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UT- TO WB A l> l ER TISEAIEXTS.
Fnr the aeeomniodHtion of un-town resideotp,
Mr K. H. llrown baa opene*! an ..ftlce at No. 54 Weat
Tliirty-aeciid-at., Jnnctlon of I'.roadway and Blltb-BTe..
?whereadT.rtiseiiientii for TiiB TriBi.nb wiU be reeelved
t.la Ul 9 ill tbC ??Vl'Ilil!.-.
MONDAY, JAXUARY 23. 1872.
rrrwddent Tlilers oent liis renlirnatioii to the Aaaembly
on Satiirday, but ?ban_BBBitij witlidrew it. naa Two
veasels havo bt*eu wrocked on tlie t-oast a,f Wales, all on
ba,ard tKiln_ loat. -=_t Ao Irisli BBBBBbflt of l'.irlianient
hai been inobbed In London. ^- m Tweut.-nino of tbe
Indian robelabavb b?en c x. .-uta-d.
' Four boya were drownt-.t yesterday near New-Badfocd.
_.-_? Awouiau and two _.lrl? wero shot liy a Itm itii-iu
l/oiii?viiie. c-r^= aflartarbaa toaaadarerolBtlonBiyaaaal
festo in l/oulalana, snd IbraatBB- a riot UVdaj. aaaa An
rxteiidivetlrebss occurre'l nt Mi.iiticcl!.., Atk. ?.-- Mr.
Alrord hai BBkMlB tmt A-.-ewbly toi au iiiVi-.-ti^ntitui
Into tbc fltate Printina,*.
JauieA Deiiuis has beeu appointed IU>eelver of tbe
Warket fliving. Baak. aaama A nie.senKcr of tbe M.-tro
ja.d.Uii Natimial Bank wuh roM>edof 165,000. r=-= Jud^-o
Ingrabaiu di-*ebar_;ed tbo Oyer aud Terminer Grand
Jury. -^- ? Dm ^oiiut'* Comniittce coutiuued its lnvo?ti
jfation. i (_?___ 100_. 109.109_.
It wa. natural to oxpect tliat Um Britisli
public, which iltaily love. a good givnbla.
?wouhl roar savngcly nt the Auicrican 6tati*
liiOTit of tiit. Alitbama casc, na mudet op for
tlie Gi'iifva Coiut of Arbitration. PerbapB ~o
?hall hear mildtr lanf.uagt*, by aml by ; but,
mcantiiKi', it is oiirinus to note tho popnhir
_nprex-4iou ot tbe Treaty in _.nj_lanii, as re
?portt-tl liy our Repular Correspoiiilfiit at London.
A-i mij.ht hVTt 1'i'v.ti antkipated. the con
?truction Of nflnadl MWM the Indian Terri
,.ory ia boginiiin-i. to eaaae anxiely to tho
Indians. The Territory bcing openfii to theso
railroad lines.itbt'comertat onee avitalnocesHity
to their niaintenunce that the adjactnf country
ahould be sittled by some other clasa of
?peopl- than the nou-productive, uutbrifty
Indian.a. Tho railroad oompauiea want wliite
aettlerH ou the lands; the ludians ol.jeet ; and
tbe wot'st of it is, there is some show of jus
tico on eaeh ftiilt\_
T. s. At-orney Hatesof the District of I'tah
lias a p'a.in fur tho Holution of tlm Moriiion
qiiebtiou, which he, of eourse, thinks bettei
than any olher. It is that the present proee
cutions for "lewd and lastivioiis coimIuci," or
adullery, be di_?coutinued, but the Mormoiifl be
informed that "they must do so no more."
he objoetion to Delegate Hoopcr's plan
Which in to adinit Ufah as a Stato on condi
Ira of >|_fing up iMilyiMiny. is that the llor
ILoiis eoaaidei il a divino otdinanec What
roinpr.uiiiNe, then, ean po-sil>ly be nade ou
Ibo riiiliji'ct of potyganj with I people who
l.riiev.i it to bo aeeeamy to tbeii religkmi
Anoilier littor from Dr. J. W. Foslcr on
lhe raj.id -leTelepneBl of tho mining intcrosts
aml iiit'.ruil induetriei of iadiana, prophedei
Blill further ptogr_ai iti this direction. The
co.il diatriel whieli now r.'iilroads are opening
up is aot, it appean. dapeaiieBl upon one
lo-iui or om- kind of coal for its pros
prrity and pro^tpcUi tbem ara at leaat flre
?M-U. baving an Iggregale thiokness of 22
ft-.-t ; an.l u.s tbc eo nl trom eaeh has its dis
t'mai ebaraeteriatiea, makiag Uapeeiiefldlj rai
nalilo lor ? leparatc piwpaie, ? rarietj of in
daatrka will i>e ealled into eztoteaee bf its
befal .tb'ifidaiitly miaed and cbeaplj traaa
Tbc iiniuuiiic iin Dt of an iiitentUd reform in
them.tttot of making Federal ippoiatmentfl for
Ter-itoii?s will eacoarage tbebafdly-aaed eiti
tana of thoae roinoto parts of the Kopublie.
"While there havo lu on somo exeelkiit and
wortby appoiiitmi nts made to the TenHOftee,
ihoy liavc baea aaed, for tbe most part, as tbe
lait luaott of unsucce.tafiil politiciaus, arhOM
ppplicttioii-. for offico had run all the way
down from a lirst-cla.-i foicign mis.sion to
thnt whi. li thej oventually letaied. One would
?apfoee ttat _*enitoriei a.s oid u^ mc a mu
|oiity ol ours, woul l bc able by this time Ui
fiiruish niat?'iial for judgea, attorney.-*. and
goveriinis. Hut they Btt invariably subji ct to
jnipyit-,ttions from Waabiagtoa.
Wc have, at last, ffOttea rid of JadfC In
jrrabain'B Grund Jury. But abea tho Jury
eame into tht* Court of Orer and Ttnninir to
?rccoivotht- laat word. of the Judge. that gen
-tIa-.Tm.il aeemed to be in bud-bumor, and dis
miBBi^d them with an nngry aud complaiuing
fjioech. He wiemed to forget that tlu pmi of
tluJ city ba? bad fntjuent occasion to ulliide
*harply, before now, to packi d jurie-, uml hc
ahowed bia irritation at the uncomplimontary
rcmarkw aaie upou his Grand Jury, nn though
-theae were something qiite unpreot dented. It
yW&A rommonly undeiHtood and believed lhat
the Oyer aud Terminer C,rand Jt.rv was much
tnore auxioua to defeat any legal ttepe Ifaiaat
jtlic lato Tammany Rlaf than to cleav out the
jiiisairai. Judge ln-_i.ihain'? ill-temjici.d diu
conroo T-rill not ihafce that opinion in tlioloast.
