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T?irmr cash in ?adran? ?**?
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Irani?, boult, or tait h hi m M ?? il u iiiuel't, >/?/. ?tili ma?
tar a favor by m/krmiop tkii <?{!.<* ? I tin cart? Malaman.
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taventh-at.: Ka '_.:;?*?"? Kourth bt?. Illarletn.)
Jin.) ?ki i :. Nu ;( ' : Waaliiiiat-uii-Mt., naxt !(?.?r to
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pitMii H'-r'-i rat-aa, inda ,:?? opwaof Tna Taiauwi
any ?l?ta.\ ? he "I tal ?? d ii all Uie ^''.^, ^in-m.
THE TI-IBl ni a MONTH1.Y ? -LEUDAS.
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FOUNDED BY HORACE GRESLEY
THUBSDAY, Al G?8T 26, 1875,
J//? NRWS TRIS MORNISO.
PwniilW ?Tu ?i i til Mort m'? ?I*aiili waa Moaad
ky ? ('apt. ?i>(?. alii- 1 l.\ tm? m.uni? ni'ii. .
llo-)<iiiii?-a wen ?:.?;? ii?l?"ii ia Uolaaibia, Si??
r?c payiueiit?? WOtt i i?|...inleil l?y Hie ?banka in l.im i,
l'?*"l. - l.Hift'i -ll'illi. li!? O? ?ill i I ?vii* Iliailn ill
("lilli. -?_= Cupt. Wabba (-".vam fnun llover t<>
<'-*tlai?. -_^r=: (;?-n. Mur:ii'c/-l iiinpt?. demandad Hi?
niici.iidition.ll -ii?iei'<i?*i uf ?-iii? de I I.? 1. Th?
rviiicval nt iii r* trirtl ?nu the inipnrta_i>aa of
cattle wim daaaaadad it .? nu i Ung in England.
lH?Ml?n<".? (}<?v. I il.li n alira-ata-al (lit- .Mtoiney
____mI tductin r? i ni t t lin linn:? y fraiiduieiitly
o1?i ?ino'l l?y Canal ? "ni? tedot Johmton. Tin*
gr? miiiark ihr? meeting in Jieimit waa ?attended lu
le.v?*thmi 1.1MM) |>.*.??ile. ?nil lu* :??> <?,*,._';iti-? fruin
eia?ai?l?< Detroit : Jadfla Kell?.. -p ?i??*, nod rai ida tama
??fr? ;i.?ni?t?'(J favoring i gi*eeuback tnirren f, *eon
"n-rtililc mil? 3.09 bouda CoL Wm. J!. Maun
bf-j/aii Um ?aaaaaadga ia ?Pannaylranla tu lae Repnb
licaiia by a ?i?e?"e!i at Hi I'.t !??it<*. Kii^'it wei-?s
Lett bit-vM m - wi: In I' ? !;>lii.i.
I o 11ney won ii:?- !'i? -;.lrot'? Cup. at aingleaenlla,
MkRgpggmgwila 18m ".!?-?.: I.l.ir? ?I an?) 8 n li of the
Argonaiitan won Tm i? ?ir-'.ar ran*, sss J>?>iiiocratic
County (.'oiivi :.i:?ii-, m Hi? in.,*, Tinga Tompkina
and (.tlier (('?ii.! ? ? inatn tedtbeirdelrgateatotka
Hi ito Convcut'o.i to vote oily foi men aoatoining
raa.ti i? hu m
Ctnr am- ?i. .:i:?\ ?Votieeaof ???no wai ?Wed
in the suit*? b?t*oag11 t?;. rio..i! .re Tilt.m agaiaat the
hex. Boat] \V.?rtl I'.- ?i, i. li,. Rnehtyo IhtUy Eagle,
and Tkaaaaa Klaarlla. An Iut-t-I i-ration waa
bairnn in r<*gunl I?? Ike eol1>_don 1?. t\s.*< ii the North
fi?ld and TwtMght. A banquel \-.is irivt-n io
boil or of (jen. T, .*?. Dakin of tin Aiii<>ri_aa l'lllo
Team at the Hn.t?kl\ii Ai idemjr of Mnaie.
Gk-a*?M O? ill-tii-atinert of patient?, in th?? K?iiim
County Lunatic v?ylnm were ?ana) lined. Gold,
118?% ITMog n;i'-_. Oold ?-?lineoi ilit* Ufa! tender
dollar at the alaaa. M ?jo i ? nts.
Thk flUMl The fli \?riitiici)i l.porl prellet??
generally clear and wariiu-i trcathor. In this
eily ft aUirday th? W< ii In . IM ? 0 il ;?nd fair ; tiier*
luoiiivttM, 77 , (?7 .iii? .
Headen leavtmj town J ?? the Summer can have
Tua Daily Tkiui sr ?ma c1 ta thom at any
ad dren, and the gdibren changed at often a?
aomed, pntiim.it. fur ty\ per month.
Minj-ovcriiiueiit and (??.ironic dull trad? have
ttUMtMl the ____U in Lu??? to MMp6*4 H]ie?-in
I?ay?iciiU foi iotii iiiiiiilis. 'J'],?* (?(i\?*riiuii.ni
him tio'iH tlnu ht?i), \t!i.?'i in ;i country willi
the vuHt Maaareaa ..i i'.m pmghi to he ?iaipo?.
?il.lt in time of pea???.
? --?
It apjieur? finit I'm-ni. ut M??i. u?, wgg *.\,uu ,'
by an ottlw-i whom h? Ji.4?J <Ji a__ac_L, nidi I .?y j
two yoting mon who were probably ?iiroil RRsni*,
w?ni?. A? no civil commotion followed immedi?
ately, th?ta h reason to hupe th.it peace will
he preserved in Kcuador.
Tn advine?. of the eoimtrnrtinn of politi-Bl
slates fur the campaign in this State, mir
Albany letter ?vives some data as lo tlie aspi
ntkn_| of the present occupants of office.
Secretary Willeri and Controller Hopkins are
tired uf the anxtr-tice uf their poota, and d?>
nut wish r-numinntion. The S'tte Treasurer,
Engineer, and Attorney-General are bettered
to be at th?> disposai of their friends.
Thor?'? s?-t "us to he dangar that tlie T'nite.l
st ?n s will lie thinly repreaented at the Cen
teiniial Exhibition. Nut une half the npplica
tions tot spore hare y?*t been tunde that will
lu* required to till iii? aMgued limits. Bereral
uf tin* states arc scarcely represented at all.
