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Ta? lumiiaK Netf-.ork.
Nim Kilr. *- "ttr 50 Loc-urt. .ud 130 B-grariBgl.
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TERMS or TUE TRIDUNE.
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Ai rflrtifliflf Rates.
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ri ..ii wi r.ai r i ? ni *r,'2b antl 50 ccntn per lina.
V _5ti:i.v TuiiHM . _?-.. 4?.'. and $5 pr.r 1:do,
flfling to jKKKioa Lu the paper.
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Triblnk abnuld be aonl dii-.-t to tlie London Offloe.
ni i.rri'.j tt-ill l>e n.oived at ttie
aaafl ____?, antl M'.;_-lo coj.ieaof tbe paper may alwaya
Im .)'.' .il.'-ri.
Ad'Ju*M IIik New Torb TninfNR,
S4 Fioet-at., B. C, LondoB.
Perant.t lr ?'?'.' for the Bpring and Hummtr
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f?. -ii.*.. or fl 30. i-c/urf.r.?i pot'oge. Tor tl, exelutitt of
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ti. lot Uie ;,.... >.j . r*. Ui Iktily.one month; 8*n\i
. three mon:'** ;' ifeekly, tix montlit.
Inirtng thr eonttrneti-^i nf the front of the nttf THbune
i ?;,. Ihe ln'. tne . > hre may bt found in the ftrtt
i ',"iirr.t. The Trtbune Counttng
I tn- i'r,, : mri iitntered at tl*e tecjrui door
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FOUNDED BY HORACE QREELEY.
WBDNESDAT, AUGUST 20, 1873.
.Tlie ex-I).ika CLail. t of BruiiBWirk ib dead. t=?
A i .iliei rcvulut.oii it .ipproh.ndod at Pauauia.
Chailt'R Piari of MflflflBflfltflfl. N. 11., cotn-Ditted
aui.de - A ti.-tt- lu* tioeti mado with the Crow
taflBBflfl. i b tBflflflfl/flflBIflflBfl flre ln yueOec. ***m
ln.- I'tiiii.-rs' Grauire movetiicnt is boin_r extended to
M .r-5-vchu^'tu. bb a Tho late of the Moiio.. u di?
ctiAaed ;it Bl **m Att>^nipt3 woro m i.l'* at
A.il.urn unil BflflBflfll to eacape frona prlaon. =____? Tlie
I) iva.l C iiiit-Mart. il at Annapoli* ha. ronvened. ?---?-.
Iti- Odd Felluwa are in cimvcutiou at AlOai.y.
'i'.-n i_nl!i')i_a in rurr'i. -v haTe ttoen tran*tfnrrod to Sao
F. -ttic.ero, an.l two MllBaW IflBflflfl -fl tUn city.-r
lyoweDst-.n, the ail'.?,'--.l inur.ii-rt*r of WflBBBBj waa oap
t ui i.inl". - .Tlie I>ep_rtinent of Chantiea
and OflBBflflH-B Bf-wBfl-. its nupplit* Lo he bou^ht iu BfflB
u..: k.'t ----- Thi- BflBltB I>>p:irt_ient reported a mark-d
irv> of woriality. __=_. Sertoua char?:>sa were tnade
annual the HtitrilT of K.ii_r*i County, and an mvo.tura
Uold, 11-|, 115|. 115|. TUer
luoiucU.r. 68 , 76?, 71". ._
We priut to-dav, iu another cohimn, a
lft tor from Prof. T. S. Hunt, whoso o.i-o. rvn
tiotiK atiioiip tlio itiountainotts roRionsof Nortli
CfllB?__ t*M* ***** to conclude that tho poaks
ol tlie Hl-.K- -Bdffl iu that .State are the high
<.*t pointH oaat of tho Missisriippi. The honor
of -iow-1. m; ihire ?ill Im. CDUcerned to learu
tliat ouo af tl.o l.lue Ridgo croata ia moro
than 4'X1 tflfll biS-M I ^uan Mt. Waahiu^tou, of
the White iionBtBIB rango.
Mr. McEuery, who u claimed to have been
tho logally BBBflfltl Governor flf Lotiiniaua, pre
?eutfl once more an alternative to the pBOflfl
of that State.. In a letter, which haa BBBB
called out bj an application for hifl opinion
on aflaira, he tell? the people?what everyhody
already ___ow_-that the State ia fhianciully
baukrupt and temporarily ruiuod by the ex
inting iwlitical chaos. He favora the calling of
a Suto Oonreution for the purpose of aet-uriu?
aid from Congresa; that aid, we mtut Bup
IHue, ii to ororturn the exiating fraudulont
Government We do not like to diaoourage
any efforta to secuie a t>etter or moro popular
Goverumout for Louisiaua; but it must bc
coufeaaed thut the piospoct of gottiuif any
Lelp froui CouKrwaia not very briliiant.
Tlie change which the ComniisB'onorB of
"id Coir.'t-tioiH pr:
? iiii.ich-wsiu? > -
and the Biireeaa of their plan wiU for Bome
time reraain problomatical. The tMMTkaji
the Coiumiasion ooat anuually over ******
and.t affflbO extremely d.fflcult to pUrcha?o
tl.ia amount ln billa not ?25*j?*
vviihm which Biua the law r?.tr.c?a t le buy
ers Ab the purchaae ia to l>e mado iu open
raarke.; it will probably ?>o a popular plan
w th the doalera and possibly oconom.ca for
,? Coi.in.,*oon; bul. the d-lO-ljIai wffl\ha
found tt. bo great. But tbe new Coininiss.on
baa gon, to work bo vigoroimly ?nd bflfl in
troiIu.H'd BO many importoiit roforma, thal .1
S be eonf.den.ly truBtod to make thia also
Aa if to keep nn in mind of tlie mutability
of Goverr.menta in the American Republics of
Spanish propensitiea, we are uiformed that
another revolutiou i? imminent in Panama.
I'rc.M.ldit Ncira was no sooner rostored to
authority after tbo pnrtially suecessfnl rovo
ltuionary movement of a few months ago
than bia supporters began to think of
abandoning him. This dissatisfaction under
tho ordinary state of affaire will contiuue to
incroase, and the President will persevere in
rcgarding hirj position aa perfeetly securo until
Um discharge of fire-arms is heard beneath
his window. A most curions circumstance is
that, throughout. all theae mutations, tbe re
publiean charactcr of the Government is
consistently asaerted by all these rulers, who
Biiccecd in raising themselvea to power Dy
their own proweas, and whose power seems to
depend almost entirely on their capacity to
defeud it against all new comera.
Some of the advocatea of an nltra non
resistance policy with tbe lndians bave Bflflflod
upon the weak point in the Modoo busiueas.
