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Ihs .1 Terell? pap-r?, s'??.* c??m lu? vclv ftuU 'SB Tsibi'sb h s n. lux li.ii.'Nk <l?.fs not cr.ul.it?. s?> nmitii m n - ? tu -ni house?, bal uti Mum- Hill, Hi.sit.it n n'Shis, in the kauto! h at eli .?u?i n.ro u-lmut the |?t?t j.i'ition.uf Iii - it." stn! H????klvn. -uiinntr.utislaiitisl edi s??n?, t ha? the lsi'.-est fit? iiliitiiiii "f any MM r in Hie city. Ker Ssul-a-? lu-sruts el? ?hi?j?i!nt a.-.? the BOUCS "<>f lilt- r? -t t? Aiiv.rtis. rs ' in Ile- Spselal .Net.??? of In ineiTo?'? I min SP. II.-?. Is IBS ".tli.it t.'|?>rlof tim l*o?tiniut!'r ??I Nt-w-Yerk to Shs l'esinss!? : ? en. ral . >f the amount of -a-atag? pa .'., foi the Ural in.ml!, of th-- |ir???oi?t -r.-ar.br ?iel, pspt-l na'iud. sa Us r-??? Lu .-.iiiieii? ? ul tram toe Hew-Yorh ot)..i- n> it? recular eui??? ni? r?, nartw ihr isa rtiimnna pnpaviiiei.i of peatajB' I'enli'is at al In,a, rates to nifular ????t?. r?h. ra Ya?incv paid. Trihi tu . TO.TIlll 81.110 KO II nilli .... "?'7 lill *?S2 3?) 7"ii-e>? . 42 lid B?S 31 v.'.o-i .. .... .J.tiii? Hi nil Ttn- shore ?eiir?-? ?lio* ti.st fas Tkibi'M? eircnlati-s aMN thr..'iKli ia?-iii?il? t Iih.ii Ihr Wurla omi Inn..'aii.nimtl. Th? or lr r? of Hie mot ne ?? toiipaliifs in ?ml out <U KSW-YSTtl ?-tv ?how s sta-llsr .ti?:it???.erii??n in f?\??r of TUB Tiuhinr. The nciir-vs in Apr I litst -??r?-pull sh?! ii th?'time and w11 bssiveals Tus. Tium s)"s-?pt-? isi Notice? to-*osi*-sw. TBejr e\lul?ii tin- ?sin?- n Ittivf piti|H.rti"ii? i.tiw. nut other pap? r? hartog ???input in -1 "f ihr tlaaiajrinn effra I, tin? compsulfs rs fU.f III -n't lilli theil fill ti?? t I'lll.lhsliilll. IsssUM OF THE TRIRCNE Pah y Tumi sv, Mail BaiWnnssra, $10p<.r ?nninn. 8s-.Mi-\VitKki V TbiBI \k. Mai! SuliMTil.? i?. $:J [-eran. iVkkii.v litinrNK. Mail BBBatlibtlB, 9_'i?er aiiiiiiiii. TIIK Tliim'NL'S MONTHLY ( Al.KNHAR. TA/ larg, ?ju*M iii'ltnitr tin diu- of thr inoiith - tt.?i.n,all nne. th? 'inn. ??(the v?t*' bVh. 7 21? 14 n*. mud. i Mon. Tn.-s i Wai. | Thar. ; tri. l fi | ni :i iiv I 4 ni :, -."71 r, ni ms| >? ?i ; II r:t ?ii tv . i> .'-?? is ? if, ni , in au i i: m i-, m vi ni ???? tax l n n ?'??i ?.... it m a, to ii, mt I it aa I m m '."? ?ti .?.. IV .4! ?II i ..I . I . FOUNDED BY HORACE QREELEY FRIDAY, \n;rsT 13, ist.-.. Til F mats mis Mons isa. FnitKHiN.?-A levy .?f 1!M).(i?k> bmm iraaofhcially antiminc'ti ?il M :? ? 11 ?. I. Hit? Spanish Atar teotel Vic ttltlil VVilS ll.lll.l.ill.llll'?' li.'?|ll('ltl(l. All Alf-.tl-a isi vntoiv was gaJaBBJ at ???.-.? ?I'lrtr?!. ??r. Wcda'.s were hw tr?!.-! !>y Um Gf>0?jrraaa?4M] Con t'r -?s at Parta h? Un st ?it nst n ?d Baraaa and l*rttf. 11?> .len. :-:-?-z Tin? Abjiaaiaiaaa were pnp;iriii(* I?? inv.ii!-. tim Efjrptlaa frontier. ?? ? The ?(?? i ni? -1 Ak-iT??n strut k mi n rock in the 8t. I?=ivyre.iifti; li.r pass, nircrs weir hil landtil ??if? ly. - - Tlieiu wen? ?aH-umvo iI?kkI, in <he i'i-i.ju'i, Briti-.li Iiiil:.?. 'II.? American laiileinen sailed _um_\ Liveii?'.?l for home. ~?~ 'J In Old Catholic Collie! em? ?It le mu 1>? ?r.in. I-??ii"-?i!i . i "tv. Tilden was fotraaalljr received at I'ti.a, au?! ?lt'!ivi'i.'?l a laaachOBi ref.iin. - = Yel? low fever l)i?'k?t out vnnoiitly in l'asc.("roul?a, Mi-ts., and -teven ?lettli?* iiciirrod. -rr._ The lion. Win. M. (?roHAi-iinr apoka Sgaitiat itiilitt i< ?ti Bl t*l<vel;ni?l, h? tin? oin.? eanraas. ? A Hood ia Mill Binar Valley and !li<? l.r? ?ik'n?, of a darn ttovataj a fiait St lll.'lll, Lill IH? lives WIM" ll?Ht. ti i Y am? St in.iiiiAV.?An iipproxiniute staU-nient Of Ililli? an, Slielln.Ui at V>.\ li.iliilil icrt and assit?; wits iintdtt, git ins; tin? former a? pA,Ht^t,laS ii?, und the'?if 1er .(?-*?'_'. 1 li',7 i it til. II-?ivy rains did nnuli <l.iiiiii?'e in tint O ra ii ire Yali? y and other psrfs of iN?""v-,!i?r-t?'y, canyitiL* awny scvcral bri.li;??. - '??"?in," >!.ir-,li?ill aiul WilUatB K,?.?. brokers; Edward Hall Bad (?orge K. Hoi*?-**eil, wete in? '?1. ?hirsjid w-iih com? plicity in iitt-e?in- ? i..mt. ?feit California and ?Oraa-M. Kailway Hoi.ds. - The trunk liin-? antioitnced a new tariil lor NVe?t.rii fr? isliti at mt-fessstd rales. ??-----: Th?? Tainui..ny liemral Committee approved the r?a?r?,'aiii?".it:.?ii tal tlic Hld, XJili, and Wtli Jit.tri.ts. - Iii?? I'.iaid of Aideriiun liad n st??iiiiy s?"*'i.iji .m.i :lie i,fii.?il in 1er to extend ti??; water bj.?t.-in arasasjaia defeated by the Kepub ll? in?. - i he Niltlieru racilli" lia l.vny wns *?l?i at au? tutu, and iM.ui-ht in faff .*l()*).('<HM>y tin? Boa lliolders' l'uicli nilli; ('iinimtftee. l'.'lnc feii|-eritit?-ii.l-iit r'i'il: ?>l l?r??<?kl>n a/aa uni..ve.I. Mai 1 l.i U. 11 ''i, 1 Ul ?"?-* <?'?l?l viiliio ?.f Un le^ il-tt'iidej dollar at the ? liase, B8 cant.?. TlIK WkA t llh It. ?lill? <i??V.l llllltlll I'ejnir? prmllCts ri.-.nilli, ami w?inner Av.-alln r. In this (?ty, . ?-.??ts nlay. rainy Bud euut.v a? ci) li. i pre, ii!? I, with fin -neilin?- ?Inn- ?n , m the afternoon, l'ii.-iiiioint-n-i, 7- . -i.i ', 71 . _ N<? one s'!p;).)S' ! thal lini, P, H. Jours ?*?>tt!tl !>?: nii|ili?.tt??l in th?- lK-ail-nioiicv loliliy attjf, or in ?my oiln-r (iisiipiitiilil?- Iranaaftiiiii a! Alltany, any aaaajsj ilom (?cn. Min in. Still, aaaaasj will lw a sense of hearty sa it ?faction at too explicit natur?* ?>! Ins lesiiinonv. There will bp "?-?-iieial _n*muyog\ (,f Kcnciaiv Btistow's icfii-a.il lo unlit tlic fine inclined hy a Ncir-Voik < x-ai-.khi st?-;iincr in curry iii-- m-v ?ral li nntl i ? ?1 non pa-, m n ?.?is than the l:iw allowed. Hy ? i? h nif.iiis only can the owners of Ht?',iu)l??>au Im- tanjil] that Ihc lives of trav? elers luay ii.ii be jeo'utrtlii". ?1 ia it h inipuuity. If ()hio shall vole for iiillation, in fin iTOnhg elcitjon, it will lu* a clear cuse of tindag a?' iiusi lii;lit. There can lie no excuse for failMit* to iiii.li r.si.iiul such a Iticni sUtcinont of the (lisadA.-uHa'.'is of a tlii'Hiutiii'* currciny as is iriven in the iioiiion ni an aihlress hy Col. Grosvenor which is printed on our second p?ij-e Iai-day. The iuHiirr?'4li??u in Jlcrzci-'>viiia, w\__\ the Turks Mil at tils! (lispnscd lo despise, is now NgHalai us wis irnivc at ?'(?n-taiitinnple. li is (?iiK-edcd lli.ii aasa-aj?] of 1,000 iiieui'-i nts aro lu li;?