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OKRTIFIfATR -- I ut lal m*, r? MlMcsl I? I :?????? ia t?s?ri?l. Pac??. J'ilr til. 1*17 ' t ra-ri-f; that ta? V -?? ?? M U?4?! f,- fat -a? l'.?'i-.i litu ?Men anaa ?? ?reVJ t> M???ra ??.aa-i; ? f>??a , la, I,,;,, - ) .,.-- ' ,. ? NtSt i M *1 .? (' Jil K Maicrr ' '?I IMS?? >a*l Jurr. ? 1 ?sa, i A?,-...t? '?_._?_, . M-aalH.,, I - ,1 . ?. s y A ;:<? tsar, | (?teran ,y, ,, 1 ? ?nuiT-ca, 1 ,!.,,' ce-?? ? ?st " tb? ?a-,?! ?,??!,-,, of rri,*.??l 4. Sit? u f?.?A:\/Iru ?0 Uia mytoutittmoetona ??'>??,??'.1 u?i,l, ? ,, a??.'. i.iiaJ ii. Sall lu? al. Na? |t?t AtrirniiAN (Waltham) Wai curb. IHK 1IK.KT IN HU- WOltI I? ,s. i R?an sha? I ;,!I)AY. AUGUST 33, m7. TERMS OF THE, TRI CUSE, Daiiv Tittn'-NK M.-nl ?S'iWriWs. 11.0 por annum. skmi Wi:kki y l i-iiu-NK. M.ul Ita haran (Maa, ?v? p?-i aa. VVKKhLV 'lia inn, a, Mail Su lynher?. |i i?or annum. A d v s r 11 s I n ? Rates. Pam.y Tri lit Nit, 20 cents imt lina. Rrmi Wi-.kki.y TiiintNK, ?iOroiitj? por lino. Wl i.ki.y TBIBUNB, $1 M pat liuo '1 - -i tu?, (ash in ail van ?--?). A liliivs.1. Tam litintiNK. New-York. THE TRIBBMB IN EUROPE. Hir.vr.su ItioiiiKiis, ?mciitss for American Libra KH..V Nu 17 11,-iui Uri st. , Coveiit Uardi-n, London, BBS aRt-nts fur Tin TuthnJUU in (?ie.it lintaln. Cam. Ol nu o s h in, llooUsollor und I'libllahpr, (Stefans j'l.ibs. Vuiiii i. la ??-(-tit foi Till'. TltllUiM. iii Austria. ( it. Horton A Co?, Anuru ?tu ii.m ker*. Nu. ii Ruo Auber, Paus, ,uo agenta for Thb Tuiatma m Braaea A Asm u A Co, Ilth.kaullcn? ;?ti(l rublls'u-r?. No. ?0 Datei .leu i.iihu-u. neilin. aramaa!? Bar UM tkiuumjui Pruaal i ... - It i 'tbovo turnnts will rpri-lvs 8tit>H?-ri|>tlf?iiit and BtV VOrtl-ri-IUCIlU fal Till.'1 lil 111 NK, illili l.lll'l'lv COp?OSOl UlO pi;? i to AiiiDin ans U'inj?tiniiily st liiircpo TO OOMIK&I'ONVKXTS Ne nM.ra ra? I.? U?. ?f atet-ttSM ___?_?___ ^V,1??.?! infiiJiv? f.. .?ai-rli-a ?,-tt be Batata* ??? i '?? UM "t""- .?-I ?_??_? ?:,?, .?t'-riuol ar*?i?r?nlr 1er pabUiBhs?. but ?? ? l-staal/ It* til? goad (?'ti. Ali b..?.?8?u. IrHlen foilbiaotrc? ?hould Na ?dd.e??ed to ' Thb This ona.' Ne* lort IV? ceiiuit ??Jeruk? I? relnr? rei?-rl<sl rnraiHnrnraliaav rp" i Letter fiom Our Special Correspondent nt the. Martha's Vineyard Camp Meeting, ?? SfiaJccre ve. the Science of Death," Protection i?- free hade. Industrial Enterprise at the South, Crop Peports, and Personal?, appear on (I':' second ;>?'/<?, Pacific Coast Nemo, City Neus, and the Money Article and Markets on the third page; a Communication on Representa ik)n from Mr. S;n:on Stern, on the sii-th page; Neto-York State Sunday School Association, W ?)> m in Politic*, and ('ovrt Rcp?rU, ou the seventh page, ^^________________ ThB armed liclrcln in Tenne.*.-??-?- Bia K-Ntiiii Ing ?hen;>e!vos for Brownlow\s in.t.jtnity hj i*ob?biii_ the Bagroea of the bi_m whit h ifcay retaitiad when leaving tht? Federal norvic?', B&d tlion nttrdeting those win? atara b?*eu tl.iiMdia aimed. M-Kksoii Contily is oven nu vtitli tile idhi (I.io;s gBBfria-BB. Mi Henry A. Wiso delivered ?4 ^x-i-eh yes? terday ii! Kiclim >nd. Ho advocated rtptidia tioii?not of the Government Ix.inls llioni.selves, bol >f v.iiitt irai an htagnl part of the con ? : ?. ? ob le? windi tho?o bonds were Hold, iii the ara?an, of intareat. He pave uttii ?iiici- t,? tito political nia-im wi'li wlii?a. all I listeners to Noitliern l>enio?iafi? oraton*, have I bean f-unili'U' for years?(hat tbifl is (lio while nun's land, and Hut (he domination ol tlie ?agra Braal be prevented. I Sheildiii. ia his letleC to Geu. Giant, nay? to? ajraateat embarrassment ho nn-t in Hu? wot I? m vis tin) constant rumors o-f his temova! Cnpictl ioiiably, (hey broke down the COnfld -ii' O? ti e people IB his acts, and the lact - remora] w?li braal down the reapect of Hie people fjrjhe lawa. Ho -faith?n?y a?l ?it"l the.Laws, without regard lo party Of s, ha was ii-iii,?si-?l loi iliis fidelity, and th<? latra (?f (he countty bare then-fore l.dh-n i.i' ? i ante-apt \Y ? pri?t on another page UM entile (oiie s;? ei.i ?...??? bettteea the Ani'iicaii Intltinltiitl and th-- li?.' li i !? 1. r-ft-Bi v.b.-i-'ol i;ii-lt bas Ita bei'ljiu' s in this ('ity, wbciein the , of I-irrt.'ion piojiosi-d a joint tlirsi us si ?::, a;il the Kim? 'Iii leis iiMpoiiiii-il as ssill bo Bt-Bflu As a BBBbD part (?f their own shure rely "t tit?t earreapoadeai??? has been printed bj tbe Praa Tiaders, wa ask mntnsru] , the trbole o? it, arba i? are leare ._* -. iii.-- appropriai I comineiil ?. The h'.i.v;mil Ji.j?iii,li?Mii Blata CrOBrentioa met ;.i Htl'iinoie May ii raaalvad to ,:.