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- ?MI-RICA!? WISH M
DAY AM? ( .
Mr ' tv ? ,rk* ,ad , (uU ?watpaoy. ONE Hl'NI>tt_,:> .
SAND CURIO.
o?a. urn tiika ;
THH IA ENINO-P-II* A AN AAlNKI.r-Mr. Jo?.,,', JafTrriw..
M m K... M ?ti, VA r UM ?m - | ._l?_Y_?iCf
AAiTc.il MAI
TERRAI t UABDl M TbirtVav?
THIS I A I-NINO .t H--THKI TtloMA".-. 0*irHE?*TR AI.
HARDEN CONCERT. Er_gr_ui_i? Tiried errry e?? o t ?"'I "
tftk eon-rrt.
KIKTIt aa f. OPERA M
Till.?? EVENINO-KtTlAUiRrtl s MINSTREL*-D. k Ami*.
I . IleoiT. DeBiaaUr. *,rmt tnd llodtktn?.
HROADAl AV TIIEAT)
Till? rVENINO-BOBERT LANDRY. Mr Ed? lu *J?u.a
IA I ?.TE H (.ARDEN.
THI.V KA KN1N0-DOMBEY ? SON. Mr John Broughtta
?nd a powerful < itripiay
lill'PIM IIEA
THI-I IVENl.NO-HlLLlAltDTOlRNAMENT :
efAu
??? VA IfillK THEATER
Tlll-IEAIN lu TU) DEBHTANTE-BL'BL-SQVK LADY
AIT.I.H S ?") ' K) -I-MU AND MUS 1*1 I K It AV||:|.
Mart s?! i h A!? L-wl? B?_*i Mr A II Dit? i| ni Mr Ii .?a i Mut
AllC? M.IHjarii r. Mu. AV.Il, All-, llliul
IB?N, il THEATER.
TIO- EWNINii- II. lliOA ATOllE-L? Boachalli. Signer La
Bu 11? tatet, _
MiBura oa__di n
Tins IV! - iiLACK (R.)')K-<):-it ruMaata
Ht e- Tir,;-.
THIS EVENINO-TH1 IT ?.KI. 0? SAVOV. Mm Mugi-?
?
JG*l6ltlt_9 ?NOllC-fl?.
Cra-SBBSSS PAOIS EOR THE HlLlO'.S.
Err'T day demoDitrttrt mar? clear y that L.Tet I o.-up-ti it. In ti
Ita <_<lirt?ia| forint. can b* taatotBal ?nd ,'u'e! willi mt dimcu'ty or
lacen reu leece. It ii ?a obitoitt? dueiM, but l'.i ..baiiBa-y li n*?t
ateof aiBintt th* p?rtia?ciout. rru?*d?i and re?tot?tiv? trreraliOD of
Ho?i-rv.?_ ? Stobub Bittihi.
That gealal O-nietlvi eompeU tbt orpan to Ut duty. It ama! teeret?
rafa?ily and he.ltlifn !y und?? the influence of the Bitter?. Their
actioB bnugi It bick Irom i mt? of rebellion into perfect harmony
will the ?m of hrtlih. If there ii co-ti??_et?. it diiapp*.? , if
liter? ti ?tii-trhe or backache, it oe_?e?, If the ikiu arid the white? of
tt? ?ve? ?rr tinged with ?u-ierttuotM bil?, thiy r?coT?r their tialural
le*, if th* appetite ia gou*. at returut; if the digeition ii imp-iied it
ii re?for?d; IB brief ?hateTet the ?ymptomi of t.-ie , oin plaint nny '??.
ead ?b-tcver the ph..* it he* _*?amod. a r?r? ii tttuut, Such tra
Ik? to, f.ini eff. i. of ihli preparation w! er? bl iona Ji?r>t_- lilt !>eea
?Iready -*?rlop*d. but in c*??t where there it merely t ronitttutionil
tee4rncytoliTereomplaiBt.lt may be preTeuteJ ?hro-nl >ul life by
the regular ut* in ?__.ll qu?utittei, of thia pa atable aniidot*. Theae
?r? atOTea fact? aad ibotild he leriontly pondnred?or, rttliar. they
ebould Im promptly acted upan?by all pertona of billou? habit.
It Will Hblikvb tub Haby.?There in no iniit.iko
ae-ot it lit* AATsi-OW? SooTats. SVBcr fur children teething
Bot ouly relieve? th? child ftoui pain, but te-ioti?. th? ?tom? h cid
bewel?. cure? dytent.ry and iltarthe?, mftenitbt gum?, reduce? ?! in
Btminition. ?ad g.Tei re-t. I ealth aad comfort to mother and chid'
I? lapU-aaaut to ttkr, tod peifcci y late ?ni! cite?. I? girrt uuiT?r.
?al talltfeellan.
OpiVSUIi Statement.
( aaaaaB bittbb
?i VA ht?eh?a,t ?o-.t u ?7.1 A, Jited U. S. Hoipittl New?rk.
H J. ?Ti ' I curd t?Ter?l ?oidh-ri under my barg? of ob?tia?te
E?t?i ?ud Ago? ?Ich lud dnhed lot weak? the tumi lenvrdy of
Quia!??, and t?o , u wiiboii? liciittli >n ute it in ti;-ii'?r nat'
Qulaine will on ?t t iprtid. win,,. ( aiBBAB BirTtBt will thoroughly
Mallett* the diteat* fiom the tyiiem. Eor aal* by ti! Druj-iati. aud
BUk* Depot. N.. 1H l.i'iBrti.t. New York _ _
MKB'IINO "F THE I'. S. COMMISSIONERS Tt) TUB
Platt ) zroaiTio-i.
A??elini of Um Cm._ii--ii.iier. appo m~d br tl.e Pratidint, with
th* content if ti?. Semte . f ti,? Cutt ?ii Stat?, o ..It. ti ! the IT,Iver
?al Kip .uti m ?? l-ar.t la la-7, it reapwiif lly rer.?..|?. ,1 ton otto*
ef tee I 8. Agent No 40 Park lett N. A ta AAV.,..I,y the 3d ot
Oelebei neil, at 1 te ock. p u. . to ra ruina tht pre.i_rtI.iout fur th*
EllriM-tton on it.? put of the fulled Slate*
Hy raqueat of ene of th? < ,inuu<iairiB?ri.
Baw T ttfc. Ittt I le?. j i Dbbbv. : s tg*0t.
( ATARRII ' PotlTIVB Cl'BB'
AToid the dr mu ia which lii?r M?t cured ?ne re?*. AA'-n R
Pune*, Kluih : i. N. \. i,.tiu| dm-orer-d ? i'OalTITa I'litiini
(-?BB, obtain.d :i in p ai.ti?.Aafarr i "i nrrourt ri??r__i.'t? wi !
.ititfyil p?,mdi ti t,. ,ta rlhetcv EipUnatory eircnlar. on? itau.p.
OkNINS (?RAND I ALL ?PBXINO. l*"4rt,, oil ThuiV
_?y.8*Bt-IT Th? iioio*?'. goodi of P?rii ?ad domr.iir ininiifii t ire
? ontiaCini of L?d el Mlt-ri'. Boy? and Infant! HaT* ??-1 I tr?
All who dmr? tn ee-.T choice from th? moat varied tn. ritenitr?
?Martmeut wil: ft ni tie World ? Etihlom Ep oiuiieJ ?I
_ObbIB'I No -lJHro_dw?y.
MabvuisNsw Pa-nan .._??* and drt Pla*t_r
Eibb ABB KrB-1?B SiLTBB Plat? Sara* Highly oruanie-tal and
-arr.at.-t p?rf* -I y irr. Alto I barga aaiortmrnt of Kankrr? and j
Marc??au Sura*
MaaviT t Co. MS B dwty and TH Chc-tnti! it Pille.
"" KO? W.'NDOAV SHADES
and ( laanaa
Aptly tod I. .ad J B Kilt, No. 447 Bioadwiy.
AT WhOLKSA LE?CHILBBEN'. (?ENTKBL Vf AB'
BABTB? Copi-rl Til ;?- Boot! tut Shot-, Sawrd tint !'._(?..
_Bioautw _ Tbaib A.a.? ?t N. A.
Tbtaie wi... bavt lu'eu subject U. Neir?._- Headaches
far y*?r? ?rr ???? rJ to pert?, t he?;i?i by on? do** I ' f-.r*? drop?' ) of
MivoiLrr i OfBBA? ftiirraa-nc Rbbbdv. rtaancrfhtla
WlLLCOX A OlBBa SBtTINO 'Mai Hint.
? Itttr-tm ?? ??Tonp?i and lew Tab? to np ia ni? or ?au. tktn ti*
Leck-Minh ' ? { JtdoeiHep.ni at tht m*umi Puru Trial
Bend forth? ' Rrpirt tri. na.p!?a of Work contilnlug kelk klaJi of
tt-tcae? ob th* t?mr piece of gooda ?j? Brotdwty.
