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Aa many luoaia x~ j an- iic-.ii .? i- or l. ? lr. ! 1 "inianiiii- ?il itr with inch i)t!),-r Whlla 1 lach Usa a a 101.1:? cjoimanlcat-on with the halLaa4 each ht ??thin 11 i.nre-.i -.1.-;-.? fro? 1'..' i-hvalci?. 'May ara all j heaii-il hy al -in. (rea of ?liari-e. 1 he eMvatSM ar.? ?h rect?y u. c ???: la tra?a ti.e iiitrai'-' froiitlag tin City Hall' I'm k Titry ran aide bv aid? :?)>?l are ?)f the li' w rat an.I l."" ??"..??.r.nii -:i. The tmililin?? i?i n^w ?nil (?..utii'iiit r? in i"iif.*.t order. it i.? abaoinlely i tirei'.io)!. r.t. 1: . r? .. rha'everlaaeeded, and av?m aafea 1er tic?].:>??. r 1 _?. ?.".'.:.." .1: 1 m ]>.,.? 11.11-.? .?? :r, .-'?- r. .|iiin ?!. ! No ose m i-.l. to .!" niure Uiaa 10 lock tbronch a anitc of the i ?fuera ne? ? ?? 1 toi Inataoe.a, aa Ifr. Vandatrpoel'a . - te b? s.;t'-!i?-,! that thc>-aru naqneattonably tho ih-ui i- the ! tlty. Daily Ti.ir.iNr, klail S?he? nbers, $10 per annum. Bemi-V.ii-ki.y J'Rir.iM. Mau -nlM*-mba**a,?$3psraa. WKEki.Y i "unrxE. Mai! Sobacribera, $2pecaaBaaa Terma, cojh in advance. Addnss. Tiik TbIBUNB, New-York. P^ii-?n? iitiahlr t.* ootsEt Tiik I i:ii5t'M'- m aa*" of the traini, boal*. or hotels in uhicli i' m im.ially tol'I. witt eo.t 1tr n taror A? \ofet nica ihin ottto of the mxaawsssMsa Thk A\'i ?;?! y Tanoifi wiB be readj this raenini at 8o'clock, m \v?-;?i??)-is for mailina. l'riic "> eente. t'p t'.wn ;,,!??!,:';????-.? rir Ifave Iheir fnvcra for TllR TKIMI ?K at 1.-3? Broiutwav, c?n. 3lat-at. w 'MS W. 23d-at, cor. Mh ave. FOUNDED BY HORACE OREELEY. WEDHESDAY. APRIL 12, 187G. WITH SUPPLEMENT, 1HE NEWS THIS MORNLNO. Forf.h.v??',rntn? Beama in 'n revolt; more Iro.-?!?? hare be? ;i seal from Oiantaatlamilti, ??? - M. Kmiln r'r? el?-. ;:?i:i for liioni wn? eoiitinin-il in the French t'li.tntl ?at of DepatMs. ?= The Fren, h C-aaabsff ?i-Deputies adtoaraadta May 10 aftas u angry del ;?? oa smiMalJ = K<-w-I.an-.do, in llexico, ? i eaptaiad hy tho revolutionists. DOM-STIC.? A triMty of p^.ice hns been made be? tween the BapaMk ?f Liberia aad the revolting trii'i?. i in- Baaas Wan ?"d Maaas t'om* mittce hat u'-'Hcil to the Tarifl hill, find refused to strike tea aad ee_be from the ban Met, _ The ?State S'i'ut?' has ordered tho bill prolou^mg C'on trollei'n Urs i.V tenu to a third leadlas;] the amend? ment Chattel bill was before the Senate seren? hours, a:i'i irai furtln-r aiiienih-d; tho Assembly has adopted the i-anu? toll-.?heet of 1ST."?; the Caaomittee appointed for the pur]?o.so report the t-jftanee >?f great aalsaaees sa Lou? Islaad, OaMOaaaa.- The Third-class Postai;? bill was ?le, bate?l m the Senate; several bills were paswd, -=r In the lions... fBSt?000 were appropriated to im? prove the Cap.toi ?rounds; an advem report was niado te the Canadian Keciproeity bill, and the House adopted the minority report. City ani> Si iui'han.?fin? funeral of A. T. St,?v art is npj.'ointed for to-morrow morning in St. Mark'? P. E. Church. The Union League Club parsed ap? propriate **w?!ut ions and appoint?'?) a committee of fifty to attend tho fumral. == Charlea O'Conor repelled recent attack? in connection with the For? rest ease, and demanded investigation. =?: Delano C. Calvin was appointed Surrogate. ^__-: Ainlie.ts Fuchs was eentasaad to b? hung ?>n JaaaS,_ Mr. Mf?ody pnackai on the life of l'eter. _-__=: The New-York M. K. Conference made tho annual ap? pointments ? ?ioiii, 113,118,113. Cold ratas O? the legal-teiuhr dollar at the el????, 8!S**? cents, ?toi ks irregular, generally lower, and closing dull. Til? .VrAT.ir.u.?The prediction for the Middle Mates ie thai the ?aathai will be cloudy or partly cloudy with local rains. Thermometer, lu^, 53 ,4?"P. Further ?lisappointiiicnt is in store for our City Fiitlieis. The bill which txN-nds Con? troller On-en's term of olhce is m;i?le almost enre of saeceae by passing to a third reading. Tax-payers will not sharo the Aldeniiiinie grlaf. ? British loyalty is strained to the utmost both by the abseuo?' of the Qui-en and the scheme for mating her an Empicss. It appears para? doxical that tho Crown shouhl be most assailed at the very time it? difrnity is increased. The right to grumble is, however, the piiviloge of a British subject. _ Senate debates on postage indicate a willing neas that newspajiers should be eomjielled to pay higher rather than lower rates. Then- is a great ?h-al of sympathy felt in that boily for Mr. Ilamlin ; and he needs it; for the press that he cares nothing about persista iu stick? ing pins into him. _ It is probable that Prince Napoleon will be returned for the Corsican district where M. Rouher's election was declared invalid. In that event the Bonapartist factions will both be represented by able orators in the Chamber of Deputies, M. Uouhcr having had tho good for? tune to be elected in two districts. By capturing New-Laredo the Mexifian revo? lutionists have strengthened their position oo the Rio Grande and acquired greater control arar the State of Tamaulipas. Adopting the ?strategy of Gen. Taylor in 1846, they will probably soon attack Monterey, where, unless the garrison is disaffected, a stubborn resistance may be expected. The appointments of the Methodist Confer? ences as usual prove the most interesting por? tion of their proceirdinga. The session nearly ended was n??t marked by any notable inno? vations, two or three proposals looking toward extending the t. mi of ministers to more than three years not linding favor. Hear ye ! All who have any new scandal to communicate respecting Mr. Beeeher ; you are requested to stop forth and communicate, or lie forever silent. The Congregational Min i?t?is' Committee announce that they will stand with open ears. Please do not keep them waiting ! _ The jingle of silver is not far off. The House certainly deserves credit for the prompt? ness with which it ami its Committee on Ap? propriations have acted upon the Silver Cur? rency bill coming from the?Senate. The opera? tion of this mcasuro will probably be in good time for the Centennial, and our foreign visit? ors will tin?! that our citizens?at least as to small chiin?