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FOUNDED BY HORACE GREELEY.
MONDAY, AUGUST 9, ISSI.
SUE NBWB lUtS MOBNINQ.
Forvigv? John l?rin'iit, in an addresw at tho Man?
b?ou Hoatsa osi rjatnrday, rjarnost?jr supported
th? Irish Laud bill. -??: - Ths Oo'os news?
pa*XT has beco et pended \>y the ?t??
aian Government fot exposing abusos in the
KiiHsiun N';i\v. =3 A meeting In fu?'.r taf repeul
lug tin? l'a p.-ti QnaBTMt-sSS law iva.- Jic.d m Uumu
yesterday.-\V. li. M. Christ io bus bien ap?
poiuted ?-troiiotncr Baya, of (Jr.?at Britain,
DoMisr?i.- ? he l'i'esi-l? nt onPm.ed I,? make ?>at
isfaotoij progress kowi rd recovery yesterday. -
Basada sa* Indianas ars scjonring Ne r-Mexwoj serions
tron?lo i.s anticipated. ' The DenTex and
Rio Cru'iile Railway li.is eompleted its extension to
Ciiiiini-on City. == ? m? stire and nail mill
of the Old Colony Iron Company, at East
Taunton, MfT.. was destroy! I by fire;
loss estimateli at ?100,000 to $.?00,000 ;
partially insured.-The ?strike of the driver
boys anil Satis pickers of the BttSqnehaniUI Coal
Coaapsiiy, at Nanticoke, l'en::., eontinnes. s=
Generili Botest Patsersoo died at ins hotne inPhila
dalphia, lio Oregon and China Mercar tile
Company hati filed articles of InaXdrporati ui at Port
CRI ami SCBl/RiUN. -The ???. Dlf. Howard
Crosby lectured on the "Work of the Society
ior tho Prevention of Crime" last night. =-==?=
Tin? sexton of the Fourioe'itli Street Prest??
te r?an Church WtM found do;id in the Sun?
day-school lilirary room yi.stenlay. ?
Kotivitlisiandjjig tho tUssgicinahlii weather, the n?
Boita in tin? neighborhood of New-York wan >m li
patronized. = Details <?f an accident to tho
Grand BepabUe Fiiilay sight w< IS obtained.
Tiik Wats iitKH? Tkiim nk loeal obaaorationa in?
dicate ?light changes in temperatola and partly
cloudy woi?:lier, with occa-ionnl rain, foUowsd l>y
fair wetithcr. Thorrsomotcr yesterday: Hijilicst,
82? ; lovrcdt, 6S? ; averaere, 73???.
President Garfifld's condition continues to
be satisfactory to his physicians. They wore
not at all troubled by the increase in his
pulse and the rise iu his temperature yester?
day, regarding these oft-recurring symptoms,
no doubt, as the result of the heat aud of
weariness. His appetite i? good and he sleeps
eoundly without the aid of morphia or other
There is additional rea?on .in tho latest
di>p;t1iht ? ft-om London for the belief that the
Gladstone Cabinet will not accr-pl. tho amend
ments mah? by tlie House of Lords to tho
Land ball, ami that a dir.ct issue will bo mail
with the Lords by tho Commons. Tb? result
of mich a contest noaid not be a mailer <>r
iruesswork. Th? Lords wOl back down.
They always do when they find tbe popular
body is ?li'tcMiiiiusl not to rialti.
It is miiaii.- rappoaed thrit th? Catholic
Church ia ;i despotic in???tituti'??.!, enforcing
strict diecipline opon the meraben ol Ita
priesthootl, and settling all uiapntee by the
dictum of high ecHe Masticai authority? Yet
two piii-sf,-, irivo been tpOaJTelling fur week*.
for the poaMMaOa, of tho Church of St. Sian
ishius, in t'iis city, and neithei Card .rJ nur
Bishop baa interfered up t?? thi? tine. The
curious conrroversy hinges upon the fact that
a majority of the congregatkm speak tl ?
Lithuanian tongue, and refusi' to acci'pt a
priest who preaches in l'olisti, a kindred buf
If <l?e theory of the police iti correct and the
Brooklyn Sexton Osborne eomuiifted suicide,
h?* showed an odd fancy in his dioico of time,
piace ami mean? for rAtpptng off into the next
world. To fasten the doors and windows of a
room in the Church, gpaet tbe gas elove and
produce seek a stench ? , t.. drive a portion of
the worshipper? away fron the Sunday err
rice*, mi certainly .'? novel manner of
hilling himself. The .?UTuativo theory is
that Osborne was drunk ar?d knocked over the
?tove by accident, but in that case how did ho
manage to scure the iloors and windows so
carefully 1 Whether he waa b??nt on aelf-iuur
der or meant only to sleep oft' a drunken fit,
the Sextain's death is probably not an event
which will be greatly deplored by tho congre?
An important connection between pure sci?
ence and piactical farming waa established
something more than a yi'ar ago in New-Jer?
sey, when the Agricultural Experiment Station
was founded. Uniler the eftlcient direction of
1*1 ofe-soi Cook and hie corps of assistants in?
vestiga ti on ? on many subjects of immediate
intensi have Wen carried on, and their results
widely disM-tmnated by means of occasional
bulletins through the ?State press. A much
wider fii-ld of influence, diivet and incidental,
will bo occupied when the progressivo l'ai ers
of the State appreciate the v.due of the Sta?
tion and imite under its guidance iu QaJBg
it as a nictlium of intercom man ?cation, to make
a more comprehensive and thorough ser?es of
experiments tti.?n can be coniluctcd in any sin?
gle location. It would seem, also, ? 'tat New
Jeraey legislator? might profitably consult the
Agricultural Department ol the State when
they feel in a humor to develop iv.our-ts ol
one kind ot another.
