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Vn.tr I Sin??? Kis-e?? Co, \? *ii e M?,ri-J? Co. Karri??- 1.,. IrrBii'" II J K??_.<>?. _. Co., Hem Ttrb V *_>\?. IHil? Tiar?. 0?jo D. Wtura.Ce. ? '???* -.., C??hltr New! >rl Ilrr ? lai. II I *?. .til* k Co. T. K.tehi? a Ca>. Air- r tin Krrren? Co. f? H Ci. t'erxlr? a. Co. n . I ? ?.?A But i ?. ' *? *r-i'raa-ident Ati?nnc .Vuiaa? i - ?! Mat-aal Ina Co. > ? ?:-itu?i In?. Ca. A P. Wil, a . Fire In?. Co. M ' * ?C?. lad ?ewelrrt?. ',,iM Pen Mirn'irtnrrr. It . ?,-? II a?- ???. llfrr. RtULBO?D DlSAfTEB Al CORBT, I'lNs. TWBBTI I "It: KiiLKH, TuiRTT-FrvE Worsm.i?. Iiom? atf th? rieh?? were iruurtal I? th? TaATBtBK? fcaWBAaCI Co. ?I llartlfai.l. Bau?t ot tlirui Were wl. Ira theac w.B?r? lirtif?, whr? mail ?rr, i.c*. rv-r. lean ?boull l.??r a centra, ?rriilent Inunnc? polar? in taw T ki??l??_, Aj.j>Ij to ?nj 'lome Ofbee. at lli?rtffiH Conn. i m- be?! place in New ? , timti a? ?? ?? atll'i'e ,ar'l??? ?I it .19 A larlstj ol blttir . I ? for f lie-it?. Tiik Tributo Almanac for 1878(ready earlj ia Jiiiu? | ? ban a favivaiit am? Biii.inii-i,? ?it Uir.tr .???ti.Ki. ' SID1 -w ill 1KB CaMBKIB i ,. .- , Im ! n? ? il?rM<ii?.<, ?n? a-Kin i,?. Paruuot Flo-or*. equal ta? Imported, iipe? ?at Broa I? i? Im. B. I'iivnk Palmer?Patent Arms and ? .tunt-?*., t'h Ii i. I s 7_...'../.-' OF THE TRIBUNE. Dap i i mbubb, Mail -?U-eoritaa, JlO par ,.nnnm. Hi *??! \- 11 i. i luihiNK. Ma. ? - ?ben, BH pet an. I -i\ i i. m i ??is, Mail iubwi iiftn. $?; i>?i a?uuiii. A?virii.iDK Rat??. -Vin *i l."i' ' m . 80e., ?We.. Me?, .-c. and $1 p?-rlini. F?iMi Wekkly IviiTM.. 95 Bad 50 '.Tut* pe? line. V? kl m ? I i.ii?-.m:. ??2, "._, an?. ji5 prr lm^, Aocontioc lejKwt-oa m thr? paper. TiriB?, ca.?h in iiri?aiu'O. addma The Tribu??-:. N'ur-York. Ar|r?r?i*?>m^tit? f.ir th:?j ??.???_'? i??n^ of The WhIm?i n ai, . ..*'.an ?lia 7W>o?.. P.-aer B'J ??cto'i?oxk H??a i?Tibxxnt POUNDED BY HORACE QREELEY. MONDAY, DECEMBER 80, 1879. T_- l"...t.iiiiit.a- .?r llilti ..f tli? Froncl? Aisembly ba? Iffii IDf-age- in fru? : I* -sn alisau.?>lnu8. =____ An eliitu.ii 1 , ? al CM-9-M. -".? IiiRiircent BNBM un- ri-i'orta I fr..ni C'iiua. mtmm Tin' BS-KlaB at Hunovi i luis tieee ^neeeed to tbe thrauii ..r J?I11IU?W1.'_. Kaarn in.-. i.t-r-alii.?il at Mompbi? f?f inr?tia?r flrafrur. ' ' .-"reo. _? bbQoT. Waniinti.. It 1? fi.*-?i - n>t al? iii.loii'il tin? ciiitt'st wltb tin 1'lochbark party. -_-.-__- Kicliaril Rak.-r ?a? t.riitalir niur ?l''t?i; ? .- T.'i?- twinticili victim ot th' i'io.?i>ra t latinad i*-aitm ia.i? di? d. One Im.Jv ha? i?e*n rriaovcroil froto tbe Ce_trt*-8t. ruin?. ill ln-tiir? J on *' Llj-lii," and (?eo. Maa I ?oui?].! '.r- iK-li. al in .Nfwnrk, N. J. =___= Oold, 111, ll.J, I1L Tlia ruioiuit.:, IT?, W. 13?, _0?, 25', 30?. l,y MBM pnjKisUrams blunder the Ions ?n (lit Mjm-m?i ?-i kc forge wa* plaeed last Batarda] ni tin* niliciilous tiirnre 4?f $*20,(jW,()()0. It \\a> lirttt reputit <I ?it $.0t?,0iK) ; but it now promise. to u t to twice tliiil suiu. Il4Pl>il> th?? Su.ktM trinl is near its termina tiatn. The cvi.li-nce on Saturday was not new, ??xi'4-pt a-? to th?- B?Bgad tlir?*at8 of Fisk, and Hi?* eniplaayiiitiit l.y St??k??H of a man named Drady to accompany Lim about town for his protection. _ Mr. (ii-fiiK?' M'icDonald is no muih bitttr known In tliii? country an a nov? li?t ami poet than a? a preaelier, that Wt are -tin?* the full report of a MCTMm delivi red by him at New irk yefaferalay, and ptiiit??d iu Tin: Tkiih si. this iiiiiiiiiiiK, will attiaat many readers. Tbi- la-t three ilisaitrous fires in tbis city ruiL-iiiated ;in did that at Boston, and as !ti per c?iit tat all tir? s Im?t?h, from the furnaces in the buildiiiL'?. 1'os-lily a1t??r a louj? time these re 1 eooRagiBtioM will supfri'st to some in tioviitinirHiehitii't the notion of ?recliiiif blocks nt beaaea haaasd Ibhb a single fuiiiac**- l?uilt in a bfaad eovit-jaid rcmot?- liom any coui t>ustib]?' matter. _ Some truiililes lire likely to arise from the, selection of the BZ-KJagol JIanoveror his son to nn?-?-i-?<l to the tliroim of the Duchy of BlUMWk? on the ?leath of Duke William, when tin- pi?.-??nt nilitix H'juie will lie e_tinct. The Emp?i?>r ??f (Jennany will hardly peniiit the peaceful B0BBM-*-! of his enemy t?? power which vtoiihl ihielly be emphiyed in uuder tuiniiig Ins own authority in Geimany. The Posi-OlFice D( iiarlment has a fashitm of nnikiii)* it?? own l?w*i. '1 he 1'iir.tmastei-lii ? oraler that a deiiciemy of stamp?? on a l?*tt**r BuhjictH it to wliat is eijuivahut to a liiie l| found to lie illejfal ; that such a i nie should k\'i r have been made is amazing. The ether day tho same Department was gravely dis cussinft whether it was legal for a Postmand r to break open a letter if he suspected the.4? might be something wrong inside! AecoidiBg tAj the Post-Ollice Dipailtuent one would sup potu) the world is noi gov4?rued half enough. Ex-Senator Harry C. Genet announced on ?Saturday, in giving his evilemo b: fore tie? Harlem Court Donne Coiii_.ift_i<?ii, that it ?Bal a common thing for members of the late I.Lug to sign each other's nuuies to document- and drafts \-henever convenient. If thL-, pr.it ij. .? %tee a? general as reprtuentctl, the Dintint At iorney evidently ha? a good deal 4>f eytjtk ahead cf him. -lost Yolkl ar? a ?ustomed to look upon such "commua ?a. traiijiactlosiH'' as Mr. Gem t idlmb-H to M veiy nearly iJcntict?! with "fairgery" u? luid down in the sUituU s. Slip l.y hi,,, I'n.f. 