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'1 ?.?? ni ii- a if, i ,. i,i, , olumn. To Law?Cm rime, ni? \imth t:i,)e?'?il column; I'm srn? - Moth Pagt '.'?I eulinim. To Whom n ItAT Cn?, ii;? Vhi'i Pam -'_M column. ?.?uoincos Notices. Own Two Million DoUnra Paid in eaata heni-liUto I'nli. ? '"la ?bj I hi i, ?? I LRU ??! ll.irlf,nil. (?I I I? IAI It l"i ii: I ?ii Ni WSPATER (nut I \lio\.? Till' i'i??llii.?>!. r "I N. S irfc IO lil'tililli Li-! ! 1?>! li ?1 tl> Itl<* Punt muster ?lela nil tin RI.ni m pentan? paid li ni bj took B|ier iM'i'li.ii.il m Hil* city on ii? r. mi! u edit-on* ?? ntteun ?Kow.York of!. It? ri-RiiUi mibucribert under the Uo rmiuiriiii' j.r-pniiii ut of puatage. iii t"iin??nil;i? ti" ssaaa nul i-?r1 ni tin i.ji.itt : pniiniti? nt sn? mint ratea lo n-g iltur ?iii.i i.i.i is. I?,.?tacri? outil. Tersanm.... . 7n.:i:io ?i.ini ?.?? Herold....:. -7. il I if-i 28 7 ?-... 4.* oie h * sa WOtii .. . 83,tt?l0 S71 >?? Tli? cn .lilli..n iii Tin Tram ?i tbroneh the malhi wttini o?, i, i," i? it uni r?. in i ...it ?., ii,, i' , h, ?uni in,,ti, combined. or Ililli ?I ; ?- it- i f i ill'! INim . ?niiiliiin a. ,,i"l ni Hil?' a cuni ?.- I ?ntl ?f ?II t Ii r. i el Un a? nillir ne rillUR |i ?I?' TO. 1 er otl 61 fur l-i- of l*i ta re.I to .,'*.*. 111.wi? - laiv. in;: Till I mi *"M - ? T? ii lu turn in in ila i.il- '"! my paparla Kew. Yera aaMBg the beal patmmt, ne upot lol Non?. ?, ? j I RMS OF I'll: I Eli:; SE. Inn y Ti'.iiiiNi, Mail Subnrnbera, ?H?i>er annum. SiMl-W i I K! v inna \i , Mail >iilm ni? r>, ?$.: per an. \\ Li.Ki.v 'Ii: i ii t m . Mail 8u na hlien?, t2perannam. Advert?alas, li a t ?? m. Daily Trihi m., '?de. 30c li?,. "".Oc. ".V. and $1 per line. Pkmi-Wki ki y Tnini'Jfa.21 ami "">?> routa per line. WaaXLt FaiBI n: .?'-'. ?3, ami.*.", pel line. Aetxml?ig to position m the paper. Term.-*, oaah in ; i < I *. anea, \ii'!i- a?. Tut Taintrwa, New-Tork. titi: rsTB?xmi monthly cali npar. Thilori/r tiijurti irutirr.te b\t dom of the mtonth the nruxll one? '.- ilnu, ni ti. boa. Mi.a. Tuca j V. el. ! itiur. | In. I Rat. Julr... . TV. I. .I 1 im] i no | Ti?? 4 na g l*4"' 1 ft m ' T MS h iw ? <? iw ! m t"i li m is .?'? i.; in i*. "'? i" "?- i?: i'." 17 m 1? i1? i" vi '.., Ml -." ra ?.: ru : '.'a toi | ?Ji sa I ii, r; '_'? -?'?" -ii -- 28 - " - -"' ? 00 Bl .;i nt Kellatie Suibj vXritmnc, FOUNDED BY HORACE OREELEY I TBUBSDAT, JULY 15, 1875. WITH S?irTLEME?T. Till. M Ils y HIS MniiMS?. Fi?;:i:i?.v. -The American 1,'itli inen left Edlnborgli ami an he?l lu l.oin?oii last night. - The Corlis) Gen. lim ie?.'.na?, being anebl? to penetrate into Fraiiic, lm? tui'ii?! inn K in the direction of Barbee tn?. Tin-prim ?.li of rrlighma l?nit? ia likely ta ha eashodied In Ihr nea Bpania? Uonatilntiun. The Emperor ??! Germaap baa arrived at Slnnich. piiMi'-iH'.?The Cornell Uulvi t-i?y crew won the l'ni??r?it?- race at Saiatm:;? Mst-iilay bj bali B len nth, ia.the retuaikaiily good time of lu minutes r?:<'ri K?"c<i?? le, the other boats ?'??minis' in in 11 * i ? onb r: Oahuahia, Har? ard, Durtmonth,^ ? -I. ?an, Yale, Am? herst, Brown, Williame, Bowdoin, Hamilton, Union. Frtaeetea ili?i no1 rea? h the lulah, ?i???hk to the eaddea richaem <?f nae of their men ; there wen bo fouls; the eiiigle-scnll race wai won by Mr. I?..?l> of \.ile by six lengthe, Ceauaimioner mihi h has made u reply t?> I'rof. Merah, end the Treaaniy baa sent e aecrH aident to the I.*, rl ? loud A-rency. - The Ti. asnry amaaeaeaUfor (110,000,000 Kire-Twenthm The Cape Va? rate? fail, ii lol lack of a W illil, hut the loot la nu mir home to New*York. : Culm1 ('?nilla? toi Denisoa was seul to Albany Jail by the Canal Commimion for refnaiug toprodnee lu? hooks. The Cotton States Congress urges tlieiilia of Si.it, \ 1.1 i? ?i It ni ii Bnreans, and neks National aid for three Nmili-lVi -tiru railroada. t Major MeQrew, the Indicted member el the Whiakj Ring, aaaerta that he h In f * di eeeordwitb the Treaaary'a campaign against Iba Kin?:. The Aini-ricaii liimk Trade Convent ion adopted mod ?rate iCNilliti'iliN on tin- BahjOOt ?>I 'li-'iilllits to the trail?. City imi Sein i:i;a?,-'Hie nowa Oft Coriiill's vic? tory at Saratoga aroused ti:?- atmoat Internai ami c.\? i emenl in thai etty, ead a eon grata lator> diepateb ??as aeal to the Tietorioui arew by the Cornell AJuiani. \ man ???w? ar n?s'.i?ii on a eharge ni eomplieitj in the Daaeer rohbery, hut >\.n m>t iih ntitii !. The Bepiil Transit Commission in pri? tim Bl eaton con ei?leri*?l veriona plana ta'nnitted te Umm? The argameats on the r?duction ?>t Tweed's bail vera cloeed ami decision ?'?.!> reserved. ; Gold, 118%, 115%, 11 IV 0?M ?aim ..I Hu 1. L'al-teu.hr dollar at the thurn, ^7 'io <? nt . Tin. Wi au" i. The i.o\cri,:in ni r? port predicta ^urriu-r ami paul? cloudy weather, und poaeibly rail?. Tnetiiii.lii? 1.1 in thi^ dtv ?csletilay, 74<-', 78?, 7.V ._ Reatlirii lent in) tmni fur Hu Sum,ne, can hine '"UK 1)AII.V TaiBl'XB mailed in them at any euldrett, aad Uti g?drtat ehanged ins of Un a? ueoind, Bmwtpaid, for ?fl /?? mouth. M, Hoiilii-r, after aober tbonght, attempt* io 11'i'iiiiciii" hi? extraordinary admiaeioa ?.I lust Tnaedgj ??itli hie previous d?niai of the exi^tem-?*" ?ii a Bonapartl t Committee ??. AppeaL Hi?* ezplanatioa i,-? very weak ??uni j-r<il>al>h uo oree ?le? !><lii?it! him guilty of willful deception ??ill now form a mon favor? able opinion *?i hi*- ? haiacter. At the forinal ?I? ?lic;!ti?ui of Smith College, i Northampton, M . bs, yesterday, I'mf. L. ai-nk s?- Iv?