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N each ilmn. 1 ai' ^ : BIBl kb. Mai! t^bmntaria, 810 ;?cr ?nninn. mv-v i mi rrinrTnr Mail Pnhnrnbrira, flyoron V yt bi.y 1 rib! m . Mail Sui'v i ra,pm aaatam 'Iiin n n ! ; ad4 i'icc FCLNCEO BY HORACE GREELEY. MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1S70. fU? M.us lins MOBSISO. FOM t' :>? ?'! bo Mo'ilcncurins have rcjjulscd an All Mtiaa attack nt Vr'.lka. == I%bbo Bnwhaa oi tho ha^ddah CbMbbI oiijrct to tin- foil ii l.'i fi rma bill in its jiros ? I - AJtjjdtB hara commlcniMy un? proved in Asia Minor.-A meeting to idd the In Ii |ioor BM hasB I elil iit Mi ntrcal. DoatBBTBtV-A paeJtBBB nr^inu inquiry into cet^ ti. ii ehari > or] poittaaal ir?mi m hatvi h> eali d m Mahal* sasss A fire in Troy de otrorad till pan kiiildii.ga; lose BBoaa] (n950,< OOOl !? bbi aToofBBj is to bavo Bbi ITranriaM next Monday for Boston. =^ Com B?eetaraer Hutch has demanded the surrender od Iba vuilty I'tes. . Judge VY. W. Kalehaa, id BM Uaahai Stutoa Ilistnct Court t.-r WootOTB l'ciui.-y'.vaniii, dud yesterdavy. ClXV tan s in iuian. Mr. Talmage aiinonnced yt i rdaj that he erasaal May ha the rnshy tcn.ni Church. :-: The Kev. Dr. S. \\. Co$ MBall and Oliver Jonns? u s|n.l.n bb tie- A m-s|ivery ni?>V''irent. ~.-? Johu B. Cough mala an address nt the McAnley Mission. I i. B3CBB8la088P bm s. vetilh Kegimeiit lau Blatten a us hakL. : ?i The cau-ic of the Beth ra - Raapnal hie is Mill unknown. BtandiaB heal taki whj the 1'oncu lndiuus came I M 11 i W l atiikI'.? 1 RtncxK local oliservatiotis n> di' ate eoalat and clear or fun wcailuT. 1 'liermome tci jrei eiday* llitfhcel, 5t> ; ioMcM. lh' , average. 01 . _ Ml. Snigii Usa'o voice is Mi,I f l war. He is quite likely to get ull BB oui.t-, and u good dial b40bb. _ 1 lie ( ity of Troy BBI mff nil a coiieidcr 8Mo loaa Lb tl e largiat lire known thfic in lit-ariy tue: t\ t?ui>. 1 lie itin.-t -erious lea tun uf tin- all .il is ih it aajBlij 2,000 woik fef I" "I'lo nif thrown out oi * tnjdoynu ijl, thou,;.i jnissiiny not Ihf a ItBag litiif. A u i ? nt iiiti-1 view witJi Colonel Long, the Atrii im exploier. iiuidi.-licd in ThTJ Tlttul Nt, Beoaakfaaad ombo iiiisuihUi-i.uhIiiiks with kb> mjt I : to his allusions to aaBBB of the A n* in .in BflhtBffl who wi re Ins folltutruth in tin- EcTftttM wi vice. In a l?'tt< r which we p: mied ft ahhlday Colonel Long ii inovcd 18888 uin'uh'i pdjaaja, and die tunned nuy intention ot nfleCtilUJ ui on his Idothti ofiicers. The inti'ieeting Btateinont of the Hon. F. A. 1'ihr, which tMll he loiiud 8J888VS the .Maine dis|eutcluv?, shtdii light upou the situation iu that Suae. The Ainen 4-au |H'ople do not wai.l to eUepccl Mi. 'liUltu ol too many thtSUJBj 9Mm Mr. l'lkc's OBfjpBetMB that the leal L).mociutic aim is to fH-cun- the Li gislaiuru und niter the law gov? erning the u lection of 1'rcsnii iitial i lectors, is uol to 88 ncuvt-d wiih too much incredu? lity. Is this another cane in winch the Demo? crats an H?ing, im rely by accident, just tvhat Mr. lilditi Would like to have them tlu f Wo expect, and we have a right to exjH'Ct, tincoiaimon juectuiiou and the must walchful prudence m the muiiagt-mt ut oi a Loepitatl. It is lull ot helpless ptople who have t'onlniid then bulcly to those who luivc also dehl* liitcly pronnsa d to waten over it. The IN at ilcllevue Hospital ou Suluidav night, by which three childreu were ?ufJ'n cutt-J or liurncd und a woman destroyed, we ishould call scandalous, only wo do not like to uso m> harsh a word in anticipation of a corona's inquest. The public will hojie to see mime exjduii.tion of 88 ehocking u disaster. 11 the teapouhibil ity can by any poeeibility be a-i e; taineo, tbeie should be no ilencacy ubout put? ting it just wlicic it Ih longs. ll sliouid be said, however, in justice to the Au? thorities, that no cause involving blame to tnem hue been di-covered, nor, indeed, any cause at all. The Wann n Bag a tln-ory which be admits is a difficult one, that the lire originated in spontaneous oombuatiou. The controversy between Oliver Johnson and the Methodists respecting the anti-slavery record ol their churca has been adjourned from t.'m proas to the pulpit. The Kev. Dr. H. W. Coggeahall, who whs lor forty year* a Methodist preacher, made a spirited it888)88 in a Brooklyn church laet night ut the record of his denomination in the anti-Slavery war. and denounced Mr. John? son's cnucistus upon the chuichea aa unjust. The merits of the controversy every one is capable of Judging for himself, hut those who do not agree with the Doctor*! opinions will still bo able to cnjov, as we dart' sav Mr Johnson himself did. the vigor of Dr. CoggcshaH's talk, r- ihnn? the most lorcihle thing kjt MM WM upon a hide i.