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A ii volt ?it Casco, Pera, on the ?Xh ult., wm nppmeed. 11m Yonng lien't Chrietlaa AaeocMMon ananrnbnd in oonvootion al Toronto. Domksth'.?Gen. Bbenaaa says that no vohmteen an needed to Inl '? the Sarna war. Mr. Bel kinj? is regarded now Meertein to be eoovicted, - The raamval af Got? Jewell and -Mr. Trait ore the only topic of conversation in Waahington. --The Confi-M'iici i ta have agreed oa more of the appropriation bi la, and Uoagrna may possibly ndjonrn in i few dar?. Donnai ss.? [n the bn*aeachj] enl trial, t-eetlmonj' fur the defense WM given? tbO ?il?',' liel?. l?e?l;!ia;i's chara, tu toi Integrity and efficiency. ~ The Boom paaani the roaolutton de?laringOen.8obcnck't Reama iu Ihe Banamlline aflalra "ill-advlaed, an lart>nnan, and Incompatible with the duties of ins position." The Km Orando bill was debate L ?djranr ARB?8t buboah.?a peal KepnhUean ratifi? cation meeting wm held ai the Cooper Inatitnte, at which nddnesn an n ande hj Edward v.. Bt ton, ez-Oov. Baloauon, aad Gen. K?patrick. ' Dom l'eiln? Mlled foe England. : The BMnhMR of tho Ameiii-ii'i Bine Team reserve wttt - ?li ? ted. ? There wen many n? a MOM of s.unstruk?', a Urgt proportion ol which wi re fatal. =**= Boataey, Fiddlntick, Waco, and Bul let won the Long Branch races. . _ i,i,;.i, ] n j, 111*4, 1U-V faaldvahnol the legal-tender dollar at the ahme, 8R*ie nafta IHocka verj dull and eliuhtly higher, i kwlng let oriah. Tmk Wka iiik!:.?Tiir Ti:iiirNi:'s local ohoerva tions imlicat) fair weather, with I ??omis and a fair probability of light abowen =s*"= la this eitv-..--le:.!: v tht weather wm warm and aal try. ThertaomtiteT, BI ?,?6 , M . After liuvinu' waikial h;i:d for their client on all the technical ieanca of t!;?- eaee, (Jen. Bt'lknajr.s con;)??-I make staiccly any effort to defend him on (he nerita. It looka M if l'if.v a? Yitll mj tin? Minagarg of tin- prosecation, (?otLsidtroii tlm evideuoc agninst t?.< ii cllenl In Rupei-ui-ii-. Tho triol le, conacqiiently,hurrying to n liai k oui for tin- ex-SeeretAiy, and the pvaanaeta of aa adjournni-aal of CongTCM an as rapialy brightening. This year tin- Yoajraej Men's f'hti.-ti.iti ?MO ciatiuii!? are holding tin ir ROnnaJ CoRTClttJOU al Toronto. VijH-iilay thi y Hetenod t'> an ml dreea ftoni th.: vaamrnble Qecn-ge Miller of London, and accepted an invitation from the Hon. John luedonald bo vieil him ;?' his rtai dence. A- the Convention npretonte 7<'i Association.--, witli so,!t;;;> inonibaraj it nnat be aonoaded thai this great orjrnniantion be g?ii;s tha new oantnrj witii !-ii!t-.it!i(l proa^ecta. ?.??- - - Tho munii-ip.'] hill which the French Chan? tan of Depatiet has anjprored is an Important stop in tiie direction <>. ra?orn. it redncM tho patron.iuc of the Govi.-iiiini nt, ami iiitinsts a ngfje portion <?! tnopoopn with the ?lection of their civic officOta. Tim hill is bapoifoct, but no bettat could ho had withoot riaking an open con.liet with tho GrOTOrnUNrnt. That would I1..V0 i?!e.is(.(i tin- afonarchista, but nn^lit bave boon f nil to ilie Bopnblican paity, which is fanmpoaod of diacordant eleanenta. Tlnf? II? puhlioan ratifa-ation nteoting in this city labt night called forth mloVroniM <?i noto worthy fejffoa. Kilwanl W. Btooghtoo bnndled meroiloHHlv tlio j?n-iiii ainont of tlio Di-inociats on the financial iitiostinii, and RTgod his belief that Doni'ieiittie aneeoM would aiean ropudia tion. 11?' was also deuuite and etrong '?a civil service reform. Ex-Got, Balomoa li)?tA\*i-?' fgftftkaor liiiamial hhtnea, proniaing thai the liopuhlicar.s won!?! s:irpa*.s theJHOM?M oi thoir' platfiMin in loapoet to imiimpfion. (?a.. ?\\\ patriok RTnfft a.s tiiiial, onthusiaBlit and alo QUCllt. ? By tho refusal of Mt. Yarynn, late CUcf <?f the Six? ?al .\_'?iits of tlio Baronne l>e?pait mont, to rotate --? a Hoom eonrmittee the pnr ticulars of coumniiiicatioiis boiWOOR tlio l'n i deut uud Mr. Hiintiiw, tho fjnontiOR of the powers of Congre-ta committees over rccal CJtrant witiios.sei is fagnhi likely to bt toatod. It i? fa?l tiioe thai hll tin* heal ink's of tin.-) question, which conu-a up two or three taMOl at every acsaion, thould bn decided pcnuR* nently. MonnwhOOi the niain point of the Committoe'ii irii|tiirio* ?.h rovon ?I b] Mr. Vnr yan's admission that Ilie i'ret?iJo.?it was tanenegd] to the whUky proae^-utioiis. --? Our corr??i?<?ndeiice from the expedition against the Sioux gives many d< tills not hith? erto furnisbe-1 by telegraph ooiieerning the ?iieaeter to Gen. Cueter and liia cevaby. An midi n attmata nf tho IIBBiWOfl of the Im' anil (?f tiie strength of their poaition aaei hftTO been tin- clii't of the total raren " (lav. lint ;ii Im-s! tho m,.ti Bran weary, hi lii-iii in the .saddle i wenty-fniir hoars \ they made the attack, Tin for?e wasdh Id? time porta, andar Cantar, Be?o, a?d l?n to attack ihe Indiana m front, flank, ami In this attempt oar tones Brew d< fente detail. Reno's command, attacking in 1 waa barely saved from attar deatructioi Benteen, who ooTorod its retreat. This le tin lii'lian .-ticn.Mli to turn opon Castor, was attacking their rear. Their numbers sufficient to surround him and cut o?l all of oteape. Tin- real la rimpry a story of i laaj eooimgc and savage daughter. FALSE teiSl is AND lll'AL ONES We had hoped that this I'i? ~iilciiti.il i paign, between two candidate- of ackn edged purity and al.ility, might in- oonda in a Huill?n i- decent, it' not positively credit] Even those who Know no oilier motive th; desire ft? snecesa mijrht und reason to rel from the ordinary brntalities in this con It will do im good to ncease Gov. Tilde Btealing railroads. The insinaation that I Boyes di'! not write his own letter of ace anre will hast- no Other effect than to dtsj respectable Democrats. When ii is nssc that Influential journals hare been bribe? rapport Mi. Tilden, or Mr. Hayes is a nal grabber ami a tool of ihe monopolies, the si ilion le no? only indecent, lmt very opt barn only those who m.ike it. Is it not pi Me tor both parties to agree upon one 01 o? the day: "Blackguards to the "rear!" Mien presentations are to in- expei ted. [ti li,-r< ?it and honest men, who differ in inn standing or knowledge of facts, are api to m contradictory statements ol which one ox other is a misrepresentation, lint there some assertions already made which ore hostile to facts that it requires all one's cliii to attribute them to honest men, Of this . .'ire the statements that "Got. Tilden ne "opposed the Tammany Ring until it \ "defeated;" that "the military operations "ihe pi.tins have been crippled bj Derooen "economy;" that tbe reform which t? Hayes proposes i-* "merely to keep Gnu "appointees in (???ice," and that bis hi "carefully avoids commitment respect " the Resumption ?nt." Let oi assure heated partisans on hotli sides that these : other similar assertions are bkelj to do th more harm than good. Sensible men pene thai they aie untrue, am! think the w.u-c ; a canse which sei ms to need such defer? I Mi-n who are m>t sensible ordinarilj rote ? i their party, an governed by passion'or pre, ; dice, and an- rarely hit i>y the missiles ce monly known as "campaign lies." The bet class ot voters have been watching events v? great interest for some time. He srho wot win tin in must pay some respect to tact-. All intelligent voters know that Got. Hay thoagfa nominated last year on a weak a evasive platform, made a bold,manly, oncoi promising fight tor hard money; that he wl others who did the same forced a timid pai to eorac forward to that honorable positi and support him ; thai his recent rep'y t<? I pointed inouiry was equally brave and e pli.it ; and that his h-tter of acceptance n I only declares that he stands by ins record the ]iast. bat contains this not ible s? ah ac "I regard all tbe laws of the United States] '? latin;,' to the payment <>f tbe public indelde " net s, tho legal-tender nob bicluded, as coi "stitutinga pledge and moral obligation " tbi Government, which must in good tai "le- liii!." '?'hi- i-i incomparably more e plicit than the Republican platform, It com from a man who has shown that he bas tl courage and th.- ability to food hts party in tl besa>sense, l'y these words he easts behii him all tho pitiful evasionsof the Conventio and takes his stand upon tbe position that t! act of I"*"") is "a pledge ?>i the Govcrninei "which must in good faith be kept.*1 Tl Democrats will train nothing by ?my attain] ? to misreprescnl him in that matter. It 1-. comes them, rather, to consider whethet it possible for ?n ii candidate to take a poaitio (?.?u,ill. manly ami honorable. Their candidate tor Vice-Presidenf he spoken, lis holds that the dem.mil for n peal ot the Ke.suinption act is tin- vital part ( tho platform. Will Gov. Tilden accept th same pOSitioDi by positive dec].,ration, h silence, or by evasion ?' Unless bis langunu, is exceedingly explicit, In- will be thonjrj i elinod to evade tin- question, and his attitad \si!l ((.?illas', unfavorably with that whk Gov. Hayes his boldly taken. Il lie is e\ plicit, he must either accept as his own th demand for repeal of a solemn pledge, or re I ject and spurn it. Wo should be exceeding] glad to see him do the latter. Bat th?> I members of tbe Convention who repr?sentai j ami were in constant taiegraphic eommunica ; tioii with him did not tail tu advise him a once oi the langtutoo fainted apon tin- plat form against their protest, If, with sac] knowledge) he permitted his friends to secnri i bis nomination, en be with propriety ropo i ?hate at this late day any pail of that plat ! form ? ? Finally, if he should do fo, ami. in langnagi i not less explicit titan that of Gov. Hayes j should insist upon the performance of ever] pledge of the Government, thee would re? main a wide difference between the opposini i parties in the differing elements of which they [ are composed, tin- tendencies they have shown tie- records thej have left, and the use thcj hav<- made of their opportunities. In this lieh] then- is not only loom lor the exercise Ot a'! the al.ility which any combatant may posses., but this comparison of parties will control fai mou- votaothan can be influenced by any coarse j abuse or impudent misn-pn-s? nlatioii. Men who know that tho prevailing tendency of the Democratic party Is toward soil money and repudiation Will not he the less sure to Vole ae.ain-t it though everything h<- - ? ? 11 ? 1111 < ? 1 that (?in with troth bo BbM in favor of Qov, Tilden, _ Km UY. ASH BATES. Probably those who have been professing the most doubt about tin- position ol Carl Bcbun in the Presidential Campaign, have really fell hist. Certainly, since the day Heudricka was Dominated there was never reason for any doubt at all. The whole logic of tbe po i tion, the whole reoord of the ex*8enatoi I pointed plainly to lmt tana poaaibto course. I When Govi Hayes btfaaif the champion of j haul monis in Ohio, Mi. BchUll headed the I eolniiiu of Hi iiluici iiieiils tor him which c,n ' lied ''"' *^?y- W hen he heeame a.s (Olispicioii! y the champion of the saine cau-o on M wider field, t?tere could be bo doubt as to tin bannet ander which Mi. Beban mast aght, Bince, however, Home |k opln ?ue Hill piofcHsinj? to bare douista, wt take tin- Uborty to dispose of tli?-m by printing tho bOowishj extinct fjensj a prisate letU i Just loceivcil from Senator ,">( Inn/. : Jtui?-. la a Hlnkiuu contrast hStOOra ilia haul soft | I saisi n- m t' ?? !*? ???!?? ?Tittle filiform innl i. it'll i as ? . ai d the tinsse* four* s. aasartl m i I asara] 'lets s i th r : ? i. i :,... 11 paragraph ef Oer. Dayee?a lettaref accasa? ?ii .. 'i i. ?, i a i he esnfi ? the dvflean ma forra tii aiuBl maeiaiihwaelTe nmal eleariy defaa I i I e: i ?,. ? re peel I ?? -t latlat m lory eti ii ? i.i.i.-..- ,':..? i arec eaa atteri >i la a lew werasj assj IS it |e,,,.r. ?.., .1 t.. t c Bt '..-?? ' . :: aim? St ni;i,i iit.it. if he t< elected,It thall Is raitMaftyi out ?i its cotupleteueee, aad that a? pi - a ?. ? ash tn a Bterfere with she werfe. Berer had ?is.i i,?.,,.?' ,: i better ejpportualty tofhihl with aoheaeeof reel ? I m. in the - ?