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P_tanea? ffoticet._
Kmok'r Hatr are aow ao aoooer aeen than
kriown Thry ba?e ao atr of elogaere whch iretrj.diat.ly ar
reete the eye Tney are aa* _yexcele_t_roetei_.bat
b-eutifil laatyle aod admirably ed aeted te tbe eoaiptexkoaad
feetorea ef tbe wearer Tboaaaone eta t-etify to their hietiog
ooalitei, aad wbJIe tbe bara ef other maaufae'ar.ra are trow
Iu/ wbitA-roroered aad dull leokiig an abort aceaairitxoce,
Keox't peeaenr. their hfe and aaghto-aa oni-;pe red. Mr
Riox't eetabliabrueDU are at Ha. 128 fultoa et .asd No VU
Beoedwey._ _
LPARY*H tir.W ("NMI.ITV ANI> I'Klf K ? Par
yee/e we have be?D eoHclted to maka aod I II Ha addilioa to
cor ?ie?tt( a hILK Hat eta leea coat taeo onr etenderd priee.
We tba day wmipiy. aod <.?er ia aew erriee aa addltioaal Hat
of li.wer grade ai rt diu-iaiehed late. that wili con.en_>d iuelf
to etooorolete. aod neee* tha epprt.Tal of joajl gratlemta
wtareia'jf l_ BMtrtJpolw. _*aby k Co. H*"*?
Al-or Hnoaa Braadwar
Bt_BE _ G'O., EaMIIONABLR HaTTKR"-. No.
I* Broadway. reepectfoily iot te taa-OVntwa of khafeiI??
toanere aad tbe pabht to tha Yall raiHioit for Oixtli
tftw'% llAVkandCara._
"AiTfMia.?In the ueveT-Cfaaing circlea of the
a-av.u Aotoma haa erela arrred, at.d gi'd'd mture with i-e
g. IV- imee With oaaterBel rare tbe iod<1eaa ilwiya brtrm
w.fb h#- the ripeoed etoree of Bitere. tbat the wifl* of bn
n.aoity may be eoppiied Bgwi.taaeotia with her arriTii that
we o ay pea proper reepeet to ibe .?caa.??. aua epp'ir wal. -
Ihe e.e. ofooi tVlow n.en. we mak. a rh.ir- af a (aahioaab .
Hat liona th* lerompareble r/,ileet*ri or 1 H Jivn !Se
V& Br.?j)wey, (auder the Ht. Hlrholee Hitel.) at whirb plate
n-.ey he foaad Hate, raanagaeaared ta khe firet itrle of art. aad
6.tid wuh artittir nr.raey.t.. airlt gbe g._?re_ expreaeion of
..? aa wi! aa the b?ad u< th? lodiridaal_
Ijf.ARY aV. CO.'B (JOARTKRIY
f >r S pt?o.l>er 18M?Tau Dav will ieaee (bow and orl
finaliajl.a for Or.lTLlMkk'k L>88l> UATI
" LaiavAf.o.,
Leayiera of faeh'aa. Ajtor Hoeee. Braadwiv.
~~Njiool Hat kok UoyhT?A. larjre aaaortment
kaat rej-.ired, at Oxkik'a. No iii Broidway. (eppoaile bt.
faal't ( I nrchy_
?YVkkt P.Ki) Pamiionabi.e Ifat and f 'ap K>i
roaieii.?RaB B'ylea now reada of fjeotlernen't Voa'b t aid
ChiIdrei.'aHAriand Cari The eepecie' atuntion or Ladiee
v eall.o lo enr Urge. aaaortnent of f'itit.f.ix\ t lltrtaad
t tl , J. W. Eb__.ooc.Mo I^CiBilat.
~?j>knih will iaaue Thih Day bia Pall 8tyl.es
for Yotiao bti.i Ormi, No ?.? Broadwiy, ?ppoeite 8t.
Panli_
l-adiee going; to or returninr from tbe country.
wiahiiii their agajada ol ..hok, caa nod Oaiti.- Boort from
ir/toSi/ I-AOiai'Bi.irpaaa. Tvr.iaod Bttxivi 8 t
pair, with BeviVbtiaira' and CHiLUiaaa Boort a_ ?? .r.
o' ii! ki_? aad pn&ea at _ _e_ a_j? i_
j B Mn -t ?. < ??? No ISIf.a iil tt
""'TJrTai 8?hf?ttiaf.^b " with a tiue I.ikeoeia of
Madan.e (iriel, prirf 91 eeuta. Tbe 'impl't' 0;*ri ?f Uaj
aia B.??.a, aaperformeo at Oaetla Oard-n arrani.d lor th. oi
ar.o I r.e, wiib Italiau ai.rt KnalJih word. BghM *.' Alao. tke
Ooeraa ' f Norina llon Olliag? aod Locia di Liminerno ,i
juetf?jl.liah.o aot (..'.".? ' H..aar > 'loaDJl.BWlMadway
To City aku OwT of Twwi
Buyera of
Houti ruiajftHiac coant.
\V. hit. I t^aytlful aod exreneiTe a-eortmeot of rlin
Wb:te aod BttHLT m.COHTIO
1 III ICH CMIBA.
raaaea a?d noum ..?? riaraaaa. ar ,m
All ol 0'ir o?B in:|iortetioii, whirb v. e olf.r at T'rr ow
i rmte r?.?in for uthen rooatmtly iTlaing
W J f Dailfv k Co.,
New Marh'e Storea.
Noe d)l aud "U: Broadway
JTS BlOADWAV
QtaUt ItAItfiAfM-(AKI'tTS AT COWT?PlTR
(M?.?n ar Rxoet to Piicki-rxTi.n >a i IUmihx v ?.u
aow eell offtbeir.K.k ofCaarryi. a.c .it the loweet pr.r-a
Hi. H VixnT Carrar.. kBx.Wla
Hn M TaraaTIV (lirkTI. 8aol_
Rich Baeaaiti. Ja
RgeaRPLI. Uty* P yard.
?Mca biaiy Bvraartaa. b.a.t
Aleo oo orruannm. u'. a T.ry largo Mn'*r?'?! af .h.ir. li
pOaaMMOa |.<rjar'i Ott Cl '!?'' Bwoa, MlTTiaa, aaATa,
lic , aqually low __
No. 97? B?n? * ? ? wblte-et,_
' VMI-DIRi I'AIIM b? .AMAMIEK 8AFK."
Itaaaa htkarnks ? IJABYIrt, Rea 101 aad ns Wat-r
.' ,roDi,..i.etoo..k. ...d.-'.l V?II.DER'.il'AT.NT SVI.\
gVIANDKII BAfR," nd i. the iiiny |?rain.ai|-liiinred (with
tkeiir.|.iooaof tlii- N?w Rnglaod Blat.al to uiaae aud aeli
|_aa_ , ? ? Brthaoa. Patent..
Ni '. Oiuit, Aug 16. Ik.il.
Mr.au HiukisA Mairm New lork:
? ?-^ In tbepeal tl wkb h - ? arred
in.t .*r Hto.e aaa roiopi'teh . o-iaomed Th. Ilainei fioin
lataraa -l":" aaaaatte aaaMaaaaaa torapilly that we aad
l.arelT tiine to lork up i.u- I.ka and ro.k. our ??-tp.
ihelawk .l..o. ou, .iaie wa. oae oi yaai "Ric ?* t a i Bai
ama> in n Sai ?-.' (W i.d. r'a I'ateot.) an.t a.tl ?gk the hr? waa
oi.. ? I iu. li..tt.el. ll.ei- be.nga l?i?' .|.?''ti'T o( liquora. oil
ia<l ol' .r no ii kaadkM atow.d nitbi katldlaa . I I ?' '? k.
aod pa|?-r? caroe out ooinjui.d. ea. -f the huidiut wat etartod
Weari arHbrtly aaktaOi l ihai '' yo-ir BeOte ara RMBgaed '
?,"""?,-1"?,"'.^^"'I'MUniiiro
A laig. aaanr'nieol o* tbe aUou Mlet oa Laud aod Jeuea
Inpeartrahle Vi ajd'i Pan Lork D?p6t aa abore. _
Orrat Kiki in" Tkoy, N. v.