Memorializing the President in bcbalf of the
convieted murderers of Gen. Canby and Com
missioner Thomas, they call attention to the
extraordinary charactor of tbe tribunal wbicb
condemned them. By wbat right, ask those
casuists, were the prisoners tried by mili?
tary 'lawt This is no time of war,
and the civil courta aro open. Theae
points, though not new, are well taken,
and ought to worrv tbe eminent legal author
itics wbo are to have the final disposition of
tbe case. But we take it that tbere will be
no receding from the position alroady as
sumed by the Administration. The Attorney
General has givon an opinion which, while it
gives tho law to tho Military Commission,
gives tbo equitios to tbe advocates of civil
trial. The President may review tbe findings
of the Conrt, but he ia expeeted to stand by
THE COAL MONOPOLY.
We wish to impress it distinctly on tbe
niinds of our readers, tbat tbe monopoly in
antbracite coal is analogous in every respect
to tboso monopolies wbicb existed in England
at tbe beginning of the seventeenth century,
when Queen Elizabeth grantc d patents to the
crcitures of her court for the exelusive
side of leatber, salt, coal, and otber ar
ticles. Tbat politic queen, pcrceiving
tbat ber people were indiguant at tbe
" blood-letting" tbey were eubjected to
at ber hands, cimceled of ber own will tbe
most grievous and oppressive of these
patents. Tlie same regard for tbo public good
wliich influenced tbe conduet of a despotic
sovereigti cannot, we fear, be reasonably ex?
peeted to control tbe action of tbe Pennsyl
000-0 LeKihlature. By Section 26 of Article I.
of the presont Constitution of that State,
power is given to tbe Legislaturc "to alter,
?' revoke, or annul any cbarter of ineorjiora
"tiou bereafter couferred by or under any
"special or general law, wbenever, in
"their opinion, it may bo injurious to
"tbe eitizens of tbe Commonwealth;
" in such inanner, however, tbat no injustice
" shall be done to the con>oratois." The fore
going becanic a part of tbo Pennnylvaiiia
Constitution in J8?57, and tho cbarter of the
Philadelphia and Ileading Coal and Iron Com?
pany is subject to the operation of the pro
vision. The Coal and Iron Company aforc
said has oxpended thirty million dollars in
buying up the coal mines and lands of Scbuyl
kill County, and the Reading Railroad Com?
pany is its only stoekholder. Tbe powcrs
conferred on these corporations are palpably
lieing used, not only to tho iuiury of citizens
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, but to
? hc mauifest detriment of millions of others
of tbe people of tbe Uuited Slates. The pub?
lic good requires that tbe Philadelphia and
Reading Coal and Iron Company be dissolved,
and the business of mining coal in Schuylkill
County again left to private enterprise. Tbo
Reading Railroad, down to the commeiiee
nient of the present year, found no insur
mountable difficulty in making liberal prolits
on its capital from its legitimate transportation
bu-incss. The coal trade was probably about as
bad in tbe three veare 1870, 1871, and 1872
as in any similar period in its history; yet
we are able to say, after a faithful exaniina
tion of the elaborate annual statcments of the
nianagers of this Reading Railroad to il? stock
1*01-0X0, tliat the Company appears unquestion
al>!y tO have earned the thirty per cent iu cash
which it distribiited in divi.leuds duriug those
three yeara. After the wholesalo robbery of
the public in which the Reading Coal and
Iron aud Railroad Companies aro now en
gaged, we know not what pecuniary loss
wonld amount, in tlie sense of the Constitution,
to " inju-.tice" to them. Probably the monopo
list-t in aca coal tlioujrht thry wore unjuatly
treatcd by Queen Bess in having their mo?
nopoly takeu away. It would, ueverthelcss,
be an evil sign for a Pennsylvania court so to
intcrpret tbe word injustice M to perpetuntea
monopoly. It is not injuwtice that a man
should bc eoniT'clled to part with money un
justly obtalned, or to cease froni unjust
We do not rool that it is necea?.ary for ns to
deAlM here tbe size aud ncoiw" of tbe antbracite
coal mouopoly. We bave, however, a few
words to say on tbe subject. The anthrarite
coal production of tbe year 1873 will probably
be between eigbteen and nineteen million tons,
of wliich about fitteen milliou toiiB will bc
nsed by those who cannot possibly provide
tbemselves witb otber ftiel, except at rtiinons
trouble and expense. To talk of breaking down
the conibinitiou by a resort to bituminouscoal
is utter -ullineras, because tbe bituniinoiis coal
U not to be had iu sunicient quantity.
We all remember wbat an outcry was raised
about ciifliti'.'u months ajro when it was at
t.nipted to eatabliri'n a monopoly in petro
leunj. -0- bow ODOodflj tbe pro.H'cttrrs were
f?,r. , il to abai.don tbeir cnt.oprioo. Yet a
nioii..'.<>!>? in pciroleum would bfl no evil of
Pai I. s himlaitadfl than Ihe one we now have
to cojie with. Kichard Colnleii said, iu a
IJUjCCh in e__ Coin l.iws, in ltH4i "Our forc
? ,!?!.'! i Ji :.-4 ayotOBB (oi uionop !'-.
"grani i bj tbo Todoro]; at a time, um.,
i , i, ? ' tka ui"n niiiiiii ii
. ..: .I '
?*o dlviue aanetion and challenged super
"Btitious reverence in the minda of the
" people. And ahall we, tho diseomlantii of
" those men, be found so dcgenernte, so un
? worthy of the blood that flows in our veinfl,
? ho reeieant to tho very name of English
? men, as not to nhal.e off this inctibus, laid
?on as it is by ? body of our fellow-citi
"-ciisr Wo commenil tliesc. womIm to the
Hcriousconsideration of tbo people of Penn
Hylvaniii, to irfcOflfl tbe coal monopoly ib m
tlebtcd for profeclion nnd 8-0-8-800.
Iu ord-r lo iiicasurc Ibfl exl.tlion wliich is
piacticcd on tbe Deople ol Now-Kiighml. Ni-w
York, and New-Jeisiy, and to aott-MlO tbfl
still L-reater extortion wbicb it is P-OpOffld tO
practice, we have coiii|)iired tbe pricis obi.iir.cl
for ooal at tlie Ser.intiii aud ion I -fl* Thut.
in our opinion, is a fair stiudar.l by abiot Bfl
estimate relittve pric-s. lf coal could bfl ob
tuin.'d by tbe wholcsalo dealcrs cbeapei th tn
atthe Scranton salea, they would. of 000-f*-,
purchase elsewbere. ln 1871, it will bfl ItMtM
bond, ili-re aafl ? oool Caaiiao. There araa ?
general and prolricted rinkc of tlm min^rs
in all the anthricite regions, and tbfl produc
tion almost entirely OOOOO- tttm Ibfl bOflB-iog
of ihe year until the Kitli of May, wncn work
was resumed. As a nat ntul iaaoefOOO>00, there
was a biisk demand for tbfl t-flfl of tbe year.
