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Jni?ct to 2lo.tfriiG.muu6 Anuaumna-ta?M ???,.*- r.th min* t.th semana BoAiti? aun Muons SB J'en* 4IB entama. Bitsmaas Momees m faee?1st entama. Il, MXBSS Chav i?-;_. loue 111: ????iiunn. DaBCIUU A? ?il v.u.? ??.A Pam?i'tl column. I>i? 11 IN.? Ni.ii. i- 111, l'une- II.?eoitouu. ??rt (it.i.ie? 84 Play? Stb?catatas t*IUAUaut^-7IS laue?Ad utul 4tli colunias. Ki'KMTiut il/' rotte?lili connut. llv u Wa>ii i? :;./ Pttpr ?'?ill column. H k?i>. ? Ai;iii?,.,..-. Ai-.??ti/ litar Ath column. llnn.iji- 3d Paae -itl: eelunii H?,M? as?, t m:?i? \V sBTKD?7?? Pane? *>tli column. It i ?'yr.AM 3d Peg* -Oth ?-.?lu: m. l>?tiKt t-T"S- M Cane 3d eoliuiiit. l.i ?l. N'.il?l? -lit/, 1'itie -cAt olnnili. ii? ill*.?.? am? tiy i i,\,.? Ad l:t re-titb ctiUimn. Macuibbbt?7?tt Papa ith isUumn Ma?i.ia..?-.? am> I?. a.h*? dit laue?titiico?ui.?? Stisciii LABBOUe?US' Ppp* ."?il. column; si". Poye?Olli OolU.li,I MUBIOAI tUSTUOUBBT? 3d Pave- IJtli coluinti Van ri m ii'Aiitis-t-tt.vi pntie?id an.! 8d ealaasuBj 1'Koitt?.!? ;ui loge?3d ?olnini . K?.ai KsfTiTI I'.i-' mai ?*- I'it-i? 7lh Viioe?."?111 e liimn : BanOK11 n- T'A I'm.'t ??>tli citiinuii I ('??rvritv- TlA l'une ?..ill emamn; Auctki* flu an 71* ?'ur.e?bth eolamn. Pu m ut AUCTK1S Ott liuic till column. Iti- ui NiniiK_ -'.,Ut Pr.oC' tiiti column kin ?ti ?as Wabtbiv Mamb??S- lUne?Mth entamai PnXOtApy- M I 'age?.*.lli and t*?tli col?n?*?*. BTkAMllt>AT*> AM? RAH Kl.Alis 7th lUtf* OtMSalUtaS. BtBAHBBS? ?OCBAB litt Vu.ic?41k oliiii.ll. TBAOuaaa -oth Pat??-ith ennnaa. T??i.i.T -citt PaoraBT??7tt I'nw-iiih ? ?.lunm : Rbook i.-N-7r/, rat* ?Hi ?xiluiuii; Coi sriiY-Tie I'oje .'-ill ?nil (lili colman?. T<> Whim n Mai Oobcbbb?M Puqc Athcetuma. WlBTBB l;i-?i.i- ?,' ln:t 1 i: c iiinn. j?nemce? Montes. To the (?imi.kmi.n or Nkw-Yobk. We respecttnllv ??.in...nee bavlas tBlB ?Ihy nMnol the erice ?f o *.r wi.le'.v |N.|..il.ir MILK llii-l?? ->?. ami oui .?ii.i.v llAr?. to $*>. wiili Uils Run? ?nit?ineiii ?e nete areroni r?duction lb ?ami .?I i.ilMir aa ciaililinr n? In a men-iiie l?> meet Pie ex 1/zei'fiea of ti.e tlin. _. nil?! a?? i? i??il ?. l. ,-i? llstlon filie ? ram! rei .t uon of oui fsbt esta laepa "?aresball liiotiice Hit AMIit.x MAT St lliefuline i ii. AMmmrs Sou, Ne.? York, Vet). 10. J.U rn.l, ive 1 ?an t TitiBivK, Mail Bubsenbsm, SlOpei annum. feKiit-WicKKt v Jhiiunk. Mnil Siil>seril..?r??. **'< p r ?an. WuBKLf mini st Mail Subasribasa, 92pes tanuia. lerms, cash m a? I v.m ce. Atldres!?. 'IHK Tkiiicnk. New-Y.irk. Twon? unable to sHsSBTm 1*BIB?*JHB irt any of the truiiii, boat?, orhofcl* in uhi/hit it unaUy ?old. will con? fer e nSPSr Im infoi ininu this othec of the aecuou'.anee*. Tvx aUMt-WaBBLl T-IBUBB will tie ret?At titti n.?>ruiiig el e o'clock, in wr.i?>riiira for mailing. Pitee ."? eeata fi '?.?**ii'.n[i-,i?i?!i .?Baye Ibelr favora f??r T?ii:Ti:ini sr all.'iS? ?seajhrsv. ?-?r. .'inint. or .to? W.'iSd-st.. oor. 8th ave. ??nu-^erk JPa?y SrUmsiei FOUNDED BY HORACE QREELEY. FRIDAY. FEBRUAB- lfi, 1877. HIS NBRro THIS UOKAT.SG. FoniMc.N.?T!ie Daks of __r__*n ?asumuncas tli.it lie v :. .,i.?-'.ti"ii tin- Britiah (.iovoriiiiu ?it an its Kastara I?oli.y iiit_t Tneadajf. _i_^-^ Gen. Cbnnffnrnier ?h J.?oil. = ?Gen. Diiiz's ?utlionly is ?JBOUguiued in tlie Mexican PUeiflc .St:it??s. Dummuc.?Mr. ?Brarta spnkc before the Elf-rtnral Cwnaaisskm ?>n Um !j.?iii..iatia ca???* jraati liav fot lbs Bapublimum, ?'mil Judaje Campbell foi the Detao nrnla. The Comniiaeion will meel ia secret seeahm tt.-.lay. - . ..- An att??nii?t mon nette i?> aseassinnte (??.v. l*H_kar?l ftekeedey ; lio aras ahnt, bul BSmch ?l?,\>ii tin. pietol, tin- Lull sstteriuf bisknea, == Tlie publication of lbs true v.-i.-ion of ths Ttttlnu Oregim diapstcbea is eauatnf a puai senaatton in Washington ; further rsrelations are t mning t.?-il.i\. =?-. l.vnlftici' taken ut Waahiagtou i?y tho Kcal J^?tat? ?Paul C'oi'iiniii.'? jreaterdaj eonnects Col 1'eliun's name with eonlrin te. Coi Pelton tesli?ieil durii g the ?lay. =_: The Woodin l.illn relative to tlie Commissioner >?f Jurors ami Coroners .?f tin Ci.unty <>f Maw-York i?.u--_-i! in the .Stat. Senate. ConOMMMt.?The Senate passet! the Diatrici T.ix bill. An important amendment was offered to the bill atnciitlint, the r.i.-ific Bailroad sola, which will he debated to-day. In Hie House the Naral Appro* printbm bill was puaeed. City and dOMWUit.?Oaehwald wm hnns at Hnwariti Bjaudied, psobaUjr from ii.n-i.i, befara tlie hour of I'xet-iitiiin. ^= A ciiniiiiitl.-.? ?.f Nnw Jermy Ceatralstoekholdstarsparted thai the emu phtiy's ctitidiiion areanttsh sums than it.- offlcen L.i.i i-.j?i.?anted. == An extensive system of amucKUnc with Canada ataa aupeued? und two m?-n men ammtad. ?? .- Uald, 100% 109% 105% Gold valus tgl Hi?? tssjsl teeides dollar atlbocloau, ?u^io ssata. B?aeka anatia but guueinUy dull, ?bUSUg stea.lv. * Tub Wxathkk.?Thb Tbibi si's loeal abserra ti"n? in.li.iiie wnruier and threatening weather. Tlieii'iotni-ier jreeterday 90***, 46 , !itj . Tlie S-Vdte Senate s?-??iiis to have coinr (<> lite Coiirln-ioti that Tin: Tk?i?'m-: '.v;is ti^lit, und til?- CorooAu trcN noi, aboul the existence of iilni,-.'.-* in tiiat office, Mi. Woodin's bill, ?fmnted to i-'i'it-ft tin-in, \\a> jiiiSM-d j(.?.??(;?!ihiy by a uii.in:!ii"ii.-> vote. .? .*.? Oov. GroTM swora before the .