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a. BALM MS AMERICAN Ml PAY ANI? E...NINO-MAR? LOCKW ODD?Mr.! W Cl.rkr ?jt?1 **?** Hl'NI'KFI) Tilor*A.NI) C1 ItlOSI "LYMPH TI IK ATI THIS FYFNINO-R1I* YAN WINKLE Mr. Joae^ Jager*?,, Dim K*u N??tou RUACI OAKDEN. Th,? ... ?iTo,"l-__*,:VK?IV.' " ?-l'Oii THOMAS? <>R( riF-HTKAI? OAKDEN (ONCtRT. _*iogr?n,ii.? varied ?very ?wring Ninety - FIFTH AY F.. OPERA II TI!!?, I \ KNINO-BUOWORTH ,t Ml.N.sTRELB-THE BLACK -CROOK. C. J. Hogan. R. Jltig be?. -? BROADWAY THEATEI: THIS F.VF.NINO-RoMF.t) AND jl LlE'l". Mr. Ed?,? Ad.u... W INTER OtRDF N Till?* Pt-ENIKO-THI hi l?l,AY FAMILY -ORAND MAT! NU EM HY WEDNESDAY \ND Ball IIHA.. NIBUrfl OARDF.N TWI.I i:\ENINO-Tllk. llsACK ( R(K)K-Oreit Ptiisienn? Bill? Trcnc?. _ NEW .oki? THEATER -lill-. FVVMNO?MKAl'TY AND THE BEANT-NAVAL FN ?.At?. MF NT Mr. Mark Smith. Mr I?*???? Bakrr, Me_d?it.e*Oe.ner n. ?ill Wilkin? and Uland OLD BOWI KY TREAT! K TlOSHIMHO-OITANIFLA-TUF !AIR MAID OF PERTH ? ?li- Founr Herring. Mr. O. !.. Foi. BTaOOKLYN ACADEMY OF MUSIC THIS FYENIN?.-HENRI 1\ I W, Ha. keti la FaltUft. W ALLA! K'ti THEATRE. THIS EYF.NINO-1HE li.sT FAMILY. Mr. John Oilhert. Mr. Ttr.l-,k- llnk.-.ou. Mr Charl?! Fi.brr Mr (.- r.r li., aud. M.as tied?.me H?-cr..|i,ra YI?. J?i,? tattam, ?nJ StbsSI IRVIM. HALL THIS FYFNINO-THE WoNDKOIS LIVINO HEAD. M Hart, ?be Illuaionist. HU M li THEATRE THIS EYF.NINO?MEDKA. Ivl-it of M.iuir. A.leVd? n.rt-ri BuetncGS -.\oticrc. A ('LEAH llRAD ?on b-usmi li tk? tar? resal? of ? Bott.? of Cossbbm Wirra ?Cosaaas? Matu Cr??. Biuootxm. ?Mloie ?ree* eat. Clbak? tb? H?ab, Sn*?e?rti ni APpbtit? For Casa bal Dibiutt ian ?>t?p?p*ia take F.apink Wat?? _Sol? st Ail I'?ro?4Hi-t. _ BOBDBM'S CospiMaaD Mils (ii f.iinv i .. I. t J oslt bj the tlsw To?t ( oxnam? Mt LI lo. which Company far th? pa?t ? ina yeal? lia? u.alnuln?d (be lill, rrputalinn ?f Bobbbn'i ( dnnaisu Mila tn punty aad ?leelfi e. Tb* Company deliver U> al' parta m New York and Rtookljn daily. eg?ep(?(.( Sut day for which daj the de irery is n ?dr on Seturday. ALM. Boaarst !"????av>p Muk, s.tll x BIIAJID. ?uital.le lot ?liipnirut to ?ty c nu Ofltr of the Naw loas Cokddhkp Milk Co, No? J? ?ud Jh Ki./?beth ??. To tub Millinery Trade. l.TTBonrrKP lau Hat fas Nsw ?Kirri Nnyrlti?? of Pari?. London and Nrw Yon. r.r I.?Jira Misara and Ouldie?. P.taV-t l.mtatioL Ol th? Popular Ft?_.h Pearl Felt Hal?. Manufactured hy lb? Crlebroted Firm of Moore k Sea'.y Bt??-. Sold bv (be Cos? or Doseu. hy Dim tim. Ml Broadway. Triumph of Chemistry?Victory Hair Restore*. This rutilan* porfnuMd toil*) article hu No Ssi'iaiST ti? lol ? IO?! PaorxKTtt? ?nd will poanivrly brui, bark tb? hair auJ re.fit? *, e by the Manu(?rt?rer. B. Ya? Br??* Cbagiltt, _?!.-. 17? Suth-,?* . "s?-w-York and all teapectabte 1.ri.fjt.it \\ iLLCox A Qibbb Sbwiko Machine. "Haaren, i? ?tro:.?e- and i?m liabe lo tip in um or w??r than tb? Lor* st ? h ? | Julpr't Hrporl at the " isioisd York Trial. Bend '"r ii.? Report and ?mp.t, ol YY'oik coutaiuini ?el* kindt of etitehrs sa ?be SSSBS pi*.? of gt?d?. itn.dwlj. Boots. .-?HOES and QARIHk t<>r Eali ?nut Winter wur stllrsTI N . ?30 Br-adwsy Lar|?tt heap-st ?nd brsl as ?urimeut oi t .a...in uml? work iii iii? city . ??so mad? to -rder at ?b?rl u .(i.r > ?ast H Boot? and (.aitess of OaS'i best Pahs m.k?. ?Balea*._ AutE?STRICKLAND'S AliCE REMEDY is ft pertain cure It I sa ?tond ?he tnt of pur? i? the Yalleva of MiaaiMippi and MtaM'Hi ?nd i? thr sovereign remedy in all Uwe? inlet trd di.trit-W. S?ld by .11 Duniala. _ in.i-Hand .??APE.? in larjit? nunil.er?. til our owa ?Mid oller?' toske taken In eirhan;? lot our new patent Alcb md Hat r ultra? *ir.i For ul? lo?. Miavirs kio. -'64 Bt-.ti? tv ?nd "11 Chettfint .t.. Phis? (?ROYiR a Bakkh's Machines for Sale and to R?st. ot ?. t.t with operator? Into fin lit? by ti.? day. lires, makii.g ?nd futiily mbvIiii done to oaler. Mis. S. EaiTB. No 9(17 Brotdway. corner T? e tier ?'., ip stairs. 1 HE ARM AND I.BO, l)V B. FRANK 1'aLMBH. EL. I?.? Tb? best frr-e to soldier*, and low to officers and rivuians. 1.S09 Cbes'n :t ?( flin. Artorpl., N. Y., IS Ov?en >L, Basion Avoid frtui ?.ni m '?itont of his oslrnu. Tri-?isi-??. si pi'orters. Monthly and Baspeimy YIaboi'???. die beal and .brepeet in tb? wotld. wholeaale or.retail, ti l?r. SB ??wood a, No. ?VU liroadvraj._ At Eyebdkll'8, New Style Wroura Cards ard EitVBLOP?? i'ateol aecureA \ ?ty ?lagani. Sold only u No. ?Mt Otoedway. New Tor?._ _Thk ?Etna Noiseless Lock ?Stitch Sbwino Maobibb?Manufartnrel bj _Pu ?an BBAtrstDO?? k l o.. No. ?4 Bowery. N Y "" Madame .Ilmbl's Mammabial Halm and Patent BaaAST El ?Tito?, to l?v?lop the nuirai beauty of th? form o? phyaio o|..-a pria ipi?? Depot No. 3K) Cana -.t. s. IJ ty dr laii'at?. Ihk Hi.we Siwim Macuinbs?Lock ?Stit< h.? Em E.o.ilie. aud Manifkrt .reva. Thej ara w?r d renowned. The How? Macbisb (o So em BroeJway. N?w-Yorh. ~Mott'b Chbmical Pomadb Restore?? Cray Hair. keep? it glouv ?ni ft um fal ing out, reniovM dandynlf ; in? fti?.t dr.M Inga^-d. Sold t?y KrtBTC? No IS Attor Houm and Ir iiiisU. Tauseas. Elastic Stchibinob. HuarRiraoar Ha.nd A?B? ?CPPORTBBt. kc -Mia.? k Co ? Ria?, as Cul? Tv?M Otu.? i?l? ?t Ne t Y am I * LadT enr?lent. Florin? k Lock-Stit h Sewi.soMachinbs?Beit laibeworl Flobbicb eswise Macsis? (obpa??. _ N'o \a Broadway Imfboyek Lock-stitch Maohinrs lor Tailers and M_es?!?B"?*?fr,. (JaoTBa k Bassb sswisa Macbub ( obsast Sa I? H?o?.!?t?v _ MarsI's Trcss Ornes remov?>d t?) Ne. 154 F il ton rt. Elva?if S? iii?? S-ist-en.lrrs Bondsies. S ipjvorters i, Cki.?tadoR4''8 Uaib Dye is iii.w ititiv*r.*?_l 1 y a. ? bisowledgaad u th? tun? eitent. Tty it. Factory No. S Arti r Hrutr. Elliptic Sewing-Machike Co.'8 Incomparable Loes Stitcb Sa-?i?t?s Mach??'? Aienls Wanted. 143 Btoasl?ay GaoTiB it Baker's Highest Premium Elastic Stitt? s?yn?a M ?ramu lar f?ml y um Ne ?Pt Bto?dwav. ~ Wheeler A Wilbor'b Lo?k-Stit< h ?kwiko |ff?r?i)t? and Hr-yo"t?niB Mac Bl MB No. isM Brnadwij Cart??? \ignefte, J:', jkt dojun; Diiiiliiitlt-*?, $z>. Bit iMtetivu rerlatrrssd. .. A l.l.ll No It*? ' t.lh-aa, rt H J 100 Skcunh-hmid Biwinh-Maciiinwi fob Salf. ?ke*p, in perfect order, a* gaol u raw lad waiyantrd for on* y*ar. _ _Ita? Ml Bboa?? at N?w Ioki Thb Great California Wixb Depot.' Or???? k Cm.. No. SO ( ?du???.. New-York. Bat AdvertiMioaul in another caloma OBITUARY. THOMAS delf. Mr. Thomas Delf, well-known in the boob trade in this city ?B?ny years Bffo, died in England ot Ha tM at July I ia bis "."