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'J no BEM1-WEEKL. 1RIBUNE, 1 y-*ar. 3 00 Ki nut liv 1'. O. order or iii i"^ si i?? d teller, Aodie-s Hil. rRlBUNK, Ni w-York. ttttotyfitM Batts ilnbunt FOUNDED BY HOR ACE. QR EELEY. BUNDAY. OCTOBER io. l I TRIPLE SHEET. JUL NEWS THIS M JrnTnG. r.nu ins.--'];.e London cable dispatch to Tm: Tr.iuiM sayathal Ike Powcn bave accepn d In prin alnla Ike r ??? ?ul Brilia, proposal regarding '1 ni kej ; Ike Britiali Government is almost disposed to eon voae l'.'.ili. nu nt lo dbeuaj In-h afl lira ; Bir Bartle Frere Buds no defenden in i he L >n lon pi ? ? : he is aa ertsil to tbe Prince of Wales; ;i Scotch project lo found ;\ Tory Journal has failed. - : The i'm - Binti Parlismeul s ill meet Novembei 'J's to consider l'ntieiiBi a a: k'- bc ene. ? ,. The French Cab iiivt hes resolved to enforce tue decree agsinsl re? ligious confraternities, - = Tba Chilians have bom hurtled I irillos and*Aueoo. Donn -iii .- ' pecisl dispatches to Tin-: TtUBUXB Cram Cleveland, Indi i ipolia and Cincinnati give tim latest pb ase ol tba canvass in Ohio I di uni. : I., i ollertor Veghte, ol Somerset County, N. J., ?? I yesterda) f'r embca ?nt. - A collision on ile .'? r-York aad Kew i road Fi lay aiaht near Williman 1 , < I.. . ailed in ibo death ot fm- men, al) connected with tbe road. Bai ne) J. Tilden Wv i>ent a telegram to Ohio Di mocrata v- ti rday, .. Wt Tbe Amine.ii I ni'ii Telecrapb Coiunany won an r , ,- (he Vi '-!. I-. ! niay. r : The funeral of Profeuaor Peirce of Harvard College, took place al Can - iterday. ?_=___ Oeoeral Wal- '- report on the Sontli t . rolina Cen .-.-.. 1 ? p.ildie. Cur am> Bubukbax.?General Granl atTived In tbe e.t\ Isle last night; preparatiuna fur tbe a parade i I li i - Bin b btc. t display. r~-? Beveral Bepnbliran Congress! nil i mi Dallons wei - made =---: The corner-stone fi the aaeHsli was laid. -s_-= Monitor, Ebas Lawnnee, CbarHe Gorham, Kingcrafl and Pomeroy won the Jaaev-M Park raves. - -" Gold value ?.f tbe leg 1 loader aili er dollar i tr_"o grains), st. 18 ct ..ts. ______ Stocks '-'ull mid weak closing BtOBdj Bl B0BM reeovarv. lin Wi viiti.;:.? luini'vi: local observations In* a-eata warmer and rh ur cr partly clondy weather Tii'uniiiiici.r ye terday i Higbe , m; ; lowest, Di- ; average. 88 . r,H) Tilt: .'cern is xii.id FOR HANCOCK linn IkeStmunion Ttdlty Ttrntmton,July29, 1880, " CUauader what Lee and Jackson would do were they alive. TUBBC ABB TUB B-U-K Pill NC! li ks rofl vim ii ini.y l.iii'ii ros i nri: YiiAiis. Remember tko aaaa who aeured forth their life blood on V i r ghsia'a noil, amt do mil abandon tit*- a bow. K ? neiubertii.it BgM gosw vote depends laeauoccsa of tlie 1?'tim: a it ie tick.'."?I Wade Hampton, at thc tauting in tin ialernl "' D' woralie harmony in I ir jyitiiu, ?l Staunton, July '_'t',. 1880. From OturpramtntntPemoeral tf/nanni n.ttno tit on Die pUitfiicm while f/jiii^liiu/i.iii. ^Ye, Hie undersigned, beard tin* aaeeeh el Ueaeral \N'tule Hampton, delivered in utauntan, on the __tf>tlt of July. NN e bave also read tbereperl thereat imb Jislird iii Dir folley Virginia i mi tbs U'i.ii of July, and aereby certify thai that report waa sub-tan tially cenect. Am HIBALD C. Sn aiii, H. C.TlXBl iv, A. r. (,i inn rm. iii un F. Lyla, Staunton, Va.. Aug. 20. 1880, WHY SOLDI LES Ml si VOIL WOE HANCOCK. HOVei 0? liKPItKSKNTA IIVI .-. i NVAsHiMiitis. li. C.,April HS, liji'so. \ Dkak -Stn: Your ftiv.i waa duly received. I would most cheerfully iarredac ? and urge the iiiiRen^'" ol B bill, BOOB ns you BBSgQSt. lint willi Hm- fin -nil tfi-niiM-r-ilii- Itmis, pia.oni lull- do uot lin 14- linn li littitr. i; bas btv eaaae alasost impossible to net oousid ration ol such a bill at ail. and when considered, its ebal ea ot t.i'.ssiii. t?:? Mouse im very n iimi'., sud sis** lit-Iiol IxiKiiil vt lio Kui lite h?*ii?l ol'lin- |??-n ?iou I illumine;- in Hu- eii'iiule in i-lill sitori- literal' lo iillimin. miy ixui'lt l?iliss to pu xs. li wu lld nut beat Bil probable, tlier. lore, timi th- hali viiii bu aol through. 1 will coaler with ymir brother, lt be thinks there is BaytbiBg in tba matter ] will very eordully act in tbe metier. Very truly. I'. K. Hinzii'i'ivir. Et vf. CoaatDBx, es| Mr. Srnalley'H BfOCOIUll of Ins jonniey from I'uri- to (ii'iieva ssVowi that tlitti- baa bein a niarkeil iiniHoveim ni in railway Iravelling on the ('(iiitiiitnt. The by-^i.iy. ns bu deeeiibee it, is very amuetng, eepcially winn a very raw tom isl fi om tin- Far West is em omiti-teil. Gcneriil (,r.mt is in the e'tv to-daj for the first time 8i!nc his ritiiiii ttOSS lils join nev aioiiini tht' world. AH daaeebi irregpective of party MBOeiktlMI. will unite iu wilt'oining 6o dietiiiijiiisi t ti i pm., Tbe fliiBitBaatiatiuii to-nioritiw iiitrht pioiuieics to be one vi cs tiaordiuaiy nia^iiituile. Mr. Tilden is confident that thc I>< tiiMiats Will i ii iv Ohio "if every man will BMMBN ?' bis own illo.t and MU'iili.e in Ihe pending ** CBB1 BM ->J an ixtraonlinaiy htatjitaril." The only htainlard DeaaocratM aaeaaare e. pt'liti tll force in this canva-s || M iniili-jiower." Wbut MM averau'i- will Im per siBfte voter Mr. iJiiriiiiiii has jiiobably calouiutcd. Mr. BtfBBBI*! pio'iii i UaiMork-Kejitibliran, tbe laii'iein; J Hadley, ia kbMd ji- Mull li? llis iniciohcoiiic cauditlati: for tht Vnc-l'iisi doney. A Indy is suing bim in a local court for $100, obtained limier circumstances which hear a close resemblance to false pretences. Judgment was rendered npainHt him without Ins a pi caring to delc-ntl himself. His busi? ness relations seem to bear out lila political reputation ns it cheap shnin. The New-Jersey Democrats have hail the etlronteiy to laredo the sacred precincts of lim beech. The leader of the pjirty in Som? ers i County, having been con vii ted of eni beagliog (2,000 of county finnis, to say noth? ing ol oilier indictments ami ajTuTJOg defaults, aeeapea witta ? line, oaring to the partisan ac? tion ol" two Democratic Jadges. Tbe pm r< i ilimrs ol thc (Miirl were a travesty upon justice, as then were, absolutely no grounds fur Mitigating th' sentence. The action of thees two Di'tuocnitic JadgCC shows how GrOVenot McClellan bal succeeileil in rendering juatioa abortive hy wre'ehed judicial appoint? ments. -?