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N idt arfeotleeiaa * laid hi *ith.> ii trim fiaei ai n* tee at r ? !o?r.eJ Wat. btBKita'e. N? 1*9 B'?aJ n?' k >., BTe. ?i Beet h ?iway. aad at all the Bel.tree ? >?? ??? ? n? i owiiBB & Wbllb, Pi tad Pebliahera, OBlteaMall, I ,'vP? > aad No iii Waah oi m B I * l?TV. H. Palmbb is thedulj authonied AaBBtedtkaboetMewtpaperethronpl n thee t n fat Bad Bear, for ?Beth be i* Saill re< viag idrarlreeatOBll aad iB.'reriptioi.i at In? urlire .r. Ii,. . Opbbb Gi.assivh?Tbom Mho doBire eoete" lot eeper.ur pheald fv'l aad etaarJae a a. w lei put reeei.rd ?hu b were n as' ie tured il peril eipreeetv lei ?riiaiew TtTTi.K. ^ 3d U .ut.? i ... ,i the boat e>il*? tad In-i b (','?-. - .h- !' uh.i II . U hora I i ,1 ? ',vr* Sab thb Abtmobitt ? i'u ?-? wl i fi-< iiuit the a.ent< .if it i r .-.'nia' u...) laee.aad wl i to lad a peruiatent irmmi fnf Coeeeapltoa u inj rd its ? i fee, are Bntt< d t? eaaialae.tae ? .u,ta<?i laittei unable authotur ?irrn in faeoi ol l?i Boi.i a Liverwort, Tar, ?Bd Oaaahan >a Tbevwiii?? ? i m B?r ei' ? b? a L Bcoeii.L a Co it tae UOpo No IU Broadway, aad ??y all re';-1 ii , 11 ' ... bettle? SI. *<r tt roe bettlee Bw t J M> Ai aiiama.?Ths Dbbjbb Skats CoftToatioa ta) bbbsIbmBtIfBOtgoaborj oa 'h^ I9dtias( ra. aolved not to he WprBSBBltd in oitlier of the Na? tional Convent loin of the Wings or tlio OppOSI* j tion. Tim following Ptaaideatial Blac on ware t honen f\jr the fttitt ot l.'in-f ? Ja-n"? I Bel**t oi Mnnt gomeiy. Bad Jrr. i ? . BBMHMI.--A. ft. .M.ini.i.,|'. el Ha ttafa U, X II. Wattr, of Moi tgoiiu t IILJa-nes b. William aoa, of Lowncki IV, Joaeph Taylor, of Qraaae v, iNioh Dam, of LlfttoMoas ?I i \ K ag, M Madiaoa . VII, Tri>m< is. Oar rat t, ol P The following IN legat) t wrr?- appolBl I to a Na tional L'aioii UoBTaalion (ttigiaitad to l>< held a* Waihtpgtou on the Ulli of J*M), 41 latt?.?Robert JeBttOfl I" I Jaet IB, tie ? X Stewart, aad tJi ? W Laat Iristttct I ?Jan.o M.Tal K. B ( > ? i II, BtcrllRg Rait, Jr an 1 I' ' III, How ell Rose an.) .1. M ?: ? IV. A J Vmt lioen arid R II. Snm.i, V, K W, Walker anl R. II Rirhi, VI, a c 11. art tnd Maur H ai in B*h*ttMttaheUand Oeoi i M \ ? T he OaaBBBBafl state < oavaaB i Blaata* at Mcaaaataat) on tbe i'.?ih n? . aapalaM I taa f**> low tag Delegatesto Baltiartora, an I aUo Botainatod caiididatee for PrtkUatlal I m i in BRrBawj ol fanre laBa k Whaatwa, Bamtor, Dsn el Colemar, Ll?*eMon* V ifn I K.r nr?~D.tt 1 F 8. Lyon, of Maraago. 11 J. J s*el?jel*, M.tut aomeiy HI c \\ L*e, Patrj IV L*wu M ?lone, Pieketr V. J M. krraaMOnM. Lawrence, tl geaaajh P Praakar, Jaekeoa VU JaatM P. Dnwdrll. Cbantbt ia Beweteetel DtU/tatt* ? J? bn 11.w n, t.rc ve \r tkai P. Raaly, Bloptg unei^ Win Pb "> BbaBMM rieresafr.? Diet I, Joins M \\ iitier* and Pitre Williame, ?! Mo'nie an:.' vv Bndaea, Wil? cot II K V Pair M nt.oiier? ?. P. Vcvrtoa, t ollee A J v 1 Hiater, Hmrv. HI 8*M| saW Hum, ( bob* ? xi Jankaaa, ttttaafa U* t w (ioldrbt, I'm it I i ktartli 1 ilooas Ait \Button Sumter Samuel l'itk*ni Ui bm V t? H Dates, l.ati 'i idale 1 N I Itom Wtlliaaa L. Ueurng. Tiankiis VI C C Bett?, Ma.'.a.ui , R T Sc. tt. J i 'o. i: IV, It w n St. Ciair. VII John r He dm, Raadolph B. U Ktabar.'e, Chambers . W. P Davis Beaton, MMMOBBI,? In AiipTtiat tkotO aro U? he elect. ?1 00Ba)IOBBflaaBs OaaaMkOt BBd LR tenant ttoveiiior, Sccie?arv ot BtaR I ir asruer. Att.li tor, Attorney-deiiera!. Members ol the l.egiala tare, Shernl? and other t'.uiiitt I flat I tt Both i steOBaol the Opposition are actively atwwk in bsBbvbmj Patsgataa to tha Btata aad District OaaraaaitBoaa, aad taa ^x' ipa| an ? ig aMajttJbw aaewc voufae on the pai; ol their politi? cal inend* riT While ia Eagtaad il a ? ra tr*r u( ,.m. bittered diapnte whether Lelieliii the JetMsh reli fton oaght not w holly to diaqnatifj a :na:i to be a legislator, we have lust had a etriKiii^ BTktWBOB that in the 1'aited Slates stub mt bn rue m ft linct and unknown. BtB J P. BBNJABIR. tab* newlv elected Senator fuun Louisiana, i-- <t Jew a* well aa a man of ability an.) character He wH aalto kta aaat a paar rrata M the t*rn? of ki? predecetnor. Mr. dombb ttfm expire la* The ihfiress coiniji. s thtt T*t TVskowe getamtertstiug latc'.i:-'. ak*ad M it. From Sarta Fk anp BsB'Pabo--The Santa f| nisi.. Pa tB tk* let of Dcoen.Ni. aad Bl Paaatotk* uik. airload at San Antonio on the um ult TU IPeMera laaaa says " We leere that tbe ladtaae are verv troebleeome oa the Rio Crande. f.o>n Santa r> t > ) '. Pa** W* aMa teara that Mr Robert Brwat, the eddeet trader a oa the irvuUcr, wai ki i bettree Santa FA aad Bl Paso, and that Col Saili.uan ouiy escaped by beicir a shoii diatanoc behiuJ Meter? roncay ai : 1 . ? arrived at Bl Paso oa the ltth ult.. bavtag *xps ed ? < > tae* weather, without tbe toes of an an-ma' ?oattht* mail we aim letra IhU all th* tits* kaee baea atoeed from El Pasa> to pottt alxty miles above, leaving the irooLri enutei, \t tawaaercy of the D.d.an> [N ? B.iKetm Fibbbal or Pk Doamb,?Wb raarn that funeral aemcet over the bodv of the lata Dr, .A BMtaey Doaaa, of New-York, anil t>* tw'.d tu tail city to-morrow, at 11 o'clock a M , at No. 1 Rea ooa Hill p'nee His remsias will entttt.oe.l at Mount Ai t ura [Beate P? 1 ia Bk W A great Aiiti->itt.!. Co i to asaemble at C:ncn.: all on the V ?' la Wkk u Will rClUBir. IB aOltlon ihic. J iji NEW-YORK TRIB?NE. NEW-YORK. FRIDAY, JAN- **** | Nrw> from Et'rope.?The eteimihip Niagara,? 