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FOUNDED DY HORACE GREELEY.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 84, iu7i.
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Uttoa t?? the Hpiiiiiiitin? ii' nilli reoMval
?if taogooeon at ti.? loot eleoeioe. =_=_
Ki i?i?'rn t Alterne) Brlttea lenlled :" Ooi it.x'? ord. :
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lo view of the iminmeiict' of an Imlian ivni,
ii ia irratii>inj_* to learn from .?<> Iiij-Ii ?m
Hiitliority UM (loi! of Mr. Ciirlidd th.it the cimt
?t B-ftaag__| tin- Indian Hinein liar. K.H'IKII
it- m iximuni 1 'lu- accounts wliich ort. jmlili-li
to-.lay an- not tavoial.lc for ju a.-. ; and it is
iinita.? poKBil.lc that the rout of :i war with flu
Iii.liarirt ha.? yd to be added to Hint ??| _cd
lug and ?lothiiiK theiu.
^After nimh dibate, the woil.l bag .mr, vA to
_i7a.-4.pt the In?r?.ri( utalement that tlir North
m?*n did di?c<?V(r the A men. an coniinent,
marly half ?i rcntuiy lufore Ca>laaibaa not sail
from Spain. Tin ?-IK'??S 0- lfm N??i?.ilaiid an
not, after all, nur? !.v the heroic ?.onus ,,(, ,,,
antique aKt ; bmi Canon Kiii(j*??)cy Mein?, to
have mihi-itatin^ly adopted their narration?.
on a bania ot ?.i.story. In hi? lecture at ?Baa?
ton, yeoterdfly-reported on the M end |g|p>*i of
THK TIUHI vr, to-day-Mr. KiiiK'sl-J-y H-ive g
toniaiitic ch:ipt( r from the .?tory of the wild
.ea-rovera whone adventiireH art' now iiiftepa
raldy c-onnected with the earlie?? account's ol
the first diacovery of America by Kuiojieain
The opahot of the uiattei ili>? u-ned by the
Committee of the Bureau of Charitie?? and
rei?reoent_fives of varioua charitable Bo.ietieR
yeoteriiay, wah on MfaaNlaei ot ? ?.utidence in
the manaireinent of the ?uieao. There has
been aome claahi?K between various organira
tione having for their purpoae the relief of
the poor. There neem? to be no occaaion tor
nnj auch mn-underatamliiiK. Th? re ia ample
field for the exercine of a <I?M reet and K?-U
in.UA charity, but there in no gnat and din
tioooiiur need; thin ia ah.iwn bl all trii.it?
worthy toporto; and tho resuU of the confer?
ence yesterday is calculated to win to existing
organizations tho support of tho great body of
citizens who ?re able aud willing to bulp the
poor. _
The movement in Ohio, which, for want of
a botter title, i.i culled the Temperance Cru?
sade, suffers no diminution of it* power.
Tumi dispatches indicate that the spirit of
reform is deepening and spreading; the foroe
of the great wave of popular sentiment is un?
abated. A li-tt-or from Dr. Dio Lewin, which
read* like ft congratulatory order in the field,
ia published in another column. This eatha
siastio oruaader has a sublime faith in the
permanence of tho reformation and iu its far
laaaaiaf effects. _
At the meeting to discuss tlie problem of
rapid transit in tho city, hold at Cooper Insti?
tute last night, there was A considerable pop?
ular element infused. Tho bill of Mi. East?
man, heretofore noticed in TUB TUIHIINK, WHS
presented hy its author, who made a strong
speech in its favor, lint the meeting took up
tho question with unexpected animation, one
speaker loading Off with a protest against
what ho thought t?i be the high rate ot fare
vii tlie piopOsid railroad. This may be saul
to lie taking hold of things by the small end,
but the practical citizen looks at the direct
cost of r.ipul traii-it to himself before he con?
siders the (iiiestiuu in its larger aspects. The
(leimte WM uti interesting one, and ihe Und?
ing was tin- Iii st tangible evidence ot the
general popular interest in tins important
subject. _
The communication from Washington pttr
porting to girt the substance of intci views
with every United .Stales Senator on the sub?
ject of intl ltion, ?to which we give space in
other columns tins morning, will be found a
document of ?special iinpoi tance. Tho writes
professes to have an accurate statement of the
views of every Senator, and makes out a clear
iiiiijority of tight or ten iu favor ol some fOTSB
or another of inthtion. Everything that we
have seen from our own correspondents, ?md
from the debates and votes in tho Senate.
tends to continu tli>? statements of thil n -
marka.?le letter. Deploring Inflation as the
speedy road to ruin, we are nevertheless forced
to admit that at present ii seems to have the
advantage in the stionghol?! which we hoped
to ?deland ?longeai against it. If the Senate sur?
renders we aie lost.
/: /. /11 u M IT AL roc. /.; ni EH.
The tdegiaph infoinied us the other day
tlint "a large pila of books, seized by the. ol
" licers of the Tie usury Department nt the
"store of Jordan, Marsh & Co., which did not
"contain the evidence of alleged attempts of
"that (inn to defraud the (ioverutnent in the
" cas" under investigation," had just been sur?
rendered to the owners hy order of the court.
The seizure was made in Christmas week, and
at (linl time alioitt sixty account hooks, besides
papers, letters, ?vc, were carried away hy the
Custoni-hoiiM' ollicers. It has taken them two
months to discover that "a large pile' of
tliese books were not connected with the mat?
ter under Investigation, and therefore onghl
not to have b-eu seized. The Constitu? ion,
ia providing against " unreasonable sc.irclu .-.
"and si-izures," expressly stipulates that (very
Wanant ainsi "particularly desenlie the place
" lo be si-are,ied and the persons or things to
"lie seizid." This condition was not complied
with in the ease of Jordan, Marsh ?it Co., and
practically we mav almost Ok* that it invei i
iind never can be cmfiplicd with in any pro*
(.(.(dings of the same character. The warrant
is | process not nu rely for the bringing of
evidence into court, lint foi the discovery of
I evidence; and ttie special agent never can
tell, never attempts to tell, what hook he
wants until he has searched through all tin- ,
records covering a certain period of time, i
which ho extends of course al far ?is ho can. j
AU t!i- hooks of .Ionian, Marsh &. Co. re?
lating to their importations were taken except
thoM protected hy the statute of limitation-? ;
and WV ?know from the i \animation of Mr.