- ??? si ef feSM eaeua%aadnel im'-. Um mereaeel a candidate or a party. tabaUtup po ?(?"?. Hayes heartily and actively, ind i havenevee f. !? m.itearly eonaetoai at defag the rightthtag tot the i? -' late i eta d the i ? ai ti i We believe there an very tew of Che fen? tlemen who have been mon conspicuously as? sociated with ax-Senator Schurz in the public mind in movements tor political reform from 1 ->7_' down to lin- time, who will not belound now taking substantially the ?an..- course. Till. MATTEB WITB IIASNA. Let us tor ?i moment contemplate Manna. In a spirit of reverent inquirj let us approach the problem?for problem it is, and not by any means g mOTl connn ilruiu?" Is n-iii!?tag i'ii.? matter a :: Mannaf And if then la, wo hardly need nay I the* logic oi the situation invites oi and the demands of the hoar challenge us to a thoughtful ami philosophic Investigation of the consecutive inquiry,<4 nraat i- tbe matter "with Hannaf Let us nnsandal and pursue the theme. In varions forms the subject h ? heretofore been lai :< ?> and earn? stly discussed. The condition of Hanna, physical, mental, and moral, ha? long a-, itated the thinking world. Ji is only within a few years tii.it attempts havi been made to offer serious solutions ol the problem. Within that time the discussion ! lias been greatly extended. Tbe peripatetic pgU-vender, tbe wandering kmfe-griudcr, the i patient boot-black, and the mercurial newsboy have wrestled with it; the negro minstrel has discoursed of it, tiie politician bas en* larged upon it, the stump ni i ?*r has pro? claimed bis diagnosis ; everybody In sliort has been saying with tbe emphasis ol discovery, at brief intervals, and anon widely differing occa? sions, " Thafi what's tin atatter with Hanna." But ah, not so, not so. That was not in anj case what p is tiie matter with llaman. The answers wen- ton varied, the solutions i"" wide of tbe actual condition ol Hanna; and there was a degree of levitj in tbe treatment of the subtact bj tlieg? ici I public which did not inspire confidence. i? ? aa still eluded In? vi-ii;,riti'in and bat Iry. Men might (??nie . und raen might go and mea might perpetually accentuate theii boat? ness transactions with the remark, "That's "what's the mattet with Hanna/1 but Hanna flowed^oo, a m;, i. i.v forever aad forever. The hour and the man at last irnt. Met at tin residence of Gov. Tilden at Gramercy Park in this city on tbe oigbt of. July 11. with the mercury up m the nineties, a good deal of thunder and lightning performing outside, Tilden .'t the front and center, and a commit? tee surrounding hi, . s . oi itory and love of countrj oo ing From ?' at everj pore. Tilden was repn tenting administrative reform in black clotlie , nnd teemed calm. The commit? tee repi filled Ami riean Democracy, in thin wi ,i? i] p t" '. . 'i pei , ;,i .1 profuaeli. It was a g, .it .., Ion. And thei ? was Manna. Hanna at i ?'. Ant eo to speak, in our midst. Then won some few preliminary formalities. Gen. UcClernand of Ulinois embraced the opportunity afforded by a lull in the tempest t<> s-hlrcss some remarks to Gov. Tilden concerning the "rising and boa '? pitable city " ot St. Louis, which be sa?.i is "enthroned upon the banks ol the Mississippi " worthiij typifying the growing grandeni of "tbe mighty valley <?f thai river.'' Ho said there had been o Convention then which was "large In unmliem, august In character, and "patriotic in sentiment.'1 Pursuing tbe theme a moment longer, lit said, with irreal preci !<>n 6*1 statement, that the Consenti.m "counted "73tj delegates, representing 38 States, form "ingan ocean bound republic.*1 Gov. Tilden received this information with emotions ol profound gratitude. He seemed perplexed a single testant al tbe remark that Ihn Convention was "august in character,'1 bul it ocenired !>? him at once thai tin allusion miiht in- thermo metrical, ai'<l be rtauamed bis attitude of patient listener. Gen. McClernand said many other things about " the foundations of govern? "ment and society,*1 and "gaunt famine dog? "ging the heels of the laboring riassis,*1 and "the whole country writhing and groaning In " extremity?" and tbe necessity for bringing tbe Government '"hack to Its constitutional "moorings,*1 which <.->v. Tilden iwtaned ta witli?considering the weather?apparent grali? Oration and interest, lie -.i ? ?m ?1 in fact to enjoj it. MTe doubt If be over board a ?pe eh whi.h pleased bim more. Afterward a letter wae read asking Gov. Tilden i<> be ? "stand " ?lld-lieaier." And then Stepped DUt into tiie un lut, Hani: t. At nil e ?ll ?? ? .,,?,. ?,, ?lid n .v ell .v. sil tin- a,. di '!..,,, ii,,, ..., thai n r it ni i -.i.-. i im i..mu. r-eryel Uell, M '.v, what's th< matter srltB liai Bal Then Manna nnrolled hi-- manuscript and broke forth, M? said be was from Indiana, the home of Gov. Tilden's "illustrious associate, "Thomas A. Hendnck?.*1 Tbe Governor was interest! d immediately. The nauie-of Hendricka seemed to sound familiar, and In- appeared anxious in knou more about him. Hanna did bis beat to enlighten him. He said Mr. Hen? dricks was Indiana's favorite son, that be was j Illustrious, that he bad 1.--.1 a lil.nut 1? -- life, i that he had a long career of faithful public service, that he had fearlessly espoofssd the people's canse at a time when usurpation was scowling fiercely, thai bo was the vary ??!?>) of tin- Democratic party nf Indiana, and that ? hey aspired to make him Presiden! nt the United States. Some of th? -a things we believe bad been Intimated to <?..v. Tilden before] we an quite snn that he bad heard in an indirect way the stab .1 ai concerning tbe aspiration to make bim ['resid? 111. Hui he -? ? med pleased to hear it stated antbcritetivc-lj b m manu? script by Hanna. He probnblj ne enjoyed anything half so much aa it did hearing Hanna tell in his eloquent way how illustrious Hendricka is. Indiana, according to Mannt, gladly, Joyfully accepts the situation, nn?l Malina proceeded in state th-,- reasons i.i it at considerable length. Hanna says that foi fif? teen yean then have lain all aorta <?i goings on, and th?