- ?I? livei ?I a inggeative addnm a the Higher Education ??I Women. Tli?; ex? ? Tutu flinn hi- nilli, m given ?m ??other page -explain *>??iiii of t!,<- featnree of (?lis new ami in.?niiici nil.? endowed inatitutioa which aie jK'culiai mill jjii>.?t liai.! ? lo popular ?iitiii.?m. Mr. Mu?k?n/.i( A ajijin? ialimi of the tiih which liintl iii?- Canadian provineai to (Jreat Ili-ituin is just. As lon^'ii- l!i?* ! itter main? tain? lu r pt? m nt attitude toward the eoloniea iiieiiil.-Ji.p und (?niliiliiici" will In inaiiiLaiiiid. As thU paiiey, konaw, in. to a pani extent one of iion-ini? ifir?m?-, ii follows thal it ?I?n? not add inaih atwajH tt? Qreal Britaia. The words ol Iii? I .uiaiilkiii I'ii .,,'.-. i even acorn t?> int?malo that, as non a? thr cohmioa are re? quested to make any material -sacrifice in the inter-out of the mother country, there will lm a chitnge in these corilial nlnlioiis. .-^^_?. Ot-Cititaij Brlalow jrcateidsj lanwd his oil for 110,000,000 more of 1889 5-30 bomdi to be redeemed f??r the Syndicate, who have *uh seribed f??r nn eqnal amonnl of the new live i??r cents. The bondi fr.U duo October 11, two ?lays nfioi the Ohio election. This mahne* 180,000,000 of bond* mbseribed tur by the Byndieata in tlie last nix months, without counting the l???t.ils i>.vuiil under the Act <?f Jan. II, lH7r>. -? The ILipiil Transit ('?>iiiiiiis?i??nors aie n??t likely to lie oiiil?aira*?soil hy lack of pinna l??i eonakhration. Otu reporte sim?? that more ilian thirty eommnnlcatiotie have been received already bom pcgaone who thiuh they have solved tin? vexed problem, while ???i \.i?*i n per? suns have forwarded plana, tn???l?Is, drawings, ainl ftimatfi with their propoottioae. The el ?valid railway system, with vaiimis moilun a liiins, Moms t?? be iho favorite ??t the Inven? t?la, ? ? The ni Kinnoul on the motion f??r a reduction <?f bail ia the Tweed eaae was concluded yes? terday, an?! the deeifdoB ??f the Judge waa^e served. Tin bmmI notable *?t?ini in ni?* l?y tin* defendant'i counsel was thal Ttread li lm properiy held responsible f??t ?ill the alleged stealing by the Kirt?; ; a poinl hardly well tal.on. Certainly it responsible for any he ia "responsible f??t ti?'' whtde amonnl stolen from the people, ainoc he wn the real na well an nominal bend of the Bing, and bo partition of the s?m??1s, aoBording t<? Ingersoll's affldavit .uni ?itlior evidence, <-*?.11 ?1 have been nude without Ins knowledge and consent. The proeeediaga of the American Philolog? ical Association, described in ??nr letter from Newport to-day, an* Interesting, as well to educated mon generally as to the dam ??i acholan devoted t<> the study of the science <>f words. On the opening day a paper by Prof. 11.ilih man, on the Mutations of a Con? sonant? und one by Prof. Holden on "How " m.my words does a writer neef brought forth the entertaining exchange of views a Iii? li i? reported elsewhere. Dr. J. Hammond Tium bull, who delivered the anna 1 address, pro nounced himself strongly In f'?<>t of ti reform in the present system of English orthography. If we aro fully to ?t<ilii the curious reporl of tin* collin market which ?? published in an other column, sighing is tool only a vexation of sj'Lit but ;in expensive Indulgence, and grief an extravagant luxury. Jt has entered the hoad of som?' ?.Tim humorist t<> calculate tim coat <>f 1?? in-,* buried in fashionable and fust ?Li-s ?hie, ami Iho total tax i< CCItalaly heavy enough t?> disconrage iho ??most con iii nuil hypochondriac Hut after all it Is to ho suspected, as iho reporter does no1 intimate, ihat iho display ?ii:il extravagante? which char? acterise and nur tin* solemnity of American 1 funerals an- sometiincs i?? 1??* attribnt?Bd t<? the vanitj lather than the ?grief of friends. The refusal of Henry !>? Denison, ?i eon tractor, t<? produce his books before the ('anil Commission is followed hy the expected resid? <?f his imprisonmeal until ho ?hill purge bim - 't of contempt of iho Commission by obeying ; it< order, This action "v\ill be followed by habeas ???tim? proceedings in which tin powers of the Commission in the premise? may Ik* definitely determined hy the courts. What? ever the result may be the Commission has gi veo another evident? ol' its earnest parp?se to make tin pending investigation tis thorough as the occasion demands, Col. Steinberger lias left bis country foi hi? own i;'????!. Ho ?.as appointed United Btates Commissioner f??r some purpose, involving a journey to the Navigator's Islands. Whether or not his instructions required him to confer upon the nativos the blessings of constitutional goVernment, we have no moans of knowing. Tlie fait is, however, be has improved liis opportunities hy providing them with a constitution and an elective monarchv. Tor liiiii?? If ho has ? ?ni.-? ni? ?1 to SCO pt Iii? position of Prime Minister for life We ate surprised at this. A rev? rshnnaiy right to mi??'?'??I to the throne is the smallest claim which we might expect him l<? make n** a recompense I.h th?- sen ices lo iho count***]. In tin letter from Custer Gulch, printed on our seventh page to-day, we hovi a concise ?'ml couiprehemdvc description of the gcologi ! ?al ?hat.i. tor of iho Illa?'. Hills, the observa? tions oi oui coircspondenl being accompanied by tho testimonj of the chief of tin* present expedition. In ?confirmation of the reports of the great mineral wealth <?f the country, I'm!. .I? nu? y is enabled t>> say little more than that lu- haaj fourni such a iiiitui.il lull there as exists in almost everj Btate in the Union. Mi iiiln-is of the expedition have worked day altir daj, harder than they overdid before, in the search for tho jue? ions metala, hut Iii?