The Reading Riihoad never c.irri d ao ni'nh
coal in two months as it did in June, aud
July, 1871. Tho prices in those mouths must
bave been very remuncrative, for if tbey had
uot been productiou would not bave been
stimulated as it was. Yot wo _____ after a
carcful coniputation, tbat the avernge price
per ton at tho Scranton auctioii salo on
the 23th of Juno in that ye.tr was
$_ ?5, and Ihe avernge at tboO-lfl 00 tboMtb
of July was M ??, and tbfl mean of the two
sales was M ?6*. At tho two BflJflfl 2TAOO0
tons were disposed of. Tbfl arV-r-ffl pttofl <?b
tained for 75,0,'XJ tons sold 01 the :t.)tli of July,
1873, was $1 90, which price it is ptopoflfli
to adv.ince at. t!i" rat-j oi B-R 6o_a_ I ton c.k !i
iiionth until tlie 1-000 ot Ihe BOOOOO. Tlie pnee
of June and July, 1H71, was Hiitli. iciit to l__W
the productiou to a pitcb wbicb BOO never been
equaled before or since. b RBOOBf plenticr
uow than it was two years Ifljol Comparo
tbe condition of tho New-York bfl-kaV '1 lien
they beld seventy millions of b'gal tender
noU'.s in their reserve. Now they have aOflfl
than fifty. Are peoplo able to paj BBOflO for
coal than tbey were after the coal f.uiiiiie of
1871? Does it OOflt nioro to niine it or ?r:ns
port ltt Unquestionably it does not. Why
then should we lie loss freo of BDBOfl- than
Mr. Francis Mure, wbo, ilenouncing tbfl BBO
nopolies of his day, venturcd to use in the.
servilo P;irliainent of Queen Elizaheth some,
plain words, wbicb surcly apply to Cim 0-00
IObbb-B century OOflkl coiiibin,iti<>n : " lt hring
"eth the general DfOaU into R pi.v.it". hand,
"and the eod of aJJ tbifl bl bigMry and
" bondage." __________________
THE FND OF A WOBTBLBAa LIVE.
Europe has lost another trom her list of
sovereigns on tbe retired list. Duke CIijuI.s
Frederic-August-William of Biunswick has
died at Geneva of apoplexy at tbe. age of
sixty-nine. He played his pait in this world
in a way which may be called truly kin.'ly,
Bfl he died guillleaa of any good. brav.- or
sensible action. Ho was very rich, very flfll'
fish and pbeuomenally mean. He lost Mfl
tbrone by his kingly quabties, and bad uo
manly ones to enablo bim to regain il. Hc
diskrraced the tbrone while bfl hel.l il, Bad
after lie was turned out of it, he made it thfl
bllliailH Ol bis lifo to call allcntioii to the
fact of bis disgrace by insisling upon bis for
feited rank. As ____% "re, good for very little
now-a-days, except for e__-BplOfli it ifl rather
to be rcirrctted tbat so line a spccinieii of the
cbtss is taken away froni tbe world.
Tbe late Duke bad precisely the kind of
training wbicb is gencmlly Bflpffllfld to bfl
most advantngeous to princes. Ho bfld B
(bildbood and yotitb of vicissitiidcs, and of
as mueh privation as ean fall to tbe lot of
those Ivorn in the pniple. Hfl lost his mother
early, and pMBfld most of his first years in
wuiidering aud exile. His falher fell at tbe
l.attle of Quatre-Bras, wben the little Iluke
was only ehven years old. Wo was lefl bf
tbfl will of his father under the guardianship
of George IV., then Prince-Regent of England.
His dispositiou waa so bad, bo was so un
tractable and violent in temper, tbat even his
dissolute kinsman and guardian stirveyed
witb somo app.ehension the pr.npect of giv?
ing him the reins of power. But wben it
could no longer l>e delayed be plBOfld bim
upon Ibe tbrone of Brunswick, and tho worst
upprehcnsioiis of those who knew him were at
once confinned. He wasted a few years in yotith
ful folliee, in travtls by whieh lio learned
nothing, and in advenlures which left no
moral bebind tbem. He eame bome, and
attempted to add the fame of a tyrant to tbat
of a debauchee. But it was an tinpropitiotis
timo for such amuBements. The air was full
of the premonitory breath of revolution which
was to freshen to a galo in 1830. Tbe great
school of French literature aud journali.sm
waa just learning its power, and sonietbiug
like a new political and intellecttial life was
waking in Europe. Among the greater States
tbat turned off their kings, the little Dukedom
of Brunswick fonnd its disgust too heavy to
be borne, and mustered ita petty t)'rant out
of service. A family council declarcd bim unfit
to govern, and placed on tbe tbrone in hut
plaee his younger brother, William, who sus
tuined hiniRelf durinu a long reign with
unusual tact and good sense. He had the
discretion to plaee himself on the Lilxual side
during the tornado of|lS48, which wan so faial
to throncf, and so passcd safely through.
The ex-Duko established biiiiself in Paria,
where he has sinco passed tbe greater part of
bis life. Forty-three useless and ignobb- years
he has spent in petulant repinings over bis
lost tbrone, and in piliful attc.mpts to eompel
tbe bO-Btgfl to wbicb be bad no furthcr ritrht.
.He preserved bis inimense wealtb?a family
trait of the Guelpbs. If tbe Qtieeu ol bfl md
should lose her tbrone to-morrow ske would
still Ive the richeat widow in the world. He
fell in I'. tho in ir. i.i of buymg diamonda, and
made one of tbe largest and most coslly C4)l
leetions in EuioTie. He inbabited a pretty
rorti-colorcd pabtce in tbe Avciiue h'm-tllaiicj,
house and garden jealonsly gtiarded brOBltbfl
ati.it by high walls crowded witb statuea,and
tbe entire chtabliiahniciit was constructed wiih
refi rence to tbe safely of the Dukc's jevtel,',.
Not a door or window eould Ive tqifiied with?
out a (biiuorous l__f__| of bclla, aml the cas
I. (ts where the iliauionds lay could ouly )??
ni. licd over bis deatl liody. Tbis wan (bfl
UaOOfJi but Ihe practico was otberwLsc. He
was rek,'iihirly labbfld every year or two,
tbougb bis mortt valuable tieastiFOfl alwayt en
aaped. He was inauflerably mean iu all hia
(balitigs. The very trailcsnicn wbo -_BBjfl_oi
iiikI chcatcd him did not desire Ilis ? curiLoiii.
!le nevei paid a l))ll VMtho'ii ;? ("icrrel, aml \
f -.n H'!' ' indfl iije;i ' h hia oa
the booka of the American Conaulate, becauae
he wanted a reduction and the Conaul de
clinod to diacnim tho mattor with him. Hc
wa* a thoroughly (.ytninetrical chai-actor. He
waa a* coiitomptihle iu amall IMflfl. aa in great
8MB. He plundiTo.d and opprenaed his pcoplo
tvliili- he could, nnd aftorward biilliod his
Hfiv.int-4 and triod tooiio.it hm butchor. Kvory
low yeari. ho would niiMiulx-r hia Mirniie and
isauo a proclamatlon iigaiuat hia umitfiing
brothor. Tho last, a'id BMM. almard niainfe-.to
waa whon thfl blind King of Honovor oriod
out. Bgfliflflt King Willuin ol PiUKsia for tak
fjBf hifl -.ingdoni, nnd l.ruiiswick followed
Hiiil iu a pa;i i wlm !i BBfl-Bfldl tfkfl a burIoat|iie
Of In*. flflflflWfc Hfl hua bflflfl tor (flflfll timo
BBBflkhtfld rather "had sfyh" by his brothor
BM-Bfl-C-Mf-*-t it in hard tfl BBB whe.rein, in tnoflt
IIMPBHIb. ho dili'i-n-d 'ruin \fu rent of thcin.
