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QTJILFOBD. f, ... > -, 'h.li-nt ?? nu rnnY,MOailferd, Conn, August. UH lu th?- coins, of my waiKletiii^s tu gud I 0 ant Um fan of Ike enshwe, H hn keen my i>?p te Ughl apon tin- . li:tilumu: little Iowa, SBUfly and j. nal illy tu? kel in auioiii; the low hull that lai-e Unta gn? ahnde m all directions on thii pari <?f the shore of Long Island Bound. Coning II'"" Atlantic ( ity.liong Hi im li. and Newmsri to " Hie Point.'' is lika Walking odt ai the clang and gawa al ? gmt ball i.kihi late the saide! al I happy aonntry nkvnle, hold m i ihad g1 ton by the si.ie of a m1?, i ty Bream Foi install!?. Wi went sailing \?st? nl.iy- Kew, the method ben h m this wise: A laige pait.v is made up-athi.? not dillkult to I.ipl.sh. for, halag aU of the bigheri inaartabUity, we en not afiaidof each Other. Bad ure v.iv s... ia!. Then a small im ich mt H ln..m.?r or pmnMnd aaOOf k lined Isa Um day fee Ike m prkewe would pay '"'a sail i., ..t in v ? forit kuhn, With a goodly ??> plyof haaWpni ."i iKiard. we cruise about nut.1 we think it prow I ' i MA, when we make Im one of the many pit tt\ is' inis in the ncigliboilmod ami spread oar a i uner on the clean snnd n green mass. And thon loi a men . mil back ia the twilight m moon? light. \N e freijin lilly drop lines of invitation to the Barnes, andes aaiunatly one le polite enough t<> ao cept ; but. ?m Um whole, they an in the highest ?!?? groe BaMM iii. Wo went mai to (?nil's [stand foi the Btanareof frightening the bl ida, who have taken entire poseeasioii "I thal small si etion ol the earths surface. We raised a hue and cry and threw things among then, and they start?-?l np in multitudes with ?.great whirr ami flutter of white wings, until tar up in the an tiny snave?! out the island like a snowy cloud toes eil abonl by the wind Bar)) in the Bum bow the whole surface of th.? island is covered with Um eggs, which aro beautifully colored, and by no ancanai und for breakfast. " Put ?ria ilnii'i like to pick Vin up." said a young (.mil.milt?- to ii e, contemptuously. "If yon go bj teeta tim egg*, tli? old buds draggle theil wings ami lot their beads fall loos, like ami mil ??vii as if limy was gum' to peg righi out for grit t. aril giru li art easy footed, ami tin I lets tin eggs be foi pity. 01 else chase afti'i Iks ?>1?1 'mis, and winn tiny think they ie pallin1 their hands right on Vin. up go the bilda aa bright a> larks. It's easy to gull girls-', "Hoy:'' saul I. with waining in my tou?JS, ' >" af; lar years yoe wuldiscevei thal there are bl peda that girls find it MSI to gull." Mut he only looked at me with a va. ant stare. And then again, what ?lo von sav to hav mg actual woods within walking ?l?stame ot ns, and plenty of them, loo, in various dim turns ? 1 rue. the? are not of vast extent, but are so deep, and still, and loii.lv, that it is ney to fancy yoornlf in aomc boaanlen arimeval forest. Ili"\ are generally ? bar of under? brush, ami wild bowen flourish in the greatest luxu? riance. Nor an the stones and rocks, for which Now England Is famed, wanting in tins favored iK.rtionof heir domain. In fact, they aie \ny nunn rous, and though not jiailieiilaiiioiiiaineiit.il ni the hay and wheat hehls. could no1 well la? spared from the woods where thev gather tmesnsel vee togethei in pi? Uueeque maase*. bare,rugged,end brown, with orightreyed haartVeene peering ool ?>f Um sJefta,ov sise they cover Ihciiiseivi s over with rock-roses. Then there aro the lonely poola, bordered e ith moss, v, here that old Puntan flower, Ia. k in-tlie-rsilpit, ?till faithfully siic-ks to hu? ts.st anil?! the degem-racy of the times. And the anrahea, brilliant with great wlut? ami inn pie bios! And the aalt meadows, rolling along the ooaat for miles ti iii wav? s ot pam but \i\ul green or else marshaling in still ami solid phalanx then close ranks of cat tails. Axe Bot all these thing? WOVth coming tO see * And then we go blackberrying. and nvt tom with blina; and buck'? I?, iryn.n. and get ?areli up by little u d spiders, beside oihci anu?s, men's too nu? merous to mention. Aie not tin s better worth the doing than dressing five times a ilav. dancing all th?'afternoon and night. Baring a tange nail twice a week, and killing time between wl les reading novela 1 Not but what we have ?mi In-dooi amusements too. We dann when WO Uol like it, having all the mat.nils always at amad I larg) room, good nrmne, and plentj ?d put mrs. Nor is the place without its fashion, ?ml a very ??sut fashion. Here tim " solid " BMB come, and bunn then wives ami danghtera, feeling assured that thei willpreservetheir rasp ctability, end the pinpiict?i s will not bo shocked. No Frenchified inanners ami cnsinins here. And it is aneasing BOW many pleasant ! hint's one can do, ami be pin ely Atm-rii an ill through, *? This henee bas taren well filled dnring the season, for It basan honorable record, and is well known Uuengnout Southern New-England. But as this is a j very, \'iy ?ml wau uni, place, having arrived at a rub san ripe mat uri tj before the birth of Long Branch, andas in thie country weare more familial witta the nee than the oki, it is possible thal many Tmautia ramiers have never beard of ti. pine I am the more imp i m ?I with tbis belief from the fa< t that amoiik: the multitude of seaside biter*, that have it i ii i >t I aud th.; newspapers, 1 have ned eren one flinn to.ill a>i. This must noi be, and I hasten te the rescue ft .11 New Yorkersplunged in this gioss ignorance, and say to sucli.tli.it ii they Will go te the New-naven depot, in Twentj seveutb-ets, and take the Sb'Ui Line in Boston, lluv will, tn a few hours, be deposito?! m Guilford, which is r> milts Baal ol New Haven. "The Point" isa moderate sized hotel, standing anameenandslopinglawn,in front <d winch isa baaekofwhit? aa id, not very extensive, but firm and clean, and a sab bathing plan for Um in al tata ?lul dren. 1'or tin-ie i- no sm t. ami though we miss the excitement of the dashing billows, tentag over us then sheets c4 foam, roi we remember that those sunn \ sheet ? an u-.n li-rous, ami tli ?f underneath Ihgn the meru da spin that undertow whmh drags se sunny Into the bottomless deep. Om warnen honest and ti 1st worthy, and bj BO means of (oii lemetiblesine, as we speedily find when we Iii down on she beat h and I t them mil over na, 1 bl ra M biri this one I., del ?ni ti" sim:.-: but in the town, a arils hack, there ale. I In lleie, BSTSTSj small ones, ami some boanhn^-Jioiisc-. For many years there was a fine hotel mai a splendid beach tbrae miles from lure, koowa as "Sat bom'l Ile.ni" from the tra? dition, handed dows bj the earlj settlers, that they and en thal *\?>i valiently tight ami pul to flights tilla? of hostile Indians, ths am bom ol -?? bit h falling hale their hands, th.y affixed tam and to a pole, when- it remained many yean. ? t?. rrtbla warning to Bay red man who might link thereabouts. This Beena vas burned to the ground a few yean ago ami ban inver been rebuilt. The fact otite existence, however, lit the same tillie W ith this hotel gave ne il? tur the only conundrum ?ver invented in tlie town, ami winch is to this dey carefully preserved in the mool ves in tim town ball. 1 am sorrj to aaj ti t the authorship of this abstruse rta obit mis envelop* ?1 in n nach mystery a- that of the scarcely leeseele brat'Hl Jtiiuus letters, and there is now very little ho|ai entertained kital ?t will svei b.