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tUmllaB Hatlrr Kverr
Toil UIOffl him
oprmien bill li
1 lUpMliahs to be
vet made by a now mctn-
.ir. " '
Tun ltcpubllcan State Central Com
mlttcc will meet In Chicago on tlic Wml
Inot., and Senators Logan and 0ki1y
anil other prominent Itctmbllcans ot tlio
State are expected to to present.
lUncocK has got over Ills fear tliat (lie
Jury In lit cara would to under "rebel
lufluencc." It consists of rtx llcpubll-
The Sprlngtlcld Journal giwr this as
an Jtcni oi.tlUUaoU nowst" "Tlie De-
tifjfnb ofcI'ca talk of publishing a
.livfi Picrt at JBiatiplace, and Kcttitisr
Obcrlyoftlie Cairo IU'llktix to edit II
A newspaper correspondent thinks
that Babcock would standabettcrchancc
lrtidiatoifl H- his neck tie was fAtctiel a
htUe more carelessly, his shirt bosom not
qultcl so! white and hi coat not .but
toned so tightly round the lower part of
Wr. have received the llrst number of
the Sfutvmee Herald, under tho editorial
charge ami ownership of Mr. P. ii. l'lc)
ett. The Initial number Is all that could
be ilcsbei hi a good country weekly, and
wo liuCdoubt Uie paper-will prove ii
Mk. Ovkustoi.z, declared by the council
of St? Louis to be the mayor of that
city, Is now running tho city govern
ment, but tho, caso Is being tried before
the circuit cottrl.wnd will not be decided
until Wednesday o'r Saturday of tlil
week. ilon. John li. Henderson Is the
counsel for Mayor Brlttou.
James I'abton, the lato Fanny Kern's
husband, married Ids step-daughter, In
iioston, the other day. Tho old gentle
man must have been Kitlefactory as
step-father elnco tno young laity was
willing to take him as a husband. Hut
the union was In violation of Massachu
setts' law and Parton has separated from
Ids wife who Is not 'his wife, and will ask
the legislature to sanction the marriage.
Illinois members of cougrcss.voted on
tho repeal of the bankrupt law, which
passed the lloufo last week, as follows :
Yeas Messrs. Bagby, Burchard,
Campbell1, Cannon, Caulfleld, Kdcn, Port,
Harrison, Htrtrell, Anderson, Morrlf on,
Sparks, Springer, Stevenson aud White.
Xiiys Messrs. Hurlburt and Whiting.
Not Voting Messrs. Parwell and' An
ltcpubllcan party," says the
.Toilet Sun, ''Is Just now carrying on tho
most vigorous prosecution of racals and
derelicts In its own ranks that liu ever
been undertaken by any dominant politi
cal party In this or any other country."
True. But then no political party, ex
cept tho ltcpubllcan, has ever had such an
overwhelming proportion ol "racals and
derelicts In Its own rank.'." In thu dom
inant political party, honesty U the ex
ception and not the rule.
Ik there is a little boy In the Demo
cratic party bv the name ol John Wilkes
Booth iiauiblitou, that little boy Is likely
to do serious damage to the Democratic
party. St. Louis Globc'Dtmoerat.
The little boy referred to Is not lu tho
Democratic party. A lew years ago ho
died, aud his father, Dr. J. P. Hamble
ton.clcrk ot the Ways and Means commit
tee ol the national IIoiuKiof lleprcseuta
tives, did that other thing ofllcc-holders
are never supposed to do he resigned.
Coi.. Jous Maiiti.v, Sn., died at Padu-
cah. Kcntuokjr,:Ust Wednesday., llo-jvos
a uMlveoTEast Tennesseebut or many
years prior to about lSC'J, when ho re
moved to Paducah, was a prominent clt
zen of Memphis. Col. Martin was once
a member of the Tennessee legislature,
and always took an active part In poll
tics. Several years after his removal to
Kentucky ho made a eongrchloual can
vass of the Paducah district against
It luu transpired that the late discov
ery ot papers at ;th Peklu dlitlllcry
beating on tbewhljkycaci at St. Louis,
threw some light on llabcock's connec
tion with the ring. Tiitto papers w-'ro
sent on to District Attorney Dyer "and
so important wcro they considered,"
said the Springfield Juumof ol Saturday,
"that a revenue otJlccr was heard to de
clare that after seeing them lie could no
longer uoubt Ucn. UabcocU's guilt, nor
would the lattcr's Intimate friends If the
paperB were shown them." Poor Bab
Pkesidest Guam's deposition in tho
Babcock case was taken on Saturday.