[? Ufl IBlBIBIIIBB. hirt aviiiee, Iflfl*-- inolTioioiicy.
his l.iid chtiior .l'.'iiinst evonts, even in hirt
littfli ol .li iiniinds and fcar ol burgbiis, lie
. | vi ry l.ut rtflflf Bflflfl tflHffl Of modern moti
arcby _ ___________________________
I VI HY BUttBT DISIISCTIOS.
Thc BMBflJBg <if thfl word repudiato i? to
IBllBBBdli. t.i put away, to have nothing to ifl
with. WV BOB.flfl- that. wo (Mii flflfl littlo dif
fJBTBBBB bfltWBflfl tlie flfll iinpliod by tho vorb
lepuiliato aud the CDiKluot of aevoral of tho
Suiitlii'in States with Pflfflfi to thoir fundod
________ They do not pay ; they will not pay ;
iu Mfll flflBM thoy can uot pay, and for souic
year* thoy have not paid. Wo connider it of
tlio, __jghB_B_ possihlo BflOflflf-MMfl whether or
not the peoplo ol North Carolina inteudod the
a.loptiou of a (BflflflI aniondtneut to thoir
CtB-ftltflt-OB aa a deolaratton of bank
tiiptey. It ia aullicient to know that North
I'ui.lina h.iB not paid tho intercat on ita debt
for yeara-prohahly cannot pay it, and cer
taiuly niakos no oflbrt to pay it. Tho laat re?
port of tho Atiditor of North Carolina con
taiiis BB atatement of tho nidelitodnca.. of tho
State, and ?akflfl flfl referenco to tho aub
j.'.??. The amount, howovor, in atatod in
Po.ii's Bflflfl iy Mauual at ^.'.l/XW.OOO. bflfll-l
inter.'st fll six [ier flflBB. To pay tho intercst.
|lt7Mj000 would Imve to BB e.tlleeted antiil
ally. Tho value. of the property of tbfl Btfltfl,
M-fllflMfl- -* taxation. is $123,500,000. Thc
armiuut of tbfl t.ixea collccted in thc
year lsT-J l'or tho gcnoral oxpenscsof the State
(.ov.-ininent was $700,000. which Bflflfl not in
clii(ie ? peiitty for intorest flfl tho debt, and
1'ills .100,000 short Bf niecting the dir.bur.-u
iiiiiits for odiir.itioiial aud Bjflflflffll purposes.
The ctirrenl. q'lotations for North Carolina
bond* are 27 p'-r oent for tho flfllfl WM bofldfl,
nnd 14 lo 17 for tbflflfl iflflflfli since reconstruc
tion. This is about tho valuo of tho bfladfl of
Ihe Btfltfl of Hondur.n, and conaiderahly below
that of the ttOflkfl of Sp;iin, two notorious
bai)r,ni[itri, in fl_OB8 paper l-.nglirih stock
lllllMfllfl havo, largely iiiverited.
South Carolina ? in a moro disgraceful con?
dition tbflfl hor ndfbbflf on tho north. Her
inoonm is flltflfljflthBt insiitlioient to maintain
the, .iil.ndor flf carpot-hag governnient, lot
alono tho vul?nr praetico flf paying dflflCB.
Iler oflicial.. Iflfflflfl to >;ivo informatien aa to
her tinanccs. .Mi. FI. V. Poor bflfl appliod in
vain, and so have wo. The debt of the State
is in tbfl ncighborhond ol $20,000,000, exclti
sivo, as in tFt*> Mflfl flf North Carolina, flf pu-st
AI_.-B.BH BflJB latflf-flt on a part of bflt debt,
havmg disburm-d $245|7aO for that. p-upo.c in
tiio Bflflfli year 1 H?3. Tho debt of tlio Btate,
difflflt aud COfltingPflt. BflBBfldfl ..30,000,000.
QpOfl nearly all Ihfl railroad bouds mdorsed
i?, tbfl Btfltfl default bflfl bflflfl iiiado hy tho
coiiip i'li.-s, and tbfl B. tbfl bflfl Bfldfl default in
turn. Tho rflBfliptl of tbfl Btfltfl i" 1872 were
_l,(..HJ,_>J0, aud tho piyiucuU $1,170,000. Tbflffl
wi ro, on the 10th ot Btgk tnber, 1872, out
standing warrants against tho trf-anury to tho
anioiint of ?1f)7,'500, and SUtto ccrtifiraton of
lfl_B>bt_--H-flfl Ifl tho nominal BfllflB flf $_-6,?500.
I'li.-i ? BBB al.Mi due tlie School Fund tMo suui
of S''S!?.r?00. The ron ijitri fn.iu Stato taxea
dnriog the >ear wmt* $717411:^- 'r-l(! ???-????
of the St ate aro frroatly dorangod, and if not
(B-flf from bad to Vfltflfl aro cottainly growmg
Loinsiana haa bflflfl -Bfltfl mercilessly taxt-d
and Iflbbfld than any other Sotithorn State,
South Carolina not oxcopted. Tho rccoipts
into tho State Tria-uiiy for tho year 18X2
atiiouiitod to tbfl very mpflfltflblfl smn of
$_tjtj6*H and tho o-penditurca to $4,-71,420.
The debt of tbfl Btfltfl irt Bflt less tbflfl
BMI.flOO iflfll Lflfllflfl-Bg BTflC $2,0<>0,000 of out
st.militig warrantrt and ccrtitkitert of indebt
,.(lne.*-s. Tho BfP-gflBfl flflflflflflfl-i valuo of
pro[ioitv for 1872 WBB $228,700,000, and tho
taxea Iflfl d tbfl-BOfl $4,i3br,f)G2, or moro than
two per ccitl. Thia hoavy taxation ia driving
capital frotn tbfl Stato. Louisiana biinda aro
qflOtfl- at 42 to 55 for six and eight per ccnta.
Tho State haa recently made default in tho
payment of interost, and tho prospecta of thc
bocM-botden aro not encmiraging.
The fundod debt fll __l__t-_flflfl ii $0,885,500,
aud the Btfltfl P*?y--> ?? inU-reet ou uuy of ita
bonda. For the two years ended Sept. 30,
1872, the geucral Pflf?fl of tbo Stato reached
an aggregate of $1,701,044, of which only
$4,009 waa in curront monoy, tho nmainder
conrtistiug of Auditor'aand Treasiirer'd warrauta
and SUito acrip. Tho Auditor, iu hi.. cntimato
of tho rccoipts and BipfludltflIflfl of the State
Government for the two yeara 1873 and 1874,
includc-i nothing for tho payment of interont
on tho State debt. Tho State acrip at the
datc of the Auditor's Iflfll report stood at 50
pttr cont dirtcount, whith is about the value
of tlio i-ouisiana Stato warrants, an determined
at the laet auction sale.