Upon the abandonee and variety of this __?
piny ?!i lund alike the 1006001 ?of tins exhihi
tiui', a.?ii ilie proopect tot some yean to cosne
of an increased trade in unr products, art*?,
and manufactures.
Rarely is a political pri?_!ninnie so unexcep?
tionable m thal which the telegraph reports
fruin the Republican state Central Conraitt-ee
of Louisiana, .'lu* party is t.? be reorgnnuedi
which in th.tt State means a great ??tal If it
means anything. An early resnniption oi
Specie payments, reduced taxation, free
Behool-! oppoaition to monopoHes, ptuiiahmeiil
for crime in office and tot ?Moults on pereonal
? rights, are to be tin* features ot the proposed
regeneration. Evidently t!i<* Repnblicons of
Louisinna have learned something since last
year.
In th?? sonic what noted pam of James A.
j Duffy, tie* Msailant of Deputy Controller
I Ernie, n d'-cisiun of Judge Daniels ?hecks the
attempt t?> use the writ of habeas eorpus for
the diBchftrge of <i eonricted ?prisoner. The
eise of Wn. M. Tweed is ched as a prece
il.nt for Duffy's relief, hut Judge I>ani?ls
thinks that abat mu*, be accepted us the la'.'.'
in the -'".ted suit?, should lie confined to them.
Its extensioa to other criminals would resull
in ?i general jail delivery. So far as the Tweed
i fi.se i? e..;ic<Tn.-d, the Opiuion of .lud.-'e Daniels
1 is quiti in accordance with thal ni the public.
It will be observed thal the mansgers of the
Union Square Theater have ohtai ?ed m In
.junction restraining the manager of the Fifth
Avenue Theater from producing the drama <>f
"Boee Michel." The Bffldavil of Ernest Blnm,
the Kreuch author, sets forth thal the man*
ngers nf the Union ?Bquare Theater hive
bought certain property rights ol him, and
that tin manager of the Fifth Avenne Theater
lias nu right OT title tu the pla*?. The views
tve hore expressed on this Bnbj<*ct arc justified
'?y the fact* ?is now officially raadi known,
and by the action of the Court. The rosewill
??'une up for a hearing on the 6tk of ?Septem?
ber.
The grand "Greenback Convention" a'
Detroil ha? turned ont a wretched lade. It
consisted of une uf Mr. Kelley's speeches end
ii long lettei from Mr. Henry ?'. Carey, both
o!' which are common things nowodnj -. thongfa
oontoining nothing cmnprehensible but the cry
?? Dam ! Bogs I !" Bul the " rade mail" is satis?
fied, so Goethe says, if only he -??-es ?something
going on ?A a show. Mr. Carey's letter was
not dramatic, bal Mr. Kelley is getting to be
s veritable ?lack in the box. At Ural mily ..<?<>
?)?.(?? tutor.? were ?present?! hut 500 more after?
ward caine in to see, the skinning of the
"Golden Calf." The resolntionfl rio curiou.
though nut new.
There will ho a general feeling ol' satisfae
tion at the decision ol the Kings toutitr Char?
ity Comniii-Uoners to discharge the nursM at
the Lunatic Asylum who maltreated Mr. Ma?
ree, nnd ?adopt measures to prevent such ?>ui
lagea hereafter, 'l he only thing to be _t-*gi*et
ted is that the wretches who tie np patients in
atrait-Jackets and heat and braise thom,
cannot tbemaelves he subjected to similar
?treatment for a short time. Even then there
would be no parallel in their suffering-, fur
Mr. Mai. c's form of insanity?not an uncom?
mon une among Asylum patienta?involved s
bodily -?ni mental anguish whk.i sane people
ena scarcely realise.
Another ?letter from our Ohio correspondent
?hows more definitely than before, the impor?
tance ol the publto school question in the polit?
ical campaign in that state. 'Ihe feeling on
iltis subject lies beneath the surface, and is not
readily estimated hy pol?tica] mauagera. The
belief si ems to he widdy pr?valent that iln*
Democrats, if in power, will be likely to yield
to ? preosure directed against non-aectarian
?schools, nnd their record in the last Legisht
ture is regarded as furnishing reason foi such
distrust. Whatever may be the extent of ; i
feeling it is not likely to Ik* made folly ma ii?
feat except ?it the ballot-box, where it may
possibly overton tho calculations which ha.
ignored it.
The contest between rival schemes before
the Co-imis-kniera of Rapid Transit ?seems to
! turn mure upun questions of route tlittu oi
I plan. It has been long evident tlnit do scheme
can be adopted which would please everybody.
! Especially art* tlie residents on any route ?.
i lectcd sure to feel aggrieved. But as tin? wel?
fare of n much ?greater hotly of dtisens is
I at stake, the main question at issue should
be what rood W?l beet meet the wallis of
I those who will ride upon it, ami accommodate
j must completely the greatest number. Of
, course the Con___-Bionors must ?listen to re
! monatrants, bait before giving head to every
i (iipjectiun they might do well to recall the
I story of the father and ?on who finished by
1 carrying the jackass to town on their shoul*
j dors. _
THE CASAL WAR.
The southern tier <>f comities seem to he
thoroughly awake to the importance of the
: pending struggle between the Governor ?and
the canal thieves, and the resolution? already
, adopted at at number uf the district conven
? iions have no doubt of tin* direction whiih the
! sympathies of the people have token. Every
i ?lay makes the position of the reform party
mon* formidable. The Hint.' has never even
mad?* a respectable demonstration against it.
Stunned and demoralised by the first dis
eloanrea, the swindling contractors and th? ir
i political creatures ami Supporten have ap
' porently compiehended, better than the Re?
publican newspapen which are ue.ifcly trjing \
to serve them, how deeperate tboir cum? really \
I is. They know, if a portion of the Administra
j lion i?re.?s does not, that not half Hie ti ltd
lins yet been brought to light, and they can
set what the inveotigations now in progress
will had tu. Tin* Legislative Inquiry haafully
(???iiiiiiii? ti some of the roost remarkable ot the
?torios already told iii Til*-: Ti. i m ni. of tin?
