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F0UND1D BY HORACE QRE6LEY,
SATUBDAY, APRIL 27, 1878.
vhtii supplem?nt!
KEWS TBM MOBSLSO.
) brior.?Merohaata ia Gerraaa and Belgian
nartarefuee to eonatae gooels for 1o:il' royngea in
liritish ahipe.=3 Tefik Paaba baa lefl Coa
?taatinople for tlie aeene of the Ifiiaanl
luan nsi'l;. Lh "itenant-licneial Il.-imanii,
of tha Kus.*iui Army, is dead. == (iro.it en
thmriaaaa la i ta ihe Baat Indwaat tlie
oider to aend troopa to Malta.
]iomi>;u?.?Mr. Coa, Mr. Tappaa, aml Mr. Belig
mnn. of N'ew-Yuik. gave their riewaapoa reanmp
tion to Mr. Ewiaga oommittee yeaterdayi the
baa callad f..t tha May >3,000.000 ol
4 _ par iiiii*. = ?sAeaameaof tbeHoaeeof Rep?
rataata -sa n_dority acaiaat Ibe Wood
TaritV l; il. =Thb Tbxbithr'i exposarea arHb
nfeieiac to Soiltliern olalBM liave led tn an at
tearpted reply by b Mi*?i.--siiiiii CangBnaaraan,tbe
Babetaaeeof wUehia ael f..n!i in te-day'aWaab
iiigiini dispatehea. == TbeBolahan Exciae Bill
waaroeeiTedby tbe Benate and referred tothcJu
dieiaiy Committee, wbere it is thongbt it may
peajdblybe pemitted to reet =lfemoria] day
waa aaaanred in tha Soath; tha eonaarateac of the
I'niiieili rate miiniiiin nt WBa laid ut IfacOB, Gh?, aiul
ahrtter from Je_araea Daria, aa tha abjeeta <>[ tba
war, waa read. z=^? PreaMeel Hayea rhdted aaene
af tha liwdlm BaBiiiiiaatenwi oi Philadelfdiia i Mi*.
ll.iye- rhRted the Behoeia ; lu.tli liel<l reeentioaa.
OoaaaRBB, The Benate waa nol Inaeaaion yeeter
dav. - Tlie Boaee paaaed the Poat Offlce Appro
pi'iuti.ii; I'.ill Withoat *."i.ial deliate 00 any topic
Bxeead that of the pay of letter-carriera i Mr. Tiiil
liji* ma !e a |>. l-.in il cxpl.ilia'ioll tO deuy tliat lie
bad hatrodaeed a UU for aa appropriation oJ .*!,
:iiH>,iM?>.(?>o. a? w:ih ehanjed i'tr a Mmaiaaippiaa?tha
?um aaUed lor waa only (90,000.
CiiY am> M nrniiAN.-llieri: w.-re "rnni" nt
tlie (;.iiiian aml l?ry l)..ek Savintrs I'.anki yi?>
terduy. Tlie State Hanking Bnperintendent
taid that th.-re was no catise for aluriu.
. Mr. Beeehat deaied reporta that be
would Mie Mr. T-tOB and Mr. MonHoa. An nn
known winiiuii iatanaatBd the Flymonth prayer
ineetinc. ===== A juivatn Kno meeting W$m
held, at whiih ?tei.*i wcro tnkcu tewaid rncn
itruetioii. _?__ BefOeta were in rin nlation tliat
W. II. Vandorliill's iiitenlion in (Oiog to KiikIuikI
waa t<> eatahUah a ateeaaahip Hae. == Greal Inter
aaRvBaahowa in tl.e eloBing aeeaee of the ilewell
trial. - !_Tha bodyofa Brardered taa_,Bemard
1 w, wafl fouud in the Erie Basin. ?
Ihe Itu hinoiid rcturiiod wttfa BBWa of the
|inu_ie** ol the mw I'.ia/ilian railroad. =
Manv pera aa baoh adraataaaof thaafeeeed baak>
ruptey law. - =Oe_l,100% 100% 100% Gold
r?lue of tlie litral tendi r dollai at the tliwe, H!lT]0
cent*. -i " k* ferarlah and iaotaatiag, but gen
orall.v hrwi r. eloei?g Itragnlar.
Int WiiAtiiKi:?Tkibine laeal eba rradoaa ladl
;at?- (("?! Bad clearing m atlier. nft.-r a f0RJ_f mom
lug. Tlieniioinetcr ycslerday. 60 , <J1
r.\
Mr. .Jt li'otMin Davis wiiti-s BR __p_ado_ed
jilin in defaaaa <>f the Ooafaderata eavM to
QacaiarlB. ahew they ueaphtalB ;? Oonfadetate
nii'inotiii! a_y. Tba Horth, haring beard it,
la npaeted to icbum ehaeifaDy tbe baai-eBB
oi liiiini.' liygoui'B Im- liyir.iiii'*.
With to-day tlu- nnniiiil Auu rii'.ui nii?'ratioii
botfin-. in BRiaeRa, iifurly filKl mloon pRBBBB'
gera baiHaf by lonr katdiag Hnea. Bat the
li,u im- likely to Uagt-MR, rather tlian
d_afa__b l.'iiat!.!, aa tbc Exbibition anD
haidl> ba 1" its l?'.*t dPBM until a uiontli 01
two iitW'i the openiaff.
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Tlit' nCB wiii! iniiiili-ii'il loiiiai:'. Fi-roti, aad
i-.i.k hi*. liiuly, wrdgbtcal with ehai-fl aad
l.u'.ts, in tln- Lust Hiv.-i, tlii.u^'lit, uu doobt,
that lli.ii Ub-MM-I miii t wan aafe. Bat it is
aaeaaac BRaxaawaBia*a ao Beldoaa thoroajrh that
iiiitn'or will out. Thcso wni-t.-hcs Btapidly
low.nil ttuir viftiiii's hotly iu watcr ouly
fnur IM d<?T- 0
Giiiiiiil IlutltT skrm uotico that lu haa a
l.-iil. in B?-. iw. B? lifii Ughlf iinportaiit iti
fortiiatiniirisiHitiii^ coiiapt iiiattict'S ou the
pnrt ai aVa LaaUaM Co__ahR-aa w-Jol. for
tlu- iiiiMiit. ba will kaap " tf.niidcntjal." This
is not GkMHl Butler'a old stylo of warfare.
Advtrt-*iiiicnt9give the other side a chance to
accmuulate bricks.
?
By the con.racti owarded yesterday for
lightiug the streeU, the city will Bavo $150,
0(10 in 1878 Bpoa tli" Hiun cxpended for that
parpaM ifl 1877, and that smn was rteeU a
eoDdderable redaetioa apoa the ratea of tm
i.n ..? Hag year The aaa eompaiiiea an ander
pret-3 good dlaeipline. al laat, and aeem to
have abandoned tlie idea thal tbey awB the
tOWB.
AU bope of gettiag a Legialatarc thal woald
mnddle oar city govenuaaala aad aal op I
only on.- vciii- oul <>f eui.v two, maal ba abaa
doBed for tha pteeeat, Mr. Btinaer'a bfoaniaJ
leaakwa'aaaeadment to the (-^aaet-tatioo, aftar
bariiigpaaaad tha Aeeembly, baa been Btrangled
i? eoannittee ta the Benate. It waa rirtnally
a propoaition to cal dowa, by Bfty per eeot,
the oomber of 1< gialatiYe placca, :in?l the rep
reaentntivea <>f offlce-holderaand ofnee-aeekore
eonld bardly bave been eapected to accepl it.
