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Tm y: W Vdock. noon. '.
.. r withdrawal ol
troop Irom tlie t'
Iioium In Nc-
-nounD't r' wut 'the
Chtoaco Ti terms tb mob In tbc Lou
wJTiUt baie. We take It that
Packard's mcnag'rtc' will be busted
ahont aooft to-day .
-m ax ill winn," lt ,
A reporter ,o( the New York World
bad talk a fe days ago with ' Admiral
Porter, and lu reference to the Russian
and Turkish' war, tbc admiral said:
The t treat rood tkat this war is coin;
to hare mt our cootwry cannot be coai
puled. We will not only sell flour, wheat
corn, pork, clothing, arms and ammuni
tion to the contending parties, but we
will sell all thtae things to the other
great nations, especially our cereals and
provliions. It the war continue two
years, and my prediction is that It will,
w will haT to plant lor the whole
world. The entire ogricultursl
pursuits - of the grain conn
try of the Black Sea will be stopped. It
was so In the Crimean war. 1 wad 14
nontenant lu the navy and couiruandud
the Supply, then In the Mediter
ranean squadron, and well do 1 reinetu
kr thi rich harvest our merchants reap-
d during the war. This war will bring
hrU urain to us the commercial suprema
cy wclost during tho war. It congress
legislates property in :'un, o Mto ai
lew Tassels to be brourht and pJ n
der our liar to remain tuere.onr conimer
ISftiutaS will be revived. We Laye not
tlmeto bolldshfps; wo must buy them.
ADAM TO TII.Dr.S.
The ' following letter written by
Bon. Charles Francis Adams of Massa
chuaattl to ilr.TUden, on the 5th day of
March last, the day on which Mr. Tilden
should have been Inaugurated president,
has just made Its appearanoc in the New
York papers. ft will be read with Inter
est: Hon. S. J. Tilden, New "i oik:
Mi Dsa Sir On this day when you
ought to have been president of the
United States, 1 seize an opportunity to
hear my teftimony to the calut and dut
nifled manner in which you have passed
through this great trial. It Is many
years since I ceased to be a party man.
Hence, I have endeavored
to judge of public affairs and men
ratter by their merits than
hv tii mmi the v take. It is a source
of gratification to me to think that 1 made
the riant choice In the late election. 1
could never have been reconciled to the
elevation by the smallest aid of mine of a
person however respectable In private
life, who must carry upon his brow the
itin.n of fraud's first triumph In Ameri
can huuory. No subsequent action,
however meritorious, van wash away the
letter of that record. Very respectiully
; Charles Francis Adams
TtH KOWIH WHEAT.
The Chicago Time of Saturday morn
lasr contains reports of tho condition of
tbe wheat crop from nearly every county
in the States ot Illinois, liichlgan, Indi
ana, Ohio, Iowa, Missouri. Kansas, Ken
tucky. Nebraska, Wisconsin and Call
fbrnla. From these reports It U shown
everywhere is in excellent coudition,
and, It 00 unforseen calamity overtakes
it before cutting time, the yield every
where will be enormous. The Time
oorrespondent at San Francisco, wrltts
of tbe prospect in that state : Once in
about four years California pro
duces a good wheat crop. The are
rage Is l.wa.OOO tons. This was tho
crop in W4. In 1875, the crop was 800,-
WO tons. Last year 1 1 was abou 1 1 won ry
per cent, better. Tbe area sown to wheat
is about 3,200,000 acres. The crop this
year will be a partial failure probably
not exoeeaiog tons. This will
ore it me Grangers, and as San Fran
cisco is totally wrecked ou the stock
market, the entire state may be consid
ered a 'busted community.' From
present indications, this will prove the
most disastrous year California has ever
BUILT or THE EIJfturKAS WAS
a tie war in Europe and its tflect on
American Industries is Just now thejall-lm-
ponDi question with business men and
capitalists in toe great trade centres of
this country. All hopes ot a favorable
adjustment of the difficulties between the
powers have Ix-en di-sslpated.and the only
amerence or opinion nov U
whether the struggle will be
Ointln.rl . n At
wu.iuu iv mu powers 01 eastern
Europe, or whether the a hole content
w ui ne arawn luto the vortex, la either
event the result on American industry
wdl be the same. The war will probably
ave Its greatest eflect oa the provision
market of the Uoited States. At present
vumb is me source from which all the
great markets of the oi l world draw
their supplies of wheat. Once In a war
with Turkey these supplies will be cut
off. aud the great markets ol Europe
will be compelled to look
elsewhere for their breadstuff!.