Taov. Tueedi,,S.pt I, 18M
,s ( Hr.iiiM.?M'. Oae af voat ftafaap wrvad anpaatra
aad rarlured theaa ta me ha n. >d ord -i att-r havla| kweaei
r,?,d leea ieleaa keil a- tl.e lat. greei 6r.
?ll. ii I Hliaae lorWAid llie i-ie ol Tnlir lin|itini-d illta
aiaa i Talaaari BagBeaaaaeekaaaa aldeeeaa aoon n .onveo
leot I bave deUvarrd tba old oaetoyaai g^aata aa taaa gkty,
Ateaara luaaTT H<
Yoere trely. C ^^ Taewfaea
The teaied aafe ahoae mi ntiooea bat he.n plar^d in Baal . (
ttaaara. Baaarv * Oo'e aaara Tr-i arhaaa R caa bo aaaaa
kaaa latareatrd la tbe aaafxei
A klrgM aaaortmen' M tbe unprnveri HaaaiaO't e?tent BafM
an liaiid and D.idr to ordoi. I' IIm' aU tiaml i(ie.-, Bia k >
Nue UB, lo^ .in . Nea tofk. B. C lltaain.
Wiuia-Ti PATR-1 MI.AMAM.III .SaI'K.t.?No
tire u birelry given I'the puhlir, thit aathaBitaal BUlQ
HiaKni. reliagnid 'o th" tnhiciib-r a I kla nght t.. miuu:'ar
garaaadaal wili>*?? raiaai BaaaataaaaaBaraa. Iba
?akaoiibei wmiln ther.fore ?it. ,. . t ? l.te n-i i? an.l ihe
pablK. tl.ti he ie abaat to aakkhekah hhaiaaU la th - buai-ata
Ii ll \\ ii.lt- K I'atenlre.
liliiiMl SAI\MAM>IIi BAfER.?KOBER1 bt.
Pa vaica la Ihe aole aiaanfactuKi Inthe l/aitad Btataa ol 'ie
n . >.l?ii.d.NAi-e,a_d r" C .< -i ii? ? > ??"? o.rii|li
I, ,,. i im> Kii> Hep.1. No IW Pearl et-.
. Maldea-ianei tagaw-beaggi RaaOB,0alot>aad
ho ( ei.no tt ___________________ - ??.
BELLfl! BEI Lkj! ?Mp.ni rlVb Cei EBRATI d
Cauaca K*ito?y HriAaioAi RaMat,Rao,g>eeaatrva,
i s . iioa and otli.-r B(L8 ciaafaBtiy ea haad at tba Werka
i\ ? Tioa N Y , au." al_o ll ibe A_.ucy. 118 Bija.ia.y.
^.?w York
Ni a t AiiiM i- ? i.i i ra, Kri.i i iier m tU 1 11
N. '??? BaaaaWaa -s- B^aeeba Itaoal, aia aew arillag Car
flirnawavl >? ?' f"?''T t. ? raaawlU
M h greetly ta their iatereat ka eaaaakM ou: aaaaaa eaatek
aad kaa i.i_. t
WlMMIW S|IAUI> AM) CURTAIN QOOOR AI
I | I , ?..l , .i >,? .'? ' I'lOadaaT
aod M K.adret., have ot th.it o?u aiairif. 'ure aad
Maa a'aigeatocl ef VVimiiw .iba 'et Lace aad klaella Cai
I. i.a t ?.ti.irea ll.ruiaaa, fcc , whioh ihey are uow i.ieniig at
eii' in. li low pf.cet_
NoTICtr?PAl? Hawcinob, Dscoratiomb,
a \\ ii o .?l K >l.i RltAli at ourNl* ?V?rihi-.i,
N.w INia-.J _J1 btoa.lway ?___.
I\a iMAt K?\ t A C"
?aabJI aldrd a larn. failorr N t | . ? . ??. |M and 1 8 VVett
i.i aaleaetve laJportkag Baaiaeea, tl.e tra.e at
abalat-la aa aell aa c.'i.-un,. t. at lelai!. w.ll .!-.It tlir.r nt.i
ea. aud la-te by extiu Biog thr 8T0CB an i Pjll tl_e8 our new
rttOM-g I ? Noa tt aad .' ..-oa.iwaT.
DirecUy oppoaite the City IU
IUm. oi' WaaHTENikvV, ItVNh 0? Mll-KOKH.
rtanni' aao MtiiniM.' Uank .-o Maiarata?Ifoageaa
Ihe ar? >. Banka will he tiim at Suc.nu o i tlie do'iar :n 11
u...u; 'o 1. int Mtna OLovataa tt K K> a\?'? Noa <6 aod
?1 Palionai AU ~<b< r BarVa "i ibe 1,'ni.i 11 r?r
M\?im. W.m niNi>. ?VVe will paj a libotoi ro>
-..id ' - .hrreha ?e c?n prm ? that inv
l-eiwii ii thr Ciiy of New-I ork hn la.u^ht i.d u ?:ii aa Kx
, not HeWt-0 Uicatia. Tke A?.-n? of tbe h
i baa edarrtun-l tl.at ihiy are not uien of a.raw. we
dou t b, !r . - hin- A ('. oipani wbi. h w th n : owniiij i aingle
patrvt i-ii'.nl luioinglr | r.i. -ataoit halaai
ii. g to i-. . i f. : .???'.?? baaeta aur] weD ha eaa
I i , e.|Mliai|. l.y t\ e ar:"'" th.- pih'.u- liaiinrtly that
ooprra ii -bstl b-al'i aredl i.?-?ri E\i?i m >i M i. hivi .
?at paiuig uaden.age* I bl M\-l.a A lo
No J_lli adwaa
DdtvtB roii tvoui. No. 44? Diaadway, aaai
(.?an.* ?i intiua atlei.ti n o hw tt.n-a ef Catai aad tHlia
w aia >? u o' OI?.t ( i t to .M.; aiid RaaBAt. o witb Creet
or laMal Paaci Ooeaa, aaaateaa from Ragklaa, at law
pi .'?e_|_
PR llOOKLAXn'K t I I -MUTBP (tKRM-S llir
THi rupared hy l?i l' M 1-00800 Ra l?Arrhtt.. Pbi
ladelphia Wil! eBeclaa It rarg Luet I .'itneitia
jMudu-e.Cbroai." ?t NervooeDebillty, 1* a-aaea ot th- I
end al! d?eaapa arwug from a dia-r.ered Lue: o: Sto na.-h.
ea< h ee Cooetipatioaa. loaird Pilea. k'aUBeaa ot Rlood to the
Il.e.i A? idity 01 th.' -TOB?rh, Niatea, tleanbaro Dognat
foi ki.^ F_J__ anJ Wetghl ia tl - St-ma-h S.iar Eror.
tKOM -?iiiikiog or Klaitetuut at th,- P-.t j: ihe M .oil h Swm.
Biog'ot the ilead. Ilur.ii aad D?ralt Brrathing Kiut etni
ac the Heart, CbokiM "t Sufto-ating . ? a.fi .nt when ia I
lvaM_weakkM D haaa af VhaWa, Da8a ar Weba bedba tha
RtghlTfi-tncrDall Pair in tl.e He.d D Perepi.-.
tnai \elljw aeea of the Skto aad Bjea. I'a-n .- the Birk.
Cbeal Liuika hc . SuJieo rhiahra of H'at Ha-_: .
ri~ah t\.u?taot l-ag-ingji o'Evii, aal gr-at tkapaggBM .'I
lror_ie n Now V.vk bt A ? ? ? '!^->' B? 1?? fa!
t.nai C H Rmo.No IK'Broadway Hai l a??. Haaatk 0
Ktatsv No. tg Warraa-at.. Uow>* Paii.. No U. I hamher.
at- C. k aiitiiia?l'?,Nil!IU(W. O'oorr Mc
KlggKH A Robiim N.i UT Mtder gggkl -ie imtii. Brook
Itr. bdo bi liagjrr- ir f kealera of n.
