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Lomb ix?No, 20 ltdi "i.l-**i., Straii*-. I'Alii-- No. 0 lille .vnli". X\t xv-Qotk Dnilu QeTibunt. fCUNCJD BY HORACE GREELEY. FRIDAY, DECEMBEB 10, 1880. THE NE ITS THIS MORSINO. Foleign.?Iii,* ft e.-k ('liiinii't*: of Deputies lias voled aboat tr_.600.000 lee Bars] Bad nulitnr-v suppli.'**. *=-= Kloiv'uni'j' liH** li.-en utiulivjied in the _Rr)ti-li i,;isj-. :-It is reported tiiat peace lins been leetSfed in KEttUsteB. r-rr.? FlftV tl)oi)tni:il Pariunii Cnual sliures Lave been BBkaCKiked for ia t**!**i'ii. DoMPSTir.?Three jii*l?r-s of eletit-OB h:tvo b,*en iuiii. ted i Vir.iiiii for ri'fiisini. to neeire f 'tcs _t the late eleetlos* -?*** The Repuhlieuii-* in r?*oa__resa lidd a caucus last i)ij.lit nml *_-tcJ(i'*<l to uso all pariiaiiientarv tactics to lefeEl tbe Hergaa electoral count resoltiri.ina. =_____ The I'liion l^'iitrue ol AtTirri<-.i tuet in Philadelphia yesterday. - ___? A woman amt two men were lyncher! la C'liiroiKlon CoQOty, Smith Carolina. ____-= Thc (iraml Jury of Hartford failed to indict Cepiadaa Hjrs and Y?tui_r. of the sto.imer Ptonii'/tou and Narra ira ri nett, ??rr A *fireatcDriii>z awH. Him.. rrn-TT-J a lons of tlOO.000. ==__: Tbe Sta'.* ('au .I Hoard was in H(*<**-niri fcsterday. __-__s Char!.-.* H. Far-ell tuts Btaed Th' Chicago Daily Nene* for libel, layius daini.aca at if.*i(i.fioi). C"N0nr?s.?In tbe Rccate a ffiepesrt was receiv.**! from thc Kean'fsrv ot War in retrard (ofhe pnrcliae.* ejf BBeafde of Castiedatata ofBoersi Mr. Pendleton's resoltifit'ti dircctiiit. an earlv r? port on civil icrvicc "K-foini svar- r__e*Bled ; a hill le extend the time for flinn: claims for lost arm equipments was debated. r a _ In ttie House th, Fortifications bill was re? port. "I; Hie (bbate on tho electoral count was con? tinued. Ciiy A"**i> __*____**.?<The plan to lill thc vacm _ies in city ofHcca to-dav will prohably he car? ried ont a* already reported.--S Mayor Cooper vu nLnr-.lv qt)e,**()o)iod ly SetiiHlor McCarthy yes? terday (oiic?*r'iin_r Ins proposed nominations. ? The Senate Committee on Asylum Reform rom pitied i's vvoik in this eily. _=____ MOBfTSMO, tba Italint). wei couvictcd ol murder in the necond ilc jrrce aid sentenced. -- ? The State Ctnnitii's Aid Assoi iaitu a m.-( avaiii. ??? Sis overdue steamer-, incliitlinir itu' Vict"iia and the Volmcr. atiiv .1. ______ lite stan ment of thenftairsof II. ft. Arnold dr. C*?. his uni been completed. - = Cold Viiluc 11! the IcLBl-tciidcr silver *.ollar (_12*_ arsine), 87 31 EBEte. _??? r___-_a_-1 active nd bigber, hut at tie end tow.-r an<t unsettled. Tn**". V.'rATin'n.? I BlR_r*4E local __ee_TE_IS-N h> __e__e clear 01 partly clotidy weaih.T, witli slijflitlv birlit-r t< Btpfrat-ree, T-swaaou-alae pesaarday : liigl.esi, '2'A ?; lowest. 10 | areraec. 188h:>. So _r_ea*__l Sickles d?*sirc"-i *o be nllowed to rccc.v*- ri dccoBstiou froin the Fi**e_eh Re pulilic. Tbere VFuw. I tim*, a tow weeks ajjo, "wiieti ba bred bofMeof getttBf lOBee-hfa-itt Eroti the Ann iic.tii B_fMb__ He ?,'"'. >t, but it *wa--ir: a <lic iration. Th" liiiiid States (Jiiiml Jury at Hurtfonl bas rt fit.ed to lind indict 11.cute; BgBlBtOt Ciip taii) YOMUKi ed t!l(' HfcTfT-ijr__|_?tt. and Cnptain Nye, of tin* BtOOitegtOO. Tliir* may be just. The j.lilllie thrived Hie iinincssion at tlie time ot lin* disasti r that the company hid much thc luiL'.'l slime ol the roof-J pcui 11 ol it. st* A niciiilMT of thc New-Yolk I'i ison Ah-u, i.i tion said y* sn |.|;i\. at th? State Charil iee con fcieiiti, tiiiii on lnreet*EEti_Dg tbe diatrlbatnosi of pub ic f urnls. for tb*' relief of tbt* poor in tIii*- eiix. lie vv.:-. -tn pi i**eil to lind il " iii nie in "the intcii.*.t of political oivaiii/* itions lallni M Uian with a view to reach real pov*i ty." -?? lt ni-tiks 1 lioiesvorthy tSkEBgf in the liiiiihh loloniiil ev>t. in, arbes, as yehtcidiO, the CatiiiilL.ii Vii.iov, -apeak in tr lin the 0ov eriitiieiit, tells Parliament tlmt the pr??t. * tis. tai itt lias *' not only piomotcd iiiaiiul.ictuci i" but nus liir^'.ly incii ii-**-.! 1 ht revenue. British Fi(?*-tni<h*iH will be at__lde-ted ai tins __mr|_r_ of lb* ir them lea anti t< a. lin fa. If two iuiii) uixl a worn ni i*..n holdiiny mole _"-_*!<()i..s. anti ans BMW. eo_-t___Mtt__j relations, to (ivicli other than tlie three* principal figures in the Fellowa-Ribertson divorce snit, those men and that woman have not made their ap? pearance in any recent MM in the coutts, at least. The sui! came up yesterday with Hi entirely ness- and elaborate eiitniiL'h'inent, and was the subject of an interesting decision by Judie*. Larreiuore. , -? The extreme tv p.* ol perishable property has yet to be discovered. Mr. James II. Ki tn** has found ont that money can meir away more quickly than in __a_*f__M on L'rain. He piid 1-10.000 in EiW-hmd foi Hine (.own. a famous tioisc, and the weather bein-; very stormy on th*' voviige herc, the poor iiintn.il trotted itself to dealli. (Jem ral O'Connor, of South Carolina, s>vs the solidity ol the South is paaBinjtj BWBJ, ami Senuior Bea Hill nays it blight to pa<s a ssas, "bm much dtp-Mid* EpOB Carfitld." Alwin this tim** four years ggo Mr. Hill was P_*e patitiL,' to be Ju -1 as aiuiahk' to Pieeldent Haven. It's a w y he has. lt wonld be shrewder it the tail ol' the ostrich didn't pro? trude from the s .ml aft, r the nianncr of the unal?:i.