Operations ol the ?.'tent finn of Denison, Beiden
?. Co., wIliI?' Um (.overa ?t'a C-nimindfjii of '
Inquiry sends forth report after report, ?li
filled with disehiHiircsof fraud and oftlcial neg?
ligence, at which tin? whole .State may will
stund aghast. IVoplc are almost tempted to
lah after all this if any work nu the canal lias
ever boon dona .ucording to contract, Of ?my
(.in.ti officer has ever Wen both competent and
honest.
Yesterday or published ? curious nan of
testimony nnd report fruin each of the two
investigating hollies. The L?gislative Com?
mittee gave us an ?ifli? ial narrative ol' the
notorious CHUKO Laka swindle, which
has boen pretty fully deecribed l?ef?ir<*.
The Governor*- ( .'onimi--toii devoted it*?
fourth report to a contract which differs
ni many interesting particulars fruin
thoac previonsly examined. The usual practice
has been to cheat the Btate bj nnbalaneed
estimates and fraiiduletit meaonrements ; hut
when Assemblyman Willard Johnson took his
contract for the We?! Trnv loci., he combined
an extraordinary variety of illegal and dis?
honest devices, including double payments,
double measurements, bohl and even de?
tiatit departure bum the contract pines, nnd
th-* construction of a ?real ?ha! of work not
specified in lili* contract at all. Having been
authorized for instance to build a luck, he
1 went on without any warrant of law t<> put np
! an iron bridge, consttmt a waste weir, and
inclose and ?pave mi una of 0,000 square
? yards of ground, omi Upon this "extra work,"
1 as then* was no allusion I'? it in the contract,
be put the most preposter?os prices. Having
agreed to build 50 c tbic yards of vertical wall
ni ?-'<; a yan!, he put up 1,320 cubic yalda ol'
it, ami finn reclasaiflod it. calling a part <>f
it " liini? n??ion masonry? at 910, a part
(adder eurved retaining wall at $1B,
land a part coping at .**".'(>. whereby
' the stale was cheated oat ut' i*?*v>(?o. Paving
''? whieb should have been 1B inches thick mid '
have cost $3 a yard was laid leas than 10
? inches thick ami thin charged as vertical wall .
I at $0. Excavation and lining were cbarged
I and paid for twice. Over 12,000 pound? of
scrap and pig-iron worth _ cents a pound
waa charged and allowed as east-iron at VI
r ?it*?. Clearing out an old dock Ulled entirely
with earth an?! gravel, mixed with some loose
stones, appears as "rock excavation*1 .ir $1.
For removing eight canal-ho.it wrecks
? from the bosin, a Job which fell within
the category nf "grabbing and clear
'? iiig," contracted for at $10, Mr. Johnson
li. I char.,t d ,7> ?or each lioat, and finding I
that little swindle easily -ini?----'ii! be alteretl
tlie charge to ?"r-";?>, or $2,000 for the eight. :
lu these and other ways Johnson managed !?>
obtain ?Si 11,108 nnder a rontrad which called
1 f? r only #49,0-0, and the Commissioners lind
i that over |80.000 of Ibe amount represent?
sue":- fraud by false ratea and measurements,
i It ia not worth while t.. waste indignation '
' on Willard Johnson, rar more frailty than
tho windling contractor are the fuithh is *-t..tc
? ofiicers by whose inconceivable negligence oi
, purchased connivance t'nis cheating w.ts made
possible. Tur ii must be remembered that
Engineers and Canal Commissioners are op
? pointed to ??represenl the Interest.of Ihepeoph
[ in .-ill ?h.-.??* tiaasactio-S; that ;.!1 l?i'l? 'mist be
audited ami allowed, all work sopervis-d
artd approved by the proper officials. Follow?
ing the good custom whi'h they established
flinn tin* start) tin- Invt-ti-gnt-ig Commis?
sioners give the names of all these State
functionaries among whom tlie rrespom-ibilitj
lias to be shared. They are Canal Commis*
I sioners George W. Chapman, Alexander
Barkley, and Adie Thayer, and Resident
Engineer. Peter Hognn, W. W7. Jerome,
! Charles Hilt n, and 8. E. Babcock. The repu
l tation of some <?f those gentlemen has hitherto
been good; the reputation of others is eer*
i tainly very bod now, whatever i; may have
been before the Governor's Commissioners
began the publication of their reports. But we
hase nothing lu i\u with ?personal reputatious
in the presence of these damaging disclorares.
A bad record stands against every one of the
persons we lu?ve named, and the liurden of
; establishing Iheii Innocence rests upon them.
We are hu from assuming) foronr part, that
every ('anal Commisrioner or Engineer ": ?
j allows hitiis If to be need by i.'.* Ring con
tractora is setnun*? a parto i In theb thefts.
The shamefo] laxity in the adntinh-ration ol
j canal affairs, to which Messrs, Beach and Rich?
mond gave stich striking ami unwilling te-li
I nionj the other ?lay. lias been so much a mat
, ter of courae that gentlemen who an ?ait hi ni
j ami upright in all theb unofficial business
; have thought it Unite the cd net thing
to sign vouchers and reports without reading
! them, inspect work with their ej a shut, and ?
, take ?ill manner of things foi granted iii ?nd? r
to oblige that combination of politicians and
swindlers which the Commission justly de
! scribed as the only permanent pur ii. al power
in the State, li will I??* one ol' the most v.tl
uii'-le resulta of Got. Tihlen. reform if In
aroueea the conacienci of the uve;.ige respect?
able office-holder to a propel sense ol' official
responsibility, and teaches thone ?taie-mcn,
j whether Republican or Democratic, vim pride
themselvi ? upon the decorum ?.f theb official
livca, that there is something for them t?>
think of more import mi than deportment.
HITS Iii f) "Eil./." MAXX.
The Pennsylvania Republican campaign waa
? opened yesterday with a speech bj Col. ,\'il
' li.un B. M mi', al 11 Ih foote, the home of , _.
? Gov. Curtin. Cul. Hann i* rerj well known
m Pennsylvania as the chief el tin I'h ladcl*
I phi.i Ring. Bis administration nf the offlci ol
'. Distiict-Attoni v i? generally believed tul..?vi
' afforded impnni y to mote political corruption
and general i..?. nitty than that uf an.*, other
one officer sine? the adoption of the Constitu?
tion, or proh i)!\ -?une tin- days of Wil
( li nu 1'eiili. It is not, we are eoiup, Hid
I to say, a good sign for the lu puh
j Iii.m?, oi Pennsylvania, thal their canvass la
opeued bj a person of so odorous a reputation,
' ami mu* who is so thoroughly di?*trnsted bri
! Iiunest men ol' all parties, ?is Col. William B.
