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F.>RKiGV.-Tho lintish bondholder--, nf the Trie Railway BffroY! ii the lu-rotiitrui turn Rhetne. r? -- Tim lena?ra nf the Ipaaiah Poaetltntloiial party baaed an alaettoa aMreaa ? ??i Aaaerleaa tri ah meat Brae sohl in L<-n?l?>o. -= Lord Lytton v. as ippaiatad Yu ? raj al India. ? ss lb" Aaatriaa I tov i min? it regarded tho Ameru-an tvoto ou Cunnii ulliiirs -A-itlt uiicoiucn). D.iMKMic?In Die State L'-?ri?l:tture Jik?r?v Roi ertaon waa aade Preeidenl pro t*m. of th?? Bei ate, and Gen. Ranted Speaker el the House; Llent^Oov, Deeahe?nei nn?l Gen. Haatad -.ade ehort epooohtaj Beaatee Woadla aft-red a Lill to repeal tia Qraj Haaeaet, - Five more (ann imbi leoBredfoi the trial ot i,"un*" fX L??rd, makin",ten ia .ill. Die Onad Jury at Iridgalea, N. J. wire charged in n, -g? io the Landis-Uarnith affair. - ? . eana! hoar- ?ei? Bunk at Alhaaj bf Um lee hreak* in?; ni?. ('lTY vi. S'iT'UniiAV.?Tho Infcriolheinto I.if nary Anaae?attOB held its anuuul c"iit"?ts m Oratan al tho Academy of Music, md tho liw.inL? on the- ci.mjn tirions in F.vav writ?if*. G '- .rid Mathematics wen ?aaoaaced ii." Rowing ?_Boeiattea of Aateaieaa CoUegeaae* leated BaratoBB aa the plane <?f ihi? vaar'aracatta. ?Sorteare nakina hy the Brooklyn Dem?? crata le turni a Ben Denaoeratic QeneraJ Com i.itti". The .-limita! aaeetlng of the Society for the Prevention ot Crnetty to ( Gold, i i-j v. H2*a, iiL''v. !,.,?.t vaiaeoi the legaHandei de*_ai ?it the ck? i anta Thi VYbsthkb.?'The GovernaMnt leport pr ' 0 ? l?l> i and partly eroad* areather, In th olly, te-;, ni..*., the day wruw elear an 1 cold; ti., i 1 ??:..-i-l. *J(i . L'T . L' I . \'?'?ieaa taroon have r?*as?-in to i?c pleeuw-d ?t tin- meeraa attained in eoovaying freab inc i i good condition txota tliis oonntrj to l.n'ii?!!'. Qraal Britain eride_tly aoeda nil thoj ? ?' ?1.1 her, linee eomplainta of ilic high priti ni lu?-a win- r.iii?iiuii n? Londou hud y. .. Ka . lag !-? .'... lin m,,] ?.f p demand io bei rarpiua win,?!. Qreat Britain is hii .i Bcipal ( ii i'ni.i r, bul wa mi' rapidly mpplnnting nil f"niv*.i eoaipe?ton in thal market, accordingly then i? great Inancial diatn ? b1 Odeaaa, winn- hopea wen enter? tained .*?' lately of .i proaperooi aeaaon. Hy ihc vviiinimwiil i?r the remaining Uti (it Mr. llewen ?fslnsl Thi Emile, BOOM O? tin Mile i--'.!-1 nf tin- in-f.it wanda] are effectnallj cleared anray. ViitiJ the meeti-4l ol the Mut iii ("niiiifil tli'ie i? | lair jim-jnct . f a reapite Crona befog obliged to heal whal the gaad people el Brooklyn thiak of each oiht r? Tlie band of economy hai lallen Im ivflj on the H,..irli Department! and redaction of Mia* rit s and 0? ?eui* is tin* n? et M uv i< -lilt. At leait om ralnable niau, Dr. EUaha narria, i? ihn?, thronm out of ofBee. After nell eontrae* tion, tlie woik of the Departmenl will of coun-t he tar leal efeetove? and tinr?- aeema reason to fear thal it will l?c inadequate to infct th?- aeeda ot tin* ?it\ Meat ni tin important pointe arc a- i.c-t de? cided Maeerning um College Regatta. Bj linrvnrd'? rout luxion t?> jiiii in it tin?, yeal l-nt not hen-lift? r, Vale is left alone at pre? b1 iii her sen .??ion. Krom none of ll.e Kni:li.-h tul? l? gea have definite BeeeptanOM of the iuvita -tioa yet be< u ret?*ivt'il, and Trinity decline?. ?arntoira vv.?r Mleetod aa the iii,????? by a larg? majority of the llowlnj? Association; ?mil COO* ?ideiine the known ail vant ices to bfl h;.d there, the choiu*? muat b? eo?hkred ivisx'. Spain it now appears learned ses retly tlie contente of the American not??, and promptly tiled to eoQuteract ita iufiueuce by repn ?. nt ing that our propoeal? tended to prolong the Cuili.it war and revive tho hopes of the So? cialista. Thia shrewd appeal to the fear? of the I-.uropeun morjarohs ha? proved ?Actual vith Hie AobMbb Govi inniiiit, which i? di? poaed u? treat om eomph?nl with indifference, ?ad not .?vin to give it a reply. Tbk, n ?u-luit-j ?iii'ca AuaU?i ?U? uulhiug to do wilh , Cuba, and hail troubles f?TH*Bgh at home. Moreover it is not her policy to encourage re? bellion anywhere._ A trace of one of ThomaiMn'l diabolical plots to blow up steamers w believed to have lx cn found on the Celtic, tbo theory beinff that a box brought here by that vessel only failed of bein-? filled with dynamite anil clockwork, in ?tt ?k1 of baff of bliot. because '' W. K. '1 'bomas," who shipped it, could not insure it Bl $3,006 in ?pede, Petkapi the most remarkable dr* enmatante ia this whole aflhit i-* Um view taken by German lawyers, that if ThOttBIBCB bad survived his attempt at suicide he eou'.d only have bt ? n lightly punished ander existing lan -, thoagh he caused tlie death of 128 penon?, -? Dor. Hartr?nft'a BienagC COntraatl in ? striking array of Ignrci th? reduction of tlie debt of Pennsylvania and the immense increase of tin- debts of her cities. Politician? may n - gaid it as home what ungTBti lui that lu- Bl* POO?! so broadly tho conupt peifOBBIBBCC? ot the Bingi that control Pittsburgh and Phila? delphia] but if Got. Dartnall reilly means reform in tint quarter, and v.ill pul Iii shoulders to Um wheel* th? luffering dtizeni will v.t h -onie their new