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'?i ? ?ai.inii ? t ??i s . . TliK I i i.i 3d .' OQ* Ulli ? .?ai'i.ii T<> Whom i i Mai C? Wintku l;t ?. ? i - ..'/??. -i- -,i. . .h J?liOlJU?C ??OtlCCG. I'll SO ?.*? I? ? '? ' kSlNO. i'iik. v.? :r ?? l.i.MiMi ?- ? itway, ?'..I ??:?? V., an.I I?,*, ...i,-, ..:- . ? I ?in y I t-ii.rsr. Mail Huhacnb? i.?. $10 per .i innic, B-Mi-Vi i ? Ki.v I i.;i * *?i. Mail Siii-c.-?vi-. > Vi-KKl.Y iitliu SV. M: ii| Mil.-a!-:l,. t.-, "?*_' pel :i.i..u::,. ItTiiis. i.i-ii in ::??' ? addict mi: Ti?im m:. New-Y? irk. Certnn. mial'li to ohlain I in Ikiih ?.r ta nu train*, bot '?'. M h- ? - , < t in n tun,-- hu in'oi iif.r i th??Sieoot th, nn Tni -i m-Wi RKM 'i nu ?-: all! be ri..-',. * at a a*eloek. In wrappers for mal .. Ailv.-.ti-'-n ? nia t ?: ' ma nf Tua V, TaiBI M ;. 'i ? ?. Il ,ii I ,1 m ?,,?1,1. V- - - , -a . I ,. ? ? at 1.38? ^iii-llorJ? 3Paih} 2-riJtmnc. FOUNDED DY HORACE GRE5LF.Y. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1 l, 1? TBE NEWS THIS MORNING. FoBSiQN. ?The ? i is arou il . P?.|?it. n* ? mlitihi -.n thn " : ."in Rus ?a. Turks art forai >r?n_ aad hhiiinla to r -I ,- I.' . ? * r. . ? .? : the inundation i- slowly. '1 iirk?? ;ii<-..;a,.?.-.-.I !.. a . inference nntil il?* acop? tlefiiieil. A greal war aaeetiag ?baa been beld at At:. Doatatmc.?The 8onth Cut..linn D noct ita pro t?*-t t.. ti" . : tanacaing with I f?u>??i>?*.l and anopi i itoi diacharved at t?'\. .** r?*.ii..**-?t : the laws --i Florida, Louisiana. unJ Ne ?rada _>i"\id? for .. . ? I.cton : t;.< coiiiit in Lonlaiana will be -<. 1.1. i,.- aduiia aions ta tin? Centennial 1 i ? mpppil down to 7.i?:???. l!.e Krcaidenl baa pal W. o. krory. City am? 8i*ai*BBA**.?A feeling thai the leapll ?.f the elections can oui] be dotermineil l>? lb? ? count in. * alb.! in the ? ity n ?a . to patient .?. aKaltlM 111 : . ..|.n:ii:e.l :it lii?. plain tikTt ivqneat. Tl will ] n Ii . hty ndai i -t on ?1. p? ? n ? to I i"'i cut. - Gold LOO ,. !"'V. |O0*a. <m"1 valu,* of tln> letrnl-t>m ? Stoi ks (.?M? i :i?iil demoralized, cloning weak. Till* Wr.vriir.K.-Tni'. Ti.iiuni:*s local ob tioiis Indicate ?>. cloudy sky, ceolei \m ..*.!. r, a '. I rain. In thia eity >*i was warm and clear, i :. IG . <?:'? ,55?. Mr. Alv-nal a inouncea himaelf as n candidate for SjM-.sk? r ?>t tin- Aaatiubly. W? respe? M-ggeal that the c__ndidate*i who ?i ? in ?oaaec themaclvi - are a little more in Coahion just aow. _ _ Tin? great pofmlai denionatration at At i? ?MMOttraajing to the iloft-mlei ? of the ? I ivic tiiti*??. T!ie probabilities in.r :i-?- tl ,.t Greece ?will l>e drawn into the impending v. .?r ?. the Turks. Mr. Moiiltmi baa abandoned liis suit :i_Min-*t Henry Ward Beecber for malicioua proaccu t i? ?n. H?- aajra In* began it to vindicate liim pelf f i ?mi tin- charge ?>t being a blackmailer. It iR ?gratifying t?? know that be. at le.i-t, h? - lieve.?* in* haa ?meet aded. Tho list of diatingai-ihed Nortlterneni ??' both ptu'ti'-s, who have readied New-Orlean**, ought to 1??* ?-'iilirit nt to i?ut a ?stop to the Democrat* yell of fraud. If the preaenee oi tlieae nun in the city, though the law i- wiid to make tli?' count itaelf aeeret, cannot secure n fair eanraaa, we may as well iriv?. it up and admit that tin* Caiiea.-ian is **played<?i?i." The pcopoaition mail?- in our columna yea tenlay by a Fellow ?>i t?*.- Academy <?f D t<? be on?* of twenty gi : tli m d to anbaciibe a hundred dol?an annually for tiv. yean to ward tli?> establishment of a ayateiu oi pria t thai will st?.iul?i? tin- nrdq\ of American ;n ti-ts, l?is nut \\;*?!i ?i prom] * i. ponae. Two gentlemen add'thel ;?> Lis, and the cordiality of theii off? ing Inspirea the ?hope that othen will ?speedily f? liit? Turks art alreaily diatribnting their anny so a- i?> 0], -'??? a Ruasian invasion. The 130,000 men awembling at Eraeroum are to r?-si-t tl.?* Ruaaian fortx-a at 1 . ! j>r?* Tent them t'.oi.i advancing on the aa\d\ il by waj "i Aaiatk l ark? y. The i ! ct.iiit-iitKif.'.u' a: ghumla ai?- to defend thai key to Conatantinople, ami force badi a Baaaiai army marching southward from the I-annlx*. Tile ?le. i i tikewiM ?being placed where the Turks luppoae it will " ?i.? m?>*t "good." Tin.*-?* peeparatloaa, and the Porte'a ai'.-iuii to a conference, tncwoae tin proba bility ??f w;ii. _ Another atteii'pt has l.?on Bade to teach Paiisian andiencea aometldag oi \v igner*? nuisit-, wit- almost a lint Im the n-i.lt ami an umiou-?teii ? ??nfnnt isy for ' An enteitainint: letter elsewhere deecribea the affair, and 1?i?i?k-s into n tief the intei. fact that there WM a maikeil fltiuon-tia*ion in \Vai?ncr'8 favor a.?? well a? a Meier one the othar way. The disnute did not end with tho . ..?:<-. 11. bol baa been adjourned to iln- news ?"[?eis, where the atine writers ii.it are <>n on -.. load ab ml iln- broth? rhood "f man that ninny of principle? ?? hi? b serve la inspire more serions r?volta lo Paria, an ly wiring the neeessRj ?>t police Inter? ference to keep Wa/rner ??m ol concert pro? ? ? ?. All <?t which innat tab real ????'1 . gn i mnsiciao himself. T?ie projected reilnction of tl;?' rate of Inter? ni bj the savings banks of this city "ill ? m-1 ?it nil t"'? aoon for the welfare ? erned. It Inis Inn.,' In in ?in opt :i ? ? * many o? onr savings banks are ? more interest than they are earning on the I- i?osits. The older concerns thai bave .i .. mrplna can readily make up the dell? . of ini.n-t earned !