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A tw ..-; ' vf It-- A"'"-- Vtll.I'MH V lit SI Mlll.ll .U.I IMS. DtiErnnc a::i::ucax thu nT 1 wi f. i T!'. "iu t. h i i v- M t Hi T A '.t li -TIB OI' l I ! ". SiX- i. ! aj r, rr-.!!y n- 1 fcvJ uni-roved, !!. f tb- i:.t fa!, a:nl int f-tit.;'i'n!r. .3 hi r j.nM.-hi L I'.u ry run.l f it- !"-au-lJ i"y j : I s!i! ! , . il!"i!it' '3 ilh k. M-r:.l tr:,',i .1 i;s;;,ravii.;;, n J i ii!i' Nt Ifi lit i'Jj, Novtilii Hi M'f!: ai-ii-tt, A ,'!:r u!l si U', Chi tiii-'.ry, I'Lf.ifrnj'hy, MMi(n-tuitA, Ki!0'iiu.cr- Urn !:', Alt. Kfrji'To, Mf t!.?iii , 1m oil tot k, r.i.- ti.-Tf, t.i.miMA, ,Mai.UfturrA, J t(il5l,( (.f ,jlt.st rnn(Ilt l.t.ratnro " t v, r? rrf f ,f"' ; or ll. r day. lint a Ainp'.o f-a-o .4 tl.o the ,Si. ,;l,-jMf(wfi tf great j Wrnrr Hrirrur givrn np to nd ,duc in th.-ir r. jM-rtiTf rai!;.:,. It j tHlifi, ntK anu i;s ,irj,e s rt-ducr.l to 1 tit i -i la f.i.d (".u" "i hf.oiH wiil have them ' I Ifiuidr. di of lu!!ars aim ua!Iy,.l'Ofcidon ! a';ur" ,! a " ; ! 1 . . 1 ...... I . ' j khUWl' 'l-O, tii5 T, 1 1 14' oi tt llirtl l tie Oil it 1 e ',iiii.i:y fht,!i:atf. A!! put. hS t;i liiit- id. with th" t!;oii., p-.'.b!iKh..d wc.kly. J'.vi ty rublicor I'l ivate library idiould bavf th work buiit.d : it s rved f r it f i 1 urciieii. Tho yearly ritimbcra of t!io 8--wntith' .iiii' i i (j( luahe a H'ioiiiini toiume 1,1 j 1 A t 1 n. iiny n.c thous.uol quarto IW. equivalent to nearly lour iiimwa.i.i or-, du;ary Imuk pag a. A New Vo'umc j r,nI,t.rH iu tljut oity escccil it. The rates euiuin.-iiees J.uiuaiy 1, lw:J. l'ublish-; f,)T ua vert isi:i- are: In The Daily llr ed V.Yokly. Terms: Una Year, fit; j llLIlAS,8ix iill(H or jHf ft w,.ir CO iiaii-jear. i..,o; uiuuh oi leu e.q.iea f,.r(li.n Y, .ir -. K,,,,.;,,.,.,! P,,..w,a ! , , jv i ........ if nt gratia. Addreaa ilisN A; Co., 37 l'aik ll.iw, New Yolk. Ac" The l'ublifdiers of tho S-kntirfi:: Aiiii'ri' Qii, iu connection with the pub lication of tho paper, have, acted as So licitor tif Pud iiIh for twenty-two years. Thirty Thousand Applications for Tu teuta have been tiia.lu through tlieir Agency. IMoro than One Hundred Ihotisand inventors have nought tho counsel of the 1'roprietorH of tho S u-n-hjh- Aiii- rifan concerning tlieir inven tions. Con.sultations and advice to in ventors, by mail, free. Pamphlets con cerning I'atent Laws of all Countries, free. A handsome Dound Volume, contain ing 1 r0 Met ham-ial iCngravings, and the United States Census by Counties, with Hints and Receipts for Mechanics, mailed on rweipt tf 2oe. THE SPR1II0FIELD REPUBLICAN. A Journal cf Sew England Kews and Opin iens. rubbished on a double sheet with 48 columns Daily at $8 a year; Semi Wc kly at $1; and Weekly at $2; always in advance, by SaVIIKL I)uWU;s & Covi Axr, Springfield, Mass. The prorninuit features of The Ke- npeciiaen copies , i rem a as a Ntvjtiper nnd Family Journal are, eompleteiicHS and prompt ness, intelligence and Fysti ui in tho preparation and publication of News of every description Keeking to give not only tho fact but the meaning and mor al of every event; a full and thorough digest of all New England intelligence; free, candid and piquant Editorial Dis- cushions of all public occurrences, men and things; intelligent and indepen dent Correspondence from Boston, New York and Washington, the far West, and from Europe, letters of travel, let ters of fact, lctttrs of opinion and criti cism; He-views and Extracts from New Hooks; t-pecial Aummanes of intelli gence in the Literary, Art and Religions worlds; Storit', Skulches, Essays, l'o- try, bits of lograpby, Science Agri-j constant practice under a competent in cuiture, Mechanics, etc., from original j structor. The latter will come by the and Europe. No other newspaper prop- j er gives so mach space as The lUiTbU- i .ax tiall thil.