tho BOOM ?re ?iiawii ii oin the
itiat? or City treasury, or from individu:?!?.
8. Hy re.jiiinntr the ('..iin-ael to the ('urporiitiiin tu If ap
I?oiuted by the Mayor. Uki other bmmtit <>f ?I? pattim-ntx.
9. liy -ultu??' tlie DSfOStSSSakSt DSSkl ami that of
I'iiMk WotfB? undi r one Board of OsnoolSSlsnSBI
lu Hy providing tliat no person ?hal! batt moro than
one otlli e tinder tho city government, and that any MT
sou a. t i-pling a pettttU ?n the Iaegisluturt?, or iiuder tho
Htate or National (?ovetnmtnt, shall -vacate hit city
oin. e
U. liy providing tliat the term of otilee of the grsSSBt
Mayor Miall rente on June J, l-)*0. and t liai a new Mayor
Miall be elected ut tin-ii,, t ..ii ii. Mai, and that, nil the
appointment* i.r.?v,,ltil to in- Boas by ila? Mayor pt uik'i?
hy the ne? M a) or
12 That all prut i-don? allowing any SSSSl I BONUM, of
the (Tiinuiou Council be struck BOB,
II. liy ?o modify.Bg the pioviaioii a? t? the detention of
WttaS-BM a? tu?., uro their ISStlSBSOy at tho tml '.j . m
?ISSlOS m otheriM.?..
H Hy lim.ting the pen roi the <;,iiit toller to SOdil an.
p.il i 'i;ln? again-l 'he eily
16. Hy protiding lu tlie BS-M SSt? "r !n aiiotln r one to
Ik- ti roi enacted, foi BSSWlgg Xuir elections and ho-tal
t saottgf t'f vol' ??.
The following Bessben were instru? t?d to
l>r(x*-cd this day to Albany, ami imk the Ia?-.gis
latiiH to ana ml the propOOed Chalti i m ac
oordaaee with the foregoing saggeot-OMi
llorosa (ile. .ey, WlS 1. Beta*, Win I.-Imbici lr
.1. li. Variiiim, jr , J, Im A. Weeks, ?tl_cl_lr Tuoeoy',
tuai? J bulger, i-acjl Jtui.-t, Win li. I'ridgm'nii,
W fiil'en T?n,nt, i.'-d li r.iMiuii. -?m1 .1 Olussr,
?I, ci.'i ??pill?.., .lame? H 'Jim?, W iu ,\ Ilarlmj'.
?The Ktlitor ??I Tim. Tkihi m pig mi
pi?gent, being onl ??I th?- Uny ; bat he concnr-i
generallj ?uni beartfl; m th?. nonflneiom
I Attained, and will ?|.? his I?,-t to giro thoa
.lit ? ?!)<?- I. Ail! I,.- ?-iiliiiiila the .tImiv, jin?.
me gs Ms answei to all the trash go freely
;' -I 'A- '?! ' 'i.. '?? .I'.-iii.a!, OS to hi I
Irin** - ?i ? ni, ti... iii,| ,,i ti,?'
i . ' ung IH'Bioenu ?. witta Twe. .1 m ai?i Mor ,
tim J. to |)iit up or put down any conccivablo
?harter, or clique, or faction. Hil rule is to
treal with imflity nil who approach liim civilly;
he ha* Saht* nnd hero repeat?*, that he favor? a
reformed charter, and considers that which
hin pawed the A?*enibly suporior in
mont pointe? of difference to either
of thone which liad previously l***-1 rejected;
he ha? believed and tru_t.d that this Charter
Blight bo so amended in the Senate as to mako
it acceptable to most upright citizens ; nnd such
is still his hopeful expectation. Had he drawn
the above piflglgggBBO he would havo pat No.
l8 at the hoad and printed it in very emphatic
type; and bo would have loft out No. 1. not
a? in any wise niistakon, but as perhaps out of
place in tho formation of o Charter. Taken aa
I whole, however, the above programme com?
mands his hearty acceptance.
And now we ask of our Republican legisla
tors. but especially of our Senators, to act and
vote as a unit in favor of the best Charter that
can be devised for this most uiisgovernod and
feflifully plundered City. Forget all parties and
factions: spurn all suggestions that votes arc
to bo m.ido or party ends subserved, by doing
this or defeating that; but do your utmost to
give us | dimple, effective, not intolerably ex?
pensive Municipal Charter; and, whether you
?-hall succeed or Ikj overborne, the people of
our City will hold you orcr in grateful rcmem
braaet ____________
COERCIDA.
Wv have little sympathy with those Irishmen
mho rlu-risli a prejudice in favor of throwing
vitriol into KagM-h faces, and still less with that
class of Englishmen who believe in the process
<?t ttamping-out Irishmen. To bo bitter eveu
to the exteut of beag virulent may seem nat?
ural under peculiar provocation. To keep up
national heart -burnings may bo a likely
way of prest iv?ni* uational spirit. To
treat a wholo people to legislative
snobberyifrom generation to generation may
be M [saperia! ah it certainly is cru.l. Bal wo
object to all these methods of I tish assertion
or suppression, that they uro not intellectual.
Tiny cultiv?t?? bad temper at. tho expenso of
MOM, and wastefuliu's?- nt the cost of le.iioii.
I lu y mako rho Iiishman real) his harvest in
eoattaaed English misrule, and the English?
man gat-M i his crop in Irish poverty and hate.
Tor such a condition ot things however, then
is no iiuestion that the greatest responsibility
letts with the night!? and moto prosperous
race.
Parliament, in both Houses, has finally pivweil
tho Torce bill This bill means, as we have
shown, Coerciou in one of its most nrhitiury
ghapee, Otu London letter, whieb record, some
of the most latelligen) impressions of the men
?siir?', from a taralga standpoint, notices that
its pioviiion ggninrt the priatiag of Beere
pap?is ii con.leiiined by a journal of such
Qualified liberality as Wei Hittnrduy J.'ninv.
