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Broadway Thkatkh.?This Evening at 8.?"A
Flaah of Lif lituiaz."
Bryant's- S'knn Minstrii Ham . Taremanj Build
In?, Kourt^ioth ?t., a.' TBIs Ivtalaf?
"Murh Alu Almut S?tliiug "?' Lim? ?uiuiig tLe Rost?." Brjaut'?
Ckntkai. Pari Gabde? -8eventh-ave. and Fifty
?1?btb ?..?This Krraifif ai B.?Tino ture Tliouia?'? 1'oi.ular Gardes ton
Oi.ymhc Thkatkh?This Evening at ft.?"lltiuiptv
OomAtf." O. la L.i Mdlle Baaa-sB.
Wam.a?'k's?This l.Miiiiig at s.?" Lottery of Lite"
Jabn Brougham
Niai/)s Oardkn.?This evening at B, Oflfenbeeh'8
" Bari?-Bleu." MM?. 11 nia, Mile. Laiul>t-li?'-; GiasS I'ariaiau Hallet
Natiokal Exhibition Hai.l, No. 61? Broadway.?
I>?; ?B.I Krrn if,?M ?Mela ?.f N>? Y..rk ai I Load ?St
Xusintss Sotitrs.
riIAI.?l\'s " I'AI'III w !.<? I IOM,"
or Bl?mi?),.s ?ftia skin 111,1 < i.i.k-. Ptvjsfei
T?u. Salt lilieuni, KivMelm, kr.
MIAI.oN'S "l-Al'lli as ?HI'"
Ssueiara the SaSM iiruperliat a? fa? ' I'api.ian Lotion." For tbo loi
tar, Nvkssrt, ami-bam. I'm- 25 cents ]"-r tak?. PallBfDng
I'm ?i tSS, Ml 517 Bioadwur
At Wlloi RSALB?
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Nu ?/:?: a\ h, lugWu at eomci v?rr?r,
II C'aalii
iiam??Ni'? Yiik s
11*ms-Ciafianatl 8if*r Cured.
Hami??'bii'ifii Siui'i ?'lire.'.
Hah?? ohm Coaatrj ?'..ro PI L.
I.AKii?l'ure K?ltl? I"
_Caaasa PI ? iart..n.
Elgin Watches.
TliBee favnrltr? nf : M >l"l rSlaaM?
lst| rti'emeiil?. aud are ackl ?""' ditral.leaa
tin ? k.epei? l'.'?n hit ?a-. I <?? r.,i?r 1UJI.1M,"'iii'l Pot Sal? fcj
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Call ou foul Jttlltf ami a.k to ?ce tl?m.
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Lvov's Magnetic Insbct Pomweb.
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Be aura too get Lt.Hi's. H ii IB? ?rlgisal aal oaly I ?1 isttB?
log l'oni!?r. T.eware of la jail.
Saak Depot. No M l'ai; i _?_
Going to )'.-?
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bl? asVa in IMl eil? ib tb? I
nffire on Bats a?, A
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We c'.iarg? tot ?. ? ___^
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Aob!?t? .nt ? n aii.l a Tail ?
liaM B agents Liberal iudiii-eii.e:.t? Bead
Vo. 701 Briiadara?._
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Fall, taHumai? Kakis t. a.
Burab ? prerentiT? ?n.l lorrertiie. in la fasti an I a.lu:
Com pi? ?ui sad Durrhei prefiiiion ?I '.'n,.. >.. r
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(r?ttin;i, Bsaitbai
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Dk. I'ai.mkkV Arm und Leg "tiik ?Jkst."
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Wigs, Touiwee. mil Ornamental H
quail', t air i1?a in.I hi'r Jr.-nj-. All iha-tn. it Bates? ?
Bat? ni.i.im's Haib 1 ?vi.?Tlio best ?n the
?irl'l. harmle.t, r?-ii?' a, pirSsri Stall Pi?
Fo- rrciJci.tTLYSSiSS S i.e.ant.
For. Vice Pruidsnt.SCIU YI.KK ( OLF.AX.
For Oorrntor.JOHN A. CSU9WOLD.
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For Stale iViaora IBsjJlrtir. . IlKMtY A. IIAItM Ml.
For Clerk of Af?^aU.( A 11 1'Hll.l. 11. V?>1 NO.
Mvert?sereenta let tins week's iBBoe of Tub
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6eopies,$0; 11 tonics. $15; 21 oopi?ss, toonad
drett, $'?'>; ?l ?iijnes. Is eeaiei <>t sbInk i 'then, |^T ;
M eeptea, to one addrese, ?950; oi Mpies, to
names vf subscribers, f?>.
Advertising Rates.
Daily T?iih/xk. aVrjL SOiv aHe., tvi,-.. and $1 pet; line.
Bkmi-Wki-ki.y Tbib?nk. as iin?l 60?fmts per line.
Wkkki.y Tkibink, #i SO and $2 pei line.
Aeoofdinf to poaiaioB in tho prptir ,
Ternis, caeb in atieaaee.
A?l?lr?"?s. Tiik Thiiovk, N*w-York.
Btbvkhb BaxmrERS, aaents for American Libra
tl?-s. N?>. n HanrtettSrat., Covaal Gartleu, Ixtudon, ars
BafentM f?.r Tin: Timsi si in Qraat Britain.
I'Aiii. Obbold A Co., Hooks'll?-!-. mii'I Pnbllshei
ans i>iiat?, Vienna, am agents for Tm. i bibi ni lo Austria.
A Amik.k A ? u , Bookseller? ami Publisners, No. 90
Unter ?leu Llmleii, llorllii, are agenta foi lui. 1'i.iiM m u,
The aliove nijciits will re.rlvc sobs? rlptlon? and advor
taassaeets lor Tin. Tbibi - uf tiio
Vaiiei to Auii-i-K .m* tenrporarilj In Koro|>s.
tt\T Ckntorett, Th? Preaidenft Mettagt, Th?
Wreck of the Scotland, Qertnant/, Hour upon the
Chicago People, lit? Drama, Mtttic, ?Stray .\ottn.
and Political, mai) la- found on the tecondnagt:
Hase Hall, 'Lite Late I'.u vtrtion Vieaeter, JlUycd
Heavy Hank Robbery, Indian Cur? Jora 8nak?
Jiite, (?tn. (?rant on the Pacifie Boiltcay,
Workmen on the Union Pacific Hallway,
Qowornmtnt of the Dominion, The Court?,
national Guard, and The Money Market wtau la
found on the third paije-, Balloon Atcenexon?
on the fifth page; ana Real Eetate, The Market?.
New-York Pott-Office. Seieneo, The Lona hlaml
Torpedo 'Trade, a ?tedieal Experiment, and
Commercial Orowth of Nicaragua, on the
teventh. '
A proclamation lias littii is.>ua?l liy flic
Presi<U'iit niinoniiiiiii,' tin- nttiiicntion of tlu
XlVth Aiiit'iidint-nt to tin- (?itiistitution liy
the Lctiisl.ituics ot Louisiana ami South Caro?
lina. __?^_________
The rie.si?h'iit on Satiuditv s? nt to CwglttS
S incsisaK*' lcconunciHliiiK ccitain aiiicii?liii<-nt.s
to the Constitution in respect to tlie mode o?
choosing the rre&i?l<-iit and BMmberi ?<t the
Senate. It yt?II be f??tm<l ?>n onr -<?< <>ii?l page.
