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gritnntnr Pbsion?Water Color Exhibition. Hum Orsa* Uoisr?B?" Orpltoua and Eury diets," i*. m,_s~-'T1ip Merry War." Chick kkixo H*o-R:SO? Keaidinca. Ow?Moroi.iT*sTiiKAiKK-'J and s?" On tbe Yollntratonc Dai.tS Tmkatre?2 and ih? '? The Country (Url." OuAunOran* Bonon- 2 and--'The Ru1.iii." M4IMSON SQlAKK Tni'ATRF.-S;3(l?- Al|iine Ros.-.* " >v> Pas* TiiKATi,K-8-"Wuntfd. a Fanner." atnw-Yoan Commit Tui.atii - '-? aad ?* ??< .miuaion. Nm' ..'?. Oabj>KS?0 amt H-'? A Wife's IVrll." ?ta* TmiATRK?**?'? Naille-ada." Thaua ThkaTb*.- s~" l>if KiinlKfrau. Theatkf OOUI4JT*?0?*- Conlelia'* Asptrutions. Vmiin Bqcab* TiiKATUr?a?MSeperaUou.-' Wau ai ks I hkaTkb?1?" Laity Claro." Sn Avim r. TiiKAiKa?Sand si?" Iluucli of Key*.." Atm AvkM-s Tmeatkk?2 and ??" l*rltie**alda." J4TII t*TKKSTTlllATKI-?2 Hiiil I - MiUetM l? Jndet to AOorrtioemc no. Paffo-Coi i pa?e. C< >osa*em nts. 7 (I Miacellaneon*. 8 Aanouiueiu'-nts. 8 C Marnaee*amt Death* 6 liankina llouae* and a*. 7 Hanker*.?. 7 4 New rubilctdiou*? b Jimmies Notirn*. ... 4 1 ncean Hteaoaera. 8 jtuatne** Choline*.... 7 4 lupiil Tia!iMi. l> boam and Rooms. 7 4 Real Ks'nt*.7 2 Co|i*Itii.'isi.In .Nuilee 7 3 Rooms alu. ?.",. ?*. 7 Jaiir.ni/ Academies.. *> 8 .--aliw by Auction. 6 liv,,!, mi .Notice*. 7 4 situation* W antes. . 7 P Fioanciai . 7 4 tsnoo-a Notlceo. .l ?4* CaniMret.. 7 fl *-ie:iini..*uau<i R.R. ii 1 Jtei iMin_:._ 7 b ieachtra. 0 Jnstnn non. 6 ti t.nsiiicas Xolicto. "AldKUNEY HUANM)" I*nv alway*_ ooxossaai Mm Colton P n .il As-iuiiition. orip-inatora o Kltron* i in le oi I allallina ll?, fm the pall of i?*-tii. the r ?|,wialt>-. Ohm 1 iii.miii oi* luteni* See th names oi, oi.i t iitfiee. 19 Cooran irsTmrr*, Kew-Yet*. 'Burri ii Radically Cored by Dr. Mvkmi" Ireatmi-ut. 'nionnand* have lu* n eura* and rei,vivi 4 year*' practical expoi-leuee. only oiH.e, I \ t. cy.st., Aaui Wou?e. __ T Tu Corni WTiYaTs.?Many have been napp: to give their tostimonv in favor ot IB* me of " Willer-* Pur I'o-l-l.ti el 'Uland I.tine" Kip, rem e leis pr ul It lo be T?luab e ie ee.lv fur Conaaiuptwo, A?tli.iiR, I)r,ihtherta,an al! ,ll.-e.,*e? of itu* I tiro*! and I.uuir* M an ii 'a<t tired only b A. B WnjiOK, t'heinlst. Huston Nulli Of alidrugifieta. " Tut Most Dis.kable Luxury In the WWW ls PSSIUCI ll KALI H Von can.-iiilT ol.tftln lt hv Hi-lo* In o wholer.ome ntmosphrn Q'l.e aaattaetM uni backache, lite tired limb* aad toa* ?stiii ..Ruppear when once Tour noti*e l? put in a sairtary coi Canon Masha m.t* AJrh-SBWl ii .; \* i o.. 41 Villon square, west. TK1HUNE TEKMS TO MAIL BtTBSCBlSEBn, 2'wf ape .free in ttl Undid State* 1 Year. 6M.mtlis. S Month* ?AFLT witt- Snniloy. I* 30 84 0J 02 la PAII.i srllhout Mnndajy-... 7 30 ?? 60 175 UIAD4V TKIB! >K. 159 BernltbT Po*'*l Note. Moner order or Re?'i-trrol I.ett'-r Hy .'..stal Not*, the remitt .r will pl sase write* on th* Note "Toi la* nkw-Yuus rmjaL.ta." BRANCH OFFICES OF TUF. TBIBUNB. - Advertisement* fi.rjiubllc.atioa ia T l* TSUOOB, ail or-tsrt fi rre;',!iardeliv,'ir of the ln'v paper, is-iil ht rec-ivtvlat tl> Itliowl'is liratirhoftleesiii New-Yon City Main I'tiiisn 0 "ce l.'J w MrijUf, if a. m. ti 1 p. m. > w.st rwtnty-third-st., toa', rn to st p. m. Ita700 I'hii'u-avr., near Porty-*eTenth-*t., lo i. na. to0p. ra go. 1,007 I in l.ive.. ii.>?r ?siitiet!t.?t.. lo ?. m. te 1 p. *n He 'J, ?* Last . nif-hiTidr-d an i-twentvtltth.st . 41*00 at, I Blsa I .narr, No. Ui! l.a*t lourteeuth-al.. lo a.iu to S p. m IV (iTH i-1! ciTIIH. \TsaaUWIOS?1.890 F.*V ILOXnoS ila UeUforl-sU. **tran<1 -*> FOUNDED BY HOUACB GREELEY NEW-YORK, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 20. TBE suns mis Mm ytNO. Foi:t:k,v.?Thi? Tiiiitiim to eeneut* tlif> Efyvt ?olio] i 111 ?? QorernnMut ?.i^ dsfooted jresterclai r>y 4',) \nti-.i. .. = A Miiccssftil sortie by tho lani r-on h. Tokai ii r iported. Mr. Bradlangh aro ??! eted in Ntn*thampton. . Th* lill to prerua U ? ' luctKTO of tin- tiHit ar,d mouth I'--- I to m i ninl tssuding iu tlie Hones <-i Lordi - John Cuatlgan, u member, of tlie Dontinioi Cal-iin fe, fooitnol. t'us .rn-*. -Mr. Rl.tir tntrodn cl rn the Scnat yest^iiliiv h lnil to aineiHl the pension la'xa. . 'ibo bill ,i itborisJna; the pajment of i ootoi ut dutie in lauul tender non,., ? i* reported adrerselj t.. tb ste, - Th* .-M-n.-ite further eonai !.*n-il tin bill to provide i >r the loone <?f i ireuintkni ti lo. j Tho House, after an all ni^'l.t aeurion, onspended tho rule* and adopted : : lat un mahing the Mexican pension bill i etic-i-:' 11 i.-t i..i Pebroar* 2L An adjournmeri arno thoa taken toWedneadny, Domcotic, rherisjei wu* still rising ai Cain yo ... i' ? 1 isk-Mi-i.iaw will < :ki* cami to trial.: =a A woman was eouvieted *>f murd* InhUehigan. Mi*. Itcaiiiaoiaal taila to ge Innciistmly of tho Karu'" twins, r a lunntii elu.t ins pureat* ia Middlefield, Conn. i bi Al'?ii,i?ii rioter* \m ic nut ooquitted by th<* Gram Jury. - Hie Atehisoa railroad adopted tin rodui-i il lateo ordered bj tho Eanoaaooinniini onew Municipal election* were held in Pennoyrra Bia. Arraticeineiit* were Blade to cal] a di? tm; deleguteoonrontioti la Watkins, N, v.. ii April. (nv am) BrntntBAH.?Dr. Newannn'o friendi youtardajr propoaad to th* Bnnney party that a mutual council tu- bald. The AMeTouon or dcifdan rnraatigatiou "i tho Bnirognte'i oftteo, Many ruetubun nf th* ('hurter Reform Cony mitu-i- decided tu gu t?i Albany to-tmn-niw. Mci.il-, is rd \ i terna assm-iutinns replied to tlio ]n-ti test ol tho National (iunriimn- n. = : J.}', Billnpi wa* oxf*)Ued imiutlii't ntmn Fxcliaiijjo.-Tht eiaiiiinatiou of th.Mili.