-hih?that Wendell Phillips " M "oviiih.us with rhctoiie a:td stands " in the ?dop, that the ton command " monts. and especially the ninth, are of DO "aecouut to him at all." Our local columns cave l Qarafttl summary of th's brcory ad dt.ss, and of Mr. Johnson's earnest reply. Our readers will Und a large fit* If *t topics and views rrpn sentcd in the reports given elsewhere of B0BM of the atBCf notable of v?slenhy's sermons. IVrhajis the preat ( t degree of news interest will attach to Mr. Talmage's explanation of the reasons which induce him to reaaaia within tjie Prat bvtetian denomination in spi'e of the resolu? tions of his Trustees supers tili?; with? drawal. Mr. BeecaaBT preached a char? acteristically thought f ill sermon, and re? ports are given of discourses l?y the Bar. Dia, LTjliajIwi. C?h' him! Newman. Professor PeHl Adler and 0M BOT. Mr. Al ger, with temperance apceehM by John H. Qojtgh and others at the Wat<-r-st. Mission. For this ample array of seifJMMII Bad addresse* the leaders of The Tkiiii nk are indebted to the Sunday edition, lleictofore Moiulny's Tauuai has aeceoaarily eereied two da\ >' news. This pressure upon its columns baiag BOW removed it will lie possible hereafter to pieM nt fuller reports of notable Sunday ser? mons, which we have long desired to make and which wc hope now to main' .in as a -le.uly lea tare. General Grant must have math* a slip of Ith) pen whoa he wrote to Hamilton Fish, jr., that he had been invited " to accept I sjn cial "car through BO Key West, K!a.'! Key West is an island in the Gulf of IfeXWO, und the ncatc-t railroad is more than 900 miles dlataat, Poaslbrt Ottitggl Grant ratoodo to go by rail to Cedar l\? ys, and thence by coasting steamer to Key \Vc?;, where ho could get h New-i >i h atis steamer for Havana. A more direct wav to reach C iibn, however, would bo to take the stornier fioin Ja. l.sonvillc, Fht., which touches at Nassau. The s:iil is a short one, aa d the si a is iihno-t alwavs smooth. General Grant ihowi the whafOBI of an ex ik'ticuccd travellog in BtaHag Mm f-'i enter patt of his JoojTMJ to BBVBM by land, ami avoiding the rough passage arountl Cuimi II ttteias, which is the dread ol Winter voy agen fron New-York to tropical potato, llis trij) thioii/h the South, trout Waohiagtoa to i hnl'l i, will ..thud the people through Vir? ginia, the Ctiolitias ami (leoTfflfl M opjn ltunily to hhow him such court* sv as tiny rjjaj be ill-;km) d to Oioffcti iUid will be watched lor signs of the political tin tu'li.x >?* toward htflB which is reported, on rather scanty authority, to exist in the South. COMFVLBOM1 81 LT EM COIX IQE\ The reeonmet,datJon of Prealdenl Hayes and s.cretaiy s'iciiiian in regard to the oomnge nl m v i dollars deserves iniiiit bate i tl ittion Hi in emiid and int< bici i.l up u. Surely it c.tiuiot be irippnaail that any member ol Co:> ejraat wiobot to compel the Tn i- ury to cobs t.uue inth finitely t.'ie st am j in,; ol coins in oxoooo of the amount which tha pooplt tau sea, Monbon an oUopoaad botvaj thoir drjtrtruitiia tioti to S'rve the iinniediaie ihtt ie-ts of lniiie-ownets, without re-aid to the wc l.au of other citizens. La*t year much misjipjtre Iteuhiou oc oaottieroioy in ratgardto tbiaanattor was pi ssii le. Now there can be no quaattoa as to the ptweewt impossihilitv of foiving into ?Otive ein illation as larpe an aXQOUDl ol l?TCr dollari ii we lireatt/ have coined. The rtgdtaient ol leaeti ami Uabilitiei of the 11'-as iry, ?l.it< tl Deeeml er 1, shown that than ha? bei n a rapM and Kingi kable ehange during the past motitli in the rharafJOrr of the Miecie reearre, in the store of gold cola and bollioa there has been a large loaa, and tins aotwithataDdiog the nionnooj latpottaAooni frooj abroad. Hut there lias beeu it gain in the reserve of idle and Useless all TOT, This tnen a-e bag eccarretlj ajhorcoTert in spite of the Btoal eaitiest irl'oits by the Tri-usuiy De partraOBl to get the silver coins into eneula tioii. The billowing shows the charaitei of specie MM ts of the Treasury at the d;;tt s aaaied: ; Jau. 1. i Nut. 1. j Dec. 1. t:oM . . oTa?Tiss-'.r.iti v. *i;i..-.i , .7ii; <?:> 4lMi4t.:.4a?. so Mlven'ei . 1(1 C!'7.? fi Oil ?2.;r22.?t4 ? ? 89.MS9.9n7 no Frm 'ls1 vt W..t71.?'l6 77 I7.76A tMtf 76 18,4^,47811 > 'ver MrdTl . M f7 9 4 a: 4.KM Pal N ^lOmUirr. * . 1 V e . 77 g?M.^t4?e7, e?.'..JU4.7s'J8S It will be not reed that the increase in the i' i. of Bilver dojiMg the past month has heoa nt arl] tH,000i,O0O? the DJtniromi insoonl ot coma.:" roqrxirod aJthoegrh marly all the rilver dollars eotaod since Novemlier 1 appeal' nt the end of th" month to be in active cir? culation. J tins however, is mainly becaaae the aiiiount of silver c< rtitie.iti-s fa the Treasury hltppflt* at the end of this month to be unusually bvrge. .lanuity 1 the amount of such oartMaaaai ta aha Troaparr was only ipli.USili.TTO; N'ovenibm 1 it was $3,531.479 ] and Decaaibei 1 it was y.^, 17J, 1 Thus it appears that the Treas? ury heid, ot e? ititicatcH>against silvet deposited or paid into the Ireaaatrji aboal f^(640?000 more at the end thau at the beginning of the month, so thai the increase in silver Ooil ami bullion belonging to the Treasury had beoa greater, by about that sum, than the increase ot silvei coiu and bullion actually held fag the 1 leastiry. In etlect, the store of lilTOr ln-long ing to the Treaceny had iaaneaaed durlog the month of Novembet about ?3.600,000. Mcin while, the store of gold had decreased over $11,000,(111(1, ami tin amount of gold cerliU eates on hand had not materially altered. It will be understood, of course, thai the depletion ol the gold roaefTO WM mainly due to the Bwrcheee of 110.000.000 La bonds, enrly in the month. Hut the imports of gold had been so huge during the month that the Treasury would hnv.