The Senate on Satnulay w.i 1 most
of tlie day in dimusulng the hill Knuitiug
further proteclion to Aineiican oitixeiu abroad
Messrs. Sunnier and ConneM made the prin?
cipal speeches, the fniniti in OpSNatWoB to <'cr
taiii provisions, and Un- latter in rapport of
the hill M ri'iiort?-?!. Without taking a vote
the Senate adjourned. In the lions?- live rn?ni
bera for Louisiana und two from South Caro?
lina weie qualiii??l. '1 he Funding hill, after
. beiiiK amended in .several pnrficulai?, was passed
by the Committee of the Whole, ami reported
to the House. A vote will be taken on it to?
day. ____uttmmm^___
Mr. Tha?hh-us Steven? has iutiotliu? ?1 an net
limiting the jurisdi?tion to admit aliens to cit
jronship and grant naturalization papers to the
Uuited Stat'B Circuit and Distriet Courts, nud
to such Commissioners ns tho-e eotuts may ap?
point in counties in v.hieb, no Circuit orl)ittii?t
Court sliull be located. There might he some
benefit from ?uch an act, but there would lie it
i\?r greater ??Wantage in lutving a "detective
"description" of every person natnralizeil ln
eerted in the body of his papers, including hi?
age, lright, figuro, physical mark? by wbicl
might Ik? identified, color of hair, eyes, <
and registering ou every auch certificate m
and where he votes. Undei mich a By s
papen could wldoin ht hsjtHUrf and n<
voted upon twice at the same election. I
the revolving ixyhtoin that needs mont U
j HtOllJKtl. ____________
A? tlio#Hii]>i?ort<-rt?. of ck-Gov. Sos/iikiri
I our next rrcisident see fit to claim |ot hi
loyal, hearty Rtinport of the Union tltrourl
its struggle for existence against the den
assaults of fdavvholding troason, we iiropn?
somewhat careful examination pf th?' p<
We will begin by quoting verbatim the ?
evidence whereon they roKt their can?' :
"Just iioforo tlin laattlo of QsttjrSRIirg.Jalj
officer of (.?.v. Si-yiiKiiii'n stuff, wlu? IihiI DMO <ilisrRi ?
hiiii with ?aperlutsudlRR tii?- BBoveraeatsol Um Neu 1
from m v> Ikhii <.<?v. Seymour threw forward with bucIi
??x;iiii|)|i-?I riipnlltv nii?l i'iiiTKV to li'-iM th?' 111\ in-10
Pean?) Ivarrla by 1^-c, eallsd i<> *:iy fun-wi-u to Prem?
l,in? ..in. TakinRj tin? o<Bc?r (Ths TaiBoaa kuowa
f?-?tl> well wJkS Unit oitli-or vraa) by bots hamK Pi
dont Lincoln ?aid to him: ' I wish yon lo iinden-taml
yon lanni't iMisullily lu? wonts t.xi witnn to onvi
tin? s. \ imuii my thiuikfuliii'SM for hlfl inoui|.t and
ciont in ip u'ivi n to tho (iovi'iniiK'tit in tnisen Is.'
laJaarustn. tue President tbrlee rep?sst?d, acoornpanytr
wiiii i f"i v. nt pressure ot tiu- bamSs, and uttering it i
time ?? un Incitva? H e?>rof?tr*es? snd feeding.
" President Llnools n? now in iii-- frave. Tas m? s <
fiiv.-ii? .1 iipon him m lui lifetime for pis? <? snd power,
who have ni'vi i i>? >'ii at ttif palaa to rnlse ? ? en the p
<-t inonutaenl to in? nieuiory, now Joiu wltli Till Tl
? ri m propsR?Unj| lie* ?sboui tlif l.x?cniiv?-of ilu
pire State ?? im thai flood 'iv liim and ft?, the roan
wiii-ii Ureeloy wae biding mulet ?\ ludust's tsJile."
[World, IM
[Let us here turn aside just long enough
hiiiiihIi this peiROHa] calumny. On tit* l?8th
July, 1608, (ilu. Ural day o? the Draft Riots in ?
city) i he Editor of Tut'. TaUBtTYR was visited
o?r ofltoe tvbooi midday by a devoted friend, \\
urged and eotreated him to a? company the ri
friend to his bomei i few m?e? distant. Tl
flieod assured him llial he fsRRS that the 1
of said Editor was to lie taken folthw ?th--tl
it hid been plotted and settled that be shot
he an early and certain vietini ot the 111 f T?
mob then bowling about Tin; TriBOKR oil
ami Inciting ?each other t?i the assault whi
? they actually made at dosk that night, wb
they smashed the wimlows, furniture, Sec, m
set lite to the building, bat wem prompt
routed and expelled by the poUoe. Rit
ai.-on, and pillage, were then life in dl
let? nt sections ot our City, of which the Heb
mob a|i]ieaitd to have undisputed pCOSessio
The Editor (win? wiit?-? this) informed 1
, friend tlial nothing would induce him to l'a'
?the City?that be rmwhere he bad i li^ht
! he. and where, he should reman?. That I lien
atni evli.iiistiiiLT leiiioiislianee and eutuat
left him to bis fat?', not eRpreling t?< see hi
Rgain, Almt B i*. m. id that day, the Editor
baring Bniabed h\> work at the office- wet
over to Wrindnat's eating-ltooee i?n bis dinne
passing throogfa the bowling mob for mail
the entile di-tame, and reco^ni/i ?1 1.;. -?even
of them. Two Ii i?mis a? ?'oinpani? ?I liim, In
not at his invitation or suggestion. Neither i
tlio three was armed. .\t \\ induat'a, dinn?
was oitleied and ealen, ovactly as ?.ih?
days, but in the large*! loom in the hoiis?
wit boot a sha?low of concealment or biding i
any kind? I'iniiei finished, tlie Editor took
carnage and drove to bialodging, where be i?
sinned writing l'?u Tin; TRIM HI . and Continue
it through the evening, sending down his cop
to the otlicc. and heinp; vi.-it?-?l then? <? fa
[rienda who informed bin ?.l the mob's aasaul
and the narrow escape oi tlie building an
eouteutfl (rom dest?n? lio?. Remaining all aigt
at bis lodging, be returned Dext morning to tb
ollice mow being Rrmed), saw from a windot
the mol? howling in its iront hastily repair t
tho City Hall Park, there to listen to a baranga
from Horatio Seymour, ami reinaineil tin t
nearly to the close of the ?lay (Tuesday I, whe
he was finally Induced t?> have b\ th? repu
sentation of the good and true soldier u h
commanded it ri i fortress that he would prefe
I thai the mob should noi l>e provided frith th
?extra inducement lui assault which the kH0W1
presenoe of Mr. Oreelsy in the building w?ouli
atlord. He returned to the ofllce the n?s
inoiiiiii'.'. though the Brat backmnn to whom b
applied ictus,d to let him enter his carriage
and he was in the otlice nearly throughou
each day of thai memorable week d]
to Friday evening, when be (ai uaual) tool
the Ha) l? m cars loi his home af ( ItRppaqUR
when- Jie spent the Satunl.iy, a- he bits il??ni
nearly every Saturday, save jh Winter, for th?