-ll,.rs ni OTieill & Co. wa# ConUUUCll. = ColiUIfl Lntkett ll-ctlll'M in Jerisey City, on " lii'iciit Military Brent* in Egypt." ? Ajuisu'i-r in tin- Toonh* hanged hrrnaftlf "-Active starch fur (harlen M. Bugg was ( ar rieil an. a mlaaiug Newark la-wyer wno aaid to have heil) guilty ol forgery. == OMd value of the legnj *Wn*?er-*ilrer dollar (412*g grains), ?M.18 eenta, ?ka were feretich, bul gan* erally advanced ami closed steady after some rosVO* Isms*. Thk M'i atiier-Triiunk local nhaanallum in dicate cloudy or partly cloudy weather, arith light rain. TaoBaaratwe yesterday i llighnot. i:iw; low? est, 31>V; OTuranu. 00%*, Sfit'tiilafion ae tu \n ho will be the J'tc-siili-iitial camliilati-s this year ls at lever heat ju-t BOW in Mime circles; but beyim-l lively calculations about the chlinei'8 nf ptssjjtlllj nnliilliee* little gtaaanfobt doing. Bonafl of the t;i!k that the politiciuns aro Indnlging in it reported else? where in this paper. The people will he heanl from hiter. Tin* veteran nr-am/a-iou*of this etty whouo 4?xi.*fci;c,. is just now oh.jectKl to oo rignronaly by th" meabero of tho National Guard have .id nattttado il onoepathutic and 'nave 'Jhey are hurt to learn that they ure not liked by their jnniofs?in iit.-u ?. They declare, also, that they hare ohed their blood in the paul wheo lioa rc(|iiirc?l, and they are perfectly willm.; to ohed it a,'ain if oeeaoioa require*. Ina word?the Old Coard das. hut never diahauils. ? The Britiah Gorenuneai liao done the hand* K'ine thing in off rlnj the Antic ste.ilner Alert lot imo ii. conni ttl.,, with the Oreel j Belief Ex? pedition. Ul* .Muted that tin- olin h.. aeeepb d, and (bat the Alert will .nt M a oupplr Khipt.iiLe Tbetiaundth* Hear. Theaeuding , of a tim,i leaaeloa tbU expisdition baa been a favoriteit^inoitifiaJ quartemal VVaohinfrtoa for some in,,.-. Fe, rnjmlrea, we have never 1 . ...hi. l">'?Mi!e,i,,,,,itv()lili(11;1(.^Ai(.li(. explorations vere to bs coutinoed after Gmdy va,* renenedL Uowen r, sine- n,,. Engriah ha e gaWora t beannt Ire* so ui< ndlj a.* toanggeal thal tilt- Alert sin,nhl b0 HS4(1, if Blight have beefl a little tili^raciou-s not to acc. j,t tin ir frflttr and this Nation i? bafigalng to Bare a decided npiti,xJiU?n ol intei-national poUh I I* un,? til! of Monday night tho 1>< m-.i-intk ???hen of the House mad, ;, dirj.nat" (/hut to further the hnttwuota ot the vVanhingtoo poa ? ?ion-daia*i itu-tnU hy sti^fftiog tohavo a date fixed for tho consideration of tho bill to pension thc survivors of thc Mexican war nnd pertain Indian wars, as well as the relatives of the soldiers who do not survive. Finally they suc? ceeded ie liaivtin;: February 2\ for thispurpo-ic. Possibly the measure will 0000 the House, al? though it will root ive vigorous and jast opposi? tion from the Kcpublicans ; it is hop4'd, how? ever, that the Senate will save |KK),tXK),(M>0 to the country hy defeating tbe WO. Uta Democrats will liol MpCaiallj regret such a re? sult. Their only object in supporting the measure so angrily i* to make political capital fer rlicir lTcsid.-n'ial candida.c this fall by pooinf now as generous friends of soldiers. Summer is yet a long way on; but we note willi satisfaction that greater precaution* than ever before are to bo Uiken neal sen sou for the protection of pleasure-set kcis who are will bag to nut their ?- haines on excursion m 0000011 Hie Board of Supervising insjiectors of Steam TOnoalll has decided to look aitci Kif. -l.v-\ al vis w ith particular care this yciir, and to insist thal all lift-pie -eivers shall be tested and shown to he in hat they are called, and not weights lo d'.r P? >.ii vt rd ches to the bottom. These are two points well worth careful attention. Of how littic value some kinds of safety-valves ave has been .shown by several explodions- of lalo on tugboats; and there is go.id reason to believe finn most ol thc lifo-prescrvcrs on nunn ?\cnr sion st ea nus are practically worthleoo,if not when Hu* season beging, al least before il is over. In thiaeeoc, not only thorough but frequent in? spection is called for. Once more Mr. Hnidlaugh is a side issue in British politics. Not withstandum. the recent ti li'* il of the Houso of Commons tt> let bin; take the oath, thc electors of Northampton have returned him to Parliament again fer thc fourth time. For Mr. Bradlaugh pe.son.illy lt is im poouible not to feel much aversion; but since in this struggle with the Commons he repre? sent! :.n excellent principle, it lo equally impos? sible not tofeel admiration for thc pereistency with which Hie voters in Northampton Insist thal the man whom they choose to rcpKscnl them in Parliament shall be allowed to do so irrespective of his view.* on religious or moral subjects. It cannot be doubted thal they will triumph rn tho ead. The timid Liberals who hope that thin tronblesonv matter will be pal out of the way tome day by the defeat of Mr. Bradlaugh will not lind mach to encouragi them in thia laat election. The rote which re torna lum io larger than aver before. ?atereeting news comes -"rom Tm'ia which will strengthen the germ theory o^ contagions dis O0OO0. The German Medical Commissioners who visited Alexandria to study the origin of the plague then last fail, and Intel weat to India for <i similar put pose, report that they have found the same kind of parasite iii a watet tank in Calcutta, aad in a gnburban rillagt when- tin* cholera Appeared, thal was discover, d in the intestine* of victims of the lao! plague in Egypt. Tin* show* that the dioease in Egypt va* probably cholera pun- and ample, and not o di*' ase similar to it. tt also tends, as we have said, to-ii*'iii Dr, Knell'.; theory that cholera i.