Aa ngurd. tho Btfltfl! we have montioned,
it their proaent niethod flf dealiug with their
crc.litora i? tho only altoruative, tho MMMI
thoy pnbliely repudiate the BflfltflT. The proper
place for a decaying cart-iiHri jfl under ground.
WHAT WE CALL MEAS
Wo have rvad a great ni .uiy diBcotirso...
tfflfltiflfl>i trartts, and BflflflJI BB tho Dignity of
Jliiinau Natuie, inontly publi-hod in tiio Stato
of Marwacbusettrt. We havo also road the other
eide flf thifl iniportint question flfl B'"t forth nnd
inaiiitainwl in tho Fflfflfflfl flf Cajit. Culliver.
Wo aro froo Ifl flflflflflfll Ihfll it ifl l in;itter
upon whii h wo havo never bflflfl able to make
ii p a uiiud. Man ia tho most am iflfll flf cou
tradiotions, even in thb. coutradictory woild.
Wc thmk Tom or INflb well enough, aud thoy
tliiu!. well enough of us until we And each
other out too lato for our ifltflfflflt and tOflflflOB
for onr fiappincau. It b well for us that, how
tvtT bfl-Bf tho Hlough, or however deep wo
may Ihi in it, wo inatim tively hold f.i.t to our
idcal, aa if it wt ro a lifo-prenorver, ;i~ iu aoiiio
(iciirse it Kiilly ifl. Wheu wo lone our good
opinion flf oIImth alto.:eih.-r, wo aie. apt to Iflflfl
our good opinion ol ourselvea, und then?!
Hut why. in a ncWKpapnr, BN wo judnlfinf ifl
Ilii-M* nbati'act letl.-ctioiirt f lt ih be. ;iu-e im*
h;i\i- just io.mI a m.'laiitholy li.tn.aiivi- of a
W.Mlllill IflVflf-lj tteatetl lli lii.'itli ii. Bfld Im
, BOBM '" Ifl tM** ...
savagcly troated in New-York at any time or
wherever meu and women exiat.
It ia a How Htreet caae of a girl agcd 18 yeara,
noatly dreBsed, and deacribing heraelf _.- a
Hervant. Sho told tho maglstrate that she had
been in nervieo for some timo, and had been
in ono Mituation for over four yeara. After
waid Hhe went to n milliner's rthop, and while
thflflfl found a sovercign on the floor
and wrongfully kept it. When her mas
ter anked her if she had found it, she
deiiied tho fBflt IJut conacienco got the
ln ti. r of her, and voltintarily sho confe.-wed
the tinding and resforod tho money. Did her
bruto ol a master cre.lit hor with this hon
osty, all tho flflBB. ereditablo liecaiwo it waa
ll-.-T.bll lardy T Will it bo iH'lioved that iie
actually pronocuted tho girl for thoft, and thun
( i'ifd her to bo imprisoned for three montha.
Aftor thia she was turnod out of jail to live aa
-.he could. lf nho bfldBOtbflflfl flfl uncommonly
BjOflJ girl sho would huvo betaken heraelf
io tho stroet to earu the wagoa and to
oat tho hitter broad of prostitution. In
Blflfld of thiti. she found another place and
waa working in it industriously. when hor old
BflfltflT found her out, aought an interviow
with hor new omployer, told bim the story,
an.l Ihfll again flflfll her back to doatitutiou,
for .iho iflflfl iininodi'itely diaeharsod. Moreover,
thb] inoxprirwibly BMM follow, whoao he.-d,
if wo wero piignacious, it would give as a
thrill of pure febcity to punch, told the young
woman that ho "would g't her out of every
".ituation ahe obtained." Thero's tho dig
ni.y of Human Nattire for you! A littlo
lower than the angels il thia cockney *******
ine:i T If so, it must bo the fallen angels!
Bflt our opinion of Human Nature eomea
iiji again bravely when wo road that Mr.
Vatighan, the sittiug nu-gisttat- to whom the
girl had appliod for advice, waxod execedingly
ungry when he heard tho etory. Ho could n't
do iiiuih, but bfl inimedialely sent lor " Uuck,
-the rtiiinmoning utnoer." Hfl or.ler.d
hnn t.) go to the man complained of, and
- inlorm him that every B-UBfl ******
" a right to rodoeui tho charaeter which he or
" she had lo-st." Hravo, Mr. Vaughau! for
IbBBB are bfflffl words to bo uttered upon the
Bflfl Street bench. We trast that the bold
lluck carried them I'aitlifitlly, aud even inter
polfltfld a littlo vigorou.rt sweariug upon hffl
own account. Tho recording angel, wo aro
.miro, would bo Iflflf to rtuch explotives. "Tell
" hi.ii," addad Mr. Vaughan, "that he is ex
" pofltflg bi-Bflfllf tfl th.* po.rt.-ubi.ity of an ac
" tion."' That irt tho way to talk tosuchmau
inillincrs! " Damagofl ?20" is good physic
for Auch caacn of ossification of thc hcart!
Wo havo told this Htory bBBBBBfl it bflfl a
moral Ibr New-York. A sinuer desirous of
reloiiniiig, and thwarlod in his effortrt to
rel.iini hy tho ovei'-i'iglib'oiis and tlio supor
rcnp.-i-tablo, tho utifooling nnd tho unforgiving,
pr.-"iitrt ono of tho saddcrtt and most diflcred
it.il)le of spectaclea iu a world which is full
of rtinh. Even very dinhonest men and women
may bfl won bflflk to hotiertty by forbearanoe.
and kindiie.irt and eiioour.igiiig Bflflifl-flBflfl Ibit
tho very di. honoat?that is, ihe thoroughly flfll
enod and depraved-aro not M common as wo
aro apt to think, even in this wkked age.
