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Kim. A ti i ?:trl VtiQe?Olli cnlitiir.i. i'l'iMli Bl 7?*S Page? (?tli colnum Help w\>tki>?Ott Page 8dcoia_a. Hm?i?-;;?/ Pasa 5tb oolaniB. Housas \m. Pabms Wabtrd 8M Pao* -.'tri column. Ick CaaAM?3at Pmoe?SiO eiaunm. l?.?Tl:l ' ll..N-f'.i?*i l'wie? l?t ??li'I J?l eOlBBBBS. Kam S' hooUS?61* Paat- -M ? "huim. l.i.. n Kl - ??i> M "';l1 '" la?an. Lboai Notices 7tt Puae 6tb coin?n. llARIll! AKD ?Uli sfAHTBia "Uli l'tlt'e? Ulli ?'.dllllltl. Msaaiaoas am? iikaih**-"?/?-? Paat Sl leoionin. Mi-ii i i \M"i S? StA /'??/?-.".tu ;.n?l ( ?n coian ns. Mok'ai instri'mi.m-- 3d Paat -*.:li eolunia. RBw Pc sut mous??StA Poue?1*1 i-otUUlll. I'koi-.??u ?7?"/? Pitoe-i'ith toll.in'.. j.i u ?.-i'it. Fob Bale Citi Bis r???Alb column; Hi;....Kl.vN? i.tii Fuge?tin ooinmn; uouktri fin/,- ?b eoiotaa ? Acctioi -au? Ott tage-oin ami '.tli tii'?ini s. Bavtbos liiMv?-T'/i Page?6fh eoliirnn. Mi'iu notices ..//? Page?Gthcolumn. BiTf AT10.N-. h'ami i> Males?BM Pasa?3d column; fBMiiis BIS l'ai/e~~~i\ ?i?Kl :i.i eoimnap. ftBAMBOATS AM/ RAILBOAM? 80 l'aue-'Jd Hlltl -till t'O?llllll?. Stpamki,*. (?cran? ?th Page-'M column. M'MMi h Board?8d Paos? Uli ?niuuiu. XBACBBBB?Ott l'une? ?M 'eoiiiiini To lar mi paosaaTT-HItO /????????"?tli column -, BitiMiM y.*?-6M i"fi?7f-,-?:ii i-.ilntnii ; ?O?KTBT?Ott Paijr?'i'.Vi Column. ?n?mcsc XontcB. _ A Kaki. Ch \me. Fur sale , heap, sa Alf i With sil Satures complete and in ?ood wortiagordi r. ?itnntc;! In thii City .'f New-uavea, Conn., and I .i?,?<l: s tin watet limit ; alv? iallrt*atl in ruar. Inquire o? C. K. Ill Ml. 69 ( Inneh? at., New HsTaa. Terms tnatl? i A Grand Oit? ?im : ?OTT. At the A?(,,r Htm.-f? may baSSSB tin- ni.i?! in'.-? Bt*SM ?uni Iiraeliial ciiil.inatlou in tin- ahapeef a bc.iu.; health I.it .m.! aasla. Mr. Wm. h..|i'kiii?.id, sf Cateago, ta bare f"r tin? purj oaa "f arranging far tba sala al eatSb Ilshlug an agency. Interest? I parties can gel psrtii i caliitnr at Rosaa 149 from 9 a. m. to S p. *a., where the combi* Ball u. m iy nt seen t"i uu da) -. Spring has Come, ami if yoo wisli boots, shorn ami gall? it? far yourself and family- good artlclca?mod arate prie? ? patronise Mn.i f.k A Co.. set Broad? ??y. _ Si'I.mm: SiYir.*? (ifiitlciiicii's Hata n.?'l\.? ?Style and t? xture uBsorpasKod, i : in..-.. r. i : _BtBKE, 211 Broadway, Think <?f It?Eighty choice Norfolk o* fin ?.?'? centi., at any of Malihy's in p??t?. I Say. / -, .</'??.( H?. ' Wo hove proenred froin WasbioRtoB too fulliiwii;',' taok ol the liiiiiilttt oi pounds vci^rlit of tin' Viirimis editions <?t the Sew Yoik oiornins papers, opoo which po tngc wm r_arged by toe Post OfBce Deportment: FBBatTABT, 1-7?'. Dalle. Bead V/'_7. Wsafelf. Jlrratt. DO.e.Sfl .... 15.012 (>.*,.l>sl| Til! Hi M . ??6,916 1>.>U 25.712 ?(>.!??>? . 26.929 b.6.1S I8.3..3 ."il.'ll*' R*erM. 13,749 4,478 19,981 tiil.tHIU M?.i:ii! 1-"-. Dsilv. suiil ?V l;lv. WeeUv. T.ita!. ?Trrrtht. t'.ii .- I ?*?.*,..*> |? Tkiuinl. SS.763 20, ??..".."?l ?r.'rt'*. ' s i,.->n ?TerM. i:..l',iO 4.?<10 12,822 U? vis Totals ion Qiaktik I.ntim. Mai? ii 81,1878. Wkij. Weekly. TstsL prra'it. 186,040 .... 47 ?-'7 2M.H.7 TltlHlNK. Sl,.7'.4 B6.079 Ml.H ?>?.> 1. ||,.| Tunee. 84.562 20.491 66.723 101,7MB Weeid. 43.4.'8 J4.7 JD 4'-,..;.iJ 100.704 The Pootniastei here is onwillinf tint we ?should verify those tignres from bis records, ?s to the other papers, without their cotisent ; hut as du? ?R-?ree all reached us from the name source, and as those relating to our own imsiiii's- are eomet, we have do douht that the rest aie also. We shall s-ladljr unite, however, with any two of the other etu'lit Sago popera in a tonnai request to Postmaster ones for h transcript In detail from his books. In eatim??trag the significance ol these ti'_r Ttie?, it must be rememberedtha( they n sent the weight of seven dailv i?raea of the other papers, Bgainsl only six of Tur. Trib isk (sine?- we have no Sunday paper); that the weight of The Herald seems unduly tjrreat on account of its frequent triple, quadruple Btid (inintiijile sheets, and that the weight ol The ?i ns u also swollen liv the heavy wood paper which its Walter presses require. Pah.V "I I'.IIU'NK. Mail Sill?.?!llK-na, S-KI per ,'ninun. Bbmi-Wki ki.yThib?-ni-, Mail Subsmbera, $3peran. V Ei Ki v Tubcrr, Mail Siiii-.(Hin v.?, *>."_' pea annum. Tensa rash in aovaBoe. t) ',?? ?i ?lv? rti??M? c?!i leave tliolr fsrnr? tor Tin: Tnini'NE Stl*M8 laistlwar.cor. iilst^t. ni 80S W. BM-st, eor. btU-ave, Bit AM H OmCM? OF THE TRIBTJHm W AsiMNti'it.v-N'o. 1.335 F**at l.oM'OV?No. '?(\ ll.ilfi.nl st.. .??trand. Pa Bis?No. 13 Kuc de la Monnaio. FOUNDED BY HORACE OREELEY. THURSDAY, Al^lL 18, 1S78. lUKA'LWSlHIS 110?XIKG. Fobeiom.?Some of the masters at Pres? ton ate dis'Kiseil to accept the ivoik people's conijironiiae ; at Ilurnley 0,000 o]Hr.atives will be idle to-tiny. = It ia snppo???d at Berlin that RtiKsi? will submit the full treaty to a Cmn-ross, bettiK confident of the stijipoit of all the Poweis except KuKlaud. ?? '1 lie East Indian Govein liieut ia about to send native troops to Malta. DoamonOa? ? saRsattsa baa be sa created mWaab* Inirtoii bv an aecouirt of Mr. ConkliiiR'a view * con ceniitnj the Electoral Commission, printed in Thr Tfgm Torn Woriil Mr. Ceakling ha? made a state? ment alunit the truth of the story. : = A letter from Secretary Sherman, vnnli ratiiiK the conrae of the Adniiiiistration, was n ?ni ?it the Bepoblicaa meeting at Colamhaa, Ohio, bsel evenins;. ?? The llolahan Excise Hill was difciitcd in the N'.w-Vork Aasaasbly, after an axeiiinit dehat?? in which ehari*es of bribery were frei l.i iiiaili- ; au iiivc.-ttiifatuin was ordered. ? Tb?- AssamUy passed the Mil for the protectum ?.f V, tsMHa-toa Bqaara? rr-^-_z Three mordeten wore lyncli? il at llinitsville, Ala. ('t>\ 1:1 ss.?In Aa ?Senate, jmsHinilsi. Mr.Ferry was e!??t??l Ftasislaat pr?i tern, dariag ihavisatof Bir. Win tier to N'?'