.iayne befON the Invcstijr.ititit; Committee ol
ls72, thai when a special agent once gets
l among a ineich mt'? papers he does not eon
itlue hiuist-lf to tim matters spi cilied in ?Mi
wart sat, but pursues a roving search m ordi r
to make a uise out of what he linds.
Here then W8 have a law which is moon*
stitutional ; which ?JJ ?.III outrage OUOJI "'it most
cherished principles of personal liberty ; which
violates the fun.lamentai doctrine that BO man
shall be coinnelleil to tin nish evidence against
liiiiis.lt ; and which, la>t of all, can never In?
put into op?ration without an infringement of
its own pro. latona. Can there heany notation
that such a law is only a blot upon the statute
hook. Men who have made tori unes by it
algae that it ought to be retained because the
duties cannot bu collected by any otker
agency, and Mr. Jaync shocks the Committee
of Ways and Means with blood-curdling
stories of the dishonesty of importers and the
prevalence of perjury in American commercial
circles. To this it might be answered that,
admitting all he says to be true, this
remedy to? fraud is Worte than the dis?
ease. The CoverniiK.iit has no righi
to adjust the duties in such a manner
that they cannot, be collected without violent
unconstitutional, ?nid <b.moralizing expedients.
!. is bound to take efficient measures for the
WS? veiitlon of fraud, ins,ead of trusting to the
invasion of private rights for its discover}-.
It complicates the laws to such an extent that
ii regularities income not iner.dv easy but
almost una void'.Ide; it ?bribes the importers
.servants to violate those iutricate regulations
in order that they ninv itfi.iwards make money
by denouncing them ; it tills the Custom-hou.?,c
with incomp?tent appraisers who cannot sam?
ple any sort of merchandise except whisky,
and throWl upou tin- liiercli.infs the responsi?
bility of stating values which Ita own ofleen
ure too ignorant to ascertain ; Rud when it
has thus opened every avenue to fraud it leis
loose upon the importer? a holde of rapacious
iutormi-rs and seizing ofliccrs, armed with
warrants that empower them to enter upon
tht?ir victim's premise.??, break open his
private drawers, carry ort' not only
his ?saab-bookl and ledgers but his
?Maat secret correspondence, read tili?
bildi of his wife, pty iuto all Ins personal
attain?, put u virtual .?top to his business, and
rummage foi month? among Ins book- and
papers, to dU-over whether or no he has
violated-either by accident or design, it
make* no ditfcrenct? which-som?? of the con?
tusing and almost iii.-ompreheusil.lt legal?
hous of the Curnoom. There is no parallel t?,
this extiaordinary ffoeese under any constitu?
tional government of the world. There is
nothing like it in the criminal prat-nee of an*,
of the I'nited Stat.-?. A police officer would
not dare to treat a jail-bird suspected of sell?
ing utoleii goods its a Tn-jtsury ugmit treat? a
respect al ile merchant of high character who is
stHoectcd of forgetting to add to an invoice
of glOO/W) worth of silks a few dollars paid
for cartago at the place of exportation.
mOSPFCTS OF TIIK CKS'TEW'TAL
We have received the pamphlet issued by
the Uuitod State* Centennial Commission, in
which are set forth the history, the . ondit ion,
end the needs of the scheine for BU Interna?
tional Exhibition in 1870. We were not among
those who favored that particular form of
celebration of the Centennial Anniversary of
our Independence. When we published three
years ago tho masterly and exhaustive propo?
sition of Mr. lligelow for a National com?
memoration, we gave our hearty concurrence
to his broad yet simple plan. The festival
should have been a domestic one, and if lor?
eign nations wiro admitted at nil, it
should have been ns friends of the
family. They should have come as in?
timates to a Christmas Tree, and not as
travelers to a hotel or traders to a market.
Hut another pinn was adapted by the citizens
of Philadelphia? and most people, recognizing
the propriety of allowing gloat prominence in
the celebration to the city where our Inde?
pendence was ilecl.ned, wcte incliiicd lo look
favorably upon any scheino they might put
forth. Th-re was (or ?this nason little <>{>]>o
sition and too little discussion excited bv the
act creating the Centennial Commis .ion which
was ?approved on tin- ?Sd of Mardi, 1871. It
was, however, not ?especially objectionable.
The international features ol it wes* not a*?
gre-sivdy s:-t forward, and theie was a elaiiso
in it which was ?affoctuul in lulling to sleep
the jealousy of tho ino.-t vigilant. It was
iMiiesdy provided that no compensation
should be paid out of the public treasury
to the Co!iniiis?-io'icrs who were tu serve under
the act., and that the. United .--rates "should uni
"be liable for nn\ evpeiMis BttCndJBg SUch
"exhibition or by reason ._f the rame.11 The
result which might hive been CXpOCttd is
now before us. The Commissioners state
that the enterprise has reached a critical
point. Unless (blindly as-uimed by the
nation it cannot be carried on. The moral
and iinan.-i.il support of the Government is
lie.-ess.uy,-lir.-t, to ?usure the coiipetation ol
fon Iga powers, ?rid second, to provide tor
the enormous expenses of M International
Exhibition.
The leptiinent of the country, so far as it
has been as yet expressed) is ?thal it is
not advisable for the Government, at this
late d.iv, to shoulder so burdensome ?in un?
dertaking. The fate ot the Centennial Cele
liration, as a World's l'air, is already sealed.
It is a failui". The cooperation of the I ?en?
crai Cioveiiiiiieiit has already been secured far
enough to ?embarrass us somewhat in relation
to those Cabinets which ?have accepted our
hasty invitation, but not far enough to guar
! antee au adequate and dignified control of
the matter It is open to reasonable doubt
whether the vci \ nature ot our political and
?Social structure is adapted to the exercise of
international hospitality on a large scale. It
would cost us twice as much as it. would cost
any European nation, and at the end it would
not he as well done. If wa should uow at?
tempt, in a scrambling iasv? to make Bp for
the shortness of the time allowed by an extra
expenditure of labor and money, wo would
probably only sneeeed in waatiog both and
carlin.; uiioii the whole adair a taint of cor
motton as well as lid?enle.
If it be tine, as ?Stated bv the CninmisMon,
that without the direct Interposition of COB?