Tbey will naturally turn to the United
States, and the granaries of the great
forth west will U called upon to pour
mk iuir store, 01 gram for foreign con
eomption. ThU wtU cause an advance
la wheat, which, in turn, will cause ao
advance lo all other rraias which win
Uraaorted to as a aubstitote for flour.
wmvj. v mu vacnenge SSTS : I
'si tuu wui reap a
'harvest ot fold, and lor the West and
. I . ...
.-Northwest DathUig butood caa proceed
'from rnran n nrnin M TI.a v..-
w . tu,
wuiaiso befreally benefited. The fli
ln out ef great armies will create
r""d ., American manufao-
. ve wm create a
d of Idle artuazia. And furUier uation
apoa going to wr turaUT imDaira
to errand a. there U.w.U ,r0
4lr tbrt the war wbtrt, bei !i
femjtuaatafu Turkey, may utZ.
to Kttzi la wtUcB au the imt
powers of tbe old world may tie
involved, tbc demand for forcirtt
bonds will ba decreased, a eircunjNtaoce
which will force capital! la to Invest In
securities wluob arc ut subject to
the "fickle effects ol war."' American
securities will advance aud the demand
for them will tacrine comrondingly
60, all in all, tho war, whether it he con
fined to Eastern Europe or involves tho
entire continent cannot but result In food
to the t'nited States.
atnfcfc fO MWIATIOJAt.
A sensational ttory comes all the wy
from California to the efloct that Senator
Blaine has prciwred a paper to bo Intro
duced in the senate at the extra session
of congress to create a new tribunal to
investigate and decide opon Mr. Hayes'
right to the presidency. We put no re
liance in this story, and do not believe
Mr. Blaine, or any other senator, would
be foolish enough to embark In so haz
ardous an experiment. Mr. Blaine Is
sensational and not always discreet, but
we believe he I too shrewd a politican to
have anything to do with a scheme so
utterly bopt-lfss of moress n the one
charcvd to him. Lint should there be
any trulh in the story, the introduction
of the paper In the .senate would create
such a snatkn in the country as has not
been kuown since ISM. it U acrted
that the paper In question is nothing
more nor less thun a scries ot resolutions
setting forth that tlicr 0 cxlsUj lu the
minds 01 a Urge proportion ot the Amer
ican people grave doubts as to the legal
ity and justice of the final settlement ot
the l'residcntia! question which resulted
In the inauguration of Mr. llayus. The
resolutions then go on to say it Is "due
to the American people, and particularly
to the millions who, while bclitving
that he hal been fairly
dclcateJ, vet accepted the do
cision in his favor In good lailh, to
submit tho question to
a final arbitration of the
highest tribunal known to tho const!-
'tution supreme court of the United
States; that inasmuch as the propriety of
'such a proceeding may bo held to be a
'matter ot doubt, because of the fact that
five members ot that court were mem-
'bers of the late tribunal, therefore the
resolutions propose, a gruud court of
arbitration, created especially to
consider all questions that may
'be brought beforo it relating to the
legality of Mr. HaycV tenure, whether
in tho nature of a quo warraulo or oth-
erwite, and that said court be composed
'ot the chief justices of the supreme court
of each state in the union thirty eight
Judges in all; that the portion of these
resolutions which propose this court take
'the form ot a bill, to which is added the
opinion that any person other than the
'defeated candidate may bring action to
riunlace the nresent incumbent." Mr.
Blaine la sensational or notmng;yei we
do 'not believe blmsensational euough to
even contemplate so loolish a scheme as
Kasson of Iowa, will succeed Caleb
f'l'oMnnvtn HmJ.,IA --t , - ..
mg seditious articles, uavlng served its
purpose, has been put out of the way
oy a nolle prosequi, which has been en
tered by orrter ot tho attorney geucral
uia lieu aJo imagines that he
sees in Hayes the ghost of Andy John
son, and the old man has no more syra
pawnor Hayes than 1m had for John
(Jinney Ihrald: 'Bushiess and bus;.
ness prospect in Koutli Carolina have
much Improved since the withdrawal ol
Chamberlain and the troops. No general
massacre of tho colored people Is report
ed, as yet.'
the .Macomb hagle says: "Pity
the sorrows of the poor Republican edi
tor. It he sustains Hayes' action as to
South Carolina, he has to swallow all
he has written in favor of Grant and the
reconstruction policy.' If he don't
sustain Hayes be gets no postofflce.
war aw .