Mi. M igiiire, tlie Irilh Commoner from (.'otk,
who has nothing to plead ia extenuation of
egrariaa ninn-, declares thal Porlianseat bas
legislated ni a ?spirit of peak and exaggera?
tion. Like Moore and the O'l'onnghuo, tbe
two ni'i-?t prominent Iridi representatives, he
protests tint the power given to Justices of the
Peate to imprison his counlrymen without trial
will be intrusted to men inimical and hateful
t?> Irish-MB, and servile to English authority.
Mr. Itagoire is a joiirniilist, hut in forced to
denounce a-Mason whtah itrikai a blow at
the liht-rt) of the puss that even the Tit.in li
Emperor bas not attempted? Irish journal.*) ami
Irish meetiags have echoed these denuadationaj
mu? Mr. QladsteM lias succeeded in makiug
Irishflsea, it no1 a unit for the Land bill, at
least a unit egafaut tho Force bill.
The English Government hu. mad. a ini.tuLo
?a mistake the more grievous if not aune ?I
for bv tho moat honest and ample measure ?d'
? I m tit"': hi tiiv muni lilli. anil? pU__tlMtJ IW-JU'I
<?t Mr. Gladstone that th? Lan?l bill involves
tin gsnatest iiidulf*?ur??, tho gr.in?l??st conces?
sion, th? high?Ht privilege, over permit!???! f??
Irishasea by tho self-saciificing statesman-dnp
of England, will hardly account for his baeh.
Iti ?.??eure tin? passago of the Forco bill. I'ro
found must bo the necessity which ret'uir.-s
sui'h a bill a% this, and rtry' remarkable the
rirtaeeof ft measure calculated to make amonds
?*W mi* .?_?_?______
AU.y TI 11'.'A Tivy OF THE PIFA ?AS MAS?
SACRE.
Wv an- heated by Etea. .J. JLCuvauaugh, del
Bgaa. I rum Moutain, with _ mi dry documente
put forth hy hi?, constituent, in justification
and approval of th?; lato biitcheij ?f Indian
troasea aud cliildrcn by U. S. tro??ps led by
Col. E. If. Hakir. After a catalogue of mur?
dt rs of WUtM bp Indians at various tim??*?
sin??' 1811 (but no hint at minden of Indians
hy White? a ri?cent mo? ting-nt Helena suinined
up the cas?- as follows:
?t'*f"-'ru. Miti.i.cTcr?? ami titiju-,t tr**TBT_ISiBiOlgOl
.mil i-itciiliit?'?l in tbt? .._?t UK?tiii?t Col. Kulti r ?ni ii...
-raaasaatseUsseaanaasi sasagod ia ti.?- rsesess?aS'
USSMOtsClhS IVgiM In. ..m?,, out lie Murun U.vir.Iu tins
T?rr!ttrj, .1ml tetttrete, OS are convince?! tint tho*.?.
ssesaaMON Sassi uiiiua sMsBgfsosaotaltaasfl mate, und
?t.:! umr?? ujxTii k niisuii.*??r?tu-Kliiig ?f the Irun Ijili.i?
uliariitU-f ; Iii Ti'tin.? li? it
lirtolrtd bil tkt BtRUtti <?/ .Vor.'nr???? ui mat* BtitBog
?tate milled. Aller a _i..gent iiiva?! million <?f tbt ni. cm
rtrtiiug tlie soc.ll?* SSSSSsen ?i?d >--u__lil re? nye of Ilia
iitin?'?
Parttl Tlmt in onr j.ntijnK'nt th? loix continual so.
oft-i?:petan) ui-tt? ?f uiut.er and julUf,I n?m_iiita?d by
tMe tr.lir? of linll.u?, BSeot-M aiuoii?* tha victiiua aoin?? ..r
Barool tin mm must aarta/tttssaB, iik?? tisa ian gipt
\ :, .uni mid iiuiTiiu?, aini sonateadaf Is ti?o m.. ,, t ?.f
?mr sMSSl?'!.'! i??i?i? nsySStSi fill-oil, t'?i? la?.- .M iii Um
OUrfes?saisi etaeoMtsjessi ot oooui.as _t*-i?tity gol
_-? ncburj, ?le.rji.nilt??! ?Um?? BS?i ??viii?i.?it_y iuii.l_li,iieiit.
IlSSa-?.' IliM thf'.H.wanl'T i._t.ii.tif the laa_M rrn
dur*. .1 iK.u-i_.Bry to *?*?_ tiliu In lu? camp, ann,. Ui?
??iiiuivi uni*, children, m hen SSaBoel by tin- ti, or of ti e
?e'Hon. mu? ti?.'lit Ulm ni li ? own cijM'i? etylo.
ttkntt nsstsseareo-sise u i- the iimt-Dd kigfesst
?liny of til. Oaasrassoot w? BBk tuuii- seeseel it? nu
BBSS It? ;?lt B-Sesgj ?t all time?, soi ut Any ggg| IO SS>
seesseeIfeofeoaff B?esaesssi vee Mek.to ?icv.iopti<e
resoun'.L'M uf i_? ?ouuuy. ami _.?? ?re tutu safety ii p?ir
???ii, l-ropiTij'. .Mi.lt.iniily; uni *l?.Tteu>rr.feiity of r."
t.,: .??. ??. u ii??c't*?-?i-ry t't iu.? end i-.ii!.,_.ii ina bo seeseolsi
tarlmiity.
leora* Ih-t, i* *.r ..?.til m. Col CiHer ?-id hi? rom
?tikkA Bat ii?f,**?il sSlBBgia?Mi ?l tj latthfuUjr, atti ,te
rt-iMj th?- i?of__H_t'_uou u.id ?cr^tiiudo of th? whole
louinlry.
ffm ? if at t?.* Mista lbs uAftokUktuwtim m
?L?.?Uii,?.i uf iresHp ?r? ftntml Bin um 'lu ... ?? | ,,|u (T
Hronml the ngtiici??, tutu who-t gm. ?? ?n??. frr.tu U, Balo
or wiiuKy h'l.iitiiifiiui.itj.tniu th.- l?.iid?a, m? ?kean
0'iuully ?nulty uf lln? t nun ? Ih-y ?ajiiimlt.
