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ViTUr'i ?S|xvific for tit-rine and kitlnty
?tlii, ase?, iii ... i .'-'. !?aw ia 's list.
Paii.v TaiBVMtt. Mail Sunscntx-r-s. ftlOner saaata.
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Utr.iiiY i hi hi KB Mavi fiu!?i*cr li?is, $_: per ?i.'.nuiu.
Terms cae.t 'u ad v actor.
atitlress. ITik Trtinrva New-York.
Prrtrmt un/tM. to obtain Thk I iiiinvv in SBf M tV
ffote?. boctr, or kttcU ?n t??n<a?l i? uMtnlli/ roll}, it i" fil?
ler a 'mu' bu sBa-aW-sias lAi? iif?if? of Ihr ci?cu?iff_nr*?.
Tiik WiKiii T TitiEi'.VK will Ik? reinlv His n:?>v:iin.?
St 8 o'clock in wrivi'is'TS for niailmir. I'rne B Bents,
Da town art?srn_sr? esn issts their tavors tor '1 HI Ti.im Mt
si l.-hS iir?j_i!'?i?v esv. 3'M m.. 11 aus W.-34-st. ct.r.8tbava
FOUNDED BY HORACE QREELEY.
WEDNESDAY, JULT is. 1ST?.
TUB MAVs 'I IIis ROBBING,
tfomt '? i. ! t !' ' ?? "iBelal reri'irt elahns thai
OSB-Gesil- '- :?n:iv liaa? ?le?? Ht? tl tin- 1 m k* smith i.f
tlie !;.,!',,n .. 1 lie Roumaniao snuj v?i!l not
saaaaaa tl.UenaiTe,: - -- llussian obtbIi. sis *rita
iii 19 miles of h'listehtik. _-___Ths Hosaaof Ceut
m. nabaa i_sapprore- id ?.neuf Lord Bea. >iuifield'a
ni.i?oi'.!tni":ii?. Pi vat?- Jaatesssa won n,?
Queeu'a l*rise :u Wimltledoo,
l).,vi".?ii, . In tiie Cabinet, jesterday,aaunder?
Bt-iii,ii,ig was aruveii ?it taal Uta Presulent'i I iril
Servi.e "?'l'i i.si o beearried sol wltboul exceptions.
G Cannao <>f New?Jeiaer baa b?
TMiiiiteil einet (.'lerk of las A_iieiilii i_l D par!
BBS?V Tbs ssrikess ??t atartinsbursr, \v.
\ .i.. mil tii.-?l on a train and ?ut
tlio ci'ii|'l;n_-i, mid tin? trOOBS retiiinil tin
fire, k?i:iii{ mm sad aeaadlag ssveral.-.,
Hal tri;?l of lli'ik Siil?eiiii(.?nilel!t Ellis ?lu
beain t" 'i iv at Baratoca. ' bief Just ice Jobb
F. Baaborn uf Csaads di I si Aabu j P? rit, N..J.
_ rol . . :
. in referenoe to the condition of t'. I
LifeInsnranre Compa j. I nc run en t?le St?
Louis l?:n:k? mi? eeusetl. !'!:,? llavrlii' .
Baviaas Bank baa i?"?'n enjoined from tloini_ bn lineas.
Cm AM> M 11 l.l'.vv ll-Miy J. |'i;i'?r r. -
aisws In- Bianaaemaul of tbe Charter i?.ik Com?
BSBBJ-, i i.iif-' a of roii-ieriey an I lri.il
aro maile in tin? ?-l.i'iiill.'.i??. ?tut S**aiBSI the
linivi r.-.il. I.. Dluiagar! A I o. tsiled, wlt_
lialnlii.e? of over 9-00.000, I BBTefS tliun
?sBr-etJaTaa eaassd eos death ainl cm,
i bin S-UB-sfs to psaBjurtj Tbe QUbart 1^1?
f Tatisj Railway aril] iaaacdiatelj eonstruel inches in
Fixth- r..-. Peter V..u Karen, s letter
died ol vt:, i! vT.i? n? ,- rte.l to l?e . lmlera. - There
vt.ut ssssetiai ;?t I'rie.ini >..r for j?!?u ?
the A'neri'rvti Team. Egypt, Pride of the
VUlaUSB, Ztx?-/.(?<? ami II.it ne Y. area the
Loaf Urn. ?. lid 105-s, 100-Vti 108?-a,
Golil vniue ot the legal tender dollar at theetoaa,
t> 1 "lO cents Mock? act.vt und higher, closiii?, buoy?
ant.
Tin: V.'r vTttrit.- I nu.'m lees] "l.-ervatioiiH in?
dicate cooler and partly cloudy weither. T-MU-MUa? j
itcr v.?t?-t'!.iv, ?'.? ,76?. 73 .
-
Pccrctniv Knut-,*? dIspatfah-lM-titw eotttea I
back f?t.m Mex-oo aa t-tthttstaatie D?as duul
Bss_-tpS alii?- r.uiv li.ivt' Kinii" i ft?et in \V;i>li
iiiL'ton, but Mr. hvauts kiiulK-s with ?li-lilui.i
tioii.
a?
Tiie persatial relution? of ?hlteaaad blacks
111 til?' S..Util. ?>'it.?i'lc ?>1 Jiollti? s, foflTD the sub?
ject of a Staff corro?;) un1.?-?it'? latter OB aiiolli?'!
paga, Tli?- letter pitMaats n. ? tKtvpaet kIhii??*,
tin- fruit-? of p\(eii<l?'?l i?ir?niiiil ????si'i'vati??ii,
ami oiiL'li! f.? co: ret aoina of tha nisconaep?
lioiis proTaiMng on both sides at the Noith, rc
PlX'cliii-' tin- lniintr slaves and tlieit ?tntiiei
?tatttera,
This asse <>f Tbomai K?-ilv will pnsslfl the
nrde:jt !>? li? vers in tlit- dot?! r? ut ell? it? of bnitr
seiitfix'es He is a l"?y of fiftees win? has just
coiif? s?i-,1 hi-* share ia a td'.it to throw a long
tiain <'fl" the track of "i'?- ?-I the Long Island
roads, in onler to kill a certain nttroboi of
ptM-aeagers, whose dead bodies might thoa be j
roblved! And ta?ayOSTOg vulain's father ?8 serv- i
ISS. OSd a life ?inteiiee for 'tin: .1er! ThoTCSlDg
cum o??!ii?'H hi.iiKstly by hi,? ??cviii.sli diht>ositiiiii. |
The Civil Bei fMe oiibi r?: (j -ii i i ntc ofBeers tu !
ni.?; iin tioin poHt. a irai sa awkward effort lo
roach aa excel!-?? ets?. Wl?? Umur the di limlty '
in wli!i!i it bas ?i'?v: ibjsIj inv ,lv*-<l the Admin? !
isti'aii'.ii i- bist m? bv idhcrins rlgid'rtO-he
letter of it. is MS entirely clear. What i-1 tnt-Ur
is, that it is la-rt? r not to Btaks ptocia ..
in advan ?? of w?>iiderliil p-ioihis, which y-m
ate DO. -lire fOSJ cvi slick to. ? Mr. Litacln
coiniilaiii? d once Unit sosas of his generals
"piocianiit? d " tOO niii'li. Mi'. Iliyis i.? in a
fair way ioi ?.ecisinn to renew the eonij.laiiit.
