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QUnuscments and fllcchngs ^^9|_|__
Booth'* Thfatke?" Rlcbclieu." Boata.
11R..A1.WAY I'llKATKE*-" 1 W IdTOM MaJD.
Unn Avi.Mra HA_wHeller?fl Woadera.
LtCKUM Tbb itki:-" Tbe Two lliiaimad-.
MlBLO-B GABDBB?" Peep O' l?ay, eic.
I'Aiii; ln ataa?*______????
.?V;,:;!^;.7:;,^K^Ml-''A(-cle.,ateaCafle.'
WAIXACBw TllKAT-Hv?" H.tltM.1
Acai.k'.m ot Daaaea-water (?,.*<* Exhti.ttion.
Ai -im Ml "K Ml Mi -K" -ix'li < OOb - H.ill.
r u k ii hi: Mib-ixii-11 : J- mi"- Wha All.oe.
Haa A.M1...KU.N MrM*.i'M-li.iy and B.TBBla?. Waiwj
KBW-TOBB AQt Altll*M-l):ivniiil Evcint"-'?
3ndcx io _ADncrtiGcmciiio_
Ami'.i*iikms-:w rff.r-.'.ib ni"i ?tli eolomaa.
Board .au Room?8d _"?ae??'"?tli coIobib.
J't-tM-- l'HAKCB8 7f/i /'(.'/(-''tt. (.)?''"?
U,-biN,nb n..tii-4*4?Hh Eaue-1A rolomo.
(,?:,-i,i:Mi.,N \...in--7.'( Eaat-Otb ?;<> ii i.n.
Il_-, i\. 4i M'KMIK--tif/1 /Vli;(*->tH H'.lilllll' ,
iliViilisi' No.i'ti-7-v. /'.(Vi-.-.... -.u.i etb i"'*uLina
luiv OOOIM4- ::d Ptoaa?6tb eo uraB.
I'i-iak. uv 7'/i thuw?5tb coluuia.
Full ABT. Bd .???<??--Mii i-fii.nin.
i'i-iiMinii i-M laur-t'Ai .-..Iiii.. i
liu; -I- t\H FABMB WA14TBD- .'?' '
lii in; \M 7th l'atje-tito ooiBUin.
IsBTit!*?:i!..N-?i/A POQi -itl. BBd .".Ui i-iiitnti-..
l,. in- imi >1ei riBoa-Sd /v.i-.-tiii. columa
}___? .Vn Fottm>-6M /'<('/? Stb oo nion.
W iim im.--im' blABTaia. *3d/wge-4tb eolBBBB.
Ma l i ...I- AM' Dl viii-?"'/" /?..(?'-!;'Ii<'..ltil.i!i
Mi-l'tH\M..f-7/A f,.?.-..tt. aotaaaai Bta ittgc-oth
uiiii (I .i i "iniiit)''. ...
M, M, .1 Ib-IIM Ml-NT*--:.-/ T-rr.-r-.tli ollimr.
KBW I'i t'i" 4TIOBB-6M /'n./r*?Ith OOlBloa.
i'iii,!',,?M -- (>'/i /'(/(-/.?.".tli coluuin.
K in F..K _Ui_B-ClTY-3d }'r,/e-'Ml ectoniB:
\I.-i nii'i !w I'.ifi*.?'.il coi.iinii ; io __J&a_OB-M
.'?i./r-lM co uiini.
Pai i - BT \i . li.'N-'Ad Enne -4tb colium.
Bavibg". Bakb.?7f? fo._?Bi li eolnma.
ITI' 1*1 NOTU I.-*??">/* -"(((/??-titli i iililltltl-..
.!,, u!,.s- \v..N.f*..->i\>.Ks-..i7. Ptwa-Sta ealaaaai
faMiirn flth I'U'/t -".iii I'l'iuiiiii. . . , ....
Mi (v.V.4 1.4 am. ..Aii.iioAHti-W i'wf-4ih aud 5th
BtYVm.'i.--. ori-AN?7th I'ltae-VAh (Dluniu.
'li ii niKB-tif/i Eaat? 5th eolimin
Till* BAl i 81 4flO-t?3d /'..'?(-.Uii c-.liitnn. ______
?I.. l.ii-'nv l'lto.'.itiv-:;./ faae-itt eolaami
coimhv-8d Page 4tb roJaaaa._
'?</<?---itl coltimni
Cneincss XoucfB.
Foi the atnoiitit of rreenbacka ont?tandiiig
l>.. "!',,i i. 1-77. leeTna Tbjbi xb aumaiiac ron 187B,_
_,. One and Au..- Are yon anfferine from
,,,. _i, ,'.,',.. -.BtiitiiH, bronihltn ei aay of t ?e varkroa pui
Xiioi ni. lt I'lTl.'.'B !!.:?'-.t.i, ni. in ? "ii-'.ii'i'i.: "?'. '.; ? ,
*>VllHi,'K- I'l Itl (' I' I.IMIi'.H.AM' 1 'v".-i ??'?' "' ',-'.'' ?
r, ; "li. i!'-i-i". (iiiink i.n I'.n.'ii"". i'it a ;? - iti"> pr;'*
mi.rtbi ibe medical faculty MauutM i-nly byA. B. Wu,
BOA ChemJat. Boflton, 8old l?y all 'trn g}___ ._
illi; Ni.W Cl BE l"': LtTNO DlSEABEU.
IT, , K I NMV l'!--"l VKD
ln -mr" aM handa_a.li! w.nr maab, hueconper wi, --.---y. ti.e
i?,.a" -.?;,,i? nii.i.,..iv. TbereUal.feai.lelr. a
iitnei. ; : irallo , canbu hadol ua. IK" k Cflndy. 30(-. per
., nuii Yi.ii "iiiv liivctii imt ibem top-lbei nnd -
-'riM-rt:,'-!:'." ponnd. 10 I rallon 'I I! KIBB k ;"'":'"
-L.r.l.ai.tTB.Ot* l,iiii..ii--.i..:.i).l7.".Miioa.lw-iy. K-'-l'ii-';. d lt-.^
])aii v i BiBtrMB. Mail Mi'.-ci'ii. ra, .-!?> per bbi
f-iMi-W i im yTkii'i ni. Mail Snbaeri'H ra, fiipt t an
>\ RBKLT TB1BI NL. M.lll Sn!,.-.'l iln-r-. f1-' |? l aiiliutn.
'Iciiiih. ci.-l, iu inivani-.'. ___________
FOUNDED BY HORACE QREELEY.
TUE8DAT, PELBR0_VR\ 5, 1-7*..
TBE Ntt BtS III i.'i MOBMNO.
r'oKKi.'N.?The Czar Itii-. ma o an addreaa to his
triK.ps, in whiciilie aaid that tbej aboald coatiBaa
to iiolil tl'e.n-elve.B pcefarod nutii a daral i paaci ia
Bi-cund. =-= Ausiriu has Laeoed iBYitatiooa to a
c-.,!ifi-ietne on the Kuiop.-iin qoeatioaa eoaiteeted
iviili tlu- Ku-.Hi.-Tiirki.il WBT. Iu tlie
Britiah ll.mse of ConaaioBa Mr. Gladatooe
euii^ ated that an addreaa te tae I ro ra ahoaid lake
the plaie-.f the profoaedrota af eoaMeaoaaad aap
bIiiihi utarj cr.-.lit; the QoTaraaieBl '>?''??. t.-.l aad
tha debate w;i> adjoarned. == lhe Greek trwpa
Laveearii'il DaBoeo bj aaaaait = lhe i affn
war i*- iieiiig vi?nriiiisl.v proaeeated.