?th resr? Hs wss s aal ive of London, sod cudi te the Unite. States st tbs ses of SO. obtain ng aoipls'vrnent soan art?i bis arrival ia lb? Mercaatile Library al New York. Tnenoe bs enterad tbs book itor? of Me??r? Wile? Al l'utnara, and from, lota to le+ii, and again in IH7 ?sr 1S4I tra? tbs London agent oi Appl?ton A Co. Afterward h? w?t ?ever?) year? t rgagetl ii, th? Amerlean bauk trad? in laoadrm. part of the tisis mioma, sod part of the tim? in patt aersbip with Mr. Tiii'osr. Forlbsiait 14 years be devoted hlmielf to antbersblp. writing for periodicals, translating. oostpi.iBg,and asasuting bettag known writers, eoadnctisg st varbtxii time! 71? Amu. The Children* Journal, Thi T hologra? phic An Journal, anti Th* Royal Cmk. aad publishing i?nd?r tie ?>??? de miumlotChulm? Mstrtel, a translatioa cf Cbevreal s " Laws af Color." THE BUTCHERS AND THE BOARD OF HEALTH The case of 8tewart agt. ?Schultz and other? carue ?Of ?a th? Boprsais Coart, Chambers, ob Tnsrday, before Jostlos Bsraard. This Is s stsallar ?ass to that la the Coart of ( "em ?sa nasa, ia whkeh the batebon ?ought ta avoid the inter Asian al tbs Board of Health la driving cattle through iba ?ti?41 sod IB tbsir nod? of msnnglng their ?laughter boase?. Ia that eass tba Nsw York batcher? war? refused the aid of lae Cass sana Pleaa. Judge Daly dtliveriag a long aad thorough eaistea. Judge Barnard, la the Supreme Conn, la the esse brongtt by II? Brooklys bslebers, baa. Is B few word?, ?attained asd aaftsssd Jadga Daly s optaion. Tbs lollowing art bu ro? sar ks Tbs otpistos of Chief slnstlee Dale hu eorered all tbe points osatsd tri tb? ptstalilTs couls?.!. It Is nnne<re???ry to writ? eay eplafos is this oass. bsoaoiw ?hat opinion folly meeta ssd lisseaas af srsry noaatton iavolvad. A batebsr's ?hop ii sot sf hssil s aslsaBos. It only becomes so when It is esrned ea a? asadas tal Is sneb a way as to isterfsrs with the health of a aslgbbarhaed. WMi that oecars tbs Board of B*alth c?b aaaiatarUy rsstove it. I bate nothing to do with th? policy ?sr prsprt-Mv ?af tb? passage of laws raaoviug fro? tbe paapls Ah? right ot sslsatisg tbeir owa saleara Is rsgard to the -Malta law. hovevot, It ii only Jostlos to tssntioa the pleasing ?tat that, bad It aal bass la ?s_stss_at, mon than lO.tV? per saos who Bia saw silts woull bats died from iboleia alone la this oty. Motioa to eoatlsos inJoBetloa denied with |10 oosts. CARD FROM THE REV. li AMU EL DUNN. Tetkr timm mf Thill. V. Truraam iii: Ia jour notice, la yeiterday'i edition, of the BBi-osas I IslHrsrsd last Sabbath In tba John il M K. Chareb, la tatt sstr H la statad tbat *' btr. Dssa Is a tborongb fceliev?? at Ila paloy parssed by Prealdeat Jobasoa." Allow ?ia to any. tbat I bots asear sxprsassd sar sasb opisloa. rsliblblly, 8am. bl Dtfsa. NsVoMiIbam ?*. dPrm tweA Isat. II UM? ei?isto'e%loiJk Batta Uribxtnt Till R8DAY, SKI ?TEM It Kit ,", mi 7//A: TRIBUNE TRACTS-NO. I. Tli?. N.-iv.Oili-itiinkiut. lu Oilit-iril llL???iry. Wa ?hull laAtie on Thuraday, a Triot cooUinliiiT an authenlli? ll lati'ry by oflimal doo? ment? of the New Orieaa? Uti Price live rent?, * _4> per l.OOO. Wai n L?.-_ than "J ooi-ih au, obi'hin r? ?r mat. Maa 9 <-e_u aaa-tnaai ho? po-??ah. THE TRIBUNE TRACTS-NO. 2. Nvinl.fr two of tlio The Tbibonk Trtvlat will t?m tmnlh, |>rvMte?v-iru-* of tb- ivo-tbern !a>yalt?U Convention, and will be re??]/ in ? few day* THE TRIBUNE TRACTS-NO. 3 Will l><> ?r-tut-il t-tortl**, it will o?M)t-ft-ii: TheCorutituiio-il Ameodnenla? prrjpoaed by ('ooaree* and Duw in i-?r_?>-?* of adoption by Hie Ktatea. Henry Waal Ileoobei-, two I'olilioal Irr-ttera and Uoraee Oi-eeley'a in reply, with the I"1?iiouth Church Irett? r lo Mr Ileerlx-r. I'm-?' 3 cent?, fdrtl per 1 OOO. Will s ii?.? TtlAK 0 COIIX- ABH ?KB. Bl MAIL, *t.M) 9 Oi'-t* ADDl ! IOS Al. roe i-onTAue. TO CORRESPONDENTS. ti* neOrn ean ?tauten of Anonym-ui (?mm,,meatian? W*ti_??T?ri? Inleiuied for intertioB nutt? I.? ?iilhanti.-ate I b? tlia Baute and id drr-i of the wrii-r?not. BBBMBBB-f lot public?.lou bul ti imu ?aty In? kia too. faith. NEWS OF THE DAY. KORKU. N NKWS O-ir Eiro'xtaa advice? hy Iho Cabio aro It (lie l8?ti inat. Th.? BXP-ttt*. iiiiiiii!e?t?i of til," Ilinporor Napoleon uti UM BBtMoa of aflnir* in Kuro|x. ha? j'ist treen published. The Emperor btUtTtl Ihut Fruin.' will haatlt from UM rai < nt chanca. Hi- iLHtih'-A Inn mediation Mama Austria, I'm??!? aii.l Italy, and exprc*??. his fu it ti in a lattin" peace, Imt thiaki that the ?tin-*! wny <?f nia!iit-iinin?t |><" t< I ?a to bo (?reptireJ fur the vir.or?>ii? prosecution (.1 .?ur. It ti ?aid nat, It con-o?'?once of the protest of tin1 I'liitnl Stat?-? On eminent, lin Iii.? forbid.len military ollie.'?i la Monea? from holding oliii-inl ?ppoinfiiichtr, under Muai iniliaii. Tho l'rtia?ian fleet at Kiel ha? bion put out of cimiiii-rtiiiii, Bud the KJt-r t'iral law hal pa-a.?,! ih" Dpftt Chamber of Prnaata. 1 Le mun who attempted the amita ?iinitioti of the Kniporor of Ru*?ia li?* boen eio.ut.-d. The (.rent Kantern ,??otT tat Kn^liah c??-*?t on the ixtli in??. It i.? likely that theqneatiou of the VrueiUn d.?St will, after nil, be ._lju*t<*d to th. ?at.ifnotion of nil the partie? ooiiooniod. Tho J. W. Kmorivt-n, tlio rcnvxol that took out ? carpo of Bnn? to MaUinor??-, ? tri? ed nt tins port ye-tordB)'. ? loi. Wail?.,? ii.? Mtaaiaai ia Mrnrt but tkt ?-??at o? the parn, with one exception, li-vo como ha? k in Ibe laaML Tat ann? aro ?afcly lodged ou the AmoncAU ?ide of Ih? Kia Grande. DOMESTIC NKWS. A now railroad is project?! on Matta Uland. It will run from Mariner ? Harbor to \'"udnrbi!t LaaB-BB? Thoodoro j. .i.lui? i? tin- I'n-suieiit t.i the Oaauaar. It will lum. a (-iii,Hal ?titi, of . taMk.lN*?). Over $1,(P>0 Ml milo baa aln-ady lx??-n eiib?t"ril)?-d, it 11.1 10 |K?r cent paid in lliiirttrt Ould, lonni-rly I'cl>elC<>iniin?-ionorof Kx.lian,'?. niiiiiiiinco? himself n? n ? uii?lid-tc fir tin? varan? y m tat Stat.? Senat?'. Hut principal ou|?onont i? a sou ti BB> I'ltMiloiit John Ty Itt, abo au ox It? bel. Two bale* of cotton, the tii-Ht of the now crop from At tunta aud limitai illa, havu beou aold in I-Oiu-villc at 30 cent? a pound. The (?rand Ila?. Bull totirnamnnt, to tak" place at Auburn, tua bo-ii p.mtpotiod till Munday, the Id of | October. THK PKNDINO CANVASS. To !ii".'tit tiir-Hoy? in lll'icof St. Paul, Minn., hold a Ctnvoution to ?let? dolt-pat?-? to I-tttabur.li. T,.