- people have been quiescent and damn. Bat now be says the lips of all the people are annealed, and in i!,i- holy year they are disposed t<> retara ?is far at possible to tbe bow it simplicity of the Fathers of the l:< I'tililie. Manna dwell on this \s | ;( great eloquence. He spoke, too, in terms of approbation ol tho Constitntion, remarkbig incidentally thai it had prevailed over the Jealousy Of monarchies and all the maledic? tions that hceptered potentates have ever attend sagaine! It. 11 was a speech to auks aceptared potantateo sick. lie closed with g glowing combination oi "mighty bosta,'1 "luu Mth--cry," "?hunts of victory, "oooond Tuen f "il.-v ?f November," and "hullomd fnnf ? " ! 87?." Tin- delivery of tliis ?nhln-s was ROM panied l?y a <otitji,ii"ii- ami fmnatani ru-tl Of i!ie e*. oninir now-;? ij.ei-? !>;? RM-niher- of I Committee and the invited gneata, Which ? thai o\|i'.iiii(il. Mr. Hanna had ptopnrod i with great tana, He knew the world wani it and would be bnpntietti tot it. On arrival from Indinnc be tntrneted the even! papera with a copj of it to make ann of publication. Journalistic enterpriM has be reduced to u Miemce by the owning pre Fearful thai aotnothing might happen to p \i nl its del ?wry, the evening paper* MJ Uahed it In advance an tin- tapot Mr. Hanno would nmke. Bo when Han stepped onl and began, the andience poll out tin ii librettM and accompanied him. booh away gOUM of the ftOihnOM of the pi auction j??chape, but that sort of ? rmeech always, fresh ; nothing can state or mthei 8o tin- Batanera followed Hanna down t page and when be perorated, raid, MW< j "that':, what's the matter with llantia.'' Gk I Tilden in his reply made no reference Hanna. Perhnpa hi' did not know what, W tin matter with him. May we not expi some reference to the rahject in Ida tetter Rcceptance ? ______________ LAST WILLS AXD Ti 8TAM ftSTB. A will ivliiih doe- not expie--; tiie will the testator la no will al ?ill. However ilini ent may be the vn-ns entertained of the dl i position of hie property by the tete M Stewart, no lensibte prison will question 1 right to difmooc according to hie own pica mi- ?if that fortune which was the magnifie? frail >>i hi- own judicious and untiring tew , But putting Mide the particular considcmtii of ihe Stewart rase, wc wish to call attenta to tin concluding remarks of Surrogate Calvi who ''deplored the growing irreverent disc " gnrd by bein al law and nezl of kin of tl " l.i-i wills and testamenta of those who 1 " honest industry ami prudence may have a "(iiiiii d a nm?erate competence or i "abandance.1- Tin? evils oi tin- tendene m the Surrogate justly remarks, "ai " rnorc fell and deprecated by those of mock , "rate meant than by the wealthy.-1 To toa | an extent have these contests been i inltiplir thai no n now make Huir leatamentary dis? I aitiona anth feelings of anxiety and doul , which much diminish the - tli-laction whii I they might receivi from the peiformance < ! an Imperative duty. Por it can give n \ pleasure, it can give only pain to any one t know thai be i- merely bequeathing a tew mil to ?those whom he ie anxious to make th n ? ?pk ?.i- ot hi- bounty, I! the tew i- charged with the iliatributio i of tbe estate of an intestate, it proceeds a I cording to certain rules to Matter it amon bia Inns. Tin-e ?m- oi two classes. Punt , there may I??- t!o' widow who is entitled to \ sufficient provision, and the children to whm belooga m of righl the remainder; or tbci may be tin- next <?f kin who reallj have d da m except a purely artificial one; ?mil thee m ih i.nili of Ueue take the < state, not bet aus , they have ani indefeasible right to ?t. bal be : mum tin re is aobodj else to take it. If Mi ; Stewart had tliiil Intestate, these chunorou pen?os win, are ?disputing his will mighi buvi ! inherited some of In- wealth; bul inasmuch a lie -.tvv, lit to in.ike a wi!!, and did not see fl ii.i..iTiilii : these ronti atnnts, even it be knee anything about them, what reason is there, fo ti,i' purposes oi the distribution, whj boshonli not be regarded m still living and as dispo ini of his property bj deed or ??> ileliven 7 I , .-? ? m- io n- thai the question far tribunala n i probate t>> ?i-k i?, Whal would the teetatoi d< 1 ii be were preaenl ami of sound ami diapoeinj i mind ami memory .' The pn uituption Hum i that In- would do bj deed or parole what In has done bj testament. Thai butranent i 1 the !'"-t possible evidence of his wishes. Ti ? disregard them without ample evidence of hit ! im :*i:o Itj )?f mind <>r memory ie to teanll bin ; in hie grave To encourage sttempta t" aet aside wills is to encourage Utigatioo of r spccialli mull ? i rabie ? baraeti r. One ??t the wi.i-i resulte ol Ihte tanreaaonnbh litigation will l?e n? deter ann from makin-i i devises for public uses. One ?.! the beet will ( l?r io encourage them t>> becoiue Unir own execnton in ih? ?r own lifetime, :ii aevrrnl wealthy men bave recently done, Anything which discourages charity and benevotenci should he looked upon with disfavor by the l courts npon grounds of public policy. ?Devisee ?.i a benevoienl nature are among the 11 I resources of society, nnd when tbey are made, they should be sedulously protected. Pot I instance, Mr. Edward Boyle, a well-known citizen of New-York, bj a codicil i?> hi- will provided tliat. in the event oi his wife's death-, In- entire estate abould revert t>> the Hooee ol the Qood Shepherd. Accompanying thi-. and m the aune paragraph, is the following: " ll is i iy v. ill thai il my said v. ?fa "ami in; ? If shall perish l?y the MIDI "laiainiiv m accident, the devtee to the Mid "wile shall be void, and the above devtee t?? " the Houm ot the Good Shepherd shall be "valid and effectual.'1 Mrs, Royte died on Hie 12th of April? and the t? tator on tbe I3tb. A kinsman now claims, m both Mr. and Mrs. I'liylf ill? .I ?i natural death, thai the devise to Hie charily ie void, and the estate goes to the ! luir al law. Here, it seems to n-, there can i be no doubt ol Hie intention oi tbe testator. ! A -tioniri r point is that the IIottM of the Qood Shepherd has already exceeded tbe stai ntori restriction! apon Hu- accumulated prop? erty ol -m h itistitutions. There i- siso a il dm of Mini in- influence over Hie mind of the tes? tator. So the House of the (????d Shepherd, to which Mr. Boyle intended to give an i ?tute, lia- realij received a tewauil with Mme chunee I of getting nothing. How often arc we re? minded of the poor m.in in Dickens'a novel 1 who was ntterly rained ami finally locked np . in the King's Bench for Ufe, ainiply because lie had iiihi ritod an * -t?te ! While Gor. Tibian is considering the pointa of hie letter of ar? ptance, 1? t nanmind himoi tbe follow? ing sdminble notenw in the manife ?o of <?i?