\v*>Yoik ; 1? rc-.oliiti.in to idjotirn on June 10 was unaiiiiiiinislv ni/r?cd to; Mr.Sat? gsat asada aspaaeh ao trade n-l.it ions with ('??ic?i; Mr. 1". irv r? iMirted the bill in retard to rOMIBipUnaij a resolution offered by Mr. V.terlices to the t lie??? that the Govenimcut should ket p failli with its ciiiztns veas passed; a number of bills WSN POSO tl ; the selflfod lecriiit lull WBt d, (sated. C"=^ ' In the House, the bill to tlist 1111I iniie the L'O cent piece was passed : a tm at many liill? with re? ferent c i?i tlie l'aeilii l.ailio.uls were n ported from comiiiitt?!'. iuclutliuir tho FandiaS Hill ; tin- mo? tion to?tiioiiin June 10 was received from the" sen? ate ami ifit" teil v.iiii sfplaasej the BopoblicaM tlied t '?-. BRTC ail iliilnediale vote tipon it ; the I?cin Otrais UibRstSSad for tivo lnuirs, and finally pas> Vented iiiuu "d?ate action ; a DsSBoentis TflHIBS was announced. Ctiv A\l> Si'iil-BBAR.?The question of Mrs. Tilt?>n's mental conditnm waa tho piimipul topit di?1 usted in the Meet her matter restai day. - William M. Tweed WM luirietl wiih out ostentation. =sTentiinony for the defence, was friveii in the Newell divorce suit. =^= The death of Max L. Mayer, tlie Hebrew lawyer, was found to be duo to suim;? o Nalional purty of this sit* declared m t.?vor of legs! ISIsilSfS and aitaiuat uililiatiou with other parliea. ? Chai?! ? ?iifaiiist achool tru.itcea were matle in the lioard of HhsKMi ~ ~= The Cuy J>c Riocnicy held primary elections. ?,? A mo? tion to qnasb the indictment Qgoiast I'<en Jamiii Noye? was denied. = There were many an i'lriit cama in the courts. _*_= Gold, 100*_ IM** 100*% ?iold value of the laBBltt-d? dollar at tlie i Ii.-ac, BBt_j cents. Mucks sull active, lint S<MMBa*_ feverish. The Wkatiilp.?Tribune WhI observations imli ??."iti"]?:ii"!ly ?loiulv ojai tliivnt? *B?Bf xx c:itl:cr. 'I'.ifi inoiiiett'r yi-BtiTilay, 17 , ."?I , M . Miss ('?iiliaiiiii- E. IU'I'cIk r coiniii :nt? briefly OB tli?> ?cvival of the Hiooklyn scandal in :t fetter printed on niictli? r range, which may not elicit BOJ/ conversions, l?nt will ('(iiiiiii;iii(l re? aped I'm its warmth of -iiiciiity. Tli" silver .".tritator is getting to WOTB agaia. A i.uliion certificate bul was reported to tii?* Ib-use, ycsteiday, ami Iliade a s|iccial oi ?I? r 1'tii .May 9. Hut th? ? ?ouui r? nt n-.-oli: tinn to adjourn a month latir, il ado|?tcd, will It-are scsir-ely Hiue to dispose of the hill, ?ven if a majority of members were in livor of poaaiog it. On another page will he found a cnrlona letter explaining the seemingly religious habita, in late FMI-, of l!i?' great criminal x\!io Bra? yi-[('id.-iy laid away m an tirhonond Brave, Th?- writer Knew Tweed well, and idda to an exp?anatioa of hia Bible reading the frank statt nient that an "intimate acquaintance with " him uni r discovered the faintest evidence of "a conscience anywhere in his moral nature" Secretary Sherman has written to the Ohio Republicana an ? loqucnt defence of the Ad inini.-iiation, which containI BOUie excellent hits of adrice for Republicana everywhere, The Secretary wisely say.? that it is better foi the Republican party to heat the Solid ?South hack from the door of the National Treasury than " lo ijuarrel among thenwelvea about the " smaller questiOBI of official patronage and " otlieial inteilciencc ill election-." Mr. Voorheea gravely Instated? yesterday, (hat the Senate should vote ii|i?>ii liis n solu? tion, declaring it to be of the highest im? portance that the credit of tlie Government should he in,lint,lined, and that it should, therefore, keep all its contracts ami obliga? tloi;-, and the Senate, to get lid of him, passed it. He n framed, however, from putting the 'l'en Commandments to vote, or calling the yeas ami nays on the multipUcation table. Mr. Yoorhees seems, now and then, lo belong to tlie order of the solemn ass? More ill,in the usual intet--t i. taken bj the public, as well as by the member*! ol the National Academy of Sciences, in it- annual meeting this year. The prosperity of this body and its service in the fut me have been fur? ther assured by the liberal *_:i?t of |40,000 from private citizens, the bteresl of the fund being secured for lile to the Nestor ol American Science, the venerable Profeasor Henry. Tin- saaayi delivered ?re of a high order, but they deal with robjecto that have a hold apon i?i>!>uhir attention. Most reader? will care to know sometbiog about the forma? tion ot the Islands in ilie tiiill of Me*_00 and of the eoial reels of Finiida, tlie theory ol waler?pouts, the ?acts aboul the moons o? Mors, .'nul -i.nil.ir information, which is furnished in tin correspondence we punt tins tnorning. Another victory baa been won by tlie tem perance men of the Assembly, and another Excise l?ill has been defeated, thoagfa the defeat is not necessarily final, as in tin- case of ?he Daly '?ill. In sjiit" of ail the powerful influences which were brouBhl to l?< ?ir in favor of Mr. Hohihan's hill, it failed to receive the con.stituiion.il number of votes. It is lesa likely thin ever now tli.it tlie li'iuoi-dealers will get any legislation favor? able fo liai! iiitciest,. laut the incident is chiefly tate**esta_g as revealing around for "strong suspicioni of bribery- suspicions so stronp that Mr. Skintier, of .lefteison, boblh stated them on the floor. The various in vestiiralions that Were o?d? i ed?I'd ?i, of Mr. Skinner's charges ; second, of the alleged *??aing of money by liquor-dealers to Influence legislation ; and, third, of the same accusation with )(>[?( it to temperance societies-?-wfll doubtless come to notion)*, hoxvevcr. The last idea must have originated in the hi tin of Mr. Erastua Brooks, and is altogether too absurd for so sensible a man to lather. The lock-out which threaten.