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TWELVE PAGES. 111E MMWa THIS MQMNUtQk FoRFiGV.-Alann among Russian people over the proapcctsofwar. _____ Oxford won the Fniveraitv Boat Race. __= It is reported that Osman Digna is anxious to surrender. _-_-=- The French loat 6 officera and 72 men killed, and 190 wounded, in two days. ess-O Beach defeaded Hanlan hy slx l(,ugth8.-: Reported akirmiah with the robelfl in the Northweet. ===== Catholic diplomata cen aured hy the Pope. Domkstic?Mr. Dorsheimer and General Slocutn -ere mentumed for Postinaster Pearaou'a place. - xiie ice broke np in the Conunoctlcut River. --? a Philadelphian coniniittod suicide in South Carolina. = Italian stcvcdores were beaten iu Philailelphia, -: A ehortago waa fonud iu the lKM>ks <>f the treasurer of Oswego. Citt and Scbi RBAN.-Deatb. of Frederick S. Winaton iu Flonda. -S-SB General GraDt unahle to deep withont morphia. ssssss Becky Jones out of jail. -Maas meetiuB of the Ladiea' Health Pro toctive As.sociation. == Dinner of Puillips Exe ter alumni. - aa Reorganization plan of the Wool fihore Rail way anuouueeu. = Narrow eecnpe of a honseand fainily from a bhvst. = Gold value of tbe legal tender silver dollar (412L2 graius), 82.20 renta. -: gtocks geuerally were dull aud irre_Tilar but mostly lower. an<J closod weuk. lHit W'EATHER.-TiUKrs-K local obaervations in dicate cloudy and colder weather, with suow or lain, followod by fair weather. Teinperatur* yen terday: Higliest, 31?: JOWBBJ 32j: average,43V. The corauiiasionere appointcd to _5fie88 the damages done to the Front-st. property of Rufus Story by the Elevated Railroatl were inatructe*. to apecify the injury done by the tnterference with Ught, air and BBMM to property rofipcctively, instead of putting it in a lamp suni. They replied that this would be inipossible. And no wonder. Hanlan'a luck or his Rkill must have der>erted bim. His defeat iu Auatrulia laat year by Beach was explained at that time a? due to Hanlan'a miaunderstanding about afoul, rather than to Beach's superionty. Poskibly sonie _och explanation cun be mado of tlie re*ult at 8vdney yesterday, when Beach again reaehed the wmning-poHt flret; but the explanation will have to be plausiblc indeed tomduce the nport ing public to retain its faith in the Canadian. o Becky Jonca has appareutly place<l herself beyond reach of the proeessea of the New-York Courta, and probably slie has mado her laat ap pearancein the Hamersley will contest. It is impoasible to feel sorry that this old wonian has avoided telling any fainily secreLs she may have learned while doiug her duty to her inaster. Possibly she knows very little, and in that 8BB8 her retieencc will not matcrially affeot the issue in this struggle for a dead man's nioney. At any rate it is refreshing totiud that the devoted old faiuily servant has not entirely died out. The result of the boat race on the Thames yesterday was a victory for Oxford; but it might have been a repetition of iheii? di-iVat 8. last year, had one of the Light Blues not falh-n ill when it was too late to provide a good sub etitute. Thia ruined tho chances of Cumbridpe, and natnrally detracts trom the satisfaction oi the victors. But even if Oxford had lost this Tace, she could yet have boasted that the record ohows her superiority iu boating over Cam bridge. Her men have won, not counting yes terday's conU;st, twenty-two races to eighteen ior Canibridge. Canibridgo.however, has made the beat time over the Putney-Mortlake courae. ? Disguise it as they may, tho English otateamen caurjot BBBBWBl tho truth in re gard to the Egyptiau gu~t_uty arraiige mi-nt. It is a victory for the French over England, for it eetabliahea multiple eon trol in Egypt?just wlmt France has de iuaiidtil all ahmg, and what Englandhua wished to deny. Yet the gaining of her point was not due to superior skill on thepart of the Republic in diplomatic uegotiations. It was brought about by force of circumatances. England was not ready to say she would go into Egypt to otay, aml nothing was left for the Euglish Min istry to do, therefore, but to agree to multiple control of the Khcdive's iinaucial affaira, or to accept his otherwise inevitable bankruptcy. Su far as danger of being killedby explosions is concerned, one might as well live iu London as in the upper part of this city. Blasting hcre is carried .on with criminal recklessnoss, and the wonder is that more persons aro uot killed. A flne illustration of the disregard which the builden show for humau life was afforded by the explosion, yesterday, in Eighty-third-st. The charge was placed in the rock only about B foot from tho wali of au occupied house, nnd natnrally when it went off it blew np a part of the houae ;>,-! well as tiie rock. It ia not the contractor's fault that do one was killed, aud the authorities should take sufflcient interest iu this oiattcr to have him properly pumahed. a> Sir Ricliard Temple was the president of one of the most iiuportant aertious of tho liritiah Aasociation at tho Montreal meeting. His journey acrosa the Atlantic was prolonged into au American tour (not his flrat) and ho he was enabled to mako a renewed and careful study of National characteristics. 