-?'?follow the citstoms of civiliza? tion, and pay their way in honest coin. Perhaps there is nothing personal in it, but the Senate has followed the toad of the House in contracting Gen. Bahi-nck's powers and inahing Ul title of Coiumis?ioiier of Public Building! and (?rounds merely nominal. He will no longer bra allow???! lo control Um fitnils of the other, which count by millions. Not, however, that Cong-ess has any doubts; for Gen. BaboOO- has himself as.iireil us that hfl is an honorable man, notwithstanding the bui glar conspiracy. Mr. Delano C. Calvin, who has just been chosen Surrogate, was the candid itc whom at the las' electiOB Tin: TsiBUMI thought best tilted for tlu* plaefl and BTgad ils nailers to vote for. We need, therefore? say no ni).re now than to t!i- nk tho Hoard of Aldenaea for the promptneai with which they hive done t!ie proper thing. We believe that Mr. Calvin will make an excellent o!h<'?T. I ami at any rate vc know that his nbiiity is uiiipiestioneil, and that, up to this time, his record has b.-cu pure. The gentleman whom Mr, Cohnn calls "one " Small', y " sontflfl to Cobttrii's rescue with a letter Which Mr. ('??burn had no light to ex? pect from that quarter. How lar it may ex? cuso the CoinmMti e for their failure to follow up the dan furnished by the publication of the. Mnisii and Erani eonttad i?i L873 will be a matter of opinion. luTi-tigations wi-ie not In vo-iic just ;;t tint tiim?, as our <oi:e spondent Btatee; aad that ii just Ott tronido. It would have bien much better f??r the He publican party now if they had been. There is prospect of our nereantito interests being unsettled, as usual during tbfl session of ('?ingress, by a debat?' o\?r ihr Tarjll'. Whether anything will cone ol Mr. Monisou's bill except Speeches and amendnicuts ami the co:i?< queiil uncertainty of businc?? Operation?, may well bfl (loulitctl. The weakness of the ?-?iiI?l>?nt of the miasme is Indicated bj thfl ciieunistai.ee thai the mi??t sensible provision the bill eon? taiiH'd??i Bfroderatfl tax oa tea and eoifee?had to be stricken out before the Committee on Ways and Means would report favorably. -? Pr?'siilet!tial probabililic? are very fully dis eaaaad b our Waahiagtoe ai.d Albany earn? K])Oiidenee, so iar as Coiivenuon work is con eernetL The Republicans, it is pointed out, may be ranged linder three daasea; perhaps the siiiipl'?t d?saignatton lot theai would bei Thrroogh Ii?*i<?:m? is, far Briatow* Moderato IbforiiHis, for 111,line; Non-liefoii.iers, Admin? istration men. On the I >? i.ralle suit- tin divisions ar<> not SO in.mi! ?i, though if i sim? ilar clas?iiication were adopted? the mpportori of Tilden would, of coins.-, rank as the Thor? ough Befonnera. What hi? aflbrto fot refoiai have gained and loat forOov. Tilden as ? can? didato at 1,'tica, i? shown i;i the careful analysis of his Strength given in our Ali?any totter. The abanrd rumor is therein exploded? which has attributed to the Governor's Hipporten the intention to imitate ai I'tici the Syracuse mis takfl of smiling a pledged ?h-h-gation. In that respect, at feast, they arc likely to learn wisdom from their en? no's folly. No one enn rise from the pi in sal of Mr. Charlea O'Conoi's remarkable aildress to the H.ir Association, ?lsewh? re priutt ?1 tliis morn? ing, without a profound ?on?? ioiisiiMl that one of our pure.?t and most emineiit citiz? ns has been brutally tiu<lu?c?l, without pio?.o ciition and without excuse. The only mistake Mr. (?'Conor makes in the matter is in ?lignif1 ing the attach by making to it s?> comliisivc and ?rushing a reply. ?Character counts for some? thing, and he had'a right to assume that, with? out his uttering one word, New-York would decide betw?en him ami his as? sailants, by hustling them out of court. The time chosen for making tlies?> charges was even more disgraceful than anything else about them. Mr. 0'Conor has but recently recovered from a ?protracted illness, in which for weeks his life was despair? ?1 of, uml the whole city waited for his last breath. Returning from the jaws of death, he made his first appearance in behalf of a public charity, and his next in the court-room in aid of the prosecution against our municipal thieves. That pros?Milion he has vigorously conducted lor years, bringing to the rescue of New-York from the lung that had ruled her the best resources of the foremost of our lawyers, and ?I?;voting all these to the service of the city absolutely without tee or hope of reward. If such a man, at such a time, can be met by so wanton and baseless a charge, what limit shall anywhere be set t0 reckless defamation ? OF IRTRSTIQATIONB. There is a very large class of citizens and TOton in this country who are watching the progress of the many investigations at Wash? ington with great and anxious interest, but with almost perfect freedom from partisanship and prejudice. They do not so much darin that a party should be besmirched ?ls that the Government should be