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ITtlDAY, MAY 10. 1872.
Tbt- British KoyiU Literary Fund gave a banquet yes
tt-rclay. A medical practltioner ou a Tblladi lpl.la dl
plorau aaa baaa conrleted lu Lflnidon. ? 8eriou>Ji>i.po
sitlon to tbo WashltiRton Treaty bi.s Iflecii (levelt>)? tl )i.
(be Canadian Purliauieut. hm laaaifMl Iniits tlirt-at
uu liilbao, lu Spulu.
In the V. B. Senato. yrsterday, Ihe Amnrstr MB was
dofeated. =? In Uie Unu.*e, >omt _we_\tmt was uiude
witb tbe Tariff UilL
T_e Tennf-SBM*- I>emocratlc Ptate Conrrntlon bas ln
doraed tl.e NaUonal R< lonn tx-ket, aml mli i.-t * tbe D< iu
ocratic Kutional Convention not to make noininations.
_=_= The Governor vetoi-d the State Ai>i>ortlounient
1)111, but tlie. bill waa passed over tbe veto by both
Ilouacs. Tbe Vauderbilt Uinb-rr-.n.nd IUilway bill bns
passed tiotb Honscs. =__ Tl.o Delaware Kiv.r tlsbfry
fltrotihle coiitimii-s, and Uo). 1'arki-r has lssui-d a proclu
u.at ion on tbe suliject.
Rlval Wi-n.ati tafllaga Conventlons were held nt Apollo
Dall and Bteiuway Hall. -?- Tlie Amerl.HU CXiugre
^iitional Vnlon waa addronafl-d t>y T. I>c Wltt Tainiage
aud otbera. =-_= Prol. Jobn Fii-ke ot Uarvard Unl
weralty leetund ou " Darwinlsui." *=-???? Two cotlon
waii-liiiu*'-s were burned in Rotitb andWtst-sts. ?=^i
tiold, 114J, IUJ, 114. Thermoineter, 7S?, 87?, 70?.
Tlie most starlling *?tt* of news the tt lo
gtmye. biiugk tbia inoiiiinp is tliat Senator
Morton is suspectcd of infi.ltlity to Gen.
Gzant If be is faithbss. wbo ean betrus-Ud.
A veto by tbe Cov.-nior was ineffictual to
rhi-ik tlu* progreai of tbe ridknlou Appor
tiouiiient bill; both brnnebes of tbe Ix'psln
hire bave passed the bill re turned by thfl
I.n.. rnor, and bo we slmll Uvrt to tmttit thin
Rjing bUi-tftfl withont remctly.
If Jii<lp- M<'('iiiiii luw hflflB puilty of aets
wortby ol r?-niovid, w<- trnst bis case, like tlie
r.'.st, niay take tbe n ;*iilur course of impeadi
ment and tii;:!. Wfl eoafcfli to a f-tn.np dis
[ikc ?>t thfl tytUn of reniovinp Jodfflfl by
I ml ii kal rotflS. Why not urivt- McCunn like
lit-.iti.K'iit with liarniii-fll i
ThOflfl who liave been cxyius to
bow iii--.fli.--i.iTi between Carl Scburz
und tl.** Missonri Uhflwria, wbo biivo
been bifl lirn u-t friend.-, will bnd
i,o .-moiiia^.-iiit-nt iu tlie ?^racc-fiil qwecfa
whenwith li. v. (Jratz Hrown 8iKiializ.-n bis
reiuru to his coiistitutnt*..
T)i<- lauie <>f tln* fr-.uulul.nt Philatb-lphia
iiifl-dical <li|)lonias (as w. 11 a.s tbe diploina-*) han
i-eacbed London, where OM ol tlie iinpostors han
been arrestid, tned, convicted, and senteneed.
The Jti-lice, in (Mflsing sentenco, waa pleaw^d to
say that bfl bad Ix-en gntiflfld to learn that
the Amerieans were ali.'ady i-npaped in meus
ure.8 to suppiesK tbe bdgW diploma biiMiiess.
It is a pity that soine of the oflenders eannot
lst) dealt with a.s Ktuiiiiiarily as the couvkted
yuack iu London.
Amnesty has be?*n reje.ti.l a^ain in tho
Benate ny usinf? tbe fnmiliar triek of nddling
the bill with an unpopular amenduK nt. Over
and over a^aiu has this faice btcn rep-aie.l,
Just as though it were new and not nn.lerstood
by the eountry. Mr. Bummr's Siippleiii.ntaiy
Civil Rights bill has not n majority in its
favor in tbe Senate; but Amnesty would bave
a majority ou a square vot4". So ita euemies
load Animsty with Mr. Sumiicr'u bill, and
thea kill Amnesty lieeause it has the Sumner
amendjnent attaebed to it. And tbat was done
y-eaterday for an nncounted time.
Political rivalry has bloomed out into a
moat astoniahing conspira.y, as is alleged, in
the State of Nevada, where one caudidnte foi
ihe U. S. Senate accusea the other ot being
jmvy to a plot to burn up a miue of whieh
he was Superintendeut. To this charge tlie
accuaed responds by alle-ging tbat tbt evi?
denee wbicb was to have been brought against
him was 8uborn?'d, the propost-d pcrjurer
having been promiae<l $50,000 by the would-be
8enator. The rejiort favors the aecused Super
iijtendent, who has, by the confession of the
witneas, got " the first awear," aa the Ne*
vadans aay, againat hia rival. The story, con?
neeted as it ia with the United States Senate,
haa a llavor of Kansas as well as of Nevada.
The sudden rcappearance and disappearance
agaiu of the man Southwkk complicate the
Jusiiiaiice case at Albany, but are openly
charged by Supeiiiiten.l.iit Miller'-a friends aa
a trick. Senator Lord, on the floor of
the Senate, on Wednesday, denoune?d Ihe
Albany J our nai't assertion that he had lieen
iu voinmunication with Southwkk as a ____**
hood. uud . Iniuft il that. ou the (.ontianv. Mr.
Bnrnea and Mt fricndi. hnd mtt vriih that
pt-rson eonBtantly during hi? brief risit to AI
bany. It is (o bo lioi>t*il that thia whole plof,
if thore is onc, will havo an nirlng bcforo tho
Seuato nrt. iu tlio premisos.
