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No. -.-1 . fa.r l.ll. i'ltlHl Kl ill PMB ?-IM rer!?;-!? sniiserlothras m_ i tlref t??- 11. . aaJ-.C? 1)1 U|( '? !.i)",r kiUy i?. E irope. BA?TJKDAY, DECEMBER H, II teeee :..a*i tieem a ?riaJs in ii.e P]i_iu-ii l?.?? in ? Tin, ??.-?ni?, i , aif tlif. M?h of N itif, , I run- ? , ?? "f IhC rviir", ?-.1 a.f til? M.? I ?? M ha?.' i..?? n j.!,,. iu flwsl l'.iii.?ii. Thei 1) lii-i.-ii. y BfD hfl. pn? .,? ' l",'ri t!?e H.> ?? tha? Bests i ,? Louisiana Cltt-ens1 Coi ..?>I>a.?l?i,l'l t" IU" l'l'l.-': . ???.?.1. I] ru?i?.ni, iha inii'ii.?iia?r, tii'-.i Mu?) ) l.n *???iiI<1 ii . oti.pla tl'ii? (l.e Iran* H ..1 ? Um Kr.c KaOwaj Oaapkoy, i tbe " Da] inp.ik ?n .??,.,,,!.." b ? . ..- BttjT r.illnv.al a<iiii|i-iiii.'? ura- OOft f J >r ln-li |t t;Iii-'l || l??? I',: |i?,I*.1,1 .-?-. - - l.a.,1, |Ut Hl|, Uli. I '.. . ?MB . . ', ~?o. From \!'hiiin.i it i? reported Hint "?i-'n* are f tvoi.i 'i. Cor peoee. lu ota brani-h t?f the ii' iwl] -'ii-'aiiizcd Lcj-i?Oiturij it is aoi,i that mor?? votei were oast for doorfceepa tfian then* i\?"'? menben pfeteatj mul ii ii sddod ?'?i "\i ll liiinnonioiis." When a Li-i !,i tiirt* fi it, ru illy BCTOM to cli4-at in a Liillot f?.r a??Tu?,r-(. i. in.it B-COOO. tlcit tbc ,-r.i of piod feol?-g _ to I' ii'.\ ?90-oe. I'iiL!','' .tu nt?,,?, lins !>,.(.? ri-r.cntcilly ilincfcd to tin* ..i!n?' a.f Btred la?'A.iy francliisf s vvliii !, liav.' booa ?,'iviTi awny in this city. Now that tin? l.ini?. f.,i? tht> aHfteiiilali!'-? of ilic Lrgi-lAtan in.ims .*ii ?n, ruial.new Kclit nit- for road-building will be brought! forward, if is iijiiiortiiiii? f<> k ?\i?! Um li-'in?. Ten Millions li,,., boon prfTOB :? **?3. lif.i't Call.?', tO cmporatiiuis, lay t-M Cily hiiiI Bl i'??. I'liis was iniblic |ii'o|icrty; it ROW bcloriK-i If THiv.'ttt* iiidi\nbl;ils. Look ?it t!i(? furnias a i-, Mrbere ptfaitoi, ?nd waicli the Ogia ?.it'll?' . Ii?? \\ int, i. Il i? .?nit -vitliiii a few years |* at any tblal t>lM?rv?ii?'.ii> bavt? bven in; ab? for m rnimi.it r abi? tt_M m advaiict*. 15.:t now it appear* ?b ii ib. CooJi Survey hfive been abb? to cnui pliti, a>i, a r\ ui .nt fur New-York Hail,..,-, ?nrtia-ia-iii f,.r nil practical purposes, far ?;?'. yt.ir I'r.ain date. Tin ii (able of maximum ."ml piiniinimi ti,i,? in our harbor, fair lH7:t. pub? lish.?<! in Toi Tusen to-day, is of Kreat vibieaii'l iiitarisi to navi>rat(,is ; more than Uii-t, it is i iriumph of modern BdoDOO. T-WOe -..?? ms to l,e absobit.-ly no ,-nd to the ?', BBOton l.v flood and sea. Tbe oilier day, it wpw CopoHod ibat heavy MmtuU bad M swollen Htri'Hins tli ?i IOBM parts of lielirium wtre dis ?Mtrotirtb iiiiindated, and tbat Paris was flooded m parts. N'taw, Lniiland is Kuilerin? from a similar cnliuiiiiv, and ibree or four considerable rtN-M ''?ve ov,ffflowod their banks, iprotd inn J.? vasl.it ion tbnukrh tbe fei tilt BBf-MM of La?i(.st,r. Derby, and Nottingham. A Liver? pool 11 i!.city estimates that 4,?J ptrsons bav, jH -ridb.-d by marine disant its on tbe ??oast duriii? 'be pas? ten liays. This? in a AteodfoJ BAfldOfW Of ill witb wbicb to elow the y, ,ir. Tht? Wrwhiiij.'ton Boaid of Pabtte Work? baa leqoiiod I witb- reputation for niajriiiti <v?nt lApcnditures and ttmxi plans. Its latest apr*?aii,iict, ia in a coiiimise.iou to beoollff Wash infill, at national expenne, which was ! Hint r? ported to Congie.?s. The details of the propom-4l impiovi ni4 nts, as nkclili? el in our \V?abiii>-tori dispatthe*. are ext< isive and ?oBtlj. One of the least important iu vol vis the ? eipumiiturc of nome $6,?)0,0()?.. It i. not I enouKh that thewj flue plan? are deaif-ncd p?j?T_UMJeritly to anchor the capital that they sboald be condemned. Wasluni?ton netda im prov-oir, but mat at any mich ez ira valant rale <H ?ii?. We ar? likely ?xin to have a criais in Arkooaaa matteis. 'J he declaration of the State vote is expt cted to create a dialarbaiice, a* tb? imprtauion has aln-ntly gone out that the Caiivaaning Board have reaolved to eouat m the Clayton candidaU?. S, nator Kice in',-d to get some attention directed i0 hi? r?solution of inquiry in the Stnat4-, yeatetday, but only Bucceodetl in making a few ?tatcu.ei.ti which throw light on the subj. et. Tbe moit flagrant outrage* were perpotraKwl upon the voters of Arkansas, in tbe expectation that the exeb.sio,, of ?,000 of them from tbe polls would elect the Clayton candidate?; and when that was ?iot sufficient for the end desired, precincts were thrown out until enough of the Ubeni voto u canceled to Insure the triumph of ??*? Vi-y'ou King. Wo shall seo another Louisiana in Arkaiirwa, if this nofariou? schein is persisted in to Ihr? ond. ML GHLILF.Y AS A POLITICAL EDITO, Wo have said not f? little of Hi?? cliMr.ii'tcr ? Hie lal?? Mr. l.reeloy, but there was it phase of to which apedflc ?illusion must yd in justice I in,id?-. So much of lii.i life* and strength ?Tl giten t(? polities, In? UM M iilcnt'?oil w i 111 tl parti-tan tttoggift of Inn time, no wurm ;i admirer and ko good a hater of tin? course I l?!il>lic ni* n, M slaneh a Whiff and no iint-on promising n Uepublicaii as to principle-1, Itov ever little lie might regard names, tliat ine cniiie not. unnaturally to think of him f simply .1 partisan. Nothing could bt BMI ciirionidy unjust. No criticl judgment Opol ht more, easily ?nd utithoriiativoly refuted, is aa if one who is always giving h*louhl 1 charged with id?I?MM] M if ? li'"'<? lorn-it siioiiid bo aoomofl ol th?ologie; hatreds. All who have heel) otbOI than can li -- readers ?,f Tfli Ti'ir.UaNK Know th.it, in tl conduit of. this newspaper, hu never soliere hinigclf to bo botiayod l?.v any ceii-iihr.itioi of party <\pedienoy int > any politic sophist ?,-atioiis of tho trtitli. Ile was quit?? as sharp censor of those with whom lie WM uliicd ; <>f those to whom ho was usually oppooei li?