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Meiisiiiiiii- Peptonized Btof Tonic i? the only pT?'i?ai ilion of beer eontabling It? entire nul pompornot, it i? invaluable in all enfeebled condition? whether the re.nlt of exhaustion, nervon? pi??' overwork, or tvni-i dlsesae; auil In every lor m <>t to bllitv ?.ail nlsrly If resulting from ntilmnnarv e-iii?>l_liit?. It I? frii'inll? ?mi helpful I?, the most delicate ?Inn,act). C__u WSUL, llAi'.ASl. A- ?.'?>, pr,.|?rlet<>rs, filli Ave. Hotel liulldlng. and till) ?v. ?t.______ AN nl'l'DHUMXT NOT TKT EMRRACKD. The Tnlninr ,.r .!,? The fnltn? ?ng table of tots! psvmm.t? for |???rage on re?nil?r s. ?. r?i N?-w.Voik pspers nameti, for Um qaar nil 1(1 l*????, hss been Diode up for u? from ttio ofhcial relhi i.? ?I \\ asiiiiigtoii : JfAii'Iw. S. Weel.li/. Weekly. To'al. 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Time* bv Ihe extra beOVT wood paper win !i its Walter pres?os compel It to us.-.i ? amires, a? h' with ?nch inattsr? know, : ,li'- relstiTe circulutlon? ol t lie Sevoi.l ual S. mi-weeki.v editions, ?nil ? tolenm. clue I 'iailles. .'ly ?.ffi-red. for the ?atisliw lion (?I aiiveitis.irs, to null - I? ?sk? int-ft a certifle.l ?latemeni In detail of til).? ihe several paper? con.???rue?I. to T.. removsoll ilitli, nlty. wen"? beret?, civ. rm?sier Jame? thai b-- bes Oar full cnn-i'in to funiisli, Iniincli.iielv, (o tin? ]i?,l.iisb?-r ?if I in ?l of the I'liyunnls f.'l postage tiv i in- rentrai and Tut Timm r .--??.lively, for the past <? i all th? ?in u'' rsol tic pi Tear, oa Ire in wiiun? ' t" print forthwith the ?a. i ?usly. si the head ol Ms editorial column?, m all the ls?u-? ot ln*> paper for one week._ Tnir.i'NK Kxtba No. 40, now ready, oon tain?, am??!'? other -blnn, Proteesar Arnold'? Iiln?ir?te'. I^c tioeon Hie I'hoimxiapli. II,? l?te^t ?ift of ?. nine. K. nt u- any ?ildre??, pomt paid, on rvcelpl of luc-nts. TUKTiUi)i:??,.New .ork. DAi_.T'Iiiir.rM'. Mail Bnbnenbere, HO pernnnna. Bx-ii-Wxi si! 1 iniii NK,Mail .--iili.-KTilMra. Idperan. WBULT 1 'RIM'NK, Mail SuiJiKrihcr-s irj_ ??el auiniin. Term?, eaab in n_T_noe? t'i (own ,.,lvcrt)?er? csi? lesve their t.i-or? for Tup. Tium si at 1,*_.8 ?iresdwav, cor. ;il?r-st.. ?? nos w. 2:<d-s_. cor. Htb-aTo. BRANCH OFFICES OF T1IK TBIBUN'F.. Nfw-Yi'RK?N?>. ..'-ms Uraadway, corner Thiilv flrsl-st.; Na 308 \N ??t Twenty-thlrd-at.. einer Ki_hth-av,.?. ; No. 760 'I'liii?l-:i\... corner Forty aeveolh-st.: No.2.386 Fourih-avc. Illailcui.l Wai-iiim?ion?No. ].:',?,:, K-si. LotTDOK?No. 26 Bedford St.. Strand. Paris?No. 12 Kue ?le la Monnaie. Xtto^fiik Hails tinbmxt. FOUNDED BY HORACE QR-EUEY. BAT?RDAT, Jl'l.Y 13, 1878. ITB SUPPLEMENT. THE NEWS I HIS MORN I FORKiflN'.?The Treaty of Berlin is t?-> Ik? aii/ned to? day. ??- The wople of ('??iistantiiiojih, ar fied wtt- the result? of the Congreae. "=-__ Mr. Baring. n_ the Britifih LngattUn in Turkey, has taken poaeerisioii formally of Cyane. . ?? The Otanfemen of Montreal ?recnlcd not to inarch in proe there was no riot, but one OinnfMBM was Inutaily aeeanlted while goinit home.-A meeting has hern held in Bordeaux to promote the Franco Anien, an Treaty. ______TheGoTeraee ?>i New?Cale donia ?ay-, he has the native revolt under control. DoMi>iK'.?Senator Kellogg teetlfied before the Totti ? ('i'inin)ttiH' in Waehinften, veateidaj, eon tra?lii tiiiK Auder.ioti on many importai!! pointe ; !.. L. Wcbbtr minted ta the anb-oonunlttae btMaer OnWnne beta :tt?oitt the ntleternoc ol eoctnnt mge in tbo U?i:i?laiiii??. == Tbo l__al_onfi rlocHnoe 1?? gire the reason? for tbe Crwttiin BUmee ehaaajee le New*-York. ==z Hanginp? t?>i?k plaee In Soorgta and Del.1 ware yoeterday. . The erldettee in the caae ol Pite John Fottet *feate*f_njr was rrtrongljrln favor of Cineral Porter. ===== It is thniiitlit that a Having of -Ji500,l>?>0 will bo elf.-crcil m ra'hvay mail cotoj-oiisatioii this year.?-- Tin ?tonn in Wieoon* ein has been very heavy aud protracted, aud ?iam ia greatly dneeaajed. Cuy am? St'iit KRAN.?The Custom Henee re tnovuls ?vero rouimoiited on hy ?.fiicials soil amoiiK Kepuhi.ian.? na?enUj feeterdnj, and the dent's m tion was freely criln?!.?. ?1. . It ? ??ideil by ihe (.rand Jury to take no act ion ahenf the Metr..|?oli::?ii Klevated Kinhvay noise. __-__: An effort i? ?iiakin? to eione Ihn wflo wno-ie in Greene and \V??o-.ter-sts. -The projirietorsof tlio"J!;i( k liiglinin Peinen " were tried. -___-_: Mr?. Kliz:il>?tb Caiuplxll came f(??in Canada* to testify to tin Vauilei l.ilt cuse, but her te-tnnony was txcliidcd, _____ Kliiott F. Shepurd baa coinplete- tbe revision ot tbe City Uidinauces. &_____ 1'omaiu? llillon, who shot .John K. Dilleher, was release?l. ?" *? Aaaossuiout list? for more than $700, 000 were eonliriiied. ______ Gold 10(>_, 100 _, 100 _. Cold value of tbe h-jra! - toi nier doll?r at the ri,??? ?. Stoefcnopenedqntet, afterward were irregular, und clo.ed generally wreak. Tue Weather.?TaiBL'NK local observation?indi? cate partly cloudy or cb?udy wtvitber. with occa aional raina Tnenuoui.i-r yeeterday, 7.'? , M , 70 . Fermant tearing taten for the tea ?on. and Summer trarellem, can hare The Daily Tkibukk ?mot???- to them, postpaid, for $1 per month, the ad?rete being changed at often at dctired. Th?? annual meeting of the American Philo? logical Ae-ooiatiun U review?*, on another Intto. The address of Preaidcut Gildersi??