Hs-t; thellllstat du v of .mi ?,i i<?rDiH..nt to i?rs?
root t>s se salted tosto-f-posis in i tttsaas-srleefNai
?nri'.yii'..' tue Mleai le th?ir Maderiagespealtioai
sggaaateai stnsaai sal Ubi bettssto mt rr 1**t ssjmt
a. rale sesBse, >?? ppk tbf sslpi ?-tmu of si r i?*?-?a ota
("til.HP.-ili?
tkateUtl Thai we IM I B sO SfeSl und -/indiehre temi
tac oa-tastifeal___eai-al.es lbs pam kbmkpryateat
saastrf hu? immer* hit. te bo rofe! , ?n.i merBepm m
luii.n-'io.??...! e.iu ??.:??. w, ,?.iU. . ?ur mi meemi
ha.o,.id.i...ur*...nti'...',i?,,., ,.,.m,n,. ,llK%. . mmm^
.mai \t Liu? MitM-uimt?. mult .?,.? i? eiiinvafe UM
ssUaa?esrakls-raalfe/tbs swoots. tap ksew.estim
le'Til I ??? ti i,lio.,|.',,?
Witi <? ?io Um thsaksafifee ptoatg et -feeTtoMtsrr
iiiiMiniiiemiy tin? .u?.! m, ti? i..u_ HM.ili-r.-a to i i.vft,
L-m '- i.M.ii...?., ??n ,i? ,,lfM) ,?., moten -f
lil? ti.liilii.il ti. It? I'll \i,t J rig .,. n |' 1, |T,,i rt.,1,,1 t>i
'"" B l?fl ?? . i Bal ?.m. i- ii st?, .'".i,,i
"",|("1' u I "' ! i <i". baaaioe km s .'???>
bars ?Bsllssti ?i ' a it?- pietsstige <?i dta .m of iu?. ges
pi?) of tills Terrltorr. and for the determination they hate
erino?xl to makf? the Amriici-i fis? a terror to evildoers
ead a praise to "thone who do w'.i
Commente by Tie Tribune.
Hi vi n ?i tims given our Montana f rienda a
conspicuous setting forth of their own una?
bridged version of tho MMl in dispute, wo
?ihr. tliein not to talk further of "a misrepre
" seutation of fact?." Wo take their own ver?
sion of tho fact*, nnd priced thereon to ob?
serve that
1. They do not deny the wholesale ?laughter
of Indian women and children in what they
terni "tho chastisement" of tho Piegans. We
may take that, therefore, n? admitted.
2. They talk of " repeated acts of murder and
" pillage " by the Indiana, but aro silent a? to
similar act? by Whites whereof Indiana wore
victim?. Yet ?ill meu do know Unit euch act-,
have been and aro perpetrated by our front?
iersmen ? often wantonly and barbarously.
Why conceal one face of the picture T
8. They demand that tho Indiana ?____ bo
" rigidly confined to reservation? at a dietntce
" from White settlements." Hut how id titi?
possible, sinco our settlement* or our pros?
pecter? aro every where 1 It wa* once possible
to drivo the Indians toward the sotting sun ;
since we have overspread the continent and
planted ourselves by the I'ncit'ic, this cannot
be. There ia no region where wild Indians
havo a right to be if not in Montana, and to
s.iy that they must not bo there is to assume
that they must no longer exist.
4. Ii the hardy adventurer, who seeks " to
"develop tho resource* of tho country," frighten?,
oft or appropriates the Indiau's gamo (which
aro his Hucks and herds?his subsistence,) un?
dermines his cabin, digs up his patch of grain
or vegetables, and (in short) starves tho Indian
|0 death's door, wo do not know about " se?
verity ot retaliation" being tho right treat?
ment in 8M_ he resists.
C. Wc think Indians havo nome m rights which
"Whiti'S aro bi)tiinl to respect." Mr. (.'ava?
il a ugh'? constituents think othciwise. They
evidently beliovo the rights of Indians exactly
Minilar to those of beats, wolves, deer, ami
ba?lalo?-,. They will have to allow tia to
dissent.
"THE DAIS OF LI HEFTY."
We h.ive ticen for a long time expecting a
di?tiuctly American play?a new one, we mean
?for snell used to bo written in those early
days of our diamr., winch are popttlaily known
na "palmy,'' being mo?-,t of them battle-pieces,
Loth terrene ami nautical, and teiniinating in
a blaze of liiT-woika and a bad smell which
floated into the pit oi OTOO aot tlie gilllery gods
to coughing. There was " The Nattle of Hunker
"Hill," and "The? Bottle <>f Yorktown," and
" The American Tar." Then there came the
Stage Yankee, like no Y'ankee ever seen on
tins continent or any other; and, ui>ou the
whole, it is quite refi<??.hing to lind how bad
onr Dramatic Literal 10 has generally been?
partly upon the principle that when things are
at the worst they ure OOOOeat mended ; and
Hu-? appi.us to be the sclf-suerifi? ing opinion
of the author of "The Dann of Liberty; an
" < "ri;"in,i. Drama iii Thiee Acts," for lie has
wntten a play aller no rules that we aro
acquainted with, and so _eiproa_tblj absurd
that, st? thank lum for the most ginuine enjoy
monte This little pet toi ni,ince, printed in Chi
? ige, tbe author has sent to us, inclosing a
letter which, in its turn, contained a small stun
of money, which we hate juill? ioit-.l- expanded
iu l-l toi I laing his production for him. Now
let ii., do him 0 further Hndni-M bj pointing
ont some of the beauties of " The Danu of
" Ubettj.*
And til ?it, w?' may observe this gentleman's
stioliuit? di.?rtgiud of the Unities! Tho Fini
Scent? i?f th<? First Act is a tint view of a
Itoyal K. sid? n??-, with a Mill "ia the second
?U__ww I "? '- - ? ? ??????? wlll?l lill? IMIIJi
and the Miller live?l and reigned mid ground,
I ira have ban miiililo to dioeoveri but wc iii,ti
the highly it?ti.liij,fiit .Miller stating that lio h;us
"h.ttl a di,ad epistle from the Kin-*" BOOB?
