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a- in? . - ?it iMa and Caries de Visite?, a-1 s?lat ahe?t t.j
i ? - . , do now in m} o)iini?ia uni.-?.irni rratriet the
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anti .?no '?" i", ia,.'y'?i? a-n. ii' bush ressnn
? i Ti?-1 '.".?? ??:: r !.. i ?? public a
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mu mi .- lor all ooca-iona at Mux. ? ?. *. .< I i ii
Vate H ummell's celebrated I ian ob Dbofs.
Thegeaab tar? A ii. n eaeaeh troy tlOGraad-st
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pi \ii-w t ' ;t y 1 ai Bl m , Mail Sube? ritiere, Bil paran.
VVkeki ', li.'!;', m. MailHnbeoribeta,93peraiuiuiu.
Tenu.??, caali in sdvanee,
Adalreaa, TmTaiavira, New-York.
Tarter? i amble to ohtain Tur I RIBHNS t? any of the
traine, keel*, orhotelt in whiek U n natalie mW, ititi ton?
to i meet i>ti tb/oronrnp ihieoBotti die aiisaan?iiatsa
l'p t..wti a ttertl-em ran leave theil faesn f??r '1 na !
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FOUNDED DY HORACE OREELEY.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 187?.
TilL MEWB Ulis MORNING.
Foui-m?..- Tan Governor ol tin? Philippine Manda
wasorah e?ltoreli isa a aeltoonei seised 1...-1 ?>, m
her, lain. Martines Campos mun concentrai
lui,'In-;i:i :y iii'iir l'iiiiipeliuia. : l.onl N.ipi i ..?
Mandala baa ?bean ?appointed Qovernei or Gibraltar
b= l - ? ?? als weratedvaaeiag toward Kbokand.
rr?-. Th.- i oiks wert "dafaatsd la Bstseg nriaa.
l>?)Mi -lit ,-ln ?Ooagreas yeatardaf Mr. Morton
?i".liei.n.ragea ia Mississippi and tbe flootfa in
the Beaate : Iks Treaaaiy aeeonnta reeohition waa
Osaasla (I lt.v Ali. SlitTuiiiii and etheis without ?u tia?.
In ti.e lin! ?, tbs ' i Biennial bill waadiai ossed will
ijuiit, Mr. Oeehmne of Pennejrlvaaia and Mr.
Tutk.r nf Virginia ojUaomjbgg, and Mi. K.-llt-t ?uni
ptli?'r> faverini ; na adMon waa taken, e Hi tin?
Btate I.. L-l-!,nine the BMsqai ?radars bill pis-, .1 ami
a lurKi Bamber ??f New-York city and Brooklyn bills
nasa pia tented. - - : U-.o State Agrienltnral Roi I
etyeitiie.i offleesa .it Albanysnd listened te ad
dr.'.-.-.?'* !t\ Prou.Landreth, J'n.f. Low, l?r. Btarte
taut, mid Mr. QokL c= The Clerk ail tl.e Hnnaa
?Ossaadttee vi Ways ami Means says Ins bay wan
named Ioho \\ i'k-.-. asaleo waahia brotherand nnele,
ifici ?the I'.,',. :: h i ?niinniier, no1 ?Salier John Wilkes
B'Mitli. The Christian Convention In Philadel?
phia I.?M t) i. . iiieetniL't, and waa addressed sack
time iiy Mr? Moody, wke answered a raaaingOreof
duwi ?una after eo?k addreea. Um Weal Point
|T(.ft'H-..ii!? protestedagatnal a entting down eftka
ippsepriatioabill. c=3Tka les ka tlio Hndsenia
brea ki i? k n|>,
Cn y and m nrnnAV.?Tin? Tweed strurk jury
araaeomplel d bj adding two from taleamen fh:i?
aiutie?! by ( i roner ullinger. Henry C ?Bowen
wa? called before the Plyinoutb ('linn li Ez?amining
(.'luiiinitie?- in lefereaes te his rotations with the
L'liiui:i ?and Mr. Beeeher. Edwi rf, B, Btokee
ippttad fur leleasa. A Ceaaasittee of the Bal
?aseeintioii reported ia laver of more ned require
?ii-iitei fan ,(ln??K-;..ii to tin? liar. < len. I'm ter
|iihinitt?'<l to Mayor Wi? kliam p'.ans for a new
Proion ?aqnedact, la ?o.t 910,000,000. = Bail
way roll _' -tock m.ti slkes property b1 Canaraie,
L I., wa iv bnrned, \rnli s loss ..f ?950,000,
(Jo'd, lrj'',. l\'i~H, TtSWp, OoU v.il'ioof ".liek-gal
U'lulor de !.u ?it the eloee, B8*ts ? ssil*
Tint Wbathbb.?The Govei aasen! rejw.rt predi, t
ndaylaUawed hy elearinB waatker. In tin?.
etty yesterday Iks ?lay ?a?? rainy, wann, and ex
Mantel] tofip ; therasoaseta r, ."t? , B8?, ii1.? .
Manrly all Um srorii ?Ion?? ynatordsj al Al?
bany involve?! in one vi,it or iinoilnr tim
inter?'?t.t of Uria til v. In kikIi a BSaaa of lck'i-s
Intion lit fi?iis" length, thrra? la SOnSS that inny
bo baiif?ri.il und ???iiio tliitt nnirtt lie Lurtlul.
All of it in i ii* ?ntdring.
Col. Blggtnaon'a leetnra an Um ariatociacj
of wcitlih liiinilliii the anbjeet in it planannl
Way. 11?- ;it least ?loasa not fall int<? tlia? e:ior
Of iM'lifviiiff that "Americana have ono God,
Mini?n?y." The hMtBBCBa he pives of the
lU'inler r? iiiif.itinii wlinh meit' wi-alth OOnferi
bi this country go far ta? prOTB hi? point.
At last tin- Ktrnck Jury in the $l,000,(i?ni
Tweed Miiii is aoaanlBta, an?l there in a proa*
ptct of speedy ti Lil. To al? ucml on tilling th?
jniy by taleaasea w;im, howevnr?a ii-k.v axper
iiiiint, iiial Um preaacnUun may be ?oongmtn
bit??l on ,i narrow Bacons from a niiiloitune
Blieb titi hot oveiUtkau the $('),H00,000 suit.
Mr. Mootly's j!?.?;t confu?a me lu his own re
Bourcen has li?-? n tiiulv illustrated hy his di
awursa'S to ? IciirMiun and his repli?e tu Um
queutions that followeal. His Hiip^estions will
jfive to otli? i" iiiini>t?Ts some notion of how to
make theil ?ti vice s interesting, though thoi
con ecarca-ly hoi>e to equal the evangelist's
?ucceas.
A now point in criminal law is raisa-d by the
spplicatiou of Edward S. Stokes to lie released
from bing Sing. His claim that the time .-??cut
in the Tombs between hu trials should now
be accounted as part of the period of his sen?
tence, seems late in pr?sentation, nor dots it
clfnily appear why, if tim claim be just, It
w.is not preaaed upon Judge Davis nt the
tint (?t Committ.il.