-th-rwid vanVtrof TJt . . ... - J erarv ami raianv Iteni1in. I - . " - i Ii!KSr:Mi-f.ii!!.Yi:ini.ucAS, printed! j on a dotik- i-heet, with tcven of its tight jnges filled with Lews and j mts elhineoiu reading, has no superior j as a iiewt-pi.r t interior ciieiilation ' S(i ;v Ijland. It cives alt the news ; ef the daily piper, promptly and order ly, and tn.bru-es Itnid. s all the rdito- f rial, literary and uuHcclaneous couteEti I , oi thai fei.ee io persons who nave ; , . ,, , ! Lcrrtofure taken w t-tkiy papers, ana are ; not m favoi-jJ Ie locations to receive a! , ., . , . ; daily; or to ji-rois at a instance who i dei.ire, more pronq tly and fully than! l.i.. Mt. I,,.,,;.!, .,.1 i . , i v i- I , local u-v tod opmuns of N.w Leg- , ... , T....' lau.i, w ran miimn roiuii.t-aA a us - Sij.i-Wi.aau Urn u-ak. IU price is is tl a irsr for fc:r.;le cist! and in - 'I,;.,,,. ' 1 - i ,al' . , .1 Thk V.iiiiv HnriLKAS t .--couiing J rr.oie And H ire sn oiTin of Nt Eug- btnl 0;..".i-n, and a Fcn.ilv, !..'. ticid, j ties, ami c.t.i-p4-ut.y return no part , the niid. discovers to mc-reu-s; tut let. Lav nothing to do w ith poktc, Imt are ! ortioa t it is built of . ii . i.f Iti.i H O .Milt r-v.rn Ir, m ,! i- ; V w lVnetf.it I .-.rf laxr. f l.rtii nt fit. a rtiiii r.f1 f. ir I h.!r fit!! ,t v nn.t in ...rrril w I i - ... . t 4 1 Niiii Mio L.. I n.rr .1- -.!:.;. 1U lnl ' ;, V . ..... r- , y ... v " "i . - i aa'J il propose -i 10 ouiiu lh lunmu- : I' .! ti.:iilfi .I'ln.r. I .i.e1 vi.ur V w . ( 1 nr.l ..a llu it.i rTn.-l pt.lii 11... .ri.n ri, I .Tt 1 1 ' II . 1 ri i".i n r; n i trr.i I 1 : . . . . . " Mi-i .t.t.:::m.t .; of tie Week, it,; - r":.:,r i "yr' .r-r r r : r:;; . ;.rr th ih tnai, a- tupo- I'lJf (! e;'-4 NtW Ef-'-aLd itCI)l).' ,,,nf..,-l..r..l J....t. ru .-.r ! m. 1 l.,...i lv I ,t.tt . r, .1 .,,.!- l., in.n in ' .v.f,nr. 1 f.i "!r -.'. Wf,..1 r,.1 It frn.U i rons fcaii.l-.tne of whlHl it IS COr.trUC- C. tZil its iwUxn of ttatciid, c.-mztrcial t!;h cf tie whole. j O A's tand is gold. maxciikstki:. yt.. ! ..; Jl .i i want. j.- in t' f t f r - Hiitv..... 1 . i tu.l J i i t t;" pt-ut lull cf tin ftUjJ k- It-.L'Tl J,! ! (!( V. U 1 t' 1 Jit.lj iitl 11M'US- .i.-r.A. r..rr.s.i .1. t l.rnrr I.V. . . , , ... j ... j i WS ll?l"l rv it !l !:, M-IKS ffllil Ijt- a;. atil otlwr iutrrifttti;; anl itit-titiC-ti' f..r-;i!y t i !.' ; Its t .rt i.liit : n i r ;i i'l'v nt tidily. i"t ii!v tbrou -lout Nv VuyhiA I ut all imr'tbe rout.'ry, fnt ax tl ! (, ir r o' l--al NVw t A I.i rl.n.d Ih t.h; ticoiid, a. tl L 1 1 rq n.M.i,ta'i uf lint i i.Hii.'td N-,- J-Iiig-l iii l opii. i:i, a: 1 t!,ird, nu griTnii ! $2 a yt rsr, or to $1,75 a copy in rhiha. Tin? t irt niitiioi, cf Tin: Hi i i ii.ican, !tl. in character a-td cxtetd, piUs it : aiii'ing t!ie very choicest udverlit-ing j lued.uina in tin country. Its fcubso'i i bera liuiiiltir tot ween 20,(K)!) nnd '!?, , Oi)(), and its ri adi-rs riwin one liuudred j thousand, and are among the must iu : ti-ligeiit an 1 enteijifisiiig families, farni I l UJ ... ,.i vv.-. T.'.,,.l i I I " 1,111, l.iiniiif .1? ii II Ji ,ILn J.jl !J H(J1 n aii'l tho West No jiaper out of Boston j Kew Knglotid lma by half no large a :irg,. thn til.(.ulltion Htul 01JV t,vo f(,r (),le ,1( ftnJ o- CfcntH fortiM.j, Kul),c l(.Ijt j , . , fiqnare, 7o cents for one day und 5U cents for each bubsequent day; in The Wekrly IJr.i'1-iiucAM, 15 cents alineeaeh insertion. Address Samit-L Howlks & Coiu'asy, Springfield, Mass. ClIAttACTKH Or A TlU'E ClIttUTtAN. II is a sineero man, a pr.ro minded man, a Ik avinly-mindi. d man, an nfTectionato man, a man lowly esteeming hi a spirit ual attainments, a diligent a patient man, a prayerful man a ben evolent man, a honpilablo man, a for bearing and foregiving man, a sympathi zing man, a man placing a low estimate on earthly distinctions, a man modest in his opinions, a man regardful of tho esteem of others, and of his own repu tation, a peaeeablo man, a good citizen a man upright in his business, a man mindful of tho ilight of