- recovered ? Bart of this loss by the deposits of jrold in the Treasury, ha<l not the situation made th* Treasury a sort ot sink into which surplus silver in large amount was emptied. In short, this country is aagadhag in tlie path mi riaiMJO There the bullion leserve, Bl latest advices, consisted of '?'.i per cent silver and only 11 ()1.r cent gold, and there were serious financial disturbances. If the people do not waut the newly-coined silver, and will not take it, what possible good to anybody is done by coiniutr more ol it 7 s. intary Shertnati ghree the offkutl record to prove tint about tliicH'-lourtlis of all the stand? ard dollars coined have letUfIked to the Treasury, and lodge there. The history of the eeaatfj for many years demonstrates clearly that the people do not wuui mid will not keep m n ..? more than $20.000,000 or $:iO,000,000 of coins larger ttiau 50 cents und suiuller than $5 in denomination. The small gold coins are tteated as tuns.nice-, and the silver dollars are stubbornly refused wherever the people can get paper dollars. The Treasury has already coined, therefore, many millions more of the standard dollars than the people can be ax peeled tt) Use. What com e:va de beucht, ex? cept to tedBO'O91 UOHmVmi thwir instilments. Cat be galaed by contitiuinvr thf BOliiBgt T It is st;il) <l rli it Mr. Kellcy. loir; one of live ?Otl zealous ad v.-citc- ol silv. i SOU Igt, ban become convinced th.it nothiiu' ran bn uanied, While much may Di lOft by continuing the roatpajaary coinage of superfluous dollars at this dine. It may be Imped thai he will be hoartilj ead protaptly eeatBiaori in aaymotion calculated to relieve tin- Treasury and the r? nitty toin the biinleii which such a coinage Larpe ??. (iL \l>smsi ?OABf A IMADEAX A great change lifts come over the relations of the Kndish people to Mr. Qladatoae. It Ii little more than a year and a half since a hup- pro-Turkish mob hooted Mid groaned in front of big house in London, and was only restiained by a si roil-,* torn- ot police from assaulting it. It is a ?hotter time since Lord Bcaconslicld contemptuously referred to his rival at ? great public gathering M "a sophistical rlietoiician inebiiited with "the exuberance of bit" own ver'>ovity and "rgotisti-'ul imagination "; and in the state of public feeling at that time there was more ili-_'iist with the vulgarity of tho attai k than resentment in behalf of *'ic mau attacked. It is not long since the Queen intentionally ami conspicuously excluded Mr. (ilad-tone. the only ex-Premier now living, from the list of invitations to n royal wedding. It W9M I an Ming in her family, and she propoacd to in? vite only her" frii*ttda this was the loyal dic? tum Whieb society whispered about. These tint's by no means prove that Mr. Gladstone was at any ti ne without his hundn n* ot thoii BBadl of Mendt, pOMOOal and political, but they show what thin :s the enemies even of a most- distinguish, d man dare to do when they know that his intitieuce is eclipsed by the shadow of unpopularity. That Mr. Gladstone has beta unpopular while tin- Britiab Nation has been p issing through tin' .< -vi tal stag, s of the lb aconsfiidd delirium there is oveiwlielniing proof. Probably other causis have beM at work also. Popul?r ca? price i- hi vond all other caprices, and KT) at usefnine-s will not count, sometimes, against the bei that a n an has been a long time in ?M public eye, ami newspnpir i cutlet I have had I Itt* chance In glow tiled of him. Some of Mr. Gladstone's peouliaritiei have helped in this direction. By great men? tal fertility hod alntoet too greed flaaoey, ohothet in writintr or ipeehlag, be lias left upon the public mind somi thing of the -.nne Impreeeloa wbJeh the man who talks too in'ieh m.ike., in the <l: a vMm?-i coin. This may be u tent root, bat it Ls banian. A . man froei whom may lie eli( iii i] a poet il canl op] lion on any known aabject by return mail Bttal expect to be regarded, DOW and then, as amusing. But the remark ible letter end cable dlapateh : f mm saj Londoo eoireepoodenl which we printed yeateiday, show that there lias beta BOBM thing like a revolution in the public sta? tin.?nt of Great Britain. The oatbarat el popular entiiusi.-in that has greeted ererj ?tap of the e.v-1'n niier'.-. pwgreee throagb the no. 1I1 ot Engiand and in Scotland, and bailed his powerful ipeeebee with delight, was ajl the more significant because it was wholly liiioCMuiZrd. All throagh Bug* land there has been a Quiek retpoaee, and by one of the electric changes oi politico Ifr.Gladatooeeeeeoenow virtually re Stored 10 his old place as the lender of the Liberal party, fron which he voluntarily re? tired aeveral years ago. Bie willingness la k ad an active eautaai Bgaiaet the Boternnieut of Lotd Btaonasgflld tt based 011 patriotic groan da, anor there can be little doubt of Ins readineaa to take h 1 pott) again, eti d if the task earriei with it the duty of retoaiing the can s of oflce at three-teore-and-ten. The dissolu tion of Parliament cannot be postponed very bnig. it must conic next JOBT, al the latest, in order to allow an election to be had before the preaenl Parttantonl expires, ii may eotoe in a Eew months. Ami it the cxtiaoidi aary oVaatosttnttietM which our eotreepoa>* deui deocribed tt yeol-aiday'a Tbduxi itpieaent the drifl oi the general Sen? timent, We ataj soon see again as Preiniei of Liidand the great statesman who has en for close on half a century conspieii 011- in public life, and who lias never sought to a-loril'y himself at the expense of his coun? try's honor and prosperity, Sl-t TIoS.1I.lSM. There was | sensible run uk in the conver? sation of Colonel Kein:!), of North Carolina, reported la Tin; Tauttnti yottorday. whieb deaerret aerioaa coutideretsaek "If we eleet ** a KepaMican Preaidrnl und a ttopablicaa MCoaarese in ls*>??." 