l ho President was sworn by the Chiei
.lustlce of tho United States and there
were Jreent;be8iaea thetotwo, Secretarv
Bristow, Attorney-General Picrriepont
Majt Eaton, couiisti'forthc government
" AmvP14!' cwniel for Babcock nnd
two stenographers. The dcnoslilon
guilt or Innocence ol llahcock. Tho
President's faith In his secretary coutln
lies unimpaired. Tho papers, In charge
of Major Eaton, arrived at St. Louis yes
Tiik "political question" which agl
tates the press and peoplo of tho "great
Southwest" most at this tlmo Is tho pass
age of the Texas and Pacific railroad bill
Umwrtrf Mississippi wlll'thro'tv alf 'ftii'
weigni or hls.toflmnce UiM iilat, tho
Memphis Avalanche says, "andlwlll de
vote bimieif, in, tho debate, vrlnajfallf
to the cojaWnjtna questWtu whloS (fcf
oppopii df Wik Wa.ore iiavo raulllfi
IU paMafe.1 Of WlOS mtirnbers Irl th6
IIoUM ol BprcuUUvis fniin Urn South
era SUtei, It U claimed that at lean 60
will vote for the bill, nnil till nmnlicr
Will be enough to jin It. Its p.witfi' lit
tne ccimto i onoki'ii of n certain. l'iw.
Went Ornnt lias openly nniirovctl hil'
recommended Its passage.1
Till'. MIRATION I'OMVKNTIMN.
the call ot the New Orleans chamber
ol commerce, will meet In that city on
the 1st. of March next. The call Includes
allelic States oftflir-iMlssMpiii Valley nnd
tho propositions to bo ulctitcil arc ns
1. TH6bcsttnVailsofpT6nfolln 1'nTinl
grnllnu to the State? of the Mllwlppl
l, Tlio.eitnMkliineiit at tho port of
New Orleans of an Iminluratlou llurenu
and Depot, In tho Interests of thu States
Included In the call:'
3.?f he superior economy jnt' the Jlls
T"T . ... . ... ... ... i .
pisjippi river route lor mo imiqizmni w
the Interior Stated ' jl '
I. 'Hie " legislation jwmctt uy. me
diiTorciTt States lit nhi u dio ctcrprlsc.
iluury B. Payne, member of congrets
from the Clmel:uul,kOhlo, district, lias
mapped out n lluanclal compromise
which Is believed will be regarded with
favor by -members, of ihe . 'Democratic
lowf iMPlrst. Tim' present' rcstimntion
act to Ira repealed. Beftond. A- bill o vp
passed providing furthe establishment ot
a cnlu, sWklng fund lor ullimalo lesuihp
Hon" whhput any contraction of the 'ptc
cntolHme of paper currency. Third
No lntiiirforing wltfi'the existing shitiisol'
the tiatloual banking sysFem', hut a.)ro-
vifo proniimingf no n'newai oi ino cnar
ters ofAanks us they may expire. These
charters wijl bcgln'tojuxplre lu ,l!isrj. run
by lSSOMiwriy iliHA-roiirths will havo
$ iiuinT(iv nrAi I ' T.
Thu'l'epul'itiean party is throwing oil
the mask of decency which It has long
worn, and without los of time it now
read out of Its ranks and into thu Deni
ocracv, the otllclal who Is
susneetcd oi honesty When . it
beca?iio'ihWiTsmne tfiucT ago liiat
Oov. Chamberlain qfjSoiith Carolina was
setting himself resolutely iigalust publlo
corruption lu his State, the 1'cpublicans
began at once to regard him with suspi
cion and such men as Senator Morton
called lilm n Democrat. The Mine thing
Is about to bo repeated lu the caso of Sec
retary Bilstow. Ills vigorous pro.ecu
t!6n of the whttky war and determination
that his bureau, hi nil Its ramlllcatlous
shall bo conducted bn principles of hon
esty, havo already subjected him to, the
dislike and unfavorable criticism of Ue-
publicaus. Tho commendation which
he has received from Democratic nnd an
ti-Grant newspapers has adilcd tho last
drop of bitterness to the cup'of the third
termers. ;i'hc, Wnhlnglotn fUpMitati,
President Oranl'S orgitu, say's" "If these
things keep on, tho prophecy that he
may becomo the Democratic candidate
for president may soon appear to bo not
impossible of lullillment."