7'he rosulta of hia observations are given in tho admJiaDtC Pnper to be found on another page. His rellectioils __*8) American traits and ten dcncies aro more appn). iative than those of his compunion in the Indian ^ervice, Sir Lcpel Qriffln. Sir Richard Temple ls pnc of tho brightest ornaments of the Indian servu-o. having Ixsen knighted for his e08-pfcMBB-8 ?*> miniatrative abilitv and having occupied tho highest positions in Bengal.' Arduous public service has strangely enough allowed him leisure for acientitic investigations aml litcrary stndios. Heia one of tho broadost-minded of Englishmcn, and the papcr he haa prepared for The Trirink und a few newapapera in other citicsasaociated with it will have especial in tereat for readers in New-York, where he is personally well known._ A MOMM FMACEFUL OUTLOOK. The newa froni Europe is reasauiiiig. While proparationa for war are making on a large scnle, tlie opinion prevaila that peace will bo niiuiitained. London's fceling of nlarm 68088-1 by the Qiu-cn's proclmnation has not b08B shared onthe Continent. The British Cabinet, instead of cousidering the situation critical, is oon fident that hostilities will be averN-d, but is reaolved to socure peace by acting aa if war were inevitable. This is the judgmcnt of our well-informed Lontlon correspondcnt, from whose conclusions we aee no renson to disaint. Tho Russian Government, apparently, has not reaehed I decision PBOpBCtiBf what has been tormed tlie Hritish ultiiuatum. Even if it rejects the demand, it will nattually ofl'or counter propoaala of aome kiud. aml the negotiationa will continue intli fWlitotv. It the Hritish Government has pBOpOBOd the immediate prosccution of the labora of tho Joint Boundary Commiaaion, and the susj.t n sion oi military movenienta on tlie frontier, thedemarirl is not sodefiantas to oxeite rescut ment in lt Petersburg. Everything points to B diplomatie rather than 8 military oampaigu for the present. Oue curious contiugcncy is pn-sented by our special enble disputches. The Ameer has not yet decided wliether to necept or n-jcct the temporary nrmistioc agroed upon boiWOBB London and St. Peteraburg. If he insists u|>on the immediate retircnient of thi- Russian troops now threateuiug Peujdeh, the Briliah Govorn ment will be placcd ta 8 most <?mbarrassing poaition. It haa ulrcady inade this ib-iiiand aml then haatily withdrawn it. To n-m-w the challenge woubl itnpcril the negotiationa with Russia, and possibly procipitut- B conllict ; yet the Airoor is in a position to <lietat.' ternis ; aml what Eastern sovcroign ia not capriciotis | Lord Duffcrin has a most cnnspiouous oppor tunity for tlu- displny of his dipl.miatic genius. A military allianoo between England and Af ghanistan will be another mcthod of securing PBBCB by piepaiing resolut?ly for war. lt will incrcuse tho probabilities of a diplomatie ad juatnient until Eus-ia "hall be as well prepared for war as Englands now affects to be. COXSWERATWSS FOIl CERTAIX CR1T1CS. Republicnn friemls, whoso good ojiinion WB value, s<-nd in an occaaional comi>laint beCBBBB The TiuncxE ipOBBI warmly, uheuever it can, of the abilities and personal eharacter of the Pn-sideut's appoiutmeuta. u You have even praiaed tlu new Ministerto England," compl.iins one, "inspito of his having bOBOB notoriou*. ? Copperhead durin_ the War, and a rcvih-r of "Abraham Lincoln. You must know alao that "he waa the counael retained to B8B88B the "villaniesof the Einma Mine awimlle, aa well 44as the favorite railroad attorney of .lay "Goulil. Ilow can you sjienk well of sendiug "thia man to rcpreaent tho Nation in Great ? Britain f But, good friend, what woubl you have T What under heaveu did you expect ! Did you not know that the party which carried on the rebellion succeeded at the laat clcrtion T What moro mitural than that they ahould send sneli a man to represent them in Lomlon t The ruling elasaes in Great Britain, who equipped the Alabama, aiul took the Coufederate cotton loan, and welcomed Mason and Slidell, aud glorilied Jelleraon Davis for having founded a Nation, cannoK-learn from the Envoy Extroordinnry and MiBBrttT Plenipotentiarj' of the United States that they woro all right, only, like B8BB8 people at home, a qunrtcr of a century too e.