With a hotel containing Cls room.* and sur?
rounded by verandas ??her? a regiment night
manoeuvre by plaUuin front, gachawavy 0M now
enter the race of compi ri: u with Coney
Island as a imp?ber resort fot all aorta, of pao
ple. Id one wing of the big hotel ii?o halli
and rooms are provided wiih beattrts, a] pan??
tus, so that they can be used in wint<?' Lf dc
aired. A aaaj aid? hotel for w.i.ier gue is is
bot a aovelty, for there are tliroe or four in
Atlantic Ciiy that do u good btuhMta tho year
round. Perbnrsj Rochaway Beach, like the
ftnW*r * ater?:ig-pluce, will be found to pos
re*-? peculiar ndv - ?es m ?? irinter resilience
fox invalids. Ani who knows that it will not
. ?y become r sliloti ibi ? t'> make? eX0tU>
/??(?ins (iti ???? ii: ,'. rid-..;' .-(;. on to M.0 the
? in :i iiuy . _
The prosperity of the numerous auiniuor r^
sJo Ig Ihfl Ni -.iii'si-j cnu:,; has given
rise t<> :i project Eoi blinding ? milroan? ? rt
,?? begeht t<> ni the, with tho ronde now in
existence ; continuons line 'ill the w?y iron
Sandy Hook to Cape May. Such ?: road?
ig in view ol the ooean for a liun
dtt'd and -liiy milea, and crossing nu
ts bays and tnlets? would be -?re
to cenine a popular route for pleasufe
bravel. One of Its eflects would bo to
bring those attractive iratftrinaj-plaftsii Atlrtntio
City ami Cape Mu.', within die rangt oi New
York patronage. Another would be to build
up many new resorts iti ??? region bet-wi .
Bea (?m and Atlantic Cuy. The leu? atrip of
clean sandy beacb separating Barnegat J?ay
fron tin? Atlantic would affiora almost limii
leai room for the growth of such resorts.
In the eon tro veray >?.' 11 ? ? ? ? has arisen between
General Sherman and General Haien respect?
Ing the promotion of iinn-ooininisaioned offlcers
Of the Signal .Service, l!ie Attorney-Genera]
Ride ? A.iib General Hasen, and gires an official
c?>in?iiii which ong] t to end the matter. It is
oertainly for the good of the Signal Service
thai the Inducement of a ooniniiaaion should
be held out t<> the a^ergeanti who ?Jat-uguieh
themselves by their alleatine attainments and
by their devotion to the dut ice o? the oorpa.
General Sherman, it seems, would like to bring
the Signal Service directly und? r bis orden
and to have Ita personnel made ui> by details
from the Arn.y ; but the Attorney-General
holds that, like thi engineera. it ta ? separate
co; ?is, whose chief has some measure of con?
trol over the appointment of lita subordinante?.
The more this Important branch of the public
service is frt" from military red tape and
regular army jealousies the more ffldent and
popular it, is likely t ? become.
The Hon. Galusha A. Grow, in an interesting
ti'lk reported in another column, suggests a
change in the Constitution, In order to relieve
the I'resivient of tho enormous and grow?
ing toad of executive duties devolved upon
him. Mr. Grow would limit the appointing
power of the Presiden! to his Cabinet, the Foreign
Ministers and the Judges of the United States
Courte, placin ; the task of making s?lections
for the subordinate offices of the Government
in the hands of tho heads of Departments.
Still initiier to relieve the President) the c.v.
Speaker would make the ? lee-President a
member of the Cabinet) and put upon him the
dull of deciding a large class <>f comparatively
minor questions eonin g np for executive de?
cision. This would give the President tine
to attend to our foreign rotations, and
stndj Importan National questions apon which
he has to mai e recommendations to Congress,
with much mere care than he can possibly
givo to them umici? the existing sysl urn. At
presen' the Chief Magistrate is an overworked
olerk during perhaps one-fourth of his timo
and a weary listener to applications for offloe
during nearly all the rest of bis working hours.
The duties prescribed by the Fathers of the
Republic l'^r the President of three millions of
people have proved t<> be a monnteinous load
for tho President of iiftv millions.
MVNICIP.11- r- nil?ENS.
The Subject ol municipal indebtedness and
taxation has never possi fully investigated.
Indeed, the difliculties of such an inves?
tigation ere so many ?ml ?c gr-'iit?the
chief of them being the indiilbreucc, indtapo
s?ioa or incapacity of municipal officers-?that
it has generally 'teen thought Impossible to
obtain information even approximating to the
truth, except by an inquiry conducted and sup?
ported by Dui ed States authority. Supi rin
tendeni Walker hai made : ? igorous effort to
overe?me the manifold diffloultiei of the work,
and the powers conferred upon offlcen of the
census gave the inquiry local? uluble advantages
iti twanpartaon with any other ever mad? in
that direction. Mr. Porter, the agent having
charge of that division <,:' the oenstut, had
mudi es nest efforts in the same directi? ?,
prior to his employment i? an official pacify,
and was thfrofore aware of the diffot?tioa to
be overcoi io. Borne of the resulta Ihus far
attained, with Interesting comparative state?
ne] 's egarding lo al debts ami taxes In other
countries, are given trj Mr. Porter in an ar
ti ?le in Ttho?ef? Journal of Banking, which is
copied to y. It appear-, however, that this
branch of the et tens w? k is notyei ilniSbed, and
Mr. Porter pives an estiiuate of the debts of
all nunicipa ities other than 311 cities of over
7,500population. This estimate, (225,000,000
for debts of ?ill counties, village?, townships,
school districts, ami iiti<-s smaller than those
above mentioned, will probably be. found be?
low th" truth. In the account of State debts,
too, Mr. Ports sppeara to have failed to in
cluuc very t ?rge rami which Southern sities
liave repudiated or dec?an ? invalid. ?\'.??
these deductions, however, the net debt of
States and municipalities still appears to be
These are net debts, ?k> called; all sinking
funds are deduct? d. Mr. Porter is not ignorant
Of the fact that Sttch funds are often fictitious,
or erroneously reported in order to cover tip
maladniinistra'itni ; in faSjt he thinks cities
OUght to ebolish " that wretched lelosion, the
sinking fund, with its atten.1a.it perplexities."
The important matter ia to k kw how much
the municipalities owe, and statement? ?1 real
or pretended asset*, einking funds, and other
offsets, may veil be put away by tlicinselvi s.