Mr. F.'-li'.itic is diatiagtdahtag himaelf ta
the Beaate, aa be did ta the Aaaembly, by
talking the Tammany politica] eeonoiBy. In
the Lower Honae, be plead the caoae oftbe
laboriag naaa aa agaiaal the eontractofj ta
the I'li'i i Honae, he defenda the labortagman
agaiaal cooTiel labor. I" tha one, he aoaghi
tn preecribe by atatote whal wagea eoatrae
tora aboald pay, nnd i'i the other, be
aaka tbe Legialatore to forbid the em
ploymeal of eonvicta ta a certata branch
..I work. In l"?Vi? caaea, Mr. Eecleainc knew
, 'i tn dcapiae himaelf tborouKhly for
tbe part be waa playtag ta deladiag aoedu
eated bmjb vmiIi falae hopca of relief whieh bo
Bpeecbee or billa eoold briug. The Benate ia
of the opioioa that the eouvicl aboald work
and ht'lii nay thetaxee whieb tba arorktagman
will otherwiae i>o oompelled to pay in patt,
rather thaa that the workmgmaa ahonld be
compelled to aupport the eonvid ta idleaeaa.
The Beoate aal dowo oa Mr. Eccle*atoe, tbere
f,,n-, trj ii viitc of three toone. .tiatoomuch
t?. hope, bowever, thal he will atay dowo.
The snapenee, diatrnat, and Dl-feeltag whieh
aow diatrael Earope are almoal aa greal n
plagne aa actoal trar. Ia Englnnd
tbe preea warua the Government thal
it v. ili bare to flgbl Bosaia alooe, nml
may diacoTer eveatually tbal Aoatria
will reap more advaatagea from the eooflicl
than either of the n;:ti<.us directly tarolyed.
The qnrbblea ta regard t<? the Coagreae
are deemed too ahadowy to be graaped
by ondiplomatic miods, aod the l?;iti>li
people are coBatraiucd to believc iiui
their Governmenl baa reaolred on
boatilitiea wbile il ia oetensibly oaing the
weapona of diplomaey t?> preaerve peaee. In
i tlie atate of pablic feeltag ia egually
diatorbed. The peopli 1. ive no deaireto quarrel
with Eagtand, aad eannol rearbse thal any
tliiiii.' bnl sbeei perveraity impela her, <-f all
other natiooa, to deoohace the Ban Bl
Treaty, nml ignore the overtbrow <>i Turkinb
power in Bolgaria. Accordiugly they are
intenaely excited, and feel thal m>
qoarter ahoold be ahown on laud
or gea to an enemj tbat wantonly
attacka them. Prinee Biamarck La doing hi
utmoal to promote barmony, bal be baa be
impettenl at the mdeciaire, ahaffling
conducl of the Britiah Cabinet, and act
rather ta a mtaieterial enpneity than
? ii m friend. Ilis mediation i-. however,
,-i pledge thal the negoriationa will be pro
longed onlj ao long aa tbej are likely to be
protltable. __ _
Whal the Miaaiaaippi plaa ta carrytag
elec iona la, we all kaow; bal Coagreasman
Money baa ahown ns tho Miaaiaaippl plaa of
earryiog on debates. It aeeuu to be to t.ll?
well, it ia expreaaly probibited ta tha ointli
commandment Mr. Money, ta Beeking
to break Um force of Thi Tbibi ai *
diacloaarea rcapectiag tbe demanda oi
the Bolid Boutb upon the Natiooal Treae
ury, ha* eorapiled b li-; of Nartheru elaims
ao-called, whieh i-. tn apeak plainly, impu
dently antrothfnl. He Btarta eff with a bttle
Item of $1,300,000,000, fora ahip eaaal from
aear the moatfa ?>f the Miaaiaaippl to st*
I...H1-, whereaa the biBon whichhi baaeatboac
Bgarea aimply appropriatea |30,000 for the
Borrey of Ibe propoaed route, aod it wonld be fi
gonthern eaaal al that He baaea $157,000,
apoa a l?i!l tor the eonatruction ol
i railroad from New-York to Cbi?
eago, whieh doea oot propoae thal
tlu- Gi.v.niincnt **)mll pay aaythtag
toward tbeeoal oftheroador graul aoylhing,
either iti landa or money, or other ralaea. He
l,,.,_,.- $60,000,000 opon the lnll extending
the tiiin f"! the completlon of the Northeru
Paciflc Railroad?a bUI whieh doea ool add
one dollar to the preriooa graata Biade to
that road. I'.y heapiog ap gigantieally abaard
Igarea lik<- theae, Mr. Money reaehea a pre
].o-ii i"ii- total, al whieb be profeeaea to be
greatly leared, knowtagall the wbfle thal h<
baa liiaiiiihuiiiicil abneal all Iii- Bgarea with
oiit any reaaoaable pretexl; thal ba has in
doded appropriationa for ajrdinaiy govern
BMnta] parpoaea, whieb w.ll lx- expended
for the beaefrl of tbe Booth as wall ns
of the North, and tbal Ua eoUeetion ol
hoge bogua elaimB from the North
beara bo reaamblaace to the eoaatleaa
borde of fitnall dafana eoming op 6rom the
Booth, aaeh of wl ?i repreeenta aa aetaal
deaign npon the Treaaory, and has a baogrj
man behtad it. li is the ol 1 Btoryol the .Mis
Biaaipp. iil.ui?it ha been OYexdooe. If Mr.
Money bad .-:ii?l a boadred millioaa, ha migbl
bare beoB Hatcned toi bat when be t:illv?
iiin.iit fifteea bandred pulhona he will <ijily be
laagbed at. ___________ ______
////: DAXOEB A!1E.U>.
Whal li the Commonial doiog la tliis cooo
try f Thal it bi hi;;li time to aah laabaodantly
i.i,.v. il by Mr. Maveeiek ta tin- tatereating aml
imjioftant article Eromhia praetiaad pen whieh
wa pnbliah to-day. Ijs coneloaioaa are aat al
togtbea new ta readera of Tm: TBnnmB. In
remarka npon the eoaraeof Weatarn Graagera,
apoa tlie rapM apread <d the doetrinea of in
flatioaiata nnd repodiaton at the VVeei aad
Bonth, apoa the greal railway atnke laat year,
apoa the diapoaition ao often manifeated by
Den-ocratic demagoguea to Bncourage tbe eom
tniiiii-tii- f-jiiiit, and Bpoa iii.iiiy BtXOgglea !?e
twaea trne lieedom of bibor and the deapotiam
of tradea unions, La thiR oAee and elaewhere, we
bave repeal dly eodeavoiod u> draw pablic
iittintiou to tlie tbreatening attitade <>f the
eommaaiatie elemem ta thia eoontry. BntMr.
Maverfek haa galliered aod artayed, with re
luatkaiile oadaatry and foree, tho evideneea
whieh Bhow bow eompleb ly tha nntiul orgaai
yiition af tba Commaniata h;irt thaa far sac
aaeded ta eaptnring and tamtog to its own
parpoaafl iniiny ?d ihe powerfal tradea aokma
of thia countiy. That tbeae (HgBBlratifma un
di-r Bneh leadorahip, h iti becogaa neaa daager
ous to the pabUe welfara, threateidag the vny
exif.tenco of civil order ta tlii- eoatrjr, Cbw
will disjuito efter they Lave cxamiiu-d tliia
nrray of fftcta.
lt muat bo lenieinberod that a great rhango
in the dirootiou and memboiMhip of sonie
of the niost iniportant tradea nuions has
taken placo in thia country alnce the Intorua
tional bcadfjuarters wero trauaferred to New
York. TU_ i_ai__e Lau becu fieauciitly oo
ti.i'd bj men fontmilv ntost iiiflm ntiil IB aW
iliflVrcnt tradea. Little by littl-, they hi <
been driren oal <>f taflaeaee by more red '
and violint mea; itep by Btep the rarj ebar
acter af tbaorgaaiiatious haschaaged, aotbal
the protecdve aad beaevoletit aleaaeat baa
beea greatly lacrtflced, and Ihe dictatorial,
d__truetive aad eodahatk fdeaieBtB hare
ateadily gained Btreagth, plaetBg ihe tradea
oaioBB moredUectty i.i rb attHade of warfare
Bgabul cirilixod icciety. Theae ehaagea, aaore
nver, bave btoaghl lato i'o-iti"!i* af control
many peiaoBfl ahoae eJoaa relatioBi with bV
liitciiiiitininl leaderi ara kaowa. Alliml witii
ihi-ni an bbbm of tbe boMeat aad laoat daa
gerorta demagogaea in tbe eoaatry.