-ii.orr,, tbo lliatriet Convi-iition.? nu Mt, a-tien Donnelly will no doubt bo nominated, and Windom in the lower I);?triit. Mniue-i'.ta )? almoat one fir lil,_rty lind jii.ti?-?-. An iiitenacli ciithuainatic ma?.? meeting wa? held in Weat ( 'hester, Penn., yestcrdiy. It exret-dr-d Bnytliiiii* rver btUmtt ?("-n m that place. Sp?'c?-lica were mad.- bi (Jen. liftkry, Ctor. Curtin, tin- Hon. |,ow_? Hall, Morton McMichoel. ?nd other ?eil known p-entlemeu. Newt from Ohio ?tate? that tho Old Wettern Btttrrt i? wide awako, und will ?end th?>-> Blanch Kadicai.? (?<-n i?&rrield and ,lud?re Spaldinc It Congre-* hy overwhelm? ing lnajontio?. ThaM well potten! any that the Renen I will give _.,O)0 majority for Hu- Radical ticket in October. The New-dertoy Lo-ii'at'ire, ?hr-.u/h th.- pre-idni, oflaci-r, Mr. Scovcl, ha? oft'u lally dt-Ultd Al,'Hinder (?. Cattail duly electetl S?>nator to lepreaeut thie Stat? in the Conirre?.* of the tinted .State?, to hil the cxiitiiu- Ta? nin f.. The Hon. William A. Newell ha? been renominated for Coegma bj th? Btaaalitan ( oartation la tim Iii Ki - - Jertey Dinrict. Hi? rtcl,-, Hot ?s uliuoat certain. I)*nnis McCatlhy ha? kata nominated lor the XXIII?! Conajreaaitiual District ot .N'.w-YorL. CITY NKWS. Prettdent S<-hullz, with ?oTcral m'_nlx?rs ti the Hoard ti Health, paid a vinit yravti-iday morn iii; It the abalioira at Coiuuiunipaw Hay. The party expretiae?! __a__aal-ta well pleated with th" arrangements and i.roatmu o4 tkt buildiri*-?. Tbe wfcoJe block will ??net atrout B_M>,0_0. A new line of city railroad will run troin (?rand-at. Kerry, on the Krutt 11it?t, ??> Deshrr????-?!-?!. Kerry on tie North River It will be called the (?rand *t. Cr<-_*-t',?n line. In the late ferrv-boat colli.ion on the North river, by which Philipenia itantlie i_,f! Lt r death, the Jury eensur? the pilot of the fer.y-b.et D. t>. Ottftiy, at l?o alone wui to blame for the ra-iial?.. STOCKS AND MAI1KKTS. Ould opened yeeterdey at li',., and cloard at MT?, (iarern ?Bent ata-uki contioue ?troop. Sale? of Atta 1-7: were made at 104. and or lO-lu? at -t'i. Ih?- :.Ju and 7.30* were atead?. At the Seuond Hoard (ho market waa i'roii_ on Kri?- ?Lu !. aold at 7.|. The balline? of IB* market wai ileady lu m?-?-? there it bo chaagv to uutu e. (til loiyu ranfe from A to .. the latter bein?; tbe ?etieral rate to broktt. uf ttir .redit, heat it.lumen ?n, bill? par? at I M t t atti ?'"Cond Krade at ?i_?. with a pood *upi It at I p*r vent. There ii Urge Mb_WM tl.ronph ubi tha/Tij. Bad merchante are peti...e te he liberil in then credit* in their ?a?.-? rn<-?? to du huaine.? 1 le rate ia tono?? and the ironeral return of tpeeulator? from the coontry are pro.!uciBR the u?u*l efltcl up,n the nock rn*r!.?l. ?her* greater aettvity and advanelnr ,|u?tt?u,i,? are recorded. r?_** On tkr inside paget of to-day's xttw trill le found Dramatic Crxttftsms, Literary Items, CaUUtitgkmti Mat? ters and Market Report!. Minu?-iota held hcrl'mon Itali Conveutum yc-ti-r day, oid.iptini; resulutiotii) wini h ?how Hint the 1 nu,n party in the State is thorouirhly in earm ?t. The fnenil? of the Union never had luirer chineo for a thoron|*h orpaniration for victory in c-vry Stat?-, Tht campaiirn ha.-) opened. Tho.ifrh a President ha, _-_n carried off tho lield A'ori du combat, w<- look to see the battle renewed with tierce earneitncss on the part of the enemies of Congress and of ..(jual lii^hti. The result in Vermont and M.une ought to inrpirt noble effort in every Stato and diatriet where a ma? jority, however ?mall or large, can add its -veittlit to j tho heavy condemnation that will lie ??oiled .-puni?t a destroying policy. Let us have t-tTong organization ei try where. _ Onr gallant soldier?? at ?>"aCBia have nobly reeop nued tho Mervices of their coi.?red coinrades, by a rero lution adojted yesterdty, which ?ledarti that the tW),00*) colored men enlisted during the war fully proved th-ir patriotism and courage on the M4 ti batil?. The true soldier is above the petty prejudices of the politician. Mr. Peter Cooper's letter to Andrew Johnson i? one of those straightforward, earnest and kind rcbukei thtt tre olten more severe than direct deounciation. Bnt Mr. Cooper did not mean to be severe. In all striousntis, he seems to have tried to arouse Mr. Johnson to a len-e ?f duty, and, if pot-ible, to reconcile the differences of tht Executive and Con? gress. But that moderation and kindliness which will commend it to the people generally will ?careely hare any effect on Mr. Johnson. Mr. Cooper will, we fear, not even be complimented with an an-wer. But if Mr. Johnson will not reply, the people cer? tainly will, for every warning and entreaty which the Pr?taient reject! confirm? the conviction that any weaker argument than rotes is wasted. The Timei complaint that tho Kadicali demand guarantee? of the Rebels, " thtt the anti-war state of affair*, will not be restored," and say?: " Until tht patriotism of the people, and the bravery with which they defended their flag bava ceased to exiit, there are guarantee? enough. The Radic?is do not believe either in' tht brtrery or tht patriotiim, and io re? echo their cry for ' guarantee!.' " Which flag! If "th? Stars and Stripe!.'' wt wholly billen in it; and ?hall do our utmost to prt rtat Conttrvatirt-, Cop*ftrh4)*4- ami trallon from 4?* Krri'liD? the heroisrn of the ?rar by eli-rating I.'. '?? 1 t.. lu.m? anti )Miutir o-, i lojral tai?-u. lu prevent tin? pit Em. mai i I'Uhtilutioi ?! |W ? The Pott ooiitltiniiia li It -: ??IDC" at F (tu- dir-i i.f itf Fort Pilli).? ' W' u ht sni?er, lint Yvhi-n _n * ?'? Cii* Ibera ?,- n IbbbmbI i.i.Hxl on iht- i.Hii.i.s nf dis sapportu ??I Hie Nc??*Or IMM paUejr, VI ?hall IN tender with lum, tia ?I jaiiite t?i flic*?? who lain tn? bind a- if ii wen- clean, ainl ???" ????fit lui heurt as if it were not bl* k. \V ?? luve a great deal to learn Ix-fort- ?v.- furr v or I'orKft Hu? fialagl of mur 1er Hint flowed out ut Port I* I!.,*. Pcrtuip. ,*:'' In-roc- at ClcvcUinl (in.ty their li BVla ke. p (_t> cn ') will remember tbi.*. At -my ral?-, QtM. Kln-ndiin?!?-?*?* T//E HO' RLE CONGRESS. The cofintry nui-t ii"* I"*?' righi ti Hie threat? of the President and Ins following lo plunge tis frt--.lt into a now and terrible ('?vii Wai bj MMtit__| and recog?,Wag i bagot Hoiba of Sepieem-t-attaa, iu.i?lo up of a Jahsan mincniy of Um natabera I.gully my tilled tit ticaU, combiiicil m. Hli those e bo-sen from ti"? .State? w hu h wilhdrew their members from Coagraea, and lisfatatelj strove ti dc-?'n?y the Union. Hlffag I? '*n ulterlv di*?'O0ifil ed in the bloody itiaggll Hu?s iii.iii|_urate?l, they now propose to return to GMgffM in deli. II ? ? "I n ts'ili-i-stiiii? law, and to constitute a House inffl'" If of HO or'.).) .loliii-sonites from loyal St *((?