Mann. No min in ..11 the corrupt crowd of
politicians who have j?i ...1 .?,?,,11 the t.l .
payers nil abused tin ponenc ?nul g.|
nature of the citiseofl of Phihidelphbt for
several years past, is su objectionable a- he,
i Ko limn of t?n-iii nil represents so limpi?te!*,
allth.it Is bad io politic*, aad corrupt ia society.
Upon what theory of polities, what polic)
of action ?u jihui of campaign, thi? person
| should have been thrust into the foraground,
I or allowed to puah hinuelf to the front) we
can i??' fur the life of u- conceive. Then are
enough politicians of his party in the ?State
who luve ??ni,? moderately bad reputations:,one ;
would suppose, from whom i bettei selection '
might bave been made; a selection which
would not have given to decent ?Republicana
m the State so sudden ?tml severa I
shock. It n in a campaign which, ?is i>
apparent to the most casual obaervei
?.! cn'lent politics. mu-t he cumin, |,?,1
with som?* slight reference to the -uiver*-1
populai demand foi admbUsli itii ? ..,, .-.,.
Penn?*. 1 van.? Republican.* Lave ?tt_-_f pii-lud
to tin* front, or allowed him to picdi obomeH
then*?winch in about us hud?the veiy chi'f
of those ??____! whom the reform canipnitrii
is to he carried on. I? the party nindi Or
in it wholly given ??ver te the l.iiig of windi
Col. Win. II. Minni i? (kelk princept?
Of Cn], Munn'* Bi??ech little n? ed he ?aid.
The siili.-t.ince of it is given <l?fv?lit*i?*. It re
cit? i. Ami that is all. The chosen orator of the
Pennsylvania Rep ?lilicnr.s "pointa with pride to
"?he record of tin' pa I." Ko. the immediate
l?a?t ; not (he past e_|C-lt or ?cn yeal I of li?-pi'h
licau adiniiiistialioii ?ii tin? State, willi it-*
scandals, mid its investigations, and its white
iraahinfa, and its prevailing disiepuie j not to
the ad.iii'ii-'t?ifion of I'lt-snleid ??i.uit, fritll all
the ?r_po__JM of w?*akn? ?s and wicl?. ?Iih-s that
have accompanied it; hut toth.it long gone
??.ist, \vli?*u the l.cpiihlicun party was ?li>ii),?
its greatest mid l>< st voll*:, and in the
i_rcntii?"-? of its si.c? ess w is ?sailing
??roiuid it the camp-folio.vei > who s*ih?isted on
it*, |:l.iii(lt*r, and gtadttpSiy corrupted its coun?
cil? and dishonor, d its r?cord. It was to tli.it
lui?! that Col. Mann ?directed tin* attention <>mf
liis li'aicr?, ?nul devoted iii?* rhetoric of Ins
stan li. The??" ten years since the war. ia
-..hi ii a irreit party, wisely led, might have
?Inn.- something of which i?? Im proud-, hut
which haa hean marked onlj bj feeble ?ttatca
manabip, conupt ?pol?tica, an?l nnwho-eaome
nile, he Jins-eil over. < nil;, l?;*i*iii? ?the party
which (oiiupt men ?.<-?(><?il?*?l ?>f ii? nanto wh n
they si i/? ?1 iis machinen ?and ?pom .?ed them
',.-?? of its i.if-ai.i/atii.n?was patriotic and
p.ii?* itiid t oiu.i-eou- during tin* war, do? s Col.
Mann ask ?the people of lY.ui-.i 1\ ima lo vite
the ticket lain led KcpuUiiMli. Hotlllng el?c.
If.- tirites tin* ?ervi.-es of the ?-i-prl.liran ?party
daring one gieal emei-geney m a ?rcaaou toe
(mating Um ?men who hear thal ?name in an?
other emergency equally ?greet, for which Ita
leadcra have ahownlitth atomaefa and leaaea*
?parity. .'?ii?l thal emergtmcj is no ?ten than
the [tatting down, oiil of si.-'lit, and out of I'??
?iiit.il life and ?ill ?powet of misi hi, t, ju.?t nulli
politicians as Win. B. .M..nn. Bil I .?u?t such
?Ringa ?is he i? tin? te?o-iii/ed ?leader and chief
of.
The I'' iin?\l\.i!ii:i [tepubtienna ara to be
pitied. Their camp-aigu haa ?been opened !?.\ .1
? oii.?| licnoua ii pu -cntaii ??a had?! and chief
iinli'i 1!?of the v? ry ?la.?-, .?ml the rcry int? r
1 ??-. againal which) in ?the thinking of ni] hon?
es) inen, the eanipoigfl oughl u? be u ode ; and
In- has opened ii nith a lame and imnotenl
.,,.,...1 to pa*??iiiii.s wiioau ?i-ln s w?'i?' blown
away ta last F-_ll*a aweeping l)i*nii?er.?tic trie
lory. The Pcnnaylvania caiiip.ii-.-ii ojieued by
" Bill" Maim ! And is thal the la *?1 tim
I'eim?.? Irania ?Republicana eui dot
////' RETVRNIN? IM ! 'Iii..I TORS.
The [nvcatigating Committee Appointed by
the I'risideiit for the vindication <?i -Secretary
?Delano mul the Indian ?Bing lui??- fiuiahed
theh labora ?and ere dow n theil return.
Theil ?report la ?not yet completed or presented ;
bul lhere is ?some ua-?ni to lielievc iliat they
I?,1,.* thoa far done the work ?? hich wa* ex?
pected of them, und will iniil.i' ?such n rapori
as they imagine will be ?acceptable to the
|iower which appoint-ed them. From Port
Laramie, ('in vi mu*, and Omaha we ?hear
nothing hut tronenrrent ?ramon ; that the Com
!nitii*e were ?taken in hand promptlj b) the
Iadiaii Ring ?uni were lyatematically anr
?ronnded from be^nning t?> end by influ?
enc?e which were too ?strong for ordinary
mt_, snell m ?liey were, ?to ??-???f. The
indian trndcra, contractera, and ngenti arc
unqnestionahlj the bri :lit"*t and ?moat
active minds on tin- ?frontier. Thej arc
thoroughly -?cquainted with thebuaineai nndei
conaideration ; they ??re usually '.?.c? ?and hold
politician! in a nuall wa., ; tiny have of ne
????-??tv ?1 conaiderable knowledge of ______
nainie; and what ia ?equally Impoitaot they
are pretty nearly the only men on the ?frontier
who hive any iii"ii ??. ni an? DlCMM of enter
t.uiiiii".' iiinl ?making theaiaelvi ? ?agreeable t?.
the? suit of t'oniniiiuc which l..is boen tent to
ttiem. Ai 11 ?matter <?i f-net, tin* ?tonatanl com
pallion? and co'in?i hi ? of the pn*?cnt Com?
mittee, we might almoat say. ?have been the
?attic dealer Hosier und the Agt-nl Saville.