As for the Judge himself, he would do well to
nvoid angry specclie.s. I.ook at tlio ridicuhms
plight of poor H.irnard!
Something is certainly wroug with Iho Sav-'
ings Hauking system of tho State. Possibly
the popular ftu&picion of fcomc of the Savings
institutioni of this city isunfonndcd; but tbero
have been seven.l flagrant instancos of mis
mntingeinent of these banks, of which tho lntest
is tbal of tlie Murket Savings Baak. It is in
creilible thut nny body of intclligont directors
sliould pennit an oflicor of tho bank to take
the Bocunties of tho concorn into Wall-st. and
hypolhecate them for speculative puiposes, and
carry on this practice for years ; but this isjust
what bai been done, it is said, by ono of tho
officcrs of this institution, wbich ll now in tlio
baadl of n receivcr. This is downright rob?
bery of tho poor, nud tho scandalous misoon
duct of this nnd other Savings Hanks calla im
perativcly for legislative mterfcrence. As
things nrc uow, individual responsibility np
pean to be tbc only security of tho poor de
Mr. Carter, tbe expelled Speaker of the
Ixmisiana Assembly, soems determiued to com
pel the interference of tho troops. When ho
besougkt tho President to lend him a forco to
drive tho Legislaturo from tho temporary Stato
House, wheie it is in sesslon, he was told that
the National Governraent would not intorfcro,
except to preserve tho publio peaco. Ho han
now issued an inflammatory addross announc
ing that ho will forthwith proceod, with bll
" Sergoants-at-Arms,'' to take possession of tlio
Stato Housc, and drive out the p.alico. The
Legislature is supported by tho State Militia
und Metropolitan Poliee; Cartor, who clnims
to bo Speaker of the Assembly, hns two thou
sand men sworn iu as .Sorgoauts-at-Arms of
bis mock Legislature at tho Gem bnr-room.
If Carter carries out his thrents, there will bo
collision and bloodshed. Carter has nothing to
loso, but we take it for gr.vuted that he will
gain nothing in tho end.
DIFFEEEXCE8 AT ALBAXY,
The moneys raised by annual taxntion fox
our City's expenses during tho curront liscal
year havo either been s^uandored by our late
rulers, or were originally inadoquate, or both.
About Four Millions of Dollars are needed to
pay urrearages up to the 1st iust., and as much
more, to carry us thence to the end ot tho
liscal year?May 1st.
Mr. Kush C. Ilawkins h;is suhmittcd to the
.-Wenibly a bill wbieb provides for the arroar
ages up to the 1st inst. Mr. Twombly pro
pooei a fiubstitute which adds to this adequate
provir-ion for the rest of the liscal year. Tbeae
rival propof-itions havo evoked a dieeaflf-OB.
which so.'ius to ns ebaneteriied by moro beat
We cannot doubt that Mr. Twomhly's is tho
better bill. Our City must netossai ily cngross
much of the present session; and bei iiuthor
ities sliould study to make their applications
as few m possible, aml never present two billa
whero ono would answer. To provide in ono
Iaill for arrearagos up to tbe 1st iiist., and then
nubmit another bill, giving authority to bor
row tlie means of providing for just such de
ficiencies throughout the four ensuing months.
is trifling with the Legislature nnd consuming
its tiino uiiwiirrantiibly. Wo cannot see why
thii sliould be inHift.-d mt,
Hut, gontlemenof the mnjority ! this is quito
a Kiiliordinatc matter. lf tlio Kegislaturo sees
lit to consider, mature and pass, two bills in
stoad of one, the City ean stand it. Do not
allow your.se]ves to boconio oxoifed and nlieti
attd on a matter io non-ossential. Pflun your
oue bill or two bills, as may seem ntlvis.il.l.-.
and bo rojidy to go ;>n with tho great work of
corrocting abuses nnd retrenching expenses,
not iiionly in tho City, but throughout tho
State If you look shnrply into the manago
mont of our Canals. our Stato Printing, our
Finaneee geaerally. you wfll flnd wrongs to
right and corruptious to rebuke, in other
oouiities M well us in this. He fearless and
tboioagb in dealing with the jilunderers of
our City, tlieir WOtfcl and thoir ways, but do
not forget tbat there are otliers which Mkewise
demiiTid c.insideration and reqain ptoinpt and
,1 POVTIXO PEE8IDEXT.
Mr. Thiers would seem to be entoring his
?eeond and floal ebfldbood. if we aro to jmlge
by the report of bll extraordinary procoodings
of the last few daya. As soon as tho Cbambei
liad rejected Mr. Pouyer-(.uertii t's bill for lhe
taiiff on raw materlal, tho President sent in
his resignation and those ol tho other niein
bois of his Cubinet. This aet ibowed eharly
enougb that tho suspicion was just wbieb
aecuse-d him of belag lhe real author
of the bill wbieb was introdueed by
tho Minister of Finanee. All the triiimphs
of his life have not weaned him from his
early love of I'tonomical subjects. He still
considois himself the ablost hnnncier in
France, and exereisos a more controlling per
sonal intcie.t in tbe adniinialiation of the
Ministry of Finanee thau in that of nny
other braneh of tlie. (Jovernment. It seems.
therefore, thnt, it was rather a movein.'at of
wounded vanity tlian any eonvietiou of par
liamonlary neeessity wbieb occasioneil this
potulunt raignation, Wbaterar may have
been its motive, its ro.sults were probably
very gr.itifying to tho veteran Miuister.
All partles in tho As?,embly aud the
eotiutry lenied strickeu wilh honor at the
proepect of losing the chief of the Kxeeutive
power. The lirararaat members who had re?
jected Iin* bill mado baste to explain that
their vote. were to be taken purely in n
flaaacial and not at all in a political sense. All
nliadi s of opinion appeared to join in the loyal
petitiooi to the President to stay. Tho De?
partment.'*, sent in tlu ir adjnrations by
telegiapb. And so at laal Mr. Thiers,
who rtully leeail not to havo desired the
death of tho sinner, but rather that ho should
be houndly frightened and laught his place,
conseuud to take up again his bnrden of offl?