-uacomo i.agw. "fow that th
i,ouo,uuu centennial loan !s to be paid
-v v. . . ...
back Into the national treasury we might
DUt do not expect to soe some of our
Republican contemporaries apologizing
to mi. springer and the other Demo
craUccongresnuon whom they so mo-r-
cuessiy aouseu and ridiculed for their
stupi-nty in drawing un the resolution
.,l7n . v,
a Zrllt 1 re Pf'O'
U nit iii ronViPre8ldayes,but it
Ij not likely they caa carry the entire
unier wnien the tuoucy was given
not likely they caa carry the entire
Republican party with them. If these
lu'Q ninn s . .... 1 1
years there will be as wide a breach Le.
tneen iu8 two facUoas of the Republican
wijr us mero u now botweeu Ik iiKu r..
tuo nin'10li Kfintblicji thlnl.
" aue iumpton will be the uext Iemo.
.L. r. ... SUM
me '6ica sara La will ho . r
idahle candidate, because -i,u .i
uu"'"i l"e last campaiffn won fe i.i-
mu n.-pm ana conti fence ot all
1 . . . - -
.uria sua Boulb.'
Vicksbur?y.W: "It Is said that
Camiroa aud Ilartranft win tun.
sidenfs policy. This is younr Cam.
ern recently elected to the k-.t.
ffctu' tale, Pennsylvania, now very
-4'"V"w:ijr laiieu Vameronil llar
rauius governor of Cameronia. nd he
v.v. oiuio v.meron s made man
tuouviiiaii surprise us that these
ncu wm siuum tne rrealdent. They
care nothing lor the priuciplea they chum
to hold, but they care very much for th.
teuerai patrouage of Cauieronla. This
explains tueir descrtien of thebloo.fv
l. r-. 1 ,1 -
David Minick, aged an even huu
dred wt, died reoeutly in Owen county.
Mr. F.Taylor. prosecuting attorney
foe MlalaaippCounty ,allaourl.on,r rtday
'ght lit to, took four ril;,
wyiw wm a ruot Pt CbarleoB.
-A murderer paracd Edmonsoe will
be hanged at BloomfWld, Stoddard ouo
ty, Missouri, on the 16th of May.
-Durlag th lata temperance revival
at Fort Wayne, Indiana, over twelve
bmidred persons signed, tho pledge . not
to get drank any more.
TheGoleonda fferaM says: Cairo,
they say, is taklug tho lead ot Tadacah,
Ky., us tt tobacco tnarkvl .5 Wly one tor
Southern Illinois." ' 1 ' ' ' ' '
tiolconda Herald: "Aftr all it
teems we arc to-, have, a tolurubly lair
crop ot fruit. Reports irom dulcrcnt sec
tions of tho eounty' indicate that tho
peaches were not stall 10 badly damaged
as at first apprehended.
Kate Claxton once said: to a
Jersey physiciaui "Fire aud llamo will
always follow me, and my life will be
yielded np in a tragedy ;more terrific
than any eyes ever witnessed on the
A little daughter ol Mr. C. T. race,
ef Mt. Vernon, was playing about a bon
fire a few days ago, when her clothes
caught fire and she was burned so badly
that she died the following day . Mr C.
T. Pace Is a brother of Mr. E. C. 1'ace,
lormerlyof this city, but now a
merchant of Nashville.
It is said that Superintendent Etter,
in rrnlv to inquiries, has written a
letter 10 school directors, in which he
takes the ground that parents may do-
fermiuo the studies their children shall
pursue, and that, under the law, school
boards aud directors caunot expel stu
dents tor not taking the full course of
studies prescribed by them.