'I vimDiII his 1?,1 |,?s audi tUmxe, untU thn_e v.U? gitU-ViVti Ui h'.vii luxu t?n Saturday cvcnin?, found BO difficulty I comprehending liin .1?-m -liption <?f the invisih r;iyn of the solar sp? ctnim. In fui-? Bald tl lecturer is -BOT particularly nt home. Tl relations of radian, heat to light IfiBf o? elicited fniiii him some ?>f tlit? nio.-t InchI to planalions thai haw ever rendered ?li?' pag? of sei? in i- ??i pular. This IctIum? was woil.li ol hi.-. rt_i-tBtitl- Wo liavi- also to than Prof. Tymlall for a OOflBwiontioO? cl? ti-nniii. lion t. ini'i-t jinn? tnaily his engagements ai lecturer, with which hi- allows neither storm weather MC peuonal illness to interfere. With the opening of another session of tl Legislature, ?a may expect a number of ne si borneo for reorganizing om City (?oven ment. Tin? Coiiiiiiiit!"?" of Scviiity and th Republican (?encrai Committee trill nndoiib cdly oath BATA on?-; and BOBBOthing liko a T vnlry between these is almost inevitald Whih? these plans are yet inchoate, it is t< early to offar anythitIf more than ffi neral B0| Refilions; but it is BBS. tx? say that it Ifl nls too e,irly to relinquish all hope of popula gov ninieiit. The people certainly have n. made up their mind* that the ]>lan of rulin New-York by Coa_B?BB?O__ is economical, jus wise, or acceptable. One of the unexpected consequences of ei larglag the nMnberahfaj <?i the Honae ol liej reseiitatives is discoveicd to be the necessit of a ? X?teapOBM?Bg ?uerear-c ul naval and mil. tary cedetflhipe. As these appointments, ai apport losad among the BMBBbon in a fixe ratio, th??it increase will require a rcor^.tiiiz: tion of the Naval and Military Ai-ailemy. T prevent an overstocking of the annv and na\ with graduates, the best remedy proposed evidently that which will prolong tin- term ? study and yet keep the annual graduatim BBC?BOgad la number. Wi have miilsliipiu? and lieutetiMits enough ; and, sime the stan? Bid of admission must ba kppt down to si; the low eondition of prevaillog sy-teins of ei ueatiun, why not make the ?graduate, moi thorough by citending th?ir tena of .study _ The prosecution of tlm Ring has con to an impotent conclusion iml.-cd, m ht after all, Taped and Mayor Hall are tl ouly prisons iinlictcd. There? were indict? origina?y Peter B, Bweenj aad bio broth? Woodward, Jngersoll. Connolly, Tweed, Hal ('??ok, Genet, Ghurrej, Hugh smith, and otbei wboec n.un a and part?anla, deedi ar?- airead forgotten, TbeiB were several iiiilietineiii against each of the principals, so that r?-ill BOflBB twenty-odd inidiotaMttta were loud la year - ?uni gaaahed. Later ohaigafl againi Tweed art? to be tried next week ; Hall In been twice arraigned, and prohib?) will m be again ; and ?IbgeiedU it t<> bo triad on n ii?dict.'iieiit which private energy brongli against him. Kven Peter JL BWBB-J an CobboDj are no longer andel ?mlictiiu nt Woodward himself can return with impunit. to the .'ene of liis proIital?l?> operations as ; go-between of greater rogues; a Legi-l:H ?vi Cobbb?tteo is still inquiring whether in im Gene, i- gi.ilty. Praetteallj, Tweed is thoonl accused n,, iiih.-r <>t the ohl King still in tbi fu bl for trial, and Rerarn will hive t?? talo II tat tion out of him. Thni far bit <?hl cone i.nh.s have left him to beai the brii'it an* expenso of'he battle; and hi-, enemies appeal now I?. think the people Brill be BB?afled wit] his p___i___B_ent. Now that bus!a*BBB interoatii BiftHtttd bj tbi Louisiana B_BTChj are beginning to iu.ikt tinniselves felt, it is to be hoped that BO-BO thing will be done to bring order <i.it of ehaoa The Louisiana t'niiiiiiittei, at preaenf in thfll city, are men of gond commercial standing ami substance ; ?h'V n pu *-'-nt HO political party, but only the parly of law, order, ainl peace, They say tiny would be best pleased if th? whole vexed question of (?Hing the State <>f fieoo wen remanded to the people for seule? ment at a new election under mies anil regu? lations which should be ju>t bet ?mil an-. . i.,! How is this to be done? The most natural iiii|nil.se is to l.??.k to Congre-.?,; that body has taken upon its? If to legislate specially for the South; it was its dan.-eion* Lntorcement Law which made the Louisiana u-__i'patioii possible ; and it is to Congress that the Committee pro? pose U) gO with their giii-.ani-i .n. .MeanwhUe, bofl?looalangB??oai bapertanl ontctpriaao ?ire su-pended, and all the currentB of Irado an stagnant. This is the inetitabl. roanlt <?f the nnaettlad state Of things which prevail., in L'Hiisiana. Congress is ehietly to blame for this, because Coagreofl gave Judge DuroD tin powers, of it dictator; ami Congreofl ?lalli?-?l wiakly with the poiincal allairs 01 the State when its iiive.