*, and 40 or te ebon n by tb.) States no1 y et rt-n?lmi!!??<l to repn tentation. Ai? the Ropubli. ans, it i.? Linly pnsUB?, will not submit to tin-?, it in eair.-rly i ?ilculale.l that the flume* of Civil War will tim- bo l-atighted, ?in.I Hut Hie North w11 bo visited lilli Ciil.itnitie. like to Ihm she recently inflicted on tin? NouHi. This scheine e.innot With unle.v? ii quorum ol Co > pcrhoad reprc?enUtives, In. li.?hug IhOM fr.nji the ei Ki'bel .?Ui'fe-, (Mil I??- M-cured Bl Hie pciulm?-? t-J, ? ti?Hi?-. The .SI .lohu.-aonite-s (or Hicreiiboiit ) li the pr.s.'lit lion-u? (inri i ulm!; the Ti Baeeaaaaa), nustbiaaralled t?? 70, or limy ?ill not nillir.-, willi the ..?.' hoot Hie III Btatei not ye? restored t" ?.'.wer m CongrcK*, to make a quorum. I'uI?ho than M ihall be gaiae! m thi M Hiiiiig elections li the loyal Stat?-?, the plot inii*t fail. Will Ihe People (five tba .(?.limonite* the SO L'uni.* they mu.-,! ha. e to enable Hiein t.. di?.>rj_rjin11"? Con* yitv-ir. nii.1 iaaagorata aftaafe Ciril Wot I winn? mi Hiov '.ii iiuin.? to be made ' CoBOedc that Hi. Bahai rote ciioat in d?liai.??-?? of law in M:ir. land mul Mi- ?.uri ii pi'.'l f?>r m of theiii. VhHI Brfll tin-;.- pun the l.r> ?till wanting ' .Sh.iil N<-1? -*t ??rk or Feiiii?ylviiiiin, ImliAiia or Ohio, contribute most to make up Hie requisite number ' We < ill ii'mii tin? p.'.ipli- i very ?h. ?i- to qm ?lion the rival candidate? foi Congre,- .?harpli m.il ( |o?.el? on tin? bead. I.et u-, know preeiielj wbieb eiadl? date?, if ?lei ted, will Uko part ia org.iiii<ing a Hi made up in part of men by lan- disqualified to hit After what the President ha.? ?saul ol "Northern Hilton" nnd m ?lis|.itr-i.'.-ii)?'iit of Cotigrt-s* Bl iuvalnl and usurping, thu People sho'.hl insist on knowing exactly what each (?in* t?ldate v? ill do if elected alni i ailed t?> . htx-c be'wc-n t?Ao llotl-c.? nui? ol 1011 to I'.'O ni. lub.-M I ho?, ti w holly from loyal States, ami Hu' other ..f 7*9 ?iieinl.?in from tho?e ."??!,it,? ?uni .',".' from th- t< ti v li:. 1 bal hg bei'ii deeply involu-d in the 1,'eb. -Ilion, have BOl yet been r??a?lii?i:ted to Coogn I ' ? ?? ti I?' ?<?n slraine.l, if uin".illiii_", to show In? hand' The i--?u?-> is so momentous that nothing mu?! L?* It'll to guess work find uncertainty. Hone?t men will no' leal concealment, mgt others mu.' not bl p'-nioUcil t?> find it. STATE \mu\ i //.>*.?,". Tba telegraab baa laftiraed a thal the Repablieaa I'nioii conierec? ot tba .Willi Coign ? ii trial m Tut ?day i)"iniiiat.-.l DOTH McCarthy .?f 8/1 for I?. pri'si nt.i'ivt-ot Huit di ?tr.i t ia tba WAI li a ia re u pt .u the ii. legates bom Cortlaad Co sty ? ?th* drew und reln-.'d to ratih the ?.oin..', ii.mi. Cortlatiil County baa ?bout ??ii??-l???irtli tbi p"p"?! . tion now required for a Congr? .mihi-, ???? Hiillk, lllld a representa!. Ve in tim Houae wsarr than a louth ol the (?lue for the Us*? tveatw, thirty ot years. And yet. WA jiritunie thal Wl should hare fuvored her dematid that |bt I.uinl??l ?"?? bl no? a? ? corded her. But it hs? Hot b'.?.-Ii (lone, ?til IxiltiliK ?an haie u? other efletl thai li reliu .? the innionty I'..i (.?.\. Peiitoii ami In? BBBOeil .'? I :< kef. Heine, we call on tbe Vtaml. RapnMioani |f ('ort* land t?. lro'svn ?lown this bolt, and M uni bj their most worthy utnl c:i|iali!e alf h?ll Dennis McCarthy grew np a m?.?t an. ellii ?eut Demo? rat. Ile was the intim?t?- fn?:i?il fiml fiiYoriie ot In? purly's eiuiiieiir. le.nl.-r-. an.l hail the fair?-?! |....?].'-."t- c! p.r'y la? t ?'.'.- ?.'breil to a youii|.' iiian'i niiil.itloo. When the re.irlx-ration of the Rebel eaaaoa find at s latai ?-ea ibad Bjiaeiae, h" |i li ?.arty instantly under !n?.r. ii detalMt t<> hu ob?.i,rl.iii(?' love of country. In defian. e ol' the j.r.-j i (III "?, the hope?, the t u'reiitie?, ni Ililli- ? Itltll.- ol hu kii??n?i ?i. hi? minni- r- lad per-.??al inenil*. he took In? titfind witta the mi' "??ii:!.oi?.ti unionists, ud hu ever ?',:.\,t'i:.f '1 u 'i th-m irilen-,ly and worked with them off., tivoli. 'I ho'iirl, loving and lionorn.g Horitio Seviuoiir, 1.?- Mi hi? utmost for the election of Wldsvortll ainl?.! F. ii'oii. Ol'the many ?iftfriotn.- and rtaloiia War PflWIrt'ltl inonf BUt?S, lot t_nf b MM de?ervii?L* or nmre ?lln ?ent thnn Dennis McCarthy, and there i* no in_i:i ?.f ivuateier atitf lil III l"t whom we .ihould mon? gladly and proudly vote lo represent us m Congr?*?. aVnd Li? ehtrtt-ter aud MUM ure so weil known in (.'i titrai New-York 'bat we believe he will have not a v. te le-? than ."i,is?i ninjont*. wh'-reot '3 tim will be iriven ni Cortltnd County. It wo'ihl be a VfOOg an?l ? ?hame t?. I.-' bil uiajority fall u vote lu low ,".,ih?o. ?There i? fi most shameful -piit in the !.. District, which we mainly NgMt I.MM, ?f ?inhealrd. it is likely to reduce Ol?? FentoL'n mnjori'v mWS, Thll ?linnet in i;.-oil for ?.'.Msi iiiBJority lor Hie entire Rtpui.l'? .?i.-i'nion state Ticket; aad itivj rate tmiti of thHt will be so math ?-?iiamier. d by fhat wref, !.. .1 !( ni re-p?. lin(j*caii(liila'e It OflSglMI \\-? the Re?)iiblii?ns of the di-trict to . l..?e ther rank.? al ollie: if etc" ,''"1 todd ?o within a bltaight, We ?hall Mb, the State Coiiiiiiitt.'i ti ? I .:. impariiul '??'j ;' . tion Ui Ko? In ?ter to I?tai?gatl the instftr, and. ?n theil- report, to iul\ ,-e the Ray ?:.??, ?,i. I Bionittl ti the dihtrict ?? la whi.-li ma.Matt they ?houlil Mipport. Fut Astvsmbly, thus far, the ma?? of Hie Republican nomination.-? are remarkably judicious and worthy. Of the rery be-it ila?H are Meisr.. Pitts of Orleann, Palmer of Dutchess, and sereral other meoibirn of the loot House. Others equally admirable are s?+rcested, and we hare strong hopes that the next Legislature will be an improvement on the lant, which was a de? cided lmpnjvement on its immediate prede? ensor. We hope to hear that .lud?.'? helden ol Rochester, Mesrrs. Tremain and Cm hrane ol Albany, and some other of the .tronp men of UM laet Hou.