last fifteen yean, And whoever fljaeru that he
at any time that week, " was hiding Under Win
"dust's tatil?-," is i branded liar and villain, ri
Mr. Wimliist, Mi. William A. Hall, ami ??th.-i
surviving and moat credible witneasea, ^ill
ghtdly att
?Leaving hii "iiii-n?l>,"' lei as now return to
ex-Gov. Beymotjf :
The World adds the following certificate
(mark the date; from Becretary Staaten;
War i?' i'u.'imi m. Washtkotor, Irbs tl. isn
Dl ? tt l-iit : I .aiiiiiit im in-ar ex prowl us to von the d? ? \<
,'. I r,ii lor tin- prompt and raudld - ipp
riven the Government in tin- present emerRemj
The i-111'i'k.'v. act ? it), bi d pan otl?m, r??i hsve ? ?liliiltixl,
I Tn.iy i,'- |ki [iiitti a personally in,?l officially to acknowl?
edge, m itlmnt ai rojeating any rwrsonal claim? on mv ji*i i
? i \ i? i-, oi tu m;?- service ?? hate? er.
. . be bappy m baaJwaya eiteemed yonr ?
El R in Mm a ? i.i.v.
it I Horatio Rs) laoar.
Whether inch i certificate ble to
ex-Gov. Seymour, we lea\e others to decide.
We "lily say thai it that gallant and truly
loyal patriot, James. 8. Wadrworth, bad been
?hosen Governor in 19S9, nobody would have
dreamed of thanking him tot doing bis simple
duty to his country, noi of giving bim a certifi?
cate of good behavior, He nevei needed tin
In June, 1808) Gen. L>se evading, by a Hank
march, the Army oi the Potomac, which con?
fronted itml stood ready to fight him <?n the
I{ai?|ialiann?ick?invail? ?1 Miirylaii?! inn I I'eiin
sylvania. The Raovenient--aR Li-i-'h official i?'
port virtually coafaaaaa WM nut delViiMhle on
Military, nor on other than Politkal gtoundR.
The l?eliels hoped to win l flctorj on Northern
?soil, and thereby to stimulate their Northern
friends to declare openly in th?-ir davor, and
rims, by paxalycing the Union Government,end
the contest in triumph. The l^raaident, Justl]
?ilaiincd and ipprt hcnsive, called QTgi ntly on
the rjrovernori of tne Northern States for
Militia. GOT, Seymour iiromjitly reRBOtHled, b]
?ending all the oniformed and tVaelplined
Militia of oorCity, with ?it least one regiment or
i:aii?/< d for the oecaaion. The President and his
WtwSocretaiy thanked bim f?rjraodoing. And,
if the forces thus sent WOTC so managed tl at
they did nut get within gnnehot of an enerj y,
and nowise? coiitiilmted to tho glorioUR Nat II
of tin Gettysbutg itarogglek Um i??>??t wm not
Gov, Seymour's nor their own.
Now, then, having given GOV. Scyni?iur full
credit for H-ndiug away our OfgMlfeed militia,
let UH wt what was done in its ibw nee by
himself nnd his "friinds."'
The 1st of July, l^^t, tvas one of the dwihsisi
dayi of our Uniiiu. f.'iant .-to???! lufoie the still
?leiiaiit iiitrenebnieuts of VicKsburkf. Banks
irai likewise olistrueted bf the. earthworks of
1'oit Hudson. Each of these (Jineial.-, in the
midst of a hostile region, was then probably
eonfronti-d by loen on cither side iieaily if not
quite as numerous us his own effective force.
Our Nutionnl ic^uiccs and cit-djt wtie ut low
water mark. Milroy had just been smashed at
Wim-bester. We were making no headway in
TennoBnoe, in North nor in South Carolina.
Hooker hud lieen lieaten by bad generalship
at Chfliicellorsvillo and forced to reeross tho
l?apjialwuinock. Ili.s vanquished army, just pro
! vided with a new and untried commander, hail
countered Leo's dashing advance-, and was
covi-ring Washington ;uid liait ?more while fol?
lowing the invadir into l'cnnsylvaniH. Such
were tlie cireuiii.slaiices of iin|ir?,<<<hi)ted glo?>in
and peril under which Horatio Seymour,
afeen, (?overnor of our State, prepar??l and
brought to this City a carefully ?written
Oration wherein ho nowhere recognizes the
Kcliel government and armiert as public and
formidable enemies, wIhim- <-oiifi?lently expected
and Kpeeily triumph involved our Natiomd
?lovvnfall and ruin. but. from beginning to end,
ariaigned President Liintiln ami his Administra?
tion as the great inah-favtors of the age?the
chief sonre?s ol National evil and peril. Here
is n part of his carefully studied and most cn
venomed assailli on them :
" A few y? ins ?*;??. va<-nlo.i?! I.? f'.r.i this ("'itiiiiiunity f<>
ware then of Hi?- danger? of eeotional strife; bal oar
?Sen avero Iiuik'lii?! ui. At u l.itoi ilny, when the ?toads
of war overheag our oountrr, a-..' Implor?e iIiumi in
authority t>.compromise tinat ?iifll??ilty : fin we bad been
j tniii hy Huai greel arelarassistataainani Borke, thai tin re
I nevor vet waa a revolution tbel might not have been
I prevented by a oomprumiae opporttiuel/ aud sjracloaslr
tootle |<ir?-.ii spphMae.] oui prayers were oabeodeu.
And, when tbe eoiHeel sras opotted, w<? Invoked th..?*
aa Iin liii?! Hic OOUdtlCj of lail'.iil? not to llliili-n .lie tin
powered the aWlveraen a*M t" aaderrate lbs courage,
llllll I'l-MOIIIT? s, mill lliiilll illll', Iff lllll l.aVU Sister Will.'?..