* caused hy a thread-I ike parasite, w Inch enter* Cu- Icely. Much remains to be done before this li.vji.ii lu - M- can be fully accepted, rheba* lance, must be c titivated and be made to canoe cholera in animal*. After thal it will be time to inquire whether ii i* possible to produce amihland hiiiml'ss liiriiio) ,!" di ? .-c in human beings, and therebi prevent the ravagea ol pestilence._ SLOW TO \CT. The negh el of Governor, < ev< land to order n suit lu ',' Ul to fi co\ il' to the people ol I Iii- citj the large oura of money illegally withheld bj the Democratic county officers does not look nell forlik rcfoim pretensions, lt is nearly it monti since it was disclosed before tl ? Assembly Committee Investigating the city government thal the Dei.ratic County (lerka had, wit;.mit wurran! of law, n tained annually n large oom in lee* w bich should have b< en paid into the city treasury, Laat year the sum known to have been illegally withheld amounted to neatly ??. 1 1,000. At tbe same time it was shown that the Sheriffs had been collecting several thousand dollars a j car from the city on fictitious Vouchers. The coun.-ci ol the Aeoembly Committee had th" clerk arrested who hvel year made np the false returns for the Sheriff. But thai was bo Cara* they could go. Th;-y had no authority to begin suits to recover to ihe city the hug" oom of money unlawfully retained. That duty properly belongs to the Attorney-General of the State, whose business it is to institute, "upon the written request of thc Governor/1 a special proceeding to recover the money. Why baa* not Governor Cleveland made such I reaueetl 'lhere is no doubt of the (acta. The County Clerk has praetieallyaeknowledged that he has do righi to the fees retained by him, other than foroearehee, by oatentatioaoly an* DOOneJng that he had deposited the sutn with a trust company, to await the reaull ol' any suit brought by the city to recover the money. The Corporation Coun.-cl has given out his in? tention to begin such an action against the pie-i nt County Clerk. But what about the large sum due from former County Clerks and from tlM Sheriffs? Fortunately there is a btw specially enacted to meet oucheaoeoaa thia. Chanter 49 of the Lau sid 1875 was papped for that piiipo.se. It provides that " where any money, fund*, credit* oi propel ty" belonging to the State or any municipal or other public corporation, "ha.* ?' heretofore without right* or shall be hereafter ??without right obtained, received, converse l or "diopooed of, the people ot the stud h.ive in "every such ca*e and shall have ii righi nf H action to recover the same, with damageo or "otini compensation due, ootwithi ondtng a ?* right of action moy exist bj btw for the same " canoe in some public authority oilier than the -state, and although enaction therefor may "he pending'." This Statute (jives the At? torney-General tin- righi to begin au action, Covered bj lt! provision*, * ai any time within ten yean .tti<ir the came of action abai] ac? crue." Any rail began by the city authorltiei would be limited to *i\ yean, hut the Attornej - General may recovet sums dm- from the County Clerks ami Sheriff* for the past t,.], yea|-,. Thc action of the Attorney-General would alon luke prooedence " in all thc court* of tin* State, "and without reference to ito order on any cal "ender h.- entitled to a preference over nay u other bnsineao whatever.*- ii I* further made thc imperative duly ol tin* Attorney-General to begin ouch an action whenever *o requested in writing by the Governor. The money re covered mool he paid to the city af tel : hui ling tin- Mau- lor ul! ni ceo ny expi n Under this act, if proceedings win- -? promptly, ovei |100,000 could probably bc re? covered to the city. Tin- counsel of tin- Aa* oembly Committee, if anthoriied by the At? torney-General, would long ago ha\c in.*tilut< d the mee -ar, |egnl plocccdllii,'*.. Why does the Governor beoitato to int / lt cannot lu- be* Caaaj some of the.M- dcielict olheial.-. ale pjoiiii neut Democratic politician.-., who maj lilith' ll his DolUicul unuiiiiLhaia. Thole should not hu any further delay, which may render it impooo hie te the city to recover this money. TUE Rt AL ISSUES, A platform of on" sentence is propoaodh .sonic Rejmblicau atWeolilngton! "Fuirplaj ft Americat) voter*, aid a foil chaaeO for Ann-M can laborers." In the opinion ol tins Ih pilbil can, nobody needs 00 he assured hut th Io publican party is going to ilo about slavery V the war, reconstruction or resumption, th public debt, the currency, or the u-forni of Civ Service. A short platform which p opie wi nad, embodying ont j the purnoo* ??! tin par! on the two great tpiestions that are vital, ia a thal is needed. There is it great deal <>f sense in this ragge ? tion in two respects. The platform ought '<? b terse and plain juill vei\ brief, *n thal it wii stick in the mini! ol avery voter. And it oiigh to treal is oettled am', out of th" erny tho* questions that actually have been 'fled. A to all the peat, it io enough to say that u th u history of (He Nation for twenty-tour yeal " bears w itne-s to the w isdom and the patriotbu uol the lb-publican party." It ha- no occasion t explain anything, to defend anything, <>r t niithrm anything that lt ha* done. The mug ni¢ developmenl <>f the Nation* ne we el see it to-day, itnd (he record ol'thc un-t gioriou yean of ita past history, make al! diocoooioi about aecompliahed focto a wa te of time. Protection ??i American