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CSjfttt have lxeu tuallwl to all holders of r. g ster.il tanto AU boiidholdt-rs who hal. not let-l.S. a copy, and who wish t??han?in th? inn. tit??.I th? santhnsa of Iks sand ?n.i ttsp _rty at tin- appmaclditi Ml?. are r? foaMst (<> BSnd their nain? s sad i-oatotUce l??ldro-.s. tjt_-*_l di i ay, to 'lill' Pi ?i'l!.t*IM_ t??ii_iirri*K, N P. K. K. r-1'..i ! iiliit-ay?., Kssr-Ysrk, ?oihat ? MM of the plan acoo-npni icd hy ? synopsis o? n.e ino?Iill??t1 dt? cr.? of lor sj.?_urc uud sale hy l.'io V. ti. I'ourt, ina?- be inadisl t?. thetu A. TI Ni-.i! 1 TOO, Retl-Q-_ai--_tf-nitttsa n p. v.. B On f)KH III l.'l'.ilV H ?' \l W-Ptl'KK I'll?.' I"! VTIfM?.? Tin- Fosti issterol Strm _'ort n. Pe_i___. ls?t r pert??, laths Tistii ?I* 1 fiiiiiiiisi t'n ii-'ii' of ]i .?i. '?? ; iii h m i.v o;.1 h ti .(sr pul ii 'tied in Vii? 1 ?tv ?ti it ' recel ?r 1 tlMoaa s.-ut fr"?n tit Ncrs Vor:? off.? ?to Its rettttsr -? ?'?- n'a-.n uinlirtln' law r.siulm 4 i.-.. parmi ' '-?f i?.-t-???''- '? hoi..j..* ng 1? tin? c?->? 1 tia] pait oi th* import Pin.in'.? st ?n noa] ist? ? to i'-? ular ni ?.Hil., rs. PoafiTS pnld. Ti.tiiNr.. 7?\:t:i- ?i-i.liii 110 /. old. .; ? 11 "? .-J .'?? Tim... ??.'??I'i H,ti :t2 VT.ulil . -.'.?,'.10 17'- ?I? The tin illation til T,n lint sa ihronr*i ?I.?- imula ia thus B???n to sajmntBt than thai oi Th? World Bad THnet towbtntd, bt lltftt o? Ti.e ??rrj .. 11 ! 2 i./i.-> . ..in). iii?l, al.! marly as preat ?, 1 hat of all 11.:n uf Uw ? otherui'>rntiiirp.i|i.?>. rorotlier la? is ni lit? t?*-.i to mi v.iio, r? sfeowlat I"HS iii usrs etreols L-'ii lo 1? ile Isrtest >?< ant pajicr 1.1 .Vc? \orAuiuoug Uioh.st l>--..]'l., ???? Bp rial J* TH..MU VE Till TRIBUNE I I>Ait y TniBUBK, Mu? SubtCTlbtrt, $10p??r annum. Srvti-\\ 1 . ki.Y ? Bli " ?*' . M;ul Mil?.cril -,-rs, $;5 per an. pRTl___J,Y Tkiiti np, M:i-'iSiilwci-iberH. BjBnag annum. A ?I v ? r t 1 1111 B Kate?. I?ui y 1 iiiiiiAi:, 30a -i'??*. 4?c. *?0c. 70o. and $1 per lim?. Fkvh-U>p.*.i y Tim iNP.25 and ">0 cei.t-? pt?r linn. ?Vkkkiy Iiuui'm:. __". 9$, _____ |? per line, A* cording to |x__itii>ii in th?? paper. I Tenus, e___ in a?lva:ite. A?l?li? ?a. Thf. Triiu'Hk, Nnw-York. Tin. 1?tn v TniBI S v will lie inaileil, postpaid, t?. MJ-dl-lt-t 1.' ni li \tlll I?' 1 Illili;?*?! tvlieiu-ViT r.? nn?vtt<ti' in ti.?' I Hit?'! States <?r ('aiia'la, one munt li f*?r II; in Grant ___._____, (?ennaiiy, Bwit-H-rlnndL, 3-iis-sii?. Turkev, Italy, 8wt__n. Bnd N..rtv??v, for fe-l C'il, and in 1'run. ?? fal Bl 7s. Till- Si mi-\\ ickki.y 2'mni'NX win he sent three mont li?, or ___? Welkly ti uiiii'si six Btootht. for the sam*' amount. I'orKt'11 unahU <o obtain TiiK Trii?iM' In any of the train?, beata, or ?o,, U in which A it tutualh/ told, trill co? gie Bfnmt by mwfmrwttep this o_?t? of the uixunutance*. I ?VMI lltANrn OPPim OB THE TRIRUNK. Nkw Tomb ?Ho. X.'SAh Bratudwar, corner Tbirt.v ?irst-st. ; N??. :it>s \\ etl T'vciity-tlui'l-st., rorner '.ilflit'i-ive. ? No. 7i;<> Thir*l-av??., OTt-tf Forty __t-'Vt*iit!i-Mt.; -?'ti, _.'.:>?*<? Foiirlli ave. (Harlem.) lino iki.yn?No. :;_.'-! Wns_-_i?gton-t_., tie_.tdoor to the l.i.t-otl.rc. I I'ltii.AKKi.piiiA-No. 112 Pi.ut.i Sixih-st, VVa?.iiin?.I'?.\? ?**-<>. 513 F<i,iit?-n?i---t. ? I/is don?No. RA Fleet nt_, K. ?. Adverti-??::i?-nt? a ul ?ntiseriplinns are r??c*-?iv??d at |?tibl_?liei'f? rates, and ningle oopietof Tiik TkiiiI'NB tuay al ?vat? be owtiaed at all tim abut-?, uliu.-.i. TIIK TRII-l'NK'?? MOltTHLT CAI.F.vriAR. ,fa*tr Meat iifurem a\d*)mtat Bit rio gi 0/ th* mon4 li: ?the _a_fl_| ona* th? dop of the amar. _ i Bon. Von. ru.? Weit. 1 Thor. | Kri. I Bat. Inly.. I" ! . ! . I 1'i-s I 2 i? 8 is? i t I *> ? I*? 6 'B' 7l"S H lal . 9 I VU I 1?? 1?1 11 :_t 12 t" IS I? 1 14 It? IS 1*- ' III If-" 17 HB 1 s ii? 1ft ?a? ' '??li t-'l 'ii to Bit JOS 1 ta to I 04 in, I *.", an '?ia na 11 % . -ih ma . ?_? mo . ao 11? ' 31 ?11 m ?FOUNDED BY HORACE QREELEY MONIUY, Jl'LY 12, 1875. TRIPLE SHEET. THE NEWS Tilla At'JR.tlNG. FoBvir,*..? The BMBtben of tl.e Am? riean Kifl?? /Team have arrivi-d a? _..!inl?uri;h. __= Auioiik tlie |?n.-t>iic;? captured by the Alfoiisists at t'antavieja pjvere a HriKadii?r-.i?-n'-rHl and 170 other officers. Um. litirrt-Kiiray is actively pursuod.-The ?Turkish student? at fans have bes'n r?_?call?*d to bt Bilucatod at nu instittitiou to be ?>rgau__?>d at hotue. D??vii*-? tic?Judge Killey of Pennsylvaniaspokeat fi onuBstown, Ohio, _?atur?lay, au?l advocated a paper Karmi?-)', baited on the cre-Jit of the nation, at the B-enie-ly for the business troubles of the country. x. :_. ? TheRatheriug at Cai?. May f.?r the regatta is ?n extraordinary one. __?_. The j clio tv luvet i_ <i__ ?ppciiriiig from l\ i?**a.-ola. ( CITY and Si'Bt'BiiAN.?The Hoard of Apportion mi.iii made the fillin? of the Harlem Flats a _pt?cial ?or?lcr for to-day, and authorised H-titMttt- ^lt?0, OOU in aaiesHnient bouda. ___=-__ At tin? ojiening day's races of the second m?M ting of the Monmouth Fark _*iss??(iati??u,R?8k,BigFell?>w,BayI'-n(?l,an(ll><a<lhe?*-:l -?vere the wiuniiitt liontee, Hay Final taking the |fn__. nnonth Soquel St-vkes. - '1 Tie Ker. Morris A. Tyng ?prenched the ai.t.u.ii sermon l.? f?.r? the Orangemen's lodges- =- Thom?? Connelly, a Brtioklyn sh.?e maker, revongefnlly threw a brick at a woman and crushed her child's h.nd. =_=_-- John Barrett, in quarreling with George Van Vonit at Lotitbiirg, >*. J., about a game of base ball, fat.tlly injured Von Vorst with n batetick. ~-~ (Jold, llf% HH^ lieV (?old value of the legal-tender dollar at the elote, >-u3iocents. Till*. Wkathkb.?The Govetnm?snt report prtvlicts clt?4_r Tte*ther. - I h-riuoui-ter m tint city yt? terdAy. -W?. ?4?. T7?. Reader? leaving toten for the Summer can hate Tub I'ailt 'l?RiBi ne mettled to them at any addreevt, and the nddre*t changed at often as dum I, postpaid, for $l.per month. m Um latrnt advicot of the preparations for Hie g.?