* licl.l, and that the ik?j-IiIx.iui; Ualniatiau.* ami MaastaaMpfttU .'in- .ti'linii ilnir t'4?-i?-ii^ituiii,is. It is b..,ii.i.i.?i?i ul.?i. r tbeaa] circumstances that Russia and Germany are disposed to sustain Austria in making repre? sentations to the Porto. Everything ind?oat??8 that tina diplomatic intervention will Ixe mainly in the interest of the people of Herzegovina. The victory attained after fltuhboro fight? ing at Baa d'Urgcl may prove encouraging for the time being to th? Government at Madrid, wliich ha? shown its desperate situa? tion hy ordering a levy of 100,000 men, and authorizing an increase in the puhlic deht. More decisive sihtcsscs, however, will be needed in the Northern Provinces and in Cuba to inspire confidence abroad in the permanency of the Alfonsist Monarchy. All three of the political parties into which the voters of Oregon an? divided?Republican, Democratic, and Independent?have now met and proclaimed their principles. The platforms do not seem to ditter materially on practical questions of nation;)] interest, except timt tlie lb-publicans record tlieir approval of the Ad? ministration of President Urant and the Inde? pendents favor the repeal of the net donliling Um President's salary. It is interesting to note as indicative of tlie drift of public sentiment on tlie Pacific coast, that Republicans, Inde? pendents, and Peinocnils of Oregon, as well us of California, are united in favor of an early return lo the use of hard money. The ill-fated valley of Mill River, in Massa? chusetts, seems to have narrowly ('.-.raped another devastation by Hood. This time, how? ever, the trouble is not to be BMrlbad to the faulty construction of a dam. Heavy and fre? quent rains have swollen the streams in Mas? sachusetts, as in other States, until prop? erty has been destroyed and life im? periled. From all sides come .reporta of greater or less disaster by the ri?ing of rivers and other accompaniments of iec?iit storms. In N'ew-Jersey on Wednesday a tor? nado wrought great disaster, and in this city and BrookDn much discomfort was caused yesterday by the heaviest rainfall of the season. The Tammany (?encrai Committee last even? ing approved the rcorg.-iiiiz.itinn of the 'I hird, Eleventh, and Fifteenth Districts. There was very little opposition, and it appeared as if Mr. Marriaaej had overrated his strength in the Committee. If the debate with John ?Kelly which he proposed had taken place he would havo had a very slender following, if we may judge from the result of this meeting. Mr. Kelly sjxilv?- some good words concerning honest government and pun legislation which will ?minuend thcinselvcs much more to thoughtful citizens than the expressions of the Commit? tee and of Mr. Kelly himself in denunciation of the redaction ol the laborers' waged. Th*- mysterious Republican at whom 7V?c Troy 'lillies was aiming its shadowy bolts has been materialized at the (ill of a TiiniiNi: reportar. He proves to be Controller Hopkins, and the trouble i.? all ulxtiit the payment of the award for the Baxter steam canal boat. The Controller could not pay the money to Bax? ter because then- was no appropriation. Baxter ?ihsigned it. and the aaaigaca was able to get it paid in three weeltS. Blieb ia believed to lie the story which the President of the Com? pany told to the Canal Commission. The out? lines of it have been matter of gossip at Albany for months past, and the Meada of the Controller*?If they are able to dispose of it ?will be glad to have it at last dragged fairly into the light. In Mr. Win. Welsh's (?pen letter to Presi? dent Grant on the subject of Iranda and cor rujilioii in the Interior Department, he ha? talttii paina to procure testimony from the records in vindication of the character of Mr. Samuel Walker, who, tis Secretary of the first Indian Coiiinii??ion, BMJoted in exposing the frauds of tin? Indian Hing, und was conse? quently attacked in the most brutal manner by the King organs. Mi. Welsh charges the authorship of these libels upon Secretary Delano and Assistant Secretary Cowell, and a?ks the President to do Mr. Walker justice by dismissing his a-sailants from otlice. Mr. Welsh ail?!s io the chargea against Delano one of willfully making a false report concerning Um amount of stock subscribed t?> the North? ern Pacific Poad. It is a very courteous oom munication, but the writer has not thought it neceasar? to nippten facts or conceal his own opiiiion?. S? irel.iry Del;.no seems to have business enough on hand to last him ?ill Sommer. _ Mr. Orton writes a manly letter coniirtiing the Western lnioii reports. Ile is not in any coniliiiiation with Ja;. Could, or anybody else, to upset the pre?ent management of the Com? pany, has not received any propositions lor the purchase of the Atlantic and Pacific which could be considered, but does think that the Western Union needs some ol thOM lin?'.?, and leaves it to be inferred that it is likely to get them. Wa are, sorry that the last part of the letter is not is satisfactory as the first. Financial men do not think the interest of the West?ni Union likely tobe promoted by adver? tising that it stands ready to buy up every ii val whenever the rivalry becomea trouble some. Certainly ii is boc ta the interest of the public thal rivalry should cease. The active competition of the Atlantic ami Pacific has thus far been a source of great benefit to the public, since) it Baa largely i ((lined rates and improved the servid! between tin hading seaboard enies. If the Direct Cable should be Mice? ssiul, the advantage to tin- public would be vastly gi? ?ter. The pnlilic interest demanda strenuous opposition to the proposed consoli? dation, and wo anspart the real inten -t of the Western I'nion demands it too. ONE (IF MU. 1)1.1. AS 's OffICIAL DOCU? MENTS, The Department of the Interior is sending to clergymen and other persona in various parts of the country, a Public Document in pamphlet form, hearing the, frank of the Rev. J. G. Ames, who is a clerk in the Department and a son-in-law of Mr. Delano. The pamphlet is entitled "Documents relating to the Charges "of Professai U. C. Marsh of Fraud ami Mi? " manag? ment at the Ped Cloud AgCHCY," and it makes the singularly impudent pre? tense of Uing "printed for the use " of the Investigating Committee." It contains, in the way of documents, the (ifiicial letters of appointment and loot ruc? tion to the Committee ; the Report of Samuel Walker to Mr. Brunot's Board of Indian Com? missioners, which wo have already printed ; tin- ('Hi)iUT Deport of Bishop Hare, Mr. F. II. I Smith ami other?, the point? of which per linent to the present inquiry we have also published ?u full; and that is siilnstuntially all. ! Thal is all, we mean, of a "documentary'1 character| Ihc introductory matt? r, prepared by an uiionynioua hand which wo would not for worldi inspect to be the hand of Secretary Delano himself, 1? the principal part of the pamphlet and (ho Bole reason for it* existence. Mr. Delano Is greatly troubled in mind hy ** tho extraordinary efforts " of The New-York Tribink to give pub " lirity to the charge! of Prof. Marsh," and disgusted that the Professor's letter to the President should have first seen the light through the medium of thin journal, which? ns the Secretary ought ta) know hy this time? is usually very prompt in printing all news of public importance. It i.-i hard? to say whether he is more incensed at the Professor for writ? ing the letter, or at The TmBOSI for giving it circulation ; but we believe he entertains a profound contemn! for na l?oth. It is hardly worth while to waste much time in correcling the falsehoods of this Public Document. The Tkibine had nntliini?- lo do directly or indirectly willi the preparation or instigation of th.-) charges; if did not print them before they were sent to tho Presid? ii!, but the day after; it ii not ti no that Prof. Marsh waited ?six months after his return from ?bt Indian country before making the complaints of Red Cloud public. These things ave trilles; it is of ?onie coiisoiiience however that when a private gentleman of Ugh char? acter, in his zeal for the purity of the public service and his kind feeling towards the In? dians, makes a respectful and in every way proper report to the President of facis which caine under his personal observutinn. the (.overiniient printing press is immediately called into iciiuiisitinii to abuse liini, and a de? famatory at tink lijMtn him is spread all over the country, with the frank of the Interior De? partment. "Of 1'rof. Maish," says Mr. Delfin??, "the "writer know.-. t?H lillie, ?tin! that lUltalall ** mainly of information faints!, ?ince hi bc "caine Hie ostensible author of corfain ?harires "against the Bed Cloud Indian Agent He is "a professor at Yale College, which institii " tion received some endowment from the late " Mr. Georg?- P.abody, who was a relation ol' "the professor, and w!iifh endow inc.'.t was " probably intended to advance his interest!." Thal is probably ob? of the noaJ vulgar exhi? bitions of ignorance ?nid insolence that ever appeared in an American Public Dominent? which is sayiiii,' a great deal. Hut Mr. Delano docs not stop lhere. Ile accuses Hie Professor Of insincerity, and ends by declaim?- thal all th? charges of which lie ti " ostensibly" the author, were in reality u manufactured *? hy The Tnnn ni:, " ia oriel to ne-ttn an object '' it has long souj/lit to obtain, namely, the " injury of the Secretary of th" Interior." Mr. Delano has too high an idea of his own consequence. It is not every niau who is im? portant enough to inspire I great newspaper with the m?relent ?hit personal ?niiinoMl ? which he imagines we entertain towanls him ; and though we have a pretty mean opinion of him, we -should certain!,* have a much meaner opinion of ourselves if we wasfed time, trouble, and energy in doing him injuries an?! li ia in t? a profcs-oi- in Yale College to help n in the Satanic work. In common with the majority of Americans, however, we hate Pings, especially sanctimonious Kings, ami believe this isa very good time to get rid ??I them. MICBAEL SOLAN'S PROFESSIONAL I'ltlV ll.l.t.L. Whatever other people ni iv do, Mr. Michael Kolan manifestly intends t?? maintain the dignity of the legal profession, and not allow its privilege! to be cicroaehttl apon, lie is a member of thal profession. As ? membei ol the profession he is understood to be standing at ihis inoincnt OB his reserved righls, and pel-istenlly re f ii.?in.-- <o disclose to ?i coiiiiiiit tee of the Legislature the dispoaition he ruade of a little matter of over one hundred thousand dollars traced into his pos-n-ssion, ?is paid him by certain iteamahip companies, to procure legislation in their inicies!. Nolan has taken considerable time to make up his ininti on this subject, but having made it np he is linn. N??t that he wishes to withhold information from the Committee. Far be it from Nolan to keep back a fact except upon the very highest gi.?mid of professional honor and from the prol'minde?! sense of what is (lue lo preceden!. With great respect for th?. Coiiiniiitec lie declined to produce the bank (hecks which would show what had been done with the one hundred and odd thousand dollar.?. ''My reason," nid Michael Nolan, willi an abounding t*onscitiniaea?l in Ins manner that in him sacred PTOfeavdooal privilege was about to be assaulted and time-honored precedent attacked?"my reason is ?hal 1 think ii would "be a bad precedent if the Committee should " examine into allans which ?,io p?rrate." Spuken like Michael Nolan and like a lobby ist. Answers like this nie on n-conl in ?t hundred investigations?perhaps a thousand. Then ?nu hardly ever an impiiry, Congres? sional or Legislative, into a piece of lobbying that smelt of bribery, in which Bont? ornament to his profession, like Michael Nolan, did ,,ot fall ba< k on prof?-is-ional privilege and piecc ?lt nt. Mr. Nolan, n*s)ii being informed that the Committee would get .ii Ute infttniivition .??ought la some other way. meekly answered that he colild not help it ; and again ;i?siue?| the Committee that he had taken this position ! purely H a niattei of principle, from which be would not badge. The Committee BmnrieatJng a disposition to intern ?ira te lum fnrihi-r on the subject of his di-biirseinciiis, tin. gentii-mcii availed himself again of professional privi? lege by nfttaing to-?'ive anv further testimony until his eoiinsi 1 rettiincil from Calif-unia, whither lie .seems io have departed at about fifteen minutes1 noli??