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UJioK SQriHB Twill? r Patetiwor"* " Robins??*? Hall.?" Oiilneric." In Kn ..-ti. Central Pa mi <Sari>v.n.?<V>nci'rt. Ti..?maa. (?it.vour'a OARKi.N.-CoTirort. -Hunton?! iTAN Mi-kik ok A RT.?Pnlntln ?:. Mafcwy, etc. Ino? lo ?^?rcriiacmcmo. i Will UT 1*11 TTrrnf Cune uti. Mli. tai Oth imlwwaa lUNKl*?'. liol SIK AM? llASKI li? -"mutti I (HJi - .'.til eol uran. "hoAiii? tan Uoostm?Tktrd PWpt M anti Itbeoluniua. jtl'aiM-'fti? ?ut?? tn?y?,,rlli l'tuje?l-t ? .?Ilium t ii in' i - i ok lu -i*?? -.? Mi N Third Carp M column. Coi;rou ?T?o* KoTirM Semor) Vnge?6th ?*i?iiitiiii l?lvii>KM> NimcM- "eienth Cone ,tli ?nul litu c.iltiiiiiin. l?i N ?i-ih?- Iiiuii Cart ;M rolutun. Ki Rin'i i? Hoi ki a ttrond I'age?Stit and nth column*. Kx? t K-H'N? - Third ?'mie ?i:b eoliiiiin. PlMANCIAl sere,,11, 1,,,/e Ita an.I .".ill columna. FiKMTi in Third foot .'id eoluiun liri r ft vMi i?. M u i - Third Cum -(?'li enliitnn. Horans am? Farmn Wimii? .*-?..'/i Cain ttli (??iiinin. IvBTiit i-rioi tun* l'uni ".I and -??I e,-nunns. Lkoai. Moneta?Heeowd Van 6tb-eulinna. *Maoiii\u;i ."er,,,,,i cwyt -61- rolnmn. M a kihi am. m?ii VIamtku Third Catt :i!o.?liiinn. ?lAklllA'il - IM? III', ills Ililli I'nie -Util e.?nunn Mint ki i ank'H'h? Hani Faye ?i?l ?-??lunin ; l.iynth ?'age ?fith i-niniiiii. MFaii'Ai lN-!"i'tiiM? Thirrt Vane Ht li column. \l.H I'l'lllt? l,l?>\s Suth Caoe i\ enluiuti. I'K<U'??-M - - -nutli 1'iliie HI col.linn. K?>*' kATATB r?>a Mli --t'llT 8Uth Vupt lil eolumii ; liKoouiiN Birth Cu-ir ? lib ???iiiinii; Nil?- li u-i.t ? Omah y*ii(/a--itii eotaniu: ??-imih -Suth Cote uti ?oliiiiin; TO I x ? 11 *. \ i. K -Hirth l;i,ie- Uti (?iluuiii. *.ii i;-? in ah r;n? tormud Vttgt >? ? 11 cn.mini.. HAM*?.h Ramio ?teeewM Cagt litlicnlumu IMTQATioKa a.mh'. v\?i-- Third Pagt ."?th i-nltmiii ; Fkmai.k- ia riivuir :,\u and ?ib columna. Frei i ai. Non. i'- /i-f?*? Cage?Otk ??otana. OtAXyomuur?omeomd Cope- Ktb eoluiun. Uti ? m no ? i-am Kui non-?- '?"">?/ ?',ujr -l.-t, 3d, and :t(| ('??luiuiiM. 8TKAMI.ll?, (>? I IV ",r,nlh Cu,;e -?.lil OOlnnUL Pi. ?, m i u I'.iti'i n third c-i .-? Ith column. Ir.AVIIVM? Su I ti I'U'ir?A-l eiililiiill. Tin. Ti nr?Third Cagt ?nu c-oltunn. l??I.Kl-:'IT' I'k.ii'i m i ?uH I iii/e-'.lil rnil.tvnn; COVU rm?siri). Pap* ?iii ?-??luiim TuiVi'iiu n Mai Con u" second Pagt Otbcolnmn. Uuoinco? Xoticco. Don't r**o in iii?-?'oiintrv without n Rood supply ?fliont?. .-i? ?-. ii man. -.I..H-. Mill i,', ?a...ii uton-Minare. Om Two M'Ilion Dol?an I'uiil in t-a-di tanaMatal-atte] ...?:.!. i-t>.i Tu 11. .w ; i ,..-??f tlarUar-. TERMS til Tilt: ililli! m:. w DaiiyTi;iih MR. Mail Sul?-? iiiiers. $10 per ninrim. Simi-Wki ki v TKiBi m , Mail Sulweril ? ?.'.-?. $!? per an. WbkHI 1 Kim m'. M?iImiIisi ribera, .*?"-.'pt-ruiiimiu. A d y er ti al a u 1?' u t ?? ?*. Duly TnilU'SK. '20c. 000, ive. Ml? 7.V. ami (] ?per line. Fr-ii-WK.v.Ki ?, Tri him;, 23 and 50 ce ita i*i r lino. 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Tiiii Tliiiil- ? \.-., t-urnei I "?.it. - a? i.-iiili-st.; Nu. -.:(*??: l'li'irtli-av?, (Hartem.) Itiio'iKivN No. ;;_;;! VVaahinxloii-at., next door to tlit? I'nst-I ?tin-. . Kian::*- DlSTKICT, l;ii??uKt.V.\". Is??. *?, Broadway. Piiii.Ai.i i i-i! v So. 112 South Hix-h-at. \V.*?-111M,|?.N Nu. ""1". lu m"c, - : 1111-?r. LOMD >*>?No. *-? I ri,-, t-t-t., E. I . lilvt-rtisein?'i:- .uni -ni?-, ii|?tiiin. are received al pU-ilisliel's I'.ltei, Illili kingle ruins i?l lill IllllU'MI iiuy allia.? i !??? ??I?!.ii!i"il al ;nl the ?hoi ? ufli? em Till. TKIBI NI "" MOJ?TIILT ( li.1.NOAH. T^l? lort/e flyurtt uulunl. ihr ?fu. \ of tht i-i-nth -thl ti\,tll once " ria i ' "' - v'< f. i Huu. i Men. i Tuna. . ??? 1- 11.ni l"r. j Hat. I Jalj_. . . ? . j .; I l-l 2 M* :)!?? fi-*" o 7 i-?? a i* "i m I io im 11 IM i ?_ ?' IS IM li " IC m 1?; in 17 IM " .'II Ml " ? 'J! M M m i'1 il ?-* n * i l ? ki'' ;.?? -ni ai m Xtfrtyork Daily Srilumt FOUMDED BY HORACE GREEL.EY THURSDAY, JULY 22, l*s7.->. THE NI " S 7/y/*? VORNINO. FnitriiiV?In tit.- Fi -ui-li Naiimiil Aaaemhly tin Ru'lii ('.?util ia <li-"?r_.mired ? the Left waa defeated on m in.?ti?>ii to lii-iiis- the proi?oaed reeeaa t?o-day, ___r^-iiii"( ara diaaeiiaiona among the?Uonaerva? tivea M tin- ?riti-li t.??vi i nnt.-nt'.-? Tenant l.'ii-'lit lill. ?\lexander and William t'nlli?- ??f eildon **ei- eliut/i '1 willi obtaining nnlawfully 91,000,000 fioin t!i? ?London and Wewtmiu-d ?? Bank, Sou _e Cruel fal Bpain i?an in,, a?,,;. ?Bara I."? and Hen .Siul, l???tli I lti.nin.iii im-, wen- Kent to pri.ioii in l!n\.iii:i li?r li-'nii; ti? a-_?ii;i!'li? langnage, =i=r_: Si-veiiil |>l'ues in tin- Inland ?(iiiiitieH in En? gland were iniiiiilati'il. The ?Ituiner Abbot? ll?r?l (if i'ililu'ili !|?lii?l Welll ?-tun?? ?Mi lilli Welsli roust ; tin* pam-nii? r-i \\?r?- ?ill landed. Major Fulton Mon tin* I'lialleiiL'i? t'ui? at Wimbledon, fot wSi( li in? nil? m "1 UM Am? in .ia Team aluno ?'inn. |n-ie?l. DoMEfU i?.- \i ?'iiiniiint William I!. Warren r? ptutiMlt.il?' state Treaanr] in mt ?factor*, ?tandition anil Hu? fiind-i ali .'leeiiinteil fur, lint anggeat?ed cliaii??'N m the methoi-i of bookkeeping. = The Liberal State ftob-Committae p*-*?oWed t?> def? i i ill ing a t i>!i\ciiti'Hi, Tiie D?mocratie earapaign ?j? ii?-<1 in ?Ohio with papel moncj sj?. ??? lies by (???v. Allen mu? Mi. l'eiitJ'i'Um. 'lin- J'i.tiike?s'( ?iii \iiitinii adopted m ?liiiiii'i foi Kpeeie i?.i>nieiiti? ?uni tin- n j?, al ?I iii? v u-i.iv on banka. Aap?eei__l Cabinet meeting ?-?.i-? hehl, a.> the reaalt of which tin? l'ii-:i(li?!it will nut interf?ra nmhii injudg?. Fixliel'i? I'.im . tu y a.m. St.m RB.*.!-.?The apecial commlaaion t<> iii\esti?;iti- Pmf. VIarah'a charge? Hniahed it- work hi tiiii? ?-?ty l?.v examining the ImtpiM'ton appointed lythe I'.?'.iii1 of Indian ('oiiiii.i--.nnet-. . I !?? "Brand inayof tlie Hepuldie of New Jeraey had an mumal renn ion al Newark, and ex-Gov, Farker de liinii-l tin- m if-n. - 'liiv Fi nanee Committ-o of tin- rfew-Yorh Uoard id Ahlerwea decided t?? rofoiuiiuml >- '-?7 on iv.Ti .-j-HM) a-s tin? I rat? ??I tnvti.iii f??r the year. : . ?, The i Kew-Viili- l'->;u<l ?t lil?- Illili rviitel? ?--j pell.'d tin? Cwmuier lal ( ?-nijninv and the agency o? Mom??.-!- ?