'apt. *'-on'- from Liverpool for this p.rt, with or.e week's MM mtelligenee. s now in her d Tt'. Lth iBf ?-ut atd may ne hou-lr looked far. The Wbio AJ4UB*ACi.j-We have scared r<? labor nurexpeaee tu m.kethis political manual decidedly north buying. Srs*. by all persons inter? ested in Po?tici or I'jblie Affair?. secoadly by ?11 Whig* Tt.ere i? no other annual to beo -lainel j which gives detau? of all nip rtaat E r jitini throughout the cou.t- yafaejajfat dow fl to the p-esent time, so a* to afford reliable data to Iba aaiitbyiea who wisnes to vi?t ??<-?<? K e- ou? as they transpire through tie ? rr.ir.^ Barl 'ff "Ed summer a:,d thence infer the | rob ... raeall of the Presiden? tial Election in Noremt er. Po'f.cuns kj.o*r that the Returns given bj ?' I v. ?? \ m\wMt are unaf? fected by party bias, and that ?ari&g a'ways a few typographical errors) they maybe implicitly relied on. Hut this ye:.r'? A'manac is va.isole not a one to politicians. The Hen ClJM i of the 1 ntted Stale* is coriecsed into Cs p IB**, aa ?s to snow the Popu? lation of each State in the . ggrerate and by Coeav ties, whi.e a general MBlBMry of the o.f5:ral Statis? tics of Itcustry and Produrtnn is also giren A 1 able of all the Railroads in the Country is present? ed. i's *Ho a threat of th? A- tsof Congress at its last liaaif.blTf-**^! tbi New IVtare Law in fulL The Federal Ch HU BB nt - Pre ?: :ent, ?'abriet, Su prrme Court, ai d both Homes of ( on/'e^s. politi? cally classified-also appear as usual, with a consid? erable arrotn.t i f informBtfcat res; ec.int.- Earopean BBBfee. PatBaara We have enrtcivored, in a letter to a ftBbba ftastT efad M*aaatela aa stet?, is- nf laOTcal orrerslty betwaea the two g-eat pirties which divide the country, to which we solicit the at? tention of our fellow-citizens, especially of the ?oi.ng and unprejudiced. Tin? letter we hope to I see widei) circulated,far we beiicu it cajeulated to dispel maty unjoat [>rcpos<e lions, and induce thou sards to consider the elaiaai an?l abarantar af tbe N\ big party more cat.didly and fjatsarabl/thaa they have hitherto done ?Wt appeal to our Wau tr.e.. ;?? generally, but especial!) to all who fe< i an rritrrest in the Hle-tinns nl 165a, to b?lp plucc Tbe A In in?c in us in any flue'liiij: as possible. Wi netd BO help, and desire to one to do thie for ssar sakts . bat we know weil that you? ir man justboOCaaiag voters may, in a ses soi. cl calm like this, be reached through a ,u:et i re ft illation of facts Bad ergumeatl beanug ou the essential c.i'treiires affwVttae, who cannot be ih flctictc. ,i all by appeals ma'e during the <*xc,te rnent o' Preaideatlal eanvaea Thara is* scarcely a township in this or any ether Free S'aVe v?li?re orehundrrd Whig UmsjtAOea?ght not bo icadi'y ?iid and hang up for frequent ooasultattoa by ee mar.) firendt s II some acfvo me rc:i ant, post in aster ? <r other? itizen would preeare thr -n and let the fact be known The difference betireea the pticoper huidred and that b> the nn.:'e copy would pay Mat forh's trouble, and ir.stifc him the Bbttafaottoaof havng doue rood srithoal Incurrlag a pereoeal aae rlloe therein Whig reader! will you aot try it i - We think no one aft > looks throafb this Vlmv r.ac will ac cuse us of ipeakiag raaialy in oat own behalf. TlA matter coii.p-tu -e 1 'iath i!s (.1 piges would have ainplj Ball 1 Bl >rdi;. iry voluair of 3'Hi, which w. nid d< t hair b*ea deemed d?ir at a d >!lar It h?s co-t im fur more to nve it tp thu c m lensed ?oiin than it would have clone to mike a lo*' volume of it aid surely no Whig win his sous . lowuig op will prude a ?,ri ing for such a teat ' >oh if it bt iiio':giii within bis reach, no matter how ? any ataiaaana reeigitiiis agricultural or atiaoa* .ai.aotis?he already po Basal es I, i , !. eierr shire' wessk your aid in giving this mtnttBl the ? Ml st ein Bl au?, it ? lopire of thr .tts)ruing. )a lh?- 1 niid 'i Si .t'-a .Setiatf, -iTier ?otii? preliminary bueineee, Mr. Shields iotro ....!?< ?1 e vi i i judioioaa Reeolution, aakssbf the reatoration '?i liberty of tite Statt? I'riM'iu i>, ns a aulihtittitc lor ?MI out! pre riousily oiTered, wbich was poatpoaed nil Thursday next. I In Coraproutae Rsaoia? lion wa.s then laki a npi Mid Mr. M illae, ajf Mibbicaippi, fornierl) a 6U"ciiu.?ui npaetteit of the- Comptomise meaanreat reavle soinc; madorite aad MawwtMe raiaarke, tmt bejaare he had concluded thf S< natc a?lji?unted. In the Hoejae, 'he lull appropmiLag S6.HO0 Tor th?' ichei of the CaBtvi Priafaatra naa?d.iritii u aroriao. An inaartaat l'ost aoe lull vtaa reported.11 which sec the sub etatice in the dtapateh. An important state? ment of the Judiciary, tXfeaa*ta wa> made, wnli a report fioin the CohUlistae Ofl that depaitinent, of Waich ? large i?ici?l??'r of eopii s was uttered lo be priated. In the State Sonate are have some proa* pect of relief U the matter of the number nl hoJl<4shoxee in our olectioa>t. The .Mili? tia l.sw bill amendment, relating t ? thst V ixbt Diriaioa, paaiod tue Committee of liio W hole, which had b.