1 ui he, "there wiUtn "doiibitdly be an end ot i.eeliiinalism, inlo! " ortnm ;.nd n. divisions in all the Boathi rn "State-." Colone] Keogb is clearly right. The existence of a compact Southern party, strong enough in alliance with a faction at the North to OOBOrol the whole Union, has been the curse of the country for more than half a century. It was the only thing that sustained slavi iy, it fomented jealoii-ies and enger? it btooght iboot the civil war, it has kept elite boatfle beJIag since the close of the Bghttagi and it has piolongi d the oppression of the Idaeks alnee the aboli? tion of slave,y. A sectional party, whaievei the brtereeal thai bind it together, must always be incompatible with tho sentiment ot nation? ality and union. But if the next election again prove that the Northern Democracy is no kraget aide by action with the Solid South to control the whole Daited States, wr believe that the alli? ance which has brought so many misfortunes upon us in the past will be broken, never to be lea we I. The census of lsso, and the new appOrtionasCOt to follow, Will transfer to the Eh publican Northwest a large part of the power now held by the States of the Con ftderacy. Never again, alter 1HS0, will the Solid South control all but 47 of the votes Beaded to elect a president ot the United Statte, and within 40 ot a majoiity of the House it Hetueseiitatives. A Deniooratfa vic? tory next year would prolong tor some time, the divisions whu h all good citizens now de? plore ; a Democratic defeat would quickly close them, because the South would see that ii Lad no hope of prosperity and peace except iii a radical change of BOtiey? BeetsOaatlalBI will rJJflapfteax wbee go asetioo is any longer able to force its wfll ti|h>u the rest of the country. We Lave no fear of the comliiiiatiou be? tween the Smith and tho Northwest ugainst the Inb-rehts ol the Middle and K?stern States. Tin re is no reel division of interests between tin Kiwt and the Went; there is none between he Noiih and the South, except utioii ques? tions growing outot slavery and the war, and when these are settled, parties will separate without regard to geographical Hues. Differ? ences of opinion on theories of government, and routine upon merely temporary issues, will do no harm; they arc the sytnptomo of a healthy condition of politics. It la only the aeetieaal guarrel that we hnv?? tNW to dreed, tor llmt k eps as two |>eo|>li k. a hi Mix BA //' BRAEEE BMMTMJfT. The Democracy continue devout. Since tlu v began giving Hod the glory for the material prosperity of tiie country, offsetting Be Btttp* tion with "the cmp?" BBd Johl Sin rnuin with Divine Provid' i'< e. the whole party M IDI to have experienced a change ot liearl, ami the lenders ?um every day DJOCC fervent. They diaw upon the Snip)nr. a for illus? trations of the condition of the paiiy, and find prent owl fatt in running parallels with the InsPry of the chosen people. There is something ipiite encourag? ing in this unusual real to search the Scrip tnr. s. It will certainly do them no harm, and even if they should derive from it no permanent spiritual advantage, who knows hut they may have the luck of the oid woman who, while " s'arohing the Script urs." providentially discovered a bMl lim-tooth comb, the need ot winch was h. ginaiBfl to he felt in the family. Careful study of t In? fi ist ory of the chosen people will, we arc confident, furnish them many paralh II for their own career n+ I party, only they will have to hi Very careful in the selection. There seems to be j tint now, for instance, very much such a feeling in the party toward Tilden, who led thCM out of bondage under the banner of Reform, as there was toward Moms just after the passage of the Bed Sea. Thi? party too struck out immedi? ately for *' the Wilderness of Sin" like the ancient people, ami their first longing was for flesh pots. And thev were so eager and gieedv when thev got. a ehatiee a' the offieial "avail on toast,''that their effort to gather in even thing within n ach and lay Bp political eaattal in store, ended as in the Willi ill nil? in the eaiin-r time: "it " bred worms aad stank." Then when thev have their calf-wor-hip?not golden, to be sure, but essentially calf?and ael up the pre. aback, how much the exeu-e of Thann m and the olhet demagogues was like Aaron's, when he said, " Thon knoweaf " tin people, that they me s? t on BiiaehiefM? laid it all to " the people." And now eouu s the lion. II. Milt m Sj?ccr, a Pennsylvania m Congn?mn. w ho aeemaalso to h iTe been aearcbtag the Scripture! in the retiremeal of private tile and the fastnesses of tin- interior; anil he, boandiog info Phila? delphia like an aacoadoaiag Beebedenouncing Fraud, sayi they must put up a braaen ser pent?not for President, nor literally, but figu? ratively, after the manner of Moses. Soya he, in theear ol .1 reporter: MAa Ifoaee lifted up a " broien serpent Cm the ehildrca of larael to "gather round,eomust we erect our standard "for the Democracy of IVtinsvlvunia to rally "about." Now Speer has evidently forgotten that they tried the In /i n-;( ipent business once before, during the wai?" eopperbcad?1 they called it?and if did then no pood what? ever. This time, however, he propoaci to call General Haaeoch ?