*? Our special cahle dispatches aiinnmice that the Britieb Coaaervativea are planning an active iiiiiviiiiiiit Bgainal the renewal of the Ballot act. Tins measure was originally bor rowed from the United states, kia main principle being secret voting at elections, of which Mr. Grote was so strenuous au advo? cate. That aomething is ont of gear in the electoral mechaniam of Great Britain is indi eated hy the large Bamber of elect ions which have been vitiated hy charges ol bribery, hut tlnie is no nanon to suppose that aecrel vot? ing is the root, of the evil. The conoiiircnt fstiiiioiiy ot inpartial observers joes to prove that the Ballot act hus been a success)iii ex penmen!. It will expire mi the last tlay of this year, and eoneeojnently will he om' of the earlies! subjects of legislation when Parlia men! -neeta. our foimer eorreopondenl nt Conatantinople gives us today a clearer account of tbe Alba? nians than we have seen in any foreign journali minutely aa the cbaraeteriatica of the Tmkisii Higfalandera have been deeeribed abroad. He givea tin in a very had character. Ignorant iimi brutal, mercenary and treacherous, repa cious, reyengeful 'in?l lanai ic.il. tbey arc swayed hy thc vilest paaaioua which cnn in? flame the bearta of the most degraded Mahometane. This is not very promising material for ;i rising nationality. Tbe letter laya bare the hollownes. ol' the professions of tin- Porte respecting Um insurrections of the hist I wo years. The TC voil ol' tin- tribes hal inn from the beginning a shallow trick of tlie Pacbaa to deceive Europe and to compli? cate diplomacy. Mr. Dwight diamiaaea il with a contemptnona gesture ns "an immense " farce." _ General llaneock having declared in his letter of acceptance tbal the principles enum? erated hy the Cincinnati Convention, among which waa "a tariff for revenue only," are those which lie baa '? cherished in tim pa iimi will " endeavor to maintain in iln- future," now posts himself foi a political greenhorn by : somebody in Paterson ii.ai bia election "will make no difference either way",* thai lu- will never "favoi anything thai interferea "with thc manufacturing interests ol the "country "j that "there wil! be Jual as uracil "protection under a Democratic ns under n ".Republican Administration "; and thal thc turill n ;. lot.il question anyhow. Wbal <h?cs h think ol ihe Constitution itself 1 Is it nny t. i _- more than a lea' charter 1 Waa there iv i such twaddle known! Wc want every -.. t-. who aees thia isaac of The Trim m. to read thia Paterson int.! view, nml make nj. bis ininti whether a niau who considers the tariff question aa merely local is Cn to become tiir iii-t citizen ol ihe United States. Tiic report th.;! iii.-1 aval mnncBuvrea off Ilui ?i will be followed bj more serioui opera? tions in tin- /Eg an?three of Hu* Powers, Great Britain, Kassia and haly, neting aa the mandatories of Europe?ia confirmed hy our spic mi dispatc'iea from London. The same number ol' States participated in the coercive measures of 1827. The English, French and Russian ii wore lockading*the Turkish i,i drou in tm- harbor of Navarino when tin- Ural gun waa fired. Italy has taken tia place of France in thc nev combination. Tin- Grand Turk ol' that day waa aa obstinate na tl., present Sultan. Protracted negotia? tions only hardened his heart, and even wheo bia th ct Wits destroy! il lie would md suiiiiiii until ,i laud force had driven bia troops out Morea, Tfo Standard, which waeConsen rn ive in thc hist sense during Loni Beaconafteld's ad? ministration, ia now giving tbe Liberal .Min? istry effective support?;i most tignificant circumstance. Mr. Gladstone will not ht* apt to tum hack when all efforta to prejudice the English people against his foreign policy bavl failed. _ Till. DEEBA T Ol' " EUEE SHIPS" It waa unfortunate that the National Con? vention of Shipowners and others interested in the restoration of our lost carrying trade, should have been called to meet daring u hot political campaign. Public attention is dis? tract ul at such ;i time. In years like (his the whole country is dragged into thc torrent of po? litical excitement. Even solier bus-Bees men, in whose <ii nil it is aaually a text to keep out of politics, mi' compelled to devote themselves to rampaigfi work. Ihe Shipping Convention has not therclotc received the public atten? tion it; importance demanded. Tbe results of its deliberations, however, were valuable, aid its decisions cannot fail to have a marked influence, on the future policy of the errantry, A lillie handful of thipbnildera and ship? owners hiive lrpin making a gallen! light for several years in heliall of a national policy for the restoration ol tin* carrying titi ic. They bave had to contend with an insane ery im ''lice ships," started hy agunta offonign houses juill hy pupils which have BOVOr yet found out what is for the Intered of our huge Commercial cities and the country. They have hail a hard task to accomplish, but have alway! claimed thai wnenever prac? tical business nun should inform Cn tu elvis personally on ti.i.