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N.Y., Ap?-!ii*. I'-nxiii lili-, rf-l 2., by mall, Nibl by drug-lit*
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tor Tinir*iii. The?* caaec are ?a?de in L?liea', (lentlemen'*,
ami Boy?' -izr*. in Barat?a, Manaard. and ! -: ahapea, In all
atyieaof ?tiiitav 1 _? and Dnlah, Inr item ?...1 kejf " in??.?-: mort
?sala<_ Amerteau manufactura, Pol la.? '?? desle?a eren
when.. Xu .<? ritri-.n:.aleei itampeJ "<;. w, 1.*,!?!?'? Pat."
under t In? iifji-1. frreiilai*. dew riptivt-and historical. Beul on
emilk-.alii, l,y tin Matiiitacturei*. J. A. Bum*? .-. t 1 ., ?1
Mulileu lane. Si?w Ytn_.
Thk BitST Lawtebs' Offices.?Th? n_ve****__l
T*nii?-t 1? tlmi then are ne adSeca tor lawyer* la l-ew-Yort
?omtnnln? all the adTSntagee of those lu Tim r_IBCXBBul.il
U>j4. Tin v art? in tin. !..vt poMtole location, between the ?111
frrent ('n'iiit-r(M>m ?. ?i]i>.-:i.- t!.* t'ttv ll__, uml vrtitnn u
?tout's threw o: ti? I't*?t . -?'ie,.. The* art- beautifully Uni -in ?:
Id a ll_lit-iou,|.M hardireod, arc i!?:-?!!-. Itted ti|.. with
broute hardware, plaui fi**s. marbl* wasb-*t*nda. and In? like
Thevavri' anuaaallj llaai and airy. Tin .: arraurremeui i)i lultei
tor (be ennv,m?m ?? "I lawyer* li perteel Ai 11 ? .1:1 v roons *?*
Breneeiled oiu I?-lia.1 ooininunlcatn,!- v-:;!i ?aeh Other, While
each ha* a ?? ii*i?vi.- oemmunloation viih tb?- lui. and each is
within a i!w,n ?tepi from tiie elerator*. They at* all
hrattd by at? ?m fi -a of ch?ri-t? '1 b* 1 !? v.iti.rs ar?- ill
rectiy scceaalbl* lrom ih* entrase* fronting :in* City
?ill l'ark They mn sni.? in aid* aaB are el IB* bow
e*t ?nrt l??-?t lonslriii ii.,:i. I he lniii.lni- i. n> vr a:.!
eTeryttiii,?. 1? in perteel order. it is sbiolutely
flre-ino.!. Ke in.nrance what ever la needed, an I ?- ?? ? n sates
fur the preeerrstitni ..f important pap. 1-. r ? ,i< sly required
Ko one aceda le i!,> moro than t? 1?hi1_ ibroucba ralteol the
olBcosnow iti-rni-ii't inch, fot lniiain .?. a* :?! i. VatK-erpo-d'?
?to be ?-Untied that thej me BaqneaUoMbly the beet i_ the
Daily TRintsv. Mail 5*_t)?rnl)er8. SI Oper annum.
Bbmi-Wkekly 1 Hint ?.??. Mail Saljrscntars.99 jieriiti.
Wekkly 'llUHt nf.. MailSuliscribers. $_! pel aiiiium.
Tsrras, cash in .iil-.v.?ce.
Aildreis. ? bf. TBIBUBB. NlW-Tttcfc,
Pertont unable <o obtain TilF 1 riiunk m any of the
trains, boat?, or hotels m uhichit is usually sold, uill rou?
ter a favor by htjftrwtint this othce of the arcunutanccs.
up town ailvortiseri, can leiTe their favor? for The Tair.i su
St 1,-3* Bronlway. ?or. il!it-?t.. or MS vv._.>d ?t., cor. Kth ave.
Ke^'??-Oi keVi?lrjitxihum.
Monday, may i, 1*70.
FoRFiON.?In l.oudon tin- Kiist Indian four jkt
cent loan was allott.-.l 102-r, 1-4 iipwanls. __?-?
Mnl?litar Pasha .l.-fi at.il tlic insiimciits, Bad -artet? .1
ASicMie. -- '11..* Railway bill in rrus-iii paa*jB_ it*
Be-tjoiitl rt-iitliiii* by 2<0fl to l?i3. ?- The Algciian
revolt ivas put down.
Uomksth-?The opinion prevailn in WnsliiiiKtfin
that the S?3_wta*?Till ?letitle not to liy Mr. Balkaap.
*=__= t^*?*xr_SBt7*i_iaiicller liit.. t*x]>liiiii>-tl tho Clein
ens-I?ogy a')_-r ae far a* lit? know-? IBjrt?lag alniut
it. _-___. SeiuO?r H.tiika will iiitroilure t.?-ilay a
Hew hill ou siher an?J 9J9U?. ??? (ien. (.'rook prom
lse? protectian to tlic Black Hill* staitts. i_r?: Ex
Congrtsesiiiati VTUt-os tl i-lares tiiat Mr. lilainc'.* IX*
planation at?*.(_T?i* srith the faits. . Jh.-n- i.* :i
rerolt a-juiuei Mr. Spi-nct-r in Alaliaina, anil two
Kepiiblican Conventions are called.
ClTT aki> Sir.fitHAN.?The trihtinal appoint. -.1 t<>
Inveitisrat?* tBe ?"tateniiTit* IfltaSI ('l.arl.-s (?'Conor
conct-riiiui,' Hu* Korroat case, closed the in?iuiry, no
bccumts apre-nring...- - A temporary injunction
BpriSB. the Eli vat? .1 Kailroad slrii? turc in the Ilat
tery Park was graatati. - _-_-"- PSstSUMlM JSBSBI
pointed out shjMtiMwblc fi-attir.-* ol Um new pi,.-,ial
bill. ___- Gold, 11 ?_??%*. 112:*4, HSV OsU >??<"?> t~
the legal-tonder dollar at the lian, xs7,0 ?tats.
Stocks as-Hi ami lower, clo.ving linn on slighl i.'illv.
Thk WbsT.?18*? The Ooveninictit report pre.liits
?Bold and clear weather. -_ In this city, yester?
day, the day wa.? cool and t loinly, ?-???f??g to col.I
and hltwUiriiiK ?^ niriht, thcrinoiiiet.T,,"(> ', ?>H ', li.? '.
By Ista?Bf ?M iiistiiixcnts and BBtcring
ISicsic ill triumph, Mtikhtar Pasha bas SB?
C4*M-(I?'d in stril.iiiK ? heavy hlow at the instir
TCctionary cjhiw. Tho victury may, however,
eventually prove ilaiiiagini. to the Tuilvs, riares
it will inevitiihly make them BlffOgaBt and un
reaiioiiable. _
Bx-CsBgrSBSSSaa Wilson volunteers his (es
tiiiiony in respect to Mr. l?laine and the rail
roiMl bonds. It is brief and to tin* point : .Mr.
Wilson baving made B SBSirMag exam?nation
finds Mr. 1.laine j-iiillless. This sort of thin?
BiU8t prove very di.*eoiiragin?_: to the proprie?
tors of the ivcandal.
In Mexico i?en. Diaz, the revolutionary
leudor, elinij-s t?Tta<*iou?**ly lo Ihe line of the
Rio Grande, bcinsr evidently afi.ud t<> advance
toward ?Monterey until his partisans have made
greater proK-ess olsowheie. The delay is fa?
vorable to the national cause, since it. enables
the (iovernuient to station the army judiciously.