They ?pretended? of ?'?.t>.? <?-, to deaire nothing
hut the truth, hat their iiive ?:; .?ution took its
tondencj obediently ?from the suggestions of
the.si ?mtereeted partice. l.m kily, Gor. Fletcher,
?ti one unguarded pin use in hi? littet to J'liL
TniarxK ?before ?starting, put upon record ti:?*
?unfair and prejudiced intention tvith trhit-b he
went into the matt? r. He aid if was tlu pnr
i?". e of tim Committee to examine ?-?mrougiily
"tin* chargea uni Inrinnationa'1 of Mr. Mail?,
.-????ting out in iliis ipirit it would ?not bo ?ur
i?i i - ? 11 ?.r tii.it ?they should ?eonaider tlu-ii dnty ;?.
li.- in ?1 71-aloiis attempt to pi"vi- ?Prof, _fai_h
a landent and Mi. Delano au injured ?public
servant,
li nitiv lu? ?iskcd, W'l.v is li-.t the ???????in?.
oi tin .;iin> officer.?, rafflrieui to diajirove thal
of tin ?Ringi In ihe ti-,1 plat-*? the atrong argu?
ment of ?Booler ?and bia frienda la that then is
m eonapiraej of ?recular offlcera p? hive tin*
liisliihiitioii of .?.lippue? tiaii.-i'i m d ii um tli?
Interior ?Department ?<> th? Army, .1 fietJoa iu
\ ? nted to ?li.? i-ilil in inlvanee ti.? te-,liinoii\
?.I sin h soldi? i? a? mai be IuoiikIii ?before the
Committee. Inside?, every one Imowa the
characteriatic ?reaerTe and diacretion which is
like .1 ??nuil nature to anny officcra. The*
will not vohmiiei evidence, ?and before a Com
mitt?*?* which i? not aympathetic, they will not
wa?:?* time in attacking a powerful and in.'lu
enti.il Kiiij.' whick they have ?renton to believe
i- snjUHiii??.] i,y i):t. GoTernment, it is in the
t ttnre ?>t the ca-.c, tils?), that the ii formal inn
which the) ?panacea of tin* diabonratj ??I ?jig? nt.s
and eoiiiriit 1- is ?mpi tit? 1 jind limited? \.il
iiahle liilhei for its indie ltk.ua ?h.iri l'or its
?i' iti\c rolnme. Wa liav?* aeen a ktter
from ??ne of the tooti intettigenl offlccn
iiow in the \v?*-?. in v.lii*h, wli?e agree
111?.' lui'itily with every word of ?Prof.
Murah'a ?pamphlet, he t-spreatea rery little
hope ?>f a sii''C(??piil attack opon th) Ring.
lie .?...?s, MWe ?regari the Indian ?Sing witb
''mingled suspicion, hatred, and ?reepect. li
"m ?sompoaed <>i ahrewd, Intelligent) ?and un
''ecrnpnlonfl nun. It wields u influence
" who*?* motive power is as ?unfailing ?is ?gold.
" So couiiniitei appointed auder ?t? auapici ?
"cun Rather and ?lij.???t evidence ol i?? tual
" jua?ti??s with it iiiind tmbiaaed m ? ririoa
'? uiil.liiidcil. 1 hive hut little hoj?* of the
"lc-'ilt. The l?t paitment, with admiral?!??
"skill ??ml hypocriay, has ?...hc?! religi?n to
"avarfet and infti-riic. \\ I oeTCT, as ,.i. army
" oAeer, oi^weea *o ?strong a ayatom of fraud
"and di ((it niii?l 'kii L u'.'iinst tin? jukI.s.'"
\\ ?li nil the*?- (Ueadvantagi-e ngainid tlnni,
???\?i;il oth.cr? have conic boldly forward ami
t?.l.l ? ioii'.'Ii to convict t?he j__ng of ahajuofuJ
(li?lini:i ?1. ; inn tin? Committee hare treated
their e\?dence a? if it were m? ?batter than
tJ1.1t of tli?' a_i nts and dependente of do?
llin ves whoec lu iu_r depcjid? iijiiin u goa*.
?um.im?* of th?* lya-tem ??? prander?
j-. 1? ,;i?".iii> to be ?i-grottod thal mu hko
Mr. ?'cYchrrh, for Instance, whoseloyal friend?
ship fur C?en, (irant does not cloud their idea?
.1 righi nor their power to weigh tacts, .should
no4 have tiikeu part in thi* investigathni fin?!
given it nonio HCinbhinco nf authority. As it
is, there is no reason to hopo for anything
f i ?nu tho majority hut a common-place and
convent lona] ?report, fall of supprimions and
platitude?which will have the Indian quciil ion ;
just where they fuiiud it. The plain state?
ments of I'rof. Marsh and the vigurous argu?
ments of Mr. Welsh will remain nnaaowi red,
and Mr. Delano will still carry his tainted
reputation into the Cabinet nawtinga, aa lung ;
as the President is it.different and bia eol
leagnea are too polite to protest.
AS EXPEBIMEXT IS UFE INSURANCE.
The cost of obtaining customers in starHng
a new mercantile enlei prise is always a Beriooa \
cunsideiatinn. The vnunir concern niav have
money, facilities, and ability sufficient in all
respects fur conducting the Misluesa proposed;
hut wilhoiil i ?i?lon,?'is ii ia Id?' a lo? ??motive,
properly constructed, with steom up, but no
?tracks to run upon. In older countries tbe
"good will" or the establishment of channels ;
? of traite, possessed in families for half a cen
! tiny ur more, becomes the moat valuable part
of the business. The rapid change*of fortune
in the United stiies modify this condition ?if
things here, and render if? more practicable for
? beginnen t<? make a new start In life, compet?
ing with those who bave already a lived name ,
I and position. But to accomplish success, it i?, '
absolutely necessary for the new conceru t<>
give whle publicity to it-? nndertaking.