\ Mi.liiUe f-.i tdepartiug froaBoard raiea. - A I ecooer'a Kury fonnd thal tbaahoof> mi: ni .-?anille', 1'iailt.v by lu- ann, in Wist Forty finn th -i., on mi i ula y, wa*? done In aelf-defenaa. -crjK A ?lef^l?ati??u in th* If ?-ni) "I ?Long Island^ CHywaadin? ive?red. - - An expluaiou on thetow liotit ?"-ila?? <>. l'n r- v ?-I tin? An-tin line to Albany in? jured three it;?ti. MM fitally, liy ?>f**waping sHaiii. Cold. 1131* 11."-, II'J'h. <ii?'.?l mi I'll- (?1 tin liMti-l-tendt i ?I?.Um ut the ? lona, BO :??? Tin Wi Aim . 'J li?- t*?ivei imniit i?-?M>rt ptcdieta ?mi?ici uinl eli .n m liiiiii'i eland] weather. ?a.eriiKUiu-ter in fu- ? Hy > i ..t.-i.Li.. 00 , 77 , *. . . i,;-,),!,-,? loar?a*"" burn for the Saininer cnn have Tiik IIaii.y Tkihi,**i" iiiiiilttt to (hem tit gnu muire*!,, uinl til ./?/?/,?? (Imiijiil a* tijtcn u* ?cMtrcd, punifHtol, tar ..?1 *xr month. The re-nit ul lin? cx.iiiiiicttiim ol tlic booka O? tilt? M.it?? 1 l? rt-IU? Ya OliilO l?y u 1'ulllic A((ount;iiit i?? ( r? (iit.iliic to the Trcmuiw mid iiiil-u lu- i^'t ttifying to Hie i?nl?li?'. Tlie tua* iiiuliiili WaNM t0 I. tv?- 1?? ?ii l?'iii.iik.i;>ly tliui oui'lt, mid tin? only ?til?j??i t.i ni criticism that Mung fourni ?ne BAMbrnoOtA WllgllUiil l?y )fii ?aXltiita, und by m iiii-.in.H mfleet-Bg ttpon the pnat-i in? um h lit of tho (?!lii<?. TtwwAkWtM l-iiiien ha? pmvnl *. luitJiitil and eflicitut piiUic wivaiif. it waa 1? 1?.- ???.????i-t.-tl ti,,-,! Um bald ft??nt I'lCMiitt-d i?y th?- BMMbeca ni ti,? Wlii.-i y King would not laut lu ion-cid.on-?i dowarifht J earm-stncss ?pen the part of tht* Government in the eoniltit't of the prosecution. We h?'nr n??\v that they at?? r??nortitifr t?? MMM of UM old and too familiar mthodl of hriiiidng a pres 00X4 t<? lu-iir upon the Beeietaiy of tlie Trea uit tvith ? view to M0__E_--C <<?inproniis?s. But Mr. Bristow st.nnls finn. II?* || in iii?- iij__rlit ; ??vi ty 111:111 of tin in ahoU-d l?c pushed to tin? ten wall. lu his address before the Ciraiitl Annv of ti)?* Republic, at Newark yesterday, the wai Governor ?>f New-Jemey appeared io Um role of peacemaker. The keynote of GOT. Par? ker's H]?ee?h ii found in the ttonls, "The fu " ture of tlii-a gtOA? DI turn demands the burial "of dead Innes," ?uni theapplause tvith which it was received afforded another indication of the InaiIhn II with whi? h the vrtei.in-? of the Union Ann] respond to the ?ty of the whole country foi reconciliation. Proa the report <?f what took place al the Cnkinet meeting yesterday ?1 in evident that ex-Gov. Shepherd i* about the only inflnen 1 it I adviser of the PimMobI who ft vois the retention of Judge .Fisher in the office of Di_ ti i? t-Attoi ney. On the other ride ure Beete Fiih and Hi ?stow, Attorney-Gen? ?ml l'i? rreponti and even Secretan Delano ? i'?--iil?-s Postmaster-General J? well. Bo there is still luipi' that Judge Fisher will follow hil toa in stepping <?ui 0} office. Mujo! rillten, who was the fourth in the ??oiittst at Dollymount, tton yesterday the Challenge Cup, foi whi? h members of the American Team alone competed. This cup. it ttill be remembered, was presented by the Council of the British National Association t?? j the \m liciiii riflemea for annual competition. The winner is to hold it until ni \t year, when it i-, to lu- -hot for again at Creedraoor. It i t<? be regretted that the \<-teran* Col. Undine WM too unwell to take pall in til?.- conti--t. The criminal charge made agaimtt the Lon? don m?-n hunts, William ?mil Alexander Collie, is a v? iy grave on?*. It ii alleged thal fraud? aient billa <?f the linn are afloal to the amount of from seven and a hall to eigfal und a hall million dollars, of which the London and Westminster Bank holds two and a half mil? lion!. If ali this be proved, the fraud will be as colossal aa that of the Tweed Ring in this city. It is a remarkable reverse of fortune thal makes it necessary for merchant* who en? joyed so extensive a credit to go to prison foi want of bail which was ),\,t\ ,tt the reason? able sum of 140,000 each. A coroner*! .jury yesterday found that the ?hooting (?I Samuel Hail? \ i?> hisSOU, iii Weal I'mtv-fourth-st., on Sunday, wai an eel ??l <!1 defense, and the young man has been re? leased on bail. We suppone thai the jury In tended to give a sharp warning to brutal husbondi and fathers, but their discretion i-? less commendable than theil intention. The ex? tremity of young Balley and his mother hardly appears to have been so desperate that the son waa forced t?> tak?- his father's lil?- as tin only possible m? .in- of escape, and H he ii no1 properly punished foi his too ready nae of his pistol, evidently with intent not to wound and disable hut to kill, the influence ?>f inch a failure of justice is likelj to he widespread ami mischievous. The Liberal Republicana represented yeeter? daj at Saratoga stand mainly foi a protest. Their potter may 1??' lilli?- or mm li as they conduct themselves, and circumstances turn. There is a great body <?l independen! voters, mostly made np of dissatisfied Republicans, sonn- of whom hit the party in 1872, and many m??it- of whom were driven out <>f it by the revelation! which followed that memorable campaign, who Bee little to choose between the professed principlei of the two parties, andar? resolved m to use their votes ai to force both i<? the selection of the l??st candidates, and ?hen to make the choice between them according to their own lust judgment. This state of affaira a year ago led to the greal elevation of oin State pol?tica shown in the presentation ol two such rival candidate! as Gov. Tillen and Gen. Dix. The citizen! who forced the two 1?,inn- to that attitude, ii they never accom pliidied ant t liiiii_: else, may si ill lay fail claim to the public gratitude. Tint can doubtless do a- much lliis yeal, and tiny mat do more. Ml'II ?.A PERM'S I M il. Everj day (he ?-??u- in Ohio becomes more sharply defined, and the importance <?l the pupiilai decision in Octobergrowi vaster. The ?j tient ion raised by the demagogue! and in? triguen who have secured the control of the Democratic organization in chu? is literally tiii.-: -tiny propose t<? retain theil political power by stirring np among the masses a blind, unreasoning hatred of " the bondhold ???i-," 'iii?