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LONlkON (,OS.sll\ MiwifrrKitiAi. sriiicin s?Mit. rrA-taFB-P TH.' C.UVKRNMHNT- Il II. I.OWK AND lOaiIBB OB TIlKM-iKl-V?-??A FARM sLAl BBS' rKTITIoN ? TIIK BS-B-Hr " I '" ? sTOFR" STRIKK?Till: COAL-MINFRS' 8TKII THF. "tOOt" CMAI.-OWNKR.S' OOMDITIQ ??RiNc-K kjtravaxH arnca bt boukimiai irBOM AX (VVAsIONAL i\)RRKsr?)NI)KNTOV TUB Tftllll Lasraaar, Bas t. 28.?Wo hnvo a groat Mi terial displiv this week ; we have ? 'alune! Ministers in a row." No 1cm than tbrco have mounted the form-Mr. ?tan.ifeld at Halifax. Mr. Lowe at Olas and Mr. Forster nt Bradford. It has been lncotisid? thus to overwhelm tts. A Cabinet ?pooch lsnotril recess days. Mr. Stanfi 1 1, with considerable art force, couimen led the Government. Mr. Lowe and Woriiter chb'lly cotntiii-inlc'd thcmselve?. A new- F.-f Aiviociatlon has BBSS pt ejected 1" Halifax, In which Htanafeld gave the wise counsel that union mentit cert, compromise, and progress. Union, unless it nn prosress and take? ?tep? to scoompllsh It, is not Wi its salt, snd there MB be no union on any eff'.tive h without compromise. It Is because this is seldo. never said that attempted unions so often end in dl polntment The Italian? wisely ?say that " ho who h partner bas n master," which ni Ml persona have fo to be true, not only in the Firm but lu the Family. Btansfeld admitted, too, that Liberalism was somea exposed to tbf? charge of loboriug under tbo " disease talking-," but ftaid that It was partly owing toa ease of thinking, which seemed an aggrava'.od mal because their adversarlos, the Conservatives, were much liable to It. Mr. Lowe has been ont in the Highlands of Scotlr where aome small borongh refused to accord him freeflom of a town in bis vicinity, three bailies vot on? way and four the oth?r. The Provost ???vo tho v against the Chancellor of the Exchequer, the groi being that Mr. Lowe was not In favor of making a pu arrant on behalf of some Highland fishery. This sti: lated, If it did not Are. the public spirit of Glasg which at our.- ma la offer of its most illustrious cltli ship. This Mr. Lowe accepted, snd, as if In retalia! for Highland lnseii-iblliiy to his worth, he made O gi?w a gr. ill a one as he has not dellve for several years?brilliant with illustration, sharp ? ami M i- Mr. L swe's profossi.mal wont was very complimentary to the Scotch, avowed that greatest disappointment of bis life was beim.- n|ei y??ara ago ns candidate for the Greek chair at the G gow University. H > liad borrowed ono of tbe i hymn-books, and quoted from It two lines, which suggest???! miirht ono day be applicable to hiuisclf : " Onlv the netl'iiis of the Ju?t SMiieli I Wool and blossoui in the dust." We are not quite prepared Is classify tbe sharp, bit h.ird-inusslei!, economical, uiisytnpathetie CBsaoelloi the Kxcbeepier, whom no deputation dare approach, he should throw MaOaBOOfea at Hieir head?,and to wh as a said in the House of I/ircls, no pel woiill if.. I?? i.-e on busiuoss?with tho " swot sinel Just." H_ .-lit to worship Mr. Lowe, for b an l ? . eau wish. He. howover, exiil ill.,: tb- imblie tho honorai?!?? principle! on which he ac ? -1..-H, that as l'haueellor of the BxSBSfBH and i toiliaa of the public purse It is hi? iltity not to srtve public iiionev to buy off the opn.Mition of pe versarle-, nor to win popalurity for himself or his pn at the cxiiense of the t ix-p lyer. Mr. L')we may err tbe vigor wi?li which SS npplios the principle, but ni body wi'i i -?. - t IBs v lias an i Boee-ty of the print ?if. Mr. LOWS le l?W paying the Geneva award w out a word, an 1 bl unes Ix.nl Corkburn his want of reticence In not withhold the reeeeas of his dissent?a fault which Mr. Lowe was equally guilty in not Withholding owat hat Mr. Btanefeld. B ladMr. Loweal found r.a-oii to rei .i e at tv-principies of arbitral being carried throng!), by which International lawl Ib- i moro ele.fl lite ai'd high r rank. ? 1 l.-irn-n BSSWi r of political cconotni that raisin? wages hjr strikes Is ftaltlssB j thai i . I prollts fall?unit:.titr to notice tlie iint'.in f e-t that eapitn : his never be n so pro.! live a? ?hiring th<- past t'ireo year?, and can afford higl O ??it'iout rai-i:ig pri?es. arate you concerning Labor agitation i . -?? .of all kinds have (one on and I Agrienltuial an 1 m.ui sfacturing, rural and -BUnlcl] iiilmg In evcrv diie-.tion. A lh time ngo tin' farm bands bad the aud.ic t.> a.btress the House of C.iniii'.ii?, ni they bave lenseaSed s ?mo honorable n tabled ? orn Kv.-h.ing - of F irringtoii, and peliiiotied Par! i t. Aa this le the BraS appearance of "Hodge" in eut - ..t'-r, m 1 the tlr?t tune he ha? found 1 ?uent irv Api? iiitv t" I'ublb- Potttl in? w'll tlati.-e-rib,. his p I fofBIWH HI bl l'ius by ?iverru ' pri?es of m I sa ries of li'o, and th? irt-r i.-ia -1-.| ? key of his wagt from 10 to 11 shl ?, to prie lire them, ho flic Lui-elf Milking .1 pauperism." [T more than h Ir the truth?be is airea ly lh?re ; Bl II I nk.1 BO then prat.? Parliament "to d m-?- Masares to revere IBs evils under which i sraaaa." (it i? al no aasf0rMJl6SVta"to*>ia t hn?vl. Til?' House of Common? never Seeds "groa lag" (people. ] H- continues: "We oBk ly.'it to auks eompnlrory on all ewaees of SettaaOl lo pro? ido j.ropc .-omiii.i lation. a goo 1 supp.y of \? il -r. ntid r ?1 in - . BoBMOf Hodge's OK wonld in? better than tl. : --i.-ii ii-if sanitary conven The Manchester To,-,es di 1 not know what M DiSiaoB I s ' bv the "suiitarv" salvation 1 ? u. Kext th , ? .-? " cmriiptiiin of the rasmia si es ? nltn i?t uu.ivoi 1 i'.le." The " corni] tioii " 4 " almost," tltim i? Il ?t .t cllil-lrell BBS h.i.-e Ifiv ln.it - ruch it the agiieiiitur.il laborara wi ?av what Ihey liiiuk. an 1 not win' they at" ?x; thini, ? I e bettor pel ties than tin-, n woman ??lio .lie i out, at L-ird Firzinaurii-e'.? ui-etint "May the WSeSM spc i< (" an I, when she cot th "flour" conceded to her, said, " We be tOS Itiileh gT'iiin down. Zur." would write a far more graphic pctitio: that) tins. 1" i, .u Bands ought to be able to give tir -..m. thing "racy of the soil." The Hi rkshlre petII ??tli a smart stroke; It jira, t to srlvo farr bands Ihe r.ghl of voting, th? want of Wl brought Shoal t .1 d?gradation." Th. , ird l.ioking.lourney man Baker sees OS with hi? strike; and ever? lody agree be .night !? nd shorter hours o work. Tliev ?'an 1 out for a 1 -, !>? ginning al i m ' Mu i la the Bftenooa, in : it tin- pr> - - night work. The men ar. ? g supiHiri ?run? the prawtasss, Tho masters ar< not well orgaall ? I, and as pulule feeling has alway? beea witii the laaraof-Bsa, the latter win eneseoel v?e Bora a "Osai Bias" to Bastead epiite as bad as an? Bin| been ?trlkini for an advance of w ige?, ?ml t h?- high price of i tH-eii colliers' Tor.-n-itv. When the, l?-g.ils lb' 1: ; .. h, now richer. Mr wt?, for merly BetralSI. of IBl l'.-f'.rm L---gue, sent me soin? i 1 for pu o.s-ily ni dive to the par; the men have tak'-n in raising the pri-e of eo.il. In North War wick- r- hive obi tint d sixpen .-?? pi I d iy ad .g Ism nias a [s-niiy jM-r tun. in We?t Yorkshire they I. ? n. in sSouth isii?- tin-?- Baai sktataad as au ?m icaie of about tbreepenoe halfiM-nny per tun. In id-lrre the same. In the thlca. seems of Bsmlt I e.jual toa rise of lour penoe liaif|suuy per tun. In ?Dfihrthlre it baa been only twop? nee half im nny pet tun. In the oalj twepenee. But mark how the " |iooi" . - issi\e ssstr, r? d while file miners t lint rapaelous manner ! They have 1 'lies ?,ib i of i oal it tin-pits mouth fron, per ton in 1SIL to ji shillings and S pence per tun in lHTj, so i Ho p.,or mis? r ?ib lams a? an Increase of wage?, the "pool i n,-r ob? tains .1 ?hi s.andthis i? called raining the master; while the miner a id not the coal-owner, 4 eoaL ir the e.. u ownerawen gat? tul, m<y would t-r?