- positively deter? mined. Not in put Hu? intellects of your raeden on the rank, 1 will givi the answei wah tin connndrnm, Con. Why is Guilford like apiuf Ans. Uecau.se it lias a head and point. The town has as many legends as th<- Rhine. As poa nnnter through the shad? streets, and lookup Bl the great elms, u. .nly g Century old. i.lied with buds, whon li 'las I j molests, the \.iy haves Mem tilled with my.sit-ins, which tiny are whispering in a language you vainly try to understand. It Ban, however, anea my good tottens to fall in with ?hu? who is a very store In us.? of legenda. I Bude his aeaualntance the very ?lav alter 1 carne Bon, lu the following manner I went t"i a walk into UM village, and la-coming tired, while I wa* rambling through "The ween' tim public park). I liHikc?! about for a nat. and, Unding the uiitluu itioe bad neglected to provide suth conven i ana a I took rdeanf ik<- uf a prettnding rot t. Tins, 1 think, nant I vee ben a proceeding the towns. people were una? eiistiiined to, for all that peered eyed me enrioualy. At last there caine towan! mt au old tenth-man, walking briskly, and planting g sturdy staff Is mly on the ground willi every step he t.aik. li? was very sin.di, ?uni look. ?1 as if he had dried up ?luring lue lit ?, ntm v, ami been blown into th.a, fog he won? kaee-knot hen bim k s.ik stock?* lugs, ami pumpa, ami his long grey han was gathered into ? enea, ead neatly tietl with black ribbon Bat, 8? if to link himself with the present, he wane a little Scotch cap without :. brim, and with a batten tin the top. Ho not only eyed me closely, but stopped to have a botter view, "(local afternoon, Sir,"' said I. "This is a beautiful little village.-' " Young woman," he Raid, sternly, "this was a town la-fore your great-grandfather waa Ixirn. Here In ed that gi eat man. t?ov ernor Last, and hen- were hidden for many months those godly men who. in tin s0 wo kel davs, are known only aa 'the Kegicnl.s.' ' I pi icked up my can at this. " lbd you know them, birt saul I. He looked et me keenly fur a moment. " It mattera not. ' ho saul, " whet li. i 1 waa .me of those whoorent down into (.ovenmr Uet's cellar at mxlinght to bear the holv dweoane ol the venerable Qoffe. Hut," said be. extending his band toward thesettingsun "then still n mains the cellar, and,'' Milking his' breast " hore am I." " And can yon show me this ?ellar *'' "That can 1, ami many ollit-i objutsof inteiest to one wlioprefen, ihe olden tunes to then panta mai he days." He tax has been afl gootl as his word, and in his ana my I hate explored nil tli?? region aroum!. and have acornean immense favorite with him beennn I am always wislung that 1 bad Iteen lairn a Century ago. Ibu ??liar, of cours.', was the first plaj;e tmited; und I ian onlv bone that whoa the ftur babella ?mtb? IumI her alxsle lhere, it was less dark anti tlis neL with fewer rate, Bad a moro limited supply ot > lind?!. The cellar is tho only part el (iov. Leets i hoon remaining; a baj-jj 45 jjtiw built over it. ami I tho modern mansion fVoutson tlie' sfreel. The pj'l gentleman elnquenth ?liseotirses upon the vntucs 0? nm hereto wife of the OoverhOf who ?e?refet1 the Kegiotilos in thisicellsr, letting down food to them Uiroogh a trap-door in the kitchen tl'vor, the exist -n-.o! which noone auapected; ??and," 1. n hat.. ,,i'y ?ut.i,U?1,11K:;'1,V,"il"-,th.'iew..,) BO Irish s,i v^JNtgirle tbeti. ?Ho related with grim bumoi nitb v.i.^1 tmeplteilty tim Ooveruor'a lady cuttatalued tho OBMenlnafau^hofUMM rerj Barto-wel in the old fashioned kitchen over their hands. ...... o.ir next eapadition wue t.? mink ruca i nrottv btouo of a.Is and rooks Brest nt UM to?n i,,,,. M ., ,.?,?1 eave,which waa for sun., rooks Hu home of the U-bm ><?? ?. ???1 ?hu h. M this day has the re.rtionoih iag.haunted, hreanoeWie tall foim of (.??tie wa-1 ci- nlv seen on the roe ; mu,mistad n f... ?? spun. Tins was afterward the ilHsdeofanagod Indian nnmed Dunk.timaoleeur. vivorol a nonenamerouetribe,atal there lu1 Brea B lonelyozistenee for many years. \ .,] i< ,? m-, v, in labi? mend delights in is the old stone house/' lins was built hy toe Ural eettlcrsof (?mil.ml in lis;'.' uni! 16*0, ami is ronae?iuently 3S3 years old theoldeat lion??? m Ncv Knglnud.nud prob? itl.lv in the whole country, unlesa there may boowo id.1er at m August ine, Florida, li was baili t?f rong! si.m.- uni the oltl ?zuiith'innii wipes llie tears fron his eyes us be telle now those stance were plaster--. oroi snd whitewashed a half-?century ago, bal Ins tears drj with Ins fiery indignation when he speaks of th. s i, rilege of taealag aa ugly frame bunding to th.- sub ni the old house some donen years .since. Hu is ngiit. Hu- olil house should have been loft u?oso Icat ti. rough stones, and nil. Its present sppearaaos is thai of? sinall, two slot ntl. wlnte plngtorod itw.U nig, with very nai low windows, ami ;? stoop roof. Mv li le I ni tlcs.tilns the vvluilt: process of fit it lou ils if li? had witnessed it; how the stones were qnnnied from a lodge enf rocks at aome distance, niul brought aproas the inarsh in humiliai rows. I ? ?? SJOM OH SO giVOB iiiiiiuio lnsio: v of evils loon-bol. and ol the slaugh ter the old flint-lock muskets ti ? w?wawool to real therein did among the aaragM! t"t tins Maas was both fort and parsonagrt, being li till foi thoreaidentje of that godly man Parson rfenrj Whitfield, win., a M.-eins, conlil oiiiirg. tit otciistoin be as liberal WHO the honda of his enemies m be was ordinarily wini the heads of bia sermona In the midst t? th.? scenes nt I?!.lahed, howeror, my old g< i.tlfin.ni breaks into great glee when he des. rihea tha first wedding in Guilf??d, celebrated in .thonnrlorol this identical mans. ^ wbUAoccaaion ihe bri de waa dreaaed in a criniaon vclTOt sk.it,.and white elyl ?ndice with a stomacher of costly Lace; while the ,??|.,i aopnei ?? ? splendid i^paat of pork and peas. Then th ?-re ?s Hungry Hill, on which al present th, re is ii single tree, nn?l winch ovt'jl.u.l.s ? cleared and open rountryto the nea, but whore a asan got taet a cent?n sinon in a anua of foresta and stem?? io death; Moose Hill, where a mooee was killed within the memory of the oldest Inhabitant: and Kock liiiiillion. of Which luv entupan.?>n toltl MS B touching legend. But If I sm to wandering arnon i the legend? I will never bring my letter to ii el???.-, for I hare m groat avorof?rthoM wa* old friend lina un?! do firmly Uehevo tliat 1 ought te have bl on bara a century ago._Dsunoaua Donn. MEXICO. tllK RC-STOSUTIOI Of Tilt. tatrOBLI-O?KXOH II IAS r IAXI s--<i?M im A IION Ol' TIM. RKB1 L ri;t?iKUlV?UtDIOMATIOM Of rill. RKPORT1 ?? NOM1NATIOM t?i Mit. t?i I r.iii.ori:?. AJ I s M I Ms I KU I'? Ml M? ??- II < '< I SSI s t)| J I Al: I ti ? I.i?PU/, TH! TKAITOK ? KOIlltKUs. I'ri.ui I? ir Bj SSlsl Tun? V'.'1'ileul. (irr Off Mr. x tro, Ang 10. isr.7 Tlie lftiun nt ft-oananai Jnarei und tlio "rostoratinti of the Kcptihllo " WSM ha nully, though nut enthusiastically, celebrated ou tue 13th ult. Since Unit time the KaocatlTS bus hoon busily OBgBgBd tfl ItOBStraet iug tlio Ministry and Judicluty, and framing the laws willoh are to govern the ensuing elections, winch will probablv occur ia the course of throe or four months. Tha people aro becoming anxious at tlio delay in the promised inauguration of tlio refurnis. TtofreottMBt assured the public that the courts should BtOBOSMei roaal nii'Iiov ? nungil on intim n> on <-. mr- noun i. Ab attempt at t'ompromisebas been watt?, win, ti mt t..- rfleeted, and the double tux of sixty pel M rod, la pari rbiaappeara liku s dlroet blow al eignere, who constitute Ave I it ha of the bus ?s* i tin? country it is having s nest ruinons rfecl up .? trade, aa sIlbuslneM is al a complete st.uni. ami the nt reets i?? a aa appearsuee aa n? tas phase was again um n ?rgeina i siege, while tbe whole Interior traih? Li divorte?. to ?.Tb. i ?tuartsra. \ similar r?tirai ?s i? pursued In rarious parta of the Interior, and n. IK- in >p III lieu 1?. I lie c no? vi OMin ??' i ? j ? ?-'J ??,...?-. Wall-si., and effect a loan ?a behalf <?f the Qovernun ?U Should ne aucceed, and trnepatriots Hke Waa, Ogsion, li'vifin. Mont. ?/.html other? lia. >? I lie ions ..( |>-i\..i ni , . l .1. II 1.. 1 .....I ,.. I. l,.r . 1,1,1.,.. hand, thcio ?jj) !.,?. ?re. 4 ground to bone f"r a Utile more credit b> fn a, representsttr? Instltnnona ns Ihej are kaowa aad understood throughout th.? watta, not, kaw? ever, nu I,?lint M.-iito. in tin paaB Tlie authorities are still oi tbe alert f.?r the ehtefB of th, ! iii- imperial foi. ra Gea t )'iforaa,w M wai captured at tin Hain ntl.? .