- ra-Jed ol' shipping, they would condemn all nttempta to repeal tbe Navigation laws sad would lend their influ? ential support to some Bggeeaaive policy fm thc recovery ol l"st ground, lite Convention nt Huston baa shown them to he right. That gatbetinj. Baw composed ot men Iron all pjirls ol thi' North and West. The nbjecl ans discussed diepaasionately, and iln- tree ship movement waa overwlielmingly defeated. Fomiii r tree ship men juit themaclvea cn n(uni agaiiial it. m.e Important outcome af the Convention was thc tli-claiiii-i hy the shipbuilders, both of thc Delaware anti ni' Maine, that liny do not ask either for suh-idies or bounties on ahip-bnilding, Tbey propose a -mall bounty for ihip-owBori and demand thc repeal ul the ui'ju-t law which compels a great rtnamnT wm ih half ;' million ol dull,irs to cany thc ?aili ii a sou'., oi forfeit ns privileges, while every railroad, Ioctl steamboat) and gtaare coach is tue to cairv M not, and geld liggcr pay than the steamer. The. inst ice if their position cannot be challenged. ?ther results of this Convention ate old in a letter from Hinton printed ni another pago. In substance it is proposed 0 take oft' ? large number ol' the charges nil taxes noting on ABKBMaB shipping, amt o adhere to the policy of building American hips of American materials in American auls. The conn*ry is to be congratulated on this neeting of practical husmess men. The "free hip" eonspii.iey is defeated, Tho elanda an hanil away from the implicant topic of he carrying trade, and practical remedies for he lamentable decline of thal inn-rest have cen pointed out. IEE LOTTERY LAE DECISION. The prompt action ol' the I'osimistcr-Gen ral, iu restoring the old orita oftBe Depart lcnt forbidding the use of the mails to all tilery companies, will meet with the beni-* ppm val of the puhlic generally. We have bown that the Budla have boon for como time ast the only effective agents ot these com? mies. The open sale of tickets ni this vicinity ?I for some tune past In en str ppfjsj hy thc action f Governor Cornell; Louisiana, Georgia and iciituoky, the funner mai kits of IhOM wiiulliiig I'oncerns, have bi -en practically epleted ; in none of the other large cities of In-North has the poblicaalo ever been BO BB ectriotod as in tins city; and conscipii nth, I WO have Mid, only ihe Untied Slalis mails ron any longer effectively aaed to reach and leepoil tbe poor victims of the infatuation of ambling in .ottering. Tins was eeriainty ? tisreputable businesa for tin- United Btatea and ta thousands ol agents to he. engaged in; and re trust thal Mr. Miiynaid's action will he so ?ositive anil Ihoiough thal il will ev ci niter be inpossible to prostitute the mails to this luise ise. The making ol' the order geaetal to all dnpaiiies. foreign anil domestic, will have the inthi'i effect of relieving the Department of be suspicion of being Influenced favorably to itber. Such a inspirion was not only mumal Hider the circumstances, but ii bi do secret tbal lu- companies in neuve rivalry charged on the die band, ami boasted on tbe other, tbal roch nflnencea existed, aud were nm ol aa boateel ort. Naturally, the next resort of the companies viii be to seine one of thc United States Circuit ''cuts foi an injiinc'it n restraining the Poet naater-General from enforcing the order. 'I bey rill doubtlesa not go to tbe District; of 1 .olnmbis lonrt, for they were Lately beaten there, and be complexion and opinion ol' thal Conti have mt suddenly changed. Tbe Louisiana com limy need formerlj bo apply with sonic sue ires under other eirenmstancea to Judge Bill aga,ol New-< nie in-, bul thal was before tbe .?j-)-Intuit- revoked ita charter, and winn it nd >oiue little claim to legality in Louisiana. I'la- Kentucky company had some backing in be Kentucky Courts, bul tbese decisions were ately disregarded by Mr. Ifaynaid, aad his iction hus not been overruled?aa yet. It ia .tife, however, to assume tbal these compani -. vin h aic now likely in linn ennuin.n dis lornflture to combine action to reoovei lost ground, will endeavor to influence Courts and diicials ii;, other than legal arguments ; and aa. .'int or .lodge iietin.i ni th n inten it, except in strong and subs! intial grounds, i i apt tc ex? ile attc!ii mn and invite c iticbrm. We shall be dad to ace the ('01111-, iw well as the Poatoffice repartmenl and our own Bl lc and cit} an hoiitica, free limn any such suspicion. BRITISH PRI CED BA TS ARRO ID. Thc English ..people have a morbid propeo Jty fer "lecturing" 1 very nation whose eco lomic pol ic j or parliamentary practice differs 'rom their own. Instruction la given by Brit sh moralists in all branches ol government, In ((mises in political economy aud const] tu ional history being " Bpecialtu ?-." Tho Amer cnn audience bavina dwiiidled !n size, owing 0 the development of ho.nc industries under 1 pi ob ctivc ay U n.