Industrie* and pro lection ol American roten -these are indeed tin \ ital matters. Mut there caa be tm question eil he abont the position of the Kepiiblican party cn these question*. Its neon! opeeko as loudly ol these ai on other topics. In a current cai ti on aol long ago, the nrti**t aaerifloed bia dwi reputation for sagacity to his desire ti seem impartial, by ivpic -entinir both parties a afraid ol' thc tariff question and in doubt wlie to do abonl it. Ile who has read the. hiMoiy o the past twenty-three years to an] purposi knowe better, There his at no time been an] doubl thai tin- Republican party intended, t< tlie lull extent of its power, to protect holm indnotiy hy th ? tariff. Nor has there been am room to doubt that thc party desired to occur, forever) qualified citizen tin righi to casi ii tret ballot iii', to have il honestly counted. Pei history eau teach nothing, if it done not malu chin the propose of the Kepiiblican lint, oi tin >i mutton. It would no' be absurd, however, todeclaw tia* purpose o! tia party 11)1011 any of the vita q nest ions upon which part ie-- .nc really divided ll WOUld not be ;i waste Of time to decline (lint American voters and American labor ought i? be protected. For precisely the same reasons, it would not in* on; ol place to dei law thal tin Republican pai ty means to maim ai n the pubic fiiith ami to keep for the country a sound and bonesl currency. Soi ada] pauses that does not witness a sharp division ol jun ties at Wash* inglon on . Nor can tin j be held si :iii d --.I I . 1 vinci ratio party, Infected with a powerful leaning toward repudiation and debns d currency, bas 0 chance ol success. Neithci would ii oe mit of place or the K p ? ??? li.-.in party to exprc s, ia the sharpest form, its miara to tho Democratic docti ine puhie ire spoil* tb it belong to the v tor. The lloadly theory, so boldlj avowed in Ohio before and after the slaugbti or Pi ndleton, may v\cll be mt 1 , dion lilt ii !>?? m ol be upht id and pei fi 1 ted. 'I iie lcd questions that divide roten and parties?tin- qui itt iona thal th" pi opie ho to answer by their votes it ill or no?jn.iy as well bc ti rsely and pl linly stated, lt io no time for wordy evasions, or for diplo? matic cireuinlocution. But it Uno time to ignore the Fuel thut n vote in November, whether so intended or not. in the natara ol mutt il ? ? foi four]cara the qu ol public laith, honest money, a non-partisan stn ice, protect ion for labor, and protection fi r .-. If it is wist not to wander oft upon side 1 ? ues, it is equally wise m>- ; which the country i* comp* li I to decide, TBS INDEPENDENCE Ok VUE DISTRICTS, Those w in, fear that any recommt ndu'ion by the Kepnblican State Committee, Buchi been suggested regarding ? rn ta? lion in Congressional I tistru 1 cont 1 1 1 iou* for the election of delegates to I Involve Minn-danger to the rights of the Dis? tricts, do not -i-i-ui to consider how well th" independence of the District is guarded in the ru! badopted by the National Coinniiiteo. Each Congressional District stands by itself ci matter of choosing delegates to the National Convention. Neither: ? Convention nor the stat" Cqmmittee can control ii-action, or rentnre to dictate to tlie delegates whom il selects. Thi* complete independence ol District io illustrated In a single detail, which Iocs not m 1 m to have attracted much attention, inc nih-* adopted by the National Committee it Washington, in January, 1 $83, after giving the Dmtricto tlc option ol choosing thea- dele rnteaal home convention*, or by subdivisions it the State Convention, aaj 1 "All diatriet dete? ntes tobe accredited hythe offlcenof ouch li*trict conventions." Thia provioion plnoao ?ach Congressional District io direct relations arith tbe National Convention. If a home ?onvention is held, and delegates ure elected, hey will bo accredited directly to the National 'onvention. OS 070 understand it. by the officen if tin-home convention. So, abm, if the district lelegateo arc elected at the State Convention, hey will he chosen hythe suodivis >u of the itate Convention representing thal District, md the officen elected \>y thal subdivisioo in meting assembled will aecredil the delegates lected to the Nation il Convention. Thio puts be District ino position of absolute aoveraignty iver Itu own aftaira, witta nothing to fenrao on;r as it chooses to prated itself, either from I (tate Convention 01 Mate Committee. In the District* which remain aa they were ruder the old apportionment, there need mt he the olightesl difficulty about going on nth tim preparation* bu 'holding home rmi elition*. All thal is needed i* t,. know the late of tho Slate Convention, so thal the borne onvention maj be held within the fifteen days ext preceding it; and tin-will soon bi fixed. he existing commitb e can call tbe convention. nthe Distrietewhich are altered nader the ew apportionment, and where then are di** utes between tin-counties aa to the relative reight they ohould have in such eonventiona, ml the Committees ;ii" neoeaoarily dissolved, it ii-'ht to bfl pOOOible by conferences and mina! Interchange of opinion to reach oome greemenl Certainly maia more diffieull itaatlons than thi* have been successfully me t 1 this way. The true basia for representation 1 sm-li conventions, as it is in all convention , t'11 Republican vote actually cont, ami thia uint oner emu cid"!, tin teat should be easy. : the >tate Committee should suggest a definite bin of 11 pn-*.-iiiation applicable to Districts iroughou! the Btate, it could ami would do *<> aly in tin- way of advice from Ihe oingle central ithoijty the p.