->ti,?i!ii>!i iniL'ht have ended iu Bomet-ing which would have beeu conclubive of the ab?lo matt ?t. "FUTS AM) (ALIS. We prepese, certainly in no caption?, spirit, to throw a little light on some obocure ??oints connected with the negotiation of tho laal $135,(XrO,()i00 of the new five ?per ? ? i t loan. A further issue of iSW.mW.iM of bondfl i- i? ??oiniueiided by Secretary Botttwefl 00 similar ? uns, and it seems to us, on a can ful re .? rust? of tho Been tary's oxidanationato the Wa.va and Mean? Committee, and of the fljaBB? tions put to him by member* of that Commit? tee, that there is still IMIB?flofflhlo uiisumbT siainling 01. important detail-?. Mr. K? ir aski il Mr. BovtweO a question, to which no satinla? tory aiistier was made, which appears to us to go to th" root of the Matter. That ques? tion was, " When rinl J_j Cooho - Oo. pny " the Treapury for these new bondsI* Tbeo retnally, on the 1st of BeptB?lbe_i 1H71 ; actu? ally, not until Deeeonbec ?-f that year. I'lubr what authority, then, did Secretary BontweU make the Symiicate the on neis ot tho ?banda on the 1st of September, tlm-e monihs before they paid for them 1 In bil iin?nt!ily ?ttBte? fin-lit* ?if the public debt f??r ?Septes-bcg, (??tu? ber, und November, 1871, these l?*.ii?l.-i Bre not led. Consequently the inlii?--f on them ?was not part of lhe interest of the publi?; debt. If this thfOi months' int? i? -i, BBBOWtt?lg to |l,P.irO,000, was not part of the intc;c-t of the puiiiie deb. it was n cominin?ion to the Syn? dicat?, ??vor and above the on? -half per cent to which Mr. Bout well was liimtel by the Liu. If it was part of the Interest on tbe public debt, then tin? d?bt stutcnieuta of t?ep tcinbcT, OctobeTi and November were untrue, and the debt had been faaenaaad ii:?-r>.t?W,t>(X). In either case the lav. was tioi.itiil. Th?i?- is jo i ??<?.iiung one or the otbOB of the.-?e cuielii -lon.-.. Nor ii? it a su!beicnt BOAWei to miytliat in ?BO other WBsJ could the loan bave b.t n ? it? <ti?i. Tbo lawahonld haTo in-en raapeeted, thoagh the country h.ul j?.?id an extra ??n?- pel cent OB its ?lebt for ten ycain tu ?nine. To iinike use of th? |?i? e t tlint, Mi. Boutwefl io?r, that the Tii-.t.-iii\ has lent nothing bj Mi? opevatto?i is n?iihcr worth! in?i to tl.? pii1>o.e. \\ h.i! .-?ertr-t:iT-> Lout ?v. 11 lenlly did "eaily ?? i? a .,. eiaci dato h laipoti ml hut hgl not bcu couiiuuul?.^ltd at) lli. pubU. i ?ivlien he accepted the proposition of a? Cookf S (,'o., was to give the Syiulici a "call" on the Diiit?'?l States (?ovi'i ment la r IMMW^W of five per rent boil at OS}, plus a ?mall fr.iction, im*iden BipBBBBI connected with the printing a delivery a?f the bouda, A "call," may explain, is the privilege of lec'ivi Within a spccilicd time a ?sp?cifie,1 t-fock rtei'urity at a specified price. If that pt-M above the market value, ami remains abo it, the purchaser, of couisc, m*v??r avails hii self 4?f his privile.e. Il th.* ligures nain? il th.? ioiifr.it sh;>illd come -O be below t M.i'ltct pri?e daring lin* iufcrv.il over whi the coiiti.ict c_teiiil.s, it is ta? the int. rest the piiichisT t.? take the itoek boa t s? lier of the call antl il ?-pose of it in t market. The consult ration BCeepted by Heel BontweU mid RiehOKeOOO in retiiin bu tl prirQege was an igree_oen1 on tin pool the Syndicat'* to take SlO.DOO.OOO of the in I...m at Mg at once, and ?f^MO.OO'i montli tit,til th.' 1st ,?f April, or -f'1j,OU?,000 in a That is to say, tin? Syllabicate in return ga Mr. Bout well ?i " put,'' which is simply t tev.me of n "call," for HSyQOOyON f?f the nt loan at D8?. It ?M operation turned out pi.it able, as n did, the ByndicOtC were at libei to avail themselves of the whole $118 0 i'-),u\ If anything should happen to make it u profitable they wet? free to stop with t $ l.'i.POO.OOO. We now proceed to ihow how the Syndic, 4'oubl and in all probability ?litl protict thei s"lve> bon loot on tin ir side on account the "pot." For this a comparison of tlat and prie.m of United States bontls i?. MO? ?0-7, and tn regtet t?nt Beoretwj Bontwi did not see lit to comnninicate to Congr? the OZBd ?lat?* when 1ho final negotiatio wert, consummated. The United States 10 !i\e pel cent bottda WON B sreuniy which t experieneed bankers who oompoeed the fiyi diente rightlj Judged to be Jess deemble ta eonseqnently le?.? valuable than would bi ?' lives of the new loan. The pri?e of the 10-4 might therefore be taken bi i little leee than tl price at which the new ftrcO could b.? d__pOO >.t'. During the wbola month ?>f duly tho u price of 10401 ranged in London at but fraction above two j?er cent lee. (han that the 5-90 eil per cent?, which were reei'ivah by the United Slate? ijoveniui'nt tit par (settlcine-it ot the con'raet with the Syndicat Tho Syndicate hnd only to buy such MO s per cent Lsinds as they needed to prole them-clvi ?, v. hile the] had the limning gnii ol tin? ma:kit price to inform them of tl amount which could be reali_ed on tho lie IkmhIs which they were to i.-ci-iv?; in cm hang A?^ itant Secretary Riehardeoo was in Lando dining the Whole month of July, in treal with the Syndicat*). Duriug that nonth ?r>-'-i iidvaiieail 11 <>iii '.'.-; to 101. We <lo not aim lately know that the Syndicate were buyim but we .