-. Bo that Mi. Michael , Nolan, liiins-ll' a lawyer, refuse?, (o testify ! before the Coniinittee ?if ?he Legislature until be can hare aMther lawyer to assist bim, and the latter having just started somewhat abruptly for California, he proposes to keep the Coni? inittee walting till he ninnis. P.ven then Mr. Nolan docs not propose to inform the Com? mittee arba! disposition )n> made of the one hiindreil ?uni odd ihousaml dollars which lhere is ever* reason to rappoM was either used for purposes of bribery or paid to Mr. Nolan under the sii]iposition th it it would lu n aaad. " There'.?, a principle in this matHf' says Mi, Michael Nolan. "It would be a bad precedent, " I think, for the Committee to impiiic into "affairs which are private." Ah, indeed! And what is the principle, pray, in receiving one hundred tliou.?.ni?l dollars for procuring the passage of a special net to which (hen- was no opposition, and which was inver (?isciissed f Wai it worth it f How t Here's the question of principle, Mr. Nolan. Did von take ?fl ln.ontl for your own services in this matter f if w?, what were they i Did yon pay ?my on? ein I if so, whoniT That is all the qneetta of prin ciple you need bollier your conscience with. And as for c.stabli.thing bad pre.eilents by inquiring into private Batten, there's much more danger of bad pniedcnt-i in per? mitting two-peiice-ha'-iMiiny lawyers to lake I from lan,'c coiporati'.ns ?i hitnilii-.l ih.,i ??ml ! dol?ais at ? tim?- i?n the .pairan ,,| iafJuenc- i tng legislation, and then allowing them to fall back upon professional privilege) and refuse to answer how they distributed the money. There is not half so much danger of private affairs being improperly inquired into as there is of Legislature? being bribed hy pettifogging lob? byists. ________.?? ARK WE A NATlONt It lins usually been supposed that we are. Newspapers have been christened upon the strength of that supposition, and hanks and b?tela. Then there is the flag?if it bo not the proud bann'r of a nation, what is it the en? sign off If the Stain and Stripes are not em? blems of a nation, what means the constellation and what the gridiron 1 Do the F.mbassadors Extraordinary and Ministers Plenipotentiary abroad represent a nation, and if not, what do they represent I When we cheerfully speak of ourselves as Americans, do we merely mean that we are "staying" upon the Continent of Aim licit Mr. Bock, the sturdy Kentucky Congressman, recently ?aid: "Yes, gentlemen, " there is that contemptible word tuition?a " word which no good Democrat uses when he "can find any other, and, when forced to use " it, utters in disgust. This is BO nation. We. " aro free and independent States.'' To the opinion of Mr. Beck we op|?ose the opinion of one Alexander Hamilton : "If a BUBB " her of political societies enter into a larger "political sociefy, the laws which the latter "may enact, pursuant to the powell intrusted "to it by the Constitution, must necessarily " 1m' supreme over these societies, and the in " (lividuals of whom thev BIB composed. It " would otherwise lie a mem treaty, depend "cut BOOB the good faith ol' pal ties, and no1 a "government ; which is only another word " for political power and supremacy." The battle of the Rebellion was fought, blood was shed, money made ducks and drakes of, just to get these truths established ; and when a gen? tleman tells you thal Kentucky or Massachu? setts, mauger its relation to the General Gov eriinient, ia a free and independent Stale, he inal.'s a iiii?statenieiit which if pushed to its legitimate conclusion, will degenerate into a muddle and eventually into another "muas.*1 Every well-iaformed boy know? that there are Bevela] things which, linder the Constitution, States are not "free" to do, and that as to various matters, judicial or com? mercial, they are um " iiulepeiiileiit." Ad milling a contract? if by its terms it 1h- per petual, are (he contractors free to break it f If Kentucky or Massachusetts arc not com? ponent parts of a nation, then each is indi viilually a nation?a state of things in which the word would very probably booOBM more " i'otilciiipt?ile" than it now is in the Opinion of Mr. Beck. Moreover tim word "nation" Implies both individuality and community, the ?aggregation of separate states ami peoples ?linier a common sovereignty, and is therefore precisely th?? word s/Urb wc need. Nobody can be more sensitive than we ap? to the slightest invasion of the reserved rights of (he Slates. Nor have wo marked tlie tend eiicv to consolidation in the General Govern? ment without regret. This tendency, inevita? ble perhaps under the ciri'iiinstaiicis, is the bitterest fruit ol' the Kcliellioii. In the una? voidable work of self-preservation tlie (bin ral Government went to the extreme limits of its constitutional authority, even if it did not sometimes transcend than ; and one reason why we have been so anxious for the abate? ment of old grudges and the subsidence of rebellious prijudicc and passion has Imcii be Cause wc would nut give the Washington au? thorities the least pretext for au extreme ex? ercise of power. It appears to ns that those who are continually cning out for Slat?- Rights and Slat*- Independence are doing their liest to extinguish these Rights and that Independ? ence forever? We should like to have an hon? est ami economical government of the whole nation, but we havae no particular ?lesire for a strong one, though it should be strong enough to maintain order at home and leaped abroad. A not her rebellion might give us three or four nations?a chain?' which ought not to be agree? able to Mr. Beek, who linds even one so un? palatable. SOUTH EES SVMMF.R UFSOIITS. Among the descriptions of watering-plaoeo which till the column.? of the newspapers, we call especial attention to those in tie South. They commend themselves to ?mr explorers into new social and natural regions for several reasons, chief among which is that they are almost unknown io the present generation of Vu! ?terners. The days when the New-York belle a id Philadelphia Una-blooded lawyer um do .vu lo the While Sulphur or Berkeley in August nid mingled with