< brasen serpent, and lift him up and rally roond hira. He mik - the propoaitioo to a aaaiber of " Democratic "chiefs" in Pennsylvania, who have been conferring lately upon the Deal means for ?rafting the Democratic patty in opposition to Tlldeu's leiioniinalion. Now <?? DCral Hancock is an able man and a baadaOBM man, but he has beea growiag corpulent lately, ami he would not make a graceful or becoming ap? pearance on a pole in the character of a sei peot of braei. Any one could tell Mr. Speer tint. And it is not likely that Mr. Speer means to have him literally hoisted nt*. Hut Mr. Tilden has been no ofien call, d a "snake iu the grass" by the gentlemen who voted for htm in 1n7<?, that Mr. Speer, fresh from Iii.? readings of J.-iae litish history, dropped g?lte naturally to tue Mo-aic treat? ment lor snake bites, and proponed to eure Tildeniem by putting np Hancock in brass aa the antidote. Now all this is additional testimony to the fact which Tna Tbibume has heretofore called attention to, to wit, that debat has made the D-inocrals iincoin monly di rout. They go out of Congreei and commence searching the Scriptaree, And they continuallj lad bietorie parablei for their own career in the aarrative of the wanderings ol t< e chosen people, Hut before thev pui up Haaeoch or any h dj else as a set pent of brass, we beg them to consider the risk thev run. There are Democrats, n great in iay of them, to whom the snake as an emblem suggests too much. It is related that a San Fruiciseo barkeeper who bad been preeented with i pickled snake in a bottle, set it up h a curioaity behind the bar. The Brat customer who came in for his "eye-opener" acxt morning drank half his cock-tatli when, his eye lighting on the m-w curiosity, he s-t down Iiis idass ami fled. The m xt followed suit, ami the next and the m-xt, and not one of them returned. Tin- bat was deserted and the trade ruined. Toward night a stumper came in, took a ?trink, ami paid for it before he saw the curiosity. As his eye fell on it he uttered a profane ej icuhitioti ami started for the door. "Look hen!'' saitl the bar-ko.-pcr, 14 I'll just give you a dollar to tell me w hat's the *' matter. This tiling's In en go?ig on just so all "dav, and I'm hMlngall my trade." "Oh.noih "ing\sihe matter," said the sliangcr, "only "yours is the Bret whiskey lever siruck that "made me aee aaakea with the first dunk." The barkeeper saw the point, and was not long breaking up the museum. This only shows that there's great uncertainty about strikes. Mr. Speer uud his friends would do well to make sure as to the effect of it upon the I) mociatlC imagination before he puts up his ?arneat TRADEMARK TEEATLEB. There is a suggestion that tin treaty-making power may aaitlhl a law of Congress protect? ing trademarks. During the past ten or twelve years our Government has negotiated tteaiies with several European Powers, assuring their subjects a measure of pro? tection for their labels on goodl sent to this country. Some of these con pu ts do not call for any legislation here. Thus the treaties with Germany and Basela (1871) declare only thai citizens of each oountiy shall enjoy in the other the same DtOtCUlOB as natives of the latter have. This does not oblige America to muiutain iinv law ; if she does not protect natives she need not protect foreigners. Yet to take tins position is making rathei a poor and mortifying return, if our people are enjoying any substantial privilege abroad. Treaties with other nations Austria, It.L'liiiu (1875), und Flauet?involve u different principle. They strictly forlud the people of either country from counterfeiting the (duly lodiiiMi) trademarks of manufactures from the other, throughout whatever term ot years the trademark 1? valid at home; and they give to the merchant injured by the imi? tation the fiame action for damages in the country where the counterfeiting is committed that he would have if he were a citizen Haare, There la a recent treaty with Great Britain which is different from others. It says that the *nIi.Mvis or .-ifir^n* of ini'h partv " filmll " have in f'ie dominion* mid posses-jons of "Um other the name, nullt* in? belong u> m "tive subject*, or ciliz us, or a* uro BM "KT.int?