Gov. B. Grati Brown's speoeh, delivcred at
Jefftraon City, Mo., last Tuenday, and re
printed iu Thk Trihune to-day, ia a model of
tiiltiiiH-BN, forcc, and candor. He rclates, with
genuiuo .Western frankness, th? incidenta of
tho Cincinnati Convention, in which ho had a
considcrnble part. Gov. Brown's statemonts
must put forever at rest tho silly story that
he was n party to any " trading" arrangement
in tbe Convention which nominatod him for
Yice-Pretddent of tho United States. Hn
wholo Bpeech cannot be read without an
honest conviction that tho speaker is uot only
a wiso nnd obacrvant statcsinun, but a politi
cian without rcproach.
Cnnadian opposition to tho Treaty of Wash
infrton has taken shape in tho Doniinion Par
liament, wilh tho Hon. Edward Blako as
spokesman. His reviow of tho Govornmont
bill to carry iuU> efl'ect the provisions of the
Treaty indicates an extraordinary seusitive
uess on tho part of the Opposition, if his
words are to be reeeived as indicatliiff any
averaire of opinion. Mr. Blako objocts to tho
Bordid vi.-ifl which tbe Imperial Government
takes of Canadian politics in offering to in
dorse tbe Dominion loan of two nnd a half
millions stcrling on condition tbat tbe Cana?
dian Govi'iiiiiicnt Wflll nccept their part of
tho Treaty. Ho picturod tho Governnient as
eomioff down to the Parliament Honso wilh
money in one hiiml nnd tlio Treaty in tho
otlier. Thia is a pictu.c-._ne view to take of
the questiou. _
Tho late i flort in Ohio to avert eauoiis
dictation in the choice of United States Sena?
tor, nnd to leavc the ehction to the iincon
eealed, nntrnmmeled rosn.t of open ballotiii?
in the Lcgislature, is abont to be renowed in
Conneeticut, nnd with npparently better proa
poetfl of sueccss. The theoretical ?Igwtntl
in Hfl lavor are unaiiswerablc ; tho practi
eal objection of the politicians in that
it does not sufficiently cuforco paity
disoiplinc. Hut these are time* when a .great
many exccllent citizen* are considering whether
there may not be Intter things than party
diseipliue. The perBOiial point to bfl nttained by
onfoicing it in tbis case is the defeat of United
States Senator Eerry, and the choice in Mfl
stead of Gen. Hawlcy?a resnlt wbicb does uot
seem to us of such vital iinportanco as
to overturn tbo exoelleut rtasonings of
Dr. Bncon, Presidcnt Woolsey, and their
associates in favor of the election of United
States Scnators in nu open Leiri-dature latlu-r
than a sceiet caucus. Tho atlitude of the
independent Repiiblicins and tho action of
tho Democntfl niakcs tlicrei-lectiouof Senator
Fciry wt Me__ not iinpiobable.
No possihlo harin, but only good, can come
from the enactment of the bfli known flfl tli.it
relating to the Coiirts of Oftt and Tcrmiiu-r.
It merely secures an iiuparti.il Jndge by pro
vidiiitf that tho Court of Appcal. shall, in
certain CMf. nssign to Courts of Oyer nml
Terminer JndgCA from districts otber than that
in which they are bo directed to preside.
There Ifl no ckanpo made in flf-riflHflg Ittt
otber tban this, and no intttrference wilb the
juries. lt is designcd ipflfl-flUy, to meet tlie
cases of the corrupt Tammany offioials; it bflfl
bMB bitterly fought at every stage by the
repres.-ntatives of tha! old orgauization. And,
after it bad passed the Logidfltare, the Gov
eraor hiut Beeu fit to voto it. Wfl snppo.-u. it
..ill bc pMflfld over that veto, onleflfl tho Tam?
many elemeut in the Logi.-datiire is fltxangei
than tbat of tbe Belorniera. Tbat is the
wbole case. So the publie will look on with
intorost to |?e wlio ifl friendly to Ihe old cor?
rupt King which Democrats and Bepublieaus
bave just broken. The propoaed law h ox
pedient, pcn.-iblc, just, and without constitti
tional objection, bo far as we bave heard.
Without it, it will be very ditlicnlt to punish
our city thieves. Wc hopo that every meni
ber of tho fifiglfllfltnifi who i-ousiileii. liin futur.t
record worth anything, nnd who dosires to
lend a hand in arresting corruptiou ll offlee
and pnnishing b;id ni.-n, will vote for the pn .
Mfl of the Oyer aud Teniiiner bill, the Gov
ernor's objections to the coutrary notwith
The Democracy of TcnnesHce, in Stato Con?
vention assembled, have declared in favor of
the Cincinuati nominatioiiH. This course has
not been unexpected by Demociats nt tbe
.North. who look to see the Tcunessee oxample
spi-(dily followcd by o.her Soutliern States.
It is rcqucsted that all communications in
regard to meetings aud orgauizations of the
Libeial Ilepublicans in tbe various localities
be addressed to Gen. John Coehrane, Chairman
New-York Stato Liberal Bepublican Central
Committee, No. 87 Nassau-st., New-York.
Persous desiriug information in relation to
any matter eonnected wilh the progresn of the
Jiefonn movement are respectfnlly invited to
eall at the aboveuamed plaee, or address as
A DVTY OF 0VI1 MERC11AX18.
Thfl peiidiuK bills re/_,nlating Quarantine flnd
restiicting tho Harbor-Masters of this port
will coinplete, when passed by the Legislaturo,
ns wa tnist they will be soon, one of tiie most
important of the many reforms lately agitated
iu tbis comniuuity. A year f*_gO our mercbauts
wtro the prey of harlior pirates in every
form. The General Order system, originated
by thc necesnitie* of the flteanwbip serviee,
and coiiducted by them, at their own cxpense,
for tifteen yearo, without abuse *or general
complaint, had been corropted to the cost of
mer.-bnnts, in actual money as well as loss of
trade, for the beueflt of two iwlventurers hav
ing no capital othcr than tho favor of tho Ad
ii ii n. a-t i.t tion and tbo indorsement of the Pres?
idcnt. Tho ( ii-tuiii-liiiii-i', in ita m-vii.i! de
piiitni.ulr-, inllii tnl bK ln. . npon coiiitin hc, in
tbo form of luspectors and Appraisers and
Spocial Agents and Detectives, uutil iUi sys?
tem of commorcial espionage had degoncr?tcd
into one of blackmail, by wluch hoiii).t
merchants enfTered nud umugiflerfl Avero
encournK<Mi. Tho restrictions of Quarantine,
instituted to Bocuro the publie health,
were relaied for tbo benelit of fluiiiKKk-rs who
chose to pay, and tbe opportunily to inllii t
extortionatc rates upon merchants in regular
and honest traffic wus aold by tho QuaranUne
offlcer at a ycurly rental of $40,000. Tbe
privileKOB of tho publie wharves which theiw
n.f rcl, ii ii ta, iiiul built to encourage trado wero
-m_h-__f.ii_.1j Bold lo tlie hiKhest bidder, until
at leuirth the opi)roa.sors becarne so noweifnl
and dictatorlal that the wealthleat ihlppen
had to submit to thoir deraanda.