*c, will yet ac? cept nomination?. Pntil we can bavuaConati.utional Convention and hugely increase the number ol' mem? ber!, the only breakwater aj/ain-f corrupt leiiislation it the choice of eminently ?trong and pure men. T/W Angutta (tia.) C?nttxtuttonmliii, alter making the quite needles* disclaimer that "the South is not the author of that freedom which is now hurrying the negTo to his grave," add? that the Southron? feel kindly toward the Blacks, and that "A not tere sr there-is Mettphis or \?? Orleai.???lees not militate ?faint tbeiesiiTtiun?, fI-r thr?- oiithriaaki are iroradio every ?birr?as witness the loyer mob id ?New York, ?ho hanged tbe Black? te the leap post??aad ia tk?m the isfsrior blood o-ait ever go to tbs ?alf. ? Th? San quotes all thii aj.pronngly, when it well knowi that the mob of July, l?ttf, which strung up hermit*! negroes to lamp-pott, and burned the Colored Orphan Asylum after i.-ealjng part of the obildrcu'i oloU-Oe, was aof a "toral" woV, Mrs M Mayor Motor1**-? Gen. Forreii, ami Admiral foro-no. iire ?? Im .ii" men. It iva. ?n haart aad tool a Rebel mob?i,.)t ..in- Ji.|.?iilican nor haaity w ir Demoi rat io ita i:ioti_y ranka, and ttar* leoaadia! that helped co'iiim-.. it woihl hive al,.?'it?tl hiinsclt boars?) in -i-lt-oiiiiiig Ltt? mu?) li.i.1 H linn hid in triumph up llr.rtlviy. W_? ?MM W? Sun, that *' aJiiiic- for all," I?' mar,- uuf._r and tmky tli.tii an avowed Cop jM-rlii-'Vl Uga! I A CASE FOR PRESIDENT JOHNSON. A.- the author of " My Patter " wat ?*-> pitinpl and Barnett l_?t year in rebuking ?itti-mpU to unJJ party contributions 0:1 F.tl,?r:U orii-e-liililcr-s, we .teg leave to ?.ill Ins attention to tin? following interesting and pi.|uant aafia_pa_?MMtt HO>M N?. r*. Airrtta Hot ?a. I Nl.lV VneK N"|!' II MM ? Si" Th? uni!.?r-?r*uM. a *?b eommitte? of the K-m.l'int Natianal Da lea i ni -ei.?ure at \V?ritiH'rt<.n BC f BIBpttt l?4 ty ?he ('hairi-fi of the National Ktnanie ('?mi.iittee, vitit New Vari. f,,r di,, pmr*fmmot t.baining u)?ui-y to I?? .milayed iu tbe |?, yuieni of imp aeama-j ciomi??'-?? d', ?-??onng MB pall*!., ard rriju at rtinh aid a? you nany b.? tlUiisja-d to render ii-, v lull ?ill be properlv applltii Twutrf Ih" ?illieer? her???* OelaelM and AMeaaor?hive vol?iiitetir?*ii t<i rui?e the itirnnf Kit? JTio,nanti Dellar? i(-.(?tOi ea??i, Vt?u will oMi.? ?i? hy Miling ?* maoo a? you can, anti ?.-inline, it I? tu li) Teae_a" nett ttltlia-?? ih br a r<'*pon_e by Tueedtiv neit. Youri, Ai., Obmmmtmtm KHAIT', (.'hainnaa Finance Comiuitte??, ('. IVatDV,LI. liio W. Sihvbbinmu. tint S').".! Killie lioutt?'. Mr. Strinbrmner's Response. nt m rosa, sout. ia MM (?FMiiMi , lu rtapoatt ??? roar a-oa_ta-__tti?_-i of th. Ii'h tatt-, it whi. li it i- implied that ii contribution i.t f i,000 inr tin- parp?te o' dtftaylag "tim tiata_atof the cotillli,' i?!i,|i u/11," IS t-Ipet llt_ I r.t III lue ?Hld Diy ti it-lid n, I huit-1,? i tata ? Thiit di.iiu/ Ihe four y.-ai-, ii whi? h I have held the nil.f AaatatOI of tin- Vlltli District in New-York, I lune no1 ree. it? "I tlir? i:h ?] oil;,-ml position??,- leinte to -huh I mu not eii'iil ,1 bj law, und .mi, lhlltf-tt, t>or aoaally, utterly linallie io raafoad in th?. amount ptapotali ulai la utfi'tiipt to collect the Kinoiiiit f: oin III, ill 1/ It 0. the 111-' iel would plate me Hi Stich relation tOWtl- 'lax payan a? would l?.- iBOOtatt?blt with the proper ?tt_____rgt of ay oih. lal ?liiiie?. alni I retpactf-Jly mu lum t that dhttt tai'.? finn ?h ample rt-itroii win I should dor line teviviling to - oin pap.tat, ?"*tit I let ?th 'I nn a|'po|iitiinTit ?i* AatW >r ?t! Hie banda of mu limit', i I'n ?ni-ni Alirnlntiii Lincoln; nur!, ?.?Unit? II ?le even other ronsii.ernli.ui, I a'n nu? inclined to di?* honor hi? iiieiiinrt MT to d-tglta? mi?.?-!!' by turning my Ir.ii k on tin par') ?rbtitt effori? tad litl?>liti to tht _n_-0a und tn !>? ed.an i ?ivat.-d AhnthaTii Lincoln, and after linn Alel?'?-?' .h.hu.? tb\ tu the PraeltlellC) . (nilli ?men, I rt-iualu with in mu reiperf, TDiirs, _o., lil ..I?.? Y. S,TKIVBK?SSKK Al?e?.or. VI HI, Deirlet, N. Y. Tn I iiit-i i ? K' tri- ei." (hainuaii -Tuarn? ( '.iintuitte, aud C Ifaaaai u ee?j. "PEACE" IN TEXAS. The X. I. Tune? ol yi-terday, iu it? o?litorial sum? mary ol the Hi-WmoI the ii,u, ?ay?: " It it e.tin aird that 1,-00 |rer?on? have trnved at Olivet. (on ai.'l Hi.lint, i It-it? |r i?i ape Hie |,t-r?e.-i tiona ol K'ier ti 11? ni the int-iinr n!,,i r,,li und murder on both ?!d??i In iii-, in-iiiiat, li, f?r iiluiel.-r Affair? throughout ?he State are ii?.,? tsaaaiat *?,,,?" laaiaadtf bttttl, mid niuuniereble out rage? ?n Lum I, reeorde?! ' ?Tlicet- guerrilla? ure almost ii not quita wholly ex-Keltel soldiers. They hohl that work it tho destiny ol " ?iii?*"*?in," und utterly un-iuited to chivalrous Whiiea like thetiiselves. 4 If courue, "tliey rob and ! murder mdi-i liniin.itely for plunder;" but th? de j I'.-iiseli.Hi? negri??', ,.n. their special prey, beeta? uti \ ?irot.-i t.-.l by l?-g ii niithority or public sentiment. '1 l,e I!!.n k- murdered m T.-\,|. ttlnn.? since tiie return Of " I'eili e " .IP- \ ?TV tlLtl'V : ll!1(l not OI1C ()f tile lll'ir ii, r, : hat at yat beta paaiahti bj State aatkacity. Wln-re i-th - t., i-mi * Wini power is to supply the OOtTM live ' T? ins hiiv t't pt.'.itit.il new ?papers whereof 40 are "(.'iiiiM-rrttiTe"?that i>, ex Re bel? and .'. I ni.ni, m i- KaiIii ,il a? they run venture to bt? Mu?t of their conductor? li\<- in con-taut teiror. A letter j,;*f r,, live,I trniii Collin County ?Ute* that ThriHik niorton, aatr Oaaataar, mi'ie a speech ?here jtm\ bet?re the poll? ii]m-IU?i1, which W11? in ("tlei-f B ?leiiUtl i lit.mi ,,? trety Baa who ilaaiM dure to rata ti.- Badleal ticket, which lind tin' __Ftcl o? iliniini-.iitii* the Bnti-Rebel iota at leant half. It was *,, m nott tountie?. It was peri.h tir safo : ?very where u> vote for TIihh kmortoii ; it was paiU nus ?t in'-l poIU to rata 1er PM .?? Heine, the vote o' n..ii.i al the ?attora an.l aaaaaalOaaatiai hal? in,,?t ..r falta imiriiniou? foi Throckinorton. Ami V,.. v.,th bat ?'? al tin? IS i.ew papan on atnr_iday while I, ?it two ni the?e hint uiiv gen.r.il ? iriiilii?ion, IV i- n ,,-.-., d IS.0Q. \,.tes t.? soin.-4i!,is?.i..r Throck n.orton. Mad nil ah<? ilf?ireil Peiae'i success voted lor h.in, hil [???li would prol.?il.ly have reached *-(l,(??J.. Vet -.v.- ure .In.i. tolil bj "C.n-iervativ?-" joTniiiU mu? r?,...ii. rat] it um Bo ithaca LayaUati or HadicaU have no party a? their back but " nif-gent.*' If they Van Ij.rli findet teil ipiiii?t nol.