< Bepablieaafl ??f Maiyian?i, Detatrare, v'i: _.::m*i, Kendi? hy, l'eiinessee, and Mi - ?OOri to n: ?? ' in convention Ut advance the c?ise id s'iHV.if?e, and to ?1? iiiand ol Coagreaa the paaaaga of the Snmm-i -Wilson bill. The M Hyland Mate l.xi-cntive Coniniilt.c have lix,-I apea Se|ilc.inlM-r U a? Hie lime lot sich (' ?nvciition, to be luM in H.illiinore, niid a ? '.on*._i-nt!'?n is ?ulled ;it Wilniiniiton on Se?i'.-ubei i ta alee. <io!c?it?--t taWaaata? Rating got ud of Sheridan, and being in a fair way of geHtflf lid ??1 I'??!??-, and Sic!,!.-.-,, and Hovard, the Hebel-, and Copjiei heads ar,: now trying t> mia Gea. Sherman. It is h. that ex Attorney (.eneial Black mid sj.ne otk i dist-ieeabie de,ni people are trjiitg tonoaiiaate Jol_aaaai and Micini.tn foi Preal LBd Vho-I-reshleiit. What has Sheimini d):i.' thal he should he so tUagraeedl Kvea tlio vi. for of Atlanta could haidly kui vive au alliance with Andre?. Johnaoo and Jeramiah _ " I'.'i.i* n-.Me pit; lot," tin- I'residi'iit, in the ext ir.-'ii.'iif ..( Ins ie.'4-iit vi?tory over Coii'.'iess and the people, ia la dangin ol loaing his -Rita, ?I i rumored ih.it the baai?d_aian< of sin-iidau is to 'h: [otWtted l?y the ratnoral o. Howard and Bieklea, No doubt la>.?letaaaaiwoaddlike to disgr?ce every Baaa**nl who strives to faith? fully execute the laws, and who ?rjrapatlttaee with the l??val -MMitiiueiit ol' Hi?- nation. Hut will he dare f He ha.s gOtM so faralieady that he ?onlil hardly BOIpriM m* by any fresh ont i ige, yet Boen of ins ?haiactei, attei commit tiiiis' a iiie.it ??Tongi often lack the i*?9uiaaje to do a le-etr! one. The eampaiga In Ohio is praaji-eaaiBg aith Vigor. Seiiaioj Wade in.*i?l<- a sj>?*ech at Maii (tta on the lOa-t, dom which mt 'ino' where. He declared that the ri-ht o? ?oloi-d ???ti te virtia,?.' La hut t)?,. laa^t?aBavte and logical dediictmii li.f? all that has lieen ?rone in iii? defense ami recoiinfiiK don ?if the country. He then rarietted the r^o-arae of the DeB-tWatic candida''' foi Hovotnot, de? lining (hat lw j.i? felled the apeg tiait??r \'allaiidij'!i;,ni to the slimy, insidious ti.ut?ir I'hiiniian. Mi. Wade predicted a <l?-ci.si\e Kepublican victory m <>?? tolMjr. S?'iia(oi Sheiniiin spoke upon the s,nne ?lay at ('niton, B^TaBg I plain exposition of the financia! condition of th?- count ty, ami inarn? lag his heai.is against "the malignant whis " iK'iiiix? of Coppin heads," who conteinplaie M'pmhalion. -._ The World cnii?IrMaS 'i'MK Ti-hu-m's com nionts upon the situation in Tcxa?, and s.ns: "Aafui I li.-K,t nat ion |? T?v,,? now aIlf- ,ln((.,I,fV uf tlia wsr, THR B:??:sK dlsrtlay? nearly a? UlUth ??noraim a? mai..??, i. ??y? ,h?t faxaa. ' uutilo? ,r Ihr ...io? eil,,'?, ,i.h I,?-.-., the Bell ?,f t,t?;UIHn and Ita? paradlaaof aiMrrrillaa.1 nv ? litr-ts ?itir*- x,,K Tanti??r unis' iin>?i, vin, ?frost coiiiinoi'i i ii j.mt, OtvlVMtoii ?sith iu"ji'ij?i!lsiii?n of h,?k*o. .nul the Hint?, capital m.| in.-'r,,,,,,. Iii. II. .iKttlli, Willi Its?, 00?) llllialUtaiitr?, foi tUeao ?rai t lia. tau leaduiH ?Waa In UM M It is at The World onie? where th?- a?-b<?ol ii'isi.-i is Beaded. QalTeetoa has a population of 22,000, more than i.'.OO-') hoiw-s ha-fiag baan tad oi'irud within the l?ar.l two yens. ?San Aiil-oina, willi a populntiou of 15,000, U on tirely ignored hy Irio ?hoot which locates tho State capital at Houston, and allows itapopu hition of but MOO, arhea it han at IM 16.000 inhabitant*, and ia not tho capital at all. The Worli had better study geography batet it Hakea further attempts at politic-?.. HIE SEW PEOCLAMA?TOM OF WAR. It ia not by compromis that this war of principles. MB b? ended. No Johnson Conven? tion, no cringing td weak Republican-. MB ?Tail Wo are not of tlioto "ho aro content now that (?en. Thomas ItM ..?ne *? New-Or? leans, iind aaaaia tato people, that tho country is Rafe so long M Grant remains in tho Cabinet. Thean appointments ???-y ?tiftifrtlten our hopes, but do not remove our doubts, for against them stands the all-important Cad that Sheridan han boen removed. Hal is the proof that the country is not safc;Mhat Mr. Johnson, undis? mayed by all his hairbreadth escapes from im pi'tchinent, hM tho boldness to defy the peo? ple and to resolutely carryout his purpose of breaking down tho rec4>nstruction policy of Congress. Slieridan was to the Pic-blent the einbtKliiiient of a principle. In Sheridan he ?aw tlio great executive of Radicalism?tho whole legislation iind npiiit of Congress hummed up in tlie net ion of a Military Commander. Pitrflonal enmity was not tlie impulse ol' the Preaidaai sheridan was to him the Rcpubli Oaa idea made tmgfHlh. ??ml he ht nick that idea down. Can we delude oiir.