All thia has been corrocted, or is happily
on the eve of correotion. Exposure in The
TmnuKK of the scandalous frauda of the Gen
eral Order systcm as conducted by Leet and
Stocking resulted in the fliing of proper
charges, cqual distribntion of the busineiw
amoug tho varioua ware.houscs, and tho roturn
to tho several Bteamsbip companioa of their
fiharo of tho business, which formerly had
boon inoxpensive to tho merchants. The rev
elalion of the undisputed fact that Dr. Car
nochnn, as tho Tammnny Health Officor, had
accopted a bribo of $40,000 to pennit a pirati
cal flrm of lightcnncn to monopolize tho
towing of tho port at rates thrco times
the legal charpes, quickly put an end to
the nbtises wbich had driven valuable trades
to other port*. The Congress inveatigation, if
it did uot absolutely correct tho gross outragos
of Custom-houso special agents and tho petty
swindles of the Inspeetors, eertainly caused
these fellows to be lesa bold and shamcless in
their operations. Tho legislativo inquiry into
the misdeeds of tho JIarbor-Masters, though
not yet ended, has already reliovcd merchants
of many of the nnnoyances nnd inflictions
whieh Tn TKinrNE exposed in their interesl.
l'urther relief may bo auticipated if tbe pend
inp bills are passed.
We eall attention to the course of Thk Tkiii
unf. in thflM matters, and tlie relief Wliich fol?
lowed its plain exposure of the guilty oflicials,
for the pnrposo of rcealling to merchants that
they fell into tho hands of theso e.xtortioni.*Us
through their own carelessness and indiffcr
ence. 'fhe merchants of New-York have many
orgnnizations, but littlo union; and while they
have also great indlvidual enterprise, they havo
too little public spirit; or pcrhaps we ought
to say they have loo little in common, and
tho general prosperity langnishes while per
sonal wcalth nc.uniulates. Thoy *"*vo various
associations, such as tho Chamber of Com
merce, the Merchants' Cotton, Drup, and
other Exchimges, and Ship and Vessel
owncrs1 assoeiations; but do the mcmln-rs of
theso not reoognize, as wo have for a long
finn' past, that at times they nro negloc.tful ol
th.-ir rixhts and sufler infringenients upon in
dividual merchants and shippcrs, beeausc not
active as an oiganizationt Several of thfl
Chanibers are partieularly urgent just now in
fiii'licring reform ; but is thero not great fcar
that they will rclax their vigilatioe as soon as
present danger ifl past, or relief from present.
iiitli.tions is KOiiired! The surost means of
protection every merchant will find in
the coinmercial association leprc.sonting
his particular trade, nnd vo know
no better a.lvico to ofl'er each tlian to urgo
Un lo aiiginent the powcr and incroa.e tlio
aciivity of the Chamber an.l Exeli'angc to
wliich he belong", or ought tobclong. Organ
izations of this kind can oppose and deuoiuice
iil.tir.. s upon coiiinifl-ree and shipping not only
with greater force but greater safcty than iu
dividuals can; nn.l now that through tho
eiVfl.itr* ot newspflpCCT and public opinion they
have been aronse.l to indignant expression a
large uieasiue. of reform has been secure.l.
Wo look to tho coinmercial associaiions to
niaiiitain the liberti.s of tho merchants ..-?
ai_..inst tho cncroaehmont.i of Ciistoni-hoiiio
ln pector.i, Quarantine oilicors, and all other
fonus of harbor pir.itcs.
EETVBUCA2, DloCU'LISE IS VEAXi E.
Month after month pttflflfl on, without hring
ing the fuUillinent of the predictions of those
reartionary prnphets who foresaw the speody
end of tho I.epublie in Franeo nn.l tho re
establishment of one of the monarchies which
havo mioce.xsively mado use of that eountry.
The Government wliich canic into existonoo on
tbfl 41b of iSeptember, 1870, springing full
l)orn from the curb--*toncs of I'nris, bas n.ver
been so strong as to-day. It is truo that in
the Chamber there is a majority of men of
tho tn.litional partios, eleeted in the darkest
hour of thfl nntion's agony, to make peaco an.l
get tho Priissians out of tho countiy. There
WM no talk of pelitics in those days of
terror and d.-spair. Tho peoplo went to ttfl
polln and voted for their frionds and neighbors
who had sufliciout b-isuro und we.ilth
and po-dtion to onablo them to gain
Ihe attention of their fellow-citizen.
Tho result wns a very unusual proportion of
men of rank an.l wealth on tlio benches of
Ihe Assembly. It was a I'miiaiju-iit not
wholly DOlifcfl that of Louis Philippe, which
was ele.cted under n high property qunlifica
tion, and which seemed almost like a salon of
goo.1 society. Hut the assemblies of tho Mon
archy of July, dooious and rcputuble as their
ineinbers were, taken singly, were destitute of
that onergetic init iat ive and effieiency which
characteri7.es legishitive bodies sent up by tho
?MMfl- of the pi'ople. The present AKsembly,
although the pro.luet of uuiversal sufl'nige,
has something of the samo charaeter. For in
tho eleetion whieh producod them tho excop
tional circunistances of the case deprive4
uuiversal suHrugo of its true eharac
teristics nnd its proper authority. Thenco
arose that speetaele of "six dukcs setting all
" in a ?OW** whieh occusioned such ludicrouscon
sternation among the Itadicals of Parls. Ever
since tho Assombly be.gau its sessions the
Kight has sat in Bolid phalanx, nlways ready
to applaud any refer.'iico to the cause of
order and the necoasity of promply reostab
lishing tho throno, or to sneer or howl as the
caso may l>e at any word which might be
utterc.l in favor of Iho cause of liberty orany
other abstraet and annoying subject.