-an Nirolaa, last month. Is now undoi folng ti ii?I b.t cou' ' n. n Hal. Tbe Oovermnent assigned ? wyrra Beallez and Inila as t uaasel f,-r the ei Prill tee Prefecto of MaxlBiillau. There is not much doubt bul ti:, i be ?nil be sl.i.r. A report reached here some days ataca thal Mr. otter bourg. United - ? ? - I ? sul, had tot n aauted Minist? ? to Moxico, i n J thal John B Cripps, his Secretary, had been appointed Coueul 'lbs baa t>? sa coi ti? med through vari him Bowran, arnon te ihn ib ame and illasiwl of a vary large ruajurlty of the Aiueilcaus resideutnere, and ? chilly Includingthoa* engaged In mereaotlle porsuft who are aol highly pleased wtiii tlio mauset la which n? \ A hU ?iBlles daring the very critical times of tb? alago, aa to, it ippt ars, waa ? ugaced Is i artea for tta in tereala of those ol his ronnel ualioualitr, ano especiall) for thom of bia croad, aa well as nu friends, th, . \ ? ,,n fe.i.uate-, im ?n iiijit entertains the bigheal regard, bavlua given the position ot Vlce-f'onsul to Jefl l>a late Chorar, and ilao employed au ex Confederate (Vilouei us, : rk. while there were -???,?? rai Aroei nans m the city, win? bad ..?i -, oil in tin ri hm armit -, aad wim drain ii j.. ?utii.iiM to obtain a livelihood. Mi otterbourg lus twice preaeutod hhaaalf ?? tn l'a;.!? ?? m ins m m eapacitj as Minister, bul his pap . **n?,/ ariagt/mir rapular," ta wan nut raoeirod as su u It Is known that be ia very obnoxious to the Llbei account of his baring gow t?> Washington on a lobbying mission on b? half of tua Empire, aud the fJoverumeut, from this fact, regard ins nomination us au insult. M is now Beatty two montas siuoc (lea blas oeeuptod ttocapital,and foul weeks sin, o President Jaar?] n. a ni? bis quart? ra ?ubi nits walis Aa yet, Mwaver, note ng whatcvei baa beea ?lou.- toward reorganization uthei Hi.m the i on?ti in in.n of tlio nu nisii \. ?huh even noa i? ?i? t.?, .mil the iiiiultiiitniii o'f the various offlurs ol tbe Supreme Court, Bart ol whom have d. elm. I Ing, and mattera are beeornlag moat beautlfuil? mix ml i:,, eleetlena seem bo nearer at lumi thaawben Maxi mihan was attoa ins tbroaa, notwlthstaudlua the inuel murki d impatient o and tutease dl-aatiafaction i rested upoiui'i sides, aad Iba press aud poople conUiui illy ask thai s,,me BMive toward theil speed} eoosummal ??ii ma.v n. ii.inmeiii.il Mr. Juatez'anbas are no1 fulh di velop ti, n ia presumed, and auiis mon n* lona ru i elapttt ere he will conclude to stop the cries againat bim now becoming general, and Issue ino ??decree" which wn! decapitate bis political bead, and give him an onum minn of returning to tea anadea oi private lita fur windi state be Is poiuiuil> fitted, both by education and nature. (.on DtaSBBBBMBOW to have the lead In the Presido: - tia! ?aueetMti, for the whole press of the Northei i tatt - ii.i'. come out unaalinousfor him, nominating Kn.klil MoBtei, who is u dist.iigiiishtil lawyer, aad who bas tan-a refused the nomination for Preaidenl as chief Jnstire of IM Baprensa Court, ami Vlee-Presldeui n "' Esctibedo .leslies the DominaUoB, as well as tejada, Tri vino, ami a Beera of otbera ( mnna bai bet n named fue the paatttoa of Chief Juatloe, on Juarez's ticket. When it is leim iniieieti that tea (tanara! eau but Barely reud anti write, it wlB appear as au tnl,| , bul ,. thmigii .?ne which hu? many parabala In both military and civic offices in this " Republic" Corona Is a brave valiant soldier, and a true pstrlnt, anti should he anoeeed t? tins most important post, moneyed intiuauc? coiUd nut to brought to bearunon him, a? it ever baa beea with the expounders of Jurisprudent? in Mexico, as It is .t well known fact, aub only on? or l so on i plums, thtre has never bo? a it Judge, from Chief Justice to petty Alcalde, wlios? dec Mona have not b??eli tfivi n through peisoiiui InflueiK i? ?rof utont v The difflcnltles vifiii li have ko ?<uik existed lit tween !.<? sadaof Jalisco and the Jaarea Oovemment bara at last been positively arraagad, ando treaty aatsbed up thrungli teOagoacy Of Corona, who reached MM on Munday, (.??ii. Alvarez baa also really sii5pciid*d hostilities, and tu?-statu?>f Ooerrerotaatpeaoa with-the is?wers that BO." The financial oinbariassnieiits of the ?Joverninciit aro \ut r.'it?iiiK.and Its uiost enthusiastic friends In gin t.? look to the future with muiiy misgiTlugs. No une is being paid a copper, and aroa the soldiers ora frequently al? lowed to go unpaid for days. The members of UM Amor ican "Legion of Honor, ' to whom Juarez i* Indebted for his life and cause, have received the lusigulfleaiit sum of Miaiadaya. TMOn-rwaaBBBItataaaraaMte this com? pany some BMMB, back ??ay and bounty, yet cannot pay a sixteeatb of tto amouat Several Cabinet meetings have been held within the last few dayn, in wliltit tim project of Bataan a Iowa from tb? tiiit.il istates (Jovern meat ana boob dhkraaaett Bee murat sanaataai e must now to accompanied with the BMMraaJ, or the fabric knuwn as the " Kepubbc of Mcxlo??," a* it stands to ?lav will la,- driven to the wall, and forced to succumb from Ita poverty stricken condition alone. All the foreign representatives, with the exception sf the KiikIIsIi Charge, left the city veslerday iiioruiiig to? ft ?lui with a lui?.? number of tia? citizens of their vari? ons countries. M. Dan!, Kreuch Mildster, was BBMBrthll ?'??"'to the (torernmeot fimtliv cousentitig te his do parlar?. ^ *'t'^J -> * "" Miguel I.OPC7, the ungrateful wretch xtho sold the eniMror at ?Vueretsro, has pubibdaHl ? pAfTiphb t. ?d urtssniglt -I,, ),is fellow countrymen and tli-world" n BM Mass of which he tries to refute the .barges of treachery t?. nhtatndllan. This Isa most barefaced f.iHin. loss set on his pa?t, after the truth has l?eeu made so ?."sitivo and sjiread world-Wide. The trovornuioiit has f'V^ _?i *VrtVm>,lli- ???'ort and given the foltawlag to lig if. which, Is yet ia the only thing done with tasnact fothe/tu/rowflorlilghwaviiitn: li.nil., .fnare?. Conatitutlunal President 0f the Mexican 1 lilted Mates, to the inhabitants thereof. Ile it ina.I.' known that I, ni the u*< ?f the pawer in me reatad, lum tbOHghl Wall to Mi oleo as follow,: Abth i B I. Inaemni h aa tau i in umstaneea bara ceased on accom t i.f wim b ti, t ?mulandilla Oeneral of tim Army of tne fjaal IwiiumI Hut oidor of Aptii 27 of lil? present vcar, for Hi.M"iri?hti.ent of all crimes and acts of violence, that order is lici.l.v annulled. Akt II Cases of robbery will he tried and punished according to the supreme las of Mm li 2. IBM, and of the circular uf the Muiisiei ol JusUce of llthJUy. MIT. Bl Niro Jr\urr. This punishes with instant death all persons Magul In the act of committing highway tnlw.cry, murder, 01 an-, act of revolting crime Under Its provlsten a rubber chief waa ihol ti La Pledsd on ntaroay last. The troubki between the authorities and the \<rre ?rni and Metlosmerchant** '- irnng? I on Wadnesdar last. .?. uinet oouaeutlug U. lake the sum of tu , ?w in lieu ot the vast am ?uni wlmhlt flret ileiimhded. lids a?; Ion Ims saved the n.ssitvof elir-.m. lim-'further rev,? iitloti, although auutb i ii warming Into life ?nong the na .,.,., .,., ? ...,nt "f u not Inning been pah! a far thing of lu dues for som? tlsae. 1 n.- contract fot di lining the valley of Mexico, hy cut? ting a elis.l through the eaateru rang? gf mountains, Bccordins to the plan of QeB.O ? Smith of the Gea federate Bl 't'-s Umv.w.t? let a few days since. ThM is an imoorteal work, 'i1"1 &*? |,,n*" Decn >?"h rconteuipl .Um I m coal will ho in the neighuorbowl of m,000,0W Among th.- bidders for the work vu a distinguished engineer, wt M known in tim Fluted Status, Wims,, figures were tu o, i cent below those of tin? winning party, and whose su ii unties were the ls-st In Mexico HS lost the emit cart tm account of being 'Mmaciiuaiiited with tho Mantean method of securing public Jobs," in deelmlng t?. pay tim round sum of lio.???? as a bonus, It has recently trans pin d that tin letters written by M ixlmliiaii te Ita luuther and brother, Francis Jasspb, M Ita night previous to hu execution, wtie atolen, together watha small rrhrulr iii wh i ii be kepi ins private doeussenta. lUeeatsdo waa iinlitled of tim fact, luit turned away with a brutal ri? mal k, and ?