Thb Abm and Leo. lu- B. Frabk PA?mbb, l.i-Tl?.??
The "brail'' fi>* to to.Ti.ri. tnd low to offiecri and riTi!ie__ l.Sut
ChaXBHt ?t ! NI, li Ore?- it. Biri-.on. Aroid
rrt-dulent lailliilotj' of hi? patant?.
OtMSaTfetfTtoa treated and curiHl by Inbalatio
ni*ch?in,-?l ?pi.trrt Nerran Aff-,tn.i-i and Ornertl Deb lily
Uaalad wita 10-cai?. Dr. Lajib. No -71 Broedwir
Roon, No. 1. ?econd floor.
Tbi'sbks, f-i I'l-c.KTK-S. Muiithly and SusjH-nsory
PixBiutt tie -...i and i tirarre.t m in? woild ?ho rial?, or retail, a?
Di. -BBBwooD ?, No. -ti BroadwaT.
Da. I.AKUAYORTHY s New I'rbmidm Trcsb rliro
ratatar*? without ptiin or incon??iit?nr?. Wura? c??e? ?eli, ited. (all
Bad ?re. _ Hblbbo?.? No. 54S Broadwi-r
Thb Howe Sbwino Machines? Lot k Stiti h?
tot Eauiill*? ?? .! Mm. -actiirrri. ihr? ?re wot d rarnowne.i U??
_ Ho? a Mitmii Co.. No. '?__ Broadway New fart,
Motts ( hemical 1'omadb Heatore? (,ray Hair,
kerp? it gleit? ar.J from fal in? i,,,t, rr-ni-ii-, dti dr.ifl !..* tin??.tdrtti
I-f ated. Sold by hriMTO.? N'.. 10 Atfoi Hoot? and ?Iru^iita.
Taotaaa, E-abtio ."?H'Ckinos. Sisi-knsory Band*
tee*, SvproHTBB* te? Al ?Bia a ( o.'? Radical Cul* Trun Oflic*
?aly at No ) A,.?>-n Li.It ttlendant.
1'l.iikkA' ). L(Kk-MIT.H MBWINO-M Al HINKS? ?e.l
latha war J iLOBtsca mu?? Micaim < mri?t,
_No. -to Bread wtv
Improa r ,i M a. hines fur 1 _iJors and
Maaaacl iren (ittiiit k Bak-b ?bwib? Macbibb iob rta t.
Na ?ft* Hi--.la,,
I lliith; Sb wiso-Mach ut a Co s Lbaxhipabablb
I-x-b -?titc n ???ni, Mtiiiv .?iU<l. -H Broadway.
(?ROVER A HiKhRS B-fl-?_rr I'RkMII M KLASTIO
Ftit.'B -BWne Al*?hih for lana y ,?. No 4?AA Broadway
WiukaaB tV Wilson"! Lock-Stitch slavinq
Mtrat?,? ?ud Pttttotbol? a,h h i? No (2.A II- njwiy.
Carten Virnette, ?:! *?er doicn; DupUcates, ??_.
Al t eitti?*. r?..-. ?I ?. i lim No incbai-ua-e?. N Y
1st -.'BJ-TABobo'i DT_?-?pproTed f\v uu!\. r."iti
Kictory, Na 6 Ai?, r H
MR. BEECHER S FAIL.
T? ti? Sha? I of Tit X T. Tribune.
?.ia: Altlionizli it is dili?cnlt f??r you to find room
far communieat.ont. I mutt ?ik ?pace for a few wonlt of con
meat upon tbe recrul letter of the Rev. H. W. Hecoher I do
sot prvir-oeeto ?rroe the r?ueitio_i raine?] by thit letter, lint
? I ?a pty t ? reatrture cms frierult at a di?tanc? w^o mav fear that
tke ?lefcctit.u r.! a ? ??tor to he li ved ?i..l iiillD.-utial tiiuat ritetlt
Indica- a!e di f.Ooa aim?n* hu t>e<>ple. A? lo
thi?. toa are aware tfeat I have the meant of f >r_>jn|r, a jait
retitnate, anti I ii-.lea.eto aaiure our fntn.li lo tbe euuatry
tbtt they need have no feirt whatever upon Du? priim.
There are of ?onrie a nuuilier of centlemen in rirmonth
f'horeh wbo havt r.ner t-t-eo llepulili an?, mel ?itt.T? who
hare ?Iwayt e?U-d tbe-DRelTt-t eo_*ervative. eran ?hen Mr
Beecher waa aa avowed KadicaL Settint thett? anide, it it
perfeeilT certain that -tot on euth of the churuh i'iare in the
viewt'u.t ftprra.t-d bj t'-eir pattor. Indeed, out of ?tim?
1.700 mom'trr?, tbojt r-'?1 of t!i-?m c?ale?. I bait irooi reaaoa to
believe that lae-e are uot twentT wno htTing ever N
??ebti-an?. Dire folloard If r. Ileecbcr ia hia ehnnife of v Ita <
Oat of tome hundred? of the cont-regalion witt it lunn 1 ia
Biore or le?? ?r , tiai: tee'. Ido no1 k__ w tea who will c-bani.?
tldee thia EalL
Te aa. who leard onr piutor only tixteen montht aro declare
empTaOraliv Hat the foumlatior. ?if the Governm? ?it * ?
lud ia blood aft.n if c.uil luflrage were not e?t?oli?he?l: and
aave ainct heard ! .oi tn?i*t ?(-.?in and again that all. and nu re
?han all that Cungr??? baj Ucmtoded, m__t bo cinforcrediii the
wet? of reoonrtr.(-!lorii bit poiitlon darinf the last few
a-oatha bat h??n In o?preheuiibl?. AnJ Bow. to full now of
tbe -?-nacra at New Orleam. hit til-nee upon that point,
wkil? ir-l-niB| the policy wbick led toif.it a caine of th?
d?e-ant ti"' to ?Mir liea-ti.
rli-r?
wfe?v?rthele??. wc would net have it ?nppotcd tbtt tny of at
Mtrtoli aay fnllnt? to.ard oar pattoi incunaittent with the
peet aad bItWI"-? wt.ieh we have al way? bad for bun. We
aaa af ree to differ until b? com?? right araln ; and tboitf h we
ratrret toa Ion of in? ?errtce? to the ?-cod cutt now to en
daaa-red, it I? perh?;.? Ju?t ?? well tli.t an opportunitr ?boult!
aceer to prove thai Ply moat 1. (T -arch U t_t i_dir.au Jenl for i ?
aatialaat apon any one man. > awever beiuved aa it hat been
-flea Oioagbt te !??.
At I ?a w ring to it?um? the reaponithilily nf the attertlon
h?r? atada. I forero my own diaiike of peblioity. and ?ian tar*
?????/??* ??aaaclfitlly. Ho? (J Mir.Aaia?,
i-*ia Peri Heat. I. Ilea.
l?e?, tyou Builri e:rilvmnt5.
-mm
WEDNKSDAT, gKPTKM-tEB I?. 196?
THE EXTRA TRIBUNE FOR THE POLITICAL
CAMPAION
'I oiuei fin thre? ?Btnlhi .Si
1. -.p.?? foi thre* nioBlti?. _
-.?I "i t t >. hire month?.?J?
?41 iptia lot ?lirra ?ion".ha .H
1410 afin 11? thiee nuntin Va
Payiblr limy? ia ediBace.
Ttie ptp-ri U ha ?eui to our ?dJr-M.
AddreuTaa Tliat'BB. New Y...k City
THE TR1BVNE TRACT-i-N". I.
'l!i(.Ne-r-UrIa)d:i-.Ii:??t. In Olli mi History. We
?1 ti! ita.it t?a Tburaday, a Tract c.ot_iutntT an a ith?nti.
H.itory by official deK-u.ii-iit- ?if Hi? How Orloant Blot Trier?
Ive cant?, |30 |??r I.*-). Or'-r? a.-cor-|i?niod with th? caah
?aaa-efeleSi A tlr"-i Tim _-__tjan* St IM Nauau it New
York. ___________________
THE TRIBUSE TRACTS?NO. 2
lYumV-r two of the The Tribukb Tracts will tea
late Ifet procaeidin?? of the Houtboru Liyaltata Convention
aud will in. toady in a few daya
It < ?r.r?pa..?inn?
H? a-tla-M ?ae betaken of A.mnyino??? Onrnii<ini<?ai4in? WI it.Terl
Intended for iiitertlon umit lie eetnehti'ate- by th? Bain? mai mi
dt***ot li,? wnutr?eat ti?c??tanly lot paai?ai-ian bat at ttuir
?sly for hit tood tanti
AU butta-w let-.?? lot tun ofhct ibou.a tr? adJra***d te ' Tu? Tell
l ?> Ne- i l
VA ? cana?! ?adert-k? to n-?u,n rein-ted roreninni ali ?at
The Tribune la Leaden.