This warning waa treated as sympathy with treasoo. |
y ou have the resells ol these ?iniu? <l<-il waratnes sad
iiniu iiirii |iiiiyii>. tii. ij have stained ?>io soil wltk
Mi,ml : iln-y iiii\-(i earrli l mourning into tboaaonds
of bornea; aadto-daj Ibei bave brought oer eoantrj
to tbe vcrj verge of destruction, Ones saeve i come
i>. i.a on. i?? i,ii?-1 .ir i, : ui earnest prayer, Bad bee ) aa
to ii.-tiii to it warning. Ooi couutrj is bo! ooly at
tins 11 n,i. (m n iiy mu! of | be i.i. n.it irsi wiirsi Hint li. i s i-air
ravaged tin- face of Iheoortb,- but, if as tan oai faecete
our oat n loy ui BtatOB, lima la ll Hun t You Sad Hi" 0009
iniuiiiy ?in ni? ?I mi" |....iiiiiai l'uiiui., atrouglp arrajutd,
.'lui m log v nil regard to culi other terms ?.f repivacb
and iii'ii.iiic?-. It Is said by those who aupputi nun. par
11? n l.n i y tii" Administration, thai ? <-. wbodiffmi In nuit
la, patriotically, sincerely, frisai Hum \miii regard le
Oui linn of ?Inly, hi>- iii.ii ut lie.,-Miii.iiiin par
poses iiiiii in. mi? s to ?un country. n??r, bear.J
en the other hand, Him Ltoaiocratk orgaalsatlon
ii.oii npon tins AiiiiiiiiiMiiiiii.il ;n boatlle to tin-ir
lu-iits mui libertlea They loob Bpoo Hull sope
m 1.1 ? us m? n a? in. would do ' lulu ?ritma m regard in j
Huir in"-1 nu'p'i 11 .nu i i-.-., iiiiii not call yuar otter
iiuiiti.il.. loos "f ths i'iiHi>ii"i t" tii?' t'.in- ?.f publie
feeling to Hiu.aa you i.a tin. m.ui,.nt, parties mn
i im. ozsspei it'-ii ,'iiul ht.ii.ii in ?li'tliiiit ?liii int.' to ? n n :
other. A f.-av yeers ago, aie ?aere told Hi.it sectional I
Millie, \a ,11;. '1 III Word? like Hies.', Would ?l'i ll" ll.um to
.u.i i-iiiiiiira ; lull ft.aVS BOOB Hn- Bad Bttd l'i.Ij j
resulta. !.. t at. ba adtnoiiaabed iiota in time, and take <
?in?' iii.ii tins ii i u nt n i.i, ih.. fuel i os wbl? b i - Browing up
In our iiiiii-.t, nil,ill not also ripea lulo civil trouble? thai
?boll ?.ii i a ibe e vila of war loto oar own botuea
?- Upon one poiul all are aere? ?I. and thai la this Until
we hare a united North, wi ran nave no successful war.
i nui aw' have .a united, baruioaioua (forth, ws ? an bare
nu i? m tii. nt j..... ??? Hun ball we(itin harmony 1 How i
?ball Hu umil of all beobtalurd I (?It lu Iweoertretl ? I I
appeal to you, my Kopobllcau frteud?, when y<>u s.iy to i
Be thai tin-iiiin.n ? iff? .nul exlatonee boag apoa liar- !
iiiony u i ui ? m.? ..ni lu??', 11 a .ui yourselves, la voui leri iu?
liioill.-lits. In Mia? tho! Ill's is t" Ik- |ir?>i|ilt ei't bV ?>??! / 11 i:
our peratMBB, b] infringing upoi oui rights, hi insulting
mu boues, mil by depriving ne of tboae cb Halted Jirlu
ci l'i? s fui wbll 'i OUI i Ulli'i s f.iunlit. hu < I t" at in )i a 11 . ?
??Iva ii> m ?ai ?un ?llnaJBBi " " ?Un .at apphaUSC
? Having thus ajotadj iiii>r?'i>rosi-nlimI anil
?1? i.itii.-il th???- who srete trying t?> tare tin
I'liiou from the ????iis|iii.iliiis in the 1'iee Stales '?
?li.i s.i uily cloaked their treason ami did \
not disguise llu-ii sympathy with the Rebel
?ans?-, t;?ia. Srvniuin tuini-il npou tbe Repul?-;
licana, ami thus sddre sed them:
"W.-nii?. ask I ii.it you shall (,'ia ? t.. as tbat wbieh jroe I
claim f"i yourselves, and tbal which everj freeman, and
rain iiii.ii aaiui reap els blmself, will bave, fr? lorn of
s|.?-ri ii, the rlsrht te ei i th? freaeblses conferred
i.y the ? "iisiitiii ...u upon Amerlron rltlsens lireal
applause.| Cob you lafslj ieuj ustheael Will you aol '
trample upon yoerown h(bUlfyoa refuse t.. liaient
Do you not ?-nil.- r?volution when you mj thai youi per
boo ? may i? ris*?tful ? u prop? rtj
v.'il. Iiniu. s rill, ri-il I .ir-' >.".' ntti rr?u,,,,nj ?,,,,,
your own intsreata, to ut triai n peril at thai v ah whish '
H0M threaten ?.t Remember thu thai ihr '?'-?ht., awe
treasonable, and retotutionary doctrine of publie necessity
Hint* protiaimmi t>v -> UOM m fill ut by a fovenioieal
lay, tbeareat mass rvatlres who still
battle fin llme-bonored principle? of irovernmenl, amid
?I? taitii? iiitiiiii, ? "lituiiu u, Bad abuse, sn 11.? - only barriera ,
tbal it.i iut betw?. 11 this Uovei uroenl ..s?l n* own d? -.'i i?
tin,-.. If van ?bould i?. .jul.'s..' in tliia ili.rtllli? tli.it. m
limn? of luiione aro aaspaodsd, aad law? have
i'.rt tin n t.u. ?. tin n we -.in >u nI accept a ?loci rlu? Hist tin. j
Ml) liaillt l>> wlil.li II.la l ,o\ > r i.luri.l m. lilil?. Isl.r? lia i
pow?H n.is i..st iis \ 11 ine, i, 11, i w,' would I" brought down
to the level of rebellion 11 -?-if. havlneoa eiisteo
by virtue of niaiertui powei When men accept deopoi
\txnt they may hare t? choice at to who that despot thud he. ?
Tbe ?trUKfle then wiU nol l"-, shall ws 11 * %.istita
tional liberty I Bat, haviu?; ?eoepted the ?!? >< t n :.? iimt
!.,. ? mi -I'm i.iii Ins I '-t its I"!.-?-, every nmtoirt ../ per
t<noil ambition, every nithnei af ;?/*>.?in/ SSSSirflpi Will
Irin/min tn put thrmttlett unmet ihr awadeatttm ot tho
power which they tuppaet //"?( eeaijssaail t'> y.od thtir .
Who ?an l.nl tu see II re the s.?-?l openly
si.\an whence r-IHnn^r OUI baleliil li.uvi^t ?if
riot, arsiin, i j t {?i nt-, and mimler, eglit to ten
?lays Bafterward I
?Bal <iov. Seynn-ur whs not content with
liolilin;.' tif? tu i?i?rt>t.;?ti??ii ?he President, the
Ailniiiii-lialioii, aii?l tin- ji.uty whleh siMtaiiHil
tin-in, ils lli?. guilty atitlniis of OUT National
WOeS and perils. II?- ?Mill? d <>\<-r'iin National
fllssirtfts and disoppointmentai as ?oUows?
" \\ sea i Beeepted ths lai Matlee t<> speak) witii others,
it this inert m/, aae -.aere DTOmlsed tlie 'lu'.a lifiill of Vlrki
tiurar, the opeuina of lbs sltsal?liipi. the probable ? anture
"i tue Confederate Capital, and the axbouetloe of the
i:?!.? iii'.n. Bj eoBBsaoa ooaeeat, all parties bed laed
upon tbe daj wheu tbe result? "f tbe eampalarn ?bould
be known, to ui?ik oal that line ?>f policy vaiu.ii tbey
f. it that our countrj should i?iir?iie. lint, in tin.
uiomenl "f .'tji.it..i vlctorjr, there rasas the midnight
crj i"!' help from Pennaylvanla to is.i\.' Its despoiled ?
n.Ms from tbe Invading f"<- . and. almoel within ?Ulu [
of tin? Kit-a? commercial metropolis, the ?liips of yum
mts were burned to tus waters ?.la.-.-."
