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hi n friror b^ iiijormtno tht? o m ce et the ewwueottSseet,
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FOUNDED BY HORACE OREELEY. !
BATUUDAT, JUNE 2\, 187G.
T R 1 P L E S II E E T .
TUE XKIVS THIS MORXLkO.
Forek.v.?Great cruelty haa I??*eii pra? ti-?*?] ly tbe
Turks ?n Bolgaria. ? , 80?*at in faoted alBO*.
Iieine jM-r ??nuce. . ? ? U??l)crt Naiaier, tho Ha?i>
biiiulcr, li* ??eatl. ??.?- Tlie R? furtn Clul?, laUiiil.i),
*sx.iell?a<l Si? George Ilowyer anil Mr. I'ljil-y bOBaaBB
they hail vot?a?l v. ith the (>ovemui?*nt rctent'iy. _______
bervii? i? [utparing uciively lor war.
DatMisrir.?Mr. ISIuino will ?*o at once to llaine
for a ?aaated uf ptsSset nek, ??s TBa PneMenl
and (i,*n. BhBBBSaa are gaS8t_ nf t-ccret;??y l':":icta n
at BairiBbagB ~- C?en. Craok'a oamnut&d bad ??
fi?;lit with :-i ux lnalians t>n ,ln:ie 17, ?a ?. i,?. ?i
iieuil.r KM) of tbaIhttflf Trim Ullad. btHI ;i '? >*s to
the c-pe.'lititui of 0 il?ai and 21 wound ?1. =rr.-~
The Oaataauiia] EzhibHIoa judges lmvo i-'unpletod
bbwk Warb and are roa;ly to mako a report, to tba
Coiiiiiti-wioiiers.
C??N(.R ?.?.-The Senate Insiste?! on it-? aBBBad
ment? to the Niival anil Indian Appropri?t ion bills ;
the nni'iiili'ieiiti? to the Enforcement act were ?lo
bated nt Icnirlh, and p-aviseU hy a party rola
The Hottse siout the ?lay ai.d evening on tbt* Sun?
dry Civil bill.
C.TY and BPBBlB?W? !? the swoinl race of the
IntiTiii'.tionil Bofgtta the Reveille, Sinie .--., I'liicl;
and Luck, and Victoria were the winners. r-T?
An iuvealigjtion wa? bOfBfl into mutters connectcl
with the ?onstnnitiou of tlm Powt-OlHce. r-rr?
riepari.tiiiii? wire MBBaletod far tha eclehrn'ion of
thoKonith of .July. = : (,i.?I?l, IIL'm, ll_'irt, 113.
0??I?1 viil?e of the le**:il-teiir!cr ?lollar nt the cIcm-,
8l?-!io cents, block? dull und iinftilur, clo.ing
?ov.rish.
Tiik Wi'atiifr.?Tur Tf:.nr\n''" loe.il olwervs
tiens an* taTarabla to fair veatbar, nttoraatiai ?aitb
elouda, bgataaas, an?! poBBtblj ?iBty laiufalla uiatil
Suntluy. :?as In thiri <:ty y?*.-.!crilay tbt \ve.tl..-r
wan wurm tpsi pi. ?i.*?,int. with hraeiiiK wiadB ?uni
light looey clou.l?. T'i? r no,net. r. (>!)-', 78?, 75o.
Fentler? of The TbIBUBI /rating town or trtn
eliii'j Ji>r the Summer cetn have tie ?tener rnr >,/
to iliem, pt st,,ai(i, for ^1 per month, the adtlrctt
bcin'j t'-i mpti UmtmSBtV atwiroej, li'ei/iien'.H fot a
dun or of BmtttmSt tht.uld ttltray? iiiitHun ,'iie
edition ( Daily, Weekly, or Bssti- WeektpJ, ami
both old iiiid neu: addietset.
Mr. BfatfBt liai \viv-,y t!?* H ill <} in gifiag up
a)] a*) < it'?m to hu-'ii? - ?? aii-1 H-ckifi^' n.-t In
?fcveral weeks to OOOBB. fkUJ n'h'-r BOT?-?
the ri'i'.iri' A. con lit ion of Ii?b ln-ailih, would be
?xtieiuiJ.i b?i/ariiOU?s if not ?.ui<:i<l?il.
Va1ur.l.lc tinift tbut s!:??tild li.ive bssm ???Mit
on the appropriation bills h? SOtW Wt--1?-? 1
by the Senat* in ?pacing a ren.-i-il veraioB of
the Enforcement act. Tbo Mouse, ol couru-,
will never ?consent !/> this act in any shape ;
auil 1i?*:j<x- tlie leifinlation of tbh Stnate m the
matter ia aioiply thrown away.
On Edward Welkin's vh?* .'/)*?, ns ftilojtti-il
yesterdiiy by the Kriglisb U/iidboldi-rs ol tin
trio llailway, anioants sr.ipl/ to fun '?rij. half
tbe iaterest on the First l?onds for 4'-_ years,
and all of that on tli? Sec/md J?-on?]?? i
same tiint?. This plan wiJl lead! IB U,h'tn tur
Compaiij's burdens, but it ail* I?*... the ,/..
?dobtetluess as Large as ever.
The four hours' battle with the ho ? !?
Sioux, ending in their retreat aft*-r rnaily a
huii'li? ?i were eli?u, is very creditable to tuir
troops and allows good iu/itiajrement of the
oflicf ra in char*a*e of the eipeditioti. Hut it
will be iiotitod .bat tbe Indians be Kan the
?attack, aud there is a doubt whether any jrcr
niftiit-n' iuipioaaioo eu be made on Lh?_se sav
tAtis while tlioy Jyivo the option of keeping
out of liariii'a irity wh??u the toldiera are in
tba fiold. ?aud of ooiuuig to tbo agoucies to
be fe-d ntiiler the. IViue Policy when our forces
are withdrawn. _
_______
It is doubtful if the Loti?.on IMorm CMb
will promote the inier-**??-* of tho party by ex
pelHag Sir Qaefye Bowycraad Mr. William il.
i.ijiiiy hecnais. tin'y v??u-?l recently, on several
eeeaaie in, with the ?iovcrnment. Uadar Uto
piMCBt rinniiiKtiitci n the J.ibi-ral.. Might to
conciliate ratbet than coerce those members
v. ho nit* not ?lii-i><?.->4 ?1 to remain within tin;
thirty li?!?-?.
One of the bffll t?iut our Legislature had no
timo to pan ,1 it*, recent Maaiaa ?wai Intended
to rndace tho axtravagaal eaat of foiixiliaTBi.
suit... A roc-nt decision of the BnpW-BC Court
BxM Um utmost fe<> thai i? f.'if.'s ?nu fliiii(-'??
in ?MM ??.a.se-s. As a, rule, the fiai I .OaaiH ?>
awrffBfia ii atteaded with Knut han,-hip,
nuil everything possible hJiou'itl l?t? tloni: _? our
lawmakers and courts to lightt-n the burden.
One of the most intetestmp fondues of the
Centennial l.-thtbition is tho uini-?i.;l space
(-??\eii to lhOT-.Bg BBOthods of education. Our
correspondence lo-?iay ?ivcs timnv ?ie?iiils o?
this part of the display? Amt'! ?can-? aro apt to
think t'.iiit our eoauana school system is tut in
advance of other nations, bat an examination
of what others aro actually doing ?i'l show
that we. may yet learn niu.h in tho nit of
ttui hinj* youlh, ?ven from Sweden ami Japan.