-u.-j.ei | that they were. On the 111 ot Angneft the public were informed i tho "oomplete ineeen of thn new loan. On the 10th of August, 1^71, (he loan was ivlvet Heed in 'The London Timm, the bomU to bed? liven d and paid for on the l.?t of DuBlllBlI. an befoie the end of the month the whole obbsub wnoonbseribed forat p.n ; such was the u notincement at the time,and there is nr? ipte? tion ?us to the pri?e neeivoe^ but Mr. took now says that, about gtyOMyOOO remained un taken. We suspect that no small portion t? the profite of the Byndicate aceraed to thee in the mouths ?if July aiui An?-ii-?t, 1*7), b? operation! in the bond market indei the an? I piece o. Ab_?tant Becretarj Biebardeoa. In hie bearing before th?* Conu?ttee o Ways and lleane, Beoretarj Boot well made i t< ?lei ab ly plain t ha I no money was pud int. the United States Tiea-ury, or _ny old boodl given in exchange for new, until the 1st o December, after the three months' Intereet 01 th. fire-twentiee, ostensibly exchanged lor tin new bondi on the ist ??f Beptember, .had nc Ctned for the benefit of the Syndicate. Ye on the '?'th Of August, Jay t'ooke fj ( o. causea t4> be pnbliehed in the daily papers that "no "less than |!0^00^000to|?J0MM miD be p.a?ci "to the credit oi th?' Treasury on.or before tin "filth inst." This, of eonteOi was a sham. I meant only that they were prepared to mokl good their agreement, or " put,'' with Mr BootWOl b" tytnnpLMBM, of (he tier? loan. I. - the h-gal One-hall pet cut commission ami tin illegal bonus o'' three months' interest. Tin q'u -tion oleo arise?, when were the new bomb daring the totonrol from the lot ol Beptemboi to the time the Syndicate comphti d tliair pat - incuts. Mr. BoutweU gives uh to understand in a gi nei.il way that tiny were in his posses? sion as security dopoOJO- f?f publia* nioney ploeed in the nut. nal banks, the said money being the same which was received in pay tin nt lot the new lo.'iu. This was 0 h-gal fic? tion, mailo necessary to excuse the payment of double i nt ? teit. In n-alify no money wan te. ' ived in payment, and the bond-, within the meaning of tin? statute, wem still the prop? erty of the (.oveimuent. If .Mr. llotitw? II had pOWOI t? M_ them on three month?' credit, he might have Hold tin m on twelve months' cifidit, and thus a bonil for which he was lotUddeo to accept less than par might fiave been sold for Hi. L it he finally tells u_ that ?Mr. Hich Bldeoa had the bonds in iion safes in Lon 4lon ?4>r tins caiiiviuienee of the Syndiajte. Preeiaely what Mr. Richardson did with them is not certain, but Mr. Houtwcll hays his in strttctiains not to deliver without receiving ?'.ia-.li in hand or tither boiuls in OH hange wem invariably iolloweil, " so far a? I kttoic.r We m toi from suspecting any knavery, but it Hf? ins to us there was I gOB-d chine?, for a ?tupcudou-. defalcation. V\.' dial] briefly notice only one othi r point -?that of the rates of exchange. For a reply to th?' very proper fUBOt-OB of Mr. M.vynanl, " What was the d-ffO-OOOl in value of the "pound -terilngi or English eoreteign coin, in "Lenden ?u.?l Kew-Yorkf" at the t__ae of the in gotiation, Mr, lloutwi-ll was fore, d to call opoi Mr. Cooke, uni the la?br giu tleO-Oa r? plied that " there wa u?t a frac "tion.il di lien nee;"' "91 lOpmeOtol the par ''value precisely." The real Lut, we presunn?, Which Mr. Maynard wanted to g?t at WU whether a ptjiind ?sterling at Loi,?Ion was ,\oith more t<> tho United St.itcs Treasuiy than a pound sterlinff in N?-v?'-York. At that tune pound?- -toriing m fiume.? cf g.ild irtrc worth mote to th,* Ti?.,?,uiy in London than in New-Volk. Meich iiitit in this .??nutty lav? ing at that tune more payment? to make in BBgland thin Kti'.'lisli nui, liiinis inn;, our in. rehflnte WOnM hove paid a small pieuiiuin, say oui'-hulf to tliree-iiuurtcr? of one |)nr a ant. bu th. bill? of BXBhBnga Which the Treasury BOOM have sold a.'ainst the. " $'2O,()O0,i-O0 to HOyOOOyOOO" Ol its en-dit In Londiiu. 'iliis profil ieeB-4 als?? to have 0000 OOMtdod to tho Syndn.ite. The i,x]?eiise of the iron mtfi s and of Mr. Un liurd??on's traveling exj.a m?, -, ami extra luggage iipinurs to have bean borim by the Syt.?b?ate, being deducted from the legitimateone-holi porcenl comuu Loo. This was no more than ??roper, Mr. Richardson boin at the time in their ?erviee. MATTERS IS c lilt A. Our dispatches from Havana this mornlr indicate that the insurrection has begun I cihilut a renewal of vigorous vitality whit may well till the Spanish autboritiOfl with di? may. Wit?la the last fortnight the Cuba? have made two brilliant d;whos into tl enemy's country, ami have attacked wil sum.-- fortified places. The account?whk wo rccive are of cour.e coloreil as BUM in po-siblo by Bpantflh ofliri.il*, but thei is no mi.ialting 1 h * significan?'?- of lin M BTOnl They cannot bo explained away by stutir thai Mayoii and DolgUJn, the places enter? ?I I the i : su i gent *, w? re fur theinoiiieiit in a d.'fen-? less Condition. Il Will not Im- bO?BTOd th at V cent.? (?it.ci.i was at the bead of any foolhanl Or lisch s* raid. lv\ ? ry detail given by (1 Bpanlardi geco to show that the inaurgenl a? ted with a perfect understanding of tl matter, and that the ?Spaniards were MfgfiBC anil severely handletl. Of ?ourse, the insin gent- "retreat? d," ami the Spaniard-intend I pursue tin in \igoi<?u?ly ami av?