That Is, If Briitow continues to be hon
est and continues to receive thu, support
ofthe people, he will drift nway from his
party and may become a Democratic
candidate for president.
TIIH I'M I IK oi'viluAT.
Tho monthly report of the department
ol agriculture gives some Interesting Sta
tistics of the price of wheat in tho diller-
ent States of thd Union. The South At-
lautieand GuK. States, from North Caro
Una to Texas, with Arkau.-as and Tenn
essee, report lower prices lor wheat ou
the farm, while all the other States Indi
cate an Increase. In the South this crop
t-J ."..: .,u....
is grown ,oujr jur hoiuu tu(i-!uuinwu,
and dutlug tlie past few years Its acre
age has considerably increased, and
its product boars u. larger pro-
portion to load demand. In other
parts of tho country, where this crop is
raised for general market. U)c problem of
prices has been aflectod by influence; of
broader scope. The prices, of 1&T1 were
greatly reflucc J. irom preceding year
bj' tho largo crops ' Europe,
which limited tho demand for Aiueilc.ni
wheat; hut the yields In Jhirope during
1875 were not fo great, nnd our own crop
was shortened by various disasters lu dif
ferent parts of the country. The result
of there varied lulluenccs has been n gen
eral Increase ot price lor wheat on the
farm. In New Ktigland tlio Increase
ranged Irom S cents inir biuhel lu .Mas.su-
huscts to 12 lu Vermont nud Connecti
cut ; In the Middle states, irom u cents
in New Vork to 0 cunts in Dulnwuru ;
Maryland Increased 5 cents, and Virginia
West of the Allegliaules, V est Ir
"Inla shows the grcaUft Incrcnsn of all
tho States 153 cents. - Kentucky and tho
States north of tnu Ohio river range
from 3 cents lu Iudlaun to S cents In Wi
cousin : west ot, the Mississippi thu In
crease varies from 3 edits in Kansas to 10
cents In Minnesota ; on thu Pacific coat
the average price has advanced VJ wilts
In Calltornla and Oregon
The l)u (Juolu 'JVibune U loyal to ltev
cridsrc.- Jn'lisi Usuo ot tliu lOlh InVt., it
''Ainonir thu i Klines to he nrejented lie:
fore the itcnuullcau htatu couvcutloii lor
the nomination for governor of this com
monwealth, will De that ol John 1.. liev-
eride-e. our nrcfcut ahlo and elllclent ex
ccullve. While It Is yet early hi the day
to obtain a ireiieral political uxprctMou
Irom the masse, we uevcrthelebs tlud
bur cltl.ens as being batisilcd with Cio
I!everIilL'i''s ndnitiiUtratlon. nud that, in
far as expression has Uedil given, lie U
their first choice for the portion. Thu
people in thU sectlou remember lilm
L'mtefiilltf for hlx iiromnt aud deds
Itu uf tloii'lii eriUhini.' out" the outlawry
existing hi I'ranUJln nud IVIlllamson
counties, ami when thu proper time come
will not lieltato to give him the hcnellt
or their votes."