Most natures pflfll through life oscillating be?
tween tho oxtrcuiofl of right and wrong, and
uo have tho liest of authority for belioving
that thero in uo mau who bvoth and Hinneth
not. I3ut it is hard for us to compre
bflfld the cardinal Clin..tian doctrino of
lorgivcness, partly bflflflflflfl thero is 'a
doetrtflfl which ifl bfld. Chrirttian ****** heathon,
Of jt.stice. Wfl forget naliii'.illy that
of tbfl -ififlflfll J?Hflfl mercy is a ucci-saary
cousiit l.'iit. Our flfflfl ??? tliiunied by paftrtion
or pieju.lice, by timidity or sel fish Bflflfl. *<> thflt
we cannot see tho point at which petialties
Khould inclt mto |i:ir.ion. And yet with all our
furi.iurt.ind Bflflflf vir.'ti.', Wt aro tho most coui
pl.iis.mt flf Chesteilicld-i to tjreat Miiiitr-i .ind
to siu gold-plato.l. We flbflbfl a woman roughly
by the rthmlder who has BBflfl-M a bit of
br. ad, possihly a bit of cbflflfl linory-how is
it wilh the self-conrstituted back-paytnasterrt
who wt'iu- ML C. or U. S. S. after their
names. Wo forget that thc woman may he
rofornied. and that tho gentlenian in broad
eloth may be imst rodomption. Ho bullios Bfl
into forgivenorts, and she ?! Lot tt, for the
ptflflOflt. at least, drop the subject.
l'lay-gocrs aro familiar with tbfl battlos which
BBBBtbfl-fl nicaraadiue the stage when tlio drop ii
up ; but these niiuiic engagenieiitrtareiiinhiiigto tho
rencountcni which oecu.-uonnlly ocr ur when the drop
isdown. Thechildren of Tbespis are apt to bo a
pugnacioua and irntablo lot. Tho droadful deiiun
ciations of each othor which the busine.-i of the
pi ad rflfljB-flM thflflfl thunderously to utter aro not
without effect upon the poreonal charaeter of tho
uli. rer, who, aftor strulting his brief hour in pub?
lic may treat bimself to a ?.uuplomcutary strut or
two in private with a bit of BJflflB?MBflMfllt antl
battory. Thoy had a Iittl. flt-ono of thi. kind hU.lv
in the Manchoater (Eug.) Theatcr. where Mr. Band
tiiann, who it not unkuown to our thcaters, unde-r
VmiU to play af.iw BBfltflf cnfi-genient, for half tho
rociptft. lofls a certain sum for expeum-s. For some
totkAon Mr. Dandmann did not draw well. which, of
courso, tilled him with sour MflBBBBBI that the ac
coont-i were ctwked. So one night trbflfl ho wan up
for " Ma-both" ho rofusod to go on unlosn his view
of the contraot wui accoptod. Tlien the acting man
agor callod Mr. Bandtnann " a cur." Then Mr. B.
rurihtvl upou the managfr, knockr*.! bim down, and
kn k.nl him. Whi _ he did Ibifl, Mr. B. wai attired
ba Macboth, and tiiuflt havo proseuted an cxtroiuely
niilitary apectacl''. Not lifw than ten 8tago carpen
tota w-rercqiiired to reutrain Mr. BflflflflBMB from
comnntting hoiuicide. The injurod inanager ap
peal.-d to the law . ot' blfl country, and the caae wa__
tried at tlie A8si-/..>. tbi*. i.i.uith. Mr. B. hiii.S'-lt. on
t!ie ntaud. Iflflflflfld that " there is always a good deal
flf uiiple-flantnivw amongst tho company." " It is,"
aaid he, einplia'teally, "more ditlictilt tfl _BBBflflB a
coiiipany tbflflB -flf?flflflt." Here we are told that
i'i.ic \t:in "batbtac" What BfltBtbflf iBBgbing
?i: ' N'.i, flffl h >;.". at tbfl poor _cflOdJflS,wha ? .
ord.red to pay __">.
Whon a finiale baby Btfhtflflfl inon'ln old in found
iu ti railway rttatitm itolitary Bfld fllopa flfll totilly
dcrititute of a cliiiiiant, tbe rttation ma?tor BBd tbfl
oi.d'if r,'.rt, flfll Bflflfl fl-fl orpuration HflflU imy
u^al he couaidt-red iu a lix. Always provided tbfl
bahy bBBfl-B ifl Bflt fl?IBfllflfl. A iBBflflOflBfl infmt
flfll liflBBTflffll Ifl tbfl Fitchburg r-ulwav d>-p<it, in
DUB<0D. ln it " itnrilnr On its dr.-.ts waH puined a
flflfll witli th.* tollowit.g tntef.il inl'ormation : ' Tlnfl
babjf Ix iongrt to Mr. llaue of |_flflflfll 1 took it m B
ft of IflflBflitf." Th<- inoMt _RM_Mflflflfl_A iormoliii
Banity this is yet HflBBTfllfld HBB running away
vtn!i other pSBfllo'fl bflhiflfl and 1< aviug tbflflfl m i.u!
w.iy statioiifl. Meatnthi'..- Mn. Dflflfl ifl I-owell \ta*
ari iii.laiioholv a Dflflfl M ft***)**. BiU**M. li.i
bflBBttfBl Iittl- bflbf BM _aafl ?_? ttflflfl ii >t flbfl-B.
Bflfl flfflfllflfl flflflfl Iflflfl rili.-v.-d. Ik.w.v.t. A tade
_rr:im inl'.rnu'd h.*r BPflBBB bfli flbH-b wai. and flBflfl.
eiitly it w.s r.'nt'.ied to tlie iiiftt-rti.tl fount. It
turn.-d ..ui Ihfll ttM bflbf "fltfl-b i bfli lif-n a S'-rvuiit
Ifl tbfl Dflflfl faiinlv A niir-.-ry inaid with a uiniio
ii.iT.i for al>.*a. uidiiig wuh Ihfl Bflbf and tbflfl
droppingit Ibbi "? ?' atatioo niakflfl h.>in_u alto
_,. tll.l l.i'l " !.''??"'' ?"?' Hfl l-ll
**J* bflfB BB fllkBBWlfllBB thp recipt. flfllflfl >i.'
nf lli. I.. !...'..'. ' Bl | ? ? flfl" J.I. 1>. Hv," v.itl.
:i i..|.'--i thit Wfl >' ?' Ifc to .ii.v IflflflBfliflfl fll .
ii- i ? ? ,,. i? i ,, t MMi ln "
MUSIC AND THE DRAMA.
MR. MABETZKK'S PnoaPKCTt.'fl.
Wo pnblifthed a few days ago the moat inB
portant parllciilara Of Mr. Mareftok'* itiiponi1in? oflarfl
B88000, and we aw now euaouvl t?i furnlih fiirther dav
T-.ita Hi* jjroapoctua la laiinty und uiniaiiifl. aafl
pok.-a trreveraut fun'at tlio magnlflec-l anaouocomeato
flfl bla rival ou tao other hk1? of tne) town. Mr. MarvaV
BBfl. .? kind nnoiurh fo cxplain that bo lirtnira hat coaa
uany u> .Vrw Vork beoauae "it would bo unj-at UttBrn
metropoll* to fltflfltfO 11 of the flri\v_flflO ?f boanii* afl
much lalaaa, for tbr flrat tlme. BBBBl ia-?d ?" tnd tbat fla
lia* nelecud tho Oraud Opera House BflflflOOl lt i* tfla
ouly thnatcr in tbo city amtable for reprcBcntationa of
auch iii.iiriiii.i.li- aa ha bat in mind. Tbora wlll
I)*. flve everimir perforuiaiico* every wock. aod oue i?al
moe, and oo aoata wlll Ut (told by auhaenpuon. Tbo nv
IMTta.ry la tiot auiiounood, for Mr. Maicrzek la frank
cnou-li to acknowledge tnat proiiiiac* made at tbo _a
_'innluir of tbe BBBBBfl aro verv coiumouly ttrokeu ; bfll
lie il.KM protnUe tbat mowt of Mr. Hti-akoaa-b'* imv.-ltlf?,
liicludiiiK " IaobeuKrtii," " Otello," and " Dmortb " iliall
bc BBfl?-talflfl by Ifla company alao. aml tbat WajrufJr
" Fiymir Dulchman " and Mozart'a " Maicir Flnto " aball
bo dono beaidea. Tlio chonis ia to Ix! entirely new. attfl
aa for the orcbeaira Mr. Maret/.ek playfully obaervfla
tbat. "be,io_ unable and iiidiapofied to aeciire Ardltl ar
C'oata," bo Bliall not huait&te w. couduct it bimaelf. Tflfl
full list or tbe company la aa followa :
.T-ii.r.itu, Mm... Luoca, Mllo. Ilinadi Muraka.