- was never for a moment blind to the m? fakes aad ?JO-OO-O ?>f thOM with whom I was politically associated. As bo was in tl beginning s?> bo continued to tho end, f? tax iisaiions of iiicoii.'is'n-ncy did not ia tl lei-i Brighten him from nnremitt?igli savin that which no Delieved to l>0 ti Uf. HoW litt be was ru?n ly a parly man is evid? :it. fi??i the fact that MOm Ol public char.ii li is w ! were nominally willi him Wi rr c ?i itaatlj an DO-rilj .n US?Ig bim of tica on, and were, jn as .?instantly laughed nt lor their pains. IN member of thi pa. ? I ? so often iv.nl 01 of it, DO newspapers jibed and snub m bitterly at Tot Tmbdmi as tboi which called themselves Republican. V? In poor, sti-iuv?.lniL?, and almost witbon. ai MTO political Meada, be said in the adre tist-meut of the fini uuinber of this Jours lh.it bo should give Lu the Whig Ada inisli, lion "a frank and cordial, but manly and ii "depende-I rapport, judging il always by i "acts, and ooiunttsading those only so far . " th.-y Hindi acem calculated f-? rabserre tl "great aad of all goveramont?the welfare i " the People.N " ?My leadiog idea," ho sa years afterward, " aaa the eatahUahoMtit of " jonrn il removed alike boni servile pardea! Up on th.? one hand, and ftroi i " minctag neutrality oa the oilier. ' * ' " I belli red there nei a happy medium hi "twetii tbeae ext_enea->-c poai;i??n from wIn. *? a journalist migh( ODOOlj Bad hearlily ic " vocnte ibe priaciplea and commend t! "' measures of that party to whicli his coiivi. "tions allied him, yet frankly dis-.oiit from il "coiiiM on ? parii'iihu ?pi?-ilion, aad OT? "denounce Id eaadidatee if they were show " to be ?h iliieiit in capacity or (fur wor-e. i "integrity, l felt that a journal thus loy?i " to its gait?Bg convictions, yet ready to ex "pose und ooadenin unworthy conduct ?>r m " .-?dental error on the part of nun attache "to it.s party, miM4 bo far moie eil'tiiivi "even pa.-iy-wi ,e. than thong- it migb "always !>? counted on to applaud or rcpro " bate, bleea or curse, ns the party's prejudice ??... im?i??-l?jate iatOTCiate ~al?->i -"??>.? !<? p?_ " sellbc." The ?1'V of -?mall _tg?__i mgm went |,v The journal founded by Mr. (in-chy will such noble resolution, adhering to these 00?I ??lie and conscientious prin? ipl- s, becum strong and prosperous ; and we ask of thou sands upon thousands still living who fo] more than a quarter of a century have In ?i j daily observ?is ol Tiik Tumi .si. if, itml? r tin I immediate direction <?r under the inspira'ioi of Mi. Qreeley, il has ever, maUbg da? allowance for ham?_ intiruiity, falh-n below the? Standard which from the tirsl he deter inined upon. It was a Whig journal, but war ii e.v.r the naqoeatioj?ag situe of ibe \\In?. party or of tbe Whig leader-, T it irMaBepob i li? an journal, but did it, ever seek to hide th? \ laiills or to extenuate tli-errors of the l.epub ! liean leaders! When was it the eu loin ol .Mr '. (?leeley to take ineasures upon trust! Whci did he fear, while _TTOring the eavdidates o| a ronvi-ntion, to cast contenipt ujion so miicl i of its platform as failed to commend ?(self tc \ his bead or to hi? heart t So well was thi andentood in all poliHoal circles, that his .nip port of any party niiiimre years at,'?? c? need t?: be counted on as a matter of coui-e, so that I when he dnl h.-iirtily acquiesce in anj I polier, his countenance had a value in | deedl Yet some persons professed to be inti I nitely asloui-tht-'i \ilien he declined to support i (.?-n. (?rant for n election; tbOM who were ! honored by his conlith nee knew that his d, i t.-rmiiunion had nothing whatever to do willi ? his own nomination. This was in a manner I.?iced u?,rOii ?iilit by cir? uiiislances. His own iu?<? ss and that of the cause coiuinilled t<? his banda were naturally identified in his own nund; it Wiis easy to say when he was (tiering for the country that be was tfrieviiitf for him? self; but those who flippantly ottered such | sufrgestion were absolutely incapable of ap preciating the ran nobility of his nature. He was a public creature, and bad nothing so much at heart a? the fidelity of bis country to lier professions. He was often hardly 1? m anxious and jH,rfurbed at crises when he was mithcr named ?or thought of tor ollii'e. There is the party man who is nothing more than a mere politician; whoso days aie spent in tbe management of intrigues, and wbo.-c night? are full of dreams of aggrandizement and of personal preferment ; who thinks that no bill (in be passed and no candidate elected except by stratagem; who fancies that mean and mousing \raya are always best, if not noblest ; who, in selecting nominees, does not ask whar are their quuliflciitions or what their characters, but whether they are. OYailabUj who whispers in lobbies and who gaeoJCI in conferences ; who is ?lire that every ono has his pricp, and that he is to be bought if only that prie?? can be paid ; who has reduced our Ameri? can politics to the low level of a gambling game, and the Presidential canvas? to some? thing hardly better than a sharp commercial transaction. Such a man Mr. Grecloy certainly was not. There in the man of principio who re?