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nauta qoohf, rAKi t \?i m un < m wi'ioN.-iiir or h;m)R.an ?r ? m BAixoi nti.L? woKKi -. raPJOBl <>l IHK r.M.lOT? LhBOBfl Till. KtiVAl. I \-,ll 1 --MK JOHN TKK1.VWV aXaXTStt OF Hit OOVTAOIOCa DtfBAl acts, I . HUM AN iHVAsinN M, i D*J ?KMMNhKNT Or TIIKTRIIH N LOBnMMw J**I 1 ;i-?Tt is to M hoped that, farasiireat Hiltain Is eoncorned, no intelligent t eigner omd there nie a good msnv in Ixuidon Just in attending the r renee) trill notice the p i.-, .lings of the House of LBffle. l'.otli that Bttaal n the House i i Com mon? havi' played most "fanta* tricks," it not ? iiefori' huh Beavea," battra tat eat try ?i'h t:,e llaliot lull. Only a i-hoit nine ago, I it.him' or coiiui!. ii at the pttdjpeot enfrattchi.-itig the working efcatoea, on the ground tl tin') won defleleatl Lntdllhrenoe,tbonjrP this iiistn x)i|iiie<i taaa overwhelming aaanhei of ?hie men. the dtscQMtion upon th>- liallot Mil, ttii- sanie BttBt I taken the utterly Illiterate veter into its fondest e pppat H ri?sohi-I that magistrates should receive t dec lar ?lions ot ignorance with rettpect, and apjiolnted i?IHV ia| o ?leer to vote tor liiin. ko that his valuable Mutante should not kd "t t" Ifed Constitution. T Hoime ol I-ords has U en sl.il mon- charmed with t Illiterate elector, ami re surd hiui with all tbe tendu m due to ? pillar of the State. They have latea hiui aw from the ?aafjtdtSete, and sent liini to the lieturni Officer. The ma.-i-trate might know him ; Ills noli born might confront him, and defeat his criminal afTec t "m of kjattaaei : ?a tat y si m aha boitte the feetand Offi^r. who know.? nothing alx.ut him, and who hau time to Investigate his professions ot iiite!lectual Idle* If the otlicer or other person? had reason to tloubt Iln re h: s hceu a great struggle with tb.i Tory pal now to i>.i> their compliments t<> tbe IdjBtcaal tal The te.:-,i,i kj that it he is det Ian d ignoiuut, other p aoau ii'ii.v mark his balloting paper for hiui, and thus will coto.' to be known by ilu electioneering agent I ?bom the man is going to vote, uinl who can there prove Ii- tala, and have du a the "Man the Moon " (The m;. sti rhms ag? nt of electioneering ci miitmii, sonc t aafl m flus ci'iintry). T " Man in the Moon " ought to t>e elevated to the pe? age. tor tie I.oids have Ul;cu his liants under tin eapccL.1 protection. At the next election the Ignora tatet trM be the ataeiapaalal pail ?d the constituent Mr. Stuart Mill oui I s. anduiized the OdtW rvativ? l n by dcclai.iik.'that t!?y wtTe tue "stupid party." lh. Mr. Mill, tar-seeing as he Is, could hardly liavo autli I?ated lh.:l the day would coine when they would ma] theuisohi - the champions ol the mo.-t "stupid " peop In tin - ' II - now been final' tha' : ( baaee an ho (tied bj Mr, Otadatoat Ilnnneiv. In. ; | | o,. leading, and then d ?troyiwt i be inii they p .-?* i by \ baoaa amendments. Ur. Mo( rm k of i?? ! .-? i. m trrttata a very ?jrlaa bai on' .. . Air," in whit a he n min?strales that it ti? pttfaraaai.f tins aawltd aol thai is the teaaaatfti of eonsuiuptiun?the most nnlvenal and penaaaeal all hum.?Il ma. aille., The Latid hive bet H lorceil to pi form tin- operitiMli Th< ) have had kt " II btl athe" tin amendment.?an act hurtful to their reputation, or 00 ?unptti th- reef, lu a e i-e ? in ii a aua proveo te be r. it is ileeiueil the honorable ami manly thin',' ??jaaaaJkjMJ and retract. If a traveler goes in error down road that h aiN to nowhi'i'i', or to smne? la ii Hi.- petal tti which he wished ; In. I.iving-toi would lie deemed an idiot If he persisted In advalicin or atea Beta I ap still, tjt beaei thd Bttat of ixuds f, ?? rebreaiuin?:" their auientluiei.ts, although an uii.-'n t r. ad ahoaM aet have ? word te say again them had thd] n t I r:.d gi aluitounh . The Hallo! h; beta the ( ry of the Radicals for 40 \i mit, Till : the i5iiti-.li coi:.-iitution is that an eleetlot of repreaeni tive? shall take place every seven year-. The elect then chooM'8 his master. The Memtier of I'arli.iinoi elect has ?htaP**aetetOtldl him. He may betray bit: he may tax hiui, he may plunge his eouutrv into war. 1 may tapada it bj batJ treatta?, bj aaay shoot down th elector with Hie J.i-t n.-edle-gun thd Wov ruinent bj p.it. tti I tad I ! the unhappy t lei toreando is to how lie mus! aaM -?w:i years, iin;ll he next stands bv th baJbM '?"v. ?nata hl i ta dtptat his knavish representa ?w live at.il . '.< et a bettet la bis place. Be therefore claim ^?A to vot.' ;is he plaaddd, tad every man. whether priest o ^H landlord, or ctiiployi t or " pastor or niastei"or any dc ?pv groe, who want? to know how he votes?with a view t control ins vote?is an offensive, peatUeattal, tatolea feili.w. Thi? is the trac working thtdd theory of voting and Ui<" I/ordH who afleet to be champion* of purity liav given all theiroaptjetl It BBt siuiuidr 1 adjtal who p- : forms this part and manip . JM.S.'^ Th I vare overdo tap it. T!, y ..te ?bot every when . Ifa taiBBtpa rathtt througli thi making a btttaa bv tbe rapidity of its passage, the cet tainty i ? ?hat tlie Prune of Wale- is on the will',' to op. a hofpit il or an exhibition, or Her M ijctv, o' the Frtaeed are assisting at some exhiMiiou, Prison Con fi-reace. or other aasembly. Sir Charles Dllke ought t( atad I n ite tti the 1'riiice of Wa'ies to tell Hid Hoya o-- "That will do," and that thd country i pe? fe eil y i.,'?ti-t|od that he earns the '? eont of the crown.' 'I K-iy.il Family arc ,. | dd hot weather tha' do ma takt taiv of thctii, we shall lose tlifcin. The; will melt away, or work themselves to death. The Priuci of Wah I la out till a late hour every night. Two day ago In- v. i- \ i-itinc >:r svdney Watciiow, ami openln) theCunae tat BTottd at Highipite. On Tuesday nigh m ?n it at ?i o'iiock, taapaethaj m'sii-is o _:it he was at Lord (iranv?lii'b party - ami carpi-liters insist upon nine hour? work a dap only, it would be but common decency n allow a little more consideration for thd l'nuce. I bolnvt that if a judn iouh costcriiiongtir's widow scut a note U thai) [that the had am wapplc-Mtall toopen and should Ix- pjad if Hi- Boyal Highness would just Ukf i la the artrafatj before httdajr*! worn I. in his kindness of le levotlei t.-:..- pahihl duties Ju?t now, run 1 the old l;nt\'< -tall. H. R. H. 1.? no; v. . ? il iat;iif, and would do It from an nom ' bal ?peahfeai a? an artist, solicitous fut Ko. :. o,-;-, :-. I ;?; i: t nay the Hnt.-li public are rat her ovi-r a in Imed jus* now with this sort of thing. mi Jo m -a..-turn I r. :.i-? ney, lia: t., M.l'., added soniO time apav '" t?i' m ii\ dldttanaiehed ?etrioed ho has len,? ic.I to th.- jiiio.ii, the pan.n aii.m of a masterly ii.e e-,.-:? -i,i. bkhea hafott I M book of evidence whit h ??il aaaibar of j?t?oiis will be possessed of, ? : which fewer ?till will probably fiad time to go t ? Ifewer -till, will understand the wbwti i-iii|M?rt when the] have gone thnaajh lt. Arnim), ti 11 u- --r. nan id and itrong, i- eommonl] overlaid br mu?-- ? ' ? th' ?nrfaee wttb m . i . i relawnev b ibllltl . and With ii" lc.,n hiiuian tt.i tbd a iiiii-f.-rlv aiialyi-li of the whole. I do ix that In ?w a?nala of parliamentary an Lne high ' ?? ? Young cjmildate? for ad rvice who ?a.i- ? ? lUturai*ta tin iiiM-l'..-.. ?n pnrut writing (ill an .!?'.!??. ? examined), conld not prepare thMBdei' ? better than by eonparlng the large farUa lijint.ix BJ i- ? ' ' upon the -iil'iei t m ijU' - lion, v.'iii .-sir John's wonderful little Drab H wi.nnii' loi'iii ? what eaeb wltnei is i olnpli -?. I Ul - rldJOr ?ii,d e|eu:. add*, tita ?ucl of tin- perusal is aiway- mail'ra ned.and the und mi; is m .or lilmlcn-l Ot deia\ed in t on |iieli"iidmg the man? i m bund. Dm Loujonani are tbe publ fllr Jobnh Analysis. Tin* w parliamentary <i.H iiuieni ?ii???!-*. hnarlap ibji nmi iw tbougbl tit.