?- This was attend <>n the Ith of ?Jilly--tlie ?
very ?lay ot"th<- ?lounlall ?>f Yi? k-shuig"- -tin
day whereon Lee reHnqotehed t ? ? ths Army of
tbe Potomac the bard>fonffc? Bold <?i Bettys
lune;, and ? ?>iiiiii?ti<< ?1 his final ntie.it limn
the -<"l of the loyal Btetes, Got. Beyssooi
hnil, ?.1 ..uns., laiiiten it lOfM ?lass before.
Hut uniiiil be not have lieen SfisS enough to
rappress it. bad be tend Tm Tbibi ii <?! that
morning, Wherein his attention must have be?-n
uiHsteii bj these specie! ttispntebes:
Sk.r a! In.j'.t.-!, ?" 1?,. N V Trllnlil,
H a m .a i n, 1-1 .?'.'>, .lnl\ :i, is. i. -The most tenifls flght
of the war hoa taken place. Our aten never ?tood up ao
beroloally. Today waa th? moat ?awful of ?ail. Thames
on both ildea hm, been tremendous. We bave l<ongstreeJ
b prisoner sore, I left the battlefleld at e| e'etoea. end
reached hers by relay ?>f bereee, Wa bad lbs beat of the
iiiiii t<> ?inv. mu? tii?> Ueaeral seyalfCoaeb urrivss,to
uigbt tbe victory Is ours i>? vond ?it-hunce. ?Alas! "If.]
i ? . Tfc? N I I ?
M.iisi ? i Aio , riiduy. July 1, IBSB, via Washington.?
Tbeflghl raged furiously till m o'cloek last night, v\>
took Gettysburg, occupying two-thirds of the Seid, ths
Rebels th? other third. < tar f"i? as opeaed on about ?"',<><>i>
Hebele, who covered the ti?-i?l tin? muniins* ai duvliatlii, I
lililiit'iiia: "in? il.-ud. llm l:?lu-l- bootlly ri-tniat.il. Th?
Mgbting was thebbobI terrtSs of tin. ?war. Th?a ions on
iioth suli'H is h'-ita y ??en. M.-kle. wits vtuiiuilf?! iihnut 8
o'clock In the right I?**;, whleh mus Bu?jst??ueutiy bbbbsj
T,r. .1 ii.- li doing a?. 11.
?We nuts! ?h \ ?>r?- ??ne more firtit le to tlie loj
tltjoA ll?.iatioS?yinoiir. He will haidly iinpi'Hch
our chief ui'nc.v-?to wit, himself. We ijnote
no basty, ?-asnal iittei.iiiies, but his own eare
nilly prapnredi deliberately wrighed lan?v'nage.
In view thereof w?- ask a public judgment on
this qnestion? ** Can h?- who thussweepinflj ns
"saib ?l ami denounced the bead <>t' our (jovern
"n.if irhen be evidently supposed the Union
" ?ns! totreiiiiK to its fall, him ban d laya] to his
" ii'itilully imp? ni? <l eonnuy?''
If is r?T>?>iti?l that the King of the F<eejee
[slaudji who owes is |i*%000 end csiino? pay it,
wants Mr. Seward to buy his ?utire pciSSfSSinsjl
us a good S?d eSSJ means 'of settling the pe
?uniaiy eniharras<>uient. We are fsppesed to
I lovei inn? nt land siieciihition? on iirinrifile;
but really there is something jiartieularly at
tractire in this UtUe hah?-ine, and wa are half
t?inlit??l to ?lisregaiil our own advice and
l?-?oiniiieml Mi. Sewnid to make a trail?. The
I'lojuiiy is worth a great deal more than
Alaska. Tho climate in not cold. Thu inhab?
itants in?- warm-hearted and impulsive. Living
is ? h? ap, for yams are ?blindant, and whon a
sattlet wants meat he hue only to go into the
bush anil shoot a man, according to the cus?
tom of tho country. We shall Boon need a
territory of this kind, tw the Democrat* will
all want to emigrate early next Noven
and the Feejee Islands will be just tho i
for them. Mr. Seymour will, of course, b?
pointed Governor of the new Territory,
.Mr. I.luir as commander of the military
partinent, and cooking an islander will see
much like roasting a " nigger" thai both
tleinen will fe?'l tliomsolves among their frit
President Johnson, wearied of his reven
for tho Constitution us framed by our I
fathers, by tho failure of the recent I><
cnitic Convention to nominate the " M
" choice of the people?* luvs thrown tho we
of ins vast iiitluence with Confreoi in fnvt
four n?'w RRRondRsentR of the Conotitnt?oa
apparently designed for the, better prole?'
Of ollne-seekers. A mere amemlinent like
xivth, wliicli securee only the liberty of
millions of people, whoso race weie |]
When the Constitution was adoiited, and
peace of forty millions of people who 1
! been convulsed with civil war to settle
condition Of thin race, ReemC to I'iesi?
.lohn.-on to display 11 dangerous irrcveri
for the infallible perfection of our ?barter
libettiea, But the failure of the Dettoer
Conventi'iti fa) nominate him, and the fact 1
he is practically deprived <d the privilege of i
Ring as a candidate, while, hil aident, iitlmi
the people are "by the manipulations of
M Convention" debarred from y?itiu;' for
man of their choice, convince him that
Constitution is imperfect in respect to
mode of electing a President
The end of hin toi in of offlOO? now, alas!
preaching all too speedily foi the welfare
the country ?admonishes liim that the J'i
dent's term of olVice. OUght to be six ycais
stead of four. The patriotic heart of
Preaident is grieved within liim at the thou,
of the diaaatere which may overtake the ot?
try for want of two yens mote of his inva
abb- ciiiet Magistracy. This suggests
second aiiieiiiluieii!, making the Preaidenl
tel in six years.
His narrow eecapc from conviction a
removal on his impeachment trial, ami i
happy thought how impoeeiblo and need!.
would be all etloils to r.-iuove any l'n
dent, if be wore to be rocccoalod by th?
very members of the Cabinet appoint
by himself, who a?lvivd the acts for which
was bnpeached, have luggeated the th
aiii'iiilnieiit. It purpoeec to prevent all futt
impeachmente <?! a Preaident, by providi
thai in the event of bis removal he w?l
succeeded by tin- members ?>i his Cabinet, i
ginning With the Secretary of State and en
ini? with the Attorney-General. The Preaide
omits to state whether membere of thoCabh
pre tras, would be Included in the order
raeceeoion ; bul As rech a meaeura would i
the Preaidenl in designating bis successor,
would doubtli'ss add so mtieli to the value
impeachment, as a pol?tica] remedy for micro
that the PlTRtdent Would DC pleased to ha
Congress include all Cabinet officers pro tern.