*at College Kegatta, which i? now near M kuMaV indicaU? a cJosely -out-eat-o?!, and i uni?.'??, iutcnittiiig roux. Our Mtnv-pood*. , . ? i iii whai eack tttrw i? <l<?in^. Md shows l . ii.il o? viii-iio? ti to the i-??Hi????* O? Ui-HO which aro bcliovcd to havo way ch.auco what? ever of winning the prize. ?? I-t would socm from the speech of the Hon. W. I). Kelley, at Youngstown, Ohio, on Sat? urday, that this tli.stiniriiirthc.il g]>cakor on finance had taken the stump for the Demo? cratic platform in that State. At all event? his speech will bo accepted m u great lift for the Allen ticlcet. ? ?? Our ritteburgh, Penn., loiter shows another city striviug to extricate itself Idhi the ruinous state into which it has been plunged hy tho rule of a municipal lung of tlie Tweed and Shepherd pattern. Tho Fittsburgh votera gave noi ruin wanting to the leaden? ef li?t Hing laut Fall, and it ia to lie hoped tliat they xvill have ti io courage to complete the good wuk at the nest election. At the Ore?,,, Oiovo Canip-.nc7Y-\\'.'^>n s*"-t lii day the.o was some preach.; g of u kimi ASH . doe? not oft-, n hear iu New-Yoi k or its vi? cinity. Tho Iiev. Mr. Osl>ornc of Georgia, whoso sermon ia outlined on another page, was the preacher. The Ocean GfOYC meeting is a gathering of believers in holnitss and full sanctification on earth, and it is marked hy many peeuliaritit-3. ? Tho statement (hat tlie Canal Connu(arion has onlcred certain contractors to produce their books, and means to enforce the order, is au indication that although the Commission has been very quiet about its work it is doing it well. There is no good reason why an honest contractor should refuse to obey such a requirement, and the Commis? sion is right in persisting in its demand. -?? In the trial now going on nt Columbia, South Carolina, ex-Treasurer Nilcs (?. Parker has an Opportunity of proving that the King of Carpet-hagg?*rs who so long controlled tin* finances of thal State were not so blackus they have been painted. The evidence printed to-day shows pretty clearly that ij?500,000 in "oii)ions were stolen or illegally issued from tin; treasury; it remains to he seen who was the thief. Some new causes for the victory of our lifle li .in at I'ollymount are added hy the mail**. Our men ?seized fr?quent opportunities for practice; the Irish only took ?i few hours for this purpose, the ?lay befoie the match. After Ihe shooting at 900 yards bogan on the 39th, the sun caine out: this was favorable t?> the Americana-, says Tlie London Times, bemiM tim Irish are ls*tter used to cloudy weather. Lah; dfapoaahei state that the Scotch team started for Wimbledon befoie our riflemen reached Glasgow. This dispels the hops of a test of skill between the Americans ?ntl ihe present holders ol' the Elcho shield, at all events till after the British International Hatch. Two notable educational ns-ociat ions?the American Institute of Instruction at Fiovi denco and the University Convocation at Albany?have eland annual sessions of un? usual interest. The. proceedings of each have been reported in our columns, and their clos? ing exercises aro described to-day on our fourth page. One of the most interesting papers read Itefore tho Institute, was that of Miss Anna c. Bracket! of this city on " Tlie Belatioa of tho "Medical and Kducational Professions," of which we give an abstract. In the University Convocation Mr. William Channing bussell, Vice-Fresidcnt of Cornell University, deliv?red an earnest and instructivo address in eulogy of th? late Ezra Cornell. Again unfavorable reportai so far as Unding gold is concerned, -come to us from the Black Hills. The eoenapondenee which wa print to? day shows that while there may be gold there in quantities that would pay for extraction when capital and machinery are, brought to bear on a large seale, even that is uncertain. Tho "poor miner's paradise," where placet diggings and hand washing are profitable, is not in any of the gulches which the expedition hal yet visited. The miners there have many ex? planations of their want of success up to the present time. As explanations they are plaus? ible. But the fact remains that all the gold hitherto found in the Bindi Hills is about enough to make a toothpick apiece tor the In? dian liiug. _ Filling the llailem Flats, or rather the npnlication of the Hoard of Health for nn appropriation of f.'iO.OOO for that purpose, is made a special order of the Hoard of Estimate and Apportionment to-day. The people ol' this city expect from the members of that Hoard the exhibition of a better spirit in regard to this important matter than has been shown by some of the Aldermen. Tho Mayor on Saturday favored the plan of transferring an unexpended balance of Health Department appropriations, amounting to something over $20,000, to the work of filling in the Flats. Whether by the transfer of unexpended bal? ances or in what way you will, gentlemen of the Board of Apportionment, the people of New-York expect that this outrageous nuisance at Harlem shall lie abated, and abated effe? tu all.v, and the quicker the means for it are fur? nished, within due warrant of law, the better. The statements of Capt. McDonald of the Eighth 1'olice Precinct, made to the Bpedal Committee of the Assembly on Friday, that the evil resorts in Greene-st. and Woostor-st. were so kept