the Pees, Mar? shalls, ('abell?, and Paytens were ended and for? gotten IB the war. A new generation has arisen on either side that knows not Joseph or his ways. The old intercourse may bava seemed a tiivi.il Matter; there were a few week, pleasant dallying al the Springs; (hen the Northern visitor nine times in ten was driven from tin in in a great family carriage with bays and OUtridera to some hospitable Virginia man? sion and passed from one plantation to another until he grew to believe the world lay vviihin the blay cultured genial life about h'in. and that every Page or Marshall was his coaafal as they were cousins of each other, lu Winter the Virginia or Candial Colonel and his pretty, rose-tinted girls caine up to New-York and Boston, and wen guests in their turn. Probably a wed? ding ended the story. All trilles, no doubt ; society matten on winch practical men or re? formen look down with contempt. Yet it was precisely th?' brotherhood of feeling begotten li? this kindly intercourse which made ii bo ?lilli?nit for practical men to bring on the war. The war has come. Its great ob'ect is ae coin|)li.sh"(l. Now let us bring, if we can, the quiet, couatless influences of s???'i?ii life to hide the ghastly sear. Yawning graves are not cov? ered by any force half so well as by th<- mil? lion springing bluies of grass, de friendly touches of untiring Nature. The Virginia Sinnig? ?ne as COO) as before, and the resort of as cultured and more intelligent men and Women. The hills of the Blue Ridge are tilled just now willi game and young hunters and tisheiineii from the South, in whom our boys will lind gallant and friendly o uni,ide.?. The Warm Splines in North Carolina nestled in the iiioiiiit.iiiis otter a landscape singularly resem? bling the picturesque beauty of Ftps, and are Ireipu nti'd by the best people of Alabama omi Louisiana ; the North Carolina mountains, almost unexplored, far surpass any on this side of (he .Mississippi ?n grandeur ami hight. I There are (pniint towns along (he seaboard, drowsy little village? among the hills, and in all of them tuen and women of the same kind of birth, education, and feeling as our own ; our kinsfolk, estranged simply liecausc we do nut know euch other. There has been a large enough emigration of carpet-bugger? and swindling politicians to tiie South. Pet some bollol able we!1 bn-d people, who hardly know how to upend their bummer holiday go down and enjoy them? selves among thoroughly honorahlo and well bred people. They may not know that they are missionaries, but they will be, and suc? cessful ones too. P ERAOS AL. The health of Garibaldi is said to be im? proving. Mr. Charles Francis Adams is the heaviest tax gtgot at quincy, Man., hit 1st Ix-inK kt.nT.l. Mrs. Andrew Johnson is slowly re<ov.iirig from IBs liri ut ?hock caused hy her BBBBBB?1 BB?BB Ul? li)'?? nul dei I li. Mc. JelVerson Davis has promised to addresi tile i'Htrnni <?f the Indiistri.il Kxpoiltl.in of WinnebaKO ( ?ninty, fenn., ml tlunr l.xposltio.. next mouth. Gen. Burnside has received a dispatch from PNBBBBBI (Jrant laying, '? I ?hull tie with you Bet BarUSf tiiiiii tim i7Hi." BBaaatarlaa iirisuiw, naaesooot, toss? -'?n. nuil .it mil, wini al-.? will lii< tin- ?/iiiMi? of (.?'ii. Burnside, will arrive tit BrlBtel mi tin- lntli nut. Mr. Frederick W. St( veils of this eily has BBBI -I, ??on !" tli?> President of Um Yale Nuvy ami prom (mm SSiW !))nri' if the BBBMMO of th?t debt?f-J.OOO-ii mi?i'tl iM-fon* ?iff. IB. Tin-??-?um? iirtt in .nlilition to tho ?rl.iSHiKiviii hy Mr. Mein-n? ?m lie- lit ,>f la*t Muy. Messrs. Ifaody and Sankey, who ate expected to arrive in tin? ? Hy fo-uioirow, will lie the gueulant Mr i>. w. MeWQUaam, tin? lupmlaiealenl of the sunday ?i'hiioi m tim Hi-v. Dr. CBjrlar'a ' linnii m Brooklyn. Tiny propuse to take u in-ideal n si unlil Hil- th so of scptciiilter. Two important docUBMmta conceniiiig Shakes? peare have boob dtocoteeed reeeatty. Ona is -?nid ti? .?litiw inna-lii.-4iv.-lv ln.it there i? no ?iilii.tanti.il fnuiiilatiini fur ilia- t?sale) reepeettnn the poet nal Mia, Danasat, lin- other li .? rolume rontnlntnM ils binya llenad dunen th?' life nf tin- puet, im Indias the t1ri?t edition of '? TroUui ililli (Ti'ssltl.i." The health of eZ-Gov. Culford of Mass'iehu Battl h.m Ix-eii greatly improved hy Ins BatWgt tijoiirm y Hi-will ?nil for Huston mi Nov. 'J. lu U private la-!t?T ft '?iii Munich ho say?: '? I rccetvi?, with ?I lull s?-ii??- of the r?lai of tin) compliment tin ii paul na?, the intlli 8 of my eleetlea t?> the fliniBnuiehlpal Harvard ( Bttega Whether I ?lnill iii tin it mia* i" ia n pt li <ir nt.t vvIkii I reti-ni. I fat I I.m1 to lay that tim Aluinni In their Bggn ntl ce jiiiciii. Hair rt-:iri'??'iitiitivi'? on the B otu, the racaltjr and i tir|ii!i-,itit)ii, .uni everybody ?'(iiiiict ntl with the old nuil-. ratty, hav" iniaiii mare than prodigal in Ita tokens of releen ead eoaBdenee which ti.ey have lavlahel ayos me 1 linn.Lrti ?ai ni.iii) veers." Mr. John G. Whittier, in a letter to the o'Ciiiintil eetohrattos ia Bei lea, apeona as Mtowoef the Irish Liberator: "II?? wa? ;i c()ti;i:?tcnt Christian re? former. TO iiik> hit. own wand?, he li.it ?t ..11 tyranny .Tinl intolerance. Metal, politic?!, or ??< i-' <i ??tit ?ii. By hirth ami conviction ?t faitlifnl BMBlhOf Bl UM ancient ('horeb, in- Bahai sothtag HeCalhelleewatet ha was sol r-^ady tu ask fin- Protea! min. He vh? no reactionist. Ile be lu veil it hi.? pri fliege to cooperate with Hit- Di vine l"i ?>v nlt tic in makin* ilif waul 1 in!!, i and li ?I'liK a-, .?ml held willi in? brother r.-iit?ioiii-t. Lamartine, thal lo oppoee Hm progtt sa ot civilization anti iuiu.hi.iI> wits to ila .i.'Hii:?. fia liol) iaiiai?i. Hi? philanthrope waa losleal un-i thereforemuveraal. Proedomtahk estimation ??u jii?t u? lirai' tu Hie Spaniard, tho Italian, ?ml iii?- ?Vint-u ciin llave, as tu himself." QUBBBCi Aug. l'_\?It is understood that the Am? ric ni ? on- 'i. referred t?