Mr. Morton has unrolled lii.-i canvas, with
the doings of tim Democrats ol Mississippi
painted tbcraon fat eokci whieh <l<? cr. ?lit t.>
his Imagination. The BMMl vivid MSMg are,
bowen r, sketches gi Iba pani that fong badi to
tim Kii-Klux; Home antedate tbe war. As to
anything recent, the figur?e ere hnsy ami
dimly outlined. Itnt then, m Ik? remarks, "it
'is hardly icaaouable to demand that tbe
Mtbinga to be Inrestignted should be proven
"in iiilv.iii.e." And be ti-ry sagacious!] adds,
" That would mske tbe investigation unneeee
'? nary." _
The ?survey and pinna of the new aqueduct
do not at all ?rente err t* did tboai t f oui
preaenl water work? by underestimating the
future growth of the city. The nest squedud
is ealeulated to make our u iter ?apply two
?mil ii hall timee whnl we hore now, and i??
to .-c?t 910,000,000. I-* ii not w irth-wbile to
inquire in tbeee day? of enforced economy
wh< thcr a -?maller increase of the Croton eonld
lint be (iii .'?lied Bl i? BMW molle! lie COftl I
Considering that many yeara must elapse be?
fore tim city grows to the need ol 250,000,000
gallons of water a day, tbe plans proponed
seem rather more advantageous to oui pos?
tai l'y than to oui m Ivee.
o
Enrope i-i busy discussing Count Indrassy's
scheme foi restoring order In II rzegovina, bal
ti,ere appears to be little confidence in it?enc?
ocas. It is anders! m 1 thal the austrian Pre?
mie! refrained from proposing "guarantees"
for the enforcement of his scheme, because of
lu? inability to do so without proToking the
hostility of Russia. The most effectual "guar
" antee" would l"* the occur ii "ii <>r
the disaffected province bj Vuetrian troop?,
or its part?a! release from Turkish rule. Tbeee
are measure* which, however, Conn! Andrassy
prefers to postpone. His labors sill l><- in?
creased by the signal defeat which the Turks
hive suffered between Trebh\}e and Ragusa,
the a1*.'! no of last year's combats.
The Courts and the Bat seem to be alike of
the .i].illino that tin* proccas of making lawyers
has become too eaav. The Supreme Courl
Justices last Summer proposed n m ?veinent to
? cure front the Legislature a withdrswsl <.i
tlie privilege, now ^.- i \ ? : i toeertain law schools,
whereby their graduates ara admitted to
the Bar without furthet examination. The
Har Associ?t ion I?ivh now proenred a \
report covering the some ground, and ?trenn?
onslj oppoaing what they ? ill "the short cuts '
"to th.* Bar through the golden gat?** of " theae
law schools. There can be no qui ttion thal s
large number of our better btwyers t.ik? -, tin
same view of tin* methods by which their pro?
fession is flooded """-'li half-traim .1 beginners,
Liri; :. 8TATI i TO TBE PRO} ::
Th. re is no -State in tim Union so i i,", oi
unimportant that it may not hare a candidate,
or perhaps two, foi the Presiden ? or Vice*
Presidency. There's no law, written or un -
written, to hinder any State from rhcriahina
tin* hope that tbe highest offices in tim nation
may be filled by her favorite sons Here, foi
instance, is Delaware, with ? candid te foi
the Democratic nomination t"? President in
the person of Senator Bayard, and the party
might go further and fare rcrj ni eli wo .
Ami Delaware is uol a large State; mu <>i th.
hid.illi ?t, in fact. Mir el .t.:,ii votes have
never been reckoned of anj roust qu nee bj
politicians of a statistical turn, who tab
the probable Presidential *. ol ? ai '1 Iii n on
inveigle wagers from the unwary, Being but
linee in number tiny are of no ronseqnenee
to anybody, and so tin* politicians who "baeli
"their opinions " .??l'un them, and the poll
tieians who make Presidents never take the
little State into account winn they an search?
ing 1"!' tim candidate who will " strengt hen
"the ticket." But Ibis is a good yeal !.<;
small Statei ?.> pul themselves forward. Both
parties are quite at sea in the matter of ?*.in
il.it.? and there's no telling what it will ?ml
in. Lightning may strike Delaware <>i ninnis
Island, though we eonf. u thal at t'n- writing ?
w? ?lu um think of any statesman <>i irhoM
account Rhod< Island need pul up a lightning
rod. Jual over the Une, however, in
Connecticut) great hopes are harbored.
There is a - rions impression in that
sinai! but ?i.tive little Commonwealth that
she will furnish some kind <>f a candidate
im something or other in the Presidential
ejection. There is Senator J mi ? l?. 1 ngltsh,
im i;i?? ince, who in thi jml .-m. ni of many
languine friends i? quite liabl to be nom- .
hutted for President or Viee-Presideul bj the
Democracy. Ile wss voted l?>: in the Natioua]
Convention of 1868, and then he those who
to tins day ("ui demonstrate thal i?? certain
contingencies he would have been nominated.
Ami the] describe the contingencies ..t irrr.it
length. <?n the other ride then- are Post?
master-General Jewell iiml ex-Gov. Hawley,
who are lu li? veil bj theil friend? to i?-.- booked
-one or tim other of them?for one <>i the
other o? the two great offices. And ii h quita
certain that neither of them would decline I
?iih.r place.
Both these gentlemen are engaged al pn ?
j out in patriotic public labore. .N'n-. Jewell i*?
occupied with practica] reforma in the Depart
in, t over which he presides ; doing something
which strangelj enough has baver occurred to
? any "atateeman," t.> wit, tiyii g to npplj l>u-i
?I ?? principles and what Mr. Lincoln need t<>
call "boree sense" to the conduct <>f business
matters in Government affaire. Gen. Hawley
is at the In ?id of the Centennial < ommiasion,
? doing energetic and earnest work f.?r thal en
' terpi toe, and le iving nothing undone that bo can
eontribnte to it** snocees and the honor of the
n.it hui. Though the Slate is sim 111 and easts
only six electoral votes, and i* not a keystone,
or u keynote, <>r an arbiter of the flsmtinis s of
the nation, or any of thom? other beautiful
figuren of speech tvlii.h New-York, Pennsyl?
vania, and Ohio have appropriated, ?he offen
two candidates, and is bopsfnl for one or the
other, or both. Neither of the gentlemen
named, us ne ?ne told, feels iiffiont?-?! by ?illu
??i)"s to the subject, mid both may be consid?
ered as Occupying before the country the atti?
tude of tim photographer^ subject when ha is
told to "sit cn?y and look natural." We are
glad to lean, as we do by (ha way of W.iili
ington, that the dan-tri r of any niirtuiKU-ret.intl
iii-JT or rivalry between the two bia beta
averted. The friends of Gen. Hawley, it
seems, were apprshandva that arrangements
had bein made by Mr. Jewell's Mandi to
" ?MM It" thal 1* the word used, we believe?tho
Slat*- Convention shortly to be held, so as to
secure the appointment of Jewell tWilfptfS
to the Nationul Convention. They solemnly
protested against it. The result is that an
understanding has been etl'cctcd between the
rival chiefs tor the appointment of niutuul
Mends ?I the two candidates, who shall decide
after the Convention meets and before s vote
is taken which of thom has the bppt chance,
ami throw tin ir whola strength for hini. A
part of Uria programme is understood to be
thnt (Jen. Hawley shall head the delegation.