% tl"- tudj ol 1 .tito ional hi-! ny has hcin lal.en up with 1111 vonted seal, a profei orship being ci ablished 'or Ihe ii. nelli "i French students who have md for len yean n tentative lyHteni ii their own. Inasmuch as the motto ii' this Behool ol' critic! m ia "What ' ever is British is infallibly ri-dit, an! unqnes 4 tionably expedient for all sons and con ' tl 1111 ?n- ol men," anything like originality n economic or political science is unsparingly ?oiiih-iuiii d. Americans have ceased to i : e 1. id ol these Btrictnrea, bul Prenchmi n arc non sensitive. The latest tiles of the Btpub ii/ur Francaioe, tot example, contain a aeries if articles bristling with contemptnona Bar asms on the English presa for its assnmed mistery of the art of political government, The criticisms which are bo warmly resented sere drawn out by tbe recent reconstruction of be French Ministry. The Premier, atti 1 pledg? ing himseif tn execute the dcciecs against thc tnaatborized orders and expelling the Jesuita ind negotiated with Borne and offered il" eniaining religions congregatioaa easier terms. iainhi-ita indneed three memben ol the duistiy to I'.aiiinii thc principles of the lhamber of Deputies, and the Premier, foro ii'iing thal be would be defeated on the Brat livision, immediately resigiied. He had ?hanged trout on the amnesty question at lu- bidding of the B pnbliean leader, bni bia iociiiiy was not equal to thia new- emergency, Ie was onsted precisely aa bia proded seor iiiil been when be lound bimeelf at variance sith Gambetta respeetiua plenary amneety : md in the second instance, ;is in the first, a inhordinate Ifintater becami thc next Premier. lin se proeeedinga excited keen displeasan ional the Channel. The moreuata eonld ?oiiei ive of nothing riioit- invjgnlar or na Kuiiil, unparliamentary or unconstitutional [han tins ext Tine of power wit hom reepoasi lility. Hare was tbe ackoowledyed leader of be dominant party, making ind unmaking Ministries, dictating pul.he policy, and virtu illy Koverning the country, witbonl once ie ?1 piing the responsibilities ol office, Winn M. th' Freycinet resigned, Gambetta should .01 have been allowed to slink tbe Premier diip any m nc than Mr. Gladstone was raf? tered to remain io retirement uf ter overturn ng thc Beaconafii ld Government. Adminis? tration by proxy, witta the President ot the 1!'-public a man of pith and the Premier Ba? ler Gambetta'a thumb, ought to cease, lt waa iiiomaloiis. Sue 1 ;i system, croaked thew pe Lints, eonld not be made to work. Then was do precedenl for lt. .so British precedent, although the moral isis failed to ni.1.4 this distinction, rbey mked at French politica, not witta Pre ich, tm! with Euleilah e-yee, and the e taeqoence waa Hoy mw "men as taeea walking.11 lt is thia laaamption of Infallibility on tbe perl of British critics thia nnwillingnesa to admii that ttngUab ideas atid practices an aol thc lies!, not only foi Englishmen, bul lol I'lineli im 11, nml the r si of mankind ? that exasperate! the AgmMajas FrtnottitM ubI pms 1 tine edge on ita Irony. Witta good n .ison. Tin- Kn-nch oonatitutiooal lyitem i* us 111114-li Am.-rn ni as Bocliah, ind mom French than either, lt is tentative?it hus not taken permanent form?and the French pimple, who have always priih il themselves on possessing a singularly lucid intelligence ia political government, prefer to be left ut leis? ure to work out their own ideal in their own way. Crainhctta occupies, it is true, an extraordinary position in France, but his commanding inthicnce is duo to the faith which his genius has inspired among all danes of his countrymen. His acceptance of the Premiership would be something more than thc formation of a new Ministry. It would he n point of departure in constitutional government?the beginning of A period of r< loiistruclion and creative energy. Something lu sides British precedent! will In- required to letciuiinc so momentous a transition. "A COEFEDEEATE FAIEY 8TOBY.m The irieetinriltitilc supporters uf tlie lest Cause lid aol confine theireflbriafae tba perpetuation of rebel seiitiinetii t4> tlie formation ol' historical BO* pieties and tba iilll'li'iitioii of Ugh]y-colored Behool hi-turies. Wada lliiinploii's iijuncliiii that elnlilreii ll! tlie nu tlvi's knee Sliollld lie tilll-llt to cherish tba iiati.-iis of tba reboiltoa wm aol ne.-.led. Belora it was liven, the writer of a fooheb little hook r-lle.l " The PrlCteeSS of the .Moon." B copy of which bm bean seal us, attempted to Biilisacvoo tbs fairy stori fer thia abomloabla pnrpoae. This would ba rilli.minus, if it were not monstrous. Tim hook was pablisbed al vYarreoton, Vii., in 1800. As a literary production it i.s insufferable twaddle. Its only significance lies in the fuels vie liitvc stiiti-d, BBOW.Bg .1 spirit among lbs Southern Boonie which recent events unhandy prove to ax? is! Still, ih.? hunk is most aboardlydasigaated as "B Confederate Fairy Story." and is as BtlBBBB a nu x 1 uro of political bittern aaa ami supernatural licti'.n as eyer issue ! fruin the press, lt ls dedicated " to tbe children of tbcBoatb, woo auflered during the late war." Tbs introduction,winch is addressed io "deer little Southern readers." dwella upon tbe privation following tba WBT, lind urj.es them to re? member that when (Jed wills that, they should "Buffel through the wickedness of other-." they must not feel loo mneh "reaentmenl against tba instruments of bia wrath." Tina pious sentiment ia followed by aa elaborate redial of tba sufferings nf Stitilliern children, which they have just been asked t" forget. Mow well tiny remember during llie war "waged BBS-Bat BS," " thal chilly niL'lit, when driven from yimr bonum by brutal soldiers t s burning, tba horrors which ensued; ?yon, poor little wanderers from Atlanta, and children of burn. ina Columbia. . . . You, little son of the brave papa, . . . hov.