ally. Tlie BMBMgC li very o.ittpoitiii on the raided of repressing riot and lawlaasnCM in the miniupr districts, and makes among4 other lllflgiaHoiBl the cx celleni one thal a court of aroitratioa be ?m pointed to lettie dlsputei between workmen aud employer?, Tlie pe? omi intercollegiate lit? ; iry contest ?rai agr?ai adv.une upon the first. That con* listed solely of contesta in oratory and essaya; this year, in addition to these, there wen al*" contests in Greek and mathematica? The e\ iiiiinaiioiis were thorough? and were con* dm ted by nidi of the highest attainment In each branch of leaning, '1 lie oiaioi i-ai contest-, embraced nearly double many college? Bl last year, and exhibited bol? ter work. Ihe Association wire enabled to offer the piiztH in (week through the renewed munit?ci nee of Mrs. Astofi and it must be B peculiar pleasure to this lady thal her tii?t prim wai ?Billed oft after ? lair compe? tition with ohoaea n praeentatiyee of Hght?oJ* leges, by one of hu own iex The other prizes were inadc up from the generous contributions of Mr?. John Taylor Johnston and a few other friends of the ti?ofiiiion. and from the funds raised by the ?tudenti themselves. There ?mu?-, to be no further doubt as to the widen* im? inti rest in the Association and it-! est.ib lisbmeol mon ? permanent basis? On the whole the Legislature has organ* teed well. ?The Senate lia?l a good -deu? ten,uit-?ntcrmn, and Ins boen wise enough to choose a good temporary President, II. Bouse gains sgain it Speaker of experi? ence and common sense, and the con? tra?! in both ?respecte with last year will !"? refreshing? Speaker Hasted will bave need ol all his tact to organise the Committee? so as to prevent his party from terring Itself too nun li to render good aervici to the stat?-. On the olhcr hand, li?? will be in equal danger from tho jobbery who nearly always contrive in the east of committees to lecure for themsi'lvi s the best s'ai.d? ?0T business, No in lu bus |0 larg? a personal i:it? r. *-t in ^iiurcliiif? against both dangen as Mr. Hasted himself. His last two yean of lerviei at Albany have greatly advanced him in pop ular esteem, ?ad if b? can pilot his parry through tho dangen of this lession be will have made pood his standing Bl oin of Ita mod (ila ii nt leaden, and probably lecured I largei i.i Id? lor work in the future. HIL o 0 J 'ERN ( UM MESS. 10 E. 'Ihi- message of Gov. Tilden i-? ? busin-ess lihc document) waiting ne words on fictitious lara?? and incumbering its statements, arg? nient?, and SUggestioni With no ill-timed rhet? oric. It i- ?Iii'.iL'lv marked by 111? - <?ov crimi-? well known threwdnem and sagacity, yet ii ii probably no1 exactly what tho politician-- i ?? pected ?>1 lum. Ile do.s not dwell ?I length upon the ("anal Reform ?>r th? saving that baa been effected in th? public expenditure?! al? though on both subjeete be ityi all that wai needful. He gives the prop? Information upon th? varions branche? of UM Mate administra? tion; makes a number of roggest?oniy som? of them vci v valuable ; and then proceeds to discuss at length the vital subject? that be? long t?> nor future-economy and financial n form. This pari of his menage touches the politic-? of the I'i.ion; and it is the must prac? tical and useful part of the whole paper. The chapters relatingto merely local aflhin may Ih liiii'y summarised. Al th ? close <>t the bul fiscal year, Sept. 30,the debtol the state, de* ducting available ass, t? ot the sinking lund, wi - $14,707,301,?less by nearly two and three quar* ter millions than lu 187*1? The application ol ? ' nn? appropriated from fives dow in course ol ( ?Uection would still further reduci the debt by ?bout $4,600,000. The ap? propriations of 1876 wen reduced two ?md a half millions I?? low the taxes of 1874, and then is a aurplns ol over a million (caused by an Increase In the valua? tion alter tia rate of taxation bad been fixed) applicable to the expenditures o! th? coming rear? Foi 1876 the Governor believn thai the taxe? can be reduc. d to on*>haff the taxi - of 1874,?or $7.863,741 thi-. year ?gainst B13,727,489 taro yean ago and 914?90?8,4}_0 last year. The mean!? bj which this enormous saving can lu- effected an pointed oui in the mesanges ?'i"l ? cnnfnl inanirj ia recommended Into the management of the prisons, the ?-alt works, quarantine, and other notorious sources I of expense. Even winn we have reducid the taxes loi Stab purpose? from $16,000,006 to $8,000,000, Mthxee of the eight millions " remaining an or ought t<> be for exceptional "expenditures,11 namely, the bul Installment of the bountj debt, defldenciee in the canal sinking fund, te., which will not be rewuired after this year; io thal in 1^77 ?re ?ball bave a iwoerve fund Cot improving the main trank of the canals and finishing public buildings, 1 i.c e.