This la an excellent arrangement, We see
luit ???io tiling i:i tho way of it-? being carried
?mt. 1 h?> Poetmaeter at New-iiaven was not
eonsnlted in it. And he is a pta an who
?attends cancnaea and la interested In politice,
and has a large corrcapondeneo. He may hBve
other plaina.
lint however that may he, it is eoeotmging
tu see the amnll States cooring (<? the front
willi their candidate-?, just M dripper Bud hope?
ful as though tin y wera keystooea and all
thal sort ?>f thing. It indieatea a belief, in
the small States al ?any rate, that eandidntea
for Presialent and Vice-Pr?sident may be nom
inatod on their merits, and no1 on account of
the number of electoral votes tl?ey can enrry.
It may he a delusion, bul il ia a pleasing one.
Ant one <>f the gentlemen named would til!
the Presidential office better than?hut com?
parisons are odorona. Let thi little Statea atop
ii j? then and act ?h though they thought they
had a chance.
;/ |j DBMOi /,' tCT PRINi IPLESt
The eonatant charge <?f Democrats baa been
thai tin* Republicans were incapable of g? '.
tiiiK beyond the war, Incompetent ?to eO'ecl
any of tin? practical reforms which the ooun
try ?h in.nuls, and prone ti? .-lave oil those re?
forms by continually reviving the passions and
bitter memories of iii?- v>:u. I. Mr. Blaine
bad intended t?> ?prove ?thal charge ni 11 foui dod,
ciuil.1 he have done so more eflectuullj than
by his rece?? spa 11 li ?
The ??.ti--!?mt charge of Republicans has
been thai iii?? Derooci its bave no prin?
ciples, but only pra'judicea ? ii?> beliefs of
nut kind, bul only an almorbing greed
for olli) t? ; no ?"ii > i? in is thal tint aie nut
i?.u!y to sacrifice foi party success, ami
ii" care foi reform except as a hollow ?and
dishonest pretext for turning their opponents
auit of power. It the Democratic leaden had
intonated to prove thai charge will foainaled,
could ii.i> have done so nioie eflt-ctuullj than
by ?theil organization of the (lou e, and theil
?treatment of the currency question ?
I lu-e Democrats professed an intense ann
i? : y foi a i'?i'e, ? t'lt ?i nt, and non pat ti ?an
civil service. Hi'" indignantly they ?pointeti
to th.. use of publia offii ?? bj lit publicans to
rewan! part) workers oi promote partj eu?lsl
Hut thej come ?into p?n ? r in ti'?- Hamac, sud
instant Ij. : - if bj ni ic, a ? ? 11 I.rratii
reformer I? ?.us a participant In ihe scran Ide
,? , pla? ?? .1..1I powa i, ' tit sieged bj
,m army of hungry upcilt hunton, awl offl
c)i -, ?uni i h i!, i m !? nee and ii i( ?1
fidelity ar. turned out ?to i??: '. room for nun ;
who ;'!?? ? i|ii! i? III ii n llj III l'a . ? .' i? :. vi
pulling, and I ried onlj hi the l'on i d? ratai -? i -
vie.-. I- this the i? foi ma ?I, no1 -part -.'.? - i
vi,,- r ? a !? i ?misa ?I J On tin onti y, i
I ?, ? ? | iiit ?els thal bo li ? ' it? -i
ii. -in- fair such a service, i: t <? I! use i In ? ?
bj ? ?pal : ? 1. - the pov i. I n til ?<?;>??
the profi usions i i i!" ?? ma n wa to I..! e anil
frnudula ni. No1 Um I liol , mi of /? al
for ra form in the public ??> rvice npi?< irs wl ?
they have the power to ?I ; tha i
,,' ! !.) Q ]> i- ti .'": -? ! '? ia ' Onlj Wll II !!. I? Rill
ia the conti ! ??I i ? ii )i it. ?
Tli ?e Democrat*, a. ii i. prof ?1 ?ra rtain
ti\-.1 convictions nbont the cm ney. Thej
?were diviabial, i: i? trau? ; some |irofa ---d to
!.. ii m thal the It? ?- bliciin ?pnrtj I ; ?iro
]).i ??ii.' -??.?ei?' rcHumptiou li.el l.i i" rubbing
it |.? opie, and p rtii ulai Ij Hie |x ??:?'?
if i'n- t\ i -? au ! ? ' ' ai
Lum.I!?.?hie: - mill Iffllll Pia ; Ot li el I f? it! tu
dil i tenate nnd holy indiirnation In cause tin
ii |i iblican |i M'- bad |i dta
question, I?.i?i tai ni h -I i!" publia' h.r ! j
i.Iii - di lay, at ?I h' ' i wulla ii Ihe roimtrj
|)J ?ii il.lliv; pliilji - I ? l' ni"? wi mlina
i?. resume, ni tul big :-?l?--ti-'** mou-aires to se
enre resnniption. If theMt two c1 ? I '
oerats were honent, thej could no1 i???- I
.., i. ir i ?' . I I . : ronvicti
what?-ver, tim o convictions should have ii
i: impoHsiblu tai countenance Mich n hill as thal
of Mr. Pajii?- m ti ? "" of Mr. Mmri on. I ni
if any I lemo? ral ! ?na dly '?? Iii ces thal m>- cia
j, . i ? ut -, are Imp ? ible, ml that tin ntl
in ?reach reaiini] : ion i - an ntti-mpl i i i .1. the
millions of pi odin ? i ? for the benefit ni me ia j
lenders, he mimi spurn urith unutterable loath?
ing ib?- proposal t" pile up ?gold, wrung fi m
thi earnings of the people bj taxation, foi (he
|HIII? if, i.l his Vit'W Bl oil?'?? (illili .'.:ul I it-, .ii1;. ,
of raising the pi ? ? ? <>f v-' ? ?1 u< - to p ir.
Ititi nny Demoeral who honeaUy liell restbat
the Republican plew] re a ii s i li si la i mine ?I
\. ia no1 aci'omp mia ?I \ ?th ma ns in -. foi ii -
fulfillment, tiwi the honor of the ??? ntl ha?