- creditor class," "the mont.? p. ?wer," ,tn?l the National hanks, fomenting the dis? content hy the advocacy ol inflation, at tending to the Injury of the objects of their malice and the be? tit of tin pi-imi h-.-?.*> and insolvent. Wi have already com? mented on the platform adopted at Colum? bus, and we now adduce as further indication-. ??I what Im ?-?-s are at work the base ap? peals to the lowes, iustinetsand vilest passions which ?lady crowd th" columns of The Cinein ii, Kntjuirer and The der eland Plain-Dealer, tin- ttt" most influential journals a la h are sup? porting Gov. Allen for a reel? don. See also the copious extracts from the speech of Gov. Allen .it Ne...ni?, herewith printed, and the ?.peech of (.en. Cary, the candidate foi Lieutenant-Governor, al Nilea ?>n the 17th, , which from beginning to end are lit pendents I to the platform and t<> the influences which have been brought to beai in ita snpport. Lord Brougham, in his "Remarks on the "French Revolution," dwells forcihly on "the "danger of neglecting due precaution! ngniuil "the arti and the acts ?>l violent partisan! "working upon the public mind, ami of per " mitring them t?> obtain an ascendant by "despising theil power or trusting to their "luiii?: overwhelmed and lost in the greatei *multitude ??f the peaceable and the good." Congressman Kelli y baa reeentlj directed the pulilic attention t<> the awful scenes of the French Revolution, and wi trmd his timelj waning will not lu- suffered to pass unlit'?I'd. In ti- ,v of ihe circumstances tthiih bave thus i.H characterized V,u campaign of the Ohio Democracy, th?ii platform, theil pie sea, and tin* speeches of Mesan, ivnilh ton, Kelley, and Caiy, all mttering and watering the seeds of I communism, anarchy, hatred and disunion Cor 1 lins endeavoi to incite the WA -t against the Saat) we tell Senatoi rhuroian thal then iii. hut on?- course Kit to him which M eoiisist?-Iit \tith duty t?? Ids party and t<> bli country and ht^ own honor. Ile must re?)Htlinte the ?tltii/irm, Ihr tnittltihilf*, tin WWW of the WWI ?//,./ tlie iarrittlmiy lu ni injure of the injhtliiiii'tsf ?V?. ,';">'. The issue whick the Ohio deUMgOgMI have m ide ovenhadowi in Imjioitauu all otben? And j here ?gala we borrow the words of Lord Rroui-liam, which fit this occasion as I casting fits its mold : 'Mt behooves us lo consul? r how HpowefM I \oice is raised by these facts (the " Reign of Tenor) in condemnation of the "sluggish, the W-fish. the pusillanimous con " duet of those who, by th? ir acquiescence and "neutrality, arm a despicable and uiipiin " cipled minority with tbaohtta power. .\nd "as-uic(lly a warning, a* Well as a "condemnation, proceed! from tin* waw "view of the fact-; for nothing ?an be "more short-sighted than the policy of those "liinid 01 ina? tiv?- persons who _____ r tlnni "selves foi the sake ?>f present eaw and "safety, to be detened bon performing their "dilly lo the community. New de? p!\ lilaiu "ahh tur?- the uti] ?t-tiihh- ?la--? s of the "French capital in preferring theil quiet Co " th? ii duty, ami making do bead against the ?'?li?l?s and their m??l>! Hut how heavy a pen "altv ?lid they pay for the momentary repose "which their cowardice purchased!" To .-how lha! the principle! and ihn pur? poses of the supporter! of Hie Alhn-Cary ticket in Ohio arc of such a character that no good citizen, howevei hostile to the National Administration, can exult in their success, ii perhaps unnecessary, the lad Ix-in? airead) so widdy known. We annex, however, hy way of supplement to Gov. Allen's recantation of bia haul monej principles of n generation ago, a feu sentences extracted almost at random from the speech at Nflea by tin- candidate for 1.?cuten;,m -Governor, and we respectfuUj a-k Senator Thurman bow be, m a citixen and a Senator of the United States,can reconcile the support of two such men on such a platform tt i i ti his oath of office : l n ,u i. '?. , barge Hutt the .e-ln-t uni lui"n't..a- steai nti-s nf ?In- I:, i ullin .m itiiiniiii-ii.iii'iii, It iiiiiiiiiinil, moat t.-iiit lu an lill gil ?fllilr ?iiiiIIh t win. ii will 111 Kraeetb? i lull/..m 'ii nf i'i- ??-?'? atti i>??>?!in.- ii.iitiui.il bsakrapt? >, 11 pudlatkm ?? ni min. Under lae pn lex! " ol .trengtbenlna the poWk credit" Um foul wrong irai eonimiiimated ?mil Um "Moated t ..-. Illili,its" were .-ItMll'tli'l] ?II II ?till intllll 0900,000,000 to I.?- iiiim-il mil nf tin- ?meit s uni lull nf the laboring m.i?i ? wbu were airead/ groaning ander ra trpprt -n< koadol t.ixalmii. lint \%.i.ir iini tin- "Moated ?peetda?or?H demand ol ii r |i.ii ty, and bon wa? theil demand responded toby tln-lr ?iui ni?? in ('iiii<!i---s l 'I'ln; provided bj? law tli.it ?in imiiils laaned andei tbe Punding Mil ti oaM m trer be taxed )>> I'? dent, Mate, m munit Ipal nu;Inn it? ! \u uni.ixiii ;n i?i.n i .i?-.? openly en ited la (bli Kepublle bj tin? port] tli.tl ii".', tudu lulu- I'll lulu.iini in |??iu? r i.? tin iiiiiiiiii and betrayed pro tai er? nf wealtfe ! In order to nilli fie tin r Im reaae the raine of tbe bondi and depredate tbe monej valtieol labor and allktndaof I n i.pi ti?, tin . .ii] >i n i i I' '???i-i ? i in I Mu n Ki |nil'' !? in allies ?in. began earlj and ?_ lemaUeally tbe work M di* tululAhing tin? rnlni.I legal lemlera. OongreM i??i-i-'?I a law Inen laing, hy h rsrjr mall amount, tin- lega Mender circulation. Prenaient ? Irani, lerne lo in- InnUnata,and t?? earrj atti tbebeheataof roupaa i-ii|i|iei-? ?uni National hankera, Interpoaed 11 s ? ti?, i ii.' m?-, t?? nt bj. tin- light nbig's wing io all tin-1minirii ? nf Europe, and liwtantly tbe airea were wadi li"t by Ihe rontrnitulatlon? ot tbemone; rln * "f London, Frankfort, Parla, sad Vienna lo tbe gold gam* Mei of Stat? inda II ?'? tirant bad eared tbe neata of tint te?, ai.ti gives tin in ? nea lleenae toptnndei tbii K11'.?I j?' "l'i'' ! If tbe Diinn. ?: '.iiic partj doe? no1 gel Into powei lo at n?' t?its tiil.iiiev before the 1 i ni July, 1870,1 would advine you lo pul your bouaea la order, for whli _pn ?I misery, disaster, and rata are Inerti ti?i?