-uty has, ami it dooonotOBCnj Doetble tint sm li a suggestion could embamea 1 hamper the party m the Diotricto, 01 do any inn whatever, hulong aa it lean lunn M.li? mp: to set nj) a Maudaid hy walch diilciCii 1 * Hh| bo reooaciled* Tho main thing is that there tshall lie nu ham ri effort on all sides to entry om the Inetruo tionsof the Chicago Convention, as formulated by the National Committee. Tho principle of district i"pie*i iit.ition will be a great, help to peroone] liberty iii the Republican patty in the future, ami those who believe in it, as the va.M majoriiy of lb publican voters do, mus) do their lust tooee that tte expexbnent is successfully began, Daatnet representation ie ?nl another form of tho fown-niceting idea, ami it ia hardly Booeeaery to say arba* tint hsooVaoeeorue. A few tiiiliug dlonatoo, ooeaaloned by local jealousies, or thc rivalries of Congressional candidate-, ought not to be allowed to Jeopard tin- laeeceeofaa eaperiment which bide /air to have ouch ralnable Monita. JUE vue ix lui: SOMMONS, Die Grladotonc Ministry have emerged from the Kgvptian debate with diminished prestige, Their majority, however, is aofflcfenl to carry them through a crisis In thebr political !" tune*, The Tot lea have been badly lcd iiud ontdebated, but theil- voting strength baa been compactly mai -hall' d against the (Jovei nment. The Iriah vote hao apparently been in the market for purpooeo of political Italic, and has been cuot solidly against tue Ministry, as aaa tin- case in the divinion on tin- Affirmation Bill. Although two Liberals. Mr. Fowler ead afr. .Marriott, have made strong speeches against the Government, Mr. Gladatone baa succeeded in raUjing; hi* force* arith the uzi p tion ola lew straggler** The result bi ama jority of 49 for the Government The Liberal Government entered upon office with a clear majority of 63 over foi les and Home Bulere combined. Their forces numbered ;<"ii members, the Tories having 337 end the Home Kuhrs t;:!. Under ordinary circum? stances they could COOUl upon a majority of at leen*1 100. The bye-elections during four years have resulted iii a net loss for tin* Liberals ol' li seat", equal to '_"?< in a division. Their majority over Torlea and Home buhls bea been reduced in this way io 35 in a full House. Tin defection of a few faint-hearted Whigs oi Crotchety Rndicalo is therefore fatal tn the Government, the margin required for safety befog oo small. The vote on t hi Affirmation Bill wa< 289 to 292, tin-Lib', ml majority being wiped out by desertion*. The Government have had thc facts and logic of the situation in the Soudan agalnat them iii this contest. They were responsible for the political revolt which followed the diaaatrona il. i",it of General Hicks* army, and for the massacre of ginkat, the rant ol'thc cowardly Egyptian lone near Trinkital ?iel tin- perilous plight of tin- garrison ol Khartoum. The ap? pointment of General Gordon and the belated measures for the relief of Tokar alone aaved lin ni ,ii.iu defeat. They are now extricated from their embarrassments and if favored arith good-fort one ai Sunkim and Khartoum trill lu at liberty to press the paeaago of tho various measures mentioned in the Queen's Speech. The most important of these, the Franchist Hill, will command the votes of tho Iriah members, inaamuch ao ita benefits are no! con fined to England and Scotland. TheGovetn m-ni cm fairly iccuro tho paasago of ire, even if thi Whig rotes. The remaining measures will have to I. ? - nances ol ob itruction and narrow majorities, The political authority ol the Ministry is franni] for life over an issue of foreign policy is nol it good augury for thi of the domestic i ui promised in tho Q ? ch. OPPOSING THE E /' BILL. lt is curious to observe th" ground* upon trhichthe bill conferring apon tbe thin city tl er of appointment La i. 1 :- not pretended thal the men vrhora the Democracy elei t foi '- lt a*a rule, other than they have b< a described. What sort of min are they .' olen M, public-spirited! Men who foi rel self and are concerned only for the welfare of the city? M u of appt ?ved Integrity and intcllif. Such qneetions i > no debate arnon*; :. Tho l-i p irty is in con . and for resisons ->\ hi aol now u'o i'Hi) - -nd- ni ??! io ihe Board of Aldermen who are no more fitted for thi rice to which they are elected than they are c impeteni lo leech Hebrew. Nevertheless, Democratic newspapen argue Kt taking away from the Aldermen the power of confirmation. Not for any practical reason, but for fear thal if the Aldermanic func? tion i* curl iii,-d, the pernicious forces known a* " centralization " and " autocracy M shall gain an advantage I Thu ia the atrain thal Democ? racy alw iys adopts when the conviction io forced upon it thal it lu* nothing to sav. For tin last twenty years or more it has never gone Into a tight without carrying a banner with oppres? sion to " c- iiiali/ation" blaeonod upon it. The rank and file of the party have h.iii no deer conception of 0 bal the word meant, and if the leaden have been mon- fortunate, they have- not succeeded in popularizing their Information, lt is pretty generally conceded; that if tbe Mayor was not compelled in making Iii* appointmenta to have regard to the views of the Aldermen, be would place more capable* more trustworthy men in Office. And still the Legislature is asked to deieat th" bill, in order to please gentlemen who imagine thal the unpardonable efn, so fai? ns politic* is concerned, is what they vaguely call " centralization." Then la every prospect that the bill will [tass. Thc taxpayers of New-York, thc tuen who siam! for ito repute and prosperity, have demon? strated that they are heartily in favor of it. Do the men whooppooe it honeetly hebe ve that the bee! inter-si* ot tim city will be c.onr-rvcd by defeating it ? If so, th v must, 00000 for? ward with something nine weighty than thia familiar end feeble cry of "centralisation.1' The bill is not to be killed with that sort ol an abstractions Hr. Goody, a member of tl." Democratle Ka tiona! Committee for Illino!