?TEVEN'" ?RrrniKM. (Ai-?n in Air-o'i h,, Li-rtrt?! trH?nriitti
?? Cn a ti II It-IB. W ( Lin A?..it? fir the ialr.it THE TKIB-NB
Th / ?ill ait- matts Saaaui'tioii and iximnann
NEWS OF THE DAY.
fuui;hin BKWB
Vi. fetrt KumtA'A.Tii Bene br the Atlaatio Cable to Ike
lltli mat. Tin. Pruferieo ('h-mber of Dtpnttea hU-tti
?poa i.'.luciUK -i<o am? i rat ">f tlio OeiaiBBtoUl l-?;tu pn>
I i l.o taken up by tho Mmtst-??r of rf-iaaee, who is
for the ?..option of lis pr >p ?st! iii tut teUf-it?, Amina
it about to dlaarin her A Ir.at; I ? ?et, and lo pul bcr army
on a peace l'ootioit;. Tlio f-riaoe Hova! of Pnitata is
spoken of as Viceroy fir th? K:iir-r"V?iii "f Hauorer.
Maximilian is oxpectoel taratara lu Karool fr'?tn Mexico
in a vo-a-l of war. Th.. P?rit It ah n.t to ?oui a Kesi
dont Miaistar n> Washa_i*4oe, aaJ the Tarklafe army la to
Ix.armed with earblnnc. ?emitoi iiiannf.i.tur-). Tho
wetherill Kui' and is OB-troi iblt lb* bitrv-.tst oparatioat,
and ?.mu?s leam .ir>? out ?it.iiiied fur tlio c-r..;is. I'L ? Oreel
t-t_it9rn ha? loft Hoart i Coutte* for Li vo "pool.
DOilKSlTC NEWS.
A ?ilver vein lia? lwren ?truck in Wos'ern Arkansaa,
which, f.r non).-tun.-, v.',l.'i *tn p<> nil? daily, and then
S exliaust-d. nt IMIBHI ar? looking tor n t-oiitin
'tih'o of tlio ?cm, vrii.-fj, f it bettered, the setel aill ka
found in f.nl? iloii-* quin*.:! ??
la ltoithefp 1 itnlilfeni t Mining nnrnpetiT has ?truck a
solid Mock of paralead, whleh la ntinataa to wei^h 13
111 ma. A number of ?thur large l?li?i?kri wero ft.uud, at a
Uetaaeoe. ii hal below th>) surfac..
lu Ch?a.?! - thaea oaie t'?u i ra tateaa ti aheleia roster
dAy, five of which were fatal. The total number of ctm
-..nit- !lio first appcariDco ol'tho di.4(A_-o la 31..
A tnas? ineetii ?r. of feofe-ien w.ib held in tho Chamlior of
('???nnierce, Milwaukee, I ut evening, for Iht pBipeai of
ib m?nil, dolt-gat??? t ? Um l'ituhiir?ih Cea rta Hak.
Th? WiscoDHtn -Lftiealt-jel uni Mcrrhiuica! A-aocii?
ti-.ii, for the exhlbitm of iteeb aa l he) becete, otn.ned it
Milwaukoe yesterday.
CITY NKW.H
A fraud of an (-'ten*.ve eha-neler, on the Oorernmt-nt.
Iiuju-it bete developed in theBrooklyn N?vy-Yard, ?huh
implicate? a New-_or_ firm of ?'ippoatsl rttpeetabillty.
It is ?ll.??T(>- thiAf t!i" Oovernnient bat beat 'lofrauded of
ever a uiillton of dollar? du-in ? the Bael I mr y bar?, barlee
iii many cutts paid tlir-o ">r tour BIMI Iht amount of
gooda anlrtte?
STOCKS AND MAKKKTS.
(iold closed yeiterday a) 14T*. after .ellina" tt liol Oovera
meut ?took?, both gol It??? ?nu?; and ctitrency iOterrit. are
?tionirer ai <l 7 30s af ?U itiuet wera taialiU al UN, lho chief
huaineat In State ?eeuritie? i? in llor.l-r St'tt? ?tirckl. which
are firm and in (roo.1 detnanl. At the tteoond Hoard th* m?r
ket waa dull and ?leady. Th.? money market la gradually
hardening;, and call loam under live per cent ara lou tra
?juenL The nipp'yvtt commercial piper u larit'ir. hut at the
uiacount ho.i?ei ttottt namet of thor. Jil" pa*! at , per stat,
and good at'lio*!! per o?nt. Exehanc? I? in acilv? "lemaod
Ihn biiainea? ?I tbe Sub Treaiury wai- Bn?lpll -
?for Cottonii. H'm i?), I'aymenu. li .-wi .'JO ._. balasce,
l?:.lll,3-l "is. Gold note?, ...ii. DO
tV On the xnstde. paces of \g It n't paper ?rill bt
found a cull far m Contrntum of Saldiert und S.iilors.
Dramatic notices: Police Reports, the RmbtU Health.
Nrtr Publications; Next-Jersey N't'i. Ctumittiti Mat?
ters, and Market Reports.
The ?South Amoricari war f-- I i-m'.-\y feppesa lo
draw near a cloae upun torni? vt-ith which I'arair'iar
will he satisfied. The feU-M harp, bay.] tBfBBt-- ?
tlefi'Ato,!, and another P letorj a tmptttmi
?a Inch io expected to lee I ofpeBSSJ
Tho Johnson State COareal
ithit-ved an organis?t OB uni adJeBraed perlwlUy tx*
litiustcU. The iiow-i ir??m Maino prov.-1 v.-ry eS-fee?
__b_f. The Platform Coiurni't.'" trill probabl y rapar!
that there h.i.iii't bet ' -itate.
The Albany Ercntn?? Journal pabUattei the t'"!lnwing
extract from a letter te a gani thal c ti - It
f.-ii"iM?ts liiecly with Qo?. Throckraorton's inus-a?fe:
"jEFrEis s Texa?. At.. Ml II
' FailND WrLL Tkll it a ?teat country. Si liri * ngKt
mry day wuk let d-d nigger,. \,u an Ott ici ilaui/bter iber*
hy tbt e-boltiale. I think in li? coorie of a ."W yean wa will
have a white -ettlemeut. '1 eil your father-:u I tw'l am makins
a*?a-d ate of the revolver he irive _.?.
?? Your? truly, E. t u
Mr. Harlburt mt The Morid, at a recent public din?
ner in Canaria, in reply to the toast "Oar Fnciuls OB
the south side of the line?," saul that "It was th_
Pairans of Ireland, not the intellig.-nt imiss, who be?
lieved th.it Knttlaiid Ofpfieied tLt-:ii. Tho l.'uited
State-i wmild not be bullied into helping the Ft
niau?." Thus the Deiuocr t*? who have begged the
Irish vote for se? many y.-ir? now give the fir?t move?
ment for Iri-ih freedom such aboee as Ihil ' 'Tis an
ungrateful worlil.
Mr. Finncfrock, one of Mr. fehBees'l ne*x Tri.-mis
in Ohio, and candidate for Congre.-..-? ia the l\*h l>i
trict, made this appeal during the war: ''PijajO
tnq yonr-elve??. Co armed to the polls. Ke.-i-t
the draft, for If blood is to be ihed, it might a?t well
be shed in Sandusky CoOBtj* a? in Abo Lincoln's
slaughter-pen-?." Ca:. any niic i:if..rin u? of a ainirle
('.??>l?<-rhead who talked in this way oi Mr. LioBOla
a?ho does not now hurrah f.. Jehseec I
K:tthu-iii-?tic receptions were given to the So'Hhern
Loyalists last evening. Pit mouth Chun li tia?
crowded, and in addition to the imnu-n.-e meeting in
the Oeopet ln-ntnte, one equally as large wa- held in
the open air. I!ov. HmwiiIo***, Senator-? Fouler and
*, Ma;. : ard, N'oko-, M'.--, f-'nl "Wilmar!-,
'A?-r?j among the .peaker". and i-l."|'ii-ntly
narrated the WISBfl the loyal men of the Boiith en?
dure, (...v. Huniilti'Ti'? bearaeMei unfort'inatfly ?.re
vented him from .?peaking. At Plymouth Cli?r.!. |
dispatch of roii_:atulat:oii from Mr. lk'tviie-r wai un
expeetedlr receircil. AVe present fe full report of
each ol the meeting?.
Let_?-,h_turi? of \?'v?-Jersey yo?t?'rdav r.i?licd
tho C?n.?titutior,al Abn?H_BMI M lar as the BoBM i
::iod, and ?>iss?-?3 it toa third reading in the
Senate, where it was stubbornly fought, but ill ti??*
Republican Unionists ?tood shoulder to shoulder, and
their one majority, including Mr. Scovel, proved suffi
? The ratification will be ->er.o-tfcd forthwith?
perhapi to-daj*.
Ko other business is to be taken up but the choico
of a X7, 8. Senator, which cannot be made till next
T'-i-day. The lion. Alex. G, Cattell of Camdou will
then doubtle.-t be chosen.