-u ly. Hut why not f Did you expect auything elae, when tho combinntion of the Solid South with the City of New-York, aided by Henry Ward Beecher, Georgo William Curtis and JflBMB Freeman Clarke, turued over the (rovcrnment of the cottntry to tho party that had tried to bieak it up ? Of courae such appointments are eoming. As our people make their bed, ao miist they lie iu it. But we aro eager to recognize any good in the results. Mr. Phelps ia in private life a moat estimablo gentleman, and his intellectual rank ia hiirh ; and wo are heartily gla<l io eay ao. Aa for symputhy wilh the party that carried on the rebellion, is not that the logical outcome oi laat November ? Waa lt not thenccloith .in evitable that men who were on tho wrong slde during tho treinendoua struggle for the life of the Nation should como to tho front! The career of the Deniuciatic jiarty, conaideiod aa a whole, during the war waa infamous. It waa tho sole reliauce of the Confederate forces? every Rebel was a Democrat. It furniahi'd all the traitoiouacowardaoi the North?every Cop? perhead waa a Democrat. Nevertheleas this party, auppreesing the colored vote of Southern 088888 by fraud and violence; rcinforced by Curtia, Higgiuaon, Beecher and their ulliea iu the Northern States; i?rofltlng by Burchanl's monumcntal folly, and with the help of intein perate temperance people, managed to obtain eontrol of the Government. lt would havo l>eeu worae than idle to exi>cct that the restora tion of the Democracy would not have been fol lowed by the u vindication " of the men who felt happiest when the boys in blue loat a battle. Tiie Triiu;xe?which does not hold that a party in opposition ought to kick against the forcordained?commended Mr. Phelpa, in apito of his wnr record. It ia imb . .1 a bad one, but then it i? no worae than that of thouaauda of his fellow Democrats. Apart from that, the ap pointment was creditablo, ainco there is no qucstiou in rogard to his ability, learninor, ex perlence and charactcr. It is our wiah aml our patriotic duty as far aa lieth in us to live pcaee fully with aud support this Adminlatration, since ours is a Government of tho people. But if wo shc-uld draw the line at Democrats who, wheu the country sorely ne<:<ied frienda, arrayetl th* insi-lves with her foes, what chance ivould there be of our doing anything of the sort 1 The old set is back and all that scuaiblo nien can do U to make the br>t of it. Lamar. tho im paasioncd defender of Jedcrson Davis, aita in the Cabinet and diaplays th<; ilag at half-maat in meruory of an unmttigatcd sooundre! who waa believed to have plundered the public treasury oi nearly a million dollars and con spired to wreck the Uuion wh'ch he had sworn to protect, and who cortainly did eonspire to burn New-York with Greok lire. Tvveed <lied too Poon. Had he been spared ui.til th.- arnval of this Demociatic era, he. too, might have been the recipient of the Democratic funeral l.onors tliat were awarded to Jakr Thompaon. Wherever there ia a loyal heart to-day there ta rightooun anger and indignation at Laniar s coiidiicf. And yet why aliould anyboily be stir nrisod t It Ib consiatont that the party that backed sccession a quarter of a century BfO should mark ita retnrn to poWPf by puttmg tho MM at lialf BMUl for Thonn>?on. How better could it convince the eountry that Democraoy is . the same in spirit and in tondency to-day that it ,;is in 1*61 T . 8ft JHicvo tliat a former err.incnt citizon of New-York w?'(> BJBJ at one timo City Chamber lain. and who MM wered to the BBBM Bf J'ctcr 1$. Sweo.i, v, is still iu the lf**. Wlici he passe* away. we might expect (unlcas the patnotic Mr Laidlaw does violence to tlie examplo set by | in.n.bcr ol l'resident Clevoland's Cabinct.) to see the flag on the (Jbamberlaiu'a oflioo pliec.l at half-mast. For Swoeiicy. like Jake Thoinpson, was an earnest Pemocrat-and there were other points of reseniblanee. Democ? rary will Ba in the ascendant for tho next four vears. Lf I 81 not expect too inuch of it. Let pj not expect it to break the law of its heing by IMOWittf a decent respeet for patnotic senti menL ?_______^?? TIIE UMMOMUZ (ATllEDRAL. Tba opening of tba MMaofial Cathedralon Hempsti ad l'lain has bi on formally announced for TlmiMlav in Kastcr 11888. The building has been virtually cotnpleted for ncaily eigliteen moiiths. and the delay in cousecrating it bM beencausod by businoss negntiationa between EHlbop Littlejohn of tho Kpisrop-.il LHOMM ?1 Long Island and Judge Hilton as Mr*. Stownrt's representatlve. If there have been any IJBOartMH at Lssiie respeetinff tlie etnlow inent fnnd, a trlM discretion has been exerriscd on both sides. for both the Diocosan authorities aml th.