> la tho laooetatel Pinaolte petehea a? ha? lag heea hmelml b1 Tripoli t>>- native sai I ir?, I? a Mr. VUlai, W lill HU llD-i li ili-letl fur .itillle tiltia- ft<| editar of The Journal ile Quetta POLITICAL MITES. Oen. Joseph K. Johnston is spoken of, with nlMiut loo nthen?, at a gund in.in to ho 'inverina ol fi?i(tr^la. The Hon. Samuel F. Hunt of Cincinnati has Cull?, tiled to inaki-oil" ?peech fur the Ullin Dcliuii I, ' ?, ami will deliver it it develaal M "i pt. H. Mr. Hunt bellevee in heaael nioney, ?mil -.vjn be pretty liioiy tu my -o -vit'iDiit fi-.ir nr favor. Senator Tharmaa'i tons enghl to t ?mV nu e him i-f the foil.? el any other opawa Oov. Tilden's recent speeches ami their en tliusi.i-tit'rt'i't-pliui! hy Hu-pi-npie hive convinced ?nine of the Kt>pii))ll'?an papen tint the way to popular favur does not Ho through llapengemeat of the Qeveraorfi t tim is at refiiiTii. ?he Atti uni i:r?.rr.n ha? hitherlo BOOB very prominent in calling all of the U-.u-riiot'? mUuim nu le prOBBlaea put forth for political capita!, Iiut it BOOM In have aaea a llaght aow, tee it says : "if Oav. Tillea m hoaesUj .uni sincere!) pushing his nfurm mensure?, Without nice political distinction, he will Baw the hearty pud corneii ??apport al the Bepablloaas in tin? st.ne. abe fa el thal in- h?i? a great oppoiiiiii.tv .?t present to relieve tin? state m' ?? daaaeeoai ami in minimus eeeati " This startling inquiry is made by The. Notion : " II ought to I?' saul that lim-e Mr. 1'ii-rrepoiit BBBBBMl theAttenmjr Ocaeralahlp. seeeaati et 'oattagBo' have entirely ?-??????I t?i coin?- in frmn the South?an extnor diiniry cr? iinist.im-e, to whit 1? Mr. Dawes pay? toe 111f 1 ?.? aiteiiiinii. As the slaughter of the inline.! mun Bgolag unsteadily, hy what iiifein.ii tl-vn-i? ai?- th? roper?a of it prevented fru?" loaohlng WaahlBfttoa i" The Proehlent'i W i?hin?ttiii mwaii baa ti.ttaeil tIii ? dearth of A liiuiii? trallon campaign capital, .in 1 hi.? .??ready made a pa Ihetle appeal la the taHBfal in the south n? publish the net .--?j*ry Beweis IBOOO local pttpefB whit li are in favor id Ilif Aiiinlii!Jtratioii. Hut ;:? yet tho reepooaa ha.? li.-cu total illem '?. ami nut as .?1111:114.. Any one WBO predicts what the Massachusetts Kepaltin'.m State Coll ve ni ion will do ?. v or Ki-ven weeks in ne?- v, iii -io ?o, r/u' Beeten tdttrttetr think.??, in the face (.f gnat tiiiecrt.until"*. It athis: " Oth.-r things rencviu ir.g the ?ailie '?ov. ?iii-1<>ti will he faite ai itreni a 1 sa dllata fur then tlii? year BO he wai last year. The ?ni nae he m?y have given t?a few plaoo-hnaten of his own parly ?mil lo llqaof dealers of the '?as? r sort will lie linn'.' than iiii?i 1 by the pmara! approval of hie elmlnle tiatii-n. II vv.i: lu- fur the Ki pu'ilieam to tag Whether hisciiiiiStitiiemy of laut y, .n- tau be hall together tor another eauvnie. Between two .-.iinlial ii-.? .1 Bepob lit an fair! v repmentlng the Itepubllcan party ead per Mtiiailv unese? ptlonable, and ? lfeiu??erat like Oov. -1** tuii?taerc would n- no more douW ol the 1 loetlon t?f the former than then waa In wai time, before voters began to ralUvnte .? li lint of reheUloa.M The Democrats of this State are fully con? ti laeed b1 the set bbbUp of itaallBg ?'-; mlyhy Our. Tiki is in lu? attack ou Hm Canal Killi:, thus the Siirornn Courier simply rOSthoel the .?eutlincnt of the i-ntire party pre?? w heu it Hays: "TI10 tcn-at louth r of the people lu thi? warfare fur the people BgStBOl the BKkgS B (tov. Tiltleii. Hun the) are lauiiiiii tn follow, lioi.tnl tu ?iistaiiL Not for the man's, hut lor tin1 eau?e'8 s^'h??. The (?m 11 nar li 1- tin <i w11 I.lui-, if into ti.e Itreaih, anil Miena fullow. Tho party ^.vvhicli placed him ?ti the rxi-i.ii tive chair mi pnrpoie to epea tin? ballogslaotahaoeo, 1 innot now Uusitate. It must prest foi watti where its 1 heeea leaBet mark? the war, until tim vletorp at - partiel (?ti-i'iiiiiitiit shall ii.?ve beea male complete. The people wara withHea.r<eerasoBoi mae Ihn iruated our pit-lue? The pt ?.pie Will ?n- Willi a? ??li.lln if we ?how bo lark of Beal to carr) them oat Thal is the ilga by which we a'? lu 1 -millner ; and hy none other mod we hope foi v letorj ?" The lion. Ganga II. PemUeton has been noiiiliialiil tor liie PraaldeBCJT. It vi .is don.) ti> ?he (ov imjion gram, a Kiataehy newapapae whleh luve? nil monrjr. IBeBinmi^ra Mr. PeadletOB la bejreal all Ile pate tin- ni?!?t papalee mmlldate with th?- Demeerae) <>f K?ntaehj. " William ah? n," it adds, " ?iioiiiti lie ramal la ('??liiiiilius, hat l''-!iil!eton Is the man fur t!u> White iiiiu?e. Then is a strouif aaderearnal in his taree.** ihr htniiillli ItSgerM ot a, Umllai view, njrtag: ?? we ielieve our Cov ?tufton nel.-hhtir Ima not ov cresflniTt?' Mr. l'einlleton'? ptmiiliirity In Kentucky. Per?otia!ly he le uii.iouiiieiiiv the favorite ci the grant mttaiMyet IBa Ken'iitliV D'iiuxr.?? ) .is.'iii" Ulan fur tho WhU-i Beam ;' ead hie popularity has not beea lemeael hy ti?o very general prat .itn. e ol .1 beUel ?'ia: iben hna bei u a per ?i-ttiit 'iftrt In undermine It bymlarepreaentlng ins iipiiii'iiis. Kti tin W> I1.1? un iliniiit .af tlie sift-ling gfuu laeaeea of Vnadlotut 'i i'i iiiiuiai-y." Pilli.le OPINION. A fooUsh young man out \\ esf, in a BOWS p..per nitii 1, deslrea lo know ?Iii the police an nut tened oat la Bea Vi r'c and the thieve* pal in. That is exactly what hu.? l>?m done, [i lucuinatl Commercial lind.) Oov. Tilden's labors in the cane of Tweed are ?l 111,li.lilla e Hist Ile Will ?lu nil that I? 111 lil? powci tu ii.i-ak up m'?h iiuefiii s.? ?ta-ui of 1 Dot 1 ry that aee been ??1 loan nul ?m 1 ?MfiUty jirmliti d In N.-w -York hythe I'iiusl K'l'i? aii'l al' li. t..I tia-iipie will laid inni " .1 'nul speed'' lu ins lu -or?.-( loh du Hlade iH?-i>.) OovamOf Tilden is fortunate that he has come to p?.wer for ?nell 11 Hine m tins, lu a'l si|inne ' alawa al the Cnaal Ulna ha hsa aal will Bave tin- ?up puit of ihe people. Hut they ku-iw tLi dlffereuoo tie tweeu pun'Uiii.ituiii ami partorsMMma lie talks weih Ha meat le mew. If popular eouBdeace u to he eon Ulina ii -[lilla lleni ti (Kep ) What we Mad is a higher and more exacting publie morality, ?eveitr ininti uti. up-m lap?, s in hoimr aide t iiiiilui I, ?h.ii p. r tell ?TilicMiii, Hie ..'levatiuii ot the tune of liii?ltie*s ci.nii'!-:, the private ?oilal punishment of puiiiit' nui mit r?, ami tUv lUiilal io a m?" <A n lemUna ?- ?u m Hu- ahaieh ur In ?xxiii i> ?im uni.? u?\ ,?n,IM iT**1' c1? an haiitis.