The world has been so long in the habit of
tiiking its iuipreasions of France from hostilo
aources, and of Freneh ltepublicanism es
pecially from the accounts givon by the ill
informed and unfair writers of Englnnd, that
it is slow to learn that it is tho Ilepublicana
of France to-day, Jut__. as it was in IM, who
form the party of law and order. Whilo the
aiiherents of Donnparto are I?h>tting t_n_\
scheming to lay their hands upon feoimi _vor
tion of tho army, through which they htfd to
arisussinate tho comm'onwealth again; while
the LfKltimists are striving to briug in the
bigot king whoao every breath is of op
position to the now time-honorod democratio
coiihtitution of tho State and of society;
whilo the Orleanist* nro secretly working to
captnre the Oovernment by money and by
rusc, it is tho Kepiiblicnns, moro than any
other party, wh.) staud by the established
order of things with steadfast honor and
loyalty. Among all his old frienda of the
bourgeoisie, of the fuuboiirg, nnd of tho
ininistry, there aro uono upon whom M.
Thi.rs can so thoroughly rely in omergencles
as npon those radicals who are daily painted
by the reactionists in colors as dark as fcar
and hate oan make them.
They are not only loyal, but diacreet as well.
They -aeem to be tho only soction of the Cham?
ber who have learnod anything by the experi*
?-nc.es of the laat year or two. A notablo in
sUtuce vt Uu* waa aoea ia the pruceediug'i
which hare Just reacbe.. n? by mail of the day
on which M. 1) uvid bronght in his Interpella
tion in regard to tbe conduct of tho two au
dacious Mayors of Angere and of Havrc, who
have been so lost to all sense of propriety as
to aasist at banquets givcn to M. Gambetta in
those two citics, and to liston, without appa
rent horror or rcclamations, to the specch of
thin Gascon ogre, in whjch he exprcssed the
opinion that tbo Assembly had prctty well
outlived its usefulness. Tho Government
answcrod M. Duval, ccnauring those
wretched functionaries severcly for this
outrageous conduct, and tho incident elosed?
to tho astonishmont and surprise of the large
atidionco who had como out from Paris to see
tho Republicans worried, antl to bear M. Gam?
bctta, the first living orator of France, mako
one of his flcry specches in reply. But during
tho wholo of this debate. in which every
disobliging allusion to bim was reeeived
with provoking checrs from the dukefl
and marquiscs on tho Right, M. Gam?
bctta uat muto as Memnon among the
jackals of tho desert, and not a deputy
among his frionds uttcrcd a word or a cry in
reply to the challenging insults of tbe ma?
jority. It was a moral victory, better than I
galn of many deputies at the poll... Tho
chargo which has alvvays been mado against tho
Kadicals, and oflen with tmth, has been their
unduo sensitiveness under criticism, which
renderod them liablo to bo driven iuto disas
trous follics by a littlo well-directed provoea
tion. It bas been continnally asaertcd that
thoy aro not amenablo to discipline. It is said
that M. Guizot advised Emilo Ollivier, whon
that well-meaning gentleman was assuming
tho task of govoniing France, to seek his siip?
port alwnys in the Center, for there tho
crowds followed their leadf rn, rather than in
tho extrcmes, for then the leaders followed
the crowd. If the outcrmoat Left of tho
Freneh Clnimber begina to show Itfldl capablo
of strict parliamenf 1117 drill, it in perhaps an
oiuen that tho time is not fardiiant wheu it
may bo itself the center of a coiiKtitutionnl
BCIRNCE FROM TnE ROBTRUM.
Althoiiirh the lecture ayatcm has ittalned its
most extendod growth iu America, thc art of
pn-senting tho tiuths of scienco to popuiar
andiences has hithorto been most snoccssfiilly
practiccd in England. Our bcientists are men
of equal acqtiirements and jwrspicacily with
tlieir brctbren abroad, aud nhare with thaui
iu full proportion thc honors of recent discov
ery ; but those, amonu' them best fitted by ab
Holiite knowledge for the t.isk of toaching
othi is, havo for the mont part so iiuinersed
tli.-nisclves in the intrieucies of their special
ratiulies that they tttt in Oxbibiting to the pub?
lie the great nnd.-rlying facta of nature, free
froin te.linii-alitie-, in au attractive form.
It is, therefore, with pcciiliar sausfactioii tliat
wo bail tho raecCflfl of the cour-.e of leo
turcs of Prof. John Fiske at Cooper Institute.
In tho discusaion of tho Ncbulnr Hypothesis
wliich wo placed before our lcaihra last
Wednesday, there ifl much that i.s quitc recent
in diacoveiy. Since the tirst aniiouneemcnt of
this hypothesis and its caicfully calculated
mnthematical basis at thc hands of Lnplace, it
bas held various positions in popuiar iippre
ciiUion. lt was tho fasbion with Luglish phi
loflophen for a while to scout it as a pohtilont
Pn n. h heresy. The Horsehols by their study
of tho nebnlfo at lirat added a elass of facts
which UniC-HCH. the faith and uumbors of
those wbo aecepted tlie theory ; but thfl gradual
r. solution of many of tho largo nebulic into
li p.nati, stara nnd tho staten.cnt widely circu
lated that, with telescopic power enough, all
iicbuhn would bc found resolvable, were hailed
-.vith shouts of triumph by thoso who bolicvcd
tliat the Creator made earth and stars eaeh by
I ttptntt and immediato iniraclc. But tho
revelations of tbe HIUUUWCOpB and the r.-ht
tions of hoat to motion have, within a very
few years, very considcrably onlargod our
knowledge of all tho heavenly bodies, aad
fiirnishcd a uow class of nrgiimenta to siipport
tho r.ebular hypothesis wliich reuder it well
Altbongh they nro not directly dependent
upon eaeh other, tho Darwinian theory of tho
evolution of life is generally rogarded ns cor
related to that which accounts for the forma?
tion of worlds, and appropriately follows it in
lhe lecture wliich wo publish to-day. Prof.