\e dealt enpeciully with the field of work pre? sented to American philologiane. The great National festival, with which Parie celebrated the opening of the Exhibi? tion, ie deecritied in n letter on another page. It converted tho Freuch capital into a vast _-?te. A conijMtciit witness declare? it to hare been the grefteet holiday France ha? soon in forty years. -? W?l)l>erha8 vindicated Webber. He has ac? tual ly demonstrated that he can tell the truth. Ile must have told as many as a dozen truths yeeterday to the Potter Committee. Wben we say that these were all disclosnree of his cor? ruption and bribe-taking while he was n member of the Legislature, need we add that they were made with real Louisiana compla? cency t A sly man, tin's Bntler. He may preach in? flation and couimuuisui, but he buys bonds. He may denounce the money-power that tr.ils PnngnUi, but Congress given the e nil's I ?isti ici of Columbia bonds a luxist, and we Misjit-ci. he helps jus! n ! The General is getting found out, for nl slyness, witli disastrous frequency. -? The Grand Jury has sensibly dcclini take any action against the Metropolitan vnted Itnilroad, upon the assurance o' officers that everything would bp iaM could lie doue to lessen the noise. It i obviously to the interest of the Coinpan do this,.that even the Sixth Avenue Hai Company must see the wisdom of tliii cisi?n. ^ The case of Romaine Dillon, who has been released from nn insane asylum ' Judge Dyknian, is a curious oue. On l>il trial for a murder committed less than I years ago, he was declared ?inane and i niitteil to an asylum. Now he is pronou ?'iir?'?l by the 1i?';i<1h of both institution which he has been confined, his ?lisihaiv ordered, and any criminal proceeding* necessai ?ly stayed. -*y Tliere seems tfi be good reason for belie Roundsman Slauson one of those brutes bring a bad name upon th<- potted for?*?'. testimony of several witnesses goes to s that his assault upon hit prisoner was a lately outrageous. If this fellow could given a year's imprisonment for each win blow with the olub inflicted ?apea his vie he would have eighteen years, aeeordiaj one wituess, in which to meditate upon ciuelty. m - The special exhibition of engravings i opea in the Boston Museum of Fine Art Independent of the will-known Omy eol tion, though comprising a portion of it, am designed to show not only the progresi wood engraving from its infamy, but the i turity at which the art has arrived in I country. A correspondent gives on anot page an intelligent account of the new c\h tion, which has a ?apodal inleiesi for Aim can lovers of the art and American work? .. it. . Alison lbiilingaine's successor is ten ye ?behind him. It was in 1868 that be ?retan to this country at the ?bead of the tree making commission, and the anival of CI Han Pin, the Chinese AtnbaMadoi to t country, which is announced to take pi next week at San Ftancisco, is t! stride in this inipoit.int pt ,.ir as t countly is ?concerned The BnrHngame tica m ?providing f??r ?the establishment tor the (i time of ?International relation! with Chii uily contemplated the inauguration a system of ?90USalate0 in this count?.v. '1 fiK-t that Chen Han Pin is ii?'?'oiiipanie?l l>y consular corps, shows that China is no? ?red to carry this provision of the treaty ii eft ct. _ THE s ECE l T. \RY A Sl> EMS UM FTIO V. ?Secretary ?Sharman'a tnterriewa with lead! bankers r? ?ult in a general uiider-iUinding tl he may at any time b?vin to pay out coin f?>r t ordinary obligations of the Government. Tl ?toarse has been ?repeatedly mentioned by Tl Tumi m: as one of the most effective mea he eoold use to promote resumption. It ?juite true, as Mr. Sherman says, that will thus diminish the pr??s-ure for gold wi which to pay ?ii-toiiis duties. Ina-iiiui'li legal-tenders will continue to b?' paid Into t Treasury lor taxes, ?o long as then pieiniiini on gold lowever small, the rest must ?be the virtual redemption of lei*; tendera, and their withdrawal fmiu circu? turn, to an amount equal to the coin pa?l 0 for ?ordinary expenses. Actual resumption b gins whenever the Treasury pays out its <*<i and takes in its pniiiii-.es. ?Secretary Sborman'a power, as we have ???> ?tantly insist? ?1, is ?ample and Indiapatabl The law now* ?nates three kinds of mom either of which is a legal-tender in paynic of all dues except coin hot s ?and interc tbereOB. There is not ?i line in ?any law whit ' restrain! the Beeretau from paying out ?go | or silv?t crin in the discharge ol the ordinal Indebtedness tot which notes are usual paid. The ?Secretary ?an, therefore, ose h own ?li-ii<lion H to the amount of coin or i notes which he will ?pay oat within a gin time, and he ?an thereby reg?late, as be mi linil most expedient, the rapidity ? redemtition. Until January l, this power i ?reg?late the rapidity of redemption will ?re? exclusively with him ; uft'T that date, it wi vest exclusively with note-hold-n ?to aaj bo rapidly the notes -hall l??- presented tor p?? ment. Henos we have held it of impoi tance that, prior to January 1, and while tli Whole power yet lists with the Secretary, li should so aas it that no notes whatever woiil be presented for payment after Janaarj i. I lie pavs ?nit gold so freely that nobody wanl it in preference to notes, tin- premium wi vanish, and the chance ol a large demand f?i ??>in ?after January i will l><- removed. Heartily commending the adoption ?of a wit course in this respOOt, WO ii'-vertheb-s-i BOggei that the silver coin will be vastly BOM ii ? ful in the Treasury than anywhere t-l.se, n long as the present supply of small notes eon tinues in eireulation. It will Im- found itn possible, as it has been thus far, to keep an; considerable amount ?if silvi-r coins in ?urn lation, because the small notes completely til the place which such coins might occupy Cons?quent ly, the coin will flow back to tin Treasury, as it lias done thus far. O course, it is true that payments of silve or ?>f gold c??in will C?pially nf-icc? tin supply tor customs payments, and equallj iiccoinplish the withdrawal ol legal-temlers Hut payments of silver coin by the Troaeuij will not have the same ciTcct in conviuciu the public that the Government consul?]