purified. They want purification rather than ?hange. They are not so hot and unreasonable in tln-ir anger at what has been dune in the way of maladmin? istration and misgovernment as to jump ?it once to the conclusion that there is no remedy ! but in turning out all who are in, aad bringing hi thoso who are out. If, to use a very old figure, they know the discomfoits of the frying-]),m, they bave a dim suspicion, at least, of the dangers and the torments of tho fire. We suspect that tho Democratic party in Congress, which is undertaking to regain pub? lic confidence by showing how unworthy the opposition is of being trusted, and to estab? lish itself in the offices by proving that the Republicans have been corrupt in administer? ing them, entirely misapprehends the temper of this class. These voters ure not to be wo mere demonstrations of Republican incap or proofs of Republican betrayals of trust matter how clear and convincing may l>e. Lying buck of all the posures wbich ou the tongue of to disgrace the Republi? ?m party, the nenio? themselves have a record on which the l\ timo after time nnd year after year havi fused to trust tliem. Tiny have done and doing nothing in the way of making a be The task the} have set themselves to is ply to make their opponent odious, witl in any way eoamending thenlaehrei by positive policy to tin; place left vacant in conlideiice of the people. Tin. _______ repeatedly poiitied out tic mistake they ? in pursuing this (-oiii-sc. It has *T,?n<- ae we confess, from any special soli.ilude for success of Democracy as a political organ tion, b,it from a sincere desire for the ci try's good ami for the pari.cation of hotli | tie-, with that end in view. That the Democratic leaders have iirni all counsel und disregarded ?ill ?t.lviec ?ti matter is only too plain. They have b Mind t<? everything except the follies i crimes of their opponents ; mid of these t make so much that tin re il milly dangM their fatally oveirdofag it. Vast as luis b tin- system of corruption and Intrigue wh baa grawn up under the preeenl Adminisl tion, the American People v. ill not lwli? re, is it the fact, that there is no parity left u: where in public life, no honesty in any brai of the public sei vice. The Republican party ! Bnflbred from the wore?! leadership that e cursed mi org uii'.atioii ; it has adhered Mini to it, and 1>< <-ii 1? ?1 in spit?- of waning I protest to defeat aid dieeeter\ bol it is i possible to make tin' People believe that I t.iint of diahoneety i? ao universal that ao ? in the patty has escaped i<. And yet the effa of the Inrestigal ttt hardly stop abort <?f t!i They aim to smutch erery body ami en thing thai bean the aaiae or the r-1 ??m i * <>i t Opposition. 1'aitisaiisliip BM ina'le them credoIons of chargea eaninal opponeata tl they sii'p at nothing la the way rumor bower, r ragtte, ot of aerhaatl however indefinita and unreasonable. Tl policy is far Iroin being wise. T_in lag men arc not so ered-loua? The v??t. whose ai'l tiny BM- have not entirely b their confidence in free ?iislitulioiis or tin faith in man. Simply becanee there have ln?< so many ami mi? h damaging disclosures, tie ?in? not going to rush to the conclusion th whatever is said t?? the diacri ?lit of aa ??fiici is neeeasarily trae. There la danger of can in?.' thing! so far ii'ul with so high a hand to prodnee a popalar reaction and a tere against1 ?i qrataai ot ?ireatigationa, which i? i ?learly iilatigated by parttaanahip and whit -pares no OM and haves BOthiog out <,f ti wroch ?>f the nation's good nanMB. That ?ireatigationa were demanded haa bet clearly shown by the results already rvachei l>y no one has the demand been more emphi si/.! d ami persisted in than 'I'm: Tninunn. has borne mm h abnaa for it, but events bat shown that, it had as good reason fur its ?.??ir? as they had for ahne?ig it, who bare bee fourni ?mt in wron_*d_ing. Bat the Im-in.. of inrcstigntion ahopld be Judicially con ducted, and not handled merely as a putis.i weapon. It i? ??isv to create sympathy for poison or a party falsely aeeneed. F.?r t!ii r? ?iKoii, aside from the ab-tta?t justice ?.?hi? should be Bought, th?- inreatigMton ah*-?Id b sure oi erery ? r : ? ? i * ??J th? ir progre a and <?r .-ver step by which tiny reach the concltnioo a 1,'iiilt. Then is danger thai the party ol in v.'sti;.';iiiiiiis in Congreso, bj theb redr?leeanea in pursuing iiinoeent peraona and their eager MM to maheloog indictments an?| overwhelm ing eharpes njMinst thOM who are nctuull; gnflty of puniabable offenaee, may go ju-t f?i enough to turn the enrreut ol popular itnli_ nation away from th"-.- whom the] piosnnt? and agniofll tbemaelrea. There is a qaaial oh story told of ? nrage who, baring been hi daced by a Christian mlasionarj to accept th. story ol Jonah in the whale's billy, wa- 1 ? ? along Into a belie! in various other ?eriptnra miiaclcs until he cairn- to tic fmdiag of tin multitude, when be mid, ?'There, l don*l bo " lieve it; and now 1 <lo:i't In lieve >onr lisl "story, either?*1 There was aomethiiig ol hninaii nature in tin- MTOgB. We eomUM-m' I'ic story to the thoUgfatfal coUsiilcratioii ol Congress. _ A VI l:Y UNSEASONABLE ASSOCIATION. Mr. I ?avid J. PiUsWorth, ?i uei.th inan with whom WO have not the pleasui. ?mil honor ?>l a personal ac?piaiiit.niee, was n Day Inspectot ill the Custom-'.oil.?', ami inspect? ?I, we pie s'line, aeeording t<? tin- light rooehaaled 'u him. " Was," w.- say. Mr. Pill-worth has hi. n ejected. It is not creditable to his pr?den, e, but the fact is, Indulging in th?