Secretary t.'haui.lcr'.i evidence In-fore the
Real Eslatc Pool Conniiittee puts in a new
light the story of Mrs. Iiof_rjr*, who received
$100 a month for her intltience in keepiiiK
Major Clemens in office. The President, in the
correspondence furnished, appears to have tlis
couiiteiuiii.cd tho arrangement as soon as he
heard of it ; but this fact can only be ile
termined by a careful comparison of the dates
furnished by Secretary Chandler and Mrs.
The decision of th?? United States Supreme
Court in the nimois Railroad Taxation ctsi-s
covers points of importaiice. The Court de?
clare? that the tax ought to bave b-een paid
fint i afterward a suit for rocovorj might have
been in order. But so long a? a tax is con?
stitutional, if levied by a State, it cannot Im?
met beforehand by an injunction, no matter
whetbcc tlicre is irregularity in tlie proceed?
ings, ?rror in the valuation of pr?>pcrty, hard?
ship in the law, or any otlier grievance that a
lawsuit can remedy. The Court also und.?
that tin- Illinois State tax is constitutional, its
application to railroad capital ami franchi?.?'
is legal, and the mode of assessing is equitable.
i?cneral amnesty is becoming more popular
in France. At the great meeting held yester
ility in Lyons it was warmly advocat? -1. In
l'a; is, Louis Wane and \ 'ictor Hit!.'?? were tap.
ttirously applauded wht-n they favored th??
policy of forgiveness. " America," snid the
latter, " imitated us by abolishing datan :
" we shall imitate her by smiting amnesty."
The movenieiit is beget with danger to the
Republicans. If they make amnesty a party
iti'-astire, they will be very generally hit ntili ?!
witli the miadeedi of the Commune ; if they
?lo no!, they will lose tl.e Ma?lieiil support. It
may not lx> too late for the Government to
act more generously, and thus break the for?-??
?if the popular demand?
-?? ?
Though not without good features, the bill
Axing n?'w ratea of postage evidently contain?
many andities, and it needs to l?<? thoughtfully
revised ?before it is adopted. This bill is, bow
ever, better than the avenge of postal meas*
in..? before Congress, one of ?the others, for
instance, providing that letters not fuliv pre?
paid sin,11 be M'nt t?> the Dead Letter Office.
'I'll.' plan <?t Postmash r Jnmra respecting inch
letters m far mot" reasonable, as it content
plates forwarding them when the tender is not
known, anil charging doubl?' rates tor th?? de?
ficiency. This plan would be .still bettor if the
letters were tu be forwarded in all CSSfH, M
the delaj of ?returning tin? letter when its
Bender happens to be Known to Um Ptost-Offlcc,
mu ?; time tim.s out of four In- productive of
a loss compared wUhwhich a little extra poat
sge would be of no moment?
Cen. Belkuap**! impeachment becomes mer.,
ami ni???' a matter ???' doubt, deapite the elab?
orate ceremonies <>l the trial? Senators are
beginning i?> perceive tliat if thej have the
liuhi to try private citizens who aie i,?> longer
in office, there is no end to Hi?- ghosts which a
Democratic House may call up (rom the buried
pea! lor fresh investi.'.iti..n. If Gen. Belkuap
??an he impeached, why cannot, i.u instance,
cx-Sei-ret.iry Delano 1 Hut if the faillit?? l?,
impeach is oonsequehi upon Gen. Belknsp'i
prompt resignation? the people who helped him
in resign must accept t!i?' responsibility for the
failure. Mr. Clymer*! advice to Gen. Belkuap
was certainly very significant, and probably
hastened his application to the President? The
position which Mr. Clymer occnpiei in ?imped
to this advice is precisely the same ?is in re?
gard t.? permitting the flight of the Marshes
to Canalla. ll?> either meant to help (?in.
Belkuap or has a very feeble capacity for lee*
tag beyond his nose.
The systematic abuse of powet. both in innk
ing laws and l-i enforcing Hum, hi?, for years
been the gravest fault of that Republican f.i?
tion which the Administration represents, li
teemed to the majority ??) tin- people time to
?top this Use of th?' powers of < iov.i inn. til, in
order t?i keep a party in power, and therefore
the elections of 187. resulted in ;? Democratic
ii?> - Ii iras a grave and terrible thine that
the power of the Governmrat was so used fot
partiaaa ends; how grave and terrible we shall
not tally appreciate until we lool back at re?
cent events from ?i distance. This ?'lime, fot
yean condemned by tta, we an- by no mean*,
disposed t<> treat lightly, for it i-? immeasurably
mon- dangerous to the country than the per?
sonal corruption of a Cabinet Minister, or the
petty thefts by subordinate ?>iii. ia!>.
The new charge against President (?rant i?
that in a ringle JnstaiHtfi he ha?, ?l.?n.? exactly
what his faction has been doing tor years, and
what h?? was empowered t<> <b> by law? framed
in the interest of that faction. II" need public
money to wenn the inf?ttcai of hi? party, it ii
alleged. That is exactly what hundreds ?>f
appropriation! have been made for, year after
year; exactly what, thousands of ollieials have
been ?selected for; exactly what enforcement
ails and force bills meant. Disregard of pub?
lic Interests lias been OOtOHMMI. What does it
matter whether tin- money was paid to Jobbers,
in consideration ?if large ?subscripttons to party
fund.-?, or to Scent or other agents at the
South or in New-York, or as regular salary to
unnecessary officials, employed only i>? cause
they wen useful to party '/ Morally, there is
no difference. Publie money is taken, in either
ease, lor ases not publie hut partisan? The act
is not the less wrongful when it. i-? done by law,
or under color of law. The member of I'on
gr?'?.s who votes for an appropriation ?Inch he
knows th?- public go?>d does not re.piir?', ?be
cause he hopes that it will ma'<o votes for his
parly, has been guilty of the very same ?rime,
?n a moral wnse, witli which tin? President is
charged. If all that can by any possibility be
alleged Hgrriwi him, in connection with the
Davenport matter, be fully admitted, it
amounts to this: that he has ?lone, in one
other instan.'.-, what his faction has ?lone for
years?he has us??! power for partisan ends.
This is not by any ni?-ans the gravest ?nstame.
Pansido the history of an ?lection at the
South! i'onsid.-r the dispci?,ioii of a legisla?
ture by armed nun! After all tins?* things
aftCC enforcement acts ami lone bills, are we
to go int.) hysterics beoauM the President
csnstd money to '>?? pai?l to Davenpest lor the
prevention of fraud in that locality when
Demoentk election frauds hiive been gnatosl
ami most numerous!
The Denweratk parly is in danger of be*
littling all that it may justly say against the
policy of th?' Republican party by affecting so
much horror over particular and comparatively
Unimportant incidents. When ?I arraigneil the
general policy of the dominant, party toward
the South as ?1?-moralizing, ?langeious, and
subversive <>f bee institutions, the people lis?
tened. Thousands of Republicans refaced to
vote; thousands mon- voled for a change.
Men began to realize that In-edom is a mere
farce ii all the power of the people, once In
trusted !<> a set ?>f mrantaj is used unscrupu?
lously to defeal any ?hange of power. Hut
when tlie Democrats tell us, wilh many a
shiink and a shudd. r, that Mr. Davenport
?pent twenty thou-viml ?lollars in a year, pro?
fessedly in preventing and punishing election
frauds, and really in breaking uj? the
machinery by which Democratic majori?
ties have been manufactured to order
in this city, we fear Unit many sober people
will laugh. Kveryliody knows that HMM and
other infinitely more blameworthy things have
been done, soim-times by legislation, some?
times by forced construction of law, some?
times in gross disreganl of law, to keep the
party in power. If the President really be?
lieved that Davenport's operations wore within
the meaning of tho statute providing means
for the prevention of crimes against the
?United States, he can be blamed, only as his
faction ?-an be justly blamed, for long-co:i
tiniK'd MS of public, power and public money
for partisan ends.