-ine ami terrorisiu. this could no lm:i_u: ! '? ?,ri-!ii:ile,|. SHE ARIAH THE SHEEP. W'ha'ever nirtv be thought of the welcome extended to tin-fPresidiTi! in the little tOWBI wln-rt- two or il.r",- vee | ttl.ered together, or in tins overgrown New-VorV, where _NnWM more of a mob. we have r?Tid iiotliiiL' in the whole hutairr of the prugre.-s so touching u* the at-couut ol' Mr. .IoIhimiii's welcome in Waeliingtoi . All th" i li-rks in all tim DBfaittMBtf wt-r?' iiotilicil, it ?[.peur-, lo ?mt on clean collars, and laaanOBaOj mbt at UM .->-remony. Mayor Wallach iiidtle the \t-ry lim-t (patch -.vin. h ttt evt-r read in the whole eour-o- ol'.rir txlttoBi I, then the Pre.ideti' mail.-the n? if tiin-t, nml then all tho clerki lapsetl into iii.e itinl ?[.proj.riafe -lio'.itmg. Hut this is ?laut, and we will n?it stop to di-_us.i it further than to ohrerve that we are h-kntod bj Mtgnfi that "the pre*?uro upon all the 1 >epiirtuiuutt< for (?ern al ?,t,?i ions eontuiues with unabated furore." What with the nun w .o ,lo not wunt to be turned out, and the nun w_o|do wunt to be turned in, wu have every rea?on to believe that there was a noi?y and air?-cung dem,lustration. It is the nio?t natural thing , o',. . Lillie. Hut it i? 0M thing to bellow and quite another thai* to dis'nr-e I,'inga are not breeches-pocket?. A petty plate-holder may be perfectly willing to put all bis wind at the disposal ol the President, but may not b?> exit, ty euraptured t > lind hiui.elf taxed three per i.-nt m, hil nh_tj to .ustain .lohnsonianism in tho Diilriat of Col inri.._ lad tkawhan. This is the biKity which "the Democratic Johnson Club" of Washington is said to b?< levying, and we say boldly that, coii-iderin,' Um price ti bread and beef, it ia a burning "katta, orb, c-ht,tiling always has its draw* : back? however liberal its emolumenta. It can never be ifraaB-ta to any honorable man to feel tha? his i daily tupply ol' bread ami bitter may be suddenly tilt i,ti by thu whim, the ingratitude, or tho interest ol' hi* ?superior: thtt be is merely making merchandise of hi? opinions and coining hil principles into daily wages; that in order to be paid for work whn.h he must do, he must do work 1 for which he ia not paid at all. He may, moreover, ! be willing to give, aud yet be extremely unwilling to ' bo taxed. The right to take three per cent implies : the n *ht to take thirty; the wire-workers and the muiiA-ors who to-day ?windle moderately, may to | morrow become absolutely exorbitant; and ho who is i asked to sustain the Administration by a money con* tnbuton, may well consider, with grief and appre? hension, that it is not likely to hare many votes for which it does not roundly pay. About all such oper? ations there must always be a suspicion of extortion, for human nature under such circumstances is rarely moderate, and while the payer is helplesi, the payee is usually both hungry and unscrupuloiii.. The-ro are, taatlM a good many clerks in Washington who are women, and who do not vote all. Are th .ne tender creatures alio to be subjected to the venesection of the "Johnson Club''' And who or what, ?e pray to be told, is the "Johnson Club' that its marauders ahould go bullying about the pub? lic building*, levying contribution!, frightening pub? lic lervanu out of their money, fixing the per eentage of voluntary contribution!, and with their axet in their handi txtorting donations f What it this telf-coniti Vatad tnanoal whr?h thai obtrud-t y\it?\f ui>vt ti)? '???ililli- service, and swind!c4 and steals ander tho i rv noses of high ( (Beers of the ?jovernnient. Why are the sturdy boggnrs not kicked out when they make their impertinent calls I Bul good, perhaps, may come of this. If there are any stout clerks in any of the offices who find their cheeks tingling with tharne at this novelty of degradation, the Lord grant thom moral courage to to assert their manhood and to say i " Wo are poor, we have neod of onr in??in?*?i. but soonor than be the bumble slaves of Mr. Andrew Johnson, we will black the boots of our fellow creatures, or carry bricks and mortar in a hod." If a doten or two would nay that, this insolent " Johuaon Club" would be nowhere! THE NAPOLEONIC MANIFESTO. Paris telegrams of the 17th aad leith of September inform na Hint the French Government has issued t?he manifesto on the recent occurrences in Europe, which baa for some time be-on expected. It is in the form of a circular, and has, according to general belief, been drawn up by Napoleon himself. The abstract of the circular which is given by the cable telegram is too brief and obacurc to convoy fully the moaning and significance of this important docu? ment. Its main object, however, is clearly to assure Kiirop?? of the thoroughly Dacific intentions of Louis Napoleon. It goes so far as to represent the recent changes in Kurope as favorable to France. It again announces that the Franco-Italian Convention, con? cerning (he evacuation of Rome, will be faithfully car? ried out. Finally, it again lunts, a.- the dispatch says, at "the annexation of people of the same language and interests to any of the Powers vi Kurope." The pacific spirit of the circular is in full accord with the poln y professed by France during the lost mouth. Whatever may have been the character of the negotiations betwuen France and Prussia, con cerning the cession of territory by the latter to the former?the matter is still fur from being cleared up? from the time when the Prussian Government declared its determination not to cede an inch of German soil all the public manifestations of tho French Government have professed a desire to maintain peace, and an ac? quiescence in the successes obtained by Prussia and Italy. The resignation of Drouyn de Lhuys had, according to the common belief of the Paris pre s, the saine meaning. Drouyn de Lhuys, who, during his whole political life has been anxious to be on good terms with the Catholic party, was be? lieved to sympathize strongly with Austria and with the Pope, and to bo on that account a very determined opponent of the aggrandizement of Prussia and oi the evacuation of Rome. The circular assures us, with r??ir trd to these two important questions, that France will take no offense at the growth of Prussia, and no lmiger force the temporal dominion of the Pope upoa an unwilling people. If these assurances could be accepted with entire confidence, they would indeed remove some of the greatest dangers to the poace