* reward of their labor Is bardi] ? nough gold (?? send homo in letters as specimens. If thon an lieh gold minis in th?- Black Hills tliey aro yet to be discovt red. A collection, published ?1 rwhere, of curious facts showing the growth <;!' New-York City in altitude, calls attention to a peculiar feature of metropolitan development worth the study of others than architects, While the rapid ex totision of the < ity northward to and beyond Harlem Hi\ **r has amazed those mo-st sangidne of our future, it is shown also that iho lowei ' part <?i tin* city baa been rapidly growing sky ward. This is unquestionably owing to the ; great and steadily increasing value of every ; fool of land in the narrow portion of the '? island winch is given up wboUj t?i business. Iii? facilities for reaching high elevations and the overcoming of a once strong prejudice among both architects and owners against high buildiogs bave possibly been other incentives; but ike '?u .A Impulse to this peculiai develop? ment is tin high cost of land and ti*?' facility of doubling its productive power 1?. doubling the number of stories in the houses built upon it. Commissioner Smith might better have kept quiet. The explanation which be gets the A -i> iated Press to telegraph in order to break the force of Prof. Marsh's letter to the Presi? dent, is aft? i all no ? xplanation al all. It ?> simply a statement of what we knew before, that lie had tii?*?l to get I'n.f. Marsh's charges quietly into his otra Linds and had faffed. If the Commissioner will again look over the uiy complete and anhnndy document which we printed yester? day, he will lin.I iho precias reasons why the Professor di<l not pul the charges ?mo his banda, Tho Professor tells the President thal ho ?lid not ilo s,,, tirhf, because he bus no con? fidence either in the Becretary or his Commissioner ; second, beCUUM in all bia onauanaieations with these two oil.cul? ho li.i? im,int theil iii'iinlc.?i object to be merely to And out how murh tbe | Professor might know, so n? to prevent all ', i?til?lirity or ?'Xiioptirt' ; mid thinlly, that Hie ' evidence in hi., pofu-ciwiiin rt fleet*, unfitvorably ' upon bott t!i<' B?netary and UM Conuni.ssioner, , who with !<> lu ????nie it. gn__rd___B__ If ? Mr. Cnniiiii -?'?mr Smith will carefully slmly theo, time IfOOOM ami lln-n the Pluto i nor'., fetter to Um I'm-KI'nf embodying tho ' evidence, he may l?o al?!e lo OOBDIohnd why 1 ":\ Mr, Mai-h"' tliil nut walk Into his imp. i Ho will abo hain tli.it the wmk wIii?li pfC-OM Opoo him ju?-! n??w i-> of I very pi Hour ch .tar? li r, ami i?? not to be helped l?y pettifoggiag ! Htiili'iiii'iiU which dodge the issue. TBE Util. A booting roiri'-pniulrnt of The Tbiboj-B gare warning some tfanc ago tlmt the Cornell University crew win- likely to pul their r?im- I pettton to 'orne trouble, ?mil tlio preilietion j waa strikingly re?nfnrced bj the splendid vi? - tory oi the freafamen of Ithaca on Toeedayi yet the public waa eertainly not quit?"' pre? pare-, for the result which brought the carne linn and whit?* colors first t<? Hi*? line ; ? lerday j 1 ni-?!, ?uni mi lu ?ipili upon the youngest of the rival colleges both ilu- highest honora of the week. It seems bot yesterday that Hu- (!.?>?' of , , Cornell appeared tor the flret time at the j college* raero ; it is actually only two yeara 1 sinci? a n ;-'i'.lai crew wai lii>t organhtod at the ? : college, Last Summer Cornell wa? ft'th amtmg , ' nine; in \h~:\, out of the <li-<it ?Iii?We confo sion and uproar al Rpringfield, it waa no lmay ' ' matter t?> disentangle the position of ant of the boots, ?mu iii- Brat place, on that occasion, being erroneously aasigned fot -?me time t<? Harvard instead of Yah ; Cornell, | however, was placed, pretty near the end of a string of eleven, and we believe the highes, place claimed l?-r her waa iii?? fifth. At all events, initiier I-i -1 year nor tin? year ! before did theee sturdy young fellows show tluir ailvi-i.--.iii?-. much reason to be afraid of them. The superb feat they have now accom? plished i- the reault of ?heer dogged hard f.oik, pers?v?rance! and well-directed anibl , lion, 'lint have Studied theil OWU liinll-, ;iii?l labored herokallj to overcome them, and ; th?' whole country wiU burrah with them in the hour of their triumph, knowing that this i- a victory of real American pluck, knowing to?? ili.it nothing could do mon? 0? rou.*?? a lieoltkfnl spirit ??t emulation among the col ', leges ;in?l stimulate int?r?t, in the arl ol row 1 nu-, than this extraordinary success ol a Dew . college in striding right op within two .tears trora the rear to the very front. 'lin- iiii?- was !?<> full of i iitti ?*-?t in _r jinil n ti - expected incidents and of close and doubtful stiiiu-^les illili we -liull probablj not goamitt . in styling it one o! tin verj fin? -i oui ?raters have evei witnessed. Columbio, Harvard. I >.* : t ? I mooth, ?uni Cornell contested iii?? first place ; with wonderful pt i-i-t? ney, and there can l?? little doubt that our New- York City boys would have r??|M-ai? ?I ilu? tit tory they woo last year, luid it not been Coe a trifling accident just before the finish: a- it was, the] came in second, only a length behind Cornell, Dart? mouth aston, i-hed ?-very one bj* winning tim fourth piece, .uni Hart.ml held tin? third, to \ which by tin.?, time she ought to !?? pretty well accustomed, since .?Ii?