-?clves with the ballal that the blow falls on Sheridan alone, aud not upon usT Can we take ^Otoat'l ap? pointment M an afon.-nunl ? "' Sln-rulni l dis? grace ? Can mo suppose foi a moment that Atidteiv Johnson, lining .-.ice???fully delii-d the Reptiblicin parly, having deliberately struck it full in l.'ie toa, will rest sali-.l.ed with his triumph? We do not thus mistake linn or his policy. We understand the removal of Sheri? dan ai a proclam?t imi of war, and aie ?cady io accept (lie issue. Our Washington (-m respondent ass? its tli.tt the polity ?>t removing all (ieneials in the Baba! ? Slates who do not take Mr. John? son's views ot .iccoii.-li in ti(?n will be callie?! out, and wo c;in s??' no 100000 fo doubt ii. The Presidential attack upon Sheridan is ?li? ri ady begun iipoi; Sickles and l'ope, and The \nlioiml Ii)lillii/nim\ the I'm sidenfs adjutant, has drawn up the order, foi their leinoval, and it only nee I, t?? be -.igued. Thaf. \. HI be done at the righi time, if Sickh's and Pape i?4't -?i-st. as those upiight soldiers Mill, in executing the Re o?ist ruction lan? na Congress Intend?d. Hie reputation ol tin pure and gallant Howard is tiudermiii? ?1 b) ula miers, and he in to be mu?t.-i??I out. Why n'lould tins?, otliceis no1 be removed T What difliculty thus Mr. Johnson fear, having ti i iiiii?i)ie?l oki Bbaridaal lb' has taken out ihe kelston?- of the null, and may juill donn kita real of it at his Mania. In tin I'm-???lent'h new OOaiaa there is more fOttiafe alni ability than the people had mu|?pos? ?I him to poeaeee. It was ? enaatei maka t<? bring (.rant into his (?l.met. The appoiianuiit ol Thomas was an excellent pi.m to enable su? h papata as Th? latosa la ?liveii Lbc .nt? mion of the ???tiuliy from the infamy of the n-nioiil of Slieridan. It waa e?|iially abroad to toad bim to fight the Indian-., that all !??ui n.il- <'! the kind might tall ido i.iptui.-? '?? IM the htld ??I lue I'm l?s oin?- un.!?-al the head ol au anny. Nor im Mr. Johnson leiss ;i?lr??it in u lolfiif le reorgnaiee his Cabinet iaaaj a~aol it is perfectly aafe, f"i th.* noa ??ne oeaaol easily Im- moie diatauttcful to the poopla thin tha old. I 1. ?<? pi.'patuliotis ate ominous of i hangi", ami not ol' rhaage t.?i tin- bott?e. An?lie\i Johnson dois nut ii ii.nt; no sane man cm hope that a nioiinieiil nindi begiM ni.lillie removal of ."Mie i iilan can Beean ii|?tI m. ? m remorse. The change la lunn 'li?' ?1? Ii-msiv?- lo the ??tleii-tive, ;ii-?| Mi. John-"li uni-bil? hi? i late lol? i-.?, lo oji'n ."tt.i? k BpOa < oli;'i.-v It lu.I.I I' ? "Ii-tlllit til? lilli?, lull liellillliTt.li -lill?! tin- In;:? him IV 1.4 it hi? h iii?.! ale ;nl niiiiiHii-n-d. We believe ih.it the l*reaidt*al (leslie- t'? so lui ninthly hi? pola J lli'l it mai ('billin til? ?>ilp|Hi!t t.! ihr I mis, | v.ilivr I.'? publii-aiiht. and to davie v.;lh the robbery of great aaaat, ??r tha betrayal ?>i apleadid repa tali.?tis, the pin? jition of ilu- people. Ile ?lill us?- any weapon thal cocaee ko*haad. II?- tbrowa the fame ol Thouin? a- a \ail ovei llifl ilmni fitll of loyalty in I.iiiii.-iiin.i, iind makes the <?< n> ral of tba Anny a m ulm? I at tli? door of tin Whit?? Bonne, lint beaeatb und boyeo?, all this pmad? the ken .-ie.? of the peuple dotera llie mi ill I y moving, uiiieleniing lo- pii-ihiiig ??intuid lo the attack. Th. y know in Audit ii Johnson | muli. rcaOiTOd lo pn-n-iit thO te? ?>e-tl!l? lion ot the SoOth upon ||,e prill cil.les tiny liave laid ihr.t ii through CoOgTOOB] they kno?v that his ptupOOa i- lo replace ilu; Babel Si.it?? iu ihe Union trithoa? rnanateoa oeplodgea, free to repndiate hereafter theil ?uiieiulei oi Bebel pri?ciplea; they know thal when he di-_r;iccil Bhl i ulan li?- m?i,!t. .1 th? ni. They perfect!) aadetataad thal be eaaaaa aar, an.' 00 Ioiit.i on.- o| .h f.-n-ive BtnttegJ, hi?! a deliberate and eonbiaed aggraaaioa. NAPOLEON'S SEW MOVE. Ii has for some tim.- ii,-? ti expect? .I thal UM eeaaaaea tatereata <>i Praaee ami Aaatria in three of the n_?| Eoropoaa qaeaatoaa the Kaatera, the Qenaan, ami the Ronuu?' aould iiltim.it? ly lead to a forma] allian.? of the tin? Powera. The aecoaati <-i th.- haterriea ol the hro l.iiipiKiis and then l'unie Mloiaton at Balxbnrg have bal little daahl thal abat? ever olihtacles may thus lar h.iv<- sto.,,1 in the nay ?.t hii.-i, a ti..-,iv h;iv,. i,,,.,, removod, and that an tmdereUad-Of hns boon eilet -teil. The niiiiouiicei.Kiit hy the oficia] popeil <?f Aaatria and Praaee that the Conference al Salabarg has aecared fot Europe a long t. rm of peace ia i poor blind) while Ure Cab!, dlapotch in tiiis inoinii!^'.-, laaaa that a defanaiTe alliance has l.teii eon? lti.led, an.I that an agu ? ni.