\p- mili .m i o.i the canals baal year wen it( aily as gri at as evi r, the reductions ? ffectetl at the lasl se-s!on not Koiii??' into effecl anti] the ;;<?th ol September. The receipts from toil? have been nearty a million les.? than in 1 ST 1. lo nenie the pioper administration ol the canal? in future, the Governor recommenda a thorough inveatigatioa ol tii. ii Bnnndal con? dition, a radical leform in the ?jatea ot man? agementi and strict economy in remain and improvements. As for tile pa?t, he pi oin i Ml th.it ti vi i ?uni iiiiniii.il ?utioiis ?gainst th? Kin/,' shall t?e prcast-d ; but be winns us that the proceeding! in the omits are likely to be complicate? and dillieiilt. Wt- pasa ever hk ?ta-Uag and sen?ible n - Buurki on tin policy of buildingpalaeei foi Um Insane and criminals! his allusions to th? Kalional Guard ; hie ^~*if*ig anil wholly un ?..I ?li closun respecting the Gray Nu :.:- i? i ...iiiiicul.ti u n- io savings I' ?ii. aiid luoiuiiu1-' couipA-iva, und wu cou? to th? portion of his a?*ttauiaa. winch will lu? nin?t widely road and most earnestly ilis<:usr-?od. He mXTfmjt first the prevalent depression in bii?i uc-ss, and ho fladfl its cnu.so not only in ore, r i-pcculation and ovcr-trinlin;*, but primarily in tho waste of national capital hy excewsive gov? ernmental consumption, l'uni),.' the war the miflfllll wealth of tin- country was " nnpuiri ?1 " to the cxt? nt uf prob.il.ly two 1 lioii-and million*, "nf dol?ais by n povi rimu ut.il eoii?ii!iiptiuii '*ftfff-fliag tho whole mt income of the " people, to boj nothing <>f the iloatiuttloo of " j?njit-rtj", iiiil:i?tiic->, Bad productive capaci "tics incident to military operations.'' Tho iii?t duty of peace was to r? ])l;icc the WUOtad capital. The first nu ?in?? to thal end wa? a prompt reduction of the triivi-niiiicnt.il cx P? minnie. Bat lure, eh vi n vc.us after the war, tin- taxes are four times what tiny were in 1800. Theo taxation, federal and local, .v.?, ifl FM) pet held; now it is |18 hi. The fort rinneiit i?on?utiiis iv, i\ tcir a larger lim- of tia- ni ni' ui. ii cumin,.'? than the whole peuple arc ohio to ei.ivu in pin-pi inn? yean foi nil new t-TootoMBtai and to "line than l.tiiupcan binden?,'' we bin Conjoined "mi IgOOrOOM and im 'limpet' my in "dealing with them windi is peculiarly out "own."' Tho pccitiiiaiy sacrifices of tin- peo? ple ne not measured by the reeeipti into the treisuiy, but tiny tire ciinriiiou-ly Bgtrnrated bj llll?killtlll li), thuda nf cnlli-i-linn. H\ii??iu t ix it inn morteorei tends to create "agorera*? " ment d das?." which tot ti rI jol)? ?nul ci>nii[, Uui', h.is ?tiri ?lily bei nine a gKOl powei in the elections, and thi Bteas ni with ?till mnie se* : lot I 01 ''-. Hu, nillir print cune of nur cuiiriicrciul tnisfortanes is to be Errand ia the impoverish lui nt of the Smith. Tbat is a retrinn fire times as large as the Britiah Isles. It prodocra fmii -ti ntha nf ?mr exported commodities (sp< ? le exceptad), and the must Important ran autte rials of Otu dum. ?ti.' ni iinif.K tuic . It i?iiiif ; best iniiltit. und the BOUtCC of ?ill imilun?' ' part of our i l'unie L.i.il Irannortionsi V? t thal , , region Ins been completely paialjasd by Ignorant und corrupt goreraraenl Bud ' cnoiiiiniis tax, lion. The binden of the j taxes Im? in some rases confiscated the entire \ Lnoome of pro* i rty ; nod long uti. r the syat? m ; of administration became aMmi-p-d bj ali in? telligent and virtuous people it t m " main? " t.lim d by the tnroi and patria ige of the ; " l-'cdi i.ti Gorernment, by the niora] coeretoi) "of it-- prestige, by the stander ? me*aace and ''occasional exercise of us rniUtarj power." Tin* i- 11 .'in? i speech than wi are accustomed i to III ?li HI the HI? ?ii *r?- "I h 1i,i\i|inl uf Nill j fork; but it n the exocl troth, md it i.? i.i!y told. Pioollj the ? Ion : dot comes to the consider uti,m ni the false remedies arbicb bare been prop .! ;. i nar national misfortunes, rtnd he Bttacka the Inflation theory with a t,-.?.?) and i'!.-.'iiii". thal -?vi 11 extort theadmirnfion I 1 i \. n of his p ?Util ,:1 01 pom nt?. Ile showa how in in are thi i mcie ol those a bo Is Here that an Isaac ni more papei money wonld five even u temporary stimulus to trade, ?u thal andei the presenl re?runtatauccs it could reanll in am thiii),' except general ?li - - ? tier. Kordoea bo believe thal the sobei sense nf the oommonity ib ir?? it. " i in- temper erhreh ..-??-.- *-?rcdom "ui.it. ?nu n,* the people n eolta al tin mc ?.ii "quackery, ?t i? no longei ni ceptlble to ti it? I ''tering illasions which bare exploded amid I "the v. ',,.:.? uf individua] fortujiea and prit ita Mprosperity. It is cxi isirelj Incredulous. It ''demands soand measures, Bach rut commend " themselves to the Judgment of the heal io* " h i u ?iiiii the best experience." And tl?, first ni these Bonnd ineasnrea is resumption? These are topics in which the State of New Vnik hi*, a greah i Interest than boj other part of the ('iiion. They loach bet welfare roora nearly than sa] question "t local ad? ministrate m -mule ik .nly than .anal linud?. oi municipal problems, and it m is pi pe? thal the Oovcrnoi ihould ? I w ? li boob them sa be bas dune ti.t'i all possible linn >i ii?