-li( d obelisk. Th** Boo ate Cumuli 'iee on Municipal Ex? pect**-1 strayed away trow tbe plain ptatb of du'y y, sten!:iv, ,inil lu aim* sully mired in the bom of local politics. Tbe especial cause of debate was tbe __per_ted oetioo <>f the M'l.sor and Aid un: n to-day. Th" Committee *-u'?*?* t dei in piodiiciii'jr sun" lively ic i.lui_- i'T Hie news') i;icis, lint lt carino! lie said that tin's added arneb to their own, or the pub? lic's, in f'< *i imii tiirt about the City (Josiiniiieiir. Il appear* thal the people of st. Joline >re IndlgnEal becans. tbe Britisb Gtovenimenl had admitted our right to indemnity for Un Fortune Hay ontra-.c. lr would be more proper for the Newfoundlanders to be indig iiitiit ni the inisfoiihict which has rendered any claim rae-essaiy. Wben tbe fishery ques? tion comes np Binni for general * ttlemi m. they will timi, no doubt, that England, pur siiinj. the same ooaree, will cinisuli her own int' lests regardless of colonial leaJonsy and stupidity. _ Sid it or Pendleton eoddenly manifeeti an interest in Civil Service Reform, and a*ks thal all thai part ol the Premdent'a message beating upon tbe subject, be referred to the Select Committee upon the Civil Service, of which that frantic reformer, Mr. \?st. is chairman. 1) MM it mean that the roaring hiir lesqae of Civil St 1 vice ll form which bas been nuning with iuc_ ra _e__ in the Democratic newepapera ia to be tranefeired to the boai la of Con;, rt isa ? [f so, the count ry may expel a long (doge ot inn. and ss ill bc icarly fol DO cud ol extra Marion!. Mr. Chit fernlen yesterday succeeded in pa?s tng through the House the bill wbieh aathor iaee the Chamber ol Commerce lo place in th. Sub-Tti aMirs" building ii staiuc or g**0_p coiiiinemoratiiijr the lir-*t in insulation of Washington. There is every assurance, (rom the aiispics limier which the movement i ina.le. thal this will be a work of which the city may be proud, and not one ot thone hideous excrescences with which pen Bal vanity anti oflicial ignorance conspire to pop? ulate our parks and puMic places. There is no spot in the city historically more intci*-; ini-r. and lt deserves this coninieniorarioii. It was fortunate that Mr. French, the Black? well*! Island mi-sK.iiaiv, svho w::s threatened with discharge il he teat-fled before the Beaate Committee OH Insane Asylums, had too much manlineea Mid too much of the flrmnesa of Ins principles to obey the orden be received. His testimony yesterday dieeloeed .some __-, tiaoKliii.iry abases tSiat hare come un? der his eye dui inp the past few yean, The worst of tb-M waa the detention of insane patients utter they had been euied in order io make n-*e ot then ai Ber vants, __a___t___eee, etc. Mr. French testified to (tetcutions ot this sort ol' two years anil -ix months respectively, and detention! counted by week- neem to have been not >nfrequent. His outline picture of the treatment to which patient, eau be, and have, been, rabjeet-ed, is more shocking by what it raggeete thoa by what it says, (itht-r abUBCI les- viiitl, but siill oiitrat.eous in un institution of ttiat kind, are, deacrilxd. Much of Mr. French', testi? mony dealt ss ith the lia-*! rather than the pituscnt, but ir seem, d to show sullicicnf MM lor a much mon' tbOTOOgh investigation of the. Blackwell*! Island Insane Asylum tlinn the Senate Commute!' have l.een able to give it. SHALL GEORGIA'S VtJTK RE ''OUSTED? There is an evident and important reason why the electoral ebttegM should meet and vote on the same day. Let them choose their days independently, and there will soon be a hanging hack in some States to see how the others vote ; tbe State which succeeds in roting last will, if the election is at all close, control the result, und a heavy bribe lo her ste-fra niiirhl tarry the <l ty airainsl thc known popular choice. A .cordi"'.'ly?and this quotation sets at rest all consul* ration of reasons?the Constitution says: "Tlie Con " gieea may determine ihe time of r_hoo_ing " the electee-, aad Hie day on which they " shall -.'ive thnr votes, winch day shall oe "the same throughout the United .States.'' Coragreea baa ? deaignated the day hy a law wbieh has stood in force since 1792, the Iii st Wednesday in December. This year DeceB-b_- bogia on Wednesday, and Wed? nesday, December 1, was the only lawful day ot meeting. In Georgia there is a para? graph printed in the Btate .--tatute hook, and Called by (oaiU'sy a " State law,"' directing tlie Govern.n lo convene the college on the tirst Monday, to vote on the Wt dues.hy fol? lowing. The l;iw of Congress was diam* gatded ; the electors were ?*_____oned ami met on the titi-i Monday (December (5) and voter! ou the Wedneeda]* followiog (the nth), shall this vote be counted T It is a fundamental principle of popular gov eminent, which Tm; TitiitL'Nl. hat cor ?l.sily i-cognii d ami fully esplainnd. that urcgulaiiUi-.s ot ofteCN are not lo frustrate honest, Intelligible VOtOB. Should an inad? vertent mi-take, au accident, an overwhelm? ing ".lorin or conti,ignition, delay a meeting ol the electors, there would he stroag reasons and high authority tor claiming a reeeryed power*/ in tin joint meeting ol the two house, to disregard the liregutaiity aad count the vole. 1-* the preeenl Mich B case ? Or is it iii this instance nc (Hui to ___ri tho su premacy of the btw o. Congreaa by excluding tba delayid vote? lt OOgbl at hast to be lulls nnderatoOjd that