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PAT ABT) KVfc.NIM. sons ol' I KFKItOM-O'.N TOM TIIfMH
AND WIFE ?.'lilli. 111 NDRED 1 liol SAND ( t KlOSllii.a
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TUIS BVKNINQ-riAMON ASH PYTHIAS.
?ROADWAY Til KATER,
TIllBEVKMN'G-Tllb IHN? II1IACK, Mian Juli? Peau.
BROADWAY 0PKRA IIOI'SK Ki 600 Broadway.
T?MU? KVKMNll-OKOIU.IA MlNSIKELs thr urtat SltieTionpe.
TERRACE (iARDKN
THIR KI? KM N0?Theodore Tbornu ? I'opiilar ?iard-n Concert?
Bnemc?S ?iollcco.
Palms Exposition.
BxiAa How?, Jr.,
l're?.rlr?it of tate
Bow? Bbwimu Machins ('oMrtar,
Awarded a
Gold Mbdal,
Aad ere ?led a Knioht of (?Se
rfrt.,10? ?? Hulton,
11/ Ute
Rmi'Kror Napolbo"?,
Var tbe Sewinit Machine, ?hieb pate "the How? " al tlir beal of all
Sr? mr. Machine Ki
Tai Ilowa Skwinu Manns-n Tru-bi'hast!
The First a?d Lut M ach i mr in the TTBBlltl
Amkuuas (Waltham) Watch l?,.
'IHK lil -1 IN lill WORLD.
Ba 't Krerr??bore.
,Sl-l- IAI. 1 lil. '?:\M KKOM THE I'.lUts EXPO
arrt'>i?.
Mudd BaMaM to Hie Wera Staiaf MacLlue Co., Kr? Yor?
T?a All Rrofclwar.
A.?Ni". 575 Broamtat.
.iKor Dum.
Jil Willina; ?'ii? oom? rta t?.r ladlee
.:<? I" a .-u .i '.? ra? ii ' - - 11..- oal) i>'?i r ? .
'article u it liim.iK- -, .Vi
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El K1.KA BUCK MACHINE.
Til? uti t TRTiT RRt !ARi ? BaUOS Mai iusb is .Aurui. ?
parida aad .me pan ??'
'li/?team I'i'wi'i s Hoad for a circular.
Ahii?m BkMICA, Gene ral Agenl No. 141 '? fork
The Franklin lim? k I?AI tunk
Te ?oqaeetionaMr tbe most ?i-upl. .rffectiTe and reliable machine yet in
Tenl-sl
, 1'nce, with run Iel? ano! trnck? rompM??. $800. J. II. Rbmck, Pro
flHletoi.Ho TI ?- 1 , Room No M._
TlIK MlsKUl! s S, i ii i;i i, BT THE VICTIMS OK
Psvsa and Aare, ?re ?aSS RVBS,
bk ern* wre tor ?ti Chill? ?nd attetoBBg F? mr?. Bali it.- i
Mm it \Nt> Kia ? KLKS.
The ?al? rr)i?l.!> r.-n..-. r fir iho.e bra?? ii ?. "??.ration? on the fare
|SM?4 M.itb lau..-- -.1.. r'-'i....- ia PBR? I HECKL? L.i
Thin. 1'rtip?.i-' .? i I'i'.Kiii. Derm I ' Hood
al , Ne? lark - . I?r h,mlo.
Uir-, t .nul Ornamenta] Hair.?1
eS;nalitT ! Ail ?liadr? at 1
CeVtea Vignette, $'S per dozen; Duplica!?
*llne??ti?r<- r,g , f. > ? No It. 1
" Ellittic Lock si reu 9i wing-M ?chi
y.r.t prrmi" ; ?riuJwajr. Ci)?lal Iih.i , vuiuti te?a.ou,
Tin MV ; i M \ni i i. rCHING Co.
N- . Cork.
PLOREKi k. m w im;-M \( HINES.
Rkik ich.
Parr Fawn ? I aa \\.iki:> N 505 Broadway.
\\ i i i> >i.w im. M v. ihm - 1 iii: Ni a MODEL.
.AVi.r.h? ti atu- - roadwsjr.
Wiii.ki.ki: \ Wilson's Lock-Stitch ?avr
nKVMACaiXK and Hi sar.
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i GaovKR & Ham k's Higukst I'm.mu m 8bw
^TBO MaCHI?BI, N?. tu*. Di _
Will? ?ix & limns Sewing Machine.?"Ita
eWaaila lea? litt?., to np ?. . >ri?iim" at the
Xlrato Tnal. 1 Bato _
( The Howe Machine Co.'s Lwk-Stitch Sew
\n?<i Maihisk?. kim Ilt.wR S). torliriaal lareator af ttoSawaM-a*
lehiao), Proaidont M?. I s ,_
, "PaLUEK's l'AlKNI LiMl.s, !. I.\-i
?Bbtobt' Atoreaa Pt. Pat??? oalr, l'hili Buetoa.
Satisfaction <?i vkanti
?and ?Miner refunded int-un ? ???? ?heir Dobtmia? Soap .
Crutadoro's IIaik Dyb best eyer man
lTaf?<A?rr.! tud re-tai I i al?
?Va i'Ni'Ki.ii in.Niii? Tan hph.
Ca?li DisraTi :i ?i
"Stiijtwat k SilM?, Of .N'rwVurk "
Illira toea awarde4 bj th-Su?.r.mr Jury of tts :iir. FmiT
jooui MruAL o? MakiT Bjr Hit Mi/tift drgret of ptrftttion
Ja??ar(, and upryhi J", ?nor. cin</ the bmM Bala
JliV grntUtt progr. bj ta ta <?>? t'.i BaMSa "/piano forte$, uith Vk iiron-j
mii*?OT?rm*nt v/th'Sirnvnr Intrrnatiuval Jirv.
le edditi.in t? ti.. ?U..-.- M-ui*ar le Soaa taaiereceiTeJ the fullowiog
ICablediapatch
Pa?i?. Ju1t?L
Ttocrejit s.s.t. .. Hean\ Art? t.f Pari? lave, after a tai'
Asalto? ?fill the B;u?i'al i!.i.:riimrnt<etl,i!iit?-d at the Pari? Ktpoiil.oD,
? warded to Ktkiw |
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MONDAY. JULY H, 1807.
TERMS Ol' TUE Hil T.,
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Ekmi Wai m ? Titiiit m:. jM:u1 Bubscntkurs, *i pel an.
WBBKLV liaillM . Bla? .SiibMill.tTS, $U ]K.-i annnm
A d v e i t i a i ii ii Rates,
Daily Thiihnk. 30<M*nts r??'i Imp.
si-mi-Wkk.ki y Taia?Ki. 2.',(?nts pti una.
Wai ki v 'I anora, %\ 50 pe? liut.
'iViniR, cash in advan? ?
Addrttv?, Tat Tbjbi km. New?York,
THE TMMMU2? I y EUB0F?.
