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ntuoeOPRRk Hooss?8:1S?" Poo.'" Cabibo?8?"The Queen's Lacs Handa-crcblef* BkraRLT'* 14TB hTBBBT 1HB1TKB?8-" Ch(*ek.M mambo". Mhabb TatiiTaB-8?" The Rajuh." Bas FRksrisco orsitA House?8?"*. buuob of Keys, or Tbe Hotel." Jnoot to QMiofriiacinenta. ?*fs. CoLL. . _ . Pare. Col Jxronsemeur*. 7 fl Kan-ares A Death*. tanouncenieiite. 8 li Mis.e;iaii?-i-ii*. 7,8 4; (J anklna llouae*. 7 4 New Pn 'In-,iliens_ 6 2 nain csa Notices. 4 1 Ocean steamer*. 8 4. b jBoard anti llooin*_ 7 6 Professional. 7 4 Corporation Notice*.. 7 t> Pioposal*. 7 4 2)1 videna .Notice*. 7 4 Heal Isl atc. 7 1 X>r*esniakl'.ig. 7 6,Hales by Auction.-_ 7 1 Jrry Good*. 7 6 situations Wanted.... 7 b .Voropeas Adv't*_ 7 6;Hpecial Notice*. b 0 Xxeursloas. 7 fi steamboats t* lilt_ 8 6.6 "Financial. 7 3. 4|*suinmei Kesorts,_ 7 1,2,3 Orate* and Fenders.. 7 o'Teacbrr*.. 6 8 ?faetrnction. 6 S. 3 j The Turf. 7 6 insinesa Moncra. "Aldernkt Brand'' Bay always_Ooinkisto milk GaTT TMK GENUINE AltTICLF..?-The great pop sisrltv ot " Wt.bar's ComtMiuudof Coil Liver oil and Lime" ha* induced suine unprtnclpletl person* (o attempt to palm off asioiplc arin e (it their own manufacture but any person ?wno is iuff.-ri.it: from Coughs. Cold* or t oukiiiupliiui should beiaisiul where they purchase thia article, it require* no Barling. Tbe lesuits of tts use are it* best rrcnmmediations: said the prnpri.-toi bas ample .tvlm-ni-e on tile of its rieat sue eau in |iulmnii4rv complaint* The Phosphate of I.inn- po* seawvs a most marvellous healing power, BS combined with the *?nro Cod-Liver Oil bv Dr. Wilhor It ls pi est ribed nv Hie Medica! faculty. Sold by A. b. WlLUOK, Chemist, boston, and all di uxgi'la. San Francisco Opera House. WlLUS KDOL'IS SPA.KKS CO. _Crowded nigntly. see AeuM.nnot column. Sure Hotel, Fire Island Beach. Care* malana, hay fever, dulls and catarrh : paradise for sadldren; trains leave Cong Island (itv at ** 35 a. iu and 4:?Sp. m.;_aiaii*i boat rrom loot of Pino st., l.Ob y. iu._ To the Consumptive.?Lot those who hm - guish nuder the fatal aevetlty of our elimata t tim,uti say VUlmo'i.irv complaint, or oven those who arc iu decide 1 cou eumplion, by no mem* despair. There is a skis and suro teme Iv at hand, md one easily tried. Wilbur's Compound et Cod-Liver ult and Lime, without possesslnr the very nau*e4tiDg Savor of the oil as heretofore esed. is endowed by Ute pliospuate of lime with a boallus property which readers Uie oil doubiv eftl.-4cl.ius. Remarkable testlmoulaU of ita etgr-u-v can be Shown. hold by A. H. WlLBort, Cb*mist, Bos? ton, aad all <lruK*-l*ti. tj"100,6oo worth Furniture) Coverings mid Draperies. Just opened, in all the sew designs and colorings, Btone-iiaif their value. (Murrain- i.nait * Ca. sixt-h-sre. and 13th-st. TERMS OF THE TRIBUNE. Pottage frer fn the Vnlted Slates. DAILY, 1 rear .$12 00 I SUNDAY. 1 rear.? no JIAILY lwithout Bun- WKKKLY, 1 veer. a Ol) day) 1 year . 10 00 | Bl.Mi-WKi-.KLY.l year li 00 Remit bv P. o. Order or Iq reglsieiod lenci. Address 'lill. uajjCNE, New-York. BltANCIt OFFICES OF THE TMBl'.NK. WASiilM.lO.N-.\o. 1.8-.'** F-st. ! l'Alils-No. 0 Hui- -trill.-. LosiS'.l ? No 2d lietlltiid *t . -tiand. SlaU^^ik Baila QeTibunz. FOUNDED BY HORACE GREELEY NEW-YORK, FRIDAY. JUNE 22. THE NEWS THIS MORNING. Foreign.?Heavy floods are are causing much damage in Central Europe. ?**?-? Revela? tions reganlinr an assassination society in Mullingar, Ireland, have been marie. -= The Euglish Government has dropped the Criminal I'roeedure bill for .the present session. -=-= At Stockbridge, England, yesterday, rnc s were won by P. Lorillard's Iroquois and Aranga. ? Mormons to the number of 671 sailed from QueeuBtorrn for New-York. Tho trial of Louise M>chel on a charge of inciting to pillage wau begun yesterday. DoMKSTlc?At th e Ohio Democratic Convention in Columbus yesterday, Judge Hoadly was nomi? nated for Governor. ??. Great damage has been done by the rise in the Missouri Rivor. ? Two men were killed and fifteen or twenty injured by a tornado in Missouri. -?-g Commencement eur. ria* a were held at Cornell University yesterday. ? The centennial anniversary of the founding of Phillips Academy at Exeter. N. H., was celebrated. t== Senator Roi lins.of New-Hampshire, lost several more votes in the Senatorial contest.-Tho Butte City (Mont.) coach was stopped by road agents and robbed. ? ? The services in memory cf the late Charles T. Brooks were held at New? port, City and Suburban.? Tho fiftieth commence? ment of the University of the City of New-York took place yesterday. ?-? - Little Mincb, West? over, Mis. Woodford, Hiawasae, Skylark and Ranger won the .Sheepshead Bay races.-In the Kew-York Yacht Club regatta the honors were ear? ned off by Crusader, Winonah and Vixon. The brooklyn Bridge Trustees organized. - -.- The Work of excavating" for the Bartholdi statue pedes? tal was begun. = The June meeting of the Gentle? men's Driving Association was continued. ? Dr. Shine wa* assaulted by a gatotnan on thc de? rated road. s=ss The Union and Buy State Manu? facturing ComDauy suspended with liabili tiee of $500,000. =ss Charles Backus, the minstrel, died. == Gold value of the legal-tender silver dollar (412***. grain*), 82.11 cents. == Stocks opened feverish and unset tied, and latei Bead* material improvements aud closed steady, Tan Wkather.-Tribumk local oheerrations in? dicate cloudy and cooler weath-r, with aaiwaJBaal light raina, followed by partly cloudy or fair weather. Temperature vesterdayi Ihghsst, 81?; lowest, CGJ; average. 