The reported amount in the sinking f.iuds of
311 cities is ?117491,500, and allowance for
similar funds aeems to bo made m estim?tes
of the indebtedness of other inui.icinalities and
Of ?States. But one of the greatest difliciltics
in this inquiry, which it was hoped Blight bit
overcome by aa investigation rapportasi by
United Stati l law, arises from the persistency
of many Oca oflieiaLs in reporting not what
the municipal it;' neto Uly owes, but whit they
want people to c nsider its "net Indobted
ness." It is greatly to be desired that the
completed cen, es report will help US to find
out what some cities really one. The amount
which they pretend to ow?? is quite a different
inatte??, and can 1.? ascertained without tao
machinery oi a censas
It is to be especially regretted, too, if Mr.
Porter hai not included the debts wh,ch Suites,
counties and cities h: ve pp'tended to papa?
diate. Indeed, the omission of such suns
would po far to lender this branch o?' the
esnsus a positive nuisance, ss a kind of ?fucini
recognition of the valiuiiy (<f repudiating acts.
The reduction in debt? of Southern States fron
r. I 7!.180,000 in 1870 to $11.%'??;7,<? ,> ?,,
1880 is not honest, valid or actual, and the
omission of the debt of Memphis, because the
pree'jnt local authorities pretend that lhe taxing
lustrict has no debt, would tend to give the
eonntenanes of tho Census Barena to an Li
fuiuoiiH ard impudent fraud.
The .seised valuation of real and personal
property ip tllffl rent si ?tions, as everybody |
knows, has for >eire beca another lor.n of ?
ui??ciul ?aisi?itu.'K.?i and fraud. Mr. Portvr re-? 1
porti tu toereaat of IR.3 per cent In Uto
Middle State?, 87.4 par cent in the Western
States, 109pereen1 In the Pacific Siati ?
Territories, and of T.;"1' pez cent in
New-England and 8.4 per eenl in the Southern
State?. The reperti al the ^:? ?? ? ^!> have been
deliberateli fai ?fled in order io facilitate the
swindling of creditors, in New-England, where
. "'.?m is not the fashion, ohanges In the
n.tio of asaesemenl and the ooncealmi . of
personal property in- individnahi probably ac?
count Pot the dean ase.
Mr. Porter expresses the opinion .'..it there
? a decided luipro emeni of Ute yean
in the Osea! oonduci of mnni? ipalitiei? Ju
some localitiea there luis donbtlesi been an
bouesl and actual ; i *v ? rease of deb? and of taxa?
tion. Bu1 the italistii givi ?, when centrasted
with ostiniate? previo islj pnbliehad, lead to the
fear thai ? large part of theapparenl improve?
ment luis been the result of dishonest and re?
pudiating processes. Timo has been somo
deiit paying, buta great deal more debt shirk?
ing, and we apprehend that the Municipali
County and State debts honestly due thia ?luj?
are not smaller than they were ton yiars? ago,
OT live years ago.
TEE BOUBBON METHOD OF DEBT-PATINCh.
The most amusing tiling about ihe lalo Vir?
ginia Bourbon Convention was the r?solution
embodying the distinctive principie of the
" Debt-Payers,'' as they delight in calling
themselves. It was necessary, of course, being
the debt-paying party, the party <?f public
honor, ami all that sort of thing, that I hey
should take high ground upon that particular
question. Foi, mind you, that is tin? hume
upon which they base their reason for being.
Tiny are not Bourbons?oh, no ; they don't
want to oppress the negro or deprivi1 him of
his vote; ?hey ?ire in favor of equal ami exact
justice to all men, of fue elections, a full
Mm?? .?ml ,\n honest count ; have accepted the
result? of the war and all that ; only they nie
determined u maintain (u?> honor of tin? State
bj payin in lull all her honest obligation?,
.'Did will not bear the Suggestion Of anything
in tii'4 nature of repudiation or even <>t com?
promise with creditor?, 'ihe purpose of their
OTganlzaliou is to . ui-t:i:? the honor and credit
oi' tin State and sie thai neither is tarnished
bj any tiiliii..', with or putting oil'oi tin- pi .
lio creditor. This being (he distinctivi
upon which they hold their organisation to
and appeal ?to the people, it was neces?
sary tint; they should muhe their position in
iin'.s regard pronounced and emphatic
.Ami excepl for tho fad thai moei of the.
Democratic taxpayers of Virginia are desirous
t?- evade payment <>i tit- debl they would have
found it ?m easy matter to bave passed a ?. ry
high-toned and unambiguous resolution on the
[ subject? lim the truth ? ihn? though the
Bourbons witboul exception are solicitons for
thi' l ono!? and credit of the State and are ready
to tube about it in the large?, possible manner
and to t.'ie greatest possible length, they am
imt particularly ai.xio.H t.? ilo anything more
than talk al oui it. They do not. desire to tax
themselves or to commit themselves to any
system ol' taxation which shall dri ? oll' votes
from their candidates. Hence they adopted a
resolution on the subject which, if talk were
only money, indieatos at least a capacity for
paying the public debt in that kind of coin.
They resolved with gnat .solemnity:
? bat tho iiaalawiiianaa of tfca pabilo aradli of viratala is
tin- IM. Html ,?. .?? ., tu tin- },minutimi ?if hr.r proeperHjr!
Ibaswe aeadeata rapadla! Iiw. in every shape aaa Iona,
??Hu i?i(ii apon her honor, a aiew al berperaiaaeat welfare
und on obatoole to bar ? rosreoe in wi a|th, InSuesea ani
power : ili a we win Dalo? ?? ? ?"-y effort bo aoean n aottle?
DMBtol tin- pabilo debt, v, nil tin? opaaeaa ef ber ered?
iter?, whlob !n ooooaataal ??;??? ii? r booior end dfotafed i?y
jUatfOS and soanil pulille policy] Huit It Is I'lntnrntly <\e~
alrabla aad proper that tin- aerer?] oJaaeoaoi thedebt
Bowastattas aboolilbo on|ood.oo timi eajaslrtjr, wbloh
?? .? |iii!y, Hilly'wiitri.l in Hi.? a.inn.i! paiBloill III tin- Iti?
ti ??st inni tin? ultimati r.il'nu.t OB of tini prlmlp.il ;
thai aitate* r lew of aeoarlag auoh otpuslltji wo pledge
oar party to aaa all lawful authority to eaoare .is?ttii>
?ii.-i! -?r tin sin?? debt ao timt there ahall be bal ooo
olasaof publlo debt) that we will nee all Hi?? ???G??? uml
eonatltatloaal meaaa la n.ir power toaecore aa< ttlemoal
; .'.m :ii ? h.isis nf n three por oeot bond, and ih.it the
fjousorvatlve Domoeratic party pledgee ttaoU ao portel
ii? poney eoi la Inereaae tbe prt roi rate of taxation.