*, 10 quited aa saying tlr.t if I iiiii-n would accept bo cuni.I ba iioniniutcil by aot I.cn,in on, afr. Qoudy might have added that tho nominnt rn by acclamation la oaoo I it should bo ma h> would bo foUoWOd hy un onthu sioatio di ic.it. >? contemporary speaks of 11 movoniOBt 'Mo bring forward" u certain statesman a* "nd uk h.,rs -." rh.-re 11111*1 bo sunn* mist,ike about tho breed, four bona-fid* dark boras cannot bobrongtal torwai I - c.-rt.inly mil Broutha kolora tho opening ol tho 1 enapoian, rho dar knees of tho ii me boon lit m. biooaooeno rn aot being brought forward, io hold other tris* 1* to trarrant tho suspiolou tiiat a dark boroo hi tho ooma tn onbotanoa witk aoandl dato abo ha* placed himaolf "in tho hand* of Ins friends." Tbe latter nay bo styled a oomi-dark hoi te, iiml 11 not io ba confounded with iho candi? date of 11 Htdi iiK-iitei shade, who, " trail* aol seek* ic,' tan office, will not decline tb* nomination if lt Ul "Ile KV 1 lum." ll I* Mell lo k*0f thOOO dist luci ioU8 in luind. Notujif TloOkoloa* Stat**utan,who bo ? |a il roournod at Leaveiiwoith, *ti"iild Join furies -villi Mi. I cnn ! Tho raoalt could ocaroely foil lo bo ono of thom nairn oonoo* toll to noaeeepnn which oro nothing if nm tin- **cnonautoof Iho oobei 00poad thought. Mr. Lowell i|i'.*iir* tn huv? oosBowhal alanood tu* IngHeh vuuuu la * iv>u.aik uiude u hi* nj/ouch nt the'llnnT to the Chamber of Commerc*. 1 ?r?oko of the DUtod BtatOO au pxemplifylng "wh tho colonies of Knglaml may como to if they are n windy treated." The Spectator inquires t MA there not og th? rm?scnt ttino colonies of Engl&i whieh aro pondering that very ipieHtmn nnd the irritation of uredli-**, unmeaning, and cti nurn tanda <, bul not naiaeoaiei neglect." Tl i .. nt proposal to give some of tho colonies repr sentatlon in thu Impi-ri-il I'urliament does not 0 0000 to hfiv b enifccivej in tho light of a hoon,ar as tho oolonloo increase in populutionandpi ooperlt tho aoouwhrunaooo of their weiiki)**** as pompon with the groat powers appears to he tho st ron kt ?nil.eo titiii L*nfHrtg ihooo to iho 0**th**r^**aant If, however, PaofOOOOf bmmyH forrinlo statemei of the colonial i-n>'-4ti<m iii his nvt>nt. book, "Tl Kxpati-inti nf Kn/! ind," is not snfhVient to 090* *the BfittobGovernment totln*nfrc.?inityof a, broad colonial poUey, what is now hut vague dlaoatl ?!'?? tion may ripen hltoeophit similar to thatwhlc brm.M. abonl tho Independence of the Auicika colonies. Naturally monga Dante ratic editors throtighou the Btate an laboring to e mvineo tbotr leadet tl- I thut neb ilona i' inala eire-.' neat la a trnoooj dona political portent. It io to he remarked, hov ever, thal even the nmoteredulouo of tlc* nutria n nv indulge in tho leagb of rank oeentiehan whe ittention i.-i directed loth* nest. It ia impossible to eoneei rc of non '-i iminal n-cV lemme** than that of thc man who checked o ralio containing forty pound*ot dynamite ?n the i between Bradford and Olean. That the ma prominent citizen " onlj mal ea bia offence tho mot l'liiiiiiis, ,-i'nl he cannot be supposed to have b Ignorant either of tbe canseqnencea ol o ornt' the babita of the gonn* bag ' r, I is Indeed extraordinary thal iii stuff did not ei plni!,., for it inn scarcely be di in lu ed that it receive) provocation enough on the way. But no excua should be received in a caa* of this aggravated kind and tho man trlio did uni care wbethar ba blew u ii train full of j.pl* should be nude to smart fo hi. bratai stupidity and Indifferent e. " Re is thia tori of o 11 tn," said the witness ahom the pri one]; " if ( were o chicken ead bo wat in th neighborhood, fd roos! mighty high.-' The colored rae* entertain* tho tamil opinion of Do iiim riley, and with roonott. Tho Democrat.' who'-on.stitnte the majority of tho Ohio f>0gi*l8 turo lately trieit their hun.ls at currying favor with th* colored voter* of that State. They paoood ar silaged Civil Uightabilt, Bul they did not Buecec i-i mrrying the favor. Tiie ehiekeoo oentinn* t< high. \' ;i mooting of colored Bitiaon* licld ii Cleveland the bill rt oeived a aevere handling.beini meed ns au insult to thaeolorod people of Ohio ?j li, Mora-oe" io tb* highly appropriate name of a down-town dram-chop. Ir is oaegeotivo of thi close a soeintionof thegroggeoieo with the Pot ter** I' i Prom the fae! thai three Russioa army contnei :i :m :-.--ii d on . bargi * of j ?? indlinf in their contra ts, it look* as if aseriou* effort wai being .i the abase* whick kai ? prevailed in the army commissariat fi r u loni period, During the Rnsso Turkish w;ir many ?>i ie* were brought to light, bnt it is doubt ui thing was don* lo prevent th ir recur? rence, tion baa so honeycombed Government affairs in Uuaoia thai it bas been dirB cull to know whore to begin reforms. EvonaGrand1 Duke ha'' been Implicated in army ooni ll was . j u i l c common for brigadi cnminanden to ba concerned in theoe swindles. It is to bc hoped thai tl irnment will havi ia* than it* predi.tBor in putting I PEE lONAl r passed a raotfnl night, sci' felt considerably Improved yesterd ?lc- *i\:h annl\ sraai SUI. as I ' ' Pop* Mr. Wrillsi i H. Vanderbilt has consented to allow model ;? lc: i oi' i im, and tc i. ion on the opening of the Edon ? engaged on thi at the residence if Mr. Vanderbilt. Mr. Frederic renew . and retiree ft ? the pi si on ! greatly re? in fnt ire tx paid. i. ? Mr. Felix M.