time, a man of daily growth iu graco, a man of sobriety a tnau clothed with the spirit of Christ. The IterrEU Way. It is much better for a young man to devote three or four years to learning some respectable, trade which will support him iu after life, than to waste his timo and money in preparing to enter the professions of law and medicine, which are over crowded. In the present state of the country a trade is a certainty, and tho youth who wishes to raise himself toir ilope.ndeneo without burdning his friends or relatives, will certainly pre fer a good trade to the unprofitable ti tie of doctor or lawyer. There are to many of the practicing lawyers and physicians whose average incomes are not equal to a skillful mechanic, and many whoso emoluments will not pay current expenses. Let no falso pride j deter oar young men from securing a prize in tha lottery of life. If they feel within them aspirations for public life still let them acquire a trade; for that our future legislators, in the state and national couueils, will lie taken ironi the working classes, is as certain as that the sun will rise to-morrow. Skill and en ergy will command success in trade; the former i only to be acquired by habit of daily labor and the determina tion to acquire wealth and position by a roan's own exertions in a word to U: a 'f made man hnd it is Buclnuon that build up cities and communities, and iiintf. nnlmiiii tirrisnei-diin t lmino i.tul A I respected abroad. Commotion- is the Natcr.vl Would. The last two month." have given evi dence of the ungual agitation amid the following list shows: Oct 'J. Gale in Labrador; 30 ves sels lost and many lives. Oct. 29. Hurricane in Tortola. Oct 30. Hurricane in San Domingo Inagua, kc. Nov. 1. Hurricane ia Hong Kong. Not. 2. Huiricaneat Calcutta. Not. 3. Eruption at Yt suvius. Nov. C. Torauado at Matumoras, It-xas. Loss cf f u.W-O.W'O. x Y , , -. oV- J L o.caMc ei uptiuu in Mca rauea. Nov. 20.- Earthquake at Tortola, St Croix, hi. Iliumas, ic. Dec. l.-Earthpiake at Porto Rico, -- - - Vrrmont, Maine and Navada are the j only thri-e Stat that ha so ditills- tuksday mokmm;, W:V! "'i0'' ul"m ti!!1' ,:,riU i l.t L. 1 t ft t-torf. M5;l k'-Mvli t "At; l liv' t- tm.!aiich.!y. 1--hijm Cllhlolli I V rt KJV, !. t'-ni'" hari.. ! 'Ar.I li 3id, Lol I am ruir.od, and ; "'Tr Vi. , ! -i" - el-ana' it in hlow in J1; ogress, t'en a ! a!t r .l-.tb ..tradaally b-co.nc butter in j IH'1 h.iiii tbo lbt,Ur boil.tb, nn- j til the crnta.:euU!i creature tluiektli out his boul in angutali. "jVj! it is better to be ruined quickly than to endure Ilia Lw torture- "I will give my tuouuy to tho pour man even to tin; powcr-st, which ia ho who priutelh ncwsaapi-ra, and I will fcSut my s'jop, and wrap mvaolf iu sack el.)'. U of di filiation, and pans my days in tho j'eriioua or broken banks, eurs isng the hardueisof the times and ren du)'' m v rarmcuta. And the fowling of Home shall be as dulcet bounds of dub imers, and they who blow the Utiles, ami instruments of iiiUMC, compared to tho din 1 will mako in the ears of the wicked even in tho 1 cars of the bank directors. "And even us ho said, so he did; for ho was not like other men's sous, who are foolibh and know it not, atd the) will do so and so, performing that which is contrary. "For tho sou cf men are fickle, and he that Is borri of a woman doth Bpite his faco by diminishing tho nose thereof. 