in chock hy the police that the offensive obtrusion of vice in its worst forms no longer existed there as of old, are so flatly contradicted by the cxjierience of persons who have to ride up town in Broadway cars as to lead to the inference that the Captain does not kuow, and perhaps does not wish to know, nearly s?i much about his precinct as lie should. The personal observations of some mataban of the Select Committee, who were much surprised by Capt. McDonald's as? sertions, convince them that the half was not told them. In the Eighth Frecinct and in other parts of the city they found so much of revolting indecency and conspicuous v*ice ex? isting without interference from the police as to till them with disgust and indignation?feel? ings which will lie shared by every person who cares for the fair fame of this city. If the la? bors of tho Bpadal Committee shall spur the pilli.?' to a crusade against the dens of infamy and crime which so abound in New-York, it will not have lived in vain. Although the time allotted by law for gather? ing the census statistics of the city expired a week ago, and tho extended time has only three days to run, returns aro yoi lacking from ninety-seven of the five hundred and fifty seven election districts. The returns already tiled, however, give a fuir idea of the manner in which the work hue been perfoiined. and I furnish material for the estimates an?! sum- I mary of results given in another cohuna of ; Till. Thiii'jnk. The attccffl in charge of the cuu-aiu? belle ve that the Uilul ??onulaUou ot (he city will not fall short of 1,200,000; and while some of this incmw-M-i most bi- cie?*lted to tho reoently anuexed wards ii must lie admitted that the actual increase in tho older portions of tho city has been veiy large. Indeed we haye the fignros to show that a singlo Ward (the Nineteenth) has 14,000 more inhabitant* now than were re? ported live years ago. In 1870. according to the genera! census of that year, tho total pop ulation of the city was 020,341. Of course the work of enumeration ha? not been exempt this time from the drawbacks heretofore found; but there is reason to believe that it has boen ?lone a little better than usual, and the r? : ult. xvhilc more or less imiccurate, will be iu? near the tru.h us we can arrive under any sy.atem of census-taking yet devised. ONE CHANCE LEFT. The "Republican party in most rcgi-un his accepted ("en. Grant's third term lett ? willi la/iV*"* tiio Ptaddent doubtless considers In deni l. ?ila? ??t.i. The'r conventions, with few exception*., m?he hast:' ? ?. ?i-provc that docu? ment for what it dn-es not OtktwmtJtmj th'' w'1'' drawiil of his miine from considcialion and ?..". expression of opinion against a second rc cle-ilion. Two or three Southern State Con? ven'. ?o-is, it is true, hnvo persisted in nomi? nating the President for his own succ?issioii, but in every considerable Northern State the Republicans have seized upon his modified disclaimer of candidacy as an excuse for de? claring against his continuance in power after next year. From this time foi ward, until the Republican Convention meeta next Spring, wi? nced expect to hear very little i.i favor of the expediency or necessity of his nomination, ex? cept lioni an occasional gathering of tim Hes? ters and Caseys of the South, or from tin* half articulate muttering* which mingle with the clatter of the. culinary utensils handled by the kitchen organ at Washington, liven the most devoted of the President's adherents fed that they can now safely waive the question of his candidacy? The post musters in a thousand villages could say the morning after we printed Oen. ('rant's Whito letter, "I held some slack " allegiance till now, Hut now inv swonl's my ?'own."1 Tlie smaller fry of third term people have aln.uly begun to seattet their ti? rot?oU among their local great men, and they are doubtless writing by hundreds to Mr. Blaine, Mr. Moiton, and even incurring the expense of ocean postage to assure Mr. \\"ashburne iliai he is tlie only man who in their opiniou can heal the wounds of the Commonwealth. Hut then is a little ring of Third Term peo? ple who never will give ep until the Consti? tution and the almanac both stand in their way. They still trust that Geo. ('r.uit is stronger than any other one candidate, and that local jealousies and prejudices will pre? vent a union of the Ihpublii ins on any oin? else. They take heart of hope in hearing New? Y'ork men nay Blaine is a bright fVIInxv but? and then diverge into references to those mighty powers contracted in pent-up I'tica; in hearing lkistow damned with faint puise in Wisconsin, and \\'ashburne men mildly but firmly reminded in Indiana that M is true the West should always have the l'l.'s'dent, but threo times ruimirig is as much as Illinois can modestly demand. Unless, during the coming Winter session, some one lh-puhlican shall take by force of merit and character the undisputed post of leader in the patty, it is going to lie difficult tm- a national convention to nominate a strong and available candidate. This is the foundation of the hope yet entertained by sin c<re ('runt men. There comes an hour in every political con vei.lion when a strong anil Organised movement by men of xxiii and pur? pose can cary anything. Judd nominated Lincoln at Chicago by his disposition of the Seats, so that the. doubtful delegations should be caught bj the contagious yells of the Bau splitters Supporten. The nomination of Bey? moor at the very instant when the programme called for the nomination of Chase was another wonderful instanc?