-iit, both in the (.einian ami Eaatorn qaeationa, has bein arris/ed at, ia, withottl doabt, nearer tli? ti nt ii, even iboold ii be i -ntiieiy baood on rajh poaitioa. If ia -taieil in the Cable tliepatcb thal lae* tria ivill oriranizc tbe South <.( rmao st.it?, Uito a Coiifeili liilioii, and i\i!l pi.ice, i: silt at. the bead ai the CDafedefatioa. ?uii. a aitoanni baa long been the avowed trieb ?>i tlieQorern ?Matta "i both Aaatria aad Praaee, and it is by no moana bnprobable that this is the n?oot impoitaiit point ol' the agreetnenl between ilu two Kini'dors. If (he ropoii should furn out to ?he 11 u.-, it ii.Hihi be a bet of the gravee. impoii.ii.ee. 'Ihe South (?i-im?n < .ovcnmn nfn hare taloa nil the iniliat??iy steps for a union with PmaaUk The] have, hound thoaaaalrea by ? military treaty to pla.-?-, in eaae of wai. theil catire army under the chief command of Prnaeia. They bara fab s. qium ly agreed t.? ? m ? Custom Union tenaty betweea them and Prneaia whi. h proridee foi the election oi a Cnatoan Unlea Parilameat. Thi? gradual advance toward the unity of all '?einiauy 1ms been met, it seems, with the hearty approval of tho majority ol the South G orinan poo ni o. li ,\ustiiu.i,ii?i planet) fill try to enforce the Austrian demand, they ranst not only arrest thus progresa toward Connan nnity, but must tindo all that baa thus far boon accomplished in tho promotion of tho Union scheme. It is a move much moro dell ant than tho Trench demand, in 1SCC, for tho cosmion of a few German towns, or the proposed purchase of Luxemburg. No details aro given aa regards tho agreement said to have boen arrived at betw4?en Franco and Austria in the Eastern qnestion. lint it will be difficult for theso States to hit upon any plan that will not be distasteful to Russia, and it isUht-ii fore most likely that an alliance be? tween France and AuatiiA will be a di? rect incentivo to an alliance between Pnaeia ead Russia. It may be that negotia? tions have been going on with Berlin and St. Petersburg to represent Hie ?move of Austria and Fiance as inoffensive and harmless ; but it is not likely (haft either Prussia or RussLi will view it in that light. According to present appearances, the Franco Austrian alliaa.e is the p-mi of a very w-rious complication. Wo shall probably soon Itoasl more of it. ____________________ WE LATEST HYSTERIC. It i? i.poited that, the lion. John II. Reagan, Lite Confederate Postiim-ster-Cenerul, having received his pardon, has mitten that he shall endeavor to act as a rec?fisliut ted Hebel should; but "he feils thal negro .?iipn mary " in the South is inevitable." Wo have heard so much good of Mr. Reagan since the collapse of the Confederacy that we find this story haul to lnlieve. It sounds more like Mason 01 Patty than like a man of BOOM. common sense. Da ht us think of it. Theil an* Twelve Millions of people in the South, whefOOf at lead Eight Millions ?ne Whites. Then is ample room there for Fifty Millions more, and crowds are Hoiking in? all of them Whites. Europe is sending us a full thousand pet day? and the South prusTers tliein cheal? land, a genial clime, and employment for every suit of iiidu-tual capacity. Now that a good haivo-t lias delivered the South from famine, ?nid her it-cons!rui lion is in rapid progress, there is no region on ? .nth that should attract so many immigrants. Twenty years hence she mil have Twenty-fire to Thirty Millions of people, whereof the Bincha nil! probably ntim Int 1'ive or Si\ Million?. (Jnleaa ?ill the laws \% Ililli have hitherto gOTi i ned the increase of population iiu' subvert? .I, the Whit, s of the N.iiih tnu?t incn.i-c fa-:.r than P.l.ick? by ?if lOOOl foul t<? one. Not that the Ulai l?> mil fail to increase also; but they are lionise recruited bj bnntigralion, and enano, be. ai?i.m sends forth BO iolnnt.il> einplant.-?, the slave -tia.le is on its last le-.'s; and in. nOglOUl aie OMaing to tim country frota am .punter. How, then, is it pneafUe thal the Poax Milli?>:i?t of Blacka in tin- QOnntlJ ahottld <>\? linar the Eight Mil? lions of \\ 11 i t. - ~? in the South, with the M.'ilioiis on the petal ??I Horhiag thitherl The shiiek latelj still..I thal the Blaeha .?.??nid reface t<> arura nari insist on dying if ?n?, mis stupid oaaaghj but thia aew panic i? ?len mon nbontd that) that wa?. 1 ?o hi us hop? that ive .tie ii. ii lln- .ml ol i Mil?'-!. -4 ?i ?i t t In - BOW St AND Ai ! ARE l\ i KNTED. Piikiag np a ne nt number of Th? Alban? i fm? ??Indi had pn-vioiialy cscaped mi! ii teiiiion. wo found in it a ehargc lr-ut Tui Tumi m had at some time bt en "gagged or " s|'.?ke in the iatareal ??I the lobby,*' ?uti i!.? ft? H o ii in?' spot itn -?ition : " CtMUaa ?""' BnU? r. e I -ii got po?t ..Ina uf a laad Uti*.! in Um .i ? it lil Siilltln 'i.rni i I a i.ti ti..i ii till? -i.,t? 11 na? u '.!. nia ii for I lu'III ' nf nu ?iiiiniTi-i. land tooan** ? roaltltlioi san-, s ri?.iat!..M ?? Bl li? .'