Mr. Boittwoll, as one of the assessors in judg?
ment in the <;asc of W. W. 15? Ikn.ip, privat?!
? ltizen of Iowa, will probably have MUM vivid
nmcmbrancei of another Impeachment, in
which, as one of tlie ???*/***>?, In- displayed
so much tile ami force that he was gratefully
styled "A steady wind blowing aft,"' "A cold
"ami classic Demosthenes." " Th?- black -haired
"Energy of t'a' Proseeutton.*1 ami other nasses
full of metaphor and endearment It is not
probable that. Mr. BoutweU achieved this
oriental luxuriance of till.-by his mathematical
discovery that, the guilt of Andrew .Johnson
was the sun?' multiple ?if the guilt of Caiui
Verres, as the superficial content of the United
States was of the superficial content of the
Island of Sicily ; but, lather on account of the
startling ami perhaps unconstitutional method
of punishment which he ?levis.il as a fit r??tn
bulion for the high crimes and misdemeanors of
the gnat criminal. It. sppean that somewhere
in the Interstellar spaces there is a lonesome
region of which Mr. Houtwell had knowledge,
but whose right SSCCniicn and ?le?'linatioii he
?onc?ale?!, called the "Mole in the Sky,'' and
Into tills. Celestial DryTortUgSS he proposed to
ejaculate Mr. Johnson bodily, and to lean
him then to be preyed upon by ramons for
an Indefinite period.
Now, then is no moral Rule <>f Time by
which we can ??militate tin enormity of Bel*
knap's transgression as compared with Mr.
Johnson's? Neither Cains Vems nor ?my other
man can be utii/.e?! as a common measure in the
?solution of this problem. Andrew Johnson
was without doubt a pi?lihllt person. Ile
Confessed that he had a policy, lb' not only
spoke with disres).t. concerning the Congresi
of the rutted St.t.es, bul it ?vas proved that
he ?lid this in a " loud tone of voice." Ile re
moved a Secretory ??ml appointed another?
II.- even declared that a eertein enactment of
?Congrats was unconstitutional. I'?ut he did not
steal, nor peddle mtlerships, Uflf did his wife
or his brother O-rvfl. The itatesmaa of tin?
pre?! ut day, on the coutraty, bloMOBM out
very naturally im?? lareeny, and a great many
reputable people have come to consider infrac?
tions of th?- eighth commandment improper
an?! demoralising, If a lafe-burglar or laeah?
thi.f, or ?m ?utist win? ha. appropriated th?*
blanket of an Indian not taxed, or who has
absorbed the pay <>t a ?ol.li.-r .?n a frontier
post, or who has mide ils?- of the Se?ret
?Service fund or any other fund that b?louga to
Hum?- ??ne ? Is,., bappeni to I..- investigated l?\
a police Court or similar tribunal, the result
ciin be safely anticipated? Hat when such an
offender ii arraigned before a High Court of
Impeachment^ and is defended by ronnscil in
full evening dress, the event ii mon uncer?
It is of some interest t<? th?> people of the
United stat, s t?? know ?vh:u riews sre enter?
tained by the Senate in regard to the morali?
ties involved in the pending impeachment.
This interest is intensified by th.- apprehension
that Mr. Belkuap may have company] for as
all roadi lend t<? Rome, so every trail of official
putridity p'linis t<? the heart <?i thaw concen?
tric j-?!i_r?* which are known as " Ailmitii-tia
?'tion circles.'1 It ??ill be remembered how
the English language ??a? made buakfupt in
describing Mr. Johnson's crimes, ami how
ciiti-tiau people won edjnred not only to
" burden the mails" with ippcall to the
Senatorial ?out. hut also " to offer Up
"unceasing prayer t.. Almighty ?God*1 that
th.- vengeance <>f an aroused nation
might be executed. Bui the <iu? ?ti?>n now i-,
ju-i when in the s.iile of n,i,id turpitude shall
we rank grand Ian? ny 1 if Mr. Johnson was
t.. I,.- condemned t<? a "gibbet <?f everlasting
" obloipty," wir re shall we hung BelkttUp nml
the lis! f Mr, I.outwell, who keeps ?i:i BStron
omer of hi? own, might do well to hale him
institute a eearch for some mon Holes in the
Sky or oilier unoccupied portions of the uni?
verse into which penal colonies of Secretaries
and executive officers could I?, projected?
Then? an? some excellent things in the
Woo.lin bill relating t?> the City Government
of New-York, as amended in the Home. It
would bo a pit] i<? lose them, ?and yet it would
be belle] to have tin- hill defeated than to let
it become a law without the remove] <>f two
or tnree objectionable provisions which ha'.?: in
some way or another bi en still ahle to hold their
places in it. There is yd linn- t?, take tbeae
out, and if the lull is sinc-icly pres?.<l tot the
saki; ?if the good that is left in it, nml not for
the sake of the jobs which have been mostly
removed, there should be no difficulty in re
1110x1111,' the rest.
Perhaps the most objectionable feature is to
be found in the 19th section. The apparent,
object of this section is excellent, hut th?'
fust Sentones in it may In? construeil
to legalizo old contracts for city improve?
ments, and t.? compel assessments fot the
wotk ?lot!?' und.-r them. Now tin? ?ity
is engaged in lighting many of these
contracts?] they have been vitiah.l
by fraud, and the levying of assessments to
pay for the wotk done under them would re?
sult in gross injustice to the ?ity. To require
such assessment is to enforce robbery.
The last sentence of the 30th section con?
tains an equally ohjieltousMa ?lause, it re?
quires that the whole cost of work for
which assessments ate authorized shall
bemalter be assessed upon the property
benefited by tht? improvement, l.ut pro?
vides that no assessment shall ?x
eeed one-half of the last assessed valuation
of the property. Now it happens thai then
are many millions of properly belonging
to religious charitable and olher institu?
tions, which have M assessed valuation.
They ar?' exempt from taxation, but
ban ne*m been exempt from assess?
ments lor Improvements which benefited
t liiiii. The ?li? ? t of this clause would be
t<? exempt them. The people <>f New-York
have in? such purpose, and they will look with
suspicion upon the skill which iiisinuaU's so
dangerous a privilege in so Innocent a guise.
The ?97th section attempt! the excellent
work of atopping all claims against tlie city
for ?nilcbt?'?lni'ss incurred when then was no
appiopi'iatinn to meet it. It contents
Itaelf, howtver, with simply asking af
lirmative proof that at the time
the Indebtedness was incurred th?-re was an
amount of such appropriation remaining
unexpended sufficient to pay t!ie same.
Hut ut that tinm then may often have
been that amount unexpended, although
obligations for live times the Mtm wire al?
ready Inouned and accruing UKiiinst it. Mani?
festly a coach ami si? ?-mild Ik? driven
through any such clause as that, und legis?
lators ?earneiitJy striving to give the city somo
legal protection which will really protect, can
reilainly improve it. It would be a
pity to loss some things in this bill,
bat bolter lo loso it nil either in the
LegkUiUIS or at the hand;, of the Covemor,
than permit covered way? like these to bfl
burrowed under its san.lion into tho City
Tica.siny. _______________
Senator Morton is n politician whom wo
thoroughly distrust. His methods and bin
policy an? alike bad. We can lianlb' think of I
prominent man now in puM'- life so objectiona?
ble that we should BO. feel bound to siip-wirt
Inni for tin* President'), as against .Mr. Morton.