- of I convention stampeded by a resolute movement of a few men. The Republican Convention of next year is not likely to be so Steady and wise as to make Bach an incident impossible. If a long wrangle Should tike ?.lace ov? r the platform and the Organization, and if this should be followed by a protracted series of ballots for a half dozen candidates, when the patience and the nerves of the delegates began to give way, tho "psychological moment" would come. A man of good presence, fair size, and strong voice? like our own Senator for ?nstame, whoso Gothic beauty seems made for such orr Ill-Mil? could nominate Grant in a neat speech of three minutes as the only savior of society, and the convention might do the work required by hysterical a??Lunation, before they knew what was the inattei with them. This is the plan i.ow talked about among the innermost circle of the faithlul. It is not so absurd or im? practicable as it might at lirst appear. If such a thing should happen it would lie a subject of regret only fiom one point of view. It would iusure the election of a Democrat, and whether this would prove a national dhUMter or not depends largely upon the result of the Ohio election this year. If Gov. Allen should now be elect? d on a platform of inflation und incipient repudiation, it would be well nigh impossible to prevent tho samo detestable principle! from controlling the Democratic conventions of next year. The fact that an election eau be carried by such means would re enforce the ruscality latent in all political organizations, so as to give an easy victory to the advocates of linancial dishonesty. If the (?rant scheme should then succeed a dilemma of the most exasperating sort would be set before the independent and intelligent voter. The one side would say to him " You know "what a Grant Administration is; do you "want it for the rest of your lifer and the other might respond with equal point, "Tho "leading issue before the country is honesty "or repudiation ; you know how Grunt stands "on that." But we will not take all these nightmares for granted. Mr. Allen is not yet elected and Grant is not renominated, und if the people of common honesty and common MAM take a little pains to prevent it, neither disaster will happen. __________ roi ICE REORGANIZATION. The change lately made in the Inspect??!1* Department of the Police has enlarged the responsibilities and increased the sAeieney of several of the moat capable and ex pi ric need officers who were previously tm m> many fifth wheels to a very lumbering eonoh? Each of the four Inspectors hi- Wen made dirccily rcsponsible to the Superintendent for a di.-tin | composed ot six or eight pie? lint? ox? i xxiii, li .sii1m.ii1iii.iU' captains preside ; an organisation analogous to the diwhioii, brigade and regi? mental system of the army, giving to the polie?? force something of military organisation xx Iii. li it ne\ cr before p<?*>-?-??-ed, but xeiy much ne? ?led. laatoad of dividing the responsibility tm the i-i ?.in i couiuiand of the force? tina v, ill iu et feet concentrate it. Th? Superintendent 'will he relieved from the ?msideration of many details, and tritt thus bo given opportunity for moro general study of hu* ooiumand ?md tho requirements of the city which he is to defend. These fonnerly onerous duties, now divided among four Inspeetors, need not oppress cither, and yet will require close and constant attention from all. Each will now have the watching and directing of flvo or six precincts. Under tho former organir-ation the Stiperin tendent had to know the ____*__? of thirty-five precincts. This was so ne,?:iy impossible that in tho pa?t each corrupt aaptma liecame a little tyrant in Iii*? precinct, nii'.us ing power rnd levying tribu..*. The ? b_an___a__. and ao? tho Superintendent only, j will heunftcr Ik? lu-ld n .?p.imdblc for the good j conduit of the several captains umhr their i control. Before, the ward detective-, _____ tim ?:ipt litiH formed tim lilli o rings for tim simili- j tan? on? protf? I ion ma phut*]?- ol' the ciiinin.l ?Iii.,.?; m ;tii?l illili) tr.'.iii'i l.iTH of their vitrions precincts. II* in'ef ?rth these itojei munt U-dude j captain, and lotpe-tot-. and ti? th-?cxt"iit:.uch , c?iiiii|iti?in Ih-cwuc.. mote diilicnlt. '..It is i siibjicl of .?piillation, fHither, j th.it the i,\"W organization ?jives tlie KtpOUl Me din? lion o. the fort? to such men as Walling, Dilks, Spcign?, Thorne, and MeDcr mott, who have grown np with t?i<- ?orce, Mm of whom it can be more, truly said than of any other?, in the service, that they have made it a tstnd.v and a puifftun. ?ind have w??n promo? tion less hy political intlneiice Uian hy personal effort. Dut after all, this change doe? not go to tim roo! <?f I he ?'vii. We ?lo not iiman to say that , tin- present Commissioners can apply tim true remedy. They Btaj reform tim police, bat ! cannot reform themselves. Tim radical defect in the organization Be? in the method of ap? point in? tho hoad,?in t!m .?election of the Coiiiiiiis.'-ioneis thcm_s*?lve?i. The department which of all others should l?e conducted upon non-partisan principle-, it is the first which j taeee___itl political parties attempt to _ei_e j after each election. The ??ne which ought t<? ! lie the last to int?'rf?re in political movoiiieiitH, it is the branch of local government, which ex? ercises the greatest intlneiice at all election.-. And that they may be us? ful to the dominan! pftlty, Commissioners have hitherto been chosen for their active devotion to their political leaden. Personal ttHtlni-y ou the late Mayor Davern? ycr's part and a little common senso on the part of Mayor Wickham have given us a Hoard lan objectionable ou this score than many which preceded it ; hut it is hy no meant perfect. And f?