- -s. In the took of brioging the munit, bach to sonnd principles ol governmenl nod fin ance, n should lu the privilege ol New-York to 1> td the way. Win tin r Gor. Tilden'? party i-? disposed to march io the path bi indicotea, m the beal hopes of the nation lie with ? rrsfonned Re? publicanism, it is perhaps too soon yet tu de? cide. Bal the Oovernoi teems to hare struck the key-note. _ A ?IL,a TONED " BANQUET." Tin v bad -i i.?l'u! remarkable d?monstra? tion the utlu i night ;>t Bt, l'uni, Minn. The aewspspers ol thal cttj Bia quite Uroly m?h accounts of it. It was of B Bocial, -ind from -nuil- ?illti-iniiw in the speeches, we ahonld judge u i < ? 11 ? i -. i. 11 character, and waa uccom I? iiii? I ly a "banquet," the bill of fare for which i printed in full in thi tocal press and described oa i "volominooa nunn." aa indeed if wa?, COVeriog a wide range Of vict? ual??, ti?,in the " Dorneatie Geoee*1 toi "Tomato i'..i?up," and niblin*,' among other temptations in a nixed tongue, "Fillets oi ' " Bee! Sauli' aux ( hiinipi-rnnns'' and "Sahul : ( " ih l'oiiiinc de Tern-." Tin occasion itself is d> ?i "died in the beni lines of the le-mit?. as "A Union of Hearts and Clasping of Elanda "between st. paul and Minneapolis. One in "Interest, Ona la Hope, one m Destiny;'1 further, aa so "Oration tendered to Gor, , " l'ill-iuii-,," at which "The Repreeentntire " Mi ti nf the Twin Cities cubangogreetings i*1 and tlicie i? "Cordbtl Bcciprocitj of Peeling . ?? lu it?., i, ii,, I-'..tinders of (lie l'u t nat- (in-.it " Metropolis ;" and a? ?i " Siiiiipliiuii.-? I?.niqint , "at th<- Metropolitan Hotel.*1 Phasing fruin! the stately mu? -inn. \t hat twpieal head , ; lines to the calmer ami BBora piOBOhl ! Bow of the ti \t, we gather thal this was an "ovation11 tendered by the Chambei ol Com? merce of si. Paul to Gor. PUbbaa-y and the Board of Trade of Mianeapolii in token of 1.1 urn-ill itum and friendship, tleie barina been heretofore ? iori of rivoli? between the two ena?. An boar baring been apenl " m "going thioogh the voluminous Brassa.*1 the remainder nf the evening wa? deroted to what ia called "Mental U-I.i\ ,??,>n." This eooaisted of twenty regidor toasts ?nul os Bsaaj re? Boom-..?, followed bj agr?ai naaibei of roi? i anteer s.-nti; i< uti ind apeeelrOB. Glancing over the lepoti ol these Bpeeehes nu cannot help being r?tiinh with ?i pre? vailing ti.ni? in faror of nth.id integrity, There were Qorernors and ex*^overnors, Den*? atora, Cimgresamcn, members ?i the Legisla? ture, Mimi?, Aldermen. Conncflmen, ami (ni. William S. King, who WOO lat? ly looked foi at the expOnOBOi the (?iiiei.ll ( rOTOI liinciif. He alo is a ineiubci of CongreOS? Mr. S. ('. i;.i!c, in reap ondiog to the toual to the If lanko* ?ipolii Hn.itd of Tunic, said: "1 no "!!,.' thill wold of ill-niiitii, ' ntlii-uils,' in t lit? '? ?u nunn nt you have .ju?t lend ; mid 1 am a haul ' " the frit ml** hen- will think I am some Mirt of "public officer known to the law, und there " lore um Hiibjcct to the ohaiga Of haviog " Htoh n B?HM t Ililli*. I bel it in ci ?-al v lu -a\ "to th. ?u ona pr?sent dun I did i nee -< i\< .lu.-i man lui um- tear (th?nttgfa I .hui'l ? ' nuil*, tv do so any more), but the comuiitUies " were mostlj mini up bii'oii. I took my nal "?and lin ret?le I Stole nothing wluiicvi." Geo. sibley, roanondlng to the toual to the ?x? Got einer?, rejoiced M that bo tuan called to till ?'the high po_rtioa "f Chief Magtetnte of the " st.ite bai traib d bli official robi i In the dust ' " bv prostituting the authority coal cued on ] " him to purposes of privat?: cain,'' anil | added that MB?m* ?>t our raster Btatei wtn i "not m fortunate in thdt ?elections.'1 Mr. 0. C. Merriman raid: "Unfortunately, I aman ?* olio e-hoiili r?I am the Mayo? el Minneap* M olia| but I m v? r itole any I hin?. It is a md "thought thal when ? man acknowledges "that be wa- Mayor of Minneapolis h? must ' " aciiii.ii'.mV the Maternent with tin- I - ?in "that be ilnl not -ti al." Ex-Gov. and Senal ?r Alex. Ramsey mid: "The ex-Governon of I " Mhneaota an* certainly a ?redil tn the Btate. i " The bv? Iii ?i men in thii aaaembly are th? "ex-Governon* they will put all the real of "you uml) i the table ii you d" imt look out." Mayo? Maxfield ot st. Paul mid: "Mayon "aeemed to be looked upon m tWevee, and "any man who would serve a-> Mayoi of st. "I'aul lui th?- salary be received must necea-* "sarflj be ?i thief.*- This waa all in i spirit of pi.iv t ulm -?, ot t oin se. And vi i then ?ne people bo unreasonable ai to maintain thal thi--ort of 1 badinage, this nwUng bee with radi epithet? 'an "thief," and thi- familiar discoui M about ,-t. ?ling, .is though it aras a good thing to joke al out, dots not betoken a proper sensitive* m?- up'ii questions of public an 1 private lu nor, nor indicate a healthy moral tom. Ore of the regular toasts was : /??(i i'iir ; iii ,i, tn Coeufrott In uti'-r Iii it the |TI ii i .? 'i. ii i? in! nu* i ? t: ti na; i -i i ? ! ? ' ?ek the waters af Iii Mi--?-i;-l it Ml- - I' ia '";/ ffOBt, Iii?* .?;; Dpi latl 'Ii Ii'U-t l-l' '''(??I Imj. lu ttii*? Col. Vi'in. 8? King, member of Con ?.'n--, In?* Postmaster ?>t ihe House ot Bepre* -i n'ativi-, and not long ago temporary resi? dent ot ('.?lui:) while ihe Bcrgeant-at-Arms of tho HottM wai engaged leanbing foi bim, responded. He i- nported a- follow-: li, ,-aii Hitit ir ikara vas s Btnasua?!?asleaarr er , i.itiiii.iii itisi. Baal, ka Braal? mumu ml ki ii.m tin asatnaeal nf thal least. Kotaithetandlng tke waa! al f Mia tpolli mi'! St, l'itiii, aetktn ? Ban iniie i ae to refuse aa spproprktllea Wa kee ia I l'uni m i M.inn ..