-[Bew-Alheay iTTlfirllealnnl (Item 1 Tho IVniocratle party cannot nfford to be iilmixl lu 11 faine pouilou iii Hilt snite. It nairns ?1 have been reoranaUel f?u the paraooo ol Booarlag retreata meat nal laaaaitrntlnii limtinK nfonii* in miuuuisti-.^ lion. lie profensluiis iiiusl ?m written in the dei ti? ol iu iTiiht.il aipeaeata. if thi? is net done, the eamp?tgae lids y?ar and uett ar?i lost ni mIvmue. It 1, v.iiu Hut p:.it!.,1111? aro (rnui)tl, ipeeohea m??le, .n, I ? .litm 1 iii n litten, if the.iltlcUl m-u.ir the repl em utatlves at the paily tloni.t full) )u?uiy liiiiuiiil BUMkleUOB ?M It -1 Al !??.??) AthOi. ll'iillV THE PRESIDENCY. A CONVERSATION AMONO CONGRK.S.SM?.N. TUB ?TRBNOTH kKTi WKAESrtt OB TUB CAN DIM nj mhaXPASfi IXAMBIl BOB TUB rilKSliiKNCT ? I-f. ri.i'KNCB or Tua ccbrincy contkovbbmy? TUB S??i" 11( I?4 I'./I.ll I? i*. ?mum tun hboularcoksbs**o*?i>kst or the thibi.sb | ruiiADKi.riiiA, Aug. 11.?At onn of the many Summer resorts on th* Jer?ey coast there met. a few day-siro, three Cona-rcssiiicn- ?i N'w-Kn~lander, a l'i'ii.'i-j'itiiiil.iii, am! a iSout'mrner?all Ri-puliliraiis. a. newspsper correspondent m?i?Io it fun;Hi In th?- i>.trty. They all kn.w each other well, and hiving; n- ti.nur rsst tn to ?lo, Is-itau to talk ?I?nit polui? *. With tin? habitual precaution of nu ti ???i??-ri? n?*?-.l in pabilo life, tas Coa? s t ?? ,?iii?-ti pl?-.|*-ed tim correspondent not ta .?iiiitt? t Iniii, before Ihey tonlured to . un.?as tln'lr view? wlih cutir?* freedom. Th? c?irr?-?p?iii?I.-iit ?.?ii\.< th? re. pi I red proiiil*s ?sith no ?-reut amiability, t.... ?in...? In- (lid not lil?-1?) Is titktn for one of tims?) l.inh w.iyiii'-ii of l'iiirtiiilisni wini tn.tki- public men ?land ?nil ?l.i ii cr their opinion*, or pick n j? in?].* of talk ?-.-'?-leaalj' (In.[?i?.?! ami put It in print with the speaker's name at? ti? !..?<] without nsknitt lilin -*. ln-i h.-r he 1? willin?- tai avi.wttir o\vni-r?ihI|>. B.-sidcs. lie did not MaaaM His honorable Ki-iitl.-tii.tnw??iil<l say any Uti iik wort I: [.ni.tin?-. Afterward lie concluded that linn h that B i. ?.?,.! inn lit li.'tve an interest as showlnic Hu? drift of omnion, <>r nithertlit" absence of w? II ?letlii ?1 d-tft. on Hie aaattftn ?if Hi. next Presidency, an.I so Jotted down tina ul??lrvt of tli... .i!ii-ei-4atioti ; IV-iin-ylv-tui-in?Sint-tilar, Isn't it. how little la said niioiit I'ra-.i.li-ntinl nomination* 1 In li-?? than a v??ar wa ?n ail'???'? 11,?-inlil-t. of Hie sound niiil fury of the r.tm paiBTBi .nul yet you ?iari"?ly hear Hie ?uihtect brou? lied. New liii.'l.in.li-r-Triie ; thara h.is b?-cn a cutiii leas lull -in. i- (inuit's lattar tana out. Wornt arc you likely lo ?lu m PeaasfdraaJa IJ l*i iins> It lillian ?If (iov. llartranft carrie? tho Ht.tte tin* l-'.tll In? will has?- ,t I'.implliiii'iiiaiy tot??? from our ?1.-lag ?non. If not, we will of courais ilrtip lum. Mr. I ?lui in ..f the prominent canditl.it?'? lia? moat sti.ii.rift. ??Hillls. If lalsSJBtai werti to be . lecl.<l n.,w ti, would probably mp nesrly Hie solid vote of Hit- Stat?). How ?lo you feel Down Kast I New-Kiiitl tti.la-r?Mr. Blaine helieve? he will have th? aV-lsajattaas b-saa au tin- hans-ara stau*?. i".ii.n|.? ha will, but, personally, I don't I li ink he BBS get Hie nom? ination. II?. Is loo old and sue..??ful .? -milln lau to pasa tas a*lga?BSt Priai in iMilltie?. Home man of inueti I. -s ability will pit tli in ?tiii-itd of him ni ?li?, last moment. Correspondent ?I was out lu Ohio lutttly, and lie.trd a cr.al Uu.it of talk ?it.??lit Oxer. Haye? ** the connu? man. in i t-.- he beats Alien, und thus emslie? Iha nil n.on.y nu.t.ii.int, lie ?ill lu- inore piotnlnciitl) m the public .?ya than any politician lu tim country. Vinu*) Ivan!.ni ?If tin- party 1* to b? run on a hard iinini v La-! ?. parkan air. Haye? would ls< as s'.???! a can dlilitte ;i. ?ni). Ile is ?l <|illet, ?eii.llile sort ni man, who Bevel ?tilla 'lotvnrliflit f??ill?h tiling or wrol.t ?n in.Iis cr?-at letter??nat the in.tii fora candidate if lie ?-?nilal in? spire any . i.lliii.si.isin. lint It won't do to put the ?peels bu-lints? i..., ?ti?,ni;ly in the j.l.itfortn. I tell you in flatmn ia iii.ajjity ?Iron?; in my section. Kvt-ry mau who Is hard up wants more greenbacks. Southerner-There isu't half currency etmiiRh in circa, latlon. That's tin? woy we f.s-1 do*, n South. We will st.?ml by Hie p.niy no m.itter what kind ?if p'it form It mailes: but we don't want iiny nonsense almiil t-oiu-ao tiuii ami ra-siimpt?oii If we can help it. Correspondent?Who's )our mau for President, now O rant Is out of the way I Mouth."in -r?We're not s'iro he's out of the way Wa .|..n't waul linn out of tlie way. lie's our man nil tho tiuic Mai if lie want? our vot?-s in the Convention he cm kin then). (Hunt cm tret tho solid n.-k*ro vote at ths elect ion. ami then? Isn't another nnin in the p. ? ui.li. .in party who .nil. The illaro?-? iloti't know an) tlim sr about )our ordinary politiciaus. They ?tiways think of i.itut SI a ni..n .iliiuit 12 feet huh, in a ?Bfaai uniform, with a lui: sword In his linn.1. A citiidnUIe without a sword wouldn't suit theil). Corrcs;?onileiii Do you eipect Hie -.?.iithem vote to be c?ist as it m, ? tn tho Hepublican ('?invention I Soiith(?rn?-r-We uien who run the machine in tho "late rebellion " mean just that. If we can't rein.min?t? (liant ?>? ?:i!"!i'l to have ti andidat? who will lake ?-are of us. Ncw-Iins'lander?Orant i4 a* dead as Julius C.*??ar. Ila roul.lu't fat a saiKl?' ?BbbbjbM froui a Jttirtheru nut?. Lst'l Ulk about livi; ini-u. I'eiitisi 1\ un.m Wl at .lo you say t<? Mr. Wssiiburnet Nuw-1 iiisli'iil? i If he sliould ?co info the C.uiveiitloa m Grant's selectai narassar, tfeaj would i?'?i; lum ; and if ho should ?rend on his own merit, li* would have ?? no show." Ho lut? been too lot../' out of the ..nintry to have iiny hold mi the public i.iind ; and we Convrcssiiien, who nut.Tuber him. know that he limit up s ?tit-.t*. n-putatioa by Iii* way of savins; at the ?piirot in appropriations while B-SSaBasjat the billig. He wa?, nsni.ill mau. witlioat a s'riili of statesmanship, lii.nl ecouoioist, wa? bel Why wlntn he ?.ison tin? Appropriation?. ('.?nmiiHeo tho expeinlit.n ??? were triifhtfully extrav!i?-aut--t!i:il is, th?