Wniiiti tbe paat year, we bare aeeo br or
gaabsed tasarxectiofl arreetiBg eo-taietce aad
destroyi ig propertj in many Btatea Braralta
neoaaly, aad bave alao aeea a Bo-ealled Labof
ur National party growing v.uli remarkable
rapidity. Tha Commaaad dooa the Bcbeariag.
Tbe Tradea UaloaiBt and poUUeal demagogae,
imin- or leaa _oeo_-C3ooa1y, do the work wbicb
tbe Commonisl plaaa. li i* aot aafe to over
looh tbe fari that tbe deaiagogae nml the
UniooiBi appeaJ t<? popalai prejodieea whieb
bave gained great force witbto tbe paat few
yeara. lu tln' minea, In tbe Itob, cottoB md
woollen niille, iu tbe ?hoe Bhopaand tbe tobacco
ractoriea, aad oa the raiiwaya, <ifforta have
beea aude, wlth very greal BBceeee, to czcite
a.'nl iatensify antagoaisai betweeB labor and
capital; tbe nii-.iii.liui of bobm baaki and
biaaraace compaaiea, aad tbe greal pro peritj
of otbera, hare aHke beea uaed to afoaae hce
tility;the debta aad taxca of araaicipalitiefl
hare beea swelled until the boodholder aeema
totheaatbiakiagapablicenciBy; and thalegia
lative warfare npon tranaportiog i orapaniee baa
promptcd tl em to eomblnatioua whirh threaten
tbe proflta of tbe produccr and the free
dom of commeroe. Ali tbese thiaga eooapire
?..:,'i tbe gi neral proatration of bo_ini - ? torpre
pore the minda ol men for raab aad danccr
oob r.itui-i I-;. Upon iiii* raal body of inflam
mable material tbe Commanial baa worfced,
ilius far tbe more BacceaBfally beeaaae tbere
haa beea b general iaeredality amoag ihe
ordeHoving aud property-owning el
A telegram froHi Chicn ? tea tbal
labor orgaoizationa, nurubering three or fonr
tbouaand men, have been arnied, aad for aome
weeka bave been drilliag in tbal city. Tbere
i- little attempt, aa Mr. Maverick ihows, to
di? _iii-i- the pRrpoaea of theaeorganizatioaa iu
t!n* eoaatry. Bbeltered by freedom, tbey are
here to deatroy frei dom. lh re the baoded ea
I'liiir-. of Bocicly, bo looger ahadowed by tbe
policc and awed by ,!"' anniea of deapotic
goveronirnta, plol .with Impaaity, orgaaire
freely, ami themaelvi * and dtill at ph aaare, aae
the l-iill.it to create in the chief ciliea aacfa
officiab Bad sach pollee m may rall tbem,
employ tbe tradea nniona to aweep into their
x'iiriiu - many of tbe h Itcr sorl of worluaeo,
and thua prepare for open warfare again*!
Mici.il order and civillzed tociety. ii la lii-'!i
tiiue to ^- i \ ? ? tbu matter aeriona atteatioo.
Mea who love order, orbave property to I"-.-.
caonot Bflord t-> treal with Imlifferrace the
.. auci i of Coniniouism ia tlu* coaa
t ry ? _
Ull c UIPAIOX OF IB i -"/'.
Kewapaper correBpoudenta nt Waabii
aml elsewhere profesa t" bi puxzled bj the
revival of the Florida nrandala, Bad are won
dering, with ranocenl aimplicity, wbetber tbeae
confeaaionfl nnd affldavita have 1.t poid for
by the anti-Hayea Bepablicnaa or tbe Tfjden
Demoerata. Toaathe origin nf tbe movement
plain enongb. Ever aince the defeai <>r
Itr. Tildea ia the popnlar eleciion of 1870,
that gentleman, 01 aome friend actlng for bim,
baa been tryiog to aet aalde the rer
ilict df the polla by tbe exerciee ol aeercl
Ui-ueoeea. I.i Deeember, 1870. a aegotiation
waa earried on betweea tbe Tildea maaagera in
thi* city aad eertain politiriana in Oregou ? i
uf them ln Ingtlie Democratic S. nator frora that
Stn l to "parebRBe a Repablieaa il.-'tot.*' A
committee of tbe B< d it< bron rhl to light tbe
i"l( .?i.:!-iiii' (">rii -I'-inl. ue ii.i i tli i* nefai kroa
ii ii: - iciiiiu, and di covered tbal tbc money tor
Ihe purcbaae \>n* sctnallj depoaited, thoagfa
for aome aakaowa reaaon tbe Bcbeaie fell
tlirough. Then tbere were mysterioaa dealiaga
with ,ij_i ni-> or ri'i'tiiid agtata ut peraoBi iob
.? wd to be ai'le to revciae tbe ro i
,,f L.iui-i taa. After tbe voteB of tbe
Btatea had nt laat beea caet, there
waa a conBpIracy to preveai tlnir betag
connted, and it i> aow well kaowa that we
were tbea mneb aearcr tbe penlooa edge ??i
i-ivil war than tbe eoaatry aoapected. Tbe
preaeai attach upon the retararoi l*i7ii Inat*
all tbe characterlatiea <>f tbe crooked aader
tiikini::* wbich preeeded it. W'hether Ur.
I ildeii really bag. the ddaaioa that be ean
(ni*t a Preaideut who bolda officc by the
atroogeal Htle Imagiaable, or only aiabca to
prepare the way fof 1880, it is hardly wortb
wbile to laqaire. Whatever hi^ motive, hi*
haad is phtio eaoogb; aad it baa uot eaeaped
aotice that wbile the aati-T_deB TaaunaBy
orgao iu thi;. city, Ti>r Bxprtm, baakly ron
demaa tbia McLin nnd Deania eaterpriBe as
a traaapareat deviee to keep Hr. 'J'ililcn'.'i
naiiu' before the pulilif, aaother Jeraal,
repreaenti?g the othei wmg of the Deatoc*
raey, baatily awailowa ita nwu reeord?.olta,
m io apeak, it* Blea tor a wbole year?ia order
tn in*i-i upon folloariag np the mvraflfatiarj,
Tbere i* notbiag aew ia the Florida Btory,
nnd thr only BMMOB lor repeatfaig it aow is,
tbal three or fonr raaeala who have beea dis
appointed in tlnif political r>zpectatloBi ate
uiilin^ to Bweai to it. In Febroary, 1 ^77,
the sainc aanativc waa toW in tlu- Hooae of
Bepreaeatativefl by ? Florida Dteiabei nanad
Parman, a BepubUcao wboae Mai waaaboal
\ai be Kiiatclicil liotn tiiidii hiiu Iiy a Ilrtno
ctiitir roiitr-tant. Mr. l'liimaii apiian ntly ( x
peeted tbc Repablieaa party to take ean
df liini, uud wln n it declfaied to do
ao be deaooBced tlu- _.darhiiBiration bbauion
*U r of i 11 ?. 1: 11 i 11111. ? ; ln i.l.ind lo bfiBBetf Bl
B lu.ly viiliin MB_lged in tbe lins of mailM
"doni" (in poiat of facl he bad beea almosl
ci'iiiintiou-ly in nonic comfortabk gover&Bieal
place for fifteea yeara); aad just a* be waa
abonl to be diambiBed to private life be threw
thia .-camlal into Congreaa, aa Bridgei aveagea
ln r di*i'li.iiri by amaahiag th*' erockery.