Stevens hkothkks, .iBi-nts fur Aawrieaa Liai t
BIBS, No. 17 IlMiri.tt,! st, Com ni QsaBCB, LaadBBVaBi
afwailarTaaTatacai n.t.rcit i:i inn
C. B. Norton 4 Co., American Hanlu-r?, Xo. li Rue
Auber, Paris, aro a|f?iita for Thk Titnu nk in train i .
A. ASHER A Co., ItiMik^'Hcrs mid taMlslkl is, No. ?a
TTntor den Lindtu, Bellin, BBS ar'( nts foi Thl Tkii-.i m. m
I'nissas.
I Cabl (iEBOMi'g So?, Bookscllur and Publifelir-r, fst- fans
plats, VMnins, iaanint for Thk Trii?nk il Aiistn.i.
au the abovo agents will rtijciv?: aasaarta?ttaaa bb4 n?i
T6rtiK?'nieiita fur Titi. Tkiiu m? and nujiiiy rsptCS O? Un
y?i*or to AuicncAiis t? ni|-v/riirilj- lu saaaBesB,
TO cnilJ?SPO.Sousts.
a? Btolraaaato ??koa of Antmrmoa? Comniumeatiena Wh?t?Ter I?
toeeaSto lar laaenioe mnat I? anthontirato.1 br thr Lii?? ,ud addre??
at Ue a riler?aet ???.e.sai.i; tor publlcjUiea, but aa a auaranlr (el
baa tread karka.
All b?uueae lenora tor tbla otBce ?bouid be addieieetl te Taa Taia
VBB,' Bewlork.
Wa aaaa?l aaWaaiaSo to roram raieeito reaamenieat.oiis.
AdvtirtuviiHiits i??r tins ?wraik's ?ssin of I'i.t
WaaaLt Tantas ?mi t4 baadad ia T-lni
Pf Letten from Our Special CorrapondenU
at Saratoga, Hunton, Indianapuli*, and ?avail,
(lomAUncewunts at Troy.deorgctoun, and Yon
kera, the lion. Thomas J. Durant'* Speech at the
Mortal Science Contention, Medical gorietie?
and female Member?, and Art Criticism on the
tecona page; Grant on Sherman, Our Minister
io Mexico. Dohles Ferry. Fvrm Item*, Commer?
cial Intelligence, ?uni Market Imports on the
third pane; Semite on the sixth page; and Civil
iUturt Imports and Ship aYiw? on the seventh
page. _____________
For wile, the Diit?li Colonies on Um- i.?;i-f ?ii
Guinea and in tiie Weat Indi**. For iuller
into! ?nation M ?? oui European news.
VV?3 poUf?u thi? morning the oil! ?al di*pateh
from lien. Dorliiio Diaz. aniiiranciDg the cap?
ture of the City of Mexico, und the reply from
mmlm Me*??,n MiaiiAtter of \Var.-Mcjia. M*tr<_ue4 |
" li a ?small patty, cMipcd, and hi* where?
about* were unknown.
Tin* gold live-franc pic?-<\ and iU multiples,
li.ivi' lii?ti lived upon as the ba*is of a niiifonn
im.-inational currency by teat Congress now
?Utting in Paria. _
Tin- case foi llii' prosecution in the trial of
Sun.lit Wag closed on Sat m day. and Mr.
J'radlcy, jr., opened toi the defense. The de?
taft] will attempt to br-ak down tin* charm ter
Of the witnesses for tin- (.nveininent, and to
prove Snnatt's absence from Washington at
the time of the assassination.
Pnlilic opinion in Euroivo |g btttgajglng moie
and more unanimous in the rejection ol' capital
]>uiiisliment. To the many Parliament s vshi? li
han voted in favor ol' ita abolition, now the
P? t t?znese Chamber of Deputies must be
added, windi adopted a motion foi its aboli?
tion. ______
Th" EngUah Covennm-tit, tired of their pro?
tracted and naolfatl m kfOt latioiis w it h King Tbeo
dorus ot Abyssinia, have at Itjasga*. revived to
compel, by force of ni ins. the King to idease
the English captives. AnaiiKoments to that
efl'eet have probably been made, with the King
of Egypt? who is At present in England. When
the fn-t m ws of this warlike measure readies
Abyssinia, the lives of the cap'ives will be in
great! dangei baa the wr??k of the King. _
The King ot Hilvana has signed tlic new
Zollverein Convention, windi places the sn
pteine iii.inaL'ciiieiit of the commercial affairs
oi the South Genua states m i"iiy in the
hands of Pitissia a**, this powei 1ms already
contiol of their militai v tones. All the South
i.t lilian Slalcs Ita Mid to be wholly au'iced
on the subject. Some ot the Paris pap?is vio?
lently deny the light of the South < iel man
i.iiM'iiiniciils to ( (?m bide such alliances. Hut
the Planeta Covcinuieiit appeal* not to move
at all in the matter.
The aru'iinient that the l?a-bel States no
Ion ?/cr need military government ha?-liad many
refutations, to winch aie added the mindi -ions
attack upon a peaceable procession ot colored
men at EranUlin, Teoaoegaa. and the disclosure
of the (ondition of Texas, in the I.epubli an
Convent ion of that Stale. The delegates fiom
many ( onnlies lepoit that jiislicc is a fane,
and tbat the lives of I'nion men an- in pci
petoal daniel. The son ot Mi. Ritchie, one of
the dtlogBlan. w.is neinlly murdered lor no
other reason than that he bad lerved in the
onion Anny, and liis mnitieici lives in safety.
That tioveinoi Thro? kinoiton refuted Co inter?
fere in this ean contiruis the necessity ot the
]iolicy l'en. Sheridan|has"ado])t( d in Tel It.
The N.ivv Department in Washington bal
received a letter fiom Commander F. A. Kee
of the I'. 8i steamship 1 .icony, niloimiiiK UM
Depaitmaal that, in compliance with a re<|iiest
from the conniiandei 0? the Aiistiiatn man-of
war Elizabeth, lie addn ssi d a letiei to l'ie-idcnt
Juan/, ii -kin?*: him to give np the
body of Maximilian. It appears that the
Mexican Coveiniiii-nt ha?, nins? d the reqnecta
and are now leam bv Cable that flu- Au-irian
(ioveitnnent, will itiniicili.it? fly dispatdi a lit -et to
demand the body. All the Euiopeau tioi em?
inent.-? .?.how the most inti iim <v m merit, and i!
can baldly be doubted that but for the United
Statis | iie'v and formidable combination of
European Powers agninst the Republican 'mv
enunenl of Mexico wonld be fornted.
We won.lei that The Ac lo,/. 7'//,os
should mdoie the silk idea that the (Jucen
of Englaad is likely to be compelled to abdi?
cate, in eoaaeqiMiMe of the discontent ot bet
subjects agitJag out of lui Beagled of that
Court ngfeailllj in which the aristociacy tal.e
.?tah prodigious t)eligfat Whatrvei *MrtBftf/
may have taken place in the EngMata riiin/I on
the abstract Queetiofl ot the usctulmss of loy?
alty, it is notorious that no monarch who lia?