?been tarnished bj n? ?ii? i ala-laj in reston
tion of tin- currency, I li ii bit dne n and
?ml:, ni demand ?t nettled policj "sp cdy
" resumption ; no steps backwurtlw?m.i-t
realize tliot the ?repeal of the aa t ol
j?-7"), the indefinite postponement ni n
sumption, the refusal to adopt simple meas
nres suggested bj the Seen laij of th? Treasurj
to redeem thal pledge, would I" an art of
treachery, cowardice, ?and unspeakable Injurj
to the i uiii'iy. Ral what do the <? Democrats
propoea ? To repeal the pledgeof reanmption,
and yet f?> continue, with lesa rapidity, the
piling up of ?Hin which the preaenl law r< -
?linn--. Do these Democrats fancy thal the
roten In ihi.s country are fools 1 Do thej
suppose men ?will not see thnt the Democratic
leaders, whether hard monej or n>ft money bj
profession, ?are leadj t?? throw away ali prin?
ciple, barter off all convictions, and sacrifice
all public interest*, for ti,* sake ofacenring
the harmony and promoting Ihe sneceas of
" the pai ty V
We *beg to liifiuin the D?mocratie ?lenders
that they underrate the Intelligence and the
sincerity <>f the people. Theil own followers
will scorn then fur io vile a dodge as this.
Th?- inflationists and repndinUonial are vicious
nnd ignorant, but. they are in earnest. They
believe something. Watch Um predieUon :
they will toes into the nearest politica] ditch
the shallow jn ison-? who hate Kain? d plac??- m
Congreaa beeonse their profesaiona were ^ntis
fiutory, but who nally bl Ha ve nothing, and are
ready to baiter away every Interest of theil
constituents for party success. Not less honest
aro the hard -money vot? is, Dem?crata and
Independent^ who?;?? v>t?-s have saved De?
mocracy from completo rout by giving it the
victory where it Bal promise?! "no Btepebock
" ward." Let Democracy take this step beek
Ward, and men who take or couiitenanee it will
soon ham what the people think of it. This
is not a pood time for political wolves in
sheep's clothing. The man who would repu?
diate a solemn pledge of Um public faith amy
call Mattel! a Hard-Money Democrat fifty
tim?!? I ?1.ty if hl lika-ta. Votan ?ill treat him
as a rapudiator.
This country tleinainls honest eonvictions in
its nieta, With all its faults and crimes, tho
Republican party has shown thai it bad posi?
tive and rooteal convictions; it WM fal deed
aareeet even when it wai in the wrong, Tho
I country has therefore sustained, and in fep-lo
I of many errors-, will sustain it, against any
I spoils-hunting conspiracy of political trickster?,
j who have no beliefs that they are not ready
to barter off for a share of the spoils. If tho
Democratic party wishes to bo regarded as such
a conspiracy, let it go on as it has begun.
WEAT AUL TUE POTEES AEOUTt
Tlicio aro millions of Republican voters, but
v. hat aro they doini; T How conns it, if they
have really tim attachment they once liad to
the principles and pnrpoaae of tim perty, that
they do not indignantly kick out the menngen
wini propose t.? deatroy it by an odious third
term nomination^ and by a not lesa odious
mode of eondneting a campaign T They wait
with ? ps tisse, iiiat looks 8tr.uitj.-iy uko in?
diff?rence, leering dementa Schemen t<>
abuse tim orgnniaation m much as they dare,
ni ?I naily to repent at the ?mils tim crushing
defeats of 1874) if tim party docs not purify
ii.i If. But why .in? they indi Iii. rent ? Why
du they not realise that it can purify itself
only when they take it rigorously ia hand and
purify it I 11 it because they f <-l th it the
organization has survived ii s usefulness, and
ought to be roplarod by something better and
purer 1 Wa think n >t. Tim front mnJority ni
Republican voten still have a strong attach
m. ni. to tic organisation, and fe.-l that it
could be mide splendidly useful yet. Bul
whj ?lu they not goto work in earneat to malu
it nsefnl ?
Of the millions of Republican voters, proba?
bly no1 one [n ten believes thal Oen. Gran!
o ight lo he re*,onti,,.Heil. And yt i, *?o strange
i? the condition of this purty that the millions
.ne gravely asking each other, "Can Grant's
"nomination be prevented ?" Porthey have
letu ned that the machinery of the organization
m many oi the Btates, and especially al the
South, i- . min 'v in the bands of his creatures,
and t!'i! it can elect to a party convention
-?n h delogati i m Im pleases, Prom States
which will ilnis h" represented only by hi?
m. I-, in which the Itepubli, m party bas no
chain ?? of Mccrea, and hat apparently ii" hi rher
ambition than to retain ? share of toe Pederal
offices, will come nearly half the delegates in a
National Convention. Moreover, thoughtful Re
piihlic ins li ive *i'.-n with nstoiiL hment ?i strange
' <? ol ian itie nith jobboi - that while the
ronvicted whisky thief in his prison w?ll
, the liol -h"- ulcd Rishop in hin
. In:t< h meeting prays tor Grant. Rabcork and
Shepherd, ( asey, Delano,nnd "MyRon John,"
ii-,, prof? ?.||v ?ia anxious about the Bible in
': i! - a !; b ?p II ive i, iii thop Simpson,
o i' i r!i ipi ?in .n n. ? . ? lodge of ?
Romani ,?. Mon ash .ich other whether this
lum.i ni?.I union, if iis viv existence is not
i!' ? stomach <>f any sincere
-. chnreh, may n ?I pro-." -?con?*
. , mud the f, s additional v u -
in co . iti .'i whi h m< i I ?? ! ?.! Grant n aj
? ii ioiity.
1? ibis lim Republican party whieh altsolntely
di i ?>! I.n e1 -I'll r it i- free to no nin ite
ii, ?? T Vi '? the ? ? I? p dill
I ? , ? ? ?> .- ! i tin i . aside all the pledg -
?mil primiph ? -.: the party und nil honest efforts
I. I refl III I ? ;?? i . : .?!.' ..:? i. I *'. i-OHUH - ill ?Hld
:.. : mu? tin- n- i-: npiiln ? m ho ii ???
If tin i!.. n I ?I? ?i i v ile- n nun v in h
.. . -,i h iimi ..'ii-, whon in", n bj Lim ?lu, wlml
, , ,'? ,. . \, Im ?I bj i i n tiv e while iln , :i i i -.
o-1. i',. i- ?- ? ? rp ? I for them 1 They can re
, :-. . dlilW It, "l to Vote foi ? - l.i't ii
; but when men ii' ike no
? n ,ii in prevent notninatioii ?liieli tin v ii .
i?;?? -i '. mill wbb'h thej know
would i nit in m .'';' . ? ii eat of the p
do ti } ? n.' rnongh tor the part] to be calle?!