cial cuies. But ho plainly told tho Committee
of the Assembly who camo to him that ho
could not atand many moro such scenes ; that
he expeeted there would be just such a disa
greement coming up on other impoiiant ques
\i(.iia<, especially those of tho Church and tho
Army. And he wii-hed to warn them now of
the lilk they were runniug iu crossing his
<l? sii. I,
It is to be boped that this incident may rc
aoli in bringing home to tho people as well as
to their legiblators some Bense of the danger
and inseeurity involved in trusting po much
in the hands of nny one man. Mr. Thiers is
at onee President of tbo Itepublic, Ministor,
and Depnty. Ilo a^-ists in initiating laws
which ho is lo di.cuss und vote on,
aud, if pissed. tu oxocute. Whenever [tba
ina.jority of the Chamber difler from
him on any leading poiut, ho is
coufrou'itd by thut practice of free cuujtitu
tional goT?rnmenta whieh gaeaarihei refllg**
tion in cnse of disagroement between tbo
bo?Bf nnd tlio" minister.. Dp to tbe point
when the rcpresontatives of tho peoplo agreo
uiioii aome definitc eslnblishment of tbo fonn
of govcrumcnt i?? Krancc, tbere aro many
naaonawfi^ibm emmM bo uo chango of
tho Chief Executivo": \\aVL* to cnablo Mr,
TUan to romain where bo is with any dig
nity, and to prevent in ftituro bucIi unfortunate
incidents as those of last week. tbe Preaident
ahould lay down, or at least niiffeT to fall into
nbeyancc, his position of legialator anfl reapon
sible Ministor, and confiuo himself etrictly to
his cxecutivo dutioa. It seems tbat eome
membera of tbo Chamber havo Been the ne
ceasity of thua separating- theae incongmous
fuuetions, and havo projected a bill providing
for thw. It c.innot bc passed any too soon.
WIJAT IS A DAT8 WORKt
We tn:at tbo day ia not distant when Social
qiifptioias will tako precedcuco of Political.
Politiea aro well in their placo, and thero aro
tiniea when they muat be paraniount; but
usu.illy, and for tho great majority of raan
kirid, "What aball wo oat 1 what flball wo
" drink 1 an.l wberewith ahall wo be clothcdl'
muat take precedcncc of "How and by whom
aball wo be rnled!"
"ACouncil of Workingmcn" in England
havo put forth, througb Mr. J. Scott Rusaell
a programmo, wherein, as a hasia of the legis
lation they desiio, they set forth tho following
1. To re.ctie tlif fumiliea of our workmen from thn dl .
Baal laaaa, cevwded aiieys an.l aawheleeaaaa Awelllaaa
of our towns, aml plan. tlirni oiit in tho rloar, wbafB lu
tho miildli* of a j-artleii, in a detailieil houiontead, ln
? hol, rtoiuo uir and anu .lilno, tlioy niuy livc uinl invw Bf
atroiiK. h.alfhy und iture, under the iulliieiice_ of a wcll
iiriii red ii.'iuo.
2. To cn.iblo thin to bo rff.-i tu.ill.v earried out, there
BMMtbeereeteda Betfeel ontanlzatlon for the wlf-jrov
erniiiciit of eniintirs, towna, aml vill;i(-i-a, wilh puui-r.
fnr tho a. uuisitioii aud di.sjiofal of land for the com mon
3. Thenrxt condition of tho ivcll b. Iiik of the Bbflled
workman le, Ibal a dav'a labor ahall eon.i-t of tlght
lioiira of linnoKt work.
I. Iii addition to schoola for eloinentarylodiicatloD,
there ahitll l.e provided aelmola for j.rarficul hBBWleifB
aml 1.-elniieal __ll! I" the mld. t of th.-ir hoineBtcad s.
6. For the nioriil aml phy .loal wellbeiiiK of the people,
placea of pul.llo rerreatimi, kaowleage, and nllnemoiit,
_hall be ergaalaed Ba part . nf tho publle aervlre.
e. l'ubiio aaarfceta shaii beereetea" laamytewB.fBi
the mile of gooda laaaaall qiuutillenof beat qualily at
7. Tbere aball bc provided ? cieat oxten. ton of the nr
_r:iiil_iilliiii of the pntilic werviee (uti tho nioih-I of th.
peet-offlee) fer fhe connuon geoi.
Cummcnta by Tho Trihttne.
I. The in.>st notiicablo fi.ituic of ?his pro
gramme is its rn.lic.il antngonism to tho Free
Trade, hbtet fnire, doetrinefl of those wim
modeetly Btyle themselvea the Political Eeono
miatfl. Every line of this progfainme is at
open war with their fundaiuental tcnets; yet
we ;iiv told that the Coaunona <>f England are
all beUerera In [Free Tra.lo. They negleet no
fair opportunity to Bhow tliat tliey are not.
II. Tlie demand that "a day's labor ahall eoa
". ist of eiglit bOBTB of honest work,"challenges
thongfatfol attention. Why eight bonra rather
than nine or ten, .ix or aerenl We reqirire
reaaon. doI dogaaatisin. How is it aeetrtaiaeri
that ri^lit hours is tlie pmpcr allownn. .??
Snppose there were no paynieiit by the day?
that piece-work were universal?wonld the
labMCSfl volimtarily restrict theiiiRflves to
('i(_)it. hours per .lnyT Uo.'s expt-ritiii*.' shcil
nny liKbt OU tliis point 7
There aie many ciiiplovni. nt., like nnder
PToun.1 mininp, wlnrciu labor is iiii:iflVt't...l by
heat or coltl, sun or storni, hi^h or Iow w.itei ;
there ara othera, like Carming, Imnhering, rail
loa.l-ni.ikint', biiil.iinir, Iie., \t\. whi.h stonm
oi fiosts intinnpt for lionrs. an.l e\*n ?lays.
Aro men to work at theae but elght hours per
day in good w.Mther, atanllng idle ia nadl
If so, bave th.-y not an advantage over thoae
who work in all wiather? Let us un.lcr-tand.
We n.e.l to know the pr.cise i-ommenial oi
oroiioiiiic.il value of a day's vork of twelve, of
tm, an.l of . itrht liour.-,n sprctivtly. l'liiiii.'ily.
brieklay. is worked twelve hours ; lati-r, they
worked bnl ten ; ireheUefa that soaae of thim
now work but aix bours. Who can aay how
in.'iiiy brieka were l.i.l in B twrlve-hoiir day,
how many ln ten, und how many ln aighl *
Oa many point. like thia, we greatly need Caeta.
Who can au|.].ly them T
Wt hear it aaid that, if every <m? would
work even aix bours p.r day. the pro
d.ict would be ample ; and we bi-li.-ve it is so.
liiit ample for what! To (ill us nll with To
baeeo and Liquor, and eii.iblc ua to attctid
balls, theatera, hor. .-r.ues, <kc.* We iniHt
nieasiiie und drfine our wants In-fore we ean
deeide how l.ar.l we ninst work to supply them.
We hive known those irhoM wanta win- BKply
BOpplied with one-quarter ^>f the iiienna which
othera found totully inadeqnate.