* has occupied it three yean running. Vale i-? iii,ii pursued by a malign tate or lacks the neceasarj poise ami coolness fox tuck a contest. Laut year, as the sequel to a series of unpleasant I encounter*^ with Harvard, -li?' broke an ooi and dropped out of the race; yestcrda) she applied ben-ell industrious.*. t<> the noble pan time ot catching crabs, and carne to the finish ! behind Cornell, Columbia, Harvard, Dart? mouth, nml Wesleyan. Bul despite Individual a faults ami mishaps it waa a niagniuccut race, in which there was litil?? more than a minute .i , difference between the li:-?! crew and the last, .mil every boat, even Princeton, which left , tlie course with one ?>i ita men insensible, even ? the novice which bad nevei been in a regatta ! before, covered Itself \titli li.?nor. Mu- tune ?it tin- Ant foul l>?i:it> tt.it in?t iptite so pood a- in 1874, Columbia winning -that year in 16.12, and Wesleyan coming second in 16.30, while ( ornell's time yester? day is given as ]ti.."?;;'i, ?uni Columbia's a.*? lT.iM'i. Tlii- difference, however, is per? haps accounted for by the wind, ??r l?y j something in the condition ol tbe water, or I tin* weather, ami we have ample compensa , tira foi it in tin* remarkable progress ol the j colleges \sliiih hiive heretofore been the roos! backward. There i.-? not une of them which may not go into the regatta next year with ? ' fair prospect of winning the victory, And it' ??m ?>ui,ii..? m? nt ia to in- found in tlie good record the crews hive one and all made foi speed, ??till more Is to be tr.iili i eied from the remarkable good order which distinguished the regatta yesterdaj above all Its predecessors. The new regulations worked to ?t charm. There wen- no roreasouable ( delays. There were none of ti e postponements \, Iii? li nearij ?I? strayed the interest of the eon test i lae! vt-itr. There wren no ftmls and n<> ojnar iel..; ami we ma) reasonably hope thal tins tin"- the great university boat rare will Dot . leave behind it the asnal nop ?ii heartburn lug and reeliminutlot . | - I CONSTITU?IOAAl IMENDMEN1 IS WORTH , ( All LINA. The people of North Carolina, following the example of Arkansas. Virginia, and other Southern States, have set about iii?* tt.nk of remodeling the Constitution given t<> them during iii?' iN.'on*?! nu lion )ni mil, ?mil tiii> adoption of which ?ta- made a condition pre? ceden! to tin rehabilitation of theil 8< ite in i ihe Union. If this work i-s done in i In- proper spirit, m it ha? been in the Otbei Sliites tve li,ive mimed, it cannol be open io any reasouable objection. The imperfections of many of these Recon? struction Constitu? iona were pointed ?mt by Tm. Tumi m. ii the lim-' ??! iln ii adoption, ?uni hate ..?nu' been generally scknowledKed. Tbej could hardly have been otherwise than imperfect The authors were too often defi? cient alike in theoretical knowledge? observa? tion, and pia? tiee of the -?.cine ol govern? ment; loyalty t<> the Union and acceptance of the results ol the ?i\il war were their only quali&cations for o!li?v. Many of them won newly emancipated, illiterate, and nu,.- ! ?'"d by a prejudice against a i,,,..? j,or. I lion ot their fellow-citlsena, which wai natural indeed, bul none the leas deplorable on that ace.it. Others wera Intelligent and to some extent educated, but new citizens of the States whose ??-.unic lan they were to f?ame; ami oiIii-m again were ineie adven? turers who having acquired their seats l?y pandering t?? the prejudices ??f the lowes, dam of voter? and manipulating priauuy meetlngi ;n tin ii ??vin interest, directed all iii? ii ener? gies to the perpetuation of their ovtn pou er and the opening of Btate tieaaiuica foe their' own dihhon?.-t purposes. Nor did the bitter ' chuts of ? iti/ens have un o| V'<.iti;nii-, of ?eying whether they would aecepl the instiiiiiients thoa f.i.-ln _ ? .1. .?. . ., measure of protection to the freedmen it had Wn thought liest to excluih? for a time a large proportion of tho people of the South from tho exercise of the right of suffrage. Not onr-tenth of those who voted at the Constitutional elec? tions Bauld so much an read the ballot? plan ?1 in tln-ir banda, ?ml the iiuml-er who could un? derstand the platanal proposition of law was imite as small. Thousands VOted for tin-adop? tion of a new Constitution merely becnuas ii ?securedto them du ii breed an, and otherobecause Its adoption sermed to oiler the easiest way of esoape fr??m military <.<?<?? turnout. No ?rondel that lawn thus framed should be crude in corni ??lion and execution, abound in ahsuiditios of l?gislation, and prove utterly nusnitod to the people to whoee hem lit they -i 'mill have inured. One ?>f the most faulty of tlioso Reeonstrue tion Constitutions is thai ander which the ?people of North Carolina have lived for eight ?i als, and which it is now proposed to amend. A recent addreae ??f the Qemocratk Central Committee of the state thus .describes soase of the chaiai torislios of this instrument and its pi.uti?al working! It?? jir(i?i-i<>i,a. .m? ?ni tensely warded sad so imilly ntmii .'i ii Ulla i oii-litnte bal i? meilley <?f laeoaalati ii? les tli.it ?li ti'. tin- mi. ii-sfui <?