? sat ob the tin me oi England hal bad a
firmer hold 00 the affei lions of the people than
yileen \ letona; and it is well known that the
(anses which have lowen-d lui in the esti
inat4on of the nobility and their m.u
midon-i have contributed to stn n'/tin n
lui ])ojuilarity with the niasses, foi'whom the
vy but hollow ceiemonials of State have
lost UM attiaetiveness they onie po?-<- i,|.
It is a hopeful H))_'n that even the House of
I.old?, is gradually getting ashamed ot muiic
Of the glaVring abuses still existing in English
legstJartoil. One ot tin se aim-is, windi WttOOU
to be doomed to a speed'- death, ii the c\? cs
sive wealth of the lush (lundi. The .U.tael.s
against it BO loaget piorced exclusively fiom
tin- I.oman Catholics and the l?iiilieals, hut the
E?M-ial party in Parliament is illino?! I unit in
detaainling ? thorough investigation of the
vaine, with a view t.o te form. On the J li h of
.lune the House of Lotdl agiced toa inoiion by
J.all liiissell that IB address be presented
to Um QiH'cn, ptaying iOt the appointment
of i Royal Coniiniss-ion whuh is to pro?
cure full and ?ccuiate info) mat ion as to the
minne and amount ot t*M piopciiy and the
revenues of the Established Clniich bj Iidand.
Cue of the most inteiesting speeches mude on
the occasion was that by the Iiish Bithop of
Down, who proponed a contiderable icduttion
m the number of utchhishops, bithopo, and
Clergy ti the Established Church of Ireland,
and the consolidation of all the lcvenucs of
the Church into one common fund. This is an
important indication that eren the Irish bishops
deem it niMvssary to m.iKe concessions to the
di m.nuls oi public opinion.
VYhaterei may DC the diflen rices o? opinion
in rafard to a leag session ot Cangtrnm, ot Uka
Kubjects which it should cotisidir, the
til st woik It is c.xpecti'd to do is
tllO 84'ttlellient of the lecoiistl ildioii
question. The House Committe?- has decided
upon a supjili-ini'iitaiy act, piintdl eljM vv licic.
windi Mr. .stevens will iutiodiice to-day. ft
ii. < lues that the original aits intended
that the Kebd State (ioveninients were
UabgaJ, and that they were to be subjett
to the nnlitary commanders and the authority
of Congress only; that they anthon'/, d
the removal of State oflie?rs and the
appointment of otheis, at the discretion of the
Commanders, to whom power was also giv**n
to set aside any act? of State or Municipal
tioveiiiments within the-, mstricts. This <-on
stnidioii of the previous acts is lediactcd,
and all aets dono in aeeoidanco with
it are declared valid. It is further pro?
vided that the Hoards of Ketristration shall
have power to determine the (puiblications of
applicants for reftristratioi), and that the taking
of the prescribed oath is not to be considered
oondiuiive proof of fitness to vote. Civil courts
are declared to have no power to interfere with
the orders of the District Commanders, ami the
Ubt tH'Cjiou of the act prohibits their removal.
without ?ho consent of the Senate, or the refrn
lar procedure of court-martial.
191 duty OF the norn.
The recent State ('oin ? Tit ion at Ch.ulrtttos
ville expr?s-*?-?! (lie .sincere :iii?l hearty ?I?-sue Of
I very considerable proportion of tlie Witt?*)
of Vii^'iuia, in? Indium many ?*? WO? .utive
Kihels, to aodperata with Um lb-publicm party
m laatoriag td< Meering! of |teaee and Int. i
nily loeveiy portion 0? OU ?otintiy. It dsfBjM
ne\.'i- be fofotten (tat, when Virfinia,
Weekl aftei Mt. Lincoln's ?'lection, wal
Hist polled on UM demand of the
OcccadoiiiBiB. i v?iy largo ivtvjoritj of her
electors ?a.st their votes on the side of the
1 ui??i). Not till after War had been form.ill)
inanimate?! hy the reduction of Fort ?Sumter
was it possible to uri ii g from a majority of her
Convention ? vote for Secession. Many, even
of her BtatO Kiidits Dcimxtacy, stood
out a.tsMinst it ; while her VTUff, faith?
ful to the traditions of George W.i'-liinpton,
Tatiii k II?my, John Marshall, Jam?? Madison,
and li? ni y Clay, were n? -ally a unit in their
devotion *') the I'nion. 'J lie ili-li of ?unis
drOWUOll toi a scison the war (iii s ol put) ;
hut inilh?! the Whit,"?, MU the Ja? Uson-Van
Borea Peniocrali of Um South, era beertflj
fiatdiii/cd witt the di.s??pies of ?"alliotlii who
rAticce?di'?l in lolling over tin-in the .lu^L'oinant
car ?>1 St lissii n. An iunndatioii, whela at its
bight, rabnergei all old landniarkBi which, a?
it subsides more and moro distinctly r? appear.
Y.\cn ol' UM oM Nnllili'is, many HO ready
to say " What is Um use ol' neldag to gah ani/.c
"into life a ?lead issue T We honestly helieuil
"in Slate So vi in its'tit v as WO belieYed in B?BT?
"eiy; WO Ix-lit-vcd it our light to secede from
"the Union, and that oin sall ly dictated that
"resort: hot we staked that righi on
"au appeal to the sword, and loft. Ab
".stiadly, we may still believe ai we tot*
"meily did; lint we ?lo not rajrpooe to
"spend the roat ?>t <?nr ?lays in ?mit? inline that
"a dea?l hoTM OOght to lie a Ure ODO. We
"fought for ?nriaaion ami l?*t : we propooi
"to lie htiKitorlh |o\al rili/ciis of all imlhisi
" !>le Union. Will Um vi? tors allow iff"
The pataiiiiiniit authority of the Nation is all
established tatt, Secession is now hill the
shallow ol a mai row less .skeleton. Slav? ty is
as dead in the CarrjUnai m bl New-Jeraey,
while tin lf.rlin? ss to make the Equal Rightl
of All Alen the basis of oin BOW political edi?
fice is ?ltcidedlv stronger in Um foraaei than in
the latter. We shall bate ?nore ttifflealty la
gaining the Righi of Bnifrage tor the Blacka
of I'ennst h ania and Indiana than fog those ?>t
Alabama ami l-'buiila.
II.ive we st.iteMin n wis?- and broad enough
to seize the golden moment and Improti U lo
Um utmost" Shall the advaitii - in n!r tO BO
by siioh nu :i as QOT. BroWB of (?colmia, and
Gan. Longstteeti and Jeff Thoeapoon? and eroi
ao man.? otheis, be rudal] t? p?-ll? ?1 ' We can
tell them, if WO will, that tin y :u< Ki li 1-, who
onis'ht to be bang and th?ii prefer tj eoaili
Oiled; but ?an pom ? thus i?sMl be Kt.iined?
ami shonhl it bel Thoae qneatioDB will receivt
jiaitu.il niiswit
lbniis are juc? ions. The pteoeat leaaioB ol
Congi cm will hardly ant-has] aoal week. \\ ?
entreat those who fe? i that the work ol reit ore
(ton slionhl !??? stimul?t? ?1 and ha-ti ii? (I, ti. ?li.. I
togeiher, agree ob their coorie, and golferward
boldly tin Hill. Let the whole pi-oph
feel that, if tins broad Land be bo) ept. .1 i
stott ?1 to tiatiiii.d ??iiiinid, it will tint
t'llllt lit til? lil l?lllllll .His lilli (if till II l.'i |>i
tatives m Congn
HXOBOM6 AND Ililli: uu.ii,
The 1!.hIii.d basis of < .o\ i rrUAM nt is
Rightl foi All Citiaena. In filling public ta
tions, capa? ?ty, in? lit, fitness, an t.. bl
lu-eiiicly regarded? but aothiag so in.li n |
th?? eandidate'i color. Booh, are are ?nra,
the Haw <>t neailv .ill Hepnliln .ins, win tint
Black ??i White! Non hern n Southern.