>y deposits, since iliiv cm add tlit- iiiti!?t earned by the _mr? ?;' -. Bnl lim y< ????'.??-"? t banks, possessing little Ins, have no such advantage; yet they tul i .i aorl ol necessity ol paying ?is .i i .in- of interest to ?I? i"> ?toi ??? the banks; otherwise t ? ? ? - small concerns ? lose ; li iln ii i nsini --. rpi-n the boi na ''.I inma the minor navinp? banks have iu" n impaled. It is to be hoped tun?, the .'?it nt for the r?duction of interest v. ill I?? a combined one, and embrace the large as well small banks, A rontiunanee ?if the tit competition would ben? til mitli?.. '< ? ' ;. il prove ?.I ultimate advantage to ?I< |M)sitois for kink? to paj more ilian they can fairly afford. I'.nv. Tilden's chances ??f getting the soli ii ? ? ' -toral vote thai stand? between him '! the lofties! place i > which American am HHpires em ? m in In- narrowed down bj ? .. oven by 111 ? - admissions of bis own . to Florida and Louisi ina, His vob in <' irolimi v.,i? mi far liehind thai ol Wade 1!'iii[ituii an to leave acnrcclj the leas! bility tlni! ho lias carried Ihe Plate, and i ?.i? in Washington are alrcadj admit? ranch. Tl <? i? suit, how? hi. will soon i . .t;:. inasmuch sa the Board <>;' Canvass 1 ,- agreed to i. -in n> canvass the IV. -i | vote on i liursday, and it- lalaas by law, it is naid, conclndc next Mon? day. The ?.'.; ?I tiny' session yesterday ?level? ? i ?i il difl? : ii? - ?'? tw< en the two par the Iitiiiiai..'- i rging thai the board bus risoty |?owei over returns, but must ne eepl the figure* of the countj canvassers, 1 ' I ? i - claim is made ou the grountl tl.it the lawa which the l'luinl assumes to ncl arc in conflit t with '" f?i ,i t ',- ? . md tin n - i uiil, ?.'ill t'i.it the hoard i i?iitine itself to purely inii.i-nn.il runctions. The of tins rating would be to deprive the of the right t" throw ou! ? turns where intimidation oi fraud i- Drove?!, and there i? i.h probability ?i its being nppnivetl. From i .ina ?iul Florida come assurances ?it Re |ipi'l .ni \: mi thai are undiuiiuished in their ? ' . bnl in ?ill i'ii. t- Stiit? s .i m ?It u i'l ? lapse before the rxncl resid? i? :,. Ii is greatly to lie tl? - ii '! tint the will settle i be conl rovers,), ami the . disposition among nil ii ;?'-. table citi ,? ??? to abide bj the di ci ion givi i reu ??n ior thi 1."???? tii.tt ii will. TBE ACTIOA OF THE PBESIHEXT. We liiiv? oltservetl ven little disapprobation of the iiii?-i.!i - adopted and the preeatiti? a> dm present ? xtrnordiiiary poli! i? I ? - . course nt i!;<- l'n ?id? lit, strictly consider?, tl, i> undoubtedly extra ? . ! ; lu?;, ii ii baa in. legitimate refer? p. ? to any existing statute, it violates m> In'.?, not lat? ou ni the < 'nn-ii Nciv occasions, especially it thej i' i|i 1,1-u ?iml mil..?a - II i III? ; :;i ' ' , . : !.- m. i in tin way In -! calculated to save the Uepublic from detrimenl ; nor have \ .? i.i forgo! in the responsibilities which were boldlj assumed by the Kxeeutive under the pressure of (be < Ivil War. Ii mu I lie remembered thai an hones! ?turn ol ii? vote of Louisiana i? no! h matter in wbieli thai lias ?i pritate and ac| arate con? i ? a. Each in all is tho fundamental idea of the m, which could im! boas! ?>! more than ?i i i'.-;n ?mi? existence if the laws faithfulli .I in- certain Statea ??hi with impunitj be violated by others. W< are nil, as ritb n of the whole Union, quasi citizens of Louisi? ana, and "?ii inn :? -. in the purity of her ? lec? tions te direct and indisputable. Tliesufl'r ? ol In i constituencies, legally exercised, nrc sacred from outside interference ; but i iu?i.h ?i? n i'i'iiii'ci? !?t knowledge of ?ill fact - relating to her recen! vote is absolutely necessary to our own political existence, il would be alsnird i.? deny us, apon tome thin point of political etiquette, the righ! n> observe and investigate nil iln- circumstances attendant upon choice ?if her electors. No extra judicial tribunal ?se tablished; no inquisitorial scheme is sel af< ol ; m> diiccl and practical action is contemplated. The recommendation nt the Presid?.pi i, simply a recommenilation, and lii> lequesl i? merely a request. What la wanted i- evidence, and ?h lu; lu securing il may Involve ?i? Hnal and irretrievable I"--. 'In i!ii?. indeed, may be added ?ill thai we maj j_.,ni from the fears of factious and unscrupa? Inns officers of iln- poll, when thej looru thai they ara not, of their uiere motion, i?????!iiii candidates In and oui with Irrcsjioiisibh' su dncity. We bave great, vital, nnspeakablj iiii|i<i!t;nit Interests ??t stakte, all <! |>euding, to Hi i??! ni onr knowledge, upon an bon? il i . i iaa ??f the vote ol Louisiana. Fraud ar n -'ni there .'im! :i"'.i la arrested conclusively; bnl ?i tolerated tampering with the vote at fir t may extend throng months, and may be years, of bol disputes, of intricate judicial proceedings, and <>i thai public uneasiness which paralyz? s tra le and bind? rs all the val uable pursuits "!' society. No State hoi ?n ran have, under the larges! construction of local er to embarra?