- iilisiud luiuy of views, and Bhandoning himself to the ?11 - Hpation of opinkma, Mr. 1'. " voteil and worked "for an unple.li.iil delegation to the late Be? "publican Blata ('i.iiveiitioii,'' and be no longer inspects. All shrewd people will admit that it is his own fault; that he has bien the archi? tect of his own ruin and exceeding eunningfai his own oveilhrow. The business of timan who holds u position in the Custom-home is to do as the Custom-house does, to say as it says, to think as it thinks, and to vote ns it votes. Men who want to frisk about ami be politically unsteady have no ri^ht to ollice. Put '(in out, and particularly P?Uworth! The Twenty-isiMond Ward Republican ft BSP dation of 11 rook 1yn, it seems to us, needn't make an ass of itself in it? sympathy for the now acephalous 1'ilNworth. It has pOMOd a solemn stack of i ?solutions letting forth that Mr. I'illsworth is the victim of "oppreo?re " prai-tices" of a.sort whidi are " subversivo of "manly independence," ns if that sort of mer? chandise wen; desirable. The Association, wo observe, labors under several hallucinations. It complains of " selfish men who regard the "politics of the country only as a held "for their private ?iirgruiidi/cmcnt, and "the people- ollice?, only as a private "stock to buy and well," Well, that is the way we umlerslaii I it. Politics is just that. The ottOM are just that. The business of ofltoe-hold?n is to siist;iin the Appointing Power. We can prove it, just as sure as logic is logic. If there were no Appointing Power there could 1m- no olliics. If there were no offices then could be noofl?eera. An Insi?ector is to do as he is ordered to do by those who feed him. If he declines, i/SSfeTStt he 00?Ml to be BU Inspector. I'illsworth mutinied. Ho has therefore been pitched overboard, most rigbteoo?ty pitched! end yet Tw___y?*jeeond Warden of Drooa_ya eonplain ! Two things have bien ?settled by the Ad? ministration party calling it.self Republican. The Hist is, that it has the perpetuity of this Hepublic iu iU most holy keeping] a;.d sec? ondly, it holds that the least dissatislaction with its doings is a suthcient cause for tho proscription of any man. Why blame it t It is simply acting iu self-defense. It is con? trolled by precisely the same iustiiicts which y govern a dog with a bom? in his mouth duly estimates the loveliness of posses. Not, certainly, that all its members are pu Bellish ; there are Senators, no ?loubt, who If under the impression that the Kept couldn't go on without them. They mus sustained. Tlu?y must be supported. 1 must have matters their own way ; and ? their personal prejudices must be respec It was for this reas'in liccessaiy to reject Dana's nomination. It would have 1 ruinous to the party, because the great g of the party didn't like it. Tin1 Picsit was savi'tl from the con.sequenc?'s of his ( folly. It was for this reason necessary behead Pillsworth. And yef the Twi i second Ward ltVpublican Association c< plains! _________________ AMKBICAN ?t. ENOLISR CRITICISM. Now thai th?' MOaden outcry made in 1 gland on behalf of an American author, ??ompanied as it was with vulgar insult of other and purer n-presentativi s of our lite tin?', has provoked a prot?'.st ?ven tin-re, may appropriately present ?i clearer expia: tion ot the phenomenon than has yet I? giv?-n on ?ither sid<- ?if the Allanlic Scare fi'ty yean have ?lapsed rinn the hist g?n alion of American authors was < onteiiiptinu ignored in ?England ; al present cries <?f won? and enthusiasm greet the young?-.?! and n? extravagant of our wiit?rs, even before so ??I them hare acquire?! any ?li?tinct recogniti at home. We, who are familiar with an ltitho nuil? rial, are not allowed time to deci whether he has used it in ac?< nlaiico witht best laws of his ml ; we ; re a<< i:s< ?1 of blin n< ss or coldness, if we ?lo not directly f apon our knees bc?iile our English friends a; thank heaven as fervently as they. We may ha pardoned for ?referring m non to Mr. Walt Whitman's case, since has been dragged into such ?proninence. He he was lirst known as "Walter Whitman," writer of conventional stories and pner niosily in rhyme. Tailing to a hieve litera ?lislniction, lu? made a bold and in ?me sens? wm infill ?xpeiinK nt. He published a woi in which we n <ogiii/e<l three m parate cl menta, cariooslj blended by his strong Ind viilu.ility. Tin ic was the old ti nil? revenu? for the hiimati body and ?blight in all i functions; there was a strong reflection i Buenon*! democratic philosophy] ami final] there was tin- slang, coaisenis.? and ?:ggie?.i?. insouciance of the Ntw-Yoik How? ry boy. was a (liaos, pierced here and then by spiel ?li?- phrans. We adnowtodtnd the rod military genus, I>ut we could not find the (b Veloped poetic intelligence : it was p rha| gi-nius. but about three generations in advanc of biita. Ii aroased nach the sane interei in the reader as it' he hal lifted the lid of th author's brain, and were walching the hitter' thoughts, impulse.? and appetites seething an breaking like bubbles in acildnm. li WS similar in character to the ?".p?riment whic Roanean Insiaeerety tried,?but not dnrini his life. Any man who free? his na.ure fr?u its last marre ami exhibits bimself wholly t. his fello'v-inen, will n??vcr buk a eortain BOU Imi of anleiit admirers. He Spoahs for all im pa?ses which hive not learned the disiiolim "t ? m.:int, yet lack the courage to expr. s tbensclre*. In England, when ?"restraint Isth? sever?' and ?v? r-watehfiil principle of Society such a Mbarbarie ynwp ?