( ?gross ih.- International Exhibition cannot be
luade ready, it would ?seem M gool ?m oppor
.' I unity now as at any time to drop I lie imprac
; ticalde scheme ol a World's- Fair, and revert
to that of a national and popular a lebration
of the Centennial. The invitations to foreign
Powers need not he canceled. Let. those whit h
choose to send delegate.-? and cpccinicns of
their art and industry be made heartily wel?
come ; but let it be BBdcTStOOd that, the occa?
sion is primarily a domestic one, and
only in a secondary senas international. In
the Hine which is still left We could prepare
a statesaent and ?Pr?sentation of the results of
a hundred years of democracy in America
which would IK- of Interest to the whole world
and of advantage to nil the students of the
ina sent and the future. We need not reca?
pitulate to-day the heads ot the plan we have
twice already preeented in thess columns, if
. ii w.tc promptly adopted even now, it could
within a viiy few weeks enlist the enthnsi
a.-'i?' coop?rai ion of huudieds of the be.-t
?naiads ot the country-men who would not
?require eithermoaev or position tor their wash.
The Philadelphia plan, now being weighed
j aud discussed at Washington? appeals for ?Its
? working force to two classes of instruments
the men who like parade, and those who like
pciquUttes.- Bat the UK-ii who would organize
the true Centennial Celebration would be of
a very di lb-rent kind, und do much bitter
work. There is yet time to accomplish the
most important branches Of this scheme-such
as the proposed series of sketches of the product
and the program of civili/_ntion in the United
States for the ?<. utury ; the establishment of a
National Museum, erected hy special contribu?
tions from every art ; and the extraordinary
ci mans. This would involve very little ex
Dense, There would be ?no noceastty for ?mr
I ? - ~_ -gar tfa? * * ?am At mn .gum. m . .. . "
j further appropriations niau thOfeS already
made. At bast there could be no ridiculous
, ed.it of failure, such as threatens the interna?
tional plan if it be persisted in. The Vienna
Exhibition ?as little short of disastrous, with
all ft| attractive features of ?pomp and cir?
cumstance, a gay Court aud a beautiful capi?
tal, because, as was generally remarked, the
last one was only six yent s before. If that lie
| true, what chanco, have we, following only
; three years! iu the wake oi Vienna, if we
merely attempt to repent the features of the
lunch and the Austrian shows T
riiliE HA.SEISO EOUTY ?MdM? AOt).
A ten days ago, iu discussing the question
ot lue banking, we expressed our belief that
redemption ot h.iuk-notcA in specie on de?
ni, mil was absolutely necessary to the safety
Of the banking system of the Dttitod States,
especially if the ?present limit to ?the bank?
note circulation should IM? removed. \\'e
maintained, ?further, that the proposition that
" there never can be overissues of bunk
" untes and bank loans, because when not
" needed by the community they are invariably
" returned ?to the Issuers to save the interest
" paid for tin ni," was a delusion, and that
experience had shown that whenever the
\ bnsiaem Of ?England or the United States had
J ?boen permitted to rest on that foundation, ruiu
was the natural and invariable, if not neees
I nary, consequence. It is not at all essential to
our view of this matter that the OVaffisCUS
should cause the speculation. If the specula?
tion canass the ovarirana. the canacc]nanaas ?re
equally bad, KO long as the unrestricted power
to expand the cir,-illation and increase the
loans and deposit* paCSB?B tin? S]M-C lint ion to
Boarish and increase far beyond the utmost
limits of safety.
Perhaps wo can dl'i.tutc out moaning bv
what i ?Mik nineo in the United **.t:t??A from
litio to 18JT7. Bank circulation inoreaHed bc
twoeu Ihoso years from ?j!(!l,(VJ0.(X)0 to
#I40,DOO,000; bank deposits from tll.OOO.tWO U>
?ia7,fH?0.ii00, ?ind bank loins from $?00,000,00()
to fr,'jr)>0O0,O()O. lu is:,? the crash caine. The
rickety fabric erect?-,! on tin- ?drifting baril of
I roo banking und popular delusion was iwBfl
from the gait- like a West Indiil village by ;i
liurric.iiie, mid for six yen.-. business WO!
pnmt i at? .1 tliroililli.II! Hie I'nioii, willie Hie
nation . iplatod iI.H folliee, in the beginning
ol' IT: Mu' bank aiicnlntioa ?and fallen to
INyMMOHl the (i(|iosii- io |M,000^0^ Mini Hu
loans io *?.' ?i,"? lOyOOO, and Uinea mmained
"dull." Could anything lu- annie ?suggestive.
tiian thene ftsarea I" Mr.!; oirenlntion notnnllj
I?--? in !.'.; ! t!i.m in Hil), iiink depoaita Ihe
??iiiiii', ?uni bank lonna bal '-'"> per ?-?'ni greater,
while .WMH.OO?) less linn in IS 17. Wo eile
these sf.it isl ici lo illii-.ir.ilt? tim pnp
.?.iii ?ii willi which W8 Hi'l O'lt-namely,
that < v. n With btiii. DOtea o.l.n.-ilily redeem?
able in gpaeia on denuuid. the iden thal "there
".iii ii? no overiosaea ol bill? no1 ?H and
"bank loans, beeanHC when no1 needed by tho
" i mu nulli ii y lucy .tit- uiv.iii.iuly returned to
"the iganen t?i iava the interest pg-bd DO
"th.ni," i? a <!?.! H -?ion. Wt speik ?>i banka
and tadividaali M wa find them. Hera nie
allandy two tbooaand banki ia Uria country,
and H i, nit nilly pcobnhla bal abaoiateljr cer?
tain th.it millions ol dollar, grill hi. lent ev. ,,- 1
week on insutlicient security.
It AU happened that in the years lf.M anil
iBm\ Michael Chevalier, the distinguished |
Kreuch political ?conomist, Wai in the United
Stat. -, uni m.nie a careful study of our habitg
and iniliuition?. Ii was in the very bight of
tho ?pt?ulitive madneae. "Kvaijbedy ig
"-peculating, and everything baa beooate mi
"object of speculation, lill' Host dOT-Og ('II
"terpriseH lind ciicminigetncnt ; all arojeeta
"lind silbsc.jibei?." No oce;i-?loii Ih.-n lol
brui'.- to fore.? their iaaaei "ii an mvi-modes!,
cu'iiiii'?iily' No lack ot (lein.iiiil from w.mld
i>?< recipiente, proffering wini was doubt lea?
believed ii the timo to be "-iilli.i. nt M-iii
"lity!" lint let u? obi.tin li ?m IL Cho~alier_
lively pea some idea ol tin? spin! ot tl.<>? .
tillie?