We an? reminded of th. -<? somewhat obvious '
j facts by the programme oi a recently started
life Inattrance company which propo? to dts
pense .vii h i li?- costly services of canvassing
agenta. This ?rill be ? novelty on our -id? of
the Atlantic, where one nf the gravest occa?
sions ul solicitude has been the extravagant
commissions paid hv young companies to Huir
canvassers. Hand in hand with thi* abuie
then- ha* been usually a emile??, ?selection of
iii?iir?-d lires. These causes, rathei than loose
investment of funds, have brought down Into
iii?' dual of amalgamation <?r bankruptcy a r
ernl of the minor concerns. The -ucee?? ?d
certain English companies thal have never em?
ployed canvassers, gives bone ii? the new
I enterprise bare, Bul it must bo admitted
j that the conditions abroad are very different.
! Much of the life iuaurenee of Great Britain
Hows from the dispoiial ni' inherited property,
j and in miking marriage ?till?mellis ?i life
j policy is ?i frequent element. The application
in these ??i?es comea to the companies from
the legal adviser? ni tin? family. It ma\ heit
be mentioned, however, thai in the exposure
of the affairs of houkrupl English conipauics,
ii has been shown that heavy commissions on
policies were paid to this class ?o' lawyers. As
to the large proportion oi British companies
' that ilu employ canvassers, ii cannot be add .
?that they sei ?i*.i example of economj in man- -
agement to our older com.mi.it?, in whom
practice commissions to agenta are reduced to
a minimum.
There is another fea-ture m the programme
of ih?* new company, to niiich the public may
be expected to pay some attention. What la
??illili a "savings-bank account"' is t<? be
opened with each policy, and what tin* com?
pany can by calcubttion afford t<> pay hack on
ih? surrender of the ?policy is !?? be condo
li.uily placed to the credit of this account.
This is tn enable the Insured either t?> apply
tin accumulation t<> the renewal of a policy,
or to surrender the policy ?is. li ?it anytime
i fur ?i cash value. It is believed that this 9JB
, tem will prove an offtel to th<* det*p dissatis
faction which now prevails among the people
who have taken Insurance in years gone
by, and now either cease to need it Of ',
me scarcely able to pay for it. Tiny'
generally consider what the companies offei :
th?m for a surrender too ?mall a proportion
of the value of their policiea. The leading i
obiectiou ?hut companies raise to the often- |
urged project of naming a surrender value
fruin the start of n policy through its whole
existence, is thal it WOU-d oller an inducement i
to the insured to relinquish the polk) : that
this would be mora of ?a temptation to the
sound ami bealtby than to th?< feeble and dis
eased, and thus eventuaUy most of the good
' riaki would be withdrawn from the hooks,
while ?ill the Inferior ones would t.ain.
Here then is ?i qucotion which cannot be solved
by mathematics in advance ??1 expi riment, A
! wide-spread interest nwj perhaps be taken in
an endeavca t?> put lapsed and wrreudered
policies on nu equitable and satiafactory bards,
since many peuple believe that in these ?nut?
ters tiny have not met luir dealing.
Ii is beyond our province to foii'iitsl the '
fatura of the now undertaking; whatever the
result,it Mill not affect the principles involved !
in the proposed plan. Their merita or demerits
will become inore than ever the ?objects <?!
divided opinion. At lc.i-ii the compon) may
?'?ti clear of the two quicksands of extra va
gauce in agents' commbadona nnd dissatisfae
lion among ; tolley -h?hten. If _ marked sne_
i ceas i*? attained, it will hasten the day of
i Improvement ?u life insurance in respect to
cheaper and better ways of conducting the
I business, If failure ensues it will long post
i pone an experiment which perhaps som.* ol the
older, stronger companies might h .ve af
tenipted to greater ?advantage.
We do not remember exactlj how old tbe youth
\?,1i who iii'? 'I ti:?- l.|>l-*-iull tlillll?, 1)1" titi? f-ll
DcctiiMttboy aha Riad ta? iltitnpbrej HtraetCoa
fgrt rational Chapsl 'a Kaw-Harea recently la c
j years of aa?, and ''ii nama is Willie Branga. Tina
? precaeioto loeendiarj operated with chips and shar
; ina-., kindling tbesi.nhiuitiblet >?? ith i ?mat? 1? : and
if his ?acrilogiou* operations bad no1 been ulMerved
?ht? i-iiii.?i?imi. ?11 tliiit e would have bean couinnicd.
NotwUbst-udiufl In*? Kiithi ti.ii?, Mi*i?i Drangs
I wa sa i? ? rrc ti 'I im ?t i ? t ?f '? ? ti an adult,
laud a a*? hicxorablj lon-ign-ed t-i ih locli ?p. a bera
In- wa - f i.ind hy i ? agoni: I father, who gi . hail
tor hi? appearance snd carried bim boms to 'ii?
! mother. If beget- S; ??*?? Priam for life, snd hi not
I , m off by chick? ?.?????: or wno other Toothful ? oni
I plaint? Willi?? will have rather h looa tims
I ni ii: inn babies with a ji t ?i?l --?i > pro.
I penalty lu* burabig BteHlag-bO-ses ongbl sot
j to be bora ia Connecticut. While c-onsklsrlng this
i combination of ptwrilitj and Aro, we may mention
jalaos ? ?:?-?? c4 puer?ity and water, with a tauch of
ii tal depravity ia it. TV.? ?. ? it \\..t ?
Usas. Aga i?..\(;;t?. This little man came home to
bia poreuts "ith a sad story In bia mooth and ?>?? .'?'
?i? le ? ?'? . II? bad ??? n robbed b1 all Vu
raiment and othenrbM audtreated by two men in
the woods, Alltb? Worcester police Riada diligent
?-?.lieh for the nasals aithonl ssb-Wo. whieh Isn't to
bewoadetad st stace it la noa diseorerad that the
buy, in opposition io dm pare?te! injunction, hmi
baan swimming in ths river, and in someway lost
Ids clothes while eujaying this tuxnry. Theaemfr
haily elegant opportunity afbedoi bj hin nudity foi?
a hm Inn hetiui ?Ac ti Hit vam improved h> tho
pal. illili li.Uni.