-'ave tho matter no attention. The gold liiincs of Chihuahua are reported by the press of that State te be immensely rieb, and attracting bam ali suertera Ineieaatna sensgratioa Parties conten? pistlng a trip to these placera should rnmomher I bal the relay asease will have concluded tafees they can re.n ii tin ic, ami that tm nine mouths Hu- tuluos cauuot be wo. kod fioln want of water. ?UK TV lib'. nu: BPBIMOl iKi.i? HOSMg sii.iw-nitutrii anu I.A.ST 1 >AV ? LIST OK PKKMll M1 AWAKHKD. gioiu out Nj>?ici?i OaffsayeaSn Hi-iusui ik.i.i), Auk. li, t*57. The Fifth Aiititi.il HofBS Fair BBSBS to a isiic BeSSful (lose this alterinion. Tlie attendance, at the clos Bag hours of the cvlnhitioii IB Batte large, considering It was the hist day of the week,mik! everything passed off salislnetoi ily. TI.ily unpleasant ti.ii.g I olilu-ctod with the affair was Ihr lueach of faith perpetrated by one of tin u 'porters of Ihr l.'rpublinni tins niortilmr lu puhlish ing a partial lut of the premiums awarded, it aesng an> Uuctly agreed upon between msnsgera and repint?is ih.it tin v' were no1 to be published until after ttudr publia auuonncemenl tins forenoon, The Srot class selle ii (a ?lay waa rio U, gcutlcmen's saddle bones, for prem?eme of 135, |1\ and |li>. The entries wein Hn-ylock, hy .f. I* ( olby, Plttsflcht; llob Roy, i>y n. Alexander, Jr., Spring fhId;Casco,bj n F Prsik,ditto; Bam,ay A. Osrpenter, Button; La? n neeliar, by Tbotnaa Wier, Boston The i,, vt in linn: .n ii oilier wail nil. a* saddle horses, bul the entries were not as man) .is the premiums, then- being taree of the lattei and only one of the former-viz., bandy, hy 8, I Twlchell of Booth Prammgham. class No wwssrot tandem or trleem teams, for pre mliiiu.s Of |S0 and ga*. TBS entries wen-: Nameless, hy 11. Mallison el Sh. II.uni.- I alls; Ceo. Washington and In? dian Rabbi r, bj I. C.t base, Boston : Weare ans, by a. ii. la Hows, \\..i|. ?le; Lethrop and Ned, by Thw i u Carpe?; t.i of Hartford. A trial of speed between the last sei ied ti am and that of Mi < base was very excltiinr. hihI thies heats wen trotted, Washington and mat?- winnini; Hi?, lusi in 2 li?, ind th.'otlui team the two last in i:.i5| and a.-ir.j. tli? lime of iii- Bscond heal beingthefssteet over ina 'c by laml. m-- I ?ass No. I showed BOOM line young s?.ulmus, five m irs mil und und'r ft ghi, vis.: Bonny lim.a, entered by W W. Cross, Palmer; Little M sol, by Patrick Cabul, tlopklntoa; Young Mormon, by Hcorge Goodwin, tan.ubi Fast ; Beth In.-w, t.y .1 W Weela, Paltuer; Cub, hy F H Ellsworth, Raat fbatham : Nue t?i bj (, c Hitchcock, Wew-Preston: HartmrtJ Ham hi,!,mian, by 1 I! Smith, Hartford; Tanoni ahm ey K B. brauer, .South Framings im i uf. rannten i mt The complete pn munn list Is hi follows Cual, t -TV??re*?'?*'? asvaami -I'mmum W. +>? rna>, ti tores?/J, B ???? raiatof OinallB ti?,, ga u . / *.,r BfM i STacs?. Pwsaaai St.? ?ni *>/* Ki.nre nut K.-atu- k . BaOl batfcoal iM If W. W I la n<-r? sf H-lu,oi,t i i ,. | ,\ , .' . .., * t- ira ,,U an4 ??<" -I rsl *>?"? S II Psrklai <'.m't,l.. Unit, *l'?' * (MSasmh Blaoaiag fir???, g V i i... ga I mmltefmi i ? >?- ' is.i .,-. o, s I ,,t gl?S Vi \\ Ciu?.. Palari Bama?, t ? ?" '? I II ? ? . ? gi Proa l'..i". . Itii-.l *r. W li s?. ti llirt.ur't, fiurtli. i!i, I'atnrk ? ah I. II, | >!i,l?t. Mr.? ( i e?. N.. ? --M"i/rt?4 ./ 4 y'tr? ""4 tntaVr S ?I'r ihI'iim SIOO. a-, Si??x1 eel l?m Manea sal -I ki W li BoaUS ..ill,-! |..:d . I'll tal' r - Uf* I I I ii I ? ' ' m U fi 41 SSli It < k1 VI H Mii'h af llirif'ii I, H'S . i I I,; A i , ..f III... ii',. ? I , ?. ? ...a.? 475 S"-'. ? 'i ?yu CraaiU ?tal UastfaC II. I \ ? 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I Ji au 1 OM 014 rat, oaTaraa bl W. g Sm.th of ll.-lfuri, Jin !..?,, ,.,-. ,r.\ ( , r < arprntrr afHsitl -1 ' (i.iaiN.1 M -Mai rtunnlny Baal PSSU no? elk M itilS.'.l MsJ?r M.li.u. isLtrad bjl M I Uowilaso! Boatoi I ,.,.,? K.u Uiaky Balla, BBSsTMIf W W ?!,??.? ?f kSSSMl int. mi an. Class No 37 was for liorse? Hutt nevi r I?- d * .'7 t> Imr nesa, mile ht-sts, tliroo In flse, to luirneis. Tim entiles wen- J J Powen's h. g. John Kerrie; Win. Woodruff*, h. m F.mpiesa, beStaOf Boston, alni H. A. Chaiuplli.'sih ? MrCh-llan. Ejipreaa whs the fsvorlt* lu the pools. ou getUng the word, Ferris, who lind the pol?, went off with n lead around ths turu.M.Ciellun second, Finprrsahresk mg und fallu,k ?o the rear. On the home stiefh M, ( Isl !!? in i m1'"' i l??n<*'?111 !,f"-r l'"*",1|n< thS half milo pole in lio, ns.k the nls. Bmprem laki-.K the sen,mt plaea, mu in this wuy ks beet was tminpleted Mu l, ! , ejoatng bj two leiurthe in trMf in the aseond baal i st pi.-ss took u le.t.I. iBSSSWStl hy M. ( lilian, i.?rlli ,h,r, Ihepace whs faat, and after getting around the lum Be Mian went for the marr, Isp^d her and k.p With her to the upper turn, wbsa h?, gWW awn and w.iii the h??Bt hy l?v?, lenuilis lu i.j*|, Bmpreae brosl-' iii?? on tins taome Stretch. The third li.it ?|ul stsn.,1 with the horses all together, and they all broke around the turn, hut M. Clelhin kept the Irai). At the niii^r turn he broke Into a rim and tunk se?,?rai i,-aP, bofure ho waa brought du?' n On UM isst hulf Ferris in? ??.?I Ifmmesa and paswid her mi the home stret. h. laeClellan oroassa Ita score two lenirths ahead of Fen it, hut on accouatof his lunnliig tim heat was ghen fo Ferris in * isj. jn ,tlH third heilt MeClellan took a lead, elOSSly followed t,y Knipiess, who kept to his wheel nearly to the turn ana Ferris wus well up to the pillie. McCkhsn kept good Ins ISfttl, OUU *uu tim haasTTu W, ttaW tnffli tVc ?rat prt uiluiii, Ferris windup; the MBOtid. A rniiiiliu race took place to tilt np the sport of the a fier noon, for thr.-e jireiuluiua of llu, pis, and $37 60. The ?ntilos were M. T. DowiiIuk's Major Mahen of Bos? ton, P. Wood's (len. wunama of BovsiBeeeta. and W. W. (heiiery's Kurlea of Belmont, Masa. The race wa? milo and repeat On the tap of the drum for theSret hu.it thev got off well.altl/ough Milhun hi.d a Ititi? the worst. of the statt. Williame took the lend, followed hy Iturk? and Milhun. After making the turn, Kurien went ainag side of the Collei ni, Mullan two langt li? fli-ldnd. The um to tim half wii!, ? fine nue ; Muhan bein*- let out down Hie Immo-strt-h h, they nil Osme togtdher. Ootng around th? turn, (?en wllllama rorced the ruuniug. ami led Ita others u laaythi bul on gi '""k Into the streigbl sid.-, betta the sebera mnjmd him. They ali ?Kd tueti hest mi tim run home, Williams wumliiK hy half ii leagth. Mallan, semi,d by n seen, 'iiuie, im Oa gatttag the nord th?-.. went oil foi Ita Beeund ?mat, and Mahen got into a pocket, and, aiih.niHh ho Wiu luoliuod to fore* the running, he rould not get out of the position in whit: he was in until the hurses got well up to the back-side. Hu ttaa then ?nele rho running ami led to the half tulle, other two together a length Behind? At the three i'uartc pota Mahen t? ?<?k up Um runaing and after a hard sling ide passed Ranea and beal hlineleagtb, (Jen. W. th enifths behind Hurlca. Inn.-. 1 ,i. On the third heat Wil.i.'ini? went off with a toad, Mali m anti Ranea together, anti in this way they passed the hilf. On th? ;,. t bair milo Mahan fur. eil the running, ami, having parted romp.my w itli Rai lea, - balleaged tim Qeueral fur (be beat, aad after an entatlngran boat him out half a lengthtn !:&??. Tim Brat prosslam was given tu tfa|ot Mahan, the second to QoB. V? i.luuu. and the tiilnl to Kuma. The last .uni (<r.\it rare of the afternoon, and the aloa lug itotn Of tetereM ?f the Kuli was tilt trot for a purse of ti.**>. open t?> all tiottnig burses. There wara tar.a* nie?, u.nuely, I) Pilfer us. b-m. Lady Thorne <?f New York, N. Hal.omi? tis h m. Lucy of Hartford; anti A. Goldsmith ni b m. ooldsuuth MaM eCBteeasteg Qreve, \ Y. 