? it. notes as go?xi as gold. Everybody knowi that they are worth more than silvci. What is needed is to prove that the Government n? longer deems gold worth more thnn its notes, Froo payments of gold will ?adCU?pHali tiiis, The B?ver will bo particularly useltil a.? a r< serve, to be employed if any knot of sp? dila? tors undertake to crowd the Treasury in Jan? uary next. Until then, the leas used in ordi? nary payments the better. This, of course, is on the supposition that tho Treasury still linds it inexpedient to with? draw small notes from use. If a part of the $1 and $2 bills can be quietly gathered in and held by the Treasury in its balances, there will be created some room for the use of silver coius. In that case, payments of ??liver would bo of service if limited to the amount of small notes thus withdrawn. The public, however, will have increased coufideuce iu the good judgment of the Secretary when I he signalizes the complete success of his plaus by beginning gold payments and thus commencing actual redemption. There will be little disposition to carp about the details. He has done so much and so well that the country will have little fear as to his judgment in respect to further measures. He knows that complete success is within his, reach ; knows that his farue den-cud?. u| known that speedy uianifest?t ion of s will do more to strcn._-.licn the __*_M party t!i,iu iinytliin<_r els.? can. There rcusoii to doubt that he will use his best nient to that end. THE ATTEMPT TO " Rl IN" WRRBI Mr. K. L. Webber, the lut est Lntiisian tertionist, is quite right. It rarely hn that a witness eo__uehende M thorough purpose of au investigation into which I 1m?( n dragged so reluctantly and unwill ami becomes so suddenly niul complete! bued with the spirit of? bis examin?is. fcstly Mr. Webber knows as well as any Coininittee what tin? llul 1er?late 1'otter mittcc is for, why it was constituid, us and the precise MOfN which the _>MK Congress meant to give tbe inquiry. Ht consequently quite light in resentin_; ernor Cox's underhanded and inlainoii kempt to extort from him throUfl brutal cross-examination BC-Oathlng hiul the siniilitinle ot truth and tlic of a fact. Governor Cox's eoinluc the matter cannot be defended. It only be viewed as an insidious iitlcmp ??ii large Um MOfW of the inquiry an from Mr. Webber things th.ii Mi. Wcbbc not expect to siiy, ami that the majority ? Committee bad no Idea of calling npouh HJ. Jnal consider for a moment the be nos? of Ibis business. Here was Webb most reluctant witness, who bad volant, to come forward?for the Committ???? In power toootnpel hin t<> testify?with the i ment made under all the rmnet?oni and m unies of an oath, thai previous m,,ten which be had m.iile tiuilcr similar -?am and solenniitics were deliln rate ami umpia lies. Now, the ?iivi'.-ti'.iitioii was set i?n f?? bring out jusl r^h testimony, and not pen to be contradicted <?i diwiediti <1 ; the party started it?>wanted Mr. Webber to testify lie liad picviou-.lv |m?ijnr? ?1 hin,?ell, and ira liim to do it with j'i-d as much icliic! as he could command. Notwithstau which Governor Coi is permitted t?* tl witness question! which, though parently civil ami eomtnoM In thomae wir?? plainly Balc-tlated to draw out an? which woold i-onvict the witoerM ?>t lying Is it any wonder that Mi. Webbet re* Witfa some ??pint a line ol QUest_0_il__t wl as il led linn .-??juai?ly Dp l<? an admlinio picvioii? pcriuiii-, was oh? ioii.-ly foieig the pnipoee ??f the Lnqnirj ? What eouh ii."ii? natural than for ihi? reluctant win alter being tangled in a nan ol contra lions, ami admitting p? -ijum-s enough to ml any leas-onable oroaa eiaminer, to turn u his toimciitcr frith this ??tit Inn ?t ol patli indi gnat ion : ''Von Republicane could "my brothera who i? dead; yoa e? " u-,? u?. on the stand to swear "any kind of a li<- you wanted, la ordei " rapport ami rant iin yon ; now thai you ? " not u- un- n? ."?our tool, you propose i" i "me." It was % scull,in?,' retake. QoTei Cox inu?t have lelt it. He e\ id, litl.v did, the report nays that be hastened t?> died n.-li motive, and ?ml be oulj waste. giro the witneee sn opportnnity t?? vimli? himscli. This, bow? ver, will baldly do. ' fiendish purpose i<> rain ?Webber -tun?!? dearly through the whole crosa-exaasinatl I.!-?*, why did Governor ('ox, after Web bad frankly deetribed liis prerioue porrjnr continu?- tO plod bim with qm ?ti??ns wh the most nunal observer enano*) betp tee cftaToyed a doubt ot Webber's retneity. c;in hardly be claimed tiiat Qorei Cox wne eeere. endenTorins to got fa the witaeoi mon? ptecioe Information to which of his sworn slat? incuts meant lo bave l??-!i??ved ; he was too sear ing in bis i 11 < i < ? i i i ? ? i - that N<?. f?'iir it le too true that the object was to b him itiouinl through thelabyrintb ofbii Mi .uni s?, confuse hhn in the mama ?>t his ?? Boendaeity that be eouM not tell d?finit which of the lies he intended to ?lick to, which lie iutonded to take book, Webber d cerned the plan ami it? diabolical Intent, a with In- lege all tangled np in the snare? ivfisaiy, cried ??nt in anguisb thai tl?i ?mis a ,ilot to ruin bim. Thai cry --Lulled t country, i..,., lnui i'..\ stands before t whole world to-day with tbe stamp on I blow ol the m,m who attempted to min \V. ber. 11 bai1 too long a stamp for the bn of eren ?i rery bald-headed pan, but .n cifttil,?? I'lin.i- Ad.mis will presently co dense it m some shorter phrasi conveying t earn? meaaing, which will jusl lit.; it 1?, great comfort to think, though? that Qortn Cox'? maehinatione cannot succeed, ll?