71?b?. ? Persons leaving town for the season, and summer trac? kers, can hare Tun Daily Titi nt ni* mailed to them, postpaid, ior$l 00 per month, the address being changed at often si desired. Tm. Daily 1 kuunk tri/, be sent to any address in Europe for $1 GO per month, which in tludis the ocean postage. > Jndge Hoadly bas carried off the Democratic aomination for Governor of Ohio. In thu* -e lecting as their leader tlie man who is baa* known as the advocate and defender of unre atrtctod whiskey, tb? Democrats placed them, aelves squirely on the side of tlie antitemper anoe interest*, notwithstanding their attempts to beilul* hiter when it came to the foi mal declaration of their principles. The platform atarts out with a treraeiidoun straddle on the. tariff question. In regard to the other lead in j; i*sue of the canvass, the liquor question, the party is declared to baappnatsj to all stimptu ary legislation, but iu favor of a Ueeaae sys? tem. Details of the voyage of tho astronomical p:ir ty from the United States to Caroline leland in the Pacific Ocean, and their oheeil al Ima there of the solar eclipse ou May G, will be found on another page of this paper. laararj a av the axpedition was successful. Indeed, exceptional food Hut attended it; for while Hay 6 was an unpleasant day as a whole, the clouds parted when the eclipse became total and did not civei the sun again until the total phase had pan*, ,1. lt ia yet too early to expect detailed reports liom tho observers; bat no intra-Mercurial planets were discovered, and the spectroscopic aberrations were particularly anoeeaafnj. The genernl re8ult of tLfj ,.*,,,.. Tullin Tr1 Acaderaj cf *?"??????? iu enoita to net it started. As the new Board of Trustees of the Brooklyn Budge ,s composed of the same men as the Jd one, there waa uo sign of a channa of poli v tte maidment of the .tincture at t Tr? Brid?0:t,,r^ye?t*rdka,? TLe -ceipt. rom e Budge trartic .mee May 24 show a steady de Cline from the beKinninK. DuiiuK the lirs^ven JUys-flO.OGO was taken in, .n,lValx?".y. ~ the weak endina yesterday n little over $3,000 I^oTa V,he EVera|f0 ??r ,w??ty.seveU days ?M9 34. The exiienses of running the Hridsre *Sf,r,lnrJ,,tere8t,i?n ^ ^^ ftm0l,nt to ttl>"?t ?fSOO.OOO annually, or over -4-2,000 a duy It ?aaia highly urobablc, therefore, that for scnie time to come at least, even after the cars aro running, all tbe taxpayers of New-York and Brooklyn will have to contribnte to keep tho Btracture open whether they nso it or not. The management of Cornell University ha* just taken a step which older Ea'tern college* would do well to follow. President White announced yesterday that Mr. H. C. Adams had been elected to the chair of His? tory and Political Kconomy, but that, as the new professor'* views were those of the Free Traders the Hon. Ellis EL Roberts had been engaged to present to the student** tlie Protec? tionists' theory ol' trade. The objection.** to such one-sided instinct ion as is given on these points to undergraduates in most of our insti? tutions of learning, and especially at Yale, have already been set forth in Tiik Tkibi;ne. Cornell's new departure does honor to the good sense of President White and tlie trns t'c-, and the Bpirit of fairness which they have just shown cannot fail to be widely recognized. _ Out-door sport* yeeterday, at home nnd abroad, on land and on water, proved to be of more tuan usual interest. Two American horses, Iroquois and Aranza, won in the contests at Stockbridge, England. Both belonged to Mr. P. Lonllard. Although neither of these races is a very impoitant event, the success cf Iroquois is especially gratifying, because ho waa nominated to run for the Stockbridge Cup by the Prince of Wales. The Prince meant to compliment Americans; hnppi.y Iroquoie seems to have appreciated his civility. A note? worthy feature of the racing'at Sheepshead Bay as illustrated yesterday is the reckless way in which the steeplechases are ridden and the re? markable good fortune of the jockeys in escaping serious results from their foolhardiness. There were four violent talla, two of them of such a nature that it seemed almost impossible for horse or man ever to rise again. In reality no serious harm was done. If sailors are pro? tected by a little cherub that sits np aloft, steeplechase-rulers must be under watch and ward of a whole cloud of cherubim. Favorites were left behind in the brisk race of the New York Yacht Club down the hay. The honors wan carrieil eft by the Crusader, which is not one of the boatsbuiltafter the models at present esteemed most highly by .vachUmcE. GOOD FAITH IS REORGAMZiTinS. There has been some criticism on the plan f<*r reorganizing the Republican paity in this city, due only to iiiisiiifoiniation ; us well as some, due largely to malice. The honest object ion can be easily removed hy a mere statement ol the facts. It ia not true that the dates fer re-onro'mtnt in the plan adopted were Bled by tha Coal* mitten and have since been changed by th* Machine. Hy a unanimous vote ol the Com? mittee, taken when every other detail had been agreed . >n, the dates were left bliir.k, al? though a contrary impression was Riven to the reporters by a member who was otherwise occupied when this vote was had. The leault aimed at in the plan adopted was a fair count of the fie? vote of every Republican who took the trouble to cast it, and the rule then of thc majority thus ascertained. The practical men tl ought an eniohnent necessary, toprevt'iit Democrats from taking possession of the primaries, and this iras agreed to. Bal it was represented that no full enrolment could be made in midsummer,?the meu who are most dissatisfied with machine rule being the very men then nioet likely to be absent at I |m sca-diore or on tho mountains,? and a new en? rolment, made at a time when they were known to be absent, ticing more likely to increase than to allay the discontent. Here then was the dilemma :?A reorganiza? tion in this city that should admit all Repub? licans was thought essential to success this full. Yet a reorganization including rc-cniolmert Of tbe plan agreed upon would takeover thiee weeks, and, unless done in August, could not be fiii-ahed in time for a State Convent ion in Bap* Umber. If done in August, when so many of the Independent Republicans were sun tobi absent, the cry would itt omi-ho taiaad thal thi* was a trick of the machine men, and Hie last state of that effort would bo worse than tlie tirst. To meet this difficulty it was proposed tha* tor the primaries this fall the machinery of the old organization should be lined, but with tanto* important changes in its methods :-? (1) Every Republican entitled to enrol under tbe new plan?that is, every one who voted thi Presidential ticket in 1880, or would suv (hat he expected to act with tho party in luS''? should be allowed to vote ;? (*2) A competent supervisor should be sent to every primary, representing the Independent Republicans ? and til)* No return of tho election at any primary should be valid without bis signature. This threw tho primaries