*. [fyoahare puri-baaedsfarm or dweUtag-bouae, and owe one-third ni tain- pnrehsM money, l?i-i- so time lu persuading the mortgage? totaki tbepropertj off yow hands fut wbal 3 mt oars. Me? '::iiiii ., iniiicrt, ?till! ni'-'i. laborera, what ?.I \ I--? ? ni I _i\? youl May dod I m teeny upon you and your ili-i>"ii?l,iit ramlliea, Tem Bad tin h deaUtutbm ?rill dot) tit ?i-I l|l| |?,!| ! The foregoing extracts, tsith tims?- from <ii?v. Allen'? speech printed elsewhere, fairly repte sent the spirit of the m? n whom the imrresa of the Democratic ticket "mihi make Governor ami Lieutenant-!--overnor <?i ohio. THE MU IA \ INA Woy ?lit HY. Col. Steinberger seems, from the copious letters in The Herald, to hate taken posses? sion o? the Samoan Islands with an immense amount ol dignity, ami if the, nhaple-miuded natives are m?t duly bnpccsseil with !iis per sonal importance and ability, a- ttell as frith the power ?ii the Government he really tbongh not officially represent?, it -will no1 be because either be oi Gen. Grant baa omitted anything bkelj t<? affect their hnaginntions. The Colonel was transported to the new kingdom in n ship of '.tar, anil he hole a lett? from the 1'n ? I * Til comuieuding him to the confidence ?if the chiefs and stamping bia adventure with a sort of national character. Artillery, small arms, and ammunition were .-?-n: along as Mpre - "ei1-. from our Government"?by what authority tt?- ?h? not clearly trader stand?and I'd. Ste?ibergcr carried in In- breast-pocket a constitution and Mil of rights for the nea monarchy, and in the tail of his coot a brand-new flag designed i oin own stai- and Stripes. The comm md? i oi the man-of-war introduced the Colonel with lunch ceremony. 'I he caunon were duly plautod around the government Innis?-at Vpia, panta hums were put npi'ii a- large a part of the native army as could be eaught on ??lion notice; and in l'on* the Tuscarora sailed for home Col. Mi iiiin-i -?.??? had been ii.'-tal!-d as Prime Mini-tit for life, with two hm.j auder him who t '!_?? ililli? reigning four jreara at _? tune, ion last intelligence from the new monarchy t.?'? ented the dusky islanders, with nothing on to speak uf except cocoanut oil und red hair dye, sitting ander the waving palms, and looking with enriona interest at tin- i se. 11? ni ' ulouel, ulm stood in tlie midst of th. m, making a long speech of tthi-li tiley did not understand a single word. The practical advice niven to the Sam?nos, hotb bj the Prime liinistei and the na.,ti officers, was vet_ simple. It wa- tlrst, to wear ?loth?"-; and in thi- recommendation which does so lunch ( redil both to the hi ade and the 1.earls of the entire party, w< cordially con? cur. It tv.i -, .-it ondit, to " hat e "faith and confidence in the white ? people;11 but alniut tills w< are not m clear. Commander Erben reporta that the Samoai s are ezce lent creatures when th? y are I? ft hy. themselves, but the settlements where foreigners reside are sinks of iniquity. Moreover, large tracta of laud have been ob '.... j l ht white men for ? mere s-m;??, and large tracts are claimed by adventurers ti Im ! cannot shots h satisfactory title, and, thanks to . the pre. im ??I white dicd,a rent deal of the prop rty on the islands bal become the mbject oi perpetual quarrels and complications. There has h?, n ?i great Polynesian Land Comp ny, j tvith a ? .pita! of 1100,000, but it has gone into bankruptcy <?n a debt of 11,500; and uni then- i.-< a iSamoan I.and Company whose agent is tlie American Consul and whose share? holders .m tin -?l\ Californians, -?ml it is poa* sil.lv t?> tim p? 'pi? \in '??Hait oi thisCompauy ?tliai ( ol. Bteintorgei alludes ulan he v..'ins | Iii-* isliii'1 hnbiaeta that they en (ht " to consider "that perhaps the white men may have M grievances, * and that "the large mercantile "linns" arnon,; theiu h.ite given the islands whatever importance they poaacai. 1 hat the ; <'ohmel i-- pi tetie.iiiy the agent ol' I Ufa "1 California speculatora of eourse tt. would not | insinuate for the v.oild, ( ol. Btdntw g i betug ? the representative and proteg?* of the Presi? dent of the I'niNd .States. TIht** li out* blot however npon,the picture of Mu* little tropical parndi.se tit it in -sketched ' for in* in tin.* Colonel'? addrcsn. He stimulated the ambition and industry of Ml hearers bj ! poiuting to tin* example of Hawaii whore o j mild and ?gentle neo like th?*ir own, "baringa "largo "?hare ol' Immun InteUigenee," called in thf! whites to make, laws and ?ii.-titutions f??r them, and what i* tin* n-adt ? "Their lit "Ih* inland kingdom li noogntood ?uni re " spe? ted nhroad. Peace prevails, and the " jnople are happy. . . ?Dbrft-WO have in.nie " r-.nl havoc unnniK this in'ii tin?,' race ; tliiir *' population seems to 1??' pas-in;; away. Kunu " tliiri brief notice (?f Hawaii yon may judge "what yon may luconiplish witta your ?ibuii " liant ie-oill'ccs in the (?ays to collie." Hut let oi hope thal the Colonel, in the ?".???foment ol' oratorical fervor, naid not pre? cisely what be meant. We pr? fer to think of the Banoam as not only peacefn] but healthy niiilcr Ina benefleent proteetion; bananas, ami prickly pears-, and tar??, and all lundi <>t queer fruit's ripening In profusion on the moun? tain .?lopes iiixl juicy COCOanutfl dropping at frequent Intervall upon the strand; the Land Company Rittin?' ?ill it deacrves? the cannon ranting in the peaceful public square; the dodo multiplying in the forest ; the populace gradu? ally getting ?accustomed t<? shirt*-, ?cul the two king?, going <>n duly in tegular order, and turning in when tin ir watch Is ended, as quietly as If ?thal were the custom of all crowned heads the world over. A LITTLE inili'lAll. CLAM YANKEE. Wv regret t>? observe on the part of some of the most distinguished persons in public life ni the ('?tv *>f Washington an nndne sen aitivt**MM ?m the snl.jfit of the removal of i Jini-.'?? Fisher. K.-i'ov. Shepherd, for in stani'1', Interrogated as t?