here is no _sn____icl oi tsvo doubtful litsvs, Slur, uni National. The Federal Cousin nt ion mtptCMly says that the div shall he the same t-UPOOghoUl the United Statis, nnd ciiiitnlerj the selection of it to Congress. lhere is no de.nal that the supp .std " BtatC law " war* pas*eil iu se ccKrvioii linne tO coiilotin lo the stitt nt*- of the Confederacy deeigned to Mgnlate tbeeleetion ot the proooeed saooeaaon of " Preeideat * Davis. However this may be. it has no force as law, because tbe aubject is not iiithin a State's power, lt rlOM no' need repeaHng ; no.siibstiture dor lt conforming to Federal law is wanted ? it is simp y I nullity, for the ica ?oo lb it Coargraea has rhe sole poww of choosing the day, and has reade the clio cc. And how Congress is (,. enforce obodieaCC to a naif tam day, aad leeare ? ptopM n ipocl for ita undoubted constitution;.! prerogative of Baining ii, except by rejecting a vote deliber? ately casi in co.itriv* attoii, is not nagy <? ragaeat, 'I he joint c'tiist iiiioiis have already ilis tiactly ealled attention fo tbe datv of ob* ser\ing the d riga it. d d iv. In 1857, whin tin* vole win.h elected Bnebaaaa ovei Fremont was counted, the (piestion BI0M r . Wi-c.nisin, svhiise electors had voted one 'lav too l;*.te. Iii 1869, in counting itu? vote ss im h elected Qrani over Beymoar, it aroae again over thc vo:** ot Georgia, Hilder the mme hots a* arc now preeeated. ll ssa* in Ons instanee eompllcated bj an objection which many deemed more m.ant ai 'fofl , namely, thal c. rorgia bad not perfected ber nghl to repreeentatioa ainee tbe rent limn. Hill Ii chid poirt di-CU__e*_ iu a s ,;s excited debate, extending over a month and tilling a hundred pagea ol report, wns whether iii** deliberate and nnexcused neglect ot thc electors to vote on tue day designated by Coir.'iiss wa,* not ol it iii a reason Ioi r - jectnig the Voe. The t\so obj. ci ions Welt*, hossfver, ss,.iv-d. aad the eon -? taken waa in -ubstance to announce flu* rote both wass; ii- it the rote of the doubtful st ite bad been (.unit. (I, and as if n bad not been. The at? tention of G-oigta baa th.:.s been calle:!, as itrongtyaa mas- be, bat fruitleesly. to the error in her ita ute hool.. What coarse shall C d* L-l' -s nt m takt to lecure the uniform dayl It is tiilse stotesmanahip to disregard again and again nn Irregularity which may have important consequences bQcanee "ihi* time " n does not affect the resuit." The year when it doi-rt noi affect the reealt is th** safest and best tinic io coneci it ami eetaMish the proper rale. This present year a decisive In? timation that Sv.itcs wishing their electoral vote to be eouated must al leaal irv to casi il on iiie unit tim doy cm be given without injury to the rights of Georgia, and without danger to the general peace, tor the verj nason that it will mit athel the result. At some I nt ii i?t- time, winn an elec? tion hangs balanced upon the reception ot (.Vn,..ia's volt*, to lettie the abitiact principle sviil be far more d Hi.ult and dangerous. Much consideration i* expressed, and right? fully, tm rite club,irns-in "i: which the Gov? ernor and the electora most han felt in view ol the conflict between the reel and the ap? parent ltsv. A valid law and a void one look very much alike, in the books. If tbece gentlemen an plain, unlettered men, aol in-::u ted in American constitutional I ass infflciently to knov thal a distinct elanee iu the Federal Cms':: inion oran authorised ad ol (Jon-Tess i,vein.bn any State dictum on the .-ame subjecr, they may well have been perplexed, and have acted in entire good faith Ul following the " Siate lass*." A little astute? ness and Ingenuity, however, might have sug? gested to tbe electors, if thev tc div w, re per? plexed, the device of meeting and voling on Deeembei L aceordiagto the rrommona of Con* gr. ss, and mei ting aod roting again on the 8th pm stunt io the in vi ti i ion ot the Governor. The two votes aright have been transmitted to Congreaa, leaving thal bo.lv to chooee and OOabl the valli one. And the nullity might have been framed and glazed to be hung in ihe Qeorgia btate House ia attestation ol the al Irgiance of her offlciali to MState Rights." Sonic New-York politician! would jump nt so good a jut reit for .pending a svi.k, ;.t public expeaee, aaiong the botela of the Mate Capital. _____________ WHO ARK TBE OBSTBVCTlOSlSTSt Ar.- Hie Republicans in Congress justified in reeistina, even to ;i n ort to dilatory mo? tion! and rxtreme pariiat_ientary tactics, the pending resolution concerning the electoral count ?' Will the country sustain them in the vote reached by them in MUCUS UmI night .' Or do they hiv themselves open to the charge of naneooaaarily and Eaetioaaly ob sMneting the public bnaineaa by taking aacfa a course ? Into the decision upon this poinl ent'.Ms, lir-t, the ipiesi ion whether there is such au existing emergency tu requires the p laaage ol tins or any reoO-utfon on the subject of the doc? toral count, or justifleethe parts responsible for legislation ni blocking with this me isr.n- all other business; second, whether, there being apparently BO *-uch eiuergeiicy, the Republi eans bu ve reaaonable cause foi opposing arith such obstinacy EB apparently harmless, though unnecessary, resolution. The Brat question ia easily aMwerred* There is ao question ru to thc result of the late election; none ns to how the electoral votes have been cast; DOM a.