open to tho whole body of Republicans, and gave to the Independ? ent Republicans an absolute veto on a return from nny one where they thought the elect id.) unfair. In other words, it put the proposed reorganization ia efb-ct immediately, excepting as to the safeguard of enrolment, and in lieu ol this it gave the Independent Rcpulilicaiis thc safeguard of flag] power over tho return. If a Begg fairer to the Independent Republicans could be devised, we should like to sic it stilted. To this plau Mr. O'Brien and other ri lp* resentativeB ol the machine gave their ap? proval, and pledged then.st Ives that it would be earned out in absolute good faith. Mr. O'Rricn added his belief that it would give a delegation to the State Convention whom the Republicans ol the State would recognize as fairly and worthily representing the whole Re pnl.lican party of tliir* city. W* lnii<-, t be means it. We believe, too, that with a united party in this city, thus repre? sented iu thc next State Convention, the way is Open to a clear and conclusive Republican vic? tory in this State this fall ; as well ns tu the fair choice of a Stat*1 Central Committee for thc larger work of 1884. TUE SAME OLD CRY. The Democrats appear to he planning a fresh expedition for the reform of evt iything. Theil newspapers aie publishing laborious compila? tions of Republican shortcomings and are assur? ing the country that there can be no thorough reform in affair* until thu ('ovcnum-iit is pul in the hands ot the Democratic putty. This is a familiar performance. It was tried in 187C, and waa thru culled u Reform." lt was tried again in 1880, and was then called a u Change." In both instances it was a failure. If it is to be tried again in 188*1, the RcpuHicans will ac? cept the chances on it with genuine pleasure. Some ot these charges which are brought agaiust tlie Republican party arc tine; oihrrs'ure false. What we wish to emphasize is the fact that the Republican partr has never been afraid to grapple with corruption in its own ranks and to retire from it** Berrina the men foaud guilty of it. It is the only psi ty in American politics which has ever shown either the disposition or the ability to reform its own abuses, lt inves? tigated theCi6dit Mobilier scandal and of its own accord begun the prosecution of the .S'ar Route operators. When the administration of a Republican President, who was the most popu lar man in his party, became so personal in character ns to bo a danger to good government nnd to the perpetuity of free institutions, the party rose against him, and aftei the most -tri iiiious internal struggle any party had erer undergone without dissolution, set him aside and marched to victory with the best equipped statesman who bad entered the Presidency Biuce John Adams. When last year the people let it be kuown that certain reforms were im? perative, such as a reductHip of taxation, a re? form of the Civil Service, and the abolition of internal rf venue tuxes, the Republican Congress responded instantly and in the face of persistent Democratic opposition accomplished the re? forms demanded. How has it been with the Democrats 7 What have they reformed ? They have been out of power for a quarter of a century aud have no record of deeds done by which they caa be judged ; but it is entirely fair to judge them by their own professions. It would bo aaa*" to go back to the time when they were in power and show how, from Jackson and his spoils system down to Ihiclianau with Floyd and Thompson, the party's record was not only full of scandal and corruption, but that in every instance it protected and fostered ita own evildoers. What the record hus bren in recent years every? body knows. It was again.-*! the preservation of the Union; against the preservation of tho public credit ; against the resumption of specie payments; against honest elections; against the protection and preservation of American indus? try. The party was in open alliance with the Greenback heresy nnd the silver dollar delusion. It conducted a great, reform campaign in 1876 aud ended it with the most infamous conspiracy ovei known tO political hbtory. It conducted a cainiiaign in L880og tho issue of a ? Change,"' and Waa disastrously 1 eaten because the people realized that a change to Di-moctatic rule menai simply a change for the aofee, There are no signs that tho people have changed their minds on the subject. The Dem ociats have done nothing to show th:it they are any more callable of reform now than they have ever been. They shout u Reform" as lustily as ever, but it, is our calm conviction that until they show the ability to reform themselves the people are not going to be so short-sighted as to a-J. them to reform anything el*e. TTE SENTIMENT Ol' THE CORNELL A I. CM NI. Tho action of the alumni of Cornell I'niver sity at Ithaca on Wednesday demon-Hates that the recent charges made by an alumnus trii?tee ot that inf*! it ut ion against 1'rcsideut White and his administration are not sii*!,iitn d by the genera] sentiment ol thone most inter* ? --teil and best able tu judge of their truth. The Alumni Aaaoeiattoo aol only elected ii* titaatee the mau who hud ft,><>d by the president as one of his wai nu r.1 friend.1*, bal paaaed ieso Intiona a inch expie.* ted fail oonAdenoe inTieai dent \\ lute and dcuotimted a* " wrong and un? true" ail statements that the university is retro? grading. James F. Gluck, who was elected trustee is a protiiitnnt young lawyer of HuQslo He is Identified arith bobm of the most intelli? gent attorn thal have been making to aeenre the best iti'-t:iictot* that can be obtained rot ths Cornell Fm-ulty and to laereaaa the salaries of the professors u? last as tim rapidly LaCfOM ing revenues of the institution will permit. With this purpose President White cxptessea himself as in full sympathy. Ba and the Board of Trustees now have the assurainta tai the ln-iiity co-opeiiitioii of thc body "t tho alumni in then work. The ClSal nvi linc* that Cornell I'tiiveisity has rooaoo toOJkUOSt la th* future will give it an opportunity for broad educational work. WHAT WILL K>oD COSTt Plight sunshine and warm weather have Dogai to make w heat cl cap mt. The weakassa. of the marketa, herc ainl at the West, has been enough to arrest attention and to cause heavy losses to ninny who have confidently operated for higher prices. At first it was imagined that the wearne*** in wheat might bc out of sympathy arith the eoDapSS inlaid. Hut it doc* not appear that the holders of laid aranja Jilin holders of grain ; in fact, it is slated that Mot 'euell via* :i bading Belier of wheat, and (belated his ability to make good ,-ill hit* contracts in that, product, OTOO while confess in*'failure in lard. Heine it ls suspected that, being relieved by .failure from present pressure a* tu bi* lard cniitrai ts, he has been in the better posilion tt win back part of his losses by moiu vigorous attacks upon the price of wheat. At all event**, Mitm-boily attacked with vigor on Monthty, and prices at Chicago fell about 'J cents per bu*hel. Rut it is not of much matter to the public what the immediate cause of a decline may be, or \\hrther thisor thatspecu IstorsntSOf iM* eaten. 