Fiako scems to havo carefully avoided the
l-eateu path of tho naturalists who havo lcc
tured on this subject, and gives us but littlo
of tbo aiiatomical jargon and analysis of skele
tons which havo been so often dinncd into
dull ears. Ho merely adduces four distinct
lincs of argument, and illustratcs their charac?
tcr and foroe by a parallel in philology; suc
ceoding in making thus a strong yet simple
jircaeutation of tho theory. Every effoit by
which snbjccta of this kind are fairly brougbt
within popuiar comprehension has a doublo
advantngc; it adds to tbo intcrcst which is
necessary on the part of the publie to support
nnd stimulato scientific researches; and it
nngments tho certainty of tho hypotheses de
duced from such researches, by subjecting
them to the most crucial of tcsts?that of in
telligent publie opinion.
Now-Enf-land clerj-ymen are com pnxing acconnt-of
a wcek'a labor, both of tho eort thoy are willing to
emmider liflht and hoavy work. One paator, among
tlio dutins of an eaay week, carefully enunicratee
\ ia.its to his mother, and the hourspassed in reading
to lus wife, alao the eveninga he took tea out, snd a
ri.in-.-i t he enjoyed. Is the inferonce from this that
other men ougbt to look on reading to their wives
nnd vinitiiig thoir mothera ? poaeibly alao their
mothers-in-law?aa a sacrod obUgation. or that
clergymen tiud theao rather crosses to be borne than
pleasures to be indulged in f Tbis by the way.
Auiong the more arduona taaka were writing
raiviii I. tt.-r- in one day, and attending a mtniater's
iiiittiii). of two hi.ur... Duty of a heavier sort por
formed hy " the incumbent of a ainall country par
ihIi in New-llfluipehire" may bn sumiued up in four
lettera w 1 it ten in one week, the firat in Oorraan to a
llerliu profeaaor aaking for the loan of a Hebrew
gramiuar, twelve .ull- made 1no.1t I y in the eveuing,
ono iuii?I yritten, five weekly papers read. beaide
diverHreiidingainOeiinnufor "myarticlo on Gali
Ufl. on which I have been at WOrk inqre or losa for a
y.-ar," and a half lionr of writing "Hebrew on my
black board," with Father Laoordaire in Freneh, and
an aftemoon iu Syria.. The philological deiuamU
of country pnriahea in Ncw-Ilainpahire aro exten
dive. Uut the qucstion .um in reading 1I.1-.*
diaiiea: Ia it manly to parade Ihfl ininiatiy aa an
exiiinpli* of labor t Couipiiri -d with tlio daily work
of anv thri.ing niorclumt who rccci.ca and auawers
? Ifl M lettera a day on an VttttRt the yeur through,
and whod.M*?uot couut iiowapupor reading on part
of hia lahora uxaetly, the record doea not aeem very
beavy. M.-at editor- M daily journah. wrlte every
!_?_ ln.un. uu iiiiich matter nn would amount toa
w?\ckly d.-conrse. aud that ahowlng au much wcar
of hraiua M many of the aoriuona the publie li-i.-ii i<>
every Hiuiday. l'erha,-. the preparatioit of atatiiftic*,
oroollectionof facts for a "leading oditoruil" is kt
real hard work aa making "notea 011 tho word
hrrrl tranalated 'vaulty.'" Indeed. l(M(klng at tl.e
eanie-tneaa and effort which busiiionii uieu put Intn
tbelr ooocfrna. and ??)-? amiotir thcy eudine. <?i_i
nary clerical routine, by the ahowing of thoae who
follow it, ia a mere trifle. Tha ery of ministerial
overwork riacs from tbe bodily and apirit.ial ffieblo
nesaindncod bva aanctlfled ne.gle* t of every rule
that ia necessary to health, togather -with the en
forr<>*l adopt inti of an nnnatnral tone of feebng?tl.at
gravity whioh is still eonsidered the chief Christian
virtue by many good people.
The Ameriean Medical Asaociation, jnst in scssion
in Philadelphia, boing naturally troul.lod by tba
auccoaaful impudence of ignorant qunckery, referred
themattortoa Committeo on Medical Edueation,
which, .after duly and carefully considering the aub
ject, reported that cheap medical collegea should he
auppreased by the tagislature. The ohjection to a
medical collcge. aa we look at the matter, ahould not
bo tbat it is cheap, but tliat it ia incompetent to
teach. It haa happoncd at Icast as often as onee, that
the lectnre fees have been quite high enough, and
the locturcs good for little or nothing. Uut the great,
and we may aay tho astonishing remedy for
quackory proposed by the Committee. waa " the
adoption of a badgo or medal, to be given vo all phy
sicians in tho eountry who are deemul eligibh' f"r
memberahip m the American M.dieal Association."
Rcally, we do not sca what good the medal would
do. A chil.l haa a lit. The distraeti-d father nina
for a doetor. He aeea a sign, " Dr. John Jones," and
ringa tlie door belL " Haa your maater a me?lal l"
would, under such circumstancea, be rathor an em
hamisaing nnd not a vory profitable question to the
aeirant who opened tho door. Bcaides, within a
year, every charlatan in tho oonntry would have "a
medal." Meta), precious or Utjtg, would prove no
.-tiif'-r than ahefl-p-skin has.
The troplcal weather whieh hai tt*****_t fle
scended upon ns rednubl.-s tho demand for Ihe v;.ri
ons cooliug miiieral waters which aro ao largely
manufactured and cousumed in this thiraty city.