Mr. I'lirman'.* BtateiBenta attraeted ao arti-:i
tion in 1^77, nml we Bee bo reaaoB whj the
same BtatemCata ihoald be eonaidered import
iint aow wben they are rcpeated l.y mneb !? -
repatabk peraoaB. Hr. 'I Uden waa too ahrewd
a pi.litician noi io pereeive tbal tbe aataral
cooneof eveatahad beea makingagentaforhii i
evei _Boe the laangaratloa oi Mr. Hayea. Att r
that eloBcly-oo&teated electlon a great maay
B^lTtffM of doillitlill cliaiarlir bOBbl t!m
\\ liito Hooae aad tbe Departtaeata with ekua
oioiis ili-mands for M__eOgBit_eB" and " n
" Witrd," on tlu- groBBd of inytliical BBnrieaa.
If Mr. Tiidi'ii had baaa the wiaaer, tiu- hhm
or a eimilar set of imn would have j.n si nu-d
iu-t Buch claitii* to hiiu. A wiso l'n -i
dent would have tmncd thi in out of
iloors at once. Mr. liaye* WBI Wcak
enoii_h (o pivo NM of thun plaetH
wbich they were iucimable ol liiliii., aud
wlit ti nt larit it berame neceRsary to cut them
adrift, they were twantj time* more aagry
thaa if ba h;id never tri.-d tO i??-friend them.
K ia alwaya ao, I'nt a ragne or a f?ol iuto
an ollice whicli ho dooa. not deseive,
and he thitiku ba baa BO inalii Bable
i.iit to it. Bo theae bangry arialehea
?tiie BpeeUI-aerriee elerk who went on
a spree with the (Jovei nmeiit money, nnd
eonld n"t gel ? eonaalahrp; -ha haggaa wlio
WOafd nol be Bnytirfng tam than an Anditor
of tha Tuaamr, and eoald not ba evcn arer
? uik ilcli-ctivit for more tlian three week*;
Um atateamaa from the Evergladea whom the
Beoate did aot eonaider fit to bo a
Jndge?all theae, aad i Bwarm of otbera,
Whom tlie Ailniinistratioii h.irt m?t "iec
'? ognta d" at a!l, bare baaa tor a jrear
worktag tbeaaaelvee into a hotter aad better
tadigaatioa at the " rata of the Bepabliean
" party ia the Booth," aa iUaatrated ta their
frayed enfla and broken boota, nml tlu* in
fiiniy of a Preaideal wha "betraya hia
M frieadaM by leartag them to the paaga
ef thirat, lha degradatioa of work,
aml the daoger or erimtaal tadietmenta.
Tbey bare been offertag themeeivee for aale
rfgbl aml left,collogotag withGeaeral BuUer,
tempting William E. Chandler. walktag eaa
tioaaly aronod Boaeoe CookUog, threateatag
the Preaideal, aad eaattag Big-ifleaai gjaaeea
toward Gramerey Park, wbere oar aly
fiiiml has beeo aii the wliile looklog at
them with n pecnliar expreaaion ta lii-i left
,-...-? i . ' ? ii extra rXNrtraetli n ai the cor
ii. i- of bia montb. Mr. Tilden ia patient and
r-arefaL He waited till there waa a praasare
to aell, aad we preaame thal be baa bow got
the whole loi rerj cbeap.
THBQCICKBNED COSSCIENVE EPIDl VIC.
The bow tadaetry now in proeeaa oi devel
opraepl baa nol yel gtveB aa any rery en
conragtag resnlta, bal there are atill greal r":
Bibiiitica in it. When we cooaidcr the large
iiiiiui)'t of Ittle peraona to whom the new pro
. i of conxeaatagother people'a -in- ooder
tbe apor <?. a qnkkeneil conacience oflera .1
atcudy employment, with ehanoi oi a greater
or 1. ? . de 'ii '? of remran ration, we cnnnol help
thinktag thal the boaineaa la d< tincd to
extend over the whole conntry, Thaa far the
railarca ta i' bave been more eonapicuoua
than tl.t Micceaaea; bul thiaoaghl aoi todeter
otbera, who are <>nt of work uud ready tor
Bpecnlation, from andertaktag it. The tate
Mi. Tweed waa a eaae of thia kiml of qoiek
einii eonecience. IVith 1 riow of proeartag
hia own releaae from eonftaemeat, ln* waa
readj to confcaa almoal aaythtag to alraoal
anyhody. And be did eonfeaa; with mnch
voluhility and at great length, thoagh
vvitJiDin Bacceaa. Tho receal Brooklya con
ti is another Inataace 11 an aoeommonly
wi'l! directed effort, toBowed l>v a moal
bunentabli failore. Then there nn the Florida
-iai--ei. n. who ii"! bavine received from the
Admtaiatratioa the eoeouragemeol they
tboagbl they deeerved, and the recognition
:.';,! promotion they tl.ghi tbey had rairly
i-iriii-', anbmitted thcmaelvca to the proeeaa
of having their eonucieBeca quickened?de
tcribed io the moal toaehtag nnd tearful
lanffuage by tbe remoraefal McLin?and
imuiediab ly to eonfeaa, in the form of
au affldavit of the moal aotemn eharaeter,
thal :i.?' Adminiatration wbb aad i- a frand.
s> fai aa thi pnbbe la roncerned, this qnick
ening baa not been attended with any reanlta,
h_| it is not imposaible that, ta
their relatioofl with certaiu todividuala,
they mnj bave BCCompllBbed aomething
whicli doea nol yi 1 app ar. Then there i- the
mv-ti noiis wltneaa anearthed by Glover, who
propoaea nexl week, when his eonacienc
fairly quicki ae I n; ? 'to the aticking point, to
conreaa tbat the officera of tbe Treaaary De
partm nl have Im en redi 1 ming fraadulenl
bonde. IIow be will eomo ool reamtae to be
? 1' 11.
AU theae thin - go to ihow thal eonacieoce
quickening baa become aomething more than
.iti epidemic "r a eontaffioo, nnd, in apitc of tbe
failarea whieb bare oecnrred thaa far, i>
1 ipidly developiog into h buataeaa whieh cer
I '. farniahea ezdting If nol Incrative em
ploymcnl to peraona who wodld othera iae have
Dothing t.'"U1.'. ih.ii minda. And it bia
calling whieb, when it eomea to be
fullj aoderatood, a ili draw baodreda
t,, it by its romantie faaeinatkma.
c.ni-iihr for a momenl whal a Beld it apena
to the trampi the politica!, aociol, Btoral or
religioaa tramp. UoW eaay for bim, after a
day of onrequited mendieaaey, to aBp into
a viflage whieh haa beetf bleaeed?aa whal
village is Bot?with a acandal, ard after a
brief penod of preparation, to briag bia
qnicki ned a nactence t" a eonfeaaion whieh
will deligbl the whole rillage with evideacea
of tbe gaill of ;?. Boapeeted deacoa or a corn
pmmiaed elergyman. Whal a Beld for luveo
11,, 1, aml with whal aaaored rewarda,doea aacb
a irroepeet opeo. Whal tramp ander the apor
of mefa an inciiemt nt wonld beaftate, eapecially
if lus conacience had been qnlckened by
hunger and abatinenee, to eonfeaa tli.it
Deacon Bagga bad ael Bre to bia own barn for
the Ktke of tlie insiiiaiiee, or thal tlie
goHaip abonl Paraoo Pipchin and the deacoo'a
aife waa abaolutely true ta every parttcalar.