< n-triu-iiini of the courts? in f.iet. lu le, ?melle Hie ilitlli ll'tlcrt .ii l-:!l|.' f'"?'lll li- |H" I? I K'.il workings, thetuart bas Is knbc matan? ? inen drlri n t" rii??ily iiiiii-siuii.a, iiml la ethers to latrodace a aun pria ripie, l.'in i?" uaknown in the Juridical history of our -l ,!.? ili-ii'i'.'iil-licil ?in "Judicial li -Mattoe," "ti In' "?;? tlnU ?I'll :? | ?ililli .in In cliaiil? Iel Mid in? ??he ?if tin rifbfi mu? ?l?iii'i? of a repents department. Its pre v:-nili?i .1 "? ?? ??'neiire til.li ?', Ullin Hie 'ii li f ?p ici- nt . . existence in.iny naas eerlaioas ea eoestlta ti> nal qui ?How hat ? b? cn <!? nuunled then in the entire ie ?inn lu-t ?!.? of tin* State nial of late ve bare w11 in i ii the extraordinary ipi etaete <>f t???> nets ni Judaes in imth the im sad villth jinlieiiri iii-tii. t-, raatendinf fortlii -.m i-p.' ; um. mie of ??illili, claiming t? held bj .m sppotntiiM nt fioi'i iii?' ?;o?iiiii.i (as ? pcrlodoften ? i urn. .ia ullii e Iii it tlie (Vi.-ti'iitioii Ml in- t" i-.iy is to he ii ii?-1 by lbs peeple st the nails, ead a base tena Is i x I -, .... it,, i,,- only ?i.lit. years. Inmanj r unties there i- a |,i.i,'ti al dental of justice, tin- court* are Inadequate to i in- public demands, and thai tin-.? ara ?li Iven to n mm I toapeelel lenas, which sre exprnslre sad naaaUatao ton. .uni I'ir-i'ii" acctned of criminal oflfcnsea ate often coatned tot raoaths withset trial. I'lie address Which We have tJUOtod also arges the m tc-ity ?>f a less expensive judici? ary system, the abolition ??l aseleas offices, a return i<? ih?- old practice of a rotation of judges, and the diafranchisemcnl of peraona oonvii ti dof liifamoiis i lim.-a ; and we are glad io add the people are called up*>ii t" elect to th? Constitutional Convention "nun of ? -11? "larged and practical statesmanship, spotless | "integrity, representatives of all classes <?f j "society, and whoee positions will entitle ?? their labors t<? confidence and support." The subjects here suggested for consideration hy the Convention surely may ho discussed and 1 acted upon without giving ii-?- t<> any well grounded lin thal th<* rights of the colored man an* in danger, hut this cry has already h? un raised by a partisan press in North Car olma, and we may expect MOB t*> hear it come from Washington. Tho Legislature, however, in calling the Convention, was wise enough t?? impose certain restrictiona npon it-s action which forestall such partisan clamor, Theae restrictions amply secure personal liberty; each delegate before "ho shall be permit???1 to "-it in Mid Convention shall swear "to observe theae ' restrictions j,'" nud Judge Jamison and other high authorities on the powers of Constitutional Con? ventions have ?I?ally luhl that Conventions an bound to obsci \<* iii?' restrictions imposed bj ? a I.?":i-latiiio in the ad ralliag such Conven- | lions. WY repent, therefore, thal in \i? ?> <?t the oeeeaaity for ehnages in the fondamental lan "1 the State, the declaration of the people, i ? \|u? seed by a two-thirds majority <?f iii? ir ? chosen reinvnentativcs in favoi ol amendments by Convention, and the restrictions imposed by the Legislature as to the topics to be cou -nieicii, n ??nulli seam that the attempt of North Carolina to Improve her Constitu- J tion .-sliiuilil be allowed to pans without dtrthei imputations of evil intent. It is tobe hoped, and there ia reason t<> believe, that the members <>l the Convention to !>?? elected next month shall I??* such ia are called far by the homo? ratio Committee; ii so, there will bel little cause t<> f?ar that the changea which may ne made will give any class of citizens e.iiiM- for complaint. GOLD. lhere s-oiiis just now to he no gold ?Ihpie manipulating the marhet either for a rise ??r I ill. Tho tendency is i little downward, and the aspect <>f the market la that of profound stagnation. It may l?o a good time, therefore, to sngireat -??mo cardinal truths concern ing the pild market, which ought to have no immediate effect one way or tin? other npon prices, bul which deserve to betaken into careful account hy all business men, who lind ii needful io look more than a mouth or two alua?!. Wo bave regarded the heavy out (low of ??old from this country from time t?> time dur? ing the last twelve months as a matter of geueral inter? t and no slighl importance, ami we continue so to regard it. The changes al icjily effected are by m> means inconsiderable, andtbej are yet tobe followed bj the inevitable reaction, Lei ni suppose an article ol merchan? dise at Liverpool, obtainable at the same price in gold al that port bow as it was a year ago. lt> ?titieiiev price t<> a Kew-York mer? chant will no?? be about six pei cent store than it was last year, solely on account ol the ad \ .moo in the p?l?l premium. Suppose, on the othoi hand, an article of export .?i Kew-York selling at the same currency price bou ana year ago. That article can now l??- obtained by the Liverpool mini haul foi five per cent It is Ulan it could have Inen a yew BgO, solch ?m in ??unit of the ii,i- ?u the gold premium. Wv shall not stop to in? quire whetbei the (Jutted Btatea are likely t?> vain ?>i loee bj meh changea. We look on all lim luations ni tint?. Kind as evils, and is being in the lou?,'run moat injurious to business. Bul we can bardlj believe that the ! upward movement in the gold premium has terminated-, and eertaialy ii would 1??- aothing to be surprised al t<> see another six per eenl added t<> the currency price in New-York ni foreign gooda and another five pei cent de* dueted (rom, tim Liverpool p?ld price of Aim-rii au produce. To ???un* to pai iii ulai*?, the averages of spade reported bj the New-York hanks for the *-?<? omi wuk in ?luh in each ?,| tin? last SOVea j ears compare as follow?: " ? ' ' Animint. July lo. l-ti:?. ?".''