- uo't o ef in tfa value o? the ? uni ? Act- _ BEP?BUCAJi ri?ANc i:. Jill tuNNl.MKV m l.KKMANV? UOM 01 i.ii'.u-Ai. PSOOKBaaV-TWO ICKVSB IN Till-; EfiBTttTT*- T I S1 IN ttJl KKKOKMI ll-VMih, (isdM THK KK(,i LABI OpJUbVOaPtBT Of TU TKIuTNfi I I'aui.s, July 3.?The principal features ot l'ic new convention between Fraiioe und (rermany, qualify? ing tlie earlier treaty stijuilations foi payinent of th? war indemnity and liberation of French territory from (ierman military occupation, pap J The final tu m of huuidatluu !* extended by a year?to March, 1S76; par- j Hal payment? at intervening, fixed datea will bo accepted, and followed within 15 day? of receipt br proportionate ?vacuation of the occupied ?-part men ta. It Is optional with Prane? to aniiclj.ate each of tbeae payment?entire, and b) installment* of not Ii u than IOO/kkj.o?h ? ?Im to anUelpate payment of the whole Uiiee mil? liard? of frauos; furthermore, If, after payment of the first two milliards, the Kepnhiic can procure taatiniactory ajaantstdd for tl.e third milliard, ?w h fluancal quarante* may be accepted, m Leu of the socurlly of military pos?ei??iou by Uermauv, and followed by the withdrawal of her troop? from the. ladt two ocouj/ied Department? in advance of actual pay? inent; meanwhile, however, and until the final liquida tiuu, the troop? withdrawn from the gradually Micrated liepartuienU ajapatv retire into the uonberated one? and dot from France, and these are held to aupjiort tbe whole M.000 troop* to the lant. But it is nearly evident that thi* laat point, a? we!) a* that rclat.ng to the bkttf BB)V Mitution of a financial for a territorial pjapraalee, may lm objoot of ulterior ueaotlatiom?. wtioee more or leas J favorable Issue to Franco depend* on her conduct of Internal a? airs meantime. Tiies,, e,militions, ?till hard and painful, are.oa whole, a manifest improvement on thoao of the orlgt treatji ami equally aredMaMa t-> the ?upimnaoy of Tbiers and to fiat general statesmanship cxpn**, . In* administration of the Onvoriimeiit of France, wli furnishes the bu*e for his diplomacy to rest on. 1 conditions are as favorable as should have Immmi Batted| and. although they ratber disappoint cert too lively lmpes, overfed of laic on flying rumors, Bon catanls, nnd other light diet, they are generally accep as favorable. Of course tho politicians of all the trenie fictions -especially 0f the Hoiiapartbtl and l."i batel taottaat are<iaeoatoal with the convention, ; would almost represent lit* enforced postulate* ( enormous debt and the nooesalty of pat nient) a? In cunable admissions for which the K? public I It? 1'resideut are to blame. It will bo ratif by the Assembly?possibly with sllchf modlfl tlons. It apjtears fnun the votes of the Bures of the Aasemtily, which met yesterday to appoint oaol member of the Committee to repet? te tbt House ont subject, that about 200 deputies frankly approved, M??? pted with qualification?, and 1?, more or lese, torete abteeted to the Oaaveateaa. Xht probable ro* will lie that tbe Committee will so report as, while eepfing the Convention, to throw the respon tfMHty ol onM.Tbior*. He will take, it without sIiiiIHiuk. Mb ever other his defects and fault6, lack of that lamen bly rare i;iiality aatoaa political MOB of this and otl countries, civil courage, is not one. It la worth noticing that, iu the PlfUamtt Mam (Jamhettacommended the result of the negotiations an able argument of considerable length. Thia is o tad lertta flleac*? tponeh at tbt iWaataT given the oil eveattg to the three newly elected Kepnbllcan deput Is another of the lately numerous significant proofs Ibl development Of politic MBM among Liberall and 1 publicans of different ?harlot, and of the con qnently grovtag Mrea^te of ptaettoal BepabUeaali Take. In furtln r install?e. the recent ma festo of M. Cuvillier Fleury. M. iKlem v an elderly man, academician and naturally Ottmar tive; ho was In his younger time tutor of some, of t Orleans princes, especially of the Duke d'Aumale. a has ever since been acniistantconstitutional monarch! presumedly of the orleanist persuasion, and he has M for many yen- one nf the ?iMtonal writers on t Journal tie? lHlxits. This last w?^ek three royalist ?? torlal writers for that sheet-one of them bis broth ufad'mu I in, ist. Marc de (?iradin ? hive left lieeiuise of its semi-pronunciamento for Tliii and the Republic, uttered on occiision of t betaltM BteaaaM al the Btebt to petvaadt tee Preside to modify his administration of the Republic, with sjiecial iiiiii to futuro restoration of a monarchy. The editorial oolleagnet bavtag /one over, bag ami baggto U>Joto the edit.'liai stafl of tbe Joiinml ile l'urin, wli: openly tin s the liova] Orleans flaft H Cuvilliir Flell takes the opportunity to write a ,blt< r for the publie the liiaiiairilis'i-ditor-in clilef of the Itrhn'n. in this 1 1er be expTOOtee' his entire approval Of tbt P" tion tal n by that journal, Ins I lln-i eiicc I" t Oeverament as it is, ami tat eeeeptaaea, M i Iva? of whatever form of gnverninetit for which the peo] of France in future elections, te ht belli in due tin shall proaoeaee. Oenttdertag the | jptuallyrepa tive ?ju.ility of the writer, the ChlOBOlOgsnal tad and literary class eondltloni "f him and I '' f..??irh .ms family, and m tin- iii>tof French0 n*t| 1 Ml (which has lOOtal] patted, m imperial t.ui' mg tec "i pin "i tin n principio, ii not tin? Instrument their family ambitions), tali lettei I "mon than i There was.ai.iw at Ver?;i!lli s lat? Monday. The prop ?abtool of debata was tin- Bapplaaiontoiy Mil, or MUa, \t ,' - and Means. Oa paper Ij0.0rt0.no0 trains, for pro I cal purpose*?, 200,000.00?i, are Beefed bF l?overnuient i c- . comfortably on with tbt I H Thn desire sum mate be ratted by taxation, hi Tbtara long a* Mid, and always m-ists, that the. DttM "inn I "iild bean teoaeastoally voaM Mal te ratete by arete? ttvt revean eastern?, daty on rav tad tteei amtertele, Betvei tee ?idjouniinent of the debate toag ?aeatht ago aadil revival now, when MMMdlah - ImpOtetOB t "ai decision, ii.seioii'iiiii al i i lief bs undergone no change. Politically, and anwillln bas yielded ander prot? i the fon e id a previ b m' contrary poliUco-econoinfcal opinion, but ha r renounced hi? aim, Tbatlaael like him. I bar no competence to enter Info the elementary polltid economical question?, and nol time to|elucldate In deta the factious and parti-m qaallfylnf elements of th mdaj 's duplicate rpw. M. Tiin-rs is a Protectionlat, and Insist? that tbe be? part of tbe needed new rmniavi eat be beat obtalne ?rom enatomaduties, M.Bonher, the principal negot atnr i if the commercial tn ety with England of is ?o, o, Ueveototbi free-trade doetrrae of winch Itwai Hal exemplification (one ol the lewithiiigs hadoee l* Ik re in?, ami is without donbl the Incompar ibly able? man in the boose to defend it end tbefprinctple of it. il umier:" >k It? deten -i in the tribune, and the Indnlr-enc of hi? old arrogance to far a? to talk o servi esbe|luv rendered and nilghl yet render to Prance 8nch pr?ter tioi.-ii' ss 11 oui the Va e Kuipopir, ?ho latterly, almos more than I,'en s Napoleon, li the reap insihle author o tin- diaMtora thai bave befallen Prance by Imp? rial rule nitoo mueij for moat of the Honae to hear?too mud fm Mrtaia of tbe I* n to bear w ith deoantlj -? ifn i sp? ; Ingp i much foi M. Tbiera to bear, who w,, never more brilliantly bitter m reply than la M ?harp, reproachful aaroaam to Bouber'a addreaa, But still, Bonher managed to parti) au b Ami: ii- of it i-, tli.it, m Inn the Klgbt wim of the Blgbt la in accord with the Prealdeni In pol?tica economy, and all the Liberals from centet to ei Is-ft are oppoaed to inn' in that respect, the momentary conditions of the political si torn ton era such, that tin Kighl own convictions, to Pre? i. and the Left, agalnal its own conviction?, to Pro teotlon. Because, reapecUvely, Thler?, Pre?ldentol th? !:? |. iblic. - a I'lo'ei n."') i li'ii ,i Republican. The mon Ivolenl of the !,? fl were rarely wrong In refusing IG? to K'i.ilier. Bol tin? Ural i-iiiriiiiiaii hardly abated when ibt ter ' if Foreign Albir? took tbe tribune to read tbe pre liminar,e? and text of the Convention, At-thta phraa? Indicating the Imperial abare In the great disast haa befallen Franee, some member ol the Left cried oui "Listen, M. Kouher," mid