* sounded ora ih? roofs of the world must have been Startling bu not wholly unwell nine. In this country, how ever, we cannot fee the sane iifwnllj for tin? atternnee. it li typii'al of a (-??million from which in?.-! ssei ol eaiinst ?ni? lli_i'ice ainoig u? are trying ti eseipe. We have ?'Dough, and moi" than enough, of liut'i's ??veil ch-mut*. in our Am? lie.in lile; ve crave the attainment. of that harmony in literary achiceiuetit wli!?h will n?lore to us the |o.| bless? ing of n-pose. In England, we are forced t'. a .nun-, tl.ppoaite process has bei n goinn on. The ?English brain, Mas? with napectable pmpiu ins ol utterance, surfeited with decor? mi? eh gann of styl?', h startle?! into a new ami refreshina senn of lib- bj intellectual phe iiniin na. which may amii?e us for u w hile by ?their nt] c\li.ivaganct', but an tolerably sun? to tire us in the end. sinci we never es? ape their weaher eteboee, The general ignorance, in Kn.rlaiul.ol the crude .?menean material u?i d by (?m authors, is something astonishing. Most of the critics there may be likened to thai greea tourist who ?ame to Near-York expect* mi: to hunt beats ami buffaloes in Ifobohon. Win n an American poet stagl of his native clover, robins, larks, elms, and wild roses, he is immediati ly sconsed of eopying English models, " Why," ashed The Fbrisightlp /.'?'ihm? a few years ago, "does he not sing of prairie " ?logs and butl.il?>-grass ? ' With so many degrees o? 1.il ilude, Mich large lakes, such long und so very muddy river-?, whv ?lo WC Hot in iiigur.it?'a national lit? ?ature of giaml, pecu? liar, ami surprising forais 1 Thus ii happens that nothing is too gro!? s<pie, nothing too lawless, nothing too ?'<>ai?e. tor tlie ov< rcloycd palates of a huge dan Of En gli.?h authors and read? is. They an? s<, tin-d of hoi-bran peaehn ami grapes, that they find a str?ng?; ?blight in the pucker of the unripe persimmon. An American pOOat, to be enjoy - able to them, must be w? II poppend with bloody ami burning ?ulj?-?'fives. They place tlio simulated savagery of .lompiin Miller beside the pan ami serene muse of Longfellow. P?M is malted to the ran I? of a 1? ?uler and path? finder; Mr. Charles I'eadc calls a humorist whose work has almost vanished from our comic literature, "Artenos the Delicious," anil now Mr. Ibichanan hails Whitman in terms tilting to no one less than Homer ami Moses combined. It was the search for a new fiara which detomined the character of Mor? ris's ami BoasettFs poetry; and wo ciinnot therefore withhold ?i certain degree of sympa? thy from Ifr. Huchanan, who, after half a ?lo/? n ditferent aii?l ??pially "hnpetatc attempts, has not yet been successful. Our American taste in literature may possi sibly be immature, but it is still healthy. We enjoy the realism of ?Imbl's " Margaret," iu spite of its fantastic style; we read with satis? faction the earliest, ami still the lx-st, of our Marie writ? is, Li,'nt. Derby (".lohn I'lneiiix"), whom tho Knglish do not seem to know at all; we rccognue the genius of llret Hatte without waiting for th? ir indorsement. Tho raptures they bestow upon .Mark Twain have not damaged the pur?? ideal of Humor which Lowell has given us. Whatever is ?li?tinctively American in our literature, provided it bo truly, vigorously, and pie turesipiely embodieil, is more weh'omo to us than it tan possibly bo to any others who use the ?same tongue. Hut, precisely in regard to such works, we claim the critical right of knowleilgo ovit ignorauc?. We applaud tho effort of tnty earnest mind to express itself, without affectation, in thoso simple and stately forms which can never pall while health and wholesome faro remain the best needs of mail. And, by the same principle, we refuse to encourage the skill which seeks to exalt itself by dis? torting the simple truth of Nature. Heretofore we have responded rather too readily to the taste and critical judgment of England, be? cause ber voice seemed to us, if not that of posterity, at least that of an intelligent and impartial cotemjsirary. There is now a point of divergence, the causes of which we have presented in outline; they might be -fa?tented much more widely. A few of our writers may still acknowledge the old authority, and endeavor to share in its present morbid ?rav iag for new and strong sensations; but by far the greater part will cling with independent faith to their own convictions. It is a case when they may justly claim, not equality, but superiority of intelligence; and their revoca? tion of an English verdict carries with it the power to make their own accepted, now and henceforlh. _ PBINCBB OF COMMERCE. Tho review of Mr. Alexander T. Stewart's history as B merchant, brought vividly before the public by his death, suggests more tiian one larger characteristic of tho profession which he developed during his career. In looking back to those splendid periods of com nier? i.il enterprise, the histories whereof seem to bo written in gild, d letters, in the vain effort to discover another man who, after being able to count the years of his business lile by the millions of his winnings, died as the richest merchant in the world, we are struck with curious points of NMMOlance no ICM than of unlikenes.4. There maybe genius, no less than the powers of knowledge and will, even in material pursuits : there ?? ?-?-Mainly the same ?litIV_euM of vision, of administra*?re capacity, and of large, all-? m brneing foresight, which distinguishes tho statesman from the, petty politician, or tho c!;is-ic author from the penny-a-lincr. The spirit which we cannot dissociate from a certain vulgarity when it tramps from house to bot?