There 1- a small band, however, whenin
Wendell PhiHtpi is cooapicuoua, who scm n
solved that some in? li sh.ill lae < lio-cn to ofllei
lu?anse they aie I'la? I?. I his ft asjaj B3 Bl I ?kill
to the Deoaoeratic error which woeJd csilmie
min iiom ollie?- toi that identical nason, l'ai
bOBCe Ix- the ?lay when a min shall l?e ahoOOB
IO ??Iii?? mainly la-cause li? is Black 01 ?MCBUie
he is White!
A Kitani Charlee li. Mom (tOBaetiiMi ealhd
"Col. Mons'"), willes as lollown to The Aittt
siiii mi Standard.
"Bpesking nf Vin 1 osrtaln distingulahed
st niitiii ? ant) Representative? ' lu/ii
? iiiiiim^ thenegro rot?, In tin ? vi" ? t.iii..n <.f >?<
timi ptisititiii, Win wake ap stame tim- nornins sud ti mi
lliiinw u? s Mimili 1I11IH mist, tin 11 iin- kftioan vot? ?> ill
lu I lu- rullna. TOil IB ? um n s.tin- of t li in 1 iiiiiii 1 ' the
1 illina mt!, I nu,m tin na?' last ?tu a. 1.111,11.1 iii i,
suit ?it tin 1 ii'iiinii. Thal 1.111 the Intrlllirsot \i
iiint(i-t ni'ls. nuil |b livmir lil* iiliiiis II. i
well that, without the oesTO vot*. .1 Reiiulillctui . indi
data im Pr?sident 1 annul u 11? cte?l 1
st.iiidiiiK thal t.n t, th.- Aftaoaaa begtB to darlsn
BnipbatTcsilj thal the RspubU? ia party shall
Batt iw ti" m .is in.iiii?.ii t..i ? ni 1 itiif ?iiitlniiA mil
then linn Hum asida la the dtanosiuon of ti" p
patronsKe. ?hej asi thatfurnlablnsj votsstnosl be n -
ciprocated by reeelvlng s jostshsreot the offices. Ami
in lliat tin 4 nit- iiu'lit. If 1- lui? siiii|i!c JllsttOO to tln-i
men v,Im du tin rotins, to frra&t tin m n tun proportion
of tin- ?iiin 1.ii positions, iii. h ?m ?i-\ 11,1! in i.ii.1-.- tiiti a
for tJto position of \m i President, and that raes elalm
iii,it tin- s? ? mill nilli c in the gift nt tin' natioa shall be
Ulled in .in. m. iliat, tiny ?ny, must lu- aecorded to
the Buick race bj the Republican nu ty as a proof of the
lunn ?ty ?if if-i ]irnf?'ssii,ii uf iitt.niiiiii-nt In t In ].in. |.|. -
ni 1 ?i 11.ii neills t.? nil linn, rcgardleaaof race 01 color. If
that di m.uni ti refused, the] ?rill eoasMer the Republi<
.m in?! ty dlaboneal In its professions ami rots %gr>irnt it
in Hi?- Presidential ele? Bon.
"in Unit view. Uto negro is right, aad it la to be k^wed
he will pat ttis part* to taal test Johu M Langaton of
?linn is ?a ?ii qualified to till the position of VI? President,
?ti?! tlif. Ullin? m ml iicifi lu- iisiiium-il nf Inalat Inn upon
the Kepnbllcan part) placing him apon the ticket ?1? t ti?- ?
ri .ml 1 non of receiving their support! au? li sa u?i w?mii|
i-ollipl? te till- tlllllli|i|| in nu lit illili Jlistn-r BO fal its |1?
ci|U.lill nf Liri- is t inn flin ii. It WtMBad alSO ?nit HU ?lit
to Hie trim mi UK. Intriguing conduct nf White se? in :
tint position, urn! l?-u\? them ut liberty load tumeellT lor
the next four vi ara.
"Suffi ail?.iiujii(l, rt'Milutdv luirVed up by the WkglPt
will be aun- tn sin 11 ? ti, um the Republican p.uti 1 mila not
?lo without that roto, 'iin negro rots in i??-.s will numb? r
iitxnit ?'.Mi.iaai.mseattaredoveraleraa Htntin as ta turn
the elections In auch din ctton sa ths) ahall use fit. l lu re
.ui',nl?o, about OOOrOOO votes In the Borth thal tvouldjoinln
aappotttiag ?tuch a nonilnation, aad that vote 1* so Us an ?1
asia tara tin elections into whatever direction they
choose la sight or nias other States. The Republic* u
perty, therefore, der? not refusa to Botalaats Mi 1
ston, or home ntlii r iiu'iiiIht of the Aft Utan rsee, If that
people resolutely require It. That they witt require It. I
nun- tin; fo??j, of lunn? ? ti 1 belieTing. Btrangei
ilnijtij' more dlareputubla thlnga l? .m h mp? m ! in
nfifii.ii iii.iii would lu- the election of \s.i,.|.p 1,
ss I'k ?nil nt ami Joba M. L?ngsten aa Vlor-I'
IBM The Republican parti umiM no1 dare rufus?
UDlltllllitlilil nt tills Ulai 1 li li milli! ?J Dal ?
Comments by 'Ihr Tribune.
I. The i'VuiiMican patty lia* si^nallv t:i
1 umpfied at the last two Tresidenlial KI? ?lions,
?is also in the Slate eontc-ts of lmfi and 1886,
by While votes almost ?'Xclnsively. NV? do
not know that a single Lincoln elector wau
?hosen at either ?'lection l?v Hlack v.?t?s, nor
that amy QoTOrnor <?r Meml?er of ('oii/m
ow?shis iiosition to negro %otes. It is sheer
asstii nplion that it. may not sinceed in *J8 Bl it
did i n '00, 'Gi, tr.raiul ?68,
II.,There is no Bfobi hut naU?'d assertion
that the Black? wunt one of their uuinber
php? ;d on the Kepubliiau National U?ket
The indications all i?oiut the other way. In
Wa iliiiiKion City, in Mobile ami 1 Is? w In n% tim
lila? hs Winn" urged to preeont Begro candi?
dat! ?s, huye decline?!, priferrinn Whit?-? Bl
inor t exjH'i!c.''c<'<l a??l better ?ituilified., W?
heai ? of Black Ci '""* '? ft,l(' demand of the
Vic? i-Pie8id.i,cy only ?",,u ^'il?m- AU we
Hoe and hear from BUtW1 is ftdvon,e to thifl
tw^i linption.
lliLSlaould |ha Black* be ail'0 ? *? f*
their votes airainst the Republicans a? to ad
vanee the cause of Equal lii^rlc- for All, it is
their duty so to east them, and we hope they
will do it. But the pretext foi IO doing allen d
in the above extract is ><> paltry that we
aro sure they never devis? d uni will notait
upon it.