-*?. ?nata C??in linti.'e tiiat he iiiliiiinetl no oiif m advance of bis pnrpoae with respect to Crunin, and yet tl'.e fiiilicr dispab?lieu sbow thai be telegraphed to Mi. J il.i? n a wick before just wbai ?be nould do. Will Uor. (.rovci *pluaae ozplaial It was in vci-* 8iii(>ii.?l> nppoaed ?that B-on ri.iniii would ojiie.se the pausase of Baa* ???.ui Uoope going to iorade Turkey, All room foi d.nilit is, however, lini.Aiil by tin- formal agree__enl ^?llicll Pr?nee Charlea baa made to ailow tlie Kuaaian troops fn< um of in- ?terri? tory. It ih re-auonable bat ratin-i ?odd thai Um Prinaa aboald at the same time deuj the Turks tiii.*-? privilege. Tb? l'on?' umat coo rider him a voty disobedient vassal. Ct'iitimiital Life foanmnoe nflairs ?dlspla-f Tiith t!ii?!i new probing mom oorruptkui. The im ?.ut ?receiver abowa onmmendnble anxiety to get to the ltotmni t?t this ?had basineua. Tlie tnuu___c?tiooa with the New-Jersey Mutiiitl concem were exceedingly crooked? but the prompt iiic.i.iut ? tiiat have been taken bid fair t?> .-.iiv?- and ?recover ? la::r?* ?part of the ?trauB ferred securities. Tbers is ?some additional evidence aa t?. the offieers of ?the .Continental liaviiiK han?lhd the property of tlie policy holders daring Mr. Anderson's lect?rerahip. Altogether the ?position ?*f those officers i.-? I.? - con?in?- .*>? rioua. Beth branch?e of the Legislature bave now passed the hill df|liiiiig the powers and dm a ? of the ."--'ii'?. linn ndi nl ol BtatC I'riM.iis, Mr. Hasted iin-i.ii.i.- it through the Assembly jt -- terdny. Aa **'','H as the ?Senate .hull have coa en!..din tin- Aaaeaahly aaitwdannit. which iiii-i.-i?/ finlitiiJi?s in tin- a?t a ?proliibitiou of political appointatenta, the bill will go to the (_*o\ir?ior for his Signatare, and Mr. Pflahory can 1m- promptly nouiin.ited r.nd eontiinicd. When tlii.-. Une. beea done, the hardeat stags in tlii.? K?U11U will ba.e be<_ Oil -ed. Uia t>n JOUI r?iico tlie amendment, which bill UUlIea int?) ollei-t, >v?m iirst framed ; il yema 'innre, WO Mt likely to 100 fxir more i progress. ? ? There it said In In- ? small l?nt ndroit li til work in \Vnsliinirt(?ii nn n scheni?' to through another mbeidy for the boppl lotien 1'iKitic Mnil Bteuaship Company tlie .round that the China nt?d .Tapan f emilil not he cani"d without it. Cong men should n n deist and that this sobald granted?, would be simply tlie robbery ??!' Usited Stales Trem-niry to that an? 'liiere i? un nerd? for giving a dollar to then mail)? carried. In fact, a better or; ized company is already oft'ering to c.iny t over tliis precise mut;*, merely tor the oi postage*. Legislation at Washington haa I sntliiii nilv disgraced l?y Pacific Moil cor tidii already, and he would I??* a pretty ' Congresos-M who should Envoi this last roIm ? Brooklyn's penopooto of a large public 11 kcl ?in* tmprovipg. Al present a large pro] tion of tiie food consumed in thai eitj brought fron Long Island farms across Ka.-i Kiver, sold here lo the Brooklyn retail ?mil carted l?y then bock to Brooklyn bei il is finally liisjios'.tl of. The result is 1 grocers and butchers in that citv have charge much higher prices than here. St.ite Senate has passed the hill nuthoril the purchase of land for 11 market at the I of Washingtoo-ave.. on Wallabonl Bay. location is practically^niidw.iv between Eastern and Western DiHrieta; owl as ? fa will probably l?e established at thai point largo neighboring population will hevecbea food and increased facilitieo for reaching Ki York, Tlie Duke of Argyll? who is to lend attack on Lord Beaeonsfleld's Eaetcni pal in the House of Lords, has followed the si jot attentively daring the recess, end is (|ii liied to express the Opinions whi( ii inodcr Liberals hold on the slate of Turkey. Ji evident from the terns of hi*. Mticc that will maintain thai the QoTernment is.not a ?h?: up to the spirit of its instructions to 1<< Salisbury, which were as strong as moat L erais would desire. The weak point in t argument (s that it makes no account of t altered circr.iii*?tanc?*s which have 0118081 sil the British Envoy tried to coerce tlie 1'or Tho question has now narrowed ii??lf t?? m traliiy or a Russian .alliance. I hi these poll the Liberals themselves are more hopelesi divided than the Conoei vativ?-.. The police sergeant) ogainot whom Mr. \ S. Andrews has made such a plucky fight? ! been committed for trial in default of Im The case was limply that of brutal and oi rageous treatment of a laboring man by brutal and outrageous policeman. There a little thai was remarkable about that. T one surprising thinK about the affair is th Mr. Andrew*?, being a witness of the issnu instead of exhibiting tbe usual indifference tho average New-Yorker and shirking t! trouble and notoriety of seeking redices, ft lowed the policeman and his victim?for, wi ?ill the consistency of his craft, the offict after knocking the man down three turn*.*? ai kicking him, had promptly arrested him?pi furred complaint against him, and conduct? the preliminary proceedings, and now ims il satisfaction of seeing him locked np. 'This merely doing a citizen's duty, to be sure; bt how many citizens do it T It is very evident that ?i bargain, or what familiarly known OS a "dicker," has bet outdo in the matter of the appointmei of the Insurance Superintendent. The 1 >*?iim nats are. given the nomination of Judj Stnrges for Canal Appraiser, and are ei pected, in return for this, to cast their soli vote for Mr. Smyth for Insurance Soperii tendent, who is to be eonflrmed by the help? (?lose BepubKcanS who have been taken inl the arrangement; The fact that such a bargai has been made renders it likely that it wi succeed, but it is a species ol baiter that I? fleets little credit on all concern? d, ai. we shall bo glad if enough independen men of both parties refuse to be bound bj i to defeat it. Perhaps it is worthy of note ths the Democrats have, as usual, inen outwitte? iu the trade. They get an office which i likely loon to be abolished, and, in return insure another full term of Republican contre in one of th? moot important departments ii iii?