> the alleged oppori i tinn to Judge Fisher in the Cabinet, replied ! frith ?asperity that the only enemy to the District-Attorney among the ?Presi? dent's official councilors was " that little " bobtail (lain Yankee over there in ? "ihe Post-Office." By this observation In* in? dicated of eooroe the Hon. Marshall Jewell. Wc do ii"t -.ci* the pertinency ol the metaphor, To he stjrc, we aro m?t quite clear (nourmind m to what u bobtail clain is; ?mt whatever it ia, WO are Mtisficd that ii heals no re-elii hlrtnce to Poatmoster-Oeneral Jewell, 'lhere is nothing bobtail about him. The remark <>f the ex-Governor, however, is interesting as an Illustration of s state of mimi. The cnill.se of the new PostUMSter General has been riewed by the President's intim?t- associ?tes with unconcealed disrtatis-* t.K'iiuti. It li not so much that In- interfered "ritt* ?listant mail-lettings, and even prose anted a friend of Senator Spencer ; they mighl uisapprove such eccentricities, lint they hardly took the trouble lo resent them; the real COUSfl of cbogrio was that in Rtriking out a new plan of reform ami persuading ion. tirant t?> sgreo to it, ii??v. Jewell assorted an influence over the President's mimi which no Cabinet Minister, ? m? pt perhaps Mr. Bristow.- ha<l ventured to exert ?before. If we ran imagine how Wolsey felt towards Cranmer wo can perhaps sppre ciate tin? depth ??f Mr. Shepherd's affec? tion for the Poatmaster-Gencral j and when the rifting Minister trenched no far nptiti the privi? leges of the old favorite a., to interf?re willi the affairs of the District, the fountain of Mt tiiin-ss of course ovciil? weil. Ami th.it ae loiint.s for th?* liamlsonie, grey-huired little bobtail dam Yankee. NEWSPAPERS ASH lil I'l TATIONS. These ?shattered ?atotessacn ??i?' haul. Amias ?each ??ne ?goes down ander the iii?' ??! the news? papers, with all flags i!.*, ing, ami every flaunt l?g lie set to the lueeze, his last -.'-..t i* ?it the daily pie-.-. Willi one voice the;? have nil agreed that the press prostituted its Influence to gratify ?personal hatred, ??r wantonly Mew? ?reputations t<> pieces t?> prove its ability to unmake men as well ?is to mike them. It was corrupt ; its license iras w?tin?,it limit; it assailed without mercy, ami tdaudered without pretext. .Mon? than this. Newspaper! wen no1 only ungrateful tbem hcIvl'm, hut they wen- teaching the Republic t?> be ungrateful. Lona years mt faithful and hum si ?service could 1m- ?swept away hy n single broadaide of liei and innuendoes, and the -sliiittnie ol' n life's reputation crumbled down by explot ions of nialieioiu. Hquiba ami hil-h.'iinl??1 chargea. The voice ?if the people, which is so often the voice ?i th? puss, mia ?at, him: the same key. Deputation wai no longer worth scctiniuluting. It had ceased t<? i?? worth living for, winn it could lu* over? thrown by a mere accusation, and ludictnienl wa eqnal to conviction. The deluge of ?lander aii?! conspiracy had comet and all good iii?*ii were going donn .together. Gutenberg mighl better have lett types ahme than have had the 1 le. ii for his only heir. It i- hardly aeceasar. to tell newspaper readers ih.it On-e mournful whims cain" from men who swore lo lies on the !!<>>k ?>l Truth, ami to??!? oath iii,it hands that had been deep in iluit win? -white as snow. Pensioners ?>f the (ledit Mobilier and Senators owned hy railroads ; lawyers who became legislators only for their clients ; canal contractors who found t In m-, 1 ?., -? -i-, badly unbalanced as theil i?i?)-. ami canal claim attorneys, who grew lieh cn fraudulent slaims ami then -? i ni? in ?business as reformers; lobby ? ho sat in the leatl ol' r?i?ii senlalives, and lobby! its who found pressing burin?es of an agricultural nature in Canada when the courts wanted t?? try them foi perjury?the whole crew of disreputable and doubtful pol? iticians and ??hy sters joined in the cry. The truth is, bj u-ual, just the reverse of what tlie-?- worthies proclaim it to be. There nevei was a time, in our opinion, when ?responsible in *.* .papen watched tin ir utterances with so much care, <?r when the ?people thenisiIves, ?n Ear from seiring and accepting every scandal within their reach, won m slow to he convinced? There are always, of course, r?a?l? is and newspapers who revel in horrors, bul they so<?n Und their level in society. The ?great, deeenl publie conies to -??? before long thal only those purvey tilth who like to handle it, Htid such journals decrease in influence as they increase in circulation, s?> far from a newspaper attach being necessarily fatal to the prospects of ? public man, then? is nothing that s?? m aily approaches s blank cartridge, if it- only foundation Is in mallee. When the ?ru?t mau bimsell furnishes the am? t'ltiuitioti, that is anita ? different thing. Ile cannot complain if lus own Worila and a?-Is ?nv used to [riddle bim, His enemies may be awakened t?> fresh activ? ity bj beeden ?iti..?ks, ?bul mch issaulta tim** ply strengthen bim with Us friends and tin? unbiased publie. Indeed, the American people ding t?i their Ideals with a ran tenacity, ami with a devotion thal nothing short <?f damning proof can overturn. There an eovntleoi ex pli ? of this imng the gvOtf li '.veil MUM ?nnoi'ctif, among vulpir thieves as w?-ll as among the aristot'racy of the politicians. Tweed has friend?? and defenders even yet, and tit? ir niinilx-r is increiifiitig lather than ilimiiii*?liing. l'oin? roy is free even fiotn fear of p?-rsecu tion, and at liberty t<? ? iuIow religion and lor? im?* all the world without Iel Of hind? ran??'. Even he, f?iily naked in bil shame, hat bis coteries <>f faithful partisans, Colfax, to t;tke an ofl'en-e of jk ithapi | lighter shade, is roam? ing the eoimtry in t ?mu j ??ranee regalia, the tinsel god of thousandi of his fellow-eountry nun. In our own State, Woodin .mil 1>. I'. Wood, instead of being deposed, are reel .ted, ami Mr. Wood comes hack, probably for the last time, without opposition. The righteous destruction of mort of tins? men they have af? fected themaclvea with the aid of the news* papera. If it baa not been complete, it la -im? ply because the ria new of the community ou which at least those first named have their hold an* Impenetrable to proof and ?h*fy even the thunderbolts of the press. But all this is not fidelity to an Ideal; it i.. mere Infatuation and partisanship. .liist now then l-l a fresh example of the difficulties newspaper! encounter in exposing fraud. Mr. Columbus Delano is in a position which he should inver have reached, and should hate hit long a;?'