'l'romilt and ilecUlv'o notion
Is good. Tlio Williamson outlawry been Identllled with the pollllw ot our
began lu tho spring of 187J, country, tho records of his pub
with the hanging of old man I He and .private life are without blem-
VTuhcH'to U ti-ce. It continued more or lhei.
jee briskly, till late In tlio summer of 1875 Wnihlngtou lilspatch to thu Chicago
Ivheu the (.liortnl-ift bf 'tlio Inkrval which ' 'Jvmvnl : ' "Two gentlemen who
futirvencd between the asslnatlon ol KU- vUitcd the White Hou-o on Thuiid.iy,
ney, and" Spenco anil the hlghdiau'ded tell of an Intcinstlng and signiilcnut con
oiHjrtttiotis of tlio Kti-Klux lu Franklin vcrtatlon with Colonel Fred Ornnt on the
county brought out elicit ,nn cxnrr.loit
orp'uMIdgplnlon that Ogy. lleverldgo1J
was a. forced .? to mane a mow
Jilt" .tatlc.Bt)t.fo to' unpres tho
jlllllCllllies. II went on ,iqr uin-u
VwVoril.liiiir;nnil liad growfii bold nnd I
dellant under tho Ecrcno liNllfl'orcnco ot
Governor Hovcrlflgo and would have con
tinued togooiit If the law-abiding people
ofKgypthad not spoken In iinmliitakc-
able tones. Oov. Jloverldgo-'s friends
who desire Ids re-election may ns well
obervo n dUcreet ellenco In this part o
lllltioU.In regard to "his prompt nnd de
cisive nctlon'' &c. Thaw khul of glories
will do better lor the Northern part ol
-Bevcrldgo ! determined that If he
U beaten lu thu parly nomination, thu
niaiiwho docs It will have to get upt arly
Dr. W. A. Powell, of Blehlaud
county ,-lato collector oi Internal revenue,
lu the Nineteenth district, I" a candidate
forAtute mtdltor on the- ltepnbllc.m
ticket. , i
Tho KepulillcAu Slalo, Central torn
nilttcifvlll meet In Chicago, Pel). tWnd,
to decide on tho time and place for hold
lug Ihelr Slatpconvcnllon.
The Aurora ilraeoininnmiiirox Henry
0. Piuldockprcsident of the Union Na
tional bank of Aurora, as n candidate for
Slate treasurer before the Republican
The 8t; Louis JlepnWfnn rrcalls tin'
fact that President Grant lias been a wit
ness onco before tho present trial, namely
in tlin Black Friday inveMlgntlon of 1S70.
Then, as now, Iho Integrity of u personal
trieitd wa involved.
-Tha State Iterjiitcr: "Colonel Port
wants tho anniversary of Lincoln's birth
day made n liatloli.11 holiday. Wo don't
Tnow what thu people will see lit to do,
but If Port should he sent to the pcnltcu
llary for selling his vote on the lako front
bill, when he was a member ot tlio III I
nols'leclslaturc, we will ngrrc that the
date of Ids Incarceration shall bo made a
thanksgiving day in Illinois."
. ... i:ii'roiuAi,.'.or.:s.
Information from Rotterdam says
that Winslow, the I!oton forger, is not
visible in Holland.
' And now Bencher, in the pivencc f
God and tho liuliimcut day. .fcimmieo.s
Bowen ns a liar, a scoumlrW and otlicr !
TiiSpaiiisli government has pnr
cha'd ifx ICrupp guns and six thousand
ronudsof uniniiiiiffou, to be sent to
Owen I.Indscy, who killed I'ranels
A.Colvln, near the vlllagu'of Baldwins
vllle, Onondaga county, New Vork, on
the 10th day of December, 137:1, wa hung
at Syracuse last Friday.
Drlggs. the leader of the Driggs'
gang ot counterfeiters, wa sentcnce'l to
llfteen years In the penitentiary nnd fined
$3,100, lu the United States court at
SprlnjrllcM last Prlday.
A voting lady nainedAmaiidn Mc-
Elorv, living nt Ada. Ohio, while sitting
near a lire place In tho room of a tick rcl
atlve,' was burned to death, by n spark
which Ignited her clothe', while slm was
Can Sll Jones, who shot and killed
art Intimate trlcud and companion nlOt-
tiimwa, Iowa, about tcii days ago, plead
guilty to u charge ot manslaughter, and
win sentenced to lour years lu tno peni
tentiary, List Friday.
Vs. W. Van VIect, a prominent cltl.en
of Lust Saginaw, Michigan, who was un
der bonds in the sum of sixteen liundrcd
dollars for perjury, false prcteiifi: and 03-
:iutt and battery, lias skipped oft on the
breeze and left his bondimcn to settle his
affairs at home.