>r ??hvious naaoni it cannot he. The method of appointment and removal, the uncertainty of the tenure and term of service, the lack of incentive to effi? cient conduct, detCf instead of attracting the beal sen ice of UM best men. There is nothing to induce a man, hy hope of preferment, to Kit?- np his ltiisiiK-ss or pm__a_ion for the un? certainty of servi?'?' on a commission of this kind. Not until there is absolute divorce be? tween the police and political organizations can there bo hope ol' a thoroughly good police. it is dillie ni i t*? tell bow such a reform is to lie brought about (save by constant agitation of tim question), hut the truth remains the nanie that the great di feet in the New-York polic?' lies with Um head. EOT IN TEAT ETTIE A number of post-oliico ?'lerks are roporl?-d to have appli?-?l to Mr. Jewell tor advice under exa-peratiiig dillicultics. The political collector is ?.oing aumin! willi his contribution box. making up a pin se as usual for the Autumn cainnaign, and the clerks are anxious to know if they really must pay. The penalty of re? fusal heretofore has been well understood, and they dare not face it. Bat they have heard a great deal lately ?iliout reform in the atlminis ti.ilion, about a n<\t- era in politic*?, about an application of bu iness principle?, to the man? agement of publi ? allais, and especially about ? thorough renovation of the Poat-OfBtt De? partment ; and it hits occiiiied to them as just barely possible that tin- Civil Sit vice Kule which prohibits political ______________ is at last to be recognized by tim authority which en? acted it. So they apply to the Po-tauMter QaiMfal for instructions. Mr. Jewell, however, has nothing to say, and it is not iiujioKsihh. that hi? is quilt- as much in the dark as his subordinates. We think we may safely assure the per? plexed office-holders that refOMB will never bo carried so far?at any rate by this Administra- ' tion?as to cut oil the principal source of tim party revenues. The l'resideut's prohibition of political assessments was never allowed to in t? rfere with the practice for a moment, and was never intended to. And the Administra? tion certainly is not going to begin now to keep titi hands out of the Dockets of its ser? vants when it? existence depends upon carry? ing the next ?State elections,?anti when tim Civil Service Huies too have be?'n abolished in consequence of the neglect of Congress to do something?? we never exactly understood what ?to prevent the President from violating his own regulations. There are some reforms on loot; several of the Departments uro making laudable efforts to collect their dues and to punish private citizens tor cheating;the Got ? rnineut ; but as for stopping the exactions of the Government levied by its political agents ?oh, that is a different matter altogether. Geu. Graut is not that kind of a reformer. THE BLOOD OF THE GA ROWE. Details by mail bight? n the terrors of the picture of devastation caused by the floods in Bontben France. Four largo and several smaller streu ma descending from dL-tant mountain sid? s, unite in tho Uiver Garonne liefore it reaches a level country where its l?ed is shallow and its banks are low. This is one of the five great rivers of France. The basins of the Rhone, the Seine and the Garonne are of nearly equal area; that of the Loire is somewhat larger ; but only the Rhine greatly surpasses any of these rivers in the extent of its tratar*? shed. Here then were all the elemeuts for inundation : a large, shallow river in a flat valley, drawing its supply from numerous mountain sources and a wide area. On its banks is the City of Toulouse, the seventh in the order of size of the large towra of France. Its principal suburb, St. Cyprieii, is on the other side of the river from the main city, and wau connected by three bridges. This suburb is on low ground, and the river touches it on three unies, as if it w? re built upon a cape jutting into the stream. lu the night, | I when nearly all the inhabitants were ash??-p, j tho liver ion thirty feet. It is not dillicult t<? j : |.?T?eive that the consequent disaster was I ? ?.Iden and terrible. 1 he wh'ile story of that night of bonan can nene be told. Corpses have lieen ?mated I bj hund?. .Is. Pi ape. ty lo .t has li-'en _________)_ by millions of ?lullars. Twenty tliounaiitl par tout ni?- lartoeed fiom comfort tu? beggary. Nothing that has ?ver bappaaed in America eau bo oompai-d ta it ???*'? pt Chieajto'i ia? n ???? finO But In that, little over 100 persons per? ished. Tho min there was mitigated by iusur aiioe, by a prompt and otgaim d Rystem of relief, and more than all ly the Opportunities for naming a livi-ig which wen* roon afforded to all tin* sufferers. lu Franc? the poor and laboring clas-es ?ne exceed? ingly frugal. They save ullin prop? erties by eaconnmy unknown to American?. When all that. Kreuch families possess is swept away as it has bCSH on the banks of the i'a ronuc, Uiey are poorer than Americans who may snll'er equal loss, because it is far more dillicult abronii than here to lind new employ? ment, mu! bocanas at. bent tim wages are no low that ye.lrs are repined for sm .11 taringa. O.ie of 11 e chief forms in xi ?lieh these famiHss bad laid aside theil' li ?Ir g.iir.s, was ill clothing and lim li that constituted the dowry of their daughters, and it is pitiable to road of these lurd-earnod t:.;i>ir v. being seal) Boating down the r-cthing waten. Hw vi ?i.'li ?