??. Ile is kept there bj a President who cares as little tor news? papers as he ?loes for puhlh opinion. The final rout of this unworthy officer will be the almost unaided work of the daily press. That it is ao long in coming is another .good illustration of the limitations of their power. If ii tala ? m hm;?' to destroy Columbus Delano, what have righteous men to feai ? We wish that Mr. John Quincy Adams in bets dis? e?arse at th?- Mt. Wollaston (Mass.) celebration tit? othei day had disenssed a little leas traditionally tbe ?t?iiy of Thomas Morton, and of the original sei ti. nient of Wollaston. We have never been cer? tain that tin? people of lb i.itfa a? t?-<l quite fail ly m breaking np that little colony. If Mr. Adams will -f.ni li among tin? books left by bia great grand? father, President Adams, be will find a copy of Moe tou's book ("Nea Canaan "), given ta the President lu the Rev, Mr. llanis; and ha v%ill lind also that Morton sp, ,i.-i ,,t' ti?, settlement as Miar^Monnt, M< n> Mount being .11 onvenient ami suggestive coe? rnption hit apon by the Plymouth hJk to give Woi lastona bad name, Mare-Mount meant no more, are take it, than Kea-Muuut, aud waa intended t?? express that combination ?>f land and water which 'Hu iiiiiin. .-.i charming a prmi-eet. It certainly r. fern d t?> salt, water, and not to beer. Dor. Tilden, while in uncertain health, hss spent tun m three Minil.i.- st Long Branch, with, we be? lieve, part of a saturday and Monday alas ia each ? a-?-. The extant ol olamot mis ?I about tin? by i mi nal-, which think it quite proper lor the Presi? dent of the United ?States t?> remove Ins residence permanently to Long Krauch for five months in eaeh ti n i? i mi it rmi?, and the serions constitutional dis? cussions upon which they have entered about the wuccet-sioo to tbe Governorship daring such abesnee ara puerile. TbeOoveruor is bock tit Albany, und we liare sa) lu- discharge of his duties there tt ill not pli i-f tin- members of the < '. i r ? ?.i 1 King .and his other ? titles a bit bett? r than his abaen? s al Long Branch did. It is very bard for an honest Governor to suit ^li?-iii tay way. *_ It appeared In the Investigation of Emigration and Qti u m tine abuses th ? nt Inr day tint tin iteamahip companies spent about ???>(?,<x?o to influeuce legisls tiun at Albany, and that Mesara. Nolan, Wakeman, ( t-.-?-I'l.v, and Others handled tin? ntoiiey. Mr. AKi.nl remarked of the lobby agents that ''tiny would t:?ki-*lO troin tlnir t ii tints and s|ien?l only JO cents m Alb'iny ;'' wIii? li wa have na doubl i?> trio*. The lu.nils of Mr. .Miram Wakeman, bow ever, call mir attention t ? ? the tSet that when Una ulm i vat ???n waa ni a de li is nanim bad not y 'et been ln iiiiiin? m1 int?? ihn teatimony, and i onaequently that ihe m-ii-iir?: ? .innot apply to lulu. They aas quite right. The ten-cent men, according to Mr, Uvord, n. Mesara. B ulan and Caasertjr, who bave yst to be beard from. _ I'm i!ie iilaim* in th? nirlit quarter. ThepolL-e have many faults si their own, but they should not beb?ame?] for no1 preventing unexpected crimes in unexpected places, concerning which they could lri\i li.ul im poMsible warning. The most wa ?an i?k ?n themis thal in such casca they should arrest the criminals. If then the courts and the police som inn. ii \t ill do tlnir tull duty, them will lie leas prob? ability of future crimes of the -ame kimi either by tin ta nuil or theil Bases Latea. Crimes oannol be ;.'??', ' lil? ?1, bul lim city ian be in ide tOO bat 1"I habituai ? riminals .md for < riminal organisations. rrn-iiSAL. i;? n. Geo. ]',. McClellan i> now in Switzerland, mut w iii a? "ii ' etnrn tu tt.is country. Congressman Jones is the richest man In (fea ii.ii ripabli ?? uni i?v* a 1st thies finnis aslargr as II it of a ;y "i In i m m in l'ni't>iiii.nth. Hein it. .--j.i mci, in ?i papei lately read bi fore the liiin-ii Anthropological -o. itiv, nit Comparative p?r? imin_:>. tunk the i.'ruii?il titut ?rouen um mon oom ?ervatlve tttan men. Admiral Word*? baa not left st. Betersburg ?rith th? .tun i a ni i!.. i. .i? stated m n cable diapatch v it? ia ii It waa tin- s?,iii .ii a-, i which nailed, '>? u Ina the Km r of > ?eden, a lio veas accompanied to I inn-.'._.It bj lue I /-ti Au ex-Consul -jI Belgium lian presented the Nallonal Mnaeutu ?i Bruaaela frith a oollectloa at 700 ancient .-. g ?Iberod m Janas darlas ? ri sldi ace of i > ?i.n? Sonic of t.inin an ?aid to date bach totheaecoud t-.-It I ti 1 J, lu Inn ti.i- ? lil li II ill til. Capt. Cook of the Yali I Diversify crew, states ?. n v n..ni. b? nu?- iii.-1 m . In ?till water, tw< my m la bett?* time than the a nnlng tyow. 'Vu y wen rowing it I t itme In the abell made ni Se? Ha 11 ?, a ird i mi. i tt..k t Kpreaaes bl? entire ?atiafa? Iii u. It i-- ?aid that Miss Julia Smith?one ol the -n itn ---ti i-, n. <,!.i-: nbury,CoiU-U, whoaerealataaeefal t tt.itit'tt lirott-.'lil Milln ?o I'loiiiin. eily ' . t't'iti Itn. pul.Iii .it on.-'.iii??- Luuit-iiit? ?iniiletod and will-ibortly i?tu-li?li a ti. n?i i'.?.:? of the Bible it "in the original tongues. M. Pennell, the famous restorer of objects of ,iiiti'ini*> t" the Lonvn Mu-s inn, hat nndertakrn th t.i-w "i" n -tm in.' the ?tatu? of Napole?n for the CMnmn Vendome. Ile hee aleo been charged to reproduee the -n..iii Mlatuette ol Victory, which Napoleon bold m bii i in! .mil which dtitappeared winn ihe rotuma v. <. thrown down, rin* whola la lo be ? oapletod iu mx i Bishop Coze of fin? Diocese of Western \? w Yiifk. la t - nii'.ii it Boebeater, oa Sunday, spoke ?li.*? ?ppri ringi] of the alma af person? ?vim deaira the i v ereat i.-mittonof lied la the Nation ?t OonaUtuilon. ii iUo iigiird in favo "t " lining the Bible In the pnb :.? -a '. ?? n tin' _ i "iiin! of ita Influence aa acoutterval r ol mt.i tis .itn! n.- l'i? mu? ttnii tin) umdttioiu aini iii-.ii ? li lil.- \ti_.'_?'-S.li . . Mt. II. J. I-.. Caren of Boston i.s preparing to ni i monument for the grave of the lit. Qen. .1. ti, I ..-t. . it N.t.ln.ii. N. II. It ititi bS 111 til? ..nun,f .in iiin n.k, eleven feel high, laetadlagthe bass. Tin? lat? ?? i.i i n, of the ________ Bo? kpoii granite, wini?* t it?- s_onollth will in t et ti "in th-|.ini st i ii m i i.i marble, A nrtand of lamil IM!'