Lads gains gradually. Thirteen feet
of water on the bar at thu toulh pass of
the Mississippi, below New Orleans, Is
the remit of ids jetty plan. When the
water Is deepened seven feet more Lads
will draw thu llrst installment of pay
Upon n requisition from tho governor
ot New .Jersey, to Uovemor Ifayes, of
unio, r.ionn uunninguaui, who uas necu
couthieil lu the work house at Cleveland,
was delivered to oflkers on la-t I'rlday,
who will take him to 1'lillllpstown, N. J.,
where ho will be tried lor murder. Cun
ningham is charged with tho murder of
Mrs. Mary ICiiy4, at StcwanWvllle, N. .1.,
nine years ago.
Clara Louise Kellogg, the lair song
stress, has brought suit against a party
named ltufus Hopkins; of Do Kalb, to
foreclose a trust deed for.Ksvcu thoufand
dollars, which she loaned him, aud for
which he executed to her his note, pay
able In live years, with ten percent. In
tcrest, payable seml-aunuaily. Hopkins
defaulted in tho payment of tho interest
due .lime n, 1V73, and (lie puma-donna
proposes to foreelo'c the trmt deed.
Thu Kansas senate has parsed a
resolution tasking congress to make
uu appropriation for tho re-3iirvey
of the Statu Hue from Kansas City south.
It Is said that tlio early vettlers of Kansas
bribed the surveyors to locate thoStato
Hue where It now Is, and If tho rumor Is
true, Kansas City, or tho greater part of
it, will be found to lwlong to Kansas In
stead of Missouri, as Mr. Cook of Wyan
dotte, who Introduced the resolution,
claims to have theevldenceof old settlers
that lu lS20,whi'ii Missouri was admitted,
the month of the ICaw river was fully
half ii mile cast of where U now is.
ltevcrdy Johnson would have been
eighty years old next May, and duiig
llt'o had tilled many.exnltcd stations. Ho
served In tho United States tenato from
IS 10 to 1S15 and uho from lSr.3 to ISUO.
Ho was attorney general under President
Taylor, and his last . public services us
minister to Lnglaiid under President
Johnson, mo still fresh in thu minds of
our readers. It may be said of the de-
CC.UCII UIUI c.lllliui uv ui iiiiiut itnu ii.n u
Jhlrd-term quesllon, They wcro speak
big of thu eaudld.itu for the hext Bvpitb
llean. iioiiilnatlou At President, when
1'r'rd. burst out wi lt nu cnjlilunilj and
earnestness that his iearers!fay eouvlne-
cd Uieni of his i-lnecrlty : lf nny-
body ' tlilnxs tln're isnny thlid
term to him bo Is mistaken
Pnthcr don't w.'t to' he Presi
dent nny more, ani won't accept tho
nomination If the (viclnnntl convention
oilers It to him.' I'lils was reieatcd In
suhslanco several . The conversa
thin turning to tlicih.mcea or thodlller
cnt candidate", 1'ivl ' xprssed unbounded
admiration for i Ming, remarking :
'Ilc?sa slatesinan mdngood llepubli-
can, mid that Is tli inau for preshhnt.'
Ho added n hope Hut Colliding would
get the imiiiiimtliii . and said he thought
he would slip In a Lincoln did, lu liti.
A gentleman wlul'ard htm believes
that lie hut eeliiv. ,iw sentlmenls of his
Sr. Louts, In'. 1-. Uioii Hie open
ing ol Uuv iifciitoeii inni tins morning,
the cri-e.aui nation ol J. W. Dou'lass,
ex-eomnil.-'i"i rot Internal revenue, was
eumnleled In u tew liulmiioilaiil nut
lions. Un tli KMllrvctexnmiu.ilion, the
district ntton y pivwnled an alll l.ivlt.
purporting f ho charge" prefenx-d hi
lb7;i by Lu. '- y Murdoek. u collector ol
Internal ;n nue In Soiithea-t MnourI.
Thi' eliarj;' s were ngaiut John A. Joyie
and .liilui .ueiionaiii, respeetivi ly, reve
line tigints and supervl-ots. Ihe en
foloiic w.w'' Indorsed by C. C.