* o.r the flood WOI rema ii. able. Rouses in france a*' more strongly built than here, hu; those that wore left standing troce so wrecked t!:it theil destruction by dynn.r ile is gem ndly Ordered. Btoue pill wawi re dialo-l* ? ?1 ; the grout p.'per mill was ih-iiiolishe?! ; four iron found' ri?**, among the largest in France, Ml swept aw.iy. The sudd? lilies.*. aii?l violenco of this Hood are, as we anticipated, a.-?cribc?l to the bareness of the mountain sides where the river takes its rise. While great forests were there, they held each rainfall in the sod below them, ard lent it moro slowly to fill the torrents below. But the danger of destroying foresta is not the only bi? son of this eaVimity. It suggests th it. while not so Craquent as Arc, there aro other forms of peril to which property ii exposed, for which insurance could afford great relief. Among these might be Included danger from explosions, sueh M that which recently de? molish d a building in Boston, or the odo that not very long ago destroyed a great deal of valuable property !? London, in neither case being accompanied by tire. Destruction by earthquake! might be included la this category, and Han Francisco would probably afford a good held for an agency to ; company offering to insure against inch dam? age. One good feature about this class of in? su; ance would bo that the rate of premium could be made exceedingly low, siuce these forms of disaster are fortunately laro. WITCHCRAFT IS KENTVCET. Mr. Charles \V. Upham, who died the other day in Salem, was the author of au excellent monograph upon the Salem Witchcraft, the most satisfactory history of that lunacy ever printed. Mr. Upham at some future time may have a SUCCCSSOr who will discuss the delusions and dreams of our own day, and prove us not. much wiser, if u little more tolerant, than our fathers. The passion for tho marvelous, the incredible, the supernatural, tterret die* out al? together" and ti.ere are always those who aro ready to follow tho schoolman and to believe a thing merely because it is impossible. Of course, there are more bcliCTCrs now in Witch? craft than there were ?n that dark day of cre? dulity and cruelty ; but the number cannot be settled by the census, ami the wild faith takes too many forms for classification. There is, however, a certain sameness in these aberra? tions?there is the bewitched, tho bewitcln r, and a go-between or niciliuiii, usually be longing to the animal kingdom. This want ol' original method, this sticking to old formulas and PCOOOSBOS. Urould be the lio-st refutation possible of the error if, to begin with, it did not relate itself. Those who are als.ve natu? ral law should be above any established routine and independent of d?-lined processes; and if a witch ii b.ue to be found out by her care of a cat or a goat, or any other four legged familiar, why, with her power of change, should she employ such an assistant f Why not rid herself of such a witness against keri But WC ure lapsing into a serious argu? ment against what is only laughable, living tempted to do so by a new story of wit? lierait which comes to us from Cliuton, Ky., where women even at this time of day havo been accusing other women of bewitching them. There u Miss Berry had a vision of tho male variety. The lato Mr. McDonald visited her in the form of an angel and doctor,vnnd told her what mediciuo to take for a disease which troubled her. The prescription is not given, but it was PH. J?hei. Camp., as likely as any? thing. Angel McDonald likewise informed Mis.s Berry t?ut sundry neighboring ladies were witches, mid would como to her nouso in the form of cats and do her some great injury. Then Angel McDonald went to the place ap? pointed l'or Lim; und we tiU?t that he will stay there. Cats? i hese were tho convincing features of tho revelation. If tho seraph had said tigers, or hyenas, or dodos, or megatheriums, nobody would havo believed him; but when ho Raid .Cats!?it was so natural, you know! Number of cat? in that vicinity; Lady-cats, Thomas eats, night-walkers, catorwaulers, roof-scramb? lers, fence-Jumpers, garden-scratchers?cat? of dissolute and reprehensible ways?cata of a gravity so profound ?as to bo suspicious! All the Berrys at once believed in the cats, and carno to tho coinda sion that tho ladiea who owned the cats should be put to death, accord? ing to the law of the Scriptures, which were duly searched. But thero waa a boy Berry, who suggested, boy-like, that it wouJd be better lirst to let bim try his hand and a few buck-shot upou the cats. So ho took his gun, and in a proud and delightful frame of mind went alter the supernatural animals, with in? tent niortully to poppet them. Unfortunately he couldn't start the game ; and, being con? vinced that the cats and the ladies were identi? cal, ho proceeded to the house, determined to pepper tho ladies, who could trans? form themselves inio tabbies and resume tho feminine form at will. Things were hulking a little too much like manslaughter to lie comfortable; aud so upon proper complaint, boy Berry and all the rest of the Berrys were marched to the linkup, to the great delighi of the cats. In that donjon the family con? tinued to asseverate their betfef that the la?!ies were witches ami also cats, and should be put to death. It was then suggested to them that tink'ss they changed their opiuhms suddenly, they would b?' conducted in a body ta the Insane Asylum. The argument was conclusive. They admitted that they "might he mistaken." The Judge thought that it would Is* just as well if they should give bondi (in $000 each) not to shoal anybody ; ind they pain them. Whether this bond covers the cats of the vicinage, we are not informed. Wv hope so. That is, if they are bOttClt, weil-lnhavcd cats, that "sleep o' nights." Tlie world does .ed* vauce a little. Two hundred years ago there would have lieen a hanging; and it wouldn't h?i\e been u hanging of the i.it.s. Th* hienda of Vale Collt?