-og nizes party organisation aa to a certain ex? tent ne?C4.'r?Jtary, and who accepts its means while rejecting it* mastery; who regards no associate as freed from his criticism and re biiktj by party affiliations; who thinks con? sistency a reapttt'tahle but never an imperative condition ; who believes an ele-ction honorably lost better for tbe common wcul than an elec? tion dishonorably won ; who may ?lifli-i from Lit opponent- and yet be willing to act with them in matters ujion which there is a substantial accord ; w ho recog? nizes the right of do convention, of no chipie, of uo caucus, and of no committee to pledge his voice and bis vote in advance for measures negative or positive, to ttliich his eon seien? -e refuses nasont ; who is not to be wheedled, nor bribed, nor bullied into tlnirifr what he believes to be wrong; t\m\ who ?iinii s tli< value of parties after their occasions Iiati* passed away. Such a man, whether M *- Whip, I Republican, a CoBHTi'sstnan, ? I Mile.?'-.to, an Editor. Mi- l.rccley ct rt-ainly was. Who, as In* now lies in his honored grave, WOUld bave bal him dilTcii'iitT Who of tho?!' who knew him best and loved biiu be I would eCMI one jot or rhaii;:e, if ?I were POO? Bible, one tiulc of liis record. Hi was a giant b;'?i(]e the men who tTiiia is?, d liim. Ib* W polity itself compared wilh thoflfl wlio tilkod of lii?a bargains and his sale?*, lb* was a journalist, to whom intrigue and management were uttcily niiltiiowii ; and well will it b. for TH* Tin hi si: and for all otln r n- w.?p.ip.T? il lus example shall be followed and Ma single? ness of pip?n ?iciupnlonsly itnitatctl. THF QBMAT OPBB ITIOM IB BBIB, Mr. .lav (?(?ubi is. a man who thrives on his misfortunes. When DO was tinned out of tIn? Presidency of tin? Lric I Jail way Company by tho maneuver of ?.en. Sickles, it is untb TfltOOd that be profited more extensively perhaps than any of.nr i>erson by bis own humiliation. Knowing bow buoyant tho stock would l?e coiiic M soon M the di l redit of hi-, name wa ; remov? d from the, diivction, be ?stul?ed bis pockets 1.111 of .?hares l>:?foro hfl wem. oui, and then ?lua.'cl his fate with the calm confidence of the ('hint ?an who hold? a full suit of trumps. We can imagine tin* ?IBHtJOWl >?.-'. Which kfl must have li-'itu-d to the pub ic rejoicing at bis downfall. Ho? ho mart bave smiled at i In* felicita? ti ?n.! (i', i r the triumph of honesty ?ui'i n i rn, tho d oralizings of the prcn upon the overthrow of the lit of the El-fl Ring, thl p ?diction? of an era of Honorable m tuent ! While the ni'W offlcflfl m n l?borlOUlly learrhing '!,?? books, iarcotigatinc, lotroBoh ing, putting (lisurdci' tO light!, stopping Op leaks, trying to save every penny for tbolOOg s ?l?ering siiii'UholibtO, In shares rose nb.xii ::i per cent in the course of si\ weeks, and Mr. (ionld's foiiuii'? grew bigger and bigger every day. lie had DBldl ? vejy pretty thin^r out of Lia,* while hi held it, and he finally t i.ide more bj getting expelled from th.? Hoard tlian he Could poisiUj hire in ule bj holding on. His next stio\c of gOed In? -. I ?- the * I I for the rrrovcrv of $9,000,000 Oil which he WIM ri'--tel m the miditof tliecornering operatti n in Chicago and Noiih-W. ?tern, in the lait.-i pari of Niv nhei'. To an ordinary final an action ht this sott would hate b. en a .?'?lions menai-e. The n( w President of Erie was clearly vciy mach i.i eam ?t. aad it was rumored thai thl i-vnlenee against the de fendaat mat of the Btreageel eharaeter. Hut Mr. Ooald BOW thai if be had made money by one defeat be night make money by Mother. Thl day wh'ii hfl was seised by a deputy sheriff might bfl tin- most fortunate day of his life, and he could readily secure ,1 ft w millions by thi now familiar procesa t,; being rained? Mr. Gould filled hit pockets ?gain with stock, and yielded to all Presiden! Watson's demands. BoXeS Of Valuable f.( a n:it(-4 Wile forthwith I ran stirred from Mr. GrOuld to Mr. Watson. The shares took a l?e-h booad upwind; and t , ?!,.? Mi. .I.,,, (I..,,I,I fa in Ilia- full title of prosperity, with every proipee. of ? long caret-r of succe-?f'il ?loek-jobbiBg lief..r.? him. It. ?i.i? >t rto.l.ziutr u 0tmmxl <l. ..I ..I' ...???...?, a...-?. I iiv ibc opeiation of Burrendering property which hfl could not keep, he has ?eCOlod a large interest In the load, aad, leeordiag to some ace units, a voice in it.? liiaiia.cniciit. Hi has completed the scheme opon which he ha? worked so long, of eonoolidating an uninter? rupted railway rouie from NoW-Toth to S;m Fiaiici?eo. He and his partner? control already the connecting lines from Lake Brie to thl Pacific, and nothing was needed to finish tho chain bul to lay a third rail over the l'.rie Hoad, niid this can be done with Mr. (?ouhl's surrendered secnritieOa In a word. Mr. Gould has made a brilliant stroke? 0UB XKDIAB WABD8. From a debate on Indian u flairs, m the House of liYpn ?entatives, the other day, \\c learn BO-M tatflTlotiog facts which ihsci.e comment and rcpul.licalioti. Tiie noise of ln (linii i-oiitlicis in Arizona, Nortlnm California?-, and on the Texan bonbr divert atti-ntioii fiom Batten Which ra-late more vitally to the wel? fare of the wh 'le coiin'iy than any mere tiiu poian oafbtcah of a fait fading race. Thi qneOtiOO brought, up in the debata? referred to was that of treati, ? with Indian tribes. The lion. Aa Aa Borgoat, who nom to be most familiar with the mi*,)? ct. and to have bad it altOgflthflt in charge, wa? practically imt on tin witncs- ?taad and obliged to tell what he kaOWl of (hfl past and present policy 4if the (iov.'inuicnt in this particular. It has Ion;,' In en the practice of the (?overiimcnt tfl coerc? ot mtreal Indian tribe? bato poaeo* ful sa-ith-iiieiii, granting tlu-m tor thi? p^rpoo? | latgl tracts Of land or reservations. 'J'hese gift?, which have a!?o been ?Uglfiattrd by annuities in money, or pioini?.