- iiiitia.L'erof the Kstate have kept thcir OWB coimscl and not adinittod the public to their confidenco. /Uthoogh the papers have beM rigaad uA the ajiaafaaMani tot iransfer riag the Cathodial to the DiOMM have been ]iractically conipleted, roticence is still main tiiitu (1. the atnount of the endownunt has not been authorltativcly stated, although it is MB> erullv unilerstood to bo large enoiitfh to yield an ineonie of 81$t000 annually. While this is not so large an endowment as has beefl anticip.itid in Bonie .iuarters.il; is a princely ben. faction, t.iKeii in connection with the Cuthodral itself, tba EpeMOpaJ lesido'ioo and St. PaaTl Babool for 15oy.?. While tho atrueturo will bo opened for the lirst tinie tot religiotis services on April 8, tha oonsecration of the Cathedral will be dc ferted until tfioTMocesan Convention haa snnc tioned the transferof this magiiiliccnt propcrty. Tba immjbjIpj aaiTtoai Ol this BSfcjao building are to bt Mtnplo and quirt ; and it is probablo tliat the arofl eonduevd on the I'othcdrul foundation will M practioal and nnprctontiotn. Hishop Littlejohn has the repulation of Ixiiig one ol the bost busincs* men m the House of Biabopaof 8 pre-oiiiinontl.v praotical rdigions . <ii!i:iiiiiiion. It is rrasonable to coticli de not only that he will make the incorne go an faPM I?i.^il.le, but that ba will aLoaiin toronvert the (' itliedral and the sohools into practioal ag.-iician of Diooeaan work. I'nlesa tho cinlow inctit fnnd is lntu h laiger than is pncralh supposcd, it will lu* inipracticable to inaintaiii servics on tba IMM Mfda M in tba Lngliah cathedrala. I'rubably no atti-nii.t will be niade for the pMMPBl to eondiiet MTI MM in an cxpelisive WnJ for the beiietlt of the sniall eotign-gation that may gathcr iu the spacioua na\e. While a atir ptieed eholr will l?e organlrerl ln the Cnthednil Hchool and tWPJBBBBf from Drooklyn, tlie mualr will not bcallowcd to inakea great tnro.id ujkui the ineonie arailable for genoral purpoaes. The more practicid totirae will Imi to rendcr tho (iitlie.irul a eetitre for DbMMBB and mission wotk and tooniploy tho ineonie latp 1> i" BPB iiintiiiK' tho elMoioncy of Um loboola. St. PaaTl Babool ia uot endowed, and iu ex paotod to become tudf-austainiiig in the roiirse of time, tho deflclency in enrrent expenaea btaBg teiiipnrarily tnet by the Stcwart estate. It is not probable that this arrangenieiit w ill bo pennaneut; and the Diooeaan aiithorlties will have tha dotible duty of inaintaining both the ?ehool and the Cathedial npon tlicit own rc spoiiMbility. Hishop LitthJohn's repulation is a Kuar.mtoe that there will be prudeiit and busi neas-like BMMkMaBMBt. If tho w>rvice? do not lit the lathedral and prove at OBM worthy of this Kpleudid ineinorial to the gnat incrchant, whose fanvo, euti ijirise and succeso are umong the inost honorable traditionsof tho nietroj (dis, a bagtaaMg ln iiractical Diocosan and cdtita tional work will M uiado. ADDIMO A NMW TEMMOM TO MATHIMOSY. Of \atf yeara there have been no many coin plaintA Ixith of the untitnoai of yoting women for wives aud the unlituess ofyOBBgMM for husbands, that the honorable estate of matri inony might aliuost Ix: thought to be fallllig into disrepute, did not statiatlca reaasure a doubting public bf/ showing that tho wedding riiig is as uiiiiKToiiB aa ever. Hut if a dis jiatch froiu Maeon, (Jeoriria, which j.urported U> r. late the siirprisiug exjierionee aml iiielancholy lato of Mrs. Fannle HoWBtd be tiu.i, a BMM forniidable obatacle to the union of twin sonls has aiisen than tho inost conflrmed cynic aud jicssiiuiht cror iniiiKined or hoped ft.r. Accord iiiK to tho Macon dispak'h the lady iu queition was a widow. Aftei her husband's death one Sterling caiuo Into the ueiK'hborhood. "The "widow, strtick by Slerling's reniarkable " reaeinblaiico to her late husband, cnootiragcd "his advauci'*," and, in a word, they were niarried. And .now aOMM the remarkable part of this hiKhly interesting norrative. " As soon "aotlie bridal pair btepped out into the hall " way, while the lady's attention was attnicted ? by MBM objeet, ahe folt her aiui deprived of ttit8uup|)ort, and looking up quickly obaerved "that ?he was atanding nlono. Her husband " had vanished into air. She has come to the "conclusion that it was the matorialized spirit "ofher flrat husband." It is niiperlluous to roinark that this is a PhtftUog and aJMgaabM weird denourment; but it ia inuch moro than that, for i/true (lt is p?:ilia]m necensaiy to cin jiha.si/c the oondition) a brand new visla is hereby opened, down which are ranged a striking assortinent of noTcltiea in domestic and social catastrophes. Ihidegrooinu have vanished liefore, but not thus. We havo all beard of matoriulizatioui also, but they have been ju.lieioutly conliiicd to the 6?