'Audio! tho printer even ho who published newspapers was made glad by the bounty of hita who sold whole sale and retail; and he did sound his praises and print them moreover, and did blow his trumpet of fame respecting that man's dealings fromtha rising of tho sun even to the going down of tho same. "And he even tho printer of papers did magnify and enlarge upon tho stock of goods which tho trader had in store, and did publish tho variety, and tho excellence, and tho uownebs, and tho beauty, and the cheapeness thereof till tho people yes, all of them, far and near, were amazed- And they 8tid,- lo ! this man has gathered from tho east and west costly merchandise and wacs of wonderous value even tho workmanship of cuning artificers and we knew it not. "(Jo to them. Wo will lay out our silver and gold, and those things which ho doth publish shall bo ours. For this man's merchandise is better than tho bank notes of thoso who piomiso to pay, and therein lie, even tho tanks of deposit which beguile us of our mon ey and swindle us like sin. "l'ut tho trader was still sad, and ho said: The money that these people givo for the goods in my store I will give to the printer and thus will ruin myself; I will do that which no man hath yet done iu my time, or before. I will make the printer man, whom all men scorn for his poverty, rich, and ho shall bo clad in fine linen and rejoice. "And the sons of men shall meet him in tho market-plaoe, and tho sheriff shall shun him, and the scoffers shall take off their hats to him that was poor. "And ho shall flash tho dollars in the eyes of the foolish, and shall eat bank notes and sandwiches. "Yes, even shall he light his pipe with cotton money and cast his spittle on tho beards of other men. "For I shall ruin myself, and ho who advertises me shall enjoy my substanco. "Hut, lo ! tho trading man, even ho who sold merchandise, becamorich and even as the unclean beast lieth dowu in tho mire, so btirred he not bv reason of much greenbacks. "And the people flocked to his storo from the North, and from tho South, and from the East and from the West. "And the printer rejoiced, and his "phat" did abound. "Hut the trader could not becomo poor and Lis melancholy ceased, and I the smiles of happiness were upon his face. "And Lischildren did become mighty in the land by reason of the dollars which many of tho people who read his advertisements had poured into tha tnuW. moncv-baL's." If one fchould give me a dish of sand and say there were particles of iron in it, I might look for them with my eyes, and starch f jr them with my c!umbKv fingers, aud be unable to de- . but ,fct mQ uU a et , .... , . . . and sweep it through, aud how wonld it draw lo itself the mobt invisible par- tide by the mere iKiwer of attraeti m! The unthankful lu-art, like my finger iu ii:ckmih:k 21. mi. 'It. Sm;th, Ton t,;i, x mi otieo of-! 11 fU-l I u'jut- ,!. jcu n.aa that tl.ri! Toil l.r. m-'if.l? . rir; I lifi.l the hj-bt fr the tuan w1u ,J; "Ah ! tlic e.ui t Utob rsli'od roil dif- f, ,ut!v. Tbiv mi-iHed that tho dih - fl'r 11 . .mi, i.r, x ouiy miuwu n jinn, p dA ou if." To ruice g,d cropN i.-i oftt u tho best way t laiM a mortgage. -When waaNoah iu America? When he w on the Ark-and caw. How to get ink out of linen-jeik j an editor out of his shirt Don't ex periment on us. Why tire dogs valuable to tanners? Because of tho quantity of bark tiny yield. Valuo the friendship of him who stands by you in tho storm; swarms of insects will surround you in the sun shine. --Deatli, hell and thu grave you may escape, but I'll bet you four dollars that vou have to bi vour wifli a new bonnet if she wants it. A natural curiosity is reported in Titn.sville, Pa., in the shape of a pig with a human face. Such curiosities are not confined to Pennsylvania. "What is that dog barking at?" asked a fop whoso boots w ere more pol ished than his ideas. "Why," said the bystander, "he sees another puppy in your boots." The advantages of bobtailed cats are that their tails cannot get under a rocking chair or bo stepped upon, and that the door can bo closed quicker when they go out. A Justice, better versed in law than gospel, not long since married a couple in this way: "Hold up your hands. You solemnly swear that you will per form the duties of your office, jointly and severally, according to your best skill and judgment. So hilp you God; fee one dollar." "What do you call this ?" said Mr. Jones