>. I lav ??-: ?? Believing that th<- neloration <?f the civ il aerviea to tbe tyttem eetabliahed by Waabin ton ami mtkrwed by Ihe early F*midente can t?e best aceomplisbed by an Executive who b under no temptation t?> an the patronage i?i# but offlci ??? pro note his own reelection, / attire '? /?? I a .?nul n i .,i defy, ./? .tt'ii./ non myiujtexibli ? ,/?.../ \, not Io In iiriimliili.'i Ini i in'inn Liu fcond tcihi." We I. luve (ii?'.. Tiklen has loOlf In l?i similar V lews. Oertainlj his party while in opp< ition bat been ?iiim. a- to proclaim e ? in Ut upon tliem. If tbe Governor now w Hi,.,, commit l.iie-eli aaempliati i ally a- liasliov .Ha . i , lli.'i oiiiiii v v. lit I.... .-i.?!i io thank him ?mil hit opponent for bnviug between i In iu -n'.siaiiiiallv removed the question from poli ' in-. With the .?aiiilhl;?.'. s of both part-tea commit I ted fat advance to the one-term principle, and with j tin? la-xi Pmldenl in favor of lt-weoaghi te be ahk to have it firmly imbedded in tin Conatitatkm ' iiifm -? the end ol bia term. If il eonld come in tbe f.i if an aiiinili.... t kmgtheaing tbe term to six ! j i ?us. mahiag the itishIitii ineligible, and retiring i him uj'.iu ? peuaion f??r Ufa m United BtatMfnaatec at l?sant, wir believe it won'il work one of IBS g est rrfi.ri.'iv. a'.tamable in our utilities. While most of the naiional irathcriiiew nre year L'-hl iu I'liilailclpliia, the American 1' ? hn'ical Assi'ciatinr. vain s frein the. rule by SSBSI 1 this city for its aiiiiu.il iiu-c?iiie:. Hitherto it ]iielciieil Baatan cili?s, the last two years'r ! ?mis beingbsk] at llawtsordaad Newport raspee ti' Our citizens Will have the oj>i?<?rl unit >' <il BBS ; the dtseaoetaas <>f ear what tuen of UBSguaavi ginning in the Chancellor's room of tin New-' luis .1 sity ?it ?I p. m., Tuesday. July lrt : f.?!lovvt the evening of the same day by tha stunts! sait fron the l\t siilcnt of the Association, at the a*B Av.iiae Preabytoriaa Chnrah, corner of Tws SfjajondOt . where also the suh-ediieiit ineetm the session will take place. While many ol Incens? easeenosd at th.se raastiaga aro em there are always sumo well asted fat pontilarai elation, and tin re is BtON lhaii Ihe Usual .nt? v< tte present work of tha ?taaoelajian bacanas it given forth its opinion in favor o? a nfotS Lni?lisli spelHng. PERSONAL >iiss Annie Moui.se Cat* intends to sail Bag'siH juiv 80, Mieui. Prod, ("?rant's promotion proves t( m anriet aeeocdeac ? s :ii. lau acal army regulation?. A fnll-eiM model for the statue of J Stuart still has bees nearl* completed by the artist, Wuolaer. Mi. Gudstone will eontribvhj an anido the Ufe el tha late i>r. Monsaa sTLsesJ h?Aef*bi (nullt- ri IJ Hi riff. Dean Stanley has consented to Income Pi blent Of the V..C..I.,..- SB'S ClUh .4tnt [UStltUtO L'liiol tu?- lilac- <?f in. lut i. mi i.sitaltea. Mr. BoratioS. White, a grad?ate of Ban [ Ciiiieife, bus bees ?-I-i-teii lo the IWrd prafeeenrehl Ihrrlaaelcellsnyasfffrt.nirtrt*j enease* tafJaraaDt v.i ilty. Nils-oii propooea to rnake a toar through principal towna of Sweden aad Vorway In the Auta She haa never euni Inner nsUvehutd alnei the left I lmt i.i bei muslcnl stn lh s m Parts. Mis, tfartineon's last Uterary btbot was ssiii, na iiiiiiiii'n ?mu fur a hraaelBttoo i.f i*r. Pai "Statou von Moatfort, Oraf Ton Leieeeter,der BehS| il.- n i ises ib r i.i meinen," svlm-ii hi .-,.11111 tu be publia 111 1.1.ll lull. Mr. Julian Mawihorne. who i< now residi m the nelg'uborbood ?i 1..111'1.1., trill foOon ap "Saxon Studies," it is thought, wtlh toaae Bagl stuili' -. His 1. e. t,t 1 ??,1 - ol a brothi r-ln law proml III III 1114.' ?1 llW'l.l l.l ... ' .'.III. Illll I. IS .?IIS. Mr. J. P, Campbell of Florence, X. J., I ii bis luis-i --?un the '.;-a].< -?nil ss!!!. svi.ii b Lafayette 1 sv'iiie.b.i it the battit ol Brandywlne. i? bus been b - posa anea us. 1 ?mir a ?? ntui r, and ai - gt 1 s lo I by li.- .mm. who 1.1 iki .1 r up nt? r a i -l ?trues in?.M i|iiisa?iii ii 1 r itopped '?'? u wall. The heroine was thai a 11 car rlos ? un 1 ,:i u- ?< in ?? 1 un, and ?s b ttl? l/llliet l:i Clllliun V- - V..'., ll i| .-..e mil Hi! l , .,ttiiii.' and bind np tie vs. m 1 in t lie ?? - ? . . 11,,-1 ..u in - . eral v.. later be so arUt ber out. The i?s:l ts a cast-iron *lol alNMtl 1 ' ! .11. 1 ? a 1 . . .... pn-ei snl. Durmg Commencement week at Coi lell?i v.i-its Anu? at j>. \siiiie tendered ta- 1 ignattou President uf that laaUtettoa, lie aald that he had 1 devoted many of NV best resrs of net lib to I ;. .in! Bueeeea i?t the expeaee ot tie pnvi .1 iti. - it'.l idaua, lm'tl it tin- latter li?se Hue. 1 .iiv. demanded his attention, uni cuti.i' iie.i him ret?, n ?i.|. Atibe urgent solicitation of the Kie nlt.v utnl 1 Uitsrd of Trustees he wits flntilljr ps 11a : I to accept I -te.i'i a leave of absence! roue year, an la) ti.? end t! ?> time .' return ..?.in to the duties of the postu? lie expects to ipeud bis rear of absent in Ihn capita . IB I....11I 'ti. I In 1 v. DuUve in 1 ?1.1 m. iu uf t 1 ..' cerslt) during its bscuee will d Su Se II]. lue \'ll e-i'.i -lilcllt, \S. ( . I. Baratoqa, July 13. -Gov. rUden has s i Bred m a ,- il tin l utted .-.ate- ttatal, an I vsi:l be lie ? 111. .1,111.-. I. i.N, duly l'J.?The King ami Queen < ?. irrlved nt Charing 1 es ata "a to-day. who ll.iv vi,:. i.i,; bj tin-1'ni!. e of Wall , aud piuccuiletl vv.ui! ... L'aatie._ FOUTU U NOTES. Senator Conkling will oVmbtJeni give M Bl ..ne ,i re s Id ssi li usai t.. I... - I re idenl Grant seems t<? in- doing his bet tomase" rantlaoB" ndtesi If he hse nay deteodei I.