II ;
It U peri lb.' ?i . 'foi tin ?.? in Iii. US of I'"
publii it ? ..... i ? i . pul .-ii . ml n. the vandal
. : ? a. mi bit : ii.. : ii n >.f i ?rant, if
I lui t!n ?, p, n do i; 'n one
If thej, ?n any con ??di rabie [wiri ? t
t:n m, make ii known r ! ? ? t tbej -I.? no1 im? ml |
i-, . i.- n ? i.- ni if liomin it? d, Ilia ?v II , nil
ttu- hu hu -. Men who ?ii.Ij want to pro
tect tin - lu I -I'll will look tor ?i randi
Hi In? el, J '..?-,, ml . v i n
i. :. ' ubi, -. ? In - .n to I,
f..? Din, -.i m v !. ? ?? cleft ion would no1 li
i? tiefe it. Um its long a? Re?
publican ^ bj the million leal ?? , I
? ? to !?? li. >' that t!i. ?? w ill vote
puf. !.. I i i. t!,. . .ne v. :.v liki |v to lind that
they I ?ve in? voies in makins the ticket, and
are treated as mere vnti ?: calilo,
. ?? / nu i/'/'/ nu i .'" ? fi f.
The n ?nil i f the w< rk of Mi sun. Moo Ij
and S ? in Pinindi Iphl i ? '?? to prove i"
tin religious public \-'n? have lieen anxiously
regarding it, two things: Pirat, thal the mass
..i the ?pie ?!'? not onlj rendj but willing
??> receive iuslruction as io Hie salvation ?>f
their Mud?: and, secondly, th.it tho method
adopted bj these preachers of giving such in
htruckiou h i? in ii .le I'lemeul of sue? ??
i,,,i nlu.i?? io lie found in ordin?r] church
ministrations. Asin Ure tljm, curiosity doubt
i, , drew mnltitn I i" theil meetings, and
uther multitudes were church members, who
weat partlj foi a new excitement and perth
fi .hu the purest of motives. After the iii?t
linif weeks the Attendance ii Philadelphia,
we are told, f. li off for a fen days percepti?
bly, curioaitj ol church nu i.i'.i-is and others
haviug been gratiQed. After that adeepei in
t?nsi was quicken d, und the building, con?
taining 11,000? has h., n steadily filled twice
each dsv, and on ? me <"> i ions tliousands
wen tuii.cd away. AH ela ? were repre
, eui. ?I in the >.- i : i.?' .1 -. 'i '? ? . . , bo bo
doubt that the revivalists in sonn saj man?
aged to reach those I. wer ?i ita of human be?
ings who in a great city will not t"- t< i | ?..!
to ?-ut? r an ordinary cburcha Vetj nearlj i
million of people, i i-< cal? nlatetl, received the
message wini h there men had to tell.
Non ihe Biain point in lins statement, in our
view, ia that no other BUbiOCl would have
di-.iwn in any city an avenge (hiily Htt.'tnl
anct* of 22,000 peoph foi ??ix weeks. It prove?
vih.it WO have often ?i-?cited, that !.. low
politics, money-making, or donn ii ki affection,
the mo?t cumien man has an nrgent care for
!,..? Koul and its chancee of a futuro Ufe. It
prove? tli.it when a clergyman in hil com*
fortable or costly church look.? down from hil
pulpit on empty pewi and laments the cold?
ness of human lumps on tim subject of their
(Valvation, tim fault lies MHIMWlWN in himnelf
or hi.s church or their way ol' oil', ling that
salvation. If thii wealthy church memboc
has bought a firm, or tim; ouo has Married a
wife and therefore cann.it come, does lim
dergjmann, 1 i lau hk Master, go nut into tho j
bighwayi mid compel the poor anil lamo and \
blind to till tim luxurious pcws? Doctrinal '
and church government, cn lesiastical archi?
tecture, d.voiation, and furn, a of Stitt ices li.ive
theil u.s???, and may servo as mediums to con?
vey au ?dca of Chfilt and His teaching. But
wh.n tim nu .Hums btOMM tho important ob?
ject and tim idea is obscured, it is time th it
thej ?-hi old bo swept ont of sight. Then Inn
been for years, ?s wo all know, more or lem
dlemmhBll with tho ordinary preuentation of
the Christian religion by ite teaclurs. Out?
siders cannot reconcile the mugililicont church
with ita wealth of carved stone and atafattd
gla.se ofl'eieal a* honiago to the lowly Jesus,
with the miserable, vicious hordes of hil for?
go! ten brethren in thai slums of the b:t?'k
strict. The mere contribution of money to
mission? by the leaned and dainty worshipers
does not seem to impartial ?'.ves to nc.pilt them
of all their duly to their poorer brethren or to
fullill the command "(jo preach my gospel to
" eVBty creature."
Wo believe that much of the success of the
two men who aro coming to New-York i" a
week <>r two arises trout the bet that they iel
Christians to work, systematically and with
energy. Rich and poor, ignorant and culture?!,
linn and wemen ".ne nade to ?te that their
duty Ins not only in I passively Chriatiaa life
at home, but in tho leading of ochen to thal
higher life. In the cities where those revivalists
have WOrfced there hal probably been B bitter
organised qretem of Chriatiaa ctr.it-direct,
simple, zeal ?us?than ever before. Mr. Moody
poaaaaaea thal moil potent of all breed wand
common lerne, in ? high degree. He ha? a
vivid emotional natara, doea not lach logical
perception, is an accurate and constant student
of the Bible, ?iiid poeeeeaee largely that per?
sonal magnetism which is amentia! t?> a publie
speaker. Hu' above und beyond ."ill these, the
power of the men and his comrade lies in their
sincerity and direct ia m of appeal. Wt have
spoken ol'this before] but wo repeat it for the
benefit of those clergymen who are perhapi
pasded i<> account for the force of their ap?
peal?. The Chriatiaa teacher who gives to hil
congregation every Sunday tho fnnt of yean
ut' ?study, discourses which aro full of
devout feeling, of v. it, pathos, and fancy,
an I finds no effect produced by them
other than admiration for a line lit
erary effort, cannot und ratand why a man
with neither good education, exceptional elo?
quence, n >. any ? race ??I 01 itory, ?should away
thousands like children and leave with <'\.r>
man ?it, least a lasting ???n\icti'tii of the
strength nnd efficacy of Christ aa a Helper.
The mu: who should come to the erew of a
sinking ship with a logical and carefully pre?
pared address upon the difficulties of their
dtnation 01 the advantagea of a re-id? nee on
shore would receive ?bal scant attention for his
literary effort; bul when the rough ?follow,
breathless \t??ii haste,shows them the lifeboat
and tin? land beyond, they Intu? and care
hule for tim grammar <>f his message. The
most permanent g.1 resulting from the work
ot these evangelists doubtless is thal other
preschen \>ill perceive the secret of their
poWOI BUi] m ii,?? it ' h? ir own.