SiiIIIIk. ' nresldenl's nrlvate see
ret.irv. si. xvlnir that it had been ivelved
at tin o.v utlve mansion, and rilerred to
the tan-department. Another In-dor-eiin
'l showed tho rolereii. o to the
eoiiiiniio"urot internal revenue. Mr.
Donpias could not testily that he hai
f( ea ilic ntlidavlt lu Ills otlke. Tin ills
trlet attorney said that he had proposed
to read the arltdavlr, showing that in
ls7H char;;e agnlusl Joyce and McDou
aid had be a sent to the executive man
sion, and ird gone through the dei.irt
nients. t'he euiirt only allowed the wit
ness to testify that the liidoreuienl
showed tu.it Mich charges had been ix'
eelvel nnd filed. They were not read.
Nearly tli" enilre morning session was
taken un In trvlna to trace, through the
iclcL'ran i oicrKS oi t i s eiiv mikI Wh.Ii
lugluii, and also by thu door-keeiwrs an
iiivssvuuia ui irn- iweenuvo inansioii
certain telegrams i.oi yet niliultteu, to
nrove that tliey wero received and sent
back and forth between Joyce and Mc
Donald, here, ami General Babcock hi
Washington. Pinally the dt fense waived
this proot as to one dispatch, and al
lowed tnu billowing, admitted to be In
General Babcock 'o handwriting, to be
Asinxmo.v. D. C. December Bl. Ib7 1.
(iVnrratJohn JlcfJonrld, at. JmuU.
I succeeded. 'I hey will not .'o. I will
write you. Signed, Svlvii.
Before this was read. Judw Porter an
nounced that they proposed to make a
lengthy legal argument against the ad
mission ol the other telegram, and per
haps they might wish to include thu
"Sylph" dispatch In thoso objected to.
The defense wished to reserve that point.
DEATH U THE PIT.
A llurrililu riT-ll:iii.ji 3'. i (iloslon lu
I'eui.sj Miinlit Tim M'iiee1 In,- Un
C'liiniiut mill Jlmilcil Victim.
Puts i ox. !.., Peb. 1J. Thjs alter
noon a terrlblo explolnu occurred lu tho
Exeter mine, belonging to the Lehigh
Valley Coal company, nnd located in
West Pitts ton. Thu mines had been Idle
this week on account of thu suspension,
and though the fun whlebnsupplics fresh
air to the chambers below had been kept
running all tho week, the quantity of air
forced Into the mines was not siitllclcnlto
expel nil tlio foul air and puvent nu ac
cumulation of lire-damp.
Till: IMMEDIATE CAlsE
of thu explo-Ion U not known, but sulll
cient knowledge has been gained to lead
to thu belief that one ol the men below
entered n chamber with a Hu tted num.
.and that ito sparks Ignited the gas which
had accumulated there since .Monday.
About twenty-live men had been engaged
repairing the tracks and gangways' at
the headings. Among the number were
several miners, and tld morning they
all went to work as usual. About half
iast two this iiiicrnoon, while the men
wcro engaged at their work below,
occurred. The force of the explosion
win so treat as to tear av.av brattice.
props, doors, tracks and a gieat mass of
rnnir n,ul nun. Tin, crtif llw. f,i-
hou?o at thu top of the nlMliaft was torn
to pie(ies,aud other damage amounting
to inou.-iiiMM oi dollars was wrought
'1 lie many miners who stood near the
hreauer hastened to relieve thoso below
The main shaft was very badly damaged
out an entrance was e eetci . It was a
dangerous business to hunt lor those be
low, hut the volunteers prosecuted their
worK lor inreo hours uiilll they had
brought to the surface twelve men. four
of whom wcro dead and the others more
iil'i:ni:i anh sm.vcu.kij.
Tlie report of tlio explosion spread
among tho hundreds of Hfo miner.-, and
iu a fehort time alter tho dlastcr, crowd
gathered about the breaker. . A few
women wero pren nt, and foino ol them
weru kept lu a Hate ot Misornsu iieudlu
the reciio of those below. When at last
tho bodies of tl.o dead nnd blackened
lorms ol iho mangled wcro brought up,
nisrnnss ash ..oiip.ow
was niamiesicu wy nu. j lie men wero
returned to the Mirlacc at Intervals, nnd
us the dead nud iujuicd followed each
other, the agony of thosewho had friends
still below Increased ; but thu woik
finally completed, when It wa acer
tamed that four men had been killed
outright and six or eight badly injured.
it is iiiniigiiuuat isoino oi uiu latter will
die. ihe names of the killed mo P.