Chief among the dealors in these refieshing ttmmW V
beverages are 8chultz & Warkerof East Fourteenth
st., oppoaito Irving-place. Long exj>ericnce and uit
ri vulo.l eheiuieal ekill have enabled theso w-ell-known
manufacturcrsto reproduce all the famous niiucral
waters of Europe witb remaikable auccess. The
Central Tttt Springs establl.hed by this public
spirited tinn at large oxpfl-nno haa alroa<ly l>ccome a
favorite resort of invalids and a trusted relianco of
our lcading phyHiciana in the treatment of nu
nierous discasoe. In tnith, too much credit eaa
searcely bo nscribed to S< -hiiltz & \V ark.-r for tbo
purity aud oxcelleuce of their waters, a ge.nerons
?applj of which is among tho chief of Suinnu-r
Tlie Bir-ihiflj) of Kxeter continnos to manifect fla
eiithiwiastic desire ft.rthi* n-foimation of tho En
gli-.li (.hunh. A fortnight sinco ho made a epeech
at Launcenton against the sale of advowsons, which
he Siiid were " mo.st shooking to the roligioua senti
ment not only of Chuiehnien, bnt of Nonconfonn
ists." Such sales, he said. "Iowered tho pntron.-T
idea of their owu rosponsibility." The Iiisl.op would
oonipel thepatron, if ho .gold at nll, to scll to tho
Kreli-siastnai Coinmisaioners, who ahould exexi_e
thfl patronage on thfl advice fll a Committee of the
1'atrons in each Anihdi-aeonry, hi.lf of whom woul.l
bo eleeted bv tho tlcrcv tmi the othera bv tho
church-wardens. Bnt TM Spectator thinks that tbi.
pls-n WOflld onlv result in a law pern.itting tbo
paiishionera to elect their own clcr?yi..;.n.
Tho first man who earrie.l U umbrellii iu England
w;w Jonas Ilanway, tho coteinpornry of Dr. John
soii. Hanway hat?d tea quite as strongly as tl.o
Doetor likodit; aud the latter diss'-etcd. la one of
the reviews, a pauiphlet against tho herb pcintfld
by Ilanway. ^Yo are reminded of tho uau.e and
its bear.-r by fltafriaf thut in the Water Olor
Kxhibition in *MWm*M. this year, is a picture by Mr.
J. C. Liiibm, of " Jonas Ilanway nnd his I'liibrelli?
the lirst umbrell.. in England." Ihe Eiamintr prais. s
" the gen uiu.) buiiior iu the slurdy innovator. who
march.-s al'-ng with the htrong shaft ei his umbiellii
t hrown ovt-r his ahoulder and tirmly clutehed in bfllb
han.h, luokingdefianceat tke naa aud stm-t boy
wlioareblaiii.gafti r him."
The reader, we tbmk. will nofcobjoct to BflWfl from
Ct;.h which has nothing todo with lirigham Young
andhiswivcs and hi.s iiidiotuif-iits. It is refreshiiig
to know that the Salt Lakers are asbusy and indus
trioua und eeonomical aa ever; that a great brick
niantifaotory has lieen set up; that the Salt l.ako
CiiyUs-s Company has eoiupletcd its organization
and will bo able toeupplygns at $4 per thousand;
that Iho news from the silver minea is said to be en
couraginp; tliat Ilrigham Young is pn-aching ratber
mildly in tho Tabcrnacle, blowing up principally the
brcthren; that there is a great deal of building goinir
on in Salt Lake City. .lf the Monuons will but givo
up their polygamy and behavo liko good American
titizeiis, what a uoble future is before them!
Some time ago a Count Schwabe eetablished a O3I
lory of Eullen Horoea iu lloston. Tho families or
fri.-nds of the hflflflflfl paid for tho portraits, and
Count Sohwabe hung them up. liut tha Count,
either through the onterprise or outside of it, got
into debt, and mortgaged the pictures, which at
last wero taken possession of by the mortgage?.
But now, as we are not sorry to learu, the Snperior
Court haa decided that the Count had no legal right
to mortgage the pictures, whioh were held by him in
trr.at for certain usea. Where the pictures are, and
what will bo done with them, or whether the col
lection will over be gathered toget her again, ia much
moro thau we know or can conjecture.
Aa an ineident of the preaent Sabbatarian disens
sion. it may bo mentioued that tho aulhoritiea of
Yalo College have dotermiued to bberate the atu
denta from attendance on the chapel serviccs
on Sunday aftornoons. Morning prayer and
tho usual forenoon servico are etill obliga
tory, but the Sunday P. M. service is optional
with all atteuflianta; all the congregation being
seated promiscuously. Anothor cbange which haa
been anggestod ls tho snbstitution, for tho morning
prayere on Sunday. of a short ovening service, co.ni
binod with Bible class instructiou iu aacred history.
The merajiera of the Academy of Desi.ru ha<l a har
moniouB busineea meeting on Wedneaday evening.
The annual eleetion of ofheera waa held, and the
vt-nerablo President was 1. .:lected to the place he
haa filled with auch dignity and credit during the
paat year. Mr. l.aunt Thompeon waa choaen Vire
Presidcnt ?a well-meritod tokon of the uppiv. iat ion
in which ho ia held aa a true and irreproachable
at t ist, who kneads ideas into hia marble, and makna
ov .ry year more laborious than the last. The elec?
tions of aecretary, tr<<asurcr. and committeea w.-re
mado with the usual diBcretiou, and receivod with
This waiting for remitlaneea?evorybody knows
how dreadful it is, even when the remittances come
at last. Hut the thing becomes intenailicd and per
fectly aublime w hen the expectant is a milliouaire
in bis own eountry; and, if he could only get homo,
would hate money without atiut. The othor day,
in Loudou, an enoffiously rlch E-ast jbi.li.an Wua
foreed to acccpt eheltor?temporary, of courso?in
t!i<> II,an.both l'.Kirhouse. He, too, was waiting for
a leiiiittiiiici-, and it isone of the moat mouruful
cas?"S of tho kind whieh ever eame to our knowledge.
If he w.a* ao rirb, WhOfl w.-re all the nionoy-lendemf
Some montha ago, when the bi.nk of Jobn Sime A
Co. in San l-'rantiflflfl iailod, its liabilitios wero sinli-.l
at |mn*_Um, and its iihsi-ts at |OO.tXiO in gold, and a
iiuaiilily of niiningshi.res snpposed to be good for
11 ithi.tK. The rec.-ut vMuult-rl'iil rise iu mining attM-k
will etiiilflli* the bi.nk to pay d.dlar for ili.U.ir and
leave a handaomo fortuue for Mr. Sime's widow.
We hti|'iM)s?? frotn thia statoment that the bank must
havo aold Iho fhai-ea duhug the ruliugof tho late
high, np. iiiil.itivo pricca, and before the recent
Cholera and apotteil fevor nro two of the Suuuner
amuaoinents wiih the enjoymeiit of whioh New
York ia Ibrealened. Aud ull heoauao ouo uniu. ?
atreet cleaner I.y title. not VOC&UOD, ia too ini'a_)ible
(ur woiso) tv do hm duly t
TUE KEFORM OAKVASS.
mnHH r.FMOCRACY txmoBBtKtMttMt
DKMOOBATIO NOMINationh MHio DVWltt Altm
(BT TPA.Y.IIKAV1I Tfi lliy, TUIHI XI |
mUtmrUAM, May 0.?Following is tl,,. l.fn. of ?