\to undi r eo .sidera tii ii a bill tflatioj; to Kura! Cfiueteriea. In the Assembly :t tiiseuasion arose oa t Miaruiiaiict m ordering biioks printed for th? Baeaahera. KeaaajhV hat beea mriipf a ?peeeh to 1 Oha ihnisaiid Leies in l'ltts'Mir^li, whit pro m i ted him with a book containing their deal little aAitegrapha. Room^ are taken foi high at ('Icvchuid. wiiere he will aaead , Sunday. Tin Pittbbwgh papers contradict, pr.iba I'lv b> authority, the rumor that Tirkey had piotested airainbt Ki?suth'a reiuni to Kurland. The Massae'iusett? Anti-Slavery Con aeiiUun, now eil?n^r ui Boston. haJ de i tuu.ct'd Koasutli. WesbaaOt and Sumner. flic Maasach.istus Leuislittue arc eou Mtie rino the establishment of a ?tea:;i hi i line ftom Huston to New-Orleans. Hon. HartiKir l>tnny. a tiljlBB^MtBtd and uirluential citizen of POaaBBJ lv?:ua. an I a aaaaaaBal of (???n<iieos tVoBB ttut 8aBta rJavi l| the t utire term of Oen. Jackson's avimt: i^ lialioi), died in l'itt?burg testrrJ.i, Haturd Tailor's deseriptio;! ol " Lue and Travel on the Nile" will tame itself BBaBBhd the mind of the readerjikc the aBBBV orv of a doii ioub dream. Our \v a>lurot,in ('t?rresp-?i.deut eejaB? aaBaateea Metropeuitun malt rs with a eatiB. tic ft, m> A eoUniiii or two mi Europfan itom?, speciaHy prepared for The Tn^tne, wd! snest the aitei.?on of the most Luriiid reaoei. CbBB MoaajfOBaerjl gives ua a Mt itarv view al New-Mexico. 1'i.dtr the Texas news, will oe found an item ofin.porur.ee from Mexico relative to * roptise d sa^reemtut betweea that country ] ' concerning the Tehutntepeo Kai.'ui.... Later from Texas ; Colored Convention in Ohio ; Indnstrhl Congreas Pr >re* iin.-s. Loatd of Edu itwa Report. Mtil Gican inga; Literary Notions, Court Pre a as. ln?s; Temperance Pemonstriti tn at Al br?, and a great variety of interring item*. avLU be found on our inside pi7es. A Word let iirrmunn. Tbc Germans m the United States owe a, duty to their fatherland. Enjoy in * the bles? sings of ccrnocratic liberty, founding here in peace the homes where their children will live afur them aa citizens and member* of this nation, it ? imposaiblc that they kheoM forget the brethren they have left behind them, and who Mill pine in bondage and sigh for the deliverance of their coun? try. That deliverance cm be accomplished solely by the establishment of democratic lib* rtv , at d, whether it be eil'eeted next year M next century, it can only be done by ai evolution. To aid and advance this revolution is, tl,er>. the duty of fJermans in the United Mate?. We do not doobt that, as a body, they are zealous to discharge it. according to their means. Hut there is a tUfficolti ia the way. That difficulty crows out of dissrnsions ituanf theleaaWra. There are in London two or^ar izations of the ptincipal (ierruan I it ntocrsts, the one called the Arrtiatioii ion. and the other tb* Emigration Union. Aaaotil the members of the former n' Mensra* P i' kler and Goepg, wh:> are n?W in thil eou: in : at the head of the Ut? tel 'n Mr. Kinkel, the distinguished poet .id oiutor. who ia also n, this country. [*be diaaenaion between the.-c two bodies we understand to be in a measure persona, at e in n nuastnc the result of different riews of policy. Bot whatever be its Ori? gin, it is a misfoitune to the eonunen ? "?use. in hehaif of that cause we appeal to ihe juities to whom we refer to put an end to their differences, and we fall upon the Ger tnaoa m the country to second this appeal, in the United States, where all nationa nun . le,let theae parties follow the natiooaJ ex? ample Whatever discrepant m,y exist between Messrs. Kinkle, and Gsegg and Fickler as to the meaaoxei to bo adopted i' Genuany after the revolution shall have I i en accoinpli.-l.t d, there ought to he non,c, apd we are ion there 15 none as to the ne ? C' tity of that it volution itself Let them ? 01. hu e, then, upon that basis and leive t.'tt rior qneatioi ? to be raised and settled in ilnir own time. Whefl liie German people , Ii fireo, they can very well decide what iaatitntiooa the, wi.l ftttihliah. but it were it'*- rht? reat eiror to risk or delay that frce . tun by prematme divisions and disputes. It naj be said, and with truth, that we ?io not stale all the detsila ot" the difference laWwO? those two ptrtie.-. It was not our pat pane to ^t;it?- thoni. What we desire is i ot to n*sk( then) plainer, hut to rft???;? earns*, to obscurity. ?S e invoke unity and hearty rition in their stead. The cause is worth] oi" it. and the duty is imperative. , Let personal motives be laid aside anil di- ' ??tie, nee of opinion reconciled in earnest j i ? rotten to the common end Then, with wi.-nom anil energy, much, very Brach may be done for IJerniany by her son - iu the [Tnited States. e 1 he l'rre?eleaey?A New ^lare. The DtnxocTwXic Iierieir for this mrnth opens a new volume with every evidence of a change of owners, change of pilot and . hange of | nrpoee. A Portrait and Life of llsstinj (the latter very good,) a thorough realisation ol the French Usurper, ' Inter v? ntion,' 'Ilium Lives!' the., attest the ?trot goat interest in European Politics, the moot lailical devotion to the cause of Uni '?er.-al Liberty, (except for niggers,') and thi Baoet unbounded w illingness to back the Y ink 00 Btgte in an even fight with all rostin and the European despots in par? ticular. 