"So C.'iiiti.' ??O. 9 Will lise Opto ?-(iiistiiin
the wind ? in >' ' ?!'"ri of Castoru
Ilouw ( ..niiiii.? ?..u No. i rhe n ????ininendu
tar>n of istck a i.V'l gradini ol salains ;*s ;,ic
-v,.ils in tiie Was?iiii^tot? l>?|..ntiiieiil.- vvil: baldly
r?'? diat?.it? d bj an? one. Tin prisent ,-v-tt m
i Custoin-ljf.iis.- salan?.s is ??nipiy no SJstS?
? ? all, and nwker, favoi'ili.sm, political and
stheiwi-e. inevitable. The remaining ts>
B._niiMndatio!is for the excl'ision Ir??ni tin
att-itoiii-lb'tf^ of any brokers who Btteinpl
_? bril?e officials ftml f<>r periodical nivestitra
?ous, sa-f provi? ftleetire and may not, but
?here can be no doubt thai they are wholesome
lugi?Te?-tions. whether or uot it be possible to
put the in in BgBBBjsaa.
v_eu. (Juurko aiay prove tiie Sheridan of the
'auaeo-Tuikudi war. According to the official
report, his ioicos croR.s<^d ti.e lialkaus, an?l
?tertd Itoutio'Jia at the tillage of Kh.nkhoi.
_?b trustj Coia_u;L? cut the u ?t^iaph line ut
_aa-t.At-aitra_. a-ui *_uiivtui-_l i~-a ni-ucli L?r a
combat with the Turks, in whieh they roti?<??l
tlit in. Gon. Gourko ia now inarching on Kes
anlik, ami If lull to disperse tli?? Turks g| ?ni
in? the Sliijika dette. Tin? anntzed (M'.oiilils
will doubtless complain that this is brilliant,
but it is not war??is thcj understand it. Then?
if?, of cours? u wii]<? il.niTi'piiiiry betw???n tli??
Knssian iiiul the Turkish reports of <?"Uik"'s
fiiterpriso. In fact, they BOOB- only to BftM
it; tlit? Hiiinnini't'iiiiiit tint lie is -south of the
Balkans.
n
Mr. r.irolnn OTtrion Bryant is a person of
m? ??t>ii?i<|iii'!i?"?t whatever, and no statement
whieh in? makes i-eapeetiiig the Tweed etMifa?jaion
??in have ?my wttight of itself with the i?ul?lic.
It is not?c?al?le, however, in what he his
to sav. that his portrait of 'I w<?? ?1 is in all
????-i mills the same with Att??i iiev-('en??uil
Fair?-hihl's and Join CralLim's. 'I'liey iiuri? ?? in
representing him as I ciinnin?v, tricky thief,
who now proposes to rap the sum of
his crimes with the irreatist .fruit?! of hi?
lifetime. Ha-ring before stolen bboocj, he
muy propOBSd to steal his liberty by us
wit ki ?1 an imposture M he was ever piilty of.
If this burlesque, mediatoi, who ?l.iiiced ?il'otit
tin? parties to this negotiation \Mlh the only
hope, doubtless, of gelling SOfl_eth']ng for his
disintemfltod a-r?ity. bad said ilns alone, do
one would have lisleur?] to liim ; but sinee his
Opinion <?f Tweed seems to coin? ??le with that
of the \ttorney-(;enera! ami of Tweed's foimer
cour.sel, it dcsei v?-s, perhaps, some att??iiti(in.
The spirit of Tradis-l'nioiiism is still abroad,
as tierce and biut.il us evoi. The i?tiike of th?>
train hand.? of the llaltitinon? and Ohio liailioati,
ii??t??;nl of Iniii?; at the farthest a respectful
demand for the. waires they want, h::s <le
velope?! into a rebellion against the State Itself,
and h.is already resulted ii inoro than oue
anted oonfliet. The itnken iwarm upon traios
with revolvers, and engage in pitched battle
with the trOOfM of West Virginia. Thus far
they have succeeded in embarraSsiBg and d< lay
in?,' the traffic of the mail, but in the fighting
they hoste i?e? n worsted. The militia Been to have
torne tbemsolvei with exceptional coolness,
snd the ?lead and wounded a:t? on the strikers'
?ide. It is strange enoagh tliat these men, dee
pente ?rs th? y are, do u ?t see that their violence
is fully, and can harm no ?tue in the long inn
but themselves. A cre.it railroad eorporation
eitiiiot be crushed by a gang Of noter??, BBrd
th?? oohetdre power of a ii)i?i> is too slight to
?ilitiw it. to ket p together, ? ven Fot its own pro?
tection, more than a few days. At the end of
that time they will lind themselves out ol
place, out of pocket, out of reputation. The
right to strike in inalienable! but there are
tunes and ways of stiil?iii?,' that uro both
fooliafa und Unked.
The seer??ey ?Hid delihe rathm with whieh the
Rossiansarc acting in Bnlgaria areagain illus?
trated in the cantare of tSikopolia. Having
ciuaacd the Danube 20 nul? s to the eastward
?inil s.-.-?i ? ,i Sitova, then sent ?tout? toward
Biela and Tiriiova, indicatillg that the main
?i-.'iny was about to hohl tin line of the .I.intLi,
and attempt the passage ol the Balkans, with?
out invest ii;;,' the toi?SJBBtS ol t!ie qundii
I.it?rai. While the Ru-siant were thugmystify
Ing the Turks, end -Dctirriiig the eensnire of
UM military tviiies fur their iiiipt i i'crt cotninu
ni.'.itiens witli Roumanie, the Qrand Duke
Nicholas was preparing steadily for the enn
ture of Ni'sttpoli-?, which had already Buf?
fered severelj froni the bombardment last
month. At length, on Bunday last, his
troops advanced boldly Bgainsl the bights
. command the towo, and by sheer
coinage and energy drove th< Turk?from their
strong position, and s?> effectually out ???1 their
retreal thai two Pashas, ?B.-OOO Boldiars ?mil
two monitors fell Into the victor's bands. This
victory, accomplished while another detach
iii? -nt bad crossed the Balkana, is calculated to
astonish the Uttomaa sluggards and raise the
prestige <>f the Russian ?unis throughout
Europe. In its matert-] a-p.?"is, the oaptnre
of Nikopolia will be of great benefit to the
Rosaiaas, inasmuch as it will enable then t-o
est;?ii?i?li securely a second bridge, over whiofa
they may convey the Immense rtores of provi?
sions and war material, Bocumulated at Turna.
1'iovithil with these supplie?, they will health?
to aet Independently <>f the Bulgarian grnn
aiies, which would B-focd only a seai.ty suli
swtenee. _______________
A BUSINESS CRISES.
Everybody is anxious to forecast the futuro
Of trade and industry. Bttl the task, always
difficult, is now rendered more difflculi than
?ver. Business traits with bated breath for the
Secretary of the Tieasury, for the latest news
from Euopet and fot retorna from the ripen?
ing crops, Bhrewd asea are not deceived by
the Spurt of rising pri?es in the Btock Ex
change, for tiny un-deratand that the mai ket
is conflned to spoenlaton whose ventures are
heard, not u]?!>n ? calculation of future pros?
perity of railways, but upon th? ir supposed
anility to put st'teks up fora week or a month,
,i.? their interests may dictate?, ami then leave
other speculators and deluded outsiders to
face the reaction and bear the losa. Whether
they ure in ?nor, even in thi? narrow estimate,
is not certain, but it is not a -satter of public
?consequence. It la only important t<? know
t!i.?t the mid? i;ii;;i? r madiie.N? of a July lise in
lin? Stock Mai kit dies not reflect ?my in t ?-111
genl estimate of tin- future for trade or Indus?
try, The beat that ??in be donoi perhapa, la t<?
gronp the more important influences likely t<>
eontrol future financial movements, ami tocuii
littsi tin ii probable affectai
I, The Tit:i?iiiy has yet to dettiinine what
proportion of six per eeat honda. <?f gold, and
of legal tenders, it will i*eee?hrc m payment f??r
over Bighty-UTe millions of ?"our per it nt
bonda As wae explained yesterday, the deei
H'on may either make col?I exceedintsiy searce
and high. <>r canse an anusaally rapid and
sharp withdrawal of legal tendera. Pot mere
I withdrawal of surplus and i?He notes, the
I business community can easily prepare, if
fairly warned, Inn a withdrawal which would
ill that Case ?an., no SelioUS lt., ?UiVetiit in'e
might result m great tHaaaters If precipitated
saddenl] and iinexpectodly upon the country.