- as a country peibllcr, rises into almo-t epic dignity when it plants its centers of operation in Europe and BtretehM ?is hands to throw the sliutili's of Cashim re and Cathay. In the fair and heroic form of .Jason we have the mythical presentation of the first trader ; but the more comprehensive "system of com? i?, ic.? which the, Elm nie?ans originated, and the Carthaginians continued with such meeeea, has left us scanty records of individual enter? prise. Neglected by the haughty citizens of Borne, and Interrupted by the wan of the Em? pire, c.iinicice very slowly grew into its place. M Ml .Iciiie?t in the political economy of na? tions. For centuries its spheres of operation wen I .n limited and uncertain ; and the an? nal- of p< noun! daring, ?nti-lligence, and suc? cess date from the rise of the RepubUM of Ventee, Qenoa, and Ploronee? Then, first, merchants learned to plant the Bret sources of their power in far-off regions, and MC?IB that \ power by the eontrol of brooder markets at home. Mm this was, in all ? as? s, ?\ work of time: one !if<- never aciu?veil the highest dis? tinction. The work vis tranamitted from father tO son, slowly enlarging its bounds, and constantly checked by the difficulty and danger if communieation with distant lands. The lawleeancM of a Tartar tribe in Centn! Asia, I saml-siorm on the Syrian 1>. sert, or the breaking out ol plague in the porteof the Levant, might sweep away the fruits of many years of watchful toil. The M?.lici traded for a hun? dred yeai ? bcfoic they wtie haughty enough to place the pills symbolizing their name upon mi aristocratic eaeutcheon. A century and a ball intervened between poor Fugger the ?reaver, and his deaoendant, Count Anton ru:r_Ti, win? kindled a ii;?' ol cinnamon wood in tli?? chamber ??f tin Emperor CharlM V. mid binned therein the evidences of the great loan by ?hieb he bad enabled that monarch to ii.i?l.il ike his expedition against Algiers. In all (he eminent commei.ial families of the Middle Ages then grew up a traditional husi aoaj policy, which, impreeaed upon the subordi nates implo? ?d. both ?it home and abroad, bore si-iue r? s? m?dame to the organization of a State. The head "I the linn, in the BO?TM of thne or '??nr gineiations, aci|iiiring high, r cul? ture and prouder instincts, diiecte.l his .'iitcr priai - rerj much m the manner <>f ?t r.-L: ng prineei and profeeeionel as well m penonal unbition led him t.? seek positions of social or political influence. The tntudtion from a eon? ineicial tO a politieal field Of aclivity, as in the case of Cosmo de' Me lici, was thus u natu? ral one. The r<cent politieal history of En irlainl abounds with instances of u similar transfer of a?lininistrativo talents developed in trade M manufactures. Mr. Btewart- career, while r sembling that nf hin famous predeceaaon in its main out? lines, has been made possible by the general prognM of the world. The lapid growth of nil civilised races, extension of intercourse, swiftness and security <>t ?'oinniuniciitioii, and ?in unexampled increase in the BM of the fabrica in which be dealt, were all new ad? vantages which he employed with equal intel? ligence. No doubt he was familiar with the history of the great Italian and Gorman mer- i ?liants; ?111,1 it wiis no ignoble ambition to tpply the broad principles of their system i?f business to the conditions of our day. An instinct of wisdom, as well as of Batan) integrity, prompted the establishment of a confidence such as they al-o assiduously kept alive; and dually, to complete the simil? itude, the only other strong aspiration which he ever betrayed was for an important posi? tion in tho (?overninent. The offer which lie made in Hit? hop?? of obtaining it reminds us of Anton Eugger's haughty prodigality. Thus, in the course of his life as in his busi? ness, he represents at least three genera? tions of a medieval commercial house,? ?uni this is a fair illustration of the more rapid movement of all forms of huinuu development in our time. But, to offset what? ever danger muy lio in the possibility of auch vast personal success, wo now have the total nbolition of guilds and privileges everywhere, L'ominuiiications free to all, and the multipli i\ui??u of products which no single mercan? tile power will ever be able again to monopo? lize. The field is still open to every young man papable of seeing a distant yet attainable Ideal beckoning through the weariness and drudgery oi tho early years of a business life. Mr. Kichnrd A. Proctor assured his friends after his BN?table lecturing amagalga two years ago, that he was BOi going to write a book on Atnericu. Perhaps ho will change his mind on his second re? turn from these short-, for BO lias evidently BOM I'ollecting material after the usual stylo of tho Hritish tourist. Hero is a sample of his observa? tions, lroin it letter over his signature in The English Mu hanie. After due reference to the Klijah Pogram men? iu Martin Chuzzlewjt, and a deprecating re iiiurk to the ellect that it seems unfair to describe occasional peculiarities aa characteristic of the nation, anil an admission that he had uot seen a sin? glo instance of the, sort before, he relates his expa rii.nco ut Des Moines, Iowa, os follows: A person iu the ?tarb of a gentleman, save for bli dis? play of riuas ami breastpin, was waiting till bis tea slioulil ba brougnt. Oro? ins weary, or perhaps ?tlm-a lated by the praseucs ot " a stranger,1' Le bo_au to wUUe away time by sue'dn?