praatatly another phraet of the woful document furnishes .islon fora tac tioni Right partlaan to cry out, "listen, M. Jnlei Favre." M. Barry von Arnim was in the tribune "' tie diplomat ist- all this v. hile, healing their i rie- and waleli lug the accompanying foolishly dercc agitation, and th? . i n. ra and the foolish agitator? knew thai he, tbt re ptetentattvt of tee watchful, controlling oougneroi, tta a spectator than Tin? Synod of the Protestan! (Reformed) n, mnatetlael have It? row. it oat arltd two day? a^-n Orthodox and tbe other doctor? mutualij acoua? l other of unfair procedures, of unchristian, on manly, untruthful purpose?, doing?, and ?aylni stiuiyiiiK the otiiciai reporta ol theperformauoM, i to say that the wortt charges ol either paru again?! thi other teem probable. But la gaaeral tut must be s mi foi the Bj ni?!, that, vite all It? ebnah e nae ol the povei of a majority atraagely applied by an asaamedli ?OTttalBg vole to the most intimate qnaetkm? of I tu ladlvldual oontolenoe, there hat been (with tee excep ti'ii of last Monday) an outward observance ol mentary deoenctot and of gentlemanly courte*te? thai IU intensely disagreed and manifoldly boat He mem licis much honor. Preceding this row in tbt Synod, th? imm?diate occasion of which la not worth stating, am: the underlying fatal ferule can-.- of which doc* nol m-eii to be staid, tbe one most intereattna ?abject of ifr waa the new electoral law, regulating am! g the ele? toral conditions of votera,tor tbe future lu election? <?! delegate? of the ohurchee ton pr?sentant ? Byaod? Of the ?'lunch. What him moot deeply inipr. isetl me on this tuai notai is the want of eonddaaee, the ah ?olnte lack oi with, the intensely ttmoroat peed and ? ly or thing to come and back tie m up that mark all the politic conduct and Impolitic miaron dint by the orthodox of their little church iitlaii ? M, Guizotwasl t member of the Bynod Thanks, largely ,(| t,iw tonaeaee, a scant aaatorlty has roted rev m, ?upernstnraUam, Mlraetot, ato., m etomeotary and. . and parcel of the faith of lin r W. H. II rofjuEin HOTsa S MM Dial GrftM liii^ lUiiKiiiiiciil to tlifi Chilian Chamb'-r that hn ha? discovered an extensive; dapettl of ?ruano oa Islu de l'an de A/.iuar MtejM I?af ! . sita Heil otf the polt of that name, and alsmt a mile (run tin eoaat. Thi? Island, which is about M mltoa i.m th of ( baftaral ?le las Anim?t,!? areeMlble to all kinds of cralts. very ?toM to a IMBN ancliorage, anil in nie communication with the continent. A t<li.Kiuin from Aj?jj?hwuU to The I'anama ttarond Heniid?dated Julyio.aays: "Bjthe steaav ?hip < icean (taei u the L'nlU'd otates \ irM 'on-siil, Major 1)111, Itc-Aiil a i I'laliHiiiiealion tlom the Htale llepai t meiit at Washington :o this efCeet: In the detention of the Bdjtaf BUari tb< course adopted by Vice Consul 1)111 and Capl i>avi* i* appte* td "f. rapt rrnmiir? tgrti ment with Melchor Ageeru, however, made him aaart ir,,t ol tho shil?, und his eoinlin t is erad wrong iu disobeying Ag?ero, who was the attorney ol the owner. Unies? tn. \'.e Consul has n atoa to ?utpert tiiat the Maarl win atejceti en an un? lawful errand he may graut hei a clearance, a? the .Neutrality law Cf ISIS d'x-s not ?eern to have been vio? lated. 'I'.' aaatl to New-York, Z Butcher, it also recommended to ??ici out a master to replace 1\ ?null. Butt -in r bat lag agreed to order the fHaari to New fork dliect, t " ( maul Ulli ?s.l detain the Mtuart until u'it ?ii u i'.v Mi. Butcher." Mr. KuaLun in fteffafitel at YYnii;?.. Ttttg in what he wiute then-, in June . "leant * i lie this mom lug bccaii'?' of the h? m.sed tt hist ?lug "I the dirty -dea in eii(/!iie of "i" OH aibus for Lido, waiting at the Quay of t.v Hi ii Patent f'T tin- duty population of Venlc?, wim n is now aetthei fish nor Beab, Dettbei noble nor flshenuaii -cannot aflnnl to beroved, DOT hat strength nor sens?' enough to row U*e,t ; but smokes and sjei-, op and down the puui'Ua all day, and get? it?? If diagg'd by a screaming kettle to Lido next morning, to sea bathe ??elf into capacity for mon? tobacco, 'lhis mlsei aoii ui'ib, which ha* nut bialn* enough to know ?o much as what o'clock It II, nor sense enough so much a* to go aiioard a boat without being whistled for like dogs, ? h'lkiiiK-the Mweet sea air with pitch-black smoke, ami flliiiiK it eiitii ,-iy with ?levlllsh noi-e, which no proper? lo,-.i im insu (?-lug lanild endure within a t|iiarUir of a iuln> or tlieui?laatso the/may bo ?uttit leully SsalsUtd and piisua.li o lo ? -luhwfc, lot Ute Wualuugol Un lAaolro?, at the r*la<*> Quay. OLD COLONY LETTERS. 1V.-MAE8HFIFX?. ?OPJ AHOHT TIIK WKBHTliK ri-AfT.- THF. MA }l|ON ?HloTOKIC TKKAPfKBS?WKnsTKIt A HIS FAMK?TUB KAMII.r?CONDITK >N OFT KttTATK. I PROM AN (XVAMONAI, rORRKSrOMTNT OF THE TRinr? StANHI.-H BO?tSi aOlTH DUXBURT, Jlllj -My pilgrimage to Manmflcld. the narration of wb wa? left unflnlnbed in a preoedln? letter, vu mad? ui the only day of the week which tho family rooatvl their ret In lient and the MH'iety of private gue*U. 1 early aflora *?n waa bushed and still as a New-F.ng!i Sabbath. IbeWebater mansion is ?ecludod from nearoet fanivboiiset, like the lonely moateil grani and while the lady of the manor abo? room after room, tie apartment? were cool and tx ipill, " the Mat fly sang l* the fane," and I was gri lied fur the ?ibaeiicc of the ihrmig that often hustle* and out from beginning to end of the secular week. 1 right, for years J ?felted to the public, of visiting this 1 torn' homestead, is steadily exercised hy the t m lousu patiiotic. anil (his iiuitoaea upon tho family a ?urrcm of privacy, the tank of constantly putting thing- to lit r, and no small amount of petty expense*. A fei accepted from strangers for exhibition of the rooms u relics. ( oniphtint has beta made of thls/yet, iiiiiIit I condition of tho ertuto, it is not only proper I nocesaary. liesides, the visitor is thus freed from a sei of Intrusion, and the charge Is nothing, compared w the interest of what is hero to be aeeu. I never lia becu in au Amt neun mansion so filled with the rcllijuij treasures, jK-rsonal memorials,and famous pictures of t. great man, complete in suggestions of its founder better worth a more lingering observation than I was?* to give it. It was a ploasure, even, to bad my b through thoso old-fashioned roouis.aml to show him In u grand orator and hearty gentleman built up bis hon aud to let hnu stamp upon his memory the Bheaddt an order now fast changing aud yielding to the new. ??On the right of thd quaint yet spacious hall U t brcakfaat room, with a cheery, opeu Arc-place; on t left, the recaption parlor; beyond the latter anotl parlor, or music room, and, still further and of most terest. the lofty liluaiy at the western end of the Imu Here, with all his volumes still upon their shelve, books not Hourly so vailed and comprehensive ment its one might look to 11ml?and annd B hund? other iiieini iteet Of his studious hours, tho stafc-ms willing chaii and table at once attract the eyi'. Up the latter ? registration-book lie- Opea, when visiti may inscribe their names. The first leaf to win 1 turned boro the sign;.ture, "Jefferson Davli boldly and fairly written- under the date of hi? Nor ern tour, afeado bal t rear et two befan the breaking <j of the lb la Ilion. The parlor, music-room, and lilu.ii form B stately suite, opening, through windou.s tli reach from floor to ceiling, upon the long Bntithe piaz/.i. 1'rom the middle room a puasngc bails into t boast of the mail-ion ami what its founder could n be without--a spacious, hospitable dining-hall. ?, those walls had laii-uagc! what uieiiioiics of days a nights; ot the tawreat beBdjnattaatef wits ami ad\ eaten ainl staiesmeii; of the pride of blood, the joy beauty, thd strength of fame, hen- bieafhl togclh anon and iinou?and Bttn than once an obligation tana denied, ptethatfd banjhat a thtaaaad ttataa i paid bj bj? one adiiilaalta to mat lopatidtrp board '. p.utiails of Ml. Webster of his ?m-, childi'ii, in other kith and km, some m irawm, some in o;I, ai many e\i|iii-.tc miniatures upon ivoiy, doll" lu tin ethereal manner whali B0| eseu thd ti ?jMOBI - Ol the Mi La CnVN could innig into disH-pule. aad whii nothing but thd iiiliotluelion of the Jihotugrapll coU render ? io ? >piataroo an aeattetat apea ti walls of nearly ewiy loom The standard bfe-i, paiattapji al Vehetdt aat Lett Aahbartna, b Hta'e.r, still hang ou opiKi of a librai window. Hut I was luo-t iiiterc-ted lit an ui latthed fun leatti pastan ot ?Tehatat m raapjh haatfat co-tiimc hat-loiictied and lifle lu hand- wlmli stum ali'ivc thi' mantel m the diniiig-hiill. His bast, la pi i-t' Of heroic -,,/?