Obvtonaty, it will n??t aaawei for the Secre?
tary to hind himself to sell m> uvtch gold ami
m? m? ?? <?-. i??t be would thus n,??ii the <l<? i toa
lie i?pe? ulalion of l_AOUfl elle? t. Ulli lit?
eau Baji it he v. ill, that be m an ? m ?? D
enough, and often enough, i<> prevent any
stringency In the gold mark t, and to avoid
iiuttiiiK M the pri?e. We behove tlmt he
OOgbl to uo fart ht r :.i:d as?nie the liiisim???
(???tiiinuLity that be meana to tell gold enough,
and to -?cumulate legal tend? ra anongli t?? put
down th? premiam muteiiuiiy, and to prepare
foi it sumption.
II. Miaiiwhile, uiiiisually latge cnpi nn
generally expected. ?Some uncertainty aa to
the m atrii i unie of the i?r;tin Ctopa will c?ui
tinin for several weeks, but there is no clear
r?-asoh to dotilit that the aggregate yield will
bt? full, or that the demand lor ? uni -my ta? be
Uistd in moving the ciop? v.;!l be quite us
i h_ij_ as i___i. The war lu buiopt? piumLtcs
n large denandi ami if Bnniand ihould
ciiine involved in war, llnit d. mi uni wo m
nitnh increased? lb aae the ?!? ?matul Bor
lim y is liiii-iv t.? be not i- ???-, and may be
si?)? iab!y greater, tli.in is usa .1, ami it
serve to t niploy fot a sliott time some p.u
the large tXt ? ?>l emu ncy vviii.li [?..s I
Ijing idle?
III. Reel nt now?' from t-tVOpe -008 not
! diente g speedy t minastoe. <>f the uni ; ??ti
1 contrary, it ararrants the belief tlut! shipiu
of grain txom ih?- Ettaak dea will be t, rj ?
tliis seSstOPi and tli it tbe enormous, coii-n
tion of produc?a, which war tilwavs invul
will Kcnsilily ?ill'ict demand and prices
Enropoaa market?. As .vet, the war ba I 1
of small beiielit, if any, to American |
ilud?s, however, ami it is beginning to be
ilcrstooil tint the Indasiiieg of Etonn?e?
tioiiswcre so far lack in-* eutploj ment, w
the war be-mi, thai the taoronusd deataad
f?iiitin<" has not nllleed ?is yet to employ I
European labor and capital. Bat the p<
hility that (.rent Britain may be drawn i
tin? straggle is no. tiianotci. it grows sttoa
with every forward step of Boggin toward G
st uitiijo|il.'. Should tins event occur, within
next ninety ?lays, the rat?' ol interest WO
probably rise sharply in Londoni considers
('?iiiiincrcial strni)_"iicy would cause return
this eniiiiiiy of (i.ivt'iiinit'iit, municipal :
railway securities to a large anioiiiit, and
??i.'ei I on this side mik'ht be, Ri? at, espcci:
as this niMiuoeted deeaand i>r cash in
t-haage lor set inities would concur with
diiiiaml Jot cash to ninve g large ci'?|?, t
tbo dssnand for eaah to pay nan*/ militons
the (?oveiiunrnt for bonds, or to f??reign ho
St- fbr bunds called by the Treasury.
IV, Large exopi are nsanllj ezpeetad t?? ?
ti.in the prtees of railway lecnntieg bargt l
it mn.;! lie ivi.i nilii'icil that at current r.it
which the ('anal Board has now detwiuis
BOt to afiect by ?mv action itnlil September,
than, (Ik* railways are gettiog only '-'i.l i
ernt. of the cops _uov?_d, gggsnal load p? t <??
last year, and with g very full crop the gggi
gate ni??v<-nient would scarcely be more th
it was from llii? date forward la-t see*
lassdeetnsaee in proportion of eropomored by r
is much great* r th.i'i any Increase of rates whl
can l>c maintained, SO Iliul, al the WtTJ bet
tlio railways caomd be expected to show i
erea-ed earnings, .Moreover, thevhave l<?.?t t
other freight, which has bien diverted I
the ??mal-, ami their pesseng r earnings inn
fall far below thotw of the Centennial jrei
The natural inference i> that a continued tl
crease <>i efoaings may be expected, ami.
any considerable shipssoni ?>i seenrities fro
abroad ?..'.in.-, tn any .-ban? rise in the nttoi
interest? caused either bv QoTernment oper
liiin?. by dcinaiiil fot Clop inoveiiK lit, <>r 1
engagemenl <>l Greal Britain in war, a shai
and rapid fall of Stocks would lie inevitabl
It nay be added thai the eiisormous Lnoreasei
yield ol coal presages bard times not f;
ahead lor that important ? la-s of scctiiitie
and that a levtval of the i_.ii.ral railway vv:
is not improbable, lint, any sharp decline i
riiiils?. It?.m the figures now artificially reaehei
and Upon vvln.li loans aiiioaiitLug to man
millions are ba-d, v..nil.I intensify the ?hinan
for ?ash. li this Influence coincides in tim
with the others i'<>n>i.ler.'<l. the changea i
September or October may be startling.
In view of the factl ineiitiom ?I, it sceins t
be a puni time to exercise greal eautioi
Hopeful anticipations for the immediate lutt?
ait very pleasing, bul are bardly? warrante
by a snrrey <>f the situation. Wise l.u?ine
lui'ii will take it ia ventures within the nea
ninety dav s. Piudence? ??00401 v at i ?mi, liquida
titin of past debts, and cash payments fc
the future, as lar a? possible, should pre
vail. Thereby all dangers mnj be escapo
by many, and those who are InsolvenJ have n
ii_lit to drag dawn vviJi them ??lints who in?
solvent. In a word, a condition of busines
ought to e__at, for ninety ?lays, exactly soehs
would exist it within thai time the premiuii
on gold Wit.-, to be -Xti-ajruished? We conunen?
n n? the cuiisi,h ration of the l't'i-.-iilr-nt am
the Beeretary of tbe Treasury, whether th
viiy cniiiiiiion ?if trade w'nicli prudeuee die
tates for business atea is no. one which tin
QoTornmenl oaghl t.? .-?i/.e and improve to tin
iiiin???i lor the |.i. -' ivaiioii of its honor, an?