'Northern Lake* and Western luvrrs' takes sensible and National uround with repaid to the duty resting on the Fed? eral Gorerament to improve our Rivera and Harbors, whie articles oa 14 |85? and the Presideticv," Judge Douglas's Speech and " National I'oiiventioi.?1'angers to lti Pu ut), seem to hive % strong squinting to? ward the support of the Little Giant for .he Baltimore Nomination. The last named arti le protests against the appoint? ment of < abiiit t Offecre in ^;>J ft .m among the defeated candidates for the Presiden? tial i.oiiiinaU.m at Baltimore in 1859. I hat we do not misjudge the drift of all this, cur readers w:l! gather from the follow log extract, beim; the conclusion (,f the Ira. li,: aitirle on M18M and the P:?ai doi CJ :" . ?? It n u*t t-e remembered that this kj no ordinary eoi test Bitaj aap* *#*aeo**s every merit oi tas> < v I i u, ou the I ohm niton puttia? forward lb* rr-ptr tran. A % smrt tne Democratic laadidat* j mt ariaji srtu aaaa* Ota ge*a,aad if mt::tarr rV ' a* aar ?y*** af aap avail '.cm Sawn ts certaia of tha ' l'rt>Kleiu-y. But wc trust the Krpuili.j ererv- , wherre bare btreeJ i Ben ? rtaaasMtata*atla* t, t o nnit?.r> Piaal Vs *e hare raid tbe> poUiical.a lavaaci aaddugged muhshaess c. (jrB 1?> ?? Hir.t yncip latct the I'aioa lut.t a evil ear. in wnrca mere eoul! h??e beer, bat oue luat Ut1*, that ol ttf: Boatl The certatu elT?c: ejJid hate beta tbe tote t'lsrtip -or of the R-pn^uc Vyaw. Qea Baatt eoate* barer* tr^e tmencoi dsm. pie naatat a period ?t?n Lcuis Nip. ten is de .i. ti>'ra- i j ia the moit aoi ties j mar tcr. a:,at'-r nbe* reeakls eem f* ;<,? from the eleciou of "a va-a ? mmurv two to the I".- lea t ,f a Kep-irj Be r> baSblj,Ub* Deiuocrt.'sc laak? eiij sho? nj m mm] to Lit. ?eett tu ?uer..KiBf a" . ?, . .1 ' ai 0 . i. t'-at sc. v< ? t alone if tae e?. imp e* ?f trb?: .e obtaired bv an arMne 'or mt'iury l'r.stdetts ?asaaattaa strtkiaa^twi re m\ tt wowtd be "a. < netsm tbe l)?n.. rrauc parts u> rmt for*j4ni anr cat iKtit sga'j.st whoa ine jraioTisy an: uaniju lenty cue to a mt.iutrv p.? tt- t-n can ,>e l e'the w h?.?? t' t forwsrd the <-e.t raatpparw o< Be? ?S Maxjca >wte* *t?ain?t.>.e be rrrereace for ue : sword, by reverence for Urse'ant traup turs ani trss ard (tathers. K-r tbe c' sts*ti.u < ???btaa- i borae pewtr of rrrtaaawl '.ride, ere votes lo-i's avisa fcr tfct l'eaavr c> to c ve' ?? But while t,en Sc.itt ;? persOLaltr a eaodir'a-e witbcatt statewotaBship. piMitrc-vi kaovledfe mSi ?ai t. t, wtth aoth ie but aaaBaff renown verv preat. vaaity lala-telv t eater, and a fea'ber 'ar an l swat the fleetest of tbe tbree. vet there is al bit back, macagng l .m. aad taikiaf throiiih hia an [ ladjvictiai aotortous for ueeercpalcus Itinlwai ia po Bai si cotiteat, ?)?? cwntroled tbe penious Adm-n isti at mi of Gat Taylor A deeperate cosite?t far Hi Preaideacy ia therefwre taev.;?...e Tae Wsafll atd AN,!ttioM#t? will be crVPfC _Wa tee ?i < kjissWDtOtd std cot a one fir the Presn-ienry. out |ortbel;i!o for - irpose it possi*:.? f?tS>wvC atd ?!? facton ?i< UM sooceei in p'aeiDr, in the r\t?wi?it:al t hair a vair, pompous old man. wn.i is devoted y attached to ruilitery mtreuvere. aid fsrtsb e saarhi'd to flattery it is M?t dttn.m'.t to f sT<"?? that the es? would rot he di<sm when ths Dt mr rrats of tbe t'moa wou'rt have to storm the Federal Capital end bu g tbe traitor* to the Consti? tution tn justice or elie tirow thrasstvas into the can-p. s*ord tc hard, an t BgM the bstt'e of the ouV irpe.? SM>Utb _ ?To cn.?h ih * ? io ^'-e if (Hrtfc, tbe Ceavaa lirn o ust Ci mirstc the p*op?r nan, and riea! S.'ott with a trc^; r r: nr. not w *n a second or third-ra'e General, inject to Lha s ne wtatneeses as his an? te: i al . ? To re< apit'ila'e the IVrroe-reC'- nonvnee for "5-2 rovist, UseswfOfw, cot be tr.?rr.:re!ed w;tft idess 5e lcngtr.g to an anterior era or a man of merelv loral f.-ine and local aff< ct.ens. b it a ?tuet n/in area an r.tit BeaNtg bio- d.?" .er v'tnt.dni parsag srarta f; / s cr.vnn t of iht KsawJ i' \ our mere tieaeral.ah^th'r he can write on m card the battle-fields of Mex c >, cr mote beitdeaJ \ t>oa?t of h:s prowess in a mt'itta u? e st yoe.r ii rrc iswier. trait ed in the qnl IditkM . f ihr court.tut ?Hb? Bt a p"lt:icV. jdea neyond a loci.1 election . vcurmcre wire-puilerand 'judi "saeis hei e-hfl der.'who claims prtrsiireice now, on the so'e greur.d that he once plated second-fi Idle to b? '?rmeii i.niwbo cozer.s htm'elf tn his corner w.tn ihe i:-ea that he . an split v..tes with the Aboil t on and eec'ioral f .ictlor.fi he has tntiirueel with . ard. abore all. psejrsaaifM hsra*, tchtihrr A? run rar ? ret BMW Prettier ria' erp astiret or sr--ni. orrto ahTe at all on the ticket? none of fbeei uitl ia, The Dem , -ratic party expects from the Baltimore Conven in [ i luv m.m, a sta'f.'uiai of soundOeaaocral ? ilnk. aad world-wice ideas to use it on . a State Kif-h's man. who ran show ran > c.ean of the stain of faction i a t ree Tra :e m*r. who will break down the Tartfir oierrrs rotten rrr narchv under heaven, nid open to the badaatn ard cui!.tncrce|of the I tite.i States the trade and exchan;rsof tae woMd a n.?n af isrge atral ai d open hear;, who will maiti t,. ii in the teeth oi the despots <>f Europe trie Democratic doctrirrs upon whtch h s popular, lty ard success are based here a bold man. wt.o can stare: the trui.t ot fore^n w*r, and rr.ai; la B, b\ the vigor aad r?