-nge the ?bat of their conn ul?-.-; the ?li-patrh would m Ik* OOBJpletO without ?MM. familiar word But (ho facts remain that Garcia capture the Fort of H?iiguin, turned its gun.-? upon th Spriiiiards, laid it against tln-m until the ne.? day, inflict?Dg heavy losses, among tin in Spanish ?Lieutenant-Colonel, a Major, an* several other ullieers, aad finally, after doin a great amount of damage, retired withM loss. (!eil. li'iqilt-IlBO has est?bil.?he his beadfuaftera ut Puerto Prindp fui the campaign, which im-an*, w preaunto, thai he intendi to crnoh th insurrection thoroughly this timo i tin" baten Department. There has neve been an i-Murrectiou which would endure s much eruahiag without injury. Three time has the Spanish Goveinnmnt publicly an UOUnced that the rebellion WUI at an eml, an has O-thtted To DOUUM to bo sung in th ehurcheato coauBomatnta the deflnitiTo in mnph of Spr'in. fl is entirely .-.if?- to BBOUHI that they will have the same thing to do a many times BgB?t. It '(Jarcia rCUU?BB at large they would do well to make B?HM BUCfa an nouiiceiiieiit, promptly. They ?lo not Heein to be mu? h moro suc ess ful with thtii own people than tie y ai? ril the insurgent.. The Intendente at Havana ha found A shocking state of things prevailing a the Cuaton-HoUBBj and his prepared u report which will probably TOMB?I in asiate of prep aration, making disclosure* which could BO but abooh the Castilian uiiml, if th?" iron printed. He in s<n?n to go bac L tiSpa'm, bavin, "partially'' accomplished the MfomMWttich h< ?attempted From another dUputch it appear that Gen. CebaQoO is awaiting ?M annul ??] Cr.-n. Cordova. Ibit the 1 is! dispatches from Madrid indicate PiottB?I as Captain-General ??l Cubn. Gen? Cordova will probably not quii tho post ho his held with such <lisi?,l > and credit lor m any years, of Perpetual Candidate, Th? n? is plenty Of work cut out for the next Captain* ?f nernl, whoever he may be. Wot tuest of nniioi: \TtON. We publish in another place an Intereatini letter fi??ui Washingion, giving BOUM factfl M BBtcrtaining as they are valuable in regar?! t< the in??v. nient of immigration to this country. 1 hey "?re. obtained frOBB the foithcoiiiing ern? ?aM B**?aBt-_B) ??i'l llir.'-iv it gTOBt ?leal ol' light upon the subject of the origin and the dis? tribution of the vast army of JB?nigntall which it Continually landing upon our shires. It appear! that although the native population .?till mailnailM its majority, it is rapidly losing ils relative BBperiority to th?- number of for eigBOH BUd chihlrcn of foreigners. Out of our thirty-eight ,-iiid a half Millions, the and one-half an- ?foreign born, while ?ibnost twice ?hat huiiiImi are the chihlrcn of foreign pa? rents, .ne rupid increase of the population fmiii alien sour? <?'-, and the dimiir-iflhod rate of prodiri'tion among the original Btoch, aro luc?s well worthy of th?. attention of philosophical and i ejecting pi-rsoii?. Of course the two nmst considerable elementa m this B??i of m? blood ara the Li-h, who nan-bend in June, ISM. i.s-.."?.M7, and the Qer? MBna? who WOia counted at l.t'.'.td, 110. They lin. shown thiu* to bo ntthor mure equal in numerical streng! h than wouhl generally hare been BUPP00ed| and th?? last two years, as we shall preaently nee, have bpjught them still nearer together. Hut there io agr?ai diflbr*? ? luv between them in their choice of bootee and nay of living. The rast preponderance of Iiish i- in the Last, chi? Ily in M ishacliu-i ft*, Connecticut, and New-York City and its vi.initt. ?With fow BIO ptioiid they Beak the neighborhood of largo cities. The German?, on the c'intrary, are much more generalbj ?ii* tribufted. Th. y ?re of eouroe very nnuMiroiio in New-York and Philadelphia, but not in >,'? ,, - Lngiaud, ami are scattered tnroiighout the entire West. They are found in great masses in the western part of this .State, un the BhoiUB of the Ohio and Mississippi, and un th? west coast of Lake Michigan. Th? re an? also con? siderable settlements of them in Tetas, which loim eici ption-i t<) the national ?OtBOtO for the South. The Scamliiiavians in bulk go to th? North-West. It is the best commentary on the disturbed condition of thing?-} in the South that even yet the title of no part of (his valu? able immigration has set in toward tho Booth. Every requisite to the comfort and welfare of the now s? i tier except one is found in abund? ance in the South; u go???l climate, a fertile soil, a spur-c population, unlimited opportun!? tie? open ?o Industry and anterprioej but until tranquillity and good govern ment aro OJO?red iu that region it? great natural B-VnntngBfl will go tor nothing. The foithiuiiiing it port of our own Com? missioners of I.'inigr.itioii will show a r?niark ahlo increase of the number of bmnlgmntB Within 'he pr?sent year. Whil. tluriug the year 1871 there landed at New-York MMM Immigrants, the number for this tear reaches 291 ,'217. Th?" gnvit iiicre.?