Mr.OratlotWssbbarna, win? has |nst been ?iro
iiiot? .1 ir ?m the 8? eond Se iretarj ibip ..f the KtaeiI
. 1 l ? gal.m Paris t?> i!??? lu ?t Becretaryahip al
St. Petersburg, was recentlj lu New-York on leal 1
m" bInm m 1 : nul abai does the world suppose his
bu iiieea.hei tal The following sdi rtieement
ii...a Thi Scte-York Cllppa ??.' I it. 30, 1 --7... will
?ti .-.. :
" vi 1 s run
?? I'nr J w. Myer*' c n ka rleae Clri is. Parla,
i . ?. ? ?? 1 a' . sarnia of the ? m ' 1. ? ?ml ilnli g ? : fltty
tviu linn,-...-> 1,11 mr'.:?-.! priva-te boase, Mid .. mung
Ifot? ven iiii.n-11.ti ii\c hundred 1 riasi ? 1 isa
sabs i' v? K h 1:1 am? 1: ?! -i ;. Binaa.
" \ l I.? ?, -' . : . au sad bnelness,
? <?i:\l IO! WABIIBI BXB,
?? So 1 i 1: ?I 1 lil " mi. -: . Mt v York,
" i i? tn Morember 2 1."
!',??: inquiry we lawn thal Mr. Wasbbtirne's ex
? ? ii.il t niit.-i.': f.i tin? mi'.'1,-iiint til I. irc
liiu'k rill t?iuale, ,1 extended to the
bl ito?M ? ; a \t\ we 1 in ? : .. iii it .No. 1 i
I ii liii- mi -t. iini-t bave i?? ?ti daring the young
. - i',i lhere an an-commonlj lively
place of reeiali .. ??. Well, bu ing animals and hiring
i-1,?- lia* It ridei li n ?I k b .?', s butin?es ?afta r sil ss
pty n '.'?? ; but 1 it jil t the ii ; ig f i
ii..-1 .reit Vin. 1 ii 1. Cil 1.- i?, carry on i? s op?r?t I ma
. \\-1..ftbe State Department f Aniv.ii.it
. ibj in St. Pol taburg v. h n they Lu.?..
.v Reci im- t,f Legation is a eirene
igi-iit 1 SVehop the Csar doee not take The Clipper.
?
? . R on informe the Houae of Repreaen
1 itis.-: it ther Uno offlcei more than sixty-two
? vc lie! of ihn navy. This
? : ... ti . tioeakey ?<?a oonaiderable part of
1: v 1. ,t ,if the Bavai ?? ttablishmeaL
.. the existing la? s a great Bamber of rigorona,
. m ?-.I. .n. l i-i r:en ?v.'iv raloable ??iii,..
1,11,1 to retire Jual when il' Ir lervkcs are worth
? loat to lin- c'.'i!itr\-. iiii.i :i gr at number ..f Lndok ni
? are enabled t-' retire, on a Iib? r.?! allowance,
? th? v era -: ?U quite iii I ?r duty. 1 ben t.? ?SU
their placee era bave n leriee ?f promotions^ and s
corresponding in? ; ?aao in the oaval-eetimatee. It is
unjust to the country end unjust to the navy thal
? ihoutd he arbitrarily retired at a ear?
tain ?> ii (iii.i.ily cannot )<o call?ed
.1 tory advanced one) without refereuce t..
il ir pbyaicalor mental condition? and ii Congress
1 1 economize let it try what a reform in ii..'
? Lim - ??ill tin. We do no1 adv?cete a reduc?
tion i?, the i-1.- m retired officera; having kept them
on atuall salai as all their lives it is nat the part o? a
n? it nat ?.?ti to turn them adri 1 in their eil sge
m iii..mt decent ineana of *-:ti?t><>rt ; bul wo aro latis?
:...; thal the retired liai 1 ? 00 Lire.'. !..-. 11---.- ??? ara
?in r. tirad t.?orly, t ifl the Butter to the b ?ttom
an I it Mill probablj he fo?and thal tho Naval
\ 1 i?., ni' - it uiidabipmea faster than they ars
n?. ?i. ?I, anti foi promotion la the lower
f the Une for?es ont the veterana al ?lbs head.
I ; 1 wl y ii"t it tim s the nui' her of esdetsf
Fits John Porter signalised his se ssshm ;?? Um
?Department of Public Walks bj earning the grati?
tude of the ?residents of Marrey Hill. Paying
heat ? ?I taxi ? iii in any otha 1 portion of the 1 iiy, its
citizens had novertheleea from the beginning re
reived far h m benefit Horn the Croton Aqueduct.
lin? watet ?could rarely be K'>t ?*i>.i.e the second
..?ni i, sad was of tea hard en mgh to get eves mi'm
iir-t : sa that, m tact, the mstdenls paid I <r the
abundant supply ?>( Croton water earried past
lliiif (Lnirs in tim 1..V.C1 puns ol' tti(> city,
ml then ?amused themselves by pumping it up
iiio their t m booses at tiieir own expensa,
Uen. Porter promptly remedied this evil. IILs ?iic
caaaor will bave an opportunity t<> distinguish
himaelf by remodyh t hot. The residents about
IVaahington iqiian coi plain that sons lesen!
c1 inges In the watet pipes have m reduced theil
supplj of tratet ?that nany nf them are having te
pul lu i'i??ii.h in order to get the Croton npevea te
ond story. 1!. .? a.iy itlanotanaeeidental
or temporary thing, butanaetual laekofwateroc
m a large ? tou '. pip? to bring the water to their
doon. Gen. Po?rt< iV - aoeeei ?r ?soul I uoi give atten?
tion to a ?betta r thii g b1 the 0 ita : : or. if be in t:.it
t.. take poaaesslon f >r b little while, (?vu. Porter
kima? if (-.?itlii no1 ftnd 1 pleas ni t work tartha b1 as
of his oounection wi?th a department wbieh he baa
iiutn itly aIministei ,1 in the laissante ol theetttaens.
Tho Uttet fien um. Robert B.LeatoJaCwaeai
Davis, pi i'ii-ili'-il on oin sixth pane, is fat bmn ?? * i -
tying tiiiiu tin resent sketches of pi ? ?-i life at
Ami. ?v.iivlllo and Kinma Bud UM I i'i.li.. f?ry
tpui?'.u of the Amnaaty debate. It was v.? tten
nft.T ihe l'.,t'ia of Gettysburg, when bia
truep.s were r? ooeupying theil ?sid encamp
tncr.t on the liankn of tin? OpefUM. Hu? n treat
ha?i baan anwlarly, bat tit? eamyeiga In 11 inayl*
raala had mantisa dlsaetroaaly for the South?and
lui a? BSptsd with ?lignity the logis ti atti it. " 1 ho
gf?i-i'.il reinctly," ho write*, "for tao want of stic
c?-8? in a military BOB inlander ita inn removal." On
this ground h? placed biscommtssloB m Pam mandar
I in-Chief of tho Anny of Northern Virginia in
Mr. I ','tvi -'1 hands. Mr. Davie waa too wue to in
tnist tho defense of tho Confed?rate capital t?> any?
on.? else, and (?en. Leo did not renew hin offer. The
letter is manly, generous, ami diipiiti?*?!, and io an
important contribution to the secret hlttory of the
civil war.