- in ml.mi Until a nail Bown mi either ?ide, ? i.ti tin .taii.|ii.. \,i,i be i in ai i n un tii,? front ol tim .tittil, wini? bel? .t , in ?.|i. .?t.. -.into n ?,.,il,i. . li., .,, t. . ., willappeai the following iuncrtption : "Touij liiiiUtiid, .. nUtaj Foster, v.- ut. Colonel I s i ,, ? .?,., r,_ ;it,,| Iln .. i y. .on ? i. -t.?. I . 8. Anny, liied at gaabuxi bi-pt, ?i, lsTi. aged ?!." ?Since his return from tim Wert Indi? s Mi. Edmund C.BtotlrutQ) has i??-?*u sspertntemUng tlie juiii iii ,i ti .n i m m.? i m,., k on tim " Victorian Pu?t-," which ??iii :? I?l*? .ti ? .. 1) in the Autumn flinn ti.?- petes af J. it. o? -' I at I 0 Ii WUlaWhS I li Ulll-OlUe \ ??Ililli?. l?f lllhlell ISOpage? ti. original plan has been extended ao aa te "?"'.i', 'i.laorllrttt U poct-i,,. the hut IO yean, with .?.nuil.. ,v. .., (nu la addition te ?a value as "ll ''. nant criticism. It will sn?ylt a wael )ou? ...? a- ,i uni?, i.k luti.cv-'it iv mage ot ai m-ii ? ... it, during the pn ?eui i. _rn. It ii understood Hihi Hu* tngllah "t.iii.n ..t ti,.- v*oik tt ill b.? prepared by Mi ?t i> ? iaiaaj. ila-lion. George P. Marah, United States Min? ia. : to Italy, baa basa _sada the sfi tot tiir.iii_.ti whomths lim ?r-lt> of Vtiinoiit lui-n it im.l u \ iliiiil.lt? i-.,?it-, linn ni aumaeerlpts ot thethtrtaenth, hiaitasuth .mi BP t.-. nil? it ulm pet, a i>.ut of Un-m .-?.s. aro haaiaoasaty rulirieat.il. [| Ins imt?- to the liln *i ian, M, Marah s,t)i: "Soini'iit tin .i- writtafssswssss MsttTHal Intsr , uni in .i ujiiiitr;- tiUii?- all HM mt- nu r.troao in tlie t'tilted St-.t?*?. th?*jr ara valuable m tl?intr-?'ive rd the ofli? lal Ihiikhi??/?' and Ui*-hlroirraphr of tina cenlarlea la i|ii? si lull." iiiem? ilinruni. nt? were |?r?-i?< nted to th? Uol \ emily lijr Prof. Olasspps Ferrar?? of Kemira, who a hw? ?i nilli a printed viiliinie, edited ?ml miiiuxiiIi ?1 Iijr lilni, of tin- I.nlia text >.f tin ?tatuU-l contained In li.? ?,??Inn,? flmf tAtUtO. l'en* Hyacinthe closes an article on the " ( I.nt t/iii i-tiuii In fictif va," in The liieleprrtrleni, la li.- ?vi- ? ; * Tim Eplacopary of tlie prisent duy I? iii vii. ' iii.? thane gnsl fruKiiinit i?tint of tlie Komas ? li? f'l.uri-li, tin? fir?-?-lt ("ill,?.lie, mid the AiikIo Aimrlriin I'.plscnpul Church. The Connell of th? Vati? can wldc-ed tin? tuen h that hi i arate?! MUAI fraxmenU Int.? :? milt ; I,ut the ?hin ??- o' l lu- Council will not -'ami. uinl on? i- again, ia i,mi:, i m nt ??ni. ?--?ii ?-ii bring i _ht ? ?ni of itai lui?-**, mm? '?ni of nnnfastoa. irnnd i ut of arti, N,>1 01 ly n-toini, bul. tin- vlnllile wolli ?it . - ?ir.?? li I? l?v nilli; for I look for happy reeulta from tin In,ti,Ulva tiiki-n t?v* Ike three different ehiiiiiii-s iii-' war ni It?.uti, uiiiler tin- pii-rtiil.-urv of tin- xr. steal ( ^Nii.li. tiuxtiagkum of tlie i'ii?.ii;ii I?- ! i,.-, i-, | thus i ? mt* r h.mor to ti,? i-? nil? i- uinl r. Ii_n.n of (ii-rtiiriiiv. whim I deplore hcrci .-i?i? i o lin-.ii inti it. i. n.,. m oharas ?itriiri?. The i bureta ?i tv liny is uai-ii?-*,, cruelly iii%n'< 4, sad w? ure i i-liiii- ?m, I fe,u??it 1,-u-t m ti?- ('?hi World?to a eatae? tn?i?li(." _ Ft Hill CAL Still'.*. It i.i announced thai Ctov, Rendricfci will take ll-e fftatT l?-r th ? Ohio In nun 1,1." toward the clona of ti.?? ?? iiii|?;ii?.'ii. Thal i "ii- ? -i?? if be were .?altin? u? tem v lil ii Is moat l:k lylo be tin- wii,lilli?; ride ln-Ioru he opeua ins m?,mli. ?Senator Bhennaa told i Walkington cor reepoadeat i?f Tht Mm Herald, uw ?it???? imp, that -u.ior M ? t'iti i-? ii'.t lu f,iv??rof Intl ili???i. II?; Kui? x milly (-..-tlinir, many indications thal ti.?- In.liana baUgr 1..1 o,is euee Mace ehaaged im? . leva Iii?* hard money l>eino?r;itie journal* ara wi .'li. Ililli tlicliiai Ive.? painfully lil til? ir rtTuTt*. to stake ut Inflation ead ? ? t not hurt ti. mm" m < ?titi? Thejr ought to ne iiiii.'to tee by Ulla tine that the thlaa they ham to ?li-, ,i?i luvst is l,i,? sues? ..I tin ii in ki l m (Hilo. Ex-Bpeake. Blaine*! Presidential ptusyeeti he? not been dlwaaeed Brack man htn raflraad mishap, i i.e Bi r. J. S. C. Abbot! m ives tin .siiuji-, t, nmanrm, in h s ne? ..?mt nf tin-1!,ia.loin r?.lli-i.-e('oiiitii?iic. nu nt in tina wcek't ItulependeaL Ile mya Mr. blaine mail? eepeeek ni Impreaiilve aa to ;? ?<i nuuy to aar, " I ahonld like to *.??!" I??r Hi,u, lu?n f..r tile l'i. si..i ;??.,> i.f the lulled M ? '-s." Mr. Alexander II. Bice i*? ?gaining pound as a ? BSdldata l??r tin- Hcpiililicui aMttaatlea for Gowrnor la M i.-;i. hu-, tin. ll,e ltn.lnn Atlrertisi.r naya that ??'.?n- til.' .pic.In,n to lu' ?Iii-.ii.ii now, Mr. Hi?-?' would charl} lie the clinic, of ti.c patty, the Inninert/tt tiiiuka Mr. liue peculiarly taaHied t?> honor the -tate at the ? ?n i ? uni,ii exhibition next year, end uthet p irtyjoamslf .1 iu lum o it li im in In? luior. Die .Uli nli.tr V ? ??li Mildil iiiii ai..s...,. mi si tis is iii-i.iiiiiii un iiy .,?i.( mm? majority, prorided tim pcopio bare tim riabtkiadof ? iic_?-ite lote for. Tim Ohio iiiilutioiiiriU ar? eviiletitly do !? ftiiiiu ti thal Senates i im? m m sinn not take Ha ?tump for Ilii-iii uni?-?? ho will ?title lu? . miviiili.iis <,ti Iii.'. ur ri-iii'y (jnestloii. The Cincinnati Ctu/iin-tr MAU A ii MSsM und loin,'mt,ii.-on him lu tlil.i \i,iy: "There ure ouly two honoliilnei i.m-, s opi n to .--,-n.it nr i Inn lu.ni 111 tin? eaaraee. If the laaaelal qualme of eons?! nee, \v duli ho forgot for ?in:,it fc.ii s, h ile li'iilh oirit.ik?-a linn, in r in, is n,? iii i i.i.t pott,hamp ??nt of tin? mam |?iil?-'! ; in , ?lit. nu.' it, he e;ill i.? i'P nilen?'?' tom hin.; the curri ne?, The ,,u,- di?honoralile conreo tor him to punna i. tin- oin- which, aeronllni to the i? iir.iti> not thal Kulti. mol?- liil< 11 li ? i :, lu- h.i? pioiiii-t ii to take. Hi liiiniot ..um it to attack bia part} in hie own State, tor LU party m niiio in not in lilis ?-i ni, ni hour coin tin,;, nor ?iii ft forillo, tin.? opiio.-lltlou of ill!}." PUBLIC OPINION. It the Republicans carry Ohio thia Fall Hayes Will at,mil ,l 1,1 Hi | ( lunn i- foi' Hie li? (?Ullin ?111 ll??ll!,|ll tinii tot I'le-i'teiit than (?mill. If elton, Viiirthluiriie, of Blaine.