-!.. ;i ej an '? Bose " Shepherd had long to wait, hut tr a .v in rejoices with the scalp of "that ?itiie LuU la c.iie. Yankt a " ?l inc.!.is- fi on , i? belt. iiliio Republicano an- already orgirtg till Mr. li.uti. 11 mast bi the nrxl Bpeakat ol tht Bouat a v. t v rood chote? ; bat Srei gefyolr Kepublkaa aaeja nv, gentlemen. inn. John l". Parnsworth <>f Illinois hi haki t the stump foi i Idea and Ueudrieka. Ha waeee of the i irliest ah? Itlontsis In i liiiois, aod vaaasealoe suppoi ?.i .a Ur. ? ?: 11 u v m IsT-j. There seems to be a general bnpresslon ii Republi aa quarters thai meu like l hi odorc m Potnero; an i v. B. ? m Bell n:.- m leo llghi oelgbl t.. be nominate! foi Qovernor this year. .1 -: n..v there i- more lall ?ii.. ? m n i .us. M.. f one el>e, but the ...lit em rent ol ilii>u_bt umi ou runula . a ? .s:i.itii,is i? ili.ips to v.ni..mi M. Evnrts that to auyhod; " There wasn't a superfluity ol enthnsbtam ii tha nidi ?i and Hendrieks raUaeatlon mi U i Uetou'ai ? N ...u .4 .??.; ? il attempt at chterlulnosaundei deprt salngelrcum . ?. -i Bator rhurmaa'a It ttei rentarasaboal tit?, toll} ot "cryIns ovcrsp) . and ii- -ne!.lavoldam ol all uiantloti ol . Itherrund? u i i . ? . . en wont ?'? IVndti on was fra keu.iui'l n. - . tl.;.? ? s not uiueh n- lie i". the i), i |..u . | m mau tiit-i .v.ir. The latest candidate for tho Dem?crata Domination for Governor ol ..... York, ts brought f?r \s. : i. i ' -'?/ ' /i'.ui .-?if .l./r/riV?.-r, It: the SOI bos of ' v .ii ?'. Addison Gardiner of that city, lio wa e'ci ted 1 tant Qorertioi on the th kel with Btla W : .. bl lu? ' i ??'...- .1 tul -'?? of th '.-It i. lit of A||' al (roan : o living quietly near BocIt esti rever Is a indi tal i ?rhi wuiiiil unite i... pai ty, fk ol c torn n ? t" tii .' ''. ' ton! m stau ? capable, am faithful t" . ? onslitutMO. Mr. Ilalstead says in The Cincinnati OomwuT' riel : ?? i'\ii .tt tie ?nuil, m Hayes's let* Is that part of It In whteh his peraonalitj atipeata. 11 i nut .-His ii ,:c thai that w ?ii.ii le -.o i uf ihe South in ex tretneli good, bat that II Is his owa aad reOeeta his aaa ta aud ohm ?ter. Oat kaearli ?i-'i tel Oar. Hayes b an clear that we feel warranted la auflag to the Boatl ! ilia' : e i. i.. |.c!i'-,i his n. m i m tbepSRiple ol thai secltou i mid ii ? ould t.isc iti.it -u m- uord foi il is th V4.,r?t ..t s axiit toman and a soldier, a man who haa seei ?v ir, aud who lovi ?Justice end pcuce." Talk like the following from The Bosfoa Tnii,m.11 is i" ii'iiiiiiu' ? .iiiiiiii.ii in Republican ytmrnnk ..i nndoubted orthodoxy : " fue heartiest ?tlegutl uf tbai or Ore years ago with Gea. Oraal utnl hta proceedlngs Midi aa ii.iitiii e\|.i.BtnBumaer'a and'Schnra'a 'ur. siahted but thea nnpopulai atteraaeee, oottld um san sutil l| sled thesfurloi uni u .<f Preskt al Qraat'a prrai nt I'li-iuuii before the pahlh ontaloaot tb?- eoantry. llh m i., t n. sppear it ti ? Itilladelphla Ceateautal eeremo me-, vrbtch i in- n,..-i i "i'i. nil neu m, ich, a reUrulu , .1 n He hlsrlicst representiitlvi.t ile Orea] Powers lalb-tl ii"! 1.morbj ihclrpres uoe, has been aevereli nun im hihi 1 n . The Democntsare (ill occasionally criticised fui nui taking Mr. Morrison of IfJlnoia aa their eautitdatt lor Vin-Tn .-ni? nt. 1; la Interesting therefore t.? kn.ivs tli.it Mr. Morrtaoa ssa.s expllcltlj remonstrated with i>> ?.ne uf ih,. leadlo rildendeh ratea bet maeof bfaiadvo eaeyof anoth? Madhtate. aaM the Vow-Yorker: ??])? vie: nut 1, ,uvs tin. t y, m are talked of tur tin- ptaee,aa?l thai you ?? .111 prohabl* !-iv<- it :f you waul it I" ?? ii svili nut do at nil," replied Morriaaa] "it i- a algb ofBes, higher thai.rtbui| 1 have .tune lathe party would a? title m" i" 1-, ne 1.1, ;.,, 1 cert ilntj ! should be very i>r.?ail i" ..11.nu 11. inn ,1 ,.,.,, ,,| i?. ,1.,,,,-, .,,?] ,,.,_:.. ,,,,, ,,, ??. tried, 's 'ii'.I to tahe a nun who will help In Octo h 1.' Tlicydld lake a mau who wm probably help in October In luillanti bul p.at kiudol help la not likely t 1 in- prontable ,n November. The Immortal Got. Bard has bnmortalised himself s,,m,, asara, lie atoad Baaafully by "??? thl d Ierra seb?ese till tii.- ClndnaaUfJouveatlanaoattnaied ii ? da sier. Then be weal to MobUeaad alerted The ( .n ..'..i,.;,i (,i,,t u a red-hot Repi ?lieaa ors-aa, le i" b'-1 ?iti'.ib. 1 in annouaoad thai Hayee aad Wheeler would "-sweep tb nation,''aud that "we an hoaad u> obtain a era hing, trverwhelmlsg, aad, em may a.bt, n btllUaal \iciurv." Tins fcivi.i pcedlettoa scarcely had time to etui befare the St. Louis Cunveatioa met. 'i",.u vuraatlle Bsmael thereupon appeaded a posteetiat aa? elartngthat "etaeewrlttag the above " Um Desaoeratle party bad doe? the wort - aaslgned It ar the peuple as iiiiv 1.1 us iii it vsc r, el u our bounden dut} to act with it In tho future." "Thai bewildering aunouuremeul 1.1 a 1 ;,an :? nf position waa aocompanlco with the assur? ance thai nit persons who bad paid their subscriptions la advance, under Hie supposlUon that ihr Oloea wat a Huyes and Wheeler imper, could have their money re latilc.l it tbey itemed. It is thu liveliest "Hap" on itconl. OPENING THF. CAMPAIGN. ' i.?aimu i Irom Flr-t I'me the pronentioaa to Aefras the ,xpaaanef nt ->r<w_>. in.-. If we fiillnw Mr Tillen tut., tie I t.. ? ?, , n, ,T!* now occupies u Ooveroor of Um f-tatc'ol V ? y,,, JJ? m, I him t!.ei)' exploring lor canal iratnls, aud .1. let-VhlZ ? ??r I...? i.f Hie i-eriietrnu-f Bui in mis one f.ui, ,,', ??J'J? -i.|? )' ; and sunn- Kile ).r I ... bava been puni bod. Bal lu ? nit of ?i reformer, imt nttni tant of ,, m_E prnatcator batead, a.-slsinl by ail tbe nffteioja a?t power a?,?I l,.can- or a gnat Inn. l! wn |j_,_ iinally come to tins tint aver* ni^n for.ctfc-anu?. win) vvitii Korn? v:sfi?r aad n I. lity prin-iaai tJ., iluiies of hit ofnee la to be deeme<l a reformer, thea un doubtedlvuov. Tilden, and, at 1 trust, icon-? ?t others! deaerva the naeat tad the reward, If reward i?