?Wo write to stiuiulate inquiry imite n
fleetion, and elieit beta. Aa yet, ire are bnt
eonaidering; l).v-aud-by, are may havo aome
wha'. to aay. _______________
WBAT CU8T0M*B0URR 0FFJCRR3 IWS'T
One of tha most curious e.\po. urea of the
Custom-houae Investigation ia the pr. vali-mc
of dense an.l unaceou.itublo Ignoraaee among
the majority of the aceomplishcd pentleinen
to whom a conlidliitf eountry hns entiustui
the eolleftion of ita revenues. How tbey havo
managed to aee so mneh and know so little,
to live in the btisi.iBt haiinta of a commercial
cily, ininKlo with all aortsof men, BBBnagB tlio
intricata detaOfl of politteal eonv.-ntiona an.l
penetrete Um myaleriea of eoaameree, an.l yet
emetgB from thia turmoil aa unsophiiiticatod
as achool-boya and ns ignoraut of wicked ways
as St. ?imeon Stylite., is one of the proh
lema of the age tliat aeema to bii llle aolu
tion. Here ifl Mr. Surveyor Cornell for
instauce, wbo coniiiuiuds a largo foree
of aubordiiintea, and has them (for political
purposea) under admirable control; but he
doea not know where they can be found, an.l
has only a general idea that tln?y live aml
earn their living somewhere in New-York. He
ia at tbo head of one of the moat iiuportant de
partmenta of theCuatoin-hoiiso, but he doea n't
know whether hia fitty or ai.ty ofticiala
who went with him to tho Syraoiiao Conven?
tion had leave of iibaenco. Ue brlievea that.
he haa puniahed inapeetora for taking luibea,
bnt cannot tell poaitively whether bf haa or
not. He tcstified a year ago that weighera
conatantly employed more men than were
necea6.iry, an.l he teMiflea uow that there hus
MM fi 1'reat improvement, bqt upo/i the
wholo ho doea not know wlu (Iur
there haa been any reduetion at all.
He teatitled a y.ar ago that rcmovals
were commonly made from politicul intiiience
and di.tation, and he teatifios now that they
aro generally made for ofll.'ial .ausc; bnt, upiin
Ihe whole, ho doea n't know whether thi re haa
been any cliange. He ia the olllcial Biiperior of
the Inapeetora of paa.-enger-)' luggage, but
doea n't kuow how many of thein ha ha . CBBBad
to l.e removed for ucceptiug brilmi. Ifo knowa
tlmt ono of hia bapwton waa arreated for
frnnd on the revenue. bnt doea n't know who
becamo hia bail. nor whetber ho waa lndicted,
nor wbether ho in Btill in oflico. He has a
"great deal to do witb tho dispensation of
patronage, but doem't know upou what pr.n
eiplo tt i distrilmted. though_ ho JjpJ. I
" tliluk'lonieVgard has been givcii to fl-Ufl
"_________.-_* tbnt, M a rule, tbe HWWag;
"tious havo bceu of a polititla! ^haractcr.
Ho doea n't know aliout tho notorionitja39 ?
Forbca, Coutant, and Nash. Ho is Chairman
of tho Stato Republican Committee, but doesu t
know that thero is a division in the Republi?
can party in New-York I Ho commanded tbe
Cuutom-honse forccs at the .Syracuso Conven?
tion, but doesn't know that Fedcral patronage
was u_ed on that occasion ln any way; doesn t
know of any Customs offlcials traveling through
tho State on political erranda (thongh he ad
miti going to Albany and Syracuso himself on
such errandn, and baving flfty or si-ty other
Customs offlcials with him); and doesn't know
that when he appcars in bucIi nfl'airs ho figures
as a Fedcral offlcial ruther than as plain A. B.
Then there is Col. Frank E. nowe, tho
Special Agont who has acQiiired so wido a
reputation in connection with seizuros of
books and papers. Wo say nothing of his
ignorance of the rule that no warrant sliould
Ihi applied for on the unsupported motion of
tho informer; for so far as wo ean learn that
rule scems to havo been carefully concealed
from evoryboily's knowledge, and Col. Howe
only ahaiad his ignorance with tho wholo
Custoin-hotise. But ho has some special de
iiciencies of his own. He conducted the N'nylor
ease. and does n't know that it broko down
under examination, and has been abandonod as
to imi.-t of the charges and virtually droppedas
to all. He does n't know that bis oflicers seized
the privute correspondenco of the lirm. He
speaksof books boing spiritod away, but does n't
know thut anything of lhe kind was done. He
bolicves that "Custom-houso Inspectors have
" for a year held Naylor & Co. in a sort of ter
"ror;" but we cannot discovor that ho knows of
any fraud the merchants have committed or
any procoodings taken ngaiust them. He
charges them wilh attempting to onter 180
cises of steel bars as scrap-iron, and doflfl n't
Know that after a carefiil examination the
Custom-houso nuthorities decided that the
im t.il was scrap-iron and passod it accordingly.
l.ut tbe most ignorant of all tho witnesses
yet examiued is undoubtedly General Order
Siocking. This gentleman doesn't know ex
actly how bfl >f0_ into this lucrative monop?
oly. He obtained thii ty or thirty-fivo lettan
from iiilliifTitiul ptrsons, and doesn't know
whetlier anybody holped him to get them;
obtained the Cartage bureau from Mr. Griu
nell by just nsking lor it, and did n't know
that it was ono of the Custom-houso
prizes; did n't know th.it tho General
Ordar business i H a Cusloni-boiise prize
oilhor; doesn't know whetlier anybody
belped bim tO get it ; was inlimate with Leet
wblle that per. on was in the War Departmont,
but did n't know that be was then receiving
money from lhe General Order privilege; went
into partnersliip with him without knowing of
the Hixl.y ananirenieut, und without knoiviiiir
that Leet was in the General Order business al
all!?in fine, to quoto Mr. Stoeking. own
words, " the whole of the business lt 11 iuio
" our hands by accident."
I' iif,,i of ?.oo<I, Mli laa.lllllfaoin haai
taagtaaai blonnlngo alown diiitillal
We may adil that Mr. Btoeldog doesn't knou
what tho business is worth, and does n'r know
wbether Uie books of tbe flrm bara over been
As for Mr. Leet, be does _eeu to know two
tliin.lt.: hu k.a'.uj ivli.-n tht' I'l ,111II) il I CO docS
not want to exainine him, and tbaa be COBMa
to the leeeiona. be kaowi abaa be 0 wanted,
and then lu- carefully itajl away.
rrvm Thn Titn't
While the Legislature il in tbfl b'linor for
IaiIWlllBllef OhT flflfl)Bl (-.orrnptioii i0.iiiii-.t Ita ni.-tiii.. t-i,
w.iiiiii it nol Iii, well t.) iii.o.t.ii** mi li).|iiirv into tlu- ita.n
iieotlon Bfl Mr. ttmmtad of WMB-flfltfl* flrtth tliat niytlii
cal t-oiii-tirii known Bfl I?1 rVa-kikili lir.-.v.l ( ...npmiy I
A uTiiv.al BBBBBM7 tlitit (ll'l Mt pflflBBMfl a .iiinfli- (riav.jl
plt, ?*;_-, Mim.wliat Bfl u fl Ifl. llf ; bat lhe p*__ll_____tflfl
of thn raekfltfll ci.iac. rutlal not flflfll Ii.ro. hfl w* I ;.\ ?