The call for a State Convention of soldiers and
sailors o[.]rOted to Mr. Johnson's policy, to meet tt
Syracuse, which wa print to-day, is signed by two
columns of names, representing evtry regiment which
lelt the Slate to habt for the Union. Uau.ostrune.lr
the7 tTp?*?ak fur tho gtvAl majority of their comrade*,
ai ?re i'"'iiiJ not ask a better HfVUJ far the .uccoas
of our ciurio at the poll? (hil tia- injoraomcut >f the
Army And Navy. Throughou' the ?sr the iel it?n?'
vol?? w..? ovorwholmiiigly cast again.t the paaBoy
winch Mr Johnson now uphold?, and tho hjmbl Ml
corporal who now remains true to lu? priaeiplaa ?JO
which Ihn war was fought shamed the Pr?sident, wh?>
betr?ye them. ^^^^^^^^^^^
Aa surely ?as tho Rabel Status should obtain n-pre
seutation unconditionally in Congress, would ."-lavery
bo virtually reestablished I Already Johnson's patty
begins to make emancipati'tn a farce. In Alabama, a
few dava ago, two negroes werri sold into R.avury far
tiiey had incurred before tho war.amounting in ?II
to $1:'?. It id useless to attempt to eiplaiu aw ty this
slave-dealing into a milder punislimenf, for one ot
thoaO froedmou was bought for $6<l0 and the ethel tot
%"7 '?0. Men do not spend such amounts of mu??'.'
without making the investmont pay, and the Helling of
freodmen for petty debts, with tia-, pr*codctit, will,
nnless the "Government interf?res, becotii? ominan
throughout the South.
One ol the moat ?painful tasks that could bo given
to Mr. Beecher would bo the careful noading of bia
own sermons. How shocked he would bo to find in
the volume for 1HC4 such passages aa these:
"I?!' party tkatptmilt react I? corni until lacy kari let li'ti
linnet of irdif nation on Iklt tnfamoni Karand inf.tmiui tnoi ><t.
mill tiernirlr'i be guilty of thal mar and thal trenton. And when
peace ii made we oioao that all rations shall understand baw
hateful unjust r?bellion Is, and how despicable oo eait'i amni?.'
mon. and tn hell among tkt lamntd, s.e tbooe wbo tunnel! a
nation with bl k>i| and revolution. Wen? you can do what >"??'
you oitultl not bare done. Once you would hero sacrificed the
Constitution if you bad meddled with the loyal institut; an? of
the States, bat wheo hy their own sot it? .??-tci ?a?? put them
iitnei btiend the pale of thi Cor.ilitution and tit prreiltgt*. and
broken it, and we aro obi fed to go io with the hand of an
tbority ?ad penalty, then we can do ?nd ????? do, ?e-I a ?t a
SriSss ""t io rio whait loo years ago It would have beso ? orliuo
to b?ve done."
In comparing his recent letters with the?_o bold
word? who wili not feel sail at heart to think how
easily the preacher hud forgotten his own preaching.
t
MAINE.
The State of Mah-ik is so belted by Q_fe_?ho_eea
along its thousand miles of frontier, and so permeated
by rovontio officers, open and secret, of overy earl an?l
fashion, that we Bnpposod the dispensers of Kx
ecutivo luanna could not fail to gain on us in
this week's olection. Of their fire, can li lu'??s
for Cougrtjs?, four had boon Republicans; the
Republican office-holders voted with halters
round their necks, while the Copperheads wen? stim?
ulated by the piospoet of earning a custom-hou-vo
berth each and another for their children. Never
before had a minority so fair a chance to maka sweep?
ing gains as had tho Johnsointos of Maine in (heir
lato contest. And (not reflecting that Montgom<Ty
Blair bid boon helping us thereby making Johnson
*po?*che?) w?? did believe that they would reduc?' ?air
majority of last year by several thousands.
Yot they are bea?on as never Min?nat merely
l'? i "ii, lait routed. It is a regular Appomatto?. The
Governor, by nearly :t4),iMX> majority?all fivo l.??|_r?
?eiitttives in Congress by majorities of ?,..0<i and up?
ward?all thirty!.Jouatars?seven-eighths of tho BttMM
ami a moral certainty that Hannibal Hamlin will
bo returned ts? the Cuitad BMftM Suato for six years
from the tth of March next?su. h ara tim trophies of
a victory rarely exceeded in completeness or.iti im?
portance. Tho roto is heavier than that cast for
I'rasi'letit in MM, and the majority at least Ten
Thoutand larger tbati Lincoln's over McClellau.
\V1? it moro could be a?ked f
"Maiue has settled the Boundary Question bet ween
Lihaftj ml l???p''ti?in." said Judah Hammond, an
unuii.'iiiii tia- r.r-'ilt af her el., ti'iti twenty-six years
ago. She has now-.?'ti rd, by an overwhelming nu
jirity. the drift of tlia popular current, rin?l rendered
ii morally certain that J ihusonisiu will lind no ark of
refuten ?n any of the loyal St.c
Let it nut bo forgotten that the ...?publican tri?
umph in Maine ha? ba?n achieved by w.ibk. Barely.
if ever before, wa- tho S'-it,- M ?veil canvassed a? this
year; levar erase the eiT?>rt?) of tlie tra.? la
tuoro systematic, p_r??i?tenl in?! effective. By pub?
lications led spffihfs, the pfttplo have been
thon.'./My eohghteoed; by (irganiiiitiiiii and ellurt,
Die la?.gai ii have been brought to tia? polls. Our
Mandi lall :ie have tnunipli'il laibly, be? .ni*?'they
.'lily -.ought and dc*??rv? | MMMB Let the
leesoB be everywhere noted und heeded.
JOSEPH HOLT?Jil TERSOS DA! IS-SAX
FORD CONOi I /-'
Judire-AdvOeale-Ueneril Hdt lia- palih.hed,
IhrOBfb The Chronicle (WllhiBftlM) ?ill?! ?li paiuplilct,
a " Vindication of JadfB-AdvoaaB (i- atna] Holt from
I Bal Sic, lees of Traitor?, Ctn.t.--.. d lVrjiir-r?,
and Suborner-, acting in the inter?s?, of .Fef.ir-T.ii
Davie." Ia -" t?ir ii?, it contilies it.-i If to it.? jirtipt-r
ivurk, we dt?(Tii this Vindication c?aiipli-t?'. (icn.
Bait WBI '!;?i><'il by the arch villain \?ho ?ailed him?
self Sanford Conover, as other.? .?.ul inca bifore
lum. In-ceivcd by Counter's li"?, la- g.r.<* that lOOOB?
drei credence ami money ula, li Bight bave ian
bettet bectowed. ('?aiovi-r. iii ?- _ypevtedi suborned
other villains to commit perjuries contirmatory ni I
own??ill ol them received and laniedillll in;
good faith by Jinlgc Holt: but, wlii-n the House C?mi
? proceeded to laveetigate then, boom 'ot the
-"?iiiliil-lllll'l lia ?ii? rccilliteil ?lilli colilce.-eil mmwW |" f
jarv; whereupon Conover, though he stout.?., nit? r
.' ! i : toad bj his original aiipo-tar'-. -??ai took
' ?.. t'.i-.oii !u v.misil, aad li.i? .?ititi- remained mvi-ibli-.
Of co'ir-.e, lu.? whole fabric of villainy bill to the
grouial.
?Sit h are the material In'? in UM i a-o; and they
nowise impeach the integrity of Judge Holt, HlVM
-iiiiply the vii tim of mi litre mu- MMBBdlwl. B'lt
the Vindication proceed.? to POJ thlt
"Thoendeivor of the oompiratori :o |TCtcM l??n- BsM
1 the chsrge of cnmji'icity in tin- hsss.hi.bI' ,n of i'reailent
: I.inc.In innsl be vain. It is true that that BCftMa M
i t! a te?taiiiiiiy aioaC-l lorwar.i by Conoid ? et ||
' (li?cr,dited, ?Iel ti.e .'?"n.N.'l Davis talk? coafuiioe u.ieed
by their oitfij sitan.?t the Judge -Advocate Hen? r I. ?ni.Id
!a?ei! ?i,itlerst.....I (Iel t - .- Iel .1 te.ti
idou? ii(?.n which ti.e nlurcri-i? tiaret! lint in p ..ul ,.! la,I it
is bu! one brau.-n of Ihe body of Moof vthieh has act BBoUtec
latbeacca leece before the prodnction of tac tcotlasocy ia
a a tribunal, corono?'?1 if cflecsaM t!> first rank and
iiiieUigt?tf. kal, ??r.cr tis.- felled n ?mi ayou
j" ?a vsiiiiT, hai not beCB, and, it is bein???!, cauoot be
ecssHett proa sea? d fe bead ?-f tLc li kcUiea itui'iy I
of Hie t nun' wbtcl crowned Ita :nf?ii.?tii< I
tory. Sine? then other and ei|ui?!!y reliable eiidesie hai i
?t!. ind ti.? Jutlli; ?ny ' ..naiitttei-of the House of
?i r itivei in n | M SSt firth, hat C de.'Islet!, !
upon an'X'lii luticn of this nnd I , r.?t,f?, ead St? i
eluding from their liCBSldfialtoil that BOC ?11 ?. rcditid, thai I
'than sa*etebclMvetkal ae?DerWws
t?? the M ??ure? wliicli ?ad tu tie coti.iriie'iiii of ti.