DOMKMIC?Ki'i'iitiliians in \Vyshiiit't'>nh..ve lirld
B colit'eit-nce 10 (lecule how to ].' itOCi the Ket lli DiDf
Board.-: An anulyaiaof the Wood iaiitl Hill if
lalampbad toTil.-: I'ltuu-NK to-.ltiy, by it.-v \V;.-!i
liictnii Botraaaaadaat. == Cartei Hai-riaaa wUl
brinff in B hill to thc Hotisc for a Civil *-ct-vice
Departinelit. == Ex-GoTaBBM Well. .!l.;'-'_i
i|,r.'.| BfaaaaU nnd wa? l'.lceil in jail at
Nfiv-Orl.-aiis; Aaderaoa-a tri i! la progfeaalBi. =
The.iitlit'i-of tha anaeked Uotropolia aay that tha
ht.iiinci Baa*aBaawrlhj. hai a tabadb loadod-====
Two luil-. ict- radaefa-fl expenaea on t:.o eanala areia
inir.iilii.e.l in tha Hew-Yorh Ueetnbly. = The
hall for reanraagtaf the aaida oi Newarl paaaed the
Maar Jeaaey Haaaa,
CaMBf-f-a.?'In-the Baaata, jreatarday, a sraal
nutiii). i "f netitious wiit areeented tn i i*i_ir.l to sil
v. r. tbe tariC ete.; Mr. Beeh oflered aa ameadaient
t,, ;?. i i i)iii. and Mt. Bayard apoka tiKiin.-t tha
i umi wiiUp?'iik next. ?-r^_- In tho Hoaaa,
-. 'ii'im tbe riile-i, -.nd onler aa liicom.
tl. i,i:: , poited, imd t-o aatbufiaa nbeoai
liu..,.-. loTrat-gattat Ti..i8nry expcinliturea to
tliiM-i. Wttt .;elealcl f"i lack ot '.vo-thildfl,
CliY abD Si iu p.niv.?llcnry W. Qeeet mirreiiil
.laeU reatacday, . ml wa* lni.l in ij;_:r..O()()
haQ. *--= Mi'iiioriola to f.'mtgres'i agr.inst ailver
h .ve Leeti j.i.|.i.-l l.y lhe ..i.riiitte.. appointeil
at tba rc .! t hankiiis luei-tiiio; a-.d by ti.e
II nud nf Trmli! inni Traiiaiiortatiim. Uaitod
- ? . liiitids nrr eoaiiag ta thia eonntry (raa
BhieBwi Ib bnrgiT faaatitiaa = Cattlag ol fr<-n.*ht
rate-i i-eiiiit; il. aatwrthataadtagthaeoaapaBiea
?ledgi -. uperint.ladeal Wailing tbiaka tliat
tbe l...\ i i Bai BBBM u ay lie the tnie Charlry Boaa
i.-tint..i. waa piv.-n yaaterdayia tho idi
pi-.-n-hni.-nt ti I nf Ju-itico Unliy. - - Tuin
Biauy'f l'-iiioi. ? ic appaajaata h.i.i a Meatiog.
Leetatea ^ere aaUvarai hy ihe Ber.
II. <;. .-j'litil.Iinjr. ihe f.'.v. l?r Hall, Ji. ?**?. Lobiagiai
and .?' GaM, VrAy, 108, 1 -. Gold
Talne af tba lagaMaadac il?.llHr at tba doae, oh
cenU. ttaaba more a.tix- and low. r, . BMBBf ataadjl
at tba (1 ??' h:ie.
'1 hi Wi AiiiKB.? TruntwE loenl ol.-erv.'itiona In
iliente pradaaHy huleaaiag wnruith hik! partia!
i-loiiiiii aaa. 1 hataa _aatei .'..?t. u>. 17 ,8fl . 30 .
Mr. i.l' raf tati wiih ? biti.r diaappoiatment
yi-t.idty. Hc nske.l *k nni-f.iou of tha ilouac
to diuilc hituaelf np intu aevcriil .iib-coiiiiiiit
t.-4'a un.l apl i otl in ull dlraetlaaja, witli pawaf
io nbpaMi tne* wkeh Tuited Btatea und im
jiriiion any citizen ou t-i-rlit. All t!iie Ui iu
-|1t_tifB.t tlie e_i)?'i)dit;.r.'f4 ol lhe 'I .fii-iiiiy
lV|i:'iiiii?'i'i, which i Mfpaaad )<> ba rtnnttd
iii W i-liinartoii. The Hawa couiiliii nakc np
twii-tliiiiia of itH miml in favor ol tiu- idea,
anii Mr. (iim r will i.inniii U latagnl and
liiscniiii'iiliil al.ito--in.iii.
Yi fti i.Iii.v't. ni.itiiiK of tho i'maid ot Trado
and TiaaapoilaHiwi raaoain-endtd to tba
liaiiks of tlc Unit.-d Slatc-N tliiit, m tlio ovi nf
Of tho BOaatfa of ihe Illand lnn. t't.y at moo
take MMM " to cotiKidor j,"'!'l v.iluos .1. lli.
-? Mtantli'id. at J>ar, ni.o ?, nto ull other valm??
" at u ili-c.iiiit or |i( mi'. in tin n upon, tbere
-? hv ?akiog goU ooin the nioiH taiy -tainlinl
?'of v. Iim llironuh')!;! th< I'nit.d Sint.--.'' If
tin ro ia any fault tO ba fonnd with thc rcroin
iiiei,ii.,'ii.>i, if Utbai it eooteaaplatea awaitiog,
i: ? nl of ii!iiiii|i;it..iK. aht pMMf* of tho
JUand l.ill.
; ii.iiiiv tbal tbe in.x-t uiii't'iul.-ii't;.x
in tba i..o!it bleteij ol tba aauutry will ba
Bgaia ir??:j?t-"-.? -nl- ?"(?(?! | i ) Ic f.iBt iin'K
llu-.nii-ooiiiinitioc artdeb haae_u_rga oi tba ln
fi rn nl l.'.-vi nii*. Hill ni thc l!o.i-o it un.iiii
Bioti-Nlv >i: favor of n cnai Imjf tin. inoonio tax,
B ina.ioiity of tho Wajt md Mean. C'oinmittoo
ia ln li.-v.d to he of a like opiinori, and tho
Baajaa yeatatday aotra .? leaalaUaa in
Btrmiiiij? tho jiicjiaiiilion ot atioh a
Bi-i 11 withm tl. von fflJtaa of t.v -t Im i'a
of tlioM' preiu-iit. Wliile thc ro.-(il"tion faikd
for wiint of thov voti?*, a cleai taaie ity of
tlio ivliole BaaajBJ ix on iceoid in favor of n
i-iiii. tinir lhe tax. Some nn mli.is mav have
voixl for tbi lo-Boltitioii nmioly to Jili.l-O siicli
pt ojilc aa aro ?ti|ij>((sed to liko to we OaUgBBBB*
Bien fhcddiiiK crooodile tciin. over the hard
tiim'-, oi luakiug tliint,'.. Lot for tho "im- mio
"elaaa," bnt anch gtaaibara, iR all proiaa.iility,
wonld be aruoug tlie tiist to vote in tlie tai
itaelf. '_
The Consular nml Diplomatie Appropriation
Kill i.i g nevcrely ec.nioiiiical BIUMMTB. It re
dncea the aalatlafl of the fa.ur prfaelpel JCaav
ters ona-sevcntii euch, rediiccs tlm fuilaila-* at
taehed to Baaaa af tlie less iinporti.nt ihh
sioi.s I.v i.ciulv .?iic-f(.iiitli. anal, ba-.si.le mak
Ing aaaaa furiiKi* ehaagee of tlm aaaM aort,
iinn?*? tlu- miaaiona to Balfhna aad tlio Heth
erUuids eati-ely. Othai auallei lagatiaM are
alao to be closcd, anal tlie Consiils-l.ciieial IW
txeated ta etan more rigid rettenchmeat thaa
tha diplomatie BgenU. Soinc of tbeae
changea,jf not all, are in tlm dircctinn of the
wtoleaaM refonn whieh Mr. Hewitt Ravera.
Whicfa i? ihaplj the abolition of tlie antire
diplomatie service.
Prince Harrv Genct haa treareal us to
what BMBM to be aboat the lft-t poeaible Bblg
Miipiise. Twaed- inelndrnmatic elTccN 9X0
ezbaaated, nnd lm baa baooaae ? BHHHrtonaona
old paraoBa Almoat all tha- laadiag men ol
the Hiiip have made tlieir peaee with tlB' elty,
OT, like Coinioli.v, will never be seeii Bgaffl OB
this si.le of the wata-r. Pl_MB Hairy has
rcnppi-arcd uni-pca-tclly, takJBg np his c:ip
tivitv xThere he lefl it ofl' t'our yeara niio; nnd
BOW ll is searccly possdale that tl.e nncxpccted
Bhoa-d happes, nnleae, ladaad, Mr. Thomaa
C. Pteldi BhooW pnbliely aniioiince tliat
be bad fonnd bia eoaaeienea i" Canada.
1'iinee Haity has eoine baak, no doobt hav
mg reacbed the conclnaioa tbal it was b ababhy
thing ior a princ, to raa away, even fnnn a
Bentenoe for obtaioiaa mooey ob talae pre
teiices. He alues not ra-tiiin with the aUghteel
iiita'iition of going to jail. bat in aearcb o! a
thaiiicter. It ia to be haapcal he may get it,
for sildom has there been a Boble peraoa \xh.a
needed it more.