W iai visions of comfortable entertainaMol
foi iin- body aad Boul-eatiafytag Botorietg for
Ihe mind open to the Irainji who hovers OVOT
n rfllagB meilitiitiii-,' with a ('tiirkciied 1011
?cienee aaeh a eonfeaaion. Here, then, is em
plrjymenl for tha bBe, ebeap eontrition and ta
I \|ien-ive remoTBe tor the vieioaa, entertain
ineiit for the pablic, and what the niolain
caU" iin -devil-to-ii.iy" for everybody. Doabt
h m tlu* fas'iioii of it origioaled away
haek ta aoma remota paat, bnl ii
baa in-vei- iintil quite tatelj <,,,'"<' Inta rogoe
io largaly u to liae to tha digaiiy of a regn
lar iini-iiit aad ateady baainaaB. There have
been qnlckened eonacienaea, of oenrae, and
Bceompanying eonfeaaiona, ta all agea of the
norld, bnl the qnickentag and confeaatagahave
II nalli hiii.iitu appertained to tha peraonal
vrrong-doing of the owaer of the eoaacieace
aml maker of t!"- coBfeaa-OB. We bave
tbanged all that. Conaciencea are qoickeoed
nowadarfl tor other people, and the eonfea?
aiona are all of other peopb-'a aina. ll ?
to Im- a iiiiidi more cheerfnl cxereiae.
I.. t ns ba prepared throagh the eomtag
ie, ,1 for tlu- tramp with a quickened eoo
srietii-e. The tr.-ni]) eatchefl quickly the spirii
of tbe Ume, and bt prompt to reapond to what
-.?I ni tO be l!ic l"i!'!i?" '...tnt. If he ?t ?-, a- be
;. rery ahottly liable to, that quickened con
arienceaandvicarioa oaari tbi thing,
.,;! Bood the marki 1 before the aea
D\_r.
TBIKXD9 )!. I/.7.T MEETIXO.
The orthod a braneh of the Boeiety ol
Frieada beld itfl yearty Bwattag ta Pbiladel
jilna last week, Tbal eitj i'??r 1 few daya oul
on tha nld benign aapeei ol tha abode of
lirothrily love, bo for 1 ? brood-biimmed, bIow
naiing old mn and floeka of dova-eaIot_d
woaiiii i-.'iilil j_'ivi- it to them. 1..1111I1 aaed to
lind Aaai iiah-tinlid, geiitk* womeii n-liiiinled
hiui of tioouti of tho shiuuig oui?; bul they
are apt nowadays to nugirest ideas qnite aa
w holcsorne aud ninch more ptaatteaL No blow
bg of trumpcts in pulpit or preBB procedcs the
greal yearly ec-fareBce of thta body ; l>?t jj*
at tlie ainoiint of sohd work that bl lepoili ,1
bb done by theail Tln-ir a__t__aaan noi.se
I. a bat va.*;, aml ?iBBBgad aa BhiawaBy in
refereace to the real aim of iihaiilgr bbr
helpiag a man to ludp himsclf?that thoy
havo strvedas a moih-1 fet aliuost all the mie
eeaafal beaevoleat -Mtitatioaa in the eoaatry.
In ether nafjiirh. Uie rbbbbI report of thia
eoeiety deeotvee Btady by othor reUgioai
i::.iiiis. Tbe aehoobi aader their eaxe are
notcii for the aevere aad thoroogh traiakig
wbich tbey give to their pBpfla. It is ? hm
_Blar anoinaly to Bad a ieel aeeklag out aud
adaptiag Ihe aaoet advaaced BBBthoda ka
i(lacbiag fiotn 1'vriy aataoa, and eliagiBg ol>
Btiaately to trivml pecniiaritiea la diaea aud
Biaaaeia of the daya of Charlea II. Aaotiiet
BOteworthy poial m their report is Ba eleaaB
aeaa, _OB will Uud no I'litcrtaiiiiniiit for the
pulilin in pniruiif scamlaN aboat Qoaker
preacherB, no vapid sentnuentalisin ooeiag
itaelf aa religiOB ta their palpita. Ndther
ahall we Bad any'of tbeir cbarcbee iu debt,or
in aeed of deaperate Kimballfadag reaadiea.
Ind.ml. the tadividnal Friend ia aot ta deM ;
hiahonae may be gaOeleaa of art uud brie-a
Iiimc, liut be paya bia grocer aad batcher.
The aodety exerciaea a grave aad deeoroaa
raperv-Roo over his taeome aad ontiajr aad
checka Um flral aiga of bdadfadoaa ixti.iv
aganee aa tbe Bnl algfl of ernae.
The Qaakera *lioiilil meel ta otber ettiea,
uud tbal ofteoer tban once a year. The rety
sighl ofthe bard-featared, pasaioaleaa beea of
tbeii mea, aad tbemodeat, clear-eyed woaiea,
ongbl toezerciae ;is wholeaoaie aa taflaeaeeoa
peadthrift, emotioaal, harryiag age, aa
thoii; li they were iuleed troopa of incoiupre
lieii iilile an_cl*.
our attention baajnat '?.salled to a ly pearapht
calerrorin iheartictoentitb>_>'TheHaBfaxOo_iB_B'
iIob onee more," in Thr Trirurb of Tneeday laat
ln niving the often-qaoted expreaafcni of Mr.
Make, tbe Cauadiaa Miniatei of Jaettea
aa to the neceealty of a nnanunona award, the
WOld '" Aiiierican " WBB lefl ont. Bad tho
lore. of the remark aetnally attribnted to
Mr. Blake at fhe timein the Caaadiaa Jonrnala,
waa thna greatly diminiahed. Wbat be waa
reolly then reported aa aayfaig araa that
,!il,l only _et M what tbo AmericanCommuv
. -,-,,,:lM i'l' V.lll"l. I" Clll'lll''."
POLITICAL K0TE8.
Florida lea la the work) aa a arodncerof rarsatila
I1..1 ?-.
If v ' ? oretban a Icadten-eent pieeefor
that confeaaiou, ii waaaewindlo.
The "lraiid" party aeema anabhi toeomprabead
tbi tremendouadangerol atanding behind Ita own
gnna.
UJn.n b man makea affldavil tbal belaa gifted
liar.wbal ia the affiilarit wortb, ezeept toarrehim
atauding aa a Demoi rai I
Tne "frand" galaxy of martyra aow ataada:
Whitaker, McLin and Dennie, witb Qlover,
Kuotl .i >'< 1 01 ?? .'.'M'Im'i-' lu.niaarii'4.
It doea tm! bm m wortb wbik fer Qeaeral Ewing
toeontinuoto apend tbe people. Boaeyaiinplyto
?how tbat nn 1.?-!"?? lal!.' anthority oa inanee 1 oia*
cidt-a in lu ? fantaatii uotiona.
.*.n it.ir Barnnm appeara to thinb that tha i? 1
itl trj ao dodge all importanl pnblic iaaaeain
th. I ali e.'inii ???:-'". lt wlll bave a leborioua time
ilniiiK that, ii.i u 1* on tlu wtoug aide of all of tbem,
ind will he kc| t tbere.
A cniiiiii-el.ar k t.-ristic ?,f all the rietimaof the
c ofquii i.i nui conseiencea in Florida i* their
tonacoiifi --io" that the) were rerj bnngrj for
more tban ayear pievlooatotheattack. Tbbiwoald
Bcem tomdicate tbat thi provi oatwn for the alarm
ina nut|ioui. nl and acquin d, would
l,. mnal eaaily fonnd t?y iareatigating tbe qualrty ol
ti:.- Bndden Bupplj oi wad.