>-i h< les, who h.is t rnwded rith conuni isions i c pori an ii ti - rait of Ur*. Ham tit rr Eur! nd. on ? ?. D ?. Charles E. M r ;i number ?! to St. Patrick's Cathednl tn Fifth-are., wh ? i* winter in th. Benth on account of poor health, is reported to lie mucb Improved. He to return to his post of duty here In o shint ti mo. Ex-Senator W. TI. Barnum, of C mee Fifth Avenue Hoi cered ii Illness, and was obliged to deny many rollen yesterday, ll" Laon bl* \. iyto Wa*h ington to al tend ira of 1 hi I ii mocratic Ka? rora ni t"". of which he is chairman, and is accompanied by In* wife uci! daughter "Tin* only misgiving f had when 1 b ti tho cut? ter," aay* Lieutenant rthodas, the Gay 11? ucl hero, " wa* about my baby, feu didn't know that I bad one, did yon f rle iso bright little hoy abonl two yea told. Ilia mother died oom* time ago, and as I li lt in i h.- lio.it I called ont to the captain -o look mit for him If ni", thing happened to bm A vol* Kicm, who sought to become rh i raooeeoor of 8here AIL, took up his abode at Meshed winn 'ie ! Ivan out "? m. Then hd '.vent to reheran, where tb* Shah received bun kindly and granted kin a pension er 81,700 a month. Hut now. for i" apparent reason, be baa given ap hom* and sub-ddr ami gone with bi* household of two h'uiiiiiil and fifty pomona to Bokara, Itiooua pected that he baa some political intrigue la riow, "Eli Parkin*11 say* he did not personally know Colonel Hunt, of Michigan, who bequeathed him, "Jo-ih Billing* " and tho mother of "Ai Ward" 15,000each. "A roor ago, however.'4 ho * i\s, ?? I r.ired a letter from bira requesting me I in a twoot my bon iron*work*. 1 did *o. and mid* d aoopy of'Josh Billing*' and h bingra* I>11v oi ' Arteinna Ward.' ... lt the newe ia true 1 shallcoufer with 'Jo*h Billi] e what w* cando toward hoqormg Colonel Hnnt'a momor}. . Win 11 die I intend to trill what money I hai ? to ibo pre** chiba of the . ounhrr." \\ M on mci i is. Feh. IO.?Tho Department of State ba* received information confirming the report* ol the dangerons illneso of Mr. Hunt. United i Minuter at Bl. Petembnrg._ li USW. A CONCERT OP <- HAMMi.U MUSIC. The inu-ic at thc fi uith ccac. ri ol' thc ? intQnartett*lastaigfctla Bteek Balli >n l*t*doi aumber* of creal bcaaty, Beaut) unoo* qjo*r i?-t in i> muter, Beftbovea't "Ktaatser" eonat* fir ptaaoforta iiii.i vii/Un, su,l ia* Courteentn gaar> i. t of Motnifa bi I lat aaajor, 0* f.ir, thar -f ire, a< tao eompoatJoaa uer* concerned toora wo* i guarantee al tb* outaet of o tV Ugbtful aiuateal evealng. ra* Brat quartet ls tins eu* witk aiton* ni -? li, r int iiml ?! i* M.;.'., li, .. ", i , -. ,?:.? of fl ,11-1 ekaraatoriatlc aoaga, wa* written it, (ow jcar* 8*1*8* the (-Martel, wilie!), thotlgO Compote! ilimit lsjli, W.i* i. a pa-.I'.-li, ,| HO I I Die sonata is admittedly la* klgi [)liir of tun iiistmiiu-ut.il iluo fniiii, sag Wa bl tiled out prut** from uii tn* I rbonghdedicated to Budotph k soo** rur un Kngnab rii-tae** earned ilrtdg*l*wu,aadM saaaar rtory, whit hean a to Ut mri a i i '?" ' '*?faoaaturj usn in bil* i ia- mn y al tho aaaala ? aa betagl ? ?l" '"* .Mildil, tim raason uni it nu* ?**? ?** BM>*1-*1 gnats** ,iiei um of ttriugotown iwao ptayeO it with ii,-.-ii.,.-?-.i whin it wa*Ja*l witt' ? '? - asaonaa of * .r>-r mlbOlwaaa taaamafMMi sad ta* a-ttat "aaout s giri. ufier tin- m...- of < ampoattna sad h. ...io tba ana ut pe* Tue parfonaaarta nf tue Itaadanl Qnartolte hu?!* timm ou sn own faaao .ill th* m.* mui. Ino ci-itiiis-ii thal aaa boan pooaod ,i, tin- ttl st eonoort win siuiiy lo ti." h>st. Tin* buul tall m luiiiiow ii!<iie*trui riga* into un taut thar te assono to i,4Vr.. earn ? a aaatt wnn tam* pltarnra StauntoMlitua, II -ai *f iiiivuiiii-f-ui-Uiiu in ihoir uara, uut no lah, wJiiub I* ul Ul*, Ui*t cuiu.uniii*uea wktno emir one clam ployed and tb* ot Instrument* are charm of varied am ton* :M!^,,,;!,v;^;]';.;,;v,u.t o^reTh:' Lw ,o? ssws ? *niH?Mi ?.?n?-,-li"?!*L?5**. Tn*" "ira grave a very Ie rt it re ul M Ii" eaaatoaT prevision ?od i. too^?h,E rX on her Taney Her OaiMtlin I* admirable, aB?l lb*r? waa* iuj**iii oriomv rn t? te* rartiauuti thirX SS nairn duatlve, i.ut a tttu* awM, ** i* Sand t.r\ . . ",?3 Hayer, 'ry th* printed pap*. The ?rertt.*t *h.*>i*Vorn n* In the perrormaoee, however, wa* due tu a lack ot *vin' patbetl.* iiiiilorKtandm? Lei w- <*n Mr* aad Mr. BraiuP 'lb latter playing alniiMt aarfanfltorily. IMTBBNA TIONA I OOF i i:n;;n. A LETTES I'KOM ALBIOM W. TOUBOEE. BaBjjg-ira oarac-nona ro t.-ik noeoaimae bk** To the Edit*,- of The Tribune.' ?Mn* After iiie]u-;ii.-e wi.icu baa been lavished en tba Donbelaiar Oef*yri*jMbn1,by*onntvai al ood **rae*t frieau* af llmmtuia, h anora ? an nagi i IbJugforme to latia**!, that lt may bara wry - 1 IC* 1 .1I4 BB* tn eruUnlze more ekoeely thu come el ? sal tba galil tb . of tnt prop** I i sa thal bo en ? baa i > fui rig. anther ba pul anea ? cai U> tba maa* levi American writer, aad parla** aol autay aavaatun aa ten M ci tb* ? ? ? \ can author* on lan* af iipulltj la ot aot la Tn. must proaalaeul dd . , ba: rirtt- in..- ti doe* at* iiiiM.i.. fee Uh aiBB*faritar* of Ibe oopvrlgbteal \\ term ? | . "only. Tic* regale ..;? by tb* ntl* of tb* luretga eauaua (lader t la* aaaatteraugntapptj for oupfilgbl ami, bj Ituaatl printed alu e aadeoveraaep u-.o.