-. w.i- in the corner ot another room, an appeared to be an admirable work of art ; but why U ?inst of Pius IX., m mil hie. should hiiM' ?H-eii given p1 ne of bean hi the state-man's lltaaty is more than can surmise. Agnin-t aa aapravtaaj-raeh wn ?taatla Col. IMOhOt Wetistei -i swor d, pii seiit'd to him a- an in..Ujier of the 13th JlassilehllM'ttn liegllilcnt ; soin lapaettai visitor has atoieii ti vu large auu-ihy -' from the krwetad init. M Baa rare alt lum ture Iiotii'Caldo beie and then-, ( made no close exalt ?nation, yet was struck with tbe elaborate nehm M al tall cabinet tho work of mon. i.-tie hand- aid ?aid 1 have injuired a century for Its completion ?win. h i- H tu ??:;, covered With sp.nte.i ptettOVdaad de-'gns, labor oii.-ly curved, lrom im- hardest and blaohoetOf WOOd in sii'.i.iiig ooetraat,ne*] by, wa i i ?aad tabli tho flr.-f ptOQd of Ami ta an f uni i line in ule fiuiii the bbfe walnut of th" Weet) aad pi n ?ti tho It noription to Mr. Weboter, dm the el I ol Bafhle ?n b reeegaitlea at ata effJbrtt "l behalf of pntaettea le fuaerleaa lataatrjr." paaaad rapidly through the atajaban aa ti. second (floor. ThOM an tastefully varied an adorned, and nil of them command beautiful pnapnl of tho surrounding country ; lut the simplest aie plainest ot all IM thd room m which tin' m i-t.i du ? the sipiare, unpretending bedstead standing In th undine oi theap.nlu'i-iit, aa Itttood thnagheal in? ii tad at the i i Jusl tW( i.:. ;,;.. deu! n, am the ?eantrj. nvend neaawhlk and naalted, in iuv ( nt' ling upon the loiirih l'n IdeOtidJ eh I lum trOSO thd ot f] .fot Which ht u.1.1 ih-ua-d tue s.illragc* of hi? paity and w bon i oii.-iimniatioii be nc\er lived to fe caieetofagri.it mau Who has Beaded .iwa>, ?ike :1c outline of a neetlap rlltT. aaanmna dltorenl shape from tune to time, as Wo look at it through new atmosphere, m,.I reai Ii further point* of eboefVa tiou. Hei,-, while i.'ie i ur'.aiu loll iijmiii the dramatic radiapof Ifehatar'a Itfa, eae*B thoaajhta insensibly aaefe for a fair estimation or the man. I'u'ure hl-torlan-, philosophically Judging him by Ills piiud, will BJltVI coiri-i ti.v al thlj, but some tliin^ - all- inly ui.- v ? ? i v l II a: Bleahanatat aad aebtetnaeaMwoat ihreaph jean I laudation and MeOBM adulalloii : he was tho god-like, | i :tau aaaeap men, the Jetea of ins race, ibjaa followed his ib-, in.?? and failure, and the years of e,usure, of un ib i valuation. Hut, looking buk, it seem-, ta DM thai hi- large, enduring patriotism. who-e azpneatn ban beooaaa aa eleanataip fad of both our poiiti eal aad aebool-text litentare, eeta peraoaal loadn fnai ins own ttTintant Whatj he far hook liberty for I'liloii, bin very tall la the Whilli?ig 0f time w.ta the excitant of that great n-aciiim | - tha tana that bmbI aaertj threatened it -hatter the fact and coiistitution of who h be an the Deiaadtor a ? utterly taapt ewaj. ffetlaiatlap in- peabja w.- mu.-t n im lulier thai it flourished in, ami adapted Ks.-lf to. :i 1'ilinaiy. rudimental perm I of oui n ituuial growth ; ltd aaabjaan aad Done simplicity eaaaa it la be underrated in our complex, metaphyoiial era. when cverythiug ii ?tated by laaaeato aad aapjp*attaa. it must be eea ', however, that the pdtfad Was suited |g hu peaiaa, aad that, were he DMat "aw. ho would lave little in BaBBBetfea with thinken of iii- tafurtep anna leheel, arhen straining afin ?uibtiiity, und borrar of dtnetatataaiMja^anearloejely leteetet la the weekly atatnetBeia of eertala : and paUtleal artttea a ama iwinlin Ba was an trataVi to bo heard rathei than read; md one who da/.zled by giitttunigtiKliolarly parwlmand epigram, hut who went honestly at his work, and in id.- trite political truths us grand aud loi i iln.- to h.s heaie'i-a? when I ligii ?conception first entered the humun mind. Nor Is there any exaggei atlon In tho record of that BBraaaal maiesty which could imprtsi a UiU'in, enchain the hearts 0f the papal .ulaud cynical people of bis own HUU\ und on upy the mam punition m tho memories, traditions, and affoction? of high and humble in tin* loutlity, ev?u to the present (-'ay. The whole r.-irioii is atddjtaal of hta strength, bin humor, bis gladness of ptrnafeBl health, bis love lor dumb creatures aud outdoor, Batatal life. He was a hero to the farui.-rs, hunters, ami tlshermen of his own I'oust.who revered his intellectual gi.iim-s. und '.y whom alone his hand and .ye and mllii.M bj u t s ntftt were coiitimialiy test, d ami underst.I. The couutry aeaia lui? rcuched a ?milot when tho worth Of such a paalli m,.i, td, by its alm.-ncc, ?only f.dt. U lidjuuibltlou lor,t?.:;p|,-?iaeii. y has. seemed to met pi oof ot the labenai dipjaUy of thai rnftlra. Thlth ajajean nthaaa-lan la the lawdeef um?ln ?ea.vheaelther caiiiiiusLratc. ion i? alevatad bj thi oaaee. ?Tehttat'e lialional.iy was so hioaU a? som.tim, . to hide Horn hnu aelghttai matt, ra ?| jtattod ami mdi idaal llbnty ; aud Ibid was h.s one iri.-parabie fault, ivisulially, be UToW for nothing men , ?u.l am, ,?? . i.. u t. t Umt. were ha M ? i I ?live aud at htd prime, be BoaM feael to ,, -t?ie the spun, M well m the ?ettor, ol the UoJ nwokbhefoi - I many year? ju itected ! Tue Appleton?-. hUdren of Mr WUhUTi daugl.te, Julia aud the late Samuel A. Apph'ton of BodtOO tO pother with tbe widow and .iiii.it..,, 0f ?Qi pmchei Webater.are, lamudd.tn anljaarrtvlaa, naraaaawltu lohorjt lia rtale-iiimiV blood oi n un.-, xie Maralifleld oatate U la podddMloD of the Ipttai Bnabera of th ram tiy.andJt isa gueatiou whether th? ba? be,,, ? baaatl or Inpiry to their ow-i happli^u and ?iietto*s i ompen satlnu and Rmrlbntlon arephi- toatched steeds that fol low ou mou? acUoua, aud Justice drive? thtitu with | ?teady hand. If Welsiter was rewarded for his patriot Urn and tbe splendid Ubora of hi? Ufo by an urniyim f?m* and the boundlees devotion of a most chlvalrou ?ml foi inuring rinde of adherenU, on the other hand hi laxity of life, Ids blunted senno of pernonsl iin|e|M nbiici his caroleaanes? of minor right? and wrongs, bail ailirec influence ?gainst the suoecs? in life of those most dear ti him. ami completely undermined his estate. Th? evl lived after him, and muoh of the good was interred witl his twines. Those who sneeecdod both to Ins renowi and obligations were, ?* I have ?aid, overweighted fron the first, and with the eye? of the community obaervini their conduct and fortunes, It would be." a uiurvel If thej had not faltercil in the race. When death removed thi head and ihielt.uii of their clan, the Wehster famllj loiiml the .f-lreo fallen indeed. Hi* broad tttVI nearly 2,000 111 all, were cotered With IliilchtDtlllO?* ; h' left a will, but really had nothing to devise; and though the practical devotion ?if hi* friend ?till was nobly extended to his family, thi c?ate at Marshfleld, extending from tho bill to the edges of the sea, und held In trust, I nolleve by tho "Webster Association"- gradually sloughed of by buccc*sive unforced sales, until upon young Ash burton Wt lister's coming of age tho residue was con veyed tohlni, with the n-spousihility and opportunity for it? preaorvation. It has, however, recently beei du tied by him to hi? mother, who now own? tho fee and there stll, are obligations upon it which, togethci with th* cost of keeping up unproductive portions, pre vent It from yielding an income adequate to tho want? of It? holders. For these time? it la still a princely do atete, covet tag MY aeree aromm the mansion, and no? pei-hap' worth more than the original ontlnity. A portion leo* remunerativo for agricultural purposes, i* ronden? especially valuable fur building aile* by its commaudini elevation, and the completion of the Duxbiiry an? Coliasaet Railroad has brought Marshtleld property lnt? the market, giving It speculative attraction*. Mrs Webster has determined to offer lift acre* for sale thereby removing the Incumbrances from the remalndei nf the estate and securing a fair Income In th?'