-auce-rooiii, and sceptics have complained that they nianifested u lack of purpose. Ilut if spirit bridegrooins are to revisit the pale glinipw?s of the mcon, clothed in bo perfect a fac-simile of tlosji that their relicts cannot distinguish b(?tween theni and inortals, and if they are to resutue the doim stic relationa of life in ao far as to eiiciinivent the aforosaid relicta, only to leave them in the lnrch by the inost uuDriiicipled and hcartlcss dematerializa tioii at the chtirch door, uhat aecurity or assuranco cau there bo any more foiever jipiinst such post-morteiii pleasautriesT Nor is it widows ulone who are menaced by this thorou^hly illeK'itimate inixitiK-up of two st.itcs of heing. Np'iistcrs will have lo deviae moans of testing the aolidity aud permaucucy of their Buitors, aml Sclence will be ealled upon to invent. new methods of detecting materialized spooka who wonld a-courting go. Aud it is not every widow who desires further relations with tho dear deparr-ed. Cag lioatro inade his great<*st hit by announring that he was going to resurrect tho dead in a French couiitry churchyard. All the heirs, all the wuloivs, thronged to tho magician, and paid him laviahly to let their dead rest. Tho moral is obvious. Tho matcrialization of husbamls would not as a rulc be popular, and tho uncertaiuty of their demuterializntion would produco a BBB8I of painful tension both in the donicstic eirelc and aociety. OB the whole, therefore. tho best that can be 1u>ih><1 ia that the Macon iliapatch <lid not relal<-facts; and tliis conclnsion will, fortunately, bo more easily reaehed by tho majority than ita extremely distreasing and perturbing contrary. What n great country this is ! Knirland has her Mahdi, Franoe her Tonquin, Marrioi his Boo 8ul vadnr and Nicaragua, Canada h?-r Manitoba, Rus sin her Afuhanistan, but when the Unite.l Htntoa wanta to sit down on an Oklahnma booim-r, all that is iiccessary ia to iaauea proebunation. Aniidaf the cniahof matti-rand tlie wreek of world", all we ncod do is serenely to inauiifacture the nicatis for ciiir sister natioas to destioy thouiselvea with. --a Nothing illuatratca the siniplicity of Oeneial Grant's imture more clcarly than hia tostiuiony tluf "ittook BM two davato behevo it waspos tdble that Ward had cominitted the act he had." -? T_0 thcory of total depravity has au'aiu been rtidely attacked by facts whieli go far toward prov iug tliat no hunian croature ia without its tpasfc of g..o.l laint, p.-tha,ps, but still visible. Popular juiL'im ut M well-ingh uiiauiinou- i" condeiuiiitig lh.- traiii| aa hopelesaly wi< ke.l, aiul a boOBf to whorn any beeotiiing emotion ia aa odioiis as a bath. Vct t'rotn B North Carolina town couies tho jrratify mt: BtOTJ that B traum. who was bOBBj BBoltOBod by two lone w.niicu, IOOB ia his iniirht aud alew a iindnight iiitruder who attonipUil to rob hia l-in.l protcctors. _ Iiiics its virtiu- f.-iil so BQOBi H ro is this early riMug Ailiiiiiiis'iati-iii aln-idy twn-? too lato to R.-t ? in.--s.-i_i- totha S.-nnte ln-f.irc it adj.mnis. An.l yet the Senate ib>es not nieet nntil iioon, and fll ITorMbsaflBB- that Ha Aiiuunisiration ibbb with tha iluwii aml milkcd its rows 88-818 brcakfast. If tlu- Kast Kiv.-r eoiitinuoB to be th* roooptaelo for tona of rafooa nn-l BaA4t0dff_B_B iliily, Iha aulo of cjuiume ooght to be prodigioua this auuitncr. ? Wluitcvcrfault POflBBMOtOB POBISBB OttJ Bad with tha tii-scit-ti-M. >.f hia Miigwiunp liieiids. ho imi-t a' la-ia-t IM s ifisli.d witii tli.-ir zcal. lh, Sm-York liiii'i, wliicb NBBBB to have taken hia BBBB iu hand, hoabroaghtaa Brgnnaaattobooi apoa tha Praat ib-nt thal ia tatj bha Ha 7W-. lt boo dioaarBBod tour Kiurlialiii.cn, wIhwh BOBB88 h.ivo probubiy nevcr bOfOBO boOB licard BBBB thia si.lo >>f tlie water, ?ho U ?>! fv to Mr. roaiBoa'a pBodoAaial BhataatBt. Nothing < l08 "liMiM ba BOOdod 0 ith thia Adiiiiuis tration toaeenre hia rcappotntiuent. If lm auits foiur IbB-MbBOO und tl.e Mtigwump* tlie c iw ahnuld Ih- coiiaidcri'd shUIimI. [Vct wo hopa Th. Ii,,,.-'* aiipp.irt will imt ilcatniy Mr. lVarson's ahaaaBa] _ _ JahB K.-Hy'* (OttMOaOBri fr.un the laodatoUp of Tninmutiy lialltHtiot 1 ik< !v totaha the ahapo of uu UKsltftiuiciit to Mayor (iraee. ? - - Ai aoedtag to tlu- projectora oi Iha Itapaasd brfdaja ?oiaaB tho Baal Btvor al Maahwoll. blaad. the work will be lintalic.l wiihin u few years. It would 1?. a ijihhI tliniK foi the city if such W.