-?..
Tho elaborate cniiiniuiiiciiiion printed in
another column eOBOBTIiing Got ernmeiit invc.-t
neaia in railways sets forth cogently aoaM
of the indirect advaatagtS which the Oov?ru?
inent lias leaped fiom Bach in vestments \mI1i
out pajiag for them, ami some ?if the ronso is
why the railway companies- naturally think it
fair that it Hhouhl pay. It h ft view with
which the puh.it- has not beca so familia*., and
it has about it, therefore, ileincnts ot frealUNM
us well as lore?.
In our letter from the Turkish capital the
incid? nU attending the overthrow of Abdul
Aziz aro ohttrly ami graphical!/ narrateii. It
appeal! that Hussein Avni, who lately fell by
the assassin's hand, was the loading apiril in
the niiiveiiietit which in ?un* nicht ?liove the
Suit in from th?' throne, and ebangod Ihc go?
peel of Turkish anaita, llorad V., who had
no Khar?* iu the co'ispiraoy, willingly assumed
power wli.i) he Raw thai Ins uncle could no
1. nyer M__8l tho revoluii:.iii.>U.
An able addlUB by Ahram S. Hewitt, deliv?
ered before the. Ameritan Institute of Mining
Engineers al E_iladalphia, n views the imptora
i a ms made in this country in mining and
m vtalliii-fry daring tho past octiltiry. With few
exceptions, mining; in tin* i nit??l States is e??n
dneted with y_i. liter skill than in other coun?
tries, esp?'?ially in the use of intrenioiis device
to ocononii/e labor. Wc full behindhand
eliielly in (lie gem?a] economy <?f niaiiapmoiil ;
the natural "naatefalaoM of am people being
oust apparrat in the mining regiona. Ilr?
Hewitt'.s addina tells briefly of the maii.v i:i
ge_dcm inventions of our ?-oiinlrym. n in tl.i
branch of imin-iiy, an?] iiaiikly poiatl out our
?ie?iciencies as well as oui progress.
Tin re is a certainty that a- least one branch
of the Rear? Ward Ber?ber litigations will be
li??!.! again. Mr. Moi;?;.-n lias iron bii appeal
to the Supn-nie Court. In Mr. Mooltfm. tail
against Mr. B telu-r for dafimaHoa of charac?
ter, the ?lefei.ilaiit '!? :i iineil, on the gTOOnd
that tint" was noaetioaable eatiaa foi dam
Bgaa against Mr. Beacbei la tin- procmdiugi
limler which Mr. M.uiltnii ?vas indicted. Mr.
Moultan took the groand tint tin- prixcsidinga
which were Rulirciuetitl*. quashed by tha THn*
tii?'l-.\tl ?Hi?. \ nolle ]?!? si'niii?con ?tituti-.l a
UbeL i'l:?' lower court BMcpted the ?rien of
Mr. Hit ??ii-v's eoonael, and "-?? i - ?. > ? .1 a do*
I murrer. The (lemial T? nu bai Ki ;. -i?b* tliat
; ?ieniurrer. And no.v ti.e tat is iu t_M lire one
more.
-?
An important d'cisi.n by t'i" Court of Ap
I cals of Mar.ilnnil wi i t md to allav the
tcneaainen of many lesaeh .'den in Baltitoore,
\ here large anonati <>f ralaabla pi.tpe.tj are
held ??n grooad-nal laasca <?! long t?eraa\ ami
cosily bniblingl have been erected by Ha?
les, es. As Indifiating (i.?". probable <"'!:>?? ?>f
the lav,- in rc.-peit to propertj situ?!.:ly lulil
in Uli.-* ?iiy, the ?li-i-i-iou ??ill be ?>f Internal to
many of our citi.i-ns. The lean was for
ninety-nine years, and contained a prorinoa
for renewal ; but at the expiration of the term
the lea*1?*} was not rem-weil, and the original
owner of tho nal est?t?, claimed the whole
properly. The eooii dor_dce lli-.t as a Batter
of efpiity the Olijdaal owiht eaUBOl eject h'8
! tenant, and the lease mnel lie renewad.
CISCISSATT AND TUE ADMINI8TBATION,
It is the fault of Pmddaol (?iant iiitti? if
! that the roc? nt Nutunal Convention of tin
piity by Which lie ITM ?-h-cted broilgbl him
uiosi bntniliating defeat. Tor jean the b -'
men of thai party have urged him t?? liit from
it a load too h? ?ivy t?> lu* borne, by an urn
qiiivocal deelaration that ho aoald not aerepi
t.oiniiiii'.ion or election to a il'iial term. They
urged in vain, lie itohdly listened and re?
fined? In coxwesineace the party was puihed
nearer death'e door ut ?very election. Finally
it begaa to deefaue for it-? li t-_.it it aoald md
rtiiominato (iiai.t, wl.i ,!ur he wi-ln-d i; or
I not. 'J hen be wa.s moved ta t->y thai be did
I not want a nomination, ami ironld BCCCpl
one only in an emergency which be ?li.l not
j anticipate, and his Erie-di Ml abowI enating
| t.'iat emergency. Etob at the end, when tin;
| l'r. nidi-lit interfered m behalf <?t afaToritc.
I then ?a? n preTailing impre_aioa thai
'. tlie camiitliifiie of Conhllng was a
i md. hlii?i, ami at Cincinnati then
were ? pre-ei't bi.sy ft-ilow.., cliii-ilv from
tin; Booth, wiio eonrinnally whitpcred thai
" the ("oiivi'tition might hi'.'?- to iiimiiiiate Granl
M after aU, te gal rid ft thii qaarreL'1 Tat
aohody had 11,?? baidihood to propoie bis name,
! or to rot- lot him. Wlieii liiniairi'- WM i!'i-;i
i ti'ui.d in Convint ion, it. wai i-?eivetl in
', patient, ilecoiniM nh-uce, in itrikh-g HWliail
i to the wUriwindi of Bpphniae which greeted
tl.?- aane ot Hay??., Britiow, or i;;, ioe, Onee,
when Ora, Woodford raahly eumplimented Mr.
i Conkling as the npecuu farorttoand defender
of t!??' President, the i. ipoaee w."? each a? io
t'i.'.i him that tlie laH lie Mid M thai K'ih
je< t t!u, more vole*? bt WOVld win for Mr.
Cooklinc. H?) t?. the ?-ml the i'l'-siilent failed
t4? leitive even thai Said eointtsy whiih i.
naiinMy nr??ii.h:d t?? ils outaoing t?pr?iBentatfre
by a BSStS, h power.