* State Government. Got. Packard is an advance on tae c?t.ib Ushed type of oilice-holder?he shows DO dis position to resign, and absolutely refttses t< die. His mive, in dealing with a would-h Mstssin is likely hereafter to disconrogc peo pi?* from asking him to do either of tbe? things. The. attempt was so foolhardy that i could hardly have been the net of a sane man If it was made for political purposes-, it must have been inspired by a reckless frensy next to insanity itself; and if th- re was a plot, il could hardly have had any respectable sup port. 'J he Democrats of Louisiana thorongblj understand the necessity ol keeping the peace, ll i- not likely that they would bsVO pun through the trying ordeal of a double inau? guration without firing a shot oolj to indulge now ?u an :is-:!ssinati()ii which would be fatal lo them. The incident, now that it has turned out t?> be acorcely more than that, has called n :t ?m smosing offer of official courtesies. (luv. Niclioll? sends his police t<? Gov. Pack? ard^ stronghold to arrest the man who ai tempted bis rival's life, but Gov. Packard, probably wishing to give bis own police some? thing to do, refuses to give bun np. This mokes s cii-ds, which can hardly b?* solved till Gov. Nicbolls sets up an assassin ot bis ow u. __________________ ///E LA IEST OREGON DISCLOSURES. The fresh batch <?f Oregon telegrams deci? phered for the Senate Committee on Privileges and Elections by aid of the same M dictionary - " key ?' which unlocked the mystery oi the "Gobble" dispatch, involves llr. Tilden or his ? next friends in a much more serious offense j than any that has heretofore been brought I home to them. Up to yesterday nothing worse i bad been disclosed than scandalous political ? tricks ami certain pecuniary transaction- srbicta I had an evil look yet wen* perhaps susceptible I of a decent explanation. ?Now there is ques? tion of sheer undiagniaed bribery. The ??.i 1 ?.w - ing telegram iioi- 'tilden'?Oregon agent speaks loi itself I Postlakd, Bar. '-'**. W.T. PBLToa, >'??). 18 OrwmtnpPart, Wem Yuri..- tJot? Ul .ii v. iii in-i?-iit-ii i-? un.* i) inir.it. BuM pun hum o Ci iiublictltt eleclnr lu rt ru-in/i- ml ?et Willi 1?, m* t i.it? ?nul Mean I"?.* \nt<* ;m-l in.-viiit li.nililt?. Ii.*i..i>it flOyOOO to in) iii.ll! altS Ku:iiit/.i* lliiillit*:?, W.il!*?t. All- ?\ ??I-. J- 11. B. I'lllili K. To this extraordinary moooogc wooappended I the following still mon* extraordinary p<>-.t ?i ript : " I fully indorse tins. Jiniie-, K. Kelly"'? Mi. Kelly, jilease r? member, being ti Senator of the United State?. The huid i.iMalilv of lin pteposs- aroused uo indignation ut New? I I York; it only produced ? fresh exhibition of ? that cxticine caution in money inallcru winch iiiiiny a ?Democratic statesman thin aeatoa luth MOtM cnu.sc lo lament. Bet? It the answer: gnw-Touu, Nov. 20. .1 il. N. I'.mi.i.k. Poit'rud, thmyni Be ium ??.on ?a ?ii Qeiiium ii.'.-i'i?* cerinicstc t if pan ?mabssNipaasa coil,i,??cut on result mi Lurch, il can lie doer mil in? ri, mu).I. ?slightly, if ii?-?'..-?.?iv. |Niislitii;inir?'_?J Appaien?) thej ?"'> :*"?* seOforcaali in Or (7:011; Patrick declared be woald da nothing without 1 In ready ?money, though he was able to praaniae a little r?duction in the turnia 1 roiiTiami, gar. no. ' W. T. I'KITO?.. >'o 18 Olpmtnp lot I:, ''etc Toil: : Oov oni.ir :.ll ri.-ti* *?!"?':? r ??> int Wl_ issus eastWeals Tin ?any. Tbm s teertA. ?gaputHeaas Uuuatsa n sset? . ate Inlaid t.? Ignora Demoerets1 datons iin.l till vur.in?-y. Itnil Hill? ?I? feat ?u II..11 ?f (?o?? rm.r (h,e enclin- mull be ?mid to reconnue l>ciin*Tat to ?retire npjprttf, lliivt? SB? ployed thtue latryers' edltss ot unjj Republleaa paper a- .le lawyer; fee. ?it.lMr.1. bill hike JftjOOO for He/nth iienn elector : mUA tpAU n..,ncy: caii'i i.'i.la fee :'t.ni Ul? li?. Halls.'?iiriiiiv. Kell* aii.l Bailla??! will .u-i. Oeaa mniiloale >>. m? m. ut. Musi sal yermxjiiy. IN?, rigusture.] This sinus to bare met Mr. lviton's views, for tin- next day (?is we know from the t?-ti many elicited two w.-cks ago) the tnm of | 98,000 -,?,?1* deposited.with Kodntae Brothers iu this city to Mr. Patrick's credit. There isa cfaaam in tin? -torreapontlence liere which leaves a part o? tin- complicated pecuniary transac? tions oi these feu days obeeura. For on Bat urday, the 2d of Deoeaaber, Mr. Mush, the Balean banker, telegraphed to Til!on ?of th<* Liberty Street linn, " Can myriad In* had for subject "nii'ttcr, Needed;-1 ind ?'myriad,'1 he ex? plained, amant $10,000, Tin- answer was, "No funds t?> he had." But on the same day Senat? Kellv telegraphed t?> Pelton, "Can'l "draw tin* eight i deposit Charlea Dimood, No? " 115 Liberty Btn ,1, toordei Bush it Ladd,8a "leiu. Must have il M.lay,"?Monda., being just two days before the date appointed tor the decton to meet ?and cast their votes. The explanation probably is thai 'he n.y hav? ing been deposited t<> the credit of ?Patrn-k, iiinl Patrick baring ?gone to Baa Francisco, Senator Kelly could not ?gH the funds tor use in ?Oregon at the time rei|iiiied. The case however was pressing. He telegraphed ?again 1o Cul. Pelton on ?the 3d, "Have t?? hollow "money on my individual ?raqionaibility, in J "trust you ?an replace it ;" and CoL Peltoa replied, " Ti'letjru?ih Jleiuh/el: /jn tilmitl. You " ?shall he it'?inlnirsed. l>o not lail. All ini " portant. Advise progresa." Here after all was nothing but ? promise. Senator Kelly telegraphed again, this time bom ?the State capital where the rota um aboat i?? be cast: sai.i.m, Oeegsn, Dee. ?">. W. T. l'l.li.'V, A?. 18 lirnntrrcj I'nrk, St ./? Vorl. : Cin't yn11 depoail ?the eight, Charle* ?Dtamaa, nr_ .1 r 1? - ?