IV. If Mr. Weiubll Phillip? would gil him?
self nominated, and tun for President in 1808,
in-tead of barking at the beeil of the lb pub?
lican candidates, we should greatly rejoice.
Hut that o.")0,oiX) negro.s-ui even ?MWO would
sUppori him in a movement plainly designed
to throw the Cnioti into DetBOOtatk hands, we
shall not ea-ily be ni;.de to b? Iii-\i-.
V. Wo judge that the lime has not yet
arrived for Tresident-maliim. "Suffic* nt unto
"the day [are] the [dotiea] thereof." Hut.
when that time shall have come, able, and
worthy men will be nnnihiated not because of
tlH'ir color, nor to appci-i? guy factious clique,
hut because they air- beloved and honored by
the great mass of the puity; and- being tims
presented, they will be di srn.
TUE DtATR Of V1\M,/7,.f.V.
We judge that even the semi-bal barons Mex?
ican military Casitas, wlio-c iiioinentaiy accord
has secured the Ot Of throw of the Empire must
soon awake to a conviction that their slaugh?
ter of |Maximilian v. i - a p ievou- mistake. It is
quite probable, tliat Europe will substantially
unite in a judgment of out!.?wry against them?
that the goveiiitu'tit ol' Juarez will DOt be al?
lowed to maintaii. ?-vet; a BOBaal in any con?
siderable p? .it ol' did W'oili! Cbrittendi m. Thrt
N. Y. 'J'imrs i email.s:
"Tlic mt fin-it y ?if ilii- fcli.'i" ulii.-li ihr- mur?l?r (if i
I'liiicit Miivii.i. m li.o . .. ,i.-.- i im .. Lout l.un,?t.- ?a not
lull.' nu ii-iin a dt the nu.m ina;-1 ci.-ii. .in.ii (,nilli i| hy
ti:?.- ' '?nut? ol ti.-- i. ."ii*. Powei - i N ii obst i . snoe, bow
??vc:, i-lunn t'n ' ."?f ti;?" i>-m" srscntimeutof
cvciv Christian ?Mmnuinltj Tai euee ef dotier and tu
(liifii.itiiiii swakened ii> Hu- trsKctlj of Qircretaro can be
imi greater In lin.i.-uii or France, or Austria, tbau It la
licre. Aiikmik the gooiot ni1 poUtirai parties; atnrag
Unis,, who were i ilto creilit the liberallat fac?
tiuiilti Mi'in-ii with iii? t|ii:iiiti?-, ot ccurage .uni lade
1>. ii? lim c; iiliiuiii/Iii ..-i vv Im cm iic-tly il?-in ?i In sec the
c.naiv prosperous ard roul uti-d under s repul?
flinn ni1 go?, ? i in.?- ni. ti- -ii- i ? ii'tt one arntlmonl one ex
praaaioa. The *? loleut i. ali ol Maiiinllian waa a dal
cf the Kititi meit of Christendom an ?Mitrago npon cItiU
latliMi, tad na luanlent ? ii otu ?li ??
Intcrchii'd fn?-i;ils!i:|i imi esUbllshi d "
?The journ ii wlii? h thai forcibly repr?bate*
the execution ol Maxiniih.iii ha?- as rigorously
demanded the esjVcution of Jeffersoji Davis i
yetiinjiaiti.il publicists perceive and proclaim
the substantial identity ol tin- |i-1-?- ol' the
two tlhiefllilH Maximilian vv.is called to the
throne ol' Mexico by the ai i?toi ; ali?' reactionary
church party of t tat country, at Ji ffemon I >.?vL*
was-made President by ti- mary Pro
Slavcry fai lion tuen dominant ia the South;
but tin- election ot Davit mu decidedly the
more .-p.?ni.nieou-.I ?v b U Led by
a lai.-, i egmont ol "ii people thaa waa thal
which in Mexico upheld Maximilian. The
accession ot l>a\i? to DOWei pnTOd the way bu
that of Max -. the downfall ot tin
tin- ii. .:?;, ;..:. II ni tit lade). I li li fit tltelll
had forfeited bis lif( i. ? .?.i.-. ' 'o c-tab
I lirsliiil h-.i.e ni dealing erith defeated revolu
< tio::;uy . i | i. while I
had Issued satlf i i i n*sL
hi? oppooentl which -? ? .: in lilli ii bj
the lan of nations. Bul 11 a ii ? tall was the
? nil. ?? i im?i|. te, in that tiie (
gled h is practi? illy
i ? ? hile i he Church ii
? i i.i Mt - ii o. and quite Uki l> again to
' Tin re irai i
i h i. . lit taj I rial ins ti.nue would
E tlrroill Ol a ?nilli Hi?
.
1 i; . - -.-. iii ?'li I IK "li b, I -
I ' the In
ti rV( ore,
/'.i,.- '. d, ni.m. -.,, ?ont ol ? ?Ung
ot M ?lian may ?airly be read in pungent
niii. ?-ni of the policy it uiged upon in Cov
Ith n ?- ltd i? -1? rTi i mi 11
WORM. .i.W' W01
Tin- fal im t - ot iii,? ? ? ?lally
burried by Cien gfaktring erapoi lil?
lias tin; im lie. ti bat planting ran
io .lune; wee.lni'.' i~ now b.u kw.tid, ami
ni on h?, i- itn the aMtTeatiBg ??f
ill grain prassiug hard on it- bl ? Is. Through*
otit the n ion aarth oi the Poionaae, the
Ohio ati'l UM Mi -omi. the duly aiidAiK'i
im'.t nie likely to be two ai buty ntonthi
our f.u in? i - i ^onie will be i lillipilli d
to uro pt i not lu 111 m di fa ul; of better; otheti
will Hiller hea\ \ loss tor v...n' ot ? i-oliable
help 0? aB] hind. We ?-.?iiniai? tlia, I me Mil?
lion robu.? inen, ??i addition to thoM now at
w oik, mi. lit lu employed bj oui farmi m through
out the-e two months with pretil to all? otMenrntL
And yet the htiiitsot oui cities vwl! continue
io ?clio the wtarv tread oi lena oi thousands,
:ii\ioiisi\. despairingly seeking ''something to
"do." Manx of iliein would gladly work fee
the nu list pittance; but ila) Wallt to be
?I? ii.-, bookkeepi-is, teachers, lawyerii fee?,
fee?and then callingt ara alreadj crowded
to i -.' ' 1 la h ..ne Mimi", bul not many, me
chanici and othei natraken "oa etrike;n there
: ti a li w nui ha?.h | te v. m k at theil
lespcetive iradi -, but thev can filial no employ?
ment. The.-e, with man] women who cannot timi
sin h work as suit? them iii an)', OOBtpifB to
swell Um ever? satmding lolieitatioB for "Some*
" thing to Do.*
W? are a s^itmefully mi-educated peojje.