*, impover? ish, ?nul deurade ??11 Hie others, The contract nt tin' Union i? a i 'ill one, with nil t!u li.'lit? and duties which are thus implied. We are ?ill members of one family; and whal family could ? isl il its memb? re w< re to l><: ?|i i it .1 iln- ?"imrol ?it leas! of watchfu o ' i ach othei '.' We n .'ni tn find ?t man like Benator Bay :i;,l, a! -.1? !i t ? - I ruled by llif ? "t party, while deprecating party spirit altogether, as to ?? gross? ly, ?iif action ni the President, which amounts simply t<? an invitation, at B moment of grave public emergency, ? xtended to certain < itia us, by their presence in New-Orleans, n> promote ?m assurance of regularity and f.iir play in tin minds of all tli?' citizens of tli?' United st.?n ?, ?ni' honesty la certaia prooeedlngs in the transaction of which they are vital.] inter? ?sti<l. In tlic BBaggestionsof tlip Presiden! tin Benatof (?is reported ?m The IForld __ewspap??r) lads aa "exercise ?if an officia] powai to " Interfere in mattere which ought to be "and are stii?;ly tadapeadent <tf him "and of iii-s ?it'tinn.'' Tin- Baaata.ni c?nsuro is BtfOaRj a MBBBia of his ov.ii part,. The error in iu attempting to lix upon _____ rein-, ?.f tin I'l.-i.l.nt an official character which haa never been claimed for it. There ?lie many thinga which in I im>in?tit of poblk ;.ciil tin- Executivi may ?1". of an extra official character, nnder th:ir general proviaion ??I tin- Constitution which reqni pa him to t?? it thai the lav.- of the ?Republic a.?* ?.!. -. .?.i. i? i'ii- recommendation of the Execu? tive was to i certain extenl at ;?<',?/'. ii i i m.-.ile .-?o ii> the nature of tin* cirenmstancca, and the prompt course of the ?Democratic Com? mittee removed even this objection. It v i- hardly poanible for the President to 1 ?. mocrats to collect evidence thai the Itemocratic paity in !.? -?li-i.ina ware committing enormoua ?frauda. Thia i? a poinl which, with ill bis nice discrimina? tion) Mi. Bayard miaeea altogether. The Pres? ident, however, -o t.n from exhibiting an unfounded suspicion of the Democratic party in :.? ?neral, gave it the beal poaaiblo oppor? tunity which it could desire of saving itself Iim'h unmerited reproach?an opportunity which, to its infinite credit, il baetenedto im? prove. Acting under the general powcre eon ti rred npon bim by the Conatitution, in an affair ..: gi. ... delicacy, ami iriUi m? precedent to rail buck n,"?n. In* baa done this thing in the hope of reas -m in_r tin.- anxious and doubting people. At the worel he baa done no harm, aaaumeil no dangerous authority, ?and committed no injue iii c. A more harmleaa proceeding cannot be imagined, if therein no need of it? nor a mon laudable one, if there he. n// r/ IS THE El Ml DTI That the legal rcaull ??f the election in Louisiana, riorida, and South C.Una shall be lionostly declared, ever, deeenl citiaen of either party will insist. Indeed, he will go farther, nnd Inabl thai men legal teehnieali Ue8 shall not be employed to defeat the will of the lawful votera, lint be is not a decent and law-abiding citizen who does not sustain all enforcement ol law thai is necessary to give . ,i?. i m th?. will of the people, and to previ ni tin- success ol either party bj fraud, intimida? tion, or \ iob nee. Thus far, we aie hound lo soy, the presump? tion i- in favor of Ihe officials in tho i - Th*-, have urged that eminent citizens oi ImiIIi parties, in win m the rountrj has Ihe utmost confidence, aliould 1"* pn?ai?nl to witness the counting ??I the rotes. In nol a -im h -1 ??. 11 i.* ! ?i.i. |has far, i ?t :ii!????! lay Dem?crata thai these officials his?* de|_urted from their aworn duty. Ii i- wildlj assiTtiil thai nova. I'bani lierlain, Sterna, an?! Kellogjr, and ih?* returo ?iit; lu...i.! . ii '?,.. i?, commit fmiifl ? ??mi m - outrage*, lint thus far ii i- nol preti'ndiil thai ihr*, have doue anything in diaregnnl of law. .. .. h . n r?; lie ? l:iiin. .1 in liebalf of the I ?- inociats, ? ?n ,s.i!.? -.*? foui 1? ??''?' r? <?i thai pnrtj ?ven l?i'>ii_'l?i from Columbia County, florida, t?? 'I'all.ih '- ? '?. l?j the L'li ! Mai liai, who liad ai rest? -1 them tor acta <>t violen v by whi. i '. . ? -I nu n lint] la n pre r?*) i ted from i In J? !? on, a county iu ili.ii State Ijini up? i tl.gin l.ord< r, the [Mills were luwanlted and Ih? Im .?il? Iroyed in l"in Lu :? l?'< (?ulilic m i '. ? ? . In const - .. n nee, i !.. .| 1 ?. im cratii in |oi ily i? H -r. ; but iu t ??'?'. tl ; ?. ' ? registered l!H 1 u Im. und !. I Uli colore?! vol? i- ; ia IS( ? :.?'._? I ?. iiiocratic and 1,?I it- Uepiildi? nil ? ? in 1 -7". in pite of l1' .-? I.- :. ! ?!l : " "? I?, it . ?i -m.iII Republican majority; m 1H~2 i! .. ?* " l ? uM-nitii mid 1,1 (Ml I m ?I in 1K" 1 it pive '? ?' I en i.ii"' and I .'J'?''? !.'? public m \ ? * -. !'? vi i ?-. . i.?m (Mill - ?i.i acl ?il lit piibli?. .i n ijoril i ". ::?'.? ?i - i... n than .1 t?? n preten led II ci itic niajorii ?? Kill, Is I n re no it in? ?I? I . .1! i ill III. ?I III' !l ?!? * bnllot-l-oxcs in M iilison Parish, hoping therehi tu il?--i i m over *_'.lin? Uepiibliraii nia honest)? i:i-i ti. In live p riol m t? ??..i - -, i in i ii*, i thai m plan ni a Id pt hli? an ma jority ??i :...?- i in l**T 1 nml I, I ' i I ? ami _'. l"-."i even in 1 v7", il.? ? |iai i In s ii.?w gil >? a pret? lid il 1 ???'::' * limj n . of I. I IG. r..