>r?t?r Ladd? iiii?ii. siii.ni 1 ( ?in'i _??! nii.i!'.? notai muai Bars It Wed.lay? IslBarapbus -?.:i?-i?_. Vlsrwtn not f.ul. In.? TKINAI.. The iKxt day Col. Pelton arranged the ?tele? graphic ?traaafer of 98,000 to Ladd & Baafa in the i-xii'aoidiiii'iil.v roundabout way which baa already l?e? u deacribed in the coarse of the investigation, and the following is the dispatch iu ?thick be aaaoaoeed his ?action: San 1 :: *..??' i?< ?>, Dae. ('?? Hon. J v m ? <? K. Ki.'i.y: Tlie eight depesHed as .Inc. tiii tblsu-ornluc t*et no teclutirniiiii pr?tent ?ein nittij. i*??c i.iiir iii-cteiinii. |Xi> signatura.] On the same day the following message ?'already .published) was -?? ?it hy I'ittrick to the Senator who idled hi? place with so niii?*h /<*al : .* is l'i, is ;100, !>?? . i-.. 1?7?!. Hon. J. K. KKi.t.Y, Oregon 1 Headfjaarten lela ?*r:i|ili ?ne luv n ?:".? -' . i'iiti'. ?I n* first BSfttfS?, Will in lks tnmafer to-morrow, will programme be smiled suit answer. I* ?thick. It then hud 1.g an) "reasonable doubt as to the parpoee foi which?the money was re? quired, this la-t telegram might have set. it at. rest. Mr. Patrick expressly declares that his Brat requeat ?has been granted, and we think In* math? his ?first request toh rably explicit, Indeed, if the money was not ft? he used for corrnpt purposes, we can see no r?';isi>n for the intense anxiety of the Tilden ageatt to have the hard cash in band before the fust Wednee d.iy in December, The price of Cronin ac co,ints for only a fraction of I ho draft, and tin* lawyers, if there were any to lie paid, Could certainly w.iit for tin? ariival of tin* money deposited with Ronntxe Brothers. Why then was "the programme*1 not carried out ? It may he ('?.it Patrick was entirely mis? taken in supposing that one of tin- Repablicao electors could 1m? bought I H may hit that at tin- late hoar when Senator Kelly obtained the fonda the attempt could not safely he made. Or ?I may be, alter all, tint the ^"?.(?OO which Patrick offered t? "take" for a Republican elector was in addition to the $8,000 divided ?among Cronin ami other helpers, ?nul that Col. Pelton was t'?o cautious to make, the trade. These pointa may possibly Ik- ?denied up before the committee concludes the investi? gation. So tai it is established that the Tilden? managen wen? iu ?negotiation for the out-and out purchase of an ?Oregon elector, and that Mr. Tilden'a nephew and confidential agent in tins city (a member of his Immediate family, bring in the same boUM with him, rep reaenting him in all political Buttera, ami in daily and hourly consultation grift him) agreed to pay the i -ire demanded, atnl some? thing more, if ?the bargain could I?? nade ''contingent on the reaull in March,1* Next WO beg have to call th.- attention of the Senat?' of the United States to (lit- part ?which Mr. Kellv playa m this transaction. If he was not actually the a_.ent in an attempt at bribery he was at leas! the deliberate in doraer of a propoaal to "huyan elector." Yet when he was questioned by the committee ?boat this very dupatch he declared that it was nothing but a request that the Demo? cratic National Committee should send $10,000 t.? Oregon to pay any legal expenses which might lu. Incurred in connection with tin? Watts cii-e, "and it was also mentioned in "Hie dispatch" (we ?qnote from the A-M,eiated Ties, report of his testinioii.v) "that any money "not m.?led would 1??* returned to tie- ?com "inittee.'' "He never heard the unlawful u.se "of money in connection with this ,;,s,. Unu "tioned, and he never had an idea tint any "money would he _aed ?improperly in eonoeC "tion with it;* All whi.h mahea very pretty reading now*. 80 BR TlTlllll: OBEGOB DETA ILA. 'I he Oregon evidence has eon? by plot? meal, and very few have walchtd it s?'i closely ?is t.? appreciate it? force, u h by fer the most damaging evidence yet ?produced u? the cms.' of Mi. '| ihleu. 'i'li,. ?foret ,,f t|M. ,..,_,,. ?s that Mr. Tihhn's friends have attempted several explanations which, at hmt, art; proved to be wholly falaa bj their awn tel? egrama, .-suiiie ol these wen? m cipher, and lor a time were tinintelli^ihlf. Hut a linn in Detroit, which hare bad many dealings in mining ?stocka with Pat? rick, Mi. Tilden's sectet agent in ?Oregon, have (?Moveieit that tin- toloaiailH uie in the very cipher which they aaed with him, and, having h.?n compelled to testily aadm oath, hav. revealed to the Senate Committee the ?Batan <?f the Cipher? so that all the di-patche? have heen tnadatad. The fainoin* disjutch to Mr? Tilden himwlf.llglUld " ?obble," und iLittd J Portland, Dec, 1, find utti ?tod their at:, utioii ! to tho MS of this cipher, and o tr.uisl.'.tinn of th.it dispatch in 'The Detroit Tr'Anotc cans-d them U? Ix* Hiiintnoiu d as witiu--.se-.. Tl ? re.-t of the story the dispatch? s themselves t< 11 only too plainly. Of these we lmvc already given in the ton-going article the most important. It is worth v.hih', however, to set down some other-*, which complete and round out the stoiy. On the Hth of November Messrs. S. S. Cox and W. '!'. IVltoii. the latter Gov. Tilden's nephew- and c?>nl'ideiilial agOttti living iu hi? hoiiHc. telegraphed to th?- Hon. Ladayctte Lene, arging Ua to no to 1'ort land. On the 10th Mr. liewilt, chairman Of the Democratic Committee, telegraphed to Gov. Graver, nggeettog that bo "be careful " that the count i" honest," because Oregon might dedds the result. On the l~?t!i he tele? graphed to Bimotor K?