'Hie larger and far mme important question ia whether the con? ditions warrant com-umers in expecting a loner or a higher price foi wheat. Nodotibtil OSSS surprise to many that tho wheat market (helmed scon after thc Publica? tion of the Juno report of the Agricultural Bereen, which indicated Hutt there would be u a deficiency in tho v. inter wheal crop of 1 **?*:', u as compared wit'i condition June 1, 1882i 'equal to about 00,762,328 bushel*, lunn ?** which, deducting the mcrSSSSil tlie spring wheat crop, there is a probable deficiency in ? the total crop of winter sad spring wheat of ?86,762.238 to 89,262,328 bushel*," Mool pei sons overlooked thc fact thal ibis estimate took no account of the surplus n-iiiaiiiing un? consumed and unsold from the Ians crop ol l-is'j. If that crop was 602,000,000 bushels, and il 61,000,000 bushell bas been consumed for sreil, and L9 bttehels JMT ca pi til, tug sboot ?J'.\ '000,006 bushels, for tomi iu (Iii** count'y there woubl still remaiii 207,000,000 bushels for export or for si.iplitK. Thc quamby ex? ported is officially stated j for eleven months anding May iii it ia 139,625,258 tjnnbeln, and foi June the quantity will not exe aid tho 6,600,000 bushels shipped in Juue IHH'J. Hence tlnic remain for surplus from tho crop of 1883 not less than 60,000,000 bushels. fits ti ii'* that stocks on hand were reduced lower about July 1, 1882, than at aa j other time for many yeats. Perhaps M much BS ?jo.ooo.ooo bushels might ba added ta the stock on hand without making it undesir ihly l tige. Bat tba wet moat bs added to the yield ot lH*-:> to MOM tain tho quantity available for cotittUinption or export during tho next twelve months. Now the c*tim Its of the Agricultural Bareet, unfavorable as it was, indicated a yield this year of 412,000,000 to 410*000,000 bushels, so that the probable supply, even upon th? bsail of that estimate, after adding 20,000,000 bushels to the stock on hand, would be uot less than 460,000,000 bushels. The figures given already show that ths quan? tity exported during the past year and the con? sumption for food and seed have not exceeded 435,000,000 bushels. The average export price nf wheat for the last year has been only $L 12, and yet only about 1 10,000,000 liu-lieUhave been exported, though the exports from the last largo ctop? that of 18!r0?amounted to 1**(.,000,000 bush? els at au average of about $L ll-a per bushel. This suggests that we cannot expect larger ex? ports than those of last year unless we are pre? pared to sell at a lower price, or the crops abroad prove smaller. At present the indica? tions aro that the crops abroad will be mach moie satisfactory than they wero last year. If so, prices here must rule lower, or the quantity exported can hardly be as great. But a de? crease in the quantity demanded for export would add to the surplus to be carried over to another year. It must be added that these calculations are based upon the June report of the Bureau of Agriculture, which was com? monly thought moro unfavorable when it ap? peared than the facts warranted, and that very helpful weather has bena reported from the great wheat-growing districts s'nee that time. Hence it does not seem unreasonable to believe that consumers will have moderately cheap wheat for the next year, if tho weather con? tinues favorable until the close ol the haivest. But very great changes might yet bo made by drouth or storms. TB8T1NQ DEMOCRATIC LOIir. Leading Democratic newspapers of this State argue that the Star Ronlo frauds ought to, aud will, beat the Republican party in 1884. Now, if these newspapers desire to maintain a consistent attitude, they must of necessity hold that the coupon frauds lately brought to light iu the Controller's Ofticu in this city ought to and will batar* the defeat of the Democratic party of this State in this fall's elections. Logic is logie. One of these newspapers begins a cordial in? vitation for the overthrow of the Republicans neit year with the assertion : u The Star Route u defendants were '.cpubltcuiis. They were "prosecuted by a Republican administration, ? tried by a Republican judge, and acquitted by "a Republican jury." Parodying this presenta? tion of a case, it may be said that the coupon frauds weie committed by a Democrat, or by Democrats,'.hat they are beiug investigated.by Democrats, and that If any arrests nre made, a trial will follow of indicted Democrats by a Democratic judge, and a Democratic jury as likely us not?it is certainly well within the probabilities?will pronounce n verdict of not guilty. Tho ISpaatnd use of the word Demo? crat in the one ease is just aa gi'-nificiint and impressive as the repeated uso uf the word Re? publican in thc other. Rut these newspapers proclaim that the Re? publican part] is "responsible'' for tho Star Route bands, rho statement will not bear examination. Rut admitting, fat the sake of .?iigtimtnl, that it is true, then we remind these critics who?of course?think more of justice than they do of partisanship, that v.ith equal propriety thc Democratic party of this State can l*-? held "responsible" for the coupon frauds committed in tlie great Democratic depart? ment of government of their great stronghold, lt is too early M yet to determine whether or not these new-papers will apply the rule which they have laid down in regard to tho Star Rout'.