Mr. W.nad's tariff laill liitaa anffered two mla
fortonea of opposlte kinda?firat, that of too
mucb piiviH-y; beronri, tbal ?>f too mucb pub
licity. It wi.rt r.iii-tnictcd in Hi"' ("iiiiniil
ri...ni, withotil nlla.xviii ? l!ieiiii|>"itant Intereata
affected to be beanlj it baa been pabliebed
in tbe crade atate in which it eomaea
from the Boh-aommlttee and evea before its
i.ainiiil Babmiaaioa t.i tbe fall Com
mitt-c ob Waya bb ! Meano. It- imperf??etioB8
are ko Banaeroa*, bowerer, thal the pablie baa
reaaon to be gratefal ratber than otherwise
for thia aadae baati on the pari of the _nb
ommitteeto make knowa ita binndera, whkh
the fall Coiiiinitti ?? iin now ln- ajboarn bow to
eorrect. A earefnl analysis of tha- bill, wbicb
\xill Ix- tdiitid iti our W'.ishin?tiiii allK
piii.iics, Bhowa "'..ai ehaagaa are made bj
lt, nud h.ixx cii.cic--. in Bome reap?ctB,al leaat,
iis conBtinction h.is be*-. Bome oi the aeem
ingly aftgbr. bnl atill exaaparatinf thfflcnltiea,
whieb tbe Uaato ia offlcera bare been waitiag
tn >.(? the llv-t tariff bill eorrect, are nol
toncbard Bl al!, and Ih. re nre COrtOOJ incon-i*
teBciea in tlu- nev i'iiaviMaiii.1 ol the meaaan..
Altogether, it lafortanate that the ia.ll h;is n
committee to go throagb before ii reachea tha
lloiise. _
TBE INDBFINITkNEBA <>T REFORB.
There Baemfl tai hc ;i greal aariety of opin
Iobb aa to what Clvil BenrieB Reform bbmbb.
Tbe phraae haa becooie *?<.iwhal backneyeji.
n ixpi-i si'iits in the .iia-ti.ut. we Boppoee. the
iil.il (il illlpliaVclil'Tlt ill the ('a.Viilllliellt scl
nce. Dieaatiafbction witb the methoda of ad*
tninistiiitKin, the rale ol appoiotaieata, th
character aif pnblie offlctala. the man-ga -
ment of bn-i_wa? in abect, iiii tht
i-ntire a-poils BjateBi?caaae lo !? so k?"
eral and ?o orofoaad dnring the la-i
Ailminisuation, tliat tln-re grOM a popaht. de?
maad for a ebaage, and tlu*1 ileoiaBd toaod
exi eeaioB in a eort of clainor foi rixil 8cr?
vice Refonn. ExiatlBgJ evih iind abaaoa
were so patent, anal tbe deal-ahleneah
tii reform waa to ohfion_, tia.it la..tli partiea
aaeemed equallj bateiae-ted ia ita hror, aad
(,..1, .. i ,\ aa- bardened politiciana v ??
tared to opp.i-e it opeoljr or Baeer al
it ;is i delnsKHi ol inniiiicticnble tlic.ni-ta. Sn
we have had it loBcribed on bannera, anal set
np i" platforma, and guabed oaer in aewapa*
jxrfi and on the ftiim.i m B looate geaeral way.
till it baa eome to b_-bb anythlay hepleaweatu
aojbody and nothtog at all toererybodj. Ii it
i-M-r bad inciiiin;;?and it did acemto meaa al
one time * nniTrraa] aapiration f.ar boneai
(ii.v.T'iiiiieiit and purOT pa.lili? il baa luen
l.aiitcn .uit of it Im-'xx.cii the p-'iiticiai.s uni
tbe partiea. To-daji it is aa emptj of
Bigniflcanee aa ? ka ttle-driiin, aod ii oalj
l)!ili*.raal apoa tO inaixC B noi-" ard call B
crfixvai Duing all the l-riooa agitatioa
of t!i<' Bobject, wi.de atnatciir atate men
were formalatiBg Bjatema nnd ndopting
rnlea, estabh hiag eompetitife examinationa,
and layiag down regaiatioBa for promotiooi and
in vitri.aiis waya arraagiag lor th" milleaaiam,
iin. TitinrNK, an aaraeat ii? any of them for
Mi'i.-t.inlial iiii|.rovenient. in tho Hcr\;?c, l.-n
takiofl no atoeb ib any i.f the spi-iiniK-ho.'k nd
fteograpby methoda, iaaiated thal tbe reai s'.'cn-t
of tlie whole baaio-aa xv.-i-^ in h.iving an
appoiotiag power morcd by aa boneat mi;iI
BBBelflafa pnrpos'', aml gjoTerned by aoood eom
nion acose i in otner worda, thal tha only prac
lical way to reform Him I ml Benriee waa ta
begin at the bead and eleel ? Preaideal who
eoald be tiu*t. 1 to Biake aoeb ajipoiotinenta
as wonld, withont tha intei ventii.ii of mlea, or
.v*.tf!iis, ot ixaanb, or comg-t-stona. tbem*
pilv.s iiiMire tbe reforB-B ale liintlad.
'1 bai Kili'l of refonn wonld n(?t have needed
I oclamationa of proooBeiameatoa or any greal
Boori-b of trompeta to berald it. lt wonld
baaa ajaaa qaietly oa withont adrerti-iBg ita
porpoaea or aeeompliahed reaolta, nnd we
eoald havo bad, if nol I ie atillenBial Civil Ser
viee which Ihe lei'oiiiieiH nnd. rl ike tn
Initii:, at leaal i Benriee greatly parifled
aml hnprored. Bul the Admtniatration hii
lu-n earried away with tlie aame ratber tban
the thing itaelf. Tbe Preaident'a pnrpoae to
reform tlm aenrlca?beyond qncatioo earneal
god aincen?him been s.> widely adTertiaed
tiKi? hc eannol by aay poaaibilitj meel pnblie
ezpectation and UU the bill. For there ara
Bcareely any tw*o meu to whom the word re
form ntieana tha- aame thing. With aome it lm-.
;, Mi, . mbroad tbal nothing ihori ol rcvoln
ticn will anawei tlieir erpectarlona; with otbera
.t m inis ? siiiiplc ebaage <>f rillage pi>-t
iii;i-(ci, whi.h nei bcini.' iii i.lc they loae faith
i. ereryth-flg, and aet down Civil Service
Uefoini as the i>pc. iai iuni j.iiili. illar linmbng
of the eeatary. lt la aaeleaa to andertake ti
Kj*ti-f> these penple xx iiii proclaniaiia ii , OT 10
l;iy ont any pNgnUBBM of lefcini ixlnch will
iiitiiciy "'iit them. Wbea t m- I'rch'h nt aaya,
or soiiu; (uie 8ay? lor him, in a large aad
eirnsive xvay, "W-- prapON to pmify tl.e imhlic
"Mi\i.( ; to appoinl only bm n of tbe higbeal
"character to offlee. to reatora aU ineom*
" petenf and BBtraatworthj Beera, nnd aap
"iii',.t.' oflea*hold__g frcm politics," it aooada
aacomatonry wella What ii meaaa to Mr. Mal*
iin;, of l'l.dtink, \n tbal l'ilcliei*. I i Podaah
i mtmaetofi i? io be armaa/ad aad ba (Malliaa.
iipiKiiiited in his plic.-. Aml winn that is
done, Mr. 1'ilchi-r suya: "Idon't see |_iucb re
" form in this; there-. been no purification in
"1'odtink;" und he takea a baek-ftcat
and aalka. Whal it ntaaaa to aaa
theorist i* that eva-rythinjr ia to be apael
immediat.ly, e.-pecially the thiiiirs which
have griered bim peraooally. nml a aew and
l.ctti-r order cstahlishcal, in whi.h ha- aball l>c
eonsnlt.al nnd have Iim way. And wheB
tbia aloesn't happea, ba either paaa ta
tho rear aad grambhai or keepa ap ? eea
Mant proddiog of tbe l'resident ta ladoee bim
to hiinv ii|> tlie milh nniiim. It wotiltl have
been b.'tter not ta have otlcred thosr people
so lnri-'a' a projrraiiiini', or indeeal any pTO
gramme al all, bnl to have goae oa and dooe
the-right aad proper thing as opportnaitj
came.
Reform la a very geoeral term. In eonnec
ti.Mi witb tba Ciril Benriee, it moana too many
thiage to be earatoaBly nedertaken. Jnat at
this time in Maaaaehaaatta. for laetaaee, it
mcans the d-fcat of Siininons in his efflnrt ta
Baeare a reappoiotaieal a? CoileetoT af <li<- Porl
of Boatoo. The aa_-8lmaBona people are
v.rx fond of the l'lesident, and a-pccially
deligfated aith hu derotkw to C_i_ Serviae
Reform. They ara not awara that bhe Prcsi
deal baa ma-le any mlatakea?yet. Thev aay
the Reform is irettiiiK en HphMialidly, and thaa
rejoiee in his cotisistency and firmiicNs, aad pat
bim ea tho haek aad teU him t"
kcap rlghl am ? in Ihe way he Inis
begnn. To do thaa. a>f eoaraa, he araat bt
Siniinmis pa. It wonld never do to appoint
siniiiiiaiis again. No?refoT_i eoald ataad that.
lim anppoee, after all, the PreaideBi abonld aay
t.i tbeae reapectable peraooai M__B__o_e haa
"made a tfiaaiil i .illi-at.ar ; BM beea faithfnl,
" boneat, aml rompeteol; anal it in my notionof
" reform to eontinne him in oiiiee." w bai woald
the umi-Bimroona reformera thiab af thatT
Wc do im-t know thiit this will h.-ippen;
it is siii.l, h.'W.-vcr, that, it l.s qoitC
prohaUea li bi to be boped in any ereat tbal
tbe Prenidenl will aae Iim own Jndgaient,
i..l,ii.x.i atay be the effect, anal perbapa bc
xx ill diaeorer bj aml hy thal the way to re
ti.im tbe <*i\il Benriee, is i" reforto, aml nnt
xxii-iai worda a.x.i it. Tbere are other tbioga
t.i ln thottgbl Of thal) the I'll-t.alii Hot-M III
RoattoB, aml a.ther folka boides Miissachilsetlrt
folka .mal Bimmoaaee.