*' to convulse the British cotton Industry, spriaga from the tatention which l_emaatera formed aome tima ais'o to enforce a reduction of 10 per cent in their work-people's wagee. flny pnpared ajiiiinst opposition by n -oix in;: to dismiss o? lock? out anyoperativearefusing toaccepl thespei Ifletl terms, and determined lo rapport euch other while the contlict lasts. The work-people have not acted unitedly, hut the preatoi' pari of them have been willing to accept a reduction of live per cent, or to abide by aibitia tion. The feeling is bitter on both .-ides, but there are si^-us of a settle? ment at PreatOB, where one-tlurd of the em? ployers have Igroed to exact no more than the five per cent reduction proposed by the work? people as a compromise. The difference every where being lobstantially live pet cent, the Conflict OOght to he easily arranged. Hut the employen have large stocks on hand, ami rc|-ard with complacency a period of enforced nlle aess, which may insure them cheaper labor, The work-people, on the other hand, are Irri? tated and distrustful. They cannot realize th ? keen competition with foreign iiatiouson which British industry thrives, and they will saluait only from ?sheer despair. The WoiltVt interview with Mr. (Y.nk Ung is uncommonly tatareating. Inluckilv it turns out to be also iiiicoinmoiily untrue. Mr. Conkling says flatly he has had uo such conversai ion. Never? theless it is the work of a practiaed hand, skilful BBOSMJfh to deceive The World. Il baa apparently been made op with the aid of a lively imagination, on the. basis of li>ii_-raii?'c reports of x\hat Mi. ('oiikliii'*'s fii.'iit'is have reported him n?* sa.? ini_, and there is no doubt that m this way considerable truth, more or leas tli.? a*_ised, has Worked it* way into the romance. The ?tory about the wainin^s (jiven Mr. Coaklug at the time of the Gordon dilliculty as to the bloody pulposos of Senator J.amar, is an o?umplc. It has been well enough Known for months that Mr. Conklin^'s fii?-n?l?s In I a di.stiliKilished I)? mocratic Senator, for one, did call upon him to five this warn big, ll is well enough known, too, thai they have beUeved the InvWview between Mr. Conkling and rivsiilcnt (?runt, COttOeiniug the |)!.in? for an Klecioral Coiniiii.?ion, lo h.ixti OC curred substantially H8 stated. Making dae alh winces for all the grains ot truth, aowever, it mu-t be confessed a pn tt;. poot I ?n- in? s- to ps___f vu h all the eaphaal of direct narration, eOBStanl quotation mail.-, ?md elaborate editorial comment, six coluiim-ol p**ofeaacd (onviraation which th? Senatoi sax s never oe 'lined, with a corrr8?)Oiitleut ?horn the Siitator BaJI he lutcr saw. Then aie eaiy and hoiiora?_e ways of mal.in ?llective war iioon Mr. t'onkling. To bold him responsible for matter like this la not an honorable method of warfare, and how. easy, it will not be found a v< ry effective ? .IS T't SOME ??lT?C?pM*. r i the confiding s<?uls who oeeent) oil pTOffOSBins of tlie Ih'liMicrae.v II Min?(?!?(?? refuse to entertain distrust or doubt ??t papooM of MM allied Solid South and T ! many, we have fooHagl of high res',) ROSpscI not so much for their intelliKciici \ for their amiability and kindness of he i We should have, perhaps, i greater resi and wanner ?idiniratio'i for their tn | fulness and faith if they WON a li inore charitable toward those who c not help being Sceptical 00 the f jeet, and who refuse to indulge in the gtisl conciliai ion. We are criticised by nonio these people with great freedom?and t meaos thai they charge Insincerity, hypoei and dishonesty?becaosc we have felt c strained to rail attention to what seems to the aggressiTe spirit of this political liante; to point out the direction ot policy and its rial ulterior purpose, it we ai?' tree to say, a thankless task to in ind?ment upon the motives of individu 01 partit?; to que-tioti tlie sincerity 0? th professions, or scrntiniae suspiciously th condoet It is noch pleasanter to gasta i be ?rushed over; to trust and confide, ?nul a tune, be it ever BO short, believe whatci is told u?. lint it most not be fOTgOtl that the amiable ?-oiils who do this n rail at the uticharitablenc.?- und uufor^ivii Hers ni the sceptics win? Coldly doubt a call for proofs, aro extremely liable wake u]i some morning and lind the selves the victims of imposition. The gall i.'ii, very bit 1er to which muh honey turned. For the unsentimental practical obeen there i? in? soch mde awakening. The d covery of the deceil enlarges his experien Bodenricbes his philosophy, without sonriog embittering his disposition, lie ha* re platforms aiul Matched the eonrsc the parties that othieil theni lo vi pool purpose win bas not lean thai there are no soch "oonfldenee men-1 the WOrld BS politico] parties; ?one tli.it I so babitnally given to deceit, and whose pi fessions and promises are so proverbially wf of their performance. We Include aU partu AU need watching. All tend by the Inevital l.iw of their natnre to demagogistn and d reption. We trnsl no party tor what it saj only for what it ?loes. We In intr (he Dein i iiitic slliaoce n? the teal occordineiy, not what ii? representatives say about bnryingtl it;i?t, but what they actually do. Tut Trim km has beeo mticised for tnel . tiiin il feeling anew ami reviving <? snimoajiies in it?