* hitter the inti uti" that bound tl.ee, hain! ami fo"t, wail d thy sisters Were insulted and thv ii."ti,e. weeping; . . . thy tears of In? dignation return, and thou feel's! in thy heart ade? line tor revenge" Enough ><? t 'ie introUuetion, ihe story deaerfbaa the adveatarea of ia ex-Cou id rate soldier, who Blumatoly marries tba Princess of tbe Moon. The indignation "t the King nf that plsnot, never before suspected of pro alavcrv sentiment, is great on learning from Ran? dolph, tbe Confederate, how Ins emuntrrmen had bren ii un Hy " overp iwercd bs countless hordes of a meddling, peddling nco called 'Yankees.'" Hie King laka to be told moro of tbat " poor, stricken laud,"sad hit eyee moisten m Randolob shits the I'.nheiie song of tbe "Conquered Banner." When tin- story i* ida with the marriage, the good fairy, with a lotieh of ber wand, chang - tin- hei >' dr is halo "a maaniflcent Con rsderate uniform.'' The feeth tim ai inter rupted hr tbe ai rival of balloons floating " banners of rod and white stripes." From these come persons csrry ing "carpet-bags" and "traps ol all describions, Tbey 11 ic th'< country whuh they "guessed" would surpass "the best Qovcrn iin tit Ibe world evei saw." Bul when they ?e a bundsome Coofcdemte sold er on tbe tiny ara abashed. The appearance ol ona ol Ins i!d slaves puts them to flight, Ile. di. ii 1 their carpet-bags, " from which fall numerous raluabl articles?rjweaa predominating.n l'lie old slave bad saved tbs Confederate's fsther from Ins burning boa a, and thia precious f iot-nots is added foi in > little children's beni lit : " In Balma, during the late war, an old tn in was borne 1 1 I death in bia own house, hy Yankee soldiers, do faith? ful darkey being near to rosene bim from fi ? Bann s." Hut tba good (sit. Intercepts tho flying Tankees, denounces them ss "demo ty." and asks the Confederate to Bx theil i'm.! iiai'-ut. Timi noble youth, however, theil relea -?-, " evi n thous- 1 li we 1 di ii. .11 inc linne ami deprived me ?>! every earthly consolation." They are thereupon dismissed by the fttirv with thia "Yon may well reji.ee thal your captor, being a Confederate soldier, spurns to ? "ii I -illi-n foes, cv.-n though they bethe pillagers and plunderers of bia own house hole. Repent your ways while you have time, .', ri pite of punishment bus been granted to enable you !" r. nun and '.vain ymir people agaiustNemesia, whose nplifted hand ia read, to strike tbe blow tbal will carry destruction in ns waka Retribu rp i than that ol Mars, is suspended over them. Go, avert the evil ie,'me it is too late." Tbisstuffwas nddrossed, not to full-grown moo ami wornt n w no could luf-.isiire its wisdom, bul to little children nu w use viigin minds tbe lightest word oiicii leaves a life-long impression, and with whom the most trifling sci bi a sober reality, li would be pleasant lo think that tbs sim it which animated itbadilied away, but Wade Hamptou's address to tbe Southern Historical Bociety l"'ir liars afterward, the compilation of Confederate si bool-books continued to th i prosenl day, and the ailinn of the Louisiana Superintendent of Educa t nm with rc-ti-ci to a ci tain text-book, taken barely a mooth ago, abow that Ibero is too little ground for sii.ii a bone, There is nothing in Bngliab'a photograph which jars willi his record. _ Wm ii William El. Soward who said 1 "Ho niau caniie rr.-sideni vi ho spells negro with two k's"T Haiieo, k spells it that wu v. nnd the timorous ilurld l.ill'nd- strikes ollt Oil! of them IfBUCOCk thinks turill is it " local issue." riial || superb! _ .Muli-di iver Barnum baa ov-deBtly been ordering tbe Ct-mo'r.itic editora to discount a possible Democratic defeat in Indiana. Tbey are unani? mously impressed with s conviction thal tbe loss of Indians will nol hurt Hancock's chances a particle. If they lani BUI Comfort IO this view they ale w,l eome io it. ? _ The iDii fit ry in,nt I have a "ehaage" undera Presideal who thinas tbs "tarin nu.?stum is ? maller thal the General Government seldom enies lo Interfere with," and who bails a Greenback vie t"I., a- ?? jjioiioiis." The Democratic editor- am aol pre bely tambliog over each other in tbeir seal lo gal to the front with defences ol English. Thc sun.-iii should nt'in .atkins "i be will Bad bimaell bailed an inimously aa tbe aosurd. The Paterson editor, who conversed with the Superb in a back, was delighted with hts mrie gated conversational powers, -ll.- converses n ?? il;, and mes good, plain language, Every thii g he Mi'.- 1- righi i-t Hu- j.1.1 1, aint be doesu'l ii lisle io answer soy question aski l hun." ap? parent l_ md. Mis resom .sm information seem to I" .1 -""I deal like those ol the accomplished per? son ol whom ii was ouoe said: " He knows no end ol iIi.iil 1, bul the 1.iiic is ni;,j B)os| o. n,,. things ; iWS it' .i'i sn.' _ The neal tlmeacountiy editor gets the8uperb Into a bark at ahould talk with him about tba 1 .. itution. Thal 1 s - ifs" topic. ? it i.r Timmi.ni aaa aaked bis opinion of Eng? lish roi .ni l.\. iiiiii replied : ?? i don't know any thing ai.1 I nglish, and 1 1 innot .s.n anvthins shout bim." Ih* ' now, hut the chant es ure he won't fi ol like giviug any opinion on it. Hancock sara tba tarni question "waa brought iii. once .11 du native place, in Penna. I vania." i mit iseutireli probable. There bara boen iudiea.io_e : ..11.e 1 si.u i.e s tbat I cnn-.!. mu : has at various tun' - i.its .1 1 1 '..-.in ? Interest In the subject. The v.f< i-n editov mya Raneo I. csa ?? t m ? on a uenisraatiwi with tara aa Uiroa persona ai LOCAL CHANGE-). Mr. Sheridan will appear nt Hawrlv's Kioto's iheatre to-morrow evening bs Legardert in "Tba iiu:,e's Motto." lt will be roammbemd that tins ?.ace, whee Ira! produced ia America, was pre ,i?nie 1 at tins theatre, William Wheatley geting tba luci p.m. Tbspbry is from tho Freaoh, by thu .ate john Brougham, who wrote it for Vsehter, and ?ei en.,) from that liberal manager a bog ol cigars ia payment for bia work. Mr. Sheridan needs ii" Dtroduetlo- to New-York sudlsaeea as an excellent tutor. Me is new lo them as a star, lott it cammi in- saul ol Inin?as it justly eau ba said of _o many libera thal he is a star mlf-coaatitBted. He hm not thrust himself into this position by dint il three sin Bl posters and of Ailing tba windows ol tba bug-stores with his photographs; hut bs hus Barked Ins way to il by thorough labor, and earned it by desert, aad bia profeasiooal position is digoi lsd sad substantial.lin MgaSBBBOBl ul Hiss \ii le li Igaide it Nihill'.