-i|, or may bOIOBftll DC granted, to tin "subject* iiinl citizens ol the most t.ivoii <) " tuition, in everytiling relating to piopeitf "in tiadeinai\s and trado labels"; but must fajffj tin- toiin iiitn i teeruirod by Um laws of the ntpfjl-five (oiintite-. If Congress cuniiot maintain a Trademarks Art of some limited ?ort, what becomes of these treaties*. They are nugatory so lur as securing any protection to export trndp from tins coiiiitiy is concerned. Cinl'i the tieitv ruie that an American trademark shall be ti-peiled, in France tor instance, so long as it is exclusively enjoyed at home, if it is not protected by any National law at home can it claim any privilege in Fiance? Saite laws can hardly ?ff- et this question ; they will not be unitoitn ; the treaties conti in? itiate I National law. Vet it will be a uew dbteoreiy in constitutional law that the Pic-nlrnt and Senate can, by making a tit a: ., enlarge the power of Congress ? to legi date nft'ecting internal affairs. If such a doctrine could b?? admitted, mniv knotty piobleuis wouhl 1m- solvetl. Slavery might have been abolished by tug ti? nting a treaty with Great Britain that each nation would piohilnt si ivory in 11s dominions, followed by a law of Con? gress to carry it into effect. A uni torin mariiage and divorce law might lie att lined by a tnatv with some friendly power pr? sei ibing a rule for I?. th countries, followed by an Act of Congress to impose the treaty system on all the Stated, Evidently, any legislation which rests on tit .itics must run within very narrow limils. IVihaps tho.e limits will bo found to be that Congress can legislate to enforce tieatii s tor protection, in tins country, of tmlcmaiks of foieign m inufaettiiers and nuTch.nits ; and then that Americans can in? directly gain a henelit, in some instances, by coopeialive arr i!_-cments with boOBM abroad, for the sale of their goods lure under for? eign trademarks. But these are qiK.'tions of the tin lire. _ _ Tl.ere never was a more migiiacioiis Demo i -lie CobtmUoo tin i that held la tba nfth W.ir.l in P nl aiteliihin la -! I iie.vl.iv to ntmn late del. uate- to th? StateConvention. No man out of Philadelphia . an nml' rsfaml all the murderous mysteries of the mat? ter. But pistols w.t ? dr iwn end Ban(barged with per? Baal abenden.and the tig'it erhtehiearn <i wasot nie freest doauilplloii. 'Sqaira McMnllen, celebrated m the annals of Philadelphia politics, alball his hmtimaii) place was in tho Fourth ,Vurd, fareed hiaMolf apM aha Uoaveatloa with about one hundred |)e'ii.cratie n> ,^h. at Iis hack. Ia -t intly than was railing, and swearing, and howl? ing, und as one tri toast taatlflad M the pi-tois heajaa to eo ott. und hull.'ta began to go into the wall." of thittreowadoaabobbery,*8qa re bfeMallM an p ins to have been the central iL-ure. of which the resultant eotp-e was one Barnard Keilly, The apeetae naideret w.is John .MeM inns, .1 thief und bully. Ha; Mr. Mehl allen has lieen arresti .1 for one of his -nie assaults with bateat ta kill,end held to bail, it la a aarloM fact that all this h a P; el in i inly foiiuaed oy William Pean, bearing a aaaia satpeaaMva >>t htathMly lava. Ii is a loiiir ti'ii" siac we have had in New-Yerfc anythinghalf so badm this DaoMeratierioti but wc will not boast, for nobody can tell ffhal may happen here ntic day. fi?ill we <io not think that wa have any Democratic leader quite so dangerous and iiuni.niajfe.il.le h-i 'Sipiiiv MeMiillon. W'e hud same Ii .? -pel imen.s of that class, but tiny are all cither killed or in the .'tale Prison. i'liere was a fair chanco for a BoMe DeiiiMrathl ticht here at t he last eleet ion, hut. in sp.ie of bitter intes ttae t.-'ids, all.tirs a SM hardly IQOM homicidal than oaaiaioil. As lor " Hill Mi Mullen," we have heard of him for a long time. Whenever there hi a aerinmafa, we are prettr sure to hear ot Imii. We wish that there was a meeSBBvalo preap toi biabeingporMaded(bythe lawlte re? nte to a secluded lile tor a term <>t yean: bat tin re isn't. He is out now; and t h.re is every pros pi it that he will remain out, and even lie pre-eutcd witti a piece ..f p a.- lor his bravery und devotion to Democratic principles. Ilone-ty in Bou'h American routitiic* seems to be largely a matter of climate. Tho coii ditloa, in this regard, of the Kepu dics now at war, is cleverly desctiln-d bv the llerlin Kreut XvttwBg, which says: "Chill is j.r. has few ih his. and pays t hem. I'eru, in spite her pro\erhial rkMBMB, isninally P'.or, and has an enormous amount of debt, which she promises to pa?, but never bom puv. Boi v ia is also BOOT, ii heavily in deht, promises nothing and pays noth? ing." The white |n>pulMtion of the th-ee countries was originally drawn from t' e same element of Spanish ..oldii-rs, I olootetj ami adventurers, had the laBaeaceaff ateeaperaae climate bm rlavntepod in Chili an hol est. . n. r.'etie, nadBBtftOBB, se!f-govern iDgrace. While tbe people ol the lands lying near tin- RQnatwr are hadotaati ean laaa "i paeajMBfy ahlt gat ion-, and i ro: e lo BM olui ion. W ie n the supe? rior quality of her BOBBlatlOB is taksB into ac? count, it is no wonder that Club is netting the hot? ter of In-r two big neighbors in the war she is wag? ing against tiiem. Military skill and valor, as well as pabiie hoin sty, belong peculiarly to people of teni|ierate zoues. ^ TbaFraaeta BawapBaan are talking with aaood deal ot patriotic piido of the ilis'overv of (he BMiBMOf the Niger by two ot their DoaatryBMB, Zw.ilel and Moiistier. represent a lives of a commercial house in Marseilles. UbOBI direo* tious from the'r princ pal, M. Veriiiin. k. they left the coast of SierraLeoasj ib SeplemlaT. followed the Kok. IIa hiver Up to I he foot < f the Cong Mountains, obtained |iermissiou from the warlike tribes, that had previously kept all w !ii;. men oat of their territory, to cross the BHHmfWbl range, and found OB its eastern slope three tunings which feed the btookl thai unite to form the Nig. r. A