iii.Na.t fork '?mi ii;i_ lett kari boen MM ufl len!
f'ir i gOgeloMOO of Is? .nilli) i ?iiil-t ?ml ?I N"?v
?>; i,? in . i ii ?a laoola uniiiim. r ledloa : .i nuable m4
naked |n ', ipioe? ?>f rack luve benn no i-' it in I **?>'(1 for
thteporgooo. in Lou. ?MI..., tin- iaagatlr '->, UM lu?tat MU
lin.? tis int.. .?f iilliac.itori?. Hie lakoe nul vpr .?.? M'..I|I.,
with t,ii fool ?>f water or .ililli?', ;.Ti In ti. I .Vortil Hi?- I I
i,run. iiiii-ai.ii wiiu m. A), ?i- 5.1 toot ot ?voter, Beve
IBanl aoBBsroea genBeeara laka tti? imp al tim
li.it.al M-OMI pi-Mo yourself un Hie shute- of Lilo. Ki le,
?.?i,i,iii i wriry >?? in ana oma a aoUtarf wi..i.?i a ..??; aa
?einlit I i li ? lu.nl; puns til, li.?? to L ikn S'. < I ur, uni
Ir nu tlnil I .If?- |iii?li nu tuwiirri Um no: Mi, eeVOOO Liku
II ?i ron ; ?ru foi ward al ill, thread your way ti..' ?ui.li LIKU
Mi, ,ii.-,n, in I ?clvitn?,- southward fill Um water fall?
?.on: hero fOfl will lind t? little town lo-the n mi?, nf
? tiici^o, ana of tim aetgoota ot ?.ur ledefiitl
gaMa ? lealrjaMB wkaa tiu-y hog poon-ia
of Aiiicrnii. f-liraar tOAMMt .IcsUnetl. ut HOm.i
fiitnt?? period, to enjoy -iii aateueive trade;
it win oivupv tin? neill of i. cum!, wiiicii ia to eonnoet
.ho Ml-sisslppi with tile luke?? iiinl the HI. Lawrence ;
m at greeoel it loi-fr BOMBera MM <>r 3,i??o
in!, il.H ml-, ?'ni ?(.'?) hu- in it? 1','T ii ? ntiilrv of ?nu n
mi- f.-ri iii tv . (?ut this country Is yet uti BB-Blttvated
willi. ffcreriBalaaa the leed for titi leogeoe roe ad baa
boee eeld. reooM, ead aoM egeli la smiii section-?, not,
li ??. VIT. nt riikaita, imt a! New York, win. li. Iiv Hi?
roan jiiuiii, ti.ivi-ii'.i, H .?,ii"i all?e distant, X-ere
goo mu', iimi t'luiai of C-teage lola laaieroea o-uagb
f ,r UKI,,??i mliiililtnut? : tin? H Bon ttirm nu. . :fi of I In
Mew World at geooosl no alo lea Hora t ti ? n oeo bogee
will, grobe My, est'-ein liiui-i'lf fortiin.ite, If, on examina
Irin. Iw -ii?,.11 lin'l not linne Hi ni -ix tool "f wat? r ??ii
hi 1 linn li-ise. - t Lutter, ?late?! Jolui?town. I'.i., Au?. I. H '5.
Wa cannot bettei close this urti, le ihmi by
;i fin I lier quotation troin M. Chevalier, win.-li
shows at once the cause and cons? queiice of
the stale of thing? he s.uv, and pn-sages the
diearr period <?i iii feaia winch tallowed the
final ? -plo-ion :
It i? pim ??I. -ti, im le? ?1, fh.it the beaka li.II pay gold
for ti.?ir piper on ?liri.,.uni, hut by Um -uti?- ti Mia
, in?,., whli li I,.i,,I? in k ?|i a ? ?li.i,II (|ii.intil) of in. ? t .al I
in the country, i? Inulta 1 ani?th? r ? iii? li n,"itr tliz.t? it ;
It is tbu ixiwer of eiinitiiiK Mila in any liomin r, und ?if
Un- sin.i ?if ?ni.?, two. -bree, or five ilnlliM. [fl pr,i<p,'i
MM tim? B, tin? emi-sioii of p.. ?MT II alniriilant, i II , 11- Ii 1111 - - ;
ii? the BO. MBltg of ii tnef;i!:l? nf.uni nil 0 ?Mi'? to li.? felt,
ni priipurlioii to tl.e conti huco w.'.inli piviniU, tin
Mot?la ,iiitpi"-ar botero the axeoee of geperj ti.ero m
-, m ,. :v ., ?, !-ft in the country. Sine I havo h??en lu
tilo L'lilteil states, I have not seel? ?i pint? of Kui,I except
In tue lilint No -nxmei it it ?tri.? K ntl f Ii .all I lu- goM l?
?ixporiei io Berega and Mellad aetrs. WBo a artata
cunes on, lui iliiii.inl for ihc. pr?? looa in? I ill laorO-BM
riipniiy. bereen ivory one ottaebeo MOTO v.Jue to a
gootttva ?t.ir.iiiiri ti.m. t.. pitpT, and the latir the egg i
ejtnin of th?' n medy for tho se mit v of inetnl-t, the
longer .lo?* the ei um I i?r. uinl the M MO MI-MI OMI li
he. .mu -tl.ett.r. dated I'lilladelnliiii. Jan. f, UN.
Siibse.iiieiilly, afl.-r the Hank wai had be?
come hotter, it was an gneering f??Kr't bj which
a Jackson lVinocrat was reeogaiaed, to carry
about, and exhibit ;i piece of fO-d. .And this
.it a tim.? when bank note.s were ci.nvi iiil.1.?
int.? ?ji cic on .leinaiid ! If g paper fabric of
$l4BfiimABB circulation, i 1,7,00? 1,0(10 deiionits,
and fiQ-StjOOOfOOO loans, could be erected in
1817 by means of a system of free bauktuff on
B basis of about $5i),0W,l>H', all fold, of gold
and silver in tim country (leafing out coins
less than one dollar), what sort of a structure
may wa expect to rear by the MUM process on
a basis of $ 100,000,000 Iggal-tendef notes, even
with the utmost zeal on the paitof the public
to anhange the tftag promises of the banks
for the lit.?, ena ieg(M less removed, of th^
United Stnteel
- - - -_.?. . .
A Bl SIS 0 THE JllhlE, AFTEB SESTENCE.