Borne of na an etlaeated eui <?i nafiftiliicaa
into lile-loiiLf dependence, untluift, ami
ii.i-iiv. Many are educated to hate and shun
raimiiiK' talbot an rude, com se, repulsive,
brataUadng. Many whimper that they an-"not
" ni i oiiii enough tbC laim-woik;" winn their
weakness is the uatuial ( 00BI (|Uenee of beni
lag in citic? ard sweltering in the mephitir
th us when' the four are lodged? Man) jilead
that they know nothing of fat ni-work?a*
though Uutt weit not til. bael poarihle reason
for milking its net, laitita re forthwith? The
h , li ol gj] bl a lo-- ot at least .V',!l, XKI.OOO on
iaboi to till and
tin ?n thon I eaaoaably ;
i.bili : ' ? l anti I eon that sum
111 i-ill and ish'wr D< x- IT 'vant of
i Now lien :l< sou;?' ol' the gOOtl etlects WC
bopj to l'lali/e fimii Coop' lation among our
j t dacers of weatth. Mon tuen and trotneti
will be taiighi l ot to erorlt, and mon will be
attrai led from u : ' rocationi?
Tin associntes in nuning Dllllj lotuidery, fac
toiv, brick - > ai ?I. u- faun, uill have a common
and palpable interest in nndiiiij or niukitif?:
plates for their leis skillful brother!, nephews,
sons: ?Mia will lie opportunities for so
blending unskilled with skilled labor na to
make the foiiiHT fir more rllicient |and accep?
table than it now is. aEvery coop?raiiv?> ?'iitei
priso will be constantly (hawing in and train
?iij,' to efficiency those who an now lepellcd by
the hkilbd workmen, tia uiitleisin?lil? asso?
ciates.
Bal they take too bjviww ? view- of Co
o]iei;ition who regard it as conducing to pra?t
alone. Steadim?. of ciuplo)ment, habits oi
foiecast, of calculation, of thrift, are it* bettci
recommendations. The unmarried workman
who now canis jj-.'O per week upends half of it
\vantefully, foolishly, because he ba-s it U
bpend, and liutdly know? what else lu do wltl
b. Make him an associate in a cooperativo
factory or shop, and he at once sees how busi?
ness may be ?-xtemled, and prolite enlarged by
an increase of capital; and he says "Let each
" of BJ two hundid! save and invent $10 per
" Wl ek of eui earnings, and WO ?hall have
" llOOrQOO more capital m xt year than we have
" Baw?" Bo the incitements to save and invest
will b? constant, uit-Miit, palpable, and the co
operator wfll soon be n totally different person
fi? in the jounic.vman that be once was. With
Ota) Hundred Thouaand workmen in our State
engaged la Cooperative enterprises, the cm
pi??) mint of our labor would lie far more
steady, and its savings vastly moro than they
ever were or will be umbi the Wages system.
Ami the BTBTBge ("lura? t?-r of our workmen,
the quality of their products, will evince an
impiouiinnit eqiKilly gratifyiug.
INTELLECT AH A COMMODITY.
"How di?! I hil ph Waldo Emerson please your
Mpeoplet" asked a b-cturer last Winter of the
Preeident of a Young Menu Association in a
village not far west of the Mississippi. "Mod
" eiately, fairly, Sir," responded the functionary:
"he did not draw so good a house as some
"other lecturers, and we ?lid n't expect he
"would; but wc think that sort of people ought
"to be encouraged." And so they should be
aml aro. :
Ni aily a year ago, Henry Ward Beecher put
forth eertaia views that nlicnati-d some who had
been his wannest liietnls, and grieved many
more. In a few wenta ?hereafter, the lecture
BBBOflltloBI issued their respective programmi-s
toi the arajiroaehing season, when Mr. BeeehBr*!
h,une appeared on but two or three of them,
and was soon withdrawn even from these.
N There I you see li? ?cher has killed himself:
" he is n't invited to lecture any more," was tho
Bag! etiniincnt of hundreds. Y?t never wero
men Blore mistaken. The Doctor hail moro
invitation* to lecture at high prices than ho
could lind time even to decline, and was
threatened with an action for damages by at
bast one association which claimed to have
s<?me port ol' engagement with bim. Still, be
did not and would not teetora, simply because
Mr. Kobari Homier had said t?i him, " Name
" the .sum that you can mak?- this Winter by
"riding ni tritt and day, through alt? mate snow
"diilis and mud, to fulfill lecture engage
" mellis and 1 'ill double it if you will stay in
"your own OOBUfortable stuily and devote
"your spare hours to writing me a story
"tor The NawYork Leiltjer." The bargain
v,.i s st nick ; the story wiitten and paid for:
and that is the sole and Unite sufficient ex?
planation of Mr. Beecher1! failure t<> adata w
fifty to;; hundred associations last Wint?-r. He
eboeeto msinict mveralhundred thousand peo
?ile at ?mee, thus to earn more money with lc?ss
fatigne and ea^oanrn. And, while we most
earnestly diaaented fron some of the views
-??I by lum last Snininer, we re
joic?! in the fact that the public doM not lose
tin-lu :niii of his aliility and worth beCBUae ??!
an errol of judgasCBi on his (ot on iti) part,
Our people are Baid--perhapi justly?to lie.
pi i till.uly ?Utolemut Of olmoxioiis opinions.
Perhapi the fault inheres at hist equally in
the timidity ol those who should !>?? le.id? rs of
opinion. Only let nu independent thinker
di iiiiiii-trate a feath'^s fidelity to his ?-oiivic
ttona, and the ihafti oi bigotry and en
li.Ililli? ss Bl Bal feet.
WE8TEBN < OBNFIBLDB,
We leiin from Wist, m papers, and from
travelers, that the eon is doing rtriuarlraWj
welL The around baring dried re as ko pet*
mil a second working, the loots now are strik?
ing deep :t"?l spiralling bread, while the ?Ink
? ii bindee are fluttering in the breena ami
shining iu the sun. K\cn win te, it is from two
to thtee we? ks late. The tetaided lic.iui pi-esses
forward with ?t rigor it would not have ax?
hiiitiil it planting had been doM ?U Manaa?
III UM Antic ?JOOP, gSBBU and tlowers push
through th? melting snow, am!, U-t'oro t!ie icy
cold inulits dow hunty, the tauna? and the
/lades ure gi? ?ii. The travel? n say that the
?(?in laughs. I', vet y where, the hot July lays
the foundation, if no mishap befall, of an abuii
?l.itit harvest in Scpti-mlxr.
The importanoe ??f the Weiten com crop
was luv? i omi rritiniattd Upon ?? rests pros?
perity m tiade and linaine. It makes beef,
pork, niitttoii, and wool; it gives heart to the
?lui}, mustie to men, and ii freight? fleets.