- ea not ruin Webber. Nay, mon-: nobody et ruin Webber. And now let us have an end of thin trillii with witnesses who have volunteered to I reluctant, and to say under oath that wh they have ?-aid under oath ln?f'.>re p Mr. Webber ami the other Louisiana witness should be permitted to ehooee ?nit of the own unrivalled collection ot In s t ht? partictil; lie? which, in the interests of this inreetig! tioii, they desire tobare believed. To folio them up with croM-examinatioue and pi,. th?m with inquiries, the only object of win, is to confuse them in their -election, and cat doubl on their eincerity as patriote and tin iiib.iiiy a? nnii, is wholly foreign to the pui pose of the Committee aud irrelevant to th iiiisim-?s in hand, The Committee ebould r< sp-iiul at 'nee to Webbet'*? appeal for prot?t tion. After thai oarefnl and indici?os p i u ha* made his choice as to Whiob "f bis li?e h means to stick to, no member of th Committee should be permitted to brow beat bim out of bis po?ili<>n or ask hit questions intended to "ruin " htm. The scop of the inquiry must not be enlarged. QtpS care has been taken in receiving testiniony t ?online it to one aide of the question. Th Committee sliouM he < ,'iially solicitous lo fig fend the witnesses from cross-examination The pteeant nanh U for fraud. The dauuuu of the Democratic patty is for just such i,??. dations as th,? Louisiana witnesses are rcadj to makC and have ma?le for a consideration Nothing could be further from the taiga o i lu- Inreetigatoa than to have the edbet o this ti'Mtiniony impaired by crotiis-exaiiiiiia tion. Let there be no fnitlici bioiv-bcating o: witmeaatj then, ami for the credit ot human ity as well as in the interest of the Demo cratic party, let us Lave no more attempt? ti ?* ruin " Webber_ THE Ot'TLOOEjITnkH'.YORE. If the Republic-Fine of this St-tte are wise enough not to go to quarrelling over the revo? lution in the New-York Custom House, the prospects are most excel lent lor harmony within the party, and victory as it? eonse ?ju?nee. The rather unnecessary discussion __ the question of holding u Convention which agitated home of the newspapei? htl Alad out, and the wise conclusion seems to have been reached that the .St.it?? Commit.???? will not do anythinir which is not right for them or wise for the party to do. It eeems to be gen? erally conceded that a small convention will be called, to consist of one member from each Assembly I?stiict?a plan which will surely ?Move sufficient representation without ex pease ?m?! t iMbls too lidleolonslj dtspropot? tiotiate to the work to be done?and it seems ??ijually plain that Ihe candidates forth?' nom? ination for .ludge will be, without ?-xe ption, men of high character ami exeelb nt ability. A new name, which had been much ?Us? en. ? d already, has been formally added to this list by The Troy Times?that of licor,.?' W. PareOBS, of tli" will-known legal linn of Uar ney, Hutler_? l'ai sons, ?i (his city. Mr. PtaaOM is abundantly qualilit 1 by legal attainumnts, a ju?li?Lil habit of mind, and an unsullicil character for the position ol Jrnlge of the Court of appeals. EHs Maesa fee each aplaee was reeogni/ed by Governor Dix, who offered Mr. I'ai-ins a seat in the Commission of Ap? peals, which he did not, however, feel at lib? erty to accept. The I'rtnj Times states that he will lie supported by many leading delegates from that sei'tion of the State. Ib'publicans m cd feel DO alarm at the pio-peet of a friendly rivalry between men like Mr. Parsons aud Mr. Dnnfortli. Whoever is nominated, the party will bo sure of a strong candidate, an?! of ?w loyal support from his opponents as from his friends. 'HO, AM) SIB RO MORI.:' In the early part of last year, a young girl, not yet lifteen, of decent but poor parentage, was placed as servant in tho family of a fanner living n?:ar New-York. The girl was innocent and ignorant aha ha?i no mother at ; hand to protect her; the man was mercilessly sensual. S?ill but a chihl, she found hers? If about to become a mother. She could not stay -Bufar where she was ; she durst not carry her horrible shame home. In the wholo citv-full no ?lecent boUSOWaS open to her; no mother of a family, however kindly, OOUld tike tiii.-? poor guilty child, with lui* disaster, among her own children. The story is so com? mon a one that il ?-?-eins ha? ka?:j?'?l to us all. Hut think ol it I ininute?this young creature who, with I mother-1- ?'are, might still have been as innocent and gay as any little girl at her mothers side to-day, is driven oat Into ?the ?road friendless and homeless, forted to bee with her childish ?syoa a horror worse than death. Phj ?deal pain, the terror of ?death, ab? solute want, the child's ghole life to be eared lor ihs not able to ?flare ?for herself? ?then wa? no element of misery wanting in the weight that suddenly fell on her. The man went on bis eomfoitable way untroubled. Society bus not yet lound auv punishment for In.-, common offence. But ?loeiety is not <piite the brutal I vr i nt whii'h we are used to call it ; th? re is a ?good ?deal oi Christ'- leaven at work m tin- ?mus. Two or three good women, about their Ifaater'a work, found thia homeli ?m, hunted ?trestore ontaide and ?tooh ?her In, ?ted her, nourished her, fare her motherly kind . until lor tii.il ?was over and her child was born. Sin- ha? a home with tilt in still, ?and when her ?babg is obi ?-nough for her to have they will tii.il her iiroper work, ?keep B watchful ears or? ?bar, ?watntfuw ?sad edaeate dibl until meh tune M shu may be ?able t<? reclaim It. We have givN mil. an isolate?! iti-tanc?