-ro th<- 00-0. ThfOagb rapld tianait i<> paiota <>n Loag laliml woubl liuliic.. inuiiy poBBOBB 88* living in New .'? | -.-. tu . .-iiiru t'. their OWB st..t<- and pav taxos in Vu Vork _OtOOd ?.f NewJer-cy. Tbo pmj.-ct is to billbl MM bridge on tli<- catltibivcr plun, BBBB-Bg BBB of IiUckwt-U- UUnd to BhOOOM tho apana. llio . ..-t waaal ta aaJhra ftooilo-o. tha amoxaoaAad .ui BBB llmoklyn HridB<\ Capltallata are aaid to atmiil r-ady to anl tlie mt'-rpriae as 1000 BB the bill aaw bafOco tha Laatolaiora ia atgaod 'Jbj tao Oar. .-.ii.ir. A acrond brld?e to I.oiir laBBBd BBOOM tO ba ii.ot.-li.vitnu- to capitalista than thOOtTOOdod North BaTBB tui.iicl projiH.-t, Wo aba rvc that tnaiiy of our DbbBBBCBBbI cun tcui|Kirarica aro prinliujc the politieal obimary of HoaatoB Mahaaa Ihoy Batsht Battai wait oatfl Virtcniia paya b.-r tlehta, In one of hia charucteriatie lottOBB to hla antiipie cbiiin, Mr. PUh, t\nllimnd Wiud iiiak.a this tont-li DiK BJBOBjll " I fis>l that you can appn-ciate my de airc ns a yountr man 81 gahl thnt pOBOt where in <>bl au<- 1 will have but to ait down aiul enjoy tbe re aulia af my work." Mr. Ward couhl not <-nt< rtain any BBBM ruaa.mablo dBOaTB, nor one the publlc la more biclined to trratify. In fs.i. it woubl be a ahaiue to make Imu wait till he la old iMiforo ha r?-ap? the full reward of hia work. Ile ouh'ht to have it now, and Sing riing would be juatthepb.ee whero hla cuterpriao couhl cv|mik1 itas-lf to the beat satisfaetion of bia eoiiutryineti. ? ? i Thero ia talk of uenig electricity t<> protu-l the Pridire caiB, if the experitiutita now beinu mado by thedevatcd roada ahould prove auuccsaful. That would aolve a dilllciilt problein, na the awitch eiud'iea wnuld no loni^er be DOOdod. It would savo time, OSpOBOB and luimii anee. I'.lectrlcity is BOO eOOOfolll iiaed to propel cars in QOfOBOajf and Ire land, and then- aoeiiia to l>? no roaaou why it ahould uot work well on tlu- BridfO. It lo eotnfortiliK to tlu-loveraof oysDls to relbrt that, althoiufh BBBM al th" faiuillar BBBIBBB of H.ipply have failed, now B0B808B are projectod to UKik. paod thetleliciei.cy. f< harlcaton, B. ('., ia now nirdiiiK up her loiua with a viow of raiainj: the ji.coi.ipai ahlB bivalve for tho inarket. The (lorbaiao ^eu'a and Ctmrtm argoaa tbol jtha vab is ncar tbat city are BOll BO-fiad 89 BfBBBf ciilt.tre, iuhI tells whoin It may conceru that ? no Induatry in tbe w oi ld perhaps so well roj aya t he in \ rst inent of a bttlo time und labor troperly applieiL'' Not Ioiik airo a abrewd olmerver roiuurked to aome Southcrn rongriasiueu that tln-ir aection would lw better otf if it raised " less h?11 and moro Iioks." ofcourso bofli as tliua BBBd is a Keiieric inclmliui; oystera. We wiah Charlestoii a huv BBMBBBB of aBBBBBB B ith her new induatry. Lol 00 bOBO that heroyatnra may be so ilelicious aa to make good the lo.vs oi tlie vaiiiuhed ? aaddle roi k." PEB80NAL. Thla la Yunity Fn.r'a u.-a.-rlptlun ot Mr. \\". 1.. F.irst.-r'a aciithing uttack upon hla funuur BBBaBfOaB ln i.ie deluito mi the tuotloii tB cci.a.irc the Ouvcriin.eut tor lla illa i.atroiiB work ln the HouJan: "Hoiiao orowdud iikuIii (turlnp l*r-ji Mujor Furatcr'a aONtoagM OpOB I'rli.ic Mml illi r. liiillcrica puckial. IXveralon cauaed hy luilc|>eu dent'Btriii.K.r, VfeOfBaBfeBa ln VaortOg hut. Tiluiiii.tiitiit.iy jK.ltita to inciuhcra 80 lOBB of Jlei.-c wluu c\iio?tuhU?d with. ticiitiy paoaoodad ta ratlia BnO'lCoJorlMajBM with wortla uf cncouiagi-inent to furmur cullcagiiea and lurea thcm on. Klulalics hy ivuilliui them tu rlhhona. Buggad ilgurc awaylua: rrmn al.l? tu ahia. -..:.? or <Iry ohucVlea. Wlhl halr aweeplao aeroaa ateuily ejea. Vulce liuW uplltUxl, l.iiw alnklliK iillnnat tu whlaper. i ni.iii.-i.? poaaaa thca tho eaofBaaa i" JiiiIrc Thoinas J. Mackey.ut Hoiith Curullim, whu hua been actliiK aacuiiuacl lorOcuorul lln/ei. hi.rure tliec.nirl martlal, ia, anya The I MlaAeljthin Rrcord, " a very ipieor r.-lluw. iIi- la uu chl.-rly iiiiin, hut hla liuir aml u.iiat.iche aroatlllJctliluck.ii.il hia eyea aro aa ph-rclUK aaever. II. Is ,i iiiuii ut cxcellent ul.lllty aud |Oad oducatlun, with a ni.Mtt rciiiurkHhh) tluw uf wonla. Ho can talk for thrcchoura wlthuiit atopplug fur hreath. BaootBt Mur gau, of Alahauia, la the ei.ly other l.iiin ln WaahliiKl"'. wl.iicuii liutlila. Mackny la a iiiuii uf C-ccll.-i.t rmully, tao> and very pruiiil al lt. Oue oNila ncar relatlvea wua the hite Dr. Mariou si.na, or New -Yurk, whose ineiuulra Jii.Ikc Mack?y lacumplllug. I'ullke uioatof tho mmiiIi . i n ? .ln l_. -.' lli. ?'..! Kciiile'.uoi li.ia a i U'hl tu hla tllle. Th.