- recent treatment ol politic; questions. It Is charged with misrepn the feeling* and purposes ol Southern Denn ?tats, with masmifying natters of sou moment, as showing their routed hoatdity t th" North, and with byporritii illy preteodii thai the appointment by a Democrat i un.!. . i.) Confi del tie soldiers to ofhcii positions shows an evil purpose, when it well known that a Republican Administratia has m "le the ? ime '??? or appointments, an the fact ha? drawn no rebuke ..ml occasione no comment. I'm the? things, and for dwel ing upon the danger t? the public treasnt and the public credit from the BBOeOI uiicy oi the South, TllK Titll'.i I charged with j,'in?s partisanship as manifesl Inconsistency. Lei ns see. We tak leave ill the lil?t plaOS It? BBJ to th?se ciitit on the scure of consistency, that Int. Tribi m earnest and stout as it was fur amnesty an for the restoration of the rebellions Stab -, the earliest possible period, to nil tin- right they had forfeited by rebellion, am rigorously ns it advocated and nuriotatnet the policy of Boa-interfereoce with tin- st?it* by tin- Federal Government,, was never givei to sentimental theorising upon the sobjeel nor i'vim Indulged in the gush of conciliation The whole subject of reconstruction has beei treated by The Trircxb from the beginnlnj as a simple question of governmental policy The problem, to the Solution*of which it cu?n moiied the patriotism ami intelligence of th? eountry, was not what puoishmenl was dm the rein lli'Ui?, 01 what in iiruaiiiuiity should le exercised by the victor-.; nor whether th repentant should bo forgiven and theatnbbon ?proscribed? but Simply/ what was the best pol ley lor lee-it,iblishiog ?i sound, strong am united government, if it has a claim fo gratitude, it is not upon a section which cir emnetaaees made it seem to especially be friend, but upon all the people who do now or ahall hereafter, enjoy the benefits of ttii' (?overniucnt. And now that the Southern BtotCS have luc? freed from Federal loterferenco, ami are in tin enjoyment of equal rights with nil the states Till-. TRIRDRI weighs the conduct of theft loaders and statessaea with the same cub impartiality and justice. It says to them, foi the lb 'publican party ami the North, "Then "you are now, put leinen, tree tnuu Federal re "nhaiiit, relieved of all disabilities; now what '?do you propo-o to do T" And it isn't un? handsome or unkind or uncharitable to n roembex what they aspired t?i do once and failed] and to consider their? conduct some? what narrowly now to discover whether they intend to try it Bgaio. It in only common M BSC and common prudence. We did not a.-,k m expect them t?> exprem repentance or regret when they 1? turned to the l'nioii after their failure. They have never done it. We should hardly have trusted thorn if they had. They have come back, for the most part, unchanged in spirit, if not in pur |misc. TllK TniBDRI does not judge them harshly or unjustly when it Bays theOB linn ?ne extremely liable to undertake agua tin experiment they tailed in before. It is only human nature that tiny should. We, bju tit n \ cry frankly that we believe the North is unwilling to put, the Govern? incut of the country into tiie hands of the allied Titniiuany and Solid South?the old league renewed. All the conditions ot the present political situation point so uuolstaka. bly to thai precise issue that only theae who BIO Wilfully blind can fail to see it. And Tna. Tumi m:, as it was not governed by its 1 -mo? tion- in its long ami persistent endeavors to put the South uiioti its feet, is no -Bote influenced by them now m opposing the pres? en! movement. It was love of good govern ?lient, and mil of any section, thai BCluated Tin- Trtbitrb In demandins Justice foi the -outli. It Is hatred of bad government, and DOt of any section, that in..yes it, tOOppOM tlie aggressions of a dangerous alliance. MB. II 117 v IN7? /,7,1.1V 111:11.?.y. We announced yesterday that, after mioos discussion, the Cabinet had discovered ? plat 1..un upon which the ?administration and Um BepuMicaa parti oonld both stand iaoomfort, leaving room for a great many Democrats too m rase any of those unfortunate pent.le shotdd be disposed to Join the family gsthailog. The new (1;claiation of prueiples 00V( rs tl,.- n - sumption mneotiOR. Which hi already ?is food tiled? and the pilmlplw of a "fa,r ami ?? reai onabh protective ?.uiii," which Mihody so? rioix-ly threatens; it repents, moreover, on twoof thoCinciiiuati resolutions of 1870; like tin spiilei-moiikey, its most siwiiif feature is \tn tail. This long and prebei iiiciiiImt embi"a?*??s **ast expenditures for ha works, public buildings, fortifications, lev dredgiag inachiiie??in nhort, "a lib? ral Bfl " for the iiDprovemeiit of the great >?iti "channels of commerce like the M?BBBB1 " Kiver and its tributaries,'' " now that h "and material are __?_?) atid wo?kii)1*! " iieid employ men t.'' We ate somewhat i prised io lean thai afternosalering over tl ?impositions, and looking at tliem in vari lights, the Cabinet pronounced them a \ proper presentation of the views of the niiiii.-fiatioti. When the (JovcTumciit i iis.lf 111> in biisiiu ss as an empl mint agency, there is not a Congressman the party who may not confidently ileinand appropriation fot his district, and there is a doubtful district eontaining any sort of water privilege which may not flatter it: with the < Kpeetatioa of being unproved ln( poii of entry, provided it will do the fair th by the Administration in the malter of voti And of course the thousands of taborera v Waal m oik will see their inter,, -t in BttBH tog a party which promises to begin an en mous system of costly publie buildings and I provenu nt.?and to tax the country to pay them, lint an Administration which undcita! to reform polities by prohibiting the exchaii of votes for pationage should not propose buy votes by liberal appropriations of the pul money. And, moreover, the Settled policy the Republican party is retrenchment, sensible men know that our precarious tr? and industry must be relieved of every i neeeasary tax. From ocean to ocean there a demand for the most rigid economy government expe*sdituree, stoppage of snbsidI the postponement <?f all unnecessary ovtii nul il slowly re'inning prosperity enab tu to boar them, dur reviving eommei Would be crushed by any additional Imrdci and the att?'tii|?t to relieve the distress of t unemployed minority by an Increase of tas lion would bo surely result in genenJ disasl and the aggravation of the very misery it n meant t<> alleviate, tliat BO politician of eifli party with BO much a- a rag of ??h.'