-ct a i.soiium.-m i0 : u striking. i.i?.!'t W I -on of Glasgow Is drad lie war, a li- uni what liusoiig rte-oti li ?livines, of .!? at liiK-rallty. ?'url. thai ? ? the brotnerlieet man n?. basi known. Irving was a heretic Is bis way, and Anderson, when yiiiia, was a frisad of his. The last works thi was re.a?iitig were l>,iute und Harp!, who Mlltou taker of the Trentias Ooaaell." Ander? em trans,.,img Barpe's History wbea death eame. 1 bough of great agi -, Ur. Anderaon aeqnlnd Italian al tne eud ol his .if?. Hi bail a vig.u )-tu a? well a? vigorous pieti i-h, or for Ganbaldi. or lor any struggling here, In ? ?t cbamplonaslp; inore reaerosfl in theology than man? Kiigii?h preaehersof eminence, he ion, ami when a Booteb minister ?ilrnitr loved, rlu ? an ?.if. . M ? ? lo Ule grav> as veil Ils I. - i? Vori., Mi a i , "?.tolla," Mi i, Altni ally eovassd ' . '..ir a im..u on.)"?" Into the grave, in. . .l_?lui_t loiuitiiii va: -- -"J- a ?i_i_i-_ al iii.l-i, ! in a eriwuMTtMid, anl rtrlvw a etalre tbmngh body. Such waa tlio indignation of our unc??st?>r? those who wont out of tho world on their own aoeoi Wu omit now ths .take and oros, road business, but night burial In nnconsocral-sd groutnl '? s* t a i a nope u, some part? of the? provino??* I rriiieniixr no ease whick asul.lde wits before burl?<1 In consecrated m and the service n?ad over ?he body by S minister of Eitablisiimciii, Tho poor friendless guvon-ess was ?lenllv wi.ked for wunt of simpa hv and wlvl.e through deileiency of Au.orl.au alacri y in aecepl any n most .-mpl.'y ment although I might Is- belos? rank .is goxi i.e.??-. Allured I'V the sympa ihr sin this girl, "Hier girls have been lumping ot W.s i llrulgo. Wo Save had a cro.it ?lu.? at Leeds. I'll Arthur has been laying the Inundation stone or u i ?-xcbiingo there ?ml openlug the BonodbOV Park. Bora lt?_- inaie themselves rather foolish In these? cos. tort ions Into which they threw theinse I ???-.? m p ears ef the Mase. They ?lesire t.? make atonement the dreadful UOOBII'SBQSi ?vhleii th-y c-ould not |irnvi of allowing Wir ?inarlos DllSe to deliver hi? famous dress on tho ''Ooatol the Crown" in the same t< ball wh-ro tho Fl-BOS went. A v?iy sumo address waa delivere.l to the i'rt: sgued by the Mayor, Mr. ?.irrun, bul this ?I not efface the BOBOroblS OondOot of the same nun was asilad lu police from nil tbe ' oantry ronod to br the he ids of the rOWdj Luyallsts if Iliey lut -rlered \? Mi -('banes I).Ike la the ?leiivery of In? lecture. ' I'riiin made au admirable nlieei vathai in lu- ipoi ok a ihe Buundbay r.irk, whloh was osrtainly ?ie crane-. " Most sincerely do I trust that the I vviiu h has beea expended on tin? booatlfal sore mai amply repaid i?y a gnai improvement m tin- health i comfort of the bard-wor___i|| clssaos Houd cheer.J, vvhs.si? behalt it has b en pun ha-od." This speech c ititniea a ehartec fur Iks irnrklnf olsra til Leedi wS tin i uro nul likely to ?uflcr lo bocean ohsolclc. BRITISH TOPICS. ARGUMENT OF A OOVS-SYAT-TB TKKB ON T AI.AIIAMA CLAIMS?COMM-.NT.S OS Mit. Ml. ai.1/9 dkath?corpuuaij ranu? NT. IFBOB TUB KWil'LAU ('OKKKSPOSUKST OK TUB 1 ?lUtf Los in in, Oct. 1?!.?There aro people who i not yet content to let fie ghost of the Alabama res ]m> ne?such praoo as tuen. Ls silul Lord Keib-sdule is . of them. A fortnight ago Ism! Kcihsdale wrole The Time* that tho EiignsJi Ministry hud been guilt.i grave negligence in not urging before tho AlBtttatStl OeaeiB the urguiuout with which he had supplied l..? I dare fay you know the argument, bu! the BBBSBBBSI it may be condensed into a .entonce ; to wit, that mltting England bad done wrong und the I'nited Ml hud been damaged thereby, yet the United | in a position to claim damages of England on aocoun that wrong kSSSSBS tho Confeilerate Slate-?, Is-lngS iiioie inneied to tho Untteii mute-, ?limit appinl plsi list ill? to recover damages agiln-t Knghitid on MOO of their own wrong iotagi BSltBflB MS the Belted S'a ihe rchition betwoes ths t???? leettoai ?if Um Daieo h In the nature of a partnersliip. It is by no tin-ins firsttiinotli.it this urs-'ument bus been tsajtt by 1, KeiliHilalo. He brought It out iu the IIOBM Bl L with much r-olcmnlty, and succeeded Is extracting fi Lord Qranville a iiledgo that It should have the nuisii atlou of thoiJovcriunoiit. Apparently, the (iovernmi on consideration, decided not to urge i!. Atunyrat was not tirgeil ut (leneva, though it makes part of EuglUh casse, and Lord Ii-do?dule Is convlnreil th.it i il.Ill been hlifiic'.C'lstly praSSSd mattet? Would SSTS s-' I SOTS in. than they Ali, and no verdiet, eu a nu lighter verdict, have been MSSSdsd sts.sii-t l.:i; i i Jl.s 1..U ' ! - hip's cum plaint ?it'r nTuu- li.it slight at tent and ellciling no n-rpon-e, bo wroU; again yeMenla.? e papi r, still mine solemnly, anil even ineuoe-i ly, and ?il-o si mewhat \\o:nl--: ?ugly, sim-o In-eaimot l d. inland thai 1Mb a l hugs- I ruin MCk i? man us bini? ou miiTi u subject agjinst such a (.ose ruinent should left unan- WSCOd. WBOithSBi 1? Lttt R-di-nlale 1 He I? a Conserv?t ' nu.h ability Is his waj , holding tin import, olli.c of (-liaiiinan of Commit;.-e- of tic llmiin- of Le a jilac e which g.\..r bun very great powe-rover Hie In ?ess of the House, and SSBartsltf over pi Many s proa_ profit to it? pr.>j, ' UM publie expel - S tine Iv full' I, mil: ..'- i i ibi aaiTow man. Iskl si \ ii?? in prefer. . liewa, aad ka k .! in tnsHas the Al.ib Ihe preel BB-ritwklok Mr. Brifhl i n.-t nnlnstlj Impated tal ,'i i ..uns 1, the so., t ot ,?? i .. -,'up." l: flueiu e on public opinion II slight, und the 7"".. tlnil.s it ea.-y tu mis v.'i- k_ IsttOf vita iin-i? ? |B. and finally to dispos-nt the whole ar.-iime as a " iiiuhbic," wliieh it WOOjd be "mon-lroiir" to e b (iov.-rni.-i. :.: t. .ni. i orevealeede to s rioa-ly. American re-adi-r.? will Bad the WBHSOl ? i-:iId - for it? ?nimLH-liin?it is aa ailm urn . i?ih.it wkaten r nay kava bee.-, the deane tt tBo Brittas Qoraras-Oal in t ? ?f the ai.iii.una, it ought, to bave n ?.ib-violation of English neutrality, and on Hi account have cleisieil afterw.sril the Boop-toBtJ oi ! gli-h port? to the Bshel h i Mi. Si ward's death OXCttOd much Interest on tb!? sic and some of Ihe. leadi.iir |..??-r? published slab . ,ii-8 of huu. ?ind editorial e-tunutes of hi :y Mr. Beward S ?I to N : ?i England, the praseal teas of teeUsg Is ra reiiiark.si.ii-. ii.- whol the Ba_HahiVirai BBSh, agin ! ?ire but lightly remember against hliu, isor are his early service? to Mie Au Btaver. reara tkoagkl to be obsenred by tto h_towar Ines aad baokaUdlaxa ol his later days. I think t absence of unforgi? ing personal rancor a. an i of politlosl hostility Is s _aore (raqaenl sharacti aaa lif.-. UadoaMe Uy Mr Bet Bid Blas loosed 1111..11 a.j an enemy, pol'li.-a'ly. lo I. . . ?? I WM probilily m-ver a tiiin? when Would not l.uve been received ?y ? nou.li, _ no?v that he is dead hi.? old anl.-.g.uii-ts are ntri-tvli bis gravo with flowers. They r? -cognized th Mr. BewaiSVs differences with them, like thei Witk bun, were, not prison..] bal political, pur? ?y. Po, ??.une ? _'?-nt, in Mr. Suluner's rii-r. If Mr. Sunnier hi 1 orne ! , ie . .people would liuvo Weleoin. ! hi I 1 id;, us they di.l 13 or 11 years ago, when aim il.s:in;;iii.shs-d house in LoodOO WBS open to him. Ye will find some very quotable things, some vcry eiriku ones also. Is the Eisgl.rh articles on Mr. BOWSI I. Amiu then 111 BOM -eems to me more it-tn .?rkabie th m tl rentenees in w lu.-li ?he Timrt lneid. nlally coiiipare? 