'Jlie voi?s wir?: viry -ignldcont, Mr. Coiik
liiif. had lxi-n ui(.'?il | lIn* li-i clioiee ami
prian favonte ??f il?. President, t.ut of 7..iM
I voU-s he, ?lid on one l?,?l!ot s?< in?; as many u?
uti, but ?t wi?.? altarward showa thai at l?*nst
i? of Hmm laally piaferred au snti>Orant ean
dldate? ?Mr. Mm tun iva? will known to i?e
n? it iu Presid.Html i.,w?i, itml tit tue, leading
f-'uididuti.s, H?Ui tin- Im ballot, he was in xt
in paucity of Mtaa? UlS ! ish? *t WM 1/4 and
at tii?:?* 11 lilt him attat Uio hist hji.ot .md
voted for sn nnti-Ginnt caadldata 'Tbe
big e-t stnnptli rcal.y shown on any l-nllot by
Conk lin j? BBd Morton toiilhcr. excjudint* the
nine in Ntw-Yoik who were for Maine. WB6
V.u., lens flinii one-lliiril of ihr Convention, ami
tlii*?, wiih 'J-i dorn Pennsylvania, was all nmi
BON th:in\ill the t-itit'i'?!t!i which (.'ran?isu
eoald eotnmaad. Mr. Bajee was propoaed asa
Candidate in I Idler by Senator Shcnnaii, 60_pe
month., ago, i? wbieh lie excited the wrath of
all followers of (?taut by loblly declaring
against | tbitd tenu. Mr. BUM ownl WtWtR
of bil itreagtb to his known ?"))><>.-ifion to
QlBBtianii ami lo t>?o openly avowc?! hostility
oi Great*! eepedal Meada, ka f??? Mr. Bristow,
I.i* unpai'iloiiable ofVt.ii.*-.?? WBI thai li<" had he? i.
Beadiag food third-term wotkere t<> Km
penitentiary. Tlie origiaal votes for nil tbeoe
??ii?tliti i tes ivpreeented determiBed opposition
to Gianti-m, aud tlry numbered aboi:! tr.o
thiril.s of lim Cniivi nu m. In the end Giant1!
lavoiit?'.*? were ?liivcii lo unite tin ir gtiaagth
ami Klirrender it t?> Maye-., in order to Dvarani
the Biipcei-s of I'lniiT.
TIickc f:ict_ wc* incnli'-n now, nof in a spoil
ol t ai i.n t in-r esaltatioa offer defeated men, but
to bhow how eaaily ami ilecisiv! ly the Etrpnb
licin party crt-t uiT the. one-man power which
its oppoaeate fondly hoped aroald prora fatal.
At no time niiice the pally ?beCBBM fmly aware
that lin-r? war? an ?i?nil t?i Hii'iii?'a thiid tcrtn,
oi to control the Convention for (?rant ism, lias
there been a possibility of the 1006681 Ot that
cir??rt. The iiisiinct* of tiie pait.v v.ue fight
It> fOtetg ?1? tiiaml? ?1 a genuine ami thorough
lelonn. ami, finding tin? inllm-mt* of Ihc Ad?
ministration in the way, ih.-y bin !ictl it aside
with a ?le(i?i?n?, pconiptntBg, aad einiil, i Ml
which prored thai in their opinion the time
had paaaed for eomtaaj, Tin- result is m".-r
OOeouiagfan to all real friends of Kclf-irovi tu?
rn nt. Denioi rata who b..\e h??i?? ?I, ami
prayed, ami continually piophaaiod tl.it the
Pieaklcnt would force hi-1 oara raBOmfoatioB,
or dictate his Mic?*e*sor, nmi thai the RepobU?
can pattj woulil not have ihn nii.nh'ioil lo
;?? i-i, aie. nal!.rally h.ni?? what 1001 ami disap?
pointed.
TBR NATTOR*S FOTJBTB OF JCl.Y.
Tin- wh.ale Amt ii?*.m people v.-'ll Kjolaa to
learn thai the CeaUMudal Cobubbi-ion. towboai
tlie ;?i',iii''cii:eiit of the /.nut national celebra
tion of our near anniv? ?--?ty wag iiitiusti?!,
lune adopted the IBM ?Ian which satisfies his?
torical propriety ami tlit- Miitimeiil ol ?sa? ml
local association.-,. The coii.im inoiativc ?-.ohiii
n it ii*.** ol tlie ?lay will be held in Imb-pcinlt-nc?*
?Square, the nwafcuie and ?digtiagniabed gaeete
occupying a platform baill ggainrt the Booth*
?ui [root of the old Hull. Richard llenrv Lai
will therefore read the D?claration of Inde?
penden??? within a lew jrarda of the upai where
his grandfather gtored :t-? ?.iloiit'on, and eery
littl?* ftiititer from iliat where it i??t~ iii t read (<>
the people? Tba latter aet oeeaned oa the 8th
ot .!n ?. 177i!. when Johfl Nixon, Cliaiiuinn ol
Ihe ?"??lilliiitt'c ol S,if.*!y, nioliijteil to the h.il
cony of n little ol?-i is.itoi v, enMSted lor the
a-nein-iiicr Kilt?IBBOO ?.. before Ih.- tiaiisit ol
Venus m tin* year IT!?'.-, ?in?! there lead glood
th?* Immortal docomcnl t?> ?!?? gaeemhled pee?
11]?*. It U m?; Ben?-rally known thai tl.?
foundation? of tin oli-t i \at'ny (which ?Ii ap
peared kmg since) haw been recentlj ?dieooY
egad, near the HWllh aaatOIB coiner of the
eqnare.
l'i.is i-? the one platt, of .'i'l pl.tc*. i?i tin*
?-(?t.i.;i>. for the Nation*! ? catennia] celebra
ti.'ii. imh peadeatt *8qaare?, of cont?e* will'
not ?oiitiiiii ? leoth part of ?the multitode
which will ?.. ? I. in behold al n ?diatan ?*. If ..?>t
t<? hiiii, gome portion ot the aojmsl ?eero
momea] bal ao ?other -??ti could poa?bly offer
greater Cacilitii -. Poi tbe difBculty ig in
ln r? lit in tin* lin.iteil powers ?.I ? .1;, v??':. .?, ;:>r'
vision. Under the bmmI DaTorable ?eouditiooB,
it \v?,ii'i| be -imply inipeeeible foi bmno than
10,000 persona t.? hear any port <-f tha pro*
ceedinBB, or lor Bioin than _'!,,<'t"i t?> r ?
thein with tolerable dist?nctncoB. ludcpead*
? : .?? .-.'.'..ir?*, with l'iith, Bixth aad ?v.
st ., will coatain the latter aamberi and
iK.ilitioi.iil thousands will find placea ?t. t m
Borronnding bn?dinita. In inch an Inclos d
??in?'* tbe Vinci,? oi the gpeahere v-ill ?m fnr
i!.?r ?ii.d with leee painfal effort, owing both
to the eonfloing witll- ami to the greater <?? r*
tainiy of h?eiict in ilu; ?.??d in <*. There will
?iniiotii.it ?by lx* twirn tin* iiiiinbi'i ef real par* '
ti.ij.iiiis in the eelebratiea thaa if ?; ?were t??
take place ?>n the Bzhibiti<oB granada, or in
any pari ?>f P?iiraiennl Park.
I. its details, wc do not see how t'n* com
im moratioa ?eonld have beea nade gfaaplef <?r
bmbwappropriate. Jis ehief featnrei ?'?ill hoi
B hymn i?\ OUtoI Wemhll linlim s ()| Hg_BB
elii's,*:ts; the readiog ?of the Declaration o.
lrni??peadeace by Udmrd Henry Lee oi Vir
K'iiiia ; an ode by llayanl Ta*, loi of PeOBOJ 'va?
lia ; ?m oi.?!i"ii b) William 11, Erarte ol New*
j Vor!?, ami a n?;;t?'!i l>\ BeBBOf Qomeg of lb.'
! zu, rompoaed at the reqneal ??t Dom Pedro
? II., who will be pn.ini. The tooi principal
: Bute? af the in-t I'nion are thug repieatuted,
I and the greateal power on ?tbe othei half of
? the American Coatineal adds Ua g?nerons eoo* :
Btioa.