-i... uafea " pun* i . , . hilt, loi ? Bransby probibtti i by ka i I yt* anther, it lsinoraci- Mararant faa! oaek on fan mei.t or th* grant *f copyright thal <.r,_*.ii Briatta pt aha nportatlon af any foreign edition of a wort i . ."il la that eoaatry, aa foe btataai I wm* priat ii popular BaglUb wink*. Cha to aol a tar if rueoaure, ttaea o* n raaua kt ratted Ihmotij lt deatgned tlroply t<> fare* thc Ehgttah puhtUhar, bal soi.-ty io proteot tu. cji\ i:_*ht<: and hi aaalgn** nnd ci ke ^b* gnet *f privilege aare aad certain. ?' -The '.ii! propo*aa to rive tin- fatal ra outaor one >>-..: aftsr pobUeattoa shroud to malro *ppflo*tlon for copyright here, and pr*f*atet lo rive atm pretMttaa la nant tkereaflor. TUeprovtottn Ueneetaiubut og. A'i Aimiii ..a author i- n galred to Babka bl* appUcattoa ^/orispuiiiiciitiDn. Than, -?) lb* *sa*aauj btw, h. i* anowed that atoot ancertahi and iialiiaaawlkf of a-.! li.nit.itiiiiis, "a reaooi -the aeeaoaro *f a |udge'afoot?lawhteh ?U"eotaptetaMi ."hi* work. This ls ba'l OUOUgh, OUt lo si} U -a in.in. ? Voa maypubllah at borne and say time aithla a year apply for onay right ben sudreeerve prut ? -tin," i* lulutOety I, or alight ba, th* practical woraanj of -ii.-ii ??? ptaruaouf Prom the iint-of pahhlaaHoa abn>ad until application for copyright bera there a i ba no iir.itei-tin'i. ? garah Barnum " a ad and published in forty-el bl I sa Bagnah Bothor, relylag en thia provision of m I puk? kah bi* work in taunton, intending, tf ll aaned him in .: inply far eopyrlght turi*. A cup) is .s.-itt over io a* art sa botue, .-a the La ten days e hundred thomand tweaty-ceat eoptat aro ou tin-inaiker. What remedy bat Uteauthai trama wa eived with a speotooj phraaa lacorparata billahouudlnsbir/romlae*hut bama i ' I ?? ? tuppoaeth* aatber afterward t.i appi] f.-i nial,! in- rash iiifac tur.-.t iunl pul on tata before tn tdatel t doab til very greatly, ba fact, I think the chance* that any i-'""'i lawyer would ad lier ta .h ,i ,? i tt -. il he ti.it tlie lew mi hit ??? jn-tic. t iitiiij- the bi ttter t-> I or, in ott i-i a profit ' try. By oar law as tt no* - . fenn dy foi violation at iii-11 ? r, the roi une* the - i ne nu* uteri- -il publish*! render. Supp right iu tnlt country, and I mada not to have irranted liku aol tn be ht ol i , ter. au t r a ,"i!ii ii ive to do in tm '? e i ?? would be to ptu .' edition in Toronto pply I . ? . by iimi!. Che a I . ,i h.* hint any, -to . . - -. ol law. Oomp u 'l uttb thia pr*? tbeold ???.*.?- ir ann caleb a tl.-.i." trould be a juioth -i'm- bill vi i.i* of ? yer who ba* had ticallodupon totutuilnui .-1 . ruofvsthatouo of the most dialcuh and i. ?- ? , ;..l iln* to tb rn* of ? donut ur.iiii.--l io IJ Uhil ll lt Ai- .-?!.. . M t... tl U nil ? / rtmi-pe tho right io draniiitixe or ti th ? f. . ui .,: , tor a i ,,. i- . iir.-n o\. r alni _ uy fort ?? "! ' it. a. - ', too, lt nu* in*iii ?! riiii-ii tn.it ,i nuilee ni warning atteudin* ?! - .,, no i. thoi'* property thi. l. i Uti* - i\ - ' " <? UU rr.,-1 i- .'?!! i. I , '?? I .-'ll lil lt 111! in Ills a*'|' ?' :. ' . ? 11 li? uu .. , . allon l -n decided I ? eon % ul, J M lirtltie* ,i tim ? ?? record* are pl.d t ii ? I* .. The fut ne*-* be i* re?iutrVd to make op; ri*?hi aio >l i liy *tul u ? -' 4 ? i.iy tba* Jf li-- i'? .i.!.: iin-re .i ju lum. .i- in debt agauut the applicau have alway* Inflated that tlie nieaiuna of tm* provuuea reallj i* thal the fuel of mptriyhXiUnif u .i,ii..iii ii^iiiii-: ili.iiii.ci/.iiion .mil tran* -Iiit*, k* lu that uu* law, I believe ll to be not onlj correct but I ? ?. ,i ;,i oouttruction i it ? I tot ?? i. i c:> ilecl*iou to thal '-il.-, i Uowi mir authorltj that <ti-* ,i?? - tin ciao* .. i ? ,1.1,, sj,? .Ik .. ., , t.l? authoi ? have thou. lUln eandabenrd provUtoa h.i* been planted nun thu buL a.* drawn lt i ? i Ji.ui /..ice tu^- ? le right, etc. onlj ihe apparent detect ?>' .ic-xi-; ? a abould ii ive been remcdl I . "off authors, etc.*- k inuit*. :? I, ? .??.null, sad rn- .ii-- told licit" iou-,-- n/ra .? ii i Ight, ii cm.. ' li .... . I . ...illili u .--'.ii-k.il ..nt and tun >t i. - Pu th- Tbe bill teeuH to nave been di i hopi? Ultim] ? f . :, lord tl ntiu ?-! , - mon. 1'be fortune of tito itutboi ?,i.o ba* to retort ta . itc.'.llU 111* Il.Jt .4 |.vl i.lliiV a.-l,..'il ,.- . U< , ! - ' allon c i* i ? -I" ->' .'fter traiit. None ol tb* queattsm* ral*ert hy thia bill cen h* ?ettled sit-i-i of tin'mich-. i Cou i ul -Lite*, .t. If lt bi i-.i,iiitiir* the came rlghti ,.,,ni-i- ii i* uftoded i- .- ..,|'i.. t.i um, .ul tho nu ?-:ii law *.? iii.-i ii mayappl) to I a*to ~. iiini leave lui tu to ma ki ii I- ile*} eau. i.u* woaUt preserve toe preeent rall*** il lien i\.- lon Um ., nilled, ti we iuihui to pi . *. 8 ol their in . wt li) an \ - iut i.i ot . u(oyuu*iil e ' "", * ol copyrigbi m..- '? ? 1 i. en | a c*. .., tU0 ullthlu .... , ',? iicte.li) constitute one of .I!!!* ortaS&a that have lately '....?ii p .? ? I .ll' io Olttc of The C'i'UiM..i, >< u 1 jrk. I Mi:. I l 1NAM IN REPL1 . I .i.i.'MAN. lathe Ld i tor of Th* Tribune. Mr. Bteda an^ in claiming tbal thi i' lu tu.* pt ? ?? ' UtWOfrovl tl ?n tad '?> " :t ? appear* Uh* auder Um ls (t ,u,s ?ll ? 1* saiiic.tl,lg ;.. ..1 kM v . ? ? ovariookedtat hut th* " ' fouuaii.-sii.ioi.. ... atari] ,UjUi lotwaaa tba - i Ultpiahiblttba th* j ind for such i flatkm ta tia "" ? ?*?! ";,U7'\r"^; .,.,l," ; l-.t.H-tl.H, lu .. ll*r :,ao?*, Ae.v?}1 rr* * ?'?.;**; U.-MimU')' I 'Yuan ?,!,fi.,-!?vO!uauwiu^ ,?? ,Vo*nn. vu tiulv, ' lQI u K ' **?~^ \i p. POT***** Bow*, 97 Weat ?^ tl afc A?4?-lui*<i, icb. ia. '