Cor the restoration ol trade and industry to i
solid basis. _
CEAMLRS FRANCIS ADAMS Eon OOVRRNOB
All is not lust. There is still some talk 0
nonnut-LngCharles Francis Adams for I.over
nor of Ma-sacliiisi'tts. Democratic talk, o
course: and of that kind of a nomination : am
in Massaclm-ctls. (.renter uncertainly or tin
saii.-factot ineSS COUld hardly be c.iiiceived thai
is conveyed in the.se three qualities pertainiti?.
to the talk. For thon is DOthing in this lib
more urncitain than Democratic talk: mithin?
more Intangible ami unreal than a Ilemociali?
iiomiiiation ; nothing so nieaiiiiio|i.?saml unsatis?
factory under any Offdinaiy eirciiinst-tnces as n
lieinoci'atie iiominatioii lor Governor of Massa?
chusetts, And yet we say iMHifldeatly thai this
lient.?cratic talk Isabopeful _tgB? We an- in the
habit of so con?ti uim. the nomination of Mr. Ad?
ams for inipii.-.-ibii- offices, and we take the asase
hopeful view of tin v ngUC talk about Ins improba?
ble iiotiilintturn for an Impossible ol?ee. For it is
a sign in the fii>t place ?hat the 13-inocney
has pretty much abandoned hope for the time
bang. Tinte has been fust and las! ? giant
?leal of talk about nominating Mr. Adams for
something. We mean a great deal besides the
regular thing it Springfield. Ifasa- when it li
sn regular gad continuous that it does not
count. Ami it has always bun noticed that
nobody has ever yet ventured to nominate
him Of SUggee. his iiomiiiation when the situ?
ation contained the ieinotcst poS-fUe eotitin
gencry of his election. When anybody has
said, " It seems to me that the nomination of
Mi. Charles Francis Adams would be vas-e
proper at this crude," tbe sutler?, nnderetnad
the tinft of things al ??nee, end begin packing
up to gn to the rear, li means g retreat.
In this regard Mr. Adams*! name is one
of the greatest conTeniences <>f motion timen.
li saves surrender, and it lends respectability
to defeat? VYhea ? pbytdeian sn.-_-.--i-, to hid
' puiieut that it might !>?? will to .?end for ?i
|i??i'?t, be does not need t<? oommunicnte his
\ ii|iimon as to the patient's condition, When
' the I) no., ia. v talks of lending for Mr. Adam
farther inquiries es t?. tbe party prospeets are
unneees su y. We ooiueqtteatly njoiee to see
! that Mi. -ttfaass is again " lalk. .1 ??r.'' it .?.bows
i thai the Des-oa icy i- so fjuj gone gg t.? nani
to ;i})l?e,U n IvpeCtsblc.
Mr. Ai 1.uns repreeentg in <?ur ]x>liitrs the?
; tbe?well there are phranes kept st uadiagon the
i galleys In Bpringfield?whole eolnmas of them,
j which daaeribe g ith gmnl geearaej sad Bores
what Mr. Ail.un? representa, bad the only
thing that we distinctly r< member sbesg them
lis that be M |iie?<nts thi'-soii-ol'-^i'?ci;,!
. lift un?!.'! the wbels body of eon i.oiiiics?the
aspiration toward respectability, so t,> ??peak.
His name and hi.? iii.iiiinatioii gpajBaaj tLis ??reli?
erai notion, gad this is conclusive as to the,
I other iutciprcUtiou put upon iheiu ; for vvhou
1 the Demo r.Uie party n ?pires to bo respert
nh!e, it may !>?? set doWO fot a font that
U despair? ol tin? opportunity to be
anything else. The nomination <?f aft*.
Adama by the llaaeachhaetta Den_oerata but
year wag ? reiy Inspiring spectacle. It, ??m
part of the maaquerada ?if reform, and waa
i-iliei bettet kept up than ino?t ??!' the ulln I
parti in the pci'fiiniLinri?, It was gratifying
to Mr. Ad mis, of cutirse, to be tinally nonii
1 eatod fur aomethingi ?misal?? ?>f Bpringfleld ;
1 h plea ' 1 Mr. Tilden to walk t<? defeat ana
i in-arm with .sti Mgml?mA ;i peteOMge, B?d nn
I to the rank and Id,', tiny couldn't have felt
mor?, proud sittin;: faeatrhigea behind a bearsa
t\nh six haceea ???veiei nil over with plumes.
' It was a stately if not an eiilliu?iasth?
procession. And now this year they are talk
! iiiff of gnilfaig up Mr. Aiiams again, in oppo
hilitiu to the HmnatJOIIi it is said that Mr.
Quatoa* of lb. AbboM ona poll more votes;
lui what ?loes that simiily, when either one
of them, or anybody else they nii?-'ht noininat??.
is sure Of being overwhelmed by the opposi?
tion ? Mr. Adams is used to it. He ]<pi?'?ent?
tbo "lift," and all that sort of thini:, and
what is inore, lie has tfiviii e \-pres.-.ii>n to the.
only reaaaining Demoeratie doctrin??, to witi
that Preaidenl Hayea has the ataaap <?f fraud
on his forehead. II?! accentuat??s ami empha?
sizes tho new departure of the party, ami
whalivet the party may <lo in Massachusetts,
thero la good reason to believ?? th.it Mr. Til
dril and Col. PeltOO will rally round him as
out? man.
Wheicloio, we say, the talk about Mr.
Adame?eren the v? ry ?lim ami shadowy pos?
sibility of his being voted for in the Conven?
tion?briaga to un eneoavagenMot and hope.
Wo have sometimes feared that the timo
Would come when Mr. Ada-is might not he
talked of reculai ly f?>r all the? various office?
in the gift ol the people. Thank Heaven that
period seems now tar ?list int. May we ho pre?
served from such a calamity. For wo can
cnnceiv?? of DOthing rinnt? diSIOIIIBgilll tO the
true patriot than to have an ehciion conte |
and ?to tMihoui tint honored mum being pre
sentod. Tato, wotme thinga Bight happen if j
he diou'd ever In- elected to aavthitii,-; hut let ?
u.? joyfully leeou'iiiz?' the f i?t that that is sim
plj impossible.
MAKING nil-. CONSULS USEFUL,
If Secret i ry Evarts is looking tor oppoitii'ii
tiea tointrodnee reforms in - he < lenenlar Service,
it is to \n- Imped that he will consider the
prac_cabiHty of making the Cou?uls aaeful to
the buaiaeaa interests of tin? country*. They
an? essentially cointnercial o_ieeis, ami might,
if eaj?:d?h? men ami properly instructed,
do a great ?leal t<> iiitroiliit ?? American manu?
facture! in the localities where they an? sta?
tioned. Their reporta have heretofore been
allowed t<> gather duat Cat months in tin? tiles
of the Slate Department, and have then lu en
.sent lo the Publk Pi inter, to appear,
when over a year old, in tin*? bulky and j
never-read volumes ??f Diplomatic Corre- !
spomleiii c. Siinietiinct these reporta would j
lie ttf pleat value to the tnireaiitile community
if promptly printed. A? it i?. they are worth?
!? ??. li the Consula mad- it their buaineea to
communicate promptly all Important changea
in th<? prieea of commodities, end t??
keep their eyes open fbc opportunities
for increasing American commerce with
the puits white they reside, they Would
become invaluable Bgenciea in enlarg
ingoor export trade. Tin- Dritiab Oorernmenl
has long made its Consular repreeentatiTea
very service ible in tins direction? It is an
important part <>f their duties to take vigilant
cue of the lotniiiercial interests of tlieiieoiintiy
ineti, and to report promptly every piece <?l
i:ir"imati'ii which it might he for the advan?
tage of the commercial y?ul?lic at home to know.