LOsEBS BT im .*?// Vi l: BILL
Tin' nu,-;. i,: Bflaertioaa of the adroeatea of
imliiiiited ailrer are thiit wben II ia made
l.-.al-tctid't, tbe losa will fall aan boodboldera
and eapitaliata. We propoae to Bhow li<?'*??
three claaere of people, tbal eaa bardly be
conated aa belongiag t.a the bated ranka
nt tba wealtby, maal looe aa Immeaaa
amoaal al maaej witaia aaa year atter
tbe BUva Hill beCOa_?ea a ln\x. Naa i-tiinata< ia
made ia theea ealcnbttiona <?f the additioaal
loaaea whieb linancial paaic and eomaiercia]
disaatera are likelj ta l_t_Uet| tlit* laeeitable
),<>? l.'X tbe ilepl'i'a lilti'all of tlu ('iivein
ineiit booda iiml tbe money af tbe
country la alooc eoaaidan-d. Tha namber
..f people direiily conc rned m theae eatimatea
i> c. 11.iinly maeb over a millkm, aad may ea
? -,id ixx.i milliaaiis. Tbej are the ownera of
depoaita In aannga baaka, aad of potiaeiea m
life iin.i I'nc iaaarahee eompaniee. Ae tbe
stiiti'iiKBta i.n l'-TT ara mat yel pabliahed hy
ihc bunking aad in-inai.ce departniente, aml
will noi i>.- f..r ia iin.iitli, the eatimatea are
niii.lc npon tlio Bgnrea of tba picviinis
xi ;ii; luu tbere i-. reaaoa foe bettering thut
aimiiar calcolationa, applied te htal year- Bta
tlatica, xx.ml.l 1'ix'c n? large if i""t greater ra.
aalta. Ab eatreate allowaaaa baa beea Baada
in the eatimate af the proportioo a>f earreacj
imii.|s wbicb the baaka aad eeaapaaiea BMty be
Boppoaed to bold, afaaee Baefa baada nn- not
aaUJect taa an eqaal decbae with theae thal
,,ii- payable ba goldj aad for thal and otbei
reaaooa Um tot.ils of loaaea maal !??? fai within
tlu I.n ta.
Taking lirst tbe life laaaraaee eompaoiea:
ilic-i' aatboriaed t" al.a baataeaa in thbi Btat*
,,, mi ii"!?l eraaiderablj more thaa$25,000,000
nf coin-ixMii'if-' iioiial-. If tbeae bonda ara t"
i,;,v ailrer dolbtra iaatead of gold, they xvill ne
wortb .it leaal B_ per eeal leaa, beeaaae (al
tlie dill K ;?((? in Value of tli*- ln. tals m tin
,,,;,,. 'iin- ci.iiM'iiiant laa-s of aaaeta will
apply directlj to redoce the amoaal
which tha' iiiiiipiini.B cun dirido among
tlnir policy-boidera. Thera will ba *-.
400,000 h m for dirideada. In rooad
iiiiniiia-i-s this wiii Inereaae tha- eaeb pan <af
ibe premiiuna to be paid by aboal T, pereent
rhttl is, iln' boldera ol life iaaoranee policiea
tli<t>llglioal tha- ciiinlry?cliietly pa-oplc i.f rerj
moderate meaaa?will have topaf ."> ea nta .an tbe
ilollarmoro tliau they otherwiae woald, larenea
big their bumraaee daiiag the year. They maal
iii.i.i'c tlns lo-s aolely oa aceoaat oi tha di
plCCl lliaall Of I'aa'.'a illllllllt lioilds wlli.ll BTC
then made payable ia silver. If there ia ->
greater da-proeiation beeaaae ai tha- h.s? ot na?
tional ni di', ihe policy-botdera aill hare fa.
pay B-Oi. eaabi Pnt a beariei loaa xxili _ail
npon thoaa whoae polieiea nuttora by death m
; ln liii.it of the coiitiaet. 'ihe m-xx-ij_i!c
widoW| whea abe ia paid ha r haaband'a life
inaorance, xxili kcmtc mooaj trortb carraiBlr
?a ._, per oenl kaa than gold. monej tbal >\ili
only boy 90*_ eeata worth lo Ibe dollai al
anythlng nin neetla. Tha leaa hy bemgpaidin
depreciated eurraaey at tha atatarity ef lif?'
insiiiancc policiea, may be -Btimated for the
rear as 8)3,200,000. making, with what ha?
been tnuitionail, a total loaa to poHcy _oldera
of (15,600,000.
The liro Inaaraaee eompaaiea aothorlaed to
dn bneuneea in thia Btate havo beld naaally a
Bomewhal htrger amouni of Oorernmenl eeen*
ritlea; a aimiiar calcnlation applied to Ibeai
imi. :iMN iaiiicatea a loaa on the eoiu*-beariog
bonda '>t aboal af_l,700,000, Bsaay eompaniea
beiog omitted that bara no oflleea
ii ii-. Tbia loaa will rhiefry fall npon
mni n baaiaeaa, amkiag laaanuiee npon
gooda anal baildinga leaa aeeare and more
.,,|l\. The a^nni '.xill ba as cir-'Ctiiiilly dc
Btroyad as if il were barned in a larg liit*.
l-.vi niially, th people who reol bonaea or
i.n.in , and bay good-, v.ill pay for tbia do*
atrnction; nearlj all of ilia-m wifi paj it within
tha year. Al o, the ia nred loaaea bj i.n- xxili
be paid in ;i deprtcbtted carrracy. It will
bear rery bardly on a beeineaa maa,
after n Rra, aod whea t f i?*? amonnl thal tbe
eompaay \>i" piy haa been "adjaated" i?a
inilcli leaa lhan he bad boped for, to Iiml thiit
the p.ixi'ient will be made in money wortb
onl] 80 _ eenta on the dollar. The loaaea by
this proeeaa ?xdl be nol Ics< in a year thaa
$2,200,000. Total leaa a of Qre -lanrera, fnily
.-; 1,900,000.
Tl.e aaringa l*anb depoaitera *-vill lm va-ily
more _afortoBate. Bach banka. thronghonl
the I'nioii, bold aearly twiceaa mnch uf Gor
enuaeal Becnritiea aa the iaanraaca eompaoiea
of laa.ih idada tbat do boabieai in this Btate.
Their loaa hv the -epreeiadoa af eoia*b< ada
thal are ralned ns payiag Bilrer Iaatead af
gold, will be opward al ^",oo ,000, whieh m
more than 1 pereeatof their depoaita, Denka
that Inivc ja.iid inuic.s' ut C per nnt imisi
redaee it to 5 pei eeal if tbe BOrai Hill
h(coi.K s few ; if tin y lii.w pay B PM eent
iiiteii-at tbey cau thou onljr pay 4. Tbe
?Baaal withdrawals of money frotn aaviBBe
l.aiiks may _W eHtiniatcd at 46 POf eent of
the whole aum at the credit of depoaitOfi; if
they are j>aid in the deprceiated ciiironoy
which i-4 to lie li'Kal-tciidor in the new order of
all'.iis thoy wille/ot atoff wortb to them aboat
138,000,000 leaa than gold. 80 that the total
loaa of Mfiasa baab depoaitora will lio $17,
000,000. An a elarts they aie leaat able to
Millor Mich a torrilile intliction ; nnd tliey dc
(forvo it leaat, for their hank hooks are evi
(ltiioc that, thoiiKh P00C, thoy uie frOgoL
The entire lON for the three chisseu we have
iiiini.'il, will be, in u -.injjlo year, over $"i7,
000,000.
Tho foregotoff estimatfrt are has.-d as to pay
inonts in silver npon a ooinparison with pay
inontrt iu gold. Tho preaeol Ugfat piomiuin on
hoiiost uionoy could lie ea?ily oveicntno, nnd wo
iiu.'.ht make a jreiiiiine ret-nniplion of spceio pa.v
inontrt iu a Tew daya, if the iiii?(.mhlo
BcheoMI for rcpndiation and debOBed otirronry
,,,1,1,1 hc. ahofOd asidn pemiiiiioiitly.