-lly that the Governor should giro a certiticale to Cioniii, and Mr. Thompson of Ohio also telegraphed that the (???ttilicalcshouhl not be iii ven to Watts. On the 17th a significant I eleg? om went boa Mr. Hewitt to Senator Kelly, who had Storied eastward and who was tamed bock from Son Francisco, Mr. Hewitt -saying: "Circumstances require "your iiiiiiicdinU! return to Oregon to consult " Coveiiior." On the l'.?th Mr. Peltoo leJe grapbed George !.. Miller, at Omaha; to go direct to Boleas, where letters ami toiegrouis would meet him. Mr. Miller replied the same day that he would "send a better man Bnt " lrain," and again, that the man would "reach "destination Saturday morning. Will this bo "in time'/'' Again, on the 25th, Miller tele? graphed (iov. Grever to "delay action1' be? cause a nan Would in rive on Monday, anil then, on the 27th, sent this very instructive dis p,il< h : Omaha, War. .'7, 1S70. w. T. I'h.ton, go 11 Bramtrgg I'urk. v. i. .* Da what* ?versar Mead ??k? ptamptij saasttiMMnitlf.ftiMnS-a, whii'li you will lit'itr fiiini. OaOaOS I. Mil i.i ((. What was the reply 1 Evidently th? follow? ing, from New-York, Nov. 21: j. ii. S. i*a i hick, siilem, Oregon: Berrera jeme patata it t i.i i hasarda OMaauialeats allfc sis baowdlnlclr? si* im: ptompmtfht. l?,vt?. Whether "Davis" stands for IMton or Til den, nobody will care. And now comes the fatal telegram, sent in cipher, and translated only on Wednesday, Wo have printed it above, but as n fitting close to the series just quoted, we invite attention to it again: Pom i tan, Bex. so, i*o> w. T. Pateos, Bo, IS fhwmere*) Park, Pete Turk: Got? Titic.it.- will bt leeaerl le mm Detnorrst. Mint pmrohmm a BrpmNtOOn elector to neoQni2e und art in tli ?tMnttWt, mm ? i.i* vote aad prereal tnabte. l>?*?." nil 010,000 tu :?y it. tilt with Kuiiul/.i- Dim., Wall ?I. An-w. i*. .1 Ii N. l'ATltlCK. I fully ladOlSS lliii?.?JiMK? K. Kai i ?. The net of the correspondence we have carefully traced above in Ihe previous ai title. I( only remains to note that after the tinal "eight" was deposiicd as di? rected, followed dispalches from .lame-: I). Fay to (?ov. Graver, saying; "Von "huvo saved the Republic," and from Coree to Polten, saying, MGlety to God," and from Hewitt to Judge Strong at Salcm, saying that "Tilden has IS."?," and from Hewitt to Bellinger saying that lie must "-.--e that every "point is covered," and from Gov. Graver to PeterDonohue, New-Yotk, expressing "thanks " for congratulations.'' What more, is needed t(? make this foul frond apparent to tlie dullest coinp'ilieii.-ioii ? The money waa sent to buy a Republican elector. For some reason, tin. elector declined to bo bought, but the virtuous Crania and Others oboorbed the money. Yet the object, clearly stated in two dispatches to Gov. Hi den's nephew, ?it Gov. Tilden's own house, WM to " purchase one Republican elector to rcc " ognize Democrat and secure the vote and pre " vent trouble," For that purpose money was deposited, as originally asked by Patrick, with Rountae Rrothe?, and, as afterward asked by Kelly, with Challes Dituond, though onl.v one remittance of "eight" was used. How many people at No. 18 Gmmercy Pork knew oi this transaction1 Wo only know that the very cipher used in explaining the plan was also need in a di?patch direct to Gov, Tilden, which experts swear was in th?' handwriting .?f Patrick. Is it gniel or a dream .' i- it Pel ion that we doubt 1 Are things what, they seem, or is visions about 1 bour civilisation a failure 1 Or ia tbe Caucasian played out! iMi'i-.it ?t LOGAN I Tilden is lost. So much seems certain. Par? tisanship has been altogether too much for him. Jlis success has depended from the very tust apon the possibility of banishing partisan? ship from the content. It could not be done. Every effort to secure a non-part isaii view of the siluation lias failed. Ihe votes of the precincts where partisanship was sncceaafnlly (pulled by the extermination oi 'partisans were thrown out by partisan Returning Hoards, the members of which refused the most brilliant ofl'ers to lay aside partisanship and take a non-partisan view. At every point the efforts of the non-part ?sans have been defeated ; 01 0TJ move, whether by persuasion, intimidation, or purchase, bos been blocked. Even in the last resort, the organisation of the Electoral Com? mission, partisanship has triumphed and Tilden and Refom have, been, ii we may be pardoned ihe expression, "knocked higher than a kite." The Opponents of partisanship and friends of Reform have in the most remarkable way been foiled ?it t:\( IV turn. Then must have been (h -.i^'ii in ?ill this. \V?! solemnly believe there vas ?i conspiracy?a conspiracy all Ihe way through, but especially in the organization of th?* Commission. That eonopiioc] ought to be unearthed, exposed, brought to li^ht. We be? lieve it can be. Bowl Impoath .lohn A. Logos .' Liataal .lohn A. Logan is the Head Center, the Hub, the Kin*.' Pin, the Main Spring, Mo? gul, and Mugwump of the final plot l>.\ whiclf partisanship was InotaRcd in the Commission. When the bill creating the Commiuson was ander diaeaashm, tho only qaoation in tho minds of Mr. Tilden's friends WOO whether il could be organised on ?i thoroughly non-parti? Kan basis by the selection as litth Judge and fifteenth Ctanniisnionei of a non-partiaan who could be depended on to vole for Tilden. BeHevllg thai this had been securely provided for, and that Judge David I ?avis would surely be the non-partisin lilth and fifteenth who could be depended on every lime, tlie friendn of Hi form chcrrliilly sup? ported tho bill and canied it through the Ibuisc. Mark now the tracks of the con? spirator and the enfolding of the conspiracy. John A. Logan was candidato befan the Illi? nois Loglalslsuo for refileetkm to the United Stales ?Senate. Several ballot? had been taken, and he lacked but three or four voU**s of a ma joiity. Logan in subtle, deep. Of eourse he could have had those votes at any moment. He knew it, but lie was playing f??r larger stak?