The ill opinion of rogttge for the law is pro?
verbial. ?Mr. Winchester Hritton has had the
fairest of trials, and the amplest opportunity
to adduce evidence in his own behalf. He boil
finally been found quilty, anti so he straight?
way lulls lo railing af the jii(l0'e who pro?
nounced the sentence. Whoever cares to KO
liey.ilid the printed evidence to ascertain what
manner of man this criminal District Attorney
was, ueed look no farther than to the con
f.i?. ?1, vulgar and insolent communication ad?
dressed to (?overnor IMx, which we print on
the fifth pair? this moruing. The man
who could d?lib?r?t? ly write that letter mels
no other licenser. He liiert his own status.
The document, however, is not without Ita
uses, siuce it gives us an invasion for pointing
out what hax been a marked feature of tins
trial. After the evidence was all in and the
arguments had been heard, Hie ptosecutors
had the decency to let the Judge alone. Not
so the arraigned District-Attorney. The pro?
?nie which he and his friends continued to
bnug to l?car np?>u the Governor was sonie
tliit.g far beyond what has boOO witnessed in :
any previous case of any sort during llnv.
Dix'?* administration. Delegations from the
Dintrirt-Attorney were constantly in Albany,
all manner of men supposed to have friend!v '
relations with the (iovernor were In-sieged for
letters or b.iil^ere.l into promising to have
personal interviews on Ihn suhject. In one
word, the conduct of Mi. Iii mon ami his
Iriends was precisely what might have been
OgpeaBB- from a party led by the author of
ihn insolent letter to (? ?v. Dix pegged hy the
. lunn ?-?.-.ii ?ml iliigiaced District-Attorney.
Ur. Mu' ;.<>ii vapors in a gitimlihiuiKiiit but
vague way about appealii W> the people. We
can give him a bint, which ho may find of
value. Mr. Tweed and Mr. Genet latoly ap?
pealed to the people, but another verdict
interferid with their political honors. If
there is to be any question about pr?c?dent?*
in this case Mr. Britton may dismiss any
uneasiness. Hu commitment to Ihe jail to
which he properly bclougs would not be post?
poned like Tweed's ami l?eiiet's till after hi.
election. The less space he contrives to occupy
in th.- ?public eye 1 ii sonic timo to come tho
better oil ?he is likely to '.<'.
THE OAEDIE* OIA.M' oi'J'liiiM..
So many elaborate boesee, ?erlginating io tin .
country, have impound upon men of seien.<. it
?boase and ?abroad, thal Am?rica has gained in
Nome m?riers an unenviable reputation. It
would be tedious lu cininicr.it-' these im|xni
tions-from Koike's Moon Hoax down to the
('ardill' (ji.ml- for scarcely a week passes
that a ni w one is not ?Started, getting
inore or less of a neMspaper run according
lo ils ingenuity. The latea! of these we
have seen, is an absurd story that l>onati,
the. Italian astronome:, ?had his ?f-alli hastened
by fright ?it the discovery that {ha 6arTh was
approaching the sun *fajk BttSUSpoCSed rapidity.
HO that we Shi-;.*, ail I,,? burnt up witina Im
years or imi,.about. Prof. Agassiz, speaking
.bQ'-it this dam of hoaxes, while cxpresning
indignation at ?theil aul hors, made the remark
that "aller all, if ?i scieniilic student H htiin
" bugged by them, be must Ix- himself to
" UMSO."
lint whatever may lie tho bad cmfta-nce of
Ainerfca jn these inventions, it is now utterly
distanced and eelipaed by an Oriental perform?
ance. Our artificer oontonted himself with the
manufacture of one ?gypsum ?stetnej the in?
genious Selim ?I Qari of Jerusalem has fabri?
cated ?i whole museum of antiquities-idols,
vessels and pottery-inscribed with writings
and ?Phenieian charaoton, and crusted, appnV
remly, willi the evidence of age, The
Brat collei tKUI was sold to the flor?
in in C ivernuient, the Museum of ?Bestia
heilig ?regarded ?as ?fortunata in securing the
prize for 18,000. The productive powers of
tho Jet usait in factory seem lo have been
stimulated by the Qcrmnn gold, and what is
known as tim Bhapira CoUeetien was gradu?
ally brought together. Th.! collector troin
whom it was named, If, Shapira, appears
rather as the dope than the aoaampliea of ?tha
impoetnre. On these curiosities the in?
scriptions count by the bundled, the, ckar
BCteri ln.ing similar to those of the
famous Moabits atone. As for the vases, and
ligures of auinials, and rudely executed stat?
uettes of men and women, and fragments, and
disks that might bo coins or might be
tOSSeim, there is no end ol' them. In fact, the
prodigality of the supply from the faithful
.Selim inn! something to do with suspicions
thal gradually began to cloud his fortunes.
Tho second collection became the subject of
more searching Investigations than the first.
The .secret was well kept, however, while
from timo to time during two years past, a
Christianized Jew furnished these varied treas
?nree nbich be ptoCeeeed to obtain from an
..tan. The process known among mining
?prospectera aa "salting'' waa successfully at?
tempted) and tWO Gerin iu travelers were
duly ?escorted to a spot in the land of
Moah, where they dug for themselves
some fragments Of pottery. Profound
loan lag was brought to bear on tLe products
of S'-lim's arl. Under spectacles and micro
lOOpce the relations ol the ligures and devices
to astronomy and nature-worship were de?
veloped, and in abstruse BBonogmphc the ap?
propriateness was set forth of" supposed
representations of the deities of l'hcnicia.
Olio great obstacle was constantly encoun
lered ; the inscriptions in all cases proved
undecipherable. It was on this rock the im
po-till'e split.
The details of the discovery of the fraud
nad somewhat like a chapter in the Arabian
tales. |f, (?annean, l'r.nch Consul at Jeru
sal. ni, who has for many years made the
?antiquities of Paleetine an object of special
study, raeogniaed In the Inscriptions a certain
peculiar way Of making the l'heiiici.in charac?
ters-as one might recognize hainlwiiting-as
being that of a man who had Copied some de?
tails for lum from tho Moabite stone ; M.
Gsnnoan having kept the copy. The
man was a ?painter by profession, and
had made a living by daubing bad
Xeoby/antino pictures for Creek pilgrims.