11K. M'l.kNt 8 Cl I ? BR?1 Rai li> E- Pll LRRI
faat ? \- 'MVng .1 iKl.rr reaardkea <bf
. be thraprp.'!. *r Ragaw we ane the
? rt i rfk atr. the pabikc
?aal haae coahdence: Mga, Yoax. Aaa >?. 8At
., bai 1 hire beeo iMI.,ted w th Loer
Complaiiit 1 r ? loaa nnte. aod ueiei foand permaceii: rrli?t
antil I _?-d Dr tfl?aar*! Liti i PttLv Bt laei ue. I haa.
, ? a_ed ?l Ibat dreaJfu. dia'tf aad aow cake
rleatar. in reeooinaeadiag them to all who ara troui'.rd with
?- . . I via. Iie or Diapeptaa
1 MARTIIlLL,..Vbav.
p s ?Th. a'.^T-ra.uah.e r-ntedy. aleo !>? k?c__n'a I'al
i aa.vt t. VaaaWI ll?a. rao a? br had el ail reapeoiahl. D.-ui
_'.- "w'lf plcea. V rereral to aak tbr aad take aoae bnt
xlr M Laai'a biTai I'lLLi Theeeareoahar INAla. aarwan
I-rei l*iii? poa oefoio tbe paba-:_l")
IU.r DYE and Ifaaw. BiTC-BJIit'xj rel?
g,?le.l Haia D.a u hy.il eokaow-eAged rbe be* I, th.
__a? _ad wboiaarie aad rerail, m apMieO ia one pnrate
*^ .^'rVTtr,a,t?',H.,t tkye. W^ a.: Ora.
__aaaJ fc_? ihaOan N* OB Beaadway
CREAT MlIRK BRV*_Ba-aaaaaa_n ?\ HoRACF.
\Viti|. No m Bioidxit ? Aa maair thro_g_ twa af it*
gr._tr?i iTlni repra-enutue*. a partiealarly eai-firg ? ?lw
? - a at tbia time. ard tbe gaotiuai ia arieina ib t-e aiad*
of many abere tbey may oeat o*U? aacb awrehaadwe ua;i
ena'.ie theru to prartke and aaja* at th>ir hom a that whieb ao
ewhanted them at'lareaof pablic amoaaaxot, btr. W.thi
dreB_it of Bti.itx 9* all partie* to apaak ia _>_re reaerai ter?
'bat . luiaaiai) Ib * bawrjiax aotke *f bi* *r?at Maaar Eatab
l_bH.ro!. aad. in orsrr T.gii. aoeaetb.Bg of a de.n.to tde* of
. i aad iai.etx ''. th* a*?rtm?r.t of icui/ t'jd maateil
ia-tr-rar-ta wbwr, rSay ron-*:-. . , - mah tbe aexerxJ
?Vparia- ? *r. N 1. t'.an* *i :he e-tr?e*, eoa
tain*. ia th* fnrm of abeet xak aad aiB*4e pabi_?io?. tba
: -lartw ca of the ar?at maateraof tb* old aad aodara
acbr-.la.......priainf a catalogae eexood to ooa-e ia tb* coaotry.
andltea, -. ? ;h? t rnea mia he lodged by flud.ig
opra tbe .o'lr.te' :be B' rg_, VA'aJ-j w.tr. . ?*-??-? M liaeneaa
of MiDiXI fiiiti 07. nihe titie p?*e. No 2 rr??:.a:?
rono. for Pienoe. rontain* a larte aaaort?>aat of the** nean*
t fol inatrnmetu frm tea r.f tha moat ceiaorated mana
fa^tarrra of Bwon and Hew-Tork, inrl-.di-.r
Hi.ba. t With. P;aar_: aleo, MaBTIi't anr'xaied 0 ??
i'.ano l4r.?la. Moair Ra'ka ka. .Aa. No. J. ajeood floox.** e_
ror.n. for Mr orir.. a S?ror,d bar.d Piacoe a ,aaatata* 1
xanetieaof tbe n?! celrbrated mageraof tbe f .rea ? aad aorn*
r.f the xery be?t for th* *fta* BI th* tive: f tb* iatter. No.
4 V. holeeel* MoaJr Roob. ia dexotad eatireiy t/> trj? bran-b of
W 'be tra*V aoe the aa* n.^at :n?er?aa-1 ? --?..--? ta Baaet
Muair No.5. Seiert Sale-rieam for Piaooforte*. ia BB* M ??
n'at e|.gant ****** d-x-'ed to thia haair.eaa iat?
.^'ate. a.d -b' PaaaBJ tivtun'.U in ator* tbexem ar
eal.rd f*r heacf. ' tooe. a la?e narnVr
hariBi earred irgaar.d ln*i aad *a*e* m?ntad with rich'y
e*r?>. moiding* *i-d t^ari keya; tw-. 0' tbe b:ti'* '
RI^M in-trcnenu T. f.iLI'lT A C, .
n.ateato the r/oe to whieb waa awarded tbe firat pria* attb*
Vaowd-iFafcr. In a *. Ra-adaw. a? tb* i'i*
Mnair Drp..; or, tbe Amenraa Cantmeot, ar. 1
I .- aapphe* of all klod* of Minc Merrhaa.. *e to aotb
xVaaw**-*** k-ta. Knxe-a are aot e-oal-d l.x a.
Hoaa* A larr* daeonnt made on Piano* or Mriodeon* . -m>
factory pri-ra In caai Piano* a d on n. , n! ...y ;??.oeV_.
Paaaa ar.d Me'rdr. Bg M H *4_
MW .Mi-k.?"Tbe ?___! a-OOe*. >'irumer."
latnalBctionand bril.iantaanaiiona l.a v. ?,re0-_.
neihat wi!l meet with a warm wairom* fro n
the mnair*: noblir and br rregerxed a* a *?_) in th- ib-x-y I
all Joxeraof go d rr.or r. Ilealer. wi.. ? at'iair
bler.hanraa or to make arrange-i.enta for ronnnar<i .ifini
Bfal **w aanea publ ahed b* I -...-?
I.li,r tothro-adiar.tagetocaKaiHoiACI WaTis*''
Bioadway
lATUBDAT. SEPTEMBER 'h l-M.
Pnbet-riber* to Twr T*itcxr wiahin* tieir ?
dr-aa <!,*?. ?ed. ahould in al ca*eagiT* ibeirprea-nt P- ?'
aid ?r.ril, nhirh edi xm wheiher I)*i t Sem. YYeeklyor
Weekly; atd ''? ? -V ol<i gix* date of iube.ript.OL
Tbaaonld fre.;..er ? ? Bfa>aa?a-l?y
t>> couaufoni
A II // Hartford. Addr-a* loat.
AdT.-rtiaei,,enti for Trii: TBieixr. of Moriday oc.-l ; -a b*
**ot in kefore il u r.ork on Sat'irday eTrnina
The Trlbaine for Kuropr.
We ahall i*?ue THI1 -OBHIaTQ an Eedit-oaef
Thi __t_aa^Waa_?1 TRint'tk, f.r cir ?ula'ion bj
Kumpe. It will cntnin ail the IbbtAxx gtow. up to tho
time of going to jire**. Ningle aWfJaOB, in wrxp;.? ?.
ready for itiailii.g. RRRI b' had at the deak. I*:
Cea*? The atiamehip Waehiugton *ail? frotn tbi*
port for Soutliainpton and Iiremea Tu-Iiay, at IR M.
A uioet brutal homieide occurred nigbt before
laet io the bloodj .^ntb Wurd 0. thi* City. A
lawyer niimed John F. I'.rarly \va? beateu by a
gang of atret t nifl'ian*. knoeked down a fli_bt R.
at< p*. and eo injured that be died within - tem
bour*. No arrest* had been ina.le ip to h_t
ixenini:.
The St?r of tbe Weef ariiTed yegieniay i'nim
fcai. Jnan with l"> daj* later ReiFl froui CtlHor
nia. hnd a inillion in _old. F___ tbe OeU l.'e
gion, tbe hew? is uot impiriant. lliner* were
diing prelty well: eriijia OXeelieat, |-aWa__7l
oriinee 1. ** frei|ueut: 9FaW*-k_f ?taa-?)l* bot: and
onl) one .reat hre?the toun ol i.idwell. on the
.ub?. lo** f.CO,l 00.