-, has proved a due lailino. I his young lad] acted Fsrtkeaia, oa tbe af taraooa if tba 6th mst., to a small audience, lt [as pity thai a lady who has youth, and lal.'in, and beauty, mil. apo ia milly to rise m a rational manner, should winn her nine.aa Miss Balgacda is doing;ia vam ?tl uu to asl Hamlet, and other characters to which sim la Buamtad, ami for the p rfuiii.iiuo of which she has neither Bapuelty nor the requisits asperieuce.lt is .tated tu ti Miss fanny Davenport will presently i-meiji-ul Nililu'-,?iiill us lii-S Anna Dtckiosou's dun i imn biri, rho ohartuing opera of Mlllgnona will be pre -eiii.il tins weak, ut tba standard Theatre, by Hr, i.ii.i' company, Hilo. Paola Marie Beting Mignon, sad Mr. Oran*, nen prima doona, Min-. Josephina > burger, adina- Philine. Hr. JosBOh M.i-i n, ,,f v. h.mi report speaks highly, will appear aa WUmtkn Hoister, lt ia dseigBed to maka the revival ot thia iu-cc u brilliaatfeature ol tba apara anamn.a laiiMicd piece, aatttls i " The Proiiosomi Oystera lu A Mew," has limn pi'.tdll_cit itt thsNeW York A | | , mun. wheo a lum oxluUiuou ol BQBUBrs mee." If they will all report him ni full, thcro viii lie some fuu presently. What has liecoine of that champion of Southern ?In valry. Wada Hamilton T Only the other day he vns going to call Secretary .Sherman to account for niue truthful and caustic remarks tlie latter hail ?ade Shoal tba Ku-Klux, nnd even went so far as to vrifc a hiirh-tmied letter te tba Secretary on tho object, lint there tho matter seemed to drop out if sight. Can't the Senator publish ihocorr'sjiotid iiee in full. or. itt least, lot a curious public see rhatkiudof Imnililo pie the Secretary wad forced 0 cat T ______>_--_--?_?-??. music .iv o Tin; drama. A BAFFLED BEAUTY. In the piece entitled M A Baffled lieauty," which ? now current ul tba Park Theatre, aa aibrthm nen linnie to tell m action a story which dem not caddy lend itself to that form of iilteniuee, anil rnieb would not. IbeatrleaOy, he worth ina telling, vin if it did. This effort, furthermore, bm hem Bade in aclumsv iminner. The heroine of tin* pico -an internally wicked woman, who ex nits mi lier own riekedaeoB-?ia made to pursue soother woman with lim 'lunations of hatred and a must baleful malOVO euee, vvithoiit any adscjaata ?olive, and, in bet, rttbout any inoiive at all. The success of this leadiah indvidual is proaaoted, wbeoever rom time to tun.) her little schemes are it-fouling perfectly obvious, hy an Inetan aneoiia and tinrestrieteil acoessiOB of stupidity ni the part of all the persons around lier. Such iction m tba work contains, jireoriimi.lv, may ba sid to depend upon convenient -alases. Nothing iliu. it eonld ever happen in life?and the puce issumes to he a transcript of the actual. Much is apposed to oeein between the acta?bo expedient *eiy common, and very lodious, in tho theatrical rork of all novicoo. Tba persous are p rmittod, rith but little sxoeption, le spca- ia one uniform aanner, winch ia tbal oi tba BovsHst ea whoas york tile piece wits has d. Seveml ol' tin- ipeakers re allowed ;i liberal .odulgene ? In autobiograpbioal obloquy, hy way of piecing out tba story, sad ex ihuiiing who they tlmuselv-a are. an.] winn it is hal is sapposed to be going forward. Questions re fBSQUBUtiy nsked, which drop on the iiidicjii n with tho weight ami thud of unanswered 4iniindinins. A cot.ly element, quilo low, aid v bolly uiiconiK '?ted with tho central BUbJeCt of tho linen, is Violently thrust in. Tin-re ls a free use of he element ol tableau?-usually tlie nielodr uu.it ic oufessiouot dramatic waakueaa?in whtcb nicks if situation aro made to si a nd for true climax. At he end?where tho hero munn 11 kill his dastardly oe, and the she-devil be discomfited and brought 0 rolf-oonaeioua defeat, and disgrace and punish neut?the op-iort unity ls s tm '.lied to BOBM Vague (tea .of eouaiatoncy witta a preceding atraia ol schrymcee seotunont, rbeaeara aomeot tbe me nanical defects of this production j but its deeper lefecl ts in ns triteness, its futility, its lack of BUb taoee, and ns geBcrally rspnbdva character. Tba peeta.sr of it is eonaciona ol a vast deal d' effort, that is .ill about nothing, and that nines t" nothing, at hurt, and that is saturated, brough snd through, with balefulness; con dona, on, that ev.iyt.iuiur in tho piece bas bena .seen in? ure, bet.er done. "Ihe torsi.mn Brothers,'' 'Camille," "Led Astray," ami "Tue Banker's laugh ter." would occur, instantly, tu any (\ ku ii-ncetl plav-goer, a* among tbe obvious sources if all the effects that restjpbbi drama tn "A Baffled leanty." The si iv ia tn}! Giulia 'Miss Bose .ytinge) hates Viatel flo nemo (Mis Ellie Wilton), ind connives ie iinih. ? disc if between I '.iimrfun and Laurena Aylmer i Mr. Mink Pendleton), um o drive Aylmer into a dud with lon Dmitri, In vhieh Dnniiri seriously wounds Aylmer} whereupon Diogcnet Schtntdt, M. D. (Hsrry Courtuine), gives to Uymrr ;t drop ol uncommonly good brandy, and Violet Cameron sinks gracefully on his .m. while Giulia and Demetri de* ?amp in apparent triumph. The incidents ne: an audacious conversation between Miss ?y tinge aad Ifr. Grism?r; tim detection of scheat it (.mts; an insult and s quarrel, ovar a card table ; md ii dmd : and, in tbe beaton way of humor, Mis-. -.dredge, as a croea between Prudence and Mitt i im of gio, anil artlessly exclaims, ? i?.M -tor, w h it sro you giving met" In brief, thia s a badly-made