It is the spinal column of American cuni
niciee. few BUI 0 BB kleU <>f th? ViHtliess of our
Wi-icrn ? ?un-liehls. They iprond through the
.Tinto, afuskingUni, and Mitimi bottom*, and
interlock for ?SOO miles along the holders of
1 minina and Ohio. They an? to li?- found
through the wide valleys of the White luvet
and tin vVabaah,and inlanpcnnil with the oak
timber to the \eige of the Grund l'laiim. Al?
most BQUnUj i \tetisi\e aie they on the Want it ill
*]u;iiiies ol Noitheiii Indiana and Southern
Michigan, complet lag a region 109 by 101 miles.
It this isa lutt.id country of corn, much broader
is that ol'Il lin ois.uni Wisconsin; tor here the fields
extend Vin mil? -in one dilution, ind20l I in anol her.
'1 he soil baanoauperioron banglobe, fm-it ?soi an
BTOrage depth of two feet, an?! .is favorable I'm
coin a- a highly manured garden in a New-Kn
giaad ralley. Black and spongy,the foot preeaai
on it as on a bed of uiosn. There, in av thousand
localities, one may stand on ?laang /s'louml, and
botWOOU bim and the faint hoiiMn of titulier,
he will see nothing but coin. It is true th? re
ira other crops, which aleen lure would be called
enormous, but, incompatison, they aie insigniti
c.uit.
This is not all. On his iron Beat, the Weetara
farmer ?lrivcs, across bia own land, the Hashing.
red two-hot.se citllivator, ?OO milis west of the
Mississippi, to the banks nf the Dig lillie in
Kansas. He is als?) bubb, driwng ucross I??ua,
and i?s even following alter the track-layers of
the Pnehk Kailn?ad in Nebraska. Y??u may
seo bim, also, crossing the fertile plateaus of
Minnesota towaid the St. T? tit's and the sil?
lages Of the savages of the Ibal Uiver of the
North; for here, the isoiheiinal line bringa
warm air from the Sotith-West, pcimitiing
corn to mat uri*. It is ti nu that on the extreme
borders, ami on much iiitcrviiiiug iriouml, witlc
sections leinain to be culuvat?-d; still, the
piont its are there ; others will follow rapidly
and HU all the vacancies. If all the Western
corn-fields were placed together, there would
lie a solid block of coin at least '200 ipiles
squale. _______________
(hess.
The Paria corri'snonili-nco of 77o- landon i'in'i
Maee Baya '?tsaua to-?? ajana ?asaraaBaBaai aeM btbi*j
iviiiniK l? tims ciiiifiit'iit'A sttlsuii or in the International
coiiiurt IBM uf the duli. Tbu most i? li>l?nited ?ihosi
jil i.Mis Join lu tin se t nuil sis. Ani?n.,' tim fun i.i'ist ure
Amli'iHsi ii nf 1 ..union, Neumann of berlin, ?uni ,tlu
t liiiiiiiuoii ni Prussia. Mr. Murphy-the kim; ?if tin-s??lu
lo tit? 111 li.', Hint llHS illlllnUIH t'tl lils Willingness til g|y?
nus tu tim arreiitcst lummu: tim RTSat, su th.it; tlnic is im
tlniitit Hist, tin* lins? ? oiikicss uf ist>7 will Im ?um ol
iitisoiliiuK Internst, uni will be a uioinoral>i?- one m tin
history of thla iiniil<> ifiituc " Mnn?liy*s tit tnrniiiiation ??
kfive iiilila ?lniil?t li'?? ei timle? him norn tim < mun ??as, bul
vlll K,Nl> ?'klraiuilltiiii v liitcit-si lu tim inci-tliiK of ki?m?i
plnysi - We bara BO laporl ??t any Kainca liy ?ainlera-aeu
'Um New Ynik Cln-aa Muli la nlirhtly plavins; It? tolo
sraptilo Biateh wltu iho Untinat lull. Tua Urnt name li
nut uuduil
.
EXHIBITION OF T??E AMERICAN ?V/UT
TUTE.
To call at tenthill to new diseovori?v?. and to show
tlio results of national industry and skill, tho Anuri
can ln-titiit.- will hold an exhibition in this
City, emu mcneill ?t Sept?ml?er 12. and closing October
'M. The largest of the man.v large halls has krten
ol >t m m d ; it covers 40,000 square feet. The Hroeidont
of tho Institute, llorac? Urweley, will deliver tho
opening address.
Entries for this exhibition may be made from the
4th to the 11th of ?optember. Tho Cunimitteo will
use discretion as to wliat articles, shall be exhibited,
and whatever is ottered must be grown or made in
the United States. Ample steam power will operate
machinery- No patent medicine* will be received.
Under regulations, an apprenti?*? may be an exhib?
itor. No charge will be maxie for ?pace, and, where
practicable, articles should be placed in glass cast?.
The ela.s:>itic;ii ion ia new, simple, and oomprchentive.
It will assist inventors and exhibitors, and to the
visitants it will he pleasing. 8o complicated have
ckuvsilicaLion* hitherto been, that confusion wa? com?
mon; none could understand then, without study;
few had time for study. Through its Secretary, tlie
Institut? does a service to the public in thus furnish?
ing a modi; of classification worthy o? general adop?
tion. Each department will be under the direction
of a ,-pccial commit tee of the Board of Manager*. The
time is at hand wt\en new nomenclature? for most ti
the sclcuccg, ia 'demanded. Already, some have lasen
rcotaa.ti?zed, because the many want? of evory-day
??fo mado a reform indispensable. When science is
little known, the terra? are barbaron?; when it is
fully known, they aro simple.
There are seven department?, each of which it di?
vided iuto seven groups. First i? the department of
line art?, including whatever relate? to painting, en
g? avine, photography, musical and philosophical in?
struments, and stat nary. ?Stnond. of tho dwelling,
including stoves, kitchen ware, astnsts, funiiUire,
means for amusement at home, and whatever forms
a part of a building. Third, of dre?s and handicraft
clothing, labor-saving implements of the household,
dentistry, jewelry, traveling apparatus, and fine hard?
ware. Fourth, of chemistry and mineralogy, soap,
acids, leather, roofing, paint?, dye stuffs, confection?
ary, condensed food,?natural stones, oros, metal?, and
chemicaFapparatiis. Fifth, of engines and ma?-hinery,
all artificial motive powers, machinery for varioua
manufactures, tools, gearing and mill-work. Sixth,
intercommunication; locomotives and cars, bridges,
vehicles, models of water-craft and of their construe
t ion, telegraphy, postal and express devices, printing
and engraving machinery, implements for expediting
trade, army apparatus, new de vicos for schools and
public work4. ."yventh, department of agriculture
and horticulture?of fiait?, plants, flow eis. vege?
tables, food, farm machinery and products, device?
for use on the farm, and 8*hcuiic??8 and pioducts of
tin- soil used in the art?.
Details and application for space can lie obtained
of Prof. S. D. Til.inan, Secretary of the Institute,
New-Yoik.