For the bnndrede af thooraada who must of ?
i necc'-ity gire up all h??*?* of wii'n *--i j.- the |
: chid eiTci.ai!.ii -, then* will bt DO la?!; ol at- :
1 tend.ui; cell !i?:?,: 1-s. There wIO be proeee
I giong, paradeOi aa orerflowiog abaodanee of
m. I ?, bannen aod ?cmblematM decorationa ;
meetings ?of RaeeciatiOBe, with their owb ape
?i,l iprechee gad Bongai the planting of
memorial trees, aad ?>tln*r token which thai]
carry the meiBOtj oi tl:?- day Into fntwe
.'.?.us; ami the p.iliiolic 11,11 idou -in mt of BTtTJ
muH ai.il wiiiiiiii will ?.?I?! it? ahare to tbe gen
i ?-nil coneeeration ?>r the oceaaioa, \\ ?) ?cann?oi
' il.tiiiit thai in character, ao li .-?* dun in \tt
hist?rica] Bignificance, the Fourth <>i July,
187*8, will be a ?aj, tbe like of winch none
: who gee ii. tuny ever a-ii.i behold.
A CACHOS FOB lili. FOVBTB,
A wiiie-aiiiiiiii iiii-.i-ty eorigti aatrog the odi
cc.-i ??i fin in*iiiiiiii*? eoo-paaiee reepectiag tha
rtpproaching Ponrth <>i .In!.?. \B etety citv, in
every village, in ?very baB?H throoghonl the
land there will be powder tmrneil gad fira
woil:s lit with thrice Ihe usual prodigality ami
ear? leaaaeea. Then ie ahraya g list of fine oa
j the l'oiutli of July in ev?iy large city. Jb.*
' m? :i l.v ?doobUag or liiplinu the DOttbef of
Kueh Area will not _:iv?; u,i the meaeare <>f the
I ?eoBtlag daageri wtttj small fire hriaga the
I risk ll.it it limy be a peal oi.c A linn,.? kit
throwa lata ? bunch ef ehaviiige lo a ?eooper'g
sliep in Tortliiinl, July 1, ls?;t',, vv; ? l!ie nuaiis
of billion;* one-half of tint ?*i,y, Including iu '
? bii.-aim-a? Miiiiir?. The domafe don?* by thai
on? In*'lacker it ?*.-?l iniaied at t?r>n million __{.
' larai and to this da,' U:e warn of the injury
' me apparent iu the vii..;nl SpOCeg ?if tin* cl,nf
I city of Maine. The figllBW that small lin-s nu
ll,.. Konith of July muy bceoin?: gieatet mica
i? ?i?.i.illy iucreiMcd by Ihc f.nt tbul they aro
j Veil H|?l to IllCrtk Ollt Kiliilllt,iiiii.I!.I in ;t city;
j ami ec.-ti with tin- lust ol thv dip-ntm. nt-? it ia
StSsmtt} poawilili? to IBBcL -eatial fing ul MM
without Bom? delay. Nowhere oro delays m re
dangerous.
Mr. Chittem.cn of Brooklyn called the nt
tintion ??f the. IIou.;? of lh'pro*ontutiv.*s to the
perils of the 0011111)-,' Fourth, in a memorial
pneeated la.t week, and in Monday?, d?bate
on periuittiiif, tho I.i tiict Own rniti' nt to
spend $1*000 for IrowurM. Mach ai what
paMM for humor and eloquence iu tho ?OOM
wi.? poured forth by the. friends of the bill,
ami Mr. Chilton.len was taken to t.isk for n
waut of patriotism in onpopitig it. His prinoi
pil object w.us ttOli however, he ftited, to in
t.ib'ie Will the bill, but to hrinrr into promi
nince a won! of caution as to the dangen ?'f
the Centennial Fourth, lie ramin led the Room
that !*i7()<),00().0(H)-:t stun equal Io a third of
001 national debt-lia.1 been destroyed by fire
in this country sime 1N7<>. Beyond all ?pies
tion this enormous loss is a lur_*c element in
the pre-, nt <lepres-ii>n of our industries and
??o,iiiin ut1. R?vulsions in business, by shat?
tering ?i ? .lit, BXttagnish taCtitiOM wealth;
hut war, fi'.minc, storm and tir? abaolntsty de?
stroy the little surplus that lahoi accumulate.,.
Fire is the worst enemy of this country.
Tho public di.'plays render eertaia an in
erease ??f dangei from pow<b-r and firework?
on the Fourth. Tho greater peril will Ix-, how?
ever, ban these thiagS in the hands of the
yoOBg folks. Then i? likely to lie no limit
except in parental portee, to the sapply
for noise ami glare. Uoforo tie boyi
siirt oil' in the mint of the .Burning
vrilh th? ir pistols and cannons, their
paehagas of powder and firi-cn-oher-*, and also
-.viten they are waitine impatiently in the even
in-- tor the darfcaen to ?-?-a:?', dm! they aary
tOOeh oil'their fireworks, there will be time Io
ImpfOM epoa them the argent aeed of aara?
Iillness. Tliey have no conception of the
risks they nin, and it would ho well if a
fatberiy eye eoald keep watch of their ex
p?riment., when they ?ire making a pile of
?vet powder, and perhaps Ir-antng ov?T it to
blow the pank and make it light. We cannot
a:!'??;?! Io have tiein brought homr- maimed
ami bleedii_c> And also, thoagh this is of Ich
Importance, wo eaanot a_fotd in theM hard
time, to I,urn up a city.
T'ir COMMENCEMFKT 8EASOE.
Th? rh ilariy I'-stiviii-s have began in the
????lie,?-. Wc ihow our ??- im.it?. ??t their im
portance bj eoneeding a liberal spice to ro?
porti of them. Apart from the sentiment
which tliey Mggeeti their ?liter?*.-** is thor?
oughly practical ; for upon the real nUain
tii? nt s of theM nommons gr duat? ? the In'r:?
greatness and prosperity of the ???.utitry will
i.i.i a linio depend. Oternrers who have long
taken a t>:irt in the a?-.ivilics of lilt- BO-Oe*
tlmes siller ?t tho eterci-es of ('nmiiiciiff mclit
t(? an ua'.tir cniici-in. The topics selected
tor summary treatment aie usually large one-?,
ami khi h as ?It ma ml a rlgacau and
capable ha-nHhrgj which they aie a?i
likely to (.'?'t from men of twenty.
What we may reasonably exped Is promi e
ami not pmfiaiaaate What we want, is
earnestness t?iii|iiiiii by modeatr. Tbe young
orator who Inevitably gires m leminisoenMof
I,is reading is entitled to a patient bearing, if
his it ) li.ilmtion of the bOBWWed thOttgbl
prOTCS thai it has really taken ?ws-es-iioii (.r
his mind. The OoOegU ;iiiiiv?i-:uy is well
called Commencement, The four yean oi
have only bet n yean ??i preparation for
? ??:'.? which i? to ??mi?. No science has
i? -.-n mastawd ; no language has ht en attained?
nu .m i..?- been thorough!. Bcquir.'d? and yd
in tho beariag, and the speaMag, and the
irritituyof t!i" j;r.i note, we awy ti? I eat?r*
?ne?-??: au a*.?i.l.n?.is. aaefal, and woll arranged
life, and tokens of a predestinate manHneas.
wii'!-\-i-r may b?? tl.? defects of oar col?
lege training, we gel m these yearly gradu?
ations K'li'i.i? nt evidence of it-? fair oo
eompliihmenl "f what it undertakes t?. th?.