Fa'iii.iii. v-!.-ncial .lolm T.. Lore.of Ban Fra'.i
,; ro, ii annnunccd aa a candidate for (Jnitcd -
Diatrict-Attornej foi California. He ia rommi '
1.;. tbebigbcal antbonty ia tbe Btata, and will nn
doubtcdly ha\. ibeheertyanpnorl of Benator Bootb.
lle waa .rtornevGeneral ta tbe fcrytng timea wben
Mr. liootb waa t'lorernor, and retired from oflice n
,,.,,r nian, inatead of the ricli one he inigbt bave
!?,.., _ad 1, been l< -- -? rupulonaly bom it.
Tba illver qneation haa iln.|iiv,-.l trom p^'itie*
i-imii-l.-t. ly. Nobodjr 1. is any more bUi rthaahe
bad before tho amended Bland UiH ?enl intoopera
iinii, Iml yet tbere are no abrnaol diaaatiafaction
anywhere among the people. Thedemagognea have
attetnpted t.> *nr np a popnlar grnmble oaee ot
twice. bnl barereeeived nol tbe tlighteal eneoar
a.i nictit. Tbe bnautrddoUarrenoaea in tbe irca.*
n'\ inatead ol tbe poeketa of tbe people,yet tbe
people N.'.'iii contont, more m posaibly than they
would heil tlu \ \m-ic foi'-. "I to .any nianyof tln
uglj thinga abonl with them.
N.-w Jersey leeai - tohare beea ebeated out of her
eqnitable abare >'t tba greal rirer and barbor divide.
TberoaringRaritan _raw8f200,000;theDetowaia,
(.110,000; Btaten laland Bonnd, |15,000] the
Nortb and Bonth Braacbea of the Bbrewabary,
*-i*.,immi, and Cobanaey Creek, |5,000. Beaidea
Uu *?? iii'-.ik'i'' BBMraBRi tbere t* a litths appropriation
of ^:i,!KM> fnr ertraetiagaaaga froai themontbof
theKalcm Rirer, and a little more for aerapingoat
tbe bottotn ol tbe aame stream between -harpatown
?iml tln D.'l.iv, ..ie ( anal, aml ibere ia an order to
aurvej WoodbriibreCreek. the 1 i\ <-r Eliiabeth, tbe
rirer Kabwaj, and tbe Manaaaqnan. lf thia rom
initi.i' bad erfcr atudied geoarapby it woold nol
IniM-m_l.-iini the Paulinakill, tha Peppercottoa.
the Mouuacauetkong, Bpiudle Gnt, aud aereral
other atreama and itraita narigabbi l"r amelta.
The tax-payiag ettiaaa who looka orertbetitlea
af thabillaintrodaeed in tha Hoaaeof Bepreeeata
tirea in the Monday morning boai will aot Bad it
rheerfnl readiag. Laat Monday ? biU to endow tha
Lowery _oademy ia Alahaauiwaa referredtotha
Committee nn Edacation aad Labor, aad billa foc
tbe relief of tba Preabyteriaa Cbnrch in Manrtta,
Oa., .'"I the reliel of tbeMedical Cdllege of -labaaaa,
for tbe relief of tho Independent Order of Odd
Fellowaof Okalona, Miaa., and for the reliefof pcatty
ninch BTerybodj and averything alae, tbrongb
fonr pagea of lac T'i'ord. were referred to the Com?
mittee nn ClainiB. lt ii apnalling to radeet that the
in. iiainrv experta <>f tbe llnitx' bare beea in train
iiigall tne aeaaiou to traiuc that Mbwelbmeoaa er
Siimliv t'ivil Appropriation bill, whicb ta to be rall
rniiileii throngh jual before adjonrnment, Thia ia
liable tO Ue the liioiiiuneiilal ateal Of the a_e.
lt i-, beonailai more nml more evideal that the
li.-mnirati.' party will beforeed le _H apoa tbe
" 11 iml'' iilalfnrm Ihi* Fall, wheiher it Wiahea to m
i?,t. Tbe siini>le fact i.* tbal the party baa no otha
laane. It baa done aotbiog in Coagreaa bnl what i*
bad; ii iseniinly on tha defeaatre, aad maat ye'.l
"iiaiiil" to ilivcit attentioB from ita owa ?hort*
conUnaa, Of eoaraa ltwoa'1 balptbeminnili. bat
then nothlng ean dotaat. Tbere are BBmiatakabl
i?>, id. ncea tbal thi people are oal of allpatieneewtth
tliw aerpataal B_bf1 to keep theiaaaea of the la*!
iaini>ai_ii llti*elll'(i. < Uie e in ? c ? lt i-xerv wliciv U
Ihe iiiiim i*al qucry : " V\ lial ia tlila Btull about 1 loi
ni., | llave \"n i' ad ii I I 01 my parl I am ao tired
,.1 tbc wlii.le t !i? ti 14 I eau'l reml it ;i! all." Ontaide of
political 111. !??? tbe whole buniuo_i ia regariied a.* an
iiniiiitiLai .1 iiore, and ao far aa tbe agitetion im*
,-inv iie.-i at all ii ui to d.-ai.- uupleaaant feelinga
tjiwani ihe men whoarekeepingit goiag.
Tba rndden weakneaaol 8 kar Baadall on tbe
queationof Protection la aabitobe daa toanokl
idd Eeaaire alUaaee betweea bim aml
Pernando Wood. Tbe agreemeat _ aatd to have
been tbal Bandall ahonld be made Baoahar aad
^'o(,(l (ban man of the Waya and Meaaa Committee,
_nd tbi ' tbe Bonthern and Weatera meav
ij( 1, waa obtaioi d bj tbe promiac tbal if tbey maam
m Wood would prepare a Uu iff
bill wbicb would ptoteel tbe Boathern tobaoco,
1 and r'nc Intereata, aad the Weatera whlakej
iia.ii.-. Everythuig v\as aoing amoothly iiii a rival
cnudidftte fnr ? >??< 1 diBcli ed the game, and
cicai. .1 b partutl patiie iitimni,' the Weateru membera
b\ iiii'iiirinu thal wbile Uandall aometlmea talaed
iiiainat Protection he alwaya vptedin favmrof lt.
,. thia pauio Randalila aald to bave ^writteu
aereral leOera deelaring bia aympatby withFree
morcmeuta, ibe genaral tone baiagaimUar to
the one alxeady jiuhiishcd. rbeaa lanen an uu saui
to be iti BllBt.Blif BBd their puMieatian it tbraat.
etied iu case Itandall abowi s-'.'ns m wcakeniiuj
I't.ltsOSAL.
Mr. Van Lann .Hwritinjfa Iiook tipoti a ve rj
f.'M'tivsitiRK n?l'J* Bt?tha lii-t'.ry of "LUt-rary K_i!e* tn
t;ir:liillJ."
Benatof Witi.or-*. of Yhginia, haa Imvd.
(.-ic.itly hi'iiiilttil ii.v au o;*eratlou rei-ently pormnned
apoa in.' 1-yen.
Mr. Joehaa Koatgaaaary Soar-?, the eaaaai*
tegriy vvouitny raaaa BaaaaaaaB, ba? wa<ie a xood naeot
B ("tray $10,000? bo baa gttBB it to tlie liostou Art
MsaVBBB.
Mr. Henry Shuw, of St. Looia, has jmt
fClvin to tho cltizensof th.-t :>laeo n tltie bronw MBBM
of Shake-pearc. It aaaaaai in tlu- Mull-'r Foaodryat
Mo'.ii'-h. iimi la uiutt fc-t in heijrht. Hla aaid to hav>
artiaUc m. nt.