As Mi. Johnaon Boda, ?m a preliminary or
ram of the legislature of Tenncaaee, that th
body is indisposed to elect linn to the Sena
of the United States, he is ho deeply seiisib
of tho RaJeehief wreughl by tins Inadvertenc
not to say eriminal overnight, on the part <
the framers of theConotltntion,that be reeoe
mends that the Senators, Ukc the Presiden
shall be chceea by the people, His ia
aiiiemliuent provides that the Judges of tl
Supreme Court shall hold EM twelve yeais ii
st, ,ul ol for life.
The most importan! ?>t these purports to pre
viiii. f..? ?n.- i ii-ttioii <>t a Preaident directly b
the people, and aims to abolish nomination
by party conventions. But WO doubt it tli
means proposed would tend in the alight?1?
degree to aceompliah the end sought, l'art
nominations originate in the determination ?>
- itch paity ami of all voters not to throw awa;
their rotes by stuttering them on twenty can
diil.it? -, but to make them tell on the icsul
by concentrating all that an? of one pol?tica
faith on the one camin?,tie srhobcal repreecni
that faitli, ami will poll most votes in favor o
it at the polN. It is baaed on the truth tha
all important potttiea] queet?ona may bo bes
decided by the people on a square bauu?t?
which there can be only twopartiee, shall wi
extend Slavery I shall we subdue the Rebellion
shall we abolish Slavery ? shall we grant uni
retaal Mtftagaf Thaat are the great, iquan
issues on which tho people want to vote, tun
on which they can Mite in two parti?-. MR
party voting substantially no ami the Othc
yes. The great mass of voters care BjOfC fa
the i?_eceai of their party ?m theac great tatet
than what individiial maybe selected to it pi?
sent them. So loBgai tin M motives preponderan
there will bo the same temptation to eon<
eentrata rotci <ui one candidate, tho samt
im leas,'.1 chance of electing the iioinin???? ?>1
a National Convention over any and all 111 < 1? -
pendent candidates, and tataeeforo the sann
certainty that two or three National Conven?
tioiis will meet and nominate their candidates,
mid that the whole people will vote for tin in,
alter Mr. .Johnson's amendment had been
adopted as before. He proposes that, instead
of the people of each State en i;i?t>?<* voting
for electois on a general ticket, the State shall
be divided into as many districts as it is
entitled to electoral votes, and that the people
of euch district shall choose, not one elector,
but one VQtO L$i tot whatsoever candidate
for President Off Vice-rresident the highoat
number of popular votes in a district shall DO
given, one electoral Vote shall be counted Oil
behalf of that district for President or Yice
Prealdent. Tho President would still 1??'
elected, not by tho votes of th?? people
directly, nor yet by the solid votes of States
as now, but by the votes of districts, of which
each State would have as many as it now has
of ?doctoral votes. This would divide the
rotes of States, so that one district, comprising
certain Counties in a State, might vote for the
Kepuhlu.in candidat?', und other Counties in
the sauie State for the Democratic. Hut it
would DOE be a direct vote by the people?
for in a direct popular vote every
in,ill's vote must be counted to deter?
mine the linal result ; but in Mr. John*
100*1 plan only tho votes of electoral distmt?
are counted, und those who voted with the min?
ority in any distil? t are not counted at all. It
would be poaalhle, therefore? that tlie majority
of popular votes might bo for on? candidate,
and tho majority of districts, not only in each
State but in all the States, might bo for another
candidate. This Might defeat the popular will
as manifestly mid as often us the prcsint system.
For iiistatK'e, the State of New-York is now
balen fand very evenly between the two parties,
by the fact that the enormous Di'inocratic ma?
jority in the City is applied to otl'set the Ke
publican majorities in the rural dint nets. Uuder !
Mr. Johnson's amendment, 100,000 Democratic
majority in New-York City would bo no better
than 10,000 or 1,000, so long as each electoral
district wero carried. So, though tho whole
people in a State or section should vote one
ticket, it womM ttvail just an much tiud uo more
fhan a bare majority in each electoral district
of that State or section. It is singular that so
ancient an advocate of State IiighU as the Pres?
ident should propose a plan which would merge
tho identity of States in all Presidential tl?ec
tions. Hut it is obvious that each political
party would be as anxious to effect a National
nomination, which would concentrate on one
candidate tho votes of all the Congressional
districts it could carry, as it now is to conc?;u
trate on one candidate tho votes of all the
States it can carry. Nominations would, there?
fore, Ik- made by National Con vent ions of either
party, as now. The people would concentrate
on these nominations as now; the votes of the
minority in each electoral district would bo
lost in the count, ?is now the ROOM of the mi?
nority in each State are lost; the popular vote
might be cast for another than the panda-ate
elected, just RI now; ami the only effect of the
change would be to merge the Stati-s and elect
the President by electoral districts.
An inconvenience at tending the plan would
l?o that the electoral dlatlifltR would not corre?
spond to any political division of the State
now existing. It would require two more ?Ihs
tiiits in each State than the number of Con?
gressional districts, ho as to ?old one electoral
district for each Senator. The electoral dis?
tricts would be just near enough to the Con?
gressional to create confusion. To carry out
the plan would reipiiro a board of auditors and
entire oflicial machinery for each electoral dis?
trict which do not now exist. As to the
proposition that the President shall be (beted
for six years instead of four, reluctant as tin
American people feel t i part with the Servie? s
i of Pu-,-??dent Johnson alter so short and glo
, rious an administration, WO cannot conceive
Ithat they will ever again have "obowered
"down upon them" ft Presidential blessing
which they will seriously yearn to retain for
inoro than four >eavs. If they should, thcii
yearnings may doubtless Ih- satisfied by re
electing him for four >?<?are more. The most
illustiiuiis precedent relative to a six reara1
tenu is that allordcd by the Hebel Confeder?
acy, which elected Jeff. l>avis for that term,
and found it rather longer than they would
have wish? ?I.
The atiieiiilmeiit reipiiring that on impeach?
ment and lcinoval O? the I'resideni he shall ap?
point his SUCOCRSOr foi devolving the sin cc-sion
mi the members of his Cabinet means no less
may not have been intended m i John, but it
! is a nearer approximation to humor than the
In-??lent has ? ver before p?-ipetrafed. The
thought <>l impeaching Johnson to have him
?UCeeeded bj bewaid, or removing Puchan.in
t?i get ilowcll Cobb, or ousting I'lanklin 1'ieue
to l'Ut in Jeflbnon Davis, is amusing. The
?lection Of United States Senators by the people
: incteod of by the flegislature would, we think,
be 00 improvement on the pn-sent system. It
? would practically devolve the actual ?lection
00 the State ?'?inventions of the respectiv pur
ties, and we doubt if any bighoff grade of Sena?
tor! would be chosen by these two political
Conventions than are now chosen by the Lag -
tature. The change would bo for the
worse. Appointing tl.e Judges of the Uni?
ted states Supreme Court for twelve
years, instead of for life, would bring
th?m more under the control of the l'i
dent, and would lessen their Indepen?
dence. It would place the two Judges of
the Supremo Court whose terms would expire
?luring the term of any President more ur<?l? i
nil control than the welfare of the country de?
mands. On tho whole, therefore, we sec many
moie evidence! ?if aiadom in tlie Constitution
a* our fiitlierrt frame?! it fliim in any imjirov??
incnts Mr. .Johnson would be likely to make in
it. We have not b?cn in the habit of regard?
ing the Constitution with fetish worship. We
believe it will perpetually grow, ami change,
and be renewed. And like all living things,
when it ceases to glow it will have begun to
die. Put Mr. Johnson's amendments are crude
and bundling in their conception : and though
be claim! that his meditations upon them have
been long, they could never have been brand
Of deep.