1 own country with ours, 111 explaining why M, did not attain In An?mica such a pn eminence as? ??ipialiy strong ami eneig-tio stutesinan attains in E rapasa ssaunaalttae. "No ouo laArasriso?"sspi .,; ?inten, "can rise much higher or shine much bight? than his eoiemporories. That hli-li table-land of Intel gi-nce. does not allow the peaks to tower very far abo? it. That gunml enlightenment hardly admits af HUB naries." This is said, so fur a.? one, can judge, not MS fliigly, but in seriousness. How singular a veiu of brut-ilitv run? through tl generous fiber of English human kind is uupli ,1- -tit 1 shown this week by a fresh dlaoaaatoo ou the- uso of tt I !! -.ggitig juisoners. Mr. V. A. Taylor, the Raul -, member of I'arllameut for LsSMStSSi wrote a manfi prot.-st against the practice, whKh the loading Liber. Journal of London published. A l.irg?- part of Mr. Ta? lur's letter was .Imply a transcript of an account of ih last flogging that has occurred, when a sick man, stifle, Ing from bronchial diso_.se, aud unable to walk acres tbe room to the whipping slinks, got 13 lashes. Hut pu! lie opinion, or tho stronger part of It, seems lobe i|iiit. against Mr. Taylor, und on tbe side of tlie floggers. Th very Journal winch gave him a hearing elisseuted ?harpl from hU views, maintaining that flogging promotes tb security of the public from such crime-? us garrotlng, t suppress which it was lately reestablished, tad that th public is not likely to throw aside this means of putu.l meut merely because a mill in howls with terror o shams falntn-rs. Perhaps not, but if not, the public might as weii ebeadea the prataaai nf having okollshe? Judicial torture, of which there were never many mu cruel f inns than flogging. It It odd If oebodj '-II I" fouud to echo Mr. Taylor's protest, or is it that no papo cares to Masara ata fassttsa ss its true ia_i i The successor to the late Mr. JasttraWDIst onthi bench of the ('oui t of (.'ouunon Pisas is the Hon. (Jeorg) Lciiiiian, a fourth son of tin- ilr-t Lord I)i iiinau, whose Judicial fame the sou has now a chumc tsi rlvsL He isa ?at for T.veitoii as a pretty radical Liberal for some 1. years, and has been a(?u?-n's eoiinsi-l BUMS 1861. FeM lawyers of equal stsindlug at tho bar have- 01 pial stand lug iu the House of ('Kiimoiis, and the present uppouit mint Is simply a fnlHltiat S? IBs ffOSSIBl SlfBI Isllusi which for some time past has designated Mr. bi-iiiiuin a the propi r sac. essor to the first Judicial vacancy. The i?, of course, a place for life, und the salary Is Jusl the salary of tks PlaSblSBl of the United States. 1 should have thought Mi. Lenmau would have dirhkeel 1 ii . Ms poUtlflSl OSrSSf llu lias great aptitude foi tbe Ho rse of ( ominous us well BB genuine professional ability. But ajudgeship, with It? gnat dignity, it.? high pay, it? rasara teanra, and IkatrsdlllSMWklskBSska almost e-vi-iy Etigli.h lawyer look lo It as the natur ,1 prize and reward of distinction ut the bar, Is psffhsps too strong a teuiptution to be 1 i-i-?.ii. u. w. a. Tin: roLTTECH-atO as-oi lATKUL At u iiict-iin?,' of the I'olyt'-cliiiic A.-MM iiition, at room No. -.i,Cooper Union, nu lue lit ti in-I, I'm!. K. L. Sii venu di livered ?in andres, iiimiii " 'J'lio Iron In' " IL- e,,1,II,..1 t.i 111-.? -If 1 hb My to the j?.ilion if tie- nsnnlTj istaadiaa "long IBsAtlaatli ?loin tin 11.111...1, 1 la, tl u f.... . ?llStllll-l (iClllll-le.il dl.lrl,,-,. All i: II...1J n Bog iron uio.ig im whiek aas known toe?isl bnadreda of j. aork u_ which wan l_ils.d by iiruish log__laUou? and chtMoer vartetlea higher up and extending far Inland In all ?-rades of purity. Our forests and MM si lues, the speaker suhl, are admirably adapted to smelting the ore, and mir ?-stem? of rivers, canal?, and railroad? to hrinr lns it to market. He believed that the reason why this was not dona to a grt<a;er extent wus, Brat, tbo lack of plunk to run forge? through think and thin; and, ?ec ondly, tns dosire, fostered by the feverish bu?l m-ss stain?, to have Investment? turn in Immediate divi? dend?. Could people be i little muro patient iron would S rove far more rich and extensive an Interest. TtoL inltb followed, referring to the su|M?r!nrltv of the Iron over the g.ild IliU-r-st; to the tired 01 ilicreased prodiie llon of ir.in, ils a mean? fui stimulating lion ship building la Die country. Addresses were- also madu by othor? who were present. BAPTIST CONfENTION? t\ PENNSYLVANIA, On. Citt, I'onii., Oct. 17?Tho Pennsylvania Ilaptlst Oeiur.il Asso-iition h__ Ju?t closed Its 45th an? nual aession, held in tliLs place. The attendance wa? large, und among th. ielBtolB representing the several Im :?l association? of churches were many of tho most distinguished ministers. Tim report of the fli-cntary, thB-toT.Leti O. Rock, fully sots forth th? condition of UM denomination throughout tbo State. The total nittnlMtr of cliurehi-t In the Stale Is M5; number baplnBd during the year, 4,jBffj ndiiilttcd by BZp -rleiic?, letter, and restoration, .,60); rtecre-aso by death?, erusiiros, ex clusinns, letters, A<?., .i,an,?, showing the tot il niiiiilier of HaptlsU In the Hiato connected with chnrchrs about 6.,noo. There are about 4M ministers In charge of churches, Raving nearly 100 churches without pastors. About 116,000 was collocted dunngtbc year by tho Association, but the expenditures ? Baaed this amount, ami th? organisation is about $2,000 In debt. The proceedings indicate a general resolution to Improve the financial system and largely to increase tho revenue, in order to assist feeble Interest? in all parts of the r?tate. Kvery proposition ?o suspend or re? duce appropriations for homo bMbBBB purposes wa? dls coiinteuunoed and voted down. Ht.-pi were also taken for creating a liberal Chinch Itiiilding Fund, under Hin iiu.-pioc.? of the lionera! Association. The local ass.i. I.i tluns are us follows: The Ablngion, It? aver. Bradford, Bndcewator, Central Union. Confer, Clarion, Cienrrtclil, French creek, Monongabela, North Philadelphia, Nurth iimbt i land, oil i m k. Philadelphie, Pittsburgh, Tioga, 1 ?? Mile, \V.i)iie, and Wyoming. The slr.uig'-sL associa non in tbe State (a the old Philadelphia, wiiti TSchurebaa and 11.100 Biemlien. aart the iBalbat is the cieariieid. Wim eight i inn ? i.es Bad .'ijd naaabere. v portion oi tbe three daye waa occupied by the Penn aylvanla B iptisi t_ueaHonal ?oelety holding the thirty ,niina? iin-ciiiig. and also by the Baptlsl Hiato Min? isterial Association, rbe bailing Bap 1st instltattoaa of I"?iriinig in the Mut.? un- tlie OtOBOl Theological M'lii inaryal Uplaad,Delaware Count), and tho Unlrerslty at I^'w i .lung. Both tue-,? institut.s are in a flourish? ing loniiiiuiii. Tbe regular sanaal am bibb ?vu? preaeaed I.? lore lb.-Oint ral V--"? it loti, on the ttrstdiv, by the it it, D ma C. Boardman, D. D. of Philadelphia. Pba Bev, Dr. Dickin-oiiof Mar, us Hoot urea hell I ?le Ml moll before Inoatlonal B ?cletj on the aei >nd day, sad the Rev. A. ( .Ml an ,f" I of l !.. -I'T pi'' .. lie I II, (ore I tie Mtlllsleii.il As-ociatiou uns morning. I be Lev. Qsarga A. ivltzpre ?, Ii i over tbe Uenerai Aaoodatton, In tbe eboeaee of Mr rs.iiiin.-l A. CroBOT, Hie President; Mr. Thomas ,i. BueklnsoB presided over the doBbeBBlleas el the Educational As-nclation, ami Hie lb v- Kotiert 1. i-i-r.i , 1?. D., pri'-nleil uv r the Minist, na I Association. Among other resolutions adopted by tbe Qeaeral keee elation wae one in favor of total abstineaoe from oil latoaJ i a ting l:i|iinrs, .mil I uipli.V.it allv tie, l.n in.