pl.iiiiiiig thiit "the rattling of the wheels are
"iini)k.isai.t to the subtle, anointi'd ?nuiel??,"
?if the monarch, who is observed to bo np
jiioiK-liiiig in the diftam'C with "scorn ll.isliing
"from the pupil?, of his e\es." "You aro the
" M il loi," says the King. "I am, my Lord,"
says the Miller?for it would have been of no
Baa te deny it, with tho flour upon his dus'y
giutnetiLs. Then the King opens upon him in
tlie following line style:
-Huf! liuw towt? th.u .ititij- ?nil itHtiirh
_m 't mata my Araoati aaal aaotla tites
with iii?? Blotter el itu? pta-hogo'aeel?"
?Bit the ?erf .motin the least frightened. He
ol?.??nn<tUo tlie Kin?.* that ..elia* to pay his ?h-bts,
_i.?l support his wif<- and childieu ; but the
vi u Led potentate responda:
" j*.? fuitii.-r parlar?Its aar tarratetao -wiii ;
_?-iir thuii ?litttii tin laotartaa ?nil.
Or olae, ni/ ?..lilnirs will.'' (?_,..)
Hut tate Miller docs not MM to submit to
tho demolition until ho hears that Liberty is
pivgre-sing, ??ml he lefolves " to emigrate to
" Ameiir..." All of ;\ Budden tho scene changes
to the " Chemical habatorium of Dr. Kaustus,"
who is called upon by the Kmporor of France.
HW Majesty says, " What seest thou, mnster
"of tlie milgie art?" Tho Doctor kindly an
aw.rs that he s?'c? tin? overthrow of all sove?
reign-?, apea which Louis Napoleon says that
he mur-t go homo and see about that. (Mon?
arch t j ita.)
A?-I- 11. upeoui in New-York Harbor. A steam?
boat I? altour, io atart, with an army of iili
bqatora. for Europe. The captain makes a
, speech irom ti.? qnarter-dock, and concludes
j v? Kb, * Now, boys, ltt's have a song !" and tho
chorus r?plit, with:
" lh. n ki'., a?ay, ?war, hurraJ. i
Wd'iI nitili. Um id .t fr??e iimi happy nation,
Ami put Um ballot-box lu niotion."
S? ?ne II. ia rather indelinitely described as
"Foi.at." but there Is our old friend, the
Miller, on guard-for ho has not emigrated
ifter all, having been pressed into the King's
Kirk?| yet within he ia still " a votarist at
" tim nhrine of Liberty.'' Ho deeerts. ami then
??unca a tremeudoua revolution, tho Miller go
log ?iver to the lusnrgentt, to whom Bellona
in paran makes the following speech:
" "Jonirades ! I seo tOJO?M_r*l Hoy i, ..?wuUig.
P ?riiiiu'H -Tom ? 1, rips to K?Te _jrjj,
To lilterticB'cticriibioi.'"
Then all the soldiers desert, to the intense
?_Bjraal of the Emperor of France, -who say?:
" Diable ! boll I and fury, ye el .veal " Hut they
?lo n't mind h-.iu at all, and aro boou __od
'thinly fitbttef" with sonubody "in the dia
" taiux.'' L....?S Napol?on call?, loudly for "A
" botMl my Kingdom for a horse!" Then all
tko King, uud Empero? condole with each
otto. They are ovei heard by au omnipresent
" Yankee," who promUon them an tuylum if
tiny w11! COOM to Ameiica ami "U-havo them
"oolroaJ* Ia Act III.it in announced that
"our __DJ__ H?ten nil, tvi.hout ercep
"tiot.," have beM "?Iff.afe.l in tho battle
??||esld"-aii.| then UM Mo-! min all "enter in
||teavolteg iii.?,?" ami (?.i off ina..olma "<>u
"? strait..-.?.,!." " A K? uti ii " aiiiiiiiiiii.'s that
ho will "r?_.- Hu. prisa bmmj paid;" inoro I
?i. 4u.i;i i ko oil " vitii t!i'.|..ijiuK'aii flat un? j
? fried and w.ving te tho bree,e. and eve y
l)(Ml. rfap Th? ,Star-Spangled Itenuor. I ten
"a Queen" ao?. "Let those in b***?*?
??Heoco nothing mar your liberty!" She is ?
"Qneon Of Fanes" ami ought ?0 know.
Wa cannot hopo that wo have -riven tho
reade! any cletr idea of thia wo,?l?-.ful play ;
for ti.? tiuth it that, although wo have NM
it through, we have but an indistinct concep?
tion of it OOroalvOO. We have no objection te
" TIM D??n of Liberty." but wo wish that she
could bave dawned in n manner somewhat
more luminous. We trust, howev.r, that many
copies of tin* production may reach Europe to
nitiko monarch* tremble; M ?'iivo alrea.Iy
mailed our own to the address of the Kmperor
of Pronto; and very much we should like to
M lum w hen he reads it. That, he will become
palo and apprehensive upon the pirusal. wo
cannot doubt; hut M fear that he will hardly
nt on?-?' ahdieate. That make? no ditl'erence.
Thia play i? prophecy; let Sacred Maj.sty
believe and tremble.
t:ik case ok cai-t. <:<j.nnek-li?ttkic fi.om
(JEN. it. F. Ill'TI.EK.
To the Editor of The Tribune.