-? ot annual supplies of some sort, have I? >n ?nlcnnily conveyed to the perpetaal use of the tribe? in treaties. The treaties, and all milters (hercio appertaining, have been flwftltfld and con lirined by the Senate, Jaal as have thoO? with foieign nations. During the past flighty? live yi'.u? ni oai national existen',?, over foui hund?a d of these treaties have bien made; they were discussed and concluded in wcret sessions of the Benate, and their provisions have mat becii open for ft vii w, 4-veii by the co?nlinate branch of CoagTBflfl, until too lat? for amendment. This fact alone ouj-lit to conibinn tin? trenly system ; it is iaiponi ble that abuses should not creep in and that numerous imperfections should not occur in treaties which are thus eflected. They were usually the work of one t'ommittee anda few officiai? of th* Intirior I?a partaient ; anil 4inly a handful of Senators ever were prenent at their ratification. The anomaly of such a pro (ceding an tbe negotiation and conclusion of oolenin treaties with people dwelliug in our own borders?irealing them n* if they were foreign powers?has been already and Mifti cicii'ly exposed. It was a eoltcinin to treat with a tribe of North American aborigines wards of thp nation?as though they were in dcpciidcut foreign government-. Under tbe nysti m, however, we have mAii aged to extinguish the Indian title to un immense region and have granted a large atmiiint ot orh4*r lands in lieu thereof. How extravagant and thoughtless this treaty making has been is now- apparent when the nei?4ls of eivibration crowd around the saired Indian reserva!inns. The Hioui, fur instance, who number mBBewmt 80,000 person?, have a reservation of more than ?i,(jxj<),0()0 sens in exti'iif. Other Indiun tribes, mere renmants of what they onco were, aro C4,iillimed In the kteiptaftj M vaut | tracts which are not large enough for hunt? ing-grounds and are too large to induce settled hiibils and tin? pursuit of agriculture. But we hive changed all that by tho act of May 1, 1871. Congress took out of tho hands of tho Senat| the exclusivo control of this important branch of tho Indian service, and that body can no longer conclude conventions with Indian trib ??, aad draw IBUBOBBI ?unis from tbe Treasury under pretense of treaty obligation*. Somebody ask"d Mr. 8 irg'-ttt, in the coursa of the debate, Whit was tho policy of the ('ove.runierit in relation to iluso treaties here? after T Would they b* abrogated? His reply indiciiud that he did imi profess tO fore? st?.dbw any future policy; of course abrogation of the treaties without the consent of tho In? dians who are party to them is not to bo thought of. r>ut it II intended to confine tlie Indians to their reservations; make those r< Berree only lacge enough for tho actual needs of an agricultural people, and, by all mums, to civilize their occupants. Tin ro at BO _noa> tion that peaceful relations with the Indians arc most desirable. The Indian CoinntiotioB of 1- -, ?m which were QOB, Sherman, ??Vu. liar? nos-, (?en. Terry, and other fighting BOB? said that the war with the Clu-yennes, Arapahoes, ?'nlSio'ii.in is.', oost*M.000,0;>0, and that each Indi.m killed eos: H?0tyOOQ. They ?lo not say how much of this sum went into the pockets of tlii?-ving ci'titivii'tois; but ?doting contrac? tors are pail of a campaign, Wo cannot have peace, however, until some of tho more unruly tribes have bei n soundly tliiasht-d. I'.vi n this thrashing is tO brr 'avoided whenever it is pnatihlrn. forms will not spread nor factories ri?e belli,id ?i cordon of troops on the frontier. I II is cheaper to hire the Indians to bo peaee able than it is to light them and involve I whole T. rritory in condi-ioii and incertitude-. The weak point Jfl the <:'?> einmeiil's Iiidirii' pol? icy hiI been i?s capricious and vari? able ireai'ii? til of the wards of tlie Nation. Nobody azpeeti that tbe wild Apaches of Ariatona will be _ol with the tame spirit aa the more peacefully inclined Pawnees and rottawatoniifs. Bat no must protest against that peHcy which is iron one day aud silk ?he OeXt? hot and .?hovels, bull?is an.l blank? i?. I'oridiiy, in the experimental treatment ol ? this abalo question ?then has been some bb I intentional and unavoidable ooofuaion1 than 1 lias coitainly been a daikening of cou::-el and ?i eonflicl of jiri.-lic ion whicb we hope will ; ci-.isc. l'idin Crook to ColyeC i? too great, it ? variaiioii. We want p'-ace ; but we want it i?i.ii!. unifoiin. permanent. \o MOUE BEA-StCtmxtKSS. Voyagers who have beat over ihe ship's s?ii.- in a desperate agony <?f naval Bansen \iill be pleased, if they contempl?t?' a further temptation of the waves, to lean that Mr. I.? -?i-luc?, in London? has Invented the model of i sbip saloon ia which it will be Impossible to be tick. Mr. B. has const!.icted I WO!-?lg ttiodel of this inosf desirable rahirI upon bis ?private grroBada, and the other ?lay exhibited the cune to n parly of identifie gentlemen. It ist? be placed in the center ?it the rOMel i m the sp.ic- usually occupied by the en ? llu se being situated fore and alt and driving ! two paiis ,.f p iildlc-w.ua N. The saloon befng suspended will be goveiacd byaaetof power? ful bydranlie apparatus benenth it, aad so arranged thai as the ressel rolls t?> either side, th.- pleasure or reaiatanoc aflbrded by ?I... ?Ill 1.1 Will lit ..nee lia. In uilaafli t li.I<> ..?a< ??? cheefc the luotion. ".\ pair of eipiiliniiitin "\nlves, worked by S double lever, like the " handle .?i a bicycle, at which stand? a steers " mim, u in?, ??til h curved spiril level Ixl >i ?? ; " liiiu, \\;,t !ns i|n t?!ighte?t Indication ?>f roll? ! " ing in tin- ve-.-el, iinnu ?lii!? Iv suppr? ?ses the "tendency of the saloon i<> follow the aiotion of the shi;?." w?