.. lolutions go, this i-- a >/ery pretty one.
It starts off with the nascrtion ? f a great
principle concerning the maintenance ??!' the
? public credit, and the effect of "repudiation
in every shape und form." One would sup?
pose from ii.'? Introduction ti ? tbe party was
about to commi) Itself to absolute payment of
the siat? dein, one hundred cents on the dol?
lar. I?iif, as if this assertion of the principle
officient ;?? satisfy the stick!?!'; for the
lionoi and credit of the State, the resolution
proceeds Immediately t<? propose a settlement
of the public debt? mu dollar for dollar?
bul one "that is eonsistenl with her honor
ami dictated byjustia ami sound public pol?
icy"?and "with the consent of her credit?
ors." "With the ..nisi at of her creditors"I
This is no hundred cents proposition. Credit?
ors always fjbnaent to that. It is simply another
compromise. And this is tin? proposai of the
"Debt-Payers "I Tie resolution elaborates it.
somewhat) diluting with each suooeeding word
the original proposition to maintain the public
credit of the State, .".ml winding up at last
with the pledge " not t?i increase the present
rato of taxation." In other words, thpy pro?
pose to maintain the honor anil credit of the State
by some sort of anew compromiso which shall
cost nothing, and not increase taxation. Andlhcsc
an the men who set themselves up as tin cham?
pions of the honor and credit of the State?the
dei't-puyers par cxullnice.
These Virginia Debt-Payers are very much
like the man who .?aid to his creditor that rather
than have him lose tbe debt Ik* would always
owe it to him. Why wouldn't it have been
simpler for the Virginia I)el?t-Payers to have
resolved tii.it rather than have the public creditor
cheated oui, of his mamey the State should always
owe it to bin . That would have "maintained
the honor and credit, of tin? State "and been a
condemnation of repudiation.
A BCBOIAB O.V G I'M IC AFFAIRS.
Often the meet valuable criticisms on cur?
rent events and prominent persons in tho
world of polities come no! from men who are
in the race far popularity ami power, bui from
acholan timi thinken who view the lield from
some (jtiet point of observation, and whose am?
bition?' nee not at all bound up in the success
of hid!? ?duals or party Organisations? The !
views of fach men may bo regarded ;\# un?
practical, but tins frequently dsnonstrates
that they are in fact mor?? valuable than those
of self-sly led practical Often. Thought ful men
who are out of the hurly-burly of politics naj
see with c'earer vison the tendencies of the
tiiies than can thoat who are in the dust of
the c'intlict. The opinions Of that eminent
scholar end publicist, ex-Presidont Wootaoy,
of Vale Collect?, which wo print on another
page, c? me from sudi a source. They
will command a wide it uliem e of read?
ers, who will Igne with him on some
points end disagree on ethers, but vili ??u he
obliged to lihu fur tic flunk talk ho has had
with oui reporter,and vili real 'hat they have
pio'ii'd bv this glimpse of his ideas on many
of the Importata? Question of the day.
Dr. WooLsey hua great conf-u'-uco in Pliai
dent Garl?eld, and believes lie ia destined to
loud a now party eompoaad of the best clement?
in the Bepnbliean party and all other parties",
which will divide Ihe South and bring bla best
people to the support of right ut usures, neh
ae Civil Service Befonn and <ho education
ut the Ignorant element? of Soathera so?
ciety, blaek and white. He thinks Mr.
Conkling ?\ ill never reappear ns a pub
lie man. Vacuums, ha aptly remarks, are
li.ivil np in publics as rapidly as they uro
in nature, lie does not think Conktthg
will form a new party, ? Doanse 1?.' representa
no ui .:i,ih? upm which to establish ? ,
lie iloes not believe General Grrant's ambition
for a third term v. i I evi r bo gratified, nnd has
no apprehensions of Hie incensa >?" any sebeme
to turn the Democratic party over to the ex
Presidentand ez-Boai of X? a*.York politics.
Dr. Wonlsey is, as wo all know, an earoest
?dvoeate of exam nations and a permanent
tenure in the Civil Dm vice. His argu?
ment on this Kuhje? -, ?though not new, is
timely reading just now. Farther on ho dis?
cusse! tho evils of corrupt suffrage, and
advocate? an educational qualification for
the franchi??. He hopes tho ballot will
always bo restricted to men. National aid
to Southern school?, Immigration, the in?
crease of population, tho money cuesti?n,
temperane? varans total ahetinenoe, and
the Xew Testament Revision are among tho
Other topics flienjacd, and the interview"rloses
with a protect again?! ihe coeducation of the
sexes Ui our higher institutions of learning.
])r. Woolsey's talk is throughout ?earnest? fa?
miliar, nnreserved and to tho point) and the
reader will foal on rising from it? perusal as
if he had himself enjoyed the privilege of an
hou.'s interestinji chat with one of the forc
most thinkers of OUT times.
BANKS, BONDS AND BUSINESS.
The derrcaaS Of $4,532,500 in tin? reserve
of -peci tehl bj' the b.ttiks cause 1 some mis?
understanding when the statement of Saturday
appeared. It closely corn? ponded with the
decrease of $4,435,200 in deposita, and w:is
attributed by some to heavy shipments west?
ward, for use In movingthe crops, while o her?'
attribuii?:! it to nanipulation for the purpose
of making money tight. ? ? ; ? ^ the change In
specie reserve Is fully accounted for, I .a, '
', tliv' fact that onusually large customs receipts
rai .d the specie balanee In the Treasury from
?$72,993,906 duly 27 to $77,016,978 August
3, o gain of ?? 1,023,072 ; and second, by the
fact that over $1,200,000 in gold ?ras shipped
during the week by the principa] banks to the
interior. The bank averages, as usual, repre?
sent the condition of the bank's about the
middle of each week mure nearly than at the
week's end, ami the Main in Treasury baiarne
was math ?ill due to withdrawals from the
banks, only $200,000 having been received at
tin? Treasnry from San francisco on the 2d and
3d. The known shipments of gold by the princi?
pal bonks ?nii-t, therein'.?, have been in part bai?