And yet US cannot, help se.-ing that the
present Democratic attack upon the Indiana
Senator is ingeniously calculated to beget for
him the sympathy and good will of the coun?
try. It proceeds upon the charge that, at the
beginning of the war, when icliel sympa?
thizers controlleil the I.c<_islatiiic of Indiana,
he obtained, as Covcinor of that Stab', a largS
stun of money from the United BtOlSS for ex?
penditure in paying, ctpiippiii':, and arming
troops t.? aid in the suppression of the rebel?
lion. If it can be shown that any pail of thi*
money was taken by Mr. Morton for p?r?
rate use, ?my decent cili/.en would at
least prefer to have the proof before mak
ting the story public. Nobody asserts
such B thin.-*;. The char-re is that the
payment to (!ov. Morton was not strictly v.ar
r,,nl.(l by law because his Stale was not in
rebellion. In short, the Democrats propose to
punish Mr. Morion for taking oU'ective BUSOS
lires against rebellion in Indiana. That is all
then is in the business thus far.
If later evidence warrant.* any question as
to lbs faithful disposition of the money thus
received, it will Ihen be time to consider it.
As (lie case st/nds new, it appears to be
merely another attempt to besmirch S I'rcsi
doiitiiil candidate. The I?ei?ociats will gain
no advaiitaire Iron? the fact that MMDS
of their spokesmen seem lo hail this
atlempt with the more jov, for the reason
that Mr. Morton was ueeedingly tioiihlc-oine
to their party fan 1861. It is not by the
revival of such memories that, the I ?eiiio.iacv
is to win a victory?if it win it at all?in 1876.
A good deal til excitement lias been occa
worieil la Philadelphia by theqoestion of open.
il.;; th.- Centennial Exhibition on Sunday.
After mi. h lic-i?ation it i* now decidid by
the ( oliillll.-sioll to e.OM I'otll lillililill'-'.S ?Hid
?-rroutiils upon that day. We refer our nailers
to the letlt r of our Philadelphia corn sjinndeiit
for i)iiiii.iil.ns <>f the matter. The general
opinion Meail to be lh.it il the first decision il
lu be adhered to Ihe last ?s a wise on, ami
that it would l.e impolitic to ..pen the gretindl
aii.l eloss tlic buildiogs. Tbs views o_ ths
clergy have lui-ii taken BpOB the point bj S
rcpie-enliitive of Tlic I'liiliutt I?>lt n Tim ft, and
vre need hardly lay that ihe cum-nt of cl. li
csl opinion is opposf- to Centennial visiting
on Sunday. Bul s tuty itrong diiaenl from this
?. mpuaml by thai emineat Unitarian preacher,
the l-.v. Dr? P_ru?is, who say* plnmply thai
ho "would MMNiei shut up I In? churches than
"the Exposition.'' Archbisbop Wood (H. C.)
" doe-tli't see how Sunday c.iii bit th vi , i.u?a|
" by limplv assisting tbs srorkiag elassei t"
"study tbs liiuiii|>hs of ? -ivili/ation and
"educiiioii." I?r. Oeorgi Traman, a miaiater
Of lh<- ."-nifty of (Hi.?.-vite) I'lieliils, is of a
like mil.?I; 1 ?ii t S, null. I Bettle, an I ?illio.lo.x
l'ii'iiil, " .Ii-itpprovi ?I .?i tbs opening.*1 The
I'.-v. V,. I.. Ma-.'oon il!,i]>ti-ti is foi having
"tviiy man follow his feelings and obstUIVS
"the Babbatb ss he likes.'1 "If the c?pening
*' will beaefll man >|lfn_l.illy.'' s.tys Mr. I'eii
dhton (Svredenborgisn), " 1 can see do objection
"to it." The I'tv. Dr. Wichle of ihe (?ru?an
Reformed Cbnreh "sees bo sin in opeaing.*1
Tin-i*, howt v.r. are the viewi of a clerical
minority. Oa the other band, a large Dumber
oi " i>'-iiops ami other elergy " expn iicd th. m
lelvM itrongly agaiaal what th.y tegarded ?i.
a " .1. s. ?ration of ihe Sabbath.*1 We suppose
thai a Lanes proportion of prefessiadli religious
people throughout the ctountiy will sgres with
ilii-ni. Tiny hold the doctrine thai ths Sab?
bath i* of divine institution, and an absolute
cwsntinn nf .??eeulat employment on that day
ol di.iiu i-ommauiliiieiit. (if cmnsc, they aie
oppost d to Sabbiitti pl.-.i-iin- seeking, /indyel
it i* curious to find the Bev. Mr. Jastiovr, Rabbi
of a Synagogue, thinking that duty to the
working rimara requires ths CommiMionets t<>
open. 1 -?it. t!.. Rot. Mr. JaatroB? said nothing
of the propriety of opening on Satunluy, which
i-, l.-i, Babbatb.
The Hoard of Finance are ii 11? 11 ?? 'stiouably
right ?n their apprebeaaion of trouble ?f the
buildings are to be shut up while ths sroundi
are to lie freely opened to all comers. The
cloeing of the tiisi makes that of the other
initiBasil s.? we shall probably follow the
example of England, ami disregard that oi
Pan.? and Vicuna. The tlifti rence of opinion
to winch wo have alluded is ths inevitable
result of diflereul viewi of the day, and these
are so ilium*-ti?cally opposed that thin- is but
little chance of a compromise. ThoSS who
have strict Ideas of holy Sabbath keeping ean
init In- expected to agree with thoae who regard
the day a* DM in. rely of test and recreation.
Ihe former, being a majority in the Commis?
sion, and having besides the popular habltl
ami liaditioiis for a ciiiluiy on their side,
have practically enforce?! their opinions, and
In these visitors Will be obliged to submit. It
wUl I?* all (lu atore truly a National l.xpo-i
tiou, ?n thus fairly son-oniing to the National
habit _
We ilo not |.in|iiiv|. ti> diMBM 11 ? ? - merit* nf Mcs.r*.
c.iwi,. ? fu.', graal Moth Putroyer wkaoiby the
uiiii'iiims of ?.ni- gallant tol-Uny ana to tu saved
from that Inili'-'iy ami 11<nilil?--i>iii?- little BTcatlUB.
Nur shall Wl BBW tiki part in the controversy IB?
-|m-i t iiti_ the n in ii :n-1.it mu fi rlhcir sei vii-.-s to which
Mi ssi *.. Cow h-, it. In. an-eiititlcil ; hut \vn iboald
like I., asi? th.at e\|.eils in ilie ail of piirilication if
HNBS kilnl of ltUfl.Bg Blight Hot lie hit Upon fur (?ie
laail-i ill Ci.infles* ami the pill.lie oilhcs which
ffOtlld c\i-rci-,|. a whohsiiiiiii moral iulliii-nce upon
thS on l.pili.l'S of thai fu ni 11 ill.-. It ?s .1 sad Inni,
that there aie a great b_bbj atotba ai gicaatk alac
i.. Waahlagton. lh?y fatten w^M-terfall?, aponthe
public treeabseks, They bsvc ippetitei which never
fail. Theytaag, theaawlveiapon < >utra.ts. They
hll llu-iii-elvcH full nf iiitiriial revenu,.. They wash
down their vicinal, so lo s|i, iU, w iih illicit whisky.
la short, they an-the .Mollis of !ho Treasury. We
?lo do. preposi to kill tli.-i:i nil. hm tjreshoald like t.>
physic.tin-in into MMBSthlag like inmlcratiuii. Can
not Cuir.. ?V Co. invent SMBSthlag fit Ihr purpose
-something which iiiia,'ht al..o I,.* well ruhhcil into
lobhy iiii-inhers, cilh-ct.us, Mentariea, sad <.trac?
tor*! It WOald he Letter lllilll ?lllpt aclllllt'Ilt ? it
would beksssipaaalvsandearn than ladietSMul
An i.iiiii*?? of tins siutof prevention would he worth
a pound of legal ture. Pray ht mg havo it if it be
pSBB-bll !