* to how they should be counted; none as to bow, under existing lasss and rales, they will be eonnled. There is no emergency whatever tlnil calla for tho pi'UBgCl of the ioi.it resolution nude] consideration. No doubt exists in the mimi of any intelligent person thnl without thc passage of Hm raoolution thc electoral votes will be honestly counted as ca?t, and (he legally chosen candidates for I'rci-ident and Yice-1'rcsideiil ileclated elected. For thc pur? poses ol this I'u si,tent ml elec! iou il cannot be claimed by ans boaeat man that the slightest mci -shy exists for the paiagC of the resolu? tion. It the Democrats wini urge it are in? tending to abide by the results of the (Icc tum ami accept the verdict of the people, ihcie is no BOed of it, nnd little use for it. lt cannot, ta they themselves admit, change the already recorded but uot yet declared result. lt being, then, no" univ nnnece.ssiit v Imt ap? parently baiinless, are Kcpuhlicaus jusri.jt-d in resorting to extreme parliamentary laetiea to pn vent ifs passage f Is theirs the Wenona.* bilit.s of obstructing the publn" business by CectioM opposition to ? banaloM n-elution; oi doea it belong lo tiie Democrats for obsti? nately Inri!ting thar, unnecessary as it con? fess, <Uy is. it must tu- passed before any other batiaOM is taken up*? Holli panics pTEO* licaliv ague thill it is not es-cntial. I hi' Di ino crats iiisi-t BDOn theil righi I" pam il t" provide ,!.-ii'ist a p,,.--ible i on!,-t- in l-*s|, juill thal its pass... noss cannot po-siblv nth ct the pcu>Ung electoral count. Tl.e Republicans say, on the other* hand, that between this tm'.*' and 1884 a new Congi'--*, tn h i ,,,. ami ha, mg thc coafldeacc ol the people*) ss ill undoubtedly adopt some measure foi ooaat* ing tin- chart oral vote which will bc better aiid mole svi-ely imii in* il than tins hasty and iil-.oiisiiiert d pallis.ni nK-oluiloii ; ami they say further tint, harmless a* it looks on thi' face of it, it opens il poitsilnht v. diip and VBgac perhEM?"" a po-si bilits?tor the invention ol M_M tink oi (|uit.iiie by wliuii the preeeat Democratic Congreaa may undertake tn create mischief and defeat the reeo-dad will of th*, people. So, then, tho real question as to which ot the IWO part-Oa BM be iusily chari-ud ni th ob ?lrut-ting the public, business hinges finally ipon whether the Republicans, t-mspectiiig from the .pcninaciiy svith whtcli their oppo 1 nts press an nnneccss.uy measure that they ire conceding some ulterior mischievous ami i'shoit.st pnrpooe, have fiiiflicient groonds for heil *1 stint. How far back in the history >f the p;irty or the record of this Congress .ball wc have to go fo lind the evidence / Ah ir is there, indeed,. in either, we might .veil as';, that il.mks uni amply justify con-tint li.-stiii-t of their motives, their acts a.ul their ?rofe -ion. f This is ft patty that has ii'-ver found tiny rick too sm ill or ans Q-lbble too insignificant 0 lay hoi I of to make ni's-;iisf or gain .owei for itself. It Ls the party lint llt'dei 001 to perpetuate in power ia .Mime by 'rind built on the mo t tlespieaUs netsvork of [uibbleo. tecbatcalitiea and eontradicttonaever soi sinicieti. It is the party of the cipher ronepfracy* tlc ahotguo and lis-me-ballot* tbe ?ed-beaded Louisiana perjuries j protection mil tree trade ; bard money au I sol ; enalki <1 ul "xs..ik-amt tiie ??::_'.)" idiocy; me Morey urged letter an I Chairman Barnum, lt le a tarty tint threw out thousand! ol' votea on a lisho r*_* 'i.' ? i > de c it a I! ?publican __ngr___i i .'1 in South Carolina, and thousand! tune inion anni ber rase ??'?: i> 'text io elect .hairnet- in Miseissippi, and that for a time : i_ I lie -im.* game co defeat Garfield in New-York. Aod this rs i i on.r ss thal ba* Boated Democrata tn I i fiona upon thc flimrii bi ot qa bbleo, has aa ited raonthi ia attempt! to bulldosetnu Executiva iito signing bills permitting fi.-' fraud, nnd lias m vcr losl un opportunity io take ?? parti ran advantage by any nie ins, bosses',-r 'lil? li' is .iud dishone >t. 1st lie Eli pubii an li-tiiist of them warranted or no ? Thu Ideation is answered by the recoid. The pend s,.Inti.m originally bud ioi- its sob* obj ct Un* giving power to a Democratic I ? i .ii-- to take every advantage in a 1_? ?iee:, ia! conn! and Secure thi' el-eli,ai i.l their own ca nd n I.*. :es in case ol a !?? e '"lection iiinl a disputed result. For? tunately it w.-'S n,t d'-e. and there I* no Joubl as io the result, S ill th y IneUl upon paasing their partisan resolution, lt can be pul to no use by them except a dishoneel one. And t iongb thar aeetna hardly possible, .t is nell to tememlier tbe cipher conspiracy fraud; (li*- Haine aUenipt; the Morey fo .-? ? ; tiie talk that a liri" anile ago ssa*, current ..bon, throwing out the vole oi New-York j and * I he on eoaatanl guard against ihe machinations ut a p iis io fertile in mischievous Invention . THE /."<" U. SOM: VATIOSS Urn I V. We (tire no credence to the rumors <?t thc i-i i-r< nee of a i*.)