CtmlraUo, Mme. Natali T.-ata.
Ti-.io.-i, Siir T iii.Im'i lik, Virzatn. .ind T.--U
BartLmi, Ilg. M.n, aud Konri (iii.i.
Battt, M. Jauirt. 6i_. Keyna, aud rtur. Kouooni.
?_a_0- GAKDK.V -TUK BI.ACa" CROOK.
Upon tlie cotemporary passiou for Leega H
it BOflJOflaible to pnxluce any effect by throwiu*- cold
water; and therefore Monday'a teuipest of raiu waaa
tuiaerable failure, conanlcred aa a hiudMtioo to tbfl
ovouing'a aiiccer-ful openiiiit of Niblo'a Uarden, witb tba
apoctaclo of ? The Black Crook." The public had boea
pretty thorouirbly aoaked aa to ita akin. and prctty
tborouifbly trted aa to Ua temper: bat tbe public waa
tbere?and tbere in sucn numbera aa almoat lo warraat
all.i.4i.>n Ifl Mfl)fflfl p Valiambioaa or P.iea ou a oow'fl
tail. It can).. early, and it stayed late, and il
BBsaaBBi al.l the Um-: "And ull were ?ay aud
waadanni lai ?n aaaaaaoBfl to aii they met, That
BflTfll im ti.e Summer brinc do gay a teaat of roaea yo*."
If wesay tbero waan't room enouali in Uie hotuw for fl
BllBll JjIflBOll iwber to?trikeanattltnde, we aball foreiblx
Inflalatt ia Wfl B itefl 8BB?-flflfll flflfl H weaddtbat the vaflt
lii.iltltude-cliicfly males? reruiiiued for aix houra in a
Boflflflfl liatl.of botvapor and cool patlenee.ab.Boriiinfl Ita
Titn-I ..nd broodinx over ita Lau. w.> .-luill i loarly -lenoUk
tli it lli? rovival of " Tbe Black Crook" wan a (rreal |tof>
ul ir BBflflflBa?? preenely such OOflflflfl BflMaBJ8BB lovo. and
Bflflflflflflly such a ..ne, iu thia mstmoo, aa doubtloaa, iU
in.ina-.TM oonfldoutly antlclpatad
Upon tbe play of "Tbe Black Crook " tlior^ haa been a
B-flTfllfl-BCOflfl-BOf opinion, ranirinir. over a p-nod flf
ii.irly aeveii y.-ara. Bfl littarary b__|bBBB of flflBfll fllia
B_?flBflflfll bofore attractcd an .-nual amount of att*JB
i:i , 8B___B-_flB. N'o pie.'.' b.n .-v, r aucoeedod oo tbfl
aflflfl tlmt owes ao little to It'.'lf aud 88 much to " limlai.
aud oiitwaii floufiiboa" of tbe aatnc We do not bore
pirrpomi to a.ld auy atones to tho alremiy uionunionUl
cni ii of .-ouuiientary ou thia bollow aud worttil.?B coni
p-.nitioii. Ifl lutellixont observcr BBBOl ta. Bfl told tbat.
iu point of literary workinanabip. it i4 Uke a rotteti
-ttriUpt Ifeflt weakiy Bflflflfl BBBflflflflB a liandfut of opala ;
nor, at tli*> a.iuo titiie, tbat H ba-. utillty at a vi-hulo for
?BflflOfl (itaplay. Tbe*i facta ware l.iun tinoe dia
BBflflflB, BflflttaflflBflO- BB oity tlcit lliey have now treria
OBflflflflflflfl aifain. Uixm tho novel luculouta, tiiD.ich. that
itOaOOflfl and rrfroelied thi; new reprewntation of tha
fuiuillarHpectaile.a BBfl worduof eomment aoumOrwentiat.
Tli.'rie incidents were niiinernua and often off. ciivo. Tba
fresh aoeiiery. by Mr. W. Voerrtlln, may be na.ued flral
,irt a proniineut aource of pleaaure. Tbe Bflflfl paintina;
wan tu tb'j ifrotto-ncene. Tho cataraot waa flnely dono,
but tbe ft-rote.4que 88888888888 tt tlio inoantation-exvenel
were so extr_va*rant an to be vulirar. Tiie torraoe-acona
OflB nnrred by too many B?flU-O lmea and br -audjr
Itold. Tbe umiie wm nuited. Two of tbe rougs?" Thfl
Politlcal Whip " and " Kln.-.iu? "?were Hupiemnly ailly,
and oii?bt to bc uwearded. Tlie "ilevol of tbe rtireua"
piov.-.ltaiue. TboiraK'-t -_flB> eouaiiiedof cnrnwitieaof
iBBfllllnaBfl No: to BBflflk witU undue levlty on no im
poat-Bl a eubject. we ventur,' to note that tlie kln< plna
flBflfl thoae of Mlaa Pauline Markbam. Tbe bent daoclB*)
was done by tlie Kiralfv Trouiio. Mllc?. aiavanai and
Hoiu niaile then BBfll BB^flBrflflBB, and BBBM wclcomod,
and they bi.l fur to 0888888 favont s. Tlie fenner U a
pretty blonrte; tlie la'ter in a boinely bruii?rtti; irotb
are little and alender, aud both aro entirely pmhcient in
then art?BflflflB, praceful, spinted. and charactoriatia
daucert. Tlie niediey flBOBfl m tbe fourth aot waa liko a
lx>autiful _B_Ma?BBBflfl ; aui),lu.te?d, tbla act waa oue ol
the l?Mt v-jri.-ty ahowa cver kivtou in New-York. Tna
LflflOOB Midri-'u! Boya Baaa delicioualy ln accord. and
were thrco BflBflfl n B-fli upon the ecene. Tbo boal
way to en|oy their vocaliXfB.?r\wever, ta to liatcn ta
them witb your eyes closod. The Twiu tflatert
Vcr.lay ? aaid to bo froui 1'eraia ? PBtiormo4
witb irruc.', and with prodinloiis akill for auob
tiny BBBffll. upon tbo tra|)f??e, and werfl
a.imircd to tho BB-Ofll extent of popular vociferation.