Silt: I lind thirt statement in ThB TkiI'.i nk
of Kilday, April 1, and. <il?l I Uti tbiuk you too old au?l
?orion? fur ?uclt a Joke, I should sui?i?oaC it wa. made for
ti?? day :
"Th? Ho????! R?r,?r_?nltli??l r.?t?rrt-- -ttvr?'1r- M Bttlhttl? to
atttvj.l t? tri?? tie .??arl,,? IB olo,.e ?I the m?t?la?r? tlrcl fruin !? ita
firm?,, /? ? a DtmtaroA ?TbS ?utlr? ii?le.all?B ?l?rt?*l m tari namoi
an ?torn In ti.* da? aftrr ti.? Ma'? ??? rrri.tn.tr.1 ?? ?.eoritriir'..?!
K?rr? mt?og I?"?? ?nkrua thr tait? of proacnittion ?uii ?eBgt?B?? ?n?
uno..Ultu wa; t" l'?i?itiil Aroue???."
How, lu so re?pectitlile ajournai aa your?, such a pur
iii?t,i[.1i (i.i.i.l Lo ?i.li.iitlo.l, Is lii.oiiiprcheiiilMo. I put
halara tat llaaat tia aiHtaaa taat. ta a aaatta aataaa?
COpla ? ?i!?" r. Mi?iiiiii't- ?loct from a, Dl?trt?*t lo T,?x.i?,
luul aatasnt! that lit? aoi aaaM with a ?-owlilde colored
soldiers uinP.r lils coiutii.tu.l sinco tho war; and that,
wtittu called tioforo a Court of Iu?]iilry. ho had brlb?:?l ti,a
H-M s?.l?llers taaaOOM ma*atj, und swear Ml Mf
liml MtOt tb.it bo had whipped thom, by which he es
r.tpetl Hi?! Just aaat-ttut of hi? crime. The Member
tlitl nut dit,y that a.? had ?o de? tared In a publie speech
to ?ri t hlasaalf elected, nor did he douy that li?) had
\ibn>i?cti tuo taman under i?u aaauaaai with -c?i?a
hule.
Tho Baaat refined to Investipato this f.v t, kOMOM
?oino leiitlni?, atatlaataa of tin; Batta declared, in effect,
that if a lunn hid eoniinittod murd? r lx-f.ro be was
i n ?till, there i, no power in tb?) LIoush to ? x? ?tide bim;
M that upon tb it dix trine, if Hoot li ha?i escaped Corbet's
-?allai, ?.mi bad praiaatoi ataaaalf a?, elected from any
district lu Virginia, h?- would bara to he admitted.
If y.itl ileslro that Tin. 1i.iiii.sk sOS-I- lie rl-lit, you
will pul.'.?It tin?: titlitrwiBij not. lam. ?.tv truly, your
fu 'tul ami ?eivmit. l.KM I'. 1U run.
a_Olwaliiii. April 2, uno.
In murk?.?don. Butler, we will preaume,
thinks he objeeted to ("apt. Conner'? admission
aa a Member purely on mitral ?.rounds, and
would have objeeteil just the Hame had Capt.
C been a Republican. We Jadfla bim mis?
taken on both points-judge that ('.'a pcrvcr-e
pol?tica wero tlie real impul??e to It."? opposi?
tion, anil the alleged negro-whipping only the
weapon which canto to his hand and waa used
with the utmost possil.lo cflect. Others being
au.ne of the lad.?-, will form their own conclu
hiniia. Th. y had our report of the action of the
House at the same tune wit!i our ?oinineiit.
We certainly believe that tho House a? ted
.i'ldii'ioti-aly and dci-iilcd wisely in the pu-mises.
If tho chaiiicter of every Member elect ia to
under;,'?) a pr? limiiiaiy scrutiny and approval
belora he is admitted to his seat, the organi?
zation ot tim Booaa must peora a slow bt__l*
DOM hereafter. We pieter the risk of Wilkes
llooth's election to the an.iichy which such a
principio must loaojjnroto. JW.]
Coofllctiog Itatemtfta have appeared in our
????.unit:- nilli rogard to thoioaoll Of the Town
Election in Bomen, WoetehernSot County, which
involviO tin- politic.ii ?-oniph xion of the Hoaul,
otherwise oeapooetj of 1?! Kepubliciina and 11
Demo? l.tis 'J lu beta ?le M follows:
On open Dg the ballot-box, M rotea were
found twaOOOte, whereof two were fold? ?1 or
stuck together. These were both for Teed
<ta. , .? n-., i a_a___M?tJ liv ii.?? In?
spectors, leaving lo be count??! Tied l_?, Mar?
shal! (Dem.) 117. Hereupon, Marshall wa? de?
clared elect??!. Bat the poll-list iboOJa that
_H vot? s wen- cast, being exactly the Dojnboi
found in the box, mt hilliup tho two that ?ante
out together; .uki th? law pwacribaothat >u?li
votes shall he ?onutel whenever they do not
make the total .?.te ovetiun that shown bj tlie
poll-list. Mi. Te? ?1 must, theielore, DO at
cortled tlie post, making the Hoard stand lil
l?epubliiaiis to 11 D? iiiocrats. We believe tai
J.epiibliian Board Of Supcrvi.sois was evei
elided in that county till now.
Bonton isa decidedly licpiiblican town, giv?
ing in \i< GriaaroM Cot Oovonor 211 votes to
tM for llotlinaii, and Bigel in '00 140 votes to
!'? for Neb'tii. It last w?ek chose Heptililicans
to ev? rv oiiico but Bctperriaor by decisivo _aa
joritits. _______________
37ic Sunday Mercurg, which is tlu- City .-irj-an
of the Boob 'Vanl " Bteg" which the tax-paytis
of Wt.-tclu st? r ('i)iiiity h.ive so terribly amashtd
in their recent Town l.lectioiis, says:
"The can??? of tin? remarkable chant*"* bl M political
conip.et.1011 of tin? next Board of (.Supervisors is duo
siiujiiy to -?el eral c.iu??'?."
?No doubt of it ! One of these is a lack of
votes by the lloulevard swindlers. Another is
? piepond? lance of votes on the side of the
tax-pay? is. _V third is the inability of the
"Killi." to count in the election boatds as they
do in fitftuiiitf up the cost of a new Boulevard.