-. is from (,i rniany. Uno nught n.iturally think that ufi?g a gnat v.ar iu which one nation wuh largely aggraii ili/ed ami unothcr totally crushed, emigra? tion would be rathei the resort of the van? quished lh.ui the victors. Hm we see j cise.ly tho contrary. Ov?r 111,000 of this vast muss of new citizens have come fi?uu Germany, and only 2,700 from Frai..?'. The marvelous local patriotism of the Gallic neo was never more clearly exhibit?-?!. The German bar inr ho? dnviu wholo village? of th? ui oui of Al? sace into Franc?', but notbing ?MOB??I capable of driving them out of France. The large emigration from Germany is not dillicult to und? rstnnd. The rigid system of conseiip lion by which the best years of life an? sue riliced to military drill, the iiicrea??<l taxation Which even lin? milliards of Franco ar?' iu?t enough to prevent, the higher prie? of living winch iilwu,). foil?.us war, gfoaauaeBanflfeienl io ? \|.l.iin the gineial BBOdUB nliich ha.se. df 1 ??ii ?.ill-gi?,undid COMBtn in the l'ms sian Cabinet, that measures are now concert ?nn to check it by gov??rnment interference. But it is most singular that th?, current ail travel which affects the. whole W4?rld should have 00 influence, to speak of, in French tei ritory. We have mentioned tho am.?II nuinlsr of I lencli immigrant??--,700. It will BPfMBf still less when we see that Iwside the OiOOQ [fieh, there are 11,000 Sweih-s, MfiO Si'ot? h, i;,!00 N".?rw?-.'ians, 5,800 Italiuns, 4,000 Dun?--. 4,.'-00 Bwit-t DA'rQ Dutch, and even 4,tXK) Kus sians. 'I'.. OOOa] distribution appears to have taken plue. Moot i?f the Irei-OOM hav?* gone West. .Most of the Irish have remained in the Last. Outsiile ot New-Voik, Illinois appeals to luv. gained tin- Ingest detachment of the immi? grating army, no leBC than MjOOO having gone ?4) that State. Pennsylvania has, as u? ;al, sea'iired u large lairitinireiit. We do not agre?* wild some of our cot iiiporaiie.? in deploring ?his peaceful invasion. \\'i> hope and trust that WO -boll l)f- the bettor for gaining then, ami that tlieir own count lies may lind some relief in losing them. II.i YDS OFF. Perhaps any period is a poor time in which t? propose the annexation of new tenitoiy to ;li. United Btatea. Certainly the present is. With two or three Si.t. s in a condition ap? proaching anarchy, to talk of "enlarging the ";nea of freedom" seems a fine sarcasm. Hut the lapse of a royal line in the little Kingdom of Hawaii is sure to be seizad on us n pretext b?r bringing under the Anu? ii.in Hag the Saml.ii? h Islands, to which not a tow of our statesmen and politicians have he i tofore cast longing glances. Wo all know the staple arguments: a ?lying race, prcilomi ii mt Amerieaa interests, a half ??way port ia our track to Asia, rich ?uldition to our pro dnetifC revenues; this is the sort of plea w huh the advocates of annexation are -lire to make. Point ??hoes 4.f tin ir opening COmpoign liteody reach us from Washington. Now, mc do not need any more national ter in iv ; we do need lO improve and govern better what we have. As a notion we ore amply "spread out" eirund/, und our latest acquisition is yet governed by military law ?if it is govi'tn? tl at all. Tin? eehesse f??r the annexation of Santo Domini;?? never met with popular favor, and is regarded to-day with Indifference 4?r in live alarm? The Boadwieh blonde*, in the middle of the Pacific, three weeks' sail from the American coast, ?torwhelmed with ?lebt end peopled by an ill. m?nate race of men. would bo a Mgger elephant on our hands than ?ven icy Alaska has proved. .lust M Tiik T-UB0BO always pi? .beted, the Alaska purchase is now ipioted as a good preretleiit to justify farther annexations. We bOBght the Aleutian I-lands with Alaska, say ih.-!? champions of Manifest Destiny; why not therefore bag the Bondwieh lelondel We might) on these giomuls, go into the market M a bidder for the Hebrides or the Indian Archipelago. ?We hav?* difficulties enough already ?n oui v ii in Working out the great pOOblom of s.lt gaivainiiia?nt. Freo institutions cannot endure without InteHigenee and religion. Have wi? -in h n s'linbis of these in the last four or live millions of addition to our citizenship ihat we must neetis be hunting for new seini tropicol und semi-bat barons peoples to be added to our voting population ? We are sulliiieiitly BXDOCed nlreudy, In ca.,. ..f r..r...V'. ".??? mnm wo nee.!? be hunting for more expo?d points on which to plant our tlag, so that, without | navy to deb mi it, it could be humiliate?! at pleoenre bj the Brat iggreeeorl Wo have a territory now meter than any gorernB-ent in History ha? bren able permanently to hold together. Most we traTel two thousand ndlee into the OOCOn f?>r mote T HIE CBA BBEBLAIH AND 'HIE CONTROLLED W? have reeeiTed from the City Chamber? lain the following note: lui UK .n mi. ? i tr I'iia-.ifri.aik, Dec. ?**, 1872. To th* tetter of The Tribune. sir: Your ..luim.nt in Hits niurnliiK''? |BBW doe? nu* Injiisiiii*. If .on will p!i'i???s renal (outrai.I. r A II. (ir.'a'll'r, '..'It' I', dat.'ll 1)''.?. 