Hul even M eonipared with our pieaOBt le;_iil
tender eiirreiicy, the hiih loot hy the silver
inania will he 050,000,000, 011 imiiraiices
and liiink Kaviiijrs. Greater Iohi-ch than eveu
thi* enoiiiioiiH rtiiin BNUt fODoW in all hranchea
of hnaiitfoa. when the blow is atrack at poblk
and privatc orcdit. Who will honelit hy the
.l.sti'iiotion T I'o.-rtililv, Imt not certainly, the
pinpiietorrt of a few ailver uiiiioa.
FORhSTRY.
The Nehraska Btate Uoard of Ajrric.ilture
appoarB to he a wide-awake and forehamh d
cirpotiition. Lookiog Eoatward aml beholding
the havoo made hy tho follor who bai
ri-on ui> Bgalnat the trecs of the tiold in tlie
older Btatea, tbeaa Nebraaka famora are 011
the alert, not only to warn tho waatoo nxe
ana, Innii tho rioh gTOWth of deoiduoits trees
along thoir lilnfl'-i and in their rivor bottoni**,
and lioin th.ii dettM DiDC foteata in tlie
Nortb, i-ni they rerognise tha derfmbiUty
ol plaoting foreet belta <'" ^1|<, blgh
and wimly le.els whi.h now aie treeleae,
atnl of ralarging ihe aeraagc <>f tbelr
tinili.r traot-. in OfdertO foraiab tin- beal coii
ditioBa w'nioh nioiloin arieeee pn- ri ilu s forpur
poaeaof BBTicBlture. Now, arbeneTeraa Amer?
ican oiii/'11 wanta .tn-vttiiti?_r done, be memorial
iara tbe Federal Gorernmenl to han aomebody
tlo it for him, qnite an natnr.illy as an Indian,
not taxed, tnrna to hia Greai Fatber for a freeh
Miipply ..I in in and blanketa. Tho Nebraaka
Btate Boaid of Agricalrure, tberefore, like prac
ti.iil lncn, have piomptly " iiniiioiiali/od n'uii
"greae tm an appropnation to 1. n.i a eommie
"bIob io Eumpeaa conntrieato uivi-.tiK.ito ihe
"niil.jo.t of .oreetry." Perbapa il never **n*r
aeated itaelf to theaaagrienltoriata that poeai
i.ly tiu- Btate ..r Nebraaka taiiriil mili/e aneh
I.n.ni led-'.' of foreatry iw it already poeeeaaed,
au.l naaage, iritbool nneb aeaiatance, to do
aometbing to eneoomge tbe enltivation of for
aata and diaeonrage tbelr deatractioo. Tbera
w. iM h.' aotbiag praetieal abonl aneh a angaea*
tion. It would henn-American. Bnt a foar weeka
iiK'.. tba (ioi.inoi of a aovereiga Btate. in bia I
meaeage t.i lhe Lenialatoie.alluded aritb mach
freliagtotbe oeglected eonditioa of ymgmvc
abere adiatiagiUabed citiaeo of their eommoo
w.alth lay bnried. Did ba appeal to tboae
patriotk law-makera for iin approprialioii
I,. deeorate tba reating plaee of their dead 1
oh. no. llo reqneated tho Legialatare i<? no*
Btorialbw Coograaa for a monument. Now, a
Gorernment whi.h eaa fnraiah pardon aeeda
and lin-i ;it 1110 and beadatonee ior d..
ceaaed atateamea aad "troopa" and ??ed
,.,.,1,1,1, f..r ii.. peopla*1 ongbt to
l.ri ahle to supply a good artielo
oi foreatry to anybody who happeoa to
think ho wanta aoaae. And bere come oor
W. -Ni 11 liiilliKii with a good oa-o. Redtiog
imi* ilio ainatoiir woodchoppera in otber laoda
havo madc tba cliinato Bfettei and dn.-r and
botter and eatder than it ongbt to hc;
hitvo brongbt sprin^ freaheta and Sum
111.r dronghtfl and early Anlinnii froata
.md killiag Wintet wwda, aml have
niihiiiirod tba or.hr of thinga geoeraBy. No
bntaka eomea t<> Contreaa and a-krt for for?
eatry to fortify beraalf agaiaat tbeaa perila.
\\ liv imi T Whal la il"' aaa of a general
governmeot witb no paternal yearning t<> go
into thc niir-erv bnaineaa and Minl mii yoiiinr
treeannd graWnc-wai,along nith it* flower*
-nd- and Bgrieultoral reportaito rnral rotera.
Bnl arhy aend a "eommiaaioi to Enropeau
"eoontriea to loveatigata tho rabjed ot for
".-etryf Bretbren, what bare mo to do nith
" iiin.iii.n" It onnht to or.ni to tho Weat*
in mlnd that eonaideraUomi in favor
oi' an American qrstem ?'i foreatrj
njm, ni'ne nnmerona aml arelgbty than
tboae iu liivor of an Americaa tjattm ot'
1,11:1111c. Houeal mooey m already aecllmated
ibe world orer, imt tho ?age>brash will only
douriah <>'i <>nr Weatera pbdna. *?i what nsc
1,1 us in the azperienea ia futeatry of iho
heary deapotiamaol Bnropeand A-11T Neither
thc ocdar of Lebaooa nor tha eoffeo-trea will
Qouriah on tho banka of tho Blkhora or Big
Blne Port of tlio PlattO, any more than
:keabacka will eircnlata in thoaa depcaTed
coi ntriea wherc tho peopla aie oppreaaed
with ii iii'iii.iiiiotiillio (-iirri-ni-y. 'iho Ol.l
World knowa ao more of a ^jratem of
foreatry, baaed on the eottonwood and hack*
Iui rv I rcoB of Nchraska, than it doM of a tinan
1 iiii ayateoi baaed upon unliinitod silver aml
ihe everlaating poatponeowBtof reaamption. lt
in this aoggratioo of "abtoad1- whi.h Iniaga
with it a bannttng anapklon tbat thia new*
footld zoal for forostry may he ndnh. ratod
uiih aome mothrea not ao pmoly regataUe.
Nor is thi-i aoapicioa altogether allayad hy a
portentooj paragraph in 1 (Vadungtoo paper.
li Nebraaka " nomorlal"1 i*- there cbaracter
bed M vei.v tiinoly, then soine iirtofnl infor
m.iiioii in regard to ?iborieultnw ia added,
and linally tho urdont hope in oxpicrtHod that
?' tbe whole anhject may hc at onee placed
?? iintlor tho coiiuol oi ihe Department of Agri
""iiluiro, wherc it really belonga, and that the
Commiaaioner may hc empowered,-1 ete, ete.
And ait liioii th.ic a.'ain, Old Tiiujieiiny ?
And ia it onr reraatile Commiaaioner wbo emergea
oni ol iill Ibia Koreatry wiih ita aeeompanying
Bporopriatioa ior EnropcM pieoical OK La
Um-! LeDne]_
TIIE BRIT18B PABTY CONTB8T.
The great lliitish debate which iadrawing
t-i .. eloae ia btTcate^ with pecnliar btereat.
Wln-ii Bir siaiiotd Nortbeotc aaanred Mi. Glad
atone that tho Britiah OoTcrnmenl wonld
oot aeek a war grant nntil Baaaia had
driiiiod thc ooiniitioii-N of peace, Mr. Qladatone
i,lt that tim peaee party aad gained a
ilooi-ivo ati raatago, nml tbaoked lns oppo*
ecot oiliisivoly tor liis "graciooi ipeech.*
It i. not, liowovcr. tho hahit of
I.oid lioin on-liold to pay iniioh regard
to eoaaiateney. Eleren daya later, ai
hia inatanee, Sn* Eitaflbrd Nortbeotc applied to
tho Commona for autbority to epeud .*t-:><*,
000,000 ou war piejiaiauonn, baaing biaelaim
on tiio grovad that Boada witbbeld the
terma of poaee, and that ibe d_eri_h_d
.ni nii derigni igainat Britiah iateraata.
Ileh. Id tbat a powerfnl Btate waa iboot tobe
eetabliabed m the vcry baart ot Tnrkey, with
u l.uicc tltvotcd to Kubsian iuUresta; and
maintaincd that "the kcystone of South
" oaatera Europe wae being removed." He
aalroitly declaml that the Goveriurient would
regiiril the eredit as a vote of conlideuce,
tluiehy coiiipelling the House to choose
betweea nccording its siipport to the gene
ral poliey of tlie Gova-rnnient or plunping the
nation into a Ministerial ciisis, attended prob
ahly by a dUsolution of J'arlianicnt.