A fourth is the indocility of eels when sub?
jected to the three distinct operations of _kin
nin??, eviscerating, and fryiu_r, all at onco. A
fifth?but never mimi the rest, 6?nce tho fact
that the plunderers are laid out suflices without
a full detail of the ample reasons for it.
The Hon. .Toski-ii C. G. Kksnkdv. lat?. Supcrin
teuthmt of the U. S. Ceiisti?,. m partnership with Ins
son, Lieut. Kemieily, late I'. S. Army, has opeiie.1 au
othce in Washington City for the salo of Southern
ami Western lands. Mr. Kennedy's lutiruato knowl
??l??O of tho resourcea and charact.ristics of every
section of our Union eminently Qualify bim for this
undertaking; and we aro confident that all who in?
fluir? of him for oli-rible farms or Itvrget tracts will
find his list of plac?>s for sale a very lonir one, and
his facilities for suiting thom as to climate.'soil,
water, timber, Ac. very ?Teat. We heartily com?
mend his firm to all ?ho would either buy or sell
real eatute.
? ' -? -
We will thank The Herald for the name of the im?
postor whom it represents as pr?sent?t the private
meeting of the l.'nujn League Club on Saturday even?
ing, professing to be engaged to furnish a report of it
furTiiBTKlB'Na, Wo will also thank The Herald
for the nauio of any member of the House Commit too
or other officer of the Club who, according to its rep?
resentation, spoke indignantly about this alleged vio?
lation ot coutidonco hy Tiik Thiihj?*?.
("it??ens who wish to unite their voices again-t the
prop-_iti??ii to interfer?. with the preseut manage?
ment <.l the Central Park should not fail to attend
the mooting to-day. ?t 1 o'clock in the afteruoon at
ill Broadway. A.ldresses aro expected froin (Jen
Dix and others. If tho meeting in any way it.le
?piatelv ll|lUM!, the hoMil.tv of the ei.tir.? city to
any iuterferonco willi tho Central l'.uk, itatoiotWill
bo emphatic and weu-htv
A innt-.s i.M.?.tii,K..l ti? Cokao Uoga ..ii!... \ .1,1., 1
M..t.?r? ,?,.,!? ,?.?,,.?, ,.,,.., ImmUtAAU ?, , t .? ?K
wobopaaaaaadlaooawUIbattMl aafltl] 1.. rapte
sent the sytopathr tait I . , ?: ,..'
eViBS Patriot. ?1 i iii-.i. ?
MUSIC AND THE DRaS^
MI'SIC.
Till; I1IIL/IAKMOM' OOaclRT,
TI.?- fifth conceit of the I'liilL.nn?,??. 8ocw?ir
???a Riven on Hatnrd ty B?BB__Bg. Vita the t<ii*amlaa waL
Kr.iuiiue : ?"?*-*<
.'ART I
?fssjasay te Deate*i Xaetae Oon-m?s ?. .
I'AkT li ?+***,
Ofcrture, ?'Cnruilinnn" H^1.
Hm-tiii uml urn, Ah ' im /Oh, ?''*?*?
Km ?.um- i-.iri-ji* Bai-, ot**
GBR-Srio MUUeirt tor 'lu- v.! 1 n 'lat ii.tiTrmrnt? !_??___
Mr (arl Kow. '-"P-atal
Overture to" Kuryantiie". ?ft
The f.i-tzt Sympl.oi.y li.nl been mra?t?n witb th? mt.
e?t loSsnai ht t i.tn, ai..i seaasMsaara, for u ,, ??_?.,?
tatgOd t<> lu- one if the mast, r's 1*0000-1 and ?_.
Iii.hly Uni*!?-?1 prodiicil ni?, MtagffeaMs not to nook tar
, hold effect? an?I B l?i?ad treatment of uniuuai .a?.^.
lion?, a? fur ?? \<T.-?< i? iitiflt ?tuily tai IfeS SStSfeta tf
ti??- graves! ditn.-uiti??- ot ssaetsfpslBt. IS m ?_
few who eau dihitlit- in lim uuravellng of to_..
? .?I tOOftal and ?pin'-?-t.it?- a compotera ^
utiij.h over ? ? t, - r. t ? :*-.-? of l.i? own creattag, til?
byinphony I? tit? ?Ti_??i??ln(f ?nlijeet ?,f rnnlfmiHatio, .
nay. It i? au iiiii>it-i?a,vr _inl in *. ptaOBI ?n'iawriu?
l>oein. To th? 1???? highly nln- ita>.1 lororjof MOseSO,
howtiver, comparatively unatirin tli>-, and. uf ??; I..?ii
or. liest?,.I wuk? Hut wo luv? bearii, it i? tin b.aauikfi?
to pira*?? a min bObOOOOS andiene??. T*ti |t??rti on!, ,J
Dante'? poem have l?een t.?!?eti fur illaatratioa u?-.
fen no uiul tin- ?'u l'l'ittir io The ol.Je? tion Ott al SOM (
cur ?.?? moat ininti*, that neither of th<-?e i, ? yirA mu,,,..
for treatment, alni li? particular tint I .if?. !..? u,..u ml
llt-ll an- ?-??eiitiaily incapable of iii'm ?. I ipre??,,?,, |t
in the SfegSOSS of every chinent o! ti,.- Btaahsefea
Hell. Ilr aiity I? th?? ?on! of m.fll?, and li It tiiurcfo*? M
more peSSSMS to describe or even ?*'i>i?ic?t wai? luu,,,-^
toner? a ?tute uf existence with ?Inch th'? iStatoll i*v??^
ti?: beautiful aie iitti riy lue ?i,*,?'<? ni than .1.? !..i at?4n??t
with any combination of gay ?*?>li>rs to j? ?mt tb? Ma*,
i.i -, ni.I hornill?) vnid of ? Urn.?I Sight Iin.-e ard Kit.
ton were too con?cioa?|?f tit? limitation <>f numao p>.?.
ers to attempt a ?le?, option of Hell ii? iti really. t%.