?I if tin I jftSlal ? . a: I tin iiiu-t 11.1 rup! nu n par? ii It waa < I . I t.i ?. t tia- ]..'i ' I I 1..I.I V?'. I.tll ?? li. .(III! ,1 ile.I it- I I Mi it nulir it, ii !. || .' T ? tin i.ili-l.- ?! nf i ?eli. lu, ni ? . . . Ii-n |<r? thi. 'I'' !i i- ??> III.1. lil? rtea na : contempt of all IU Borrar wl t... ? ?n " KOO li '- I MOMoU fict that we k'n.n the penoaai named in the above | bal we nevei boord any mggaetian from eithei ?u any ..f th. m, <>i fi ??m any one flee, la regard t<> their 1 alleged land gran! In Lowei California? nor did I we i".? r uti? i ?u aoppreaaoat -y liable pro n roe ? tooehiog tint alleged great. We </"i priai Mr. Wilke?'* a? < ?.nut of In-?ii win? en!, u : tbi Alba? ny lobby bj getting a charter la Nan Jersey; but ne n?iei Boepected thal we mi?- doing bira, or an j ??tie else, a pecuniary fa\??i therein. 'I'luit, to the iM'st nt our recollection, is the only ?Ilutan? <? III ubi? h We lier ?puke nf the . i f,. i ? ? i land?graat, <>r whatever it may be; aad m- are confident thal tra bad aerer though! of ii before. And all arc can now aay of H sa, ihat if thin oi am ..?mp,mi obtained a ?..ant ??I nil Mexican California tor "a aon?iud eonald Mefatinii," tbe bargain ena a rctuarkablj fail . bul rathol Unvoting the aoUec than tho buyer. _ What ih to be don?- nilli the Trade m. n'? Boab oflcors, who aera i ? ? ?n 11 % cangtrl in the ? iiii.?//.b in.-iit <>f nearly |100,000 of the fnnda "I ihat InetitUtionl We hear that it i? pi?? poaed t.? take nhat propert] the] bare,and Iel 'Irin go aithOOl lill t lu-1 ' | ? 11111 -? 11 ? 11 ? 111. lln? Mould be ?i daageroua c temple They nie not nilli young fellow??, giddy aita their i?t-l baadling of notes and specie, but indi pa-it middle age, of aobei Jiidgiwaint. ot boag atend? in/, gaol po?iiion, nu u mili familiea around tin-in, Widely knoll li, and hitheito rOOpOOtod M -olid citizen?. Some say these \ ii lues should pi. ad againai a bank JadgractH? wv think no1 ; the facts ought te oponte Jual the other way. TTO < Xpert young men to be led into tempta? tion ead tO fall ; ne natch III.lil Ml lotta.] loi the lii?f rigna Of nunal obi ??pi i 1.1 ; but ne ?In tint IMI.illy v?.,|,|, ,,|?. who |M, | rOOOItl fof probity ami boneety running bad? twenty J***** The? moa. in addition t<> the great robbery of money, nave rudely ahocked the Publie hj .. betrayal "t loog?etending eonfl iUnvi- ?'" the pall nf the bank's ollie? is and enetencnj they perpetrated theil crime many yean after ali apeetnl watching ..f then, bad "?'?-??d, ?mil BTorybody by connon omaenl ?Mi-wd upon thora as banool nan. it trill not do lo ht su. I, a double nu,,,, ol Ih. It and breach of NoHan.i ga lightly tate ft>rgetf-l neaa. 1 be bank may nuike good the mouey iiilho.it dificulta ; but n ho shall make goad tho boAeo truat of tha people in cash ms and teilen. If a matter ot a eeatery ot truat is thus abruptly blown te tho winds, nhat may w,- not expect ?f .?imihir ofioOTt n..t i ? t ii decade in ieq , j,,. | T|? m oftgfow .should be raade an example. To ht thora go aawhipt oi juatice will be ?m open invitation teni! cm fldontial dorks to tread thoaaaaa path. Afaaady we bear <?r ?mother boab robordiaate who stole som?- lh..ii?aiids of dol?ais imt hu,- agO, mut OH a spue with a unman, spent un im measte ?um in dabaaahery, and fhej had the w ?.man emoted j,,,- robbing |lim . \t?[\ ,-,?. ns fm- his crime againai the bank, it i? said that the adair is |,, |?. ?),.,, vv.,, i1(,l omi. Tbote?aapa will multiply with tearful i.i.mhty unless the interested parties rigorously apply tho statutes without regard to length of aervieo or ?my o(hor jiensonal consideration. THE REPHESESTATIOV OF MINORITIES. The umendment grafted on the Reform bill by the House of Lord?, providing for the representation of minorities, and subscqu? ntly accepted by the Couinions, gave rise to highly interesting debates in both Houses of Parlia? ment. It was vigorously opposed by some of the leading Liberals, and Mr. It right made a speech against it very remarkable for its elo? quence and power; but it appears to tis that the supporters of the amendment had by far the bi'st of the argument. TJfe ground on which it wits mainly opposed was that the representation of minorith's la unconstitutional. This position, it strikes us, is altogether un? tenable. So far from the proposition to give minorities a fair representation in the national councils being in contlict with the Hi ?tish Con? stitution, it commends itself to us as being strictly in keeping with the spirit of that Con? stitution, of which the principle of popular repre? sentation in its widest and most liberal applica? tion is the v? ty ?menee and life. The assuniption, too, is a false one, UBI tin reprcfc ta >n of iniuoiiti?