From Oregon and Wavhiiigtim Territorv IbePR
ia nothing o( eoiiKeiineiice. T :e freei ftones
about the Co.jii.ile g*)*_ ininee were all ni'iou
(.liiLe. Tbe He*-. John W. Davi* ba ieei.oe.1
tbACrA?-I*9a<abif of <'rei'on, aud RaVRM t> New
\ork in tbe Starol tbe Woet.
hteam rouiimniirf.tion with tbe Sand>vieh 1*1
^nJ? haa been eatal lished. A joint Freoeh and
F.ngiiah fleet bad viailed Monolulii, and a_ liu put
to ?< R. Antiexatioii to the I'liited Btetea wa? the
proniineut topic of dimuRgiun.
Tbe nio*t iinportant new* by thii arriral i*
from C'bina. Au iuaurreetiou bad broken ou".
around Cantou. and tbere were ruinom th'tt the
u.riir'2' nte hnd eaj.tiired the eity. Thii, honever,
t.eed* eo_fi,nr.*tion.
M'AWIMI -a-BTOa-Vl-aJaat,
Tbe revolutioii in Spain ba* :io.\ g.i tar taken on
the apju-.trniiee ol :> p-rnitnent eondition that, a>
a ni r cotreepoii.ltiit at I."Uiloii ba* inforiued ua, the
wtaJtb) nid ri'iirerv_tiveelaa?e*havc btjga? toi m
igiate nud to *eek *ecuritj _ Frain-e. Tbi* i* not
aurpriiitig; Spain haa nevcradopied tbe ui.olern
Freiiebfaibion. nogenerally in rofne in 1 ?? I-, of b-*
gitining and aet'otnpliahiug a revnlutiou ll three
d?\K. Hei > (lortriiithat liueert romplei aml more
prolonged. Three jear* ?eemi to be tbe ahortent
lin.it to whieb *he reetnetaberseli wbilcher rev
olutionary cycle ?oruetinie? esp.nu.l* to nine. Thui
ber firnt rtvtlution in tbe pre*ent eentury e\
tended from 1-' * to 1KII: the mtmi I'roin 1-.' I
to lo_9| and tbe tbird frotn IfJCM to I849L I! ?*
long theprenetit one will cuntioue, or in whx.t it
will remlt. it i* inipowible for the lveueat politi
ciantoforeteil; but it in not niuth lo BAJ tb.t tbere
ia uo other part ol Kurope, RjRfj even Tirkey and' he
l.'iihaiiu war. whicfc olTers *o profouud ?u intereat
to the thoughtful obaeiter. a* doe* Spa.n at thi*
inttant
luaurri ctionaty riaing* are a* old in Spain a*
tbattwny of conrt favorite* again?f wbiehthey
are imuaily dirt eti J. Tliun at tbe end of tbe
tturteenth eeutury the iiria'ocraey revolt.'d
againet Kin_ JNrrrr II. andhi* favorlte. Don A!on
ro de Luna. In the fiftet ntb eentury *till more
teriou* conimntion* tix>k plve ?gain*t King H.-o
n V. and the tead of hia ei-iarilla, I'ou Ju.n de
I'ai beeo Mar.fiii* faR N'nlara. In the *event?*entb
cehtury the people at Li?bou tore to pieee* Xmt
eoneeHwe, tbe Hortoriu* of tbe Spaui?h Yire
II j in Tortugal, aa they did at Sara_o??a with
S*n Colombo. the larorite of Fulip V. At the
< ud of Ihe aame cenltiry. umier tbe reign of Car
lo? II.. the pxeple of M-idnd fajRR _p|*_Rl the
t^ueen* eaniatilla. eomponed of the L'ounte** de
Herli** and tbe t'ount* Oropeza and Melgar, who
had inipoaed on all proviaiou* enterittg the capital
an oppreaaive duty. whith they sbared omong
tl t'niM'lTe*. The jteople marched to tbe r*JJ_
palace. foreed tbe king to app?ar on the balcony.
and tiDi?elf to denonnce the v._te_'? ramarilla.
Tbej tl.t n mareheaj to the palaoe* of the CounU
OVafFSR and Melgar, plundered them. deatroyeU
_*_? b) fire. and tried to lay hold of theLr owner*.
w ho. bowexer had the good luek to eeeape, at
the c??t of perpetual exile. The event whiih oc
cariened the in.urrectionary rieing in thefitteentb
reutury wa* the treaehen>u? treaty whieh the
favorite of Henry IV.. the ll_aT*]BaR4|a V:;!-r_,h_d
cvncluded with the King of France. ae<*ordiau{ to
wbieb Catalosia waa to be ?urrendered to Looii
XI. Three eenturie* later. the tre?ty oi Foataine
bleau. conel-ued on Oet. -.'T. 1- ?. by which the
favorite of Carlot IV. sjtd the minion of bi* Cjaeen.
I\ib Mannel tiodt t. the Fnne of Peere. t*o_
trarted with Iy<y-Aparte for the partitioi of Pur
tugal and the eutranee of tbe Freoeh armie* into
Spain. rfioaed ? poptitar iuiirrectioii at Madrid
againit Gotloy. the abdicatian of Carlo* IV.. the
a-eurnption of ihe thr__* by Ferdiaand VII.. hie
9en. the entnikce of the French anny into ?p_in,
aud the followi-g war of in Jependenee. Tbaa the
gpertiat war of indepeadeoee eomneoced with a
popular Lwurrectii-B agjainrt the camanllA the?
p<:r*0Di_e<l Lo Lrvo _a_mel Godoy. juet aathecinl
war of tbe fifteenth eentury eomraeneed with tbe
ruing againit ti/ rimarilla, then p-r-onifiexi in the
Marqni* de Villara. So. too. the revolution of
1 -' l r-m?eneed w ith the riiinj againit the cam
arilL*, peraenified in tte C'ount S.n Lui9.
>'i.twitb3t_ndirig th-ae ever-recurrng Laiurrec
tion*. tbere ha* be*n in SpAin. up to the preeertt
eentury. no *eriou? reTolution, exeept tbe war of
the Jloly LeaJjae in the timea of Carloa I.. er
Charlea V., a*the fjermani ca!l him. Tbe irame
diate preteit. as uaual, w?* th??n furai?hed by the
eUinewho. under tbe a_.pireA.of Cardinal Adrian
tbe Vieeroy. him?elf a Fleming exaaperated the
Co_ti!iana by their nparioua in-olen-e, by *elling
the publie oflieea to tbe higheft bic'der, and hy j
epen tr.ff.c in law-raita. Tbe oppoaition againit ]
the I'lrtiikh cani?iile wa* only at the aurt'aee of
the rco-.f nient. At it* bottom eu the d.'l>n?e of
the libertie* of mediaevaJ Spain againtt tbe en
eroatbmmt* of modern abtolatiim.
The tnaterial ba*i? of the Spanirh monarehy
bt.virg been laid by tbe union of Arragon (aitile
axd lirenadi'. under Ferdinand tbe Cetholi.-. an 1
IiRbella I.. C'harlee I. attempted to trati-form
tbat etill feudal monarehy into an abiolute one.
S rr ultanei'iiily he atUeked the two pillare of
gpaiiiehlihert). the Corte* and tbeAyunt-tn entes
?the fortner a moii.n-ation of the ane;ent I ??>TT_ir
roariVia, and tht lattertrauimitted ali_io?t withoat
interruptien from tbe Koinan time*. tbe Ayunta
mieiitor txl.hitiDg the miiture of the bTedt
tary and eloctive Rbat-Jaaf proper to the Koman
munieipalitii-. Ar to niuneipal aelf-govemmen^
tbe town* of Italy. ?f Provnee. Nurthern (iaul,
(Jreat Ilritain. and |>art of Germany. o.Ter a fair
*imilitude to tbe then rtateof the Spaniih town*;
but neitber the Freneh State* (reneral. nnr the
Uritieh l'arliament* of the middle * ?<??. are
to be conipsred with the Spani*h <' >rte?.
There wete eire_'n?tance? in the i-i.ttiv
tion cf the Spaniih kingdom peru' %rlr
farorable t<> tbe liinitat.on af royal pow. r.