Hell?Of the Botimt c.,,nin,dm BOO* UM " I'.naili?* l/mf
are met. I)' the MOOBI njxili Wi... li !!??? pBBttf ill ? Um? ?a,
ena? t*?d. and if they dlff.-r entlr? ly from our in?ii_ttn(
coiiooptli'ii-t of vth.it Hell mu?.' I"-. OS BIS tai taOBtag If
tho incoii*ir>P-ii?y -SSOeSSi ttrnf, we foci that li??* ifM-i??.?
iH ?.oiiietliIcK buyond huiu.iii ??-;.?? - ?. ..:i. m..I o*eeti.?,
our concern la with tbe peraonagoa of the poca? nu.?
tfeaafl-Sptass. WEB too bbso-sbm? hewevsr. Um seel
it,li. rent. Ile BBOOOt tell the ?tory of tin- ?iifT-nn. ???_,
or reproduce the ?u?J processious wbi. li Dante ?iw ?ttit
ma through IhS lund gloom of ?ho ?tjioh?
circles. The lioitta of hi? art BOBOOS bia? i%
tho (central description of a stat? of torture, r- tuont?, ia!
horror. Muilc is lud.1 capable of expre-nng **-iu__???
and ?-motion* for Ofelsfc word? have no power of m.??
BfeSOl but the diilitulty 1? that If it could r s[??--*>?? tH*
deputation of harmony which SSBSWalSS HSU it BBSS]
reaie ti? bo munie. Hell and music aret.r'r.
term*. Lf*zt hu? endeavored to IBBSpS thi, .l.leinm? bj
filling tlio lower world not with tho BSB-Sfesof itSBBl
ami tin? i ursesof tho damned, but tl.e w.?:: uf tlie mer
inc. Hl.-i Inft ino ia not the black l?it out of whithu??
only the friKhtful erie? of the uup.-niteii'. hu*, ? ti ?>*_?
Bsgjlsa to*?iuK with b.'.iow? of gasest? sei lessaeat sfes
mena,????, above whi.'h echoes the sorrowful plaint of ti?
soul wlit.-;? in misery look? ba< 1; up ni tho bapp.. r tia?
So. after the blare of trumpets 1? ti pei?:>'d ou? lue ?var
leetMNI eui??!. "Leavo feOfO behind, su y SI '? MU
here," and a ?hort ulle?ro Jremiti.'o bmi ?min.?ted Um
teinpent and fren?)' of denpair, the SSSSPSSSS iSfeSI Jp ti?
l??.?;t'?i exiauiaiuiy pathetic BOSS,
.?.'r.???? l-t-trj ,.;r rf.,' ..
Tia , ,-. ' ..! ?I del ia; I" . ? t
Arila t?.^. .a
nuil in.ikt'4 ti.t in nally the burden of tim inr?veni'?n? ei
tl?> in)'? lji-..i-v,' that I>u-..!i's immort Bl vl."?-? ?... ev?r bl
Oei?ei to more beautifully -OSBStgtMi ?OOS ?' TI??- illu*
tr.iln'i programme Mell dceignatc? xhi-? i>i'-.?ko a? i
dialogue. It SsglOS na a duct between t:?< ti .te on
?lailoiii'f. with a will S-OOSBf SSSSSSfaBtgSSBt on Hi
half and violins muted; it is taken up ?n fi'i hy Iti
u ?hu., t Hi, the TtaMSS. aud the viol is. It ti Bti UR
poetry of sorrow ; but there 1? no auch aorrow a? that li
Hell; then? i, lo it very eo dellcloua in ita r ttLoi. C?
true tnotif.il it I?, it ia enouch to ?ramp M?it na a i?n*t
but that cnr;.,ui defect lu hu poetical nature wini??,
??Hen makes h.n? taflSOSMl to the ?IJ?creiie?? l>?.-tw??e?
the ??-rainl and the fanta?ti?: bre.tk? out Ji*?t lu r- ni
in ik .f siiigfsgaaes afelefe art i ?iiy pvet-e ? ?
It 1. of no uso tessy that t!ie tumolt ?' h in'
timnrnrym netty laosgfetag ta taoafe ?' *111* 'u''
nuislciHiis dou't lau?rh: the fact that -rbeii.v-r it u
ptagOSI ?ouio peoplii do l.iUK'l !S enolKl-'a to (.?: 1? io'. I
Tin- taanp? t?, however, are heard .?-?iii in th'? r? ? .fi?' I
tonesof the curse, ami tho luoiciueiitcioaea 0-O-Bj ???ti
a fnr'U-iliiiti pa*>ri.'ic>* in I,i?/.t's ?rronge?t atjrlo. I . f
paparte m betSsc HBISb? to lumk-al treatment, e.ir. ? ???
cause it afford.- more .cope for human feeling, ai ' parn?
because our tilpa, of Pur-aty-v a? a ?late or t.i ne ?"
iii'i? ii vaguer that? our ideaaof Hell. ?Mir?'? pin ?n, . ?ee?tai
tohavc been toeombiuo theexpreMioo* of K?'.> p? M>nra.
hope, and t??r?hip. A. choral tUtuu" '.'juuv ia i
?.i.'t?orutfi chant, colors the whole BMBBOSMfc ?tul at tb?
leal the choirof voices in the AlatOOl 1100011
i the ilniiiiijinit, titan Tu a:l SellieiBl of j.y u.' th? Aita*.