-8 is incoinp.itihh. wi.h govana, nt by the will of the majo)-?.-. Lit milio.Ves have their representatives-? .11 M?? n . >?'?)' must be, dem Hie ratty nairne of tho case, the ruling power. By conceding representation to the former, you mi rely giro them the privilege of taking a part in the deliberative proceedings of the national parliament or congress ; but the ultimad: di ? i.sion of (?ue.-.tions by means of the vote still remains, ami, where the vote ?1? t?'imines, the win of the majority of necessity pus ails. Common justice ?1? mauds that minori? ties should have B voice in the public councils, and ?-onsiderations of sound policy recommend (lie ?oncession. In the able speech iu which Lord Cairns introduced the am? miment in the Uni! | of Louis, bo pointed oui ino-t bi?-idly the ailvantages to accrue l'mm, the system of minority representation. II?' showi-d tlMit if minorities could return members to Parliament, se.ils would be provided then by for per? sons wbaM ?da-Bal upon a constituency would be tho claims of intelli,-"tice, in? dom lioin any popular excitement Bl piijiiilire, and independence, and who would con.-liiiile an ?\tiiinily tteftdj element in tim? I of popular cxeiteun nt ; that the .-.ame? lle s .?nil BKJtootony of ch.uactir prevailinn iindd the old -y t? ni ann?n-' the repjeaentav tives as regard- the eipraeatoii ??f their poUti* (,,1 ?'iitimenta would be brokl n ifl upon ; that in diflenaatng publie qnestiona the great ad rnntaga would l??- gained ?>t hearing how those nu? st ions vue,.- vi, wed not merely by ?lilli nut localities, but by ?lulen nt bodieo of nieu in the -.une locality; i-hat die granta at poraihla local satitfaetion innuii,' the coiistitu?m i.'.s ssouhl be gained; that th'- iii', niions division of nuistidieiii'ii s into , !a--es a?'?-?uiliug to i.itea 1'ility, or their stake in n.L-.inl to property, would lie ?lore away with ; tkat Hi?-asperity of polit n ?ti feeling which tontciiniea prevails in larga eonaHraencirawotild '? Boftiaacd; tli.it eontoeta tronld be rot} raneo diminish??1 in large Mt-ttitnencica when contrata ara noel e\p? iisivi - s,, , \],i ?nail ?. he said, (hat (he mind aimee! reeoila at hi ?ring the sumswhich they (???st; and thit with the practical abolition ot ioi.'e-v, tberc tronld be freedom li->m ex j.anae, traedora dom the iniration <?f poUUcal feeling; and (roan "t'??- oma of all al* "biihiiy." 1 he??- an weighty arguments in i.V"i oi the pian prapoeed by leora I and adopted by Parliament; and although its operation aill?t pi?m i?.' raiy Ineo able, being limited to only twelve const itn.-n ? :? s, i, i iifiiin_; three membrae eaeh, (-tera ? m be BO doubt th il should ii it-Milt in all I li?- -'??ni anticipated dom [f, then Wall ?M in time a ? i\t?ns;on of theaa "three meinbend" eooatil lenciee, ' ? alls th? m. amendment involves the ,1'i'i ti leatim d to wach ,i radical change in the ?thole Britiafa BaBhative ijratetn. Ita adoption learai t.? bi to be the fixai atop ;.?rd equal electoral die* 11 nts. .\s r, ?garda th?- general question <u the station ot nniioiiiies, jmhlic opini? in ?;nt:v app.-ais to be fast iip?'iiing in favoi "t -?omi- plan whereby inch rapreeenta tiou might be Mcnred: and not too so?.n. The aplrit ??I the Ameritan Constitution demands tallai every rititcn be repreaented in one way or anoihej?it not in the paajotitv, then lo Ure minority, pouTii ix i ? ????/? /' m two j: v ES, ira thal the colored ii the S-tmth would be Intfaeneed al the polia against thiir line iu:. lists have been ?li-?|>? 11<?1 by the n lojta ??; the ?,, ?Jona In Waahlngton Citj and i.eo'.K'etoun. and of the late greater Can? ?- asi In Tenni So?_thern p??li ti, ians and Rebel leadeia, entraonged by the earl] developments ni Mr. Johnson's polier, made their tii-t d?monstrations in opposition t?> iting the ? m i-i? i" ited th.- rigbta of eittaen? ship, lew los ai lien IlilVC doubted ho\ the i;e -i-'is would TOtl . lit in my pe: sons acquainted with the feeling <>i antagonism whiah had btrOn engendered bj _? ii?;a:ioin of false and pi uni ions t ?-.i? Inn lt-s lui reen the "poor whin's" ami th? oegroea have feared, with -i.-at good reason, that no atllliation could take place In politics lu twi e-i Hifl two ians. Ile triumph in Tennessee has dispelled this fi-ar willi li -aid to that Btntaj. Bni will -bara be such ?bocongh atliliation el the tWO I.ucs iri Other States? 