?.-.????..ii?! .lui? ia, i-:?>. ii.nu .am July IS, 1871. l'.7"iS,?jso July la. 1879. '.'?*.'.".?:(,too July It, I**7:i. ?l.flOO.008 Jill? II. 1-71. 87J7MO0 July 11, l "?7*1. II.81TJ88 From the a hove tabla it appeals that the stock of sjH?ie available for tin puipoeea <>f trade and ?paeulathw and Ih? payment of dutiea la this year smaller than in uny of the Others at the corresponding date. From the middle ??I July to tim end of Ootobor the mer .i.i. ii?- htoek ?teadily ?iiuiiiiirihes, the tthsorp tion ?uto the Treasury for the payment of customs l-eing suflicient to accomplish this without the assistance of any foreign drain. Al the present ti"ic tho foreign drain still continues with littl .badinent of its strength, while the ohlij-atio'i resting on Secretary Di loton to provide some .033,000,000 for tim correar! yea***a eontribotion f?> ? he Sinking Fund forbid, the expectation of large weekly t_t.il.?.*. of coin for currency. It does not fteeni to ic?[iiiie mindi argument to prove that $17,000,000 ?>f gold eannot l?e divided r;? -n ai to furnish $20,000,000 to the United Staten Treaauijr, Bereral millions more for ex port, ami still leora $10,000,000, which ia a j Monty sum for the ordinaiy porpoaea of tra?le ami speenlotion at fids center. Between this j time and Not? iiiImt 00 gr? .it amount i* ran In? j expected to arrive from Montreal or Soo Fran? cisco or from ilu? mines, the yield ??f the la ter lu ing something less than $3,000,000 a month. At the same tim*' it im no* the b___l ni-?- ?>f ilu?-?1 who trade in foreign |>il!s of exchange !?? consult any other than their pri vate intorest in regulating their slii; metala of coin. The customs revenue will be veiy likely to suffer from any further advance in the pre? mium, ami, Indeed, it has suffered already. The eustoms receipts at the New-York 8ub-> Treasury for May and June compare as fol? lows willi those for 1 87 1 : Mut*. lOOO. '-TI .?->?.?.7!?._li:i 44 BMinbSB,?'.!?."> 06 is?".. 7,<? ?...1.17'.'li ??,'.?..:t,'.'17 7.. H? ? i. i?? ...-il.O'jiM?i? 81 .*l.:il.,t77 31 Tt'iiil itiiii-1-.-i-. _:,.?:.'.?. 17U ?'i It will be remembered that the dntieo hove been materially increased since 1874?0 step which we ventured t<? Question a! the time it was proposed as not likely to add t?? the rev? enue. The sooner we abandon the attempt to tiirh! on r greenbacks against the specie curren? cies of Kngtand, Qermnny, and France, the bet? ter we shail appear. Li HILT HA LI OWEN, air. Owen has l????'n placed in an Insann asylum by his sons, with, a. wa understand, but little hope of speedy ?ure. In any other case it were a nio-t meddlesome and Ungracious tusk to lo??k too closely into the cause of auch premature mental ?hath aa this; but Mr. Owen lias within the last three years voluntarily placed before the public not only the facts of his lil'?- but ti clone study of his opinions, be? liefs, intellectual growth, and feelings?even '' to those euri] love affairs which lew men cara j to bore for popular inspection. He 1ms been, too, the ?"at nest exponent of a certain system of belief, and eagerly invited attention to the effects of that system mi bia owo mental and , spiritual condition, li leema but just, therefore, that we should follow these effects to liu-ir conclusion when thal concluaion is forced upon ita in -o sudden and lamentable a shape. Wollert Dale Owen'a father waa a free thinker (in the larger sense of the word), ami his mother a strict, ?h vont Presbyterian. The ! creed of the mother soon loused its hold on the son ; hut ih?' principles he Imbibed from her remained, ami became, perhaps anc?n-1 -' iously on his part, the motive fore?? of his li!??the stern fidelity to truth nt whatever coat, the gentle charity, kindly habit of speeeh and thought, and religious instinct. As the son ?.r a mau intellectually stronger than him? self, be fell nat m ilh Into his rather'.-, grooves of thought ami work, Joined in the experiment at New-Harmony, waa a co-worker with I '?itm> Wright in her radical and dei-tical teaching; but whatever impress be baa made upon his time in polities or in literature wat unid?- by loree of his inheritnnee from his moth?!. However men might differ with his opinions ?>i smile ?it his logic, p?-r -on.'.l contact with ?the man always com? manded profound respect for bia integrity and cfean-minded sincerity. The lucrar?, work .thiih Mr. Owen has ?lone wai strongly marked by his personal character, and would hiivn been lar mole weighty and effective if hu had been either a believer <?r unbeliever m the Christian religion. But the strong religious nature whit h he had inherited according to his own showing from one p;in nt, balked by the influence ??f the other ol' it-, natural ezpreasion in faith in Christ, turned to faith in mediums, tipping tables ;iinl the like?a >t-tem it hieb, however pleasant as a supplement to a Hied religious creed, is but a slight anchor to ti., eternal hopes upon | Mr. Owen, with his avowed anxiety to linde ?inch an ?niclinr, ami his kindly, womanish faith in human nature, was an easy prey to skillful swindlers,and became tin- most prominent dupe, as we all remember, last Winter, of the a retched tram?- mediums, Holmes and his a ile, and their puppet Katie King. Tew inen willi Mi. Owen's h?tense feminine self-consc-ousness would bnve h?ll the mora] cottragi to avow his error, as he did. and voluntarily become a subject of public ridicule. The mortiflcation and disap? pointment were great ami bitter, and while the poor tricksters hive gone on their way anpun i-hed, the go???! old man whom they victimiaed lins senk into ii ih-ptii lower Utan dentb. It is not long since h?