piece, on a commonplace subject, ? up vi iih hackni". ed stage-effects, and di o magnify a monster and exhibit tba wardi Hiss Knee Ey tinge, lt has been received with ia i 'i. l.liee. Miss Rose Kv linne, who is s good net within narrow limits, affords, in her imper lonation of Giulia, s striking illustration of ter peculiar powers. Ber afiectstiou of sen ubility is soiierb; her icy tones, in level |i Lui', whether conventional or sarcastic, are ex? ceedingly effective: ber repose is excellently artis? tic i her appearance and cai riage aro imposing; and ber ant bursts of defiant rage an* m.ide w Uh a happy rchcinence, such hs denotes tb. joyous liberation of i strong, hut coarse nature, The spectator would :,nt li ? :i-io usiie,l it. in ! iiese I itter mom. aero to break forth into a volley of profane oaths ind to punch tbe heads of all i i.e per-"in in her im? mediate nritrhborbood. ll'iyeiv voice partakes of j ms vulgar pugnacity, ami boeoiuea rancorous and strident. It istiuite iirernarkablo piece of realism, nml worthy of this i -peri meed :??'?? -. Mr. Harry Courtaine, if the pail ol Schmidt came tn anything, would lie a brilliant success in ihis play. Hm tehntidt is so managed by the iiutiior that he is always just nu the brink "i beiug lomebody and doing Mimething, bul never p Ins li'uiiicon. An exceedingly pretty and piquant performanct -notwithstanding it ia nneven. Bur? ned, aud rivy?is thal "i vi^- Josephine Baker. Barron Uni reappean, bm in a character far benentb hiafine talents and ample expoiienee, lie vv ii- a t ;y ol He lure, tv il li ij. (ul jmh.es ot SCtlUg, 111 il far-off day,a ben selina had not degenerated into an i \ lu I ii! um ol' di v goods un I (li.uiioiiil.s, and he is a a.an of sterling professional ability aud world. the stage -et hil' ts pleasingly luxurious, rbis is the cast of parts in "A Baffled Beauty": (iiilllii. linell- MS du Iltiniill.It'isn KTttaM Vlulol caine run.Kills Wilit,n Nina.nain lille 'tu ssald MsryDsavan .Josephine Bsker 1 liss llt.iti-t'ii .I diiisa LiilrciluH I..UU1 net- Airiiici .Mark Pendleton BSVSk ie- . . Hart',ii nm inn-,ii. .4 -cliiiii.il, M. li.I larry Cmirtai-e I.m Duneln . I. lt. linaine. ( :ul'i .J. li. HavUls CiU'tiiui Ubersroi.ku wm i It-air Hairy sim hop ? .Rk'ti-nl liri-nnanS liiln. rt WiinitT.U A. Basins! A lt I mi li i. ll. It.iliui l.a.in siintion.Hr i.limn issi vant.J. Wuluma of marine nature is enlivened by as sociation with dramatic performances, noon a new stage snd hy agreeable and talented players. Two i.'lnmpauz es, two liv g ant-bears and a sea-cow ure members of thc company enganed at this place, Ihe new play is tho preduetion of Mr. W. H. Ellis, nuil it relates " tho Adventures of the Whipple Family ghooli the Susan Jane." The idea is not new. The Vokes Family used it here in " Fun in a Fog." Mut it is drill, ami it answers the purpose of iifl'or.ling light and cheerful entertainment. " Girolle-fiirotl.t " will ho revived at the Stan.lard Jhe.'itro on Wednesday." (indi n-'lit " will bo jiroduced |a saorrew night, at Booth's Tbentre, hy Mr. .Jarrett, who has asSjBOlsed a company for this purpose. Tm! Boston Ideal opera treare bssds p-nt-il.One ol'Mi. Boueieaalt'sold pieces, tvi'u ' new inline, will he presented this wei-: ,-it th Bijou 0|ieri lion e. it is sailed "liit* gnow Plower/' and atlas Kite Claxtea will bloom as that lioriieultur.il curiosity, lins etaBBga will ba in .li? nn October 13, 1 heie is no (ibaags at Daly's Theatre, afr. Few* celt's f.irce ot " Our Find Families" has ii: ide a Iii, il e lim- and teti'l'-r voe distil of Miss Lauri J" I a tlie jj-iii of tins performance."A Bsffled li linly" continues Its cotiimolljdaee et' t ?II u iii the l'_rk Theatre.I be principal iiiei es iii the programme just now offered liv the San rrsneiaoo Minstrels "?? ?? < )ur 'i orebligbl Parade " and " Plea mal I "mp in ions." Tbese latter the miostrels always are. I'ba fornier pu bb ^ a -kit at tin- surreal pohtli ni demon itrationa.Tbe Ural week of the Bernhard -< i -t st Booth's Tlieatre, to Is-jm November Bj. will ha devoted to Adrienne Lecnutrour aad Frou-Frou.. ihe opening oi tim reg al ar a aa sob iii ihe Union sijintre Tliea're?lo he ethcted with "D.u."l Ki'iiiitt "?ti; ts already i>?*en aauouBSad. A new American play, aamsd "tine Haadred Uiy.s,'' vuii :?? piodiieedit tbe Areb Street Tbeetre, Philadelphia. October Ih. Ihe areoery, dr.--. a, etc., will be elaborate aad aeearate. '1 Beeasl i ucind ns ti.e inst talent of the Oosebe-rloppoeCoaaady Com. puny. MOVEMENTS OF ACTOB& Mary Anderson appease ia Cbiesga to-morrow ntirlir, and will r.-maiti them two WSS-BB. She ended, DB tho Sd int.. m Philadelphia, the Beet BBgnge* iiieiit ever played in the Walnut. Mic band hu.! I i he removed irmn its utti.'d place, tn make room for midi I ional seats, an I se.ns wera Blaead on the slime in the WlUga. Thu oe ulled cv-iy night niter tlie first OtlOaftbe BBgageBBSOt. M-SS A*.d'-r ?on has acted, wlthiB fie past week, at ri mm, Buffalo, Elie, .'md Xoongstowa.Jobs T. Baymond acts, thur week, la Mus anne. Barliagtoo, and K(sikuk. io*-*, and in Galssburg ami I'e ti.i, IMinoi-.(Jeorge F.dgar msdo a decided hit. ni Utica, willi King L ar. Tlir ~Use Herald says that his perforniance " belongs among tbe gresi Inrpet mnationa of tba age," aad Isa oh-mrer extols t'.i< actor lor eonsnmmate .