.i'aetci' h hitherto ventured to propose it. li happens curiously enough th??! at the n no nt when the President and his Cabinet we conaidering tapi proposition to increase t! litinleiis of the countiy by way of lnakii i . .' foi the unemployed, Ub very -.nue pi ley was the theme of i vigorous dis? the New-York Common Council. It is Wl known that a ?? rere ta\ has pi - ed for mai years upon the commerce <>f this pari in tl shape of extravagaBl charges for loading ai onloadiag ressels. These exactions add to tl cost of every article brought to New-Yoi by water; they reduce the price realized I every farmer and manufacturer from the a tides exported; Hex drive commerce to lia tim?le, lli?-!nii, Philadelphia, ami other pori and C at the prosperity of evei of New York? VYith tome difficulty a ordinance ha-? been pa-.id enabling lailroa companies to run their cars upon the dock .nid I".id or unload them at the venal Is' side Bat Alderman Bryan If? illy opposed th re "in the interesta of the woikin "cla--e-." and ?Alderman Shield? (\xh?> neva tbeless voted for it at bist) called ii "a sta " at the struggling longshoremen of bis ward1 ami both gentlemen preached the dot trine that the Common Council ought t make tin* hain't1.in,' ol freight at our wharve -pensive n^* possible) 1er the benefit of th day taborera \.h'> handle it. All taoor-eavin conti i vanees, according to this ?oit of politic, economy, ni?" mischievous, and ought to be pa down by taw; ?.?n thing tliit facditab ? th operations ol commerce mnsl !??? discouraged ami when xx.uk i- Black, lite |?llblie aiilhol il ie lllil-t **__*_ Woti* by ?-?impi-llmi' tlielehailts -shippers, and other pi rsoM to hire labor whicl th?y do not want. The mere statement of these principles I enough to refute them. But will Mmebodt exptaifl wherein they ate any more absurd thai the s,h?me ot wholeaale employmenl propose? ?ii Vfasbington- a scheme which was tried loni ago in revolution u v France, and resulted then a- it mu-i result ?verywhen- and at all times in widespre-ni misery, denmraltaatioo, am bankruptcy 7 We fear the ?administration liai forgotten fora moment its habitual wisdofl and consistency._ Sill lil \n fo A L?E. Newspapers, being human, are apt to err but only stupidly malicious newspapers per si-t in erring when the truth is ??roved a ??.ainsi them. Correspondents, being human, ina.\ iii.ihe mistakes, but fair-minded eonespon? tl? lit-?, who are not under orders to give fais? news, usually confess their fault frankly when they have committed one. The investigation just closed in Albany, with leaped to tin charge made against Ifr. Pish, points the moid of these remarks. It was an iiK'iiiiv into an accusation that Mr. l'i-h recommitted to his committee a bill in tin Assembly mak ing the Office Of Controller of this city ??lective, in accordance with a bargain whereby the Tammany Senators were to vote for the ac? quit! d of Superintendent Smyth in return for (his and other political favors. The charge WB1 an absind one, on its face, but baving been made in a .spirit of mean hostility to Mr. Fish, it was adhered to with a piT-cVeiancu Worthy of it decent cause. The report of the Committee OB Privileges and Kit ?tions, how? ever, blows this feeble but malevolent lie into a thousand jueces. Il shsiWS that the bill was not delayed by the recommittal, for it was shortly after reported again? and did not lose it-, place on the calendar ; that so far from being recommitted in pursuance of a plan to save a Republican ollieial, it was iv i oininittcd at the rci-ncst of txvo Dein ocratie members of tho committee ; ami that " Mr. Pish. eoUTSe was m no way intlu "earned by the Smyth trial, ?u- any bargain, "agreement or nnderstandlng how any ?me "bliotild vote on that trial." The report ihou I alo the way in which the chill,*!' xv.H niilllll factored by deelaring that "the Committee " find It dltlicillt tO believe that the lOITcspoild "??nt acted in good failli in malting his si.tte M menta, as be ?asertad as facts various things "of which be admits there was no ?vidence, "and not even a rumor, and the slightest in "(|uny would have shown that tin y could not " be collect." There is an old saying that i lie well stuck to is as good as the truth. line is a ease, bowi ver. where sticking to a li?' did not pay. Tilt. LAW OF LIBEL I? Ni ? JEE8ET. The retviil fine mid iinpilsoni,un? nt txxn RaW .?(li'i'is tot libellingeertata high, er, at Cast, hinli-i'ii???!, offielahi of that stai.*, luve sharply ?li* i clad public att.iilani to the laws ttii?l.i which they Wer?' ooiivii teil. I'll !xvn .?.p?late (irtit.siotis th.- sui.ji'et xx as aHoaght dirai 11> Defers the lets l^tr i-i.iinre, of aufragranl memory. In tt? fast In . the -elltleillllli xxiln WtOit the rt'I"'rt for the K'lsey anil Utils tavesttgastaf CMatalttes was aaavsdte b?ts*i the saaa?u**<*aM al more strim-eut laWS t?> l>i"l it ?.llici.il p. tsotirt irom the BSBSjaltS of the uulmdlt-d ami iucutious *?r? -s.*?, and the liou-w of Assembly apparently indorsed this recomnieud ati.m by voting almost uuaniniously to adopt tho report. Later in the session, s bill was actually lotrodUSSd to-chant-e the law, but it was uot such A bill as Mr. Moore's committee had counselled. I'nder existing statutes an editor may be tried in any or all Hie conn ties wdiere | copy of his n iper has ??ene trated, so that a gentleman who is unable to get his character repaired in one county nn hale the editor who, he thinks, lias injured it to the next, ami the next, until he c;in secure a verdict which unit? him, or if one dees ii"t stitlice he can gel Baothef and another until his appetite for vindica? tion is satiated. The proposed law simply provided lhat an sesussd person could have the privilege "f trial in Uoowb Bounty by uivitig bonds to reimburse the complain sat for any extra expense incurred iu prosseotlng tho caso in that particular court. The bill was a!m ?st a literal copy of tho New-York statute, and its BIOflsiOBS were certainly just, and reasonable. If Inked but a few votes of passinir, and Btob shlj would have passed, in BgitS of the bold lobby? ing of some eminent Dem?crata, who seemed to think their characters too fragile to be exposed to any additional chance of cnti.