|" ii -. uni Hirn luii'iit ti.i- Btate, io in ?i a ten ii n.- i .nu to Oonjp-i t%tQBel ?m i - ii ? i lu with ter i ' tra ira. Obt ifrJialtBra, san I ! atoae( sarrlrerj,art greatly nain? lo tin- gen ipproprt itloni from Cob;;'???, .mi t" iii i Bbrl i b1 out l'i'ii?i'.M?i"i)il i' I'i*.ilion?. Of tlii- speech, and of the sentiment to which it iras i.i response, much might be said, li -.im- bardi] nee* sry, though. All th'-i proceedingi carry theil own comment. Hut suppose any person to read the account of them who believes thal ? man's Integrity and honor should no mon be madi a jeal of than a woman's virtue; or supi.omi stranger studying our institutions should reid the lion. Mr. Kin;:'- toast and speech and be Und thal this ?a? ?in ni the i? rular programme of an entertainment in bonui of the Governor ol a great State, and thal tlie festivities tren par? ticipated m .uni apparently enjoyed by the repn -? ntativi tuen of the 81 ite, wlio bad li?*!?l ii? highest oti'.ei - - what would be Iii- Impres? sion concerning the t- ne and character of our public liin, and tin influence ot our institu? tional \ii' uni i no iii ii ii i ami oulj ?ah the question._ RI *-/ ONSIBILTI Y ui nu: INSA VE The nia nt nundi r in a boto] of thi- city, with the subsequent Intimation thal the nmr* (hni nae no1 of right mind, has only strength? ened our conviction "t thi neeeasit) a-will a? iu-tin ii revising oui methods of dealing with "insane*1 violence, rho rerdid "t "No1 "Guilt) by reason ??f Insanity*1 has been so off? a ti |n iii d th ii it i? now i n??iihiitly antici ?ii'iiI and j' tliiglj received. Where so inui'h is lett io the discretion ol juries, the rule of law is necessarily loose and elastic; and when? ever tia n- is for (uv reason ? disposition to ?eqult, ih? theory of lunacy i- the most eon* Munni possible. In most caaes of homicide seeming ki lack a decided malice propenso ih.tt ia, m all ?a i-s coming \\ ii inn the del n it ion of manslaughter ? then is usually nu exhibition of sudden rage armlogous to the Involuntarj passion of the lunatic- or wi snj naturally, "He could no1 have been In his " m OSes win Ii In ?lui tin? I ?ill!.,' vvhii h was both "?tricked and fooUah.*1 I in answer t?> this i that m? greal cri?tes an committed bj any one in a condition of pt rfcel Intellectual net! tinlc. No doubl one ?rho in i u,u.-i ?>t frenxy commit? murder is, pro hue rice, crasy* bul t' ? law hold- him reaponaiblti for thal neglecl t control his paaaion in the past which has tinallv made it bia master. All criminal law is based ui" m i lu- i [ghi of society to requin self discipline "i its members. It "i< ?opposes thal al some time In Ins life al least the wrong* doer has Ihiii a linn I iilii ni, and thal it i- Iii? own iiuli if be has fallen into an unconscion? able condition. The frequency of the plea of insanity In i umina! um!, i uni ol in n ititi "! au over? broad und mi?( Im vow ilv loose generalisation. 'lhere is no m.in who m.iv no! tall min mental error, fur the strongest minded is sometimi ? mistaken, and even incapable of nCOgl?Z-lg the mistase winn n i- pointed out, Now, one who is in tin cullin innl habit, through bia own neglect, of becoming ezeeeding angry, and of assaulting thi ohjeel of his anger, maj know thal in doing so he la doing ?rrong; and yet he may not please to held bli nundi um- hand, and hi- in.iv plea ? te run tin- risk ??f the acafltoM rattrer than t?e balked of his revenge. Apparently Irrational, within his own limits he reasons perfectly, however rapidly He weighs his own Ufi against the greal revenge foi which he has nob a stomach. Ho makes up his mind and he strike?. I ?own upon the docks tivo carmen maj be eagaged in an altercation such a-mo-! ot mu eily re.niels h,m listened lo mole than once. After a brisk Interchange ol personal .ii.n?? one of them leaps from his vehicle and, with come extemporised weapon, fractures the skull ni lu- ?nil u.i-t. Is ihe muni, ni iuh!, , nieh circumstances sanel Philosophically, no j lc;-:d!v, ryes. He knows well enough thal be may in hung al the Tombs for ?di ,| i,, ?? do in?:; In- has often threatened t" Lill, "though I ?? be should be stretch* ?1 foi ii," bul in hil wayi "I lit? In baa sol bet n In ii i habit ol computing eonsequi no?*., or ?>t not d'.hil* what he ?rished to do for feai ol penalties- and ti. tliin all, be bai teen a Knit aianj mur? din i- eseape. It he is angry enough, he anea on wiih his min ?iii m, i i? bungi ii be is not angrj enough, he eommits a simple assault? and get? sixty dayi on the Uland) bul t?? say thai he is not t?? lu- hung m?! Imprisoned be liiiisi- he has an [Unregulated mimi, ii ?