The House has matured, and will probably
pasa, a bill to fund at a lower rate of interest
the present funded hebt of the 1'nited States.
It- principal features are as follows:
1. The new bonds are to be redeemable at
the pleasure of the Government after forty
'i. ThfjfJ ar?1 to draw intcrot at the rate of
18 68 on every |100 due. That is to say:
Each "Five-Twenty" bond O? %XfifE\ which
now draws fSBO Interest per annum, is to be
exchanged for a new bond drawing but | I :
inter? it per annum.
.1. The new bonds are to lie absolutely uu
taable by Federal, state, or local authority.
4. In Hen of our present Sinking Fund, the
sum of S!'?"i.nno,0o0 In specie per Ramans, col?
lected ?.ich fiscal year from Unties on Intpotts.
is set apart and plcdgcil to the payment ot
th?? interest and reduction of the principal of
our National Debt,
4. No commissions shall hereafter be paid
on the exchange of one form of National hebt
for another, or on the sale of any coin or bul?
lion for account of the Treasury.
5. All exchanges of bonds on b?half of the
C.overnimnt are to be ?tl'ected by public compe?
tition, after advertising for proposals.
ti. Henceforth, the income tax due or accru?
ing Upon our existing bonds is to be de?
ducted at the Treasury in paying the Interest
00 such bonds.
7. All authority to issue new bonds of the ,
United st.it?s, save in exchange lor olil ones,
is revoked and annulled.
? This bill has good features; but is it a
practicable measure? In other words: Is it
probable that those who now hold 11,000 bonds
of our Qovernflsvent. whereon they draw au in
tCWOt of $'?0 each DOC annum, will rush to the
Treasury and offer them for exchango into
new bond! of like amount, drawing but $3(i?
each per annum? Wouldn't it be advisable to
pay a half per cent, to whoever shall iuduco
them (ot part of them) to do bo .'
W'v shall certainly be glad to hoar that the
beiden of our Five-Twenties aio ready and
eager to make such an exchange; bu! wo <lo not
understand tho inducement. And we appre
lu-iid that the cutting ol? of all commissions
preibides all hope of any general ur rapid re?
funding of our Hebt.
As to tlie $b>j,?J00,U?? clause, it seem to savor
of Repudiation, lb-re are the provisions of law
which it proposes to repeal 1
1. All tho Duties on Imports to bo collect? d
and paid in coin ;
2. Said Coin tO b<? specially devot?d, Firxt.
to tho payment In Coin of the interest on the
bonds and notes of the 1'nited States;
Second, to the annual purchase ?ir payment
of on?? per centum id! tho entire Hebt of the
1'nited States.
?That is to say: By exist ?tiR laws, the
whole reVOJMi from imports is to bo collected
in coin, und the total interest of our National
Debt paid therefrom, with one hond^rT^
of the principal every year.
It seems to us that the Hou.se bill substitu?
a less for a more complete security to th? *
tiomd creditors, and so i? unjust.
-We ardently trust that a good Funding for
may be passed at this aeaaion, and that the rat,'
of interest may not be fixed so low that iioo^
w ill a?-eopt it. Do let us have the work oi
funding our National Debt in an American f'o
sol well begun at the earliest moment. i\{,
let us have no qu.ickery, no denia}?i>i/uifln,( arid
no taint of repudiation.
Extract from the letter of a Delegate, to (|M
late Constitutional Convention of Mis^jr--;
dat?'d July l(i: W
"Tho Constitution has Ines IsRRHRSj liy about fat
votos-defeated by tho mo.it aii<lacl??as raacaJit?*?**a>
l?i'i |H>trat?'tl in un ?lection un this continent, njmgt ,.,?
man been i>e,rmiUed tu have k'oiio Bp ami voted his a*?tl
ment? without fear, the Const.union would, I lioiii>*,tl
behove, have tuen ratified by OO.OOO majority. pr, \tttum
and wicked passion* have got such complet,? control*!
this people that tho Ufa of a Cul?n 111,111 U in SjasSaai
RaaSBR. Not oiilyso. hut such aro being wickedly ttohia?!
and murdered 111 different (junrtorsof the State. Omhrt
day or two sine?, B. II. <>rr, IsahkKStS from Harris?,
(1 unity, ?RPM foully mm ?lend by a political adversary
Par my own part, I have boes notirt? ?1 tium and tiK?
aiiiiin tochai-iro my ipiarti-rs, else I would asSnasW
Mm h m M?e mato of affair* that, unless there i? s ?trou*
probability ? f a change for the SOtttf soon, I uiusl bars.*
The Demoetatie paper? make much of the
iaet that Mr. I.ini'obi thanked Qov. Keyinotti ?
for his promptness in forwardim? troojm t<
Washington at the time of I.ee's OtMfmhtm
eampaiiiti. It*wa*. a graceful oaajjteoj ftotath?
President to a political opponent, but we dc
not RM that Qov, Se> i.iour derives any par
tieular credit from his conduct. Ho did nc
more than any .Northern (.overnor must Lu,
done ?0 more than his otl'.cial duty jmpeiR.
tively demanded. The hotior, such as it w.-ir,
belongs t?> the soldiers who vol.tniccied. %m\
to the oihcial who gave the word " Mauli.'* A
Governor who had rafonad la those ?lays to dc
his share in the ?' '? tiso of the capital of th?
nation would ha- ed il' ^< the hands of th?
people for all 1 thereafter. Why, C,ov,
.Seymour could not have stopped the soldiert
f 1 om going to Washington it he hud tried.
The point airainst him i?, however, that lie op
poned the war, that he dis? ?linage?! lecruitiug,
and that while that very campaign of (iett)*
burg was at its culmination he was denoutuanj
the (iovernment here in New-York, ?nd Mir
ring up the Hebel mob to open that "tire in
" the rear"' which our city remembers with sc
much shame and indignation.
Tlu-re is something significant in tlie half?
hearted way in which the leader? ot variotil
srinasj of the Democracy give in their adlie?iion
to the nomination of Mr. .Seymour. Mr. l'en
dletOO began Ins last sjieech by professant? tha?
he had recovered from his disapruiintinenf, and
Rrm now ready to support the ticket. JhiIr?
Thurman, in a speech the otln>r day at Coiiiin
Inn, OKpceaaed the keenest regret that Feuille?
ton had not been nominated. Mr. lleiidrnki
compliment! Got. Seymour very highly, bul
feels dismal alunit his prospects in the Sauth
Ami, finally, Mr. Doolittle makes no ?iocrot ol
his opiniou that the Democratic candidate OOgU
to have hei'n either James It. DoeUttb or l
military man; and is frank enough to avow
that although he means to vote with the pa?t
it is not because ho likes the candidates, hut 1?
cause he approves of the party. Gov. Seymou
undoubtedly has warm personal admirers v
many parts of the country ; but to say thst tin
1 ?i-inocracy na a bo?ly ?iro pie????! ?vith Ill's noDU
?ation would lie a great mistake.