-, but our read? is will not find the ate pathetic when they know that 130 poor ?srea* torea in this girl's condition were ?received by these ?good women ?luring last year in their house?the New-York Infant Asylum, at Sixty-first -t. ?and Tenth-aye. We arge tin-* ?Institution nil?n llu? attention of such of our ?readersaa believe m teaching Christ'a religion in Christ's way, beeaoas we are eon Tinned that nowhere is His ?.?'-pel ?serried out with more simple ?tv ami ilm-i-tuesi of purpose. The chil? dren limb i ils tan aie foundlings and other abandoned or orphan babies under ?two of iiltc; ?these an- ?supported and educated until ?it an age to b?' placed in some profession or trade, the Institution maintai-dng its par-natal im over them until th?- age ?>f eighteen. In the Country Home, a branch lion ?Plnahingi 66 women ?and 120 children have been ?sheltered during the ?post .Mar; <>f the women \o have been n ton I to tiitiuTs, ami 2*3 enabled to ?earn an honest lirelihood. ?Several Improvements will commend them aelvea to the old ?frienda of ?the Institution* among them the establishment <>t a new build? ing for "b tetrical ?purposes, the enlargement of th?' main building, ami the establishment of ?l Hliall quarantine house, to guard against the spreading <?f oontagiooa iHeoaeos The must advantageous change, however, in the man? agement, M far as Ihe poor i-reatares ? Im ?reap the benefit <>f this charity ?ara coa i ti m ?I, is the ?employment or l>r. ?Angel? i resideni phyrician in the Asylum, a woman not only eminent In those espeelal branches ?if her profession which ate here ?ailed into practice, but whose tenderness and ?sympathy for the young mothers ?hispir? them with fresh coinage and hope. Indeed, it is (his tender, motherly apirit ?pervading the workinga ?.I ?the institution which i 11 ? 111 < * ? OJ to urge it apon the publie, and ?sah that it bo heartily sustained. There is danger in the majority of s:i?li establishments that charity ihould fall into routine and ineclianit.il effort. Th. no such dancer here. of ??tin?.' tin-re le mit a word t<> lie sail in tle ft'iici* ?>f tin- nuil) which lias kenl Montreal in lets i??r l?\ its tlireuts to iu*i-\ ?'tit I. Ira or six Iiiiii tir?tl Orangemen iron? parading. Theaa Insii ?rioters iiave been angaas- in a aenapiraay against tin? ?public psaes, and in t1:.' pressen tion of it they ban npeiilv a-owed their ?MUpoSS tO ? ???munit murder. All s.'ieilili- ettiz-iii will regret that it wa- ?BOtgO nuil?- tu ?pi? 11 them without abligiag the Orsngaaaaa ?toabandon the propsssd proceaaloo. At the asma time Hwonldhavabean the height of tally ami w n I.? iiin-is in the Protestant Lodaaa topanUt*.n tin? match when their stiilil.ni ii iiH-t-i linn of what _hey believed to he their right ? onlil not fail to result in Moodahed. If Montreal is eiirs-ml with thirty thoti sain! violant fanatics, who arc not to ha wentiullnd by the pi'lie., it is ?piito plain Unit tlie Oramre men arc not jmtitieil in getting t?'ic?-tlier in th? public itt.it? and tantalizing tin so ItO.OOt) rowdies to at tu? k I hem. Thopoliassn hoiintl to prevent ?my kind of a prssSSSlen ?which is likely to causo _ publia il ist urbaine, ami tu twi?luii|-.-r lil'n aod property ; ami no ?MSMtSI have a shadow of right to occupy the streets with their celehriititiiis tuiles- nah e-tiaorditiai v ?sad sanseessarj ase o? tha publie thocoogh-sraa la rmisiiteiit with the pio-ervation ??I the general gootl ?acdar. W*a have ?heard a great deal about the "right t" March;'' luit mi such right exists. A UeeaSS to parade Is a privilege which the authori? ties are t?> ?rant or withhold SOOOrdlng to their judg? ment of the eiri'iiiiislaiii'e-i. Thsy are only reipiired t.i be tlioiotigbly impartial in their treatiin-nt of rival parties, and to allow the fullest liberty consist tut with the welfare of tin: t'oiiiiii'iiiitv, Hut apart fr.un the abstract principio involved in this ??.is?-, there are many masaaja why it ?la daairabla th?t each displays, from wbtcbevei ?tSettoa they ema? nate, should he ?iiseouragad, if act sbsolntalr pr_ hibit-d. They are that s of a hitter parti? san hatred which has ?listra-ted Ireland for MO years, ;i political ?antagonism wbiah stii! lilis thai ? ?utiilry with im-Ianih ,ly and dism aoenes. It is tntolerable that ?these wraSda ?i tights sliould M tarried across the ocean and perpetuate?! in a free repuhlic, which has m? <?.ri-, aide interest in them, no concern with cither Limerick or the Ikiyue. Iriahuivu whoi adoyt oar country in ax-, J abanas .?ngtVirown must leaeetheir antfeeelejaa-? n?U bebind thcni. J tii-y inroM tight out thoee old lind?, let them Phot at ho.no and C. tritt them BUl there r we da ass want them beee aaill theryart rea?ly to become peaceable American citiz n?. II >t weather is s cause of irritated nerves, and Sumiller is, therefore, the season when nulasneee beeama meet voxati-.nis, and complaints an? tondeet of villanous odors and cnicl noises, and all the thousand and one discomfort? of city life. Th? re is, probably, a closer conned ?<>n Is tween tho thermometer and the outcry over the racket of the Elevated I'ailroad than the sutl.-n is suspect. Tho getitlemnn in an tip-town apartmotit house who began by com? plaining of a rocking chair overhead, and ha? now applied to tho courts for an injuni-thm against a baby eatriage, would have boeu less seusitivo to little mleeriee had he not been onpre-ssed by ?the coiulitioii erf tin? atmosphere. It is at time, like these, when tho physical system is debilit-ded, and open windows give free admission to the music ?if tin, hack-yard, that the question nightly* aiiggesta itself whether thre is no form of injunc? tion or other device of tho law that can reach the common fence-eat ifelii nvtrali*), a creature of im mtUSC vitality which is now in its highest visor, Families who go away for the Summer arc in the habit of leasing the Aoeseetle cat t?