--il.'\ ili.- rh i.-*.- of (Mil *?.i.ll'i [|| lia ? ?I ? . : .? the real 'x ill of the i?. ? pie ol Loiiisi in: , und, ns a i*..ii-r'i ?. nee, el? el n l'i? - lenl lau breaking, violence, und nssussiiiatioii, I- there ?m renn ?!'? .' The lua - of th? -?? Platea prot i le nnlj an ? ? i renn ?I.?. Ih- ?? require that the ran \.t--i i ? idiall hi i '??: i up tin i ..i count i? - in u huh ih?- i : . . 1?.trnl und peaceful' that the) shall nevl . Up tin I ? 1 ill II - a- to V. I-I? Il I"! n, il int:.; lins 1? ,i made I?', the I tail? tl Slates ?>? ?.' ,, i ?I- of illegality or viol .:! in? vestigate the faeb : that, ii then appears prima facie ground f< . doubt ?liiy of the ??!? ? tion, the. *l. ill investi** v,.- rurtlii , with <?|'|.i?iI'i'iiiv far both sides to I"- heanl; and thai tbej shall nol include <n counl are tiii n if, upon lnv< ? - * un, i In y find thai th?* election was ?<? r.n ?In. il, fraudulent, oi con? trolled by violence as eriouslj to afTecl the result and defeat Ihe will of the people, Buch ?in*, not tin* privileges, bnl Ihe duties oi can \ i ? ?-, ?i- prescribed in tl"- m man? ner bj State laws. The object was iu ?afford nome measure of protection mrainsi tin- infamous brutality which, beginning with the ma ?acre ul a lj ?nil.li. .m State t'niivention, had ? ul - i ii .n i] ia ?t so ?? illt ?I " i lection*1 in INC ? at which ?nil.?, 1,17*? Itepuldiean votea wen cast in New-Orleans for (liant, and in fifteen other parishes only ten Itepublican votea m all, n I over 25,000 Di'tnocratic votea. In these aaiue fifteen pansbea alunit 12,000 Re? publican votea were [mlled at the next Presi? dential election, and in Orleans Pari h over 13,000. <>?ii of ?_">.<???'? actual Republican voten only 1,188 votea were permitted to be cast! The remedy devised is obviously Inad? equate. It violence drives 2,000 Republicana i. in ?ii" j??!!-. and 1,000 Democrats return 1,000 ?Democratic majority, the men ex?*lu -inn of thai return i till permita tho a ill of the people i?? lie defeated ??.*. the virtual die Iran. In?.m.'it ol 1,000 Republicans, I.m we have no business to aak whether the Ian 1* tlie ln--i m the woral in the world; ii i? the : law of L misiaiia, and also, in suhetanee, ??t i Florida and South Carolina. Now the quea tion i- wheth? i the I in ?shall be enforced. Grant that such a law would nol be enact ?I in a N"i'ii? in State. Fortunately, Northern Stute? bave not had t?? di ;l with armed banda of men, ruling whole districts ?by violence. Tiny are responsible for the existence of auch a law who have perpetrated or excused the violence which made it nect ary. <.i:ii?i thai it givea tl " *ero. power ; ii cannol be aa dangeroua aa the mastery of elections bj rifle ? Iah?. If ih.it dangerous power should Im? abnaed, a-? it was in 1874, and employed, not to give effect t" the .?ill <?f tin- people, but to defeat thai will, then Thi Tkibi n will again condemn tbeabuaeand usurpation. But ii i* in t!i> la-it degree Importaul to under Maud that thi-. ?laiiirrioii.? trit.st i-, Imponed by law. 1?) ?ay th.it it muht not be ahiiMil is one thing. To say that it Khali not be cxrii'i?ed, if proper iftinfrtm exists, is to say that the law s shall hi.i be obeyed and eoforeed. it La a law <?f the M.Hr. aa bindiug and as much ?niiile?! to i. ipeci . - anj other. Tin- offl?sial who refuses to enforce it properly would deserve Impeach iii. nt ; the rin'z.ii who res. Is ?t would deserve imprisonment. It is elavtof the land. 'Iln' 1 titution provides that electors ahaO be I'liinii ?n .?mil iipiniit-r ?is ? ?nit State nay de? cide, an l imp ?sea upon each State the duty nt preventing ?t defeat <>f tin- will .??'' the people in iv.hpI or force. Tli?- lawa of Louisiana, for ih?i purpose, ?in- us aacred as any Iva-* ?>f the united siit'-. liny are enacteil fur the pro? tection ??i' the whole people. If they are Im? perfect m had, ii is right n> .-.ill fot a change. it th.i ?ne abased, it Is riirlit todenoaaee ?the outrage. Mut tbej an- m?i abased, it eoforeed upon propei cause ti? prevea! defeat of the piopir'? wiU. To denounce an i resist the law nm-, enforced i- simply rebeUmu ugutast law. ENtiLAND ASH RUSS1 1. As night have been anticipated, after the rum? of ?h.- j... -1 si\ months, id-' acceptance ??I ?m armistice m the Eaa! i- onlj i!i?' begin utag of mu difficulties. Tbeold jealousy, the ineradicable suspicion, tli?- long rivalry "f interests, burning nnder the placid surface of diplomatic intercourse, already flame ou! again. Wliii?- there i? .?" mach fire, there mus! i? a irreal ?leal of smoke, ami it i? sometimes quite as dangeroUB i" plaj with the latter as with the former. The after-dinner speech of Lortl Hiacnii-t'iiM. ?m Thursday last, was intended in be niainii aiuoke, uliieli, it i? well known, ?! .iiiii".:li inngnilles by obscuring; yet there ii.is die Hash ni' a lighted brand al the ?lose, snd mi Friday ?i abarp, answering tu-!, i,, mi? 1 over Europe from Moscow, Neither of tin -:? manifestations was neeessurj ; lun. it ?in?