. future The laud will bo oflcicd tit auction, in one parcel, a r.n-ti.ii, on the 7th of August. It Include* " (iothaii IIUI," a s?perb position for villa residence? or a hotel facing north, south, and oust, and overlooking the lam and ocean far and wide. The portion ?f tho farm uudei cultivation seems to bo tolerably well managed. It i piiucipaliy in gra*s mid pasture, and this year they an cutting (a short crup) about TO tun* of hay. Thero is I dairy, from w Inch butter and milk are sent tu tho Hostm market. The ground behind thn mansion, with lawn vallev, and ri*iug ?lopes, 1? ex?iul*itely beautiful ; in tin lowest depth winds a clear, troe-ehaded pond, with ai arbor ami miniature pier at ils beginning. It is fed bj springs, und stot ked to repletion with white perch ; hu If it WMt mine I -hoiud place in It* waters titty of tin laige black has* winch might bo procured no n-adilj from th?! Plymonth Lakes, near by, and lu three year aheald atrer he at ?i Mm 1er a dfilhitoat hrebbfaM If bj chance the butcher might neglect to come my way. it was out totea tern, af emirs?', to visit the edjaoea lull where, in the old Winslow tniryliig-lot, Weitster con Mlatted Ml tomb af the enduring granite, and where In now sleeps within sight and almost within sound of thi d? plnriiig sea. Hut the t;d", Vbteb waits for no man v i? already on the ebb, and all its southward curren ui- needful, with the wind against us, to make good on return voyage down Cut I'.iver and Duxbiiry Hay. Ash barton tTehetof. chrtatened la hovor of Lord athbortob the mM remaining grand-on ot Mebttol VbO beata tin Mateemaa'l name, drove us over Gotham fill and |o the bridge where our little vessel was awaifini U?. As it w is, wi tliil not reach the bay until the niglii had iie.uly falb n ; the muishcs over which we bp?. sailed on the flood-tide of the morning, now were hlgl ami w lud swept, and we tacked a* best we might, dowt i nirrow, winding channel to the harbor-bar. The sin was setting, and we bad at iteaaath for ? tappet ' aeroM the eater PlyraoBtb Bap, *o va took refuge m suie M Daxbarjr, : t the stab iy, nev-feagtod house, from which tills letter 1- adiln --' d A s|H-ciilalite association MM purchased the My Its Bl amli-h luil and firm, bo i-i e. ted tins Hue bummer hotel, already ?i o wiled with -, i ml in August the comei -t..ui. of a gre:it nionu iin i I tn the litth-? aptaiu's memory is It ht laid with pon. p and i ?it uin.--l.iui e at'euiliiu;. Pfraatltl observa tliiti of -u n 11 r.v I i 'ii "ii line, MOM grown cornel -sfoiies, ami of monument? broaehi M aa untimely ?land ?till at varions hiebt? above then raapeetlve batea, has mm peri d my eiitliii-i.vsiii fui i eninoiiies of tins kind. Bel if tin proposed obelisk should ever reach completlrm upon tin bitty mamltof Standltb mil, no doubt Tin. Till III KM W 111 bt a in nil g the l!i ,| to res poet fully salute II. _ii. BUMnWB OF TUl ? J win* yii.w- m ftEPRJ -i.M wi\ I MIX. (?I'll. Wilt Attains ol Mi.s.-.i.-..si|t|ii, in ?oliv? r Mttoa t nil a rapattot "f Tin. Tuai n . Mated thai tho solid whit, Miti of thai Mite would bi cast for the Lib? eral fendMetfft Bl bad Bt doubt whatever that Mis si->ippi would lie carried by the Lilxiais. There wa* no until for whom tin- .-"iith entertained a greater regard nt the [in-cut tune thai, Mr. ilivi .cv. \Vhate\er hitter in s* had bei n engendered by his warfare on Slavery and Mt ?nuise diinng tin- Kcbcllinii, had taMtosff away, and he was now held lu -lin ere MtVOOt and regard. Mori ot er, his course was looked upon its consistent. The life-lung opponent of Hbnerv .so long H erl-te.i, at fought It bitterly; but at Iht lioso of the war ho favored amnesty. 11.s bailing Jeff' rtOB l'avis wa- aOMpted by tbe South a- i).f that he wished to ?ee jii-ti.n and mercy ac ? i 1' it tn .ill. ??en ?Irtint Mat tttd all tin powers of the QoitiiiMoal te fatten aa the South the avila of titigM' bag rate, HMftoathhad beta ptaadered aamari ifnllj by harpies who had no totllggt to couuiioii with the lnt ?. i eleatof tee eommanity aa vhom they preyed. Iheet teteVM were retained m power by the votes of the igno? rant blacks who we:e unable to comprehend the hlTitng tnlnry they were doing, not M?y to the w lutes, but to themselves. It Was llselcb* lo eiidea > ol to lnake ni, y ?in pratttoa en i in- Meet roten, Zbey were tetmd together by l'iiion League?, and ?worn to inania timse a*he wen- piiiiuiering the eommealtr, There v i re install?es ot colored tutors toting the Iietnoeratn: ticket, but It was al Um peril '?; thalr Urea, Nevertbe less there were ?ome who recollected thai Mr. Qreeley h.ni in en their champion In the past, ami tor thi- i they will cast tin-ir votes for him. In those ?eettOBtof Lonialana lately rlaltod b? ?.eu. Adam?,there wa- the si une mi. iiiunity of sentiment among the white rotor?. Liberal candidate? were |everywhen accepted. i in tanM liad net' r hefnre lieen so unanimous in Its u, leptauee ol candidate? It looted aa though the Liberal n Kit would ?we? p i m it Southern State. Tin- Hmi. Wm. i'. Il'iiiobln.a member of the Vermont state Senate, In converaaUonwith a reporter of thk Tkhii m-, expteaaed hit belief thai the Liberal oandl .voiii.I c.mt Benntngton and Bntland Counties, aadvoald large!} redncethe uaual Republican m m the rennten> "f tea Mat* The canvas*, he ?alii, would in nroaw ntod will rlger. Benatoi Ramaej nf Minnesota. In eonrenatioa with a reporter nf Tm. Taietuva, on Wednesday, stand thai the rank and tile of the Demo, racy would support the Liberal ? ?ndldatoe, H"' defectton u the ??rum Kepubb , m i ink- lie claimed wa-> coiiUui .1 to a few section?. It wa-ietiiM Ignatius DonaeOy and M. fl. Wilkinson, both c \ Member? ol ? onaxi --. and Jmlgii QaotMeb. Donnelly l?.-.i .I i .iii-i'l' Linie strength in the counties oi Day kiitn, ? m ter, K.uii-et. ami vebaabew, aad there might n, ?omc 'bie, lion among tbe RepobUean? there, in the Oongreea Dtetriet ouoa represented by Mr. Wilkinson there w M also B?ilu? defetlloii, bal not enough to alb I to? general reeolt or m anywise tindtnrrr the ?ikioom f the (Irani Republican ticket. He did not believe that Mr scunner's letter ilix'lariiig for the Liberal oaudidit. -. would materially change tea views ot the Republican parte m Minnesota, it had been understood that tm ?sunnier would declare for tbe Liberal candidate,,, ?od the result wae therefore not unexpected. Judging fi'iin the information then lu bis iiosjmh*ioii. the senatoi thought there was no dini'it that the AUrului-ti party would carry the State. Hi, ?TCfHtOMI iiiMtMXN?; iiik itK.vn.VAi Of ni-i:i rt r ti'.i I ?>n i? i:-iii>i.in.i;-. Tu Iht t.iiilor of Iht IriOune. Sut: The lnllott ?UK ri'siiliiliiiim trei? paused, w ith lull t wo dissenting t "les, at a t.irge meeting ,,t i, p. reselitative coloted unn af Mobile, called l.iM night to meet Senator Sjieiicer, who Is here representing ?,rant. ami M ? airy out " Mt I .iinp.n I." They t.ll thn old story ,,f le.Liai interference te lend polities, and of the had ih amettl tf ??rant's representatives ,? the South. it,l,Ue, AM...July in, l*7i A i HUMA. HrtnUfl, That we b?..k Upon MtMl - .1 .1 Miniltoli (|',,-t m isteri and Willlaiu* K'ollecior of Coetoaia) M aaemlea i.ioui party, and aa persona who an< ailing position? ot trust ?ntagonUtlc to the will of the !(? publican vo this i lit and euunty. 7i'.?o/ir?y. iiiMt we also lisik upon II. ltay Myers (U.S. Api'i.n.