The earncstness with which the Lilierals ae?
cepted the Mininteiia! chalhnge Heemed a pre
aage Of victory. In face of the comnion danger,
iniiior dilterencefi disappeaied, and tha-y began
the eonteet with h-rproepeeta. fee_t assureal
that they niiirht at least reaiuco tho Govein
iiieni nnijority to limits which would have a
BB-B-ary eflbet on its reckless chief. The
aiiieiidinent which Mr. Forster niorcd
was at otice moderate and logical.
It aleclared that tho -Hotise saw no reason for
increasing the aeoete. hurtteus, inasnmch as
the conditions on which British neutrality
was basa-d had not been ___-Bged.
Tbig proposition, suppoited iu an elo
queiit apeeeh, aaooid havo beea answered
hy proa>f that Ku.asia was actually vio
latin_ the pledgea sho had made to respect
Miitish interests. Instead, Mr. Cross, the
Home Secretary, taunted tho Liberals with
betag the friends of Uussia, spoko of the
" lymg speeches" made ontside the House,
and nsscrted that tho Husslans were atill nal
Viiiicinir, thoagfa lt is now known that the
iinnistiee had been sijrna'd seveial hours be?
fore ha- addreeaed the Houso.
Altboogb this Governmeiit appeal to dis
trnst aml iirejudice WM ahlv answered hy Mr.
Brigfat, Mr. Lowa, and Mr. Go-chen, the Con
seivative r;ink.s li-maiiia'd intaat. Both its fac
tioiiH, tboee who felt hoiinal to nphohl the
Govcrnineiit, in view of the eomifig Con
fereace, aa well as thoaa wbe dmhraated it,
BBW no reiison to ebaage sides. Tlu- formei
x . ined likely to reiiiiiin Iinn froiu the lirst,
while the latta-r wera.ly coiiuriua-al in their
party devotion bv the convktion lli.it
it would ha- bnpoeaibte f.n Lord Beeaonaneld
to eommit further miachief. In laee of this
atolid opposition the Liberal eohuaa treakoaed.
Thaa formal coiicliision of an armistire and
peaee protocol, whieh promiaed to rdader the
aoppumentarv eredit abeolotely uonaeaaaaiTi
has only Incitiaaoii their dtacoa-fitare.
Mr. GladatOOe virtually r.iMiunced the contest
yeaterday wbea he declared the peaee con?
ditions nnaatiafactory, aml proffered an aal
dreea to tlie Crowa n lien of the vote of con
tidence. (n doing so, he slioxv.d tl.iit Stern
regard for pnneiple, wbicb more than any
thiiiL' elae kac.is the Liberal ranks dirideda
Altboagfa the ('aiviininint disdaineal his com
priaini*i?, the llritish people cannot faii taa n
iiiemlier his jiiifriotic eon,Iin t, with grutituilas
Ihe m.'i.i"iity :i_ainst him will lie large, but
the defeat will ho withont hilternesS.
A rery elom eompartitlon in th.' i__porery of
miiiaar plancts haa beea goiag on betweea a tow
Earopeaa aad two or three Aaaeeteaa aatioaoaaara,
the more promlaeol ef tha lHtter b.-ing Profaaaora
W.itsun, .'f Ami Aila-T, Miehigati. an.l IVtore, of
clii.t.iii, V. V. The nnnii'cr a.f aataro-da m.xv
km.wii n.-ai'y r.'.'i.laca 1*?>, hut of late
there bara beea many diapataa erer ahaost
Brery additlon to tha bat, aot only aa tu
priardiaeoraMy a.f each one, hut eren aa to arhether
tba aoppoaed ik-xt arriral may n..t lio an old one
-lu.ao el.inci.ts had not been fally eahulafed.
Probebl* the three dlepatchee weaatel tlus _aoaraiBg
will add t.a ahn onfiiiiuii. Tha aer-onal of the tlin-o,
th.- allflgaad MaraHDea __BCo-?_y, atatiaa tho
north deeUnatien at 78? 51*. Thia is artdently a
niataka. afaiea it would plaee tha* pl.in.-t *o lar to tho
north that the dieearrerer aaigbt apply far tba ra
ward whi.h Sir George B. Airy is siid t.a have
jokmgly ofliTi-d, for Bndtag an aetet-ld n-ar the
Pole. After making souic all.axx-utici-f,,r tha etrora
.,f chI.Ip UBIIBmlBBlBB. it BBeBM laoaxaiblc tliat the
.lis, ovcries.if ProfeaaaB Fetera an.l tho Maraaillaa
ul,-. iv, r have ref.rence to the saino planet, Bince
ihc ri_ht as.fiisi.'ii ditlers li11lo.
We call the attontioti of our readors to tho advor
tiMMii-nt <>f a eoaaraa .af leetarea on tho Ktiuiish
LangBageaad Uteratare, to i.o deliraaed hv Mr.
John Albee, i.n I_eaday aml Frialay BBorrdBaa,at 11
oclock, tn theparlorol theChareh <>f tbeafeeaiah,
at iln- roinir.if Thirty-fourth-st. aml rark-avc. Mr.
AHmc ib haath a traioed Beholar in tin' Mieaea of lua
Biiiijcct, aml a Bynpathette lorer a.f poetry; ha'
eomretO-OB city with cnraliul latrodaa tions from
thoae Nvh.i kimxv his BttalBmeata, aad xx.- aro Baaarad
that hietheaM takea oa a aew attraettT-neae trata
the way in which ln- pr.scnls it.
In iho worst daya of iho war, tho haskot of paper
inoney with xxhirli in xx s|.:i|.i-r x- its Ri-iit Beople to
marketwelghedoaljr a little bbon thaa tbegoeda
ti.at xvcif hn iii.'lit h.aiiio ln tho iao.ki'1'.iMik; 1 ut, at
the nnetiug ol l.iisincsa nia'ii yeaterday,ooa m. r
ehaol traa heardef who had had t.> bar a tragoa f..r
his sllrer, aad another who bad bou ihi aa eatraa_re.
'llii-> freeeoiaage bill onghl te laelada a prorwioa
fm- froo eartage. _^^^
POLITICAL Xmi.s.
Nn tcli'i'iiotio will be neeaiod to bear tbe rnmble at
Waahington fromtnow until ihe Beaate rotea apoa
tbe Blaod MU.
l>r. I.it.il.'iinan miafht a* xv II attoini't to ptOgal B
Mtciiinsl.il' xvitli n uair of bhtekaBiilb- bellowa aa to
hurl fm ta at iln* areraga CoogrraaaBaa,
The n< xt BOWB?Ba?Bt tO tlie Mlvcr liill sliiiti!'! 1m> t%
propoaltiofl te atrika aal arorythtag after ihe eeaet
init elaflaa, w.m'i Botoa S.-nat.ar eeata t" tho bra
xxuli BBch a propeaal l
lt nii_ht pai tbe eaaatry taaaad Bland, Bariag
it Co. to Mexieo for ? ttaaa After Baaidiag ina
ciintry where silver lnua aeaapletely haaiaaadgeld
fii'in circul.itinii thoy luinlit coiuo b?ck curod aaf
tbeir niailiaaai
Moxicc, with a aUret dollar 8808*8 vuliiulalo than
iho ono Coagreaa pt-poaea t(a aaaka a legal tender,
haa drlrei g"hl aat af tho eeaatrv aadrataided
hnaraem aad a latara ef preaaarlty. BhaU weout
M.'Xicani/.o tfeZ-Bof
Wbea the rorkiBgaaaa taudsred hia ailrer deOaf
thia inoriiiiipf in I'layina'iit faar his hocfsto.ik und traa
eharged a Baa* eeBtt atora ea tbe |aoand tlmu thooah
ho badoftered a greeBhaek,hakiiawwhalOaaaf_
Ewiog n.oant m Ins i oopef rnio.i apeeeh, vrbea lu
-.nnl th.it "the rralbutloB of a silver eurreney wonld
diaappotatt it*1 Itbb d'."
Both partiea at Waahiagtea are troablad witb
chroiiic abaeateebaa, aad have beea aaaraelled t.a
Hiil.niil to hiiuiiliatinif deiaata 'an uccount ef alalat.ity
iii.-ml.'i*. 1 iia- ."uutrv xvould oxjaeriein o au ini-s
tuuabie reiief il' h.uli nouaaawera lo abaeal theui
w-ixi's fna'u the Capttol aitci haviag paaaed tho aae*
i .iu v appropriation laill...
A hi_i.iti, nnt illustratioii aaf tho reason why thu
Weat is inad for a light aeigbl Bilrer dollar is gtr*_
i.y Thecliinmo Timn. Chamaaign Conaty, Dliaata.
baa reai .-state Baseeaed al aboal 911,000,000. apon
whieh there an atartgagea reeorded lor aboal ir,;,
t)(M),o()o. The aiiniiai intereat on theaeamoaota to
ii.-.iriv .fiioo.oi'O nml the t-Breto aaara thaa0400,*
1)00 inaaro. I'oiiunoiil is uunccessaiy.