1,,'f us mu ho too langaioe aa t.? the lest ??f th<- South; T?-n III ssi-e ?on/ pro,.- Bl i vri litionil i,m-, fog mau) yean pan? thora baa been la that stat,- a ch ,u and well diliiK?! BA.a_00.-a_. betWOOl the j,coi ?uni rich dalara\ the mountaineers of Must Ti ?nu-mi-, generally -mall farmers of iinit. a'calth, bave been violently opposed In politics to the n.her? planters ot Middle ami West Tenneaaee, and daring the war the former ha?! a Union itrength of i-uxw. To Amln-w Jolut-? 100 mole than any other Bingle man the .-sf.it, ot Ti nu. ssi-e || indebted tor (he foumlatioii and foiinatioii of that an(u,'oiiisni which BBB so um \pi ? t? ?Hy proved m? who!? some and for? tunate; he Implanted the prinelple, nurtured it im yenni and lived off it daring the bbtaral temi Of his ?anil as a haul State politician. Bal .is in all his jrolitieal measures Mr. John? son in this s? h? nie di-plaved more t>f tlu.? natur?? <?f the ?htna^o-nu? than th?> Ib-iiux-rat ; he had not ?M courage to pursue Hi?- piuicipb to its natural and true i-oiubisioii, an?l advo? cad- fho political aililiadon of the " poOt ?\shit?-)" and negrara agniae? theil mutual ene? mies, tila slave oli^anhs. Hel'ore the w ;n tht |,iijudic<? and hain ?j which exm(??l in ;, uoeial illili polili, ii sins,- b(;(w?Cll the "poor whites'* ami negroea was only less bittet than in olhei puts of the South; then it would have been ciiou-r!: to condemn, in the i.st-s al the most Hbenl of the "poor whites." any political ai i ire to aimplj knott thal the negroea anp? ported it. That th,? wa has happily mlucati ?1 theo two moej Into a hlghef semo of thei? obligations to each other and the conntry ia seen in tho result of the election by which thojr have secured their State from Rebel rule. Bat, recurring airain to the question already asked, will a similar result follow in other latest In none of the other Southern State? had there been before the war the antagoni?"0 betwoen lieh and poor windi existed in Teu ncfMW'e ; in all other Btetel the political nile and influence of the ?laveholdors waa nndia puted. There ia every reason to believe that theic will bo such affiliation. Even without it the success of the loyal men is already secured by the heavy preponderance of the negro voters. In Alabama, they have a clear majority of 19,000; in Louisiana, 37,000; and in like proportion in other States. But it U not enouifh that tlie negroes, alone and unaidod, should carn' the elections in these States; it ia not less important that combinations of all loyal men should be formed ; and, though the result no longer remains questionable, every effort should be made to point out to both races their identical bteCOOta M -MO-ban of the same great laboring class, and to urge them to thorough and eftectual and active po litiial affiliation as the certain means of secur? ing tlie rights and maintaining fire libertioa which have boon won for them by the over? throw of the lb-hellion. '1 through this Hiorough affiliation of the two races is to come the complete reconstruction on which depend? the great interests of the South and the country. In one of the essays of Cornelius O'Dowd there is an amusing description of a party o?f respectable En arl wh people who made an ex? cursion over the continent under the caro of a contractor who had agreed t?j show them the chief cities oi Europe at wholesale price. The adventures of the estimable American gentle? men and ladies who started on a similar jour? ney in the Quaker City?bound, so to speak, on a sort of mammoth Sunday-school pic-nio to "Jernsalem, ami M ad agu scat, and North " and South Amerikey,'' may have been qnite as absurd, but were certainly much more dis? agreeable. It is funny enough to think of a hundred or so grown up people trotting all o\.r tho world at the heels of a mercenary Monter, but the} have had many positive mis? eries to endure beside. At Leghorn they wera taken for an army of Garibuldians, and the local authorities flew te arms to prevent their landing. Then they hail the misfortune \o. go near some sickly plate or other, and when wo loot heard of them they were being purified mid fumigated in Quarantine, at Naples, where they WON to be subjected to four or five daya "ulloi ation. If they have frightened Italy so badly, nhat will it be when they get to Jeru? salem I_ We have seen a private letter from a person in Tem. Who style? hinisi-I? an "ex-Postraaa ''ter in the kite United States, and now Briga "dier-Geiieial in the Army of the C 8. A.