-iam, but fur tlie cid atria rulrngof Mr. Bpaahar John Egaa, who re fnaed to oal] fur absentees. It oaght to be said I o Mr. Egan/s credit that he probably mnde his par? liamentary law in favor of his frioads rather than of himself, fur it is the 1ruth sod not lIslRsOT which Mr. l'.mn most dreatls. Hut the bill failed, and the Slate must wait another year. It would have been noch better for every body esse cerned if such a law hod been in force be? fore the edites of a Newark paper was locked up in a Sussex County cell. Twograad Jarles in Ni wark bad refused to indict him, anil he was finally tried and convicted in arom?le county where the complainant in th exercised a dominating social and political iailuem e. He may have deserved his pun? ishment, but if so, the moral etfeet of tho veiditt is neutralized by the sympathy wliich the pecnlJar sarronndtngs of the trial iiave elicited in his behalf. The slightest flavor of nlsirnsM m peneention in s court of justice is one thing which Anglo-Saxons have not yet learned to toler? ate. _____________ A MELANCHOLY BALE. One of the teacVresI passages in une of the i?est of Mr. Ilia? Ucr.-ii "s ?mv Is describee the sals of s bank? rupt's itomeotie goods and abattais?il was the sale? the reader will remember, at whlek Uolooal Dobbin boBghi Amelia's pianoforte. Bat s sadder roup tboo tbhh with a deeper tioge of trogsdyio it, otto ill.- disposal bj ttcry at Anhtabala on Tnosdsj last ? i. the um laine ?I relien of the greal railwaydisostsc there thedieadfolcoroagaof which men talked, and at which they shuddered, daring the Chttstsssa holidays of IsTt;. rhiawaath? last oAcnal setof tho tur?n? r in charas of the i sae. His Inquest ujioii tho flre-blseki -tieil and initi Hated remains of the sufferers wm long .ago completed, and bow it only remained Cor bun to sell for what thoy wonld bring?little ,i at nii.st-tiles,? Jewels, photographs, rings, iitHik?, watehes, with shoot ebrht bnodred pieces of wearing apparel, scorched by tbe Are, sodden in the river, sad nardlj ol inore \ due thon a heap of rai;i. Ii Is stated that when tlie sale began, soase? t bing "t .'ii.iiiriifiil respect restrained the volubility of the oompany, but before the transaction had been completed, the *-i?uit of bosineas resnated and the purchaaers forgo! everything ex? epl their desire to secure pood bai gains. We have grows so seeostomed to what we ??nil frightful accid. ut?, that it i? no longH easy fur us i,, retcogniM their Infinite pathos. Bnt though we may not be mnch moved by the telegrams which inform us that 100 travellers have been enly killed, yet how manj fell the p.mg of iiii.il or marital losa, of friendly or fraternal bereavementl at ties rery s de, s young lady Identified her father's watch, which hail last been sold. Hec outburst of grief woald have touched the heart of the pun bSSBT, though it bad been never so stony ; and be willingly gave up to her his bargain. Tet another lady reeognised a g which she had knit f??r her brother and wliich she had carefully adapted t.? his huno foot. This article was all that bad ei ? r been found of es pertaining to the lost in in. Barely there never w;i*j ?n, h ??n tin?-: :? ?n before, As its entire money pro ceeds amounted to only about $42, we cannot help feeling thai II would have been just as well if the coron.t. the law pi'iinitliui.-, had Itnri? ?I all the relies which weea anclaimed, Instead of allow? ing stiSBgeis tn porthsas them m curiosities; or 1rs. And so cods tbe Ashtahula tragedy! tfo.lt dorn not so end. There will be them who will have bitter reaaofl all their iives to reinembei it. if, asths proverb says, half the world does :???t know how the other half l;??-.,?'. the ?*"?** *-*f -Mankind does not knowwhal the other half Buffers. In old times, mariners preserved from the perils of shipwreck hung up the dripping garments in which they were saved, as votive offerings in the temple of venaa Perhaps it nindit not have been amiss if these relics had been preserved m the different depots of the Lake Sbora Railway, ss s constant sad toaehingser iii..n to conductors and to all others holding men's lives m their bunds. Mr. William Smyth, late Aeiiuir Siiiierintendent of the Insurant''.' Department, and now proprietor of //" OoMOO 7'ii?i<*\ is editorially displsoosd at the triumphant a.?.initial of John 1'. Smyth. The Albany Kx/rem. aptly recalls the bot that Mr. William Smyth is the geattesaaa who wrote, while Dupsihi tendent, a letlcr to L. YV. Frost, Plestdant of the Continental Life Insurance Company, saying that he was informed by Bupertotendent 11111, of Ohio. of a M idespieed demand among t he policy-holders in that Slate for Ott examination of the company, ami closing with this slgnifieOttt question : " Can any data be furnished within two weeks which would bo satiafactory eaongh to he pwsented to Mr. Hill, which woniii bead off this dessaad for an eacsmiae lion I'' It was Mr. William .Smyth, also, who pro iiouiici'd the Annrican Popular, In February, 1*77, "one of the must ecoiioinically maiiatred SSSBfO ni?.s" in the State, and w'io declared his full faith in its solvency, though it had been insolvent for years, i he preaideiit of the Ann-dean Popular is m a State Prison ; the president of the Continental Life is In foreign parts, recovering from tho shock of an Indictment for perjury; and the late Acting Superintendent is in permanent retirement, won daring why he ever wrote such