- Sa? ? publie iiitMC atoeiaaot however a niorarer,foi atan a- -i-'s in |.iini-lii:ix for ott? ii-e? airiilnsi eii-tiu^ law? lieuniv It a reformer wbe removes fi eat abones aM i<? dwtin gnat rt-rongs i>> exploring andreoio-rlnf__.it couses, ?n n ll.'iiii'.i'.n, wlieu bo iliuiei aud ll l.-t,^ i . right of tbe Kins to ?xtmt ship-money by vlrtntof bitnyel jrrerogatlve,aaramed the rmeoi therefonner aad to dia the Bepu'ilicau party when it, (truck tht let! 11 if ftiiiu milli. i; of slaves, anil by con Ututloaal aii?oiiilnii'iits ami legislative tctn r..r enforetas then aa> ?ared lue il bei ; j ol Un h nnfortunatt men rorever, it ?,, a im..r device t<? seek L> palm otf Oov, Tildea as a re former. No aueh elalm la made forlfr. Ili-adi-teka, at*, *-ith*tandiug Ms diacoveriot In flnance by mtanef wi n ii be can doublten satiety ins foilowm tliat a promise to pay a ?ollai -although Durer to !>? performed ?lathe (.. at ?uaivaiiTit of t >? dollar It ?if. The tara Jugii[1er would perhaps bt tht nioal appropriate aaam for ? .1 il. is gifted,' aud a dose -e.niniv i,f hu aWj. i- .?? upon !-.?? ticket might, perhapti derehip la luui q .liiii? i in thai lint whleh aould oui Into tbe ?bade bu tills.. - a i? .m mar. * * * ? Believing, Uu refore, a? I .io, that Mr. Tiid-n. if ? leetai, would i?8 ?.tolled In the iutereala of Lia party, ami' n il h ivlng r.iiih either in bit k'-h?u? ?i in bit -tJasiot u? a retormer, I cannot but fear thai should in be electee tue couutry would ta subject to that niaewhat rultai .? ; rtrengetnl hnanny which baa for aunt Uhm pan dominated, and which still reigns in toe House of Ke|.r? neutatlvca. and 1 tlmuld txpect tala toon to had te tue substantial undoing of ainek m ?b Boata antea it !,_i coat tie- N'.rUi iiientiiiiaiiii- iil(???l ami fnmnm tn rnaii .1 .1 i- I ?tiii-li. anil I .in.Hid leal it:?? |. -ni.i'ai..11 or It? cut ring w< d&e within iLe next four yean: i??i wuocan doubt tint tue Bouthern Democn - would rejoin tu know thai a public debt locum d to tubdne Lheii peoate Hin? HII..J. e!a n t.? t_e C'oii.-tiiiiiio.i and .avv- no loagei i ii i! ?m a lamieii i;,?i?n t?.) in. To t.m- feel la Iu her* i .a, with human nature, and wan the power and tue tin in ?? . -ill, It '.?.'.ill Bot MUT'! I-. lie- .i. -.-.- au ?n it nij.i t ..vaiii n pndiai '?n la tout ??.. m, perhaps m a n a ol in tercet, perbupa In ]>>. men - by prouuaea, m ae. old,mi. With la) -tnei-.l ) .'I licm?r.i .. I and his loll?* i is. Al .?li ev. BU, l fie.er to tru-,1 i ne Int.- of mr ... |_> try foi u come m the heads ??t the p irty wLtefe fui year*peni Un donen much m atapfni taedettlaiei ot l?ir people. In our noulneea fi i i'te-nli at an I Prealdeul we have man of eap-ett) and large sxpertaaat m pabilo affaire?men, too, m > ii iractera li rappiecbabla bot- ?ne worthy .?i all uu.?t. ami they stand ahonlderte shoulder upon a tdatfom which duet ant palier In a double naaa Raen i- iaharm ny with the otlaw, aad i.i>rti trn? retires latativeael lbs party they toad. Ro? i.i.i i lim..?! thai Mr. Uayet,wuea elected, wdleafl i., bit Bid a U-biu t ol i. (ii -? lu.itivi aud ablt neu. \v, niiat ?mil aal nu l'i .-.<l-.it cm aafery take Un aatai it State. Itnut l shall hre to tee tha ttavy ?in-u Ui ;.'i.- country, U In Ureat Bntuin, able Cabinet Mu> ? -t? ;?- aUlbeaneceaslt) a- well n the eaatoe of a wise I'll -uli-l:* ; but till- i all .nl OOClir Kilt I ini'liil'TS of III? ? ..?i.- i.i' iii?.ni in Kit and apeak, but aot to Vote, id . ?:. ll))..-? ol i:- i'ii -. ?it.iiivi'.s. 'l nere tuev ?o., ?i bt at ? Jeet to be qlieatli.1 a- to tut policy acddoia s ot t.ji-ir rt-apecUve ? |...itin, n.-. and tan tiny vv.,..a! be able, ? m n i .n nl ?|.i n, m n, .. ml ill. Ir coii'iii.l ami tin- po i v il : . Adiuiniatnttlun alta which tuey were coanectei t'he honor and the reput-ttua ot tbe Oovernmi-ui woaM bu to a certain ex.cut iu their tunda, ami ,i the} wen iaJ io the task nl i.i ? di ti i.-i thej would not bs |. .i,....- <I long to occupy lheii placea. Tue traditions of ourUovernra ut enjoin upon the President inedu'yef Ken-clins ..''i?' and wcU-kaewa men to tana bit; ahnat .i.. a i.r.ii.vu'.n t'i I.un. uml of great iiuportaanla i lecouuUy. i bave gii .t eouSileuce thai tuchmeaklr. Uayee awaaaRasbteeomdlnutonal _>>i? inc-ia. THE rnoMiNKM onicKR.-s. .T siplic Plnckney then re ?JIM? Yiie-l're-ld'Tlt.S ?Hill ll t.H.' Vi< c-i'r? -i.l'it.s wen tiie All ??/-i? '?'?? < uiaell, .la. i.- HI H B UlliU, WiiUain M. Rvarta, Doraian is. Bal ?.. RuUerl I. !n?^ Kennedy, Win. ii. Van.i. lilt, J..-. (?li beligmaa, Lev i 1". .\l .ii ?ii, Legrand H c innoa, I. !i>: ? . ( owdm, i ti S. Pendlet D ii..-.!. V, I'..a: I. * ?..ill.rt. Charles a. Peabodv, Tiiurlow *v ii. i:i'.?.'o.: E rbortie, .i.i.. . ? n \' i Alen, i tune ? i H Uki r, v .., I'. Man, John li . .-. Ll ?.. ? Aapiov alL i. i?i...... ' ? amitb. ?. .Ik-. :. \.... .Ni.it, V? .. .m n. stiuer, .-?..t.i.iel Sioau, i ? t. '.ii.' ire, ? i K.ii-ii.ir, ' III.-, I-. ?.?i.- K -tcuum, 1. i. ...i i.i -, . i? Idiirgaa, .i \ i . t, Will ...i. On ??!, 'i i.. ..: in vs Dwignij .i iJacol I -? .. i i. - - v,.:, i - ? . i., nediot, Ai- . . t Uu i.? .ii , i Lai.. - v. ttro ?j, J. ,..i II. lia:;, Jai . i Jam,, - I . ' alter, la : . li. Arn..1.1, 1 . l'iuiru ? II. Buaw ll, li. : ii -? :..-, Juiiu a. Stewart, a?! the list ef nan than .) Secretaries. Among following i Chartes U Tiifany, J ?lui J. To? iv int. Hu.i ti-i R. il ?... N -, Ai'iain UiabecRer. I.i- Lertck ?^ 8 v.ard, j.Uiii l?. Law t a, NatAan C. Rljr, 11. n.y li. 1) .vi s. jr., t Iv.ai'i Sjioumu, Mom ii. iiiiuui-H, i. .a..- Law, Anr.ia.iia Li lit, a,a.i ,i. Dut) uiioefler, Aus In I.? .ike, Ma -'?.ui o. Raft -rta, J.? eph M ? George 0|xlykr, j m.-s i; nun, Luthei it. .M^rsh, David D'iw-i. banleJ t'. Ai?,.!.-un, I'lllli, I . < lIllD'.lli, Gouverneur M.Ogdaa, A.C. Klngsland, C->rnelius i:. Aguew, 11. .11 j \V . Ih .IJIVS, Kiuliai-diLUunt, .ioiiii Jay, ? i >u. Landun, j iTer-" ,,; Morgaa, li. ory .i .-? niiii r, ? li xa:...' r .-:.:i!>i, Frederick V. t'appaa, B '. ui Touaaj .' Stephen 11. Jv n>.*. Jr., ?). 1(. M .inn, William Laimban. J. .-i...i. .. i ?..