16, 1871. iUi't till' l.iva - I .III* till' lilil?.? mill I. ?I.aalirailnllti. ra of til? (''lill-lM-ll.lltl. yaa Mill prr.-fivi? tli.it 1 lime bee a iir,?v,?tiT,-al ft-.iiucol liirtuiK any tiit.'rest fruru the aleposlt liiiuks upon elty nuil .-.unity mm..-y. I Invite tliu ilo.s??.'?t scrutiny into the tiiiii-ui'tion* ot this office, ruis, i? A. Psumn, ?'liaml'.'rl.tin. The letter of Mi. Green, to which tin? Cham? berlain here refers, id a letter to the depos? itory banks, Inetuniting them to add the in tenst on city und county dc'M?sit? to the piincipal, instead of paying it to the order of the Chamberlain, and to account for it monthly to iho Controller's oflice, thus ignor? ing the Chamberlain altogether. In at 1? a?t one case this order of the Controller seems to hare been oompHcd with. Hut ?Mr. Pohner declare! that it is impracticable und unwai iiiiit.-.l, end he therefore falls back upon the letter of the law, which merely requires the banks to pay his oflice rent and clerk hire, and t*..,s nothing at all about interest. The bank*?, of which Mr. Palmer is President and Manager ?>f one and his nephew, the Deputy Controller, President and Manager of another, have consiipiently ceased to pay interest,? which is a very g?>04l thing for them, however unfortunate it may be for the city. Perhaps we shall have to go to the Legisla - tine for a stricter d?finition of the powers of the Controller and Cluinitx-rlain rcepoctiTOly, ami for an act regulating the collection and disposal of interest on the city and county fumls. The use ofthOM latge sums of money must not be given to banks or imlividuals without compensation. RED-TAI'E RKSt I ET.S. We have not before commented on the BX traoralinary ali?play of reil-tape in the mattei ot searching for the bodieB ?>f the victims ol Kho Conten et. lit?*, loo evident raooone. Wt hoped that there WOJ IOOM exjdatiatioii and BlOOee for an oflicial apathy which is dis? creditable to all who are in any way rcsp??nsi hle. And we have been uimilling to do enj injustice by hasty judginints. Hut no excuse Is offered from any source, and it was not until yi'sterdny, live days ufter the lire, that search was begun for tho bodies, and 'then only one was recover? d. under all these ciicuinstanrcs, wt think we are neither unfair nor har?>h in sayiug that it is | fortunate citcumstance that we arr .?>oon to have a successor to ihe Coronet' who ? tOtOd to or.b'i- ilii?, work ?Ion? ?util lie ?.?til.l ask the Controller through the regular tluui nel of comiiiiiiiication win, was to bt>nr the exnenee. Tho Police e_fieiole who locked tin* prompt decision tt) ImpraOl not only then Jone, but all the idle bystamlers into the work of t, " thOOgh thev ki cvv Hie ?off ni? w? n? beyond uni ami past sulVeiing, an? hardly of tho stamp 4>f men the ? ity cm sul'a-ly liust in a great <iud trying WB-TMOTT V.i ihottld dielike very much tO have lorn landlord i ic Scrooge ol po ownm win? ooldlr calculated that interest would compel hit lessees to clear iiway the rubbish at their own einense, and, in regaining th.-ir buned prop? erty, to remue the huni-d bodies. And vre, should as heartily distrust tl* t??o ?rueful ami calculating tenants who s, ,.,pc?l to consider 'he . fleet Bgon tin ir iiisnranc? of any g? lierons cfTir's of tln-ir? to mover ihn ? bat ? ?I I? mains of t luir BBfbrtB?BBS SBflpl All are alike disci? i!it?d by their imb ?i.-iori and t lui i ?old ivdifl? r? n? ?? to the OOOBBBOnOBt d?ctales of human BBt-CO. What should hriva been dene in tidi Inotnnee noaded no fore? thought or BBpariOMO to jiroinpt it. it was bumanlty, , ?iom, which tihould hare at anca BTgad and guided ail hunda. 'I'liis uni'?-, ling ?1. lay und nOBJOO. have ??i.-agn-eablv impressed the public Mini, Wo bone tin? offidala will take naming, and th.it tin- next time gnat calamity OTcrtakae us ?suddenly, and common huuiavity di 11,,.,'ids our ? 11, there Will be IK? ?iV'f ?1..-.?-' roll-lUat'otl aa to whaf PopartBBont of tho City QoTurn? iii.-nt hh.'ll bear the expense of rebelling tho ?snored d. Bdof a publie diaaater. J JUS HIRE. The BCaaOB Ifl .Jauus-f.icerl, and -.viril?? it ??mile? lire BnntU Clans him-elf on the voutig *t?i*. hath a scowl on the oth.r side of ltfl ?IttOUth foi ih? l'--t of us. foff tl.?- in? I'liii-holy time is come of paying I?.Us. Jn ti.*- w. i k ;Jl the Deeeoaarii *t whnrowiti we oon-fortod our bodice during tbi year, all the plenaanl little luxnri? s.to w.'ii? h we invited ovr.-oi i-, pi? suit the sting which tiny itiv.ni.ibly haro lefl be?? hind. ThO OOOt il ?'hl, the OOOOJBOtB huig BgO dust which we hit at our sweeiheutt's ?loor morning after nioining; ev.-n the wine with which we oonaolad um bachelorhood on ( iui?t BflBS l>ay has bee? tirunk and foigotleti; but now come the avenging ghootB Of thOBBI B fluttering ?hoot of yellow envelopes with trail.ne-t itntl ino*t BUggeetiBB uf lneln-i.!?.-. which meet us?t bie.iki'a-l. ami pUM I day. What were the Eu_M?ldeO t" tkeOO Furieal Orestea, apparently, hud good Jock.? and ready wit enough to wheedle them Minerva too out of hi* -enteiice; but what could good looks avail him BgnlUBt an angry tailor's lull ? It lantiass with Battened poehot boohabefore us, for solemn thought, for reaaarse, tor weighty good intention*. '1 In- in??