- in la vor of a a prohibitory law. one at tbe aaet latcreetiaa items of business traaaaeled waa the appolntmeat of d? legates to atteud ? Baptlsl ?;? tier.ii Convention, i" in h Id in-xt June, In the City ol Biebaood, v.i., looking to a i ; .?.i union and aaore cordial and fraternal rel among Baptist? ol all aeotions of tbe country, Fbo ? ii im ( Itj exhibited a Ubei ?I boap tallty. nil; suri; i wir ugN. 1 i III IM. IHK TLMI'I.L?A MTIKMK 10 DBFBA1 KKItNAN. Ii) the Editor of The T r i ft u n e. Sir: BtroHtag aloag Capitol Hill tliis nttcr nooii tuv rurioaltj vt,i- ,,, ,, i i,, ,ag a lead al printed Baattor earrtod lato Hi? Capitol balldlag, tnein o to be -int tbraagh ihaanlMtBl thepaaple'aex* |ieii-e, and Ls now well known to bo tin- cus' ton, in I ' toread franks, to every nook and corner of tin- .-un11,, i ii Ht.it??, and probably to tv.,-1 paM afl? '? in Um UbIbb. Fifty thaaaaad of a document entitled "Ore? lev's Amnesty Recur I," Bad MM or s.noi) oilier (?rant documents ot 0 similar kind mail?' up this pailicniai io.nl. ISBppOOO this was only a -m ill lot coinp.ireil w ilh w bat BBU been ami w ?ii in- -i nt over tin? eouBtij before th Mhef No? vember. Deaperato, Indeed, must bs lbs condition of as Adattotstrattoa wbtoa atoopa m law as to peO?Me ami degrade the very Temple ot Liberty tor eleeUoaeariag parpe ee,aadto Kiep Ueell la power. Wui the Amen can jM'ople submit to such a jm?i version of thi ir right?, -ah i? baar ii?.? of tiieir property i>? their publie ? n tal Lei Wen Tort, <m tbe Mb of No? vember, answer in thumb-! tone?, wbea "b" ?nie? for ,'iiur, im the tight, and alve iicriiid to tbe purification ol our Government At Wilmington, o. ? the ot:i.-r ?lay, I waa told by a Orant man that Mr. riewawere to be made bsooI tola . .t. A trap Is tola sprung oa tbe era at the on, of such a startling and astouudins eharactor a?, thought, will deter every Protestant In toe State from voting lor the Liberal eandidate foi Ooveraor, ami hi eiei nun or Uen. Dit sad give the to ? it nit. Whether any ?neb ?eheme la i arriedoul oi nut, it will be wlee tor the Liberals to i?- prepared and on He ir guard, for the or tin part) feel thai their c mac ,.. rare, ami win resort to any Boaaa to mm ompii.ib rpuse. /.. r, ii. bila/M?;//orl, /). '?.. O t. 21. 1-T?. A OBABT DBMOBBTBATIOB 41 c?. i-kill. To the l.iliiur of The Tribune. Slit: Tlii- ci./.us of ('?Unk i II were siii'iiim il to . '/,,.-.. i'. Haeete day ef the moot Oraat tara eat, i.-t Bvenlag. Tim whola bCiIi w.n a hatlaia,aadthe dlspatoh full of pure luv. atloii. Tin ?e weio illumin? ated, by iibuut half u du/,u OhlBBM lanterns each, two stme-, one Baloon, Bad tin ce or f. ur private hull-. -, nuil but few people were aware that eay Illumination bad Tbe torchlight proce, ton w.? not an iinii.-u.iii) large i,,it,"in> //,<? ttmtM ,or respon lent, a? by actual count there were only M vot?is m line, and tl .1 i,neat i, Lanterns, um! transparent le? were earrtod b] boya M ?.r u yens ,>r eg? and the is Ta? r.us of iin Qraat Clab will seat MR per . bnl at tins meeting there were only about 40 colored people and i,n white? pi i s. nl, end tl no time ,i tbe room beea Hilled wltb ?n audience. The ?peakor was Win U. Johnston, a ool o?d .-nil.? man ol Albany. I?, u ?. CaUi. til. V. ).,()!. IS, is:.'. COBCBBBlBa Jin. 0AKDIDATB Kill si ri.Kioit .11 in,! . ?om The .S'l'untitV /iiKy ffeptrML-ori. W'c BIB Irijipv tn MB tliut tin- TbBUBBBJ .fiiin.,n conven n. ni i o. is' Its other nominations?, has n .u,, ,i ex .imige .Linn ? i gpeaeer ol the City of New York ss Its candidate for Jus km of the Superior I otn t, a position whleb be bas previously held with honor to iiim-c,f and bi'in tn to the coamanlt**. For bewao??ae oi to- few who, .mini the clamor ugim-t tin- It, nch, and the notorioua oorrnpi practb ??- of the Judges, aevrt had awhlaaerbreathedagalnot in? private eharactor,sad BVeathC vine af partleaa rumor was never : -t this just Judge and fearless administrator of law andjustioe. it is a liga of bettor time.? la Mew lui u wbea such a ama is the nomlm ?-. of the Demooi aey tar so high a trust an BaoaiBBOl lii-it tue reign of rasealaoa is bo loagat to be imputed to Tammany, s;iii uffli.'ieii by th? evil edor al aaeh creature? of Tweed ami O'Brien, who, driven thence, have loumi congeiii.il ipiaiiers in ihu CtatoBs-boass eampaad Qrant Rmg o! New-York. Tins tribute to Jndre Spencer's worth hi not onlj ou? Ala for bis legal hue mu? ?uilici.il .iidlit), but is also only a proper recog nitioaol in Miiue? to the Desaoeratk partj in dm lb 1 l both oi .??tali, Hiul national politic?,ou billi of who h t,e ti i ? been sn indefatigable and awM rainants worker. in ?stale imilla-? in? heieitit ,rt and personal weight und Influanea bare long been all, aad la the Presidential campaign of ix<x (wh4 re m- partj aaal was quickened ny bis personal friendship for o.v. Beymoor) Bo, tooaa Juih ilfii wild Mr. Rachel] und Mr. Tilden -on tin Bxeeu uve Couimilloe- dl I the hi-avy work ot tii.it well-loiight tbougbdisastrous campaign. The mtjitosty. wblrjh evct seeumpanies true merit, has alone prevented tin vins ii on, being s,, widely kaown Sand properly appre? ciated a- tiiev deserre. We hope ami believe be may be elevated to toe seal be win tin so worth?/ and ?o well. Is LI.rfTInN DAY A I.K.OAL HOLIDAY* To the Editor of The Tribune. BlB: Will you be Kind noogl Ul ?tato in your pip r whether the l'nndeiiiiul clcition day is a legal BB-B-IJ 1 Hv so'lohig ) on will oblige lmuiy of your rs, who destre to give thai Bay to the election of llor.oc Or ele?, and I hi rebj restore and unite tins nur i.m V, win. ?i wit Lave g.tcu our blooil to -!,,ru!li III all ? . _ A bi-iwckiuna. Pern tarit, o, t. 21, ?srr 1 lhe following hgislutloi! of this fltate on the ?ubj.-. t Will be fntind in the Liws nf lsfj, chap. 175, sec. 2: Tin- dayt upon which the general or local election ?hall h i. ,iii 1 r lie m id In the City and Ooaaty or New-York loi all purposes whatover, us regard? the present? ing tut payment or neceptsnee, und of the protetllng und giving muHe of the dishonor of bin? ,,f exehanga, bank cai ? ks, and promiaaoi 1 notes, msds sftoi the pu?' treated aad eaaetatarad as 1? m? iir?t ua) ui the week, commonly called Buudai ,?Md | WKNDII.I. PIIII.I.II'-I IM 1H7U. To Iht Editor of The Tribune. Silt: I co]iv limn ?in article in The V?)tUmml Anti Slarrry St.mdard -it April, POO, the last iiuinli.r of that pupei evil publish?-.!, the following, which appe.u, ,1 ill an editorial over the signature of Wi ndi'll l'hllllps; '?Tiiwarteil at one inoln.lit. bulled at another, tin, voter, if tiin1 to lilmself, alwa)? BBBaBBN? and dictates ?.is own f.it- and position In the end. The ballot BBttM everv class sovereign of it? own f,it,-. What it bai Bol it lulte?. Ass. us I '?' llcgro boll? tip. ballot ut tin, Bouth. whatever ha iu-brawUl bs laraaly, aow aad la the future, wboll] bii own faalt, No powei ever per 1 1 yoting cu?, witiiout ii? own ton sein. To d.ii. linn !,u?, 1 ivary Ho? la 1 lu III tO Uni bl M.I ?lllelela r? of iiiiin and socii tj. .nul B?ay dlmilteat aatoata ta . ly." .iinv 111 the 1- it), ? n|? .. nboldei 01 rebel I? uno. 1 gound I" Um Um, OL?)?. lit ***-? A* ->u/ -aieLiiiosiar. VOICK OF THE PEOPLE TB-?OBT IN THF. KKVSTOiNK STATI HilIK OK I'RNMMYI.VANIA'S siiahp.. To the l dit or of The Tribune. Sim N.w that the. IVnnHjIvnniu batt over we canses what were tho means unod to gtvo State to tbe King. Administration money, with the. of railroad unploy.a, did the work bete. The? Grant hoarded ilmr money until with n a few days before election, wlcn they bought up the strongest Dnmoc wanl poliiiilaiis they could And. Thoy gave tbeeto tul.ui? < ii.ui Ib-iui'.llii in tu -k.'ts, and |1 waa pun: ever) votothey obtained. This plan waa carried oi must of th? towns where people vote la a hurry, ar was often.? successful as not to be discovered uni I m tho ?is?,. In some WHrda mechnnics and lab. high as 111) a v?st<>, and lu sumo cases paid a dsf'i wsfna fur eta tloneorias at lbs polls, aerlpttonuf the harshest kind wu eien Ised, ami y loen In btetneea, who often need financial ?ibl. ?ros io isdsntaad i.y tbe Draal manager? that to for (?rciley or Bookelew would result ln loss of custom anil bank BBSSSHBSOSl M cuy iiin-r? ?ho aro d?pendent speo daily unir m the railroad aad oorskopa wen- threat with disiiissai Ir they ?lid not Tote for Hartranft fact la, a Bra ballot woulel liuv?