-' i ' ami 8. II. Mayei (Revenue Aaacaaor) m men totally told of sympathy and reaped for colored clti aaae, am tuat tern bate teat ?tier Han tait rterad with ami caused Itepublicun iin-cimgs to I*) biokni up, anil nii-ed ouecolored man to look upon another *lih malien and hatred tn bl? heart; that had not ti. men heiil Kederal tiflicc* they would not hat? tho supporter a single . otored man in Iht u unholy work; Uial a* Sena i, ci i* In our umist to night ami cannot iui*|.iko tbe ?entiment manifested tit bl? conttltnenta aaaembled lo ii.a-s ineeiiiig touight.wn iieiiiiini tpeedy aettea In IUe leiiiotiiul III?--, men, thai w? Inn) h^v,, peuc? in oui elly ami muiity 4U'l tiliuniili oval the DomocraUo I'?rty. _ The St?n IvKin (Jrwloy .uni Krown Club ?oin plete?! it??irganliaUon at liol.iutl, N. V.i thn 2*d ult., by adopting a constitution ?ml electing Ihn following officers: IT* ideut, Philip lamelle: Vluei-I'resldeiiU, ('. V lleobe, Wm. Mfesal, J C. weat. I liarlea Phillip?, John It. Jay, I. M l.lllni.aiiil I I.. McCulloUgh; he, leUrn-n J ? '? Ko s ?uni I. C. Waireu; Troa?uri r,/Til. ('?utc It' e."Hive ('.iiiimlttee. N ?i Elliott. R W. Kenne,- a?d 14 ?liners Tiii ameuaa vaaentbaaiaettd and weii aMeudad ? <oo?i lupnvxuialivn leeuw y*"* ul from Lasadauj? and ttiuuUu villa. ?? ^^ GK??ELEY vh. QUANT. SPEECH OF GEOKGE W. JULIAN. THOSE DKKADFtL HKMOCTtATS?HARD FAtTS AHOIJT MORTOK, Iltni.KU, OKANT, AND THF. 1'KKSIDKNT's f AHTV?MB. QBKKLBT'S 1BCOBJD ?THF. ISS?Zfl (?F THF. DAT? THK REPUBLICAN PAItTT FALSE TO ITS ITtOFKSHKiV-. The following is tho concluding portion of tho ?pooch of Urn Hon. ?oorge. W. Juliau at William? IHirt, Ind., on Wednesday last; Our Republic?! friends say they cannot work along? side of Democrats. They say the conduct of tho?? men during the war waa such that they can neither forgive It nor Identify themselves with a movement in wbloh they aro the principal olement. They ?ay that if Oreelev is elected President the great body of his supporters will bo Democrat? ; that he himself will become their Instrument, and the Democratic party will find it? way back to powe*. Let BB dispassionately consider these objection?. My old Republican frionds, lot mo a*k you why this dreadful apprehension of Democratic contami? nation! Blnco when did you becomo so sensitive and gingerly as to your political associations 1 Let us con? sider the matter in the light of known fact*. I refer, in* the first place, toallttl* matter of history which my old Froo .-?oil fri( ml? have not forgotten. In 1819 I was elected to Congres? from what wa? known a? the "Burnt District" by a political combination. I was nominated by Die Froo-floll party of that district, but the groat body of my supporters were Democrat?. Did I become a tool of thnd lie mocrat? and betray tho Anti Slavery cause in Congres?! No man, of any party, In tho district uf out of It ever made such an accusation. About the samo time Chaso wa? sent to the Uulb d States Sonate for six years by a handful of Free-Sollers In com? bination with the Democrats In the Legislature of Ohio. Did ho become a Democrat anil turn his back upon his Antl-Slavcry professions! Tho wholo country knows how grandly bo fought Douglas and Buchanan and the slave power during tho wholo of hi? Senatorial term. Somo 21 years ago Charles Sunnier was first elected to tho Sonnte of the United State? bv a combination of Con ntean Whigs, 7mBolla?, and Democrats, the latter forming the great body of hid supporters. Baa Charlen Sauner over wavernd as the advocate ami champion Of freedom t Hus he over been tho tool of any man, or fac? tion, or party t I need not answer the (oeetion, (UIVF.K P. MORTON. T..) me como nearer home, and refer to later events. In ISM Uie Republican?, of Indiana nominated Oliver IV Morton a? their candidato for Governor. If my recol? lection serves me, he camo to us from tho Democratic party, and had licen a very distasteful specimen of a Democratic, politician. He tells us, to-day, that Liberal lb-publicans are all sore-heads, and that every matt who went to the Hin iiinutl Convention hada plaster on hi? eramiim. Hut when he came over to u? lie had been a eaatfetatl for etna In tho Lieuiocralie party every year, from the Mine be became of nge till lie Joined us. Tlie truth is, he had soured on his party friends, who were quite williug to sin render their claims on hiui to u-. ills head at that tiuio Beaded a plaster almos: i.s badly as his moral character has done evn since. Hut with alt his sins, political and moral, wo took him and made hiui our standard bearer in that memorable campaign. Indeed, win rever we coold pi rsuadc ? Democrat to [oln us, we ?ave biai a cordial welcome. If we saw a Democrat coming toward us, we wooed biiu onward, aad took bin late our political embrace, and beotowed apon him our I cared??. Yon know how mam prominent Democrat?, in the diffiTt nt Btatn of tbe uelea, Joiaot oer rank*, and bow piad we all were to r.ceiw! thiiu. When the ?ir tana they wen ?anally welcome, and we Bkade Brigadier ami Bfajor-Oenerala Of a goodly niimiier of then. Baa. r. matter, who had voted for Hri i kiuiidge &5 time? in tho ChathMtoa Coavention. liecaiiie .? converted political sinner, and wu turned I.im tO the bc-t account we could during thp war. ?if course, his conversion was gen? uine, for he now aappeete ?lyana 8. Oaaaal tJea. Dtz, i.'ii. KodOcr&na, and scores of others were Democrat*, and wo were glad to ger their belp in tghttBg the Rebela. Oea. Qraai hlmaelf was a Dcniot rat, ami bid lb-publican followers would do well to remember tkis, wnrle boaatlng that the Republican party put down tbe Rebellion. Indeed, I think the imast d qanfltaidbln ont, atnrio we are not certain that if > he Demi? rats aha cava m their help hat nrved the Rebels a? /1'aioiis.iv as niev aerved u-, the Unioneaonwould have triumphed, tho boast, at all events, is not alto? gether euu.-isteiit w ith the elallil uow constantly mad-' that lieu. Oraat Id tha wvior of the country, foe he never toted except for Buchanan. In 1886, when tbe Re? publican party (M strugffll ig Inte Ufe, andaeverbe i ame a Republican, according to Ool. i-orn-y, until be wo? made one by the bribe ol tbe Presidency, and tha as.uiaiioe that DO -hould hav It for two term?. WI1T THIS PABTI I afy Meada, in the light of then facts, which could readily be multiplied, how are we to account for this lieivoii.s dread or cooperating with DeflaOCrafoT And if thev wore paet enough to d?fit with n during the war, why aro they not good t mm. h te vote with us after tho war is over, if wo are agreed as to public questions! And whit ?atean of oat i bey bbp thi re be in shunning political a-.-oeiat'.oii with Iiciiiociats who support I by, when wo 11 ml you hand in-glovo with the same naiightv people who are willing to support Grant! fshould not a decent respect for the opinions of mankind make yot ashamed of such pitiful subterfuges I How is it that you are willing to fellow-hip one of Democrat? ami at the same time denounce Liberal K"put'lieans tor anoeiathlg with another i whon political principle? and antecedent? are the same! And bOW H It, that through all the y ears s;i,i .? the tu piiiiiicaii party wits fermet, you have ben - ? willing I* accept tbe help of Democrat* in detail, or In ?mall ?quad?, while you now blaze with indignation at tbe idea of welcoming tbe whole body of Democrat? la the nation? (im -ome of voit (iran? men solve ibis problem 1 Can you tell me t hy y on eon-nier it a capital thing to have caught a few straggling D?mocrate not ami then, during the paet U yean, while ?et you count It a fearful disaster for the wlmlo body of Dem?crata to loin y on I I say shame upon such lutfe*aild ?mill pilllll cal morality I Do you not sec that do man'? nanatlal character can be affected by the fact that this man or tii n man votes with him 1 ?.'an anv contamination arlso from such a circumstance) Am I responsible for the character of e man who votes my ticket I Can I ii" made reeponatble when he openly nbocrlbn to my political creed, end profeeanto have the ?mepolitical ?Ian with myself,! And do you not an thai if you re? frain from voting till all who sote yourjfn kit are known ? be honest men, ami tnaptred by pare alan, that y __ i mild iie%er M'te toi any body 1 Would not all political notion cease if your id-us are to bo accepted and put in practice! Por rnyaelf, I rejoice unspeakably m tho united action of the Democrat? tbrougnout the country this yeiir, in then nadln, s,, to stand With us. I rejoice becaun It proailen r?conciliation aad ptan to the Na? tion, [rejoice because It delivers ua from tbe uglj train rneli and wicked-trifes of the pa-;, and tlius open, the way for tin-calm consideration ami wi-o settlement of thus, living problem* whioh torpeen past have invoked tbe Judgment of tha people. (.Ki.i.i i r'i i s? oraiaTapcT. But even granting the liuth of all I have haitl, our old Hi publican friends arc not -.iti.