-y luuke .ludA'ca uut of all aorta af n.utciiul Mouth ua WelUaNurth. Muck.-y wuaa \ary gmsljudgc, l.y tho wuy." I ,u I-. la prcacutly lu hl.iaauin oa tho ruao wilh tuhleta iiC; xcl tu \ .it Imu hmiscs lu hoi.or oi BjBOMB rcal.loiita ot llluatrluua lubiuory. Pron.liieut iiniuug tleiu will he : No. 15 Kuo Hellochuaae-to llcrnardln do 81. Plt-no aulhorof" I-uluud Vliidnia"; No. I Hue Fursteii hcrg?to i:iuf.iu- I>elacrulx, pulntor ; No. :t!> Kuo ltlehe ii. ii t-i IuiImi oi. phlluaopher uu.t wrlter (aiilhur uf tha " EuryclupHt.lla") i No. M BOO de lu Cliuiiaac^-d'Aiitlii Io (iuaeral loy, tha grcut I.lh.-rul orator ; No. IM IU luo du lllcheiicu lo Lavulalur, Iho cUoailal , No. lli Kuo dcs BfaatflO tO Manuel, the Llheral orator ; No. 38 Rue Vital-tu Henrl Manlu, the hlstoriau; No. 2 Bae Dan mule-to Francola Mignet, hlatorlau ; No. 4_ Rue do la rhaiiasee-d'Antln-to Mlral>eau i and No. 11 Rue ue Montparuaaac-toC. A. St. Beuve, poet aud critlo. Tho Rev. Rcglnald Barnea, Oordon's moat tntiraato frlend. rolatea how ho made the ncqualntance of the liero of Khurtuuiu, at I_iusanne. " For aaaaa daya I did nut know hiMiuuie, and even after I did it did not ooeur to mo that ba might he the famoua' Chlneso' (iordou. One day heluvitedine tohlsruom. I notlcod aome atrange documcnta on the table. ' You have been iu Pnlestlne, and know Arahh-,' ho aald ; ? look at tho.se papers.' I took acveral aud glancud at tucin, hut aoou lald thcm .lowii, rnmarki l that I kn..w very llttlo Arahlo. ' They arodeath w.uranta,' he aald. I wua ao stuilled that I ex elalmed, ? Daatk wairaati I wi.v, arbaara jroo f ' l>?n t you kuow tue I'he unawcred. 'I havo he.iu liovcrnur Danatal af the Soadaa and atiu aaariaally ratan tho poaltion ; hut iiothiiit; now rcinains ror uie hut to stgu thaaa pogaao~thal wiu en<i it.- " TIIE TALK OF TIIE UJ F. Th* rhitwl'lphia Tlmn is aatoulshod to learn that Wlllimn Wulter ItOBJB la not tho onlv famoua man of that i.aii.e. The Timrt lacka philosopby. Thla ia nn cra of polltirs when mushiooiua crow over uljrht to the altltudeof plnoa. The now JMnlster to Lugland, ahlo lawyeraaho ia, doea reaemlilo a tiiualirooin in ouo re _I..-. t vhai ho faBa Into puUtiea?ho haa dono hla gruwlng lu tho -ha.il-. " When I want my chlldren tomlnd." anld Popinhiy, " I .lou't atop to e.iplaln the MaOOM to'cui. IJuatput my foot down, and tbut's the cnd of lt." ?'Oh, well," ic'-pomied Bloi.i, ahacnt-miiidcdly, "thal aovaratha _rou.nl. ..r ooune: there is no uoed of explauitiou. (Uuillugton Free Treaa. Nuone haae\cr beeu able to tell why one aldo of a street ahould bo bclter for hualneaa purposes than the other aldc, hut lt la a tuct, neverthelesa, In thla city tho v. r-t si.Ie or the strenta ruiinlug north and ao.ith, and tho south ahlo or the strccts runuing cast und weat sacui to be the favorltce. The Democratic famllles of the landare tuodclllng their boaaehold arraaaanwata on the White lloua<; plaav Many ot thcm have dlamls.aed a I.'rld.et or two, and otli.-is gct aloag wltl. the Itrhlgot pcr.sonilled iu BM hcadof the hoii-chulding ultuir.a. " \N'Uc, aul.l a (jonuluc old l'.ourbon. " Ilcreafler we ahall have bnokZaet at 8 o'clock aud heglu tho day'a bualotaa with proinptncsa." " Wc'vc bOBO ealliig breuk/ast all along at a qiiartcr bafoto aorea. ir you t__a_yaaeaa get aloeoby loaiug ?Ii bOOf aai B oa inor every day. I'djaat as lluf try It." The aaaaa old anaagaaaoata aaattaaa.?[EwtfaN Paat There are now tour artealan wella ln Aabury l'ark, the averagc depth oi whlch la about 480 fect. The WBter whlch Bowa from thcm Is excclh-i.t. Phlla.lclplila now cluliiia to bavo a populatlon of over u luillloii aoi.la. And yet thla MgtOWB -tlckatntlie BBBOO iittl...al. uae town awlndle of aix-cent car farea.? ITrei.ton BtataOaaaata. Tho MOgwoaaaa aro now baogoolog ta oajr that oftoroQ iligglua ia not ao black as he la painted. N. lthcr ia an uthor gaaQaaaoo who is aald t<> Ba g?iug ahoal as u roar lagUoa, Tho Miiuwuinpa are welcome to all tho com fori they can get oui of thla alatciiici.t. TIIK B_JUB_ H.-rc the elaahtiig nf the clana, Ho.irhon clana, B li.it i llau.c ot (llaconteiit Ih.-lr hlgh utnlilll'in fans! II.iw lli.-y taitl-. tsttle. tattle with a ncver-tlrfnir month, While U.c corruapoudeuta prattlo of tho Clvii Kervlco l.attlc witu tho tpoUamen aCIBa Boath Maklng fuu, fim. fun uf Rafonuar 1-udlntoa, uho appaara un boooat apauit-1 uild tho boogl)rMooo> ai.d-tana or the rliii.a, clu.ia, clana, clana, clana, clana? or the anaagU-g aad thcjaugiiug Boarboa clana. II. ar the huwllt.g nf ttaLOOO. Jnhn Mcl_>an. Ai.a ihe .,?..>? l Borpraaaad <>r Pav-c, Banrj Pajraal They are aorely dlaappolatad aud ara uatag arorda of aln Thal tholr Orover, tlie auolutcd, uow haa PpOdlOtOP uppolnt.