letters, or received insurance officers' invitations to "gobble fishing." Altogether, the Mr. smvih who holds thoofikonow can stand the criticism of the Mr. Smyth who left the office fot its good. Now that greenbaeks are worth within a fraction of ii cent their face in gold, certain silver editan are standings? their heads and callinir attention t?t th,' propbes lee of sans people as to what would hap? pen if the Bland lull became n law. Dea/I make a holy show of yourselves, brethren. Neither the Bland bill nor anything like the Bland hill Um ever yet be? orne n law. POLITICAL MO !.. t the Beaumptloo Act ahme. Whyshonld BO administration without politics bave a platform ? The President's pel platform will suit everybody except Republicana, liolilat par ht a favorable symptom? but it is not oi itself financia] health. Bren tbe inflationists admit with emotion that i itimption Is nu \ itabte now. The solid Sont h will send a sonorous amen to the Cabinet's d?claration for unlimited improvement nclicnics. The ?milieu d?termination ot Congress to adfonra is undoubtedly doe to a D-nnocrotis desire to sscispc from Ulovei and remando Wood. Qlover says the newspaper sorrespendents tell " dirty " lies about his experts, Perhaps they think it w unlit be stupid to tell ii i lean bo uboiit such a crowd. Mr. Randall is said to be backing up ii? sshtsek B, Wright fot Ooveroorof Pennsylvania. That is the biggest job bo has undertaken since his subsidy stradifli. UbcIb Pick Blahop and Uncle Jimmy Bios Jen im \\ ?Uiauis BSSSJ lo be wnlt/.irigoittof the PlSShh lllisl thll aiai in-aitn li?>th atatcainen have been of party. ^'^ ,m5aklu& duw** tl? -**sbbb ratio Cea_r?BB?_BB Duntudl, of Minnesota, says the B?v Piil?li':iiiH,.f his .state ure d?H*s?*?>il to < ritnise the President, but prefer to stop there, ami uot make. aiiv(?|^t,:,tfaek. Their policy is t?, keep the party on its ol.l tra? k. and pay no attention to the At ,,,?, istrntion.tts they can easily win without its svm path] or aid. 'u* J he l>?'iii()rratsrtremakin--treiriendoH8 effort- to convine?' the pnblic that ?lover's laat hite was ? false alarm-that the victim is not th? Dmnocratic party, (?lover himself says he has caught some? thing which r.tnells uncommonly had, hut he has not ?I.i ni"i| what it. is vet. Meantime the av??ra_e HeiniK rat hauas hysterically t<> th?* largest .,1,,,.,'. C his trowaeta, om? taras pale every time he hears I i lover's BaaM, S? ' i ef ,irv Thompson is in Indiana for a brief r?y?t, and, of course, is compelled to talk politics with __ l?eri|iatetif m 'v-pap.-r man. IT?- makes the curious st.iletii"iit that the BOSSftttV between the I'r? s?,!. n and his |?ariy in CsSBJISSB exists moro in the f?rtil?; iiio-i-iuatioiiH of newspaper correapondenta than in i t. D,, the votes in (.'niiL-resfl all rome from the name Imagin?t lira?*, or why is it that ihe party members vote so aolidly agaiast the President'" Mr. rii(i:ii|,?.i;i ?ays the Bastera! sentiment between tin-J're-?ilcnl ami loio-ress is harmony. Is that the K'.iseti nobody defends tin- l'rcsitU*ut in either Hnil.se when he Is attacked f Voorhees has sent out another bulletin. When the Senate Finance Cominitlee reports its stihstitnte for the r?'|ie:il of the If? sumption Act, he proposes to move the substitution of the original bill, and then ma've a "gi?-at speech." Ho will tell the Eastern Denn,? rats that they must look out for themselves if they vote for resumption, for the Weetera brethren will enter into competition with the Nationals to sellrn the inflation vol.". 11. ,n? ? not expect to carry his point, but he will "?Id lus daty"?-like a trae d?-?*aagoa--u*. It aaeaaa t?> as Voorh.'i ,'-< l.i-t c'oiii? ?-. Mis o?'?'tipatioii is aliii,,-t gone now, and his otnot to a t>url?-*?qae statesman will he ;.i'|.rupiiately elided m a futilo burs, of v. nul. (e neial Butler ii kept busy answ??rtaf B_BB*BBees of irratti mie I'?u hi? (lefetiec of QaosB-l Shield?. In a re.-i'iiiis?' be has sent t# some soldiers in Ohio, bl says: "I am under the d?*-*B?*al ae_alhQittes for J*0_r kital eonsidiTation ami appreciation of my en (?eavoi's to feed the llamo of true loyal Bf?slhlgte the Union and the right which salaisted *_a_s_rt otOVOtJ I-ttiiotie Aiaerican .soldier durtiii: the late war by toy advocacy of Cetieral Shield:*'?; claims fur an a|>*>i?eiation of his ?-allant -emees in the xxat fur the suppression of the tel?. ?Inn, as opposed to one who, having been educate?! at the expense and in the ti'ilitarx H'lnn'1 of bis country, forgot his al!? glance, iir?.K" Ins oath <?f loyalty, and endeivorcil to oxcrtluiixx its tioverritneiit and dismember the Na? tion. 1 can not and do not fora-aj*aad four foon of my own luv and the Mitl.-rings of my ssssrsidea can ii"? be blottod boa my up uiory, my miud and '"-? heart." ________________ Pt.Rsus.u.. The Duke of Argyll owns 17".Ill acrc-i ami ha a !'i.".i-?i,t viiiriv iii'.iiii?* of 0253,000, Mr. Emerson will deliver ? lecture soon on " Th" HniMi l.itiv?'," In aid of tlie Old .-"iiih ?*B)_r*_ fund. Gov? 'noi Mt Clellan is said to be a persistent ana iin"i?iii|>lis!i"?l coil.-ctorof ccr.imlcs. Helios been vi-iiia_-i|.i ?i.n.'i:.-) In 'frent?n, Wttl Df. W? C Prime. Clili.iti.tu Kieter, who WM u inemher of th?' C?r,:.n Bei oi'itiotiary Par'iainctit of s-4#, ami who was tot a tine at tin' head of the i_oVti_?.ut. ?lied ia iliiMwaek. It i- surely with a trae raverenea and i-or roxv thai i l.'.'y in r..it::tii.l. Ma., ot ?very aniiiver-ary of Hie cri :it I'n-i?i.oit's ass.is.-m ?tioti, drapes her houso, l.'i-i'i?- au.l i ut. in uiuurutLg. ,**i nit or Cam. ron and Miss Sherman are to lie in.irii'il in Cleveland, <?n ti"' Dth of May. Missr-.i-r _'i In that work beloved bj xx,, n i. n, '" sUopploo*. Madame Fournier, the wife of tin* French Ain!, i.-.ioov to 'I'li.l,. x-, W.I? Lit' ?y invited to ('?itilier, ?B? h'-r husband. I.y the Siiltun. tarn la either taaB_St or .