Pot many years there has not been as favor?
able an occasion l??r increasing the sale of
Aniiiicaii goods in the markets of the World ?is I
at present. The excellence of out inaii'ifactiire-?
waa m.nie known t,> foreign countriea by the
reporta <>i the Cooimiiaioiiera t?> the Cent?n
nial Exhibition, ami the heavy decline
in wagea and in tho juices <?f material
has so reduce?! their eosl that they cat)
noW come into a? tive coinpctilioii with
tin? prodneta of the great aaaaiufactui-ng
nations of Kunipe. What is needed now
is active, intelligent elVut to bring to the
notice of consumers all over the world such
anieles as are better ami cheaper than those
they aie now buying from English, Fninch or
German merchant-. Our Coosuls ought to ae
eertain when auch eamrt proeniaes to he suc?
cessful, ami th? ir information, communicated
to the State Department, should be promptly
grveu to the pullic.
IHK MEXICAN MA 11 ER.
_ft ally ?i month since, the policy to lie pur?
sued by the (?ovcrnnieiit in ithition to Mexican
outrages upon our frontiers was announced
bv our Washington correspondent. He gave
also th?- tjiiasi-ofiicial dcclaiation of Secretary
IfcCrary that the A?imiuiatratitrn "did not
" want any of the soil or population of Mexico ;"'
it wa? merely detevmined that " the raid?
Maerees the Rio Grraade border should stop."*1
"An aggroaai~e poUey towards Mexico" ama
with equal aaaphaaia disowned. I'm Inter
national relations are so often afh'cted by
unforeseen accident? and OOCUIiencea in tliem
selve.? trifling, that it would be rash positively
to predict a pacific arrangement of our
preeent as-anndV?rataading with M?xi?o. If
one POWOt is out of temper ami unreason
aide, or if either is desirous ?if war for
sinister reasons, hosiile mi?chauce for ini?
chief is among the prohahilities. Hut we
cannot foe an instant indulge in such forebod
inga, Our own QoTernment is hardly likely to
undertake mon? th;in a steady maintenance of
a position sanctioned by venerable usage, and
I,?, weD-eeoepted p Inciples of public law. In?
deed, we seem itii'lineil to claim siatcely so
mue!; as that law would sum lion. The de
tense of its own frontier by ?til legit?
imate means is so clearly a ?luly of the
Qorernmeut of the United Btatee, that the
Mexican authorities lor the time being are not
likely to resent it, as aaoet certainly tiny an?
in no position to do BO eile? tii.tlly. The in
straettona ?>f the Mexican -Uniatot of War to
Ceo. 'I'n ??no, it mu-?! hi- admitted, are sonae
whal m? n lein??', ami would -?fin to render any
pacifie cooperation of the Amorioag and Mezi
can troops fox tint protection of our territory
iiiipn.s-.ible. But, fairly considered, tbepositioo
t.f the Mexican Minister is one whieh he mil
h ni it Impoaaihla t?? maintain. The wrongs
loi which our own tbivenime.it seeks re.li?-?
ate aneh m m? civilised state would submit t<?,
except ui>Dii compulsion. Th?' Mexican author
iti?s, if they lift?,?? piov.il Ihomaolfti incoin
petent to protect us from Mexican robben and
, outlaws, cannot legitimately -oinplnin if tu
taha BBBaenros to preleet onteelsea. Big words
, amount to not lin???-, ami mere bullying la BOt likely
t t<> till the Waahingtoe Tehinei with diamay.
| lu some of our formel ilifhVultie.s with M??xico
?j we have not I?? ? u exactly in the light ; now
i we lianncn to he ??rtciacly ao. The yuestiou ia,
; wbethei wo shall tamely ?submit to mnrder,
nr.-ion, robbery, tho plundering of our Cw
! tom Houses and l'ost-oflice*., hy wWIEBE
! Vagabonda* claiming to bo Mexican citizen?,
and taking reiuge srhaa pvMed ha M?-i
ieau t??nitory. Tho right to follow Btieh
! evil-doers neroaa tho frontier, ami, in hot
| pursuit, to ?'?ipttin? them ami reclaim their
booty, is onn which no Minister, if he Ik? ?ven
a tolerable publicist, will qm**tion. It is
a right which l'lesident (Jrunt and See
retary Fish freely exere-sed. and ono
which Presitlent Hayes and Secretary Kvarts
?re not, lik?lv to surrender. It is a right
which, it seems to us, ought to ablate the whole
OOntTOTOTSy. It leaves no room for debate,
ami curtly statetl, us it ?should be, it ought to
silence tin? most v??rl?os<? explanations ami dis?
ci -'initiations of conventional ?l?|?lom?uy.
We hat? men ly a?k? ?I Mexiro to cooperate
with us in the restraint of bands of H.tvag? .?t
aUMoable to DO hiw and dettttad by no fear
of their own I 'oveniineiit, which has again and
again ae_Bo-wledged its own ine?fBciency. The
inevilahle coiicln.sion is, that if Mexico will
not protect M wo must protect ours? !v?s. If
we cannot tind a t.overiiiiicnt in MeXMO
to treat with, wo must net m if lasU
?Vpuhiii?. were in 1 conditkm of ananhy.
Bat when, m referanee to our will
meant ami amicable propoaHona we
pot mithin?? but insolent answers ami
frothy declamation wo have nothing to do
but to act vigorously, ami maintain steadily
the policy which has been detennined upon.
It is utterly Hiiperlluoiis to say that wo want
no war with M??xieo. Whatever sho BBlgM
lose in such ? contest, would bo no material
gain, worth considering, to ourselves. vTo
are in need neither of glory nor of territory]
but we do need penen apon the Bio Grnnde,
and safi'ty to person and territory upon our
Own soil. We have only to will it. ami the
Mexican Republic would cease to exist ; lui'
thus far our eOUTM has heeti macfced hy tho
mo?t exemplar- moderation.
The Mexican Minister of War is altogether
in the wrong; ami yet he vapors as if he had
a magiiiticent army and a well-Bottled Got
erament to support him. We have learned by
a considerable experience the precise value of
the Mexican proaanciameato, We naked our
trouiile.-oni!? neighbor t<? codperata with aa
ii, the maintenance of peac;? ; and he treats o ir
request aa if it had been a deianea to mortal
Combat. Indeed, there is something laughable
in t!ie faingleriona tone of th?? Minister's
order. With 01 without his cooperation, the
in! igrity ol our territory will be maintained?
a.? he will Immediately discover.
If the Administration IsgatagtOpUt into practico
Its reported plaaof holding up the Basses si outen
ssekars before the public for the space of 90 ?la.?,
we ventura to suggest a g.1 bbbbs to begia with.
Bx-Gov. 1 hniiias I '. l-'i> teller of Misstiiiri, is in \Vj.?i..
ingtofl in search ?>f an otiico. On" report says he
will t?i,?i?abiy n?? jiut, m eharga of mm <>f the Bu?
reaus, p.'ih.tp? th.? Iiniian bureau. That is precisely
where we went h?laa-ae hang ap ee tha ladiaa
Bnrean. II.? is th>- bibb arho eoodocted Mr. Delano's
wbitawashiag sxpedittoa to ths Bad Cloud Ageocy,
in -, ??ni h of itif.irii?tti'iti to overt ?now the "iiisiuu
?? ?li,ms of ?? Mr. Mai eh." Before he started be had
toe bed taita to snow bia btaa aiiamst the scenser,
and while e.looting tns mvestigatioa be arrots
l???[.?rs to B Bt> Louis new spa per riiliculiBg Mr.