Ha.s'??VKit, \. II., Auk? 2.V?The lion. Daniel
uiinati.-ii. iraaastar ??f Daraaaatii Os-hps ami ?Pnalititai
nf tin i?_rini.mt ii Nuii.tiiai itiank, Ui.?u Mi tua lato raab
too ?a lu t ?1? >,?iii< i u?t erealag.
OHIO ISSUES.
THE SCHOOL (.rKSTlOX.
A KFiR ritvr Tin: M-fOOnAVM PAMtt vrttt. ?em
KKHI^T THE r*TH?>I.H. ? lil'ltf?! Pul.try li?.
tri**?. aii-fSKo ny tur ??ki.iiav mt ia- tub
WKAKVFM-I ASK hTilKXl.TII Of M-I'I'IIUI'ANS.
To the Editor of The Tribune.
Silt : " What baa fhe i iitnpiiitfii in Ohio to du witn
the Behool question.' many ?iii nth. Intel i?/ent
pstaons ItaOW that tho Constitution of that St nth
foTbids an y division oi the public school food, and
that lbs DssBocrati? ?Stats ptattluna distinctly dis*
avows an j bitenttoa o? ?hanging lbs panana! apaleo.
of parolar ?ducation, fetth ? r ? ire Intellifont pao?
son? fas obii?, hy no asaans few In aambsr, who ho?
lieve that tim Boeeeas of the I'"'.,:,f e party Akara
will invoi'.e pave danger to ?toa poblle Behool *?,*.
Hin. .*?o BBBOJ ?>f these uri? 1? BMMTats that it ia
.int'? probabfc titi.-? faestiea ?ill bobe Um party
greatet I??*-? In the Boadaa alacttaa thoa say other.
Democratic poiith'ians ntl.it la treat it witheen>
tempt. Many Bepublieaas waa raaliat thal ii isaat
the chief qn ith? of ?tho eatnaaiga would prefer?a
it, .-et, lu apiti ??i politicians of sUssrta.it
U a living and potent force in the campaign. The
?.i. i? ' ?l.. ;>|\ regarding if. Thooaanda ?.ill ha
iiillui-ti.'.d by if in theil \"t ?.
st 11* pin in-? m niK ( ?loora.
Du- is not aitf-.tiii r fh" result of BnraaseaJaf
prejudice, ?Populai Inatincl U stanetimes BMaatraa
t?i;in tin- raaaoningaof t!.?* sblest leaders. Lot sat
oxplaii the .inn.?tot thought and ?feeling, as the
attentive observer Suds it anama 'I'" Biasses bera,
and rtaadere of lui; Ti.im m: ma} then judge bow
far .li?- question is likely to Influent- Um resalto!
the campaign r'li-tof b1 I, on? mast bt ria aiiad
' U> Northern Ohio was settled mainly by hw*
mi -i mi-? from Ni n England und New-York, Imbaed
altfa thi ?til.n?' n't ti !. nu ni which ?prevails hi thal
wet ion foi the ???teni of bob sectarian has ??? boob*)
the -eui In m part of the Btate waa mainlj settled by
immigrants bom Maryland, Virginia, North i ar
tiiiiia. :n.?i Kentucky, who relata ?? very hoot ?a>
ttpd ition ??I ?l.i-?i? aj akrm whh b forawilj ?stated
m tboae -tatafs, and whieb the bask of **tnr.tula
proviaion for the education <?f childrea ??f tho
poorei rlaasea contribnted powerfully to maintain?
Well (.?? iii ? p 'ipi?* t? membei the hoatilitj oi tho
old I ?. m? ?* t i'l? leaders to popular eda? ifloa. Tbey
r. dice, better than au) Northern men i an, tint it ana
;i vii ii ft .tur? of tin? old arista i it.? BJ *'"'" ???' the
Booth tn I.i ep the mass "f the people la thai coadi?
linn nf Ignotanca which, acoording to the rdava?
holding philosophy, waa heat adapted ?lomaka kdMf
i?, in iitit?, ?illing, end, in all the lover branchas,
efteetive. Whites i bo aere ant ot the iriatoeratie
? in felt the ell ?'*- >f thta ayatsm ssnst ki inly and
bitterly, and ??*?< ti ?>i them aa escaped to Northam
?States and their deai udauta often i talnaatiCongBC
iliatmat ?if the Demot ralle party In rt ?peel to its
(!? a'iu_ ? \\ n h th?? t?. im? ?I i, ??? : i. ?vii a more Intensa
attachment for that systi a, than manj Northem
n n ti.i i.i?i Ives.
nia n mi oernainowoi rAvnof-tcs,
Men of Northern and -onthern birth alikerealha)
that the D rmatratie ?uri?* is to-day eootroUed t?v
two powerful elements?tba formai ??alBtoeratie
?le??, of the s,,mil ?mil the Catholb eleaamtot the
North. The., und new proof of the poworof t,;?
i 'atholl? 11? m? n; in recent event? to which 1 shall
present, refer. Theynood '-??> aofarthai (baa the
mai. t villiigi to Tit- ? Idencaol the aoud I I
? i.iiii.i which hi?? taken pi???:<? in thi b-clingaof
t it bul in toward thi ?icbool system sines the Chm li
took poa!tion antbotitatively against nan sect ".
education, among bia neighbors every observant
tuan rea ? b ?? that there were asanyCatlwliea
abo did not tn- -it.it? ti oppBBS these dsetrl s ? w baa
tbej aere Ural promalgatad,and to declara that
" they might do ia Europe, bat could saves beaa?
ceptedbj Catbolica on tbia able of tha water." fal
every obser\'unt man sees that the? bubb Cathalba
?m longe, express any dissant from the 'lu,nines
,,i ilu- Vatican, but in vary ssaay <;t?ia
nu ? (?[>. tilv reiterate the ?arguments used he The
Cathttlh Teiegraphot Cincinnati, ?and other papara el
Ilk? spirit, in otter hostility to the whola .yatee, of
ire? Bchoofak Wherever von lad a eommnnitj par*
tullis ? ?.iiiit.'? d ol Catholic, mea ?t?!1! tin niion
mark? ti Instaneea of t Iii*? ehaage ol testing and par*
posa, whit h they bava aoticed ia personal inter*
coarse with their Catholic aeigbbofs. InsonwlB.