Moati raxi ?iaoBi
Moms Yale Ueaeh, formerly proprietor ol
Fa? Weut-Tsrk Sun, died of paralysis, at hi? residence It
A'alliugford. Conn., yesterday morning, at tho age of ?4
rsara Mr. nsosfe ?ras san m waiimgford, (?un., or
I.in. 7, lsno. In early boyhood ho exhibited uuuaual ?kil
u mechanics, and while attending ?chool, or doinf
' chores,-' ho was constantly whittling out model? of ma*
?iiiiii, or making curious contrivances of wood. Wlier
?i reamaf age ho was apprenticed to a cabinet mahei
u Hartford, and by diligence In performing extra tadti
i ? was able to purchase hi? freedom in his lsih r< si
After bem? employed as a Journeyman in Northampton,
Mas.?., a short time, ho went into business for himself,
?ml it was not long before In-? sabinet work was rei'tiied
:o bo tho best in tho country. Yet his hnai
nets was unsuccessful and lie removed to Hprlng
sale, where he neglected Other iuteiests to experiment
with a gunpowder engine for propelling balloons.
Not succeeding with this invention, lie next attempted tc
r*aea Rstni navigation on theC?>unectieut Kiv?r, l* tweer
ll.iitfiiut and Springfield, snd would have dot S so if tl?
?tute of Ins SaVatlR had not obliged him taSSaSS operation?
before his st.'.imer was completed. Others by adopnni
his plan ar.uned nimh < -redit, In taking it steamer over Kn
tb-'.il Fulls. R feat that had been looked on M imposalble
Booa afterwaiil Mr. Heach Invented a raceiitiiug in.?
1 lime, \Mii.h has Ix-cotiie to be gelierallv u-e?l in I'-'l"
mill?, yet lie rscsrwd do pecuniary benetit from Liu bis
chiue, tMrcaasS he ileiavesa taUiiiK ?nit .1 patent for it Mi
next removed to I'lster County, N. TH wlsts be bwasw
Interested in an eztonaive paper milL and ihoush ?m?*?
luga large property in *li year?, he lost It all au
seventh. Tin? ?;w tli? l.?st of his rev.-r-e*. In I*R
\? 1
Ingslax*^ prop?stty in ?ix years, he lost it all di. ? ?
Mventb. Tins wits tli? lust of Ins raVetSCS. In i?1
lie i-ioiii? with Ins frtiiuly to tins < ity, where lie l?oui:!it ?r
interest In The ?tun newspaper, and taa short time be
i-ame its sole proprietor. The wealth whlih he ha* ?tic?
loquired bas asad? him prrmlnenl in banking and ,"l"',
Itn.iiiiial operation*. President I'olk sent him to Men?'?
'.innig the Mexican war to arrange a treaty of p?**?"*!
rbe negotiation?, tliougb satis/aotory, ?en Nay*s ?I
l?y a false n port, in wlneh it wa* anuoiiiiei'd tkai **11,i
\nna bad annihilated Oso. Taylor's army. Mi
: from bnslneaa, atid up to _w titu? ??
iiis death resided in his natne town.
KMAM 1.1. I.Kl T/.K.
Kni.inuel Leut/e, the paint?-!, v\h?> died ic
IVashmgtoii, I?. C yesterday, was born in (imiiu.l. Wlf
MSabStg, May 2?, tSM. His pareuts, soon after bit birtb
?uiigiuted to this country and settled m F1ii!*delphis
!t:s youth was passed in that city, and there he rSSSRSal
?JaRrStlSSSSas in art a? he practi?-ed tHMnaffefaaR
11 il.-nte of bis sick father to "pas* away" the tiua?
ife soon became skillful, and an enthusiastic ?tintent,??
?upyiug his tune prun-ipa!]} iu sketcbinjc portraits, ?'
ivliK-h he Raoaaa? an Ril< pf. After he had ?thieve?!
a siiK-iiiil success in making a picture <*
in Indian tn the midst of a wild lsndvsp?
ookniK toward the set ling SBR, which ga1?^
jiin much pisise among the artists and mt it ? '
rapidly rose in his business, and m IS41 went abroad. J*
.niiiing a pupil Ot the celebrated I.esMiig. Tuo?>f l|'J
4-orks in Earops. "I'olumbir? N^fore tho Council ?
iislamaooa," ami "i'olumbus in Chalas." ?,r1
?oiisideieil grtiit ?uceesse?, as was ?'*
''Columbus before the ??ueeii." tlnlshed In I*
In IBIS, after studying in Venice and Rome, he was ni*r
riid. and took Bp Rta le^iderue in IiasiK-ldorf. II' ?R'f
??aid devoted Iniii?eif to liistoi'icat sub).?ts, oro?nsm
many well known and much adinire?! pielun'S. ?sb?R1
be moat oelebratsd of which in this eosstry s?
? H'.i*liiiiirtoii CroaaiDfthe l?elaware," "Waahlagios ?"
Moi.iiioutli, " and "?Sergeant Jasper." In l-''. sft? 1 '" "t
kbsent H years, he returned to the United State*. ?Lli*
ue has since resided,
Mr. AlienT Thoinpson, the Temp? tan??-, adv?'*
rate, dud in l?ngiiamtoti on l-'rlday night, ?>. plu!? ?-0'
>r ijuick consumption. He ?mis L?oi n In llilltlon?. ??bi?,
11 USa .mil ?ras liberally educate?!. Previous '-?> tb' U'aMi
?f contracting Intemperate habits ho w?*one ijf theu'a??
iful cleiaivmeu and popular oiators la Oh'" "*
abandoned the ministry to enter the national ?a
me of the Western commission?, sud hi* *everal?tio?'*'B
that field iii?lm??It?ie\i,e of ,t 1 inking, und? r wfflcii ?e he
?aine ,1 confirmed Inebriate. He \?as, however 1?" l-*i,I,\?*
under the care of Dr. Ihiy.at tin? Asylum la Hnigr-auit-o
?l?verai mouth? ?go bis eiortlous ae a le? tur? r U?N ,
l'i niper.iiK'c in ali the principal cities of t'ie r-tstCAncclisi
bis health beyond recovery.
Dr. Win. Allen, 1). D., who t\\e<\ on the 1?
Inai ut N'iithauiptoii. Mass., at th?? ag* of ?4, was s g?_?
uiiieof H.ircar.l. of the elHssof lso<. After serving'*
.nine time 11s a tutor m the institution, ho remo*-ed ?.
Pittsfleld, and auti*ei|iiently resigned hi* position "
I? istor to accept the PreMd?Miey of I>artiii<uith O'll?.
IhiB post he held until pjOP, when be t<sik ?borge of Bo*
loiniollege. In 1KI9 fie removed to Northampton u
18.11 he published his " lliographieal and Histoiical 1 ''
Honary," which wm afterwaid followed by sereril 01 u"
work* boarinf teetimouy to bis great learning ana m
Cant, Wm. Wh.iun. IVsident of tf?0?g
Intout Fire Company, died ot sj>oploxy la Mew-??'?**"?
oa Hatu,d*r ?vealn?.

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