H.-r ii:i of reeolul i.ni.. adoptt--! l.y tlim Dc__.Of-r.itic . .ita
ConTontion here : " Inaxninr h aa the ConTenti.*. .4
lailmru] Re publie ana held at Cincinnati I.aa pn sentt-d
to the country the names of Jiorare Ont 1. f artd JJ,
Gratz Hrown, aa candidatea for fre-tidf nt nud Vum
I'resident, pleriged to maintain and ttkhmt the
doctrine- al.o.e ent;n< iatcd, and hflflfafl invited tho
cooiieration of all patriotic eitij-en-i iti th. ir i-.nppo.f,
wo deem it bnt the part of patriotit. CvAy ta
deelarn that, in the flflflflflfll well niifh np,m
u.4, said MtkktMk kmtkftt the aujajort of
avery patriot in the land. aa again-f a ticJ:e( tkftx
eenting thc prnciples, poliey, and pra-.ti.ea of tha
priftcnt Foderal Admiuintnition; and wl.ile nafli.ia
ing onr pnrpoty. and de..jr<; tt pfflflflTTt the inte-^ty
0/ tlu Dccio. ratic party, we m-.. rthdflfll im hr* i__
our behalf, and in behalf of tho people we rapn Wgf\
that witb the JiKhts befa.re un, the preaent.it ion tt
eaiiilidafea for Ibfl I'residency .uid Vice-Pra-aidtiicj
in the approaching c.-iteat by the I>.*tnocratic pa.lj
of the nation woulil bu unwi-t*, PflUD-HflMJ, ai.d tt
eeeditiKly djiigeroiie to tlie WtmttWt <>f the people al
Tbr. resolution fl*M adopted by a vote of 'il te Iit,
ainid tbe greatent enthtiaia-m.
lOFirBR.IIa I'RFS.i '***.P.'Tni I
N'tsHvii.tF.. T.-nn., May'#.?Tbfl DflflMCMflfl. -"tata
Convention aasembled at the Capital to-da.., ,.t ik>^
Delegatflfl won D-flflflot irom trmtj tmttf M tu
Ktate. L. J. I_*?) of Ilay wo.f.1 County -WM eho-es
I'reaident. J..hn C. J.rown ?m noniiitt' d kf m i_
mation aa ct.ndiil.it** for re.l.<tion as <?.??.? u.-jr
Reaolutions were adopti?>! a? tolloWl:
iirit: IndorM..)-.IM Adiiiini-'raMo-i ef G_T, fll
Hecotid: rruvitliugtor ahlat. Bsflrntlvt ? tmt I
Tfiii'l: H' r,igu)7.iup DM (iitt-it )I I'lfllil- of tkt I
eratlc falth thc prtttrrall n of Un .l B it. Rere iiti.*nu
awtiuat f'edeial eueroae hnienf an.l ?Ju- < ?-t,'r..;i-_.
tion of power; the e'jua'i-y of all n..?
Ix'fore the law, nnd tl.e ?___?] pflftfcfBBtttfl ot
Sllettteattfl the rfghta and h.i.. tiii ot p.un m ? iA:
lhe .ulfordlnation of ujilif.iry to tttt nuttioruv; ri_?
invloluhllity ofthe npM of hflfctatfltfl*fltj lhflpflf__t__fr
tion of the corrupt. Civil Se.rvi( e tf th. ?,..t, min. tt. mfl
U.t- Ia.tl.f ul eouii>lial.ce witli itt thilgfltltflfli tl..- ,
vatlon of tho liatiotiul hol'or at li'-li.e* aiid abrorid, _>l_d
the uni.>:i of thc St-ite* wilb .'.II (MISalSflS of Ifl* Cagk
stitution rt-ftp. et.-.l. To carry ouf tll?*?M? prln.-lpl. - '??
are ready to coiijierate With fll. gflfli lllll? Ifll-S
yriidiug I'rettdiulinl eouu-t utrt]n'i-Uxr 0' j...r
t'mtrtft: Tiecl.tring that li.a-imirLi M tht Couvti.
I.ilaeral BtmttMMn hun j it-,. .,-.. tl fo ti.e mttttty li.
ttmi of Ilorace Oreeley nud I! <;r..fz Brown a. taadi.
datat for FtmAitM and Vfct rrt-fldttfl, pMfttl '??
iiiaiiitain und enf.-rce tbt doctrlue* a ? ?
.'.iiiui.rated, and hat.; lavittd Uie ?*?*?*)
of all pntriotic rHf*TT*t 111 UtU ...ipport, we d<-< ? I
i.utpuitofoiiriiiirli.tif dnty to Mttttm, U tM flflfl*)
wv >m ll n irh upou u., ti.nt tht ntifl flfltsnt t
ruppoit of tv'iy patiiot iti thi land o? iicaii
tlu- ttefct. reftflat-tt-fl tht prbiciplia, mmtr,
and pta.tice of the gttmU ffltftflfll Adiuiiii'i:
tiuii, und v 1 .in taWBtmAug our pwyfltflt flufl
alr-irc to pttttflVfl tl.e li.t.yrily of tl.e DMflfll
party, we do flererthtlttl fll elflifl iu mb I ? h.ilf, and, _>?
Wfl Mfl Wflflflttnit-U UB-thtll tf tlie l-f.api' w< 1 ) r. ?
n i.t, ti.at iti o.ir < plnior., with tht \lpl.t brtt ro a-. Mfl
pn .. iituiloii of candidi.ti-fi :or tlic I'resulen.-y ai.i. \i ?
rr.--itl.iu-y by tl.e Deuioi ratlc p iriy ol tht nat:,m PMM
bflflawltt, umi.retmiiv,and < . . . . daa^wflflt H
thc welfare of tlie jw..pl.- if l.i (1
Thefiiiii rttol ntion p-wrl-ltt Itt tiie sppotattflflflI .f Jei
rK'i''- to lhe I?i tuoi-ratle National Oomvetttotk, ttki dfio.
gtttt 'o bt I?llUtltd to carry out tue qplttl ofthe f_t r
The suth re^eli.tion pwflMflt for the Mtottfflfl of twe
s.iiiiti.iiai tloiiiim. Itarlac tii -.;:. rtioi. o.'th.-r.iii .lt
der to the diatrict*).