. it mn.?? .-r ti
fnl and ?uval in-ii tlirntiijlieii't " i ii C11 a "?
sre astureil. I* eesM lb? ds lbs rat? ?cfui na ? ' I : tor Ami
tt-? |.r ?lent Httcm.'? to do away wr.li tLe |mlgiaeat wkick ii?
kasetlayaa DevB ?? aa aaseei s bj ?.?i. i.? loaaas
the ai.iiievMi'ii ihm that judgrn ? ? i NI ?rpely !
I ?i|?ni the the teatltnoriy and. e.l 'i Conover, and ,
i thui latccfCac a al ul ?t ilou'a aud aaoertaiaty infere the
' ma-? ni ?iro'if wLicli reiiiitin? min; (?rat te ti, in,.: ?en'.
1 ?'isdell, b" readily i 1 it.i! ??'?ii?!.!" ?sposed
i ?tid denounced. We an.r ;?. as ?aa COBelodfng r?'ti.nik. tkal
? ibu judgment, Iori: ?ince loimcd is lu?e.l in no
? teetimiii v ?T 1.1, was set 11 ?
. discredited, liut tina it hu? I O?CVl- ;
i ?letace, documeiitarv and otbcrwlcc ?n lbs poOBSOSIOC at tbc
d ?emmet.!, wiliii. tis? iel b?t"0 MBtrovartcd. bel I
?laalirig ?? it doe?. ii.t?ct, po ?a? to Pa? Is, as levctved M Iba !
I a*isssiiiition of the Pisswuit. aitb 'tbs slow ur.
. flDger ' of aiMi?Jerciiati i, t, :uor? hoaei
', or lianiie, of traitors and llu.r sjraipetl ? ? kaki o? i
dutarb.
? Bl i.tii.? ?..ive . ' ! ?
dent Jt'hnMin oflir?-?! ali?!.'??? !?'rt'?? :r- I
son I?avis Dfl a charge ?a oompli?.:. D Pn Uli el Lin?
coin's murder?a charge l.i-ed, saul tLe I'.oi.ama
lion, "on evidence note in the pi>?-?"?ri<ai of the I ?
read of Military Jueticc" ol Holt 1- ti I
head. Sanford Com ver and Ins .-ubi ?Hain? fun
no part of that evidence. Davis has bf-cn over six?
teen months a prisoner awaiting trial under this
charge. Why n a? not tried ' If innocent, he is
foully wronged; if guilty, justice is grossly el.?
C. C. Clay, likewise charged and arresuil. has _m?oii
I liberated without bail. What rea be the reason why I
Darli ii not triod er the thargo af t-waisination re?
tracted '
ABOUT JACKASSES.
A i, i i ?peadeat lately eeat as m Madeaaau
-.???y. latO-ded to ?how t'i i' 'h-' V.4 was once held in
high esteem for Inn wi-dom. which was count? 1 I
gii'-il lhat many nation, felt -hoy coull not onp..'??
ih.'ir *-nse ot it sli.?rt of p tying the b<Ast divino
honor. Tha' th?-y ?lid so, our correspondent'.
Iff? no shadow of doubt on thcuuind of tho adventur-'
dus Bw-SBB who waded'hro'i ?lut?lone list of cuiiniit
from anciout wri-cr?; but why they did M, th.-learned
pundit left unanswered. Whether the banian race
was. a' in eirly p.-riod, when ?nil in a state of child?
ish innocence, profoundly ntruok w,th tlio tremendous
length of Ja? k's ear?, and looked upon them a-fun?
nels for the reception ol' all the wisdom uttered within
the radius of the horizon; whether the bland et-.-??-.
sion of hi* countenance .-?U-ji k our forefather Adam at
indicative of an intelligence that, haviug weighed
creation, is uot to bu B-teaaSfeBi not disturbed at any?
thing that may happen; or, whether ita resolute way
of planting its foro feet like a rock, when it ha-, once
determined lo pursue a certain policy, aud refusing to
b i Ige for any amount of blows or blandishment, con?
vinced Um first of the race tbat tried to make bim of
service, that a bca.?t that understood so well what he
wanted, ami valued hi? own opinion .so highly, mint
be a boing of superior power; whether one or all of
these reasons combined had weight to ground human
beings in A belief of his extraordinary intelligence,
and to indu o tlieni to honor him with their Mt, we
cannot tell. Our correspondent, who seems to know
everything, is dum', on the subject, and we are loft t"
our own resource, fir an answer.
Hut, whatever the reason may bo, we may con?
sider the lads a? settled. 'Hie a.sa appears to have
risen from one station of tnut and n-.p<>u-ibility to
another, until at lon-rth hu attained to tho highc-a
ponition which it wa? in the power of the people to
bostow. He be? um* fin. recipient of divine honors.
Knthroned in the temple, ho ate tho .holen! proven?
der. Hay th*t hail grown on the ?lopin of tho sacred
mountain wv. cut with golden sickle- by virgin
preste**??, for his peculiar eating; three day? in the
week ho bad cakes of barley meal mixed with honey,
and three days' cakei- of oatmeal mixed with attar of
rWM| tbl prattle?*! waiter girls supplied lum with un?
failing lagor; he wa* shaiiijMKietl III innes a day;
his teeth were (leaned with the sorodont of the period ;
his shoes were blacked by slaves who wore in n..
hurry to get at another cu.itomor; while the High
Priostes? hetaatf continually sang to bim?
" Come tit the? down upon tim flowery bed
Wini,' I il.y amiable cheeki do coy.
At.T iliolc muk !????* ia thy fair, Uri? lead,
And kit? thy fair, latB? earl my gei.ll"> j >y."
To which blanishing ?train, whatever might 1? M?
njcret inclination for a very different ?ort of treat?
ment, the prudent animal carefully abstained from
miking any reply whatever. Thus, living in clover
within the temple, the treatment outside of if be?
stowed upon all the creatures of his kind waa corre?
spondent. Nothing was too g?M>d for them. I hey
were the BBSSSfl bearii for kings, princes, priests and
prophets t<> rule, and they appear to hare had I goml
tim?- of it on the whole. The lK?at of food, housings
?f purple .uni ??nth ol' gold, nets of pure Nile flax
studded with jew el?, in th -tune, silver ?Inn- -, and bells
of surer and gold?whatever could make the l>cast
happy was given it, when he brayed, nil the. people
foil flat, ami ate dirt a? ii it were bread-and-butter;
when In- .?'Ulk out his fore tee! UM) ??.uie.lt" say'
" This is my *?olicy," all tho tribes met in Conventnm
and applauded his firmness and res?.I tit ion as little
?hort oi du ino. Kveti va hon ihr- brute i?i bim mani?
fested itseli? tint there were some people alllOWil
enough to see ttutt. ni spit,- ni hi.? office, ho wa-? a
brute, and a mean one, to ??and when he would kick
out his hind feet at the \i'ry ?.pla aa ho bul lad him,
and clot-ted bun. and lift?*d him Bf trom ?he Is? pa?
rution in whu li lie wa? born, to tho high one In?
filled with suth ludieron? gravity?when, striking
out, right and left, he killed bete and manned there?
??leu tlii-n, the iiukill.il and Hie ullin.timed (ried
"II..?anna'" and ate the dirt he Mattend, Bl ii it
weie inore hri-itd-auil-buttci- than . I
And thus things went on lor a Ion., long while,
and the a-s became a tn-iiiendotis power. Hut, at
l.-ngth, one BBS made a Mudec Ilitli.ut", no mem?
ber ol the I Uni ?y had ev-r spoken I wo-tI. Tln-y hail
in ide their way by pr.;??-r\ tBf a i\<?? MM silence, and
letting tlnir long >a--, theil - Igt taro, and their d>
termination, do the bosun-?., lor th. Whether this
was ni BOMBBtj-Tit.I fe eil tr undi r?! uulm' on their
part ol what wo ild iMTitabl* lu- the ,11 -. t ut mt ,,(1.
?Milite polity, a? it is boll' ved fe" the tn-groes to I.ii
the part ni the monkeys, who, though -???:t'l-.-Tiy able
IB talk, presen?) It uti." li .-"letlre, le?! lilell ?ht.'.lld
make them work, if oin ? it were kin.'., n??>r whether
es AAi-r?' dun.I. beean??! they r.-ally Lad nothing
to ,n, ?nu never be ?lclertilineil. Ass?-? lit A ?* Written
autobiographies and fa terrien, bul tri hare Matched
tin-in in vain lor a r.-xil'ition ol' the. ?iithYulty. For
whatever canee, howovtr. thia ?eag iHenea mt
-.-.'??I, then i .lili'- i .lay wben ii wa brohea. I
learned are in doubt as to what a-s tint ?poke; but
BBI Holy Scriptures, wii.ch have put mi niau*.