ThS hill incorporating the Soldiers' Home, to be
battt by tin? ??run.l Army of the gifahll-l. hua
pa.aod both BoOBM of tho Legislature, und will
doahtksihorigaai by (?ov. Tilden without delay.
As a first ?top towurd raising funds to begin tho
work th? Rev. ITenry Ward Beecher will lecture at
the Brooklyn Acadeinv of Music on Thurwlay even?
ing next. At the request of Mr. Beecher Capt.
James Tanner, who has Wn active in the enter?
prise, will briefly explain the plan and object* of
the Soldiers' Homo, which ?mired its name suggest?.
Over 1,000 of the 1-600 reserved seats have already
btx-n sold. Tho managers expect to realize $ 10,000
by the lecture in the for?n of contributions. Mr.
lie. ein r l.-i tures without charge, and leads the sub
senptiou list with a handsome sum.
The Hon. Martin I. Townsend, member of
OoacraM fii'in the K> nss? lu.-r .llstri.'t, ha? boon ill at
WMhlOgtoO, init he Is now Improving.
Miss Anna K. Dickinson reci'ives warm praise
In lulv.in,?-, nml i? hearty welcome to llio Itafl of the
Qlabe Tlioiitor. In an elaborate column-and-a <|iiart<-r
article ia The ieeninp irnnteripi. ii<-r first a. .waranc?:
is to be m the or?alas of Kaj 9.
Dom Pedra arrived in Salt Lake City on the
_'_.l in.-t. n,? rUM tho Marmoa Temple, atui left tno
follo?vlti!{ day for ?fSB Francisco. His Journey has af?
forded him iniH-ii plcaoare, attkaagfc be bot suffered nata
tatlgnr. Darlas tho journ.-y ha mad? wotutttisuAtat
iiM ?ii?* lailr.?i?.I lii?-ii iilonx th.? i.'iit?-. Illa eiHtoin is to
?bata linn,Is with nil In? tutte upon reliarlas far tie? nlj?ht,
-i.d : i? .?i ti.m ?i.'li tin? ?aine cor.-ni. ?ny on ?iiLLnj,' iu the
There is a general appr?>val of the proposi?
tion to petition ?'oiisres.s t?? ISSBSfSpfflaftl tHe r?c,00 ori.'t
imiiy appropriated in 1777testfeapospssoet eessbbuto
monument to the memory of Gen. Nleholat II?-ikmn-r.
who died ir??:n wounds received ?t tin? linttleof Ori.-tkniiv,
\o.'. 17,1777. Oea. Herklmer waa boned about three
ii.iiis ?ouiti ,:,.?t ?f i.i i tie tulla, neu bla forme mansion,
whirl, is .?i :?i tteuAbtt "": fiara la ?rasrtod bp a piala
Whit? III.111.!?? tombstone.
Mr. William M. EvartS has gone up to his
.-..iintry plann :?t WeoBsbuek, vt., afeen fei unyrpeset Is
*l>? n.l tho next Iorlnl??'iit in dlllgoat work on
hi.? ?'? ntinniiil omtl >n. It Is unil.T--.tood thst Mr.
Brett* Inns Ixi-n giving m??r? or leal attention
i,, tin. wart sne ?inco the appointment waa
iiiinlf, ?uni tliut ho gue> to Woodstock no?? only tor the
mi... u .t..m. .1 ii?.,k ?if putting on i >. - j >. -1 an ??ration, the
tuntetxnm tor ??hi? h an already erran?i*ed in in? adod
and u ??I'll prepared us It baa Im-ch bta custom to prepare
lui any ivoii of hin mont laiportaat piihlic uddi-case*.
Mr. Donald (J. Mitchell, in responding to the
t?ia-tof " Agriculture" at the uiuiiial iliimor of tin- X.-w
Barea number <?f Ooestetno, sai.i, Mseas ?>th?-r iiiim*:?,
t'uit a-m.'lluro ill.l not lend to such a_hSSM M Befe
kniii'V. ii.? w.is .?f ?ptanos t tut L Botta ?i? ?liii not iprlag
ir-in i in- plow. There bad boon i??o inu,-h worship ol the
?.oh!, u . all" in liii.? country ; It ??;?? mo n r. e, ntly m the
raping erowila al Mr. Stewart'* (aneral. Oommeree bad
?... oiijr.t blgber than that of money-makln r. Kind deoda
? ini gi*aeroalty, not ipaamodk?, rat orernbwtiig day by
day, your alter faut, ?te a bettor odor to a man** mem?
ory than Hie following alter Man by ex-l-iovt-rnor.-i or
g.1.1 handlra to .otiin?.
Then- luive been many ludicrous stories ?told
aboat court itl'iui tte, hut the following which Mr. Oon
W0p IS?t Of Hie .''uglisli Court aarp*00M moat of t h?? m :
" It I? .oll.siil.'l'e?! in,liiS|M-Iis,ll)le Unit IlldlC'S Hitl.?lll.',?l at
?'?urt or ri?'ci?i<l tkOCS ifeal \???r very lowfeoSfctS*
.Jreaaaa. .lu.-t baSMro tfea i?*t ?towmufsoese, huSp?,
wife ?f a dlattagat-feod nobleman, wrote to the Lord
('h,?iiii?i-iii?iii, Murtag Hu?* rta bad recently boaa m ?and
tu r ?m.oi.i. i < baa beootne ao thin that alte iraa inham-rrt
t,, si...?? them I Th,- Chamberlain, taowlng Ii?,?t strict
the Queen waa, referred too matter to fear? aadagraaU
?MHuultaUon waahold. After a long aad acrlouedebate,
the l-.'i'i Chamberlain va Inatrneted t<> write t?, the
petitioning lady that lier Mafeetj would f??r on?-?- ??-m.
o.-r ?on-, ni to uni innovation, hu! It ?vas iiiliinair.l that
that th" dri m muht bo a eomproBtioo? that la . m dawi in
front. I'l.,-i'.nut i?al?-.s i.r.ri.d vaguely lo this cm .-|i
tiwi t?. tin. nil.-.-? of toiirt SreaOa MiiUiiiit that it was by
ir i H?d?Baty*a KTaetooo aad ipoetat eeaoeeekM, la order
that u n.tunt not t?. < ??i..?- a er? ? > ??.-lit '."