'lue last named lim so did not put lu au uppuar ?in i. and in cording to the rules of the Society tim race was ofLi.n-y requiring three horses ta start. The Society voted to give tM same premiums fur Lucy and Thorne, ti.ne.i t<> th.- Hist and two to the second. Lucy had the peta. Bad on getting tho word Lucy started off with a slight lead, but slut brok-i sroiind tint turu and the big mare took a lead, which sim made a length before Lucy gut steady again. When she dul get te her work she BOOB placed herself atangsxta Thome, and thuy wont sid? by sub? to the half In tuet Qotag around tim turn,Lucy drew awaya length,hut mi getting intotho straight side Thorne l.ipiied her, ami they again went together to tee 'II -tan- e Hag. wlifu Thorns bruna, ami Lui y won tim Mat In 3;>Jl, The horses wan Started the first linn: thev MUM for the wind uu th?? aeoeod heat, ami Lucy took a lead, nooning ? laUBgtJl between thom, which she maintained t?> the head of tee stretch, ('.?ming dows ti? the half milo, tht? big maro was lol out, and her long stiIde enabled nor lo close on Lucy ntiu-lly. At the half, lu LIM, they wer.- lapped. Hint giuiig aroona tim turn Thome took the pule. Hoon iiftci Lui?>? hawke, ami fell off three or four lengths, the Lady coming muni- SB easy winner In i:3o|-the fastest mile ever made on the Hampden tr.u I, In tim tiilnl boat Lady Thorne took Um bid ?round the" lorn, willi Lucy to her Wheel; sll?' bettered herself .1 little on Hu? ll i? k -bl.*, bat broke und fell BO? about three lengths. The pace was not so f.ist, but the big mart) wen' along lu.ititi fully ; on the upper turu I ney knocked titf a length of tim diateaaa thal saaaaaMd thom, but the Lsdy kept her load anti won by two oi three lengths ni '.?:JL The fourth beat was rallier tame, Lady Thorne taking a lead andkeepiag It throughout, liney acting very un? steady ami making (ho work of driving her rather hard. Lady Thoras was the winner In fett, and the Hist pre munn was awarded ti* her, Lucy taking the second. This closed lbs Ki ft li National Horse Pair, ami tho people wendod then way to their se mt.ii homes sallsltud willi the amount ami uu.tlitv of tin .-uti i luliiinent that hiul been given them. Km,mt nilly, as well ,i. otherwise. tM Kair h,vs boon a sue? ess, ami a handsome balance will min,nu in lan l r t-ntry sftel Hi,' p tym 'iii af Ihn billi. TKOTTINt, AT 1SKWIU Killi. Nkwiuiii?ii, Sept. I.?A entail crowd oofigre tf.it???l at lUghbuitl Parkyeateiday aftaenoea, te partici? pate, in the general interest BMtalfested aaseng private i> ?riles in regard BO the result of a race bel ween two Bones entirely unknown te fame or speed. A dog swosd by tho proprietor of the track could beat either of tin? antill ils, ?nid did distiuu e thom in the Hist Mat, but that did not abate In the !. ast the eiith islastle feelings of the reapOCtlVC barkers. The race was mils heats, beet two ni three, ni Inn lies, for a purse ol' Meg, The entries WWM Samuel Burrongha*s b. m inly Wood, a four-year old by Tosa Cribb, end rhomaa 0*Leary*ab ia. Nelly, a five year ubi, als?? by Tom Cribb. Mesara, /irhntra. Otaras ? Wilson dill what J ml te nx was noccssuiy iirW Beni Lady Wood took tM I? ad, Nelly breaking b.ully Al tim half nillo, however. Nelly improved. Baa lapped and thoa paaaedtM Lady, wtaalngtee heat in 3:i.>l tin; dog ipoken of having made it la ?< IS Second lit it Nelly bad tee [".lo, bul the Lady soon got the lead Nully anon caught her again, and they trotted nl.lt? BJ side lo the hilf uni'' Coining to tim score, Nelly ?pre til In i -elf. .iii-l -'am?- In an easy winner lu RBB, Then? was tbon a trial of s|teeif bel ween O C. Matter son's loan gelding (apt. Taggart, and Owner's sorrel man. Jessie, ome around tM traca,MM two in three Tin- gre! wM t dead Mat lan aeeeai waa won by Jessie in 1341 (half-mile beata), and the tinnl and last race by Jessie in l.'.'Ji, thisending th.? day's sport. TUE C?MP?lOM IS MUSE. Ki J? Our SiM-.t?l i ?r-i-,i>.???i?ol Ai ..i >n, M.-, nag J?". 1W. The annual i lei'lisin ft?r <!t?v rinor of Maine takes pla.?. BB tho jfli of MftOMMt m-xt. Thus far the cuit, .t has mu been maread by the activity and ?putt Of former campaigns, and w.-ro a stranger to travel among us ha would scare? ly per?oit e a ripple lu the polit leal waiora I am almost surprised to wltnoea tM ap parent apathetic condition of partie?, yet, when I sm ra , mm.lod of tee brill uitaeriea "f mccsaeea ef tee Repos 1 in .m party lu th.s state aince Ita orgeatsatioo, the I ?j ti n tul? that pre valla cas be easll) iceountod tor, "if. i alloue wa)," i? an oft-repeated rrmarkof the ?Copper i beads tod thal is tee truth l do not know aa teere ta .m,) p.ti iii ulai need if arousing oui people to fever beat I \i,,.v (..ni stat. ,1 i p it when be said: "Weharono new principles te ?l? tare, ne rhaaga of notley ta M Bounce, ii-, step seek ward la take, ae Baw is?-,a ., t,? make" lhui ?- Btaoasviy our attitude.ead ItettotM ! MBliatent thal prevails ?ion our thiuktug, Inteliucnt i,,on ? i s ' rlllage store after tee day's weah ,V I The i oppet lui, d organs are try las hard te direct tee l attain.-f llepuhlicana frota National lo Local Issu -, sad th n baa been organised In several parts of the Btal? a secret eaetety kueera te Gai P I l'? It ta weil Badal i ttiHt Hu. Boeietyhaa for its object ti... repeelet ; mo ntl? ,t'i..ii of Ibepresenl liquor law, ml the Bourboe ? !? in.-1,1 of t'., < .pp. rhead. is in hop.-.. 1.) Kit aid. toil. 1 trap unsuspecting; and '?n.?ni numb d Republicans, who i prefer lloetieo tn prob,bin.m. ami tri teem te rote tar a 1 sert "f pullUeal li. ' ? le ra sent b? tea I - glsl ttur.? 1 h ii",-ii?i- .t. i un ebie So taara, aad I am geaemlrj ' pn-tti w.-ii posted, hi Bot Werktag as veil is Itsaathor* i v. ula have 11 I wt.ir berth M given it by such Roawbll oana as I tin I i.-fm ?oil t.., i. u bul w liai they I? li.?v.. ti, it Hu- iiu-ii.t Isa uttghl to t? ? . h mi;, ??!. bul I hoy ceo not ' ibiitiry Ihemselvea wtth ita WO waa ???"?? Hi(htiug umbi i fu-?nine balnur win? h, for mi mail I y.-.n .. lias 1. ?1 it. followers to defied ead dishonor, ami the Inscriptions on w lu. h heve i><. o hm led '<> the wind -?? mun y ti moa i-v an .?l-l mt ii.-I liberty loving people Tiny li id much tall, r submit IO the law a. lb.? BeOfOS would in.i it, than to put IMbmbItos tata tea elataaee if their worst enemies and bare Ihra effnrt Ita dnan winch they deatra TMP I. L'a do not. therefore, ssaas lint beadway which was expected wbea I hey started ..tit Its m, mil.is sr., ins.ti* ap almoet entlrelj of Cop? perheads, and It? funds aro derived fi.ppnrhead ruaiacilera A It bough a few Republteaa stragglers msy bsrs Joined them, still, as before slated, the gi obi m.i-s of Ki public m. w in, sntei tat 11.eat di ubta aa t., tes taj Islatinii >-. lu-li has k'ivtri ii. tin* prese'll ll?pi..r aad ...it st?!, itary ' i wa ai? 11-a dta|i ??.?.! tu lavriflrc the fruits of lue victoiies which have tx-ea won la tn. bloody t m-. .t for national life, ia order r ti i\ i Ile? .?? uw marta I,uued As uupopi lar as the gtats ' .?nstabiilaiy law m.t) i?? to teem uni opposed t.. it m they are, yet they woul l rather Mrs II i - main ob the -? it ufe book and cb f.?r ? d iii m to tea the Copperhead party succeed with a m.tjoiity aantetaat t.?w:p.? out tee tagtahuion <rfhart Win? ter w hu h pars '-ii th to the obnoxious ena? Intent Our Copperhead pepere, la theil Interpretation ,?f the prohibitory law, keep up the en that li forbids t!... sale of i ni? r . ami oii-loavnr to fi Ightefl our fBIMBI a, bv s.t) log that a person guilty of selling apple Jatea will snhertM same punishment as if ba bad i ommittett bomb We, maim lag, highway robbery, arson, forgery, counterfeiting, p. r lory, and rape I his it tim verlest bosh Mina fears ago tto Legislature cnaeted a law prohibiting IM manotee* turo and sale of Intealealtag liquors, and tee sala ..f rider, tv,cut b> the manara turei tee object, la tee liiftoi rat.*, ? tug t.? prevent tin? retelling bj thegtaaaln ahupa and aaloona M every thing that theil keepera wi ra n . sd to cell cluer This feeture of the law la the aoam to-day aa It waa la ian, and not nutil m? * have th.