-imply to repeal tim who!? ?riminal code. Another greal mi-take under which jurtei constantly (beide \% to take it for granted thal no insane person has ana con!lol over hi- own acta i whereas the whole system of modern ? medical practice In such easea i- founded upon I a vies precisely opit-oaite, Then is no well lated lui me it j lum, the Inmates of a bli h an- not -?ipili?, ,1 i,, in iimiei a ti. gree ol moral | reepousib-it/, aud capable iu a mctwuie ui I seif-conti ii. A troubb some lunatic is told that milis? bo keeps quiet h? eihall have no dinner, or b? put into a Jacket? or forbidden to attend the next dance or concert, and Imniediately be begini I > restrain bil Umbi or hil voice. Bach u method i- u-? ? I -ure ,. ?lilli with those who are -o decidedly nwd ni t" be locked op; bul it tiny were utily partially deranged, willi mind enough lett to be at large, would ni I the same rub' hold? We will Suppose, for ins!.mci, a mau of homicidal propensities whii h have tims far exhibited tbemselvc? in B0 OVeti ?nts. It must be adi. ititi d til it M !" these he is not precisely sane i bul memory and judgment and mosl "f the ''lie. focultieam y sufficiently remain, and be i; .till quite in i i oiiditi'iit to !?? deterred from committing teloniou' violence by a dread <>f the eonae* queme?. If he kimws or SOSpectS that after the mortal deed Iii-* mental obliquity may be pleaded in it? defense, be will go ob ; bul If be i? sure that la* will be lu:!.,' tor killin:-', al least be i- I?? likely t.? i:?? on. W? have need for illustration tin- extreme penalt* ; bul iup poae this tiiaii-niinili-?l person only knows thal foi homicide be will ceri inlj be locked up for life, i.i i';:: ;" ""' very comfortable. I- it te be supposed that lin? knowledge will have no i ati lining Influ? ence over lum.* And if not, i- li no1 dearly thi duty of the uduiiiiis?atni? ol' ju?!;ee, when i prisoner is found not guilty by reason of Inaanfty, boob a lud invi-ti'..!iion of the na? ture of the ahemtion* to past .-nth o?d. i i will imply that the prisoner wa? either suffi i lently guilty tob? puniabi dal h aal by Imprison nieiit, ?u ?hie will secure societj by a perpetual custody of hi- personl This i- Um way to ?ha! with the Btischievoui and absurd theory of Temporary Insanity, which ha? become the opprobrium of our tribunal?, Nobody who .-??t? np that be wa? s?? ei und should ever be trusted al large again] ami when Temporary Insanity mean-' bnpriaonment for f.if' w< an vii} -me that caaei of that malady ?__ be? come h m frequent, APPRENTICESHIP. We referred the other day to aa account by an eminent physician of the manner In which doctors an* manul.u timd by the iJiv:?Li?*:il col lego? ut the rate of thounndl i?r annum, turned out to prey upon society, frith neither knowledge, experiences nor even honest pur* pose. We might have enlargi ii the statement^ to include young men and women who have not even ken i"*:;,uiaciure?] by any auch training mill for any un ful purj ose whatevi r, bul who rush loto tin- professions, the arts, the trades, resolved t<? win no1 only o I out ot them, but distinction, success, and pub? lic respei t. New-York and Phil idi Ipbl i sw irm With balf-grOWB boys from the country and inland towna, each of whom meana to di? ai in ha niau ?is AstOT or l.ir.iiil, and whose ?li ?kill or knowledge appean to be in aptitude in copying the drees and manner of thi Bowery ??gent,'' while the Bar lnac and elsewhen is crowded with young men shuffled through examination by tho grace of an influeutiul friend, and who mean to as? their profi ?ion t?> puah th. m .is wan! politicians. The ente to success and ni ne* making which is the most popular and attacked with the most nnginne ambition? however, ia that i?t lu? riitiire. T_e editor of a magasina or newapapei must have nerves of steel if he in? not wearied out with the Importunity of "college graduate? of fin? literarj taste,'1 who feel tbemselvc? competent to 111 any position in his office nt a moment's warning, from thal ol proof-reader t?> his own. Back of these come s pressing crowd of women, widows who mu?! feed their children or tee them starve, young giri?, wives with Invalid <>i drunken husbands, downright adventurers, none 't wit otu can earn ninney by teaching, sewing, ni any other head or li.m?! craft, and there? fore take to the pen as "the one business " which requires no training." Nothing can i??- mole pitiable than the sppeale of these people, nothing bmmb sanguine tbaatbeir hopes. 1 h? ir need la desperate? their talent, they have been aasured by friends, is Indis? putable. Nobodj u.n "una ted w.'.'i the pub? lishing business in some way can know bow deplorably lane this class li in the cities, They write, write, flood the tibbs of editon with poems, tales, essavs, which come bick to tin m or disappear In the waste-paper basket. We havi known a young woman com? to one of the seaboard cities from a village in a Southern Stale, and for thru vcirs stTUggll against buiii.'!