of Kurope. No one can doubt that the Prus?ian Government and the German people will continue their efforts for completing the national uni-y of Germany, with or without the con? sent of France. It France at any future time should try to interfere in this movement, it must, without fail, bring on a fearful struggle. On the contrary, ii France will allow the Germans to enjoy the .same national uuity which ha? long Iteeu enjoyed by KngLiud, France, Spain, Russia, aud other nations, the Germans will soon and without ?iil'iculty achieve their object. The same is the case in Italy. The effort ot France to save any kind of sovereignty for the Pope must lead to serious difficulties with It.tly. while her non-interference in Italian affairs would settle the German question in less than a month, ?ud ?Jtrm ko Barep? ? narr guaraiiton of pmmem. m conclusion, the circular again hints at thowell known opinions of Napoleon concorning the nation? ality question. If the doctrino which is expressed in th? un ?liar was sincerely carried out, if people of Um MM! laagaagB and interests, which are now sep? arated from the niain trunk of their nation, were al? lowed to rejoiu their kindred..the nationality princi? ple would become the redres* of the greatest wrongs which have b?*eu suffered by Kuropean peoples, and tin- most efficient preparation for a lasting peace. But in the present position nf Kuropean politics, the nationality doctrine is ottener used by ambitious prince? a* a pretext for acts of violence, than by un? interested statesmen as a means to promote harmony* between nations, and to promote the interests of |MMa lu the mouth of Napoleon the reassertion of tin? principio may, therefore, mean either an appeal to the sympathies of the Doblest patriots of the Kuropean couiitr:.??, or a loophole for returning, when a luitable opportunity offer?, from the prole.?ion* of j>eace to the arbitrament tt the sword. Hie failing health of Napoleon makes it probable tba' he is more intent upon securing the contiuoance of bil J.? misty than upon risking uncertain wars. While ?t amore favorable Juueture of circumstances he would Lardly resiit the temptation to ri^k a war for the rectiiu .i'.ti:i of the French frontier, there aro many rOMOM (B believe that his present profession! of peaceable designs are sincere. MAINE. Papers like The World, which have nothing better to do, ar?* idiiiiL' their time?precious time which can never be restored?-in vain attempts to explain nway the Maine elections. They go hack as far as lt??O to show that Maine really never did amount to much politically, never will, and that her vote is of not the slightest con? sequence aa an indication of National sentiment. Indeed, the unfortunate ?.tate is almost out of the Union, it is so far away from the South. But u.? ti is of no consequence whatever, we are surprised that these papers make such a noise about it. Rut. with all their explanation!?, they con never ex? plain away Figure?. The Arithmetic is one of our best campaign documents, and a little ciphering is often Itetter than a great deal of argument. Wo re? ceived last night returni from 40?? towns, which give Gen. Chamberlain a tot.il of G??,19**", against 4(',4?JO for Pillsl.ury. This majority of 27,77!? can hardly be argued into a matter of no significance, especially when we compare it wiihthe I'nion votent' l-??4. Gov, Cony then had a majority ol Iti.KiH, which, with the wldition of 1,996 majority he received from Maine ??..dieri in the held, shows a gain of 7,9?7. Explain this away, gentlemen, if you can. We have now almost the entire vote of the State. The towns to be heard from are the French settle? ment! in A roo?! took, and ?50 miall towm in other coun? ties. In let. 4, the aggregate vote of these towns was ??.,(?7. giving 1.--W4 for Cony, and 1,793 fur Howard. The Cnion papers of the State expect a slight iucrease of their vote, and a small majority for Pillibary. But nothing will bring the Union majority below 27,?>00. The Senate, of course, is unanimously Union, and in the House there is reason to believe that the Democrats will scarcely have a dozen members. But eleven are thus far claimed, and the election of one of these, in York, is contested* The county ticket has been carried in every county. The triumph is complete. The Copperheads have a singular method of adding up these returni. They make the National Union majority which the Maine vote indicatei but 00000, and we will accept theie ciphers?only patting.a ? before them. Undoubted evidence 'now reachet us from the South that the terrible army worm is devastating the Cottoa field? from Tixai to Georgia- In the Gulf fltatea, the weather set in wet and cold in the second week of this month, and in a few days the worms began to appear in great numbers. Early planted tgA w|U*?4riaot4 oontoo o*_ ?v* M t_l?g?Uj dip* ace?-! mt? late and lackwird crop! will, in man? eaaats b?- aImost toUl,i' daatroyad. a. PATENT RAT TRAP. A volnnteBer .correspondent, w1-0 evidently tbi__, biuisclf sharp, ?ena" us ? -,triD? of qtt'-?itioiu whereof the gut is all co-otai-V"*-- ?? tbi? one: -Arathe S-tstes wMeki tn rs?Wl rtprsse-alatH? in Cma gnma ?rat of tb? Uirtaa. .or in tis Uuloo. or out tor ???a? fm. poees _4 is (mt ether? r ilas-ssr.?Ne Stoles ar?^ refused representation ia Congress. Certain 8talaa, which have been fighting for four years to destroy Ol'* Union, are within tb? territorial boundaries and aado?" ?*? rigRiful authority of the Union ; but they are oart ot ' thei r proper practical relations to the Union, and ara Io bt brought book into them io soon as they safely an. ? j'titJy can bo. Congres hw prescribed the way in tbe ?Poustit-itiooal Amendment, dow awaiting ratification by the ?-kates, and Tennessee has followed tbat wsy, and it has lad her back into her old tinto* in Hie Union, wh_nh shs should never have destroyed. Let the others go and do likewise. A PRACTICAL IDEA. Among the news of tho day is an item comer -.?og an educational institution in Kansas, which deserves a more "extended notice. The ?Ottawa Indians of that Sute?a small tribe, numbering about 2T?