The tVolconda Herald says: "Hep
resentative Pierce iutorms us that there
Is a strong probability that the Southern
Illinois penitentiary will be located ut
this poiut. The desire, he says, is to
have it where good stme and timber is
wUhln reach, if that ho the object no
better place ou the Ohio river can be
found. We have plenty of good ston e
and timber in abundanc, and our ship
ping facilities, the river, u much cheaper
Tom May. ol JerseyviJe.weut home
drunk on Tuesday night of nst week, and
an his wife was leaving the roui with a
lamp in her baud ho threw a jlassat her,
hitting the lamp and causing an cxplo- j
sion. The woman was instan.ly envel
oped lu flames, and was tcrntjy burned
about the breaat, face, hands and arms
before they could be extinguished. Her
Injuries may yet pro'c fatal. Mays says
that he has no rccollejtiou of how it hap
pened. His own handv were badly burn
ed in trying to subdue tie flames.
To the Editor of tha Bcllbtim :
In the Paducah Sun of AprM 21a, we
find an article, with the lollowisg aP.
tion: "Our fourth tobacco hous,"in
which tho writer Indulges in some pretty
aevere iauendoes at Cairo as a tobotco
1 a toootco
market. He further
urther says tbe ktronn
irhu. Tinkle & Bird, being
rat Oiis as a tobacco market."
h nil a A nf HtrftlllM
as we regret to lose the "strong house
ot Straughn, Tinkle & Bird," we tan as-
sure our Paducah cotemporary
that their muov.il will have
no deleterious effect upon
Cairo as a tobacco market; hi-r aspira
tions arc not entirely based upon the
removal Into, or from her borders of one
strong houe. W ith our complete ar.d
thoroughly equipped railroads, five in
number, permeating tho whole area of
tho tobacco growing country of Illlnoi
Kentucky, Missouri and Tennessee, the
Mississippi aud Ohio rivers crowded with
every description of water craft, touch
Ingatour wharf daily, offering cheap,
rapia and safe transportation to and
from our market, the increased facilities
lor handling tobacco here, tbe deep and
uuimug iiitercsi maniiesteu Dy our
B.ei-.I m. - . . .
merchants, the cheapness of money at
our banks, and tbe always accessible out
let to tho sea. are a lew of the wore co
geni arguments in favor of
Cairo as a permanent tobacco
market. Cairo, it is true, has strnzeled
with every vicissitude incident to the
building up of a great inter-state tobacco
market, but she has nobly overcome ev
ery barrier and to-day you will find the
sales ol our tobacco fiuoted in every mar
ket In the world, as "Cairo, Ills. Inspeo-
1100 " Uur market " wwon. pa
baa attracted the attention of
buyers and seaboard factors, t
in a great measure to our ,
uur market this season. Darticu-
a great measure to our cheap
competing rates to Europe and the sea
boards. I he great State of Illinois is
too jealous of her fair fame as an agri
cultural state to not protect her products
within her borders, and means arc now
being consumated In her leirUlature to
more thoroughly protect aud aid iu the
a . .tt . .
ouiiaiug up ami fostering of the "Culro
ls a fact worthv
01 iieu: and apparent to
all who are observers, that the tobacco
sold in other markets adiaceut to Cairo
has to come to this point for an outlet to
the sea boards. Xow, the planter as a
general rule, -.i Intelligent aad a close
figurer. If ho is in lllinols.he aces at once
that the purchaser of hU tobacco on the
. a 1 ....
mnucau market wui tiave to ship it to
Cairo lor an outlet, paying transporta
tion from I'aducah to Cairo in order to
avail himself of our cheap com
peung rates; tha plauter will naturally
Inquire who pays this return freight
from Tadueah to Cairo; he Is forced to tbe
coucluslon be is payinn for the "whisUa
and hereafter will shin his tobacco to th
point most accessible to the seaboard
The whole thing in a uut-shell is this
sconce tau be brought to Cairo
as cueap as any other market, and It
can be told here at as good a price as in
any otner inland market; and it can be
hipped from here to Europe or the sea.
board cheaper than Irom Cincinnati.
Louisville, St. Louli, Evauivilie, or Pa-
ducah,-the result of.whlcn is, buyers
are new seeking this market.
CEN WADE ON HAYES.
Th PrklUcnt S)Brii r.llrr !
Nsnacni in ir Tcrme jr she
Nkw York. Ar-rH 22.-The'lW fur
nishes tho follow!" letter, written by
cx-Scuator Benjamin F. Wade, of Oblo,
In condemuatloii of Hayes' Southern pol
icy, and which U now published for Iho
first time: , . ,
Jefkbrsox, Ohio, April 9.