- offered his spiritual experi? ence as a beacon to the world, little thinking it would serve to wain them only of treacher? ous shallows, on which bia own life would suf? fer shipwreck mi tei nbfe, should reason return !?? bim, we cannot but believe that a man whose doubts have bein more boneo! than iii?- faith of many men, will yet be giren tinner ground on which to build his faith in the .ile to ???nie than the flimsy tricka of vulgar charlatanea He baa always been a man of a singularly sweet, and pure, alni lovable character, ami that such recovery may yet I??* in store for bim will be thc earnest prayer <?l thousands who ntterly re t ulled from his peculiar opinions and had lit - tie sympathy with the most prominent fea? tures of the v.?n!. of bis life. lill AM> HI lill l\ ?111 SCHOOL-ROOM. An eager mind In a sound body makes the ideal pupil, who in bia turn Inspires and draws out the beat eapacitiea of the competent ten l??r. That an ninnie -aiily huge propor? tion of children never attain this condition ia an anplensant fact. The canaea of this failure, in b?? far n- the pupils of private s??noola are ?'onsidered, are earnestly and simply given b\ Misa Anna ('. Blackett In a paper lately tend before the American Institute ol Instruc? tion. Aa an accomplished ami thorough teocber of long experience her conclusions cany weight. She is convinced that the chief reasons for the ill-health ol' school children are to bo lound iii the false home lit ing, in iii.-iiUi? i'tit clothing or lleep, in rich or poorly-cooked food, and in wrong mental habita. With thin conviction? in which there Um ? gi cat deal of truth and ????tunion sens??she naturally rou-ids the in justice which lay? upon the ibooideri of the teacher the whola borden of the pupil's want of health, and whi?h, instead of praith-ally re? pairing the w?ste, takes the child from school on the pica ot overstudy. As a remedy for the injtistioe and the illuens together, ?he ?ug geHts wisely enough that the, treatment of the pupil should lie a matter of frank ami thought? ful consultation between tho physician and feeaehnr. So far as Miss RraeKett ciirrios her ?uhjeotv she does it with excellent roa?on and <1 i-.. n . tion. Her oonah?lana dow ive to he studied ami mil ?plod hy all toa? hem ami pah him (,f private M-hools. Hut bajead tta privaos aehaal she dons not api?iirently go??.lie auggi-Hta no ?uro for tho fatal infecta of the publie schools, which so greatly exceed the private schools in nuniher und attendance. It ie, ,,L eouraa, utterly Impoaafliaii tint the teneham in ii huge M hool of this < 1 iss should under? stand the home onnditioiiH or .study the patho? logical state of their erowdia*** pupils. Every reeerat investigation in public sehaal bjgiena has ended in deplorable reporta, Wretched ventilation, healing, mid lighting, s'hool-rooina far too ?row?led, and ?l<>l?s which con? st rain the pupila to koop anb-nalthful positions, show the grave l>luii?lern in sehaal architecture and furnishing directly attributa? ble to short-sighted committees, and in muds cases to the higher municipal authorities. Hat for defects equally ?*? rioue the in? gul.nil) in ?I.lily physical fitirriaia. the refusal to permit freqpent changea of position, the long na* ?loas, ami the tolly which imposes an almost unmanageable numi?or of pupila ni "ii a teacher?we muai c?name a foolialdy imperfect school .-yst? ni, and, in a measure, the tenchera themaelves. The saHmtheat a?.<>l ogist for the sratcm cannot ?1? ay that ii .riven no worthy place to hygiene. Indeed the to? cent iti<|tiiii?s into the aenit.uy condition of m hollis in various States and cities have not yet olio? tod reformai decided < Bough to allow' tis to say that the <| motion of health enters in the least into that ayateaa. It is no wonder that Americana ate not as a mia a robust and rich-bloodad uno. Itisa Black? ett testifies, and with eau?*, to the ill-health Of the private school clientage, and a glauco ai the thin iiiiil sallow risage of the avenga public school pupil shows M nun h the loults of the lal <: building ami falso methods ?>f tho school aa it doea the multa <>f wrong homo-living. It is sail ami li.ni enough '.lf.it the almost universal ignorance na t<> the way? of making that home-living Inalthful should work havoc with the fimstitiitiona of the young Aaaerienna. For this then is probablj little remedy -ave tlie years which hung wi-?lom. Hut of the grievous errors cau-nl by the stupidity and tboughtleesnees of school authoritiea there Bauld ho ami shouhl he Immediate ooiroi'titin. I'hysiiians of ability ami experience are constantly revealing then and cataloguing their eonxipteiioes. Only an inexcusable ihiflbasnom will permit thom to ion) i uue. ? For Uk latest thing la tim conrad liaaef aaaatp louuneud as to the bow of the period, Theyoaag mau aiioiit to?? ti, ??lien he at abaut to s?late aaaa? ?I't.lillian? e, -el/e-* liis hat firmly at tin* trout, alni. Using lui ?uni in its positura, sa lags i?.i< k bis i*n.<iw, asiBg th?' shoulder m ? pivot, sad keeaiag the amde BBchaaeed between th?? fore ead apperan^nntfl til?* hand toni lies the l?re,ist. Hire I lie 1rs! motin canses. The second eoaaista ia rettaciag ??itli re li_* oas ? ne tli" lin? ?if the Bret, The elbow Hinkt and riaee along the an <>t the pendulma, tlio liai pearlies tin? head, and lim bow d? f.