> for ngo and bowl at will on the neighbor? ing premises, and tho fences cou_?'qii?'iitlv become populous and vocal as they are at no other season ot the year. Wind her a judicious system of licenses and the appointment of official cat-cat? hers miirht not give needed relief to the public, and at tho sumo time afford a safe outlet for a spirit of en? terprise which in now misdirected t?>wr.rd ?loir steal? ing, is a aaeetion for the consideration of the Com? mon Council. -? A new industry has been discovered on the East side of the city. A gentleman riding down town by !!;<? Third Avi-niiu Railway notice- a decent-boking man who escorted a drunken companion to the ear ami. after seeing him safely stowed away with a timid paces?jrar t<? lean against, retiiriicil to the Sidewalk. Going up town again in the evening by the samo rout??. what was the sur? prise ot our informant to see the same guide bring another tipsy person, and prop him up on the rear platform <>f the ear, tho eeate being all taken, "How much do you wantt" asked th? drunken man. " Fifteen cents,'' WM the answer. The I tree paid; ami the pilot returned to his post, to watch, no donbt, tor another job. lli-re is a bint to enterprising and able-bodied nioti who ;ire out ?I work. I here is a plenty of be to be pieke*, up on Chatham .?t., the Bowery and Ihe avenue; ?mil we nivsuiiio that thorsilWI company will cheei fully cooperate id BU ariai)???-ment that nromieeete eooure far them agr?ai m ia_ p leseugen who are now loot to the road la eoaooejueaee ot , t, inpor.iry inability to lind the way from the side? walk to the track. The exhibition held at tin? Acml-mv of DeoigB I-o? ??-.i-oit in aid of til?- society d Hecrative Art gareaomnehdelight t<> art lovers and serrad M i m. useful parpoeee that tbe anaonueesnent of the formation of another loan collection this \.;n for the H lient object is r?? COiVOd With UM liveliest cat isfaclioil. The ladiee la ehar_e of the enterprise peeadse to nuke this second display ?ven better than the lirst. That was tntntSTkaslrf! both for tho wealth of rare and beautiful object? wliieh it brought lo exquisite skill and taste which Koverni'd the arrangement The team ?write will andoubtedly aietnundefa the exhibition in O-tobi-r: ami ?v.? trust that the <???, n.-r? of paintings, porcelain, pottery, lease, tapestries, un in.?, ami oilier Irea-suies winch hfl within the Hope of tli?? ,1. -sired colle, tion will promptly tiring forth the ?in ?nous things with which fort une has Mossed them. ___________________ POLITICAL NOTES. The Fall campaign cannot be won by snarling, but by hard work. Collector Merritt will he easased presently at the multitude of his friends. The South can well afford to pay Jell Davis a lib? eral .-alary to kc.-p his mouth shut. General Bailer's fraud bird slips away from boa ??v. i.v t..just es be gee-, ready to deposit the salt on its tail. Webb, r is ho, al. -s.-ly involved in the ,.Biet of his own li.s, and cries out that there is a eon-miai-v ??? ruin him. It woold bo like ruining an o\cr-ripe I he party of th,? DuMronterrt?d is known rsrionaly .or kt.fi.r'n, t.ie.-nb.i? k aod National, lint _ inoro appropriate nsme would be aitittant-INnnft cratic, Uaimplj afford* an opportunity to i left-banded Dent? ran. ticket I!i.'thcr-iu-la\v Cas: y is a furious third tenner, as might have been expected. He says General Grant to be nominated mi tho first b.-iHoi, end that tbe Southern Kepnbliosns will be solid for him. If Mr. < laset is a i.mous t.. bare bin predict ?on \ i he should secrete hiotaelf froin the public eye till lHSII. , Mi \Y.\Ui a? on ;? ?tii! Uterine nnder the mini _? ?ion that Ihe public la interested in hie controversy with Mr. Hewitt, lie ?alls the latter a "veteran and variera!, d prevaricator.'ami ome more bees Mr. Marble to coin.- out ami sustain his ehargss. If Mr. Marble thinki of going into the eard pnbDahing bii?iii??ss. In? mil lind Hi,? public lia.st interested in anything lie may bay to say eoneerning MeLin'e . hai o that Marble a?,un,! him that " be woo ?1 not ?lie a pom man " if lie gave the vote ol Florida to Tilden, The greenback eomplieetioni in Maine are not confined to t!>?' Fifth District In the Fust Dietiict proposals have been made by th?< Demoerati fora combination ticket, and tbe leaden ol theGreen i.a. k party have thought favorably of thorn; bnt the ' ? n ml i? I al i? picked out ?lo.-? not suit .-mi body ? _? cept the leaders, and there are threete of promle ??u .u.-? bolting il be le nominated The feet to? the Qreenback party lias been nonnsbed end Battered by tin? D?mocrate for the parpase of drawing etreagifa from the itepoblicane, and the few Bepnb t w ho were begailed Into the movement aro Hiidiug tins out, and are returning to the old party, I ins narrows the organisation down to a lo! ol . ii..in both 1.1 partira, all of whom want an olh. e, am! Will boll it they don't _et one. The Wisconsin lVuiociats are in u curious situa? tion. They tried to abeorb the National party last gear, and find now that the National party hasab i-orbed them. They adopted S sift-nioiiey plat form and nominat?'?! a (Ireenhti, k tick,?!, They wer? beaten, but when the Legislature m??i timy termed t?senme eanlitiea over Benin, and again got the worst of it, for Ihe Nationals reaped all the bono?tSb The net result has been Is strengthen the now part] at (ho expense of the old, so that the fonucrhas Malted out on the coming campaiirn all hy itself, ll ?Iocs not consult the Democrats at all, but go? s ahead and Dominate* its candidates, and leai old ally no choice but to full int.? lim- in th.