*?. What did thi? wily conspirator do y Waited till the occa-iou was absolutely ye-tlow with ripeness, and then, while the ?country wondered and the friends of Reform stood aghast at the unu-ual spectacle? with 'drew! TI1?8 was grand strategy. He was never befOM known to withdraw. What could j if meant The Country had not long to wait for the further and final development of the plot. Judge David Pavis was ?letted to the Senate, and there were only two thoroughly lion-partisan judges left upon the Ih-iicIi who eonld be di pended npou for Tilden. The ob? ject which the friends of Iteform had in view in creating the (.'?Immission was defeated, and partisanship mied iho hour. It will -?hortly tollow, in the natural course of events, that Logan will either be appointed Secretary of Stile or Judge of the Supreme Court. These are the simple facts in the ease, and in vi,*\v of them we say, Impeach I.ogan! it is too late to save Tihh-n, but not too late to show up the conspiracy by which the Com? mission has been made a partisan tribunal. The Meada of lieform have the satisfaction, of course, of c.diing tho fifth judge "Joe" Bradley, but that after all must to any thoughtful p?'rsoii seem inadequate. It would be more consoling to impeach I,ogan. It may be said, to Im sure, that the law does not provide for the process of impeachment in the ease. Never mind that. As President (?rant Sold when he nominated ?in Ineligible ?can? didate for Secretary of the Treasury, "(.'hange the law." We sugg?-st impeach meiit because that 8e<*ms to lie the fovte of the friends of lie form. When we con-id? r their success in impeaching Ib-lknap and the certainty that they will in a few days Impeach tirant, we fill that it is no answer to the demand for Logan's impeachment that he is not liable lo the process. Let the Reformers lx-ar in mind the noble example of the physi? cian whose practice it ?as always to get his patients into fits, because that Wits his specialty. Impeachment ia undeniably the "best hold" of the Reformers Let them make Logan liable, and then, in the absurd yet forcible slang of the Street? "go for him bald-headed." IP UPARES! The fr.tin is coming to a stop a little too last. Wo an- not SO near destruction as the sadden and extreme economy which now sends ajar through every depart ment of business would indicate. It is true that we had, a long time OgO, S OOOtly war, and that the bill lor it has just been sent in for payment ; it is true that the country has been for some time in the condition of the luckless hemiman who galloped along curving his head loosely und.-r his arm, not at all sure either that it was the light head afier all ; it is true, also, that society indulged in purple and fine linen, and fed too gros-ly for S while. The patient needs bleeding. Hut be should not be bled to death. Metaphor asid", we would suggest to heads of establishments ami households that muofa ol the present dopiresion is due to unneceo BOiy fright on their part, A panic in busi? ness acts precisely ?is it does iu a burning the? ater?everybody looks out fur himself! Jlut in money matters the devil (?itches not only the hindmost, but the whole Hying crowd. A woolen manufacturer with plenty of money to spend in his pocket chooses lo store it away in a stocking or in foreign securities, and lessens Ma order on hla grocer one-half; the grocer, under the pressure, buys half the amount Of beef from tho butcher, tho butcher cannot pay his cobbler, the cobbler shuts up ??hop and takes to begging, and the conse? quence is that neither cobbler, butcher, nor grocer will buy tho (Mis which heretofore came from the manufacturer's mill. So the work of ruin goes found and round redupli? cated a million times, and whoever starts such a ball of gathering want O-roIling will be crushed under it at last himself. It is quite timo WO should look upon the blighter side of this darkening picture. No other country could stand the tremendous moral and material strain mide opon ours the lost year. Hut no other country is so rich in the variety and raetnoM of renounce, u??r, we may add, in the practical sound 00000 and sound temper of her people. Half tlie danger to the mass arises from the irrational terror of individuals, and their stilish desire to hoard their small gains for future emergeneieo. There Is no surer way to make those gains smaller or to bring the e-ntci gentries nearer. Economy, as we urged before,.iu reason is nsefnl. But the pceeent extreme measures for saving the country remind ns of the old stoiy of t?a* Irish carter who was told to Lad bis horse to a precipice and dump the load. Pat posited horse, cart, and all OTO?. "Faix!" he said, "it doe? the Job completely, but it's "haul on the bautet" LIFE IN8UBANC? INVESTIGATIONS. The prominent nature in the mismanaged affairs of the Security, th? Continent.il, and tbe New-Jersey Mutual life insurance compa? nies is that the funds and securities \v?