*t*rupl i u Fund to im' I tb - Aldermen rn their votea to-day on M Cooper's probable nominations. Ami sse at tacfa little impoitaaec to thc alleged <? mi binaiions of __.c_.o_. to effect the s.n.ic issue. However ins-, it might bc io i. Hu: io e one Ol lw.? Aldermen willi monty or tbe promise ol patronage, it is nol to be supposed thal the Mayor's nominations can be mi arith any regard fo such a scneine. li n tafe to assume that the names which he -.ends iu will be those of men who wonld be is Brena I himself to tbe em loyment of -Heh in-ms to Meara their coiiiiiin ition. M is oi Cooper is much more likely to be m Buenced in Iii- sch ct ions by bis political an lipathv to the Tammany leaden, or bia per* s,n il predilection! for the Tilden partisan! iiid hie political relation! to Irving Ball. .\s for combination! of ll.; iblicaui and Anti-Tammany men, that appear! to I ? ? ridicnlon . Il is a qneetion of *i' sions rather tban of union. The He pnblicani hold Ihe Imlaa-cc of power in the Board and at the polis; they have no need lo combine with any body or any faction ; iud ssisli.ii on their part will display itself in si undina by and laking advantage ot I ie quarrell of ti;, lr enerai s. A. we foresaw ami mid, ihe ii ii ion of the Tammany and I Ha i factl ina before tbe late election w;..s na Insincere one. which natara!!** fell to pieeea as soon ai the exigency which compelled it bad passed. I'he breach has ta cn made wider by the treal! of the election; and tbe true, natural policy of tin- Bepubliean! ii to widen ii sui mole if they ran. The -ort of combi? nation for Republican! to make just now is that which sci I urine all the elements of ihe.r awn puts and develop at each election its tull sir* turin, lhere is no other way ol redeem ni', tins city from Democratic misrule and Inducing a more intelligent ami progreosire class to eagage in our local politic! and lill mu" city offices. THE I'Uli SITE. A ret'.'iiimenii.iiion irom the Executive Com* miitce of the World's Pair Commission would ht! adopted without debate as judicious if that body luni achieved au estab? lished reputation for practical wisdom. Iii the Ugh! of recent history, boss ever, people who take an interest in the Fair svill feel in i lined to investigate to some degree for them? selves beforeBoeajptini nasa tfomonstrated tact tau tin Committee has leleeted the best possible line of iel real from (antral Park. The stirring real estate agent who pledged 250 .cres of land at Inwood rent free Would probably make a prroaparoaa luveetment for los iliciits imii for bunsil! if the ninety inns :>f marah aad water in tba grounds ?should be left at the and of the Exhibition properly Bled in anti graded. Hut then thu geiieioiis engineering might make the site a dem ni*', after all* Again, it might be worth a -onad Mihecriptfoa from the Hodson Bivet Railroad to give thal corporation a monopoly ll the approaches to the Pair, but the grant ul siieli au ('..elusive privilege might chill the liberality of other capitalists. This is not it private enforprise in ss hos, laceem or failure the public has no men st. If the credit ol the City ami the Nation were no! involved in this perilous nv, stmeiit it would m.* be g matter of _i neral concern to inquire about the aecea libility or hcalthlillness of the site Bat, El t is, tiie people bave i righi to ask ihe Committee whether a pocket ta the hills, dint off fran <*v* ry bra ese, ts i suitable place for holding i lammer Exhibition] whether a ihallow, aluggiih rtream ss iii lufBee .orpurpooea ii drainage wbere 150,000 people?a whole ilty full?assemble every dayi ahotbec a lite caa be sud lo have a water front vs! i* a tin tfivef is mai Iv half i mile away ; whether it i acceeaiblc wbea i ann be reached by only one Darrow and lilly road, when the nearest horse-.ar Un,, s tour null-*, distant, when the nearest *-|* . road is tsvo miles away and eon onlj ba \: mled to tbe ground! al the o>*i of rl, tn in,', tn), -mil when the additional coune. - iii.) s, itu Ih. otbet elev,ited lines would cos, tt bast |800,000 more. Inwood Ls oa Manhattan Island, il La tran. Bal linn, vs Inn iou lani I lom ih* I'orty-second Stn-et Depot, the ia. ing ll.irhin, which ssas estei-mcil siieli an iiiipi-sa >le gulf ss hen pun Horrie WM considered, ?"int needs ba croaeed aud recrossed, and the same swelling Hood rolls between the Fair and every visitor from the North and Kiist. If Inwood ia tho most feasible isite, convincing reasons can bo given for its ?election, ami the Committee can be assured of cordial cooperation. Dil before the peo? ple of the ,-ity adopt the Committee's re? port with enihusiasm arid urge the full Commission to indorse it nt their met ting next month, they will need to be informed why Inwood was preferred to Pori Mor? ris, which is three miles nearer to the City Hall, which bas connec tiona with all th.* hettie car lines and elevated loads of tbe city, is already joined t.. tin* i ntiie railroad system of the North aad Beet, is no (luther troin th. Jersey ferries tban Tabby Hookf baaoanvalled water -tppreacbee, t'll I-, ni..ie pleasant, mon easily drained uni' more Ratable tor compact Exhibition build* Inga ss hen reached. euri uno nu: OUTFLOW OF HOLD. Th. c.,mk nf England haa i ileed ii- nt*' o*. discount ut last. The advance to 'A pot cent eau only be regarded as 'i.e. commencement nt' itrenooaa efforts to protect tin' gold re nerve, wi Ecfa bas now fallen to $125,000,000. As is agaa! in inch canes, thc Bank ".vdl doubtless move gradually, ami if 3 per cen* ii., * ).ot ilium in gold.faster than it goes out, .'l'j per cent will probably be tried, or a higher rate. That the present adv.mc** will hav:' comparatively little effect upon the mo vernen I of gold is generally inferred from .li. rate ol' exchange, which ia considerably below tb'- pomt at winch specie ihipmenta nie profitable. Hut even Hus adv-wee may diminish he buying of American seeuritiei in England, ind for -oin.