They .Ud uot aeem to lie ifirln; and. wbether irirlaoi
iioya, ttiey miatht Bfl put t<) better use tban iu thu aort ol
euteitaniuicnt. M. Feln l_;i;amoy, tbo c.iiic.ituriat,
mado a itood impreaai.ia, witb bia deftlj-ox-cutod
lancaturea of llaveiu. yer aud CJraut?tbe furiucr ol
wbicb waa oxcelleut an a portrait, and eacb ol
which wat done in two u iuutea aud a half. Mr. Mail
Morirau's Alli'ironcal I'lcturea?cou-ditutin_ a panorataa
?were ahowu at half-paat l o'cloek. Tbey are ba-H-d. aa
to BflflflB, on rainlmsci'ucca of Ka?B?Bcb, t'outun., and
Aiy S, i.afl. r. Their BfllBJ OflB arv flflBB, flflflflrfl, flflflBBBj
aml power, The timiro-paintlnir ia bold. tho acll'.n vi_
?ii'.ua, tho color vivid. Tbe bandlinir BtiuireaU tho ?uda
i BOOflj 8-fl8flflB0 Btyle of Dore?but there u a ditfironoa
kflOOOflB tho free action of couacioua power Bflfl tbe reek?
Iflflfl da*h of aJvout?roua eflort. The d.taiU of tboao
w >tks are rJk_OB_->Bfll uo more so thau la allo wablo ia
al;igo Rconery. Their total effect ib startliuu and na
BOflfla-ffl, aud tbey may Bflflfl?flfl tbe *t'>in of th,- [. i.ii'inl.
One of tbe pk-aoinK unad. nU waa a n;niarii..bly flim
eorn't solo in tbe overture. Tbe Bflr-OB Bflaflflflfl flflfl
earried furtuer than we havo BTBB BflBflB it ta B8 i" anj
tbeater?per.ions in tho front row of tbcorcb-afra Leinfl
forced to rine and make way for fhe BOflflflBB Of n.otin
ta.ii.4 of floral work. Iu the eaat of parta thc.-e wm na
novol featare of Intereat. Mr. Mortou han becomo bta
tone aa Uertog, aud bia adveut waa tlie a._ual foa
bearty plaudiU. Tocso wera ibared by Mr. (.ooru?
Atkin.4, aa (lrei>}>o. Vui(fanty wan atipp'.ied iytl;ea?l|
MwaSudlow, and _M__tf l.y tbe iiiolty BUflfll _0|
Mr. Brutone, aa Pupenp um:, burleaq'i-d tl.e atcroo
typed Falitaff of tbe at.iire. Tlie BBa88BBflf wa*
said to 1)0 thu IfltTflfla tb.tl \saa cver aitiacttid by
this spect icle-the n-celpta beiaic IMbO. Tlie i?la> eloaod
wtlb a tab'.eau of fllBllBlllj IJplOBlBl l-OBBfljBO-lfl
ruu of tbe pieca.
ITBflB Ifea kT'iiral effect of "The Black frook- w?
ahould bo glad torec.rd a favorable |u.l,-ment. Wlirarw
so tuii'h i apital bis oeen embarked and *i BMBflt laoor
uf inui/ kiuda, baa been expeuded, aud wii.'r.- ;.. ,i v.-rr
...lir,; aaflfetofla-BBt tbe ta-ate Ln Iflflflflflfll BaflBBBflBflfl
Ihwsu ad.lre*M>d tbrouali Dflflflflfl uitidiuuia aud i- .sati?fled
by innoecnt uieau?. it ia tafefl re^ivite.l thal -Mtfl HBflflBfl
exiat the room for BBflaflBO- nnd DOl BBlBBflflB f>>r cen
aiire But both of them appear, in n f rcn.??? to tbfl
duplay at Niblo'a Uarden; and it would not Bfl j BBl U?
witbold Bfl exp.lclt avowal of tlie t.it. tflfla-flf all duo
a'lowatii-.-, Ib.-i-.'fore, for whatevT tuate aul .l.-llcacy
Inv Bflflfl BBBfl?1Bfllflfl I'i tfeB li'-atnin' of adpnictti
e*aeuUallv tndelii ite, we reeord BflB-B BBB opiuiou tbat
the inBui-uoe of thia p?i|iiilir pac.-.tui BB upoB
the whoiu. poruu ion* WtBBB\ Madflflfl, BflB not
ooen Uoue iu flfltflia, flfll ia u flflfl tt P?f
ticuiara tbat the ni! uiay ba BBflfl t? B-fl
Tlie piev.tleiio.'. ai ,-"i-ilin?ly, of tlif] i -n ile ia iu uiaa
.iirriuent, wi,.i'..l BB tk flfl BBBBBB?Bl ofl >t Ir in imt a
.|ii.'4tion of Hafai.ii'' of flraaaai or ifea aaa?feaffloofa
tiea. Th? tniacbiot is mticruut in tbr tbtiin it-H.-lf. It ia
an intoxication te tbe aensei; a flu to tbe uaaainatiofl ?
BB?flfl?flflfl tt BBaflflfl?t) ? and. Mitely. as tlils world
_oca. thal l- a u?\ iu^ BBBflBttf B-flkl Bfll Ifl I '> fl?flflBB?fl
Tfl tli. ? Bfl BB8 it ii ir. and know it fl -.;. I BBflf l?" a
h"ln-li".iui BBBlttr. OflB itid.vldi.il t.iale Iflflfl M BBB-B8J
and fttrTflfl>-fl BBfl Bflfl Bflfl a tcdi.n.- prfltOOSa Hut it ta
Bfltfej -8 Bfll a on cM.'i.tii.t.al s|H'< tatori tliat IU ir*a
qi.allty is t.i !?? Iflwat-Bfl Bflfl Jflflflflfl Tbe Ma.l. 1'IB
Ut ls aiul Mrrev Merrliks of tre Bttfll -welt
i 0 flfll Bflfl, tttmtW, and i.aili.-u would.
ii'V.itli..l.-sa. .i((e.ly fa I tt draw feara froaa
tbe aillflQfliaflB l'<> .('?. Tlieir BBBBBflflB ?? ta
their (iij)iuiout of aprotecllve lliuaioti: and to |x-opiw>
wlioae.'., Ibem iv* BBB] aro BBBBBB, afllflafei OBBfll ""? ?oew
,lii iinldirt) a . illision ia po-.'n,' I'I-ihe avt-rajcfl
ipactatflf flfeflflfl a,ii-ii,iiitiesan arflflBBfl. ?""*>" laaaaa
,.,-,?l... .l.iii.i VflflBB Mi.ip.iiliy waitraet.-a Ifl wilB
lliis IJBM a?l -. m w!n. ll IBB llfeltt BBflflIB8 BtaBBflflfl l-IBfl
axpaaflifl ?i aaaaa btaata bkta. a? Blfll ?n. bbj
I lllfllaaa. IBl ?u,tl.cr aunulaioi <>r ral, tlu.
laa aot ? "