*-*a ar?- r?j.?i?-?.?l urta th,' naidia of lbs Miiiinier Mamilu tiona. II.i i., v.. in i 330 ?iii'lii.iiit? tor ?illili..-?: ni in ucl' 'm . t ' i .-i. I 17?> scfluiiK to ent*-" tilt acastlfinic ?lep-trtrnent, and hO ?'?.ii-iiLat?* for tli? ?Sheffield ?S? i? i,ttlic Hrhool. tIhto w?-r<? i??-nid?-H aaambar ni applicants fur admis ?ion to th?) lu? li'-r classes. It now ttttM probable that tlio l-'.tll und final ____8_____M- tot this y*or will ?ncrc-ise tbme numb? nt so as to ii_.?ko the next 1'i. iii ii:,-?:i (lu.? ?min !.. r :)O0 or moro. V/lien Mr. Schurz referred, the other ?liy. in hit Berlin iiil'lr*'.??, t<? tin? oppoHition that ??irruption always makes to ??xposuro. Im spok?? at oin* who speak, from bitter experience. Mr. S< Imrz real!/ owos his r?-tiI'a-.iiit'iit from pulilic lift? to the fact thal lu- i..?i?.??..?. 1 ni.tin i<-lit moral courage to attack Um wron,?* ami defend the riidit, indifferent alike to cen Miiti- ami t?i ?ir.iih.'. Ami pre? im-ly the name consid? eration? which no ?l'nilit ofl??n irnvc hits piumi, I..-h<?| the c??ns?-iciiti<>iiK ?oumul.??t. There i? no _______? gmand between cejo pt ______ vdh ewiuiitlua, and tu i n ding ?? indi? t ttith it. lr.itt.is i.ft lo duttaln tecrecy gn>W li-yoiul all boll I, Bad M'ioli.er tht bootet m ?.? ? t -? if iii-* ??iiiiiiiiii.ity, tt hile, on tht other bandi Um ir ??rj?*? erarttotroyt p?pala-.?lit?is? ?Iwnyi i tlian! i?i_ ttiisk- awitkciii the viKil.itit and nu.?? riipul'u. oppotition of th? in*?n au. kod, do* ciad.'. jmV.Ii ?i into a war of ?-?.mi!, i . I aricf-s, ullin? h* ? tlie i__M of otu ?oiintry in f?.r*Mt.i? l.?n?lfi?? nn?l ntl (hat i? f.-w r-mi'-s nitiy li- paattbttL It is ? work for wbteh do ru-ht-minded maa, i ?litifian or cilitor, ran li?t?- a likiof. Onlj i?< *i?l whaammade of iiiiii! Uko to tblOW it. Put tliei?- i- n I oth.-r way in BOtue cases. At lou-, ?it ti,* r- aro rogue... no tv spa pen an?! pabUe nii):i uni-? waga constant war to pre? vent the lew i.oui le MB?af iiii.ii.v'. If seiend mon everywhere would lake fit taMk f)i>ii_;l:i.is'rt ltd vico t<? heart ami ask ??ul.v t?. lie left alone, much would he accomplish.?'! tow.-ivl siilving the future of tho race. The m-gro has beta helped too nillih, not only hy those who nade use of him Cor their own ends, hut hy people abo did what they did in all kimliit.ss. He hat learned too little self r> li.in? i-, ai.ii Caliea loo mu. h int.? Um lialut of think iiiK tliiit ihn wiulil tit?es hiin a lilian? He staiUi out under a free tky, a? no newly ? __.i____fc_tt <1 mm ft*" still'!???! hefore. Bdotalllia i-l to 1m-h:??'? for the a?-k intr, and I ibor in the Smith B?? ks for I:ih??rers; bath politii '1 parti a ar.- embitioaa to secure Iris tapp atti be enooantera nothing t?c.t good-will ob overt banda Let l.itn now "int loo?.?'1?al ov all, from tho car \y th__ggTTti Ii is titne he ttood ni*.!,.-, sim. lictrim to li ,u n ili.it. < io?! belpt ' boat ? li" help i li tnml ves. Then? is adiptomatk breen In ?4iVfw. 1!. -pa-? pen lal ly pablitbed ? u-i id the aitieite neaind hy the flptnith FnToy freo of ?iutt daring the Iml year under the intermit?, nal u.? ci-win? h penaitt rmlietmiloit to import ort iel? t foi ii ? n am i beam? hold coiviin jiti'ii. Milli? mes tod ?IniK?'. tt blah art under heavy Cntttm house ehargi < la Poi 11 \ A. yv dominated in the Htt, Th. re tren HOp-audie. patent m??lien.s, i,:ioo poondt **f eltw i?*?I pr_> ?lucts, i'inl StOOO pounds of tolpbatt of ?it: nie-, ??Hough to last Utbon for a year. There ?? cn idtr* ?Ide atti III .hineilt, not unmix. >1 will imlifj avotl, Hid a bali?_-fined _-_ggm___o thal if tbetiekii ?s m the Km!,a.-__dor*t family bat .ilt.i.ii <? th<- prop r lions th.-se ftgarm imlicat?*, b* bad I ? tt? r be brought promptly witliiu rea* h of his mm pbytidaat al li?me. Col. Oil.leisleeve mm to !'iive t!'.iiii_ht it atete* tary kirtlttipatotheiniprraadon that Uiit eoaatry t\ai " a kn?l of rii.enn'ii." It was only the ?lay ?if 1? r (lit D-Uymooat cont.-st that an Irish pap r apokt *>f at as "a nation of forty millions, who an- familiar \ .Vi the title from theil era !_??;" an?! no doubt it am in cere in thinkiiifjr tliai our _________ nant to Central Park with I.?'.?lim?'!?:.s ?.iuii? totlnir Lacks fur f. al of Indians, irnl thal h*'t 1 sojoiir n i*s in New-Yoril rnnld htm for hntabfatt the buffalo they had ?hoi a,out mari?e. This is the era of ?tafeuients and certificates. A citizen of Missouri itn-nlly took the hlieity ol tlir.i_.hniR' ouo of his iiei-ihliors, andaftertvaitl l?ir* tifiad liitiisi-lf with a paper, on win h a jury of tht vi.i na ii??, consist i'if* of twelve unit nal acfiuauitaii?-?*??, approved of the deeda la tkair ragae ami formal langnafo they bald. M We do bore citify ami con? sider him p-rfc rtlyjustifiable In whipping," _.c. PBnRSONAL. Mr. ninds tone's coUeetioBttai bera sold, aii?l tl.i-i ?lal proceed? amount to ?j-l."-,l?iO, of ttiiu-li %tAJm*A waa realiied fioia pictures. Tlio physician in attendanee upon Robert Dale Owen, In Indiana, giv??s it a-t Ins <?pin!..u thal bl.? pa. tit-tit Is tiniM-ltiMly Insane, Hes-iv* dirtier. The Indian uroi's Journal amii-iui'"?'?, i.i.it tin- ?li? tat is soft? tin?-* of li..i l i ?i.n, an.', that .Mi. (Mti ti vi..in?! .m ? \|" ' U?l l" ?im lOBftr t-I-SU -? toi lillallil. ___?