Ofl the b-M *i?le. Kina'l part* of tbe pechuula were
reeovered at a time, and formed in*o leparate
kiogdon.*. dnring the long ?truggle? with tbe
Arab*. Popular law* and eiutom* were eavgen
dered in theae itruggle*. The iuree*#ive _?*>
iiacata, beiug prini ipally effeeted by tbe noblei,
riiaaflTJ ll.iir juiwer exee?*ive. wbile they di
ruiiiiRhed tbe royaJ power. Ofl the other h .nd. the \
iuland towBK and eitie* ron.-to grett con?e.itienip,
froiii tbe ue.tiwity people linind then:*elve* under
of refid'rg togetber in pl?re? ol afrength, a* a
H aflfitj agaiuat the ooi.tinnul irruption* of the
M.)..r?: wbile the pet.in?ular formntion of the
ei.uii ry. la? eori-ttfit int? reoiir?e With PfwFaaMR
and Itav. ereated It-t'Iatfl -**4_a__Rf_-a1 and rnui
BTaM eitie* M the eoakt. A? early a* Ihe four
teentii ceiitury, the eitie* formed the moat aayWOF
fui part bi t-e Curten. whieb were RtrflRf3aa l ..l
their repn-eeiitalive*. witb tl.oeeof the elergyand
tbe nobility. It i* b-M wortby of remark. tliat
tl ?? i-lnw reeoverv from Moori?h dotninion through
?i. ohetinate *tri.?_!. 0. almo?t ea'ght bundred
jesr-. gc.ve tbe pemumila. when wholly einanei
jat?d. achara. ter alto.eiher .i,,'!er.'iit from that
Ol eohltlpor iiieolle ..uinj'e. 8faV_ liu iillg ka-waa,
at tbi i jioeh ol Kiiri'i>ean reiurreetioo. erith tbe
inanner* of tbe Qa-hl and tbe Vaudal* iu tbe
North. aad with tboae of the Ar?ba m tbe Smitli.
Cbarle* I. huving retumed from fiermany.
wL.'e tbe iii'perial ilignity bad boen becovrej
up.'ii I [RR, tbe (orteg ue.-eii.ijlt'd af \ 'alladolid, in
en!i r to nieive hia oatb to the amieut law * and
IO iL\irt hi? with tbe i rown. Chtrlen, deelin
in_ to r.,'|o .r. i" nt eoiBmi*?ionera wlo. hdJ pre
t.ii.ie.l, were to reeeive _he oatb of k-lef^*?00 on
ibe ]>nrt of the Corte*. The Corte* refu*ed to
ndmit tbeee etiniiii?e;oiier? to th-ir preaenee. no
? tbe ii.'inrib tbat, if he did not appear
and awe.-.r to tbe la*e ot the country, he *bould
R_Tft he ?ihiow!e<l_ed RR King R_ Spain.
Cbarli* thereupon jieided; he appeared before
tl.e ( .rte* bnd took tbe oatb?a* biitorian* ?ay.
with a very bad grare. The Cortei on tfci* occa
aion told him -You muat kn.w, Sei.or, that
??the Ki: _ ia but tbe paid aervatit ofthe nafion."
RJbjcR wai the be.uiuiu. oi tbe hoitilitie* between
( har!e* I. and the tow na. Ia eomeqnence of hi*
iritriguea, i.nmerou* iuatirreetion* broke out in |
1 aatile, tbe liolt _t*fM o! Avila w.?* formed. and
tle niited town* nnvoked the aiaembly of the ,
( I'rte* at Tortemll.?, wbei;ee. on <>e:. -'". 1'?-' '.
? ?jTnlej't aiahirt the .ihu*e*" wa* auidre**ed
!? tl.e Kiu_, in returu I't whieb be deprived all j
tbe deputiea a*9tnihicd at Torteailla* of their j
; ? ix ?? tii,bt?. Tl.ue ri^ i! w?r hid berome io
rtitable: the eommi Ler* apjieaW to arta?: their i
?Raaawffl under the I'OlllCiaiid of P.idi!li eeized the '
!? Itawafa. Torre I.obaton. but were u'.timately
defeated b) ?uperior force* at the battle of Vil
IgaaV on April fl_s 1681, The hea_i? ofthe prin
ilpal ? < oiie( iratora " ro.le.l ou the aeaffold. and
tle anti? nt libertien of Spain diiappeared.
BaTTtxT? cirtuinitaiji'e* eon*pired in favor of ?
the riring power axf aj^-olutiam. The wtnt of
iihion leetweeu tbe differeut proYince* deprived j
tbeir elli rt? ol t^e niceanar) itrength: but it
wa?, above aJL tbe bitter autagonigm between the
a_a-R9M 'I tbe uol-;ea aud the citizeu* of the
?BXWaM Whieb tharlei eniplnyed for the i*J*J__aa_a
ti, ii of hotl . W? b.-.ve b_I*M?J ciei::ioned that
?inee tl.e leurteect'i e.-mury the inflm nce of the
town* wa* pi_*A_aa it Ifl tbtC_f-t_ aud aince
Ferdin.in.l tbe Caaa*_*_e, ti..' Uo.y Ilrotherhood
i Santa Mern;andad\ had proved apowennlic-tru
ment iu the i.amJ* of the town* agaiuat theCa*
tilian noble*. who a<-en?ed theuio.'en.Toafhment*
floj tbl-T a-B-h [0* _ndj':ri?dir',on. The
nobility tberefore, were eegerto |_?et C_r!o* I.
in hi* pnjert . f ai:ppre...ng ;he Hely Le\_e,e.
Havin. cru?bed their r.:ar,i reaiatanee. Cirloe
occupied hiiri9elf with tbe reduetion R. the mt-'
nieipal privilege*of the t)wn*. which. rapid'yde
eliniLg in population. wealtb ani importance
aoon loat tbeir icfiuent e in the (. orte*. C_rIo*
ni w turned ro'jnd upou the nobleg. who had a*
aiited him in putticg down tbe libertie* of the
towr*. but wbo themeelve* rtt_ned a ron?i.lera
ble ptditieal importan.-e. M .tiny Ln hi* army
f. rw.int of pay ohli.ed hiin, n 133y, to anernVe
tbe Corte*. ia order to obtain a _rant of mbm .
Indigrant at tbe raiaapplieation of fortner mS?i
die* toi peraticD* foreigt. to the interegt* of Spaie.
the Corte* rifoaed all aupplies. Ceaa.ee d.miiaed
tbem in a rage: and. the noble* baring BBa-kaaal on
a prixilege of exemption from taxe*. be dee!*red
that thoae whoclaimed ineh a riiht eould hare
bo rlair.i to appear La the Corte*. aad co_2u>
qntatly exrluded them fr> m tbat a-aem'-ly Thie
wi* the deAih blow of the Corte* aad their
neetiDi. were henceforth reducod ti the per
fonnance of a mere coort eeremony. The tbird
eloment in tbe aneient conititutienof the Cortea.
viz.: tbe e.er.y. erJiated *:nee FerdiR._d the
Catkoli,- under ihe banne rof tbe Inrjiailion. had
longceaaed t.. kJa-tw) ita intereat* with thooe of
teodal r-pain. On the contrary. by tbe laqaiot
tion. the CLurch waa traiiiformed into th- mo?t
f..ru.idabletot.ioi" abaolutiam.
If after the reig-i af Carlo* I. the doafiabO?
Cpain. both in a politica! and aoeia! a?pect. exhib
ited all thoae gymptome of Ing.oriom and pro
rracted putrefaction ao repulsive in the worat
timea of the Turkiah Empire. under the F.mperor
at leaat the ancieat libertiea were baried in a
nisgt.i_cent tomb. Thia waa the time whea Vaacw
Muooz Baiboa plauted the banner ot'Caatile upon
tbe ihore* of Panen. Cortez in Mexi.o. and Pi
zarro in Peru: when SpanLih influenee reiroed
aupreme in Europe. and the Southern iraagiRAtinn
of the Iberian* waa bewildered with tr_do_ of
Eldoradoa. chivalrona a<!vrntu.e*. and aaiveraal
monarfby. Then Spaniah liberfy diaoppfarrd ua
der the claah of .irma, *hower* of gold. and the
terrible i'.iuminationa of the auto da te
But how are we to a-o.unt for the ?:ng u'.ar
plecoiuenon that. after almo*t three .vntuneg
of a Hapabura dynaaty. followed by a Bourbon
dynaatj?eitherof theui .juite gurficient Btfjfoja.