*ie handled a> If they were the private property of the officers in charge* Misreprcoentation ?and falsehood are alleged in ?ill of these cases; in the first of them, fraud ami perjury are charged, and it ia yet an open question whether the second of them may not fall in the same category. Loosenees of management and ex? travagance have also characterized these com? panies. Reviewing the facts as for as ascer? tained, it is clearly evident I hat the officers were unlit for their trusts. The question tiat in ally arises whether there i? not sonic radical defect in a system by which untrustworthy men can obtain control of such large amounts of money and securities. The opponents of state supervision claim thai the -Superintend? ent's certificate of soundness laya the founda? tion for these fais?- truste. They soy that without ihe approval of a state Deportment, each company WOUld have to rest on its own merits. The public, it is supposed, is lulled into a mista Iren BOOM of security by the broad seal of ihe department Without Mich certifi? cation, it is asserted, every man would inquire, before paying money for a life insurance, whether th?* men be was about t?? tragt were really trustworthy. Mindful of the fact that trustees of such ooneorno too often perform their duties iu a pt-rfurn lory way and with little careful examination, he would inoiiite particularly into the character of the oAeen? the president, the treasurer, the secretary. Net till he felt assured that they could be relied upon for honesty and good management would lie risk his money in their hands. With ??very new failure in life insurance this question is started afresh, but whether the number of pecaoua who think Blata supervision a mistake increases, we have no means of judging^ To sweep away that supervision might prove a dangerous experiment. A mer? chant, before he sell? a bill of goods on lime, makes particular inquiry as to the solvency of the buyer. If life insurance were only oftoitxl for sale to merchant*, they could and would make all due inquiries before buying it? Hut the life insurance canvasser canica his wares into every nook and corner of the land. Not one man in ten of tlioso who take life-policies ia capable or haa the means of ase? rtaiiun? whether a cotu^auy is solvent or its officers hoiiod. Tlio question then ?s whether ji _ witoi to withdraw from nine men out of __ the service? of the Slate in Mich iiiqiiuj,... 2 caani the tenth man dots not n?.,j ?\' Nevertheless thin question will TTnntaatlj ||L till State Departments attain the higheat ingZ silih* level of clliciency. There are two possihilities of defect in ( State Department of Insurance : Yh?t, .?.^ will not do the lient that is possil.le with th means at its roiiiinnnd ; second, that it l?e hood winked. Certainly it \m lt()t ]pt*J_ doing its best in pant years, when . compi? la the condition of the S.iuiity eoaU M certificate that it was solvent, it neem* a f an examination iiiijrht have Im en I|I1W)? ?^ would have, revealed MBfUfcggf fhitcoi pany's roll, uncus loin; ago. Falso ?tnte?uta? were indee?l ma?le to the Deiwrtmcni, |.?t p^x. not olear that I he I lepar? ment could riot hay* K??ne in hind th?in. The hoodwinking piamm it very much fiwilii.iUd by the kaowhdp tha at a certain time the Superintendent vrill b?-gin his u searches. In weak concern??, everyttin is duly prepared for him shortly Uforehanll A quantity of securitie? is borrowed for -I.? ?Mtasioii. There wan an instance. !;..,t y(Ar where the same secuiitit*. tlid iluty fg (/?. n^.f. of two companies. After the namfcaen had tinishttl examining one concern, th? seciuitie? were taken over to the other one and the gMMenger that carried them bJi a hard race to net thorn into tlie ?hunda of tho ?second one liefere the examiners arrived. The businesw of U>r. rowing securities to pas? examination has long since lost the charm of novelty. Hrokers are said to I??* employed in it, ?neefviag a n?.r. centa_re a? if it were an ordin?r? bm_Mn liiiiisaction. ?Bat When anything of this ?sort is s'l-pt ili d, it would 1m: very easy for t)\? Superintendent to ascertain the facts. He ion make his examinations at any time, ami ,,? often aa he pleases. If, two or three weeks ?after the yearly ex.-iiniiiatiou is over, he should suddenly come upon a ?uspcett d company and begin his (?iterations over again, he caaM?ajm find out whether the concern really owned th?? securities that had figured in it? aminal ?tatu ment. Two or three examples of the soit during the year would put a stop to the daagatoui buaiwia of hmrawlag seemftka sine?; it COUld only he p? rfornied at th<- risk of detection in jntrjotf. If a company slumld appear sound and honest on re?xaminsboa, the prwess would r??doiuiil to its credit, and nobody would he harmed. F K H SO AAL. Rear-Admiral John Bedgaia, Baperiatsadml ef tlie N.ival Ai'wleray at Annapolis, la SBSMS?B] fro? Ins recent liiii:-.?.-. Mr. John M. Barclay says he has not r*-****, rclvcd -ji.".0,(MM) a? profit upon Mi " III.'.-??! :" hl* 0SX havs not amounted to Siore ihan h dt that sura. Prof. Young has not yet decided to go to Princeton a? Professor of AMroiioiny : he i?ivc? h._ flntl answer March 1. Dartmouth very much dislike? t Ion linn. The citizens of .Sa?*o, Me., are ?misiag funds for a portrait of tho lats tubf* tikhu lhs|SUr, t-> ?*? plaeod in the <"lty Hall. Judge ?.li.yley ??<,? m un? tinef a resident of Hie city. Hint fur a long while ?.... a member o? Urn York Count) bar. Crawford's statue of C!:iy, now in Capitol square, l'ichmond, In a sort of little temple limit for It? profctlou, is to lie removed to one of the niche* ti. th? rent'Rl quadrangle of the ("apff??l, where the Ntatue of W .. -liiiii_;toii and it 1'iist of Lata.r.