>given a niH)uritv to II Blew, ?ind?iiiiugh li known in the Slab- to convine honest mm that the election was preeminently a fi enaeted br tas parp?os af ?limadlos ths poop oiher Blase and preventing a complete expos? ol King eoinpuon. Shall the " muinitaclure.l" vot Pennsylvania mislead mir (riendaol New York, the V and the S?ntli 1 If the people of the other Ht.ite-t h or could realir.o one-half the debauch? ry the Is SB?ered IL this State, I fuel SSStSlB they would rei (ir.iiiti.inio n? ib-atli. i- U. I'orA-, /'(., Oct. tt, !?" ANOTIKIl PKNN.SVI.VANIA KI.K(,TK)N I'ltl" K To the F. di lor of The Tribune. Su; : A word or two M to our State c tlou. OfSoanS you are by IBM tlnio well informell ? the eiioriiou? fraud? pnrpntrato?l by th? (lamer?n II uot onlylti Philadelphia but throughout the, rtUtc. 'J i-oloi:i_.iton and money to buy votos diroctly were i here and ill SVSS this county don't udtiiit of u doub will not tiouhlo you with details, but I wish to call ; attenti.into a BOB and eilii unit way of cheating w came undir my notice. In the IsSSBd Ward of this a person of a good deal of force but not I .. rupnloiii, who has heretofore operated with Demo? raer, made blmself conspicnous dorian the e part of etattan day In deallos out Dea-oeratu Bel si? every oi?! supposed, until It was discovered It li -publie il ticket? lie was |m?!iluug?it was a reg rolitlhini gaine. Ho ?in. ocle.1 111 gi-Uing II go...i meof voie? in that way. in Pre?en Creek To ?nip snotier persea soeeoeded in getting in sum?) II i voles in |bs ?an." Way. T?MS men, without a ilo sold thenselves for tais very parp?se, sad l believe has happiiieii in every voting precloet m tin. Mat? pii-lilii? of air ing?nient emanating from I ne Ol beadquarhrs. Our friend? Is every voting distnc: ?u'-y slioulil I.n tliiili- guard agaiual tall tt Porewarntd, forearmed a. pTamakUto. /Vim., ?bit. 1?, 187_. ACCUSATION?! OK lltAIII). To the Hditor of The frittant Bm Vuiir papat und Butay oihen .ire 1 of statetii'iit?, general ami particular, S. HM ami open Baals of ib" QmstltM Is Peaasplvsala elsewhere). The?" iliiu.-? BN StaledM being pssltll liuowii. far laeteaee, It is raid thsl repeated ? eollilili-te'lfrolll poll to poll by U. B, Musha'..? Ill i tttaf cloth's. Last evening ! In- in! i lady i. BUS,' U totaaa wBe is sa araoal well-wisher of IBs Dssbssh label.cl eraW. When she Bad read thai far she el.timed, "Well, I do n't believe i!. Then must be B aguiiri ?n.I i : uno-, ami if thi? is all true, why are the p. 11" i rali.r? ,irre?leil and brought to justice I 1 there is noiblnf done In so h ism -there never wai do n't believe the i- mations are true." No?? it see to inn tamt view of the matter must Kriks ev person as lost, and 1 think it mnstbe enl iiuiiiiiiiiii ? of voters ol both p,.rins. Itlscertalal u alter ..f nu? highest inter? .t to ths pan y against wh the treads are perpetrated thai iwlltand imple pun: meat shall (?Alow them, out there Is ootnlns. dos ? M aaaortion of brand wiU never eoeapel tbe belief of th whose party feslti ttersoadee tbean tbe other way; a few bond reds ol the eoonndrela at har.i labor in Pealteatiary would furnish a visible proof that oo bardl] beaalasayed. i iiun? iBtae sewspapereati usatlon? of fraud anlese raiaotb i? lo lie ?lone ah.ell It. Yours, lor Ureel. y. I fatassi v i, ?jet. u, itn VARIOUS TOPICS. ANsWKit sor a POOL AO0O-MM0 ro in-t POL To th* Hditor of The Tribune.. Si it : I bava aaaa a render ?>t Thb Ta?o sime it ?a? tlr.t ItallOS- A |.1 many i.tln-r pel ll.ive be. Il n aib-I? of TllRTlilllllNK ?Un el ??hat in course has been. 1 B?I you Is iiribtan eililoi which appear? la I'he Kiemnij Pott tt even date? w IB-, nellad - a Dlattoetloo snd a DtCassaos." I ta? j?n will make no eomiin-ui.-t on It, as that wo bo to lasall tin? intelligence of your reach I won .1 lil.e? them to sen jii?t, whit, -., e tUed respectable paper ?mh pi mi ami Indorse fM rile purpose thai Borace Ureeley oi Tin. Tbibi bi ei. either by word >.r in spirit, said to the South, w ?ii face, and trembling, knees and i impel ham "Mu.?re us; you are right, aim WO are wroi peas., you ?? un j dur, Ac.. Ac ," is a deliberate Ile. Y nave bol t?. 1.1 ?oui rt ad? rs tes wbal be i tya, to con? ?he I'renini) 1'ist ut ili-lilim i'e > ! il ifying the record n corrupt par].-. Please lei your re tiers what nu Pee* saya. A BaruBsUOAS prob ras ^i? who i 111 . i - . - . i it ?? iu, un l.i.i.. ran. Sew York, o.-t. IT, 1SIB [Ths fsiiiowing _ the porttM of IBs artlsle la IBs /' to wiin-ii ..m eenaapoaaaal partii alarly raton. Bd.] There was another claaa ol po-itleiana at IBs Bortl bo. there was not o clase, but there was one promln? politician aad Influential editor, who inr reara befi had done all that 1.mid do to nalal what to sad] part? beloved lo be the dangerous igareassloni and novation! of the alara power H?? party believed tl the "mm waa utterly io the wrong, and if it. bad om to thai Hat the Issus between Freedom and Blover* ?? ta be tried by the sword, they cried *u be it: ami <; help thehf nt I They brooked neither threats m.r v leoeei bej needed no converaion ? the] simply w? lojral aa. true to the logical result? ol tin-ir prlncip uii.i ih.-i-iiv.-s, j .ist, then ??.<? .on- man who waa ? true; on- in.in who, at tin- 111 tthie.it of vii>li-ii>-o In the ?null, cue.I OUt With blanched faCO anil ' r.-inl.l! knees ndi lapedhaodt: Bpan ual nm are rlcbl ? ?. me vion., (ml on. go,n pea? : ?. u ??un ?mu hou, mon aid bondswomen, tike akatever ?..u piraos, t forts, tin ai-enals, lh" unlit?, ihe -ill. ti eatiu les, t i.-iiit.ir'?aii, everything that ros olalm aad that yi want, tike it all ; anil go onlv don't bit n? I This W the wa) tin? man began, an,I. a? lea.ling Bebeis hi sien aad, no von.? nvaa aii tbe North so eni ouraa; them. ??. gate tl.ciii the ,i,-i?ur.i neo Ol the pusiil.tui mi vof the rorth. n aaannd them of an easy eontiueat, I hen ti-iiii.iiiig tones of the free! Republican lead? Their fih-iids tlu-y knew; but In re was ?me whom hei tafore Uey bad rockoncd on a? among tun cniefesi their .n ?m. r, mi'i be already wss virtually begging f lui ley. Tli:? mail was Hin,ice Cl.-.-, TUB AlKANSA.-i OU'iriM.S ltl.MDVKD I1Y BJUM To the editor or T h * Tribune Sir- I hiive noticed iu, ! think, WfBnl I Ibb-s u your paper, and iu the report of Mr Qfoslsj Corry ipeech, Catterson given us the name of the II. IJisti h -Attorney for Arkansas who was removed by tl l'i eenlttit U'catise of his ?-frorts to secure) the p_iUBbm of that political EBSpSSBeSi 1'i'Well Clayton. I look upc therciiDvalofthatolllier.it such a time, and In tl iii.iiineraiiil for the MBSSSB fur which it was niade, i oiiu of tho most disgraceful and corrupt acts of tl pri-seiit Ailliiliiistration. Like many others, ulthoti? DOOfeSsSIS to taults In 111 tt a ?nil those aroiin I bim, I hi dec Inlto vote? again for ?iraut. Hut that ii't and tn aHeoee to the snbjeet of the Oraat press, made a Ore lay mai of me, sod i know ofetben that n turned. Bo either ftrn ant! Mr. Oreeley urn mistaken about the nun oi thai Incorruptible Disiriet Attorney,or i have i?ie nilsinficiiieil. I have hnurd tin? whole story from u Arkansis man bave beard ?