It (.fives the seheh-T the right ?-...it ; it
secares fot him s g?n?ral knowledge ?>f what
is t. be :k i'::riil; it furnishes him with n
scheine of filia ink and with Utr-raiy tastes
and in-,?IK14, while it prepares him for pro*
i iiional sitai'fs. Moreorer, though the alum
BM m iy become i merehanl oi s mechanic-, or
v n i.i rcr maj be bii earner, be seldom loees
the r?sped fot literature which be acquired In
college, lie al leaal ???.es not h??!?! books and
wri! m i.i oo-.teo.p_, iik?' the telf-wade Orad?
?.muni- who siii.iiiit everything t?. the teal of n
monetniy ralaatioa. He keepe ap th?.
character af the dam te which be b?louga.
li? le aasaag theM who hare always ;> ward af
enccNuragetneal for the stodeal environed by
dif_ealties, Ue help? to endow profeasorshlps
?md to toerease libraries. He i. smoag tin?
friends and actire promoters of public icbools.
He buys the new i'???.ks and be reads them.
He i. ihc diaeriminating patron af art; hi.
wa\ I BN :'? BeroM and hi- mannt : . are ietine?l,
in spil.bl. constant'?conted ?ii.li the miserly,
the selfish, and the meaa,
Colleges an taw, m the] always have beea,
an aiaertioa of the troth ?>i the old proreib
thai " learning Js better thaa houaes or lands.''
Ko matter how slenderly th y may be en?
dowed, or how Incomplete may be their curric
!i!um, they are aliO dignified and renetable,
i-v? n ?a their pretension and in spite <>! their
newne ??. Veiy Baturally,th< refine,s young8tate
of spane population and of limited res?ources
feels that its foundations are not well luid,
Until ii can boast af I " Fi.i.i'i siiy." The
in titution, n i. trnoi moal unit tat thai mm
pleteness which only yean can give) it? n
su'.tr.'t s mu-i be gathered by slow sccrr_on*
if wisely projected and managed. Il will see
man] ?-'?ll.-?-:? -? fall tato merited decay. There '
will, however, be surely i sttrriral of the
Ql ? --t. '1 In* insiiiiitioii irhiefa Is needed, and
which meets tin? publie waul, will live
and ? xeni-io for generations ? benefi?
cent Influence. It may pMs through j
a long period of dlflculty and of adversity,
but its ?lay af power and of gTOStl.I, Bad of
Una hold upon the if ?nit ami affection ol
s(,"i?i,, will coin? ai last. There .-ue graduates
who have th?! bappiaess i?. im their colleges
Bheady occupy_ng this bnoortant position.
There an others who have the reputation and
the futaie prosperity of their Alma M;?ii.r in
th? ir keeping. They may have no money bj the
gift of which they may prove tneir affection,
but tiny may (nove it not less, by u.ti'fiil and
Inminable lises.
THE PYRAMID Of MYCERISUS.
Tu. Ticim ni; <?f the ?Id of May BUT? an ?,..
??mini ol the recent discovery by ?M. Citabas,
the ?lisiim/iiisheil Kreiicii scholar, of mi old
Egyptiaa astroaoarieal tabh?, which has
farnished tbe means far aatwataliiiiig lha ma
of Kng .My.-eriniis, the 1.nil,I.t of the small
pyramid at (ihiz.-h. Bhwe then we have re
eehred savanl letu?r? asking for _soro exact
?btaila of the astronomieal d.tta, which, awfag
to the seanty reports given in the Pans
journals of tho papor reiul by M. do Beaky
beim the Academy of Inscriptions, we havo
not b?en able to supply. Hut the circumstance
tli.it the calculation was made by the French
?atraaeowr, M. Hint, wat at least ?uflicient
evidence that the period recorded in the papy
ru-? waa one capable of being recos"ii?7-ed# and
thus mathematically determine.
On tho 2?_th of May, tlie Academy had
another niectinj*, at which SI. Ohabas himself
read a paper in regard to th? ?liscovtry. Tie
published report thereof Ie provokiiiply brief,
yet it throws a littl" nd.litiotiil Hgfat upon Hie
main fact We gbovM first remark tli.it the
astronomy of the ancient Bgyp?BBI WBI "-1
Boat iiiitvelou.-i m its i'xaetne.ss, when wc con
tkSBt tlieir la?*k of ail bnt tho rrnh'st mechan?
ical appliaucts. They, first of nil races, adopt?
ed a ?o?iir year of S68 days, and they also
compensated for the odd hours which we dis
paao of in our leap-years, by th?? very peculi?
arity in their calendar which has led to ihe
discovery of SI. Cheba* That is, the be^in
ning of their year was fixed by the heliacal
rfaiag of the star Sothis (Sirius),?tho day
when it bOMBM visible immediately bofon
sunrise. Tliis heliacal rising variea slightly
from year to year, and in a cycle of 1*244
years comes around attain to tho same
day of the Hamo month. Thus tho
?Egyptian cilendar added one year in
every 1,244, instead of ono year in every
1,100, as occurs in ours from the ?'?in of 860
leap-years. That this was the result of care?
ful calculation, ami not a mere coincidence, is
made evident by the fact that the l'-yptiuns
diacovi rc?l and calcul ifed, although not v? i.v
eotreetly, the period of tho prtHtSision of tho
Eqalaoxea.
SI. Chabas .??! ?t; s that the heliacal iWlg of
Sinns meiilionid in the papyrus took placo on
the !?th of Ejiip.'ti, wbieh was tho eleventh J
Kliyptian month. Now, it hapo-ns that the
rhBBg took place on the _BBM d.iy of the same
month, dariag a year so much later, tliat the
day fteelf may be detertnim-d. In lact, any
laeord of the ilelaf thai is tho commcncc
ment of the Egyptian y?*ar?durini* tho reipns
ot the Ptalearfea, nmald be laaVienl to fix tba
date, We eagpeet thai tbe report is lUghtly
illgUlliale in tiii.-s respect, aad tbat it means
simply to say that tho day lmlieuteJ by the
9th Bptpss is gattlad hy the later ami a?'?? pt'd
chronology. The cycle of 1*24*4 years eives the
rest. M. Chabae is positivo thai tha ninth
year of the rciga of MyeniBue falls batweea
tha yaare 3007 aad -''.oio B.C. All the de?
tails of the calculai ion, no li'ss than the lan
gaage of ?the original manuscript, will aa>
tlotibU ?liy be ?-?ulijc-rt? d to a rigOCOUg test; but
sine?* tba reaoarehee of Ifeibitte and the bb>
toiical studies of Bragaeh and Ebeta? the ?afe
*.riv?*n to the third pyiunnd will surpiiso no
ouo. ____________________________
We eeagratalate Pr?sidant Ortoa upon the recent
n liiictimis he 1 .is made in the tolls of the Western
i niou I'dagrapb Coespaay bom St. Louis Beata ami.