-t ts are to l?e ?eeti. Jane Leitch Wilson, a very old lady, who died latily in All.iiiiy, was :i niece of M^or Andrew Kelteh, who, previous *.o the Revolutionary ?ar, VSS an exten..!ve shipper and plinter in Viryt'iia. I.ut who. aspBMSBg the common eau*.??, br?ame ta ?.lor. and moa killed at Harlem Pliiliif,, 1771? W**btin_fjU XU f'llnl of t.ic Mai?.!-, mid next .lav .?r.l.ri ?1 the i .noie mil ..jiiiii.r ttgO to is? *' Isitch "?" Virginia." Mrs. 1-iissell Stchhins, WfTtT-lffg to a wiiter In The Independent, Is vrronc in ?.'?line that there maa any enmity i?.'tween Pr. OrlsnoM ?in.I Poe, anil ti.it Ii ?ili had :i romantic Attachment t?) the ?sine woman. I'.nt there art-?iinnuli of i??i-??.u?s, who knew all the par? ties concerned. fttH ttrtagta tliU eitv, la confirm th? fiait lui nt of Mr-, -Mel.bins. Dr. Ornwold was .1 man of intenso likesant dislikes, and withal very SBpsMsBS I? hi.? moods. ThSSSWhS knew him intimately u< re fully aware of his fi-e'in^ toward Pi?e, and also t!i it it w,i? temporarily ri'tiinieil by the hitler. The " atia? liaient*' was well known at the time: but. In t???th cas-., it vea.? a iniii'.'iii.ir t.t .?.vct.-il irtcti.lshlp an?l litera;? ??i.^tiusiu-iii which BOTST affecie.l the nur lame .?f the 1:'<1. ? Whether at treck or at Ideare in his ?-tiidy, Mr. .lames RasssU Lowell t-ccuplc? a broad easy chair stand line midway between the table aud the t!r?> pbkte, which holds bl.tsiiig l.?i_s. In till? chair he ba? i'.oue mo. f of Ills wrliuiK, bis only desk l.eiinc a stiff pice? of piiHfelN.nrd, conveniently IBSUngBB his ktiee. One of the snriMttlSS which Ml. Lowell't. study SSOSBSBS ii ? pair?9f silver sleeve-batten.*?, asSI lnrtit?lied BIBSSSl mt?0 Uaekasssb which sPsaaanasvBSB N Bs?ssl iiurns. Mr. Lowell it fond of tn-ea hii?1 llowers, and often w.'tki ssunjibnd ?Bslsaa an_i?r ,.:-..i a ?saiasMan^ nstss ritiinK ?asa ho ?;in walk. Me i* la BBBSSBBBl health, i.nd look-iiiniilv, ro'i-jst. aii'l ei.-.t. !!?? may simctiii. ?.? t?o ..,?11 m blink wiiin ?v.'iiiii.r iralklBs k-Uure?i thru -rli i im l?iid_?' iii'i:?nii;iif.irc? vith not i-v.-u the tflicst of aa overoani en**eio|?ln4 kin, Gen. W. Ct. Harding of TauMMOl *_iys tiiat on one sasasloa, vtaMaa Qsn. Ju-k-on, k* iu?keii tu? uritrfoid ?oi.iier in the sentes et cenvtr-aUsB-ttsssa met? were ever fr.?fh'eiii?t!. iidtlniKi "The wurM, *?nd .'.?litiially those wito know you be-t, BBBSr? yu MUiu'k cnaragoastmleafstaawa" Oee. IttknesssMs?i "it that be 8o, f*ir, I would say tiiat I have bun an badly Mghteaai ?s an) man sngai swas Is ba. it naa ttp, when I foiliiht the duel Srltl Mr. I)icWie?ou. In the tir?t pi m ???, Mr, I had BO niikil.'tl InMug apatnst Mr. MBjBSSB) ?nul iiii.ii-pi'siiioti lo liijuie a hair of his he-Mi. I l??_a gone SB Tar SB SSI hono-.a'?!.- man ? m?d ?t to avoid th? difficulty with Dickinson; he h?d not loured me. aad thcrrfore I had BSgroBMl of SSSSI laint IgslaSl btitl t?f .juin-ci had been iriti hi? ttthm --?n-iaw, caLBnrta i Knew Msklassa to ba a brave, boaai ?si '?? fo*Ak aas* *ni tin? bent ?hot w?h th? pistol I ST8S UP far b?*ti. r thai invKclf. for 1 was tu-ver an SKSSS1 Wtih that weapon. I l.new tiiat he c.t'ld -'loot .iiiuker o*.d trwf than I eoull I therefore wi-nt BpSO the BSBSBSl expectmg to b? killed, and I owe the BSSSCffVaHsa of my life "? that ?seeaassi to the Cashlsai of the day, for i wore acoii w?h lelHngeellaf sai rsiy M srsssl d; ?bat, forinnatcly for :ue, Sir, I w is orii.inU-1 witb ? ntf ?sarrauehest. DtsfetBssa'sban?tiasferssjn''?rUmua> ter eft!.y c?a', .?ml, wl.ile it scia*.??d the brcaet-boue, II il.d not ? nier the favlty of the el M ?t. In SB in-t:Mit, ?n ilni lia TiaiiiaashiB that i ?as pstaagssssrlaltF aaaaisfc ?m.I ii|>oii ttie inip-alse of the BMSNBt, 1 Hr? 4 and inr tMt lagt-nlst Mi sai no event nt ley MtA, ?*?".;. use I sa (ratted SB linieli. My determina'.;.?n '.??!?'??? und BSSU Titkiti?. pOSUlBB ?as to .'.!?.a,ir_r,' mv |?is',?l In the air, bul be?;aiise I fei: the ctTii! of blS ?li-?t I fir? 1 at bita, J "?J !;. re, a?, let ? -'i't that I'n ?WBTld IMS ***** IBS SfSSl i .i i-tic.?, for I am . h*ir_e.l with liaviin: br-iiLlit en the ?iiilicnlty, iti'.d ?? Uli _BVl_a fixiil IhS 1-tJBS SB as to re* ?.-? .?? :ny tlr.' .iml ,i?!\ one* : ai ?1 it e! iilias nie ?? ItS ''*?* Inu attv.iir.'etl ujiou UtekliMon mud sii.it liiu. mbnm I *a* Mi'l.ii; a fCW fiat Ol IliUI al! o? vhlcfe 1? I i '.??'? IU. I llie.liiist.-intlv after re? eiviti',' his shot, nul lif B WSJ pe ?icon : :in,l mekinan .?i.hi.1 in hi? poaltUW -:..! SHStf BIT lit?? like a brav" in m M be ???." I'OLIIU'AL AU IKS. n\t. D. D. Field illicit liftvt. hr.il hcrter lut-k wl;h i.i? latent arttat -?? if hs h.i.lex.iiiiiue.l luui in FlSBB? Mr. I). I), l'icld uiik.ht have had txtter luck with hi? late?t WttBSBS u he li_d BBSSBSBSSl h\ui i* rreiich. Certainly he wo.il.i ?laud better with th* pt ,?>le If ho could ouly get the aaUSVafSSi t0 090A hmisitif hi ?ohsatav. Thl people of OltfOB ?tie not di?|?twe?l to M very hlliuioiu ovi r ?tiov. (irov.r, BStB iilutai? iBf tbs liuuT ks ha* saal saasitfeal >ute. tto Kn?n? Usa ?yaf?u ?ay Ihow wat u?> eiitln'.s?H.?m or deiiiun.tratlou on iheoe* >?-.. .??'i . I 111? ntnru 1'uiac. The tme-Htded " Indc|M?ndents" who were ? aii-tViMt? U? Luve Mr. BaSBS Mille tl.ts little ih?i:.-j- by t?.kt?|t 0 pli*o* In rSSSMaal lllden? SBMBSSi ?r?* no* very bu?y ?civiii?,' ?slvu-e-? to the eomponiliou of Vnmlr dent llit-,.-?'? labiuot. t-ooio mon revulvo on tUoir a?a? TirtT i*.?pWly. The Hon. Stanley Mstthew?, t^ H.m I?0 rtoto Dviforl, ami the Hon. Oc-orgc W. M. Ilaii?. ars 1 illtnd of for tl.? Q?>itii'!?ti?.u f ?r Uo**eruor of Ohio. Siulge Mfttthc?? hot alM K've?! BaMBS of Oi tn? iittou to ?uuW?t Um ?tout ?it tit* bouiulliig l_.___.i-tf twin tin UA