?need by receipts of nearly half a million in the
aggregati by the other hanks, of which many
show a small Increase in specie reserve. Five
banks report losses of over $1,000,000 each,
while such banks as the Importers' and Trad
el's, Metropolitan and First National, v. h ich are
Correspondents of very large numbers of
interior banks, report nil increase in specie
reserve. It may be inferred that the net out?
flow of gold has not yd become large, thougfa
the Stats of exchange with Chicago Indicates
The paynents Into the Treasury, therefore,
have bi*en the chief disturbing cause, customs
receipts her?1? having been, for weeks eliding
on the dates named, M follows:
TnUl Hit' X (?olii. Ug. TSBst Silver ? Ort If.
July 7.$-'.4:;. 17 ??I'J'i.iMK) *itl,??l?i) *.?,'?<><) h.u;,,ii:h)
JulyU. Alls, ?77 '.ii:<,ihm> 01,000 :!.'?'>?' M1S.O0
J/afcrSl. ?.?.T?a.-??!?? 1,100,000 ;?t;.????t? BJOOO 1,713,00
JalySS. a,si?,lS4 MO3.00O ???,??? ?Miao ?,???,??.
????? 4? ?,30?,700 ?^??,??? 101.000 3.0???? l.sCUii^
The Treaaury paid out money In exooai of
its receipts until about the 21s1 In redemp?
tion of I omis and for their purposes, bat since
that tins has increased its balance nearly
$6,000,000, and held nearly $1,700,000 more
on Saturday than <>n Vy*edneaday. Henee the
banks probably held smaller reserves at thi
end of tin? week than their statement of
averages indicated. <?n Friday next? however,
th<! coupon live per ci tits which have not
been extended will incoile payable, nnd
Interest on then will cease. As the right
to extend these binds ceased July l, and
it was staled by -TVetteury offlctals a ? eck
after that date that the amount of coup ?
five per cents not extended was about
$15,000,000, it is presumed that the greater
part of that sum will be quickly disbursed,
beginning <>n Friday. Sudi of the registe *d
?ives as have not been extended oan be ?
at any time, with accrued ii'crest to date.
But interest on these does riot oetMO un!il
(?ciolnr 1; and SO long :ia the current rate of
interest is less than 5 Tier cent, few are
likely to be presented. During the entire
monili of duly, though the same oiler was
open, only $126,600 of th?? registered five per
cents were presented and K:tid.
In case of any stringency in the market,
such as to raise tho current rate of interest
above 5 per cent, tho registered bonds not ex?
tended would probably go into the Treasury
in larga amonnti for immediate payment.
Only about $1,000,000 of them are held for
tho banks as security for circulation ?imi de?
posits. As to the amount to be redeemed, no
late, information has been given, but our dis?
patches on the 17th ? It, gave the officia] htato
uient that doubt remained a? to tho extension
of only a few thousands at that time, the proof
not being complete that they were forwarded
in due time. Tho amount of three ami one
half per cents then issued was iji,r>7i>,:SS 1,800,
and tho debt statement of August I shows
that 8178,085,150 of these were for tho old
six per cents, leaving $:1'>?,82(>,<5G>0 for tho
live per cents. If $15,000,000 of the coupon
lives are to be paid (out of $1 18,689,760 out?
standing Augusti) it follows that 926,881,400
of tho registered lives bava hol been extended,
and remain to bo paid whenever presented, with
interest to date. This will doubtless lufiV* to
prevent any prolonged advance of the cum nt
rate of interest above 5 percent. Hut it would
also be in the power of the Secretary, if he
should deem it advisable, to announce at any
time that interest wou'itl be pah] to the ma?
turity of (lie call October 1, and such an
announcement, w.uild prevent Ihe Useless look?
ing ni> of fonda in the Treasury during
August ami September,
In view of these facts, it does not now seem
probable that the money market is likely to he
seriously disturbed, thou, h speculativo iiitln
encos may at any time mali?? money on call
temporarily 8caic,\ The rat/ of exchange
gravitates toward the importing point, audit
is believed by many of the must competetti
bankers, here, aad abroad, that import? of-old
will .soon begin. Tin? withdrawal of gold from
British and (Orman hanks for tin- Italian loan
is the only impoit.ant opposing influence. On
Ihe othai hand, the Hank of IVt rsbiirg,
anticipating exports of wheat from Basala,
has been reducing its stock of gold, ?md is
reported by th? correspondent of Th* London
Econ?miat to haavo sold ?10.000,000 francs
worth in a fortnight, of which three-fourths
was taken in Paris " for export to America in
September." Tho same eorrespondeJit explains
that " the yield oi wheat in France will be
lorn than last year's," the later accounts of the
harvest being less favorable. If so, the cur
lent repottl of a short crop here will probably
lead to earlier purchases than had Uten ex?
pected oa foreign account.
Notwithstanding tho excessive heat the vol?
ume of business last werk was large, ihe de
Ofeass in Wiriinitgai being mainly due to dul
aeas in? the stork market. Dedacting double
Uio value of Stocks sold, the exchange of lust
Weak still exceed 0600,0 ><>,000, and are above
the weekly average for Jtdy. ?aasaally large,
imports and active spec tatieai in ftmL? ac?
count for a part of tl?- tiansaetieaa, bat
there i? a reniarkahly largo bu>Lno6s fer the
leason iu all branches of traile.
They mast not My aaythiafi about the Tiw. Xr.