-li. d. Lei m.-, Ufe follow up my appeal to them still fiirtlier. Th they uaunot rapport ll?rate (iieeley becau.e be Is lit - coiinistent. They say he Id a vaulllutiu?' old man, who t-ou'.d not safely be tiu-lcd as a l'lcsideiit. They say fed is a political wcatheit.sk. ami they copy this Iron. a. luiglish journal. I ask you to consider these objections for a moment. For nearly a thlnl of a Century Horace Qneley has been the leading editor of one of the fore most journals of the world. For BOflBB M years jiasi la bus each daywrittin down Ins opinions ?uid Impres Mi.ns upon entent ?venta, teUinj ihn people |us( What he thought at the time as to political, social, ami reformatory questions. Undoubtedly be mademlataki ?. in. lone, be e?pre**ed opinion* winch afterward, on luller iniorniati. be reconsidered. It would have re quired the talante of an angel te write down the truth :n cverv insiain o and upon all suliiects. of com record of smh a man presents some inconsistencies, r.u thd \or.v reason that he grew wiser Horn . and, a? an honest man. va-r-aiU to ponfo? his I Hut, I ask you, bad linan Qnelej n-aiiv been ?latent and vacillating upon great and vital aoteatiooa ' lius he i,ot been n llrm and nulliuchiuc Republican over siuce tho BepubUddn party was formed I You My he is a political weathercock I have a nub' to ?hat the lawyers calla bill of particular?. <.,\. u.e the item? of Ins inconsistency as a Republican pol i.mi iiuirii.'ilisf. A friend of mine said to me, the other day, " My oloeitioii to UrteidT is, that ne lacks thai aouadnen of Jutraaent which U} ab?olutel) nece*aarj m tbe Presidential ofBn." t asked htm t.. specify wl be whs wanting in soundness of judgment, bat the specl llealious were not titan, lie ha- certainly manir. good deal of "soundness of pnlgiuctit" and executive abiiitj in establishing one of ne grandest newspaper enterprises in tin-country Undoubtedly be la liable to bo duiMid and deceived, like other meu. No man could til tie Presidential oitlco without b.ing expend to danger in thl* direction. We ?u know bow sadly President Lincoln was Imposed upon, through his misplaced confidence, and what unworthy ehaiuetcis gathered around Mr ' while sccietary of the Treasury, ami commanded bla uuhesitating friendship, Thai Oea. Qraal has been most unfuttanate lu the men at has drawn about aim and ?utiluted with respon-ibio poaltlona is too well knoan t.. be qoddtioaed. I toiture the strong common seu??"'r Bonn Gneley, uninfluenced by the temptation ,t,,wor? fur a second term, aad guided' in In? auibttlva J?* *? honorable fame, would ??n,. aim from fatal '"T?, ' f It does uot look well, at all e\ i ?its. for the obsf'l***?* , (..n. (Hani, whose ug> record mnl '^ ioUi'',uTi im.' assail nonce Or?ele) bj udumiu? Uiaf-h* woum uni talc tlie bail example w-i b) thuir uwu c*"11""11 ' i "Vsisi, ... > ^si, utcomist* b< i Oentlem.n. I have I, tti- respect for then who rain the ajf of imoiisinicney riaupoM l P^'d "'u''1* '", Uor ?" ?'" lli-.:,-v. what then f Is he tbe ???'? ?"'"Urt"","t I?""?'' maninour.ouiiiry I (at, ???*???? a prominent It man or politician In tbe land whose nnedUparlnU) consistent? 1 can scarcely *h("h "f """? ^,?'r ? ???" named Challes ?umuer. Who of the famous men of tho generation psst can b. referred to as examplnal Would the list include qejf.ur Wetater, oc Calhoun, or ihuii.ni i Take the notable men of our own tiuwi. Take the Uraut , ,i did tic for Vice President. Ho is my personal Mend, a i, i lh?.iioi him . hut v.!,.,, l m pt knew him. I believe he was a unis', afterward h- became aConaclence Whig. I h mi a Free Moiloi, thou a Know Mithin;,-, then a It. pub ,"n and by anil by be Will heoouio?what w? shall -sei liis ddVuUon to tbe BepubUc4Ui party to-day, and his yearning deslm to see u coutluutd, aiii uot at all cou LsUiul v? Uli lus past looord. Ami whou in his oplaiou Its mUMion slusllhave ended, he will probably Ivt s? hi tin Inclined te linger at 11* funeral a* be wa*,tn elm? la former party organization? after he had n?ed 'them m ?a many ladder? to climb up biabar. Take the ?? ?a* of your ilUllaKUiMhed sw-nator. As I have tied you, ho tm. gan his career aa a Democrat; be then found Id? way into the K?'i>iiblieiui parly by the light of the dark Ian tarn. You know hi? pcnni ?im ??. On the financeaaee tinn he has tafDted the gn i-nnai k theory of Mr. Tea dletoP. und Oppoatld If. Early In the war he was opposed to arming the negroes, ami to ?verythwg as. vorlng of hostility to Hiavury, l*uf afterward liecame a ?Wdtanl of kiwlicul*. In the Hummer of \-i,', ht declared, with an oath, thai m-ro siifj, fraif?) "muat hi put down ;" und In the Kail of that year as you will remember, he made his grand in gira luto th* ohl "Burnt DMrlif and delivered his memorable Weh inoinl speech. In that ?peech h<- ?onnd? d the key note of the Johnsontzesl ('ouservafit n Keounlloao New Depart ?ne, denouncing the doctrines of Charle? humner. ia? j'olfey of negro suffni?e, and the principle? of roc<?natruo lion, an they were ?lib*? ?piently carrleo out by the mv pubiie.au party. Hut very ?ooa afterward, on flndlii* Id* fatal iMitltlcal m?state, he bevame the eb unplon ami elispjent defender of the v?ry principle? ho had denoonced; and while he and hi* friend* busied tbe?n ?elvM m hunting up and conaigrdng t<> the ftomc? th? large ?dition wbtch had been printed of lu* *uee?h at Richmond, our DeuiocraMc fiieud*, in *?'tiie half-doson Htato?, inadc It a i auipaugn document, and prtated it by ih?) hundred thoaaana. Much is the record of your " taint war Governor," who Is now the right band man of this Administration, ami whom the Oral I Bapubtltaat so delight to honor, while charging ?Jreeley ?no Uinxus ai?t?-.ncy, and iM.iuting V. lUui a? a political weather? cock. I could ?axIlT multiply the-e example? of politl ?Hi inconsistency, but your own knowledge of our MMM meo will nadily suggest ihtm, und add t ontn Btattoa to wa.iL I have said. mui.i.vo jF.rrERsov da vis. But Oreeley, you ?ay, bailed Jeff. Davis, and therefore you i an 11 .t support him. My friends, In- di.I bail Jeff. tiavi?, and if you understand the fact? you must honor him for the act. If you are Ignorant of the fact?, then your first duty is to ??certain them. I have found soon? people who actually believe that Horace Oroeley save? Davis from the halter. They have persuad? d themselves that (jreeley so sympathized with treason, and so loved the arch traitor, tliat he volunteered hi? effort? to save him from the gallows. Nothing could be. further from the truth. When Da via via bailed he had been Imprisoned some two year?, althotjgh the Conetta? M..II rei?Hired that he should nave a sp*wnly trial. TheipiMi Mon vat wfcattao Ooverament should dowttahlm. it was not pottHible to try him by amililary couit,,\?r the ,? was ovi r. and no such tribunal could l*' re*ort?'il to. To try Mm before a Virginia tarr would certainly r?unit In hl? acquittal of the ?irtine of which Um whole worM kuew him to be guilty. To tot torn tot la irlaaa Wetei net only n?tete the letter and iptril i f the conatitntiim, but outrage our civilization and kindle the Are* of a fearful reaction In the Mouth. What was the ??nvern nient to do with the trouble*otiH' en pliant which it liad aceulred by the unlucky capture of D?viai I am not now talking ab?mt the tit chastisement of the r.