- |< ?In ininti i.iu-uirer (Dee-.) The tact of the matter Beean fo lu* that Ali? ii han ii m- uni to Can on tin- rea bain leeae.aa?' ?t a i > i o A1 ii it on ;i,e i'iiisti,,n of whlaay. Th? tw?,are now niit in hui ?lui Muli' of Inn n.on} .?^1 lucnmaU (.im-tle ll:?*P) President Grant with all Ui ?Istnhea, has di i.. ?! ii -.T.iiiil tillan, .nut one in pulu iil.tr, that at pu-Miit iiMiiii? an in ali it? Balcatta proportion?, ile ina pt.iei ii iii. A?liiiiin-tiiiii"i!. hy lu? Beoeaaee uud ii ts, .i,i'iiii-ly ?ni the ?ide of .apiti? p.iyiui-i.U :B'?nio_ 1 a .?l-l I ipt (K?p.| The attempt to array the Repuhtkaa party ?a a hard nunns) porty, and the Deeaeeratle p?rt> u? a ilepli'i'l.ileil paper p.n i>, I" ?heer folly, lllele 1? liol a iri. en of i hihi u,n sena,- in ii,,uni it ?'??i*, eitef 111? ??II ? .n y on the p.u'i <?r thone ltepu bill une wbe aro _irlr tag to ?io It.?[Harnebafg: i'-ti.ot -. i??-m.? Tin: uni ma. UNKIN IQCAKl Till \TKR "HIP. TltOI IIAI>i?t't:S? PA 11 IIWoltK, Prominent anwng the snnent prooin that it in ??iiiiinicr in New-York, .in, the smell? Hint exit'le fruin tin-ii.ii i?ni ki.its,.uni tin? eeeamaee ei mu ii pesfms* .?.in??a? wi-i-i- giren laet alght li iii? Ualea B^aaM iiu-a ter. A l'un l ?if cl.iiiiiii?"is, tgty, nuil i iilK.ir l.iilfotiii<> calling theiiisiives '* I'lii- Tioiil>.t,l,?tii-i," ? um- foruf.ir.l on that Hti!<? : rtinl?In Um com-?? of mi hour of eeag without ni ii -n-, fi.oltiy without fun, nuil antic without point, freshtu'is, <>r .-?Kill th??e |M-r??in?, three men luvl two \M?lii? ii, in;i(le linne hull ??ll.-i soiiml?, lind perfoi med iiiou: .H.llj ,m? 1 si? I,? Bing ii' ton? than, we venture to ?ay, wi re ?-vi r before obeetred in i reepeetabls theater. <>ut si?ie of mae uytnm, if meta than he, for tiie.iiiii.it Idiota, no exhibition like tins ?>? ? ma lo Mn kahui -m i>o??i l?h?. Til. st? r.'oiiliinlouirt ure noiiilescilpt. 1'el h.?|M we .shall Indicate what they ni*?- Ilka hy MJTtSg tii.it tiny M? ?'?st beery epprentloee. ut i.uk?u on a Finnlli of July, ( ii_',i_i??1 In Hie ggaeekM k11,?v.n na <"'crtii;in fii'i-whh'h ?nu.s!?U III IfeNVt-f ?ins i^'. i. ain.i.liin..' hats over the heads of theil wearer?, playfully taralaa tim ayUimmmn into be_-ac*>|lawMb ?-?I other mich ml? of ri'velry anil facet it.ii?ii.-?.. I'tie.i np p, i? ?i in iii?' ? i? ?i.??'i? i* ??i Mcraata am ;? lark,and they ?liiiily ?ci me?l to think Unit the-, wen Bjlvtag an ?iii?iiaiii< p,n ?iiy of the ealtoaaaeea uml tim taapetaaos folly of tlitutiieiil aauUaara. Vin U'-aril it suit they with Uko tho Vokes F.iinily?of which i .?mie tribe wo are not ?aralaaa ? i?ut tv?-failed to ?ii ted UM ullcicid r? ??.iiil?:iiiii e. An dipt. ? ia remarked, over tha verass al t*. ml? nun, " l'ol .1.\\'n ponies -tas unthill' to t!;i-i" Not out' of these Troubadoara baa the illgklaat Maa ut da-iillerri n??t one o' tilt-in tan s-nt: ; amlllielr vin-.-ni apiM-ar.oict? uml h.ii?li, dis? oui,mi \i?i?? s m,ike them otu -i-i??? to a degree Mint I allein e cannot U-al. One ol the foll?n ?pet taeler. Iht-JT nu. led ?? aa that of u fat i ?own h rating in? heap to _ ;;?!', OB til?- ann of a tutu. Out? of tia comic linea? r-P?.kcii t?y a woman, wau fie remark, ii?n ??iiiiiiK tin? head of the chief, b-SaOSS the Boieieal -I'd ?lulu si pci ti?.mer, "tht-re'ii illillinna la li." 'll.t -?'iiitiiei s?;isi?ii in not an exeu?e for ?in li an nilli? il? n M til?-, and atti pi-a gffig public 1? then fore bj no m? .nis to be caagratulal doatheraepeatagal the t"'i ?>-i -.linne The.it. r. i li se Tiuut?:?<loiirs oeOM frmn the Weet, ead theh play-Mil aata lattfe thal iinv m-e? II kel 111 li lit It -loll. If this th- ..?j, the W. II k Hull 11 .nilli? of ibu founder nf tala papar nuy se repeated tatkass. w il h sin.ulai pinpi let} ?and w lill au ttdditioii I Qe H e?t, 1 !.tiitiad??ii:s, uinl ni.ty 111? le '. Prior t-> Un- ritindj < f theaa perfbtm ?s n i t*"tt wae lii-il- With ?onie sue? ess, tint not fin < ti ?to act tho little comedy ?tailed "Two can Play at ih.it Oaaae." Baaaf done ,'tiiiost entirely a? a furn conn -try to the otu lone Intention of the work -thia pet tty trifle was than ??f hot h glitter uml di-iii.n?). Mr ch-ii!? - v.iiuii iiiiotf, who ki usually a poli t!i?(l a? tor,-.polled hi* piirt by exti.iva _.iii< n ami liol??-, uml be M on-?ml to gog. >lhw Boee Masaap i??>a?,?seH ho muneh talent for Hcliiix tint tin? observer I? pained to ne* it thwarted, t?> ?"tin? ?Mcnt, i?y pensnsl ?l? lu ??, and Ki? ?tly mai r?-?l, in it? ext reise, l?y tin? Mt k of lutclll^ctit ?linly. That ?lie I? disproportion??! Iii? lady ?-..tiiiot help; l,ut, posa-ibly, It may I?? in In-i pawer te collect .uvkw.tnl iii s? of manner, an ailitlnal walk, atlectatlon In everyililin;, uml tim taint ?it Heiiniioita lula chicf. OhA a. led a Inly in lb? manner of a i hamlin maid, aail then-fore badly keweret ini?hiiy. 11.?- lia'il-e wa? lilli; tilt? i'Uc.,1!" w.i? inline rolla and (ada liions; uinl the liliotic piiM?a,-?linu? of the 'lunilla dean wera freqoeatly applaaded. It la aal worthwhile t.? w ist.- more word.-, on eaefe a dismay. ?Uere are Um.-a when .aine ?nut Intelligent perenna anaaafeaaM?Saflnfl 11?, i: s, t\ ?s in .i theater i umt um alghti .?iti-i^vo ?>.platte, waa ana sf ihssi Uaaaa, TIIU'.I) AVKNtK Tlll.ATIIR. The Third ?fenne Theater?eitaalsd at N?. 4111 Thud,i\,-. I? tween ilii'tii-th und Thirty tlr?t-aia. - wUl ba opened next Meadaj areatag, aa?ar the Bsasa^ mcnt t?f Mr. .1 ll-ii}. with u thr.e-utt play Iiy ('. IL Horton, ? iih-ii ?? rilo Pane mnl l'romi ut Kaw-Tatfc?" \ri?Il \"i M Al" i;iii:iN-?<?N li .I.L. To the lid i tor nt The Tribune. Sm : lu your Kind and olia ewin correct ?ailsa of ti.n preflaet-oa of "CHIpsils*" se Monday eiciin.', which appe.ir? in youl i?.-u?> of to-dny, you ?ay ii it n a a? witaeaeei " i?v ii!,?<ut feld pataaaa- Use on that eraaiaa there ?m Msesstys laml >?*-t i? the Hull, ami n .ol', four i un-, na mau) wen, pi? ?-ni aa )our critic ?taten, while laM nix'ht Ihr uttomlutice waa .iiiiuir-t i.in,iiii .,i?t. a ?i.tioiin ni ttist i?mi> SOO patatal uniie-rM.i nu? inst parfanaaaee is llludji tedasaaaassSj ?a ahewlna a lack of pabUe Intereal In my eateryrtae. I lill?! you will llieieloii? iu-eit tim? ??>i i>?< tloii. Yi?ur% m.- i reapeolfHlly, J. A. Kouinmih. Arn? r??A, July ?I, lH7*t.