Mr. aStciiior, the well-known German hookneller,
has ??sud a novelty in th ? tray ti an almanac It is
called " I ho Popular Health Almanac," and is in?
tHiid-d to w:i??e war upon the almanacs itmied l?y the
venders of patent uie.liciue.s and distrihiited to the
drug stem thnufhoutthi country for gratuitous
circulation among their MSlSSBSCI, An eliott is to
he inft<l.) lo have this distributsd in the Hiiiii"! wav.
It c.iiitaitis plain and practical lUggM-MlM about
health, themedssf bnihliag bsslthy hsssss,hsaUhy
eating, health of the eyes, til?t h. lp in accidents ?ad
enierg.-ncies, rescue of drowning psfSS-UBi antnloles
for poison?, ?Vc. Pee tie- runt, it muk?"?? a i.ii .-i^i- i?n
?lasg-htos pstsst Bedieioes hy giving in two or
threo pages smiio waning ahout tin- more dangerous
ones, and SU account of the Composition of a larne
innulier of tlio?o whieh are most widely sold. Dr.
Frederick Htrfftnan. l'rof. Mai Isa, I'mf. Chandler,
and others have Interacted themselves m it,.
?-.
Th.* .shipment of Spanish g.Mids for the Centennial
i.s perhaps one of the BSSt 0OS1 nniliK of all pSSSiMs
refiitati.iiis of the ('lilian ?var rimers; more than
that, it will c nflria BSSy persons in the STMBSBSn
belief that them has no1 hesn at any tinte a r MSB-*
able f.-ar >?f a nipt ire, or ssofiieisnt SSUSS for the
messcisg attitude of our Qnnesiiawnil. Bo the piibho
curiosity will wav hotterovsc tbe enoss ti Bocretsry
Boboseafs ssvsl pssssrstless ami Qoe. Onntfls als?
?tOOS tO Ititi I elllloll. li iii to Iii) hip (1 lll.lt the- ( or
lespood?co whieh Mr. Pish is paspar?an* tosend to
tho House will solve the prebless. If it do not, Coa
gn m ought to push Its inquiries .1 little furtlar.
PERSONAL.
The Hon. Reverdy Johnson arrived in this
city from Liverpool yt weet ty,
Mr. Henty Wattei?.?,, of Loui-.ville, Ky., who
lia* Leen ill fi.r vune Wei ks, I-i Iii ttST.
Prof. O.C. Marah of Vale bal procured about
?J, .'.im volume* of Japanese llterslSIS tot the library of
III.- c... ? ?
A bust of Mr. Edwin Booth, modeled in
isa*, hy the sentptor Valentine ol BtehnaoaS, v.?, is la
l:.?' e?.-,. .?-!..!! ill t.,,1' .lid.-I.
President Van Bonseolaer of Hobart College^
?it (?eui va, lins es1 iblisbctl a ri ni og MOB lor tile linn of
tin. stiiilen:? .it mu lawn eXpl MO?
Mr. Edward Jarvis succeeds the lata Dr?
Hum? as tap, iiii'- " lent nf iii' i M asi i - >- i '"l f'?r
lili .in .??.a n < nil -ni.n-i. .1 j. mil.
The grnnddaugl ten of Mr. Beth P. .Staples,
tli.? roundel ol tbe v.,|.. i. iw B, hool, luve preeeah d t....t
u. -Hint nu willi a portrait of tuen grandfather.
Mayor K? il.-y of Richmond, Va., li is re
relviil I Hti--p.iil!i I not? iMUed bj tin ColoOl -if Vl^inl.t
in 171-1. it bonn in.- leitend, " ro ? ounterfclt is (tooth."
Mr. ti. L. J'o\ ii :-it!?l in the ?is;.lum at
.-<cn. lillie, .Mai?.?., Hill he haS Improved si,lin vili.it. Ill)
iii- rational btterval* hat his ttewrtey i? esssid rcl
ii.ml.
Tim i1 uni al ilin statue of Den. Mcpherson,
nos being smmWi I ia I lochwall bj : I -???? g
? Bnlehed. It represents tbe doserai elttlag Ib ?
position of raposa ob bia hot s trl-thafli d-gtaee ta his
band, l ? ??? eutv londol ?rill i.-t I i ni,,?., r ..n.i t um lie
?u i . i..:.i. ?, la tu !. rust in bronte, ii __* ? ,
geai ?it that ii. te pia, ed OS exhlbttieu in tbstettj ?ii.r u<
Uki Ci iitenn al.
The lula Count d.* Hontidembert'i work, rn
t : '? I " [/Eepaga i at Ia Libert?," Isaanoafl ed labost
to ippear fl ?m tke pi ? *? Pert Hyaclathi had the eea>
Lui-. ..f the in mu?.i !|it, ant .?!'.*r the Count's death ha
?1---...1 th.. intentions ..' bli famlb and ? i. ? atore, .? bo re?
plied that tbey would publish li aumng bt? t>oe?biituuiH
Fire years having punned wituout a in.ii.lu?. nt
m i!n- n mi,:-e, I .?lue. 11 j .ti. ?nillo .-?? ni i... in,.i? .,. . ipi to
lill! plll.il.-.,, 1.
President Eliot of Harvard College ia ?
i.'tt.r t.. Pro! j..vn.-?of v.ainiei'iiiit i.nu. i? t?, .it gash.
ti.le. Teniia. ?ni?; "I am an advoi ate of OOBipalOory
elementan education, and of as esforeed readiuii und
anting tcet for tbi USilot.b, aiuc, although e?lu i
nionewill ii.-t preeerve free institution?, .it!..-.! el*.
li.,-il.ii v i-ilin .i mu !.- ..| i- ..r tue e.-?|.|.ll.ti coudltiuui "f
tho formation ..f thal mund oatt nal cbunu-i i upua
wblcbtbei rerv of our | ililieal bietitutlonj does el*
iti p. i ; " i': -..e m 1. ..t ?rill bud erith b ?
\ ry Innre proportion of th. , i..?,,:..!,.,,??
ile .uuuiry.
Pi? ??.hut Steam?, of Amlie: ?t College, in .1
i cent lecture before bli elate, ?epn .ned th.- prooenl
sol . . i us ii.'.ir. .n? io ti..- swawtjr. li>
the I] i tranaiultted without en ut t
i of the Vedas, ona ol nets of 1,010 hjms,
Ibroitith tu.? < en, m i.-? ni. ?..., - . .ii?.di louu
lu foro! ... i -H n? n. :
oral Instruction?a thin?; ?bick hue an ?? ....'.ti!..
I i .-nt ii tv. The limit;.id n;. nf ?iili)e. t? now | i - I ? I
lu me scholar, i e tbounl t, rt-ndere il e m ?, i ?I lin .,< a
ret, atti s dm moi i next t( loij ueslUe.