Itarsfa ati'l bis statements. As s bals?nlioerot polit?
ical diahooesty be is an i-xji'ii, ?nid a? an in?tru
inetii for further destruction among ths new civil
servil e regutattons, be would andoubtediy be a great
?ncoeas, yet these ate not the q-alincations the
eouotry expects for a reformed civil servant. Per
i,.i,,- ,ii bai "?." i ?, bat be has never ihown them.
"If tha law saya that we shall n?>t s'il liqnor, wo
shall cease to sell it. The tiasifist way laths best."
Tin? is tin? reinar- sttriboted t?> Mr. I.. Dalmooieo, of
the well sbowb Broad?tceet Bestanraat, Ths words
ai.? Imiely, ami ive It'iiiliiiiieti,! tl.em to the CO-?id?
eratittii of all dosiers who are gettingexalted a*-? mt
this F.M-i-.i? liii-iin-s?. I ?I?.- hellet; to the law, what
e\. r u m ?i?, L,. is abat we bava s right to aspect of
every good i Itisen. It suty be anjnat, or inexpedient,
m aork hardship; but, until it is r ?pealada it ssust be
obeyed. There m iv be reasons tot rnpeallng. thero
t ?in be nono fi?; ?I? fyiiii?' it.
Chief Joseph has found s practical wny of endors
ing the btongoUaa plank of the m. Lonis Plaafscm.
A weB-hnngtomahawk can abolish enough Chi?wt
i-hi'iip labor in B day I" satisfy the most meek anil
lowly I'liri.stiaii on the I'.n ilic ?:i?a.st.
BliBssonsand Thamaa toMUsd tee precipitately
into resignation. I lo-y ?muht, to have .leinaml. ?I ?t
special ?essioB ?>.' the Cabinet to datai mine whether
tiny fall andel the rules or the exie.ttinus.
Ths am at wn parly m?hen a? agaia sdvertising
themselves, anil as .sunn as thev raise money enough
they proposa t?> hire a hall. N.? Old Line Whig will
in? ?uiiiiittetl without eee-tifteeteef Christian burial.
Tha Bppointmenl of Mr. Bausch to the Appraisor
slnp looki IIIm Civil Ban ice Reform at slant imiga.
One promotion lik?? this is worth Mvetel acre? of
circular letters.
PERSONAL.
The Bar. Hoheit Collyer has pitched his tent
in l'anima, Vus., win re lie will iiuaa tin: ?suuiimr until
tun family.
Bishop Cheney of ChieagO is coming East
aix'tit un- Irai <?f aagusl to Besad a BMat-fs vaaaMoa ?a
.">. v. l'.ll??'l,?llll.
lien. Qeorga Ii. IfeClellaa has heen invited
i.? a? t as Oread Marshal ai th? ssariag n laasMlsa of tiio
Battle o( Orishaay,
The late Kohert Pale Owen was ono of a
family nf four brother?. Tin? on.jr aurvivuu melubt-.t ia
Prat lilt li.?i,l u ?ni. of 11,,liana.
Miss AuiLi Louise Cary in thinking of pur
Bhaeina a boaaa in Pwrtlaad, M,?., nn,! niak.u?{ that pleas
lie I l>?-1,loll i-l' ?A lun rosin.s flOUl BW lUllfi, ,fl lBllVl'4.
Mr. Henry Holt ami family lately ?rot hunieil
eal i,i tha iestiastloa st UM Lata Daasssas Hunte lu
V ,-i iiiiiiit,
(?em ral Ilei-inu r, who fought the Rattle of
Onakaiiy, trrnliiiuii ?aya wat _ iliort man. iatli?r slci.ili?r
ni liiiliil, uf clai k cutnplrxl?ni. ti lili Iilack lian .n?,: a bntriil
ago
Becretary Bigelow annonneed the other day
in a prlvaSa ?iifi that lie aaa io in? in arwa Ibm slghi,
Braparslari t ? isill-gfor?Br<Bpst sad "weeMI lados alta
Pr? ildral il 1. n."
Mt. Qeorga Dawaon. of The Albany Journal,
Bes , .m a aevMpaper, wttto ? thatat?as hsel se sagUng,
Bad SSaaah ;iu lustr-ciive .???riiiiiu. Fie i?>t- ana tln.ii
tl I. Hi.' |?iil(?il ?>f ?tune Ba|?tint cliinrii aiuiin.l Alb-nj of
a --iiuiLi? Bveaiag.
Tin- Statement which has heen made bj scv
i?, .t! BOB BBSPSN tli.il Mr. ,)r;ti rs.ui Ii.i.m i* BBBBSSSd m
tin? ptrji.nall.,11 of In? fin 'Itii'iniiliiK ".Mi?uioirs" In | g ,
Itosalahad HMrsn ladl wi Laalah-ss, i* autiinriiativt'ij
?j.-t-iar, ti tu t??? arttheui f?n'tu ?t ?-n.
Tha President*a coaebmaa is pointed out as
?>n?? of it??:.-? i K i* t m of W-tBBBeeea. ii? i? a? Maskastht
??o of isadsa. bat tnyattshrj runic, b hsrat rai??^ eat?
lu.-li,?, wi,, n nut ilriMu?, VfeaShM t?t btiiiU ?Btiilla. bo.
I'omrl, \i..u or to gaSSd -gainsl sun.troko, it in n,,t
am? III.
The st..ries of Secretary Sherman's wraith
?m? Mid i?? he xn??t?> BBngaoraaai, gisaataai la Man?
Sriii. mi.... who m h:u t?.'. n asthaassd m he worth ttom
1500,000 to 11.000,000. Weald Bat sell for $.'i0,0o0. In
Um |Sii..iu .?f itoiiii-,,f hi* iu?*t lniiBiat?! fiiBii'il* be i*
lv*l!.ll If?, II,all ?UJl?,lH>0.
Seuiitor Kirk wood of Iowa apnnt a part of
hucaiiy lifM in Man,tli lil, oino. Wl.tl? Hiere bu ?toou
iiMiiiB. th* ii'roniiii l-wyr-r* at the bar, au?l wa, aoto4
bol li Bfl a BSBBSBlSI ?nil plrmlpr. 11* wut vt-ry plBin In
Ik,it ?aaiitum iinrt ,Ii-.?? Hi? wore an old. ?Iiorl yelU.-??
fiM?iU c.?!, wins a-ave mu? Hi* aieknaaie of "tilit
?eiiiiw Coat," tahaa frsm a ?a_raciot aapaossd to ret?
toot ut im,i m a neal ao?t?i dh1??u iu* *? Uaiaat Juii.a."
Mr. Bierstmlt, the artlHt, lias been intereat
?ji_ UiuiMit la lint ttt-toUa-inaal of aa Aia_tin>- ut ?tlua
Arts In Columbus, Ohio. TTe writes to s friend tn tba
rlty: "I am curtain our Western cities havaalways beei
In proportion to their ago and tli? numtier of it,, Ir tt
li.il,it.nits, far inore ,-nr?-ri?rl?iine IB art matters tl.-n **.
?SSStn towns. Clii'n_o an<l Han Francisco notaliljr sr
I'xamiilis of tliis. Tito tetter et .7, .-?TOfti an s s littli
i.rer twenty-Mvo reara aid, .?I; i'> I,.is lis SeadMUT o
l'aie Ai ts and it? lift? sciiool, utitl, dunu?; IhS K ?y *?'4S??n
its art receptions."