* frauds to the coupon hands. Obviously it is a poor rule that will not work, in both parties. If they unite in opposing a call for a Democratic Stats Convention, giving as a reason for so doing that the coupon frauds ought to and will bent their party,well and good. Then their Star Route talk will command more attention. Bot if they refrain from opposing the nail tor a con? vention and, the coin t ntioi' having been called and the ticket iio:iiinat*>(l, tliev do their best to render the Democratic campaign a'.iccessful, we will be com poll-id to believcCtbat they arc firmly convinced that it ("or*, make a di ile renee whose ox it is that is gored. CHRISTOPHER t ASHY AND OBOAE WILDE. Oscar Willie he* had Ins hair cut. Christopher Caaby 88M8 had his hair cut. i >h'ar la. or rather waa,known ss the Apostle?the Apostle ol'tho llcauti fal. Christopher wa* koowa uh the rat ri ir n. There ars other point* ul resemblance between the Apostle alni the Patriarch which are tevealcd ns we Bramina tao etssaBatsaeaoaa attoniHsg the cutting of tln'lr reajBajetlvn heans of hair. (me of ths mmt diverting ol th** minor diann tors in I.itth' I'orritt ta Christopher Ca*hy, generally spoken Of OS tho Petriana. Mo waa an un, tuon* ? ?ld humbug whose strong point van his hair. "It ?nih " Bays Dicken*." loni' aodgray, like floss silk or spnu nissa, and lt IookoiI sovrv heirn volant hei-nnso it nae novar < ut.'' Armed, sn te sneak, with Hus t onlidenco-begettifig arawa of glory, the Patriarch foundhttle illlHouliy ni passing himself oil for n saint whan in n-ality he was simply an unusually goml ann lo of skiuilmt. Rut, liku all humbugs, ba came to grief one day, receiving his doom at tbs hands of Paiick*. bb) conl.ilential clerk, who kn?*w him for what he wa*, In spite nf Ins lienevolent han-. Parnka hail fuiiinl ny Inttor alysa lenee that tb" I'a triarebal locks wore not tho outward sud risllde ot pre.-aion of the anni of all tho virtues, but quite, tho eon0NMJ, end Whao the time wai ripofor the ex? posure he denounced the wearer of the locks n* " a angary swindlor." Anil having applied this unmasking epithet ta the I'litnan li, Mi. I',nicks proeasdad te knock his hat nfl, ami then, as the Petriana neaped to recover lt he whipped ant a pair Ol scis*nrsatiil tut abort hi* long gray beoeToleet hair. Tbs result was, according to Dickens, that "a bare polled, peggieated, hig? htailed, lumbering psraSOnge Blood staring nt Panel.*) Who was nut in thu least impressive, not In the least venerable, who seouieil to have started ont of tba earth to ask what was become of Christo plier Caaby." History, which apparetitlv never gets tired of re? peating itaelf, matine* this taetdent ni tho career of the ancient Patriarch ('a*hy with one in the aaiSSr of ihe modern Apostle Wilde. Tba Apostle, ltUo tho Patnarrli, may he aaid, In the language, of Hie aticet. to have ? tra. ailed " largely on hi* hair. No end of ft ni;i!n andargrsdnnteaaa aeon:;?tiny gsaed upon his long, stimulant ripplini/ tresses with mored to exclaim : "OfSSorea ba is an Apostle of the Baan. ifni, ono of Nature's own?yu can tell that by looking at him." Ob, yea! Tho Apostle'a hair, ably supported bv striking i*eriiliarittes of ilia**, )iost- and dupiirtiii'-iit, was tim < - >; 11 i t > i nc ti t iipon whit li he ira'iily relied for thc WC OMS of Ins mission to America tickets, lift.v OSBtSi ISS8t*Ted soats aeveoty-flre eenta, pbstsgreeha of tlie lee* lurer to be obtained tit tnsdOOT, twiuity-liva couta. lt gees w ii limit Baying thai the Apostle did aol impsaa anna asatrbndjr* Trna, no PSneksevst not after him with scissors, while ho lingered <>n our ly? ceum platinum or in mir lumen dens ; but still it came to lu- generally understood that to cut Inn hair and to pul him in con.ontioiial clothes would have been to end his &BOStolta lil". It was tn Pails, a few wi', ks him, that he encountered his Paticks. Tba ilctails of the meeting have not yet bean given to tho public ; all that in .hi ina! ely known la that ths Pain ks of tho Apostle, more thorough In his work than the Panels of the Patriarch, first mowed down the fair lengtbsof his victim's roman? tic hair, ami theo dreaded him In a conventional tinpoetio suit nf clotho*. Ami iu such plight the Apostle rut urned to I'nglaml and made bk appear? ance st mm ol Mr. Whistler's ecle.it io hi uak "tints. Wo arc await* that it ie claimed that tlie Apostle bad hi* hair cut mi his own motnm, sud that a pro? fessional bal ber rather than a party bytesnaeaa ot" Pain ks performed tin- upi ration. We are also aware thal it is churned thal thc Apostle voluntarily discarded his lovely plcturesipie clothes, volun? tarily purchased the new ones (rom a, tailor, aud voluntarily put them on. ami that he was under no compulsion whatever in the matter from Mr. Paticks. Put wtist sensible person does not know better t The Apostle consent to the destruction of his entire stock in trade f Thu proportion is too preposterous (or argument. No, uo. We will never heir o( this particular humbug any more. And when soma man who does not road the news lispers inquire* ? What tu* hocumeot' the Apostle." be wm be told by the weli-miDimea tna. tao Apoe tie bes gone to meet tbe Patriarch. We ap pour to he living in a period of peril for literary standards. Au editor in Cincinnati ba* demoustrated in innumerable column articlea that Shakespeare bas been greatly overestimated and that he really waa not much of ? writer. Another editor in Ohio is out ot all patience with p*ople who persiat in looking upon Dickena aa an author of ability. In this City of New-York there are thous? ands of people who have so scoffed at the marvellonB verse of that gifted playwright, Salmi Morae.that be has been forced to the agonized conclusion : " I am eithor a century ahead of my time or a century behind it; I don't know whioh. What I do know isthatlam not appreciated." The whole trouble is best explainod by the fact that we ara living in an age of groat material prosperity. Senator Thurman is reported as saying that the only regret of his life ls that he over wont into pol? itics. When tha Democratic party reflects upon the spectacle it has made of itself during the last quarter of a century it doubtless experiences the same pensive regret, _ A curious experiment was lately made at Paris to determine the power of a crocodile's jaw. The animal was. (ired on a table with its tipper Jaw con? nected with a dynamometer. An electric shock caused him to give a sudden snap, and 308 pounds were marked on tho instrument. It waa calculated that tho contractile force ot' tho muscle cauaing the movement was l,.r>40. Query: Would it not be possible to dtttcrmino tho power of the long unap? peased Democratic appetite for spoils by the use of this instrument 1 The only trouble is tbat the ex? pansive force of the appetite would be liable to shatter tbo dynamometer and thus mterfe.ro with tha integrity of the experiment*. .