Smalley, hrlward Allii, J'lionias Huiii
nud Aleck Joiifi). Mtmol the men re
side In Met TitUtou
lion ttubeoelf AelH lu toilet.
lt t.unl wl to Die Cilieiunnll (jactle.)
Ilabcoek lu court Is a ftudy. Ho has
changed suutuwlrit In his air slucu the
begluing of thu trial, not In acquiring a
worn look, m whs the caeo with some of
bin prwleecMors lu the defendant's chair.
Ho came Into the court yesterday morn
ing, wearing what old ladles from
the east call n "chipper" air, and
seemingly taking u spectator's curi
ous intercut In the proceedings.
.Still lie looked like a defendant. He
is totally out of place lu a court-room.
One knowing nothing of the object of the
assemblage would not but come to the
conclusion thut Ilabcoek I not hi Ids
plate front choice. An army nllieer, one
who has imdergouo the physical educa
tion of West Point, cannot readily aecoin
odate hlinftlf to the lounging attitude of
the nvcragu Anlerlcan crowd, and his
trpiaro shoulders appear badly In outline
ngninst a judge's bench. Ilabcoek has
dispensed with everything military
about bis colimi'. but Ihe mannerism
of years will not de -it lilm nt
will. . Tim coat L wears Is of black
hroadelolln'nrw, aud tli ghnsy ii silk,
Auout inn wnl.f the co,it K aiWaya mu-
toiicd tl'Miilv. wlille nt tlio Iireaat thu irti"
pels fall nput, dl.H'lojlng'h (hlrl-iMuoui
as imni.'iouiaio n mav no. 'i neiieci, oi
courfe, is somewhat rakish, oxhlblllng fit
n glance the tendency of dressiness id-
legeii to be one of Ihe neereiary's iiiumi
Ing weaknesses. Hit hair 1 arranged,
too, with tho utuioti nicety, nud
the tie of his cravat Is faulllc., Ilarm
lr's things these, and affording no real
frritnnil Till lil-flllilf-f nfr'illir flu, limn.
tint It Ins been hundreds of years since
a regard for the smaller details ol dren
in n man have been held uu uudctrable
weakness, At nnv rate. It would bo Let
ter lor the defendant were ho to regard
nomilar iireliitlleo n little. Miow more
carelcfiioss lu Ids npiiarcl, ftlojiplng nt
u ie line oi neatness.
IteiMilillrnti 1'itrly or To.Dny
(from thp New Vork tlenild.)
The Kcnubllcun nartv Is as dlll'erent
Irom that which wo.i tho Lincoln victory
in IhXI as the army which fought under
upnnparie at AUsternt was uiiiereni
Irom Unit which followed Diiinourlez.
That slunendoiis tianslormatlou niii't be
considered when we speak of Republi
can candidates lor thu pie
Idcncy. I I'Su ward or Chase or Sumner
could vllt tho srene of their lame
they would feel as Rip Van Winkle when
ho awoke Irom his long sleep. Tho old
party Is at nu end. Its war (ties are
hushed. Its bamieis are felled. Tho
old leaders have lallen by the way, or
are driven Irom the rank. The party of
Idea and utenirl.-i . which believed III
lilwrty mid M-cuii-d emancipation by war;
tho party which drotu Buchanan
from power, and eomiK'lled Lincoln to
proclaim emancipation, and forced John
son to the verge of Impeachment, now
lies nt the feet of Grant. It Is a drilled
legion not :i thinking party. Asthc nig
ged battalions of Valuiy and Jetmpps
grew Into decipllned armies of Marengo
and ngrnm, so the party ol Sunnier and
Ch.i'e, which hud no Idea but liberty, and
permitted no consideration of availability
to Interfere with that stern, solemn duty.
Ins become th" c impact organization of
IT'S K V. fAU 3 "a
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