Iu nn b-terriaw reeeaaly pahllabed in a Waahrag*
ton l?i|)or, anil ropicd in TRaTBIBOBB, Mr. Wliliani
E.'tha-dbwtoreportedaaaaortatgi 'As a Kepuhii
can ajrbodoea uot tinnk Hayea beleoga in hbtaaat, I
havo uiorely uudeitiikcii lo upront tba BMBBa hy
ln wl.ich h.x xveiit into the rVblte Ha BM a," HTa
ciiiiiidit-r ili'iiich bariag made aaa ef aay aaeh lan
mi...-. Ile waa a rietim of a rTaabiagtoa reporter'e
iiuia_iii.it ton,
ICaaaaobaaattai ami partlealarly Bootoo, la betag
Blllijccteal to Btiotlicr 08-88. lt begfaBI taa l?e ?IW
peeted that CoUaetoa BJaamaa 11 ladalghtg iii lofiy
politieal aaptratleaa; < it.it. la a ward, ho baa hii* aya
oa tbe S'liaioiniii,), boaiag te ho iho Baeeeaaat of
Daxvoi. 'lo Hocitro a liiiDiaoii.tuioiit to lai- preseiit
liiiaitioti iHaaial to be tlio tlriat BBBTB on tlio e!ies_
board, uud thou, iutrenched iu tho lkwtou C'lstom
IToiiip, he expecta to make a aiicceesfnl aaaaiilt npoa
the I'nitcd Statcs Senate. What, wiih Buth-r jq
('niii-ii's.B and siiuinona to nni tin* political uiaclnne
Mii-rtiiohuM-it. ia having a dccided ta..t.* of the h.re
after.
Ex-Congrefl-snian John Young Brown, of Kea>
tncky, make.. an elahorate defence of hia actioo
durinn the electoral eontroveruy last Wintor, in
The I.ouimille I ourier-Journal. Ue ftirttina Ina own
statciiicnla by letter. from tjpeaker Baadail, l-.in.em
Halc, Charlaa Iwatar, Prector Kaott and other.
mi'' a (Iiicuiiioiit tentifyiug to Mr. lirown'a ^,,,4
character, mgned by a largo niimher of the L)cii10.
rratic uieniber. of thc last Con?_Te?-. Tha whole
atatement ocetipit-a thr..' clos<:ly-priiit.'d colBBBH
and diepoeea |)reity et-eetnnlly of the charaea tnada
Bgaiaat Mr. Browa. Tae moat i.tiiarkable thing
aboat it, however, is thc fact that heuhuiihl have
thonghl it aeaaaaary to employ a trip ha_uuie_ lo
crack a walnut.
Ex-Oovcrnor Hendrieks will learn in a few ?_ay?
tho truth of tho proTerh that ?,8p.-(*o!i is silver; ai.
lenre is golih-ti." His letter in reply to Mr. Bel
rnont i. dmwiag out B.iiiiT. pretty iiharp criticiwrn
from the laBtBTB Democratic press. His statemeiit
that, when he votcd la favor of puying the ptihho
debt in coin, he inoant silver aa well tts gold, j(
treated by The Uoston Pott as a " verhalquibhle*
with "too ilim.ya baaia for one of Mr. Heodndn/h
ahataetat te stand npon.'' And then it adds: " lhe
very fact that he fimls it necessary to make it tlie
foundation of hia position shows the weakn.-.. ,,{
tho silver party, with whieb ho BmrlalaaB htaal'
liance. It is tho terma of the law, not its spint, hy
which he wonld regulatc pablje aet*. An.i exp,*.
oiency, in lns view, rogmiM tha paym<-ut ot ii_e
piililii; ilei.t iii the h-iist valuahle coin, nml Ua ....,._,_
sition npon tlio pconle as legal--teaaer." The ln
.iiniia stiitesirian's niil.l .icpartur*- fiom hia cnatoia
an atraddlamajr prore '* eataatropbh??'' tolna po
lit'n :il aaairatioBa, Haw heary baorted tho eilcut
man of (.rauiercy l'ark MM he.
PEBMOMAL,
Madanie Modje.ka is ieaeribed as boinj?,
iii'-ini-B iiii .ii-tti---... -in-.-' 1, ii pi.ui.-i, a linguiit, aud _
poet.
Colonel Wm. Preaton Jolinaon'a "Life'1 of
Ina fatber, Uoiieral Ailiert HMBBf Joliusoii, wil, l _ pub
lisbcd b'iihi.
Mr. Lewie Carrol, the anthor of that quaint
nn l |iii|Uiiiit 1.00k, "Alice 111 Wonderlaud," U wiuiu^
iiliiillii:, V'lluiiie.
Mr. Joii'or.on Davi.. haa lioon iinlor.iii!. a
coL.ted inni, Mr. H. Minor, tor prealil.-nt of a Si-inli.rn
cull'Ke, leoppoaition to aeveral wblte candldatei
Mm, Jnlia Ward llowe notes that there is a
pu_t of Jobn Brown lu tlie Muacum ul Oeu-va. Auil
rery well tln.t roii.h atnl inaiily haa 1 must louk tl,ere.
I'rofcssor 1'ackard, of Bowdoin, who ex
amincl Mr. Laagfallew for rolleirr, .1.11, tmyi Tht
Aw?tmta Itmraat, ttaat lnstruction in "B,itler" md
"V i.y"
Tho joiinialist and art eritic, Mr. Theodoro
c. Oraaaia, vs-bo laa Iy died in this city, aaa lefl a wtdow
mul ?l\ clilidrcn 111 pi'Viity nnd w*nt. An effurt U ta
llieguee, aflMBg tlie nrtiiita. f.?r tlie ri.li.-f flf tiVs*
i.i-te ivc.l petBeaa. und It li ln'-i-il Ihe iiiili,.! ?t Ita
uiii,? aad tha i.itiu-i..-?** aaay aat b. imrtttamt -J.
Ifr. Hoi.l.y, Koyal Acadeinieian, of Gre.it
Drltala. BTtdknilrOaaaa'i aaUave tu tbe rifhaeel wou.eu.
at tim n-.-.'ut i-ii-i-ti.>ii af iiicinoi n, theaa ihahaeaiahcd
liidy aitisti aaaa peapaaei as aaaihtaaa->?am] aaaaa.
ni'.iiBiv rateoaaa. Mr. Beaaaay aspeaaaaaa wi,at a j>r?
b.iblv the f-.'linic of tlu* aveia.e protcaaiunal inau. " Wa
(Inii't want iitiy woiiiaokiu 1 bere, be 101 lil.
Clothildc, af ltaly, did not go to her fat!i
er's funcial.aai tbia la .xpla.ned as tbe ii-bii!1 of re
llglaai aeriiplefl. gne ha.4 never vlnt.-d lil 111 atBmWO0
any oti.i r of v. ii.it aiie conBidered bll badiy-ai-iiUired
teiritiiriea. llcr two _aBB| li I'.Vi-ver, wi re |)..--'-iit ai t.i*
fiincrai Riin ti.cir iiiint, Prtaaaaa HatMMa, Tbe Bttaal
I. 111 iui fi.iirti-.-iitli vcur and Is atudyitiK tnr tbe Ma
techaie. lt u predleted mat thay arfu aaw ap tobe
retiiirKiiliie iin-n.
Tbree Englishnieu were once iiitioduoed to
the P.ii>e, niie nl wiiotti bad been only two tmyt in ?aflBBj
lhaatheraaiaaih. aat tb.- tnird a j.-ar. Khaaaanraaao
tlnu natuialy tnrned 11 on k"iiiu ltielf, and tbe I*. pe,
tamaa to thal aaa "f )n>- Kne-t? wtio na.i baaa aai uo
daya ? tlie Eternal Cny, nii to lttui, " Von, I .uinioss,
buvi* se.n a awm deal of BaaNff* " Ob, y.i, ajrieat
deal," rapMad the BBgaaaa-aa. Tiu- iMfa theu tamai to
tilin of tbe iu "iitli*>. -stav, and _-:>!, '* Y'iU, I BUppose, b.ive
not sern *o very mu h of tkUOt I" " No, not vi ry uiu. ,"
whi tue r.plv. ln tue Itibi laailahwaB IBetfvpaeatt.
" Y'.u. I ifiioilld tbliik. bave _eeii vi :y lntlc of J4oi_i.-J'*
"Vriy iniii- ln ii-i-'i," aaa taa laawee. Tbe i'op,- luii.c-J
beoi.-nly. aiiddlainiii.-d hi-* andieuce.