-!, need of every ?ort, writing steadily, without one gleam of success, Buch pluck and endurance would have told in any other pursuit i but the woman was Ignoranl nt grammar, English literature, everything in fact but belief in ln-r own "pii-iii." Nm i the ease an extreme one. In art the ?m-i Is almosl .h bad. Pictures, studlea la 'ii and crayon, an offered in the market bj nun and w,mien who apparently <l" not know thi first relea of art. Jost sa one "career*1 after an ot'ei ia opened by which money ena be made, there will follow ?hu ?..uno crowd of needy aspirant? who menu to oonquer success with? out knowledge, -?kill, or any kind of training. I'hey have their t-ade of the -tory too. Tin y ?ne hungry and ill-clothed; they have a-much natural ability as men who -it mugly Inside the gates at which they knock ; and it may lu? lls much information. What then is lackingf Apprenticeship and hard work. The fiable <?t tin- winged bone who Baw i<? thi? dissy bights of faun* was long ago exploded; oobody be? lieve? in it but schoolboy?. The bone who wins tho rail-, whatever bia strain of blood, ha- boen Ion;,' iiml carefuUy trained ?un? hu ? worked hard m everj muscle. No lad, what- | ever his ability, can mine to NYw-Ymk and I earn distinction m money without work, and thal laid, Meady work In the line he chooses, N.. l.ni ii -u.h a fool a- io undertake to build ,i hou-e who had never handled trowtl m hammer, ami a woman knows that mc must learn t?? boil and hak?- before she can prcpam ihe Simplest dinner. Art, liteiat,uc. inu-if, j.nil? li, ib-in, arc m?t mole c.i-ily compiiicd than ? ,n -?tut? i > m' cooker} ? I,,. ?i -i i.it n-? -, we know, an platitudes to every Into lb enl reader, lint for lad; ol knowing jual ?vkeee platitude? thonasadi ol n, ?i and women an wasting their live i ami ?mall .lean- i" utttily hopeless effort Tiny an-vvei that tiny h.tve no time foi 'prentice* ahips. The) mu?! hive money or starve. Alter a ; ? ai or two of disappointment they i I-i, h eagerly at the low.-tot bastard neceas, painl daub? for auction?, write onsavory ill paid mattet i"i flash publications. Eaay a- is the descent illtO that lull, t.? collie out of it is impossible. 'l'hiie is but one remedy for thi- mi-.?rable condition of aflaira. Let boys ami girls? especiaUy girls? u-, thoroughlj tanjil one mean? of earning tlitii bread while tiny an Bl home. When tiny aie tinned out on ihe world is no tiim- to begin io leam t<? handle Unit tonis. Nn matter what thin social rank or expectations, give tin m this one weapon win;*?? uno ihc/ ib-jiouglily luidvraUuil willi j which to keep the wolf from the door. Malte | them teacher?, artists, BesaOOttOOOBa, nmsicLia?, ? painters on china, type?ctters, en^tver-v-' i what yea ehOOOO. Hut make them real ?killi-.] workeis, and not sham ?in tender:,, hopeful, unable, ?md good tor nothing. PEESON !/:. The next edith* of Mr. Teranyraoa/a ??,?.,., I la tn be annotated ?with eaylaaaUaaa ?f ?it t.e 0t.?. um pu lagee. ?"??-. ?an The Cnitoruns are flieeOSSSOfc prenrdin-?* u, | ma .-,. rat afiela atan lie?raa, what they wtM la with Neo, (??n i,ii t,,, ?a i.y Mr. w u u uf Woburn, for tke proa i of their form of Chrlattanlfy, Dr. Betlowa ?n- . .- ? inn id nf I'mi.'i.-i u, literature, Hie ptitflni" the 1 nona permanent tooti na", or founding? fulli.ro. f. -?- iraklp i?f ?, eli -,. " ii --. . ii .. ,?,? i trina kia life by lir. Ii..',-., and a incceaai ruteara. t'lii" I-, he put III Hamlin". Mrs. I.imolii is liviii-r with her hrotlior-in law*! f..en'., al -i rnurJeld, IH , aad eanUaaaa la la ;*r ,. In health, un Chrlatmaa <i?iy ?i? preeeatad Um Be i ? v. Duk -i? ?kiln n , -., tun', waa praaaaia i'r, ?i.?.. m 1.Hie,du lu Ur Kuli:.?ni ni k,itie ?i J ash. anil ia ornamented wilka -.- , i ? ii ?? , ;,', ?? .ii": " l III f. i .ni I! ; al I ? ?n. . rid.I \.j in. J. ii j . . i ' iiiii.iv, K. M icliy." A orre p,a,h-.t Bends the (.?Mowin-* : ?ni---.-],..-: W'i.eii i , - . -, i.an -ir waa i - I , . . '? :.,- . , . , tia i in um : Ile Mil ,,f Ililli. Ml. i.i.,, i. .ii,.I |., ?mu, ii,I,, .i .u, ,.| huieI, "Ok,pain?wI doa'l Bother m ? aa, I wrote ta. book." t'lii. k a? Heii.ri' ' ? ? -,., ?au: u-ti i know, riiat'a wkot i.. .??. it -. hard lo -? ?' " Two Anti.- expeditions are in.uni- .* ;i|. rcadj forthle \> rar. The BriUah SdnUraltj kavi ? nir.iii?;ciiic;.?? \titli Mr Allen Terang n, cotnmai with toa entrance ,.i - I adaextSaaaa bopeoO obtaining ?nine Infonnatlon ..it , rahSn of the ab , . \ ,. ,ciii.e.l 'J', nuil run!.1, ? towird the (' -I ot '..,". | ? Nnnl'u-Ainld iib nu...li.i Ino to Hie eui rein? , '? Hu puruoae nr ?i?. ertjtiuini*" Hie. i.., ilin-et rama cation between Bebr-itu/a Hit and the .??-aii u.-rn. ? ? A eoiTeepondent frotn Carlisle, I*. *-?)., - Mfotlawai ** Ka Oyeaker Blaine hat ? Ni-w-Yr.ir'? ?. ,ii-.,u wltli lil- n'.itli, Vkltti wlil'-h hi-f nilli) v. a-lit rifi? ?! fr-in it - ItWyeonraaa, Ths fawn nat ? -iki-'..-. by Beetes aa I - totea i.i-ii | ? Mr. Bl liai '? Bjn li -:, ,i' .... : earUeat. Th,- IteaseiaeUII itaa linnrln Inwklck hi? ?-i.-.n-ei ,n,n,,ii,, |tyoii,?inl io ?'?.ui iiiitiiei and hit father Wt-r. dorn <,:. - . v--... ik< i .'.-n ? deal Ififvtce la ti. old at. Hil? '^?.rcli, ?mi ? ,,,,.,. ,j ,,.?,,.,-, ,.k,,,, ?i ? ,. .. re amonai the ohlel routi ?iiufori Hi ipanli d by bia i . n fn ni ^ . na u,ni r- i-.,--??ii? (.i,- -, t; d -i.. ? .,-..! In ih.- t \ byterlan i hnreh. I . -? ? c,,i. Epbi liiu Bli ne, waa a ? i .'.nu. ?liol for the bul three venia of tue tti ? j Wah Collin.l.--:ii') -lu li.-1-..1 of Hi? Al int." Bpealr.ec Ken's health boa beei tb mhjeel ' liol I . tilly, ,ti,,I I,, , f din ? -.--? ii " at in tnu n .-!..::..;? d jj Tke Imdianepolit Jommai li of intereet: ?? '. ". h ! - ? vi.-.