-rear, or ira? ahead alone and be hopelessly hi-ateii. This to pnciseiy the condition ol effe-ire which the Its? pu oil cana like most to see, for it gives them the htale beyond a doubt. There are a good many "hard blowers" in th? National party, bul tho Hon. Bam C_ry m e??,ly Die? hardest of all. Be has airead?, announce?!, with the poaitiveliessof omnisciente, that the National-, will bold the balance of power in the next Congress, and elect UN ne\t President. He tells a reporter of The i inciiinati Enquirer that the party is growing like a weed in all parts of the United States, He ?tarts out to say that it will elect sixteen or eighteen Canfreesmoa in the Fall election--,, ami be fon? ho hnisli.-s he gets the number up to twenty, ?bstribtitiii'.' HkM as follows : Five trmii Michigan; two or three from Illinois ; two from Wisconsin ; two from Missouri ; two from Iowa; one from Ar? kansas ; two from Texas ; ouo from West Virginia ; one from New-Jersey : one from Maine, and one In.m Ohio, lksides this, the Nationals will control the Legislature in New -York, and defeat Coukliag] do the same thing in I'eutwvlvauia, and d I runerou : defeat Vom he?'? in Indiana, and Howe in Wisconsin, and control the beuatornhip in Mis? souri. '1 his is a modest ? liiiui, and it will sur? prise nobody so much no Vom heos. Il lie isn't a fiill-blisxbrd National, who i?f C'ftiy rays Frank llu.li??? will Imj tin? next Senator from Pennsyl? vania. That will b? fresh news to the L?oiii?r_ts Iheri-, win) think about as inneh of Hugh,, as they do ot lion Cameron, lu cowliidiug his observation Can is ?Bod ami unassuuiing enou-h to say that , hu does not expect to be the nest .'resident?he bag j no ?oli-inU-reat. If h? hadn't ?said ?that, the I*t hope would have vanished. PERSONAL. Ex-Collector Simmons, of Beatos, Is ox. pccte.l imc'.c from Europe to-day. His ?Manda will u\c*% \\\S\W\, Massachusetts ?Bay win? ? steamer sud a band at mu iif. ah?l i.'ivi' liiiti a banquet in tlie evening. l-resideiit Kdwanl S. Frisbie, of Well. Pe? rns!? College at Aurora, who was made a " D. D." st th? last ?nominent-tnient at Amherst, Iras never tieen or dalne.l as a rt ? vet-end a? yet. He cJn do MFrotottm Ti tor, of Amtierst, ?lid under atrillar circumstances, who matin llanto to be ortlaln?sd. Mr. Moody went home to Northfield, Mnsg., to rest for the .Hummer, but his ?Mal betrayed !<::u :uto holding a few meetings, which havo cxpauded into an MtilVC revival of r.-iUlon. Professor Alexander Afiras?*i_ having been made a Fellow of Harvard College, has t-eelgn?-d in? position ou the Board of Overseer? of the same Institu? tion. Senator Cameron and wife, of Pennsylvania, are at Cape May tor a long stay*. The custodian of the public library at Wei ninr, (???rmtiny, was a personal .acquaintance of Uoeibe for mat?y years before bis death, and possesses a nmuiier of curiosities assocUteil with the literary celebrities of thai famous town. Marshal and Mad ? MacMahon always nt teud the orllclal ball?? In . _r , a: riving about 11 o'clock, ami <lep,'i::ia_ ?t iiiidm.-lit. Mr, A. II. Stephens has a strong aversion to pork. He once astonished a new waiter who brought him a plate of sail-mire cukes by throwing them at him. linked'?-ooli, however. Is said to be a favorite dish with Mr. Hit phens, and whll? he Is In Washington several Virglniu negroes keep htm supplied with this delicacy. Mr. Forbes, the wa?* correspondent, is clear? ing ?bom $.'}00 a Week by ids lectures. In addition to a handuomo salary (rom / i London Ketet. The late Isau Pi ?lander, the grain king of California, was ?'?ne physically, being nearly ?seven feet In helirbt, and ?:i ? ? liody largo In proportion. He was a? Herman by )<- ?1, an-', came to this country when a boy. He con tu. I < flour market of the Paciflo coast for many v?-?i>, ?'?'I nit the pioneer shipload of wheat from - t- ? Rnrope. Cemml ? ?arlie!il'- nl'-a of n good newspaper as given in an ad Ire*? before the Ohio editors : " The first and most Impon int duty of the lournsltst is to fur? nish the tic???*; but not every 'icctirrenee Is worthy of the name. I know that thcsi'ler of news, like other niercliants, must try to '-irtiisb the wares which his cus ?miii'i i want; bull? he wishes to be an educator of so? ciety, he ihukI .-.?ck to 'irnish the record of such events as wl'l Instruct :'te (?? ?nmuolly, pnvoke thought and awak ii the better . spin.tions of men. It Is one of th? nu-t Ik.i? tul siirasof ?ur journiilism that the paper* which have aohler?Hl the most permanent success are tmem ?hat bort ?ta_M*_ed a reputation for trustworthl ne\s and se? h ? ir statements of fact. I can name a few p??x tha* an- tik? n by men of bol h poll H aslfarnaa aali .? anaaaanataf the great, variety and accuiaey of their now.-. 1 ?enture the assertion that if a recur I could haBBBtet tbnaa port on? of our papers w tiitli aie most ??? ?i?_ht i ?r )??/ renders, It wouht he found unit tt?e telegraph - und the item* of nelgh bo. li'M.d m u the editorial ? fl I ill tue Intelligence and t nitor?, ?.vliii'h in -low ? ttmoA i ?mon tl.e editorial nnire sppll? l ii ' vation tif t-iirrent . ii wo Id i ly to tho value of our iiewsoapi-i.-i.'" London', July 1_.?A dispatch from Alexan drl i ?o The Seiet I ? i i-sowah that ?Khia .lolni in"? r? layout the cr-iwu of Abyssiula in favor :? . BOTBB, A ehatihn'n onirht not to ?lireet his prayer.to the gods of the gallery. On lud ?-eiidcuce Day i'liux-i-no, the tOtjr. t 9. K:i?io?-h, the chanluin of tb?S ?Iny, off'reil : ''opolitan Temple In this wise: " *Y> pray t ?>* all be right?on*; that oitrpt"?' r it.i! m iv re ipeet the riebt* of l..le?r. ? ' ??* may honor cnpl tal;t!. > - must c?' and (food men stay. We lielleve Thou W9A hear ? Wlion W? pra> for Hint ti> I? : m-'it. Wi- ;?!"