geagraph. cul problem which ba tiled aueli dintinguisued travellers as Collie, Lang und Wiuwooil BoBda has thus, it would seem, been aahred bv twoenier pfktlaS couunercial agents. With the sources ot the Niger. Nile and Congo known. Aim a has lew ic niauiuig mysteries to tempt the explorer's zeal. The recent defeat of the Austrian Ubatabj in their effort to reduce the size of the iirm> is not so niuch an evidence of their weakness as a partv as of the streunth ot the leelnu pervading to .vine extent all parties that the llapsburg Monarchy may have to make a fight for its life ut no very distant day. Threatened on one side by Ku-aua sud on tbe other by Italy, and with an uncertain ally in (?ermany, it is not surprising that the army r. din ti.m plan was re.siste.l hv tniiliy on pill' K patriotic cioiimls. CBBtrarj la the aaw thawiM af constitutional bm> ertnneiit the BMBBMB thr. w his inllueiicu into the scale hi favor of the strongest practicable arma? ment. The maximum stjeaujfth of the army on a war hinting is fixed at HOP.IMH) men, ami the num? ber in active service in time of peace is to he 940,000. _ DeaVl make it A lums and Kavurd, Mr. Tilden, hut Adams and BOBtl BoluBBBB, That would call out the full .scrub her vote, und give us the aioatlo .ety combination ot trust and stun I ever presentnl to the (tubllo. _ The Democracy reopens tho tussle with its own mouth this uioruuig. _ Now that tho Maine Supreme Court has stepped in ami Mocked mo guiue of the DeiniHTatic plot? ters, it is uoticeabk-Ohmt the chronic Deiuooratic uiihappineaa about Senator Ulame has asautued an nggrsvate?! form. Loud complaints are made of his "t.iustci" about a very small Butter, and assiu> | tri". <*!?'? riven that if he lad kepi q-u-t lhaa w..i.I 'n't hmwm beea any mttmAnl JYob.ihfy no* nur finre wi.nl . have been n gigantic thefi. Mr, Tlldaaiara la hasn't aaal ? aaaaaaaaj f<a line weeks, ami it nt .-ary to Mieve Turn. He Bjeaa have hep yerv bBBT whi?p ?ruiir inst motions t<i th" amiy of 1 Ii.l. n uge.-.f, who have . ?.ri| aitaai that m nod M all parts of the < oaaarjr, Senator Cok? in said to have remarked of Bavard that " M i? a Democrat io principle, but a BepalaV aai in policy" '1 his i, rather apt. Bavard'., ....Loy is to be honest and fearlese in etpr*v?.sin? his rouvie. Mem and i .. K-publican will take nil. m e ;,t ha v. inir that ea. e,| |;, publican policy. /., ?.,r his prin rl'doa, die fr.i ..tie.it present he .1. .tares t.. I).-to give tf?. s.tiih n position in the t ,, , ?? ?| |??1(,r in ihn BM place. That is certainly Democrat tc. A municipal election is to ho laM in Charleston, Souili Carolina, to-morrow, and there i.s a good deal of Daajaatatk alarm lest the opposition ticket shall tie successful. The buHdozTs' chief ortran. f|a Wot ? mti (aarlap, in order ta facilitate ehe aaaal Daaieorallfl method of ? counting m." has started a rumor that the opposition party is. ir< ttlatiiia tissne I.allots. It adds: " ) hey who Inve seen tissue-bal lots sav that ten or twenty can be folded tip in an ordinary ballot without makingII h>ok snspiciousiy thn k,'' In the election of IgTg, this same orgin had an editor who waa charged with voting all by hims. lf S.4M tissue-ballot* bearing the names of the D-rnocrs'ic candidates. The opinion above jriveti aaaaaran taa way it is done, i., therefore, that ot att i-xjiert. Be kaawa baw it la huaaaML Ha winds nphia confession with ti.e ?oh-mn wainiuy that a sharp watch will lie kept at the polla for tin. aaavballol operators, and eeelarta, with ? iov.-iy a< aomptioa nl virtue: "Taa Denneiaar will Saoa t!.< ir liar.I, BJ He- champions of honest ballots and frei, and far eleetioaa. The parityof alu tinai must and shall lie maintained!" Which heina in? terpreted means: "'fhe privilege of voting tissue nallots b iongs exclusively to DtaaOl lata!" Genend (Jrorge A. Shendan, of Louisiana, shares the \ law of all w IMaforaaed politician* eeaeentaa the chances for a break in the Solid South. He teils aoanaaaaadoal of Tot Cateapa IWaaaa that th.-re a i'l be no break until aft'-r 104- t lection in 1KM>, . ad only then in case of the election of a II* poMlcaa Ptaaaaawai The South, h? a.bis, will not contribute one L'epuhlPata Bat toral vote n'xt year Tbtelatbae?ilyaafaaaaoaapaaaafar the p. piildicaii- to make their c.-uiipaiffn 0:1. 'J 1. . 11 11 t coaceile the 138 electoral Votes offne S. ir , to toe Deetoerata, and than beat them with tbe216votea oftheaofidNorth. Ihal is the oar/way toeoHt ti ? snii.i oaajtb, aod end al mco bath sectional put* itn sand all . tempts to destroy the n-oilts ol tae Rebellion. _ Alexander Stephens bai felt called ur?n to say onc? more that ho prefers lirnnt to Tilden. Now, ii'' Mr. Rtophaaa please piek out a frcsti aatfatol tor his public conversations? Bt ? (etarjf Bhl naoa stain'., manfully bp l..s li-gnb fender recoianiei.d'iiions, ulthoiigh the I), an . n.'ic journals have ace used liiui of trying to " hrd?e " <?n the-M. He says to a eorrespei deiit of IWCaaafaaatl Coatmnrial: " The views expressed m my rejK.rt Bit) not DOW to Hie. I do n t lu ll, vt; that thO legal ten !. nropettyof crcenbaeks now ad.l.s totlnir value. Ii Would ba bett.-r, ami a 1? ss Mh's'k t<> boafe* 11 ess, to ett:<? fhi-ijee tioo t:.fail t 1 wait a year or 1 ir..; and then, perhaps, the Snpn tin- Ooott would -im !? ?. Iv dec de thai creetd? o V I rat mad sim-p I he ararart not a Icl-sI-P nder. I!uf 111 v ?'utv 1.