- ntigh, snppoae thai paasea gi is eaaconced in such a lovely and eomforta bio plan would not care al all to go upon the deck ; but should they do so, the pioiucnade deck ?ill be accessible by bmbbj of s broad ?taircaae free fnuu all notion. As t.u the Ship g. nerally, H is fo be so Con? structed ?is lo s?-cure tin? lea.sl possible ! amoiiat of pitching. It will be KO loo? long. | || let di ?k beam, %% ?Jf.-et over the paddle | bO-CO, and, loaded, will draw only 7 feet and 1 t? inches of Water. The ship will be double i ? ended to <>b\ iato the ih/ci-smIv of turning. At both extremities there is tO be a very low freeboard, so Ihal the ?hip may cut through llu- waves insiead of rising upon tin in. This fr? ? bo ml will lake up about M I??*?! m either end, thus n diieink,' llu- total length ??f the ves? sel on which the wind can eu n III force to KO le t. As lor the suspended SOlOOB, it will ix- well lighted and comfortable, ind will be fitted at each aad with four principal rooms for ladles and four lor Hi iitleineri. Mr. Y?-llowpIu-.il, iu the BgOBJ <?f his fir?! nautical experieaae. discovered what basins wen- lua-le [or. lb le. ho\iev?r. i- a ship iu which them bum, ?onTonionl utensils will bo entirely superfluous, When tho stornt) wind.-? do blow, the pasoeagen can take refago la this heaven of a suspended saloon, and bo saved by putea! and ingenious hydraulics from the slighteei qualm. When old oeeaa smites, they can pa upon deck sad enjoy tho lovelj prospect. At ship? are ana huill.the pleasure of i in* royngen is apt to he limited, for if Hi? i an- mil sick, they nie inichiucholiou?Is ???niialescent. Tint tli?** new swinging saloon will change all thai. F A TENT EXTENSIONS. It is OtBtod that a further effort will be mad.- to obtain fiom Congress, at this ses-uon, another <xtcii?i<>n of the Wilson patent for | "feed motion" to sesviug machines. The ap? plication was brought forward last Spring, and elicited much unfavorable ?ouiment from the press. This patent was first granted iu 18"?0; was reissued two or three times, and was ox tended by the Commissioner of Patents in lSf't to 1*71 ; thus enjoying a period of 31 years, in which time the inventor says he realized dur? ing the first fourteen years BO prolita what? ever; but duriug the last years it has netted him about iST-ilOU To moat citizens this would appear to be a tolerable compensation ; but Mr. Wilson declares that he is old and m?. ?Is more for liimaelf and family, to secure them "from the incouvenience of limited moans;" and that the value of his invention to the public exceeds f l?O.OOO.trirU. Of course there are several sewing-machine manufacturer? interested in the prolongation of this patent ; perhaps we should say it? revival, ss it has already expired. There are quite as many, perhaps more, of tbe manu? facturers opposed to the extension. So far as it is a quarrel between manufacturers, we should not care to notice it. There is, however, an aspect of !ho cam?, with which the public has something to do. It is alleged that this patent it made a pretext for repressing prautionbh? improvement in sewing-machines, and for keeping uj? their price. To what extout this expired patent luirerfiivrns with more rownt | inventions, and what may lie their value, a plement?i in n discussion for which ~c luv not spue. Hut as to tho other matter, needs no dt inonstralion to prove that sewin, machines an* outrageously dear. With m; chincry not morn intiicalo of m.inufau fui tinm a Yankee clock, IbflJ si 11 for BOM tha a good gold watch. K-clusive of the table ( case, th -y are sajil to cost tho manufacture aiiout |7 apici-e. The entire machine sells fi nearly nix time-, it-; Jirnt cost. S?mil ir m; chine-?, iii,"h- here, are, soM in Europe fi about oin'-hilf of (hfl pliflflfl in this eountr If the ai>;?licalioii of the gentleman who su: fers from too want of moro than $87.000 hi anything to do with these high prices, mm as we should "pity I he sorrows of a poor o " man," we should counsel him to enduranc There are, we believe, nomo three or foi hundred thousand machines m ule annually I tho companies interested in having this pat?l extended. To at least half the purchasers, fow dollars mor?. Of less, in tlic cost ( monthly lure of a _MM__N is a very scrioi matter. To a great extent any extra co conies out of p4>.'kct.-i to which a surplus unknown. It is extracted from the wages ( poverty. An application for such a n newal should be mot by tbo CoBgTfll Committee with jealous solicitude for tl welfare of tho many M compart' with tho few. It has never bean fllfli to us thai there h need for Congress to inte: fere iu such Itattfl-lb The business of invest gating the propriety of renewals of patenl peculiarly bfltOBgl to thi offhM of the. l'ater Comiiii--i"ii'r. Tiiere is quii? enough of i there to do to giv? all Dflfldfld proflcienC] Not Iflfl? than I'oity or fifty ?ppliaaHoa? f<; ctetisiou are made c\a;ry week. Not mor than aboal m eightii tn sue -.?Til. B* there, ntd thrtfl only, can there be a full ?ai fflil appr?ciai ion of thl fl-fli-M of an inven mm aad ai oppooinf inter, -?I.?. Hfl great pal eut is i ver ?leaded without more or leu albcting ami involving a multi?nh. of other Thi- moot industrious conimitt.'c could ?carec?, read th.- mete literature of .i.i ifl_portaat eatM much less bflOOOM familiar with It? detail and principlts. I ho judgments of ou legidatora in these eaaei must be hasty. The; might, if Senator? wow not immaculate, b liable to othi r intbuncoi. It is of course po? sil'le thai a ci iwd of offlflflf? of si'.wiiig-inacliin BOIBpanil ?*, each representing some millions o dollars ad im i i?