itlrcady iwuit .d ont. thi*. ____B_aa_. of wiil -h nu-tod aml
"Alc.'k" Fr.-.ir w.Tt-tl.e flhlflffl, WBfl roimti'ut-al for tlio
na*le pgtpgm lt Mpflj iriK tli.' l.at*- l'.,rk r,)ii.uil?..l,,ii witii
tootamasrwrti for arhtoh ttn-ir ptedeeeaoom pati ti eo
imt cui'if yuti. nt tii. miiiiii.-.i.i prtoa of $_i _a la >atin?r
wonlH, witii tlu* ..,iiaa^nt of 11111 on, S w,vn_, and RaMfl.
tli.? jirnjirn tur of th.> _tniv.-ll.it nt Pfthfltlll flBMBfll ' >
drtil (lin-i'tly Wlth thfl l*ark i'oiiiint'-,i,,i,. ta, tmt tmldhl.
ypatrggtaHu*4t4'ii. Wtem aOn.at t'r?\ whlla fhay *-.ii>
lilictl lt to Uie Citr ut .1 iiio.icit udvaui-ii t llfty jut BflM.
liylbl-4 litlic tran.si.oti.iu thfl t.n i>.nur. wtro BWb?M
ont of N.niK* liJ.WTO; aml, ik* Mr. Hu.tt-d lian volunt. ea 1
uo BiylflBBttra ot lii- .aali'iri' in thfl fru.ial. tlio I.*-.'?.! ?...i#
:uid tha iniitiii' tovre tlm aitiTiiiitivi" of bcaaatag ititi m
di.-4lii.ui-a\, i.r nf IBflJflBBJtlll Iiiiii to viii_i,*:it. hUBflfllt,
I'ommentt I'U The Tfihnne.
Whetber the Btateiinut topicd above. from
Tlie Iime* is true or othflfWiflt. we 'ln not
know, bat we assuine that it must bt. so.ne.
Ihini. like the truth. It iuvolves 110 aaaanaiT
iinputafinn of fr.iud as i.jr.iinHt " liusted, I*'r_ar
*'__ Co." any more than if they had bougbt
ten thoiHand barrel.. of Apples of the fainnfl
of Westehosti r County, and sold tbem in our
Cily at n good pratt. Hut tbfl iinpliffition
clturly is that this (Jravel contraot ia an 1111
(leibanil metbod af pajiag Blr. Huted for
Lepislative serviees to Tweed 4_ Co.; and this
renders invesliKution impeiative.
Mr. Husted is ? Hejuiblieau, and bas beaa
elaawd ns a **? Peatoo Keiniblioan." Iie bai
bet n thrien choson to tbe Assembly by as
npiigbt, IntaDlgent a constituency ai ean !>?*
found 'in Iba Btate -OBfl which tukes prido
in his ability "flinl e,ftl_i.mcy. If ho is ? jobber,
who sells the power contulod to him by his
Kcpublican ndgbbon for bafll luere, they
want to know it, nnd to tieat him aeeord
bgiy, As ono who Iihs thrice ratad for Mr.
llustf.'d, the Efltftot of TitK Thihink asks him
to ri.iti to 1 Qacatioa of pri~ttege. ai.d deaiaiid
that this Grtivel utory ba investigated by
the friends and allieB of his ib famers. Let
Mr. S|.enkor ;ippoiut three memliois of tho
I.usli UawUai .-.i.tiitp. to iiii. cleitr throagb
that I'oe.k-.kill gntTfll-p_t| and report whetlier
there bfl or bo n<>t any decajfng African
buried thorein. If Mr. Ilnst.-tl is kept away
by sickiiesi, we nsk Mr. Niii*-, fo.1 Ihe Imuor
uf oid WoitcliDStor, to move the aeedad invts
tigation at onee. The Hepnlilicans of Ihal
county Hi-iiil 110 jobliers to Albany, kaawiag
tbem to liu such; and Wfl a?k thfl Legillatnre
to do ull lhat may bti laqaialtfl to viadkato
thoir K'^'d naiiiH._
The Free Tnulc papers nre Iryin-. busily to
t'onvinco (ho people tli.it iveiy prodiict ie
c.iving protection is oiorliiiunlly dear. Ut
eourse, they do not atlopt tlu plnin, coiumou
sefiso way of provinn thoir n-niirtions, if thoy
nre cnpable of proof. In tho iiuinense nuuilioi
of duily transactiotiB iu buum. md Mttiagj tlio
public dclerinliie if a ci'inminlily ifl cheap or
datf by wbal it aaat in fonner _iiiiik, by their
ability t.i buy it, 111.1 by itfl uuiiorm qaality,
Nwvv. in in -at Waolffl 'I'aiici, fli. Anii
oonaumer flnds that h? pny* ne, mora th?B he
did ten years ago, that he ia better ablo to pay
that price, and tho average qiiality haa im
prered. Aceordingly, eoniplicat.-d tablea in
tended to coiivince people that tlio currcnt
ratea are extortionato aro valueleaa, and paaa
UQ.UOR is Tzthsois,
Wo leani with aatisfaction that the act lately
,.^?cd by tho Legialatnre of Hlinoia regu
ySTtfipfii fi ijcoholic Liquora waj ejia
tained by a ^d<,d mjority ofksii political
party. It pasacd the Hfmite by ^8 to 4, Bflfl
tho Honao by 109 to 4.1-oliry 3 Dcmocratic
Senatore and 8 (out of 84) DemocTatio rcpre?
sontatives voting Nay. The Chicago Tiibune
thua oxplaina and defenda tho meaaure:
"For once, at leaat, comnion aenae haa entered into
legtalatlve reform inoaeurec and wrae knowlodiro of
human nature and tlio workinfja ot mon'a minda haa
boon dinplayod, both in Iho framing- and Bnactlngof tho
bill, so tbat It now atand* ln practtcal relation - to what
all men re&ard aI an Inherent ri?ht, and ita operatlon,
when it becomea a laV, wlll bo atrlctJy IB accordanco
wlth tha operatloim ef that rl*ht. It la tborouirhly
ln accord with dtmoorutio prlnciplea, and ln eyni
pathy with tbal lntultlve foellug iu every man'a brca.t
that ho hah tho rlgbt to bo maator of bimacl. and hi.a own
actloiia. It acknowledgea that A haa tho rlifht to aoll
ll.juor and tlmt B haa tho rittht to drink lt, but holda
the ui reaponaiiblo for the uae of that riKlit, and eatopa
both A and II from the abuae of lt. Tlio Temporaneo
BBlbBBtaatB bithorto have aaid: 'You ahall neither
drink nor eell |whlaky;' and ln aaying thia
hare lmmedlately oncmntemd an inaurmotintable
diCleiilty ln tho ahapo of tho Inherent conviction
In tbo tu Ind. of Baal nien, that they havo Jnat n.