Caidinnl ?Antondli umts the following lctt?-r
laAnkMahopWood <?f ffe?i?rlpfels iu nfbreaootathi
lineal?smnt fr.?m Boom to th?, OtaawatalSsMMtloai
?? A?.?,1I!h: in-si-if of tin- ??ri.pos.il liii.illy r..n?,-y,-?l to inn
tiii??ii;:li ?'??ii, MOM BOVOnad ?sir, that tin- pSOtnSB '? nt.-n
nl ,1 l.\??? sillon in I'IiiIimJ? Iphla ?houlil offer to puhlte
rloa hiniie i.liji-rt of art wroiii*ht In the only e.tahliMh
iii? nt that rotaataa t" th?- Holy i-otfeor,! hnfesaaaal
..?in?- vorta ?>f th?- Kin.i sp. i-ui.,1 t., i?<? brwaviod without
?l,-:a;. to ?mu ?lir?'lion. Tiny consist of two Madonna?
m i...?s.i,? ?e ?'f i:,.?un?a i, tin- other ?-f Haaaoferrato;
?i-i?, t???? ram ???i Sotrera, llaewlw m umeala, prepared la
lise ?i?r!??h..p of tin. Van?.in e?ti?l.li.?hni,-iit. an?! I have
be n ..ii'hi'i i ted t-> ih'- llolv 1'ath.r t?. ?.-nil tin in t.? i. a
Kiposition, in addition to Ihooo there will i>?. ? st.
\ ... .. \ ? : _:?ii and mar*? r, in laiaialij, which tin-aitisi,
?I, has I.H al.lc tu i.Mx'-ut., Ill till? Vail?'m,
owing to tin) hi iiiiiiiiu pairoaaari nf Ut? HoUaeaa. M?>n
s,?ni,,i- I'? -ale it?,I?. < til, tliri.iiK-'i ??In'111 1 Wad this 1, Ihr,
win tin n i.h i m? with ?portal inatruetMna eoneetiiiaa the
above l.tintioiiiil work? of art. Meanwhile. I or got you
!.. ;.'? . .??? i.iy Cia'.iV.i. am, also .-..iiiiiiuii? ate the mime to
the Chairman of the Flnaacta. Oamraltteo. Mr. John
Wi-l.-n. f??r hi. km?! all? ntn.it to tlie present inatlai."
Miimi;k\!, April 30.?The AbbeVflenne?hue
bW II ?'in??? II bf (?liehe.- 11? It , 1. pl.-.selitatiw at theOll
i-uinai ?:\i,,i?it;.-ii. Pwrtoaa to oatortag holy orden be
waa ?.i-;?1.?lui-ii'-d for hla thorwu(h aoiioalataooe with
t.a?h- jlid lliilll.stl.al lilt, rent?.
Mr. John I. Davenport can afford to pay Mr.
l'aii'llel?!'?. ? 'iimmitti'?- a liberal ?sum for n.h.-i ?i.i.n/.
il.? ha?,- ci v,n him a national i.'i'iKali? n.
Tbs BepnbUcnn organs of this Btate aro
il nain mou sly eon? in. ?<??! il.al the I'm a ? ?i?.? :,i on ?vas a
?lef? ut i?.r.;?,?'. i.hi.n. fttraasato ?sftthearGSaalBilsg
allie*'do not agr?a ?nui th.-in.
Se? retiiiy lit i -s ! ? > w is said to lu? piiniiitf
Mreagth m Ulehlgaa. ?>f tke tu detogaloa ut tfea
LpiMkWee Coaatf OoaTontloa laat week, 4s were for
itr.siow, 11 toi ia.tiiie, ai?,i 11 Mattering.
Nobodj seeiiis to suspect t luit there an; Conk
\\tvi li.-iiio.ial.s In th.? l'ilden del,-(,'at!..n t., st. louis, to
h.llame the Ttldea 11? puhliean. ?vlioiu Mr. ?.'uill- ?ay.s
ih,-:,- arela UM woaldbo TYaMIat iolegattoa to Ou
, li.l.all.
The admission is beginning to ho hinted
?OH ?.cm rally In 111?1 liepiililiian *>:?prrs of tin- Stute
that Mr. Ooabliag, area if aamlaated. coald not carry
New-V,)lk. the JoAAtSontU .Iniiritul say.s so ppttS posl
tiMh.an.i winie pralalag OaakUagplaeeo <.?>v. Mofgaa
f ir ahe.u! of hun in point of nvailahil'.ty, and niggoata
a iu a? much better candidate* Mr. l?,i.?tow and William
A Whe? l.-r.
Mr. William McKe?', late of the Adininistin
U..I1 orgaa la St, i.?.ui.. ami new <>f the Paaltaattaijr, baa
entered apon hla two j ears'?ojouru "in t hoe., un try" WHS
harah feeling* toward .????,-rui ,?id Meada n?? raraartod
?? nil mu,h palhof, on W. ?In.??day : "You know what I
ha?e ?Ion.- f.?r the party, and the men 1 hare muh' with
my paper. Motoaem th.im ?ia? bellied we la mv hour of
trouble. - won't I grtad th.-m ??hen I ^.-t oal '"
CoUectoc Binunoos of Boston rises to say
that he ?lid not promise t<> deliver tin- Mala <>f HaaSMfea.
?v Its t.. r.laiii?-at the i.vent Convention, as the l?ristow
orgoaa nhsuwl. feat et ifeoeasM tti h?.- hints tuniveiy
i li.it there Is .till pi, n'.y of tun?- to uiehi take ?u.-li a l??i?,
by remarking ea?u;?l)y : " To MeSBM ll.at tlie foni [fiatlp
in.n eh .led on U i ?lues lav alone MpTOOOat Hi?' .State
?t.-ii -aiinii, teem* to me rather a poor eomyUtaeal to tin
ii delegan?* ft 11?, be chore a."
1 In? rupiil rise in Tilden stock has had
an alurniliiK ell.'i'l ?m Hie iiiflatloniisU. l'hoir organs do
m?i he.iiate t.? gfeangotfes ?'titiM .south with aoWagoat
tO the North, thus insulini;* th" ?,-iy poitlon of the pa.ty
fioin which tfeiy ?Xpert the mo.t hiipport. They ar<- toa
uihl to .-??e that they are In tali ?;,) powerfully holptag
??o\. Tilden. Inen they help him l:i niiotlu-r way hv
threatening to run David Davis as a third party can
,ii,tat.- In ??.??<: Tilden U aomlaa?ted at si. Laoiii*. ".in.1..
n,,? is has?'t iniii-n itreagth any way, hot be will have
still les.? if he M tak.n nj? by the lutlatiouists.
The less sensible Bristow men are nnggent
las their eisten in Maanofeaistla bat ?It n aaaaaatfoa*
ahle that it ?vas a ?severo MSfeasfe to Mr. lt'..?:ii
iu nom.) reapOOti the Kevere.t ho lia. ).-t
.?li.olllit.Teil. A ?illeu.l lfl'Uto?v III ?u, a m?-uiher or the
lato Mas.atlni'ietts ?'?nventioii, send? lur. Tumi m. h.
in.iile \lew of the insulin. II? holds that the volo
for Ballert m? Ofeatfeaaiae ibowi tho pan
?Ueagth of r.ii:..?v, ini to 107, while Loaiaod and
Oogawrt .show tin? iti.tiiie Maagtfe. BBS u> :?7i>. Ball
the Convention would have he.-n 4SI, so that llullock, In
?ptto .?f lus nantais .?u tho loth ??f m?iv eoafar
ru.-e, caiii,' ?va,,In Ml vote* of Imlf. li |g
a ii,<?~t grattfjrtag thiiiK too, to note that the Kev.
l-'i iii.i,in , hu :>,-, in., iipost..- of bolting?, got 283 rote?,
1 be it, ist .w a,, n !.. lleve Mal ?til four ?r tue I?, legate*
m-!, ni:? will ?f.? their way. It is abeard, th.? ?a\,i,>
elaai Mr. I'oi bet as a Blame man. He waa only taken up
by the Islalne men after their d?moralis?t Um at i??r.