, ; ,?, ;!. ? the ra'inieipa! libertiea of Spain more
or lt ?o furvive' that in tbe very country.
wbere of all the feudal afatea abeolute moa
archy _r-t aroae in ita moat uuaiitigated t'orm.
centraii7-tion ha< neverauc.eeded tntaking root'
The aaaa-ret jg _ot diiBeult. It waa in the aix
teenth eentury that were formed the erreat inon
arebioa whiih .atabliKhtd themaelveaeverywhero
on tLe downial! of the conrtietiog femlai elaaaea?
tbe ariatocraey and the towu*. But in the other
oreiit Statr* of __raaa absolute uiooareLy pre
g^i,ta iteeli a* a civiliziug center. aa the i-i.tiator
ol ao.ial u:;ity. There it waa the laboratory. in
which the variou* elementa of soeiety were *o
mixed ar.d wnrked. aa t" ailow tbe town* to
ebange the loeal independenee and aovereignty
of the Middle Aw* for the geoerai rule of the
Hiiddle rlaa.eg. aud the ^otiiinon away at
aociety. In !-p_iu. on the contrary. wbi> the
ariatoerary ?unk ir.to degr ndation witbout loaingv
tl.eir worat privilege, the town* io?t their me
did-Tal power without gaimng modern inipor
tance.
fcinee the eatablnhment of abuolute monan-hy
tbey bare ve_e*at?'d in a dttte of eoovt-tRoaja
decsy. Wo hive n..t bofO to atate tne e rcum
ataneea. politieal or eron?mieal, whieb doattoyed
Spaniah romneeree. induatry, navigation aad ?gri
etiltiire. I'or the predent B?fwM it ia suri.-ie-it
to aimply rerall the fact. An the r.. um-reial
ind induetrial liie of the towru ia-liei internal
enhan.e* beeame rare, the ining'iug of the ;n
habitai.tr of diflereut provinee* leaa freti'ient, the
uieana of o.nimiiui.atiou nealect.-d. and the ureat
roadi <:radi:ally deierted. Thu* the loeal l_b of
??paitj, tlie independenee ot it? provin<ea and
aaoa, tlie .liviTniSed itatO ef eociety orig
inally baae.i on the p4jraa0al eoutieuration of the
cotiutry. aod hiaOBfiraBj .i.-veioped by th.- do>
tnehed maoner iu wbieb tbe aaoograipHI?OOO
en aneipat'-d theniHelve* from the Mooriah rnle.
aad loiiieil litt'.e indepeodent eoinmonwei.ltbii?
waa uow fiual'y atrengjttieaed and continued by
_0 tconouiieal revoliitinn wh.rh dne.l up the
aaajtcoa of imtional actitify. And wbile the
abeilute uiotiarehy found in Spain material in ita
very uature IwMlolTO to ceutralizatiou, it >lid all
in it? povier to p't'^ent tbe <rowtii of eommon
inter?-.tn arnitnf out of a natianai diviiion of
lobef aud tbe mult'piieity of int.rnai e.\'hnageg?
the very baaia on whi'h ab_M * uniiorm ayatem
of adtniniatration and the rule of <eneral laws
rin be ere._t?-d. Tl.ua the ab?o:ut ? in?'n_rehy ia
Spuiu. bearin. but a eup? rfiiiil reaea_bl__ro to
t! e abeolut" monareiiiea of Kurope in general,
U ratt.r to be raoired in a e!?aa wirh Aaiatic
furn-.a of jroverniiient. .^pa;n. like Turk.?> n
iiioin.il nn a^ulnnj. ratioa tt ?aB_M_8R|0d republic*
witb a nmninal ao.ere:_;n at their nead. Dea
puti-ii! i ban_.d iLaraoter in the dirfereut provin
c?a with the arbitrrtry interpretatiou ol* the
orneral lawa by viceroy. and jrovernora. but iloa
potii a* w.ta tha gmerumei-t it did not preveut
th." proviueee t'r ui aubautiug with diil'erent Ufa
aed euit'.ma. dilierent c<u*. military banner* of
dilierent roiora. aud with tneir reapective *)*?
teni? of taxatioo. Tbe orienta! de?poti?in at
tnrk* innniripal neif i/n-.ernment only when op
po.e.l to it* direct intereet* but i* very glad to
allow tho*e inatitution* to contimie ?o long a* tbey
tnke of it* *kou!dtT? tne duty ot doiug eoiii.
tLiti. atj<l gpare it tLe trouble oi regular nvlmini*
tratiou.
Thus it bappened that Nap *'eon, who. like all
1 ?? oatemporarieo, eonaiderod .S^ain a* an intoi
uiati- iorj)*e, wa? fataily *urpn?fd at the di?
twearj ttat when the Spanirih htate wa* dead,
- aociot] wa* fill of iife. andevery part af
?it ofertldwing with puwerg of reaigtanee By '
the treaty of Pontainebleau he had got bia troopg
toMadrid; by allurinu the r"yal ftrai'y into ao ;
.ttervifw at Bayonne be had foreed Carioa IV to
Iwtlawi hi* abdiration. and then to make over to
to hiin hi* dominiotjK: and he had intiaii.lAt.xi '
P'erdinand VII b_0 aiimilar dec'.aratien. Carioo
IV, Li* Queen and the Prinee af Peare, eonveyed
to Cocupiegne, Ferdinand VII and hit brothera ,
iuipri.oned in the ca?t!e of Valen. ay, Bonaptrte
conf?rred tLe throne of Spain on hi* brother
- a..er_b!edaSpa_i*h Juntaat Bayonne. aud ?
protided them witn one of hirTeady-made coneti- !
tnti. n* Seel_g nothing alive in the Spaniah '
u.i bari'hy exeept tLe miaerable dynanty whieb '
L? Lad eafely locked up. he felt quite aure of thi* !
eotfiaettiou of .sp.in. But. only a frar day? after
__ coup rft main, he received the new* of an in- (
-orrertion at Madrid. Murat. it ia true, ijuelled
tLat t'itnuit by killing about l.fh'ii peoole: but
when tb'e _k_aa_gjre bf-ame knowa, an iniurrec
t ' | -> ke ..._t in _ot__ka, and ?oon afterward
embraied t_e whoie manarehy. It i* to t>e re
fiiark. '1 iLat thi* firit *p rutaneuug ri*:ng origin
at?d with tb?- people, whilr the ? better" claaaea
Lad Bedctt} ir.braitted to the f-.reign yok?.
T litii ti.it Spgin wx* prepared forhertnoro
reef nt rerolationary earoer. and launehed into
tbe *tn:^?le* which bave marked her deveiop
Dent in tbe preaent ceatnry. The faru aml in
fltienren we have thu* luccinctly detailad atill act
in fortcng Lerdetttnie* anddirectingthe impulae*
of her peop'.e. We have preeented them a*
ceceuary not only to an appree.ation of the preg
ectcrtaia, hut of all ahe haa done and aufered
?Le Napoieonic ugarpation?a period aow
of n.ary fifty jea.-*?aot without tragie epiaode*
aad hjiak eJort*.?':.-leed. one af the moat toueb
ng aad !n?tnietive fh ^tera Lnali modern hiatory.
Let _j bope> thit the additionj aow being made.
?..-,- a_a__* by tba Spacuih p*op'. may prove
oeitber nawortby nor frotiete ot good U> them
aelTea aad to tbe werld. _
CAWAPA-CII_w?? OF M1j*iSTKT.
Tbe Canadian h?_i?try. compoaed of Meaor*.
IHnrka. Kolph. Cameron A Co.. reaignel aea*er>
,'ay. baving been fairly beaten the day be bre on
tke eleftion ofa Speaker of the new Parliamrnt.