Bfelfet Bt'fehle in any other n- ord, donn in black
and white, have bit n. doilht mi the M
rjoaafhla, Wa us then ?l.-trly laforawd
the great, blunderer wa? Halnntn's a-- lb
opt-n.-d h,s mouth i.i.tl ipoke. And it was. fe sail
mi-take, and provetl the r ?B ol' hil tribe. Sime thal
day, as everybody knows. thSBSSM 0. Ha ha? bean
held in dien -pute. To t.iil a mau " ?m a--." is an :;:
tait not Hghtljf to ha home. Kv-nm the bate
? raten Keith, aa lu -.1 known, there are BO
-.'. ntii'uieu, a tit mi who has bees arittea doam ia
a."-ir not routent lill he li i? t died tin- ofleaaa-i bad
-in reply; lu.t in tbl gallant Hld . hivuln. li
Southron land, tie tbl de el feetif. .'.?>!,,e- "li;.
gue, and c.Tv.il.i tri erith Uood of the pur? ? P ?
bino?there, to call B n uri an feel, i- to ive. ive an m;.
n..-iiitia aadpeianptorj laritation t<> permit biaito
Ip !1 your blood til." ij.ii a bullet holt lu ?titi a lot}
hilen the Utttj I 9mmt of ? atme tb tt oat i wai?
mundill thel"*nl !n>iii.t_coi tin-BBiretaalbaseas :
And ill tot a -pet. , loag-eart*-.
It i?.-, with I. s -i, ?,.; ubi ??,
tour bray, vu- feble to make peuple believe he
Wtt li to preside utt-r t?iem. to I g ;.- ? t ?apt-tin, and
'lu- ( '.i-i'.-iiii ni tu. ir Capta.ti-, tu -et un and tO pall
?I?.a i. U> binl aid ti leo-??.i ?.Bgil -pi ???- li ?atnl ii
:? tolu; i'i'inarketl mat, win m ver the BM <[??.-:
Ihiag -o thal .ill In- many
-p.-.-t he- ili.tv co Ii T uin?a b _M Mttl-d
r. Il m nothiag to the purpu-?-.
?
l.ijfin-st ? I. .in, ?.!,' litt .i thal lo) only
- -li.'iin d ahea they hear '
n. It ia a thal thtvt i.y ta ?
Em th.-ir 1-iiatu.i'iu!,. . ia rahi
de t;..-v plead tb i th ra I EiB| belog
(liad?a lune Ail,t.?e kni.iiin -? there aa
d pnLiag?thii ely In,!, i j ,;,,, taree jnei.
? think bl ' di.i.l
i r, ead n g..i ii,,, piaai hr dis- I
! . tbej t.y t.. i .?ii?, in.,- ai that, by
nu un:t? rat, ahiahj el aa uncommon po
: Avi'h hi- bran in ti,id t.l Limey,
Ii '? ii:-.- , t" "I ii ad. r . I ' ? Les insi-t- that if
tbl old p.- llrfa 'I. ? larc?', " truth in
? .* in. IBM truth in whuky, and that,
?"??Ai"., i .til.iitiii.!?'.- thc-e uitiuaiit M may be. Lou
ever luiv. haaSIS* ' ' m . Itfewt however rufOatily, they
still come oit el the a-s s own nature, and
represent him with unerring truth. It .ecms
!l pity, at lirst Ub-Bb, that tho original ass
"hould ( ver ban betrayed hi? race by tho utter
iiiR of that untimely sratitea. h ; but, after all, is it not
better that we ?Jiotild hare ?jorno infalliblo wav of
knowing an a?s, wh?n Wa m?et bim I And. beside,
(hough wha' he sues bejdMagn nable, as Gad know? it
?.. what he da ??> i ? ??' l'r. m ?i importance, ami wheu
an ass sp??aks to us let us remorab?*r that wo have
good authority for believing that, "out of the
abundance of the hurt Hil mouth speaketb," and
take good heed that in futuro wc have our speech
before, rather than after, the election is maJo.
TA. IV. F. Time* thus speaks ol' tho vote of Con?
gre-? ?mreaning the pay of its Member?:
" Th? extra I..O-? wa? ueeded Ut ?oenro their IcMiCt-?B.
Rael) Member has that ?mo eura, to be devot**! to this speelle
purpose The Killie ti Member? ?re thai put la p<Mte?aisin o' ?
?'mud corruption fund, ?mounting to something orer $3?X?,0?A),
taken directly out of the ptiolio tresiury. and dutributod
among the m?mber?-*earty every one of whom it to be ? can?
didate fa? 1-eMeetMe*, It wai proclaimed belora the ?es* ion
closed that Cong.*** must lie iniiaintd by the re?loctnin of it?
pr-esent members, ft it now clesr that this incresseof p?y
w?* oao of th? practical meeson*? by which this result M to be
brought about,"
?All which impels us to ask.
I. Has tho Kditorof The Tima taken " the extra
i-l.lHJ.) '"
?_. Does beor does ho not presume that he will
need it lo sacare his leMeetiea '
3, Dara ho let his readers know that tho proposi?
tion to increase the pay of Congress waa moved la
the House by Mr. Nibl.ick ti Ind., an?l m th?. S.ant?'
by Mr. Hiddle of Del.?two bitter Copperheads?
4. Dare be lot them know that, while a larg?' it i
jontv "f UM Democrats li the Hou.sa voted for the
increase, a majority of the Republicana voted against
it?
r?. What did he do, or try te do, to prevent thiiT
increase of pay I
(I. What Democrat.?, if any, have tointoa tho oxtra
pay I
?Lot us have light '
The Erenmg Pott and The Times both se?'k to iden?
tify TnK TbXBBBI with tho peculiar views ol' Thad?
den.? Steven.?, well knowing thad we differ widely.
Mr Steven-, would coutiscate the property of the moro
prominent Rebel?, or a part ol'it; wo desiro Universal
Amuesty with Impartial Suffragp. But Mr. Stevens
ia so able, honest and fearless in his championship of
K??ual Rights and K(|iial Lawn that we can admins and
houor bim while dissenting from cortaiu of his
opinions. ?
So much for Mr. Stevens; and now wo reiterate our
rei|u?'at that The Pott shall ?tate distinctly whether it
approves in MEalBBM of the resolves of the late Rc
piiblicau-l'iiion State Convention at Syracuse, espe?
cially of that one which prescribes the terms of rc.an
slnictiou ' Docs it or ?Jen it not favor a ratification
of tho pending Constitutional Amendment by the
next loCgislature of our State I And d?i*?s it or dooa it
not desire the reolectiou ol' Gov. Fonton? Will it
answer T _________________.
Mr. Blair doe-, not seem to have frightened Boston
by his threat of a new civil war. lu reply to his
assertion that the .South would not endure exclusion,
The Journal cnergetuully "bogs leave to tell him"
that it is too late to crack the plantation whip at the
North; thal the South had to submit, that it ?loes
submit, and that it will be ground into the earth if it
attempts to rebel again. Mr. Blair will discover in
duo time that the day for bullying tho Free States has
gone past, never to return. The whip was potent
hare ?MM, even at a threat, large classes of our
|M?ople would Ikiw the knee to the pro-Slavery Baal;
I but, its the French ouvrier shouted after Louis
1 I'hillippe's fall, "c'est trop tard" to revive th" tradi
I tiona of the old regime t?)-day. Such attempts will
? only serve to arouse a ?pint of just indignation, whose
I fruits the authors will be the first to reap.
Montgomery Blair, in hi? ?t-trni-li at llo-a,??. unin?
tentionally obtained the entire approval of his Re*
publican ?I'lditora by an apt historical parallel, not
wholly aflat- the manner of Plutarch, but good enough
and true enough for all that. Ho spoke of the differ?
ent methods adopted by Jackson and by Buchanan
toward the Southern Se? .?ssiouisLs. Jackson threw a
tboiihand men iuto Fort Moultrie; ho issued a warn
ing proclamation; he declared that he would lead
Federal troops agaiia-t tiath in person; he threatened
to hang every traitor whom he caught in ann?. " Bnt
how ditfuront now?how different now." exclaimed
Blair. ?Y roar ol' laughter showed thal tha R. publicans
appreciated the ejaculation. The unfortunate speaker
> then tried to ?hange his phraseology; but his correc?
tions l'ailed !" make .i? strong an impre_?N
! original remark.
_________________
The N. Y Times, in commending the ia*.- M
Qev. OlT, pro-iosing that Civil Rights shall be
accorded by South Carolina to uegroeg, sees it to say
! that
"In oilier? of the Scotters Melee, m ton has bees taken
looking t?) ?he sam? result till civil righi? are aceorded to
. the n.frtllichucd ?lave?; prirnvm li m?,li for tklir tdueation.