.um- of fiii.iv.Tir-i BOi UM mar proipt-. '. lI hun-n
Leve Bai lesigaaMoa le toe imti*i al mt?n?e saaoap*
tlii?? i* the esatrol ni..?. [?latealag toBm perfonina_?i
>.n iMl.iy Blgfet, the pl.i'iitive piiri?.??-e?_j?<l t<M ti|M
iml t!?o iti-, itiuiis, however liilert Ttiu? aa a ?tiUf S
1 count?!pou.t, became monotonous. Kern. :i?b?rt?l _Ve
, warda, the luipreiaioo beoomea almtot awful vt.iiit?
ptaflsg "f tl.e orchestra it would be d tflcur ta U<
fault, 'lhe Hit.?n bun, however, io v?n?? tw
rhiil.ll woik was lTtrilMted.'were n,,; ?i,| ..,. u, (hil
ta-k, thou?-ii.|.??i.? .1.rtag th.st tiny u*'"I tye* ;>> wi
pretty sreH Th.ii-iiitouati.jn oes not, ?!?*}? ?nie, ?lc
tin ir BBO?isaSS BBBSSt-SMS BsHsl llicui i .-y wen
placid on a platform behind ami above the onheaU?
and Mr KeSSltSS act BBBSOOti d them es I? .ti oma
illili h was of courso inaudihlnliu the fruit. A ?Oa.l
finer t-lTcct vvouhl havq beeu arsdOBSd bt a I .r_- .'.i ,t
place?! out of siRht behind tin? scenes Ti? SfeesSSSSfel
to haw; had the nell >ct soft ton.? w!i;ch?aii otI? he |?r I
dneed by the MBOitaf cf many VeiSSS kSSfi at ? J ?
tanco, and besides tfesfriSgJBBB BOgfel BSt '. l.-toUei
BBBO. Tho spectacle of fifteen yo;ui?- ?. nr emca wit!
round jackets mid white kid gloves ?tainiuuc bt**nla ?
nu lodeon with ??heeta of music In Ifeair ha:.J? wa? ft ?i
all?u?r?.estivc of Ymg ?tory, lim t!iSVSBr*S " l..?uo.aL_i"
and Weber's 'Kuryauthe,-' the t?o otert'im hi Bt
???con?! part, call for no special rauiurk SOSSfl tli it ti ?
werobi?autifii:iy played, ami after the nut-, le
of wonder and disappolntimmt iroum 11 y t-OSFTSe?eSf,
they wer?; ?iie\prt-i??;bly refreshing. Hut Ka?SSN
Pare pa Rosa after all nore the feeertliel ?I- -gfel T_?
groSSl scena and aria of ?sstfeetOO'l afelefe ifeS Bl ? ? '
tins BSOSSBlSl-fesS last Son?,' m I ??Y?!? .?i t.i after tbt
retiiius from turopc-is a coiupo-itiuu tttpltyomt kSB
BM-kofete variety of her bes' fOoUt-BI. ? hSS umeh H
tho g-ooisor .?f iselesB-ttao win n ,i ?? ,- ? .-.I the
gre.t "Ocean" scena lu "oberon," ainl UM pSlfeSSOSi
smoothness of melody for w huh ?ve,?:. ;.?-.-.? lieethovan
Tho stately BMfSMSSOee of Madame Rosa'? recito
tives, the passion of drainatic ln-pimti. n, th?
absoluto purity and taste of IfeS cantab'.'d
pas*a?*e?, tbe.bird like sweetness'of her ?ofteal 'Tie* u I
theclarlon notes With which ?he elecir.iie? SOBOMBOSS
Os no other ?ii)>;cr can-we had theui ai. Is t tir:? S?? ?/
before these last fow days have we reau/ed her laiine*??
urable superiority to a!l IfeS di the lit les of her art. BOS ti
the only woman in AiiuTloa *feegpOI-Bf 0_S A4 ' Ptttmt ?:
She Is the only woman lu America who can nmg tho
" Oberon " ecena ; and on Friday she una- them bo th
Mr. Carl Kona followed hi? w.fe with the flrst BOOO
ment of Llplnskl'i eonrerfo ssMUgas for lite vlclin. Ile ?
too ?rooU an artist to bo always a couductor. aud leo y n A
acouduitorto be always plnytug the violin, and we ar?
glad that he rcuuiiws now am! theu the brau.h of art by
which he first made, hlmm if a favorite in tt.i? BSOB?I f,
Tho I.iptiiskl concerto abounds with technical ?t.'i. ,
which Mr. Kosa cotuiuers with app?rent BBSS? Ifel ?
ness of his touch anti the corn ? tlioat of t.i* in. tin .1 I,-if?
lost nothing during his devotion to other pSSSSSI I '?
he Is still the same ?'?U'suc.tloui auf luteii >.>'-it ptr
formei- that ho wai of oM.
cii-K DF rut ci'H'A Pim
.'or the lir.t time in many pian M ?>*vt
?SBOaSS ha? goue away from oar Aciden?? "f Mu?*
witli a fail pookot l-.i.-k Carl Kvsa and Q D BBSS BoSl
grown nob lu an entorprlse w Ii eh los nu ed M_)
Marct.ek about furty ti lou?, aud SSBOOSI ?BBBtSS u;*j
more Italian artists than we eau count TfeS tlie
week? season Just i!tu.?lied has tieui.ti?;rated ??vu?
?;ratifyu:g facta. It baa atmwti that Now Cork will p?.'
(ft ni?i>l iiiii?'.i', which wo have often been templed O
doubt; that the MlfeSStStaSI of music, ?ach ssWstart
"Obr-roii" ai'd Mo/arf* 'Illaro," :s lae ni'?- *< mtaW
apprtctatttl, mid that K'.i-.lts'iopera, pro,???i'y prBSSBSa
is cerialu lo be )>opular, and ?mi? U? mule ??ne oto*'
standar?! entertainment?. When au opera a? a?.:: 'itatt*
du? n, after Hu?, Iel us not lay tho blame on the pul*..*
OfcouiietltopiiniTpaU.iii.r the - le tem
pji.i winch SOS JOB! lafl US .?.?s the pi.in.? tlii.-*. !?
she was oes Ifeo eolj moo Corsfol ? * ?
SMwagso ; ' bat ? te 01 '? t.- 41 wita M ?**
SOBtS WBI ' 'I ..-?elf*
i? rio? ?
-leased ??t. i gell.I, a s itaf??aa

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