To Mr. W. If. Psintcr, Wblngton, 1.U.
My Dear Sm:-Your letter of the
fifth was duly received. ou ask it I re
member what 1 said In favor of President
Haves in my endeavor to procure ids
nomination at the Cincinnati convention.
I do remember it, alter what has since
transpired, With indignation and a bit
terness ol soui that 1 never felt before.
You know with what untiring zeal I
labored lor the emancipation ot tho
slaves of the South, and to procure just
ice for them bclore and during the time I
was in congress, and I supposed Gover
nor Hayes was in full accordance with
me on this subject; but I hBve been de
ceived, betrayed, and even humiliated by
the course he has taken, to a degree that
I have not language to express.
During the first month of his adminis
tration we find him closeted with two of
the worst and most maliguant enemies of
tho colored race that can be found in all
thit slave-cursed region, and there con
sulting with those malefactors how best
he can put these colored people under th
iron heel ot their most bitter enemies, and
reduce them to a condition infinitely
worse than before they were made free.
1 feel that to have emancipated these peo
ple, aud then to leave them unprotected
to be a crime as inluuious a to have re
duced them to slavery when they were
free, riiiI for Hayes to do
UJs to the men who had at the
hazard of their lives given him the
votes without which he never could have
had the power to do this terrible Injus
tice. No doubt he meditates the de
struction of the party that elected him.
A contemplation of all thh Mils mo with
auiHomont and inexpressible indigna
tion. My only consolation Is that his
tory informs me that better men than 1
ever pretcuueu to be have, in a like
manner, been deceived. Some have at
tempted to excuse him by saying that
he means well, but hell is paved with
just such good intentions.
Yours truly, B. F. Wadk.
PreaMlrnt IfMjre' Sioiilliern Policy
.iiftre1 by Colorea Jlru-Hn.
Hayea 1 ruijieraut'e hoelely Mlarel
Wasaixotox. April 22. Cable tele
grams received by the state department
indicate that inero is no longer any pos
sibility ot averting war between Hussla
" WKII ltK.MEl).
Chief Justice Carter yesterday denied
the writot mandamus applied tor agaiust
the secretary of the navy. The object ot
the petitioners was to compel that odio
lal to revise the action ot the department
in me settlement 01 prize money lor the
rebel rani Albemarle. The judge held
that the service on the previous secretary
or the navy mu not bold good as respect
ed tbe present incumbent. Hits ntoney
having already been distributed aud paid
out, there was no reliable ground on
wmcn to lounu tne application, louusel
for petitioners gave notice of an appeal
JUST WHAT IS NEEDED.
Lx-Congressman Lone (colored) of
Qeorela. expresses himself as lullv aat-
I Umed that the president's Southern pol-
i8 needea to bring about gooa fsellng
x Myi" tii'e"'c6T6rc1I"iwoDle Uhave
caue of comDlaint. Th f.oi,r...
- s - avaissjc ilfj"
jtween the two races is friendly, and all
" f.!cure'1 1,1 their rights. He spoke of
iiHiiDerauty 01 the state in providing
uuitouuuui melius lur me coioreu as well
a ue wiiuc peopie. in ins own el'v
r ll.A. N a ...1.1... I , 1 .. .
1 .wwii; 1:1c nimeaiiu uiacK unite in se-
leciug the best men to office, without
rejaru to po.iucs.
8CXDAY tVEXIXO VISIT.
thief Justice Haite and Secretary
4otl,W ll'.ivn 11 f L" .r ..... : . I .
thitevenin and were a long time In a
cuiauiiation wuii tne rresiuent.
iR9 BATES' TEMPERANCE SOCIETY.
A temperace orcanizition w formal
incus city to night under the name ot
. - " IUJH
Jirsnuinenoru u. Hayes' temperance
SUCIy. KeSOllltlonR uora mlnlD.l
uui.iiijt me acuuinenrs 01 Mrs. liayes re-
foiuug luoureui intoxicating liquors
w.; uiujcii oiju biuiiiar occasions
sr win Keniain In !. luu.
SSu I nlil i be lroop re Kr.