*' pious tether ??t a family tiiul.-hiinself as full of gOOdl-OOloi DIM on New-Year's as pegan bell Iteelf i- i : to i.e. Not ??a?- of u*, p' rhapa, fron tin- honao* keeper with lu r in.irk?A-book in hainl to ilio would-be Bardanupulua ol ? Bowery clerk, who doeo n"' -" b a-i ?>u this on?- weeh of the >*ar count u|) our reeourcoo and boneatly detemihe to n tr? nch. In all probability the "-??lu-Mil1 riini'iiiit to JUS! mulling. M??i - y ?nil bi- .-< .Deal fear, while nothing i? BO bard i" break i a babil "i ipending it. by i lamily or a ringla number of it. Verj fl ?v women and few?! nun hav, thai kind ol .-? lf OOtttrol which niables then to -Hat ? v.-rv ?lay in the year in order to bit the burilen liom the invi.-ible hist one. A -t.'.teiuent made lately in the Eugjiafa pa? pers may help ttfl to thi* wholeaoUM control it we eonaider it rightly. A retara l..i* i.? ?-n mail?' to l .irh.inieiit <>f th?- re?tala of all houses in the kingdom. Loin wiiieli i? deduced tin- -tailling but that " n B l.u.il of iiiillioli ".liie- and piineea tin- BUmbt r Of really coni "foitable people i* bs* than 1 j- per c ni of the M?population.11 By the "cetufortnblo11 is meant a family owning or renting a bon?.-?t f "00 I a-r .tear, or ovi-r; "a householder," says tbe Spectator, "who is ?>nt of the daSB of the "anxious, intends lo give hi* children a fair "education, and'can contemplate a holiday "without any sickening feeling ?>f despair. It "implies, in London, a bouge coating "and au III000B0 Of not ICOO than *t-1,? h^J ; and "in tin- country a rental o? |7IPaad an in "comeof feOOO. While, therefore,"' it e .,, tinn.es, "every \ear BMB I new millionaire en ??t?-r society, it i.- an tindoubted fact tiial only i Familie- In Cnat Britain are eosufort "able. (?ne iu eight only of the population " need not regard a eon reign ai b reft Borioui '' -uni, ami only t<? four in a tln.u- ?ml i.? a li ? . "pound note uot i most important amor " money.'' Here is mat'? r foi n flection for BS. While tho ratio of expenditure hen- iu the i-ities is so much heavier tli.it BO man with an income of only ibfroo could command In New . In i-. ,,f the grade BOOM?Me t?> him in London, the ineome of ?ver*, man willing to uoik is at li-.i -t double thai which the bbbm amount ??f skill, i- nowl? ?ivre, and imlu-tiy would conquer for him in Greet Britain. The taeehaaie, who in Englai ?l would renard the "taking In" <>f a ?Inly paper aa an nupnrdon able extravagant'?-, lure can atl'.nl a nenie of life not ??lily coinl'm tabla but, to the Kngii-h view, InZUriOUa. The farm-hand here, with bio COOy house, patch of gronml, ami plentiful provender, the year round, of b.un.i, ,-hi?l .? ns an?! ?pie, la Dotaetahire would ohew hi* black bread n_BBoaatened sate b> hud, on Sundays?, with a chance of meat once in ihi year. The moral of which is, in brief, that mon. y ??ou?es in so easily in this country that if com? mon sense rubs a m.m'.? outlay there reaaon why any famiiv aii.itt- the rauh of abaolute paupera should I?. in debt on last week of the yiar. It? ctV, et il. - i- i n. \i year, the first eonsideratioB should b I i pitch our tent where our income will go fui ihe-t. The salary or wages irhleb in Row* York will rent a loom in a IcnfBMBlihlMloe. will comma!.?l in an Inland fon i i I dwelling and corresponding comforts; -.?'..ay and umges being jv*t sa sure there, * ad ne risk, among the friendlier tillage folk, of starvation. The second consideration is, that money which con.is TJflSffj is apt Io g<? Ifl Ihe ?same alippeij fashion. Paahiooah?u ia ?' ave. or Deliver, With thoil c??nvi n;i m.'.i mi, their iilcessan! Bpteg, lilch ?lady f"'"i l-M PUIBS that ??dil dollar which bit? h the w< at ih.? end of the year. Lei m i?'?l ?'.i? good-bye, l ht'ii, and I - ?>f our neighbor out uf our calculation in the next twelremontb's expenses, and we - I ?????? OUT ?r?-'lil?ir* ?*it!i ?'.rlil '*? i [ri nil ?pockets when ihe ??eu .e.n of ;; dawBS. Tbastrikasf the poetskon in Lsadsu I I |i?-.?l?li' M wi?inlii'ins< how ths-y sheulsl m :, In-lit if It ? Kris should ?ivs'.uit altugetlier ; ami tms lui- _?______. ??ul ihe lucl that tlit-iii are at ?lbs paBItB vt luno ?si liondi.u about o",non lutin 1? of pt-tnilt-uui. ami tl:.il rtiiiiut vi'.iHti ?ui.ru banahi sis on their wbj to u?s I lilted KingdoOt? 1 h, ? MIM- et -il. !? ?i-'.l. ? I ? ? ?> ?inn ?lull ii- si a ;n-? il,?e IgUffBB altor?'. ?- I hy thoughts of what wmiM l.upi eu n? I ? ? ' ulI this I'.-M-oli-'uii taka Ago, ?h. Voit '.'.'. (, points out thai "-? tots! iMiiiniusti.'ii of tl ?mull? 1st? is, ilwpi evcu it woiKaecaUuaii.t Itisu ?total ?laikue.sfl.' All ktwt til?- citr tk?' !i?e?i?lo?.io.l .p.uroii? which ii habit our park*? tire A) in?' t*?r want of tit?- foud lust IB I tie eiszht.-i'ii luehSB ot ?now that ?nil m " t*t$ tiht city. Weiiust in? huiuai.o ui.iu vtiU hui i" ?? ai... l.cloro-iiidoora f??v nunsb-t ior th?*?- pool M.iny i>?t|?s.?TiB who hitvr? alr^svly partelvetl ili.n WruiU Law I?, u i.v.I<?! i" tbfli i??? * eharlt] bj iimia ol ?hole U?.k? el I ? i'tli'i