Cowleyin Boston after this. The ether fi
visiting members <>f the Pnafaraass of Pbarittss
were iroing shieagh Boston .inil they discovi*rod two
little boys lookaa] la cells, one ci-jiit faacaoU aid
tho oilier nino. They hai bea? charired in the
police court wish sleali"| - m pair of classes, a pass
boo!, mil some ininor artici??*." Tin? .bulge s?? ?tencod
them to the Koform BoJbBOi st D??? Island until they
WM? twenty oiio years d ???! The mother of tho
j onngeal appealed, and tho .-.amo astute Judice tsed
bet tvhlhfi bail at ?:>??. HeniiL'ht a* well have
fixed it at 830,0001. So lite little fellow with hie
not much hierher companion was committed for
trial, which rouhl not Ik? for some vm-ks. When
diseovcro?! this fearful ''air of felons hnd hwn
looked up for altoiit twenty days. TkS smallest had
never been away from bis mot !htfot a night, and
was " afraid of tl?? d,"irkne*s and of sloopine. aim e."
Our authority for these disgraceful tacts .
Ihi*ton Adrrrtiver. Now. we know \ civ w-jll what tho
Judge will >ay. Ih? merely did his doty. He simply
oliservid th? provisions of tb? law. Bight y M - St
eighty were all ono lo him. 1*0 such a doie.'u??? M this
there ia no answer. The Judce cannot must cer?
tainly be Impeached for what he baa dece. Ami yet,
looking down from hu? high [adtcinl perch eqwa
tin: little boy, only eight years old, wo think that he
might have been just a little Interested in the small
felonious phenomenon. It wontd sot hare dimin?
u? . I bia dignity a morsel if be bad avade area ut?
il 'is, bad azamined the unhappy another, bad
ic/ommanded the cuse to the noti? cut the ptaba?
. oiiicer, and had dono (?em-rally for thia
-.. ' .i,: ho would ha\o w il? ! somebody 1?> ?i? for his
? ?.'lin like eon predicament. Nogi<atctiaaa had
committed?any little boy might purloin
tridea in tb it iray, aren tb agfa be lived on Beai ??
st., aii'i badasolM millionaire for a father. Only,
bappy In .such parentage, he woal? not have been
seni lo Ilio Beform Bcbool during ids minority. It.
is sai?! tant the child "will probably ben V
We should think so I
The Deeaooraoy of Vii-ginis ?toubtbn meant well
\? in a thes adopted ?he resolut lea of ?., aapathy with
the Prealdenl sod his Issally, but the person who
j?:it it in writing seeina to have had -
gnage <? ? head thai It rather mystified his ?
siici. The Conreo ti on resolve?!, "that in saeasson
srith all g??*?'! cittaeasof the Ouioa ennftaet with
deep sbboctenos ttpoe tfi?? agit"?'1 of the man ?????
aimed ;i blow at tin lil ' ?1' t he eiiiiiu nt citi/.-n win?
\ .? ? illi'u by the eonatltutional voice of fifty sal?
liona o?J penili.? tu be. President ..f t he Culled .States,
and we fcawder so bisa sud to his family the sympa?
thy of this Convention ami of tlSSOS we npitsent.''
etc., etc. Portnnasely than iena doubt of tho fas
tantionof the Yirniuii- Democrats to express their
aympathy with the Preaidaul saai bis family, but
th? grammattrnl eonstrnctioa of the resolution
conveys precisely tin? opposite impresi?n, as the
drawer of it woahl BUSTS t>ecii if lie had not been
overcrow,led with langOSafa. Kor 'in.-f anee, retain
in?; the construct ion ami omitting a few mneini'nlal
and Bnuteeesssny arords, aeppaos the Convention
bad resolve.I, ?' that WS have r.llc,;.? ! upon tin? Baft
of the man who Biased :? blow al the life <>1 the
President, and ???> Uuuler to hiBS and tt? his family
the Bympathy of this Convention," etc. Tin? reader
of sueh e resolution tnitilil have arciicl that tho
Conreatioa intended t?> express syn pat by with tho
Precideot sud his family, taaesassa any other inter
pretetlou would base besa tesMssaa sad lassa, hai
literal Inteffretatlon would convey as othx Idea
than an Bxpaassioa of syieathr wish the ssasseta.
Amplitude of expression sonetlines obsenres the
Idea. Denuierats ar?? a Uttle gina to it everv
wiicrc. 1 hey an- S8BHM?S '? liable t?? It in Virginia.
77o WorlA of Sunday, with ite ?? fand
more than its roana! indiscretion, attempta tliraa
heavy jobs el .???. Firat, towhitewash Us
ilavO-atealor, Irgli lloa, tor the pom I
den aneing the si t of Lineata end Sen .ird In giving
him np to Spain for the pnniahmeut he deeenred;
second, to jnstify the Admin! nation of .lines
Buchanan and Its Imbecile treatment of the rebel?
lion in its sai 11 <? tys ??? ? he mi re assert Ion of Jerry
Black, whose statement? as te sireota lu which he
played so discreditable s pari see arorth Jiaaf as
much ss those of any other seonsod peanoa srhea
awaitingaentenoe; and third, ta strove thai if t.en
t -rill l'ai telson could have had his own wsj In 1861,
and not ????, n thwarted by the Igaers it sud
inexperienced ?? Infield Scott, ho would " have
made Leeshurg a savotsJ point" and glTea
Bull Boa a different issue. There a;?.? %
few men still left in the country whose
maltas out li vos their other powers, vim may
Imagine then is still tisse, by constant fl lug-sang,
to make the world believe thai Lincoln and Beward
?rare the raal rebel.-,ami Davis, bi.ti k ami Baetasssaa
ami their like the trim patriots of 1661. Hut the
verdict was taade tip tang SgO, and such attempts as
tites.? of Fas World have ao ether effect then to add
a new weariness to the dog-days.
The American Rog?, Tichborno, it appears. Is
actually guia? to assert his claim to that Beach liti
gatad estate. He has employed counsel, suliyrrntvil
witaeeSSBaad basino dreadful bruit of preparation.
Nobody is asand or even interested. The little
heir, Sir Hoary Alfred Joseph Doughty Tichborne,
hee really little to lose? the ostato having beou rid?
dled by the lawyers in tho former trial until it is iu
pretty much the condition of an old BoWW after the
barnacles have had their will of it. The law mis
can hope to make notliipg, for the caen can never
reach trial again ahould the ?Simon l'uro h'oger ap?
pear with the ghosts of ui? mother aud all his
female relations to back him; as the identity and
title of the present ooctipant, were eetablished by
special Act of l'arlioniont. Th? only panSM likely
lo bo damaged bv the American candidate is Arthur
Orton, in hi? jail at l'ortlaml, who will lose hia
right even to tho title of ? the Claimant." Tin? San
Francisco Koger must lie a cheap sort of ad\.ii
turcr, Off ho would invent some claim of ble own,
and not tane up one so terribly second hand.