Dr. Martin, pi-esidfiit of mt C'liineao Imjaii.,1
(.'ollegc at I'ckl'iif, baa, ln t!n- past few yonrn, tnM
uud imitllslii'il in tlie CBIneae tonnue?Wheaton'- El.s
uients of futomationnl Law, De Mart.-u'u 9o_B I'i;. ?
l.i..tii|il'-, u Conslderalile portlOB of tha lieii.h e.nle.
DI itaohll'i Vi.ik.-n-. i iii. aad WuulaajT- latragaaMaa t.>
IntcvraatkNUii l.aw. iai aa tezl booka bnvotbe annetloa
uf tlu- CainPBB l*iTi-l_ru Oitlee. au.l MM widely attldled.
Mr. Wcndell Phttttpe, wliile in _la_
lately, fotliid hluitalf oUi- day in :i plcunut houie, wlieto
imo of tho Dioiniuetit aaraaaa WBJ a little Klrl elereu,
v.'-'-k- olil. Wlien Mr. l'uillipi roae to ie?, bo nulil to tbe
BMKhae "f tha litti* aaald: " i traat, if i haa twaaay4aa
ortwaaty taraayaara taagar.IahaB haaa of thu auie
one aa bi'inif (iovernor of Miiiin-"ti'.." " Wliy. Mr. I'liij.
line," exclaimed the lady, " aaald you apprave n'
tiiiiiK't" ??(.''?itiiiiii- piD-ipi ragty, atoda .a
all lerkNuaeaa, " way notl"
Prafeaeor C. II. P. Peteta, the Bader of as
tereMe, ie a fitiudy eeatteaaaa Bxtj leera BM,wMhaa
inaiiviiii-'i derertoa tn aaeaee. it i* t.iatod tbat. harBaj
i" ti ttivitcd to Baaaa aateeteraaaaal in ciintnn, ha
oeaaad Ua evaalBg draaa an-i wu* ab.mt to ko, vbaa H
ocoiirn-l t'? biai tiiat ln- would Juit *ti>p up t.? the BB>
.. i-v.ii.ii/ aad i iha a )" w Bl mi beawral ?tar?. it _?;>,
u tino, t-le-ii- nL'iit, nr.it after a time nttotit ln obacnra
i ioi -, he b tpp I.- i t" ' btnk that it n.n-t i.e the boar aa
pointed lar taa party, H" laofcad at hla watch, tbi*
htar-Kiizer?it aaa utdBlcatl
IfTaEdiaon, ai ii yoangtafograph oin-ratorat
.Meui'ihin, was known for tbe qiialnt drnwlii^i vvitii
v.'iia-li, in t'-i'l k-Hure nionu.-tits, ln- llluatHBBl lha
Smttiioni prt ss roiKirtc. One habif uastoeoiivert thotalls
of iiiK n's and y'n into fai-os, with thu BMBl ludleroni ox
prowiioiii* innftnahln Aaothec habtt vaa to dnw
a railroad eorva araaad a bin, attfe a train
Ol ean at I0D tfttt\ on the flr^t i.ir
waa a T, on lha BBCoaBl V, nti'l so on tiatil
Tyitr, tbaBlaaatara to tha r-jiort. w-.i^ tpalala
oa the laal oar, baroly paraaptlbla Biaaaathaaarva,
wa- " ii<l," or flald. TMa BOattaaai for BBBM tline, niitil
a ItaBapUa nlilcr t'liiiiished o parii?*ra|ili pralafa rta
tbe hlxneal t rma tn#> beauty ol tha aketckea, bal oo
lectinK to them on the RTonnd ttaat tbi to kna
tm. mu. b tiiin- lll ailniTi-ii; them, and iti tivin_ to llel
iiei'i"; i .!.- ciita t" H ,?; i-.-iit iii'in. This vaa lha laal
ul iii.- "lllnatrated presa reportB," aa Bdlaaavaaa_>
oi-eiini-'i.v aanalttre.
Whfle Greaeral Grraat was iu Coaatantiaaplfl
theSaUan aiaaa bba a a?t a< ? beaaMfal haiaa. ahar
iu.i rarfchh M .j ty bad ihaaa ala aalaea an<l ir.irdena
toblsiiii' i, l.e.- iii'iiutcil bliu to hii, staii m. Hai -
bia beet borai to Im pel oa sshlMtlaa, aad vhaa thag
had baaa -nri. :.-ntly adaitred bo taM the Qaaeral to
mako a sclt-cii.iii, tak?w lha aae whieb plaaaai bba
in.'-t. At tlrr' rlie (leaeral totild not eOBBaalte it.aud
w.-i.-miy protaal .1 ?jrataal tba Battaa'a bububbII/. Tho
Baltaa'a Mbitetcf .>f War.bowaTar, latarpaaBaVfeaBwBBaa
Oenoral Oraat rl be dldaot acaaat tha ui t Ue_a|eaty
, i. ? I,,.,. a dlapleaaed. Tha Oaneral tbereupon
i ii .1 ippb Kr.'v, auperblo lorm and liavniu aatap
. . .: . .-n BduiirattoD tbe aya of aaj i
i;.:-. iin i,..! ?ona were bron?bt oat,aad the bocae,
ai -|.'. i.'i.il Bttlre, w;is i i i" G :i ral
(iiant. Un- Bnltan, at Iii" owb axpeasa, Iiki aeat ti":
bo to Mai . ? -. alieii.i- ln- aiii praaaad i?>tbiaoity.
Hqmbcbo, April adv?Priaee Biaaaarefc la in
im daafi r li-uiii b'.s BMlady, Unt his returu ta ?
ha detarred bbbm Baaa
GM.EEAL >?<?. .
Tbe rebellion ta Williaton Beminary, Eaat
Hamptoa, M laa., baa aat baaa aapyea - -i- on Woducs
day i.:-M tbe traaaaaa aaaalaaoaMly aatai to BBBaara
Prloctpa! Wbltaa, aad bB raataaattaa v.-_s ptasagUr aaai
_ ; i>nt dariag tba aaaaloa aboat a boadtad atadeata m. t
.a: tbe oaatpoa aad attiaiiiiit-.i to bara aaa in *-tli_?y with
iiat-i.u. Boaaaaaa Tbin aataaaaay
eieiiteit a n vni-iiiii in tba fieiin."* of ti,.- triiHieer.. They
im t iiu-iiiii, rafaaad le aeaapl tiie reoiKmitioiia of tho
Prtaetpal nd tha HaaaVlfaatar, aad geBaeaBhBBi ro i-n
taai tha Faaelty, nnd to aalaaea dlanlallaa, eaaB wnat tt
Tbia to tbe aebaal whara the bara ahaaa nirt
wiiii tbe r,n un .' flrto. and to deooraa tbaPrim pal'a
i ...i- with Darberr polea, and where the t-culti open
truuki aud ran ack the eloseta v.Li.t- ibe siudeata
j..- alnaing aad arayiaa "i Bto abaaaL
i:.. I.- i- ;t ?? champion aehoo.Biar_i" in CaH
(ornla. aod like tba eharaai of Babatta'B rtval la tm
Bab liiii.iul, "H.-r lieiuity in I'.-ii. iitii inr ekiti, And Baa
in i..;,-1- "ii lier baaaa." Tba yonaaeraaiara ataada Bta
f.-i-t iea in ber i'lnk boae, eaa rlde barabael the wthda -t
naalaaa tbat araa arer faaled, aad aaa iaaea aaythrag
from tbe daaee at deatii dowa t<> a iaabti ahagk aa B
. i.i.i. ii'.iin-iii-im. Bor bn ber oaly Bttraettoaa bumbbbw,
li. I.nlnii).' Ihe (fnhiry .\,i!,o?ul boa-m tbat ahe 1.1
|,t.i!.. r in.m an Ai.ii.iiiiiei.lt; tbat ahe U miiarti-r tlniii
anybody, and " makea the atboal aaperlateafleat'e arni
tiredi-ii'tii'.' i".:.-ii.-- tn alaattck to tillr lier potata oa
. \.iiii.ii:.i: :i ?! iv ;" aml n.it ahe i-ii .-iii^r Paalm tunea
Uki a teu . taire angol, or heat aay apaft ?i tba =iai- .it
aevea-ep,
Aleohol. fiinatii'isin nnd Iri-ii temper BBBM
to tbe sarfaee al DabHoatthefaaaralafl bacd i^itrnu
a factalabt Bga> Tbe ?oeraera on tbo way to tbe rhnrcb
fgead Ihe tbac iiintifar.- Maehad by a raraaaB rrowd, ex
? i.-tb.- peoapael al a dtotarboaaa, BMd4aaadby
iiri'.k,aadpraaaiad Betaay ftateaaa, a ?maii f.irei;of
iHDv.d iiiiiiViillin--tn utetn tli." tiiri.nt of rlotern,
whl-'li -vve'.f iivviiy BMBl of tUe ntteiulu.'ita. atoniied tb'*
catea of the ehareayard oc Malad tha waii-, aud BaaBhai
tba .-"lemii worda of the bniial fervne by a rBBBBhg
nt >'f i-xi-ciati'isia. yell.i and lii-wi. Fortunately
ti.r |io;iM trati..n i.f tii" laal umi BMwah-gaatraaaaf all
v.i- j... %. a'. .i ; I. il il v..i? I'laiti from tlie deacrtptlotia
?|.-iv. ii ih'l lio inlil iu tin- il."'' **?- t'? -'"?? tb* ei'llill.