The Bev. Dr. Manning testified on Tuesday?
m the ease ti the Old South 1 hsnh ol Bootoo, ui..< u i?
ii.nr in-fore the soar! os i proportion by tha sorwty te
to ii ti?? j?; pertjr. !!.? rave it ?i? i.i- oplatua thal (Le
pro|. tv -i"- ah i he sol I, ont '. ti al the se el ii
a--,,,,. I??, ? ' o, n.-.-:' .1 ivitii tbi.Id i, . h h u ?i.i.-ii to
iy its ?piritual i hu; iel --. I"r. M | that
le- Vi li ?e1 I"'ti. luid .11! ill pli I Trnill st!.II .'?! ? a1'.dit the
n-llgi.iu* n-f?'e'-? al th.- church, bul be waa ver>* efi n
.i-' i ?! Into viiii ii v . ? ;i eil i.i- J, i. If ibis
ano the ebureh where ?!,. Brttlah ?tabled tin i borneo.
Wong Chin-foo, the Cbineee lecturer, wont
ni a it enan < Sisolle chun h In Vaehiia, N. II., ?if. w sjh
. 1 helas attired la hu rich aattve eostsmsb
osa of the-iaorfceepeta poln Ij showed hint late a beni
pew sear the altar. I ? ::;;':? "dletlnKUlsbedforelgaer"
?moas tbe eenaregatloa, the nfflolatlag pi eel prewhed
.n- ?borate sanaan, la which, beginning at th, i eattoa
of ths world.he eketi wd li? l.'st?.iy ni> t.. the praeeeS
time, a I unfolded th.itlru pinn of ??tlvation is held
by the Komisli C1 ireh,thawfa >i!;.one, wbli i '.i?i
?. . . . i. ag aim ?I ?ii1 an uti] a: i lie < ... ? te
'... :V -. r, vi n a a v. v. t" in.? i ? .e.. i?i. a in. i
hoon afterward Wong vi??n sbU to rive t.n. reverend
k? uileuit-n a ymttt pro yeo i ti i. bat ?.?:?? ?. . s
s.:,mi.? Hie ?mue i venin?", to:? rery rrowdvtl i illence,
beeulargedat aoiae leiiKtb about the rrllghm ,,: Con
, !.. .. ;. di of !.,? ...id,? u . t
.... . laded.. bl* til) :?.?.., ?ti .- , ., u? he
li. an i?. to ji..uni. n i briatiaaitj and come i i Coarin me,
Tha will of the late Timothy liiri..-.-, tho
Cincinnati millionaire, bee bean publlabe-d. It I t s ths
tmlk of in* pin; ? rti la his two mm ssd twadasghtets
iii? soaa,Cllataa sad Bjma, and ela rase la law, Chi
ii. r.n Platt sad tu. Deary it. Basasagi ure
malle SB rulers if tie cie.vto, wl.i.li m v
?ii shoal ?: i.".'1 ',000. the rent? of eectaln ;. ip r:.. .,i?o
ero gives forever to the principal publie lib, iry eoaips.
nie? o' the t-ity for til. pur. lia?e of saeh eel ntit!
en Hie en? j., -t of in. in? rial trole na the etty tovenu :
fin,n order from tim. lottme. k larg, porthmofthi ??
tate i? Kiviu ti? tn?? child .n -abon Mr. Ki.'iv
??i i.k? .: as hi? ??? iiii m." ?m,i adept-M
re p. 'ii-ibtlltlee " One if tbeee I? the a??n "f i Bolts M
weinam known aa " I -'viti? Praacle, tot wwtnt ht
i-,. , .,.! .m mfatual ii wh i I mhl o< t lu dial? I
. v, u ia m ? ?. : ?..'.i* i-i.? - ? ? ?be often lufll .1
upon h :u HU legal di i tri. ! o break the win, ,,? i
?.. : r.-i ? -?. i, -; m.uaii to obow tbat hi um lui apableof making
hie will bj t ? ? " ' ? - mil . and i nili.-r ii .-.
tin. rti.- MedoptedM - ?? ?e lui;-..... i upon hie
in Julltj .n ?n? ? n ?i. ? - I laid :?? hat,- ro*
,,.... ; t i ' ...-.'.i from him I Col. I? un Pi ii ?
Brut, aa well as hie on ?:?::. ? . Ibeduttsbl i ..i Mr.
Kirb . n.'i m ni ?? m i. ? . r hu ..:. I ?t tots
?? i,, ;. Smith \t.:.!.?.'. t. .1 .,? bet f.ii i i.
The alllhae bnwn ailmlited t?i pi ibate, hot Meeara. Platt
and .Banning doellse to act nt ?< note,
I.dsiniN-, .hin. 19.?Lord Napier .?i* Ifngdnln
has i" ? s appoint? d Qoveri ?
POUTH AL NOTES
The iiiends of e\->?Bator ilmi.iTi. Secretary
Balksap,ssd Mr, iiir.iui Pries o?..? ihspsug ; laaBoi
BpassseasdUstss for L'a ?? I It les l?salos Al I ?
wat tv n rests hoses
The financial QBI itioO IS tskfasg the pla I I
the niii!ic?ty ill?. saMoa " * l ? - : tl-o
opinion prevali? that nie high time f??r Coagraa ti . ?te
work ..u ?..u.. !ii.'??-ii" of I :.. i .. ... ,
A coiuni.ii expression is cootained in this
i? ir iL-r.i|?ti Item The g don Herald ? M It U s carlon
tint Uio is-Kt part ?f ib- Bepobtk in i> rtj stat i. ?w
loet where thaCtaetnnatl c. ..
'Tj. ili.it iii?veiaeii i ia only ii ith
We i :iii ?ee nov? iio".v the ? ?
pi. ,i i lie tronad."
The grant need ? ?f a Dmncntie organ nt
Waehlngtss, "if aalf t? usrrasl u.e hleel i- slths
tint.', tenu prass," in ?ti ?? giekment
Saemhrer. It ai seathatthi party seed sot try to i *
a President if It hat not em ia~h bralim, |>atriol
Hal, ind npcrieni <? t?. found a! i ma Cala a
tutu m ? -i' ?l?-r.
Mi. Siilimau B. Alka of Boat on thioks, if
retlriiiK P.i ?ni. nt? vii ?r ?. - . . ? ?- f"r
life, a bl^iiei uii'ttve ti. II SMSS BVallaMI 'v Will " i^ate
politK-al eeSVSSdSSS ar.i ??-. ill r .-.ne ?ill hStsfeSI B, ??
.vi i Him ..f i ti..i-.i.itct. nwVNsMsatW IssaM^ hss*
lug no IK-.-.1 for the votee of iu?u ??aftiii. would b? InJe
p??.i.li nt and SSSSSrvSttVSlBSSasS ai;d devoto more St
Est?os Ui Hie K'ood of Hie eonntii.
The iiitlationisU of the South put a prompt

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