rauoh abatract right to drink whiaky aa the Teiiipenineo
man hna ta drink water. It allows tho uae, but it forblda
tho abtiae, eml (.iron tho damatfea to the partiea who aro
damaged. It doea away with tlio ajpeaetre i.nd obnox
ioiia inachlnery of tho Malne law-tho constabnlary.
apooml polieo, eple_, and dutertivea. who were
Meeaaary to. bal had no Intereat ln, Ita on
foreemeiit /urther than caruln* their .ali.nea.
and wero ready to walvo thut intereat ut
any time for a pecunliuy eoiaalderatla.n?and brliiOT an
latewated proeumtitrlntir Court in Ibe peraoa of the
wlfe or Otb. r party who Ih (tainajfed I.y the aaloon-koep?>r,
UM xuardlun wlio BBM hl" minor dUtfaB ejO-Bg tO A
tion, and the widow who haa loat her proteetor by reaaon
of tho keeper of the anm slmp and hia ub.iao
of bla rl?ht. It thua beeoaBM a.-11-.-nfor.liaf,' unin
eimilii're.l hy ooatlyami iii.-Illcieiit ma. I.iu. ry, aml war
riuifHil fowork when applied. If lt doea imt wi-rk, It lt
aimply beaBBM tho only onea who are lntere at. .1 ln ita
enfa.roomi ut th BOl Wlafc tt to votk. BeaMea tbla pe0B>
liarlty of ac-lf i-uforcemout, lt will t-iilia* tho aaatatanea el
a vory conaldcrablo chwa of aaloon-keepers tbaaaaatvaa
la IIBIIflBB Wll Ha provl.lom. The moro Mapeet
ablo und (leeeiitg <-I.I.-.1 wlll bo ln favor of lt;
and thua Ita operation wlll aflfert tho low.-r
re.urt-, wiure aii Borta of poiaoBOBa eeaa
penadi ire .iiuir, wbete Iba baejalo la a!mo.t alwaya aa
?oelated wltb Ibeaa, aad wbera ihiov.a, harlota, aml all
alBaaaaol llBnciB-llaMa eharactora, uightly usi'M iit-'. Il
wiii ilrivr tbaaa ebaraeteia away, an.l wiii prevent
landlorda from loaalac their premi-ea to amh, and
thua have tho temleiicy to redmo tb* BBBiber of
lln BBB It ahould bo retuembcred tbat tho llliiiois
law ia even moro stiiiigeut than tho Obio law. upon
whleh lt ia ba.aed, and that, under tbe oj-Tatioii Bl tba
l.itter liiw.eoiisi.'tioii und puui. hmiTiit BBTO nev.-r yet
falled to follow tho laatttattea of a suit. w.- may, there
fore, roa.aiuiably lnfer that ita ten.lency in tlu.a I-!ty will
I.,. io redaee -aaleilallj the anmbef of mIoobb, aaw
aaaoeatlaB le aeerty t aoa, aad that llabeaeft. Ineoea
trv tewna, abere tbeae are bal oaa or twa ialaoaa,wlll
?Agaiu ive BTgB the Tetnperance men of Illi
nois to do their titino.t toward snatafofalg and
enforefog tUa aet. They donhtleaa pxafeB ab
Holuto Prohibitloa ; bnt ahonld tbey, on that
aeooant, take the siilks now, they will need
Eriendfl when their turn shall come, if it erer
doea eoine. Help enforce t?iis law, and then,
if it proves a fiiilure, you BM] faiily aak jotir
?Migbbora to Iielp anaet and anataln a better
RtilV TO MAKE UT A CV8T0M-B0U8E CA8R.
The seizure of B nieichant's booka aud papeis
Yt* an extreine BBeasnre, only to be taken npon
tho strict. -1 peceoaitj an.l with all poaaible
preeautions againsl abnaa. It mny do Lrrepar
aUe injury to iiiii(>eeut nien ; it can bardly f;iil
to involve peeiiniary loss; and in any eaae it
ia of nn inquisitorial charaeter espedally odiona
to Ani.iit.ins. IJnt tlie evidenee tlius far elit
iled by the f.'ommitteo of SenatOTB sliows
that, bad a* it id in itaelf, the Cuatom-hooae
Byatem renden it iafinitely and nnnaeaaaarily
woise. A sliaie of all pioperty Kt-izcd for fiaiuls
apon the rerenae goem to the hformer. The
infoi'inet* may l>e the apeiial ugent of the
Treaanry. Tha Bpaeial Bgent of tha Treaaary
ia praetkaHy tho penon who impounds tha
merchnnt's booka and t_t*n**tYt an indelinite
p.-iiod. from tbree daya to three months,
ransacking tbem for evidenee. Tha teStimony
of Deputy-Colleetor (laik and of Spi_rial
Agent Howe, ahow how this arraaaaaaenl
woiks. Tho apecial Bganl or informei* BBBkefl
an iilli.lavit. on information and belief, and in
unv fonu be pleasea, that there. is NMOH to
^u.pe('t mi.l.-rtiid-sut'h a tirin of iin.lervaliiing
iiivoici-a, or of aomo other kind of fraud.
Aeeording to rule, the eaae onght to l>e eent
by the Colleetor to the Diiatrict Attoraey, and
by fhe lattBC otli.er presented to tho Distiict
Couit fiom which tha warraut ia toissue; but
thia rule haa not alwaya been obaerved, and
in aoiue inatances the intornier baa boen
known to apply directly to ttu* Court and
obtain u wnrraut. The ofllce of tho merchant
ia now iuva.led by a foree of apeciid
Rgenl.a. Tho booka nre earried olf. The
piivnto pap?r_. nro ttei/.-d. Not only the
dociiments referring ta tho supposed
fraitdule.nt tranaaction, but all the papera iu
the eatiblisbment, oven tt man'a letters from
hia wife, are exposed to the exntnimitiou of
tlie Cuatom-house oftieiala. l.usiness of courao
ia interrupted, aud the accounta may be thrown
into irrimediable confusion. The Bcaieh ia
oandnftod at the rooma of the Speeial Agent
of tha Treaanry. He employs clerks, account
nnta, translatoi^, ex;ierta, to naaist him in tbe
work. Tbeae aasistanta are not [aworn to ae
en'ey, in.1 no preeaution ia taken to prevt-nt
tht- improper exposure of busineaa aecrets ex
eept what Mr. Clark humoroualy calla "tho
" preeantlee. of employiag none but pefaona
"preauned an.l beliered to be truatworthy."
Bat Ihia is not all. If the cbarge bceah
down, the Sjieeial Agent mna no risk, for he
ia a puhlic ofllcer jiresiimed to ba aeting from
a Benee of duty, and the law will protect him.