They propoaed Mr. C*rtier. who waa voted down
by rX> to :i9: Mr. Sieotte wa* toen propo?*d by
. ,^.,,100. and eleeted by lt to tl. Mr.
noaalll Hit.ckatriedtoholdou hopingtorecover
big loat sround in the debate on tbe Goveruor
Gecer;a#Speech. but in vain. Tbat Speeeh take*
erouad in 'avor of tbe aecularization (converaion
to F.ineational or other aecular use* , of the Pub
lic LoBda or Lan _ Prooeedikn>wn aa the (1. 10
Feaerveg; and thia demon*tration. tbough elearly
oo ti.e right a-de. a.i.nated aome of the Miniatry'a
gupportera, wbie eonciliating none of their oppo
nt nta?thoee who are zealoua for Seeulirixatioa
cboo*ing not t<> owe it to Hiiek* aV O. Bo the
Miniater* reque?t foradelayof tweaty fonr h-mr*
waa voted down. and Hineka. *eeing hi* fo'tune*
irretrievable tendered hi* reaignition and that of
bi* rolleague*. which were gracioua'y accepted
by Royalty* repre*en'ati?e, Lord Elgin.
The Oppoaition have won their firat field: and
now cornnience their aeriou* difficu'.tie*. Tney
cnrdially asreed that *__*_ A Co. nhould go out;
tbey are not ageed?far'froni it?a* to the men
to fi'.l tbo plac-* thu* vaeat-d. They embraco
every abape of digeordant opinion. from lliizb
Cburcb T.ninn to the iuo*t eweeping Radieal
iam?from tbe ?turdi? *t. blindeat .le mtee* of Roy
aity and Ari*toeraey to Annexatimi*:* aod K.hI
Keptiblican* ? fn-m MaeNab to MaeKenzie.
Wbeth'T th?y have or have not a leader of eiiatl
deiterity and flexibility with InapectorCem ral
Hineka remttin* to be proved. H they have, we
Lave yet to know him a* *ueh; and even one aa
faeile and dixteroua ai Hinek* would have great
difficulty in molding their diaeordant ?nu*d* into
a eompaet, eoherins: Adminiatration party. We
ahall *ee how they duceeed; tbough we *u*poet
tbat a dread of ridieule. if no worthier motive,
will impel them to ??fuaion." at lea*t *o far a*
not to surrender the rein* oi Governm >nt io de
?pair (? Hiucka aV Co. until after th-y ahall at
teaat have tried to govern We *hill aee.
A PRKSKIRT IIORROR.
_?? a fair and tenderbearted maiden haa
read aud wept over accnunt* of the terribleabuao
and auffering of tbo A'riean e-tptiveg or otb-w
victisi* of the atrocioug Slave Tra.le without aua
peetiug tbat seene* nearly ns revolting and nuite
a* painful are oerurnng almoat nijihtly within
gigbt of tbtir < wn bouiea. Ye* right here on tho
llu.l.e i on tbe forward deek* af our arately and
heautitul iteamer*. there i? almoat nightly eihi
bite.l a apectacle of niin?>d iadeeoney. coa
*traint. expoaure to.li?ea*e. aud po*itivo agony,
wbirb micht well niake a muruerer bln*h for bia
relatioiiahip to m.*nkiud.
Tl.e bell riiig* it* la ,t warnitig. the plank ia
hauled in or pu?hed aah-re; the eeeaping ateam
give* it* final ihriek: the engine etarta. and the
boat BkOTOO off in grareful dignity on ita way to
Albauy. A!l the *eat* on the upper deck are
til.eil and the protnenade* thron_ed by a lively,
laughing. pleamre *eekinc erowd, wliotn tlie
a*aa| will *oon suuimon t > theit bounteou* supper,
wLenee they wili return to chat, to read, to
gaunter. until they aball sevenl'y glide away to
their etate-room* or eabin berth* and *leep or
muie till sunri.e weleome. them to Albany.
What kaow theae of the gutTerin;'* endured, tbe
peril* watitonly impoied, on that very *ame
ateamer?perila outvieing those of the Middle
Paaaage and autfericg* auch aa demoiis could
*carce!y have the Leurt to deviae aud iufliet '
1'or there. ou tke forward deek of that aame
eteamer. almt off by a relent.e-a grtting froui all
aheiti r hnapitality or iutoreourae except with
each ott.er. i? hnd.lled together ?ome aeorea or
hiiP'lreii* of poor etnigrant* bouud for the rich
but diatant prairie* of the Weet. Me?t of the?e
are native* of Europe, perhap* ju?t landed onour
ahore*?poaaibly tbat day relea.ed frmn *hip
Loard .u.l having acarrely aet foot on the aoil of
the New Worl.l?but there are often .1 i -uiin
gled uativea of our City, of the adj .cen' ouutry,
of New-Jeriey or New-England, flying from
the inexorable poverty aod unreiuitted toil
to wbieb the portionlet* and *imple among
cfowdeil jopulation* aretoo generally *ubjectid.
They Lave little cuuuey aud many ehildren, and
tl.ey take tlie eheapeat eonveyance protfered
them, being amired that it i* neverthele?a do
*'?[.:. lomlorthble. and not unwhnlenoi/ie.
Miaerable prevarication* ' murderou* doceit'
On rea.-hii.g the boat at the appointed time,
the) an- not permitted eventogo ou board attbe
fo__n.cn _an?way, but aro roughly order.-.l to go
forward. There the atera reality fir*t breuk*upoo
their bewildered viiion?thehard and by nomeana
cleauly plank of the deek are their lodgiogg aud
tbe open ?ky i* their only covering. But thi* ia not
a.!. Sriir.-* after ecoreaof freah emigrauta, reek
baf with the miaama of long ronfiuement in the
?t.eragedurini; an ocean paaaage, arepitched up?
on them until the nuked plank which they at firat
revoltedata* bed* are no longerattainable: tbey
would gladly pay for a chanco to atretch their
weary limb* on the elainmy deek, but there \* not
rooni f..r all even to ait down, and the men moit
take turn* iu itaudin. up throuj/h the ni.ht. For
the women. apaee ii generally made, ao that they
can ait down and lean their ehildren again*t them
on thia tide and that, amothering their unavoidable
n_oanin_? io that the youngeat and beat plai.-ed
may anatcb an hour or two of troubled aluaibor
during aome part of the weary night. F..r the
inevitable aicknea* and digtreaa of many there are
no preparation*: they muat vomit a* tbey can.
Not even a n.ugh awning?coating, perhap*, fifty
dollara?ia drawn over them; but the aufumn
dewa fall uninterrepted upon mother rmd babe,
*ireand*on: and when the thunder*fc>rma and
rain-Kiuaila eome on they have no reaource but to
huddle cloaer together. if po?atble, ahrink, and
ihiver and luffer.
It i* our deliberate judgment tbat no negro
trader in the South would permit a cargo of hin
human ehattelg to be eRiried for a lingle night
with aa little regard to their healtfc. anit comfort?
to *ay nothing of deeeaey?aa ia regnlarly evineed
in tbetranaptirtation of free white emigranta many
of them American bora^ from thia City to Albaay.
We beliere it far below the truth to eatimaM!
tbat three thouaand human livea are annually aac
r.ficed tbrough the ravagea of Diarrhea, Dyaen
tery. Cholera. I.heumati*m and Fevera, in con
?equence of thi* Nortb River expoaure alone.
And we call upon our City Authortiea, either
blone or in conjuoc^ion witb thoae of Albany, to
take inat?t aod effectire meaaure* to arreat thia
w_oleeaj*Mrri_r_eof hnman life anci happtsea*
oo tke altir of the b?ae*t ararice. tbe _oa: ree>_.
leaa inhuria-ity. _^^^
KMltaRATIOrt TO Kt?>\*.
We reeeixe muny morr Irttrr* than we ean aa
i iwer. a*king for all mann?-? flf infi>rra*tio_ with
regard to Kanaa*. Iflfl *oil andeliiuatr. it* pogitiot.
and adtantagi*. the uiean* of reaebing it. aaJ
theaid afforded in so doitig by the Fmiv'ration _k>
rietii *. We bare already publiahed very mueh
on tbe*e topic*. but will vld a little more, though
we wi?b tbo-e in want of ?peeial informatioa
would write totbo*e who make abu*ine?? t?f *_p
plxing it rather than to *ueh aa hare a ?up.T_bu__
BBfe of other bu*ine*a and no time for thi*.