?Will The linns ?ht lan ulai States Lace accorded
| " full civil right.-?" to the fro? ihnen ! and will it cite
the act-or patt.? ol' act.? whereby ' provision is made
for theil education '"
The Ermmg Po-r ip_ ii.? ol' Mr. lind, y M "asi-1:'
?pjM :.*. .1 negotiator la Canada*?knowing well that
' the fact i? not mi?th.i* |ff. Greeta* was not only
? ti Kilgin by PreeideBt Lincoln, bit sent sorely
?gaiBlt Mr. (i's will and iii sa.te of his earnest re
laon-trance. But wha? c in ? The Post for truth I
-
A N'-'v-Kiigiand Temp?rance Conveiifion will tV
M?Me II Tremont Temple, Boston, at I" a. iii. of
' Weihi' ? ' ? bar ii.
The t'oiiimi?.?io!ier ol' Ten-ions has nllre..?,-,! to all
, tbaPeaataa Agent? ? MieaMi directing their ?Mention to
tho??. taaistti the Pension Act approve 1 Juin? ?;, |_M| which
irov.ile? Dist no clsim ?gent nr other per.on shsll receive
i wore Huh .'ici *.? f r preparing tl.e papers n.-ceisarv to ena
I !?? a I'.-iai.n r t.? receive a lin.t-.innual payment of his pen
-:. i , mi?! tnat no ?-eiu.on agent ?lull re?oive more than 1'
r adinaiisteiTig un oath lu a pentionor or his attorney,
in fuel under ? penalti of *.'s. l'ensii.n .iirent? are instruite I
..-i ii.? in.? ??"?.a ct ti is -? tleatbtf will not bo re?
united to n cder gratalMtM aarvlcca ?u the preparation of
?"in!. ; - ? ii. , ill .1 sat : '"ii, ih sad assistance
j they are lu no en?.? to rt-t elvo or permit ni.v person in their
eatploj to reccivs more Maa U eeaM for ?reparaig the vouch.*
j crs and ?raumii.tt...". the eeyaeCBL ?a for any other service?
relative thent . Bleep! t!.e tre-enbed Bl ef !.'? conti for sd
i ?lalatarlae ile ?? eaeau) ???t
It.hu? been the practice in ?nine of the Internal
' lit venue D.r'nr's for Assriiori to allow brewer? not to in
I clnde louie beer ;n their roinrm? but under the new law re
'i'. ung ail ?.-?ski to lie stumped before remuai i ?diii the
inner?. Ile CcaaaaMeieaae baa lecktaatlatac aleveaee
?vid be made for beer that becom?? sour after the cask baa
lini'it! 'I'm-discouiit of lj |mt cent made to brewer?
on purchasing ?Una a wa? in'cru!. .
HCIClMag .li?:!!, nt sa lise UM new International
Ki leini" Law hare been pre-ar-il mid ?ill lu d:?:ulai,ed in a
be di??
?iii '.(?ip.'. 01 HI kio IBIBBB.
li iiriiiaiioii i?' rct'lved it theTr.a_,uiy DcpaillUCII
ri'?|.cctings.per?tioii?s.?init smuggling on the Kio (.
ant! the ni'ithern iroutier. a ti ti that the officers aro efficient
?ni ?re making tminj seuurt ? Odd smuggling trar.?.
''.en Int.nulli lo ligU m Diary inriam e.. ?r?| the
?muggler? ..im.elled to pay UM lath ? N tim [C
Di?Ti?i',i*is!iK!) His.-iA.v Visitons IV Nkvv foBB,
-The Kasiian IT Ince Nichol t?, who hist week vuited '. ?
Hall, where te wa? eo'irtouily reeei?.?d by 111. Beam M nor
IIi.rTtnsn, still eoatlnocs at the Clarendon Hotel, where at?
gant spartment? sr? furnished Mm. ii? has been lately Joined
hv lUr.ni Stoeokl. the Russian Minist? r fiom Washington, and
hu tntttlj, with whom be appears qalte st home. Priuee
Nicholas ?nd tho Minister Iinvc? visited the I'?astral I" irk snd
other places of recreative psaume in the metropolis. II.? lu?
now been almost a month in X, w York and ha? m.t as ral
eipreiied an?/desire to leave It la ,.?tcd that dining th.
present month he will pay a viiit to tho Consulate OcacraJ.
premises in Kachsnge place, where he will I.? received bt
B?ron (>?t?n??ckeD, the Kuhium Cotuu! (ian -ral. aud K
Bcbalua, W?? the Vioe Couti.! lie SMCMS delermi ,. 1 !?
mo ill tho place? of ontert?:nnn'iit iii |be ally cal ?u'a.rbt
lteforw lia depart? for dome, ?nd will be attended ny li iron
St.xx-kl until that time. The Karoo appear? lu be a great fs
yoriu with the Prmoe, ?al is ? gcelieui.ii of rou..d Ust?
?Mid peUsUe?! igaoatr?.
ELECTION INTELLIGENCE.
MUNT.
TUB MAJ'lIITT TtT.BTT TH )*JSAII).
?.????clal Dtspalclt to The N Y. Tri!, s ?
A'Jiil'sra. Ms.. Taoadey. Sept. II. I*W.
Ful'.or retur~e largwly Dcrease th?i Union majority ia
this Rute. It will ra?oli TniBTT Tbousabd, anl ?lie
closest Coagreasional district ia came?! by Forra Tu ?a.
sann. Our majority is vastly lir^nr thaff ever w._s gsnml
in Main? bef.ro by any party, and is uearly ?lwuble tee
average Union majority of lae, pnat your*!
Jsmrs O Bi am. Chairman Culoo Sute Cea. Cos?.
KKNTCCKY.
OFFICIAL VOT8 FOR OLBaK Or* TUB COt'BT OP AP
fSAII
1'n'ltf. Hob?i?o Dttyi'' DsaaMll Hab??? I? in I
Adair. c7 . .">.'?'.,Kenton.I.^Jri B.4K1
Anderson? SBk? W3?Knox. ..?<?. ' -..
Allen. 47'ai 7?lLeroe. r?:t?4 m#
Ball. 71'tH '.?.'.a,Logan. 668 I,7u6
Hoyle. 316 KI.'.,I.nur,; 1. m i',j
Boyd. iiOl S?tlLaarnnoe. (..M i>4
Bracken. 7.1.1 I,*? Le wie. 912 TM
Bnatlntt.Letcher.
Bulli'.t. :i?i7 73?? Lincoln. K9 -i
Butler. 75, :>.?. Livii:g.-.tou ... l61 7S6
Barren. 70*. I,.'.!.'? Lvon. You I
Ballard. 145 1.868) Mason.\,Ml I.7M
Bolirbou. a?'? 1,317 Magoffin. i.*) TV
Breckiuridge. 811 1,Iii.. Morgan. 197 646
Boono. 369 I,!??!Metcalf. WM 4,tJ
Callow??,*.... l-:; 1.11.9 McLean. 4."_6 .v.?
Campbell.. ..1,OH l,--:? Marshall. 179 99J
CaUK. ?*?'.) 47'? Madison.I,ij?i7 1,3*1
Clinton. :-71 .'.-Marion. 410 l.-?7l
Cumberland.. 284 394 Men-?-.. 72.? l.ifjsl
Caldwell. 47*2 __U7,Mentgomerr.? Ml 753
Clark. 4):i '.'.?i Monroe..".
Christian.... **i 1,2*7 Mccracken... 3?7 1,096
Casey. f?7:? ??-I Mernie. l.'.'J 90%
Clay. 001 ??M:: .Muhleuburg.. 696 H<J
Crittenden.. 471 21?.' Nelson. 171 1,314
Carroll. lbs 7-V. Vicho] 1?. 4?? 1,116
Davies.. ?195 1,95] Ohio. 86? I,?>rT
Kstill . Ml 500, Oldham. infi 6X3
Kdinonson ... I'.-?.'? 24'.? Owsley. 690 ?44
Fayette. ?-24 1,769 Owen. 211 2.274
Floyd. 19(1 -2il lVrry.
Fulton. It-1 ?"?*-' Tike. 47.5 497
rieiniig .989 1,153 Pulacki.1,377 rsH
Fiaiiklin. -r>34 i,27.5?Poiid.eton.... 877 I.SB9
(lallatill. I-V, ,V7 Fowell. liri 2li
( I raves.?'Al 1,586 Rockeastll... Kfl V-l
Grayson. 6*?1 7t.9_owau.