-..,, t.. . lie.his Sail I etl, Tbouuis E. -n??.? art, 11. rv ll ?i.i.mi i;.?r.et, a. .i. ii. Uuganae, 'Tin- .?.11 I'll)', I -::??: IIMIl, I'. A Liua.lli. Amiii.'W J. i/aiiipbcIL THE RESOLUTIONS The naolntlona, which were raaaivod with great cl,m niu,' and applause, won nnl by cs-Ja.li?'??. White, and wen m follow : rat AV/.i'. iron Meetort <>r the C.ty of \rv- Tori;, in /?,.:?? meet ng oa*i nblttl,le Un h;*i,.,>, throw/h?mi Hit , fiiinu >i '...' ., .'.-?,;. ll. . n:, nils* upon Ki?' Pri .linitial --.i '-;?',? . i? aot '.??un..ii. ul ol the aignitleant I.i. t ILat It I.? .?.?- C nli ?i!. al year ol OUT II..tl n's in i? cu wi look bt l. ? m tbe great procca of tventt tliat han u eurred during tlu paal 100 ri in, not uulj In enr owu oouutry, but among tin? natiousoft.lartb, we flud (hat In magnitiidc and in portant*? '. i uatiou'a progresa bas been more emphatic, mon ,:?....??-. -. e, .ie?. a io? proaperuus durln_ tar six leen years ol Ilie aaiaudcuoj ol Ihe Rci-ubli aa party than iliiiltu any otnci d? ?idt ?>: timo durlua tin ? i-uui.y. It cam :..?;.' i surrounded l?y discordant and bel* II . i, i . . i e. nt?, .i", i upou the verj threshold of a bloody, ?? war. i ?. rebellion by the ibtrn-t round it.to piiwder: It wiped out tonver tl ?? i i , iverj; ? ? i sud preserved the lit" of i i natl n, und aftci Hie fearful struggte waa ovw It Inl u? n..r,... . i aud i. a. Hi ut c ufttu i Ilona] aa.i in..a. n'.-- I will f iring I-?- ?' ( te oui aboie country. Takiuii Lulo conaideratlou tbe -..: ?? aud il.-i.'i ? ' . pert) aud the huge de'.t which -....-i'. ?' | created bj the war af the rebel hou, tais ?t iii.'ii ha? ?i...?,! n?. ti-,:i. i., y, eaduraace. ??lei r? -i .,?- iat.\, i?., i. i.i.u; any aaiioa m tue fuie o? Ihuglob . i.? this grand era ol tood v%.;i aad good feelrag wt i?. .1 ^-..ii.v rcllcre t.... ? eav a.-? et tbe aspe I ..??..?? 1.1,..ni-m., and hatreds thai esuallyoni . .-. .,!., di? .c-s,..a i.i ImiM-riaiit poliUeal !?-...*-, and i .- i ?1 tho ?a.1.1 ol t'.i- i:. ? ,....'..,i part) tLai It cnauot bo avoid? '? Already itt integrity and i;i?n<? h .s bueu ?o unjuatl) aad iiuiligpantl) aas-lli .... . -.. ? ,?. . ?ronUu. I ? ii ,..;.i:..i ntaub o?l did we not burl back with de?ann t, n r.- ii imput?t (oui aad ti?ndate thai an no? riagiag i..:i i .ii tin i.itii. Letnafera anmeut cxamim) whether ti-..--. r-tateiiieate are well founded. Atth n-oi-al Demo? cratic t,..av. i.u.'ii i.i-I.I a! :- . I.ii.r- l'a- v. m ,a.ne .-laiaeiu ul l'anima y UalLwbe ? illed ihe CouveuUon loonier, uiten-il bitter louuntorloua ovw " the corruption ol the Republican paity,' ?ml deeared ?*?* : 11? ?liu.'ne hauda thai.ivri could bo happy ao lou? as the Ivmoerattt party wm k--?'t u ray iron tue publie cub. A prennent banker ul ; bis city, in his ludl riccl seal, Intertupted the ie. ni ir und oi-ilerl) . . : t " i ? iv.-it ..-..,.,- .1 fui s ai... is toldol the stnueadona wirk*-dneasof tl j i rilbl publu-au party, chargiag It v?.*.ii i? ug ?-.. cu,.i.i., "i oleran ," ami the iia-ii i.i all las Ills aud troi.'?'. ? t al ii ro vexed the bo?l) politic s'.uct t .r glorious 'la'.- m .la n?- Bnebaaatt. i \u w idw ? I ;'? ? a.1..lus- and u- wilulb a- lau-t.?.i ** tha ab?set, wrean. .inl i-iiiin -..,' the sixteen years ol the a-vciidoacv of tbt t,. i ., .n, | u ? > ,' and wbea v>-.- recall Ihe fact that ii r Uiirtet-nol ;?'.." sixteen yean tUsneW-_c?l_ed 1? I ? ? i ?.'in... i.ii v\.,i a m uibcrof llw Republlcau i*??.> '? i.iv d r,.-linn, i.,, i'.i .-, .ail ? n..i'?a.. ?.: and hennit a I? :.rai toi ih- bauble or the Utul nan: Uoveraerabia m Un- .-?aie, v. ,? i an (? . iia|>s iit'.ifil te be complaeenl and li-t .iia.il ...-;.. i ?.imj i?u.-? ay us unheeded U iLe lilis v? , 1. W. art r.iitier Vexed m>r tltrmtdL far we liave benm iini.i tu i. a . an aud ?>v.iK??'r. The co '?? refonan now utt,.,.i baa a fa .. MMind U it?, la tiates e-'^t Itashibb ...,: vv t- '? I'vw'.i? aud Kel.'.tu." thcU "TaSt* in .n. II.i.) and Krlaiei." ami li'.w ll 1- " 1 lid? n and i...? n n :" li is tin- sama ?*_rk, witk ui? - une bmr, Ueai tin tame aid doe. Ills like tha n-fona prvpottdbyUM uiii'oituuate fox who loal bu lall la um Urau;bullM n i? ?a liion pted. It wll lxm>miuio uJ) fail In Its ..:?.i.. i. for li iv...? i.a- n D--- upon tat *n?*raati ol tbe people aud rnem ttaali luiellliHinee, Ontltegrrai i|Uiattea tow agitating theeoaatry,the qiuiatioii ui honestcuireuey, ilie lieiuoci .... a ? .h lu?,ni; tllC .1 -n.ne." It is UMIhl r " ?cl . Ink, Btl fowL" Il i lam:-tu lavai- a r.'.?ti t" ape? t puyu ami yet 0|>|hi ce ail nieaium having a lendenc) lu bring ai?.au tliat H-.-I..I. linn..- any iniclligeul lueaame, H j Is -.-nui'..m of reoudiaUon aud uaUomU oiaboaoi I ? I word, lia In a i it ol brass, while Its body sud memLert anatublik*and day, ami m Korrmhai ncstUwdiW ?? im kedopia i(? Ultlt bod," sad bt licani of no ?i.o:e 111 I' . .1 . i be mteatoa .?f tha Republteaa party 1* m?r y -t ,-?..!. -U and we shall go forward ?uli on. aork, contpaeriag tad t? oui i|n r, n,.11.. ih.n end w? li eby resolve? Firtt That we i'?ir?i?.i:i>- apptvva maurat, natnaVis tn '?" i ai..n .if iirtijcli ?? ? 141. ?'..'? : b) ti??- ? laatueeu .s? I i.uu.ii ui-i'ui.ii,!_ii i ? ,.iv.-iii..iii, ?ni in Un- vitni trutba it-.*f?w aoBiaiaad weracoge*1**Uta ?ely trraabasis wlai will raaxe oui ...?iiii.i i,,,,i,iM a.:. ptesanwaaaad sanf. ?*? *? beartlly au.i kopstell) ?<? ? cpt, *:?-i haieby ratify, lao ?>-?" n J salil l'oavi-i.t.?ii in aomiuatint i-i riniinui aad "i ? ? i':?*?? ?Jini ui tii? i liii-'iataieauer. lmth<-r(erd it. Uayos i ?"??? aait Um lion, n/11 i a A. v\ li ?i? r ot Raw Vais net mi : Weesa ?un coaad?at'a i-i.?iini,(? the imist rteit acruuny laie tea publie sat pr?vala life ?f t??v iiayi-s. ils rei-ord osan a? lumu Hi* .?nuu lia* nevnr 6aaae*n ii.mu? Ui> i?roiiii. tan prat nan, ami oauhak v????, *-si nsani la hki b u>f "i aetaasaaca amn u? that at ? ill uh.ks twiat,safe.aot lucorrujiuiil? cfuet *_??;:?u?!i-, utsi-aewUI rallyarouad, ?ui.-Miri, an?t triuiui'ianily .sUciMui lotlissi alU>l INWilion till' I....-'!- '1ST* itcucllaleil Ml- t? Ul>. Third: Un? b-o?c of WMUam A. Wlioeltx ?1 our ?wa stale ?