>r tbe Inducements thai wei ln-iii .m: to .in- innirict Attorney to abandon the pr..?. cution d (ilMyton of his refuul to do so and suheequei remo?,, . ami Mi it ? ventilen he was told that II he woul ?loa:.I neve undone c?rtala tblnaa his successor woul not be iiiiitlrmeil ami hr iea|.pointed ; ami that like u lioiusl n ill ho iniligiiaiilly refuse.! to SSOOOM Hie tool , the Washington u-g. Ifle name. I was told, Is Wm.i, wnippe. if lam rightly Informed, perBope rea wi feel U ilsi" an honest man, when ? on BOaln have OOOBela to im utiuii the name of tin? s x-Distib-t Attorney, to OS the ugh; nain? . 1 tappen The Sewl'ork Tunri woul call a man like him a "rioiehead.* U j. () tiottmu Oct. 1H, I*".!. I'fhe error of wlil h mir SSnaSfSaiSBl sjieaks aros from eoufoiiii'litig the names of the District-Attorne and tlioBarsh.il. lioth wire retnnved by the I'reni.len ut th. satin- time and for IBSSSSM R ??on, ii.iniely, thu iu the perforiiianee. of their ofiieial duties they wer ni?".! to bring Clayton to trial in tlie 1!. H. Court for It s igatlaS. und i-oiiiiiv ing at election frauds. Mr. Wlil| pin vus the Ul?trict Attorney, aud Mr. (Jattcrson th Marshal.-fiel.) WHOM DI? CRH. DIX "tlHOOT ON THE .SPOTt" to th* y.ditor of Th* Tribun* Sut: IMearto inform mo who tlio nun wa, that (Jen lux Shot SB tin? spot for huuilug down th Ai...-iic,ri fing; also win-re the spot was. There Is i dispute about it in our town. My neighbor says thu th.-re ?.-ii! threo of tin? miscreants about to haitl dowi our starry banner, when Hit rushed in, single handed with a revolver In each fist, and a bowie Unlfo hetnSBl bis teeth, and reiiiorselestly ?lew the three BtBskb I? thai sol Another vcrsl-un of tho memorable affair giv?v It as having occurrod at the Marshall lion?,., Alexandria Virginia, ami that but oiu? In s is fell beneath the? bullet o? tue intrepid and vaiunt Osa.rai Whi, h Is the true story 1 1 ibeald add that uiinther chap boblly aSBOrtl that tbe ven?renle old Uencral nevei aboi anybody n his wholr? life; and that on the occasion la tTtteetlon b? merely wrote from his pa bled arm chair Iu tin, \t, rtr ? 'Hi. i- in Washington, ami at ihr ilh-l iinui of an olher wisi) Ulsstriooa man of very dtfferaal raltber n- on ?ii u. Du, to BMBB other follow in New (tro mi lliii, If an? ?nil hauled .hum ids Auiein,n IIi - Ihl.oih i lilli?? (Bet Dili was to ?hoot bmi m,,, n'?y' boil??.... n . ipol UI curs.? such atatemeutlaabeurd I aud la i ui? tue icsiiii. oi an esdeavrrr to detr.ic tn? v.. i, e, am-.I Laurels ..r th. old battli tearrnd hi ro But wimiim-i laaaafssll i_o f?iiow wi_. _____ nua Liberal, and Intend? tn vote for s Catbnllo for Oovernor, ami an editor for President! But again, and to ?he point ? Who waa the mau that (leu. Dix shot on the spot for hauling down the Atnorloan (lagt Dttiwiaan. MWM, Dot. II. 1*7?. TUB 11E.-4TBUCTION OK TUB RALKKJII 8BNTINKL DfBIO?i To the Editor of The Tr?oun?. Sir: Hi'foro thi? you are informed of tho destruction tf The A-wrln?/office In this city by powder placed tinder It br partisans of tho Grant Administra? tion. Our Iim al press, without regard to purty. d. iiouta o the act, and a widespread sympathy prevails for Mr. Turner, tbe editor and proprietor, with whose history and BBBl In the oauue of Ureeloy and Drown the public la familiar. Had a fire, occurred from the explosion, the insurance companies In which The. Sentinel office was insured would have been bound for any loss which might have ensued therefrom ; but, as no loss accrued from tire, the entire lasa fa is apea Mr. Turner, who has aottbe means, unaided by frieads, to n-piuce the property doetroyed. AB effort Will bl made to lemsiaie him, bat, introito iititely, those who feel the most si nipatby an- the least Bbie to render material aid. At a consultetloa of proml in-lit Oitlsens it was ?uggesteil, as be was insured In our Bgency, und wo DBB pay him no'lung, that we should ask '1 UK TKiiiiNE to inform its readers of tlio facts. Homo aid might lio offered In Northern mid Eastern cities by Mr. liiriui'? friends and tin? friend? of good order, pcice, ,,ml national reconciliation. If any sympathizers ans dlSBOOOd to aWl tn the re eetabUabtneui of The Stnttatl, tbalt contributions may be forwarded to the CUIaeaat* National ii.nkot Rtieigu. It la proper for us to stole tnat Mr. Turner Is eutirely ignoiint of tbia appeal oa his behalf. r. K raauUII A Bon, Insurance Asente. UaUxgh, N. <)., Out. 11, le?a. AN INSULT TO OKllMAN COMMON SKNSB. To the Editor of The Tribune. Sut: Tho fiatnorn of tho Philadelphia Plat? form solemnly daolare that they favor tho abolition of tlio IhBBktai privilege, at tho sa?n,: timo they an; abat? ing this ?ame pnvllego to ?ectire the rcoTeotion of Grant. I wish to Inform you of tho character of some of the docuinrvnts franked by tho fi lend? of tbo President. A document distributed very freoly among the Unmans of Iowa, under the frank of Ja no? Harlan, lirst endeav? ors, to show that alcohollo liquors are necessary to th? iiiaiiiieiiaiu'ti of hiiiiiaii life, and fln'ii quotes from Mr. Oreeley'l writings to prove that ho isa temper,inc.) m in, utnl that, therefore, OerauMi should aot vote for him. 1 Ins stylo of argiiuieiil is iu lull accord with the Kuo'.v Nolhing principle? oi their candidates. T'ney treat tbO Oermaii us on? whoso appetite BUbverM all tbo noble ?m i patriotic. Impuls?e aflu? Batata, aad wbea yea cannot reach through hi? reasoa, beeaasa, la the wards of Hoary Wilaaa, *? be drtoka neer which mik.-? linn slupui." Hut tlio (ierinaiis will prove, this a falan hood by rising superior to prejudice and polliugtbeir vit.-s for Oreeley aad itrown. a logical Inference from the argument of tun dooumsot I ruler to is that, (?rant bi not a temp?ranos man. Will hi* supporters admit u ' wu recognise the desperate atratta to wbtoh Orant'a ii'iiioi? are reduoed n? leeara vstoe. bat we recoguUe neither tbe good taste, ooaelMeary, nor morality of aig.jinoiit?. The Uoruiaui of Iowa aro nearly unanimous for Oreeley. Ab Iowa ubrmab. latter, loma. O? I. J, 1-472. A OKBR HAT BICOVM THK SYMBOL Ok' INDI IffTBT. To the Editor of The Tribune. Sin: Soon after Mr, (sroclty'.s nomination by thl li.iltnuoni Convention, the Demo, ral? an I Conserva t.v,s of Oil? place erected a Oreeley and Rrow.i | ? f et high, with a largo aheet iron hut, BRIbBbI white, -ciiely fixed on tho top. A few days ?luco a ?warm of lues took iios?) axrion of tin? hat, and are now at work ver) bii.siiv, und ?coin well -an-Lied with their quartors. I wish them au A HUllSCKlUKH. Uncoil, Alilt., Oct. 9, 1?:.. LIBEEAL MOVEMENTS. CoL i}. C. Hundley and Gen. l?radloy P. Johnson BddNBBd R liberal iiiit'-ttir,' at Peter?!,.. last Saturday afteiiioon. Bad in the even i : ? ir spec, h s wore mads hi CoL J- W. Hluton, Oov. O. C. Walker, aud M,i).r J. EL Douloy. The (?rcdey ?mil R-rown mon of Rome, N. Y., foiuu'ii a torchlight procesi?n on tho lath lust., uud after Hie parade a meting was organize.I .it the II n-e, ixbei e ,-peet he.? were lii.ul? b) Kdgar K. ApgBf o? Albany and Itioiiia- L. K.aiiey of L'licit. The Hon. I). C. Calvin ?ni'l Edgar K. ?ipgai M*ds*eesei ? laraalibeRal Rttirliaff at altraar. W T. ta the 17th Irrst., and were received with frequent ap? plause, I'l.ViO.is to the meeting the lot al t IBM COffBM 'I j, pro? t's.-ion and escorted the ipeaken to tho hall. Tlio Liberal Republican? anil Democrats of l!,.ri!eiit,)vvn. N. J., h.ivo orgaiii/ei! a Presley und ?rown club, am! elect d tho follow mg oiliccrs: President, i,. ..ige W. Thompson; Tice-Preaiileut?, Charlea Mickh, .nal - i:. Burr; Booretary, n. p. Aruci; Tlaasurar, J. J. Maa wall. The Libanla of New-Haven, Conn., half! nnotiier large aaasa Baaattag aa ths IMh in?t., when ?poeebee wereauMleby ei Oov. Berbetel Louisiana, the Hi,II. .lain,'? lillloks Of thl? cltV, IX Oov. Kiigllsll of Coil iieo.ii, ut, and Hi? Hon. James ?