- th? Ms<ls of tila brenkfast-knt-L preparing, as It were, for action. Present?/ |?, ?jim^JJ the blade into the suxar-basl:;, uud liclccd off the sa_? thus secured, lie next tried wlt*i the name knlf? +???1 11 .-am wltlrb stood in a ifnblet for .'< lierai ua.-. Alter tb_ he alternated between the cream and s>i?;ar, using k_ ktilftvbl-de steadily, some IKp Inches disappcai\ns? W1jjj? in hm lip? at each effort. 1 Ltrr,* ?m a cotubinatlos of honors ab'iut the entire pro??? ??. enhanced by a ih <mi? elbow play which seeina eb_acler_Uc of Wwtern u*eA. lux. In fact most Americanr out here stem all ??!l>7w?? and wri-il when eating, luat as when sit'inZ they seem all boots. To-fa/ I obscrvi?d at t_j railway lireakf,i?t that the polytrniisl oui'Im ol an originally round piece of butter mm inore aimn" liant I v adorned wit li pvavy, yolk of egg, fragtrienta <>* vegetable, and ho forth, than la customs ry in ivtMai regtoae. suggesting the ?fr?quent use of I? wa otht r tbaa the huttcr-Unlfe; but uft.T that tlr.it ink t avoid 4 further research. I am. therefore, nnabi to deserihe tt)?t actual knife practice which took plac on tin? ocean-. On the whole, I shall not b?? sorry to tln-t Wjrself M*? l?. uis :in?i Cateaga agiiiii. where any t niteuojr toward hnstlslttj Is restrained l?> the good sena? >f the ma|ortt* Aimiy iMt?',nothing l'kir wbul I bar? dtMoribt-t ?, tyL to bo seen lu those part? of either city where-tea" ?a? ?I.? congregate." I would sot have it ?upi?-?* ,i tin t n.^ offenses uro ('ominon here In the West, bat I hold tint a ?'oiniiiunity of ?civilised bi lugs should so tun', auch of. fen??-? as to make th.-iu lmi?osslble. The fault _ .,?t. result of mero Ignorance?It is a willful oifcuso again?? decency. Whea Mr. Proctor next visits Des Moines it would Le prudent for liim to engage board iu advanc* w?t? aomo psnWal ?ii"iiii. PEHSOSAL. Prof, liayden was recently elected a uif-mber of the In?penal Society of Naturalist? of Mo?e.,w. KhmU, The Baptist- of Connecticut have collects! ?2S.000 toward the imposed Ceut?.-n_i.il find ol ???100,. 000 for s?iiil)i-Id Institute. Tbe reported founding of ?*i Chinen profe*. sorshlp at Yale an?! the BffSlatSBSat of Mr. S.U. Wit llama to I he chair, Is pronounced incurr? ct. I-resident-i-leet Prado of Peru left the city last ?-.en'iig for Niagara l'a?la. He will retain to X??w* York on l-'ri.lay or "?aturdjy of this week. One of th'* trustees of Wesleyan Unirenirr. whose i.aiuc hat; not been m At jiubiic. has giv? n -??'i.OOO toward the !??">? ?O,?**) endownieut fund of that iii.?titu tion. A miintiseript copy of the Koran, eoph d by the Caliph O.uniiii, the third after th? prophet Mo'inmmejd, is in the Impel ial Library at 81. Petersburg. It formed apart of tho library of S;.inan.'and, i.? 1,'.?S1 y? tort old, ami heefS trace.? of 111?' blood that ?piirtcd on it? pag ? wheu OsOttfl ?\ IS Stabbed while r.-a.iiie,' it. A gentleman who has risited Mr. Alexander II. MSffesrSS writes lo Tie < oltimbus (<?a.) Times tSSi hi? condition is not so favorable SS ha? been reported. II* ha? sat up only win n propp-d up lu !?c- . to take his un al?. Hi.? piiy-ii-i)iiii bellera that ho will grsdaallj reeerar, but Ifr. Stephens ?loes not shsre m tlietrhopes, Heap. peora to belle?re thai hswOl never recover, nud tint lis will not live inueli lonji-er. The violin which once belonged to the Count Frautnianiisdorf. Qfaad K??uerry t.. the B-ipSfOI CkstkS VI., was sold at Dresden recently. It was puretassl from the eele!>iiit<-d maker, PMSsr. on the t.)!!?,wlnj siii,'iilare(?n?lllliins: The ('???nit paM In sash ?-'. leildea earoluses. undei taking to supply Irai BS iMf M l.? ?lied, with a good dinner every day, LOO florins lu spesls every month.* iii-w suit of cl? t re--. M Hi) ?? Ail fi ",'?'?'.? r/year, m ??il sa two eaaks of beor, lo.!,"ng, tii in^r, and ii,.-i)iing, and further, If be ahoald marry, ,i* man/ bares m is might want, with two ba.-k.-t? ?>f trait ?iiiniu!l>- fi.rliim* s-If, ami M many more for Ms old inns.-. A? BtalaaS !,v.-.1 L6 roaa art?irward, the violin must have ooat tha ?'. ui.t ?ib?OOO tl.iriiM in . ih. ?ne Instrument, wbick aras last la the hoods of on iustrlan nobleman, was sold to a Bssshn ftri t.trtriT thslit thoto&Eay?n7o\ Mr. If. I), t'onway in his fust letter to The Cincinnati ('unmercial aft?rr Us n turn to I/na'am baa thu bit of K.tsslp: "An old SSSMS-J cone.?-raia? tbs yueeii has reeu.iy be.-:; rc\hcl, an.! It ha.? beca ahowa to have a ?I?-? per h.'ld on tii?- ??op'.l.ir mind than hid been lmai-iii'-d. (Hi t!u- .hiy hi-.'nie tue leie? n went in ?tale to the Kast End of I.oudon, a uian i>ni;i?I?'?i I.?.4i- nt--t I? _r lng S plaiai'l on wh??li was print, d m large I'ltert, ?Win j,,i.n Brown <.? toWUusaapair ThsohaeslssB Jo!)u Brown util, in u promu.? :it way, appi ar at Um royal ter? :iii??:i.i!, and, lin. i^h the re pilar ne? ?papera did sal not.ee tin- f.i?*t, he was Jeered, at aloag the root? bytht eiov.-iln. Ido not mention this ti eaussl believe there ll aux foundation for the acsndal in taeatioa, hot ??.:!y to noie it as additional en*1<*noe toal tbe senumeat ones snrroundlngtbe throns in ''iis e..uii'-? ha? dUtiDctly fallen. II?ir Ma.).-?:?'? dis ?pcar.i.ie. frtun pahllS iifs low?.i-e.i it, and iier reo? nt leaaional ?pearaaeeslewat it .-?ill lien-?.". In plain tr> la, the i'i?? a is verr hometr, and she sots no lovelier fa? un.i it n a question wbloS notares ti:o ??tiiteiiess i rr theatr ait Prhna Mlalster can d-cld?) whether the I iterof ti. ? ?axllsh tbroaeIs mure dnnuiird by herupp? i. laOOS m State0T 1?