-kill. Mr. Edgar was last Inst night in Montpelier, Vi., .md thia ww k he wdl l'" i.u pi Greenfield, Northampton, PpringAeld, Worcester, and Holyoke, Mara.leflerson will net this week in Newark, Paterson, Albsay and hoy. Ile reach's H son "ii Cetobsr 1 '*. and Will hear tin- Grand Opera Hobs . New-York,tm tba 15th of Nov. inlier. His imp r-onatioB of Bel darts has Attracted 1'ne aodteueea all along his route, sad i's great aaecaaa is au ey ide nee that tbe boat itvl of acting ls appr elated, .Mns \da Caven lish ls in Brooklyn this weeg? -.I. soiling I. -ci Wiiliaek, ui lie Park Tba irs, .Rdwiii Hun!!, bas i ?? m neil lro . i- r gsu, whither he ?.vent to - ? tho Psssion I I ? , n i, nti.r a brief stay in Parts, lins procee li J to Lon lon. It is Ihouabt i ow that tbe Pnn BsVa ii .tn-will not be ready for ocenpun y fi I aboul November IB in whioii cass Mi. li .'ii.'., appearance Ibero trill uni bemads ns soon na was expected, fha preparation* foi " Hamlet" ar<\ boa rer, afoot, and will be made in a liberal manner sud wltb much magnifies MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC NOTES. Mme. <: irater will sing al the Academy of Music. Philadelphia, lo-_norrow evening. Mia. Julia M. Burnett, tbe veil-known and mach esteemed rea der. h-.s returned to New-York, from tbe Cars, ills, v. here .-lie bas psaa d the aumaser. Mt Ar nellie's '.tiii U gii .< ni !: in I wUl give eeo certs to-morrow sfternoon and n tba Ex? hibition of the American Institute. Mr. Arbuckle himself, Mr. Griffin and ih-n Frank will perform solos. Miss Pauline Nininger, tbe soprano, will ssa! npearanoe -ince her retara from Europ Cbickering Hall on Thur dav evening next, - will I:.-: ve the as-1-1 anec Mi. K'i udf m Ni- ? in. tenor j Mr. ll.'S.cj,jink, violinist, nnd Mr. Unger, _ sli ol v.i-.i'" ire nea to New York, audi I! Mr. I b ?'_'- orchestra. A successful season of summer con en aili ter? minate on Tuesday evening al tbe Mel tan Concert Hall. Mr. Budolpb Aronaon'a oi mi hus I*; v.ii nearly ono hundred and Sf I since May 27, which have I.i nttenied bv ovei one hundred ami e g 'i thousand oe >??!??. On Wed tii'siiav evening Mr. Theodore Ibo a' orchi ra .mi a -"iins ol ?!.:- i tal i onoei t-. " lieseiit." the new American opera by D Bock and W. A. Croffnt, of which aomenoth made in j eaterday'a 1 bibi tra, will i> ? pr., luce 1 to? morrow evening ai l_averly*e Fourteenth B Theatre by the lindley Buck Opera Company, T ia prim ip :1 parra nra to be taken bv Mesdames Ju . i Pola, Belle Cole and Kate French, and iM Lang, Cogswell, Bvsrde, Marks, Eberle nnd Stuart, Ih.- chorus, w inch i- a cap I il one. will ii i .1 ' VOCe.. i| nt the pe din ted by Mr. 151 a bin Mr. Constantine Sternberg, a f mg ." .-- a pi .ni-r, made bia lint appa iran rn in 'I:-- eount the Academy of Music on thursday Bigot. Ba bad been bera! led with i great il ..irish of trump* l.-is managers, snd the p ibllc had been le I to ? xpeel a phenomenal ptsrlormanoe. Th it it was dissp pointed wis. perbsps, not Mr.Sternberg's fault. His programme waa exacting without beiag interesting. Sive for th.* Bebarweoka Concerto, tbe Aeadeaav ts a peculiarly had place fur piano playing, and ba was i.ot weil seconded hy tba m bastes, which Mr, Caribers conducted. Bul a i far as eould he told from a single and nnsslisfsctory bearing, be is by im means without merit. His technique is good, yviti.'.ut being remarkably brilliant, and. ka pisyswithtaste.il not with areal breadth or ex? pression. Perbups a second bearing, under moro favoring eireumstancea, may modify tbesomewbal unfavorable impression tbal bisflrst perforniance created. PEKSOA ll.. The Hon. Hiiu'.i M( t iilloeli is on :t visit ta Hich mond, Va., to pei form the duties ol a director ot tho Itichiinmil and AllegbsBy Ballway, Mrs. Georgs P. LBtbrep,tbada-igblersf-fBtboBdsl Hawthorne, is giving BOOBS IS her artistic taleni, iimi, it is said, vi .ti reside m New-York dartag tba winier, and pBIBBB Inn eh.'.sen braaob ot art. General (Jrant's Hartford visit this week will Ito a success, ho far as popular enthusiasm can make it one. The general feeling of the eily sei'lns to ho thal too much cannot bo done in honor ot tbs great cobber. Mr. John 15. Gough, who has been lc???urine in Connecticut, is enjoying ., degree of gaud health thu michi -linos! ho called niliust. M ..at of his autumn sppotBtaaenta are ia Caaada, beyond tbe din ot politics. ll la B noteworthy fact thai tin-two most promi? nent Kni.lish lleiieials of tin- cay are enemies cl all kinds ot intoxicating I aeere Sn c. iruet Wolseley ia sud to bs a riu-nl teetotelei, sud Sir Frederick liuiii-it-, who eal tile Afghan koot, is a staunch Hood templer. 'I he Scandinavian icsidents of BoatCU were very enthuwsstie ba their recaption to Mr. EVBrnsterae l'litiinsiin mi rbareSayeveaing. Lo bia raspoaswtd averv Beedie. iBtrodSBttoa tue celebrated Norwe? gian dis, uss..,1 Seiiidniaviii'i poMtMB, and I ha iraimcnpl culls attention to the etrouinstance Ibat bis mostitiiuii ut ter.ui-eh were mod warmlj tm plauded by Ins sod mime Mr. L ll. Frechette-, th.i Canadian poof, who re. ct uil> went te Hans to receive Mm I lareetes ares a bom the Frein'h Acitleniv for his new h.mk of aasaaa, h is |uat retsraed to Montreal. On rbursday evseiag 800si" tba bodisg fjUloeassBl daws lao banquet tu Ins honor. He is a lawyer by profSaalaa, During bia vaapsass to a toast ka s.mi, siMisaalug tba Preach Caaadlsna present i ?? Prsaoa. awi i l ? lld France, our gtoeiOBS niotherlaiid, aller L-lg icais ol i hlivion, has just otlicialh rOQOgnlaod - M i.i-i-chii-icn, mitt it is to poetry that we owe tbla maud repar.ition. Honor then to |wi,try. It w is my good lortiine t>> be the itistriimeiit ot this grand act ol justice, ldc not haast id ll, tor, us Miine jom-. lin is hay''' remarked, ot hen deeerv< I this boner BMga than 1. Still il li is III ide lue veiy bapPV. Nv r, tc- my i people Bxeeptioually favored, having tue n_hi io 11,i.in aa our ino: inti;.md two of tbe aaeat alonoua powsn ia mo yyoiid. Vu.s, tte ii_vui_i>,i/