-*. The Hon. William II. Barnum, for reaaons best known to himself, has startled tho Western Demo crate with this observation : " Down in New-Knur land it is a foregono conclusion that Ben Butler will he the next President of the United States." That is the bigs-cat "whopper" Barnum has fathered since the Morey letter. The Executive Committee of the National Union League, so far as it has matured its plans for reor? ganizing the Kepi.. Hean party in the South, has shown sagacity and practical knowledge of the situation there. Tho .serb's of meetinata to ho held in that section which begins at Atlanta in tbe fall will bo continusd through the winter and early spring. This is a wiso course to pursue. Thous who have studied tbs political conditions in tho South know that efforts coulined to tho few weeks pteeaaMna an aleetion are certain to bo barren of re? route. If iii'' ('"publican party is to be reornani/.ed in the Southern Stat's it must bs reconstructed from the bottom up. To accomplish this will re qairs systematic, persistent efforts wisely directed. No better beginning can be made than by present? ing the principles which underlie tho Kepublicau paity to the cou*ideratioti of the intelligent classes In the South. The result, it ls hoped, will prove that the Committee of the Uaioo League has adopted the right method to roach the object it bas in view. _ PERSONAL. Co'oriel Washington A. Roebling. the engineer of thi' Brooklyn Bridge, is at Newport for the summer. Senators Yest and Maxeyhave gone home "from the Arkansas Hot Springs with health greatly im? proved. The Kev. Dr. C. D'W. Bridgman, of the Madison Avi'iiuo Baptist Church, expects to sail for Eurolie mi >atiirday, June HO. to he gone until August 21. Mrs. Bridgelea has partly recovered her health and is spending tlie summer season at Avondale, N. J. George W. Cable, the novelist, will read a paper on tho *' I.i-s'ett System in Southern Prisons * before the National Cou fe i euee of Chan ties aud Corrections at Louisville, Ky., in September. Bishop Keane (II. CM. of Kiohmond, Va., who has been visiting 1'alestine, has shipped from that country a cornet-stono for tho new cathedral that i? to be belli la Bl oh mood The stone is tw.'ntr by fifteen by fifteen inches insiz*. and was cut from tbe Kock of tho Garden of Uethscuiano, ou tho Mount of Olives. White Dog, the famous obi chief of tho Ogalalla Sioux, takes much interest in tornadoes, aud do scribes them in a peculiarly picturesque fashion, all his own. "Mt-catch" (understand-? "catch on "j " cyclone," he says. "Big wind in cloud. Blow Wigwam'wnr oC 8r>U lire. Make roar like (ive lng bard buffaloes Alwars g?? tani way " (pointing lo the nort beear.) " Me see plenty of'cm* morethau that many" (ooeattog twenty on his nagora). *'When he conn', Injun lil) down on hu b*-llv and grab so. ip-weetl and gr.ias. l.'gh ! Big wind!" Count Tolstoi, ITO8*1 aa Minister of the Interior, was not Ping ago almost persuaded to become a Nihilist. Ile wont to soe Vera l'liilipitl", a leader of that p:trty. iu prison, immediately after her arrest, hoping to win from her nome information eu accru? ing her accomplices. She is a woman of great beauly, wit, intelligence and of most accomplished Deneen, and sue received him in the cell as though he wen* bet guest in s royal salon. Ttien tdm enter? tained him for an hour wi tl) aueh brilliant and fascinating conversation that ho altogether forgot Ins ui rand. When at la*t lie rose to depart, she in \ ned bim to call again, saving : " And then you'll be reedy to give in roar resignation a* Minister of the Interior, and plaoo yaursolf at the head of the p-vol ut lunary pi rt v." And ho wa*, ac tu illy afraid to go near her again, leal bar words should provo tine ! Washington", .lune 21.--Adjutant-General Drum returned in Waahiagtoa tin* morning from *, tour to Columbi!*, St. I.>?ut*). Chicago aud New-York. < oi'i-.Mi.uiK.v. June 21.?It ia rumored here that Priaee Waldemar, ths youngest of King Christ ian's children, will shortlv bu engaged to Princess Vic? toria, second daughter of tho Crown Prince Fred crick William af .raluana, lb kkalo, N. Y., June 2L-Generat W. T. Sher? man, Qeneral Tidball and Chief Justice Waite arrived iii this city to-day. This afternoon they visited Fort Porter, and in the evening tliey started lor Chicago un thu steamer N v ai k. GENERAL NOTES. A brakeman baa invented anew automatic ear eeeater arblek ba* asea adopted in tba gris l'.ui i-iiud, a iiiiitr.u-t iu*t lanie,,'lit-en made with tin- (,ll!ord Cur-coupling lind Manufacturing Company of ohio tn put thc coupler on tho freight-curs of that rn,ul, iiiniitiriliu;, lt ia salli, do.ooo. llie t.ns maple au toma t n-ui: >. .iml cull DS easily Ulifiiill'leil ny u. h.ilu nu the runt. Tin- Mate ot Connect lent hu* :i l.iw ii-ijiiliiiik; thu use of automatic couplers ot mtiiu* 1.1.iii. A niau vrlio was Butting turf on Man joy Hill, Portland, Me a few day* ago, turned up with lu.* spade a metal har which, axeept rer a gUataalag point oben tba aaa*** struck lt, looked Uko Iron. Tho suspicious gleam caught Ilks eye and Induced Illili lo carry the tai-to au Baaayer, wa* preeenneei i' lae gnu. ead oatlnaatod its value at ir-."',uin. The dlaaaTorar eaot*etnrea teal thu innot wus baited In tiie eailv ilays of Un- colliny, eitiiei t.y -nun- ulla 1*1 to prevent lt* capture, or ev sosa* free? booter who had iii'lptd to jiluudur a ?panta* treisuro ship. There died on Monday, in tho Cloetoaati Iln*l'ltnl, a miser seventy years old, CIiui-Iim lim hiing by tt.iti.i-. .<iiu a rasa*ea*t Bf eaeaantiao. Wanta ara ln*d? eiiuate t* picture his crooked and attenuated trune, hi* grime and rugs mid general dcouy, un.I lil* wretclicl iitriiiuer of lifo fur many years. Hui ou bis person waa found 1870, and lu the BOOB* arni eran ii le* of tba nine Mhiie lie had lived ana blddea ?7oi 76, Stranger, however, tb** the di*nivei*y of the uinii.