-,ic:i i>r his c iu'i?els, the "honor of our Mar- s? nether on tbe land or rhe re?. and yet. a man astute and wis?? as i ato, wno es. i ay taa aaa af fotaiga material, aare aar ahatwa 'tctn attack, and rnish the despots of the wor'd in t sir rtr- Beaa; a tua::. BTtai iai th* contests of lows atiyataaori Una a lawyer; a aaaa wtio his theora*M 'ea't.fnt so IB dent to yc*. ric of aaa aa Ubi laarati wiich boss suiraaad our diptoeaaiic coda, aad the aona bialaa ofaatl aa wm h has re pushed opofl u? and withal, a praciiraf states aaa aal ta ba daseornatad is argotnent, or lad wild by taaory,bat oca who has ilready, ha tha councils aad tiilaiaala a? taa aatma. reared ah (roatbotaa < mi.,-. ,.f lhaahallow uooaaerrattsw,'' ta the ex ;eeare of the baalaattariaa la sndiary.aad thedn .. mfiture of the aattQaatad raatorietaa Lai the Baltinaovs CooreatiOB giro to this, the yo'ing fzen fr?! of An.eneR. a eastdSdate,SBd we are con iaal tu* if it fail to do so tta nawnhari mti return heir re-pectire borne-, personally proud and ' latad, and congratulate their OOMtitweBtS that each ' them has i>!?)rd well and successfully his part in ?tie hopes of tr.c Democr.itn- p^trty of Amert . xi : . I u< lakhl ', dvrhl| foot > I ?.-^ more, for the ?? iltHoas hahool ai d aanaaa] eomfarl of General ! ???on aad ataeraj aad Un trem aaaaraHaaayalyaa it the ? nu.p time fordoire to. of the hearty disgust ? a i.ot improbably honest curses of Bine teathaof the Aniericsn people, and of every rep'tblican in lha Old World or the .New. ho be it W< hare spoken plainly, as w e are bound to lo, d ?s we shall conti:.tie to do. It is time to speak ah for after tha aaaaaaatioa ?<i the eaartwaia, nilfbi kw late to exaadae ratoehara t-r or aa* : t i'y Li t the press follow ourexiimple. and speak i am' hs bh.ck and white of the character and t reteaahaaa of erery man srlaaaaay ba brought for wa.-d Bal pofltiei Bl are thin sktnrrd and les* any of i irfrleadaahoald Lhinklbatindealinswith8ener.il i iiaiasiiaiB. wc aasa been hitting atpaiticwlara, ?f ? ..? to aisvre them that, should we derm it ruht t"> rip the faults ol iedtv.duals, we sMall D >t enrin1; from advonatag the irtere?tsof our poly, even i ilu we be ob t^ed to head a page w ltti the na'ites ' * bj best frti nds. Proapecla in Fnrope. Tboat wlafl oppo?e ih'* mission of Kos m.iIi in the United States would tail have iL lielievfd that all causes of disturbance are extinct in Europe, and that the DgaV i which now rrigns there triuinphint, i> sure lo reijrn unJisturbetl for )ears. For if I laiicf. Italy, (lerm tny and ioatria loiig rcBaaifl submissive t.> the tyranny which i ow pie?ails. it is plaiTi there can be no j r<'tet t hope for Hungary. We are ;uen tp ?i?>al#>.iaUiid that ti't i, " ??' ; .\r.d thus, by a natural cmsistency, the op pajahBMB oi ihn ^rcat ndvocate of Irierty ti ke the oroui.d and plead the cause of the vhu t bevy of ilesjo ts who afflict and ruin that continent. But what reason ia therefor supposing that Kor ope ia long to ?e proi e beneath the Bt of its present rulers ? Where is the material, where ihe mural, where the reli? gious power that will keej. mo many nationa ? chaiacd 1 Is it in France,whaae annual ? xpenditures exceed its revenue by thirty trillions of dollars, at. the lowest estimate, to saj m thiii:' of the enhanced cost of an imperial establishment I Is it in Eranee, where dating thiee-ijuarters of a century there have been some dozen ditlerenf gor? t-ininents, of which the longest lired en linred but t ightee D tears, and where the ptopal are now more sererely taxed, and a iliciisafjiifold more ojulent in ihe gern? n| diatontiat than ever ? I? it in I'ranee. w here the suceesaful usurper dares not and Wall i.ot dare to BBBBBBBrB the press, and i.aa no olh* r reliance than 0.1 his army J la it in France, where the leaders of all 1 hi ?reat political partiea have been in lahad at d hun Qiated, and wheie eajaatair aey and aaaaaiiailifan of the tyrant ntu9t 'leeon.e the order of ihe day ? Verily, those who can aee probabilities of per wianeLce fur the present despot of Fr. ice, must have some sanguine aiiec?on lor him arid his system to sharpen their vi laBaV No man ever took power under greater ditliculties than he; never was pB/Wer more entirely wantn tf in every mo? ral, intelleetiial a; d material basis of dura Ui n ('* ta it in Italy that we are lo look ;or a . enter of ptrtnmal tra' ,iulli:\ I Will the BBBwBBri of the Roman Catholi. Church -1 l! ce to conserve these bloodv and mlm n an rulers and iiistitutioiis | Wny, that ( hutch has to- rely on ggeoafB mercenaries lag the little show of temporal autliorit/ it .tail exercises e?ver its ancientbuije U, ar,d act-oriiii g tu ?II the testimony, if triere be any eouiary where faith in the religion of Lid I l urch I'-ada to aciiuiear-Hnee in the (..!itic? cherished By ita directors, that .i.uiitry ia aot Italy. Italy is a vol-auo, B*f4 dowo stCeiy by the weight of cannon ui.d bajuaell on the surface. It is not ? ? ti.at w, niu-t ggajl fat the hjpe of i gropill conservatisun. Is it in Austria, that empire plunged in the aby?