- Copper? head papers BBBia ait) louse about it, and m in lo the cider ?I e s .-ii iii?- i iii) tug cry of a "great national par! Ilii fact is our farmers can BUMS th.ur own elder, soil It to their neighbors If tbev choose, turn li into ?nangari <>r mike it lato appa? same, and tie) will m>t i-, list mod in so doing Hut if * render i if whisky und. i takes t.? B .1 Ins tanglefoot Badea teenaaM mi cider, or mix It with elder, then ho mus? angel iii? punishment meit >1 out for soiling sut li un arl ?? -? i ii" on?'-et ?if the '. ?w is to regulate the sala of lo tot ?eating ag?era, aw the reaaoa <>i tim D?mocratie party making sucha teaaa shout tee cider question la wnii th?. Mm id drawing votes from tea Beputdlcau Iiaitv tothill imii. liny have ?ut out to ovurtluow tim Tohibltory and lim ( onsliibiil.ity laws, and, although such .lo not form nu issue in (hu t ampaign, the BOOMS already having Irinbi. .1 their verdict t tiiiceiultig tho Minn?, i ho o>l nunn of their pi ess teem with <? ipreasiolia of the rttoM abuse ami most reckless mtsreprsseutatlon SKaiiist tin? . -nai t in.- ii ?m referred to, for tim purpose of making tbein odious und bringing them Into disrepute. ^iti.mg appeals aie also made by these tent lemon In llrvl-ihh? giuy for lim tuxati-ui of National littmla It la mi? of the pinn upai l-l inks of their platform adopted at Pol tlnlnl. nu?l r-nils as followa: " Uriohrii, I lia! the Unit, .1 Mates t-.-n.te should b? teiod " Notwithstanding the ciciuiitioii Rum taviitioit Minis a Demooratii proce dent, the Maine ( '.?pin rhouds Ignora the fact. They act on tint th-oi y that lia man pit) s lils Inmost debts ho Is a se -nillir? i, but if ha dei lines he la the pink of BOBOT Win thor the bouda shall ba tuved by Congress, or by the Ht,to, or w bat Is to li?- ilone wtth th" proeeeda of taxation, ) on will observe lu Mu i "solution. Josa nut appear ; nor | ni.? wo snllghtenaa by tUslr party press. Hut, whlls lu nue breath the MheMO of bom' laialloii ia di uiandcil. lu another breath these aame chaos prat? against pa>lng tuxes, ileinamliiig Hint " the bullions which now bourn.? heavily U|miii the peuple shall be lightened, and become no more grievous than when tho old Lomocrutlc party administered the (iovernineiit, alni when Us ham! wits scarcely felt but in Ita blessings." duo can baldly tut?? late such cool ?o nuil. ?...? 1 ho p.'tiplr of .Vi,uni. will do their duty Uti the du?, of BBBStMa, Thsy don't propose to suireutlcr the finita ob? tained at ths eipeiiae of so mm h 1.1..... I and treasure. 'Hie shameful ii-conl of Ibu lteiiincratlc party cannot be wiped ot-t, much leas forgotten. We know it wits tin? Iioino eratic party that struck han,Is with Southern traitors lu their mad attempt to overthrow the (?ovcrnineiif We know that the sacrifice of '-tie,mm of our bravo ami loyal son? dilling those tembl? four long years of blood waa owing to theiii. We know, too, that we ahonlil not have had a oouutry today bad it not been for the lb pub? lican patty Tbey earrtoi the country through the ti ni Ma thro?n of war,ami brought p.,,,?? within our distracted beraera, Tim bnrdeaa <?f ? .latn.n may tsi saenma, t?ut should ws have hut) thuin but tor the cours? of tim Keino eratic party saw the aeotruoUooof the OorornUMat was b---p.mll/i J 1 Our present (Inventor. Chamberlain, will be reclected. aad bia Copperhead antagonist, Pillsbary, win bo Bortod Maeath aa lurga a in\|orlty prOBorttaaately as wont agalnat hluilast your I lie blow he Is to i.h elvo BBOUOt be averted, .mil ult the palavering to gol li lui votti is just so iiiui ii sweetness wasl'tl A niafrniuri'iif row ni iiinihlt-l,i>nt atafagan to b.? ti.-, ted OB tim site of the Llndoll Hotel, ist. i.uuta, at a cost of gtoo.OoO. (iiinliiicr Drakl of FiiiiiuiiK'tnn, |fe., vTOTC una) year ps ha Isaf aaough te make aoo,aw booda id? em* plovoii oat poisons, aad paid ont iw.iam. TM business is eurried on in li towns. .Stiim- of tim young women eui ployed by him sara tmo pi i year and rctnalu ut liuim , tim work MingSMt to thom The Blmiro. QtUHtU lins it letter frnm (.ci?. A. Reynolds, agent of tM gemin?le tediaos weat of Arbon sas, w bli li states thal the t holei a Is piev ullin? uiuoii-g the Indians, and moot ? ,r the ? is. s were filial for lank of iind iciiie and attendance, Mr, R baiju.t rocoT*rcd from a lui tun attack. THE MONEY MARKFf. 8AIKM AT THI sloi K KXCIIANOg. nan nu.. n>i c/oux kam oovaaaMUMT iih.uiimkm F H M 1881 Coup IF se* 5 MCaup'Stj ?- Bl ?Coo ?fi;n i IW/SW.... ? Hil .'.""O l.'o'fll'k.li^ll 'ifi.i'-'O ... ios, i8.utio.iiocrk.ini Hessaaocp'u'?s lioo^oo.no'ci'k.ussj V Hins OlOn '?2 ? 7.000.110] rreiis Notes 7 J-K? 202.100.ii(ii fin.imo.iiij'cFk.iio| ta Butten uo.i?o.inn ?'?'''?"n.'li I ..wo.io:J a?.ooo.iJo'cik.niiit'SiVaoCp'&iii mm laeVk.ieTi 2?,?s? .HU1 6,0t?.?OST ,i.l?ieriu4. M.0O0'"".'j?tO 1U? Dlaa lOAUCoiip "I fi.nno .1071 I 75,UO?' IJo'el'k.lW? I 33,000.13 O'crk.ltfTf Tennessee 6s new Puclth Mull Mich So & N Inrt 3.0UO.ca?; em.Uti IM.<m| Virginia State ?* ! 500.U4| ooo. **l .Vio?!...oxeen. 604 Ixl ?V lind Canal I loo.bil). Ki| Oluo&MCer 125.1? ? 100.s;K). ?31 20,000. 27llMunpos? I 100.sJW. K3| 60,000.27| loo. 10| 1*1... 2d call. 831 10,(1)0.SOO. 37|i Quicksilver Cleve Jt Pitts Ohio & Miss 1 in I loo.H | SM.94 Fono.Mil I ?laang neem ChMBBWen Chin ? N W conaTd 60. 72 SOO. 4RJ couvertiblii b'de 1? . 71F Chic A North W Fr li.IVS).B2 100. 73F 200 .SOO 70 Toi J? Wah 3 ni BW. 72 ' soo.7t?i 6,000. &n| American Express Ch-v A Toledo 1.000. ?1 'JO . 71 I ?VI.Uli 71| Mil Se H-t Paul Prel 5.00S. n i JO. 71| l.H).?."?i dlioRl?PaTa 20.71| MU &*t Paul P Cleve & Pitts 4 iii ' 5. 71 j 100.of. 2.1)00.72| N Y Outrai BW.*'l MoriisAKsn?Xlui ino.tegl MO....2.1 n0. SSj l.ms). sr? j' loo.bJO.loiiJ Alton ?k Til West Uu Tel , 100.Ion] loo. M UM. 41|| IO.Ul'.? AltoUifcT II Plcf 100. 43 15.lOSJ 100. 82| 100....2d (till. 42, File ?Chic & Alton Atluntlc Mull I 100. 703 75.117 ion. 113 , Goo. 7ni Chick Alton Pref Hudson Ki ver ?Boston. Hartford 'J',....120 100.12S ' A Erle Clue A Kock Island Beading i 200. 11| 100.10J| 100.104J1 OffWB li? M HD Of BKOKKKS?IO A. M. Ohio A Miss t;er i Fr?o ?Cleve A Pitts Bajta).b3. 271 100.b3. MA 200. Wl 10.000.!I7? Retailing ! 400. b3 D44 Quicksilver I 200.1041 Chu A N W n?) .2H1 Midi Ho A N I ?300. 4?| N Y ? eii'i.il j 7O0. m Chic AN W Pref ino . M.MCI 50. b3 i :.oo.s3 Tdj 100.b3 in i i i ann.b3. 70i OnUt 11.11 KI? Of lilt?jKITUs??I P, M. Ohio A Misa Cer , Krui |Chie, K I A I'.i lo.oon. 27J| UK).7t 1 PS!.MM American Ex pr?s?1 200.b3. 7ol? um.,...lta| 10.71 I Beading | I.loo.bM IM] Adam* Express 200.bM 101J (hie AN W Fief 40. 72V 200.10*1 100. 7?i loo. 73 IMicIiHoA No Ititi UM?. 1,1 M| West Union TbI BM.. 84 Pitts, Ft W A (hie Ita .s3. ?.'IF phi .be., sa 300.bio.106* N V Colina! Chic AN West IIS) .S3 lOall 40?!. 4i I I'M!.UM ! M \M> MINIM, ?in US. nitsr aoaJkOa s li Is. Mm m7 .?fro,;.-? 1 SeeoudCall. ifJonVlOregoryOol Columbian O. A B. Corydon j loo. e. e 'si in. inn MB.1 id um.#?:?> ?15 Cbn'd Gregory G Mon.i,;i 1 40I too.e ?11 loo .e. C ?*) um.l 40 suuili A Pnruielee Corydon ! Mi).M 1 4'? loo .M. 8 45 Omi. 1 to (in. 1 40 uki ,M 6 46 2no _ ia i 40 ma _ al 1 (" Walkin Land IM . 1 45, 500 bta 1 45 50?). 48 ion .... hi 1 45 Aft.-rCall. (punt? Hill BW .s3 I 46 200....s3. 1 40 AfterCaU. lui .... hld 1 IV BW.1 45 600.S3. 1 !M ?mo . 1 soi ns). MB 1 M loo.1.30. 1 70 Hiirimin O. StS. Coliiinhl.m H A H I i'rlro/nim ?km.? nu mu. M United antes Pet n?. .I ?WNew-York ? Bad'o Ml.i>3?i 3 to loo.sd. ? 0:, m._ i j? Kynd Funu ipnrtzHill Edgehill IM . 1? I'M. 1 70 MM. 3 25 MOO.S3 3 --. Satt gBAT, hag 31 r. w. Gold luis bon dull at 111,??lili until after the closing of the room, when it sold down to MU. and chared heavy and ?tall. The eleaiingg at the (.old Esnkaage Bank, wen f?HJSlifltO, und the anJuwe |Lip,BB. The exports of ajMBM from this put ?luring the Week li ive heetl its full.Ill s : AugUnt M- Steam.-i Neu Volk, Plein? Il - Fon iK'ii sum 1 ... .fl.joo Pi ansian Silver . fatal Anifiit _"i st,, u,.t New York. Fond?n Basta .ISiSB nageai ? 