- time the rate ot ex? change has bei a kept down by the dialings in An. uritiec rather than bv the bal* ance of commercial trans ctioos. M ireover, the markets are likely fo autioinate the ii advance of rate which will donb li --* tallou il 3 per cent does nol an_r.ee to check the outflow of gobi. It is not improbable, too, thal the high price! of m us American seciuli - may had tO Home r-ibzilin bs foreign holders, in view of the proepect for a better market for money In London. Ii is ditficiili to judge how tar t:.*> monetary sir arion here may be affected by tbs stilt, taken bo I tte in thc season. lt i.s dow only three week! to the end of the sear, ;,ntl large e tuen tl here are expected to cans. great ease in the money market before tiie mid ile oi January. Tbe disposition of many ler.dera may be to t ke ad*rentage oi un] ?..try pressure for loane in order to pal om money for tour or 'iv montbe af g* od . rather than to realize what can be _:i,:i-.t through premium! imi;:.' t ?? itv.* wicks of comparative itringency. ll money can be li d, in m_B< tent BUIOUnt to meet present needs, without impairing tbereaerrei arily held for payment! about .'ai iary 1, it may be anticipated that no severe or long-continued pressure will be felt, though speculative operator! may at any time be toned to p.y a premium. Hut fin* real quee tion j*, whether money enough can be had to cany on business af nearly its prc-amf volume until the mw vear has opened, Strang, as it may teem, there ts a considerable pressure upon the bniks ot nearly all tbe interior eiti.s, pul their demandi upon N 'W-York and Boston hav.* continued large up i" thia tim**. The volume of business is enormoaai laat ssc. k's transactions, both in New York and outside of this city, ssa ie tin- largest ever known in a tindo week, the exchange! iiimuniting to 93*11,662,615 onraide of New York. Tbe many new enterprisee which hare ?recently been launched, and the newseeurttiea which have been offered, have abeorbed a rant anm of money, while tin* boarding both ol gold and currency has been at a nile never before koossn in lins country, nnd bs with* drawn from active nae perhaps 1200,000,000 oi money. There is nothing hollow or fictitfon in the prosperity of the counfry. Ir ii because timi prosper!.] is real ami great lhat thc demand im money preteea close upon tin- supply. It niav bc that the hoarding, the investing, the new enterprise-, and the einormoui volume of buainees, hive abeorbed nure of tbe active capital of tin- country than it can afford to ?pare as yet, ami this is thc more possible because gieat reliance hus been felt in the continuance of heavy import! of gold, if the Hank of England sine eds In .topping tlmt supply, then will probably be a dose money market here, at least um il the money to b? disbursed in January bas returned to the m.'i:e tiny ceatree. lt is bncooosivsbla how saitaeioits men ol bualneaa can i><* dsladed into .apportion. by their money and thor BSSses, such trans? parently fraudulent organ ieatliaaa an that known aa th! "A-nstioaa ('h_uil*-r of Com? merce, lt___-Beturee, Trade and A?rieiiltur*>," svii'ise otni waa pretipitatsd by the laugbabl. axpos ure of its rottenness at a BMettBg on Wednesday nictat, Tbeorigioatorof the scheme, begun a tow years ago, and elleded le al tba tJase iu not vorv . imp..u.eiit.ny t. rilli, irria one GrSS__S *v\ a*hini"ton Ci.ii t-i Clark''; nnd a-omapioBoua BmoBB it. eommtt tcta wai Mr Georgs P. Rowell, Titers waea iseretary Bad a treeearer, nut Mr. Clarks sppaars to have done nil the buet^sea pertaining t<> theee o_Boee, ami apparently tbat of tbs president orebaira_ea also. Vet npon ths list of ths association thus headed and formed we dod tbe Basse, of two hundred armors repa tabla merchants wbo have aerer pabUely de? nied their connection witta it. Ami on tbe Craad ilitiiia.iiei nntil a publie mestina ssus tailed, when its ubsiird organization wa.'. exposed. It te a sicnili cant feet tint Mr. fi. W. chafer Clarks a ia aoa spicniiusiv inissiii.. amt thal Mr. GeorgeF. Bowell apps*.) il only to dtipley sus*>ici*>us (ITIS BeelBBBB_C. Indenoanetng the aasoeiat-oo by r. solution intern ao parsMaally laealttag lo tba ether fsa mombata pu .-.lit t hat he imii to withdraw bia (aopoailiuii lt is t_uit<" an obi trick, this. Tho l>.nii>cr:-cy's iiic_p_ci.y fur public *_____ laome afresn. Well weill lin Werainewspaper actually n-mit* tiiat (ontiibi and Arthur wera sleeted,saj ? the] wm bc iu:iiig.ir:it.*'i, -iud beai tba Doaaorracj to av.-id blunder! and attsnd t*> business. Wtaa' eau liavc caBSCt- thu iinnr.-. ?*.l.ntc*l sjia.-m si s-. nee f Pi rt mts Barnum is dlrectiaa Conaraaa even aa ba directed t be lats campaign. 1 bs p* Hey al I be l><"in ocrstio majority ts modelled ob bia Dian, anyway* It is a curious fact that the Detnoeratic aewapa* lier.* are al.using iii,* Presidsal tor his " tit.i.1 v isi.i " ni nu iiiiiitii'iuling a I,tie .,nd subnv I.u vitiicial (ir nil uml .ile at tin' t-ame time BCCUaing him ufa bu iv of tnanliossa kn nol rscomm mdlBi t ba rebabtl nun..ii"t Fits John Porter. Tba lanais te draw tba pan | linea BO (irani and Porter, mid i- calls tbe stni v ot 'I < p..niniie Bspobheaa wtm mada one of Ins Democrat!, neighbors vsrv anhappj bj stn,sh ina wita ii"iit'ti. , and rigor: ** Harrell rorLan (?"in"' The neighbor retorted! "Hanna rac a dam fool P "All ri bi." reepond**d the Kepubli caii. ?