*e?of hankiuptcy, with a currency utttrlv woithle*;. industry prostrate, com? merce stegr.arfl, with toe spirit of rebel? lion fiercely smouldering in the provinces | It were folly to suppose this tottering mon ar hy to contain a single element of tran? quillity ecvf the army, whieh is made up very hugely of diaafTected men who will cot loee a good daance to revolt. Or can PriLviia aa j the other ktn^domt of QflUUlf be relied on to preserve the peace1 Are they sound in the lore of kings and arbitrary laws, and hetvy taxes and pauperism 1 Hy no means. The rev tlntienorj Ibbtbb has of late worked more tU eply in (>rmany than in any other part of ihe Continent except, perhaps, Italy. Et* ry (ierman throne is in a toppling eon citien. There is not a sing'e guannty for the pt tuia ier.ee o! the present order of gof errment, except the military force That military force has BO lacker except in Rus sit. And Russu, omnipotent as she is to defend herself against invasion, is powerless to contra? r Europe. She may hold the na? tions in check by diplomacy, but she his i ? I the strength which can arrest the burn inf toirent when it has once overspread France, Italy. QeVaVLIg and Hungary to oether. It semis plain, then, th.it nothing can be more precarious and uncertiin than the en? tire structure of* arbritary rule in Europe. It lives from hand to mouth. It is at ihe mercy of every accident. It is weakened ny the very means employed to stm gthen it It totters to its fall, and its ? \iolence confesses its want of confidence in itself. Kossuth is not deceived in saying t! at its final hour draws near, or wrong in hie zeal to be prepared for the exigencies ot'that crisis. They who will may mock ht -such zctl ai d sneer at every endeavor to assure to the demociali; principle of Il f-govm mei t the vic'orv iu that struggle, ?tboae ottconaittg mal even now .onvu' es t ? at>leaphete. Let evert man do his own WOtk in the matter; but let not the I Idiai at..l -ervants of liberty be less i .'hful than those who bear the banner d follow tha battle cry of oppression and darkness*. Meilii al Training for \\ um n ' 1 he world iott move.' There il no use ii trying to deny the fact. Mrs. Sau ui j. Half, whom we have been accustomed to regard as . n? I lie most conservative of her sex. n>w f ives her name and efforts to a movement to cs i .1 li-h in Philadelphia " The Ladies' Medical :-Morirry Society,' w ith branches throughout Ibe canntiy. Tlie following extract from the 1 roirran me will indicate the scope and aims of i !.is new laantilalkai i '? liehet ing H at l.od.in commuting the care of theji urn Bipaetallf to woman, UnfNMtOeB her the < ui) ol prt pal ins htrsell in the Best peaatUa man I er lor trie Import**! lacaHoua, among which are ? I I cafe of her own health. i he phVMca: WeU-B*tBf , '( her chi Cite, aad ten. ai.ee on the sick, en tier n< an.-, belplass aad ladtag, also, taat taa liati recog 11/es iiiid approves only tinman ia the sacred office ol mmtv iff. therefore we, w ho give <v:r nannti to this i?aaveleat aitocaatiea, agiee to unite m the follow ii it purposes ??1st. To cc i ?r i'e with the efforts now being a ate m im? . c.v oi Philadelphia, to .piaiifr women to become pb] IK laal lot t.?eir own sea Bad f)r chil iliea. ???Ji To rive l.'n.'ly encouragement to those fe malts vi ho are erig?Ktd la nedssal studies ?? M To git e am and s> nip ?iht to ai > aasoag them who asav o**tr* to Bwcoee* ailissonsnas. aad go. in l\ t- spmt of love, to carry to the poor sutlermg women ot heathendom, not only yjie bietsiags of the I in i art, which Christian men can rarely, if ever, hear to fcasal** ra thee* laada. but ?1st the higher I eher knowledge of tl.e true Go 1, USl ot s,lva t.' ii through his S v. Jesus t nrist." ? Fifty years hence, it will he diiucult to gam Credit (at tba a.-sertum that American Women in . in? sc*-' ?sawaMBMMtS ?u- *-~-.il?r half <>f ???? \ ineteenth Century, in the complete monopoly of Iba Medical Prol. ssion by men, even including Midwitery and thl treatment af the diseases pe. i char to the lenth r sex The current usage in tl is respect is monstrous, and nothing hut the past enslavement of Women in mind, body and estate eonU account for its toleration. Hut Us re-1?jri 1? near its end. The abuse begtat to ho diaeaascd, and diaeaaatan will aoaa finish it. If there were five hundred women fully educated l"r Physicians to day. there would soon he found r :om ami work lor them all?and ten years benca live thotrsand such would not he one too u any W e are confident that one hundred then capacity and BtO**t being well estah bahed?could find enough to do in our City withm a year Irani tide dale. W here is the woman, with any pretensions to delicacy or refinement, who will not prefer the ministrations of a com ; c ent woman at the birth of a chiM if she could he sure of obtaining them ' ?The history of the early steps of the now (.?tuiing Reform is most instructive. .lust look at this chapter of it A leinale student of Medicine applied for per miesion to attend the Lectures of the Medical department af Harvard ('Diversity, something more than a year sorace, and the Faculty granted tl.e reijtit st. Hut the Mtdieal aVktBBtl of that institution, bless their fas'idious souls' there? upon held a meeting and passed and published the following resolutions ? Brests**, That no wotnar: of true deli aey woa'd bewUuag, ia the pteseaeeel Baa, la ltstea ta the ' -mob ot me ?uSjtcts that neceu^rily co ne under me eat ssdarattaa of the students of medicine. '. I fiat we are Lot opposed to allowing eras au her right., hut do protest against her ap p? O' uo m |> acre v. here ber preeen - . i ate 1 la ceitrn> oai rcpee: for Hie nicest/ aaU dulicaoy I tr sea " Ol course, the )oung knjf OOnJd not coi,*enl to ei uck the dahCOey ol these ca'low and sensitive ' hau ptoaa of modest) hy attending a course ot Medical Lectures with them, so she w.ihdrew I er application and relieved their <!i-<tre?seil setiSibiUtiso.? Out when voting men .uaru'est ?uch delicacy ?