-, rai d. ii -,;..; - , for icveul years past gaol i menee rii.iitiil l'iiier ?md phyah ii ah Hi? Hpeiikei -if Um Henee bellevee Hi I al Balma] '?? , preaide; but all r, p irta tV.r lie I.? i uIon are utiti . . - ? , ft i, !. '. i.i lounging aboui w M1 .,?!' II ? ? ? dei t Mr. k ? ? the <!l.a. li .rr- nf n.. dm r . \ virtln," r.i bnab mt Id* i He I !? ih It) lui.ed I lie fOODI COI Ion the hull of ih Houm ii la :,,,,. rotun i?. raptad lu ? i| .te. na ti proximity of the roora loth bullo! i ?t -, ni.I- ru,- s?.i m?, i ? au Uea to t.m chair while h- retin ? roi lil' Al NOTES St delny BrilrtOW's J'le-iil.-iili 1 - ' riiiuc.? Ir* otommj and rapid riae. l_e ...tun- caon.it ?,. - ..\ ot nay of lila ojii.oliciitii ( iHiginaaiiiBii Lainir i? said to feel Bore of bia eleetloa la the Senate hy Bevon totee. Die lal pom nt la '?? n. ,t _ l..-,'ti.'-. . There la peihos sa well bo "cb ' " pin i.-iiidi frn'.i fan 'luir:, fal r-Oetan " Berat lah Bttniudlj pi ie> ,i any ? ??-:??. iTe-i'l.au (iiuiit ,-r | enter. Brlaton ;?, ti 0 I I . 1' ?? Vi b ?kj Bli -I : l?l t i ... ??abort to ti. ii ead to Um i rti di ??- i (hutch t.ivi'inn i? imt popularin Pittsborgh, tri leiiti.t. for Tht i i tot '??, i aa Banni i of I M li Ukt Be] ?u en] othi i b m, 11 ? .-? - ? enter? platt ?nu i ,' taxing ? !.. i ? ..ii i h rebea o I ol ? . und kaatkenltlna our pablle -- a .1 ka b I - n.r. the Ali me vii ? yt," The .?millen bj pcorance of i i r.nt piece iii.iiiu'otiey ni Um . kio I Inmbni - . lei onunent i u Um bvBai nnl ot* the Ohio Deni -1 ?... a- tht < ?.i annfl ? j.\ ?, ( .-? ? ?it ol the i. i.i. ? di -.-i the i- nita ni . ? temi ttolnt'i Ol Hie I - , ki and ?he r, ./,u,.?/'." Tie re will b< little dissent fn ra I Hun or rai Pkiledelpeie Tmmti "M i eoaunlttee of eoarae nadWatand thal th oi? nlng "!:lt Staat be itopped, thoarrk It ki |ui ?.ive .it Um -p i"t kia >. I :,.,.. . . tin-1 on?,,,t,iitlon ni .-on ulataaand thi : Booth -Vin. ii. ni mlaslo ia. But a i we Uko cunnii.- down the talui etol the II iirgt and aceond elaiiei If It ta i u,. ? oil lona, i '.. . n.i. it to lx? 1 ii I ntl i . barill} lit?- ou m? ?ai.nv unkt." Mr. Henry C. Catey gires this -hi?. nf Been -tai ? ? i - - I I re -ui report : " Mi u of all I i mee* bavi had -n.t e Ont idoptloo of the M .Hon of the ??? ? j.'.... ?, and of Hi" farmer, I Bh u ?. mt I" Hie ii' the one entitled to Uki Bitd ihe u,n-t eeetala topi x ? ?'? Mi flanela.and sa ?t raaltywaa Bad rhU i Una, .lui'ii'.t-cniiii.'!!' na- ,,?!, ? of Um ? id,-, and for the |H'..ii'.i'.' had henee the woadm thal wna manifeated thron boni UM ? ir. * ? I., nil.Ml. II .e, ,,. Ui | Mil - I III.lill e-t". ni ' ?- '... .1.1 (..,' - ' bl ?he' (ii.die? li I'l.'I, BU It i, m ,- rit, extra intiuary an i bom ........ n, u i? dow ?.. etoarlj ninnltV -''?" Th* Western Deaanctata ire talMagkmdly pam shoal aoataathtg toa Bast Matleaal Uoaveatioa lilli? Ihr (ineintiati Am/uirrr ?.i> ? : " IBS Vant vi ,i ilatm m ! .'< ' the boxI Preoldi m- aad ka nii. ka -i Daata ,i u. nur ii?,- Siaaaaaaa of aha ttttete, aha iwafoata nt,i..ii | Um w'i'.ieru v,.:d.i..??i?. ara ? aaaajaaala. i* opie. They an b lUlao '" t ?? ? ?'? - Knot It i-? "i I uiinki Ik Ili.it UM \i> "-IT, -: !. I I J it nundi ka the Baal U Iheyeaa aa*eea apon a. pba-reare! ila thi I i-i ?. bo bi -? M.i--i.ciiii?. u? i tu taratara arveeal aaaaaa ..t I M ? i . ,ti- loud of kolaTu?g , " aa rhnri i- Um U ? Billard, li,- i? u,i . u otilte-tc. Vii-i, inn i Mon.ii lill illino?! any pul lie phtCS ? l? '1:1 ?*f4j . Hi i.,, i hn.ud not ha of. itnnk.d. Then thora are < (?.mimi and-itiiiu ??uni'v Ad.ini?. The latter waa eel nine a \t IdlnI to Be i .m ti it' t. m 1 li. eli .1 UM I', in. Stale Uekal l?verai rateeaaai'/e renra,and lerrnad al.ility m Hie M.i?-achuM-H? l.t-t:i?liiture. Berndei .m A4 ?m?', sad .-."'i ii.-k-ie.? aad Haleta ad anani i ? ? p, i ? : m. Thi re are ? ??> i ii .-:; mon ei Hin State alone who nu-'.i worthllj la ai i m..I [.?.n -.- mi the ti, k. t. Who ?u1 pul ..t" oi u.. till 4,n?| Wo .ti?' ili?i?i*-.l to l.e ??i iiii.au?." PL BltC OPINION* Coonina M. Clay <>f Kcntuchv wanto to be the t.. n ,. m..a ,:.,"tc foi \ ,. !',. -i lenl n't u*>U ?. ,i .e-.c.ind Piala IS ne r ii), m In Ohio poUtico, what la called flic Pt lila; toe plajra an uni,..ruin' pui In " '"" ' ;' Inf.. til |il-, liol?, tile I'..)..-'? t.HU"'! """I' '"-' *?''?? Briatoa la Iwitortanae --[f-leaffi Wkaaa un | > li la ?iss.rted that lllaine han had M eve M 111? i'r. ?id. Hit lol fnlli teal-. Um' ?li Ik Uli be a '"t i,ni u laalaoafact tkal ??t ia! hu? had twn ey.?,uni lol a Inajjis praliii al lhaa irwahaifh i'o?i d?ein i The zeal shown by the DetiiiH-nitn iu def? nd Inaoardraadfall] buyanled freeaeiMndeIseqaal M ti,.i of th.- moat devout BepnbBenaa They ?it doa*a on I ?? Pope a bia toe with a pnoouri of ? Utoaaand pouBda w the ?'linn? lack |( umaaaU(jamaaeiafal Hn.i.i Wv wi?h sinn.lv to Miiv to both oreanlfflltii ' - that the psrtj Tti.it would bwm.'l In ifflo muai i rim te !, man ,,r the fir?r abtat aa n r-tateeetan ?ml ? cltlaori. niiiai? Hio?i? . until? who hut? alraadj co ? ; ?o will It, .uni tice..d?c tthcu tn, ! i ..- ? ' - - , to be made and Ike entire nat lou 'na ron-i-., i Hie queatton and rainde up Ita mimi. It will i? fouBa the \-t-?! inanuiit ?iii l^i.-.- wltb tkoaa wko bavaauaaaV dvviUed.-ta. ?- ?vouiu?; l'oal ilud. Kcp-i