* Vim hurrah fur your candidate __d I'll bur. rah tor miga." Isn't ii shoat iii.ie I, i ..mi.- of ___re__a_ I man's anea i anemttea I ? st.,n a new alandar shoal iiiiu T s.iiue jiiiirtiiiiiHiii* at-od-diggac ought to pty into ti.. :-?. i bins mils. Baoator Teller*! admirable bill to pievent loath. ern etct Him iliads i? lik,.lv lo be Ti gelded iii tho Booth at. bitterly _c.tmii.ii m epirit. The -Chairs 0aaatMr.whiehiaethe bflaaaetgao efaa* '."Viiiior Ui.buis.ri. feels hound to po ag toothill (tie till hom of "' Ke'orm." lately charged that the ra_ult of tl.oremovd from Auburn Prison ut the Warden appointed by <l vernor . _____ and the sui,* m*. Ilea of *}, J. Jones, app tinted by Governor I otu il, wini a deficiency for the inst year of over glS.OOO, Tbafbeteeie Ibat the deficiency was .fiin.771; of which $11,7*10 acrnied during nine months limier vvnrtir.il Moms, wt... .ned to he lameaa f.,r renurkaolsehsngse of heart at Deaaoerart* btats ( oiniiiiiin.. ima tinirs, ami *4c_.(ii i acerned donne three m.nthanndei Werd.ii Jomet The rat*- ?t i "lice I.ej wwi* twice as neal.i<-r Moeea as bi der .louea. N-. erso tbe elerrthm aeeaaa to have ears. nie iii'iieu ratic meaa at lytoe. v.iiv .im the Ksrtbera _J.iBe__a.te dstfeaaam ot tjbalmen ?**r tired ao *.?? ?/ TW- (1i,m,.m (- ljlin bcli.re Ibey had lairlv t .lon Um up. Thc Ingttaa. arasainbaiaa ls __aae_iaaa erwin ,.r. duct iribateetetba ability <,f *-..e-.-,:,ry nanaflE aad tba Weedftui wfadtm sf tba -trpuenaaa tatty. I. tba I'ernim ratic part** could bara bad u? way auras tbe pea, Ifteer. /cns, iinenean * r.-.lit wont, nave been tbe lowest in tue world lostssd of th* hll"fl??t. _ Forney will be opposed le a Beeeiea for (lem ral Ijiiiitt. i will Interfere with bis Iv;.jilt?-. Tban te already talk <>i an (??.?ra aaaatea ot ___? "luiti, it ii i ecm.'.* neeeaaary, will *?*? ia iL-riiocradt; -,'up du v as usual. Ti.a* part 7 acini (t- (thu ic' rn maka Ita from sews** let i of tbeesntBry an t -eolats certeio.y. Thia la a neal .i ?? lot I ama tay ead J"iin I PLlis ,\ IL. Proteoonv Franklin ___*_!, of fate, assy bs, ft n reported, Pr ?PtiidhnurBa'a aarnaae ir a' rVilUs-BS* tOWll. Profeaaor Bill maa, of Hew*Ba*ren, is saul io be th* ooly aisle ds-eesdanl ..i tba aeeead Governor Jonathan 1 minimi, nov* living. Qorernor Cornell will rei am lo t tiri a.x*-eativa M iiisi.m ut. Ai .any !_?? nrms. IL- BM not s"*?ti I .al el v foe several mutillt ?liav int; ls***i! torbul.lon to retain before co'd weather, t>y i.ih pbyeia*u, ;;f -i i.i Late alarming Hine -. Senator Lamar is still la feeble health, hoi hil If - ails tun,I.- thar un i* ImproTtsg, an.I tiiat he will certainly oct uny lr.- scut in IJiiiigr.-s* tins ..?sui.ni. " 1 liean! Al .erl Gall ilia say." WTilSa a coir? ipoodentof I hr Albany Jetwnol, " iii 11 arsraailea wliiot) h** did nie (lie "uiior of holding erith ewe, nt hia old a-.**. ih.it ne thong il 'har vYaaki uttou loved elli/ ulie 111.ill, ulld tliilt WU- I.i,|:t ,-| ,-.' i Iii) ins nsri'ms giftoi rn .ney svhich Lord B aeeae ti.M's tero, Kmlyiiiin.t Ferrars, i?- ?eire! r.e.ills tlio 'aei ihat. tn vv nii.tm Pitt tbe youngi r eaaaa sae asy, trmii an utiknown beoefectec a pr_s_atof $80,000 to iui note ins ea lyeererr tn Psrltameni. bo mat tiie tic;e,a j- un sum .er iban ti, ? truth. al K' ujatiiiii Hiirris.in, of __ nani, ii nu-n tteosd as tin* most dillaami and ieee?fal lawyn te ii. Stats. H.- baa 'In* ? ?_???? Ism tnibit >.i patting m. lu st altiui v amt i-iicr.'y uno tbs stiiulie*; as well a* ihe lsrs*eet cas<"8 bs takes. It is said .,t nun thal be ilwayspaysa ronnaantaaroniei theoomph-Beat sf doing ins in -st, un t tu s teethe* dsretepsd among his i"i.t e--!..ti.ti B-sociates sissie In* pre pe rosma aiiJ a skni in ih r lin, in 11 tua sta! petes eoorta al ludiauapo in which isaooMWbal rem .> ..i le. Tha (Jar tie id family is d<*acrtbed by a esereeax |. aat "t lin Lim naaK tmeuorer i* ladh__mat to tbe .'icaiii'? ,?. ;,i"ti u.is cr()sv-i,eii i u bead ot it. Wijjia * Qorernor Poster was sksi m. tbs Pr adeat elset al Mentor, one of tbe ebubby, euriy-hseded aoos sf tin ii.-'d took a piees ol ebaJE aad arrota M3_9" all <,vi*, the ii'iuv.-. icaiBsl ti** poreb, the gable of tba urn Hid fi,.* I'i.'-'S. Cm -rtiel'i Inokeal -,i inc |>.-r formant*, lame i to fi-ter. ami ssnlt "< 'hai li., ,:i<l ron iV'T s.c tn." ingratitude ot son. __S4S|h*_i*m ...i r l.'j.Mi "\,D uk _>.?lt isanuoiince*! offi ialh thar (lie illness ot .ti Minim, of bipon. G.ii riior-*.' u sral of India, ia not so Batten! a* the nerd _g uf aoaMoft-wtelegramemigt I -< ? i to imp i. _- tbspatei irom ailshabad -ay : " l he feytermbsymptoaaa af tai Mji(|iiia ol tfipon ure a an:is. bul hs is Mill Suable IO ll, V'' -ItllOUl .issi,|.,:,,','.".V ,il"J).lt. ll t<) liie Tillie* ti,ii_ Coostsni.noplc sm Mr. (jo-clc _, the Hilll3_ _mu_*_Mlor to lunc-y, _.i_ dcpallcJ ioi Lona.n. tr ll All.. AL S') TIS. The oller of James E. Tamale to place a cliliut-?f leiis ni Bely i ri ii, l'j Lui :;.!ii,, a.i. h.-.-u Bceepu*ii, -in 11 icy ??* 11 H.- ... te -a iii p mme ss >ooii ui l>u itlua*. Tin- eluine wa I _Q0s_M >>t li, Bty-Bve Ixrlla, and win b*- ca *t nt taelgiem aa a ????