-.?t. mi ;ht bflfliflgfl the cuinmii let doois in vain. Hut, in view of the poosibili : Of a future envelop'.* turning up, some time ? Other, with figures and naaUfl tipon it. we di iiol rovrt lb?? risk. It is not fair tOflXpOOO th alo*! -i Um people to bim ? dangotia BOBACB QBBBL?1 i. \V ,s tl.. i?? BO other vr'vy th.in this, f) faithful Soul, to BO-Ua M|h rit-an those, 'I DO DOBB f t fiicii't?, IbBB gBM-OOfl thOO f'?''.?. Tin? hup lenli'i'i pack Thai followed thee, and ?aadi along thv tr t.k 'I li:- linn; ' . i ..r. t, the Slim ? I ?i I I t's ills? f - \V.i.? th. ra? IM other *?*?? iv Mian thi-.* II. Ah, tin y * i whom tho hatred of arlan s ?, m? nobler than tin honesty of moo? Iaiisa. stai.l-.l. ul thy gr?i?a?, a.ni .ill m lin.-.y S' lughl to rain? BOW O ' i i.eir fibOB ?ai" ha; ral nai mor?, Aad, staiimi'i mi: ' 'to li mli. sn'>si,l,.. tint It.? : r'or neh B ''.ii",'i' si, must thofl die. ?ti hen Life a" lc? ? bad m. In thoe sooojoaroi I m Too dew di.? pries w.? p ?> \V!;.> k a ia> patient porpeoedej by Say l'iii'.la!. .1. that ili.? lull (!,?i.n might bo t-iabodii (1 Lovo, im ?note Choi-ty, \\ ,i'-. i.'oi.-h'-s washed And (.?aal'' Im port ral jnsi.icc BhoW? in la s?\ W,; ?tond beside the? at thy ???t. And. kii.iavintf it.? are?!, Invcl thoOOMBt We iv".ilal bav? fltVM our ?Oflomo t'a t shield A ?/ainsi : he arrows .stv.l 'lu lutrin thv wtaoand ftTuM? h'?a'l, Mill in I h V goodness I lion weil, triply st.vi.0. We kam i.s thou didst, i'i'\or mua fiirlior?-; \V?' kin??' -OB t hull oialst, never ni;aii l a g ? ? ? : All si. 11, 4) in ?i in. hi^li l ?ni y m '??itiii'it. ? hi..- ? ()." ?ni. 'l -,a.i't ul in.iii''t', boafst n.i atoret IV. Fair.iilvai.il dleoeed deaden*?fleoo?hoi ' l???ii'-.v di" l"? i'Ii?. une no!?' ? of Til? li.? ht. For? ?aloma id obal hi did, and apitu Qfpart] l.a..?, ih" Nation's vtHxiiia" .?Urs*?. So \i' fir Us liieserVrt d.ii' lionesl lil.UI, ii'?" hill), OhO Will -lot HWi'.'V" I ruin what Ilia? large I" ?n f iiototOB tu tho brain ! Or, Boll faitai l.a. k again Who till, wit. te (?ill.?p.. i'l.-iruieil ; \V ?in .-a?t BWOJ the iiiiiiitli? ?ai il BOBOS? And BBW hi? n.ika d iiatu:?' t aimed to Llano; \S Im ,i..;i'.i'.v r It-,?If i?- -a ii. ii. alii him u..,!, 111 ?la-Ill . nn?isla ||. j tal (,...t! I'll' la' is ?|a> . Illl.l III ?(H ttl.? load, Bol mi .''?t bave craved the bTaMsing of his bands 11., re is nai thnahflM hut his feet .Miirht cpiss. a luesHi'iipatr of conns??! sweet, 4 >i |m .,,, an,i (.ai i.-itc? anal forgiving lava?, ni I...i tait beadaead Faith that bwkiaibovel V. in vam ! ii.ii cry is v.nn: We eea bol nun, paru boat tu this -gain, S,. ma. !. m large I.' ii.'iic.-u.'.' thy lintel Foe ?til thi i.c ? ilmigaod. Bo ?u." h thy beart inoloaoil 'if bcotbirhood Ami ardent hopeof lood, Thou 1 ":ivi st us thyself in theos behind '? We .'111111(11 gril. ?' as ;li"?a? win? go nut ti Bat : We knew iln-? nearest, lOVfld tha?. most, Anal thou, a sacitsl gbflfllj Alicady liseu iinin lit y faiteo ainsi. >|M?ak'si. as ot old, to us: " lie linn, bipore.be jn-jt '? ' tiothti, (it, many, ]).i, I, H7J, lUvAKO I'^VIUK. PKBBQJ?AL, His?, the hi ewer, has givflO iMjOOO lo found ?i l-'r?. I.Uirui'v ?u tl,.' lauen uf 1)?jiI)>, KukUiiiiI, aual ha.? lilil? gtl id t'.','>00 Wajtlll Of lia>OltS. Dr. Livingstone is tV) year? obi?but, a? !'!>.?'? r. iiimi,?, in Mr, T'-iiny ?a.ii's i.ajeiii, "'Tis Uut too laile to nvrk a lii;V?r>l viaillal." tila? Hull lately devoted the n*ceipts at on? of his ce (iu?? ris m th? pOBOflOM wf KM Ni>rweaiii,it tia.oki (or the l.'nl-eraltv aaf Wlsaoiisln. C'ol. K. II. Taylor of Frank foi t, Ky., says he was aineof tha. Hist IH-rs.'llS Vin?, lla.itriailfl.'l J. IlUcr UiBalH 111? ills.ovei-y of tlio i?raa,',??.4 Id 17'Ji. Mr. Arthur Haliburton, eon of the well kuowu "8aiu8.1o-." is uow _?__uuul AttouiaUiii-tiou ,'i'Hl lu Iii'tci. ami ??? t s tl0.(-90 a f* XT, Maj. W. K. Jaimon, during the war a iral Unt aiOloir of the Toxan Raiitfa-rs. aual sltia'at the war a not? ai lawyer in i>ins, tiled eu Ver. '.?s at La ontii)?*?. Mr. Henry Dickens, aim of ('hurlen Diekeus, lisa Bila.i.rr.ai the piirault ot law. and Is now " ??iitere.l at the Toi-plc," to eat dlaurrs smf read law-liooks there. The Wimhington Monument was started iu Phlliwiaslplu., fifty years ano, ?n.l Is still fa oe r.ilsesl. Ihfl fui,! m iru?. loi this piiri'iiino was lanl year sUlesi at ?u 4,(?JO. Verdi and OReubach, it is said, are coming to Anir-rlOH. Mr rh?,rles DMBMBS, Ir , suv. thst the late nuil'.- in,'-in, nt of his lntantla.il to visit tli? I'nitott Htaias li unfoiiii.l d. A monunient will Im? ereeted to the late f.en. I. Mii-14 who alia (I in a li??)iital, ami wlioseremaius wen* Drat hurled iu Potter's Ir u lit m Y> .i?i.ti,^-'?.ti. then ,linc up SH<I tiakali taa tl.a? M.'li?uo III N. vt-Ynrk. tl.i'tl i I ,ill?|vnrl?>,l by rail to Detroit, and. by rlrti In the freight car, 000 e.iiiistl to ashes. Dr. La li.ache, tho emiueut physician, is d.-ii.t, in riih.taiailphia, a?;? 77. 11? wrote several uieilioal works, and was eniraK'-ri. diinnit his last ys ire, iu writ* liin ,t ?.i-ai,,rv of 11,.-,i:?? 11,<- lln was e,|iiall)> *.i?ntn?. learmt'l, si?a?oin|all*alia-at, and honorablai? ? uttn ot tal?.at, w.irt.'i. atad t useful lite "PAYBBBAK IN SPAIS." A LIOTOBl KY JV?W TihY. SlOaW? or l:l M'l:NIN(i I.IIK 11711 CySTVA'ATA or frrAr.NtriON?PumoiPiaKs ox tiik spam ism I'Kl'l T.l.I'V.NS. Mr. .John Hay Is to be, heartily congrafnlated ?Ti till? double ?n?-?'r*ss whle.li greeted ills first lei lui? in New-York, given at AAtt? laliou liai!, last ?;!,,ht. Tlia leeture lt?#lf wns billll *ot. nn:?!?., an?l BSStfaal WtAtI In? fo ru..! ti ?in ; tue audienoe uns above tIx.- average New York aurlienre in point uf liilolll-;?