VliailV III LfllT h i IHrmtl B1tla lua
i"XUl. it IS r ml, v .,..!
iuai uuvernor l'aekard will
.x : j
uiaiu in trie state Iimia
after the troops are withdraw
uia uien i paiu ou. 1 be contingent fund
wmcn uovernor Nicholls has consented
iv uc lur luai iiurifisKp u i va i ioK.in
oy un paymasipr-goneral, assisted by a
wuimiiuTUI turee irom e Ihor Th.
money will be nai.l to n.u .1: .
i.iiiuiuil Biiuis out OllltA a nnnn.pxl
enterprising lndviduals who hold pf.L-.
ard warrants, for which they paid live to
ten cents on the dollar. 1
The imnresslon imnno 1 i.
iwVi . L?!t b,utt" senator will not be
fSlJ.UDtil Wednesday next, when the
..o.aiuio win assemble In the state
I'.nn.Y . ta.lk raongth extremist
Leruibhcans Is that they will endeavor to
1 u'"0'nation and elect an antl
J".. r.":lw." "Viator, l'artles are very
much divid,,! 6ru cauduateg numerous.
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uort.i5l"arute4 im U Caaee
Popul ,ir i 1 1 , , s t rate d book (Jflopa geslot!
W.U.HOOD! Womanhood 1 Marriaoe!
Imoedmient to Marriage the cauae
tV,ure' e"tecctirr-iealW, post
c. r5 ceft! by Hr. C. WniTTira,
btj bt. Charh-s Street, St. Louis, Mo.,
tntjrreat ipegialut. Read his work.
Soribner s Monthly
AN UNRIVALED ILLUSTHA
When SCRiB.faa Issued Its famous Mid
summer Holiday Number in July, afriendly
ciitia said of tt 1 We are not sure but that
fcRiBNKR baa touched blgu-watrr turk.
We d not see what worlds are left to ft to
conquer." Rut tbe publishers do not con
sider that tbey have reached the ultima
tbule of excellence tbey believe "there are
other worlds to couquer, and they propose
to conquer them."
Tbe prospectus for the new volume give
the titles ot more than fifty papers (mostly
Illustrated), by writers ol the highest merit.
Under the head of
we hiive "A Winter on tbe Nile," by Gen.
McClcllau ; -Sauntering About Constanti
nople," ly Charles Dudley Warner; "Out
of My Window at Moscow," by Eugene
Schuyler! "An American in Turklstan,"
etc. 'Three serial stories are announced-
fly Dr. Uollaud. the Editor,
whose story of "Scvenoaks " 2ve the hijrA
e-t satisfaction to tbe readers of the
Tbe scene ot this latest novel is laid on
tbc banks of Iho Hudson. Tbe hero is a
voune man who has been always "tied to a
woman's sDrou strings." but who, by tbe
death of his mother, is left alone In the
world to dciit on the current of hie with
a lortunc, but witbout a purpore.
Anotber aerial, "Ilia Inheritance." by
SIim Trafton, will begin on the completion
ol "That LaM o' Lowrie'a," by Mm. Hodg
son Burnett. Mrs. Burnett's story, begun
in Aurust. has a pathos and dramatic power
which have beeu a atirprise to tbe p
There i to fee a seties 01 original
quisitely Illustrated papers ot -ropulai Sci
ence," by Mrs. UerricK, each paper com
plete in itself.
There are to be, from various pens, papers
"Home X-lfe and Travel"
Also, practical suggestions as to town and
country life, village improvements, etc., by
Mr. Barnard's articles on various indus
tries of Great Britain Include tbe history of
'Some Kxueriments In Co-operation," "A
Scotish Loaf Factory" in the November
number, and "Toad Lane, ltochdale," in
December. Other papers are, "Tbe British
Workinman's Home," "A Nation of Shop
keepers," "Ha'penny aw eek for the emid,"
A richly illustrated serins will be given on
"American Sports by Flood and Field," by
various writers, ana each on a uinereut
theme. The subject of
"Household and Home eooratiou"
will have a prominent place, whilst the
productions of American humorists will up
pear iroin mouiu 10 montn. ine nvi 01
shorter stories, biOKrapblcal and otoet
sketches, etc., is a lone one.
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abroad. There will be a series ol letters on
literary matters, from London, by Mr. Wei
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as heretofore, so far as limited space wil
permit, to the discussion of all themes af
fecting tbe social and religious lite of the
world, and specially to tbe Iresbest thought
of tbe Christian thinkers and scholars of
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