-y was the ttl* - e.ivt-rvnf a sill bi>u,u><uthlug lt all tu LUo (ielniau l'lo te.*tuiit (Jrptiuu Aaylnm at Ml. Auburn. The kittle-club with which Sitting Bad has spilt tbe bead of uiiiuy a prostrate foe ui* recently bought Bf Sergeant Kdwm Ham, of tbe 7th Cavalry, stationed ni Kort Yates, who ls uow vtsltlug bl* twin liinlber ut HmBaSga, It ls lu truth un ugly weapon, in Beana reaao?bUn* aa adas haaitla abeet tare feet i?nx. and thii-ltly studded with lu.t** nulls. Fruin Its opp- r stine project two keen katta -Uladsa asian Inplies lona and set into Hie two Hat ii.le-i ure small mirror* fur signalling hy iiieuns of Hie sun's ray*. Silting Bull accepted *i*10 lu ext-huiige for Ibis sanguinary lette. Sii'ifihtitiuuri lliiwuiiaiis deplore thu death of tbo I'riueess Huth not only because the} reverenced tba luieul ite*i'<'iiiluut of tho great Kamehameha, hut BB** beanoaa Iboy saw lu ber tito only pcr.*ou living who was able to appease tho wrath of the goddess i'eie auk" *lay the ampttena of the dread volcano Mantua I.oa. They heiieve that tho eruption which reeeatl) tbrsataasd to destroy III lo waa stopped hythe personal Intervention of Ibo haughty Kulti, who visited tne spot sud made ka* lareeaalna alia tbo spirit of ibe volcano. The i'ricoes, left s large property, wost ol which goea to Ueralster Mra. Charles R. Bishop; Dat abs oould n*>r bequeath bet lniluenoe over the vengeful Pele. Under tbe title of "History of Windham, If. H., from 1719 to 1883 a Scotch settlement, compris? ing nearly one-third of the ancient settlement and Township of Londonderry, N. H.," Mr. Leonard A. Mor? rison bsa prepared s volume vrhlcb cannot fall to Interest every one bearing any relation to that community. Tho author believes that tbe book will be found to present a complete ann acourate picture of the life of the settle? ment from Its beginning, including ths history and genealogy of every living householder and of all former citizens of repute, the annuls of every social and lndus trial Institution, and a record of every unusual event elnce 1719. The volume ls embellished with an eialio rate map, with forty-five engravinga and with the por? traits of seventy individuals l'vlng and dead. Inuulrlss sud subscriptions may be sent to Mr. Morrison ..t wind? ham, N. il. During the last twelve or fifteen years rati? ons English publications have te. n undertaken in Paris aud many more bare been contemplated without coming to anything. Nearly all owed their ori? gin, or their idea, to tbe success of the noted Qalignani, which bas mads fortune* for several proprietors, and which la still deservedly profitable. Kow s daily newspaper, backed by abundant American capital, and edited by Americans, ls to bs issued in Paris. The name selected was The Daily Dispatch, but lt will probably be changed to The Daily yews. It ls to be a small morning folio she. t- price one sou -and ls to be Ulled w>th inch intelligence aa the English and Americana in tbo French capitulars likely to be int?i*? csted in. Aa these number, lt is eeUiuated, from 23,000 to ?' i.ooo, according to tho season, and aa ali of them ar* educated, sod have more or less money, the new paper may readily count upon a large subscription list. Te these may tit-added thousands of Knxliah -speaking per? sons at all times scattered over ths Continent. Tha Sews will not publish any general French news that does not concern the class ft is particularly Intended for* althougu lt la quite likely that lt will, in moat of ifs in* telllgouce, be ahead of the J'sri.*ian Journals, wiih.-b care far moro for personal gossip and tittle-tattle nboiit the Opera and the Theatre than for tbe most Important events. Tho proprietors ot the Journal couildent'y cxi*cct that they will secure na ample share of ail vert iain ' inasmuch a* tbs American* ami English spend mare money and are tbs moat generoua buyers in France or on the whole Conti? nent, a fact with which Parisian shopkeep irs anil caterers for amusements bavo long been familiar. One of the proposed features is to have coplej of the daily for a week put ur in packets, aud for sale at Queenstown on Hie arrival of the ocoau-croeelug attainers from New-* Y.irk, ivbii h will rurnlsh the passengers with tbe news tbat bas been gathered while they hail heen on the sea. li-.?*?!?> tiilnx Iii connection with tbe little sheet, will, it ls said, be so carefully itiaiiaged and so practical tbat a bet? ter fate may be anticipated for it than tbat of its prede? cessor*. There la a degree of enterprise, not to ear au daeity, tn the Idea of un American daily m Parla which in ll lust") stive of tho big Republic TOWS TALR-AB0U1 PERSONS AND THINGS. PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. A Go vt* rn ULM l.NVKSTiOATiox.? The accounts of the several Duncan*, rather and sons, whs ran the Shlpplrg ( un.mis-,mn i 's oilier, in this city, are to bc lnvcatlgnted, and Hie Duncans serm to regard thc announcement a* something akin to a knell tbat aummoits them to give up a gm tl thing to fly to others that they know uot of. Thia I* a lather had mixture of &bak?pet>,reau quotation, but apparently nut more mixed than the accounts of the Inuit.ans, If ail other accounts be true. Tney ii.i'iii to have run affairs on a flexible* elastic, go-as-you-plesj-e, keep-al!-yoii-cati, t-yateta of bookkeeping and financiering; and thc par* licular mystery ai.out It, of which thc court proposes to take cognizance and a. ck explanation, la the singular uniformity with winch the number of Duncans employed aud their salarlea aud expenses annual.y increase ia such exact proportion to the fe. s of tbe oftico as to ab? sorb the ? bole, leaving nothing for the Government out of the Government'* business. The Shipping Cutnmis ?i'an is hill, uuiicr which the Duncan lamil** act*, was mane uecetaary some twelve years agu by tho cxi-.-.-s.vs chars*** and the Irreaponsibillty of tho "sblppin?'