-'. BahOOOk, I'n e.doul of im im einig. Tin- Liberal Republicans and Democrats of Badsoe, B. y., held saother laaRR Oreeley aad Brown niec ting, in tin- c.tv H ill. on the iv 1: in-*.. ?> ,-, be? being made by Oen. H. A. Barnum and E ir, Ob i. tin? Hon. I'atru i. Coi bott a-..?i, -oi a mi -ling ut till) s.lllii- place. I In- Creeley and Brown iiicclinir at John? son's Creek, N. Ta? "ii the ls'h lust., was BddlBBSed by M. .n of Loekport, Btoughtoa Petliboee, ta at?ldate for ,iu.v m the I si Dlstrii ' ol N ( ouni ?, and Di oantt of Loekport, candidate foi Commission -r. The Third Ward (?recley and llrown Club Of Last ( 'um!,ridge, Mass., I.i-t Satin lay evenitig raised a campii'.gti tilg. Speed J. M? - Initie, li e lion. Win. W. ttuir.n, (apt. A. V. Bill, aad .lames POX. [be local l'un, formed a lorch-ligiil pi ./ces? sion, ami iiiaicinii shrotigh the - i J. Stanley lirowuo addrcssi d I.tberal meet ? itigs at ? ist I).iv import, N. Y., on the l?tti inst,, West H.n leslti'lil on the 17th, Hlouinvilli. on the 10th, ami dur? ing this xve.k, at Hubert OB Monda), M"re-ville on 'i m ?day, Mary?ville OB Wednesday, Andes ou Thursday, ami D.'iln ?m Friday. The Liberal Republicans of tho Hid Con? gress District of Maryland held a in.is? meeting at Iiil tlmurn on the l?lh inst., which was ??ure-sul by Judgo o, o, w. iti-hop,, i-, ,?i mi ot Hi" Beating. Win..i O'Brtoa, Liberal rand John M. Carter! Alex. 11 llolib?. Judge Wui. 10. QleSSOB, and Major Mo W lllniiii?. A private dispatch from Norvviilk, Conn., sit) s the Liberal mc t.ng la that city, on the is?h In* t., Bt which Oen. Kilpainck spoke, was largely utt? .dial and a successful affair. 'Die dispatch conclude? : "In the el,? t?o,s tins mouth, the Liberale made ? g kin of jj, | their ticket b.v Tl majont), un 1 tiny wnl double their gains lu November." 'J In-, raliliratioii inn-tin;; "* ''"' Liberal Rt pub.uaiis und Democrats of BIlBBbttth, N. J., on tbe 17th ?int., was a gram! MBBBBa, ??ml Library Hall w?s filled t.? i's utmost by an enthusiastic audle.ee, Tbe speakers of tii? eventogwere D. W. C Stamford ol Elisabeth, Chairman ol th? meeting; the Hon. i-.u i>. Norton of Uns city, coi. Heujamiu a. Willis, aad o.-n. Cliai les Ilalirllt of .Mollino,itli. Oa tho Lath inst. tho Liberal Republican? and Democrat? of B?llalo were addressed by Prof. Oluubcil sklee of this city. The uinlieiiru waa composed mainly of (?ermius, xvho rccelved tin l'iufctsor's speicli vuth fre? quent marks of unir uppr.'vui Tin? Oreeley aad Brewa i inn oi the >?'.iHi i ward held s mei Ung th? sume even? ing, when ?peeebee aere Bade by W. L. O. Smith, tbe Hon. Win Williams, Liberal candidate for Congres-, Col. Kicliuid il.icii, BBd L 1*. I'erkins. Oa Weilnenilay of la.*t week the Liberals) of Riiighauitoii, N. Y. held Ivvo large m. is* meeting*, ono in th? afternoon ami another lu the evening, attended by people bmm the adjoining towns. At the day meeting sp eches Men? made by the Hon. 1'iiii,i, kern.in, ( ol. Wllus o! this cit. , the Hon. Oeo. M. Lectio. Iu tile even? ing ?' i" ?iiiigiii procession man Ina! through tbe ? after wbtoh two meetings were oras Plreman'i H ill being addressed bv the Hon. Francis Hern?n, the Hon. Ueo. M. Beebe, ana ? didsti lor Assembly, aud n. etiug bv Pioi. W. I M Mm The Di'inoc?it.si and Liberal Republicans ej| ruii.tl.. N. J., orgaiii/ei! ,i On el.-v and ifro.u (lull on the it'h in.st. Tlio following otneers wore elei teil : C. II. Cooper, l'l.siditnt ; David II. Olid, r-l-iye, Vu-e I'leileiit; H. D. Deiuarcst, tSeci.t.iry. ami A. A. Tii liuiin, Tn usurer. Judge A. OlBBBBBd JbSBBSM. Ba?Tt iiiblit m d thl inn ting. The Club held a meeting on the -il inst., wlu'ii the Hon. A. li. Woodi ni!, cimii dale tor Congress, and I be Hon. T'.is Dunn ! spoke. A huge nu cling ol I id at Moutolalr ob tue 1Mb tost, aad kpeeebes wer.- made t.. ii i t;. whff.ei aud otiiet.?. About BW Liberals met st Hain-i-viiii? ths same oats to b.-ieii to un addresa from H. M S inborn, Who siio'se for over two boo held the laten -t ot bis andiene,, by in* forcible and log li al algillilt-lit 111 faVOr of I lie t . ' , i.iocs. Tas lid, 111 at. ami Vllb Assomblj Dtsti i . - of .1, r?ey lily iie;d ineetin-s in tlieir Ifsp.-i tiv,? dlstncts tiie sain? night. Baefa msatlng ??u? n t'lub'tl. and .vineeil no lick of enthusiasm, but displayed gii'at ?.n iic-tuexs oi p irpase, LOCAL rol.lllt AI, IM 1DKNTR The lion. Alnahun R. Lawr,iii-i-, iho Lib? eral raadtdate lor Mayor, has established bis heiid.iuar t?'l?Ut No. 37 llllliili-Si|U.ne. liilM'.ral incctiiiK"? in New-.b-rsey wen? ad drcsseil, un ttie .-.d tust, a? follows: A' lllldeoll County, i ni. Mon is It. Hamilton, aad ABthoO] HIgglus? ai hi. Miehael'? Beboo?, at Orova sud Km, ? sey Citv. Louis M Coat, s und H. M. BanbOTB, A (?reiley ?mil llinwn iiiceiin>r was held |_? Orange, N. J., ou Tu. sd.i) i v. Hing .nid was the laigi-.l political ib ai.oust i al ion lli.it t,as evi i bt i n made In thai ?erilon m tbi u wu? al.. ? p,,,. resslon, kftet v? ni. ., [bo?bbonibh repudiated. roi Q_nunr, not oto?o... AsNOTIIKIt BLBOTOa O? TUS lull ClniM CANOS DAiK DBCUia riiK lioso?. To tn* Editor of Th* Tribuna. S?t: I bave rw-ntly return?*?., niter an ab? sence of several months In Europe, to Bed my n__ printed on a Presidential ticket as elector for the Ktat? .r ,Ns w-Vork, the principal names bring those of Mesara Charles O'Com r and John (?ulney Adirus. This be? SSSa done without iny BBthority or BOpseiBl- SSBJ although grateful for the distinction which If I.? prw siirni-il is intemied to ?x' eoi.'c ri?-?l, I _ni con*trali.e_l II respectfully dee linn Its acceptance. Appaaaad to the th kit w a platform adopted at lerda ville, Hept, i, 1872, and several communications from 'Ar O'Conor, whb I t? -g? ther ttt bitn the ptlmlples aad lisas of the raratted Straight sal Dsam r.iey. judging from the names on tie MlfeSBj aome of ths Hiraight-oiit D? luce rats are- of rn ?nt conversion to lbs faith, for I notice more than one among them who, evn withiu tho past jear, ha? acted with the <ii.nl Itepuhit eniis. My liemocracy, though |s ihap? neither so Ireal or Intensa as that of my ?o? b - tot?, for I sim no J->I H. clan snd havo no desiic of office, bs_s at least tbe merll of superior Age. and it docs not reeogusze in the Hitar anees of my much-resjiected fellow? itlzen, Mr. <j'(.</r.or' however eloquent and patriotic they are, views thai harmonisa, -with the principies of the part v. o so ol tboao principles Is government by the people? for tb. people ; that Is, goverumeut adapted to tbe Intellectual and moral statua of the people governed. "Tlie nioal carelully frameel OSBSUtattsas are worth e-.-s unie? they bo embodiments of the popular ?li.ia.ler and governmental errangen.? nt* In advaaee of Um tune will inevitably ltip?te?liiro cougruitv with the time." Instead of following this essentially dem??-ritlc pria clple, Mr. O'Conor, as I cndrrstsiid him, would psSiSSl tho country against misruli by establishing a code ol laws, as If laws can be enforced wBtcB rise higher thai the source from which they ? mai.at??- the poaptai Mr O'Conor woill " totullv j.roli fit IbOOS pewOM wise. cannot bo tffcrtuall) regulated bylaw." iia.eweuol tried this plan long emu;.:. I -i> ove-iburdrncd with hiws, and Is-yoi.il !..i ni?hu.g SSI m* tlon to printers and lav, ? I Hupposo low we rush to the oilier extreme, nul pr? bible all the powers which these BBS?SSI i ISJB bass f.ulel to regulate, bhall we have no Federal (?uvernuieut be cause Presidents ami be. n tarns I.u?e aim--?I the? l?ownrs 1 shall ws prohibit Btate OevenuBsnte beroasi Qevoraon and legislature, have been ib t. i led la fiuudl shall wo lut? nln-t gineriitneiits of ti.?