!?? that our public - I an?! .?ur ehurelies sup poili-il. We pi.ty : ?ur til ? p-iiv that ti.i !?? ?|"?' people may b?ve ful ia the chap lam tu ?< lie re ?si a storm of h i>i ? . The Alpin- Club has warm tl t riar ellers ugilu- '?litter horn. Am- i.ta of that aa I >>f other me intuius uear Zer matt hav.- of lute ?.i-ais iwroine frequent, and aro now often under'..' iec| t.? tin) high b III!!?' pli'te. ?i.?it to 1? (iiven fl? ? v.-? of snow, and the ascent ol Hie Matterborn from i ?v enough to id? n 1.1 ; '?tit Mi" .?jh.c rocs'* pi?. with fresh sno'-. clazeil wit.i ir. . or OttBpt by a luting wind aro fornild ?bis to practised mountaineers, and hi.lily dangerous to any '.larty whlc? include* a tvro. wi?r?'sotne n.irr.iw ? ?:.,* muiiutaiu last which might ea?ilv I, ,v?- liitned Into tatal acci? dents. Moreover. Inexperit me? tourists, knowing little of the relativ?-nit rlt?, of tii.'?-nil-n, bn%unu?tXy allenipt tin se tilth,'iilt peak* witl? oiht!" tlimi flr?-'-rati' men. The tr?>lde?t, tempted bj blieb : le'ed by iiemb stanttM ?iir.-at tf h.ivi'.i.' ? i : written la the books they are < . ?. t.?o often fall t?> Indal on Inrnina t? ' ?im? pel, nee of tat ir eeayAoyen or thediia^irous tonSltlaw of III?' imiilliMin. Ki:'.'li.>h diplomacy was tame and ?poesibtj ??Tupid in 1-71. but it was lio n et-1 and above-board. M'.-e in? s; ?Tet haiKiins on th?- .ituirway leading i.) .in Knropiat; enllu, ll'll.liiihei. Th? Piiiiomiit Stated in an un-fii.ii.led tiionit ntthat tile principle that a treaty ?'.uiiiot he altered axatet wltfe the aaaaaal af the signa ? vver.i wa.* piirelia.s.-.l in tiiat year hv a previous motel itani?m; lietween llussiisinl ?jii?liiml. to the ? that the conference wou.d i??i).-i?i: to aliil.li i. rei?triiiive I'lan*!'-?. Ivirl ?iranville ?ends to that join nal m eiiipliatie il. nUI ??f tlil.t "'atetii'iit. Ho tBft tbot Bnaaaaa Ooraanaual aayaasai that csrtaiu motiitications w.iill.l he -an. tion?tl I?)' the toiiferellei-, i|iu*uiuel) as (iertiiaiiy, Au ?tria. Italy and l'iaice li.il intiimitcd that uotm elianirc aagSI to ba minie Iti tu?- ?.ai;* I ; hi: tiid vu I'liinei iie.l, Um preliminary deelaratiou ut th?? tjmtfp utiih'i-i.'uiur wna _m '?? aneondlUoaslly. t'or w?*?ka ?Count Brnnnow endeavored t?> ??'.?tain iroiii him ?*.i|ii- as*iirauee un t" wh.it 11m Ii?' womd take in t.io ? ?in fert'iiei- If mich a ?lei'laritin i ?IN mi le. Ii?:' t.? -ive unv iiiforii:ation. Tin* was l?e old style of dip Iiniiiii y, ?lin-r?, Init not show ? . Um ?telephone has whispered la the ear of a (Irme man. When the Hov. K Q lliaail. af I'luladel plna, wa* at death's door, hi* phy-?loi.'?n, Dr. J. W. White, in or.h'i' to divert him in hi* MMtaBl iu??iiy. placed one ?af thi'so curloa* Instruments by his b -ilsidf. The wires wre ill'ian???! I) ttveeu the patte'it's eii iiobcr and tho tlinuivC-rooin, and one of the mouth-pieces wa* pi i??'?l 111 his hand, a* he iu.*isu-?i ?upon testluir the tt-l.-jilioini iiltliom-li he was weak and in sreat distress. As Th* Christian Leader relates the Incident, the physician took the uiouth-piece In tho iliniiiu-r ?oui and repented the -roii-t: "The Lord reunctli; let the earth r? let the multitude of the isla be glad thereof." To hi* utter astouieliuioui, Instaiitb came the response: "Clouds and darkness are round about him; i'Uhteousuess aud Judgment are the habitation of Li-: thruue !" It wa* the voice of Dr. Brooks, the tones clear and distinct, the intonation and emphasis perfect. The physician gava the text; "Ooome, let u* worship, and bow down; let us kneel before the Liord our Maker." Once more, and as promptly as in a church service, tbe docto1, voice re. KiKiinleil : " For ho is our (_o<l, and wo are the poopl 3 of Ills pasture, and tho sheep of His hand." Verses from two familiar hymns wero then transmitted, and the physician iH-lutt unx-iou* not to overtax the clergymau'* ?.trencih snc-cM? ?1 that nc could better allow some one else to si>euk tor luni, but be reapondaS, "One tiling inoie," ami then. In hIow. DMMtured, ilistinrl utterance? the tone of triumph un?ni>tnkahle?he repeated ti-s Jnhiltiiit testimony of Faul: -'The stlm; of death is sin: und the strength of sin i? the law. Bui thauks be to Cod \riio givetli u? *.__ victory, t?rougb our L;rd JosU* Cbriat." There lives not in this broad laud a man with soul so dead but that be will make a speech on the I.?inHi of J lly, If ho gets a chance. lie may imagine that ho is modest and retiring, aud his fuemls may be convinced that he i* no speaker, but let blm be tetnpied ou that great and glorious day to flap his rhu'"l-l wings and crow a patriotic crow, aud be will i ?imply because tt la an American lnstlucr. A Ciiicago lawyer went Into the country?far down toward Egypt ?ou the recent anniversary, without the remotest no? tion of speaking a piec ) A military company was on parade In the town, headed by a flfe and drum. It draw up In front of the hotel at which he wa* staying. Some? body was expected to make a speech of acknowledg? ment. Who should it tie 1 There were no speech-maker* there. Finally tbe landlord called oat the Chicago law* yer. lie tried to excuso himself, but they laid violent hands upon him, and literally forced blm out on tbe front porch. Whou to returned to Chicago ho told ? friend of The Journal what had happened. "1 talked about tte American eagle aud the flag aud tbe brava soldiery and the father* of the Hepublie, and then eat down. Fact la, I felt that I wa* making a Antrat* Fourth of July speecb, aud when I got through, expect-"* to be applauded. Uni, to my utter aatonlsomeat, there wasn't a solitary sign of applausu. For about u ?anuuo* a dead, funeral aort of ?ilenoe ousued, which was UmUiy broken by Um (allow that won to? bl* drum on a *tr*S