IU. e's .1., luiath.n, and was taki-n Iiolu the list ot BrlatOW
ultoi i,at? a
Then ?>.?'ins to he just on?' Kepiihlieaii news
l?i?in-r Iu this statu whirl? has the MBH t?? see Ihat ??.,v.
Tilil.-n I? too MSanaSMM tofeS lips.-', hy tfea t-oiitiiiu.il
r?-,?illllon of eh.ii'K.s whi.l? either n.v.-r ha?I any f.nui
ih.tiou or w.ro . xjiloded mWajopjo, lhe fut?alo *tspewM
Kl? M Us coteinporailes who nie MnlgtBg Ifl MMk H?'.ul
dle a* Ihl ealliiirf of the I'tiea Cotiveiitlou a " I'yri'hio
?I. tory " this wholcNoiiie inlvl,,? : " Wo KeptiMirai.s ha\o
|0t?lO leeois-ni/e tho fact, ami cannot ut!??r.l to umler
fitlmalo Mr. Tiid.-n's ?teaagtfeariagls jot. Tfeo man
Who heat Oof. f)ix, after a Hii.-ees?tul administration, hy
r,i?.ooo inaJotUy, I* not ouo who cun be ?afely
W-ASUal down the wind m a mere ?ham and
a charlatan. In short, the Cincinnati Conven?
tion mud net with almost certain convic?
tion that the Democrat* will _,ut up their MMSHMl
?nun, who la ??i,,,u?-,i.it,',y ?tiov. Tilden. It 1* In Uio
power of that ? ?m? oiai.iou beyond a doubt to rhootte a
I?y?le_- who will overmaic'i Mr. Tmlnn Id o-wy ro*i>eot
They must glvo tho Democrats a Boland for ?their ?OUrer;
a man Whose character v:d reoord will iUuip htm before
the nation as a better, slnccrer. more thoroughf-M**.*.--.
former than Tilden or any man who 1* willing _,_!?'
tho Democratio colors." ? *?*_?
A (Mirreirpondent fumiliar with the " im" ou?
" outs" of New-England ?tolltlcs write? thua: "Tothu*.
who know tbe loner workings of Massachusetts poilu,
tho apparent withholding of support from Mr. B!_ine u
a rresi.l.-ntlal oandldate is not .urprialug. Massaelm.
setts has never affected Maine or Maine, men ?lue* th
separation of th?- two State? In l*v'_o. In old time?, <?,*
William King, John Holme*, and Prentlw Mlllcn fe'lt IB,
weight of Boston displeasure. Later It t?i?k the form-,
opposition to George Kvans-.-onferwedly the leaiin-o
Whig In Ctiiigreis from New England after Mr. Webtjiw
entend Harrison'* Cabinet, fitlil more recently, Hanau
bal llamlln waaopi>o8ed by Miiasachuaetti at Chita? 1?
l.iJO, and beaten by her at Baltimore In ist>l. >|r_ p_
?einlcn to the day of ill? death ML and felt very kt-t-nU
tha? injustice wa? always ilono him by M_B_*r____
inen .iikI IfaaaaeBBsetti paoeta if Mr. ninii,? Z .V*
latest instance. Se has a long line of IIIbsIiIbbi iir?-<i?ir,_
B4B*B. J-tit M-_s.s;.rliii?c?.ts will not readily furtive liim f?
li.-liig a native of I. nnsylvanl.. an?l a citizen ((f M&iar, ?
Tim superserviceablo friend, of Mr. Hristow
In Massachusetts aro di inghini a good den 1 of him mm
claiming too much for htm. They undoubtedly hid a
strong showing in the recent BojB.bttr.BB Convenu?,?
but they by no in.-aiii-Ii.kI so large a majority that tier
were Justified in claiming the four delegates at large wh*
were then chosen, ami the 23 drtfg|>H who are yet tob*
elect;?!. Nevertheless they did claim them, and lb?
Irrepressible iirnphet In Bprln-fleld, who ha?tj?re?,-.
killed oIT on* good candidate by Jinn plug uplikeaj-.k-ln.
a-litix and yelling his name contlutially, 1? attempt's* *
likii scrvic? for Mr. Brlstow by predicting that tiititlUt*
be elected delegation will vote a? a unit at Cincinnati far
him. The Ilotton Herald, a Brtl-ow organ of more moa.
eratlon, say., tho Convention stood about 100 forRrtatow
?170 for Maine, and ?_"M) tincomiuittcd. The Postor, At',
rertiser undoubtedly represents the Convention'? work
fairly when It says: "The Massi.cbi_iH.-tti 1-epu.licaa.
ilolcgate* at largo have been heralded tur and near t?
' Brlstow incu.* OB tfee contrary, we lielieve every oci
of 11.? ta it yards the question of eaadldatea n* ?till ao
open une, and h?* not aiit'aoil/.i-il any inn, to give pled-m
la lus behalf. Jades Haar, Mr. Dama, _mt Mr Forte?
sre certainly In tlii* cat. ?gory; and I*rasl4_eat chadis-urn?,
has inadi' no publie avowal. It i. |>t rft'ctly true lliatth?
reformer* won u gratifying triumph IB tin? Mate 'oiivia
tion; but the iufert-nce that, the rt-lorinor* an- ?ill ? i:r>
tow men ' 1* a mistake. It is fortunate for the BepubUeM
party that no nu'i persona! strength ?in * , ?ndldatoa.
ttii* .tape ?'! the mmnrma? measures the strength and icop*
of tho reform spirit."
fifth avj:m;k tiikatiu?.
Tho 150th representation of Mr. Daly's play
of " ri.iu.i" was given at tall theater on Friday atta
The liou.so was en,vvdeil, aBd the piece ? .-.?? ai ted w?{|
even morn than usual i-iiniestiie-ss, spirit, and preciaos.
The weak point in till? play?the transition of tin lierntni-'?
character?seemed in some way to hare l>t:cn fortHed;
perhaps by the imp.?-.- ioiu d actl g by Mis? Davenport?
who ha*, through complete Identification with the part,
reached the true felicity of natuiiiincst?. At al! .-venu
the illiisloucreatedby the j-crformuueoseeiui.1 marly |**r?
Mis.? Georgiana Drew, the daughter of Mrs. John Drrw
of the Arch Street Theater, Philadelphia, made her del**,
in New-York, on this occasion, acting llory St.iudisA.
Bho Is a tall, slender, gian-Iul girl, and has the ???vers,
?viulline fice slid forcible manner that letter .. .ni|*?rt
with iarti-li-i.il, glittering hlfS cmedy than w.tli tender
sentiment, meek M'lf-ri'1'ri's.v.ioii, ?nd ruittlc siiiij liclty
whlcii are the chief attributes of the part ?he plated.
II.?r personation inhibited, however, keen intelligence.
Just appreciation of dramatic relations, and careful
tra ning. _
MB. i.owk's BUULfflf.
Tho performance of "Urass" at the Paik
Theater to night will be for the Item tit of Mr. Howe, IB
author, and the representative of Its chief part. To hare
written a pure and blight comedy, In the good old El
gli.?h schon!, is to havo deservcl t.'ie practical re?|??i-t of
the play-going public. Mr. Howe ha* doue tins-more
tlianoiiie: and he has liketvi.se shown that the ereatln
power of the actor lo fashion a charaeter and trac.m t It
to the stage a* a model ami a legend, i* not the h-ait of
his tahrt*. Mr. Bowe will act B'ai*.?m stray ; and It S
tobe wished that the sunshine or mirth Unit he cast?- ??
lavishly upon tho public ma> '>?? reflected back uj-.n _?'a
In the substantial _?ieo\-.s of thisbenellt occasion.