Tli?? memorial servrei? to tlio ]atc- M?;. M.rj
K. l?lreti.'ir'?, a c'iiu'n of I\ evil nt ,'l.iyes, who wis ene o
the viollnis of Mia Aslitalmla disaster, tat? place a
Fayette* Ile. N. II, to-day. Tin? l'i si,lent, who bad m
tiBBlsi '" bS BBBSSat, has written a BBBSMag total ''ir
an.l Mi ? Ilirt li.inl. father ?nd mother of the diciMed
azBfaastagrsfrststhislaaMlItrtoettsad, . '. ..
hi? reu?iiin for n't ilolinf ? i that tin? crow,Is snl BSSFSS
nary confusion ?sel?sal to Ills eoaiina;wos-I detrs
tbe ai'ietiini'r of tas oc?'.Mi,iii. stslaa tti? sei visas mor?
of ?n s*-paafaass ?f ?* f, ?u...i tasa si _ tant. ti.
MosTKKAL, July 17.?(iiivernor-'it-iii ral and
' fa Is Ililln-rlli ?r.'.v .1 here thi? mm mug i.y Steamer tun?
| ?Quebec, un,I left mmsdlately foi Ottawa
Ai a: any, N. Y., ?Tuly 17.-Col. Join IL
I Makarsass was to-day tsMalmsasI] ??>. t.,t i.,
i (leueral of the Ninth Unmade, S-p-SSU- ??iiar.l, lu pin-,
of '.. n. VV.>iHl?iiii,res!aiiii ?J. Major?. I
st the ei,-. lion.
Km ill .r.tiKM, I'e'in., July 17.- \f tot n.-y-f ;?n
eii,I DSfSatV S." rrliny .ir.irt?, (M, K .. ?< / ami BBSSj
urriviil Sara .it n,..,ii BtvSBsB. an.I :?ro now l_?tBB|
: tli.ii-, n ?m k?. Tin? will leave for t?s."i>li_, Ik.;. ? i
this aU.rii.inii. ^_
POLITICAL NOTER
Vire Presidfiit Wheeler's tl-niMo failed to
n , him.
Mr. Tilden ?vails to-day in.ehe? r. d If a M.m
battiui reception.
There will not l?e room enough in Rurope
for trie Hon. RoscosConkllns when tie reun?s the I? tter ?1
Counselor Miren? P. Norton of Troy.
David Dudley Fniil li s'iiii lg \.w Oriss-gg
to tie ?tl the bottom ?it the BetSaTBtag Hoard di?iiuit,.4iiee.
?h.it m c.'iint? tor lu ?inl.ii n i ,,i,*|.?,..
Mr. Tilden says lie do? ?n't care to go to tlio
United '-lute? Miniate, but he IS bai ksunl 111 Ukllis; III 111.
self out of Mr. Uondrloks's way tu 1 -?-?i>. He U .
rubiist. loo.
The typertropliied gnadition of Mr. Tildens
brain ami the A?trophlr_l condition of his heart ara
eaaaily il i sir"??.? lag te the tender sad qragaa?Islug spirit
of Hie .?if- ) ijvk T.rrnimj Express.
?
The eotintry Is liun.Ty t?i learn whether
Johnny Davenport, the nimble ?. f Comrul
ur?.p?i-?cs to lia'ii ?ti ;n_ his ftsmt In;-polite.U asHnUss
n, , ,inpUaaio s?nii lue Prsslsust'sQtti Berries sedar.
Pf fllBMtOl livman I iiiiii'nill || -nid to 1?' g
convi'i I to till- Til -llllllt'- JMlInV , ilU.I to !.. m f ;, . - l
n.sv party on thai kSaa_ Mr. TrumbuH'- . _p< liencc in
?rsv parties doesn't seein to have iIhcoiii.il' ?I inm, I t
el?e ti.i- report is premature.
Mr. Bigelafl ?loen DOt wi.sli to Ik? Seiietary of
Stiito for ui.olher term. TMs S?1U fcS ?rBJosBBS B?"US BB
tSal matt sa ?.f the Dsaaseratis Presa of tfela Stau- which
m opposed t.? the u?-?towai of emoluniests apon outsiders
win? li-ve uev.r llfteil at fin? party ??. lie? i.
In ?ol.nui eonveisiition with a World reporter,
Mr. Tild, n remarks: " In a (.ovetiiiii.i.t ilk? BB_tS fr.iinlu
lent ?nut tie? Bjjoaer or later USWt et m?' to liirht. and the
tfinlfy parties, with their pr.vt lee?, BBS I BSBBBsV. knoss n.M
Sad then bs thou, to sf Creara aad ths M UobMs " dis*
patch, an.l wijk.,1 ssitn t,u coat t.ni atsai from ;
'?.????
The s?lection of ex-('oni.'res,im..n Cr-ornc F.
Hoar to pieMiie ut the M i.-mii Im?. I Im EtepubllCSa CoU
veiitioiiis tataearstsd asa pretty sun? tmlleatlon that
the Preeid.-ul'scourse will lie m l?.r?.'.l by thai bo.lv. Mr.
Boai is in ei'thu-in-iic an pool t. r ?,f ths PraaMsaa?aad
?.. i- the ?Miiriniiii ol the -:ai. Cofnnilttes, man i-hosa
iiiiu tor the position, sad ?iio ?ill draft ths platform.
Mr. Tilden denies, it bssjbbjs, liavnr,- m nie
the ten, irk attributei1 to liitii by a Wnrltl reporter, thai
the li ill nf pnlillii aealiBiaal ?<? aaad to i>e tea utti as .'n
tii'i is in ,'. 'StStS li.'-et. ThS ?la!.-lient w.t? inti::
improtiiibl''. Tiie (.resent iiieii'iiiieiits wero Mr.TU?am -
own. iiicii'late?. with one or Ur.> exospttoas, sad It is
hardly likely that h?.- ?voiU,i Bava c_.?t. theai "ir ta thla
f.i-iiiuii.
r.\-S< cntaiv Delano pives tint? weight of
S?I opinion ??..itiHt tho It.sUUUP?OB ket, BS Ml I
a O?BStoassM Enquirer interviewer its euactiin nt
?us without ex. u?e. and iti repeal tmiie..- - is-,
Hinco it i, of m elf r -i-.yw.ij. The rouniry le Smt -
be?! it . an L, j. i> i. ? ,i i.l -, sad no in t or r. ?olutii.n ss ill
be able to Bar t H ai y. After this pro found opiatos, Mr.
D.lano retuaraed thai he tbou-hl I it.if
lu-n-ioii saenesai wa? a mistake, und aoald roa all .
Craudi niel BabessleuisatSi
The ??liio DemocraU have l??_riin to Ught
ai.lo.'l.'-t t!|elll?el?es, IIS ll?l|,'ll. Tile illll.llioll f,l, I,oil
atarted late the IsM assss ttsaa ana with a s,.n? wim-h
put iiostr? M-dkaashas Oaat?rsa f..r Oofsanss and
Qeerga IX Psadlalsa for ?Tatted ftatta laaater. i i
baa besa s gsed ?ic-ii "f lassBlasaaoa raasB?uj M It
f..:- BS*?tal .i.iys i?a?t, but tiie m..?t fortiil.lal.le blow li.?*
been tli" .1: ?f ni?u t i,.n of .Oil I isit? .liar_ii:_ Mr. Consenso
with " ero .Ueilln ?? in bla rsOclal re,onl." It all shoWl
thai tiie parti '?? '?'* aaaal, Baeoatfortably BarsioBisi ?.