*ric?* and power of ?p j-r?t'i ''Ion. Mr. IT? ?'a delivery Is odmlrablr ?vwir ?nd ?Titceful; and bisecar, resonant voira flm-il th? Isrga ball iu ever? part, aud ultli?iiit iiuy appcartac? DftflMt. In some of ihn more? spirit? <l SSSSSgai I.I? I'mn raag like a trumpet, and Iu tlie d?i> r.|,iiv ? pt.ii'.on* it BM sinoo?li snd WtM Binillllati (I Th? leeitsre was a primo Pple; it WHS mere, for it Sirre illirrnii. d l.jr such Vivid lik-litx und derr-ru?nod by bik'Ii lirosd shadows m only a? trnri artint con inte In s BMMSIBplen of iurnl-paintinir. It was curious to se?j where, the fnqaaat apttlsaaa lads* rated the liifil^ent r-ymjai'iy vhlefe ttsaS w ?*? heard liad wltli ibe, spSttit an! la? theme. T.a " good point?," tli" mitral BSoMmaaSa, run! tho names et such patriot* aa (-.?telar wen? severally gr.?rt?,d wilt Irnpnrtisl cheira. Wls.-i, tk? le.-'urn ?w fairly ?ver Hti4 the .peaker hnd Tac.il ed irur? BM I?l SSO rr?, ?? an? I ?tico ?tagend * itix IBali s. i-?. a i ami raptao i it. as if they tboi]_ht th? palel-l '?-.it - WSall ( ran, i paint fur th?r.i, as ?klllfuMv ?s Ix.-tat?,. t which be had wnb Uli ??-?n ??>(?? 4j.---u-l>.j) "SSS ?- ?a Spain. Tm: UOfl Mr. liny began wim a r? f. r?-..?( t?> HM .''?yd? of IBs death tf IBS ',< I Pan, at AS time ol tb? ('rue.tli I i<4i(l that lloiirirehy ami Kcclosiusticisia ware ?lying, ia tho ?paiil.n I'eiiinriila. Un sjII: I think tinn? aro hI<ih of l?a}lirenk In Sunn. Y m will nut contradict mo if you r. ply that tl B rr.,t 1,.r.i iiuon there. I Batet*! that tli?> ;>? In ?""? making mill profits! toward Bras aad arise!/ dsssss? racy. I do nut consider tin? I am aaswsesi if you say tlicy baso u??t ..niieil lOtBB< I le-i-t tint the spirit and temper of IBs pSSfM hate grearly Improved to SSSSSB year*.. I r? I US '? n-trar t this when yuu point no? u> lit" ? ? I ai Halaga sai flSnafaswi IBs h?*n!ht-*'ii-?!i btnOsatsf IBs (ui:. I, or Hut ?an.ual <>f ?I ?? ?.in which |aa matin rho iMtiit) of the Hpaniar U la Cubit?; nn'.'?" Ivlliii tlun fur fruir yeare. Tin r" nn? faint h--trt.i ?ft i ?peak of their JasBRsetioaass a Bgi of tetarsaraaa-M- ri?cy tie pteclseljT a siga et rstaralsa Ufa aflat a para age*. It would ha? o SSSS f.ir letter fScOpS?lit 'hi/ lind ''?-"in BSTttar Wl.'-n aSMM It freezing t.?d.-aih, aaytk-M Is halts? tbaa si,-, p. IBs "i i umi-ui-gy i? wounded fatally. Tii.ir?of s?? ,,n its, wos I .,' I*.? (liialitles which tin? Iftalai- o. !.ls..?:y u.l tr i.liiioii osastdsted?s eBW tirtass, loy.it? t a ?? Id _ sasj ? :<? v..tli?n to-l.ii cl.tiieb. The hope of H, a: .r,t. In.din the fjet that th-?o servilo virtue? ur?, I.miii.,' ?h.-lr hold. Th* -,""!< tt rfi:i'l"it.-, wbl.'h typitled lilite.!.il fereen, fell at t.r ?-?rrieii-'.f fie t?o*- rtllgtse i!e?l t?i ilie ?pin!? ami tin- iiiluda of BBS? T... old sa?,. rautiuu uf I..>r,!iy an 1 I.;? >!ry will vniil-li in Spats II prepurllon .is the.v pl.ii?tlio law aben tb? Dl *. SS? 'i 11 -aova tha ?a'h'iioh. Mr. IlHV thi'ii cave a rSfM sketch of llr- SSflSS tt MS. t'Ti'-.tl events, bv wie h the ( l.nnU a-id the I rovvu platesasfco-ssiets?as -,-uiUu po.pie. Th? ii?ii_ioiir] wan?fits v.'tiii.sri?.jutel tie? Jiswa.aa_ of th?? ?oots? the aesaatalattoa of aesltB u-vi pawtt by th? ?loner, sad Iba dattfu ittoo ef ail _dapeadoa a uf spirit. BMI nil luiliistn.-il in tere ?tsanioas the people werjtoucb'Ml upon. In tbe stricken laud BStjMag taOStsBsd bul m rubble of monk.? and the royal authority. Hero is Ilia inarvi!. l?e Chiireli in 1 ?lie ?v'row.-s a i,l StvagBt ihem to tuiri _ItetX >'"t b'-Krr than t'll-ir I: .-..-.lir!, iov.,1 (Im c'liiir-u ali'l Hi?- Crown. When III*? II ie of th? gteal lionso of AaStaS ran ii.it in tlis d'-sil SsaalSd Idiot ? ii., tin? aaa Hi? laaMMSaats ?true or Ipalai UakSS?U| nini rapacity on the throu.r anl lu th.. Churna ^ aasaaa ti?? patela a daaafe n v.tr m ??? t .r t^?> Ktag vMsB tiH-ailt-tri IBs Mes sf rl |til thlkh B tli III ?ti?, aad ?m R-taaatttotanaaOayaataal i tb? CBarae aBlefe bb-b* .* it.-d ladttidaal thou -?u, val h i? awtal IsatB. The arS'<-".?-iioii of th.? ii ?urbua kin.:? w.ti m-xt ia BtlifcSd, sad th.? tfibrts _adS by some Si t'iem t-> r.nns iimtry frum iU UBSCaaeS ??** 1 ? Its V.'iun. rjhartsa ULsssd?ees ?lay.- "M> pa a bad c?Jdraa?wBo ktok ttie.r snrsss*sferaa ararj ?astBs?' i e . ? rirn w.e.lie.1." T!ie ??atSS SfatS 180 U'licrmt hihI lot ?t. Nd ?" ri-cive ?nd l'arry on fin? plan* of iuipruic nient ilevi??;d fur th?-in. Tin: SSiiSt* SSS8SMWHS so he i.iliub. d und brutalized !>>* loyalty an.1 fi.ltll tiiat fb?*|j Arrrn nu in?ti-iiui.-i,;, iu M .-i? 11 i?l lo the K n^''i haul?. . .in th? ri'-r --.sioii of Philip V. all irn ??rtant ortie.? paaesd latstBs kaadaef Bwalffaat*a. Bal the work ?u i.oo vitnt t.. be a, eoini?ll?h"?1 at once. Til" cr.-at 1 hum ..f ' In? Aii-iri.ui lias liad shan-i that SSOSlatS BMBSISBS urn rlnimt oiiiiiipoi.-ut tatesil. IJat it MOSM to be the will .n l'o.vi ir-nce tuai ih"i ?a.iU uoi beessalpaiaattsr sjaad, lii.-y ? .m .lu lull li lo dSfSetS a p^r.pl,-; 'Ik v can da very litilii to .ilevat'i tbeiu. T. ruunh labor Bid fesr ami itrtwhllaaataatapaaplewstBi Mtvattsa. Hi ' bit transient _leatu of lilkerall-ii) upon ihroilt*? ffl >1 twtj. Tin? pBflssepBy ??f Pisdsils-I BatdsaN late * rule of blond aud lion ; Cat i.tiiin ft ptStSd n'iy lulu niirni's and assnBalaet-iaa| J ?.?epii ii. t < ?k ai una sit tha ?m or? piid to l'rarilt'rn In l'.irl?. fint! ?..lid to M.'ii-An i.i'-ei!.-, I? .-i .-,i,ier, " Miuiainc, dun'i fnr.-.-t tliri. 'rniiUr la lb" ir.t.le we live by." PBUotopBt ?" P?as l M a Be? V"i-.?ail!. ? and tin? I'.sr.-a .-. : f-, anl too. lefaBS la ? lue ?hop.? ami _:iri-cth onionir uueonibed und savaica thliikeis, rind the wreiiir? of th- p fftt, 11:1.1 .