There is an exhibition here winch ever"
person ought to se** who loves beauty. It la given if
Prof. Cromwell, and it consist! of pictorial view? of?, ?a
of tho moat interesting object a In the world. The spe*.
tutor sit. In darkies? ; but, a* to all that i* magultlo-nt
and imposing In great I ilies, ancleut and modem, andli
the most preiinus repositories of art, be will never coa
siiler himself left In the dark. .Borne, Jerusalem, Lu?alos,
and l'ai is, the great niarbhsof Thorwaldsen, theliniuortii
canvas of ltaphsel, the glorie* of European srrbltee*
ture, and the delicious expanses of Enrojaran laiitlseap?
all these, ami more, pass before Ms eyes, a* in a vision of
of the night, and to the sound of BBBBB. To mi
this exhibition, in fact, is to glean and garner up much of
the in.tructloii Mi pleasure of travel in faral? hindi,
witlin.it partaking aa atom of the trouble.. The pu-trou,
likewise, BIS such a. feed the eve with lovely line?lad
shapes; often stir the Imagination with grandeur ?**
lofty romaneo of uubje? t or association ; help to enli.ht4_
or to deepen the impressions retained from reinling; i-d
gratify the ti?to for variety and the sen.? of hnuor.
This week Inly, Rome, Pari*. Iaaudou, Jeriiwlcm. In?
land, and Versailles are the thi-me? of the aeven enter?
taiiuut n!s aiiu.itiiiced to be given at the Misante T.-m.la;
ami our MB?MS will treat theiiiselves kindly in lmpro?
i'.i_: the opportunity to ice these irt-asures of min|1*4
boaiity and u.?e.
Mr. Soihern will appeal at the Fifth Avenal
Theater on the list of Juli. He is now In Cleveland.
Mr. Freilerick Thome (tho Elttfllen of
" Henry V."i will take a benefit at Booth's Theater ea
Tm-ilay eveiilng. ,
The H.iltiinore A.iiibtny of Minie will be givei
tip dartac a par? at tin. month to a meeting of O?
Methodist 1'clli-ra! Confeleiii-e.
Mi. Dan II. Ibirkin-t will tako ,t benefit at
the Filth Avenue 'I'm ater ou SB tard ay evening, tue fl?
ot .May, when ?'Minify" will bo lepresented.
Mr. JeflaWSOD's en^M??enient at the Ixmdoa
l'rini-es-.'* I'li.-ati r ?-inleil on April SO. Il? lia? iflva
there 105anBaaiBlliaiBpreeealatloaeut /../> inn winkte.
Mr. Daly lui? in reserve Judg-e ll.irn'tt'i
coineily, win.h is lu four acts and calle?! "Til
Wat--hwortl," and ulio a new three-act coui.-tly by Br.
We lieur that the insanity of Fox. the clown,
has (ii rniiio v i,,i,-lit, ami tint Im'- uii?iirliinale mail bu
In ,n pi hi ,t in .i p tihleil cell, llu li-iuaiiis at the McLeiS
Asyliun in Somervllle, Ma.?.?.
It is stat. d that Mrs. F.tlward l'.ddy?known
to tue ?tage as Mim HtsnrieUa Irv lug- i* ?na and .If.ti
?ute In tin* city, ami an appeal to the friend? of the ?all
Kdwar.t Eddy, the wcll-kuo.vn actor, 1? made in behalf
of hi? widow.
The ChleigO Inltr-Ocrtin has astonished at
le..?t oin frailer by the fiillntiiiig pli'-e of news: " Bf.
Winter s p :iv of ? i'tvltn' ha? been bom and pa-sc?l upol
by lb,- tiun.'iy critics pitil!,,- for a hit?- at tho b.tt. reit of
tl.eir tritte."
The Widows' and Orphans' Belief Fund will
be beiietlt, tl, by the s-tccc**? suiialil that I?' .*? i tired-of
a Mlnatrel entert.Mnnieiil auaounr*.1 f?.r \\',"ln,?iUire?ea
lUB, at tin? Ia'xin_:toii Arena? Opt.r* Ucstae. under t_?
a.ispics nf the Kllswoith 1'os!, Nu o7. (i. A. B.
Mr. Jeflerson has Mice. .1.d so wj41 M ?
ti.-iiii!? r?m v.at.r roloi-v !lr?t, and attet waul ir?^oll-tli?
II.' lia.? been ill_-i*l, bv linllrloll* cul.iiolsseur*. Ill 1. MIO?,
to exhibit spn lliirii'.v oi hi.* Bork. A paliitlug by-I??
will, ?....nal,!v, tin.1 plan-In Ihn n \t K .liibltiuu. Hl"**?
in? went to i.iiiiiion last Hummer Mr. Jel-tioa _??
tl.-v.iii.l iiluiM-lf with ureat /? -al tu this branch et aS
uf v. !.,ih In- has iilvvay? bveli p.i,s?....i.it.-ly f.Uil, l?-?1
which he his li'i.-' cultivated aa an amateur.
It begins to l(M)k as if the wheels of ti*
Tilden vvagiiii would go witliout mu? h gBMa-U-f- - |Hr->0*'
lj n Ar^:ls ,Iml.l
"Let us have C-O-Ui-f and St vniour," --_
The Itoeketter ? rpresw. K.. p uni. t. dear, aad yui? ?????
liavi- tlieni. -? Haifa o Kxpii'S* tHepi
Mr. Blatas Is now bsjroad qais?\-t_s ?
favorite ol a n,aim ity ol tue BepublicaUa ut lue l l?'"*
Mates for the .?Hice oi l'r, .?uhiit. He ha? mt'io iT*/L\\
in Mew-York thaa any other candidata. [_?"_ ''?*
The closer we suivi v the field the nior?
thiii.iil-hly we lu i,une convinced that J?**l l'lir*',.r"
Ncw-Ji r-ev i* i lie man who, lu prefeienee lo ?l! ""?'_
?IioiiIiI ici cive Hi, lietnocratif noiiiieallou lor Vnmmmw
?Ilia, k.tlst.nvu (M, J .1 t.a/etle ( 1>. i* )
We are Diuca inclined to the opinion -b*|
New-Yoik's favorite sou vvnl tills yeaj* It.? ignori*????
tin? chames of a lJciuocratic victory will Hue -.'I'La,
htaltttl u mi sum? lav urit* who. vt-ai* ?^.'. t<*"? u?\Z?i
Ureelejr'i adrioa and " v.-i at Wuu*"-^9mmumuumUU?*|
Whether the leader be Bayard, ''^^
Tilden, lieutlt-lcks, or auy other goo<l Dviiiocr.ii. i" *
est ?ml earnest men unite pally will ?''?','rf'lll'',r,.1a7
work assigned them. With true and woi thy ean?l?u^>
and no let-up on Democratic principle*, the neiO ?*?
readily woa.-| New-Haven lteglster (Dem.)
In fact, an far as allegation can go. S?
?bane tuva vluiUeated lititi-elf. Tue only thin* JJ*!*^
he ??juJrd do would be t*o inbuilt hU proof? to ea ?*?"._.
aratiui oswiulttee: bul tUu due* not se_u ne? em?*l'ft.
eatiae there U i**>t-._x *-?*udy !n 11_ ?utre-^-n?- s*J*_
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