Tho dynamite patriota are less vociferous than
Mr. Tilden is making Urge additions to his house
in l?ramercy I'ark, hut the Ohio Dem?crata any Ihe
only addition he aaa made lo ihe barrel le a boinb
|ii'*a? fsotener, whMh ho is unable to open ju.-t now.
Mr. Hayo? ie reported as saying of the Ohio cam?
paign this year thai the question for every votene:
"Shall I indorse Qarfald ?>r <?uitenu." The Demo
crals cannoL complain if iln-.v ant confronted with
thil issue. The\ made it when they sold thstv lium
i.lation toa Kepiililican w ho said ho hail nef?! \ ? ?S 1
the Deiiioiiatic lickel (ill he voted for ?jriieral Han
,'oi-k, aii'l \? 11 ? voted it then, not he??an*? In? ? ;;| ?
I li'iii? ciaf, bill out of personal hoslihly to OonSVal
(?.?G????'?. Ho la not ao much a Demoorsl fco-daj aa
be ia an anti-Garfleld Republican, and no eaaa osa
vote tor him, therelon-, without voting to indorsi
I?nit? au rallier than Ciarli? Id.
?? .u fiele hi support of Mr. Pnckethook waiter ho*
app-aiid yet in the leading organ of the Ohio
Democracy, The (?n-tituati ffaplrar. aflatase an arti
ole in Frlasy'e Issue, entitled " llolu your Nona/* ?
to be interprete?! SSsaoh.
V l? /.unitoli /'Omv?, which ie a pn tfy good author?
ity, su.- batas t ???- c?ense adopted by tin? Prosidont'e
is in not culling ant the bullet. It looks as
If there wax? a "iwocioue nud atrodoiw " ooa
?piracv to crash th'? eminent surgeon? who were no
invited to conduci the Pr*-?i<lent's case, but ?aho te?
eistet! apon conducting it in the newspapers.
Let ns hope Forney will be aakod to fake the
stomp In Oliio. ? drihW from Bookwalter's barrvf
wonl-l start a perfect flood of his "articul
spira lion." _
Tlie ViTtrinia Bonrl?ons have a Qreenbaickor at the
beati of their ticket, an . ,ie taiL
And they cali tUcmnelvea Hasaait Ilebt-Paycrs.
On Thursday The CitirtnnaH r--nrrtial flnnanasasl
that Captain C. A. Cook, of Broa aa, win?
slaptMtl George Morrison's modth tor saying he
hoped thi Prsaaoentarena! aus <?f htawoo I
: co.*i? for oeaaiilt. ? hs line sad
eostosasanut. '.lavrcia. proposed
citizen being sDowe ttoglvi hs
rc-porsc w.ia lively. Ott! hs following mon..
??rt'in/H-cii// announce 1 th:,t I
Thnrsd ? t*ontribatad
? I .f:e_', and by night ?
voted to a gold-headed cane or gold watch or, ?*>
i'ii|?s. it tansu" aHil.ii ?
of ihe dsy. It waa
spot. Jt was the riiiht thing at the ri?:;
piace.' ??? say we all sf us.
Book weitet ^ -?< an fnctiiT of PrcaJtleeat
Gariieid. Ho should call limiseli a .Nalwart.
It is apparent now what the Virginia Bortrtioru
meant ? hen the} declared ; l.eir party tobe " Deaae*?
crai.it? in its fWaUUUj relations and conservaHve in
iuh .?-?ale policy." Their nominee lor Governor is ?
Greonbacker and repn r National policy,
of the National debt* llei<
nominee for Lieut?
ami represent> tb< 6 rhich is repudia?
lin.'i ol ilio .stato debt.
1 . n't 0'Dvn?inile BssSB think the eli
Canada is uncommonly i ta him *
hope ho will disoovei . ait.
The lat" Maat < obliti wr.s
a man of extraordinary beneSaMSaSS.
:'I<1 0(he. in:ii . IC eure of |
BgS ani bei;? froas I
?S saying ?1 ?
ahsarvarioa of gunshot woo
the ? hellion st:? a in the belief that be?
fore 111 0
to his official .li.
tassa ni CtrauPi bawbees, I
ad the ???-!' ant a many ara
?, and liked to In
any one ??t?? - He en':?
admire ihed brol her, ?
spoke of aim as " the < ? '
Bea?ase Ittsun ? nriful and eav
?raging] oni . . G. Adolph
and the wife of Smart-',? ' --nbc,? of I'nrlia
Tiic-Tit for she.'iteld, has ju>t died after a h*?vpy nuar?
riedflife of only elevan months. The p.?..r twang
?rife was the faro .nthony Tro
She 'en behind h? ? ?
finan fltaasny aas ist j ? ?sai of the Walsh laVtas]
in hi- veins. " If ti rUliauey andet?
la my family.'' h"on?.; BBSS, "I ailiibtil.? it. to the
fSCt that my tirandiatli r. ?
Die goo? tu u ? y am
w Oman, from who.a v.e have inherited a aha
tbe ?? .tie :':,.?." ?
John i nom is SI ? il? y, wasjuary, daiighl
(?.ven. oi Petinrhyu.
Bscaaaaaa Ba-idett Cesrtts sssata ? Httie taj
? btwlgirJs the "
pressed the opinion tait uni h of wli.it hud Bead*
..tiidnmi BjnaS, and woa'ai make Ler irrealer still,
w:is, ami would i?e, attributable to the grandeur of
her Womanhood. Tin? woaiAiihoi.d of a Uatn-ii,
n- legitimate Influence, would ea
BBSn hood ?to embrace <*ach and all of the pir
ciple.?. \\ hull ,*.> to make a popi? great and t. ?
Mr. Beilaon, one of the oldest members ol tV???