- t*ei forioed with mv report. The oaaatioa i' arith Coo* ROMS, Ii III. V ' lloose to let It < le il lew tears, that is their tMUtaaaa. It i*a question, aoweyea. winch wo aoaat aieet aoana tiasa. Pattina it aat itooaaat lessen t in- di tli nil v, but adds foil. 1 think ttaaa B/iltaaoa my aoattiaa not to be as lawarraaagaa some suppose. Ilow.-ver, I will have noipiarrel withtbooi 0 ad Earffoei inc.'' vrsir-TUf DRAMA, MB. m.M'I.Kmin s i ? iHOMT. Vor the Headajr ooneotl ar tba Aeadeoaj af Music Mr afaploatai praaaatod bart aurbl a aiiaceihaaaaaa pragiwaaaM Ina aai al tha "Btetoat Matat*," which had baaa tha al raatieaal thathraa previous ? ha aJtlkOBgh Iba peifucataaea opeaod with the over? ture tO " Mignoti," a d n clmbd the Toreador's Bang from "t'artncu" BaiaaeHtaNlr iaHawod by an extra. f from liossini'- M.is i, tin tretietal cfiaractei of tha rest of the sc!. 1 tions was aaBoloatly phraa to justify the tub-of a " dramlSa. red (,'oi.cert" which was applii d to the entert naiaieiit. What is more to the pnrpisc, perhaps, the ptogrammti, with slicht aajoeps tions, was weliarran ??*<!, t be pieces were interest ing, short and varied, at d the execution was creditable. The absence of MM-. Valb rta led to a few aaMBafBI in the printed ordoi of asanhaM : bat Mine. At ro did double duty, and her good nature as wilias her 111.nt was cord a'!y recnifiit7ed by the audience. Sigii n t'aiiipaiiii 1 sang Stradella's " riet.i,s;t'iJore,': with great teudaraaaaaaal paaahMt aid Mine. La blaclie is to b- praisisl lor an exceptionally ifisst rendering of Roswioi'a '* frucnixes.'' Meie. Arnbre was encored in tin- bach ?( toiim.il "Ave Maua.* The orchestra under Siir. Ardit! was excellent, al usual. MSBCELL\? BOUV BTAOI APPAIBfa Mr. Sol hern ! as re'iinied to N. w-Vork. ami will act to-uiaht at the (irtu d Ogata Baoaa, as lard I hi ml 1, ,iry.Tl..- BtOBBlaed production of the "I'riiiccss To -." at tba Standard Theatre, is postponed to P .einher tSCh.Mt. Bart lev L'amplKdl'a daaaaa of "The QalleyShiva1 is attracting at taa kaa, at BaTarly'a Theatre. I in tbia city; while ut Huvcrh's ThaatM in Brooklyn, Mr. MaekajWl comedy ot an "boa Will" is presenlcd by Mr. 51 ickave's own coitipaay? of the Madison square Theatre.Miss Ada Cavendish will act BhakoOBi aic's gaoOH ?. hMaight at the (Hobe Tiieatre, m Boatoo. rboparfaraa <?'?? have met with studious consolelalion- in that city, aniline lady has beoo Waloaaaod by BOOM of the most prominent cittzona of Boatoa? T* itardai Mlai CaTWodath was t!io gu st of the |.o. r Lonufe'.low, at Caaibcidjpi.Bag Uthaaiof '*Tbtlaltaam wdloc cut at in fttaodard Thaatra.Tiie Turk toot titities to aaacaagaai by Mr. Eaaaaati a.- iriu. " French Plata" laOOOtnuaad al the Cn on Square Theatre.Mr. l?ah lots ^a tied a ... enled s... with "An Arabian hTlght.".M. CapOal ?ill uiko his Waetit, at Booth's I in .ate, tins cy. ai .if. ." The Sirate.nsts ? may lie scon at the fhfaad> way Ogata House.\ aaw piece, by Mr A. Ut Laticasicr. entitled " F.stclle. or False aud True." was prcaoiitod at Walla? k*- Ilicatre on SaturdaV night. It illustrates a love story, coutabja strong si cues and aerated dialogi c, .tint is well aota .<tto t haaghtfal oauaidaratloi.Tin- ffoa -York cm ui baa beeil tem|K>rarily closed, f?r alterations of too building. MOBMJAL NO i F.s. Miss Kmni.-t Abbott ha- been singing in BoOBOOr? " H lin n and Julie; " ? I'll isil.-lplila. Mr. Maretzek's English Opern t' >mpaaf tloea nut ?eeiii to have BOOa more successful tu Cinca?:? ttiaa it was in gaw-Teee. Franz Supp6 has ti::ts'.ie<l the music of " l ..ioi.it? ,'? a irranil opera, llhistmtiuK Menme famous novel, innl l m wotk ad: .soon Is- produced at tne laapeital 1 ? atre, Vn uua. The .Eolian Glee Club, composed in gl.at incisiin-ot oi.t aaawaan 'irin.ty QaaaafcCaaW,wai Ln i e i-.. i r it A -si cliilioii II.il this _? vi-alng. M: A P. Biirhuuk, the el >< uiioiiisl. a ill read. PMK80S iL. Mi-s Kale I n Id airised in this city by the grtOBBBta on Satutiiay. she WW r. main BatB for m ??ial m e. ka, and e 11. then in tan the s. rn .- ot cut. riaiuiurntt de Jtag waa Laaalaa bai Pi fleniataij Hristow, having firmly estab aaaag auaaali m bei laa Bcaeejoa m laBiolo/, ai aaw w boaaaae a permanent resident. He u h.iiiiu aa hit lioiiseiio.d ?int? in a BaadaaaM house in Koriy-niulli-et. An English woman, now in this country, tuts older, u at l'id.iuy's? bamrle brscelct wlncA ? t* rswl tin- coiuloi lab.? sum i f $441.000 II is made 'dW iUn li..iikle? ut the loir. in. ut licit, u Kold.Slld i? set wlta every known j. wei. Tho main age on Saturday of Mr. W. Karl Deeee Bai Mix Uarrunau UaO an e?|h-clall/ IntrreaUug and plcuaanl tealure. in that 11 inilirj Itie graudclillilrea ot Bare .. a tricuds, Mr. William K D?.|... and Mt J uu*? Low. The varied social eharma of Mr. Samuel W ard have ?o deliglitud tbe Londoner? t?at bit inu? ? ?cf nt In auliiK abeui lu ? cuuiiuual round of .nuio-rt, ?upper* and uih.-r n-anrltlea siuone the anniird .aiishe tanla of Beurravia. They anderaiend that be m? A late coin* iuio tlie poMesaiou of a ereal fortune, a* lM result uf Judicious invratn.rula. Mr. Elkina, cx-Dalegato from New-Mexico** one ot the fortunate aiea wbo has-* found oilae* real