IP* Ims II..I. yet i.-'.ii.lit ui? with his alert iiiiil a;'.le
mal, hut the, rodnctioafl amde ar?? a s ibataattal
i.ei.ctit to ih?* bariaeoBiommanity. At iho ?ame
tine we bel sur?? thateoand haohwei p<?'i<"y for hm
Company moot aooa ba bead ?to coincide with the
??cu? ral i>nlil:c ilc-iio that Iheaa ndactioim ihall
prut ci ?I iipuii a iiiiifi'iu? ami ?ysteinatic basis, and
ili.'it tho plan of milking halt' a iluzcii hites of th?
i lia n j aboald ba Bbaadaaea. Telegraph lines aaa
in- tmiit aaa at baa than a bnadiad ?dallan i?er mil?-.
l'h "rra is .1 UllllBIBBl hhnukai*,c ia pric-i?, Bt? m all
Kimta <?f boaineaa tba dlAereaoa i?.*t ??. .-u actual out?
lay uinl ??.?PS rcooiplo is Rliuiiily ?li.iiinish
iiig. The price of telegraphing must tome
down a? well m tbe i-r?? i ? ui ?ill,? rthiage? Badaewe
papera, whbb bib apondhig ii'--?- lleiee Ihe money f??r
telegrapbie Bsnrieaa ahieh tbap apsat he fore th??
w.ii, nni?it beazeaeed tot ?uahing that it be put as
near eael a? poeethaa i be bnaiaom aoaBaannlty lele
urra;>ha ??ilheitii.il liherality, nnd has a rigbt t<? ex?
pect aojnal radnetioaoa I? ia gaita peeaibla tbat H
niiiv not ba band ?i'.sy t?> laake aaoh redo? ttoaa and
I i aara larga dir ideado oo *-u aaotaMa__lj aa
c.l'ii.al; bat tho ih >ii-i- mus! lio be* v1MB this a nil
i mnittiag rial baso i<< ipriag in?, lt ?s n? ?t ?i lea m
btthoM mal linea parpataally load iu theiedao
til...?
Tba ?nifcr? Fem?le C ?il?)g8 baa aat a nebb tttam
pi? of geo-joaitjr? it his eoabnad t :*.>?*? dogieoof
i.i..|). n;?.?ir th*? H.?u. J.'i*.?iii l>. liorgaa, ex-Go**.
?Tii.ir. A?*, It ??.ill be along wini.?, we bar. before
v.-?'?-.?r llirvrl ??.?1 reciprocate the compliment by
making ?a?? Baa, ?Olympb Btewa or other woman
preacher a Dot i"t ??t' Divinity? Howeeer, Iba ladiaa
nu- bai teg id ?i than ?of theeo titular ?dignitioB By
tho wat? Kutgera, wa obaertey tolvaa ua old pcob
k'in. Il ?iocs uot ??.iiiiiiit the epicene blander of
mating Miaaoa Bacheloraof Arts, bnt It heotawa
ilium Mi? Grace <>r Miss Fto_BBcotheM.Degioeoi
Ariiiiti) Bao? aliuir-?,?." 'I iis is correct, und tri
.pin ora the botberatbna of gaadae?
PI HkORAL.
A statim of Archhishop Hi?jliea is to be
eri-i'tc . lu the BBUipaa if 81. J.tliu'u OallaaB ui FordbaaB.
H v.
Mr. Lonle Dachauer, the wcII-Khdwii mu-i
I'nii, ?am lor Il_v?e to-day by tbo ?itiuiiu* .Saint
?. : i?i.i:i).
Ex-3eeatot Bchon Ii ntayiag in ?Uoatgomery
r.iniit?, i'ciiu., a fo?> unie, fta.iu Philadelphia, with _.??
t. i
The fund for the ?huai of Thomae Painc, t?>
i.'i'i.i.'.t m t?"' pen rnee llall, Ptiilatlelpb--,ainouata
Ui ~ai?.i i?.i. li,.-1 i n i.- ? Jed li >i ,200.
The Emperor William received 41."71 prea*
mil tiailil III.? Mi.,.' - ?-. ' li,--. |n? il ?! ???
cbarta, -? i ka of art, table doMi-ai-ii-n, ?nil utiinr tiilnm.
A l'iji blander became an em tnored ?.f Mia.
s. eti BbidoM dorli | bei aUy i" Boa Boatb Walaa thai
in- nir. nil in pinch eaa ber?ol barbaa?aad :?rsi_ Baaeaaa
ut baaaaaa
Mr. W. s. Wart, MatoraUat of the N, w-Yorh
Ait lariiiin, m;h.iii ?? ? Im,;, by ttrtuicx \: f pt of the
N:i.ii.:inl I in* Hi.? iiai'iii..'. Mr. W.u.l ?a:! rial! t1.?'
U(|?i:iliii ..I I'm.; mil an.I 1':?; :? \an!i g \ ?, f ,,f jut],,
luto the N.?\ Vort tqu rlun .1 ? the more nccutat
t?'.i? iln?., i.ii'i i:n|ii,.i. -a -i .. lie trill aleo confer with
!.i'?,ll-li i....m ;. IimI . ..- : ' , . ., ,',!: !..... in ..| th,. ?pc< i il
??epHiiii.i'id ui tree lum uctluii, ui.i'ii is i?ba a d?a
t n.-u,.'in!,a: reatare ol the Br?l lot ??riean aqoarlma.
Tho Hon. \V. 1). K.licy writ *s as follows of
Qov, Bayeai " i kn?..*. Bajea wta\ u ?vinif bmmb? \?it:i
iiiiii.iii'i ins ?.ire *, BUB ha ?.;)-?i-i OM-gmaa Be u a tttoss
lll.lll, well lil'lal'.Cl!, Ul'll il,-.-, l-Xpt I'll I'.cell.H ?? K,.;,||, I,
u-atimcnor ?.f ?ii.io, a? aoograaaaaaa, aaaMabar**or,
abo, v.l? ne? er ont tf pabUa ?lit?, li.iM fciit: I that Liml
ii. in.i.'iii'i* which pro*? ?? thai lie btu?taa-lU*? enj. ,c.|
ti.'- n ai in la,i, r u 1.1. ... - -, , ,, ?i nuil 11 pie o? estate.
Hin na.na? m-, liberal, tarn bachelor unel i burin? lefl
Ulm, tl.?* one V'j'i'.ii????. ami ibe utlwroIkiiiI ptoo.ooo.
Hu babtle ?in- -ample aud hu buHultaUij ImiiuhII-wi,
iiiiil ilutiuji hie iiiliiiiiii.itiatinii tbe W'.ite i lu-',,- ?m be
pit'siiii'l over ii.v a uimluit, Intelligent, ciiiiia.n,.?. aie!
-in,?.ail? woman, wltb a pair <?i Uaghiug ??>???? aa bl.,,,
awl inuiit i.i? roar own, and who, tl pioud of aiu*thiiig
m lin bnah.aiad'e career, u la tbe benrtlneM ofula Ufe
nuil lila 'ict.liiiii ?ruin uttontutlon."
POLITICAL MUES.
There i.i a pretty general l)i*li?*f tl at tha
"?ii?,i! i a Un. .w u" it, ii?ii) t,) hara tin* frnt irbaam al
8t. la.l'.irt.
Demoeratk Jovrnalg arc profooBdly d__gBelad
ll! Iln- *' ill.I. Mai tl-isle" wlii.-li th,. ,ni|e|i, luleiil pie-? has
exhibited iu "rnahtag" to tue eapaaet ef Bairn un.i
Wheeler.
('?ov. Hendriekg has sent word to his fricntls
kg WaaaaBglaa Ihm i??* voaM am geeaa. aasoBaaiiaa
fur Vl?*e l'i. ?lili-nt ir it ware tiit'.Tutl Ulm. Tu?t make? mi
ci? Ding i?'i ??cu. Bwtag nl ouio.
Tally ono for Peter Cooper's 'him load.