Mr. Edwiu P. Whipide, in au eat4ay on Rn
fus Cbi at>-, wbleb lie read 111 Uostou tbe otber evemux ;
aaid of tbe gBBBl lawyer : " Ile was tull au.l stutdy, aud
bli comi'lexiou wai remarkaldy ah ir and ln-.iutiful, Imt
tlie arear and tear >>f Uf.- tluBUf Ittafll bn face with
wtiiikli-., at vhtea ha aaaal to Magh. He aaaa aaal atxiut
a liUeiies. of bimself, wbiib had uot apared a turrpw 10
Ma fa.-i' ' It Ix aa ugly aa tbe devll, l.ut I niust adunt 'bat
it 1* very lue.' Tlu.re waa alwayn -unn i,ui.?' in biui r.i ti
auil straiib'e, wbicb _'l" aaBjOaal him from all ot ,1 r-.
His tnumpbs at tbe bar are due to tbe ... t
tiint be waa a pciverful ruan." Mr. W.lpi-I
related an lni-ideut about a enso lu court
wliiTiT Mr. Chaata tOOOt tlve bours b?*fore ha eoiild (.'????
niiei -the .ii laaaa al tha tataaaaa af tbe jury. 1 bava
Dluce tbiiii_'bt, ooutliiiieit Mr. Wbipole. ijj.?' Mr ('?? ''?>
woul.i biive kopt on until ln liaffai aaai if be bld nol
vani'iiisbed rbe prt'lii'lifCs of tbe one iimu on tlie Jmy
who ha kti'W could mtluilice all tlie test. Be was well
awareeftha orli lelaaia aa im etoejaaaea and rhetorie,
II wi.'t.-in tns'li.ny uiiiii'i- ilnti- n' ~-.-ptf-tiit.fi, Ibu:
??li iiive.aii theae Moe-UeaalewheaeeeheeaeaTageee
iaiB ii.i-iii.il i-i f-iiiiiirili' s, -b.il, know aml fi .1 ibal I tM
it ii-auotui, :. l.iwy.-r, ..u.i a ui?u f tnt.-iueSB."
QBNBBAL SOTES.
Death from joy ia ft rare oecurrenee in thi.
h,,!,er, i lu'.tily WerM. A Sm ill.lil l)|ji kBIIIItll, Wlio Ila I
i-i'ti iii ptnoii for t*io nioutba' returned to ui-. hoine oa
Di-.-i .iii'.'i I?), aiul on BBBiaa his wife aud clnld was .-.
overj v. i! iii.it Beraptareal hiataaataaal e_ae.he.oeea
plr. i-ii-i m ,-oiilii i? biiiii ii.nied.
Dr. SeytnouA eloetfoa to the Ix-neli of
iiisi: >pa ?>r ti.e fiaeaataai Kptoaaoal Chavrt b.iii?-ca
<iiii.-.iou.'.t hy a Wmlatuyet the atauiliuK dliK-f-iaa roui
mr.: is. oftbe toriynlubt dlo.'.-s.., twi-uty-flve linve
i,i\eiitheiraaBaalaal aeasaafc fewatfa haaa wtthhahtlh
and i-li-vcn Lavo n-.r fOt vnted. AahBBg the Bt I
ahleh votai aay waa lhal af Wcateta Vev-Yerfc, ot
wliteU Dr. ('.'.*..* (wb'? ls Dr. llopiiiiiB'- Riiu,-..:,t!i' NB"
i.,iiiit-i:ui). Ib uih,:.)! __BieB(tbaa_aaaaaa t uai han aat
taaen K ui'ti ai>-( >i uai Btm V,n h, CuBB.."ttcut, KaflteO.
I'-iorida, M..nl .ml. >84 -ii-iB.'}. I'i,r-itarg, K le I- ? I.
.-oiilb i. aioliua, Tixas, " rtUOBt, atnl Wi?i Mi.Mr.ti.
The whole 4'iivio af hninan lnow_ed>a is
uow open to W'.u u at L. i-do.i l.uive'iitv. A fortuiubt
,-ig ? tbe .oiiv.ie: tion, by a niajunty of 110 voii'i, ex
ateaeea. apiiru.-.J or tbe now luppl-iiifliHai-y iimner.ru
s nii.rf wi'ini'ii to tt4ke di-xr.'."" ln tu.) arta, icleiioc. u.edl
ciue, ete. Xaa apfaaOtaa waa lad ny MrW.jaaaae, aia
rruiarki d tbat bo lunl B daii^titer wli.nu bo vtuuM rauer
fiiilni. tn ber ffaee tban taafleW ber ti) llo as, '1 tae
.jiiesiioni i (|uu-( d tu au exaiuliuitlou foi a Btajm ?
uiedkiue. ' lOthflB geutleuiau ineereii at tbo .iio?leitjr
of woiiien, .. i Billl aaathf bm io taaahJaaaa na aa di aa
?aaa ai laattaaal iieruini'iirodUea. -Rhaaaoahaa aeemed
n. bav ? little ctl'oct lu inSaeneioK tbe deelalon of tbe eon
voi'.itiou So i.'.v as aroaaaa aaa thali aataaUha n.foinia
tlnu fm nn- I.'ii' tl- ul t.i.-ti'oMii aex. tt ubai-il to uudi-r.
si.ind why it l? Bioia ludelieats foi tueiu to Btudy pn.?l
oiory thaa tt is Ior rwaag men tu prapan theauelrea i'.r
iii. practieeef raailinlat Oartaiwi uu nota e_aaaaao
of daboaey.
Cbivalry cade in the Police Conrt, nowatlay*-.
at.d l? Oii.il. 11. in> It.iiunlle. a i'at.s studeul, was oilt
suoll.n.k'in iho Latin QaaitBt ou lns hottdaj ift. i uooB*
w iien no eaaaa acros? Maaalaar aad MaOaaaa i laiara. ahe
wera ajaamlliBg ahoat s..int! faiuiiy matter. a aaaaM at
i Bcaaatheaai jaaaO, aml tha ?arrial aaafla, M avuid a
patdk a-aiid.ii,eaUad a i ih au i juiup-d hatalt. ?"' tw
v.uicic had uot taaa far haa bi Iba haey aaahaaati aaaaai
ib. diior, .spraiiKoiit, aml riisliinu into ti.e armauf tho
aiuiicnt, aafaalai to hba to praaaei Baa fr..ru hw haa?
liiiid. Tbo youii({ uiiio, willi tlie inn.ite BaMBBBfl ot A
Ttt i.cuuiaii, ottered u.-r Ma araa, aai, -traiii-o M aaj. haa
bil.tiaiiddldu.it ol'li-cr ; on tlie contr.iry. be aOi l? tJ?
Hiiiiicnt, ?' Yi'ti aie m IIU411 of botmr, aud in yon. plaee I
would bave d.'lio Ibo flame." linl tbey bad uot .'??**
.cc (t.-d many -t.'i'swlion tlie busiiaud lio?,'iiu to quirre
wlil. llioaliid.ut, audiindi'd by bickniK nl? lOw_l ??*?
tbe reaaa Biaa'a baek. BalaialM iiaa i raiM?ara#?
lii!.|..,.-ket.un.i u-.-d i.ir.v Bi.oi-. bI ina aatairiMuei.ajBa
ot wlii.'ii i.a l any ..tte. t. Tlio pollOfl cauie ii|', ?'??'*-]'*i
U-.lialnil-.-sM f.ill'.M-d. Tbe JmU'e e(a_a|lOllM?t4MtlBB
atuaeutaataraabla pcatMikm al IBe ladj oeoxwum
?ec,...Bi'l.'.ediivci. hauoraWeact, -n ho could uo
oue.-ate bim iorii-iu_T iiri-arins, aud Baaaaaaaaui fl-a_
liliii $10.
An Albany pbyaletan, wboae obttnary nw
ujon-iii.tt aavaial ttaaaa M tha taaai aataaau, talaall
,,bilos..pMe.illy. Tne lutost asoteh of btl life. witb tM
?uii, aa ??u.-ntof bis.i.'i.t.'i, aaacopted fiom twArm*
laiathaaaBhaaajaa >.f Oataiaiaia ere m laaaaaaag
im tatha "?-iii-i'i-aitiiuk' Mebeatth. Thaa, asbepifl'"
liM-ly di .es tlio evont, bis ujp.UV beg.iu. " T'**rt
are tl.tee uud. ftakera lu town." bo ivrlr. ?, " and .v? *oot
M Un v b.iw tne n.'lu'O ttl.'.v Bll WttBtA BBBa BM WA BBB
artraemty Meigaal M nud mo attaa. Oaa of thaai wa
very boistero.is ln Ina linltgnation. and lu-isfd hW |
wai trillui. wllUtUe Uneraad ttOW BBBIwi MaOBP11?
Ullllfllllll and bad pa.titularly haMepd bMf>W
Iuks. hobeluKtbe father of a larao faiuiiy. and be abi>
lutolydeoUnod toleave tba houie without au order ror

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