| souls?have, with the approval of the Genertl Government, set apart 20,000 acres of valuable lands, comprising more than one-fourth of their Ree ervalion, for the endowment of au Indian College, located in their midst, 25 miles south of Law? renee. In addition thereto one section of 640 acres is made, by treaty stipulations, inalienable and unten? able; and on this buildings are being erected and a farm opened, on which the children are requited to labor for a itipulated time each day. Exteniive be? ginnings have been made in forest and fruit-tree grow? ing, as indicated in an account of this institution pub? lished recently in our columns, embodied in a lecture on " Forests for the Prairies." These Indians who, thirty years ago, were bar? barian!, have thui shown their regard for civilization; and, by enlarging this school, they hope to instruct pupils of promise from other tr ibes.who will be of ser? vice among the wild tribes of the Plains. Thia institution is something more than a visionary scheme, having been developed by the Indians them? selves during their tutelage. They hare had a com? mon school for some years, and they now prnpote to establish one of higher order, and receive pupils frota abroad, of whom there are many already applying. By the terms of the treaty, the pupils must be in? structed in agriculture and the mechanic arts. As a practical effort, proceeding from the Indians them? selves, this entcrprrto merits the most earnest en couragement. THE CITY'S CA NDIDA TE. Democrats and Weed Republicans count with big assurance on 40,00u majority in the City for Hoffman as the champion of municipal right*. The truth is that Mr. Hoffman did nothing to merit such a recog? nition, while Got. Fenton has done enough to receive the official thanks of the local authorities without die? Unction of party. At a meeting of the Board of Su pervisors, held May HO, 1?<6.">, Messrs. Elijah F. Purdy. Wm. M. Tweed, Smith Ely, jr., Jas. Davis, Wm. R. Stewart. Sheridan Shook. Wal'er Roche, Henry ?Smith, John Foi, and Andreas Willmann being pres? ent, the following resolve, offered by Supervi?r Ely, was m-nmimoi?tly adopted: Ret?!ve,I, That the thanks of tho Board are due and sr? hareby tendered to his Kxeellsncr, Gov. Fenton, for bis recent vetoes of various bille passed ths Legislatur? of thia Stat? miring in* apon th? right? and franchises of this city and county, and re tmcere/y congratulate the people of the State of Neir-York on Anfing an Executive who pom itttet the ngtlmnce and fearleiinen nccenary to torrect the errort of haily and improper Icgiila/ion. ?We challenge the friends of the Mayor to show na any such record for their champion, indorsed with to marked an emphasis by his own party in office. Let it be known that Gov. Fenton has the acknowledg? ment of the bitterest of h)s political enemies tbat bo has Iteeu "vigilant and fearless" in the pcrformanoa of his duty. REPRESESTATION OF NEGROES. Te the Editor ?J The .V. Y. Trikntt?. ?Silt: A number of mechanics would like to han you aniwer tht following Ai tht law of the i au J nandi to-day. are ?rt aegroas ta count live, or only three, io mating up the basis of represeata tion to Congrats, in ths Southern State? I Tennessee [?snag bean admitted how ?ill ttey enumerate there l Mast Vorias. Animer.?From and after the next apportionment? which will be made in l*-71-2?live negroes will count five, and will balance ti ve White men. The Federal C-jnstitution know? and makes no dis? tinction on account of color. lu baeis of representa? tion in Congress is "the xehelt number offre* persons, and three-filths oi all other persons." (Art. L. sec. 2. ) When the existing apportionment wa? made, tho niocks, with few exception :, were not " free persons;" thiy were ''other persons," and counte?! accordingly. In all future apportionment?, they will be counted aa " free persons. "?[ Ed. Trih. The t onititntionaliit of Georgia quotes the speech of Geo. H. Pendleton as "a marvelous proper" plat? form. "" We can stand with Mr. Pendleton on that platform?' no mtker eomlttwm than than pmcribeA kg the Conititation'?me\i\i all the pleasure in the world. But we can't go anything that smells oi loyal, or r-quinti at the Te?t Oath, or any form er modification thereof whatsoever. The game would n't b? worth tho caudle." Inasmuch as the Constitution recognises such a thing as treason, weare curious to know the opinions of Th? Conttitntionaliit on the subject of hanging. Bat we pan this to give room to the opin? ion of Gen. Jamei L. temper, whom Tit Camititn ttonalli! proneunces a good soldier and a sagacious pa? triot. Keuiper having been misunderstood us indors? ing the DOolittle Convention at Philadelphia, ei plaina himself shrewdly r " I t-frsfore would tin nothing to preveat or illmtoiih its ? aeree? ?. ?nr?in?t tte KadRel party, mt ?t tbs ?am? tim? I could not ratify ?erern] ot the d?el?r?tk>ni Mt oat In tit? reso? lution? and ?ddret? adept? ii st Philadelphia. I could nsvsr estent to. or scjai'scs in any mot) declarations as tbst weof the Sqath had, as Rebels and' ..-.lurieut?. made otfiniive war upon the t'uited Suis?; thal I would never ??ree thit ihe carne we baw lett wa? sol as just ?ud righteous ss any is whick w?rrit)r and patriot bad ever drawn the ??ord. I ?pa? cified other ?ejection? to tbe reio.nt.uiii and address, asd teid that, ?peahing for mynlf alor*, wlabiag to lead or intaeaea the action of na other man. I ihoold lilently float do?n ti? stream of event? until a juncture could be reached ?biet woald ?Bable Virginia, ?rAstist edltting te (Al Union of th* Con itiluttun, fully end untyutto. alty to rta?rm her nntmnt, ??ri ptiittd and tndtliruetibli ferine,pitt. ' If Kemper don't understand Southern tide-water marks who does f Frequent reference is made by public speakers to the noteworthy fact that at the beginning of hit career, the President repeatedly describ-ed his at? tempts at reconstruction a? experiments. He is charged now with bad faith in iusisting that they an accomplished facts. We do not share this view of tho case. They teere experiments?experimenti on th? faith, confidence and patience of the loyal millions of the North. They were experiments te see whether they would surrender, in the White House, to that Treason which they crushed in Dixie. Vermont says No. Maine say? No. And all the people will tay No? Let the President take heed. Maynard, in Faneuii Hall, stated the issue with ad mirahle terseness. The question is, be Mid, whether you shall reconstruct the disloyal Sutes or whether they ihall reconstruct yoa T HU ?lisia?! ./normal bal published 15 column! of the names of soldiers who indorse the platform ol tho Utjgft Coari?a.i?Mi whiob raoommate?! Uor If-tato?.