Smitii, gently tapping his break fast with his fork, "Call it?" snarled the landlady, "What do you call it ?" "Well, really, said Smith, "I dont know. There is not hair enough in it for mor tar, but there is entirely too much if it is intended for hash I" On some railroads it is customary to have a lock on tho stove to prevent passengers from meddling with tho fire. A conductor being asked why they lock ed the stove, replied, that "it was to prevent tho fire from going out." During the "Black Hawk war," one Major P feeling himself not exact ly posted respecting the enemy, sought information of one of his brother offi cers in this wise: "Cap'en, which of the Injens aro the most savage, the hostile ones or them that go on foot?" ' A precious upecimen of Young America got lost at a country fair m New Yersey, and went bawling around, much to tho annoyance of the people, who inquired tho causo of his grief. He answered with suppressed sobs, "I want ray mammy that's what's the matter. I told the darned thing ahe'd lose mo." The Virginia ( Montana) Enterprise says: "Wo were considerably amused the other evening, at three little girls playing among the sage-brush in a back yard. Two of them ware "making be lieve keep house" a few yards distant from each other neighbors, as it were. One says to the third little girl: "There, now, Nelly, you go to Sarah's house, and stop a little while and talk, and then you come back and tell mo all w hat she says about me; and I'll talk about her; then you go and tell her what I say, and then we'll get mad and don't speak to each other jet like our moth- trs do, you know. O ! that'll be such fun." A Wisconsin democratic editor is in agony over the suggestion that Gen. Sherman should bo the democratic nominee for President, as follows: 'This mushroom of civil w ar, blood watered, rank with the corruption and wickedness e ngendered in tho hellish crusade for tho enslavement and de- j aJation of white men and thetriumph 01 niggers-u.is uang a democratic canidate for the honors which, as a par- . tr we ijave conferred njion Jefferson, j JladirKin, Jackson, Van Buren, Pierce - anj Buxbannau ? Proposed by aKen- j tuckian, from a sovereignty tbousarw of whose sons rest in unhallowed graves, slain for the love of liberty by Sher man's minions? Great God! that a demiK-rat should s disgrace himself and humiliate that grand old party!" 1 Itceim officers in Great Britain i u uv, arc f k.ttntd on the taxpayer. "I" K U M f : l. ir Aimtun.ln Ail vtn . Haw VrAtT. without j .......1 t.r-.Ur in it. No iii!.lrui ran :rcw vijm 1it ful, ir.t1l;r.t an.l (; - l, iiu! si thrv ;a lrfn tlifl unl-jivtA cf a iudifiin. healthful household diwtit- hne. No parent a ran mould and fisli- imnthecurand rl.ara.-t.ra of thr.r ; cini.iren to uic iiiiior i p oi nonor and ooodn. ,r, m U th. y lav main tallied a kiT.d but firm government in f tt.e l.oine eire.e. .or wni in. vanon, nienda rs of the family lovo andre-i pect eaeh other, unh sa each has a just regard for the xition and rights of aj j10 0iirr8 The fatlier lins his sphere, duties, ; rights and responsibilities; so has the mother, ,1' the sons and daughters, and each and all others connected with the family. Thero must Im some well understood regulations to be observed, or confusion will ensue. The child has rights, ns well as the parent; and servant as well as the master or mis tress, and their rights should no more bo invaded than thoso of parent or master, otherwise tho government be comes oppressive and unjust, rather than of right and moral forco. You take from a child, forcibly, what really belongs to him, or compel him to Her vice not properly his own, simply be cause he is a child and you compel him and yon foster in him tho worst of passions, destroy his respect for you, and lay tho foundations of oppression, injustice and wrong in his character. If restraints and exactions aro made, considerately, upon