^ Ue? s, c.u* siou." _______-_______.? l'OLITlt A I, S01E?. The Buffalo Rlaine ( lui? now daims a mem liershli? Ot ?OO. T>? -au heir tli-t. ?Ir. Ua? ncll 1 (,en. Winfield B. l.'ancock is sai?l to be the favorita saadidata of the HlHaanSa DsKosnSs for th? I'le-.'! n,-v. OflMa] returns from tLe Hid Connect ?cut District make oven a bitter showi gior Mi. Wo!;? t..?.n the newspaper rei?orts did. Ho Bid d?.wu ''..; l'ua?lty e ,-Stasi him I ? 600^ and the majorII f t?. lo ?.,???. i-ail esr* r'.eii New-LoodoB Ckniaty by so voies, a^aic.t ? BepsHk can '?iijuriiy of *J7d in 1-*?."> B< nt ii.v liii-tov.'-? lack cf a jmblie record N ??"r t is kroahl_M th?' Dsaoeratiejoaraala now. Ti?ey thin? t wonal be MssnssM for tin- cou:it:y ;.) th ? t aa uukr." vn nein to the Presidency. It In a kit,it (! a! bet* ter to 1 ave too Itttls re.i.ril than too ?JMSSh, Mr. Ur :ow'l m.iv in abort, but there am no .?p<>;.? on it. Then Is a Dennerat*k papn in Wlseonafai whii !i loes not believe the roiinocticut tent tlou sm ?thsd the ;..; ,l to a DSBSMSSMS national vh'i? ry It U ?he llil* intu?.'. Times, anil It eays: "Every r? ?pect-ii?ie I'.-ino stalle press BB-Ststands that thai iiu-tst.on remain.? to bs ??cil ,1 ?,? tho Stand Its psrl| Is to take lu favor of hornet m. 'ii y, bj the exeell? nee of the raadldate '.t Is t.? pal up, and i y il??' partisan and qut allouai)!? chara? ter of the u- pu >, ?.i candidate.** BenatBt H;unlin continue.?*, to receive the fond all? nu.?iis of the new-papers. The Vtica Obserrer has e:n!>a!m. d his postai;?' views iu verse which wii! I ? liabls to live a C" ?I deal longer than any rveoHectlon of tha beuatoi's statt-sinanship. " As near ns "*e can a * al lliiiilm's idea of a schedule of pOStsI ci;:irp?s," a iv? tha editor, " he would have?a oi-e-eeut stamp for aciieulalr, u two-cent ?.tamp for a seiiled lettair, a t?n-e!:t ?ian.p f.?r a aewspepeir, and a itreat !>;i,* f.-ank for the S.-ni'ti'ir. Hump, Uamilal up and tear! Uo for the fn.-i.dlrss iiew.?pipair!" The Sprint/field Republican makes c?Tt.iia st.u? nient?, al. .nt Presidential preferences iu New-En* Kl.i?d, which ilo not wem to he well ? uLaine.l. It fcetlS Senator D.iwea, Oov. Kiee, the Messrs. Hoar and l'rof. Seelye OS oppoi.tl to Mr. liiaiue. Hetter lnform:it!"n th II'.n-, that all of these Keiitleiucu uro very frit n.lly to BI Bias's ii.iiiilna'lou. while more Ih m one of th.-in :- SO tively war_ln?- th efor. I'he same co'.rectioii Is EOS SI la Jinl.-e Poland Iu Vcrniont.uud the 11.? t aright he Sf> tended ?netetery l!nst?iw has ma j Meads sad ai liurers in Ncw-EukIauiI. but there i.? an evidi lit illapo4? tion amona tbe active Kepublicaus there lo sli?K to their ott n candidate. The Hon. B. F. Wade desires to have it un ilcrnt.H.d tlmt he is a thoroughgoing Hayes msn. despite th?- many ruiuors to tlie contrary. Ht says in :i ihi1"'..?':m4 letter: " My i-1-etion as a deli >;ate to the VsUoaal Con? vention took mo by 8iirpii.?e. Hal I Ix-en pre?. BSj I should have declined tbe honor; but I e^u assm | ?u that ?Jov. Hayes has no bctivr Irleud lu the lVi.?i i:!ion than niyself. And on tin? aei.tlaieut I am in full a? erd with the ilcleKatlon of oar district, and I shall thank (i.-lif we shall be able to ^et as IM?! a man .'or ?mr standard-bearer in the eomtna ele.-tiou. Ani I thai make slni'ere and saraasl endeavor in the Con v. ntiou to secure his u uiiiiiatiou." A new nnd ? banning anecdote of our Senator of tLe Bapsn 1. oks has been ?.?lit out l.y a W.i.hlliKtoU coriespoii.leut. Il uliows that, in addition to i " raSfiSli cent ti.iK')" and "liiaclnth locks," our favor te ?en tiaiS m???? of tlmt (i.ii.-aie ? i.ii.ii,iv v ?hteh does bha loan Ho was sill?n?" ?it dinier St "Waiailej S *? WsshlSSln A UinpUnir; kast wa? Hi'.ead lieforc him. of whin. ? ?? ...? paita'.ini' with fastnl oils taste. A friend, aiutiu'.i-'l more by sattS-ftan than ?li. ? le.ion, r.iahesl foi want. paspsi IkS i-re.lt iirali'.", liall'l. and (Oli'.ratiil.lte.l iiim oh de resal? of the ttow-Yort Bepohlkan COnvcuiloa. m* sdranees were cildiv reeelred The ?- ? ? ; ?, l R tlil<et<-tl \?uh hi? nap-fa, i. ok <i n:?t ,t the dina? r. i? ?-a siai.'.i haxi m tl?e friend, and -null) broke out: " fardea un?, sir, but you are aatorated a Ith m. otine." Tim Nitioti.il Coloi.-d Convention vhieh h:?S just u ijourned si Bsshrttls vas un li.u'oiediy i.i ?Ssror "f Pciialor Mm ton for the FtosMSM-f. Why the SM ?blsft did not ludors'? him more sir,iit-ly U explain?''! by tM CDircspondent of The Cincinnati CoKimtroi tl. " l-S ?l"?* tou Iiiteieat isulto,*? ther tin* lavi. ?t in the t'ouveuttsB? aud had It n:.t been I?>r t!.e tle-c Kent.u-ky ?!<-I? ?'?it'"'. who are BriSStW nun, u Morl?n plank uii?-!il ! v 9 9 tt inserled iu the body of t! ??> resilutloi.s, 0VtaM ?hlSlS send-off fi r the I'i? ddcicy. .is it was, to promote hsa inolc liariiiciiy, his Irleiuls, Wl ?> MSSbersd a great lna;o^ lty of I?? C.'UM-niion, mutent' d l!i.'ii.*ei\c? \. Uli a re**" lutlou recitlm; ?hut Morton, ' by his unyielding advoca?"* of Henntor Tim ..Itai'lt'a claims, ? ? ? * deSSgSS the la-.tlu? gratitude of the colored Aiiicrlcini.' '?"h'J really means an .u Im ?'i.i?'):! ol Morto'i for the 1'rest? Uency, whatever the wording way be. Hut to prevent S row iu camp, It was eoueiie?! in the above terms." In the Convention, Mr. Blaine's friends will prefer Mr. llrlstow to Mr. Morton, and Mr. Mortons tuend* will pr?ter Mr. Hrlstow to Mr. llialuo. Mr. llrls? tow can be nomiuated. Mr. Blalne cannot be? Why not fo for Mr. BrUtow ali together aad at, twice 1-inoatoo Let-Id (IndJ