-i*si chief? at the end of tbe war. I expressed my ileei'.eil opiuioua ou that nubject at that inae, and I bave nothing to fake lut' k ; nut the qOMtloQ I am now considering i*. what th ? Gov? ernment ought to have done witn Davis two year* after the war, and Badet tee 'in amatan? et I ban -i.it. 'l i 1,1 Dthvmea, 1 subuiit that the v rv wisest t inn? was the v ry thine which the <;ov^ rameal itaell ? h-sir? d to have done, and that wa* the i.a,;?ng of Duvi?. After a ronterence with leading aim Influential p?bln inen of ditbreiit Mitions of the i ountry. tin* wu* agroH upon as the way out of the dilemma. Bat who slmolt goon hi, imtidl I oiild we take Lee, M Loliksticsl, tj Toomba, or ?otne otber rebel?, who hid pro a ii..nie lurent eut liy the Wiirt If we allowed D.iVm to m at large, must not th- loyal Matea, a* well?? Me loyal inen in the reisl Matea, be made atean m the forth' ot? li.g of parla, ?in,?ml hi* trial i tar be denial.th d I I f w? Devi , the bail,of course, mnal be amply reepn sible ; and it was to thirt end that Horace <;??el?y, Comand?te Vaaderbttt, and other wealthy meniutti? >orih, signed their names to the bail bond, Tin ??? ir? the facto, gentlemen, and t ask poo to remember them when tuii lell ii* that you "prefer the man wee ?Matai Jell. Dat kl to the man who hailed him." I 4?k t ill to re? nn tutu I, too, that your candidate foi tbi i . ' > ap I the act of Horace Greeley, and thai Uemt smith, whom you now love so teaderty, united with i.ieeii v m the act whli h you lieinnihie. lO-iin mlx-r, also, that thio act wa? the natural and oonalatoni ?x^ro* ?ion of that policy of universal ?mneaty which Oreeley proclaimed the moateat tat war" w??i ended; and that, although you call him a is weal hen i? k, no power was etroinr enough to swerve him from It. Remember that while he w??? candidate fer a ?eat lu the Dnlted Btata? Bei it?, ?at i-oiiei ceitaiuit bare beam etoetad kg taodl lying ?n -up pmaalae li>? newt, ami was ?o carne?! iy eaauri ii hy iiu : end?, be aald to then ? "It is of smell cenHcqoemw that I should i*o ? H,'tiaior but It i* of great eooeequenm that the North and the ?south gboeld lx- leinipi ,: ,n ?r? b : nit v ami good will, on tho baaisof uni And l"a?k ton to remember farther that, wMIe Mr Oreetoy, ta the act ot signing tea ball bond ef Havi?, mu? in maintaining hi* poiUcy ol m iveraal an.:., -t,, ,-a countered a torrent ot abuae, mch m haa rarely faltoa to the lot of any publie man, be never tattered li. In* de voil.iii to tibii'. in- belief i lo bo tue trulb ; and tliat bow, at laet, all partie? ?n thlaoonotn bave practically ?auction? d bl policy ind t ?-i heated bit wiudou;. IV Nur A Ml KSspiMST. But Qreeley, at .re t- Id, wa* an original Secessionist Xheehargeto groetly aatrae, iu common vtth tbm aanda of go??,i ami trae mea te our country, in; raeofte| | from the dreadful altoraatlve of etefl war. Dt ;. pal it ?-.??le te it'it hi II' prayed that tins b,'; | might not i*o pressed to the nation's ili*s. no ?ynipa tln?i"I t?tli ?Vhrahaa Limoln la teen earnest *trittngi for conciliation, which gave tataaVt to ui.iny Ib'pub'.icaa? of a bold? r type. lie believed tbo Babel ?tate? teteb aelvc?, If a'air vote could no ha?l, would condemn the policy of .?ieciiAslon. If he ever favored the Baeeetteaal rl.it. s it VM Upon OOndttkMU which were Impoaalble, tod which he etetetea to a? tho ayeaaa ?>f jneunng an important taiitiigi! giiiuiiti io thu North if the w u st.uuld becot ?Inevitable, llu never favored ??'?v^flglyn at tbelt own option, and ou ilielr 'iwn chosen r?>nd?rion3. Ift never admitted their rbjtbt to fire on the old flag, and steal our arms ami munition? of w ,,r, and thus csiabim their uii'.i pend? nee. if I am not m - ? <m tia it thorn sxpieMod 11 ? Tif Tm?imt ? Journal at the time. They wi re aban I . a .? iv larM proportion of the people throughout I Th? Northern States bad been edncatod in rnaot. '..ii. Scott himself, then at the head ol the niea i>t patting down the Beb? by t u*. He favored a paoiflo ition of the laifis ol Ci ittendeav? mfam ou? eompromiae, and, If thai raUed.be i.-tb? u vaywardatotor?golnpeace.M Mr.Sea ird, i*8 ? t-1 try of Mate, declared that none but adeepotit m iii[sr.?i ?..i-., i um.'ni would ?aeh to subjugai . ill* affectedstatea. Mr.Linooln him I th -,u?* Idea mi his message to Congreai IMI. fi m quired time ami reaeetloa and the diaplaj or t-sis ? ,t/ Ki in! liiadllfa* to lire tl.t In at t of Ih Ci luarj with ill? spirit of war. It wiia honorable to Mr. Oreeley, Mr. Lincoln, and Ma many sympathiser? al the time, that they vote so aaiinat t? have ma tat M ol ?rery means in tto power to tare it from the appalltaj calamltiea ot a bloody conflict between th? twoaectton of the Union. Urn when, at last, this i"iatne liteviteMi Mr. Uic ley thiew hi? whoto Irait nato to? loyal cauae. Baeteg d'11"' so mm h in pre ?tout years through hi* famous Journal to create the public opinion which now made th? ronhVl i.-re preaaiMe,he i<-ir boaadm spue no ennrt wlteto Um hi riistiiin the netton m I - And I belli t iy Ilia! no m i i ;!?? Kepiii.'ii?rendered more rt vice, or Is I entitled toitogratitude The uuih h. tin.* charge ol favoringSeoeMiou. whichUuovi Ir.Ureele/ta ?iiir'er? m ?o m Grant, it u ridii ufoiis ; and tee mee who hav.lined it. and *r* nowatrlvlnetogiveUrurreuoy, ?.! bttobe lahauwdei the baaeneM add Indecou t which can thus *eek n strengthen their vauee ij tana Baiuuuiiatiug .?? tai ict'-r "f a in.in t? le ? ' retod to his country, ind whoM pen baa h ? aytghttw than the ?word" in the battle between liberty aaJ ?lavery. ^ OMtel IT i ?iiir ilraiit men lilaliie iiice i-y for .. iriag the war n reatar i? net between the i i country. T!. been unw i?e. The lack ?>: \. i. , at ippa rent, while the spirit tha? prCinp' -.L ticni .s M ta com? i?? ud??il. Tin ?V belt pcofani ? laMMa, imt it vet gelte evident they ?rand a^u" ta ?o tenu* which tin ??i vfiVtiier.t cmld i : M ?.'r*?'b'y ?nd Mi. rjacete wen ? ..u. but i tee at tempt at negotiation sheaid nnattM* MM, It anal Btreagthea tht loyal eaver, aad 'f?11'",i," ''","' ''??' ("r the Bi Mr. Oreelei I- ?r to? readlneea lo |?aj fonr himdied mil I us of dollm a? a euiiilltiou of|i ui.tiicipati?? aid . liai il n? .1M,?, had ef i. ac?e^| .? ' ' ' ' **"* main thousai d? ?' Uve?, an?! '' - ? Which me t,nth, i i.'atmeof the war eo?i aa. oV,.uin did what tw thoiighi wa? ibe wu??i and bee< ,, .' .?.nsli'le In the fry lug I'frcumstauco? uudei ?hicbfiewaapla.I. ft 1? fair to give Mi Qreeley the ??te?redit: bntU be mate be eeaaiued tm Me act ?a ?Vnrtlor political nloiiUtl.s. miicli iiiiue slnul l \. ?ore tbe as-t of Abraham Lincoln. I am ?on to -.it ibat in tins t.ise.a.? ID so ii,any other l'i?t.im .s, ih, cliaui |,|ei-s of ii en. ill nit single out ll.Uai. U onlj pu? He m.i u n 'a' has gone astray. Thei are ?? Ing and tliiisting for hi* mistake* and i 'I a, v iiu pouncing upon him like is latoof prey, ?ad h"? ling over his pretended aolltleeJ ?Ins, while t,.tally oblivion? of the fact that other? hate beeu wrui e*peciall) thai their Own party Idol? and chlefacaa M ?ucceswfnlly asaalled. I am sorry to wlmam ?o i iiianiii'-iatuius of tins bad tpirll?a?dtohoiwrlaw to ?mm politic?, but my couaoiation U that the people love \w* d fair dealing, and will, in due season, id? ipi itely rei.iik,' the crooked and iu*??cure taMMl "t uartftdt deiuagogues. mi; a??;' MtMs Pt>l OgAJrT, Ami now, m e.nciai reejavaeatoall i hat ? ?aid, add you insist that ?ion. (IrauU not ertheic** layowroMfet foi l'ii sident, *nd that one of joui rtatna? to that JM?* paying oil th? ualioual debt I You might jusi*?*? credit lniu vi'b ?euding the suunhlue aiul.raui. ??'? causing the aurth to bring forth of tur abuadaiM/ ?^-^ tirant'? nh>f >? 'be VOXh u( iwyiu*; "iu dvbl cousisUm the l?.?!!!^'1 ,,f hi* ludlvlduai tan?.ju?t a* rtJI I'" loin? JM reilui lion of.tlio debt al tbe rapid ral??1' $luu.ouu,i>d lar auuuni 1? duo to the cung>. I>" terartoa ?""l thrift, of our people, ?ml w **' con pli-1''?! through the machinery nl the t*t Si,,i tj-itf laws pi-s.vi by congn-??. The nonor n?* loiig**" "1,! people ; but it )'Hi a*, ribo il u> UraajL ?**?' lllkl hoiiui should lH) awatdod if Auilro? Jo?tt**?. nadr *ho*e admlulstraUon * ?(ill more lapid roductiou