umi carry '-if i taar i" i" icea tbe Itfeleaa elay it b.-ld i,ut
-, .I-. ly protectcd. A- h aaa, nothlag leee thaa -i eaard
nf i.,ii-'i..i'l-- three da?p avatled lo li i tba i-oftlu be tjkeu
fiuiil tbe lie.ii.-e BBd i.ivveie.l into ll.e ^1 .vi.
Coagreaamaa William A. Philttpa eontrfbutei
to The Atckitm I'tniiiipiiiii a ii.xfnl l.tteron " K,.u.ii- .1
il MBBIlfBUlailBf Mute." He potata Ollt UlilU.-- atl'l'?
velupi-il lleldsol induitty whieb are dt-.tiucd to enncii
tha Btate. Tbe boat brooiu BBta tbat la ralned iu tbo
Weet ii ptodaoad Ihaaa, anii btaaaaa and braahel ean ii?
Bwaalbetarad at baaaa; BaaBaehaaaa eaa be aaavarted
Into oll; flax und hecup ean be worked aa well BB
ratoad ; wtliow ean be mpidly *ov.-n Into linskuts ; wool
cloth and yani DBOtorhM ean be effaaBBBd with proflt on
tbe riveia ; eaOOfb BBll BBB be lu.ule lu tho halllta lH*lt
taaopply aararal of tbe Weetaea Halaa ; th.-r. ara bi bj
of^'v ii-iini, amt u raBawtob ataaa?tha b*"* of bydnahe
oemenl or watorlimt- wiueb eaa be daratopad Inio a
?ourueol wealth; tbere Baapaetoa ol eUytroai abicb
HUaraakae brtak eaa be niaiie : tbere are qaarrlaa af
mai lt.?? aud liUeaUme, bill- Ol chalk. ImmUoI iiiii_u.?*iaa
Itmeatone, buJ basea of tiiu- eartbeawaat, wui.-h ara
|)i-i..'ii--iik Bab? of radaatn ; aad, Boraavar, Baaaaa
, ..it inuke ns own BbaBB, MVatblBBi WBgoaa, turuilitn-,
lofrteiiititriii t.'.'i-, aadeoaatleaa varaa, n bor ahBdrea
will only leiiru bow.
Bir Bobert Phillini'tie, in renderinjr n d.ei
ni.m two weika n?:o iu tbe otoagataarb -Nee.iie mtnm
e:ite. farea araphla aaaaaai af tha raaavary of the ??i-aii
wa.\ l'oiier wltti ii btiili.-,'iii tlu- tnidd.o." aud t" .1 bBV
tba ? 'ii't.iiu aad araa aftha Fitzinaurioe su. ??>?,., ,\ m
laakUaa tba aawieley w.iir, ataad by ber. taafe har to
law, aaa bt Ifty-twe haara braogM haa lata lha part af
I". 'i-riil, B .li.-iuuco i.luinety-rtve uiile.-. Mr. lilxon uilk-bt,
metaphorteaUy, i?.-'?ai.i Ba bara baaa beth tho ?etand
tha diy Baraa af lha eaa iin^; bat, tagaUy, ai*** Caarl bali
him tn be tbe iiwtii-r "f the I'K'I'elty. Tho Jud.e I''''
tbat tha nionoiith v ? a _arhetabh aaaa ??
|.|ii|i'tv: for, were it tala n to Ainer.-;i ..r t -i (il.'-.oW. a
M-ry rood petoa aaald ba abtalaad br Bi bal Ba *-*r?"1
atiti.|tiity aild.-.l mueb giaalBB valiio la it, abOa '?( woti.a
lieosalmurd t.. e..nt. nl tlint if WOB wortb M BMCa th.tn
aoniuch ..i.t atonu aa to i iu oata tbe ralne oi oae '?i
Mli ha. i Atikfi lo'aplcturea b> that of the eaoYua oo i hieB
the ... .k v,.i i i;iie.l. Kvi i ta itahlp. BrtiBB
On l?U :i_i.. lll.' lt li.'lvv. eli th. Ut tii.nt-, ii ..'i--.'.! tlu* VtuBB
0f Clwiputi -r-'.'.'Ktu, ii'idttwui L-i rio.oo"
aad eaeu to ii.' aatrata.
PI j.l.Ji OPIS'ION.
li theae Florida man auceeed ta proriag
. |\.-. ;!,.- ,.i-e.il? llio.v prat, i.t. tae vv.... I.r ..ll M
tli..i ihe Knpuiillcaa party aurvlrad aa l-nt a? .i .iw '?
tbe f-.iiitl..-[iiiirtf"i'i Poal (?aa.)
Themata obiectiooatottia taeoaaa tax are
tb-.t ii i.-ini.i|iiiit in lu prai'tloal operatloaa, thal " ?
luqiiialtorliil. that it ia a h..ti nl, expotdtlou o pri\aai
aOiilr-. and thal n Ua dlre l nd coual in1 I"! '? "--?
tofr.i = 'iaii.ldi?b..ii.--*y.- tie.i-tf.r.tC'.mat t (Bep.)
A Preaident-al title foonded on tian.l I
b'.n-e bulll on tho aatid. Tlu; aooner lt l? - "'
aa 'v. aml a new tltle ia ui.Hired lu tbe roek. Ih' heuw
i, r tha . ..iiutr.v, tbe i.a.er f..i the pn -, iv..ti..n " ?? r u-v
1,,-f ni bear rroai Proi toi K ioti and ht-to_un?
u. ..I tue ju.iie..ii).- [gjrnaaaa Oaanaa (De_J
The arowiera had their aay againat Becret^
Bberruan m n?ard to tb-* Byndlcatocoutraet. taw
o -illed bim a lii.r. h sn-nk, aad other poBU wm*_*
ttil-oa out that Mu riiian did not mLs.voi.-on uul tWB^
lf thU tbtag baepa an, Bbi rman will be tba _*_??gj
,/n.limoat i.'i'.ilanuau in the eouutry.-[CniclunatiOa
-.tle(Kp.) .
So far as Mr. ilayes i.s ooocerned. he W aj
cuio ln lua neut-ana-tuia un au> I'lo.id.-t ua-c.-.

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