The atetaos, M. Qanneaa thought, tins
painter, Belim c1 Cari, might have made him?
self; but the vases bon.? evidence of tho pot?
ter's skill. So M. Qanneaa made quiet
Inquiriia among the potters of Jerusalema and
at last found, in tho shop of Iladj Kahui el
Mahl? near the Damascus gate, one of the
workmen whom Selim had employed in the
manufacture. Many of the details of the
business are given in the wonts ol' a young
apprentice : he speaks of " ?.tat?es of men,
" dogs, and women, with noses, hands,
" feet, and breasts, the whole covered
"willi writing." He carried some of these ntnl
the vases and disks from the pottery to
j^tyojfr bouse. One of the statues was so hot
that it burned him. These journeys were
made after dark; and we t|| see in tin;
boy's stoiy that he had more than the feen
natural to a follower of Islam in dealing in
graven images. Finally, ho saw the objects at
?Solim'e house plumped into the cauldron where
a hot ?solution of saltpctei gave them the evi
deuces of antiquity.
Surely we may say willi Carlyle, this is lin?
age of ?haiiis.
How ?ruMening is the knowledge that Mi. Ki.skin
looks BpoB tins city with a murderous ?mil an auni
hilatiiiK eye! "I should like So de-troy without
rebuilding tin-t'ity of New-York. ' says he. frith aa
nirot thirsting for foreign Kure st ana ly to be ex?
celled, lu fact. New-York is to hiui o red rug of
extraordinary dimensions. He can't upeak ot our
creal rebellion without observing " that war, hav
itig washed all the salt out of the nation in Mood.
?laftAaBSstea te shs pattafsettaa aad 'he morality o?
Now-York!-' However, it in good to know (hat we
are not the orly creatnr.-.s ft.wai d whom Mr. Itii-kin
entertains violent iwutimcnt... foi ni The I'all itu'l
OassMshe han lately issaasfesda m u pest-el manner.
" There are uitmbers of the people I -I .ml.l liku to
murder.'' A? tor New-York, we submit that he ?M
?ratherungrateful. ?riaes.if noose to natteveMr-J.
.1. JitrveH. it WAA he who ?tiinul ?ti-.l bv Ins hook
into vehement and fiaiiiient activity ntot ot writers
here who tormented nore I y vthatevei BStistB in?
curred their eell-llie.
Importer* lu BSBBBa SSSm SB be Kelt ?li? .leapei.ite.
One of tin ni makes the followinii snggi'Minn tullis
ft-llow-HiiiIerern: "Keep y oin loreign accntitiN in n
-.|..ii.ite net of heshs. and, au fast on foreign ac?
counts aro mitt led ami hfjfa BBSiahaaoiss la ?old.
burn tin- luniks and paper, leinung theiefo, and in
foiinthe CaUsaSSrat the time of each iiiiportatioii
that Bash is your iiiteuti.m. Small SashSBmybs
Um-d, and thsCahna burned ofrener. .VU neixliul
lin-itioraiida. auch pt kind, quality, and cost of ^.U,
ami by whom shipped, could he prnatirvint in ot tier
h'.okt I,, lil m . i,Hi.-i hv tU<. HUlS?l't'.'l UlUI-K'if."
MUSIC ASP TH? 5555L
MITMC.
OHKNIM? OF Till' (ll'ltKA SBAfD*
The Spring W-H^OII af the Academy of 11M*M
BBWM4 laat uigtil Willi V.-MI'M fine "p,.,, "f "Am..?
pi inliie--rt will. tin. BBBBaaSBSi tu?- H nu, BOSaoey, aadlB?
Mino HiTMivif ?. Orlttrh ytiato it mi 4i H limitant "ff%., -
Um BSrllBB PBBt <>f um Wiiilii. hu l>! Vtu-ntc, out nu
?aoaaeed for tin? reta ?u ?MsmerSa,bmm *_*, M. k ,,H|
una..!" lo ?li,/, i ii J M Minnel f I .i'?!,|i_I,, t?. Mu? amml
' N.iti-ifiufmti (?f ?UM eadfSliee, npiK-nre^ ?ft p,^ erig?a*
part. C .millerin,, tint '-Arila" It ney ],"".,, !
uovelt., til?. BtlBflNUiHM wai irnlto a, mPtm /
ennlil n-tnoiiiMr BBtB heen tAptOtOO, ),.,? t^
himno was not full, M4 K I- < vid'-nt ?Ii.,! mon n |"r-tl
imiiilit-r of t'K.yf |v-r*iiiii who rilli omi? ?Au n,",n? *,
faHil.mnl *'iiil?enient. Witno.it nmi-h reijiM ?or t^
?cn'-i .1 merit of UM fmnrtiirm ities,, IKI BtaraotBM mm*,'
ron,pi nnnte for the ebOSSee of Mi,??. IflMeea "Alia*
ana not eaes ana asset?! w>i<.<??hm>????i tem ragat. M
tin-Ktrti?.- hn.?<M."iH WWt Ott ?Bl 'Kxitlv inirjv | au, ?,' "
ban li. fur. , 'ni! BBBBS auditatoiBota woto _*inSB88ka
nntin.il rBSaN ol Hie nmeh lrav.-.rng und hti elna?
Bbeul win.-ii tin-, loininnr but i? en fon-ed toeade??
Ililli Will W<?HI Oil lft.1 H ?l?,|||,I nlgtll. On aaW'OWkO
li.iu-l. MS pilli ipi'} arri-.N of tia ,?i r^tiim i.
n? in aacsMset ?aoadtt-oe, sad cart ree*?reif ,
eoi IB .i ?rate ni" on BOBBtas 'H' "i ara MM fe esa
pC'rlfll III p;iin ilii, w .i'i lill? i-MII r I -? ,,tj f-^
tolda Bass ii" hal Pea Torfe, smou te Ba n m m |k
lient voue, nu I la?t BtgBI le? MI 11 [, . | ,._ .
forirt In tim ch.irlt t?T ..f Wttttermr?, ?. ,, ig |, . mmu Ht..
"(eie-ti- Mfi," with more l'un Bia Baosl beritysai
[MB?, an.I BMktBS Hie Bttlra r?. t . -, .rk il.l.? f",
prcd-ion, fTiin.-fiKin, Tn'l "],],,, '.{ Rimal
iiuai, im' if.i bec pan ami, < ,
l.i.-Ut mel .1. 11, "c, an I . of _
romei charra in h r pet aseaos i..r M-IH ,".,
dl-l MUM Cat? f.tll li. I .w WOt hu.:, |.v,.? ", fj .
lirst am?uin|.ti m of Hu rh.iri.i r "i .i",utn, .. A'tx."