- did not actually provoke the other, tii?' coincidence la rerj remarkable, Russia ?t|i|n an ?I to have taken an unassaila? ble position lii making her ultimatum to Tur lai-.i virtual!) accord with tin ??? demamb? ni' lanilyml which Turkey had airead) rejected. The?:', it NN lii lie li lu? ?lili. I. il, included !? ("lilis in the government of the insurgen provine? . Lord I'i b) was i.il in conccd? tlial much tit tlie, on i . Ill in,, .' -'. l:,j at II) ni tar Ell people with the tortured Bulgarians; and, al though England refraintil from further uritritig her demand after Turkey's refusal, she was none the I? ?? delmrred from protesting again t ?'- 'un '? m suits!ami illy i | ? ._? them. Thi ? i .1 li !',.'..' did, iitT' i Beet ual liili an ainn read) for invasion stand? ing behind In i words, Turkej yielded t" tin pr? tun. aii'l tin the world there waa a Iki i- ?.-i m vitiations u|mhi which ?ill .??mill readily unite. I!.h m??i\ lb m a ha? |1_1 ? ?I. :.'l WC leal P. ill -; :?" "I l."!il 1'n ?nuil?::, M". declaration to tin contrary i thai ?il I lie PoW? 1 ? ?lie lint lit ,| _!? .a|, ;.'..! I i ||| . lh.lt the pi.?a i ill:' .'? h , ' .1.1 |'i ai . ! ... i h' i. i l.i m p ; .m. i:i i "? iirnti'd. h is, i1.' refore, Mirprisin : that Lord lb ? oi field, ..i i m !i a ? rit ?cal juni i . : luive ? ti ?o m.'(.???i.li nm ii.11. r< t'..- in.- : m polii -. in regard to "th? ten . " ni Turk? j, luircl) tu the ? !??; ii . .1" H :..' ;,' - i.t i m I tat ion, . m i.il ?ntcKiil) ? atitiol In presen? 'I. Hi? ?h ? laratHtii thai tin ?.'"?-?in nil imatiini nine? and the Ihr? i "i war " i In ' ' . ? i! i" ? add . ... n- in mi in hi - aeknov h'dgment of i's n a In.? -? to ?ni in .??-. >i ? I u Hii 1..I - ? 'l. ! ? ! ? M . i '. ? 1 ' |t DJ rival . ? 'I ii ih... h , two oi Ih .hi hi II. '.. i . . Hi tl ll|H?li : li? nu? il II .. ?. . : 1 ! , .i.'I in nddi own ?'."?le. Ih lii'l-lii . uiii.r h ?m li Lord P.' ni mi 'II i lie "I .nh i|ii,ite liiiaruiii tr< .'m' i.: "i the i In i ' ' ? of I m i This, ih''i. Is the present situation. I.'i ?ia ?t.iml? v ..ni in go 1.1 ,'..H foi il, sak? "i . teed r? form : Ei .1, ml is i 1I3 to -" i" uar for lei i itorial inn -i ''. . l'h?re i? lio I ? 1 ? .!.'? roil 11 ?Cl lu n : I? I e icll .'ia I'pl i 11 other' - ' m ! If the) for ?i ? di Mu? iii.iii, such would ; Id) be the n nil -, bul 1 in ? ? . . not ..'??! to ?.v.lil. 'I In' i' 1- a lull in i!n- coufiisioii : 1'n- mil) effective ts?lu liou ol ih?- iiiii.iuliv i? Is-conung tolerably clear t" iln wot I?l, and this i ? 1 " time for ? Still COUIltl i III? IIBCe. li u:n i-- to In . ?'n re im: -! In- 1111 1 ud i?l , ? iking ami a 1 "i Work. A'lt.i e a1!, .'.- um.>n and m M nul conciliai i ?it must tuke 1 im place ni tradition and sitspi? ion. ////' 1 lift WA ? I //' .'?' SI /'.'.' V. We are not pr? pared to conclude that the 1, ion? i., the - Aiciti ol the Cr? Ion water were la' ?tied fora pur)N?se, bul there ura 'ii 1 uni-.,Hi''? which justif) the suspicions abroad t?. thai effect. There i? certain!) a slack sup? ply in the districts ol highest elevation in the in;., hut there are appui? nt uo good ami sut' m nut reasons wbj there -'n mi.1 be actual city. 'I in- project nf a m-iv aqueduct d? cos! ta'.tnt. niiiliiui dollars is an old ?"li iieul.i j, 11.id. li \? one which politicians of both puni.? approved years ago, and ??11 doubtless approve now, since it contemplates an expend? iture large enough to give patronage and leave stealings for the entire <'i?i <.?>n rnnient. I" justify such a acbeme ii should be oiude clear, lii-t thai the water eannot be aopplied by the presen! ai? ans. nnd nexl thai it can 1? by the new sell? me, "? bich in 1 low ?d the fa? 1 that il 1 ? !" drain the name watershed from which the iln don draws its supplj we very much doubt. Ib'fore any official wriotul) urges Una plan on il,., ?if., m votes n? saddle us with an addi? tional deb! of $25,000,000 or (130,000.000 Im ii. In- should lie -un- thai it is necessary, iirnl that 11 Is ateo ih?' best and cheapest which i-:iii be ?h 1 i-i d. I'm mir part, we suspect a j"li in the whole matter. We find on investigation tlial the hue ami 1 1.1 of a lack ol nal? ?I in pi.ipy district ? i- fictitious, ami that the suffering and incon venience from the acanl supplj have, except ta a few instanci . been grossi) exaggerated. Till' STBTOOLB OP THE OAMBLEBE p.. people pin rally realize how mach money i? direct.] at stake on the action of three South? 1 b boards of caavaas? n .' There are now m John Morrisaey'a hands atakea amounting to a : ; stun than tin ein:re National and State campaign expenses of the Republican party, which Mill lu ai>s..iiit.]v loot in ?i 1, t\ Demo ? rata In thia ?in ash ai <?'?iv. Tilden is declared elected, 01 al least onleea the reenll ia delajred ami befogged until liny bate had a chame to hedge ?m thehr beta, People talk about fhe corruption ??f the campaign. It is ?is nothing compared with th?' poaslble eorrnption ol the ?i..int, whaB deinoiali/. d by tli?' iinpeiiding l.iinkriipti'y ?.f the K.iml.liiiK fraternity. .Mm., iiioney can now be profitably used Mithin ?1 fortnight ta ptavenl Hm ?leclar.ition ol Hayes'. ? h-. tiitii than the M'bolu Democratic BUtuJ uacd ?luring the whole -campaign ta aecuro the elec? tion of TibU-n. \V?' bava very litllo sympathy to wmte on thus?, ubi? stake their money in ?bt hands of pool-sellers, fur they deserve to bo swindled, as they may expect to he by men of this vo? cation. Bat BOBM of the bando attempted by these men ore m l??M thai ore stop to aapaaa then m length to another ootaam. Among the most desperate of the pmhbttt* devteeo, to " hedge" their bad bets and t<> defraad thoae who ban- gneoaed lutter than thenaolveo, n that of publiahing fictitioua dtepatehea from Republicana in the three disputed Stan-, gii ing up the ell. lion of Hay? a. The aaaieaol Senator Conover of Florida and Marshal Wallace of Smith Carolina have beea thus forged. The design is to dispirit Republicans, and had then to destroy the i. tickets which they hold on Hans, or t.? lut heavily on Tilden. Tim effect in either ease la to benefit the gamblers. The coatomen <>f gnnblere can take ?'an- of themselves, bnt this conspiracy for the ntteranee ?