He ean now abandon the oiiginnl eharge, and
ptoeeed to Bearefa tha booka for aome evidenee
apon whieh to baae a new aeenBatian. If he
lind, or think Iie linds, proof of aomething
wrong, hc ean Bnggeel ii c.unpromise, and it ia
ijuite witbin the iiuigo of probability that a
lirin whleh baa conaeiously comuiitted no of
ft iisi- may couaeiit to pay forty or tifty thou
?>aud dolliua to ba reli.-ved of any further
tfouMOi The following extract fiom Mr,
Claik'a te>timony ttdla the whole alory:
l) IK-vot. ir.eini t>. aay thnt whi n a iiiert-luut'a ln'nika
mi'i papeia have iieeii brenght h.-fore tin-1 Baftoaa>*BBaaa
otlli'tala, uuder a warraut Iniaod on .iilfir. ?- <;? i-,m?
iiiiiin i?i.o>la, they lmve not been eoarvbtHl for oihar
iitM.Nii.it inentiou-d In fhe alllal.ivlt, aat tlaiuia uiiule,
uu.l eiilli|irtiliil*e.a uud Mt ttlementa .uinl. upi .1 i tu-hii-,a
of fiu-t* you Bave tlliti ovi-red o? Ui'" -.- 1....:.-, nnt nuii
tioiied or reBaated to m the nfitflavitt
A. There m:.y have be.-u luaty'aiea of that kind; iu
tloeil, 1 kuow tliero buve .w-i-ii.
No ciuiiieiit t.Aii l.t.. ueceaa.uy upou auili a
intinslroita an?l Pppiv. .ive ayatem. lt ia a ays
11m which tmahh'., u diehouest Custom-houao
Q-faye van.| uucU a baing ia not ttb->i.lu.cly un
fr-ow-) to ttn-ip nn a cbfirg. of fr^A *
mero excuse for gfittinfi. poM4??Hon of gU J
chant'i papers, uelling his nec.ets, ^ "*?
sackin*. tho transaction.. of yeara on the rk!!!8'
of linding BomotUing which may b. Tj
to frightfla tho firm into a ''oompioJ^
Wo don't allow t^h. polico to look Bfml
burglars and fori_ers in that way.
An election to fill the vacant i?at i0 ._,
Pounsylvania SeDate, in place of Mr. Mr
nell, deceased, will be held on tho 30th k_
The .Senato Ifl equally dividr_d?18 to l-jj!*'
tijio Jh a strongly Kepublican district. ji
two C-ndLiOau-'S aro as yet pf?i<w.nted-~bot_
Republicans. QtA, A. K. M. Clure, thejJ?
lican Reform cfulidate, ia ono of tU ^,
men in thn Btata ha't served with dinti^
in former Seuates, and jvotild prove g m^
aud leading member of any legislative boj.
Tbe biodrioal reader ean bardly fail to find jj _
preracnro of the Duko d'Aumaln and tlie Piiajj,*.
Joinvillo ln tho Froneh Assembly another Ultj-^
tion, hanlly iflfldfld, of the tflrtaoaa aud iBdint,
rni'thodsof French politics, and of those expej^
which socm to have bflflOBM bfittditafy iafc_
leaus family. Notwithitanding tb?>ir ismonrtB^
failure, non.i of that rucaa hoom al.lo to i_> f le tmgg.
out of their headfl. It will liardly bo .,r,-tende_ tW
this brace of ox-princely eadot. have any irre*.
iblo pnssion for repiiblicanism.nr that tbey cattf.
anyfhing so much as for the reijtoration of their-*.
family. Tlii-* tl tbfl p-toiliitrity ot ! ftreaeh politj^
thev have no scioiice, nosinccrity, no veracity,_(ai
ing but a vulgar faith in dotiny aud tho posiibiH*.
of the mld tri.k. Tben pciaeee, >o (btmbWIb
UflTfl in onything, bettevfl a mooaKhj te l?-th*m
government f(?r France, and with thoir experfoBn
andeducation it would l,o h.vper*-riti.-.il to bl?,
them for Biich perfeetly natural opinions. Thcwiiq
is in the temporary cmio* alineiit ef thaM opiah__
The fraudgi. in tho p escneo of those ma>n ui__.
publican Assembly at aU. Tho wtthUt ii tbat ?ft*.
soeing the gamo played ovor and ov. r atraiii, da_i_f
tbfl last ceutury, l.y the OrleanisM, tbfl booaptrfai,
and even by the BoaibOBfl, the Fiamh ]*??>1.|-.
mits itself to hopo f..r democratic fruits from trtyni
or an iniperial niock. It is aU of a pi.-co witfc ua
Ingndaed national insiucerity which _nakn Fm_.
history, lleei back to thedays uf Henry of .Yi.irn.
tlie nmst irritatim. reading in tl.e world. Then,,
in the Froneh n.tional ihataetflt bnllianry.br-i.jr.
retlnomout, and a kind of pntri.'tisin which itte,
however, of the highest kind ; bat sonn-liow thm
never seoms to havo boen, nor is there now.anypw
ah.-nt faith in doininant and central nleas?atU*
none which has tho e.-soutial euahties of pirwteB.
aud of solf-u.-j. ation.
It ha-i-been so often itflted withamt ooiit .*__*?_
that wo | upposo it nuiy bfl lOBfltdefed fl fact thit thi
Bo-oalli'd "Mornion Hiblo" was written for hu ?-.
aiiiiiHoti.eiit by a clergyman BBBhtd fpauldini.. Tlm
fcreiitl'iiian is !_?_. and buried iu W__.hiiieo_
County, I'a.. aud it ia now pcopoetl to erert a mor.
ment over his gruve. Wby tblflflheeli bfl mni-4
pubI*o afiair, we do not know; for e-rtainly th
country has no spoeial Mflflfla f"r hcingnblifiji.
tho author of "Tho Mornion Bible," a farncn.
BOBaaaai whi, h hasocca_>ioned gnati-r inUt;l_i__4n
ever such aeaieafledid before. The Ms. aM_ba
acconliiu to tbe story. by Spaubling to tlie Rei.Mr.
I'.'itterson, .ind was eopied by Sidney Kivdoi'. w_)
Bjerfl bii U1111.seripti1.11 to Jo Smiili l',.i_.ibly wi
?riffht hav beea t**atod ali tho Utab botbaalhi I
thf Ber. Mr. ipaoldlog had pkiBBd t'i hm hta
s*.lf in a mon. fleafliblB way. On tho etbat hand, J?,
ha~ing B yaaafl-B ?or g.-ttini. np new r* liitiona, migki
bave .-tartod his now faith BBOB flOBM-otL.rbaii.