tho younger nnd more dependent members, will all the, moro cheerfully yield duo respect and obedience to thoso whoso right it ia to direct and control. True, tho exact line of duly may not always bo precise ly defined; hut a parent understanding eaeh one's sphere, will bo quite suffic ient to thoso disposed to do right And if any question or dissatisfaction arise, tho head of tho family can decide and set it right. That love is always the nobler and better which is mingled with respect j Parents must mako themselves respect ed by their children, if they would bc curo to themselves tho purest and best of filial affection. Unless they are re spected, they are not likely to ba obey ed; and, what is quite as bad, if ho does not respect his parents, ho will not res pect ihmself or others; his moral tense becomo weakened, and the frame-work of a disssolute and vicious character is rapidly constructed. It is tho duty, of the parent to see that his person, Lis character, and his authority bo respect ed in tho family, not for his own Bake more than for the general good, and tho welfare of each particular member. But let it bo understood that no father or mother can bo respected, or secure good order in tho household by wc.old ing, blaming, threatening or punishing; no exhibition of passion, or arbitrary exerciso of power will do it. This may make a parent feared, and secure a reluctant obedience, but nothing more. There may bo passion, but no control, and no govornmeut follows, and no ro spect. In order to be respected, ono must des"rve respect. Not even a father or mother can long bo respected, unless their character and conduct command it. It is one of tho saddest pictures in all that sad gallery of unhappy house hold life, where children cling with in stinctive affection to a parent and try to respect but cannot, because cf that parent's many faults. Y'et a family must bo taught taught this as well as other things. It is not enough to say, "They ought to know how to act, and what to say, without being told." They must be told. If a child speaks improp erly, his attention should bo called to it He did not, perhaps, -consided how it seemed or sounded. If ho persisted it should he more seriously impressed on his mine!, lie sure the fault, whatever it be, be corrected at once. Tares do not root themselves out, aor die till they have ripened hurtful seed. Rules, and laws, and regulations need not all the time be talked about But when a fore getfullness or disregard of these, dis turbs the domestic harmony, then see to it that the remedy be speedily appli ed. Good order will restore hajpinesa to the household. Respect and affection intermingled, mutual right regarded and duties done, w ill secure peace, vir tue and prosperity to the family. JfjUnr' Journal. The Treasury building at V BJiLington when completed, will have cost nearly j Kxjy 0f tue murdered President. Mrs. 13,0'hVXK), and it will ho the finest Ex-j Lincoln, after remarking upon the ex ecutive ed.fic in the world. The greats pensivenes of the silrer tcrews and Maine granite, , . I fed u duiUtgraUn,- rapidly. GF.S. GRANTS TvSlT;0S PEF1SED. "i kur ' j r n is t i th rwi ir N i y!l ti.e OTiCHiondoni pro iiii) tu tl;t lliiuf mi Tti,dy lt Uom (it'iu-rat (ri.t, rr!!irftn tlc rc ntxtnl of lbn. f dm M. Mantt-n and ( ii in i a! S!. i!,bti and Sh k ba If rn 111 llt.f'Il' piiblib-rl, but tli' f..!3.1IM lb pru.ttn b tt. r which h tritnl ( r.m-h tho ruiii",t v of the public: l h; ui.j Hl-AO-jl fctfc, 1 Ai-niM or t nn I'mii d Sit.- AslliN .iA, All. II, IMm. ) lla '.?--!!, ',, y n,!rr- Jnhnm-n, 'r" Vf i" f " ,,'. , .Vii' ; Sir: I tako the bin rtv of addn w-ini' n 1at( ., , t f u venation f h.id t!ii iiiorniiiir. fecIiiiL'. !UJ j tK tho tUn,r U) tho W( f:vn, f lU tountrv sillu,,j ,,, carr, out tha ,Ui ,hu 0 .,,,,,,,1, i. ll express.'