' (akin* it-ill in Bil. la moir hrViantiy perf,,, ,,"-1 i ? *.,,
any other ,,\,-, ra which !, ia ht N pi i ?ai ?spas ttin So*
York uta*, f .r miny ji ,in,ii.|.| || ?til iM- i u< (Klf.,_. _
BBS iiinti'iiii, i?i i.il to It-iiiih--- Mi rttiaV ?,?>, ?|,onM
I ivl.-li neiii? -, Md taetS Bad tagOOBtty la Wa ,.,,"- wty
uin.n"i.i!i.a.i"iin" It will IM ?repeal I tearaena, asa"
nu Friday Mme Nlhmoti will mike tin -pp?.?r?tiee i?
" Lucia."
MADAME paMMpnoae ann "UM ma."
The following letter w.t? mitten I.KUIBS
Parep-i B -?i t" I'mi Ella, who end iTim-d t : ... u
her fii.m prodaelog w.um-r'n .. Lobeea nt, uki ,M
ear raedera will raaaeatber,oka wat t'> Be? ..ii til
honor of h .-I ne line out Bl Dray I. nu- tin, ipi .- TM
ererb h.-w aai r bees BUS "i K i . ?; : tod, IB uxbithii
ofti'ii bees prmiil-ed. Malaiin- Bem liiteiil.-I altar?
wmd to ?five It III nie Tinted Mate* :
"Ho. io BT-unraoa ( ?san ??M1. MAILA II?t. w ,?
N r. J' I J (
"DrAii MR. KI.I t: M my thunki for y.nn km.I MtSl
Lut w.-.atiii.it oi.-i ..m |.iui?< now, m,.i ereiythieg ia
w ?rliiii?; will for n rr>- ?it.ii? e pr?i lui lion of ' l.i'i '._,riu.'
'lut pride .md uinnur iiropre ?uv in II, and my iiii-'m.d i*
MUI-JI ? R.MXI ,i n . .,?a ki i t it I era aare he will Min o'!
m nu.-?, na h?- Bee ?i?,m- m ether v-ry ii.tM ?iii rn-ik?. yon
um-l I tim. lull. I ?. wen lue li i ? t to plod ti i In A ni. Mci?.
on u tr.iveuiu tour, nerer i>? leg mon ibe I ?... tot w?
III one [lUoi-, itn.l h..voi - !!!.? Ui-iimo | to Inn i win? h
h tot thies io*in .ii-?- ii-,?m UM io nu- albor, nut,.?? i ieii
you, we pro.lu.-cil -.M-iiiit:- ol futuro,' 'Ob ? a.'
1 lii-us journe?.-,* Bud pUjred ' Don Olovenal* Bod'D r
K.ri.-riiii ./.' for the Ont une le BogUah, T..-- ,.; eo8
ii_riit werta le ptudeee. ai y..u kuow, ao I nalljr eaa uni
auiitjiw. We will do our beet-we cetiBot do . r md
ali du- profesa! >n '.?ni reap i id, I net ion, lo b, i if int.tr
rated m esr effort*; end w< will HIV?' etber operas
?Mu. h win appeal to th?- Brlllab pabH . Ife bav. rr-k???.'
alone our OWD llaid-?- II HI ?1 lun.n-y to ?..."I.i . i 1. i.ll-l
open la e proper we i In England, ao If wa \ig? [, n*t
0 ir n-piii.ition in briogla/i out 'Loheogrio,' n mu*?
have Mime; good hOSIa r.> Uand "ii or wowld Bd lo It.
1 will nit I OKI- your fri.iidly letter t.. Carl, Inn li, beta_| a
i'i II-.-.1J11, I do nut fnink le i will li.ivi h -. |. i .. mili I,
WBO,BotanB '"i" linton, ?A.mid never givr i ' Wktk
rerj beetoonpliMOBte, ami boptaayoa will tend rae .
plot;! alum. '.I tv I:.-II a',, I win lu JfOU (,'. TO iii?: ' I. .ii. i. _ri iu'
K eifitl, 1 r.maia, tout it rout.
"Ki l BBU8BWI I'AIII : A B0S4."
THF. DRAMA.
B.Milli'-. nil'.Al'KR - MADAM JAN\I M IIK.h
It wa? in (li t?lier, 1S70,' nt the Acadi-my of
Music, that M ni un Jan iiia.ciiek Iii.-', acted in 1 ..*n*n
SBWBB, uti.-a U n it H.v Kii-rliHli liin_rnii_.'e. UM liol. '" ("ta
that tim. , won BSBtBSBSS BB? fame, Iii (?. I m.iii UrnuiA.
on th.? Ainerle..n aiugr. H.r DBSerwfe. hei Mi ile. 1, uodl
her Jfi-iiy Stuart - olirir n ter pinni iiiiri. r. v. hillturn at
human pas.lori, and ini--r\. 1} h.iilt if not alua)., tlnelr
itiil-hed work? of art- li.ut shuivn her to ba a ?treal
BSSN8B. She had practically learned, how crer, tbet m
win a Kr. it jiopiii.u ^u. ? BBS MM BSSSS _B__at ipssli to tbe
people lu B 1.1 ti.-:mi_-o that th'- BOeall ni .I. roland. Hha
ili'liTiniii.il to bSSS BsaUShl AS made ma attempt,
mid, In a lein.irk.i.li i-Uoll tune, Hhe iuctrtede.l. Her
llt.-it KtiKllih part wau a trnnnl.it .iii of her (i.-rnuui
Deborah, and i? arm a trniinpli of (.iw-akitu- un well aa
.ii iitilf. The till? f, if not Hie stile isSBOBI of In r ?.p? o?
tileu Van rijinu ?ill? lif Upou lii-t? ? urati? u? ? . I/.' lU.iO |
but they did not i m-, k her iir.ik- .:i-n und
thor did no1 mar ha BMOaSBl of UM pope
lar heart, bur e then el..- han h'-cii Betlan *S
..v.-r flu? oouiiiiy. 8B?-M -Btghl li- 8SS| t tar id-aba
boa 1,'iiiiii'd an Blaeat pi rta t ?aatstj ??; iii" nee ?loee
of the Kiurli-Ii tom?n.-. The i?,-i.'.,i an un >-, loot algal. 0?