1. There i* no que*tion a* to the ferti'ity of
much ofthe ?oil and mildue** of the temporatur*
of Kan?a#. It* rlimate ii in the average aboot
the Fane t* tbat cf Paltimore, Pitt*burgl.. W_?h
ington City. Wheelmg and ( ineitinati. Mueh ol
the RRt- i* a deep, rich. blaok prairie loam. htrdly
ercelled. Tiniber i* *carce in H*_H_J p.irta ofthe
Territory: but every one who goe* tbither for
the next year or two can loeate in the midat or
aJeng the edge of a foreat if he *_*- tit. Bflfl tnu
ber tnll be ?raree in Kaui?a* unlee* plante.l very
aoon: and probably no belftr inve?tuient eoald
be now made than in tak-ng up prairie l?nd* away
fri-m anY timbir. plowiag forty arrea h.re and
there. and plaotinf with I.ivuat. Hickory. Pea.h,
a\e. in the fall and with Corn tho following
?prirg. Plow arourd and aroitnd the onUide of
tbi* plantation the next fall. *o a* to keep out
the 6re?: plaiit the Coni ear'y in the *primr har
ve*t in S? pteiiiher. plow and RRW withWtieat;
whieb barYeat aud plow again iu Auguet. eo
aa to keep ofl tbe prairie-tire* from th" young
tree*. Il ab*_ or hve y-am. tbe Peaeh will bear
Iruit. wiiiib wiil alwav* be Yvaiitvd bv the ne*er
gittl.r*: in teu )0;ir* from tlu> *tait. the Pea h
tre.? Ba-aia _*J i'Ut o,ut for fili'l alld li.ht feii.ing,
lecviug tbe root* to ?eiid up freih aud vigorou*
gboote: and by tb-fl time fi.e l.omtwill begiu
to be wortb eutting. wheu it ?bnul.1 be treated
in like manti'-r. 1. axiug tbe alower Hic'-ory RR be)
eut la*t. Oi eour*e, an experieuced woodsmaii
tiay eugge*t *peeiea of treea preferable to *o_<*.
or all A. the?e; but tbe thrifty. proxident tinn
wbo wonld l.ave a pn perfy to his ehildren e.tn
bardly inveet his money and labor better or *afor
than in tree-planting on an> ofthe gre.it Weatera
prairie*.
,. Aa to tbe niean9 of tramportation, we
know none other oqual RR thoae protfered by tho
Kani.-ta Kmigration Soeii t> having it* hea.ltjuar
ters at V\oiei*ter, Man?. It* 8ecretary \* Kl
ward K. Hale. who will au*wer all reaaouahle
uiniirii* by circular or letter. We hi lieve he ia
al*o conipiling a ?mall book. giving information
re*pecting Kanaa* and pracfcal direetion* a* to
the heet nieana of reaebing tbat Territory. The
aaa. af par?age per bead i* f*J6 from Koaton or
New York to tho kan?a* liue, whieb doe* n ?t in
elude proviaiona. <>. II. Stebbiu*, No. II ?
Hn adway, i* Agetit in thi* City. Kmigrant* ean
uiake arrrnigeiiienfi l.i forehand to join at ahnoat
auy point on tbe route.
:!. We bave bii n aaked to *tate whether any
Kmigranl Sneiety pnyi part or all of the paaaage
of tiio-e winbitig to etiiigrnte t<> Kauaaa, but un
alle to pay their wny We know no 9ueb, and
tru*t there i* none. Thireurelew permtn* un
r||r to pay their pa-aage to Kanata wh-i vvould
he able to tight their own baUlo after reaebing
tbat Territory. and tbe aettler* *hould not. mutt
not, be loa.led down in tbe infanej of their fl*>
terprige with paupera. No one ahould go to
Kanoa* the*e five yeara who ba* not proved bia
abiltty to make a fair liring and e-iimething over
in the State*.
4. Tbere i* a "luion Ktnigrnting Hociety"
orgnnized for Kanaa* by tbe Anti Nehraaka Mem
l..ra of i 'ungn ?* at Waahiugtou City. whereof
tbe Hon. J. Z. (joniiKirii of Iierk*bire Co.,
Ma*a., i* Prenident. Th'* formation of Auxiliary
Sorietie* in town* or countie* thronghout tho
I'nion i? reeouimended. Member* pay ???! ench
per year, to prouiote tbe geoernl objeeta of the.
Hosiety. Wecannot Iai the naoie of tbe 8t*cre
tary on tbe papi-r.i now beli.ro u*, but pretumo
tbat letter* addreeeed ti* the " Hod. .1. /. Ilood
? ? ri._?, I'rea't l_iii_iatii.ii Soeiety, Waahiugtou,
"I>. C," will be promprly re?pi>nded to. Tho
Worceater i* a 9tcck enmpaay, int.i.d ug to p%F
dividenda to tbe eontributor* to it* fund*; tho
Wathington enterpriie conteraplatea in returri
whatexer to it* eontributor* exeept in the good
aceompliabed.
?r>. We know no Kanaa* Kmigration Hociety
whieh wit.be* to employ paid ageut* to drum up
eontributor* to it* fund* or n-ttler* for the Terri
torie*. Yet we bear of adYertiaerueuta Ia eircu
latiun protlering lalarie* of .^I.inX) to tMM to
?ueb agent*. Hbould an>bi>dy biteat theae offeri,
then it i* our opinion tiiat sit_iebody will be taken
in: but we may be miitaken. At all event*. they
will bite, if at all. on their own r<'*pon*ibil-ty.
Painfu. To Obherve.?The fint attempta ol
a youog and tendermouthed donkey to maaticate
Canada thittlea and the eflort* of The Etening
Pott to (waUow the lateat aud meaneat of tho
"Ho/t" Platfoima?that ju*t concocted by Jobn
Coebran and Sawyer Kyoders at Syracuae. It
niu*t be tiadlot, tbat of a "Democratic" Fditor,
wben it redurea joumala like The Pott to aucb
dire extremitiea.?"My 9on," aaid a grave old
Turk to hia ten-jear old hopeful, pointiug to a
'? Chriatian dog" wbo wa* pa*?ing in the eandle
mold imalls. twollowtail upper garment and
storepipe " tile " wbieh eompo-e our prepoater
ou* and undigoified Fraiik coatnme, ?? remember
"that if you ahould eve. be t<mpted to f.r.ake,
"God and Hia Prophet, you t:.ny beeome auib a
" lookingobject a* that."
The ignorance af ROjMk ?entiment in " tbe ru
" ral diutrict*" whieb datkana tbe atmoiphere ol
our National metropolia i* painful to eontemplata*.
even when ita exbibition* are moat ludteroue.
Thu* The Satumol InttUigenrer. wbieh never per
petratea a joke with malice prepenae, ha? juit *et
the wbole State of Wrmoat into a brotvd frin by
aolemnly remflrking ?>f tbe lete Eieetion in tbat
State that
?' one <,f iu beat reeuiU wiil pn>l_il>ly be the R*aaa-R>
tion to tbe Setiate ofthe l.'iut.d Stat>? af tbat *t< rlin"
V\hig and *ou_d ?ut^n__n, tbe Hou. a-kWa*, 8.
PMILP-.
? The L'nion ia brave. It aay* tbat '? (rreat Hritaio
" can aend htr wh.do navy into tho neigbborhood oi
" SaaJuan, if *he can *pare it: but ihe will co_ulther
" own wtlfare by kecpintr han<l?oiT. ' We are*4vrry to
aee Gen. Pierce ao wartike; he ougbt to try atYg-Ytia
tion befrire Agfaticg. Perhap* if he were to m-od tho
iUnatriiin* Borland to Kngtand aa eitrBioHir_*ry envoy
be might -ettle tbe troublo, or el*o tbat atiU more di?
tinguiahed rta-t?n__n wbo treated with Georgo ItoberU
abont getting Mr. Jaroiaon drunk might be advan
tageooaly empktyed for the purpoae.

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