. First: Oil the Mihjectof the displace met t of the Secretary of War, tl is re moval cannot b effected against his will without the consent of tho Senato. U wan but a short tune since tho I'nit ed Slates Senate w us in heKwioii, and why not then have aked for his remov i.l if it was desired ? It certainly was the intention of the legislative branch of the Government to place a Cabinet Minister beyond the powwr of the Exe cutive removal, and it is pretty well un derstood that so fur as Cabinet Minis ters aro affected by the tenure of office bill, it was intended specially to protect the Secretary of War, whom the coun try felt great confidence in. Tho mean ing of the law may be explained away l y an astute lawyer, but common sense and tho views of tho loyal people will givo to it the effect intended by its fra niers. Second: Ou the subject of the remov al of the very able Commander of the Fifth Military District. Let nio ask you to considerthe effect it would havo upon tho public. Hois universally and deservedly beloved by the people who sustained this Government through its trials, and feared by thoso who would still he the enemies of tho Government. It fell to the lot of but few -men to do as mush against an armed enemy as Gen. Sheridan did during tho rebellion, and it was within tho scope of tho abil ity of but few in this or any other coun try to do what ho has. His civil ad ministration has given equal satisfac tion. Ho has had difficulties to con tend with which no other District Com mander has encountered. Almost, if not quite, from tho day ho was appoint ed District Commander to tho present timo tho press hai given out that he was to bo removed, that tho administration was dissatisfied with him. This has emboldened tho opponents of tho laws of Congress within his command to op pose him in every way in their power, and has rendered necessary measures which otherwise tnay never have teen necessary. In conclusion, allow mo to say as a friend, desiring, peaco and quiet, tho w elfare of the count ry.North and South, that it is, in my opinion, more than tho loyal peoplo of this country I mean those who supported the Governmert during the great rebellion will quietly Btibmit to, to see tho very man of all others whom they have expressed con fidence in, removed. I would not have taken the liberty of addressing the Executive of tho United States thus but for tho conversation on tho subject alluded to in this letter.and from a sense of duty, feeling that I know I am right in this matter. With respect, your ob't seruaut, U. S. Gbant, General A Lottkky Swimule Exi-osw). In tho Houso of Representatives, Thurs day, Mr. Van Wyek offered a resolution directing tho Commissioner of Inter nal Revenue to report why tho super visors of the scheme known as the Get tysburg Asylum for Invalid Soldiers had been exempted from payment of special tax on lotteries. He denounc ed tho scheme as one of tho most infa mous frauds and swindles ever sought to he be perpetuated under tho guise of charity. The first prize advertised w as a farm said to bo worth tOO.CMX). That farm happened to be in Lis own district, and was not worth $C,000. The other prizes consisted of diamonds. He understood them to belong to a New York tobacconist, who some years ago bad been cheated into advancing $200,000 on them, and they were after ward found to to worthies stones, and yet tho Commhtsionerof Internal lic-f-enue had relieved this swindling con cern from the payment of duty, and the PostrnasUir-Oeneral bad written a let ter requesting all postmasters io aid it The wretch "Brick Pomeroy," has touched bottom in his baseness. His vile sheet contains a caricature, repre-sc-nting Mrs. Lincoln sitting amid piles of boxes labeled "Mrs. A. J." A negro' jg bringing in a coffin containing tho i 4 'rwUi "its femovea and put m a cheaper coffin, while sho ill see her auctioneer alut making sale of the canket ! This infamous La rosso Democrat is the hading Dtmo- "tie W " mcoLm.