?'..-i?. -, alao, iiit'iitinii i.? made oCau saurai t m ployed
hv nie Catholic elergj to ?.i?>* 1 withdrawal ?*f
?itilii.:. from publie school?, and reptan*- of tho
hoatiba teaching*ol thi Church, liies? rotnpalsory
ti? ..ii.it li.??.?- aomctimes embraced refusal to per*
form the aacrsmonts tor the pareare who continual
toaeudchiklre_.o publlr reboots, otto ipboldtho
tit h k.'Iiik)! ?awieni. Incident* like these, 'nunn,
m -h-i the personal obaervatian of men in bbbbp
towns, aave caused very grove alarm, and :?i?joiiea
nientioiu .1 bl. nBveraation.
ia 111 r oi hil tiia.i.'.N' n,i r.
The introduction of the Geghan bill, un.l the air*
t iii.i-iini i-?t m it paasaaw by tba last LagialataiOj
were peculiar!] calculated t?> latisisify this slams.
ami t<? produ?i< (I'-ttiist ni tlie Democratic patt*/.
Ih. bill Itself ?lid not tooeh tin Behool ayatean, but
only r. miiiikI Ou?r the clergy of >?li oreeds dbonld i*t
allow? ?! .?> attend ii.ni.it.* of tha i ?aliona Btats iunti
tntivna. Had it been passed upon its menta, ana?
lem feeling anmld have h? t,n MM it?-ti. Hut tha in
?t-odeeer, Mr. Qeghaa, in .? Kihi which was poa*
lishad, railed apon the Cathouos __eoagho_t tha
State to I'.tlilialitl the paSSBgri d' tim bill il** un act
of (iMtiiv due from the IlanaeraWepormy to ?Caobo*
Ina. I le Cn ' halt, b tiiui'h BBid ol' the Ik n.oiratic
??uri*,. "Withdraw the nppact winch ?athatisB
1.1 re Bivi ti tn it. ?n?I ?t will fall m this eh ?', ? "tnity,
and ?.tate ib speedily as H has risen to it- lang l?**t
pt ?ion Bud poarer. i hut party hi Baw on trial.
?I?. <? u-?!'?!?'?? ?till v ill tost tin' ainearitj ot tit* prafi +
?i? ?t??.'' Othst 11 n-hi i? i in ?us oi bkacharaetec Bn ; i th.it
BBdothar acgaasof that < bareh, tan red to nenra t?ia
i?-i-?i_.- of tin bill *??> iiii tha votoof ever) IkiBiiimatki
im mi'i ni in Ia i*i?lat ? i r i-vipr uni., rhamapsn
Tot < o''otu, leitprmpk ?iiiti, .nul it?, dtinlaratlnn waa
echoed bp other papera,"Theunhrokaii,aalldvate
?i ilu Catbolk citizens of the Btata will bi (??renta
iii?* 1 ?.linn nu . ut th. r.ill i-!..-.'in.it.'
li la hardi) neoeaaarj u??mji ih?u i!..?.? raal8BBa>
iuced a deep impreasioa bri everj school iii.-tiii t in
iii. Rtate. 1 bave not I? en bia ?dn^e t ?wa ia which
men ha vi notfreq ntl) rrfrrniii ta thaaa facts ami
? -|. . lally to ?he uttt tram eaof I at hoik papen iiffor??
nuil iiiiii the passage ?ii the bill, m pa?al thal tho
i.? ? that Choreta ovar the DaaBBoratie party
waa absolute, and waa kaawa to ba sosohiti by tha
leaders of both. These bbsb ?i> " Fhe bitttiltt. ??I
ih.? Church to tha Behool spatem ia openly poa*
claimed. It? power over the patt) .?proved. Of
??i.i ?,% milli uni do taavoa before an elactioa aa
i,h it.ni tn .u?uii the Bchoola. Tba dlacipka o?
i ? . '?.iriit .I long ago to coo ?j! theil real abaa
B.it whenever that I h.ir.h d-OBaada tie' admiaaian
?t p;ii<?i in.il school?*! ?tv? p.irt ??t lbs publie *it-h?i<?i qra?
i n?. :? i> ?i f linne m New-York, wo can pbdaiy ass
I bal Ibe Pemumstfij pirn will yian! that or my
Illina I- io ti tula the * iatholie \?it.*.'*
koo will sas thal tin ratsaa ?i "iti?j bava h'?*n
aatchiug the doings in you -?f <?t?, ni?... \.i? amay
.t them ara (rom Maw?York? InteUlnanl asan
aben * er I io ref.-r ti? tbia asechad, bp win1' ii wa?
ut. tiip'tt iaNew-Torh to avada a iOBstilatswial
! ?,i like ih? one m ian a in this State, and as*
pn ?s the Li in f tii.it if tilt? tit hum r?it?i bad ?bill ??iwer
b? ?? that method of a rasi?n ee anas uthai woald fca
Lu itniltii ii\ ile-iiithnti. s. .uni iii>t.i.iiiiv yWdai
it\ ii?* iii iii??.->.i. i?? politician-? (^mto ofi'ii, ?ii*??,
iiiti? refer i<? the lauuenaa granta ia -le Ib Kaw*Ta_k,
uiitl' i .ammaay rale, la Catholai ?laatitattoiw, uml
Bxprsm tim Im?!h ? that whsiovei DsosBsaacy has
1'iin'i linn .-h t??de..i. ?t ph i**-*, >t will ?>? Isani
?li.it l .iiii.?li? iiilln. in .? is ?n*.remo iu it? BSnO-Ua
a? tins \v?tMi troo-aaV-Mva.
Oftheefbet at lb to dtotraat el Mai DBsaoara|poa
mu? can iii'i-?' with aecaraey. Hut no uni* who
ti.?- .-I?. .It mt tin? ?late fun bil tOBSS thal the feel
lag ii vi i> BtrOOf ami mmtf. At ?".cry itu??*ttii _. if a
Bpeaktt toaehsa apea thal qpmtion, tha mu-une iu
trii-.i Bbawa ami the quick und lieait\ it-epouses
liven betraj a ?pint thoeh-ots al whieb eaaaol !>?
mnaaamd __B-wralala aaasaal____*? aMandaal
ii. pniiii.iiti m. tiuit** Hu*? >* ir, nuil it ??* aeHssd
? ?r.ttt'i.u lhat tho u rater port of lham aml-tb

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