>f false nous becomes of genera] Importance when the whole publie is misled by it, and ?-ven newspaper* are inposed upon. We warn the people against dispatches that ''com'??I." too much. ME OhADSTONE ASH THE AMEEICAN UNION. The December namber of Harpers Monthly contains an interesting letter, hum- published for th?' first time, from Mr. Gladstone to (Jen. Sehende, Minister Plenipotentiary <?f the United States to England, dated Now. 28, 1ST-, when the former was Prime Minuter. It was .called forth by tii?' volume entitled "The Case of the United states, tobe laid "bel?nethe Tribunal of Arbitration at G< aova," ami wosmeanl to answer the charges made In (?mi volume of the unfriendly feeling manifest? .1 toward the United States, during the war, by nu min i s ni the British Cabinet and Parlia? ment. In an explanatory note Mr. Gladstone ?in? s thai he is now constantly receiving assurances of good-will from this country, foi which I.? n very grateful, and which be there? fore desires i" recognise by placing before ?an people the evidences which he furnished four years ago to our diplomatic representative at the Pour! of St. James, <?!' his own good-will toward our nation ?lining the existence of the M II. la regard to the cans ?? of co ipbi n(. be ciintiiic? biiiisell to m eting im? specific charge?, drawn from bis speech ?it Newcastle, on ih?' Tih of October, 1862, and bis up r-ch in Parliament resisting, on the part of the British Government, a motion in favor of the recoiniition ,<\ the South, on the 30th of June, I8t>3. While be does not deny the opinions as to the n-nli of the struggle, expressed In those s|n< clu-s, und repuhlhdies a letter to an American, written in lv,'7, wherein he frankly conf? ?is hi? ? nur ni both tad ami judgment, hi i - -i - thai the teuot of both addresses was nui unfriend!) to the American public, bnl the ??-. He tacitly admits the leading pointe ol the accusation, which are tin hi? own wordu p ?? i h i n ? it .a, i - of the BontB i:??.' made ? Batten." i ,: tlu -. ?'lian, h of the Southern states was,la . ? .mi i-u nt .ut future s I " :i it th? . ? - -.H in of tin- war WBS te be desired, ta u-uui.'l; :.. to ?.arrant Its , oi.iiiiu.iiie,, it to,?' have all ? ?? .if.aili.ll.l. . ? o!in I v. Ise ju?t ..- ' 1 ! .t p. lev o I'l'.i'. ami. as I P.'.'ni.il. m t ?? t' of the 8 It 1 . 'I' ! a'.ll ?.llll I''' .'.. 'I , . ? i fatal >-ir.r. .ten for <<v. ere am! ?f till ! of Hie ttai . Bul I." fru? I ?? -. ii n ference i" these ?int,.i' , "I neither conceal these errors " i,,'! I ? tup! elaborately to ext? nuate " i m mi In ;i n ?i 'i la??? to VOI imis tit??I lvi'8 "which ?I" imt np(M'nr to bave been taken ?.tint, or to those unexampled cir " cih::-: .".m-? * which misled me, ??ml, in a greater "ih.it i, misled th?- world." lie then Bete ?;il..,;it the work of dealing himself, bj quota? tions in-m the aamc speccltes, from i!i<- ? ? !.. ? i __?? thai lu- mi- at any time desirous of the failure ol the Union can?.-. 11.- thus States tin- point? which In- considers i ?tahliahed b) his complete utterance mi both occasions : i ..a i | npiuloq alwajri srsa that England had S ?',. i Hi'1.1 ?? in the i,ii.iri-!-i rslssd by the hisun . ' || Southern 91 _? i tt l -in, rest wss tbst thi North and P ntb, far from i" .n_ ? ?'. ei. ?I..? lu m'ni ri mm u united. i ut varloui pen, d I Had at? ki-nol the Ainerleaa people, and of thetr tl . , tl on to undergo, In term? of lirons sym "A' - L That thi itloni were not I. ?? publie m- i. ?. itiiiia 'iH.-.ii. .1 than the two ?'? ? It? l m the i , tile Pi un- m October, : M .. : i : ilii, ? ?. I ta I ' aeehes ?Aiin h am i|Uoii .111. .linn- tuy desire m so Knirllahman iin.t. tin- Union ?i.ouiii !..? broki ti ir?, aera delivered sa i. | ii.. i..-.i i. \;.it ??ion . ni t..-, beliof tbst English interest? aould be b -t m rv? ?', by u , eoutlnuani ??? We have m> apace i<? repeat the quotations adduced in support of those five declarations, ami mu-i refer the reader to Mr. Gladstone's letter. They will certainly bear the Interpro tntion of a cautions and well measured i^?????l nill; ami perhaps Ulla i- as much a? ??? had ?mi reason to ? ?tpect, during a ertela which tested the faith ami moral endurance of ??ur i? i im mis abroad, What we may now acknowledge without reserve la the rare candor of an eminent atatcsman, who, coot? ?? ing hi? serious errors of judgment, otdj ask? that all hi* expressions be tally and fairly weighed, ami their entire tenor be accepted 'rather than that of detached passages, ta this feense the publication of the letter is honorable n. Mr. Gladstone, and will be accepted by Ins thousands of friends in this country m aa ample expiation for opinions which at the time gave (In m pain ami n_.ii t. 77/.: HE l Air i NO THE POLE Additional details from the returned Arctic expedition show .?t more clearly the difficul? ties encountered. A new name is proposed for the ocean that is supposed i<? surround the Pole?the " r.il.eini.l-tic N;l"-i. C, lile sea of ?mcii nt ice. The belief of the explorera bithat the lee then baa been accumulating fot yean If aot for oentari? ??, and thai the sea is never live troni if. 