(and medical students ol all the world)?does it not becoOM women to feel or I Kttll ii ix'esty Uaawias with regard tothe eiposures, oral and persona!, which disease or thiiohirth often requires ! ? We have not room to pursue tbe subject, In.t rtler tl.ose interested to Mrs Sj j. Hale Bl < re^ar). OT C' esnut-st Pnaia ) lor Circulars c rtaii.ti.g full information. Contributions in t tr." ei.tr'; ri e may Le addressed to Mr*. lltOSaas WaatL 183 Arrh st, Phila , Treasurer. i annum coi.a'itJtes a me:cber, ?j a bene lac'.or, ^20 a Hit- men.!,er. ?50 or more a patron ai ti ? Society, w hich aims at the education of Wanten lot Kadasal M.seionaries, m ail of Miaaasanrj operatiorts throughoat the w *r; 1 I BS l -Ii WBB BB, tnorou^hiy tittcl for her v.>ca tn n, could do ?an BOWaid Cbrtstianiziug a sav. ?g* arSaa than a cart load of tracts backed by ( i zens of eipountlers and exhorters. The idea i? good, and we urge the respectable to give it the r countenance before it baa tune to get brandetTas a new Jevjce of Socialism and Infi de.i'y Thus far. Bishop Potter. Rev John P. Ihjihin, Rev. Howard Malern and a number of the Batet eminent clergymen have given it their warmest approval. >ti:am to (I \lway.?We understand that the people of ireiAao, Inendly to the proposed steamship line between this City and Ireland, are aboat to send out Rev ptTaa Dolt, of 'Jalway. an eioquent and energetic fnend of that ineas ire. at cceoperata with iu fxienda here Tbc Probier* of Unman lientler BT BBS M MWrBT UCdl KE II spcori'! I.eclu'e of this course ?u delivered !a?t evening before a eery lasaBjAMBj Mr, (ivf, in ta* Church of tbo M*.-s:*h. Tatsay. jr. t announced by the lecturer tn th? va<s?<*i adaptation* of the ma'.era! universe ta Ute ut?ta? man, as mdicsuve of the [wwer and benignity of the Creative Providence He cot.suVred iU??? ai jingth aB cltsp'ate.l in the eleaent* m wt d r#?i!y tributary to the human sen ice. naoisly, .end, and air. The atmosphere, for inst inct, eboaada a a-rar cements of tr.e ? st striking and ' character for the uses of the human rare If the* were ? fleeted by the ?geiv y of some c>TuahUah)| mechanism?il the ?apors trom earta were le?ag up. like some v..st cuitstn. to descend ait i it sali'bnoua showers- every m-nd would bs ? track with the aecdl ifal irnra<-ter of the coc'tiranaa and ackiowlevge the hand of Omnipotence bjhj design. But this astontshing result i* arcoranttshal b> far more simple means The single law of the eipansid <?' fluids bv hea'. and the cv:.*-..; ltBt ^ imt of wa.rn air, B) prodioltve if the most sale tary edicts to the dwellers on tne e.srth - surface, g rtni?ikable instance of thu is'ouad in the Trade V ttagg The heated air ascending on bot1? s.ist a( the equator, to the d:stance of some thirty datiset both rorth and sou;h. produces a perpetual eat. re;' In the open >ea. with no hmg 10 obstruct its force, and acted 0:1 by the revolution or the earth, whose speed it cannot ? jual, tt . rea'es a re gala1 easterly wud. Tue purposes of commerce are thu greatly facilitated, and a sublime i.Iuorati >n pre m med of the interest of Providence iu tne eiteustaa of trade Nor are the examples of adaptation to the wet* fare of man less wonder u! .11 tne mineral kiugdora The properties of iron present s Bwuahla case. Tata metal, which is the mist useful, is also the matt unive-sa Without it, how sow must have urea the progress of ctvili/. it 1*11. Mo a des,?*r?te Uts ccudttton of the um M arts His limited thespkera ol ingenious invm lagt, Made for the dire l par. poses of unn, it literally 'ot.ii> the engine by eki:| he is reared to the h giert sv. ial elevation By its tenant) and bru-h'i hall Bl fitted to cut, to ptaree, 10 st: ?c, to pull, to suits 11 pres-tre?111 sh irt, at all ihe primary mechanical uses. Being milleafela, it c;m be Mp '. inioeverv vaitet> of form. Ith) . .1; ?. d to proc.tsis, lor arhteh g >d and ?ilvsr are 11 titioi b* abets dwealtaty aad ft*imtbtbaj, an j o^par, I lea biitthness. Nolh:n? ?ould take its place. I he uses ot gi Id, however, in the great sckeaa 1' I'rorii'er.ce, must r.ot bg overhuked. Tnis,we c.n.otbut beliere. was intended by the Creator as a circalating medium. It is su.t' l for this purpoaa t> its scarcity and its freedom from rusting. Ida not believe, sail Dr. Dearer, that this metal anB iwr hecome so ,ibi:ad int. as t,? u-itit 1: to be t'iii me? dium of commercial exrhainc The placers of Cstt* i. rata will not gtai the aaurfci ts of the aarU with Uie aaaaai us <rast* but aaaral] supply such an noonst a- may be required by the BBtfaaeuil of adranetag ciTilliatlaa The Callfarnia fever u not fiearsi epidtnic that has prevailed on this suojei t ia taa I t. >\ of the woild In the sixteenth oenlurr there wasaneijual excitement in regard to the nonet sf htcrdae aad Para, ht a atill aarliei period, aaataa ii | to Un ten, the Pheiiieuius were attacked with a ?gBBilai hteeay, ssatdlag thatr skip* to TarshMh, the nodern Bpeia, aad ezpectiag thai the w,?r,d was Id t. 1 led with the golden tiraiures lint there never t >iii tupeflaity. The supply has never ex c< t>ed the .mi .... for the purposes o! traf&c .Her is it piobabje, Hal it ever will. The balaacs nut tha hands of the Loid snd he WtU not suflar Iks equilibrium tube greatly distur e l. If we come to the animal blag lean, we 4ul as I? -s significant tiaots of the care of Providcao* for tie comioits of man. tVrla'n ai.an tla weie at art* dealt) made for BwaaanBBM ton, as if ttieir destiay wus inscribed ou their foreheads They are ftasd by their nature and liabit < to be the servant of iota, at d are an etsentisl aid in iho nivanceiuenl of tks hijmi'ii race. Providence b?s rot delegated the Jioa, the thjcr or tha hyaaa ler this siiibaa Uiatba?i> the horte, tl e -' ?