-y sea m so now, when we look back upon them. Ho wits ?liwavt bu-y itaagtag little leaks In the Treasury, nil he itivariitbly sinn his etc? when he ?attic to the bli?; ??noa which lils friends hil?! their buckots un 1er. Correspondent?senator Conklm**, 1 suppose, is out ol th.. ?pu stuiii I New-Kus'laiiiler-Nitt to lie though! of: nor any ?ither Ni-w-\?>rk lu?n. Tim Cii?t?)!:i-h?uao kills ?til of Hiern. I s?*c they talk of ox .?(.nitor Morgan. He would lie I mora uiifortim.it?? choice theo CotiUlini". What s fatal pi. -o of folly it won!.I be to run ? nnllionnr?- ni hard tim.--? : ('oin -pt.u.Ient?Wh it of Siiuitor Kr? litu'huy?eii I Suiit In' riler?The te 's uothiiiifto him but d? portinetit ami nn old Rrvoluttoaary n.iine. ? .. r. s|...ml. nt?Well, yea have always Henry V, I'soa with ton I s..ntl.n ner- No such mun ns that can win the roiij-tv ut ?1 i unible tlL-ht of isTi?. Coi :?-?p?.ii?leiit- We li tvi n't ?T.?t ihroiii'h tin? list yet. ???n.itoi Mon.ni, I -iiipnosc. is not to bo tasBUht of any Itnilf.T. A poiitl'laii who howls about Hi.- ra-i < lu,.ti ami wave* tin ii!..niv shirtaftar tea raan el poor* w..uii not ?loin inn tor l'n .?,<!. nt in the Ceuteuai.il .la)? of >;,...<1 i? iii ; but ? bal .tboiit li; istow ??ml J? well 1 remit) I tullian?Not available. We must have a c.nuli? dad? i? lilli.lit tim least I.nut of (?rant Hin shoot i.-ui. there un- other objections b??i?l.? tia?. Mr. Bristow would have to run on hi? n-coid In the Tr.-.i.'try Out? side of lils career a? a tln.inci? r he has no t irtl. ular ?ttiiiKth. Now the ouly way a candidat? grit any pn;ui' ?rity from I'onnection with tin? Ntti.ual tlu.ii.e? l? by MssaiiltniK some real or mia?;.nary luiuiopolv ? the bank itmuopol), for i \ nnple - Of inakinst paaats baHei-S, a? Mr. K.Uiy d.N-?. that li?' has ttmw seh.-tn.- te put money into then ix.ckefs. I1..?. ?' pilli.IJilcs .-?lui pi U.le!.I In.iii it'flli'ill SIS lu?! wiiiini.K ? iii.i?. a? (..i Mi. ja-1? m ha has wsrhall out lu? Mini ?.r -topitl-iiii.v i Irt-nli. He lia.? ina?!." all tlic ntoriiia In- c in IB III? l'ost ( ?tile?- il.'p.U tlll.llt without ? II ?.lill.?'-* las the I'i. ?1.1. ill's ??|.|...-:tioii. He tuisrht m.ii?? .t -..i?l imii) t.ililli! Grant that he woul.l raaisja unie?? D.i.um a a* lint ..... of the Cullin t, but hu luck* the li. i te to ?1? that. I'.'iitisilvanltn-(?ne thiinr, we ar?'not takaBf I''" ao SOBBt liic . litliiulasin niel tin-('ellie:.mai li"\l year It in.tyla.?' t pot" ?-i ful milli.'lu ?? OB OBI p..|itl?s and mik? ali ?alctiliitnii? at fhult. tsi.uie lunn nut sow spoken el mi) be tak.'ii up n? the |H?pii.4f nie ii of the ?.id rael IsssbJ p i.iliil.i.usi v ?iiti.'siii.iii alni n.iuiiniile.l with a linn iii. The ici'liii- ls?*alnln*j tor??" ?-t.iv diy. We saw wimt s il.m.-11-.Ii-.iti??ii there I is at lii:nlter Hill. N.'Xt yea/ ever) lows sad eri??*-roiul? hamlet will be hoilm? mu willi eti"luisi,nui. Tie util lulu |?.lilies, a? this a sirsair iliuat) a.:'it'.on nni<t I?, for It ? antiot all lind reatta Fourth of .lui) ci-lcbriiiioii? and ths Ceiiteiini.il liuiiln li? n. I) ina;, fie it?- a new part) ot lake po??cs-ioii ul ilia old sass. Nea i ntciitn 1er- There ?ill anqaestlft? ii?l) I??- s neaat*? f I . -ti * i tu? :.t ni I.iMir of pttiiiyin-,' poUtleS ?ni " tom? ?n? t?? th-' BBDposetl hiicli usudard of the past, sad ii ail li,.'..' the ' 'licet ?>f collin? lill If Hu- old l.Sl'ia? lo n..ko s-o.i.l lioiiiitiati..n?, lint that it Bill I?" strung cii.iiii.li to atahs s m-w part) ??r taha the txra-rreal WattoaalCoutssi t t ti < out of the hands of the polit|. i m?, 1 it.i not lo li ve. Ka UiallllltT, tin -i taillVclllliUIS Will plol.nl'1) met in .lim., .uni lim ii.les'.il.? t.. II..ni 'vlll !.. c1.', teal ?ii .tpcll, !? fore the ( ilitenui.il f.dill?: set? very huh. I ?.ir. ?pon-l. nt Do co l?a?-k When Ve ?tarted lsnt Mr. Blatas IM beataasaat all aumin- thaas who i.uvs am chain e t?. .minni the lioiiliiiiilioii I What is ttie ob Jerttofl to him t Now l.i;?i.ni b r-Ile ni \er ?*i t?over the linetha' ?epar Bl - th? p.'.ii!? ian front tin stitt? sru.in. Ile Is a remark .i I; 1.1, i- ullin -<'icitl heit, le I, ?utf.tt lilli?, ilidusti mu?, sud i 1.1 ml.i.l. .1 tatt he will ii.M'i tea. li th<-lil>?l la of true st it.?smaaahlp. Wo w.mt ,t ?tale-,,nun tor our Centennial l'c-auti-lll. ? o: :? i|tondi tit Wlnre ?111 you fin! hint l't uns) Iv.mun Keb., answer?. Where! a BBiTiaa viKw or thk kinanciai, HITHATIOW fruin Ihr /.? i.ili-n lime.. J'.i'.x m\ Altlioiiiah no serious results uro loosed for fr..ii iii? isiiute of Mesara iraasaa.Bhaiaiaa ?ii Ob., it baa eaased stteatloa m in .-usln lajas-?] to u?s po?iii?*>i of Alucinan ti.cb? hu.I ria H! 'ellersly. Hie An,." cul ?Tula of IS7.1 !?rtHlt:c-*4 caati-ia.? the ?nil of ? hlrh hss tu4 been reaehed yet m di United -Hat.-?, nor i*?ii?p?. .???* wlnre. Cupl'.i li.i* tas ti lockt ?1 Up lo a decree ]>rt?i .thiy aavaf hsfere laaxra lu His I'tuou. an?l the ?(rain baa oieii cust'tiit to cnil wuyi sr..I nicaua for ?onu niug I ?i??iihs? which t-.'.uht hi rcallj soiintl sud "t?-od. The nuiiilitr of tsiliit.? thal li VIO i?-, iir-cd ?it Hie St..les In the nr-,1 half i>f Hie nu rent )eui i.? ;i,:uh?, with lialjUlitosiff> a'r-Kal !'!'.' yin .????.I ?Oil. ill!? !? ?Sid '.O b*? it loa? .?tt TSaiS t han in )i-ai> iM-fort ibe Baale, i.n.l ?i ii otwmml. Hu i. loiv. that l-tiainess it now sounder, hut Uta! i? a ?ely ?loubir-u l ?llll'lll.loU. '" SlHp..ll.|t)!l '' I* lltllch L'Hit) IfO-lli)' ?,1 pta'd lu A"i<"i"i?"s Hunt beta- In ord.u.try tumi?. ?r.?Mi s nan Is ?t si? pt .??.?'J '",' uiouey ho " ?'i-i? em " nw'. '?-i?j his iTeilltairs wait. i'i'a.1. .n'y ia niany i*-.i ti..-se aro afterward paid In full with is )ei.?f, sud the man wini hit the? hot.orally cou? t. u tu?i a ti.?.s in Ins aftairs it ?tr.lt han?, if i. ?np... n.r In hil ft'1?'*?? it lu? ? i..,! nu mi I rt??4.1,iy lag Heit way. in liuifsn? cr?.w.n? l)??ll.aai Hal v,?j? utirtilj ?u issy. I.' ?ou-ewbst ic(".(j'v?nl?-?ii, ?ay (?( Havtai tnwttiaxlliarata wai! In?, r? ?nil? 01 .'ilirfit tttiiui?'?, bul Haas I1?? Aa i i.i n i.r IB7 i as .i.>i'.??i it lach a. assrss t .v? Maa te optn t?. BSahaiTasssd i"?-..plc. M.ii?* pro? n'-Uy il??y hate wx*s> sr>--?t ?"i -i ?i .ii mi ?iso tal , .mil ?u t.iiu.1? i os of u> mmtmup, ?? <i Inset thnpott f