'I'],,. description given of this Ice abowa that it is quite different fron that whi.h is found form? ing each W inter in high latitudes and break? ing up and floating aonthward with every open Banner. AI Its lowest point the Ice <>i that northernmost aea floated fifteen fed above Maler level; it MOOnbled low ic.-lu i gfl ; in placee it-* thkkni n n.ts fron 180 to200 tout. The scoounta Indicate, though they dono! ?!?s tiiicily Stan-, ihat this Ice is in notion, ami a map in A?afarn give? the direettea of the drifl m to the eastward. That the lee la in sepa? rate nasaea is further presumable ban the fact iliat m,?imlings were obtained at the high eel latitude readied to the pledges, proving that the depth of th<- sea at that point ivas mili -eviiiiv fathoaaa. It i- pe-?tale, bowaver, that the Hoiindings naif olitaineil throng, a bole in (lie lea, inatle by blasting. T?ic ohate-tee which this ice presented to sledge travel ean new bo better undera-toot, It.-i niasses had been jammed together ho aa to create, an utterly irregular suit nee, which coul4 only bo reduced so that sledges were drawn over it l?y making a road with the pickax. The actual advance mail?' to the northward, with the greatest lalxir, was only 7?'l mi..* from tho place when- the Alert WM liatl-orcd, hut nearly four times that ?lisUnc? WM pamd over by the Kledge party \g dragging their loads by installments, and 73 <Ia\H wen consiimed in the ? tl'oit. It ig evident that tin* taah of dodging ?dang th? shore was niiieli less lld-MMI than that of ad? vancing northward over the frozen sen. Tin party that went to th?? w? -?twiinl made thr??? or ion times M much progteea, ami the party to the eastward mor.' than twice M much, aa thai which wont northward. Th?* lout?* of th? m -.tern coast party ainr rounding Cape Jo -?-jili Henry was, nearly due wc.-l lor the lirat hall' of their course, ami south ol' west fur the latter halt', ending in hit. **-"_' 1<?', ami long. s?'? :'<>'. That route ha.?, ltceii PftlmtB of in telegrama as alone the north cooa. <?t' the eaa> tim-nt, particularly in specifying tin- position of Cape Colitinhi.i. lat. BS 7. long, 7o3 .w, the hi'.'ln st lam? ili.-c.iven il ; l.ut Mr. l'ichard A. Proctor, commenting noon the news, says that this land on the wt-s*. in .side of Smith's Sound is a rmgt 8? i-hunl*?. The eastern coaat party traced the weaten ihon <>t tin in? land in a uoith-eastirlv dilution up to lat. 82 ?W and long. ?** 'AO . The highest iioitit ?reached by the expedition la now exactly specified m B3 90 26 '. Before a determinate opinion can be fonnoa m to whether the-" results preclude further attempt! ?by tin* Smith's Bound route, it will have to Ik? ihoWU whether the thick*ribbed ico of the " I'iiheoci \ -I ic Sea' is permanent i.r changing in i?-- position ?it tin? head of smith'* "-?nil,.I. Ii ii drifte at all, there i- a ? oaaibUity Ih,.I in -orne m*.us it may inove soiilii ...ml. Bngliah writers, since the return <>t' the expedition, aeeni tg regard the mta by Bmith'a Bound as hopelessly cloeed. They generally ?peak of the Bpitaliergea route aa the only -alternativo. Mr. l'i??ctor makea the result an occaaion for expressing i hope that Antai. ne laihei tiian .\ntio re-? anh will next i?e attempted. Certain!] tin- reonlta ni ill?* BritJah Expedition cannot be called en? couraging to polar explorera, though it has furnished geographera with nearly -ix hun? d??.! mu?s ?.t the southern boundary of ahiih erto unknown sea, PEBSONAL 111 ; May Aleott ?*>ill *-tady a:t in London ti..? Winter. Dom Pedro is vigocooaly anhing exenn?am ?Il SI "liii.l .'il ? ?. The Arehbialiop ?>f Canterborj myathatia tin-la-: 10 years i ?'?.000,0.10 lu? i?.-.*n -i*-?*'it '?> ?mtm here et toe Choreta ??f llnu?ai.?! l?i t )??? t- ?torattoa ..f ..Id . liun i.. - mal..,, i..i ,.:i/ ..; new aun. Robert Balken, the bmndei <?f Bunday school -, - ? .ill m m..nul dedicated to Liu n.- m..i.i In Olouccster ?'?.!!?...liai, Gloucester i??-mg the ?n\ to ?rbl ?i li - ??'. inn n. ?in .1. .mal wi a-i,' ?I. The nal Ailhni* ?>it<>n is r?-|?oiti fl to have bees discovered n Uni nadar the aliaa "i kiln ?1 .-?initii, so Inmate ol t:,. lunatic n-yluin ..n the tanks of th? I'ur.ilni* ,. MOl .-mI.i? J. Young Commander Cameron will m?i exp?an Af'i? liiiii l-, M ,? lu-i-ii ?m I, ii?1 fur foiu \ eon mi.1 n ?. -if. i'ti'1 luii-t i?v tin-1 ni? ? .?f tin- sai y eltlw'i ip or retira from acUve aenrlce. He ? . iblp. -Senator Jonea, tbe ?golden, was recently in ? ., og al ii.? property Ibero? an.I, ten /'??? ? ? 11 v burst uf approval and ...I 1 etlve .Im ?? u a .'.a.-1 "km_- gentleman, ?un! favors the Mr. William M. Kv.trts arrived yc.stenliy ?mi,::" from iii- r.a?!.try liai.a- ::t W'tii.l??.r, Vf.. ami 1.1 iiii.i.-i-i.in.i t.? i?p ?-'.ii-?'l.