Doutt*! Theater, mad? (lil- tit ulv mt IfOt, ?ad
t lii;i i lil ililli', led the IMBest anli ipal.i.llt ?i.i li eh?; t?rt
Ill-plied at tlieoiitt.eC of her BagttOb MrOM Mad Bl
j inriii-.'ii? k n pi?, a red in A four-eel play, ean?tfi
'. caaaaejf "fold," based M toe aovel el ?. u.aei
Hou-e,1' by CBaitsa Masaas, sai am ?mssasaM h.-roia
Hie (intime! and Widely contr i-te i p.trt? of I.itdg
Dalluil. aud ?Imtenii. "(.I.-I.'V W....I I?, appar?
ently, the woik of a BOnOS -lir-litls .n Jil.iiute.l W)
the icchnie.ilitit'ri of ataaa i'?'ii-tt it- lim, and ?till mc
-.l_.-htly at-i|iiii,t:t< .1 0 li i. CM i \ thin.- . IH UMI l, BBa?BI
to a ?nod piaj . ttOOQ OOtt Oom 0 lOtO OOO bOBS thru??
through the WOrka ..: BM I ..f pma- r bel a large* pato
aaaaoTor aeea thaa iBat wbkb fiuttered end flaopal
through "Bleak Baaa " apea tala aeeeataak It
IK au oiitrutre to ina'ti. ut the hotieit and
geed work of ait ?Hier II ai., a? the unknown ?lU'lmrol
.. I lu ?m y Wold" tiov in,iltl? ali d tin- horn H an l ?Dod
work of Charle- Dickeii?. IVe wish to . xprc-s, with uu
. iluivoc.il di-liiietlie-s. .in iin?iualift d coiideiniiallou ot
Hu-d. ama. ft la a Biaaa at* laigtdlli aad platitui.- it
con--.?ti i liii-tly of carpenter M -ii.->i and ?Unill talk;
it dl-tort. tin- ihiiiui .? i-, and it l~ attlee the novel, ?ni
areartM the Uateaer. Ihi good that menta ia na sal
-laui-e tuiiil.i gHSBBBSSU-f throiitrh rt." trapping? of
gabble .?nu.-, o' loiilii, fr?'U. in kiu.t. Teal ia
BSanasssa un. si tue ui"-t ?ssoip^ssisi
? raviugi of pat! e t_n-t>', -the di-ire for nlu^
min,n ?t the n.lorn,n? sapesta of .ioru.iaio
tii.torv.-v.iw t* ?Maand i>> ali ?isaaan otu
know the novel upon wbieli tt IB f rinded. Taat utival
t'Otubiue? B *ad ami iraijio lave experience ; u uifstery;
an iuacrutable old lawyer: asunpieioa? drteelin; h
coiitra-t of hura nu.1 low life ; a wurdi r; au Invc-llfta?
ttam aiiumboi of lin. U Unisbed eliaract'-ni, ixith ?an
ou* "and carato; Bad several remarkuMy weird aad
uBBldllB l.tiHb" ?il-H-e. luterior*.ami th??itn.al ubl?ao?!
and there I? a haunted atinoniiliert- over the whole of ii.
Ttieie BB-SSSatB, m B far i tf ve) . foi" a -uniteitlon of
Iheiusi-lvi s ihro.iwh the BBjaSSn MSBSSlBa of 0*>
ida atar sa?iasassi Baa asasaatraa Baaa Oana saa8>
aolata talc ,u Be ?Act Bfoa tin BSSBC mmd. enco a
work i? foully unworthy of the li?k'h powen
of Madam Jauau-hee*. Th. tkrOJOtl b*' ?8
pre-.nt Mi. beautiful, stately, -ad.leDed ladv. and -he
M,.i rlsti. viu.lKilv... lualuuant, and ulterir wuked
Hasafc Tintas ??th were made to live, io the in ewe*
tiber?? of Mas 'he Kuct-aa wa? one of ver*?i lilt j and
\iu.uy. Um. all that Hadare Janaiwchek did, lu do
ptettaa taara Boseoa%?M ?h? iu. r.-t lasBan ?J c"n"
Ittil-'.ii wiih ?liai ?bi doe* .u a work of dramatic art?
Aiioiio ?ilsglaa m -A cakaagja ?asrdM ??uid ?asl ha a
?^?darasaetaala thau jauau-*heb sattni "' ''t'beaney
Wold " l'Ue play wa? well set. The lmajtiuad?? au*
tlelitate palattas of ?Mr. Qle___iuK wen? rvp?? ally n
nattai lu the SaaaS of the churrh-y-ud tu?- n,?*
aiehel Noah dMtiUkU^beU bnaelf bj ? ?. O 8u? per
rearaaan of J?< *iu**> Ak-ue? ?..u-iti-'u pi*)?d
-u.iAr. at lb? S/raSM i.ardi u. mar ?_t?e?
veura *???, (lie Lx-ui ?tace ban not offmd m
?better t>|M. i.y a weana. ?>' Sa*>_SSB miaery?'
Ulm ?H? pnvuted b> thl? eareful iM?d aeiiaisi?? aai
re?a. Mr. lane h acted fiiIAi?iiiA?#-M. and WL? happUT'
alala but uot ?kaaaa ihe pat.e_.io ?HalnsBa***kan
tleraiae bad been completely exhaonteil. ?Mr. *****
nut eaeellentlv frtKld and rripeeUbl*, a? ?"". IrieeWnr
Deaio.lt, and Mr Wheelock did all Hwt U* V'-?> T**"
in,tied li:?., !.. ?lo wilh the chara, ter ul BuaktB. TbO
drollery of ouytap. played by Mr Vale??. e?ok?ii aBBO
laughter. Madam J au* nae beb waa rreeted with rnthe
..KMii. flotveii. and a glad w.dcotu?. The c*|?lul ally o'
Auierl<?a i? worthy ol aaaiag th? (tial.neiuiihcd l??tT >?
nonieililii? ('Hier than the wild pin rUitle? that ?atufy
the provincial itegi'? ??d *? ?iu?t tnat the pie**?*
IriflniK with her rreai UlenU aad brillant r.-puiatloa
nai apei dily caaae.
Wilkie rollins Kiiil? for Knghmd in ?boat s
fun night He ha? been at work for neioral werkt upoa
a ttorv wlnrh he will read at the Parker Meuiorl*1 ?
Itoaton. on Tridar eronln* aei' Itla ?BSSSSBksng
pathetic in 8B-BSB88-B. and U eiubotTv Ibe aalU-W a Pt*
vidai view? upou fa In..-.

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