**? ??? and the IsSswr-i Pn rn - ,u beJaBva laaat Bfcwsi coinpamonship with Bsaa hi a Baattaf of accident No Their relatioa w ith man is a part of that divine diagi .m, oa whisk are t ketched the fortunes of humanity No lets worthy of notice is the adapta'i >n of ths ai tmal race for Uie food of man. 1 d 1 n it in 'eed( laid Dr I). mcmi a tili? arraBgraaaaat so ataafe u ? 1 hi) others I he w holesale sisiem uf des ruotias v. 1.1? h it involves is no'. Bfreeabte to my taste I would piefer that my Ire fhon .l he luataiaad ?Ith out tin- shrdding ef b.ood And so str?mt s*e my 'ed? it ^s on this point, that I hud ao a 1 i m m iu the ? 1 ..it of hunting cr fishing an;.., I ctanot a raid the conclusion that the lit ?h of animals was mslete be Ihe lood of man Variout indi< at uns o' Preri gaaaa point to this, whu h may well jut a laison ta the advocatts of exueme systems of dietetics la htitb northern latitudes, it would seem that an mal I'od is essential to tne suj.portof existea .s The ! at n ix limit s dainty luxury in h a reptatof ti en o'l It is stated by 1'airy and Franklin, thai v. 1111 deprived of a flesh du t, their men lost til ear 11 atta and courage, and became incspaole of rig. "tout exeition Man then was created to sin ? on tie flesh of animals, and animals are created far his M I |-.rt Nor is th s ?trat gemeut -o cruel as it may appear I 1. tht ITS! b IIsh It In as wed for a teas', to dlS by U I h.n i i f nun ai to la 1 by the tooth at the cltw c hia kind. A sm'den shot akes life ipiuker tku a In itetn k wi und, .tiiu is stogethir more insrcifal 1 IBB ri. t:m It wou:d never do for .urinals lo die ol 1 aataraj death Ths carrion of their rsmaias ?1 nl.; |.ij< l.e d 1,11111 ir,. (,.-.: r Ui D thsa aalled the atteauoa hta aodienns to a vt r> cartoeas arraagvtaaxit ta taa aataral world, by v 1 n h a smule u w etft. tad t iwe-ledd purpose. Tbe l< rti it) of it f> car n, for n atai ee, notoarf produces i'f lemiuii' abuadaaaae creatwa, bat aaa a 'ahab' b.a s>;ii.> 11 tha aaaraJ dtaalaahv of mm liisad j.tud in tin- pre eats proper ttoa aratab u hs* -? ante . trahipaseat If .1 were less IB c*rgr?a, Bsa aroald ba do ated taaaaaasaat aad aar* s -< 11.. 1 11 iii> time wou d t>n ?-< Minted id the ped) i f ni? BbiaieaJ wsata Hi a ad aaati ~>* 1 1 !/?*>.? 1. and f.n.wlired t-y the 111,in t gated severlte . bis labor l hera mat be 00 ctunce for mental '1 iure aa Speere sot taa Fiat w* aa raiaa> 1111.is 'ooia Ufa- ao aaaeaabMaa f tr aarahlf aa ? wret Hal r.av'I a af ie?: Iiis wi ol* exi.u i.ee wt?ald aa aa lot hard, ceerl.??. aih irrent. grinding ' 1. Oa thaMhar banel, 11 toe frrtimv oftns earth ? ere greater thsa It aon .* asaa we?asdhasa aoaaa* use for eacxahH He weald be late 1 listlasa bahafi rr a ec-i.tt-11 j.ti , 1 v in^ti.an I i.e ssnaual nature ??nid prei'i n.11 a'* ovsr tbe intellectual, end tbe ie .pHiS bee entlec Ina loit'ivjiiie mas* ef nutsii') If lhahwaraf hall i day aottld suffice for 1 e wants o? a w et 1. aa 1? tne case in s.aepsrttef ihe v\*?*t i,<:,^,, tne aaitara af tn? Sm,?? race ? be ni.iiatni. am; a i tne nob.er energies of ?f e itul dot out for ^ai.t ttt exercise a 1:11 aaa trata af thewgbl aaa aaf 4dad tn regard 'ot; 1 -r trc b*?ut) .1 tbe. n.a smsi Ec.vsise. 1 ne .t 1 iure c o.?>d ?. uh an e oo/ien". .'e'cnp 1 ?a of tae uiaeaee of aataral beautv oa itie aoaf ia tae ? ? ui 1 'se-ne 1 onteatplettoa ' Seated uader atrse. 1 thaeaaatry aatd Mr. Da nay aa the eataaaeaaBBJ a n.nner daa?tha w.-.!,r,. | ,. urn tant-d ep ?1 I iitpn p e Klones of the <laaartad aaa--tie air irdcaed wrth the Iswtrraaae of a hfaarraal rafaav I i.-?ifltl.e uiiaic ,d thr 11 tt, 1 w?.|i ? irnoUagM '. t ear-l ?.,11 w*rs (o exp'eas the aa 1 tt im with ? I <:? asl in; 'sove.-powtreo 1 c,n 01 ay d* htS?SB Iths 1 r: 1 . ?ei tt of beauty which eu .last* sty in i,giBa ;ou in tne rtrgatfi of the pott, ?- gotibd e.?iia4 suss N?r Bar) vuiea . | j .y , },:? ip.rt* drink n - e:e, sei ?a- . n ?un ?sc lorva All it.slt*d Bta kid,. ?bst t*-kl i>?ad %f HBJillin a: beSBfl IB Lem did Ba irr Asd lv .h?at ttt? ha ov?. tte ????? lit I 1? Is tech vrssa <f a 1. d is h hi.'B Bsar CM v ,i kt sb fi-.rs th? hvi?/ <; .4, Ihsaaht w?, soi, ai*aa|estasai tsisred s u Ibaaka be ar**ts?d ae 1 n travel 1. reejaaat; eap* tat? still eataisaniTa 'hat t-aa.Sf ca TLs aaaerfseaedaees if piay?r sad p-s-is. His rblhC ?s? a .!.*???? 1, 1 ; ksIBS i> ?er lbs; niadr kirs b wee Maaaadai a <ad i*v* AhTi-RfNT MkarTssM ? A Mi ? Mretiaf ot Ar.ti Renters was held last week, at I' ley's Hotel, Albany, to dense titans 10 bring their grievances before the Legislature. After hVf mutual in'erchange ot aetci 1 enls, it was agreed i;pon to petition tbe l egnlature for the passage of the Stay Hill, ami a vigirois sud de* tt rmi&ed effort is to be made on the part of the tenants to eecure the paeaage of the bill m , > * Uoa.