The ?erre Haute tix/irett bolt? the nomination ol lines
aud M In ?1er, aud any* that if William Alleu la uot nuuii
uutod at Ht. IaDUi? It will aappurl Mr. Cooper. The lix
pre?? leu Bapablleaa papar, bat It lovct tlie rug baby
limn- laaa an. p.?I.v iimler the nun.
I'rcHiihnt Chadhawna of WflMaam CMkgo
pans. . tills Jmlituieut ou tbo Cliieiiiuati ticket; "1 uui
more tbau ?atmlled wltb our wor? at Ciiicluiiuil. Of
eoun<e, I wanted ?MbIBB*, but we have lli*l-ato?vuiu. It
wa* n ramilt tliat bo ?>ue could darn to hope for at llr?t.
Tbet'otiveuilou proved lo bu, willingly or not, a ' rin_>
ltlll.lsll.-l '" ?
'ihe latent Dcinoeia?c ticket ig aleo the most
wonderful. The Mtmphi? Avalanche invent! It: ? 4
and Kelley would tie ?1 tlckot that would meet Hay.,
Wheeler face to fu.e, an 1 tlie result would be ?eeAi
?sttHsg?U -Q_.t-i'_l questlous without evasion, fo
lUfBlust tl!. present ttinmclai poll?'** of tho count
Yes, unit it would pmlttilily aetflc Allen and Kelle?
the ?..'inm? Democracy ??t the same time. '
Sjieakiiii* for the Connecticut HsM-MMf,
Hartford limes elves tlili ._vi.- ? to tu? ... . ..',?
??.i-siloiii at li Lou'?: "Tlie popular voice la for in,
retrenchment, and pure fsrsnUBSM. Give n? thl? tli
iiutl tiie platfonn of souud principles aad the coix_?
i .(mal party will wiu tae triumph in November, a s
?ml unsound platform and weak uoiuiuaiiou would
In?rteu tn? host of futan wi s desire u> ovi-iibro?
ooirupl I'tity now In power. Ti.< man is of more _..
quciiee thau the platform, hut b.i.h oux-it to he ?out
At least one D?mocratie journal gee*
iil'siinl inconsistency of howll_i?; for elirht years aboi
military desjioti.ra and thtn turuiiiK a oucd and 1
p.iit!n,.iinot!ier military tt.un for President. Th? 1
Preis says: " It Is folly t?i talk about tiie nomlu-tlwi
(Jen. Hancock. He lia gUUi ninn and, would toad
good Pi ciblent, no duubt. but he 11 s soidier. and we
li? tt the country would rallier Lave a statesman tha
?.Ulli*.. We ba/o hud e.?Ut years' expeileuc?: la t
line a.r? adv."
Kx-Gov. Fenton seems inclined to donbt 1
Deiiiocii.ile cap.niiy to tit:t wisoty at 8t. Low?.
thluUs Tlld? ? tlie ItrSOg man of tho party, and asy?
opposai on to him I-i hi own Stuto will Increase hl? r
inn. power. In every other State, so that he will
a_uaf_r aaMil Bf BtWYotf than In It, and yet carr
fngaggy by a roiisniK majority. Tl'dcu and It.-nlr 1
or Hetidilrks and Parker would be powerful, but I
Foulon is of tlie opinion Hint ?Ilr rs?B-illi will not t
vu.l, and that the L'u.tiown may bi> plaecd st tho fron
Delaware Kepublicatis aro not ])l?a.e?l wi
the President's enoloo of a new District Attorney
them. Their principal ??rifan. The Wilmington (k
mental, calls lb?* appointment of Fnb.*r t-o.tu__ioua. _
?uliLs: " What intluetic could have brought It uboul |
only be conjee ure<L It the ap|Hilu*.uif.ut Is to stand, th
liabco. k . Ik-11I1I i-( ?unie his former place, ' and Belkn
?s'o info tue War Department a-;nln. Judj-e Fm.uti- I
uni the 6iipi?ort of IM Republican party of this Sta
nur the respect or contlilem e ot tl.o people, uud foi- b
to be placed here Id tho responsible position of Unit
Malm District Attorn-'i. after the well-known fuels
tils career In Washington, wl.l b?> resented lailUn.ni
bl nil. If ilr. HN-gflM is to be n moved as j.r.iy 1
Pia sldert to 11 -pliice bun with ou?? wLoiu the i?xiple 1
gaial wl?h loepocl."
The Democratic party continues to harmom
tvfiiutitiiily on IM cuit, iicy ouoatlou. Wlii!" The H_.
and Mr. Hoi mont are favoring a ? sound M__pM_B-M
with the Inflationists, The Ilosbm I ost SSSMI oat soirmu
with tills announcement : "?There IsousfsMI on wb'.
tin* pu.ilic looks wltu coutidence to the Demo? ratlc par
f.t,- a nt r.iii.' and satisfactory ex,ir- salon of opinion. TL
U the currency tjut-stion. The d?claration of the Itepub
cm platform would bo MBB-Bahas even If It were n
b clic: by ten years of Inaction and indorsed by such 1
Bstloulstsas Loi*rtn ami Hutlei. Moreover, Guv. Dav
pla.nly showed in Convention that ii? purpose was su
thins but hard mom y. What tlie Democrats have to sa
BtSI latins will at least Bs lute lUible nna ain.ei-, au
11.1. ne cuit ('(iiilit tbi.t l| will bo au Linul.1__i.4-.l_ tlixla.'
li.u for ?pecio pay iu. nt?.'"
FINE A HIS.
NEW-YORK CENTENNIAL LOAN __UUIUI1U_
NATIONAL A? AI.KMT ?IF OC-UON.
[Tlie >Itir?<auCi?ll?cU'>ii. ?Nurih Ii -tin.)
The pi? ture? number? ?1 iu the BBMlogM fror
1 to HA e ."ii_r to ez-.iov. & I). Mar?.'m; tn. y till lb
Nurili l.'Miiii, and flew over iuto thoc'oirldor and Into th
small raes, usually called the Sculpture Room. Tnis c?
lection la oie ol iiiiifoi'iu excellence, and con'ains pi.
tares by French, German, Roman, and American ar?sti
Tli? re ?ire here no less than thru? portrait.? of gentle-ic
liy the late Charles L. lildoti 0' Now-Yoik. to wh I
wli?*n tlvin?. the honor <?f bcin/our strongest painter ??