English Press, lias just died in London. For nearly
lifty years be has been en the st-afi of Ike Io*u\m
Time*, for which journal he Wrote the aorount ot
thet' ?-?G-e.u,e.aioli. He reported the first speech
which Mr. Disraeli ever uttereil at a public banquet
and thereafter for fortv years was tin? apecial IS>
Eorti-r of ihe gTeat man'? iwldreKaes. Disrae.i
traot him. and when he had to?? power be oft?ted
Mr. Neilson apensionof Sl.004 a y ir troni ih*
Literary Fumi. The proprietors of 1% /<?>?/?..
refused to allow Mr. Nei
in beu ot it ;
>,l \ EU AL Su.
It i? und? : - ? ? d, ig ? ? le I ion 1
that tin- report "f ti ?? ?'lb-committee on tin- \?,??
when ???.?.???. i\ Il *vi . ??:?,.-t?.? that 1t be liei?! i?
four ji.ir? here??, iliiit - . t.. ?.,?, ? ?. ? ,. ^
gnareatee fond, and thai
S ha tao ptaaa aaaeeted for it- hanetoav iiisiijr
??a?,? tbooahl >>o!-i timi tin? report ?
min.-u ? . t commit
/ '.? /.- le* I fio ?
paper thai ? 1 ?
sarta, in w? m ik*j i
I mu ?????'.?p???
Hood of tales l bat would bi\?? kiUed Mumhaus? ?
< lit.? und lie?)??.ir.
During tl.e past I .. //,, IK
olitili y, but o-inviui .
? nit '.lie tiiiil.l eoi June. The pear ] s-i a .
be reiiiciebere.1 a? I |
ira*yisiti'1 by more BUstr-ikcs ai..I mote storms ?u.?l
whirlwinds thaa in aaj atarea
Sfty, when more atoases were blown down andan .
deetroyed by tornastoes thoa ever before, ?ml wheti tua
fcout.h wa? inoiv ?j?-uerall> barai up in hei
The French artist who ill um rated M. OahaSva
Ilisturj of Kurland trave ? ?? -? of the Tow? r ..I Loada?
which, though faithful enough, presents a fur inure p!o
laaeaejM view than anything which n>w urente iti?? ey<?
of passengers on the steamers pasting lower wharf, i Lue
? ?. ? aaSffaaaaaogeSBaplr by omitting ? rum the plctur?
Un- ntiMf?liily pile ot toll brich warchousra which dis?
figures aud obstructs the ??tin ? wise splendid view of ? be
old fortre?s from th?> rivi r. Iti? now In'lny ur.
I ho (liiiaiaeBaal aaaal t<> get rtd nt thaseyeaor?,
is ol little Boon um- waa ornament, ami thus all???* Um?
artist's ideal of lue Tower from tbe riser to U- real ZamI.
An amateur astronomer -? v * feels euro
thin t lien? is souiethiug the matter with tin? muou To
his eyes then is visible whut seems to be a mock m.M.n,
parttaDy sfeatagejsagsas true aat ; tin?! a loo anrnnaad
ing them both is u peeullar hare or mist- lie In lleve?
thai a part of the tail of the comet has Ven attracted ?to
ami settled around the moon, fortuito* a thin fnuu-otu? at?
mosphere, or uii envel?la?, resembling au atmosph?re.
And new people m Nevada ore olrttms* up
niirblJ?, watching the moon, and half o-innctui,.'t<? see it .
suddenly traneferaaed loto a v?rlt??ttii? h?
gauwhagereaoeataaaaaatag tiio visage ?>f Moitn-rHinp
lo.i's ?',,??p? laie, and her oiniuous broom streaming
backward for a tail.
An inten .?t I ru' uovi lly will 1?> introduced!
into the mitai review which is U? be held ou Ute 1 Ma
and loth of next month, ??n the occasion of the Uenaaa
Emperor's \ ?.sit to i*chle*wlg Holstein. The Gorman irmi?
clftil fleet, inrlmllnt: tin Friedrich Karl, the Tronasen, the
Friedrich der ti rosee ami tin I with the die
pouh-boat Grille, will attempt to force their war i"W?
KM Barber. The tight
alloro batieries can hardly fail to be ar. aalaaoea?
apeetaeee. No gatta latareal ?.?? tell ?u tie ?
lethal .n?? to in- oerrtedout, and I
of which o large veeael is ini?? blewaapey means oa.
UiOBfj ?? ? nbeaeagl
In order to accustom German noldu-ra to the
opu?iu?' atmosphere of a battle Hi Id. when at musketry
practice cloudaol euiokc an ?? ettUl <???? Bf, ???p?a? furse
?est SMS grooaet letweea She marke?
?esa ??"?? tin n lai?.-? ts. ihr Mi afatJ I anea?tMaaateata
the advantage* of !!l1* tfnkWa ov?-r ti? ? ? -' - ?
ei SaSSaag m t. elea* air, and relate?? how the sohliero a?
Wmibledou hud a chance to try the G?-ninui flau whoa
tie? fui/?? on Hull coiinn.' -.
? ucampiuctit. Im-icad. Ino?, ??er, o? seeing tha
blob the conflagration might lie put.as the burn?
,..?t pig, llu- people nl \? -???!?!??*
tifili.' until ili,? stunk.- Ii.nl ? li-ured away.
The ].er!'i?r?ii in? s of Prahl Kaiicrnick, the
llcrlin ???|????p:???. ar.? attraotlng ?onaideruble attentine?
In sclent Hmf???**?! Kli-chludT. of Hall??, ooeae
pori * ? "n ni with the feats of the historic?*! ru-do??' rtans off
the m ??eut Mexioan postal siTvioe, known ao th?
Titehuslu?. It is rrcortK-d, I??. Bag ?, tbat the f<K?t mease??
pea BeaaattasSag the. Artec post not unfreqaen?y ti-a ??
eriH-d a dis! oie?-?????valent ta gas yards per minute.
This etat.-nit ut has generally ????? regarded as uiythlaatj
but Kaperuiek has demonstrate.1 its cr? diiatitr, f??r hi*
race lruui IJeiiin to 1'oisitsui has matched it not exc
it? At the siui?;?-?>l..'ii of 1 '??.
has jirojocud fur tJ*e autumn a rua ot ifiOQ