-rcntial, c<jiim> qilel'tl.ll, Ol' piitelili.il is ? "llilililed. 'I'll?? art described hythe hal is just such BOjaadraat m rounds tlie -nita??'of tin* dmneeeftbe new Post? < ?nice. \iuitlier proof <>f the influence of the nighty and militant Mullett, who has no4 on!J made steak lecture an sborttoaand proved himself the Admin? able Crichton of american prrofsaitjr, bat hasthn lett iii- ?iiiiitinitive Improasea the very amaneas al the limo, When tbu Mallett moven** nt in exeeatafl with propw pee? i*i??n bp g aamberof poaag blonda in military liars, Um acraianlated ihoalder-bladai move as nae, and tin- elicit i.s thrilliag in Ila-ox? trema, It is the poetq of tim pomp-handle, the ?eiy rhythm ??f the elbow. An oxp? lieiiei of four or Ive aamths a itfe the new Hoe perfecting press warrants m la expnaaag tha deliberate judgment thal it t**. beyond the possibihtf ??i compariaoa with aay other press now in um? in thia country or in Loodoa, tli?- lic-?t printing prcae for rapid work yet maanfactured. Last aighl ii wai desirable for the accommodation <>f friends nt Saratoga to Issue s midnigbl edition of I'm li. nu m?, containing an at < mini of the boat ra? e, tor >1? Urery .it Albany. Troy, Saratoga and elsewhere, try ?'ay light tbi morning, Bapid work, of course, westa> quired. Within precisely one miaate after tin last atomotyps plate was gina t?? the pressman, the perfecting prem begaa atoviag, ead t???*nt*/ seconds later en producing eight-pegs puk ra, beautifully printed on both .-nies, at tin* rat?- of 12, ISO copies per boar. Not a break nar m iasteatfa delay of any aort occurred from the Ural roov? nu 11 ol the cylinder until the leal copj area printed. Wilban ordiuarj paper, and withoul snyapecial preparation, it can be run night altor ninht. for boan al a -?trotch, at tbe r.iti? ?,r 12,000 copies i-er boar, ead it tins rate san be depended <>n (loreeetinaouel) pood work. PERSONA!? Benntoi Caasnm of Pennaylvania i- mid to lu- ??nilli -I.IKKI.IKW. Won't li?' UAhlU ? ullin,.ii.ne V.tB di*rbllt'aexample amigi\a u* mi arrimai st sew im < .mu ii .uni tared it i The Saltan of Zanzibar d?clin?e to be reeea-* i iliil li Iii- a..,, i, w'ui ti ivileil ail Hie ?*.?>' t'i l..'H,|, i ta give lum tin unparteatty. Hs hsa masglreaadlMB? ptiliitlug lequel tu ;i rerj nan intli itorj. it u repotted thal Madame Hies, the first l.ulj lo obtain a medical deane el the Soraaaas,hss<a> ? Unod an otk i "I MMM0C..? jong at ph) n iaa to Ihn Oatt !.iii'- Iii m. mi condition nf never muna out*Me ida ?m idln ? She ?? iii it tend th ? barrat, bal ??ill pra? nee ia l . M-l.il.tlllO|ilc like ullicr ibictul ?. hu* Bpaniafa an taking anaanm f?? io tanly Inatteeto tiie nu ?imry ?if Hie teamas eather ??' i?<'a ?'iixnte. A lu ?? lili r.ir? pi lluilli ,|l 1 -i nu !?) lu -I.nted la Madrid, called CVri-dalr?, the pcetta nf aalehwHin .ii?..iiii tu tin- ercet mi nf a nii.iiuiiiiit.it ?lealiaa iii li.il'i--. Ill llnlliu el lau iii,?li i? hose u.illiu lile OUtg i/'.ut lu ,i. -. Jonathau Phillips m ho died in I860, left to tin i i;? of Boston -r-o.?'??o t " i'?- expended n.v Um Maree and the Board ??f Ahlenaea "te embrlliea tin* teresa"* and publie pla? i ? "f Isa < Hy." The mt. root no? mi.nie lo ??? i -.I'm?, und Mayor Coba ?aaaw'14 thal It be eiprailad lil (IK ill' 111'II III.I ?titilen! .li-llll I,' It'll, the <e,',in?l ?I.n.'I "I I i.-lim. Ill li Kill nf tha Clf-*, n.lll. llieA.ili* !i- ii are coi ?Id? ring the prop? ? tina. Drake's -taltie of liamboidt has hoon exhib? it, 1 nuil! . al tile .III -f- -tullin III Ii.tbll. I>le?li'iia lu bl lag ? nt ti? Hil? country in !ie east la br.iii/.e ami ?et nil im i ?lui,.nun nt tlie i eiiii mu,ii in Philadelphia next rear. The statue repreaeata Bamtretdl st sheet i.? i ?. ?i- of in ?lu aaed in Ih.attune of tia i u.?*, bul wita a clues ratlins in i.uve tolda rbrowa aero? Ma ?luHlbl'l?. Ile I-r.!illlillll?r. lii'l'llllk! Ill "in* llaml li rnll nf l. asalnal In? bre-ur, end milng '?'?' otht-r buiitiy ? ii a largi k1"'"' the d-ipiie Is worn than tune Bietete in bight Tbonma Carlyle recently doaedan interviav ??iib .? Loe bu i ni h ?iK'iiib m of Ihe tam ti,me,te* Ckrmmtett with thla charsetertette growl al GsUfacalai "V.'iiaie ii.,in,* nu /mi?! there i yea are harming ths ?l a,; |.|. t ,,\i'l'n\iT ? nur milli ?, I, l?l ?nur Knlil In tlie i ai iii. .nut yu tn liuntiiitf point?es Kverj maa moa ?.ei ?i a |iutata tu tin ??m .1 I- lie ben? hu * ? ir *? t lu- nu'??; lut ? mi ??Uli ?nur .-ni.I ??re uveriiii'iii'i.' nuclei?, nulling tlie Ignoble luiiiiiiiiei.t, lum eales ererywaam theoa lu H-? - nt ii? lag, ead eoBfaaing i*u ioliga The ?ill ??f the late Robert 11. ives of Pratt ib lue li,-.? lu i li tllinl?. public, iilul tlu> ?lilli* nil.Id lUV i.? Piepi ity, willi th;> e\i'. ption nf a fi-w i>'Tienta^ i.? mid l<> liiive be? ii left to Iii? ?1 aii?liter, the wlfo nf Mr. Wili'iim tlauiuiell, furtueil) a peslsSBSS in BnWB I'nir-ar* ally. Tli?- ? iitiu* i ?tale U valued at fruin llfUMMftH kio.ooo.OOO, mnl tbe berne f* se -jnnt la sall ahem aa\ inio ni Du- lutter munnin, 0111,000SN fur Msteaan Mid iiiifciuim metottee, nant tim wet tor pemeaal Im?<|im?i* I'luf li.nulli,'II hitn uImi tlll.imo per uiinniii anti Id? um ni n.e I nail? iu.iiiaia.il lim ui^ Ina life. Ile mul bl? aog an- tlie i xi-i ut ii? nf id?- will. A.? Hie lab Ml. l\o? 1.44 ?i?*' i.?? t?. h ? redtted ??ltd a wunu fHeaaahlp fur itnma l'iuveiMity, it will lie (lii'iifc'bl ?rrj -ti.?ii?,?i tlml do baa i '-, , hjaoeed tdut laatUal nu u? bia ??ni. Mr. Hi neat Owen, ? non of Mr. llobext Dale