-?. ? f l_OuBQO i lei *.,. t*. mi'- ny Hi organist, wini vviil Save Ci>nii> BM i-oti roi or n* ni wi Lum leal ii. un- k vb x, et lu.-y wi,: u, i my nt-:-.i il liv' ii, i tin. .i'i..i nie-u willi tue oin m. ? A i'oitnigat ago the bony of oin of the lay ci liol N ..Vail C till ilr.tl. g -luni, WM ill-."? ? 1 lu un imf itu. in* r_<l t.urr sf tb* balbttafl leafing I um tue root u ama a 'li kaowa .** .i tessa i aasr, m_ ,.?*? a Hiv..ni" inc: i- a the Noi .vuui _?' sin ..s ,,u.l cl**v '.'.ii ra It ia s.iio thai, mi* suir.i.'vtol i. inlei- t..?ce?^*.^y a recsnsecratton ?l lie eatBedral,-lihaack .t ix ny no un'.ins c cr ** nv ilu* alum;,I a* dour. A pureing shriek ami a t..intiii- tit pro (ilainud io a Liuiil. .ii Netvuiii.ti-u u.M - . ? at IM , ur.v "ht iady ii ike I ".mi Ima i u "tuc ,n ruT pocket. Rsm ? a ia rasasd to baa reaeee, basti r na- usa lier to .livest lier., if oi ker wrapper, Brady sra*pti . im mouin <>t th** p's: kr i la in.vK ni i lu-.si ..,).? of ii,e iiiin tetvui animal, tka aarasetwaa then taned svrrM un" nuui nf ti:.* h..'is., ami ke,armed a/itae duli. |n*_ ,.,;. l lo itu* h.ck y.inlto ill u.icli the effrnrtrr. Tai pocket amsepaead itiaiiu.il.>. nm '?.' tuon-, apitar.l. ginalty, | itiint. on ru ire. he rouinl Ate came ot ..il (ti* ,x ii-uiii.1 to ix* * t' ch i tape in pmara, rro._ wktei >h. iprug sad o?some demehed .n<i ind unwoiin.i wu. a wliar. IBS ...u.-'. old IBdymtlM to ".vu il imvu c-e lag asp?ly. Ihe Kinclish I.ituali**t, the Ut v. \V. ,1. Kuox I,iitl<r, wlio lias rei: inly Den preaselBB in thia city, Ck Bl ego and l___el___, aud wl?> dellVSTSd au addi ll in DsetoO aa tba extreme a***' am of trie Ainillran Cittiroti laat Manitey. i* not e ny a arong ptreeeker, nut a nun ot r.tr? taci sad dwa* iiiiueu'. gol loss ..uro tin- masai of a parititi not far fiuui ot. Alb..n'.-. HeassesMt, _**kp(i l*iia to peaaeE. Toe afcurek wardsaa isl wm.i of it. untt uiade a piiv.ilr call on Hie Bsv. box-Little lob. tr mia i.ot to aeeeae. Ikey dteek urasd tner duty, but tin* n ? tor Of t4r. Ailinn". BBSI th' di so kindly and ao Uti!** oatt rc?|iuud".l to th,*l) fear*SI Kita., taui (lint, aa tue: re? turned U'.'Uie, t'jej !"|?-nl<''l ol tiit-ir emul i.-t. ,*r*d wn*ri hun a ?i.-nu. l**ti< r. lM?-._ri'yf him lo <?> tte art-boat fail, and adtiiiK- ''J' WSJ of cxiu-e. "He tn,.neut ebel. y_a tame yoe weald krlag samklee to oum **i,iIl* youwrri preat'hinK." The rumor is reported from limo to time '.iiii I.,.id licitly may joni ute uriu.ti Garamar.ut ?l Uaatsaasl of IrslaaO. ii ....-* kass .liin uti to lee oat wliat wm' tue present bsrC l.ii-uirnaiit'a apc-ial re?'om EiK'tuLtliont tor tile ollie** lu tilca.' troublon* tiiuea ft a tfceaakl ls ks ssaeaaaty paekaaae tkal ka Oaatrce - lu* irlK-veit fr. in a co-iiiou wni.-ii, lUounh tuvo tin* le.itcli r* st'onal'nllty. n chit, ly wi'h nu |H)v*-r. Iii**, ti? ru rn* fut tutu tumult neall! uiiict'u-.'.atio i lu I oul tr I ie t lor -ion'tn..ii a Bientk eat wehr wit sal kepreaaass otltstwu I'lincii al ortlciuia. Tlie Ctilef dscret-O. wnsat -ri.uiii. to lils lair . ue ulnr v Lui *?-, ti I4H? vet isa lo iu lue '.lllirlll'S Ol tlt.'Ul Ut a D ?Vell-llir" ?.?? il.'lltlK I"*"-. white lee Lard LteaamaM wss trreeaa-sbaeuag ?ou*? sviicre in tiie Waals ra HigBlsi d* PUBLIC oriAlos. The talk of troablo iu regard to tlie Maat B! ut IU. '.,, i lui vote 1- a -.. .. ..al ult- int I hero will !?< U<> t.tuiti.c | liKti.it. ? _,?_?!t** Ju.iru.il grffl The fact that iii** Preehieat in foreed te re new hts .iiiiiu.it i-.'i".iutn*Kiii .ii a ur Blore ii Ingest aa* lot melita tat in,". ?-nt pul' .-.out lu I'i iii i- nut . tc iit_ule nea [Wsmphht Av ilaeske (lad. Da i ?' We shall lu* BglBiahlj stnprised lt the next I. i ii. .in mi, prove to beei apUeasilr tito muh Sangersaa teawrauoeaead ? rkaartli mrtkerder . tare fro i tka lim - uBured tumi....u- aad principals sa lite Ui'publlC?| Killi tloCulirier (IS 111 . 1. \i.lT. TO BldJVUKK -ostl MnUK. ,s, ... I kr WnAltngi n .'?- r I Tin* as cition, ss liens ie\.'i or Ls whomea* prac in * '*. iliai tuc XI.V'l.u (' .ii*, i" s tv i *l pa - * an ap pn,|.".. it..ni i.. I'.IS II,I Ll ' III', ('lt I O' l.i.l-. ? tu tx* mm.':.-.! .ts a i-iii ia i... i ? ' i i proi iitlossae l>,.-- wainui! I ?' smea or -?Bael i I Pen crate,and Mere are no Dawostfnts tu *'??? v i. ?* -t u > are uoi rese tun t_ t na..mst it beyond tea Buaalktlny si h_-tsra_-i ition. _ Him -o. r **r,un Tn* I'ttiiattelttSti A'-.-iJ More atgacitr ss mild t)ave bren rthown ny i **i). I,,,. 11 a iii L'onrm i ' e"t.'2 l>r.-a*-ti' ?( itirt h.vi lam n it (Ult. . * ,. I ?tSB i? i?iiii m,., lei- ooeiitii h ike '?.<?, -*?ral v.u.' lu I ive ie* i,iii(i i it* .iiioiitteii ? a if- m.' < i* ?? * ? ??_. I' melee ss Die now ekel >*r Ile M'U>- rn ni",. ???U ut i. ?(.: Vf i.l,, i. u.rni-41 i-flei i * . c. en i no' sse puted, tuc e.uei.cu t i -.ii -onifi.u't' _n rea: toa wuk or wu Boats nile Tka c,- would '" "???* ??'?'"J ?ii.-red ir tba majority of ihe ~u e,-aiu e,ti.i.u..i'-?aa hera eo amall ea te give nae te oo tntverey sa*ai ins iii.il cain. 1 in* .lu.._*??<? na* m.. Indeed come u|K.n ioe country, nu: no Uiati-s.tr.* dee le m.- !'? "' ?'''??"?' ."* er-aamae tuat n did aol aeme,aaatbei -? ?' " ' ?JS leuaooskly provided ioi u a* iniagi -ie I !> " ?'I an- Hilaire Hi un over a mailor oi uo luiunuialc sifcui"* ta itt*. _ Mimi "tiKNKKAi." rm: UNT ririafc mint tn* A-j-att) Kxpr,*, itteiO Tim main idea ol Ihe President * iei*?*a uauditioa lUal (.oiiki-m abouid pa*. _u act aut':ori_-_S I