male heads was awarded by commun cousent, find sine
his dc.ilh no rival ban appimcd to (It.-piile UU title. Th
" Portrait of a Gentleman." No. 2, which we believe t
ii'iii ni Oar. Morir?n himself, is ? strongly painted, l.fc
Sht head, but we prefer to it, ?is a piece of mnunttug, >fl
fiiJ, over tlio assesl -Mst-WI ?n-1 of the 1 .sim. I bet
t-.e?e- man vigorous purtr.tlt -, ex ItUkai with so liiL-cl
f. ??-.!..in nud spirit. l'Ut, valuable oily _B ?t ?idles of lif-*
wie-rt* tlie aitlst'- -kill h;i? Issa shut iu for all vopo cm:
exercise to the narrow IsM of tire fs.-e?tL?* dreds ?nd
acccsauncs /ovin'; no opirortin-lty wh?tever for ?Ico
t.fatlv?? ff-'.-t, or f?ir the charm which make? so many
p.?. traits of tho old time delightful pos-x-ssioui even tc
t:i-? win ktiow notliluK whatever about tl.c men aati
w.iiin 11 who s.it for them??e fee! how great a ilit>-dv.?n
mg,- the muOmru fUktMtnmfunuun labors under as cciu
putt? with 1.?4 prctleces-ors of the plcturecque times. A
lar? part of the alliactivcucss of the ?utecLth ai.i:
?. veiti.-.uta ciiUtury i<oriraits?the Tltiaus, the Ttntt.r
ettu?. th.* Vsrsassss, '?-he Broiizinos, the Velas?iui-z?-ron
-i-t ? .11 lucir ?1 ??eorative char-n '.?1, luo ?lch ?oslan. -. I
(!? 1.1's i.f sri'lr.teciurc au?l landicspe, the lu'roiluctiou
of Mtni?,:ils, uii?l this a?, ninth Lu the portmiti of m"ti ?m
Iu those of women; so that when we couio to our im.d
?rn pottiulls, where the cleverest pnlntcr I? put to l.ii
trumps to add any c-Urnal Intirto?, we are ?.pt
to Bud the ncc'ssity of flxinn our atteiiti'n
MSB tiie mere niau, unwelcome, and " Portraits ol
Geutletui-u" have n hard time trying to pi, 1
world that like., above all tliin.v? to be MBSBSit th?
modern portrait palotes hu tiKicfere s n'uch h.?.'. 1
I Mh tu. n tin- old ones had. uhu livttt In a time when, for
ni' n as "icil M fei vii'?'ii. thi re was sueh a thin;; in
costume and BMI-B__UjBSB--i* ; and if we think r?f tir-, we
shall !-lvc more honor t<> a mini 'ike I'lliott, vrh.i p unted
mi well whatever face he Uked well enougii to loak deep
li :n. .ii..: in study, that Ins plciure? asu rule make us co??
tent tod?? without acce.-sortes.
Mr. ?.core? Hall's " llusplieriies" is S -rood picture,
by an artist who uiiitht have made a co-a
slderablo rci'iitittion M a tiult painter, if he had
eon.'lucd himself to that specialty. "The Uther*
pljyer" If ?.'. Mii-t-ititcf P.oine, is so 1'a.tly MBOIMI it
is not MBf to Ji:?U? ?t fairly, but li l?*oki a lively piece of
-??lion, tiioncli It i> a lui'- bold In the ?'utaloifiie-niaker to
call It " in the style of P.ul-eus." The dress ? .?mums ?'i?e
of Uiil'eti..'? I line, and i ..h.ips that is all that was meant,
but there la lure noue of the fgmOt Klinitin;'- rtclnie-- _l
? itinrlui: iu the stuil', and ci rtainly UBI of his aBT-H '.i
IMIssl. Tnl? lool.s lu color?or, rather, in no color,
like one of the s.ul Munich picture* which aie umv
fSUUg Am irisai models?it ttevcr can havo been pro
diiccil in?.l.-r a Roman t>k*?. Tho visitor may Judice t'?r
lilm-clf, ?nice directly under it hau.:* a picture from .1
true Miniii h pall tic- " Tl'.t WlaBABJ H?)is.*," by Fiart',
tyntJttggtg, Wl sbeiild tbltik Mr. llii.-kiu lia.l I? ? :, 1
?.'liiin.eii'ir of tbe Bmaaaa s hi aaaaria, m m once tug*
us:, ?i he .-.unid Ilk.- to be Iu Lnfc'l?iud, and that he li..?l
i.s. I BU [owcr to t.u c-ehTs so hi^h ,is to tiiuke it nu*
). --?'.itr to buy tl.i'in. The Munich ar ists would ap.rrar
to have lut 1: ?Iriv.'u by snuo such c.luiiify to use h >t
and dirt to pu.nt then picture* vwtlu DllkagCH**! i
depends for Us Inter st eiitnely on the eloveii.tvis n'.lh
wlii h he hai told bis story, oir the play of ezpreiaion
lu his faces, ?md 01 'ii.- suSsralaass of the greOgktU, a- A
of the iliiiiv ?dual sclluu. The horse is excellently palutcti,
and while the owner caresses it and ?xj ?itiatei oi? it?
nu 111-, n:.il I?S boys ^taU'l about the fileiitlly crealure In
1111 ?iiliiiii:ii>: t-it.iip, and the lucti J.an in ti.?* choru?, (?ill
l?u* 0:1c, vt ?m fc'it.'s a ertiical ?.jiuiit round the conn tt
the Ixai-.t's |<,_.), a elnl.l 1111.* tiii'ii.er'? am?? I? wore le
1. i.tni wild the hrighMslssM ?Ag ot ue pemsuMu,
and hmft ami ? mai 1?) tlitit.
Vnniiiitt Urs ?? latrifua.** an Bebsmn smm, thnA
n.aiic.s the pn ture more I ?,.:i/.?:le ?hau it need i?*, HOI 1
111,1, ii i-ifier rvi-t-utiiiii uf u pun gtgnmg to ft 1 tl.. I 1 -
rcuttoaal lainey ?'' tham ?luya; but the BMMrslsi >t
is iinpicti'i-ti.l ?iii'l lapsrHs, The fiiiuiiiis uri'iide of ti ?
Du. ?tl pullSS is di'iic -, int Justice to, and the Mem ("r
laMsf ?.he ii'iieiiil want ol life and ftelln<. A man I hu
olli-r.s to paint Vetii.e m.i\ want almost everythln< ftt
pjelie mfUtfUkhf v.ith the pace. That MlBBB.aB*ll
witliout it in? mikes of that embodied dresiu ue call
Venire, uoiuuig huts tollectiou o? sUllatisout of a
gas-tmaa
lheie are no less than three pictures by Mr.
KI11111 Vi dder in this exhibltiou-tws of them in thti
.Soi il? ltootu-und they ure, alt, uot a liltle di-?ii'iai'i""?'
Taere wns a timo when Mr. Vedder promised to be soin
IhlnR better than I paint? r of luic il-brsc and MnMm.
wliic'i l? all that we find In Ham works; tho tl.ure? aie
nil exc. 1 diutrly elinns.v and flacfjoted. Hut the eoiurmi
i? pleasant, and wo feel that the ?1 list may be, afu-r m%
only still uml fornial ou principle, ami uot bec-auie he U
uuaiilc to put lift) and movement into his people.
Tho ".tpaiiiKh Uinhtlay F.-sMval.'' by A. Alvarei, seemi
n? 1.- the capital picture Iu Mr. Mornau'i collection, sud
Olli uf I he 111..-I llitel't'-tlllp m Iho t ihll.illou. ItUel
tieiiiel-, well huiiK. anil Is set like s chitertiU sun lu ths
middle of the north wall, wluru ratllauce streams out
from it on either -nie. Of course it does not do ths pic?
tures near it any rooiL It ninkes " Luther and the K-*"
fo. mers at Haiburg" bntk very grusi, wmoh U uot .*_>*?
ss Luther, st least, would hare liked well enouxh *?
have l?-, n in this saliioi) lia!?-nm?." to this sl-tfl-g i ba>
tuen the Refornion hsre slwajs been treated u*jJ?"tf
bv ?1 rman painters. And, l?et-?es. this beins another <-t
thoce Miinteli pictures, nod painted like all then'?-*?*?
soot and mud. it would bo essr tor a much Isas btlgn
an i airy painter than Alvaxet to take sws/ U* *'--l-u
aU-ik of cheerfuluess. A much mors srtk?o plouu?
than this purtnut group ol flot-ildt'i -Jules Braies?

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