* Tbe following patango occurs in it: "I have "jaat heard that an ignorant and dishonest Itad '??al has dared to question tho integrity of "that noble patriot, Andrew Johnson, and ha? " had the audacity to introduce a resolution "into your Cangrena tending toward his im? ' pea. ?uncut. Should this succeed, you may "r?'.?t ?i-.Mii? d that we shall make bira the next " I'i.-m.I, nt of this Confederacy." That noble patriot, by removing Sheridan, has just made a high bid lor the favor of the rampant Rebela of whom this Brigadier-General is a specimen, and wo wonder they do not nominate bira at nine. A good candidate for Vioe-Preaideut oa the same tfcfcot would bo Jubal Early. Thea we should have Sheridan's two most distiu gaiehed enemies iunuing together. The condition of Indian affairs creates uai Ttimnl dlaaatiafaftion The settlers pronounce the soldiers tools. The soldiers call the settler. morals. The Ponce Commissioneia are over? hauling ?Jen. Uaaoook, anal Bhonaan d?clar?e tin- Commission, of which he himself is a mem? ber, a 'humbug." Mcajiiviiile, we hear of little progress making ton ard a dosing of the wnr. HM C.iiiiniissioncrs are looking for rcaeiv;itioq lands, white the savages are burning railroad brutea mai aoalpteg traveler*. Keeping the in? dians COnflnod to a certain spec ilied region, and keeping white men our, is s_g otc elim! plan?if \ou ann only tloit. But Mrs. Olonnaravoelobanteol .lu??!mu for cooking a hare applies to a ?tio4 many thingB lu life. First ?attlt your Indians. 77it? AI lnoty Ar gun sa)*: i '.,m pt -?t?. it imi of tu? artete BMoakaea .?f rae poit.a fur-?' In M.iln!.. Iir.n h.iii.li. 1 in Hu n r.'?gii?tii>iiaf?? tho Chief, air IBM aa a reason their unwt!liri?ii??s? t?> surra undi i a t nil in! nilli t-r." ?That b bad. But thosti " White tuembeia " of the police fono in Mobile," evux'ed like " onwlllingneaa'' to run when tho Black liii??!ii>ts came ?.fiel them ov?-t the intiench monta of their city, April Kb, M68, (which was al?o the tiny 4>f I.ee's surrender.) They tint run, however, letting their city be capture?!, and it is rather late in the day to demur to the fact oi i;-? conaeojuencee In Auguot, i^;r. In the Convention TfOtOfdaj ?i motion to re? duce the pay of number, of the I.e^nilaMire from jl.ixxi te $**), was laid upon the t:.ble. A lengthy diOOnaaion was had upon the suhJ4?et ??I allon iii!?'??ties or towns to ??.sue their boinia to aid in the hiiildiuir of railroads, and it vas roeohrad that the Legislature shall not nuthor i/e the nppiopiiatinii of money or credit, by any municipal corporation, " e\? pt as iu thia " Constitution is otherwise providtil." Slat is! lea of the colored sdi??ols in Virginia show that nettly 17.(>00 scholars are enrolled, the annual expense of whose teaching will be ?vbotit $11)0,000. In Ki.-hniond .5,000 colored pu pds receive instruction from 4.1 teachers, soma of the latter bi fag also colo'iid. The schol.ui are rogulni In atteaktenoo?angel te leam, faith? ful te the requirements of the -ris?OOs. ?ml gift gOOd pi omi??' Of becoming intelligent and wor tttj cili/ellS. _ VaUAI Ti miii: Cm in.r.-The trustees ot tills Collin,' ?>f lii-ih r?')uitf hain Just ?BObUJ - nm9 f,?" ??'"I't iiiliiiiut, aaateUOag a Ui?>?;r;?pliie..l i._<-tih of Mr. Mathea ve_aa_?, huaira al Ma froat aa>aaa?ttaaalla<r tution, mu? anaaaaMng puru? uUr.? eeaaaratai t,,# M,*t>* Ihliiii.tnt. i,ii?l tho progress of th* colleK?". The hook ia pnp.ir,-,l I.-, Mr. llfiijuailn J I?>??ln*. ?ntl I? copiously niiistr_t.il with--ima anpatO-fa afaaart raittaaf eaal Iwatity. Iiuprovt?tui'iits recently in:.?'.'. <?n SbO colls** bnll.lliijr allow of tho it?, oium? iliktlon 01 M? ?.?I?!?'0-*1 atudouts. The Baa_M0 of professors ami teach?*? ??sa b4M.ii aanarajaA para Thom?* j. Mettra ?in ?*** c?*rir* ?>f tim l???i?urfmeri?of English Lanjrii.iK? atiJ l-it*r?tur# at tht. bei?inutii? of the nrxt jmmti ?*?> ,5' --d Pr?f* Jumes A H?itir>rt wi.i. nt th? aaina finn? itMittne charge of tit.? D-snartaMBl al Laafaagaa, dut Ka if a ?luton or ?lullars liiTil l>?.?'_a\|i.tn?i,.,| i?t tin. insfitiifiiiit In irroiinn? bullOlnas, library, i ?bunts, art-nailery, Ac , prsvioui to? this au nun,, r. The American Industrial I .cn ?ru*, viill beirir* i bo rt flip ?stkiof ?St-ut, mlit'i- the publication of a i_?).>4brjr, |>? iT.iiluiil I'tititls?! Hi? Xatimial Aturrmitm, ile vo trtl to the utli unity if HatatitlllB fm Aiiii-iu.tu uulu.try, und of iKtiuii! pttaarflae of potttleal araoataj it n0 aa ?old ?a It vu ifiits a copy. rho resignation ol' the vrnerabltt rresidnul Iwatnofths university of Mor?a Corsa??, an?l taal ?>? saferal arofeaaora, Inuadiu/t rrof. iiopimru, is s?u,\ tja i.i?? I..HMI ou uccoutil,nt ?n* ?muli.? aisloyalty a I ho at 11. tun! t.