-hted br welVriicriTiit).,-an 1 f.--1.'.. Uini:., bled t. at i.a.t ttmmWtw ? > win. li ni.xi'-l m it? vi r di and d? ?pair the cup ol blood .nn! terror whU'h wa? Riven to tin? iiimi ir. ?nos uf :ht? svorld t?? dririi. Kor ama than half a oriTitiirjr '!:? court and the cl.>t?tei ?iTBfilBd afslatl Iks spMl af i.v ? tine. Tka i .of let lilllliell? ?III.I IIlSlirreet;ir|IS ,.l.e|l.ell. uhleh 111 I not J e| eluaad. In splt?i of all thev eonld ?er otnpi ?', 1: i> Kin? ami llu-piiesliioo.l ril.aui.j ?o.t ?TViuad in.in ('.. n i ni; of tli?-. ?n tu i y. l;..ii r.-.e in...., >i li- re r - ?til or nut, toril roiuetlliii/ to tin- |>i In. 1j.li' oi ?iiilln-rt? b> irlilcn.'liiK' the people I re ?Von. ; Kit ;n i rr .111?.,11.1 uf ll.'.liriV llOtlalli: l? III !|l|l'i-Mtr-|| lilltll II II iieti.t? d. N" inn- m .?pain Una '?inr-it III?? iseal.ii.?-.? of tl.? tbr?is, ii..r Hie ? r.-ii,,"i of pnlSU: op! ni on, aulil t. olurloD of iS"|h' rii'.-r, r?.*. Tau laitta Ot l'icen -Mitel wa? n lie?, ,1 and ' V | II. i? ei.ee of 1er puraonal eliiri.ti ? on trie loy.eii ..i Min p iple .U r ;ns .1. 'I'm immediate 41 islon of Un? Bato ii'iti'Mi -va? me b.iuitbaiea: of ta. l.'.ii m.t t?e-oralt, ?I? 1 n 1 - - u?. 1 1.? Marabal Prltn t?. trLtn oecttlie Si*?! aad the mu s. in.- pruuuuiiainleiiM ib IIm* H?v ?a ? ., 1.1 Ta, ?|e?eril.e,l, Hid tin- till oft. l'lUT? ? 1? alBKMl U" III I :r . '. 'I'll ? .0. 11 e ?t 11 ,- BUOXS-iplU-, in iu lainiitv and i-i.iiipi.ii-iie?-?. i'nm pea fro_ 'lit? tO t*tt? on Hie ?irarlt r:> if llllteil W.f a II . ' 1 y v |, u into in? liand? like ii|.,- 1, ut. ?..-i 1 ,1,0 lean ii,-?l nj.'ir nn Cnl' in llu-cHp'lsl nitti one ?l.ne i?:, :,t 1 li- - lui.-.- ..| Mcoie.-,, 1 hlcii ?'iideil 'he U-:,t'i M.utii.l u,ale na 1 ulstaaee. Even tha oflt***hbvldar. forcotlbsl tl?oUU?i? of lli,iiriii.i? Wire i.e.lev . n t :,- pnblii 1 ni.. T... _>ld er? made coinuioii cMiaa altli tha iai./n?. MaralutlC. m ha, ttie < aplain-i,.. 1,,T?,l, co,, ,1 i.ot e.ir.rr. ?? napeol .?'UuiikU attbi railwiii ?SaMaatoobUln .1 in rial irula 1 - i.u'? t. t, Unnen. hlie--poor i.oli tdoh II. ..- i't leur n wuii M-rfor) i.,?! ? Hr., ?, and ir...|.f? lausbad ?t sac ?aaatjr ?ti,-.,.i.:,..-. Bui nii-j u?r? ?rou?. Wie went ssorilnly iiiiin.ie.1. For with ber tt.d two aut-tint and 1.1. .,ii?i.- powers, Divlaa Buhl aud I ? 1 leslnstiial Kule, pti u? bat?a l-ieirT. out ol ?pain. nn? bhatal OnaUtutlon ?>i me n? w lu.iu.ir.hv was ri-vlswed; its j?r.iv.?:.i:i? fur IndlVld-al H.:.;<, Inf iv liifloii?? liberty, sud tor .Ionio, rat i. in-i.tuiioiiri ireii.?raliy. Thr lecturer continued; ?'I do not pretend to sav thnt th" tra.tlti.n? of f?*a , entunes are pul to ilts-lu i>s a tun.- irons ;. Irmn 1-tS lliii.iau nature 1- u..t u-__?(Ml 10 ?day, _d i... re ir m .ihm! deal of (be old blootl Icit m Mpanlsit 11111.. lint I i!l??s?-?-lt thai till I?' I? rill ? ?10III.,?11. elMlll!" lu lis.? to..? am! spirit of the Spanish iiionsr. i.y mo r?u , ?? UsT-JSJ Bad btirotry ar?- eoneerii?-!." Tue iitnaH -"!; ali?m of on? ?< Uool 01 Hgaalsh K-pnl.Ii-.m!, m WS? con-ideie.l, nuil while eoiiileiiii.liiK tin 1 l-leii,,-of i.ie fan.,11c, tha lac tiirer paid a cordial tnhute to the ?liaraetur and piirixxM*? of the cun-fs of the Oounaaac ol Parla, nul ptiaaad >?n ui k?l forlh lite true pniHiple? ,n tl e Kepuhlli-it ]>?Hy ol -psiii. 1'neir ?i. dindon of LlbtTtl I? " th? ruflit ol ever] eltlaea to obey nothing bul the law." Tin- keium dtr>w a plctara of the remit? of Ii.-ie.lUarv aOTtnuaeat? as llln-lrrittr?! bs the portnlUof l'halle. V. sud his ?le sceudsuts, aud alx'ue?! tlntl p.??ml rr all .'?lea? coul'l lead m aotaiua nurse 1 baa Uns. II ('Illicit as follows : Is User.? uoi proKre???, isliea 1er tlie final tune In hl.lot rhe liberty of tae Spatesril 1? ?ale rroui tli- Kiiik, and in? i-??n???'li'ttce Is fice Mom it.e tinireh 1 Bet v?| can ara B? peetfOl that ?-oiiutry, ?o louti pluiideretl snd iiii?ru!c.t. (In-full enjoyment of freedom aad its peaceable fruits. BataaB (bat vie ?-.- Uu- Ion?; mua? <-n.t?riK. ?-n 'UitU that are tea the flush of the coniinK dawn. The ?ty la never inore luriud than Iu the trounle aud in tbe pioin.-??-of I.i" ikltiir tls.r. Tin? In-aieii Is till! or Bt] ?t?*ry, laie esrtl? is pale and gray In (lie bunbof th" ebonife, the West la ??eopled with shadows, and the East Is red with thn-st 1 urn,? and flin. lint we know 11.at the sun ts u.-sr. be i-iUM lb? itjctit has precede,! hliu. am! we see with our eyes tbe tilings that the in^ltt concealed. We do MS know what the das may brliisr. We du nut know what de.itiui tritt rvrs f..r the new lU-inoora?'* et ?paiu. Veara of striKKl?'. year? of laaauet?, years or eh itiinniilt It mat' be. Hut we arc sure that tbe ?pint of pios-re?** lu Ut ever Bsi-euillng ?pliuhhas left tbe .pint ni m? Iinjui tion forever behinit, tliat il,.- l?siUt !? oseiflowliia lUt, l'eniiiKiils, that tire N.neleeuth ?enltirr has nt Issl ?cale?! tbe ssiuuul ilim of Navarre and c?iu<|iivied iS,..iiu, A London paiM-r givrn this k?iii-mm' of the Iaat an in-111 Hie care? r of tli? ?lit*- si-eat ?ctree?. Mis? (?'.Nt ill : "The remain? ot l-s?iy Becher wen- Intern.??! ou Nov. l.tt.lu the fauslly vault, In ( ??it.eiiiaittr OBBSSBi yard, lielsod. Tit? funeral aaSSSpB was more than t mile in length. Tbe ?hi.-f iiioiini.r? arara -sir lienr, M moll lleclier. Bait., Mi. Jobii Wiivoii 14. . I er, and Mr. William Wri&ou Hachar, m?? mree *.n? of ibe iie?i??M-?l. The tenant 1 y of ?ir 11. w. Ban her. i?> the aaaalie? of tttx walked, four ?bn-sst. Tka wimi?'?? uf tl"? ii?il> baas Ns tlon-1 hi-h.Mil. in whiei? the de?-.-??-??! Isx!? ???ok a dee|da larrst, i?..!? iir?|MKl us black, sud a Uiauk rBSSSSBSB t*t ?i-ya-Oed troto lb? laa?,"