-? ? ??ml I iiiakisii lady who Ms had Uns honor. " K.-i'uunau Joe" lias been mtMMft? t:> go .icalti mu? the Ninth Polar r?'>:ions in Company with the exi'i'iltti?'ti of sean li for th?' Frankliu r?tattoo. IBS rill Sail ttttt Nci-LondoU about till) mid.ilt; Ot* June. The report that the commission for the Lee statue hfi?l already 1)?.*eu awardeJ aas untrue, it is ?it*? poaad ii.ut li xx ui sa -"Bras la IBa Autuiun. The aa_at Haa Of fum?n i??r the statue la beiti_ vt_orousljr pushed lu the sieut'l. The original seal with wliiob President Wash ?n?i":i aiulitntie.'it.'il his .nix-it,- -__ Stats papers la s lid l.y a xx nt i in rhe Edufiilioiu? Weekly to SS owned by .Mr. l?ii-'iti'd ?). W:i.s!iitik't(?:i, ?if Waiseka, III. It Is ?ii|.|i,.?. .1 to be th? sea1 impressed upon the death war* . rant of Major An Ire. Governor John I.?*o Carroll, of Maryland, has aoceple I tlie ?'fflce of tiutioriii'3 i>r?-il lent of a lar^tj Matea! teat!ral valea it is *a*o**?aaai la aali in bb_B> more In M:iy. Professor ?otmt ILiiiieriU is |a ho nut-leal (lit,, tor.andatao-s the inti-ie.il soiiities axpassai to taka par? i?. t_ neti??ima".?.?<?? an _m l>ldeii*ra0_, o.*r mania, laan.Bor, Alton, lianuoiiie and liaitiuioro liUta i tul?. ?' Poor I Mimas!'" *s*_d CourlK't ot the elder noveitRt tn Mi ta ci.iiiiott.- A'i.inis, who writes concorniu? tlie artist In l.ippinrolt. " l'oor Duma?! We IIveil to Hitaor oan sasMMf "t Trnuville, and he, as you know, prt !? ?1 hiini-4'lf on his ulillity to ?:<??k. Wo u??'d t<? cook ? and always quarrelleil over them ; niel Dnniaa xv..m?! iiiiv?' in? wog, auti g-mas-tiy aa_asd tut-m to s ii.- ?. Pom Diiio.i-'." The lato Priiiee N'apoleon Lucien Mut?t once It-fad in .). tf.'rsoiiCoiinty.ln tin? Ht at?*. He bull t in ills ou Ihe ImUaii I'.ivcr, and laid the fotitidatlons of a town to ivhleh he iravc the B*UB I of " Jeaelilii)." The nata?? ?till *alaa*l to the place, !>ut uotliitiK r uiaiin to mark It < t ??????t ' h*> i?:i?lk'<' U'Tii?? the riviT nn?l t'?' rutu? of th? il on. .I.iailiiin ?lui mu a?>nr,sh, and the fortune of tha prince sra.lu?lly waateil away. The Hon. S. S. Co_ delivered a lecture in x\ .?Imii'ti.ii recently on "The Toetry of M? <!i .iilsin." Henning i" UM am lent I'.mtheou, he concluded oa lol lowt>: "lilxxeru pertultted, in a loftier raitthvau. to tiiakI iuili'1." fuit!,?' tenth Muse. It shmild lie for the Mii*x of taaakaalaaa, *ae__B_ug u\wn tin* miracles, mutations and maKiiitl'eii.?'"f t?I inateiiul I'ulverm?, and llftiiiir I Bina, iu '.itiicli all sin,ulil |iiiii, of praise to Hun who is tin" fountain of all fore? and the Uix t-r of all t*r.ice." Some yer? ago?it wa,s in 1807?the elder Mr. Benin it. of Ihe Herald, sent for one of lila ???lit?rlal writers, und in a gnat raB*e scohled hltu for reiK?at"dly iiaing tue prefix ?' Mr." wheuspeaklug of Horace Ore** ley, whom The Herald was then urirlu?: on too I>vii;i?la tttre as a ciimUdiite BBf L'uited tstates oeiint.ir. II? llln?trateil In? n-t-aninK li.v* askiiis* th? ?*iieati??n. " You wouitiu'v api'uk ??f Mr. Baaralae, waald ?out Oi-aal_r*a u a;it_t?i piili.???il'lier ll.in ^??ei.ites ever xxa?." Tho ub:i?li'"I eilitor promised never to repeat the off'-ace. "At eij-ldy," hays a writer in Harper's Maga' ?ine, " a ifentleiuan in New-York City commenced tr> iii?* to walk up tlie Bta1rs of tlie Evenlnj- Post liniltlitiic, and tOOtt BBS eleven tliKhl? of tlielii. of which tlure are ulue from the street to liis otllce. Any of the ekvator mon will tell yo" ?liut when ?he cl-vator is at all ful!. ?S bo will no cheerily, up all the nine flu-lit-?, seemlnj-ly n?>n< the xxorse for it- Within a ???.... Ba tttt t"!d t.'i. writer Hint In-st:!'. e'Uniined dutiii?-ti< il am! elu?) work boforc bieaUfBat dVlUy."" -on?* may Mr. Bryant keep up theio wal _ CE S ERAL SOTES. A pirty of twenty Chinese washermen -vere am ?'???( in Boston last Suutlay u!>*ht for a-aa___aa-l ami ??tie of tlioiu in view of his had luck was heard to utter tlie foilowiiii* tOtMOOJtf : " Wiutt ifi.nsee play iv?lo-ll Me hold four kllna; and a lace. Melican mail liol.l fmir ni a kling; whole week wash.e ?one all Sams liko woodhlii?'." The reif dos at Trinity is now one of the town slioxxs, uml sti.ino.t? n..tu the rural disiiiet? can? not pay their hotel bul? and shtke off the dust ot New Y.,ik xv It u B ?l'tl't coiiscli neo without rldlui- down Broadwaj aafl alO|*|*las la BUStt at tin: maride and mo aale panels. W.lli the peru.is.siou of tho reetor of tho 1 ar.sli, Mr. C.coree M.IIii.sshnsiii:ul'?froiuaci"ii:it' at ?? tircuietit-. a i!r ivxini" of tlie nliar and reredoa wlneh is Bow on cxhlbll urn at th.* Ae.i.'i my of rVstirn. < optes . f tin- eM. lient ?un? Ina an foi Bale at Triait* und also at ?otne ot the eburoa b?iokatoi-ca. A Ni\\-V.uker sends to litETumrNE a lei? ter wlneh lit' haa Jasl rec? lveil ftutu Im son, whotsa eomiiil??.i..v Of tBS l'ult?"d MB??I Army at Fort Sill, in Usa lu.lian Terni.,ry. The aSBBB* says: "The Imiiaus are i?Ivuii; no little trouble here on nccotint ot tl?' ex t ceilliicly iii?-it?;i-e supply of (iox eminent rations. They an pr.'liiliitttl Irom _oiii_ heyoud the limits of the reset* \ at ion, uml K?me Is au scares within those bounds, that tin v t :inn.)t obtain atttllelcut for their needs, l'ull B> tiots for Indiiiua have been unknown for u y?_r post. Tliey are Doming to I?? ?I.'X?' til at I lie ?.?>\ ?riiliii Ill's pi ?n u.il.y to Starrs tlieni and tiieirfuuu ;es lo .le.iili." Seven Hiiiish tars ri'cotitly Rot leuve to jfO Bal MS ui i "iistuiitiiiuiiie, xvhere tiiey took tlie train aud Mint |,> Ban Mtefano, They encountered thera ?oiua Hit.-sian soldier?, and nit wem t??-,-? tlier to a UrlnklDif pUce kept l?v an .Vrincniau, a wooden aliauty ha-til" built since the nrrlval of tUe army. The Kiivllfi". havlnl plenty ,,f ii,..n.v, tie.itid the Ku-alaii* uiauy tluie* Tncy ?lrstiK aaofe otlier*? heolths, and to the ???uei n anil