___ Landii findCairafhof Vin-liml bara come, it is saul, to an umiiablu liiiil.rstaii.lliiK of tlieir ?tlffleultles, und have nKT?M_?l t<? forglio anil forifet. Mr. Latidla hss tfreed to I'ty all of tbeOSptBttt glOVlBf out of II ?? ?lu.. t:n_. iin.l Mr. farr? i til has promise, to tiriuii m? ault atlast Lim. It i? Intimated that til' .?.uti trill not let so serions a matter drop so quietly, ani tviil bring ?li?? aaaa Inte ? nut. Mr. i.jihI?s Is said, however, te hat <i I ?U' n lil? il-jiarinre fruin Via. .ami, and uutlii::,. < ?_u be linne lill bo i ? futiml. Mr. John Bligbt vat invited to attend the reoent Tiehbome mtctlii? at Birmingham, bntd?Mliind la tbe iollowluK letter.'.be re.itliiy? of wliieh w_m pttltd wi?i irroans and hlMses: " I thank yon for -u-ndln.; me a tteki t of adiiiiftMou to your nie? tine, although I ?ball not l><? ubi? to avail nijuelf of It? 1 had tht tdTaatafft <>f IIh lennie to Dr. K? nealy for noarly tlirv- hoatt in ti.?* H?ni-s of Commons, and ?lu not Bttppote I ll_o__d learn mon- of Ins views, ?ir txpttltatt any eaaaflt of tptalf, If I were i...lit? mi rour iiii-?!iii_r. I tnust ask rou, therefore, to excuse mo If I do not euiuodown on the Mtb or J??tli." The friends of George Clarke, the a?tor, sup pl.'iiieiitsd the recent beiie?t t*___tt_i hlin pievnnis to his departure for Kuroi?*. with a cordial far? well lu I trip down the bay on Saturday, -ffbo ?tenner Vvilliaiu Fleteher, chartered for the ?ecrtston and carr) in? hI.oiiI lal) invii.il mirots, mainly menii-ers of the dramatic i-n, (_____?,aecoiepanled fits O-farttag tttaattt ?,itininiis <m which Mr. < IarkeaailedfM Utrerpool, t<? wubin aaharl ?listan, e of Sandy Hook, tt lu n th? t. n 1er ittUBt utt am 1 ..been tadeftfapmtad altbtefn a pleasant rtfagett Mr. Clarke. Mr. Arthur Arnold has received tho follow? ing letter from Mr. Qta?t-BBt : " TM? LflMtal pr. m ol London Is, In my opinion, by no means au reiltinlaut in heulthy principle or viKoioiiH action as to be al.U? t*> dis? pense even tolerably with the aid of aB-atptU**1 "" widely ?Ircul.it.-.l ami ??i? Imuoial'l,' and e.l'lv ? ? i ?I i< I I a* The Echo. All ii.u-t aplin?-;..t. the gnMnds >>f tour ovtn iirooe-?lim; In tilts uiiitti-i-, an.) 1 .-nu on ? h nat Hut after a mil table i??-ri<-l of i*.-ih'??- ?mi nny anta, tin hol li Home Mulan.t oixan, -use yuin CQirglta to the pioiuotloU of til?, pulilic welfare." -'?luina.-? 0. ?Shearman of couiuiel f??r Mr. nee.her, Bulled for Kumpe b> the ttteamer (iennaiic ot the White ?tarline on baturdaj. At tfemtWM ?oin' nu .tin.!'Mtaudiug tu recan? to the time t?li?u f lu- st rana* t wmld sail, set?-!..I ol l.m Ml nd? who ?tat.- aXft? tiiitt '<? bid bim farewell st tkatttaattt were ii..i pttatat M.int, however, who were unable t?> co to the tttaatst ot? 8 .tur day called at 1.1-I li'iiiiie on I rlilay ? vi ii ne. Alnniic tliem were iii ...hi-?. Kterl?, Traev, and Hill. Mr. rib? in niau gatt ilirictlj to HwiuerlniKi. wlaie ht will na-ek r?--*t ami re* reutloii HBtai the moni.talus, n-tin ui.ic during the latter part of Sept? mber oi Mt HirI tfOtt-Mf. Hy IcejOMt of State Treaanri-r Tboami llalnt-a, Wiu. I- Warren, l*utille Auditor autl Ac? niiiitaiil of tills city, will ex._intn<? the boik? ami ac.-Miti! ? of tli? T-vasury I?? partuieut lUi ttatk. In ?U b-ttcr ntjatatlaj ?Mr. Wsrreu lo muko tim i-\ai,nii.i'i..a th? Mall i.t.i_?ui. i said : " I lielleve every tvecnuut ? ii b<- f<Miml to t??< i-?.r lfs-t and every dollar pri?i>erly piitefd. but I eoiiBider it ?lue lo the i_ol.lt- of the Mat? that at !. a?- once in tw_ year? tb? i.tTalrai of the Treamirer rht?M M tt iinin? ?I li? ?na-?-?i?i l i'-.-iiiitai.t ulm lu IhvoiiiI th?-siisi it inn n| iinilnc Ititliirtue or iKT-monal contiiil. I will pit?*- in? a??.siKtiiiifa tad-* four _Hrt___M. ?m far an t.?utl:ii_ ni. is*ary, ted I doubt not fan will r?.?*ive U_ttM__ale_* t.peratii.n of the foiittollor aud Auditor." The Bar. rhiilijis Ilrooks is not likely to ac? cept the Presiileiiey of Kcnyen ("??lien?', Ohio, tf du- i;.,,. ton people ?-an have tbetr ?_?y shtrnt It. The /> m,,r,. t undoubtedly ltff-ttt__t Boston ????ntnua-til towatd tim elo. quillt pri-arliiT ?bin It ?ayn: "Tin- MMla of lionton. as well a? tin ib iii.iiiinaik.il with w bl. ii Mr. Iltook.s lu .-..u i.i. i.-l. cannot -?ii.it.- tbe an ..mpiinli,.! Kplstaoiiul elttnr mun for any Other leid of labor. Hu? manly ami eu m-I line |ii'i'-tiM?l 'pt.iii' i.-? ?ol '?til to bl? mental brilliancy and ?li-toUou to Hie work hi- ha? undcrtak. ti, have mu tor him turha pta-tt in tbt ttttf of tin- pcaeral tt-t* Bunill) 1.ere. that his ?Hil iiuin ni trtnstet-Bet ?'l?'?n e ??on lil il-,-11 ?na- the pro port lons to the iii.ii"|.?.li.s of a kif.?t [Niblic m?, " Cul. Juhn B. Mushy lian il'i-lined tho invi? tan.m to deiner one of a -n le? of a ldi - .???-, in Trcun'iit Ti-Riple. ItiMtoll. Ile writ?-? : '' Although illi iimstance* i Ittpal un- io ile? Inn- It, I a??!? ni-?? you that 1 ?lo mi from no want of sympathy with th?? noble obj?-? t ti-i? prof?-?? s ibtiiro tu pi nillir? tin? restorstioti of fint.inal lolaiious betweea flu peupl of the loan -straaxed st_-s>Bt of our ??i?iiniry. tor the ?...l.lient of the Union I cIktik'i no feel* mes "t MHttat-t. bul on tin- naitiai ?, ?. uti ... i,u ol tin biabes! respect, and I trust the ?i.?> lu not far ?liatanl -? i. .. tit.- ?. I?.!? i ? ,.f l...ili ?rmle? will re___*/S ii..ni li.? t.?.!,- i-t-iiiiti? ila ni ,11' tlii.- lo tb.??? v il.? r k ntl ;? ii..io i. rot-Oil . lu ? Ila i la ?i m? thal in iib- iiiiilii.mii ?ntiii-'** lui ply lo Ulla Col. M isliy r.-. eitel a ?t t - ai.l lallat hs? in.. I.mi to r? ...iisiibi hit d. i.lualiou i..H_aii... hu 1. ,,_f