District-Attorney Pinnoy of N.vv-( )r!r m?i
Bss-fsaaaataal tha staaiaaca "f tic Remrnin?,* Paars hais
not bsea in.In t> st, '.nt .?a-? the ?;r:iinl .liny re.jinre.l Inm
to Hie the information BSBssa?I tlicm. th.'ie lui: _ a et BBS
lie to IOS July's power to BBBBU BS llnHclllli lit ilurfi_ a
spsstalSsrai BssajralMslaasaN to ras Abb., sud
nlil.? (lie _raluitoiii information l lost the whole, pas ? if
lin? ovi-iiiaieil m Ins biiriimr desire to brin? euii'v t I
to inattee. The publie wont 1 t;,: | more ?lock in 'Ina
Hlilleill'-nl Were ||<? to :ie.,,.;i ,?i'iv It With le*? p.i't -ill
fervor, sad wen? Be te ?tir sp with hi? powerful sad
judicial ana a luilMessf si two in iii? dwb party.
The denial is mad?- with some lu-ut in I >w\
that 'a?' ili-?,.!!I?'I, in . .in '.',,1,1 te fui- r, ,\, mS I- a " ? ? I
salu ttsjaaff dsalsr." Ho is merely a wl?.?le?ali- a
tho'i.ii u i? aasuaad i" his ears fthahi that like wiii)!.'?,iie
sise*?savarjfwhsn ks ssllsttlns sad ashat liq.ioi? sy
the c ise nml barrel. SVliut?ier lu? BU?I or not I? of no
_ient Import-tiro, but the denial would carry more
weight if the new-papers niukiri?,' it ?hi not ? unowltat
liariliiy spenlI of Tin- I'iv?idi>iit or ths st in leini,
Ai'll'lel ,ta i.ll " ill,, ! 11,0
oandidata if ks sadsessd lha tsrohlMtorj plaak In tho
platform.
A Cinemnati mereliant doesn't w;i'?t tin' TO*
cent Bet?MB ti the Chamber of Cniiitnetf?? of t'i it eny :n
fuvi r of pcst?.oiiln_ :iie resumption <.' I ',.
. BBS ..i?'.' In 'ir.it'.?n BftbeNSl *,-ntl?n x '? ?.'?'. 't
tii'.ly, sad ass wrifen to Thr Turin rftetd[0 dol fttnnbHs
abolit lt. Ile r.-iys Hint at thS BlSCtlS : Wt ItS th ? :
Nan was paused uotnioretb?n one t":ith of the en' re
BaSaahsrship was present, v.?! net u.ore than ou, i
of Cie BO-then pi', aa I t??'???. in tati rsf thet
?o thai tbe vote whte issir A li '.i ???? r saioust I
tbtvn oiie-tniinetii of the BicwiHer* ilp ,?f tii. ?
He doe.? i.ot ?ay thai -sU M <? sthei t asnty inue-tblrtl tha
me opiMMSd ??. the i'im?I.i'!iiii, but .limply *tlial the 1-eSB
u.? tases BaBBaala ts asahhas?
Tlio Colored Haidist St ite Cunvi:itii?n of
Louisiana has unanimously adopted tu.see resolutions:
"Th.it ?rshavs snsha-SBsJ sflt- pets? aad thaBkfshMas
the spult an.1 pBapSSB "f l'rc?i lent II.'iv. * to a,.
our peop'e tie ir riK'.l<of coii-cl"Uce, und lo evtrtid tl
tin-in tli.ii ifeSJS of P'ST-r St ch ein |
tin i.i ot BBB-frewlon, seennty and li.iopln, a*, 'lh.it we
?aeoa-Blas m the reeaal api" iBtas-ats to offl , In
ana a ,'.-t. n.il'i.itioii on leepe-l-'f .ni i ',.'.-f M i ?
to build up m our m ;?i i pewswISal ?i! 1" '?.' ?""!
BleTBt? the coiored p ?;'!'? " Th? C.I Bl I
toll i\e fall r? l'i'-ir i eoaee Htteaof wti.?l I? Be I '
as Mr. W ..le and the lender be II IS I ?Hi ?? ? ? BSVS,
desiaits tiie ??a. lag a: 'l i m., m -le I "t i ii. aal ?
r.. n. Oai-eld 108-M to '?o ??no gf the fptf
Repnblieaas m o'ilo ?vho have tin- b.ieirboa?
?heiu coir.'.tio t?.. lie s.ivs a-aakt-f that the par! *
always bun MSTaBSa?I m UM i?BBi when If li .
faithful l" I's liar 1 ?iioiey principle, ami lia? been !?
f, it.d sv,i tt BBS BBSS SB-SS. He bell-res tbe |h opio
u, ,. ,? seated on ths iii.iin'i ?i ?in --*r. ? -1? i'v th
of l-?T.'v. un.! he is In f ivor of ItUSttag t?. Ik
ii.ii, PJs SBBBBS8B SB effort? ti BBBSSl IfcS gSBBI f "?
Ait, and rtdM He? tli,' Ids i >?f t .
ntg to c- ?!'>-? ?-?'.- stirer, win u afl t_e other asi
' -.' (II |o It. H' i- I . 'li?' ' ? ' ???? ?I "' " ' i
i?.'.s. nc i noil-ve* tha paepts s^?. ?r ni-?in
I....I-' ,i tho prsvalUas weshns?*?ol Otto S ? ?
tu - isaal] Islh to ss lafTo* . ? i |< i>n i aii
Thi IfeW-Torfc "lawyer n.iim ?l N"
leaps mi vo'i.uy lo ths front m s e.?r, 1 Tie r>-?l ?
name II Msrsss >'? Lfl Tl >. k M kl '
certificate t,f th. p.?lri.-al ?-...i,. -
toward t.ic i'l'i'.-l.lclit lh.n l? snl II..- puMI ?
from Mr. Niirtou. but he BVBSBBtl| rr-i'
lini'.ty SS an titicointunnly (1?e t.no l-ni ptr?<?esi I
tissaient, for ho rusliea h.'?_lls>?i|t into BakBkSapBSp! ? 'a
t - siiciiile rsskSeS, inlill? ??ill ' bimxHlf U> l'r. i iit-W
Haw?: "Ill? uns that I am s |?ei-??o-i_J si d ;
fiiotid of Mr Se'iUorCoiik'ttiK; M- t I rSSBBSl khS
the'l>intel Wei?s?-?r' of tho Amoei'-an seiiste; ,?a..l i?-*t
I be w.w? u?- oliol.v for the noraln.??!?a 1?? that I ?_i ?n?1 ?
I all.'d oltt?e nsw Blletl l?y yourself ; but wlien tit? BSSBSSS
Mon BBSJ ?isea tu pan. I rbeerfulljr took th? i
fleld, and for every ?tar while ii?.i SSsalSBl ? ?
moni inaitv.-iul.io ixntc.l lasted, 1 was found in tit? 0 nt
raaks, fully armored wllb the BaSBBBB ltep?ibbraa
ar?ior. ami, with the flus of r_y nstirs latid B-sa
rahiavl up. I fotijrJat the food Scbl of l^heiiv. I im " >:>d
the Constitution, and nevet wavarsd It Uis ltepuhl.<-a
baitl- Uaea until you, lu the pnsssiis of Uks Ainsr. sn
people, put your liaud u,?on tus sacrod b,i?k ami IM?
U|Hin yourself thea?le_-n ostb of your hlyb ?s-avs; nor do I
uuw aaTtr.uor a HI 1. -iiUl Uisjrksud o.d fl*s ln*?t '?-*??

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