.ina*y. tars " in this port and at Bau Francisco. Tic*, "ililp plns-mastcrs" wero veritable "land-sharks." They boarded the sailor when lu port, anil the diet which they chiefly auppiied bim with was calculated to make him flt to sit on a Star Route jury. They k-pt him aa long tt bia casa held out, and when they finally allowed hun ts ablp again they pm bim on board n'lipin'a penniless, leif* clothed, and wholly dru'ukau condition. Matters ara much unproved now, tbauka in part to the Sbippli g Comtntsalonera bill. Hut there I* eridout:v room still for luapioTement, If the general rejoicing atuoug ?hip owner* that the Duncans are to have aa overhauling is any Indication of tha condition of tue offlee. The cider Duncan ts tbe genius who got up the Ptlgritnaje to fis Holy Laud, with himself aa tbe bright Exaruplar acting u* ( :i|ttalu. Cook, Head Waitar and liottle Washer, and Mark Twain aa the Awful Example and Comic Hiller mu lie used to ruu I'.yuiouth tiuiiiiay school with Theodore Til lou aa an side; but hs long ago secedud from tbat church. _ PALATJ.ni.t-. Fictions.?The saw-dusted floors anl other pecmiar features of the famous oyster house* nf Dorlon <k -Saner and A. tlc P. Dorlon in Fulton Market seem to have disappeared with the rebuilding of tbs market Tbe two flriua uow posses* gorgeo i*l> flited aalooua In hardwood and tiled fleers, and theil prices barr naen accordingly. Changing the name aud . a.tran? ter of an established re*tauraot la about as danger ms nu experiment a* chancing tboae of a successful newspaper or play One or two tbinga remain unchanged, hov? erer, In these two restaurant*. Tha plea*ing delina of "baddie Kock Oysters" ls maintained on the lui * of faro, although there have been no *-**aldle Hoc* i tbe market for years. The largest oysters or every sort? Ktiekawaya, Shrewsbury and Illue Points?ure Barred as "r-ad-iio Ilocka" and au extra price charged tor tin m. Even "**addlo Hock Clam*" are ottered, wbou lhere never was inch a clam known. lu fact, the name na* no meaning now other tbau a* applied to the large ov*ti rs or clams, and ls a tic;lou which deceive*, for lt i* well known that the srna" and medium *'z-d oysters are 'bs heat. A mystery of this mai kel is the difference tu tba prices lu tinja'* two restaurants wbicii are almost aldo hy sido and of equal uni aud rental. lu one of them a cus? tomer pays 35 cent* for satew which 1* only dur*.'. J .il '.'5 cent* in the other, aud a bottle of Has* colt* liv* cit* more iu one than in th- other. lu one case the flciioa "SaiMlo Kock Stew " is quoted a*tho |u*nlllcat!on fort is overcharge for the cyjters; but there is such a MMBg us ??.-addle Hork" lias*. Thk PoiTKits' ls ilk est.? The Hon. J. II. Br*">r, Congressman, secretary of the Point Pleasant Lind Company and vice-president of the American Ural Ul? ta:? 1'xchange, said yesterday tbat the Trenton p <tt-rs were still tn fear tbat the d"iun. iti-nt luflueuce in tbs Treasury Department of tbe china and earthenware im? porters, would further Jeopard their mt rem*. Tua nicre i*od protection which would naturally com- Braal au advance lu thc duty of IO fae cent, la la danger al being lost through and a I lalililllniia The painted, printed and otherwise decorated wart; ia dahl* to be un? der.aliieil, Mr. Brewer say*, because it la Bftaa * indited after very costly designs. A* the ISeSBSsntO live in "iiogreirt of the largest manufneturiug district in New.Jersey, Mr Brewer i* naturally saxtons th.it I I rotiaittuents should secure ail le.'.i! right* aad b nclits. Their hii*ine*s has suffered hitherto fro n ti'ifair inter? pretations of law ; and unleis a reasonable amnu'it of Jaatke la Banna. Oaajsraaaaaaa Brewer promises aaaae Intt treat*** aaaalaaaraa at tim next Hessian, in wi ftti-tale aiaaaal slilai Baaaaaaa broker* and two naaV knowu nanaar* otiiumis ntl aoeaea io a AaetSeate disadvantageous light. Tho meeting of tbe N.i'im at I*..! tera' Association, which was to have beeu held at Lena Braaei aa July t, ha* iieou postponed jania isa of a failure ti secure pii'P'-r accoinmi'dntions. PUBLIC OPINION. NO CHANCE FOB DEMOCRATIC DODi.INO. fft M I h.- Clictrle.'oi WtMtami OtWrtsr ;/*/?.' Tlie I), inoctatic party niii*t li*.' it *i|iiarely for ?' a tarin lot revenue oiify " o: tatt ll cal aban*- ne real ugh*, at ail. _ A SI'KI IT.VTIV'} lt()S*l COMDS IO (il.ll.F. freas rn* tattam AAwstttmt <n-p l afeOeoeh thoogbi tliat hr could annice priot ?*, bo inaner what the aupiily, and no matter whsl tw. mun.I, provided he bonjrtil all thc lerd iu.n na* attar nd ; be trie* lt, be tailed, and ba went nader. But ha noebl not hare undertaken bli scheme bau mn all Cblcazu .. .J the emu, Northwest looked apu* bun as a giant and s great captain of linnie-, wbocould do iniyihiug he st about dotes Ba I-*-un* a i>.>*'? I* ?l? ?dilation, be**t?uea mell wno ought lo bera Bsd mots Mlf-reaped and m.ts knowledge sutmrdlBStnd thauieclve* ts id* dlctatorsuip. Bul tb* OS* .I'UIrt HOI liol- the t'-*l to which he was put, Uiitead of aqueexlng other* be wa* tseueescd bis and n..both pines him. Ilia fall Will Brobablj sion the ii'iiii hiuniliei 4g.nii4t *)*ecmaiioii. But ratler tba* pit-nil nKiiiitst apeoulsUos tu.- Barasse* sa ??? lie.tcii should point out (he natural and letti:,ma-.? and of one Mho anilines the character of a bo**. lha (Street "f chicago though .Mei-ioob one of tbecrrstei el mankind ; now lt treal* him with couieuipt. e..'eily he eau** ha has uot lived Up to lt* gratuitous cxpt'ctuiluu*. A SITUATION THAT ADMIT*! OF NO BISKS. from lh? Fhilatlrlvhia Press (A'p.l Ualeea th** Deaaoetata play wash wild tricks willi the turill aa t" scire awry m'aiiu'acturcr and ?>i?e lanvt, wbloh i* easily posaible. no crusiilng pressure will b? tait pushing ill do,lbtful men to th* Hep ibiici* siautlard. From ibe war dosu this pressure ha* saTJSBBB, I i a *m eeasive four .. cari ha* loosened a hoop on lb* party cai rei, and me'staves will drop out If but liberties are taken with lt. We believe none will be. Tba Mirer tendency in this state ia toward rsapectmg the popular will- among other reasons, became eveu niacin e leader* preter to be in tbe majority when tbe vu"* ai* counted. Bm there la danger enough of a different t-ouree to maka lt well worth while to say that li will uot du to a 1.1 till.nra hazardous mk to a d tubtful run paigu. Thew* are only golug to be two road* In the BBS* campaign of IBS*, but if ene lead* BO IS PeaBBOraqS aueceaaand theothertos mere machine vletoiy. BB**j ls im guarantee in the outlook that the Independent ?*?'-?*? will not take to the wood*, and ii bs doea tba wood* wu be lull ot him.