A now and admirable system will l>e adopted re*
nardin?,' premiums. In addition to the l'ioii/e medals,
certificates will 1m; given which, in slant t'-nns, will
?tate the advantages or qualities of the pii/.e article,
which can be useil as evidence of if? value. Th?
highest pi bat will be the grand medal of honor, win? h
will be awarded only i<?r a new aud useful invention,
or for a highly valuable production of the soil, never
Ik fore t'xlr.liitcil. In connection, there aro first,
?ni omi. and third premiums.
The object of the Ameritan Institute is two-fold:
Irit, to ?how the progress of science through the
WOkid; and second, from time to time, lo exhibit tha
result* ot (Battas, industry and skill. In addition to
its exhibitions, the IiiHtitnte, annually publisher *
large volume of the procee?liugs of the Polytechnic
and the Farmers' Club. During the past two ?ream
it ha> 8?-t)iiiid to enter on a new care? i. Ita weekly
meetings are crowded, and their repoits. printed ia
the city panels, are read bv more than a million and
a hall of jKiailc. Nea ii v all the great American in
Mtitioiis whn h have received premiums at foreign
F uis. wi ii-nrst i rowiKHl with prizes bv thi.a Insti?
tute. It should lie aili'.ed that .several remarkable
oliji'fts. w In? ti were too costly and rare to Ive. sent to
tli- Fails Fxjvositiou, 01 whiiliaie not likely to bo
appr?ciai eil. will be shown on this occasion.
Aiming to encourage and to de> clop American en?
terprise, and profoundly impressed with the idea that
the priispetdy and happiness ot our people depend
U|K)U home industry and home productions, we be?
speak lor this Fxhilution the support of all who, by
their labors- and sympathies, are interested in tho
rising ?.-lui us ni tin? Western Wei Id.
THE DRAMA.
fc ? i'lie Bellsd Shandon," at Wailac k's Theater, it
the prominent novelty of the moment. It appear* to
gratti lu popular favoi the more it rxx-omes known
Kt-iietmou lins given it an rasier and swifter
movement, ami th?> varions play, ra ure eurer und
moro definite in their jmrformanr? a than they were at
iii nt. Mt Williuruson, as the inebriated snd pompous
ultlcer of tlie law, present* an excellent ?tuuy of charao
M Til.? iii tor puss,.**??* lu a mark? d tagtet t te faculty
?is weil a? tin p? n-eptiou o? humor. Mr. l.iugg"'.il, who
ptayt aatantrtM lUUmund, tilla the char?, hr tutltvh, por?
traying, m a j*'rice ti y easy atad natural manner, a hlgh
Mpiriteil, brave, .mil i^Microus gentleman. Mr. Itaptn. to
whose lot fulls tlie most ungruteful ami the must ilifflcult
part in the pLiy?that of Hector ProtrU. the "heavy all
lain," an indi*, ubini of diabolical procllvittc? gnd ? ?nduot
whoso ju'i'ci ?'dings defy ui.ktj nature, prabaatUlty,
and the ely adopt? the nitxkl of sup
preaaud f? it i..y and . .?lui wkkeducas, and so malua
?i \t iv bad iiatt i iln-rivf. and, al tain? s. iv?u powerful.
Mr? Hamlilin, en ixp? ttoiuid actor, ?li? made lux nrst
appearance at this theater on weducsday. and w.lo m
lnnts ?..me of the talent of his on -lied father
personates with appropriate feeling tli?> an?tai nt
Battltatn Oi ii maker, v lui Baths ISSt nmls iii?- kagf II? 11? of
Miiiniioii. 'iii. s,., und, itiiie.-it. ?ii the ?ii.r.a,itara in thia
drama, are hard to play, hei aiiae the dramatist has but
faintly sketch, d them, and bttattM the process of mt
when by he dev elopes them Is often defective in the usa
of unlikely inculi nt.*. True art in a drama is that which
1? ggg bf u.itui al ?ti p? to un emotional climax. In " Tha
Kell* of abandon" scarcely a single climax is attained
without Tioluiioii of probability. All the suire credit,
tlicr? fore, i? du. la th?' p<>rforiucts, who??- skill and spirit
and humor and beling glosa over this defect mid giro
the story of the drama coherence and verisimilitude. Of
the rum nun itiiciot and the popular character of
?The Deli* o| Shaiidou" we have Infere spoken,
as also of Mr. Mryanf's sigual eucccss lu the
cliiir.u ter of Amy a Leary, This ia the ideal
Inshm ni of song aud story. Ile is fond of whisky .
In siugs a jovial song; he rights; he is au anlciit lover, a,
watchful friend, a liery foe, a patriot, aud a merry nms
(pionnier. Danger strikes him aud glance* off, like water
from a duck's ba?k. Ula audacity Is commensurate with
his wonderful goo?l fortune. Mr. Bryant thoroughly re??l
Itta and repiiKluces this Ideal, lu Barry O'leary, at
m shamus O'Brien, his best acting is shown iu pansu*?, *
of the drum? that present him as assuming tke wise
IgtjggatJSS of tho humorous siiuplt tou. Hi* strongest
scene is that with I'rotete and JYoruA, at tlie beginning off
Ad Third, the minti incident ot which-thee.torttng of
1'rowlo'a confession-is borrowed aud altere?! from the
play of "The Wife." Miss Ward, who persouatee
Marah, appen? tot much udvsntage in this scone,
by renson of her ?julck sympathy with what may h? called
l't ltn- deviltry, but a little more reticence of ?I?.meaner,
both here and at oilier point? iu her performance, would
make the personation more acceptable to good taste. Wo
note, finally, that Mr. G. W? Browne, Mr. Graham, aud Mr.
Pope are notkubly cartful and satisfactory lu the re?
spective characters of a blundering putchtunn, an Irish
idiot boy, aud a military officer. In advi i ting thu? to
"The Bells of Shandon" we ure desirous both to recoguisa
its merits as one of the tew original dramatic ciuupoaiUona
that have recently beeu submitted to the imiiiw of tala
community, and of commending to public attention a play
that pleasantly ?rouses the fancy and minist?'? to the tasta
1 for i omi ance. " The Bells of Hhandon" will be preaeattd
every night, at Wallack's, until the close of Mr Bryant's
engagement, two or three weeks hence. MU? Lotta la te
be the Man Summer Star at this Theater.
Julia 1 ?eau, w ho has not played in New-Y?irk for
twelve years, will appear to night, at th* Broadway Tha?
ater, as Julia, in the play of " The Hmnohback." Thia
' iii-iri-ns lia.s hiiisr lieltl a proinlneiit lank in lu r iirofeaeiout
, ami her appeal ance here, after so loug au absence, cavunut
bail to attract a large audience.
i Mine. Zoe is announced to appear at the New-York
t Theater, this eveuiug, aud dur lug th, ?? , k, m "Tha
1 Kreuch Spy."
The 800th representation of "The llluek iVook"
wus given at Ntblo's ou Saturday; aftm in.?,i. li ?a worthy
? of niit?^ that tho ?peet??.? h.it atUlu. d '.""* ytut I" IIS
, ?uucesaful oarcot,

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