T..e re-ohitii.t)- gflffl ri*- to .lii..ite, tn which ??'___?
ftelinf wn nianife-ttcd, hut they w-rr. adopted ty a
Ibfl Cuu.enti'.u ia .-tiii 111 ttfltiflfl.
TnK IfOV. JAMKS BROOK. DK) LA_U_1 FOH rHt!
riMiNNATi miWTWTfffln BW VIEWI on nu:
PBOBABLK ACTION OF THE I'l.JIoi IU IXI
NATION.VI. ri-fNVKNTl'.N?TIIKKK-I-OI KTII-f T
tiik PEUMATM BZRCRD To BK IN i'ATO '
OF GRLKLKr atuNU BKOWN?A tt'o.ll) l.i'i.
? (BV TBLEORArit TO TBR TniHINF ]
vv j. .111NGT0N. TMtmatm.ttag *?. iti.
Among tlie Democratic m<.ml>er-. of Congjntt wkt
will siipport the t'lncinnnti FtMaitmMki liflkfll m 'uo
Hon. Jamea Brooks of New-Y.>rk. fa the flflflflfl! flf ?
convereation, hl flf. hfl aaid that. in hia opinion,
Wr. Greeley will receive. in the DtflMflMfl-i Nati. 1 -<l
Convention, tho votea of three-fourtlia ti the Ktti ?
England delegatea, all of th?eo from N.w-Vurk. tl
greater part of thoee from New-Jerraej and IVnnsyl
va.'iiiv, he; 11..1 from Obio aud ludiiuia, tlic ei.tirt
d.-li _r.it ia.u.s from Illiuoia aud M_Ttff h. a part
of thoee frora Wiaconatn, all fn.m Minnei_ot__.
lowa, Nebraska, Oregon. Caiifornia, Kcutmky,
and Tenneesee, and all of the r.maind.r ti tl.e
South, except a portion of thoae _M_ Oflfllglfl Ht
thinka that more than three-fonrtlia tt tht Coiim-ii*
tion will s,o to Baltimore inMiding to intloree tlit
Cincinnati movement, though ho expecti tlis ( MM
to be warmly oppoeeil l.y Mflfl-tfl. from Ofeifl. In
diana, and Georgia, but only bygeutlimeu wb.~fl
vtewa are generally extreme. Ihere may be, ht
thinks, a ruptnre in tbe Convention, but it? iniiu
ence will only sireugtb<*u Hr, Otflfllflf am.aiK Hfl
Gen. Slocum reeeived. yeaterday. a IflMflff finnt
leading Democratic tnemberof the New-Vork Y'gtf
ture. who writea tliat, after can tr.l in.jiiiry ggi ;n
terviewe with a great many of liin political friciidt
at -llbauy, be bad not been ahlt- to tind a siuglt IVib
ocrat wbo waa not iu fa\orof aupportmg tbe Qfflflhf
The lluttt-trille Adcticnte, tbe only l.epubli.-.in newih
paper in Northern Alahnma, flflflflfl the nttniet flf
Groeley aud llrowu ut tbc bcod of iu loluiuna. _-i
twiuga into line witb tbe follow ing lead. 1
Tli.'in- are the name* put forth l.y the L.i*--ra; lla-p.'.Ul
can Convention at Ciucinnati for I'reaident ainl V ..-?
Tresldeut. Tliey are men know 11 to the natinn, and La***
l..'.-n unioiiK the oldest aud Uie al.i.'it ad.oeate* a.f U*
pulillcau prini-iplcH. They are men aatun.t ntrnt
cliumctcr iiothiutf ean be tmthfully naltt They ?"?
patriotn, whof*e heart" and mitui-i tahflflflt the wboH
irnion, nnd who are for, and will .i.f, u.i, tbe e.pu.1 l*t*
aud political rlghta of all clti* u?, of wbatever ra***
eolor, or natioiiulity. Tbey are men for fltflflflfl-fi ?**
inxrt, ojvll rttl-Vkeuertl tui.u. ety. ai.l a fltflttUth ot M
war l_.fa.iea, autf they "IT -ti^n utwu whoin all _?*?*?
dlfferencei and bltter aut-wront-iua can t>e tvMJ
eon.lot.cl. aml a reunlon, as Atneiii ..i..<, _?? fonued S*
belleviiig aud desirtng to *ee ouce more a new cra of I*'
t. I'tia! feeilng, tm ln the dayt. of Mouroe. and MMttt
Imte and mai
laaged ?upport L. - -
wlll orpm all citt*eua of Alabama Ifl uuite lu glflBf ??"?
an overwbelmiug vote uext Novemt*r. Tbe Ytou *? ?
ln, the Conatliution *? lt ba? tx-e.i 1111.de, thc cni..r.-eii*4>?
ot tbe law* aa loug as th.y are law*. and with UtB?"?*
to guldetbedoTernnieut. all wili teel _t-.nr**. b?i*??*?
and tbere wlll be pei_4>e in tbe land."
Senator Tipton haa been back in WtmhMMm mv
erul dava. and ia oue of tbe mwt liop?ful of the>U+
eral Kepublicana. Tbe part* o. Ohio whwh t
n i-it, d fl Hfl aome of tbe .tronghold- ot tbe tttm
Utration. aud there tbe CinciunaU nominat.^
were not vexy warraly reeeived. Io WfltJTjJT
he fouud tn entirely ditterent ftwliug. while leif*"
wMcb be hat reeeived from Kamu*contaiu v?r> M
curaging uewa. The publicition kt Mt g
niruiiiat 8enat4.r Caldwell, tase
j_, aa iu ine uayioi _nourv-r, wna. ^.. ?
illce obllterated. Tk* AdtoemU will fltv-c*
irt to Horaee Oreeley and Oiati Brown. a??
lo ibe LtbtmU movenmui. ^.-.u'" ??"? -?- - --
iu llMMMki-l th- Bfl-**. without delav.tocion*
? h.. QflWlim on Pn tirgm and El-xtwit- ?-"