Ir is a giaat conifa.rt to ns to feilth.it BmBBBBBl
battft Booegb ot tthd tratb in it te?*i it/roo
itltitn.ite ol)]i\ion; and we are . tirpii.i*-*!,conni_erin
bow well tbe leadt-rs have r.i.-m.-ic-.l m-i-nlar matttn,
that tha.y shaaulal havo e.au.struoteil such | tbtbbf
ecclf..iastic:il scheme, by tlio skI*. of whicl tbl
Mofllem t.iith soiins not inorely r.-hi^cial,l*.\?*.t**Aa.
Bara is 1 mialflter, im BUer Maeia afC_M__fl|
>___aa-_ia nboiit tho sitis of tbe aewflpepBcaeat
amonn othor tliinif!.. bo says that " TiiK Tbiuu.M
BBaal?1 tlu* Cii-tom-lioiis.) I.iiiK and Pr. flUflflBl iirttn,
and atto'iijits to BpotofiflB l',*r aml aiiawtf tbl
(liai'Kcs mado autain-at Taiuiii.ini." Utot day. pta*
baaa w<-.shall pioacli about tho sins of theclorgy,
aud wa, hltiiil point to Kl.l*-r IfooCfl as an ex.'im[fleof
what the cate. hihin oalls "lyinir, ovil upoakiiif, ud
.-laii.lorina.'' The revorond irentloman h_* tbefolly
to talk about iu-wspaiwrs without knowiiiK whitii
iu tluui. Tn Tnnu NK iit'iiT an-ails Pn>iid->flt
Urant. It eppeflBfl bis ronoiniiiatioii, bul hu not I
word tosay amiinst bi.s eharaet. r. A? f01 tbe atory
that we "attempt to npolovri/.i for aial BBiWiTthi
I'liartfa'S Made BKainst Tammany," it is a t_t Le,
Wbkh Mr. Moore has probably flflfied fron fl*
Jii.t*"*. but his Igaenaee doee not excuse hinu
repeatinif it. Ilave theae revereud chatterboxnii
__u_oof moral eeipoBatMllly T
Afl ovrryth'ni. at the Houth dopemLs npon Iki
t-duoatiiiii (af the froa'dmeii, wo aio tettj tttt h
fa.rmod by tb.) Hev. Mr. Foeter that " we flnnl
gainiui. up(/U J-oiithorn ignorance." " We treofllf
edacatiaga* he adds, "iu an imperfert BMHM
number et^ual to tbe annual increatM-." The Northen
bouevoleut societies are dtiiiifj; lo.ss instead of mon
ataehjraajri legiahrttea on the wbleol in the Sooti
ifl aotbapaoviagl and "there _flfl_M to be no Bb
source eajual to tho _ni?r..oi_ov, excopt the power ol
the nation exettised through CflagNH." Tbere tf
I>ear8 to be, hi.wevtM*, no lack of bi^hor collepia
eetaaBflbflaeatafai the Hlacks; weeeaat thirtufla
which thoy are admttti'd, with endowmentu W >-*
amount of noarly or quite a iiiillii.n of dol/ars. Col**
mtoog aro well cuough; but there may he ton to?"j
ut them. _
"Will Dr. Livingstoue ever MBM Lu.-k nijBti'
To this quostlon the Ror. Mr. T.vler. who h_)li"?
iu ._iri,*a,rf_poniLsin Tht Coiigrnjattonalat uewipip>*
"ltlnuk he will." At cording to Mr. T.i lor, h*
Poetoris enfaged in studyiiiK now dial.K-ti; "??*
if these. iu that part of Afrka in wliith heii V*
Biipposodto be, Bre as numeions and diverwfl*-8
tho vicinityof tho Cflffl and Natal. ho will hi?
euouifh to ooetipy all his time" lt is to be rftvo*
bered. also, that he is truv. lin? on foot, .ind ***?
durlug a cnsidorabl.i porti..n of lhe yoar ltwillM
impanisiblo for him Ifl travol at all. The nofion tbal
Dr. L. haa tak.m to bb-flflH ? bb** Mrs. I.irinkiwni
Mr. Tvler la'pudiatos aa ridioulons. '? I doubt ??.
bfl concludes. " England mill flfloa ?*?' [****,
anainthis lion of Afflcaa tiaveiu>." Hl?('?*,'ui
como, what a lion ho will bo'.
Wondoiful is all mnnuor of toUmhtJth* tB*
Taris. Lr Monde, a b-a.li,i_r nc^-pit" 1. *****\
tliat it ean no loriger oonscientiouslfl; tBBU\ l,un
oa Siii.d.y. aud timt it oanuot, tl..*_i*lor**. ___?"
patrons wlth Lt ifoi'do |%J_*_y. Ibfl Bi-.**1 J
iu rapturt-.-., aud -aro aP. writtntr ci,iiipli'u''n"1J-^
ttMtotheoditois. It 'jlflblllj ui.ikobfll l'ule(1 T
enooin l'aru. juat'n.w vh-tlnr Lt Bttm tt P"
lished 011 Motid;.y ?r U"i. Tbl i\*Eu*b8 *??'?"''^j ,,,
thfl omiflhion if tho iiew**piip_i am Mmi'l tf anl?b
(Bll inererr dfleulpllon of w.-ik to i* uude'Lrt
ou that tV.v; an.l there is n.i dlr_fl '?*' *?*TJ
Pflflfktokfli tbo Beeead l>ay ei the week-in
that The First may be kept. Tbl tl'^'fV **_|S__
Kay.t |_ exa-olletlt | llllll _M ll,a.al,T Wt* BM *^*m*0A
V ;u tl..-, withont ll.Kle.tllii; OtAUt*****'
All honot to Miss .^umiii DbUWa) e' B"*,*'?||-Irf
tmthPht to hiifl?i a i>.? t.n: m.o ild tii iiv'i
tke country tolline oM'iyb.sly th.it _M ????" ^
aiidonslav.d.atul that pmadlM **\A**^Lt*mm\
iHc.mniiKauio.l .al woiiian: bat. ******l w>^,'
bhe started for "tho inaiKin ?f fair Zirwi k
oiitoied a 111e.l1.al s.h.w.1. iad bflfl J?-t B* pLi^afl
aitreat ili-ul of bonor and ?loi*: sl tbe .,<
p,a.Mi.?hel'.a...l all ho. fell"W-t'-'1^t"?^fn<f.'
thit she will "make horself a ,",u"'. th?rbd*
Thisilliistratefl what wo h ivooit.n 8-111'"1 ^.t
there is aviill there is a way. and ****_9*Jghf
11. ..-1- ?..?l,in? 4,. i,rn\(iut iiv flruQBI ,n_. ..,<__*?
-athtagto pfeveal B?y "a^Rtfa**
braachof haman leandaf tfltat pt
mn auy loan.':
Uml ul hwr h4--? *?"?'' Mt u?***