Garrard. KO 753 Russell. 530 207
Graut. nut 970?Shelby. 427 1.461
Greenup. 641 464'Spenoer. 107 506
(?reen. 510 022'Scott. 207 1,535
Hancock. 229 074 ?Simpson. ldl 74'J
Harlan. 612 87Tavlor . 314 151
Henry. ?1 l,167|Todd. 43--. -ni
Hopkins. :.I7 1,117 Trim !??. 64 -??_*i
Hardin.930 I.S68 Trigg. 317 1,691
Harrison.473 1,5861 Union. 17.'? |,2*?7
Hart. 780 ?..'?ii'Webster. 325 91.1
Hickman. 7it 079 Wtmoa.... ?186 1,606
Henderson.... W6 1,309'Washington.. H22 7'JI
Jackson. 963 30 Whitley.1,207 ID
Jefferson.3,720 6,002 Woodford.... 141 -Ctr?
Jeeaanlna ... 198 780 Wayne. 613 Mt
Johnson. 617 EMI Watti. 210 304
Total.86.6M 9?'?,979
Duvali's majority.37,944
--a?-.
VERMONT.
From the latest files ol' Vermont pap??ns we com
pile the following vote by comit?s for Ooyener,
oomplete with tho exception of a fow towns. It is
compared with the vote of I-?;.',:
-isss- -ins*.-a
C-runtie,. D II. (tuon. D*v?u Deti. Dill D?v _
Addison.2,i?--,7 196.2,244 M
Bonnington.1,636 7.V?.L666 614
Caledonia.2,390 1,131.1,9.'?2 M
(?bittenden.3,616 1,016.6.618 66W
Barn. -r)io IK. 613 -Of
Franklin.1,986 bVO.1,869 7,7
(?rand Isle. 3.M I"?
Laatovilk.1,691 297.1, Ml IM
Orange.*S78 1,271.2,499 1,301
Orleans..1.9?i-? l18.1.715 ,11*
Rutland.3>M6 l,ir_4.-?,040 711
Wa?liington.1,91-1 K6.2.079 1,171
Windham.9,670 787.9.5-6 IK
Windsor.4.1-20 ?4.3,748 7V*
20,071 10.442.27,.'-.-?, 8.89
VOTE I!? TH8 THIBD DISTRICT.
r.'i'iii.i. Hoyt. Baxter. Bngh?nst Scat.
Cliitteiidcn....),:?-.?? 1,701 947 21'?
Essex. 301 270 ',"',1
Franklin.1,317 1,713 1,<?17 M
Onad lil?-.... IM 231 mi M
Lauioiile. .r?24 1,689 3-92 U|
Orlci.us.. 7.'?1 2,147 .'.90 M
Total.4,420 7,210 3.374 MS
Baxter over Hoyt.2,79?)
i Hatter over Hoyt lad Beettettag.2, ?! >
Hoyt, Brigham and Scattering over Bastar.1,029
The above includes every town la the district but
' Dell Mate iu Lamoille County, and Victory in EeceB
County.
The* following is a list of the members elected to
the itata Senate, all being Republican ?
Addison Co.?Lu. ins E. 81111th, Marcus O. Porter.
Beuniugton C??.?Ira Cochrane. H. O. Root. Cllado
1 nia C?).?Oeorgo Ide, William San boni. Qhitd
. Co.?Riusell I? Tart. J. L. Barstow, K. II. La; .
Bein Ce? Oeecga N. Dale. Franklin Co.?A. O.
Soule, Jo.-liua Clapp, I). Barloar. Grand Isle Co.?
II. )). Hill. Lamoille Co.? ?.?orge W. Bandee.
I Orange Co.?Burnham Marlin, Hiram Barrett. 0 -
leans Co.?J. P. Skinner, Luther Baker. Rutland
Co.?Pitt W. Hyde, Joan Howe. jr.. 8. M. Dorr.
Washington Co.?Clarke Heed, Wat. Maty, J. H.
Orcutt. Windham Co.?Dauiel Kellogg, Homer
(iixjsUiue. Windsor Co.?Hosca Dotott, Merrick Gay,
Hiram Harlow.
IDAHO.
Sin Kran L-co. Tuesday Sut. 1;
The latest, election returns from Idaho sa. ti it
Holbraok'e majority for Ouigros will not aaeaM *""'.
The Legjaiatnre stands aa fcflown CeaeeU, 7 Den:-*
iTiii>, ! I'uioii; House. 17 Dei.i'H-r it-. 3 Cni"* No
d i ?posit ion is manifested to agit?t?? Iba
: BUM organisation this year.
MOVEMENTS t>F OEM. OR AXT
ClBOrBBATt Sept. 11.?Gens. Gra:it. Ka - '? !
Stiaa e.i'in ?rrivid here this morning Irom lad?an?i?j :-.
THE Tit ?Bl NE,
'' To the Editer,if r.?.V V fn?L?e.
Sin J here sccac to i?e an understanding aros'g t!.?i S ?? ?
boye ia New Jecccy that tbey esc to d.? nil th?v cn. t?i ?
hold Tea Tiaia'M Boat the ie?. i?!-. riere Iel."1" '
, toiiowiug lo.i'l? te get Tar Tin bim:. Kew/crecy I
N'lW-.lersey K?ilrou?l. ead "?furr. ? -
in tlie- imirnaig it is lsspos?ltj4e t?> ?ret one, I wss talking to a
! si allowee Ibu aiwalag sad b>> said it wss th? sante on 1." >g
laleali There was a p*t.k.i?-e of THF. Tmiu Ml? found lu !?e
, Eaal I; rae.
As liiere n only one I.or.i! paper in the cny, we think it hard
i if v?c cannot have one aval?] in or ni tar.
' full v Youri,
S ??ii. S i.i.T"!?, Newark, K, J
Stw-Yrrk, | ft, t :t!?<;
To lit Hitter of The S. Y Tahune
mt T asea S_WCara M bs ?n effort so snppr*?? Tnn TRiB' ?s
1 ia Ke?sr-Jerser. for it Is onerh MipccMMe teprocan ti I
! leasteCrtbcB. J li B? A Tran?pertatlea ?.??.? io?t!. i s
i enters tlie'run at Kthwtv loitdt d Wttb paper? of
; '-?cry kimi except Tai. T.T ni . ?hen -uked vi
either will net iiotit? ?o?i or rcalersCO tail
reply, li. iBcway, alne-l tiitwe ?in, tr? al on c*
, train wootd rejoice to esc Ibis ?orly chop "raa otl"' la? trj;o
, ?.loai-t.itr. ?V: Kli/nU iii ?, .! N-ivfirk the ?smo sns?er? fr. ul
; lbs tl'ferci;* N" l'i tit m - IVti.v
?! ? ill: oth.'i papers. Mun |? r m < In?
i.i (Mi ? ni ti,?' peace ?a tner ebeasc, kel hs?
?" " -? in! our tvt iLt-irJoernal, Bow y;.'- u ?
mi si a ?vi T i!F T*Rtni NK, and tia? only wey to
pt.rd aae no coper la it? place, wntaA ?l seca ??? ai loca
el ?i 1 ih ne??'! ? ? thai lie]
or keep the ni?* whieh ?l-r-v ne?v "erowd ' on th? i? *. ! ? ! ? ? h\a
li .ve ?too I MM, >lr. Y.Hint, n .til : ?
s ? ,i i h ii.a ?m i ero i ? gliiBli
aad arc determined to have Pie i:? bis oree!
_ ? Kian a
T.. tke gem r ?I The S'. Y T'l?, e
Su: VV:, ti- f, r.??.) f ??- ITlBI vi..?? I vr i i V ?
in_; Irom Twotstictk ?toppScg .', re; ?
?t ind. before I (bend one T te aero ptoaty of ?!'
bot aa TribiX)-. Y'.or? r??|tei iii 1-, JB
.1 '. SXo Uroodfjy. S-,'t. '.. -
To tkt HBBC ?/ Tke S Y T, -.
Si? (J?b you tell wtiv t .ere ?re ?o ft-iv i op ??? of lu?
Tin..?N, for ?ali? np toi? i: ? I bal oillml ruornaig -lie
ing, bim a -i o'elo?a it the ????? ral pla?
?old Bad I Sai?icely or ever eau get one, ?rbile Tht Timm U 1
BtrtUileacaltcrad reaad m i rga tbey wereg-BtKi foi noa. -?
I ?oiueiane? ?tart from Fill, ?ccuud at.. Thud ?ve., ?here I
rends, and oall at the drat lieuspvper plaee le?' ???; theo
up to 1-Tfly ?ix'li st., ?ud Iroui liieBoe down la? FilTitfth-?t . al 'I
on to Forty eighth it, ?nd croe? o?er t" anotner ?land opl"'
?ile. ?ad ?m niter ?II. CCCBCCCCBAlt This ha? been my er
porieiioe for lb? u?at three or four week?. Now, Mr. A?n^
I? there ?uy ?ltiaign in Ibis 1 It ?__s?iti? ?? if ihey am iBUriaf??-?'?
krui out of the way Can you Bel put a? in ? w.y te?W_o
?our paper wiiko-i ha? i tig to ??I? halla mik?, xy ? mWPA
doe? loca witbuet it. _?_?

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