1 ai looser ti. Banker, pura? Am? neun (nii'l. 4''1 Angus! II?si.-nu 1 rtaxoula, Hamburg lu m li liol 1 . 1,003 August Ji B tea mer 1 niton, Hern ?.'id Ban . taja F--r lill foin ii.onu AngnstM HteamerCity et Antwerp, Ureipc?**? Aiuein ?n (?nid .jo.::k 1 .1 li f.il tin- Milk Prof bOUSlj re polled Total Sha ?i J .lil. li Is.'.:.*30.451.7 t:| Kami time mi .ftataMH s lass t un- l?o?. B\MS,1M Q ? . iiiiiet'it lends Mininnie retry strong and au athamo was made on tin irn " ""1 II nil thi Iff BW. rjBj iv.-n? ein Bnwt ead" sold at MT, < nergena t-Stai of ItaS continue ? tree ami m nan earn 1*JM waa paid for then use lol dcli.ti;.. Stat.? and BaBalwal lennis \l. le dull. Miscellaneous shares wen BCgleeted. I'.I Hie Mail ?us ?leadv lit 1 * 11 - The Brpcesa stocke wan lower. The Ballway share in uket .?iH-ued .s'lun? at an unpioi i-tnt nt lunn Fridays prices ?ind an attempt to tally the mai ket mi 1 r-puiti-d faMuni.ii- Bank BtatementwaaBwsfe. bat with the axwptioa <d Miohigaa Snuthein und j the Ninth-West, m sha les thelu was 1 lit ?it tie deni le allowa to kay. Bite ofnMdal?g. sold at ist? and 1 ins. d al roi. The <:;?le ol operetom kn net yet heeii un re.isisl hy BBJ large ?1? allis, and Uie market (I'lituiu.s Without point. At the close pin is weie n'v at the ann'Ved (juotatioiis : New -Y.uk Cent nil, lu.j; Brie, Tuji.ji,; l?.a.liiig, UN ; Michigan ta nth in. BSJ ; Clevelnnd and Pittehnrgh, vm; Bock bland, KBfBKBI; rtotih-Weetern, UK Bil Itatrth? Watten Pretered, KH j Foti Wayne, IfJSIBUW, Mom v is ni aliuiiil.fit supply, as BOBnl OB Satur day, el 1.1 *> per cent m, nnsi ? llanenus si cm nies, und .?pe? Miiti'ti (lOVi-niiiK nts. The ?ants of brokers eimtinuti very sinall, a.s ihe aimnint of husiueis doing rontnuns very limited in amount. It is said the Bank Btatenenl a ill show .1 decrease in loans of f.;,!??!,!?"!, ami an lacreen Inepecieof ?-I 990,000; in ileposits(d$-.'.i>ix).iKKi; ?nul in legal tenth rs ihe ioll.1v.111g an the (;uotati.uis for the City Beak steekg : Mechaatan' .Ill Peopts,a.191 Union . IH Market . til Amerlcau .IM Nissan.wai ntl . m Shoe ?ft Leather .Ill Phciii?. .nu continental. nil Merchants'Ks.no SI Nlehoiai .im StateNew-Terk.. . IM Marine.140 Commerce ... lil Cenamonweeltk.tot Moeio ?mi s' Assis latioii 110 I Importers'and rradare'.lil Bonk North America....10A|I Park .1:2 Hanover .Ill iPourth National .toil Me?iol.'.lltllll.13-2 I ihe fiJlowiug is an otllcial sfateinent of the busi ness of tlio ollice of tho Assistant Treasurer of th?< I 'nitcd States. 111 New-Yolk, for the month ending Aug. BL, IBB: in 11 tir< tan Dfuonji agen June 31 IBTf. hV hal nice .112^,115,1/7 71 F. 11 ts din uni tin month, (inn., mt of Cuatoma _ tl!,MC>,T40 M On aenuat of (jold Notes., M30?soo on On aseoenl lutemsl Revenue lfl?eTI li OnaeeonatP.O Department. 108,171 ?J Ouaesount'rrenatem . 7,.'ii.ooo iki on sot mint Patent Pet I . M On account Mi-,. liaiH'oiiH . .. 01,097.131 -1 on aeeount IlUhurslne lee'ta.. 13,109,111 11 on set '.nut Assay Ofm ?? . total in? on net ?.um Intomt Aeoeunta. 43.-),s'j7 01 - '.?v.'h .?ii ? 1 Pii>ineiits . t.>'.,-i,2.-.7,ooa 81 Treasury Drafts .BJM83,I4i SI Post titll. e llrufts. M3, I 1 lUsliursiiig Accounts ..13.634, Assajr Millee. jii.ic.M'i Interest Accounts, viz: In Coln . Batjal M in cbjiobui. tj.i.sj, bj - uavenjaSM 01 Balance. tll.'.TCo.ely jo Bal to Cr Treasurer U S . tttaMnn Bul, Cr , l)i?huir?liig Aitounts. ?... ui.'.ui 1: Assiii Oltlce. S,3M,1 I -l It ti Cr , Interest Accounts M7^M fl ll3,Me,01* M Ben lids for Customs lu tim Munt li of August. ISB. 113,003,740 08 Receipts for Customs In tim Month of Jilly, 1806. 13.700.OH4 M Increase In 1*17. BWsVSfS SI fttatam at i'f tirmium tit thr I'nitnl Vu', .* \t$ay Offict tit \rw Ttrk fur iht BoSaUn eSMtag Any. 31, 11*17 : Deposits of (inld. I4?J.000 ?JO Foreign Coins. Ifl.ooo 00 Pureign Bulllun..*. 5,:ssi ihi Unit?-d States Bullion. 442,50000 Deposits of Hllver, including Pur? chases. ?7,MKj te Forelgu ( 'otna. D.d?i 00 Foreign Bullion. . e.ouo 00 United attain Bullion (oonlataed la g.ihl). 1,500 00 t'nltiHl hiatos Bullion (old ruin)_ 600 (IO United States Bullion (Colorado)_ 3,?moo luit. .1 states Bullion iljike Muixir'r) *si ou I ' ulled si at?? Bullion (Nevada). lS.oou 00 Total ih posits: Puvntile In Bars pisti.vtO in Total tapOSltSi I'll) al'i' 111 Collis .. '*H)4,000 00 (iold Bare ?-tamp? d . Triinsuiltted to V H. Mint. Phil, for OMaOgO. . |lft3,S73 13 Foreign F.xchuiigo closes w eak ; Hills ut I? days on London uro (piloted uf \Wa loV? for eoiiuiieiii.il ; lo?.!* ?BBBjin anaksta*I da. at, bhort sight, liitilt/iiiit; l'aria, at tWduys, 5.1H?a*),13; do. at sUoitbiijht, B.lO-ii. M*ll Antwerp 5.181^5 15; Swiss. 0.1*1^5.15. Ham? burg, m%4H?ki aaaaaaaaaa, aafaHti Frankfort. ?M 'all; Hreineii, ?^l</7s,|; Piiinm??ii tliaWs. 71|(/^ I'n-igiits? Ti? Liverpool, ? liluls. lahaeM at ?.**? I'.. Am warp, 'Si Mu?s-. TobaoM at Rta Th Boah rahm. svnhhaV Kanin at 2s. ::d. To (?.noa. boo borea ?>?> trad Logwood at ana. ea\, and IM obla steeia at a* per880 pouiuN. A balk MM i liai Mtod t?> Antwerp v. ?tli I'.trole-iin :tt M ki Hat tr.uis.it tiona al tin- Sui? Tn aaary ta I Reearpts for OaaaanMi 0500,000; foi <;,,|,| rfstaa, *T'J,0n.l; total Keieipts. f!.7'.7.uv; li?; total |W. inetits. |7^9fJ.6M K ; H.il nu.-. $112,7bv;.oi?,i ??. Earnings of the Atlantie :tn<l firoat Waatern Kail way for ?lie third week ni August : ?b1 .laaaja | UM.IteUMilDec 9MJM 11mtotal niiiKiitsnt Nt*i- Yuik fin the arBjokmbv pan* as follows: |Tea>eMtaj I I gas n a.i< g a., a DryG-ooda. ?viii.iii ruis.','. H.sii.stri tao-Wjai General Mdse .... 3.IKil.aT9 1 .?MT.Uti J.?MI.1ll a.acujij Total.te.362.5iW tt.i76.5J4 ??.67.UU S?.WT^M Ita .New-York ikaenajta ??i taratan: drj toada coin pan* as follows: MrSWrsd lisir?. is??. ism Entered at the ??ort . ?...uto, ?n (?.ws.iw a-t ... ,,', Thrown oa Baaraet. a.a7*,iw ,ui-i,i?;ii i.^ihj ataw/aa t IMg. 1????. i m??? Entered at the port.... U !,(7i?,'jtsi 9*1,111 ".? *-t s>c su Thrown on BSarket . ?T,;n,'r2i m/m,ili '(.tvk?'.pt Of tim cotton husmear? The Finanrial Chroniolt of tins morning says: Th.-n i o pis .how a small lueMMS m .-r I.t*i vu ok th? total at ali tM potts rea. lung ?,718 bales (against ?3.1 1 batea hut week, tVSM balea the previous weel .uuU'/jj balee three wetraslnee). making tire aggregate retW?ta since Soptomi,,.- j, tills year 1.S71.SJ.; |,,,|,.? against 3jST,sM batas for the name period In lasa-t lite exporta from all the porta for tM vu ok continus rery setal! tim total reaching only 9,110 biles against l,m l?,ili?'|?st week aad sJM bales tee previous vu-.-k The only ?kin mentswen from Kee york ead New-Orleans, lor tie corresponding week in 1MI the ikipmenta -r..?iton from all tim ports amount?.I to j.^-r, bafea. The tetaff^foreian exporta from fh? United .-states ?nie tepte-aber i ara now i.ms.i.? bales against i,.-??.:.rj Mtaa f??r teoaaam period li st rear, and tin ?t.,< ksat all tee port., r.-.n h nuly W.9?0 i.iios against SM,fS*bales at th- miae time in igag ii. tow is a lable of the innveiuont Bl cotton at ali tee ports sines September i taparte! ?iix-? -?*pt i is (.i Ports IM Ortana tag B Mnini* A-iji ?:t ... Cb.- r^n.n. V.,K H.. Sastaaasfc, .tut ij? I ?ii,. Auk i?i. Rsw-rart Attif is... Kli.ri.ij. A.ig U . Barta c.r..iif,?. ?nu Vir<itilit. An/. 'H' _ ijltirr parts, Aug. M . T..'?l. .illl,?* 1.211 .-'*.?J l.-.tilW Exports of sja't-it- Ii.v Hu.- Suxoniu, ?aV^Ottj I>v Pal ton, $.>.f,:.i?ii; l?y tilt? City of Aiitweip, none. The ?mount of coin in the viitilts of tim lYaaaaTf Department to-day wiis$114..j1S..'00: of which amount $".|.M?n.i?isi wn.s in coin lottilicutes. The atiiount of iiiitiiuy wat, $.i7,<My*>>, making a total of $I'?1, ulSSthi imports info tho Australian colonie? renehed CXft?bflBb\ and tim exports aaav?aaVBaaJ Within the last 16 years New Soiitli Wales Bad Vu tinta have yielded ?l5O,(XJO,0U0 worth of gold, and NYw South Wales han produced S.txm.isn) finis ,,t ( <HI|, S.nitli Aiistraliu lias .i!h.),w itlnn the last t.