-rinl: whether be -hull abandon ? ? l,_- In. . . -- 1 ... .'.lia n:-. a I the Call Ol tllO tit.andst -t tu mediately to New-Orleans. Mr. Robert ?Browning is now in his t>"?t!i year, and 1? (oil ?.r vitality aod rtvarity. Be It -<t i.?*.ii mi ihouhtorad. Hi- 11.?;r and bent in .->. 1 ii..-,.- j. nth m nu a . bright ...?:.'...,?.!:, :, t? .1,-1 ??f ? on l< al stones, uiid Hi .1 t.iiki i* n?,? ?ti ..11 Ktvi n t?? tin- Incomprehensible. Capta. Stephenaon and Sont of the Polar K\. .-.i:-Ion pi. ?-?ii :?l .:, I.in....ii l .1 brass tablet ulii.-ti attached with proper oeremonies to CapcHallli erare li the Arctic wastes. It Is thns Inscribed : "8nerad i.? tin memory of ?dipt. <*. P. II.ill nl the I'. & shin l*..i ..-i-, whn ?act d mi bis life In the advancement >.f S -"..-?. 1 -71. Tais t.iiil.-t li is :..-.-n .-i.-.-t. ?1 l.y the ItriUsh I'olnr Exit-edition ol 1875, who.t Uowlng iu i.i? footsteps, I;..'." |.i..?.:. ?I by lu-expel ..-ii.-.-." Mr. Walter, If. I'., proprietor of Tat London ?fur.:. WAS ' nl? it am ?1 tost Bight lit .Inn., r l>\ th.? Moli ?I iv t lu'.-. Ai- ? i - ?:...?-'? |?:?-,-nt wen Mr. Wil'.iaiii M. Evorts, Mr. John Jay, luim lohn B, Brady. Mr. Clark? ?onV.Potter,tbe ?Ser. i?r. Henry 0. Potter.Mr.I?P. M?.i,? n. Mr. .-..mi:. : i? i . ?-.. l*r.-i?l? nt ,.r tli.. i ii.cii ? < ?a?; ti? re?; Mr. W\ liam Walter l'li.-l;?-. Mr. i.|i KohliiMin, Mr. .lam.?- ?...i?i?..i Bennett, Mr, S*. l.i, alii II, lev . ill!.'.?-, I, ii'i'l -i-\ ? -ml .?n Mr. George William I'mti-, ha?, leriona ?>i?iii . tin -ni?).- t ...' I'li-i'Mi-t. A?blmsslui tli?- Aii?T i, ..n iii.ii.M wlt.\ he laya: *? Ti?.- .[ii. -t.i.n tl,.it r..iiiii. llalli? I ? \..ii is, Can't y.'ii '?"* ?wii it I Can't >. ii in.iki* it Ury :in,i crisp ?rltbool t?i?> ttaeh lofenaea te Iba laid grit When It to apple with wbleb you are oooerraed t ii?- ttx ipon Ibtlity Is ?rester, for, *?? to speak, i??nr tgtgk t ?.-.ii - :i full .?nit ; it bus t ... it S?d HOI ?< r? :m lippi r all 1 a I.ni.-i _.-.iia. Ill, : '.'I ii Mai.. ?.in.-., -it ?- i|.?t :tl ? n ? M...-..' v. Iij ?hould Ihe Innoo nl frail i?.- slwoysehul it. whltel Brown it. Mudara, firowa n ?" Alas. 0 n. -i kind Men lor, tin Auieri an bouse w if? v. tu eon* tlnm t?? ?in a? she l.uii slwaj - dooo, In -??it ..f oil waila. The atotjr ?>t' u baraain of ruahlcal tirant i- related hf Burent*? Magatina. Ju-t hsftwa UM tk -o et tin- !:i>i -.-?i..:i ..f Ooegn -? Um i'r.--i ' nt while ?i;iv l.u'i.n. ? ii-.f. .Mi--., itrneh by the appearanoe ol ?i in?i*so lu.iiH in?< i.? fur.? u buteher's cart that he stralnbtway ?t f.u tbe whit? aproned personage, ?m? haaghl ' M equently, after driving ?I with ass> atorConkllna. tbe E*tresi_lenl - At, ??<*..me m tin -> s und look at .i new h??n-e I've I.)_iit." Mr. Conkllmt, who Isa in.'--:>' "f I '1 '""i "''''"' tboroughly, i ii.-ii him ?a :?'. pul?, v a htm there.and ?li.l ;?ii tl . ? nutiirund liorscman should do In such lease. "When , |. i h m ?' ' a.- .-.it:.- Kenator. **l bou lu l.mi of ., i ,,";, Ui i," ?, i? i? I il.? Yd -i'i.*i.|. '* Him much did v.?u ]?a-, i"i* hint I" "Two buudred and tl r? > dollars," ?ii.-u. i*.-ii lien. Grant. " Well," respon?led the Benator, ?*ii?. n,.i\ tie a Ten cood animal, and tloubUess I?, but if n wer?, tai fa?.-1 mi' k t ihould rather hare ?Um money ? '* "That is what i!*_u bntclier thought t" i. plied ?Un i.? -:?l- nt. POLITICAL WIES Everybody Menu to bo good attvod raeopl the n.m who wonM t.? s<i>* " I Md yw ?.? " and seal |?M ?i chance. T.ilk about theSpeakerahipof tho mkI ''.?n Uus lia- beau afamad) ? and iba trtendi ol Hi.? sM wkt. Cox, Rantloll,and ."?iiyl.i*, are baril] vorktaf t? the claims <?: ? i ii. i;?-n. Butlerappearato l>o about the happkal m.ia in Hi.- i-.iantrt ..n-t n,.ii. Tin- tii?.?l ?.-.- . -.- I ?a fellow who i .- Um pro .?? ?.f u post-oSes mS thinks one niante bo wUI pet tad tin aozttbatbabM loot it. Whoever was reaponaible for tho riot ia Charli toaonVTodn? day,the erldaeea ihowi iinttbs Brat shot WM an*d by a white nan named O'NoilL He tg one and owl I -.?'? dentally. Qe bad known It to do so beten andweonda ,-..;.,I-..1 imy Min, wao. \.iiniiiiii?r it. Then Isalh M ei.ii'.i ..i a big broth? i '?im ?'.'.?i a ??I? :i-.nit i,nan : i itiL-1.;* Ilttlu brotherorerthe bend. Hi always n lonaled for the blow hi tayiuirbis band ?? sl)p|ie?L" i'?? ti ? with Urn accidental shooting m the ?s..ntrt is that It ri Wg] ? lilis I i" -i'? CongreeanMa Milton Bojlor of Ciminn.iti, ? me kept ? M Im -?"-ak.-i. , . boaeel i.i.ui and a patriot ab attb? Pit iktentlal gxu ?tion. VThsa aakad ky a reportar Ol the Commercial if lie i?]>i<r<-Li.?ii.!< ?J ?I r to th.? eoantry from tbe present .situation, in? snawandt " I il., not. 1 liait- to?) imit-li fuit li in tlit? s?.I??-r MMli tlioii_,'lii of tin- Atu<-ri?\iu i?.??pl?.. ?Thaaa ?r?- too many peepM vha ha\,? ptupntf, own t...n,i-.. aai m t!i? fathers afebUdraa. w.? naaawl a_bcd taeaavari -?s United States Into a ?weaad ?ttalea ft mj Jai?_|T?H whoever to fblrly elected, without taint oi fraud, will i>e Inatunratod peaaafnllj. by tbe ivni!ii.,:i. unseal of _?-tb i?artl?_." Ez?Got. Jool Parkor is alif-aily bwght out in Mtm-AmmS astUt? D.-iiin, i.iti.-1 am.litl.it?-f.?r the t'nited 8t.it? a S. unto. Ihe Elizabeth Herald gtVM him tills mild SB_-wi?*iu_j_fttri? "WlOioul any prcUiii?O of uierclrici'-US