- rittM bosoaSI tiuinis Ipal c ill? :aL? have ro oft? n pun? ?I !?? !>e ra- ata I Mr. O'Conor's views in this NSfSS. tmj p.s--_?__an strength than I l.aie beeu MBSUsd t" eii-eo?. r, M the| cer.aiuly lack th? meilt Of being lie BBS) lath, for thej point not to self-government, but to revoluti on. His views on taxation seem to me equaliy BBS und Bad u!i-<lcis?oe,iitie. He would abolish ?lui! s. BSStBBB und ?ui indirect taxe?, and obtain all revenue.? _BS_M fur the- siipiMirt of ti.e (iov. ruinent, ami at IBS tum Uic* v.? iu needed, by ?lin ? t ta.\?-s ia pmi? rtt/ This plan, bl i iiiiteuds, would eullst Ihe prop? rt? ?,?? i.. i? oiiihesldl of economical government, aud induce a snrvi manes that would result In destroying leg.s at,ve n,rrupUoi and elevating honest men to cilice. " I.u g sadpatSral stuely," In- wnt.-s, " h-t.i? i.i.vin. ed me that SO tl I prao licabiifty of establishing precisely this popoloi lam i resta th? lau bepn ?f "t?r BspabUe." Aisy ? platas lhat Mr. O'Conor his gunel by MS ' BBdfal Bl stud. 1.? eiit?li-u to pisjfouiid re pSCtl Sal Iain Id? .-?I to re? mark that in this instance Mr. O'Conor'? ?t.i Ij ttmt li iv.? !.. in limited to Minnies and BsllBl ra'inna Bei derivad fraai IBs klstssy stf fnTsrarasafs i aa reaB?sa! that as mea was ha? had the haul sxfsrtaasi Is ?lie minai administration of go\?-n tin nt Will SSlStata U3 ?..ml. inn :..- m practica' lo tl.t I ? ???y Bl Mi teal ? nur? nt tin- un.m -inure. Sappen moaaj ia n redad for c: public woi. '? ln?r, pa\ii.g. WWIi.ii-'. ami p.pin.: IS uM-riass.ss ib?-1,milling or a greet I ? isuoi convenient to pay it all ilovin ut om I ..piuve ment be sbaaasaail Bhoald WS n<l_M of Uninn bi. au-.- ii w.m Il IS ruin $1,600,000.0(0 a yeur while tue war continue?! 1 BStaSS?l the Confederates have abandoned their cuise ls-cause they hud to Lssue bond? ta MppOltltl Must OOOBt?tP er,it ion live only lor itself and snnltis irur i..-piaubed ? poste rit) ijii.-ic the oak m..t uro I 00, that of a imitai property. tax. ts.iri ly Mr. (J'( oiiisr uiti-t bo SWB(S th it ci bo BwnosBtetaaadettp gsattai nppartad by precisely I' _S I II Xat.oli. It 11 pOOSeSOn tl-. ? ta . aims for It, he Is bound, if he would ta log? ical, to ??rpii.vH of the rei ?-nt. sdtatalstrattoB of the Blasts of laetb Osrollaa, Oeergla, takaasast?h >' the cities ?f New York, \.-?v Orlean .* taxai ion ??n n al eatate ? ? ? ,- t . 11 -. i ; the rVderal Ctoverniucnt ia obliged to tax Imports ufai iur. s. Be.; and n?> material ? li mu-- ? au now I ? 111 tin- ss ,. in s?,. I,oui - ; h irdsbip. All '-. ? ,. ny fairly In the long run. but thle .: m, -,- the preseui icuirect taxn ol t ?? ? ? ...?...?? m nii nt chaugeit. ei her .riiilo,.,- or tl ?. .s , tu i _-? ich i ?i.u. (eveo were such a change t--- u i>- underoai itutioL), tn. ? ..-lid iiliuuly . i few l uiu thousands, a il hou -i imp,..? tug the geni ?.si .- ;t tirs of I ... ratio 1 I'? ll i n-, and M;-. O'Conor siau-lf alouo iu is < V? I,en he Oil His fat II. Mr. O'Conor condemns, on groondiof moi I , Hie af punier; 1 Kerns Isitli faulty ?nut uinlenio? i atn-. The DemorralM party baafreoueuti. Invited ami rBarted sudd ucoatt* ?j i ui.i aged ss,.d promoted lli.ii l-l.HU'It ami tl m? i.tiiorpim-i? or tin- Immigrant tat? th higher principle ibsi tin.- cuntineni beloags not to pan. in u l,i r raMS >.r lialioiiaiilies, but lo the eorid al lai _.- ; .i-ne for maiiKii.il am! I reiiig.-e? and the oppre.r- ? -i ot a.i rllmee, i - -i u.i ibt -taint It, is A meneen Democracy; while Mr. O'i ? principle of excluaioo, If oorried to ita ogioelo? a, would end In pmertpUoD. Mr CI gel that in aililitiou to tin s.- e... t . t.? i indaiiient.ilqueatiooaof government,aadwuteu .tad bons to .?tiii, tin- Democrat!? i-aity urafrou <> tdopted additi mal .. . ? .-.:. eti lu... .< t hon- relating to baas paper Btoney, slavery, etc., wklrB it no longi r adoern t-. ; in fact? which its.,.,,. .vea opposed. The atsaadonmeat ut ton or " i_ ?impiv iii.ii-cil . tiu.g.-s m theeirt-aiuataaenof tbe people which reudcred them no leaeoi teaab i . out, m-, ?iniiug to Mr. oCoiioi's isisi.uiim or tas Baltimore Convention, their abandoomeol amounted to " ilishwiieal Bl tlon" Bad " b ?: rayai," and Wan ?l? serving ouly ol ? ta . ile fallare." i ,e general unaooodoeM <>f Mr. <n onor'i posltlsa ?? i ii? t.? n.. tin common with mea wnu have passed their lira more m tn? study tbSn tbe world ed action, he re el. I B ue'gl??' of peifeilioli la gWVCI greater than that ponneod bj tbi sisssol (bapaoala abO si's'.,le tie l,..\i 1 ?sin. i.t. To li-?- I !- OWU ?.oitU, "tin- pel ti ct.oii ol happy Ulli.? I -pa-nd, in out a,Lu li .1 p..ic si ..lami lev? Ufe Of honest 4II. rt. n_4 at it.? eu.I to pel ?sii noi ly coi.leiii.ng .?i the Is.e, .ssopyiJB of ob h?hest cams." s-'ii nnU__tii i ...?to elicit the admiration of the young snd luexpt-rieund< thi-v f.ui t.. inspire even nepeot ir..m otm i ? man la not expected t?. perish ta oei <? BO) calls?-, ho ??i ?i r ho., i si. uiili ,s.? it i.c B BaltSO that IS? % vea the proel al w?-.f.i??- ..? men. Aad It ?eras to am ta tins ma ter tha? .Mr. O'Uooei i y miaapprabeoda the IBaettua ol government, asi B is not the assertion or negation .? . r Iiioctiiue? of merely possible or rein?te sppiic itiou, uov_ ever eh ?atcd or unselilah then do? ., .ut rather the conciliation uud barmoui I cu,tin thug taiereats, actual and , ?. ___a m the weak, tho reward of m. ut, the i< u i of muter? tana, ami the punishment of i risoo. Tin re I.? no man m me coiiuiry With B -, pre? vious io tho pu rent i an,pai^u, my UWU I .; variance I ha ? . i. t>,?_ lle io; I bave i., i d dm ?? the w.u ,4 i ? , .,,._. __ .u lire and pubib , inou?- ; Mio Y. i, Bepubltc ui ?issl \? algal ,,. .,ud l'en..i. i si .i i .. 1 .n, n, hU ...is.os lo usa i lib ? ot Cl? .-litlal to : of u_a ?. nuil ?, and . [or nun, and do u Wise to 1 , ..: il. ? iii.? gim i n u.ent and corruption thai no? , Is, .u, Mr. o ' ..e mordiual itlnl expon linn? ? ot our gu?, l n nit nt- ..laj-iy om li .um, Uoverumi d . ,i_,? Kovercmeota, oxpeuds but little oi its - _r puii.ic ilnprnciin at-, a.... . . ,_....,jut- 0f i tied ia . i?? i, m i,m. ,t \? i j1(, pi..uns- il li ni ..u c he ??. ,.l uno ?b,.- . ,.1 iMi4) promise be ha? uol _> p . lor u??- au i . iiou? i? v. a, ..s u,ey wen tin a. i tioii-.iapowerknIb bis twuu. ot ihe un a parti ? " Ith Mr. G ... u? ..ilt-U, and independent, and will oeith cu?;au.U, aas i. i mu tue tiuinis? to be cheated. late 'or the corrupt aud irr? .- | in Coi . 11 i,^, ambitious, falrlj ... ....li?, . j,.?. pn-ine? represent, or a nuuurlty ol thi as?? -i.. poweiiui enough to cbeeh ihe career ol t?i..!sii> a?d profligaoj tool lias hitherto characterised the | .1 Legislature. I'hcatt are u_aini> iho - that siisln, ?? lut to r u | p, u Mr. die. u) ; alii liny o prevail with ever) bub who denoto U.ve?__ . i pus). i i. e not railed u> _ m? imi.t |..inn,, ,u _urwpe,howanxb on- foreigners aie,and parlwulari) loragaen>>f raaa aud wciiii., who uaiuruB or ii.timuil welfan .,, other luut ? iie ??o.ibl .?ulh.-e it? guiil.i lue ist my dunce ol lii sib-iti. 1I..1. an i.f be?!.- isBuea ta ?olVe.l III till? llecll.lil, thoe? I n> tattl War and the A in? 1.1I110 ms. f?at ijutslloii beton i no countrj la ?? hi Hier t.? r m >p__sa .ut- to be upheld or not. uu.i n, ? ..' permanence ol ita Uoveromoat Itoalf, ior aa toiuii.i puiiucal organisatiou ceu ?? . dan ??lu?a* t'?_.sls . |j . ' vi i B_BM it l>Kt._*K, 1.,lt.- Due. tor of tin BUTOSUOl BUl.uiit? oi luu Lulled form, Oct. u* litt.