-,, years,ex isntetl 1'",ik>i,U(jO worth of copper. Tim tuiinaganf vessels winch orri veil at Australian p??rta in IseV? was :?,0u0,lX.?n. nuil a similar amount of turning?- left tims? ports timmg (lie Beeag rxiiotl. Forty j ears agu lag number of Inn*, s. tattle, ami sheep in Australia was uiuler 4.XI.000; the number is now maily :?V**9.(j00. The i'!? -ifin mi PJsaasaaag* afTaaaraaaj sara: Ve ? tu mie repeal the old atory of a etaes money mar ket, m I m? disposition OB tM part Of banks te ac?mino. date borrowers Curre ney i? in better supply, but still brought from Now York by some of the banks". Kast.-ru Bxchaags is ??uotcd at par buying and 1 lo premiuiu sell p I Ile flasfOB Jtiiininl of Thursday hiiv-: ( tiiitiuiioil ease prevails ni the BSOMJ mai kit. an.l although thors Is nclU a m ?i ?rate denian 1 tot a< - ommo. dation, yet many of tM banks find that earraaej Ma i r.-nileni V te aecuiiiulal?* ill omi-* of all ? alls. ?".". Ultu' : - rial paper bj I" Hunted supply, and sion t aotea of I gi ate ire especially ? area. The demand for eall kiana bj elso quite light, there betngno "i?-. ulattre at tn ?ty in ti n Stoeh MBrftet, and dealers in (lovel uiueiit iceiuitli , dotaa a eoiuparatlvelj -mall buaineaa at preaent, th i ii, i I roo Mea at Washington Mrlng atTeoted the maikot t,n ftvorsiily. l?ales ?.ule low. OB approved collaterals, and taaaaare guise r. tij otfrred st I pei eentooOo meats, and some ewen as taw as 4 per contato mpertai The rat? on ills..?nuts of bushier* pansr Is ism 1.Hally an? nil red, < ustomera i> ij ing fr.-m t to : i? r f-ui. met nrdlB| to their standing. In the outside marK-t e betas paper 1? in demand it I pei 1 sat, bur a gis.ii , , 1;, aoml iai:> of ti.? Ural qua! ti. paaaM at ?tj tin' : j?r cent. lae Cincinnati Uaseftt of Tnuradaj *.i>s: Tuen bM boen Blore activity in noneterj cireteato. day ( t!i- from the rooarrj tar ? tun m j?" hare Mm larger, aad the local d. minni for money gaite active Most ni ?lu paper now eBfered represents new business, tli-i? Ii..il.1. ..sin th? .siiuj.?? of ?.milli- Tbeia lagrri ? rally a nifltaleBer 1 f eainuey for a smeeth w.<rkiugi.( tto n m k ts. but it ki Ih tag ?tul orticie.l <? it fiom N'ea V uk. n anticipation of ? rontinued activo damsnd (latea of miereat are gna at Sato par sent for grot eli * paper, and there is inure go?Mi, acro|irabb? pa\*-r ?<ifor.-?t lu lb- Spaa m.tik.'t at MSkll per ceut than ia ea-iiy pi n 1 lau ' airoae RcpuhU <m ofTburadar Mya: Tin-?I? maud for iinuu ? v i* i, tn .-. The mar kef Is finn. Qood m .1 lirst class Is BBgOttated at Io pel ci-nt. lOBSad plans papsr st dlsasali t?? piara nss saarket tar Bastera ex. hange is dull, and the aupplj offi-ring large? Batas a:e nut ?>,n?t..lily lower. Roood tata from hanker to heater -.?.?:, -? -I al I i?i off. ('onutel' rate? were u, noted at |a\| od hu . :. Bi ami BBC selllug. 1I!K M A li K1 ITS. ?l MSSSI ) r.-;.?n?s? f,.r Th? Tkibtv? 1 !*irr i;t?w , Ain? M, 1*?S7 A-HI'- Pata are St Bdj at ?J io. l'eails ure BJBMt an I li? 'H' . .1 mi.i.?m'\\ la In (aird maud, and sells nt tootie, fm ', vTentern and Routhen HITl.IUM; MATKKIAlcaro without spet lal change ; tM demand foi ull unities aeanngunder this heading I? moderate. We quote as follows: Bricks at t-'.-fi f..t common Fiord; Sl??S?forOrottni.andStef'?rPhiladelpl?ls Front. Cesaenl al ti M for Kosend ata, liai, at Maate foc RtaOraada Mixed: t.',?-. foi Fteeuoa Ag n a M led, ... : ii ? i.'c. for Western Uawaahed Mixed Laths st M, lama ni, ntl.*. I.rneatli MforCommou, ai I ?1 M for Lump. Salla ?t as Ti for Cal ?id.aCtl >j tn Mall 6?? f?^r I'llncn. Plaster of Tu? s st ?t <P tun tat Blue Kora Itaotte: ft W ^ tua f-.r White N.-va Scotia: Il M ?P bM for r.t!,lni,| r.,1'1- ru. ?nul V? ;t> p bbl. for Calcined Kutakerboi ker and Ktui re Milla. BKteTLKfl are without change In pri?es, thedcBuad motterate; wa quote at Me. an for Amertrant raj and White. i ti'iTDN-The niaikef i* ipiit-t : the d? luaml heavy, prim Ipallj hu small paresis froiu spini ? ra. Th? re Is I i pressure to rt al /?-. ti ?ever, and \-v\ ??* are steady at ? . f r Middling Uplands to Me. fi i do. New-Oi leans ; sales t| UT', linios (dUKK No sales of anv des? ript.on are reported; pi lees w ii unlit change te Bote. < ? tNI>LC8 Adamantine aro tirtn and In fairdemaud at ? ?si.Hiui al lae . and fal iii at Mo. l?l:l us AM? bM> Sftatt articlesromiuc under ti ? boadlng have nut With a fair jobbing demand, ai.dpri el are inafalned. l ?-VI w ? >i > i ?-- The market la yery quiet, owiag te the se . i, i'v i,f^i.i"t ki mt s of wo. ? ?s roeprevataaee of >- I low f.-M r Bl WBM of the Brim ?l-al I>\ e- -od ports choi ii the arrivals of reaarla, Wi quote at ti -, gold, for Cam* w.,,.,1. Ml -,'tu foi Pustle Cuba, aad *ji) fordo Tampleu Fi.ot'K am? MKAi. raedeprasBton aadlnogaiaritr which distinguished our inarki t fus Western and Stete Plour, the week piu-r to our review of this d:*y week, bas -m? ?? beenevi n more nott? sable the liberal arriyala oF?ew, here and al UM upper takeo, Imvo Inerrasod the dispoeJ ?u r?. -?ii and ladueed tM Irada t<> nimmm with gita:- lUtion. The depression has ti. on the in,.?| lu irked in tie lOW andu oillutii iri.tibs of Ni w. I lu.I a l-.tmllv brands. ttaWgh l??\i.r. have not b. .u forced on the market t<? aoj extent, and ara aotabaadaot au gradea of New Plear are s.? good, via- iio not aatk Ipate the usual wide range in prieco, and there Is reason to task for a diminished consumption of cholee Fau.il.v Eitras. rho trade la raryesMOMianrtag Wheat Ii-hma Ma grown m imBortanos ha some rears past, and tin \ arada* lerradlypopular with the trade; aad thierearwoaa* tielpare B vOTJ large business m (bein. We nave ad.li-1 inatciiall) to'our tt-sk of Family brands, but that of low nades la i educed, and weare without any s*s?.rttiient of sound Shipping branda, aeaee the bael neos tar exjwrt hai not proved rent large, though in aXMM of last week. To? il.,?, tM market ts steadier, and on the low and Mattum ?unios BOOM advance Is obtained. Family grades ara steady but very dull; the sabs are T.St-ti hbla a' 0? 6Si* t; >> for suneiiliic s?ute (old Wheat); St* ?jo,mo ?n for Ki* tra de., the inalde price for Unaoundi to* is??au :s for tim low grades of Western Extra, from old Wheal? matigy Unsound; $m tteHO for old and new Bblpplng Ohio; tium ?ftlti IB fur Trade 00 : tl<?*t11 'W fnr new ateMS Wi ?1 Ivtins, tu 5" tliW for new White Wheat Extra Uldo. I ii.liau.i and Michigan ; Ho liia-tlJ as fnr single and don lile Extra Bh i/ouia; and li? toatu for Tripla do. ?al., furnia i lour ia lower ami fre? lv offrit d ? Ktles of flTO bbla. and bags at til TfagU ;s, the latter for retail lots. Cana? iliHit Flour Is Inactive and prices urn ertain. Houthoiii 1 loin is dull and coiuinon gra?los are lower; sales of Ml bbls ut ti'utio so foreomuton to faed Hulttmore and Couotrr Extras* tin tsafu isroraew Extn?Ge?>tKiaand Virgialat aad IMMagnSfat trade and lannly bramli tram Maryland aad Delaware. Hy?? Ptaaw totawaread elosos hoavy. the sales aie tso bbls. at M ?as fit?, the lar tor au extreme. Corn Motil ia flrui with afair limn it > ? sales of Jon bbls. (Itv st ts i-v Hl'UKTI ?KUM SKIT. 1. 18??, TO UATE. t. I flritiln Oihfi flour. ni It? lat.il. Fert-ia? I'otta. BHt. tibll ?awana.sag. ah... nVM mmm ?i.iiinii.r..AagM.? ? ? t;iJ-'*l rUiUitsjIuhi?..A tg -'I MjBj |I..?t.m .Aiir. ?3.... 4.^8 l?J.-t'?tJ 1'i.rtlamt.Au.?l ? IIMS 1W.I?7 Nn.UiMUl.Aus- IJ.... 1,51*4 M| t, Bat . Irian u:?..M i.en. iti.ru i.ws.ts.! tau . ... losane 1 f.u ?so Flfill The market ia ?lulto bare of Dry Cod, but prIt*M av mes M eBange ; we quote at S7 BJ, lu Mackerel then? is a little lietter feeling, and prices aro higher as com? pared with our last: w.? quota at gJsaS?l fio for N? 1 Massachusetts short*; li? for No. 1 Halifax; IIS M for Hay No. 1- fu?13 (IO for do. No. t; titi.?IIS 60 for No. 1 Halifax. largo, and SO M for No. 3 Massa? li use t ta. large, Berring are,tether acaree st 4<v ?p box for scaled, ana iS?l,!*o mr No1. We BOOM t-Uluion lu pickle at 137 ?P lab!. (iUAIN-atssM tin* .lav week we Iiavo gai a taUlf I activ?? ?"it IrragalM mai kui for Wheat; tha airl.ala hav?