-d To tlu- nii-aion at liorlin. Ilow they l.owl, howl. howl, lliteriultttng With B growl, W hile the De.i.oi TBtlc " klda," Jol.it.._ iu tl.e aad refrulii. Bwear wlil. Payaa, I'avne, Pavnc, Payno, Payuc. Payne, And the diaappuintcit Bdltof llaLaaa. --(C'oluinhiin (i 'hioi Wspatch. The hymnwrlter of The L?ul$ri!le Courur-Joumal la rpctrutea the IBHOWlOg I ?? lu <;.m1 we truat," the (lollftra aay, Aml Clevelaod'a g..t a i" a ; At luat t.? baavei aa*ia aa Iha way, Tho pearly itato-a wo'll \lew. llie loadWlflb lalandcrs are golng cra/y over ro.ler ?kadOg, K\ea the lepera aro lenrnlug tu cut plKeon ? :u. - aa tha rM4j arhoala. A illati!i_..l-ln-.l (OUaa tOWaaOOM la ?..in_ to aettle down in Taxaa. It would be very gratifyli.gtu bia many frlenda ir be wouhl aetti.- ap u BlaaaaOfHaa -~_B_#. h.wnl.hi K> puhll.-au. Accunllng tu the 1...-.H p-.p.rs I?mlaville la IBBOBBJ an OBOOffoMa iiotorh-ty for the liuiuhor of criiuet which ir. aaaaaaHtad la it. Iha trouuie aaaoaa to ba a laxity iu the adiiaiiiair.ii.oi. ..r justlco. In the ajirlnx thn fenntln r_l.iie.it Lookl unr.Miiinou s.id and aolemn ; II. the apitn- tl.e dry Kotxla iiierchant t'ro\\d.i the a.lvartlslng colunin. ?[Sprlngtlcld I'lilon. In the Town of W irwlck, lu llho.le laland, la a bouUlcr mi poiaed on another rock that a paaoao st.unllng ou lt can roek lt froni alde to alde. Wheu it la rocked a dull l.ooinlng aoimd la irtven out whlch can be hear.1 furmllea uver Iha oii.itry ou a atlll BBght. A legetid aaya that ln thla manuar the Imllana wero accuatumed to auuiiuun th. Ir warriura to couiiclt at thla place. Aa Mr. nevfland la now uiaklug aoniauy rotliictlon In u.c axaaaaaa of tho Govarament, evaa tu turulnx uwij ai; hut IhlOa of the Whlto Houae hoi-M'a, we are amboloaaad to make a aaBgoattoa. Why not dkaaaaa wilh all. aud 111! their plaee-u ith mule.st 'I he mule la u bardj aud pata nt i.e.i-t. can ha huiight ein-aiajr than tiio horsc, aud keitt for !??.?>. A li?r... Broold atarve to death hImtc a mule would grow rat. It ta tnw a uiille will klok, but Prealdent t'loveland, hy cluaoly ohaervlng lta bablta, woald iie iwtter ptapaiad t.< m.-et tha wrath m enrafad aad diaappotalad oBtoa aaahata aiterabit. Try mule-, by all BOOMO ?[IVorla Tranacrlpt. Mlnlster Phclp* aaya that when ho sweara hy Yalo Col l.>?e he truata that la an oath on which tho HecurdniK Augel will drop a tear. Now really, if ho wanta part of hla rea<>r.l blutted out, be would betleraak the augel .i.'ert-a.ii'l to expunge certam reuiarka about Ahi.il.au. Iiucolu wnlch he BtJaBBd aome twenty yeara ago. a Boathan PnahytaBBB ataigjaMM thua wrttes in TAc lntrri.tr ahuut the OOBBOOai '"Our a(? clal relatlui.a are auch that we refuae to In.-or porata Bm aagi.lato our aara oraoak annatoaa. Baaaa or our ehurches are reluctaut toadinlt th.-ai to uieuitiet - ahlp, and lu none of our ptaabytatrlaa are our colorod uilulaiera ullowisl tu take part lu the pr.M-cedlngB. Wo >vin not onnolaaonnaaartarajrthal looaa lowaia Boctai eip.alliy. I a... OOl tulkiug about lnUiui.irrl.ige. \Miat we uiCMii by am.lal e.|uailly la auch au intcrchango of ?oelal courteaies ua reco.nUea no dltferonce ln ratiK he tween the partlaa. We will not c.niae.it to thla. Th.-li Boclal aph<-i-o muat nut only be aeiiarate hut InferioE. Wa inaiat. aad aaaaa te inaiat.th.it in our latarooaiaa Wtth thO negroea tl.clr aoctal lufcriorlty ahall be iaoOB> nl/.cd. Tlila uur.tcudly auclal rolutluu Llndura rellgioua wuikaiiiong thaaa." MCSIV. TIIK KVMl'HONY SOCIF.TY. Thi- fotirth eonceit of the Syiuphony Socicty, longdclaycd bytho death of I?r. Dauiroach aml tho op.rullc encagenieiits of Mr. Walter D.ilu ruach and bia hand ln the Woat, touk placo laat nig'ht lu tho Motropulltau OgBBB Houae. It waa the ti rat tlme that th.< vaal theatro hail beeu uac.l for ui-chestral mualo aliuo tho Wagnor con eerta of Mr. Thutiiaa a year BgB noxt muuth, and there waa rtonie ciirtualty tu teat the avallablllty of the houso fur ordlnary coucort piiri-sca. A Judlcluua .!Up..s.i;ni. or the hand lu frout uf the curtatu. whioh waa kept down, removod the hludrances to aucceas whlch were felt laat April when a great voluuie of aaoai waa awallowed up hy the vaat rigging luft that extemlcd upwiinla it humtrnil fret abovo the beada of tho per forii.cr.a. The distluctuuaa with whlch tho luualo uoiild b? hcard laat ulght in all portiona of tho audlence ruom leicept tho alde atalla ln the tlrst few rowa, whore the aminil from Ihe vurloua cl.olra of tho hand atrlkoa tho the car B-OgaBBltg) dOBBBMBntai agaln the fact that th.- acoiiatlc propi.rlloauf uur now opora h iuao aro a*I inlrai.le. The pio.niiiiine uf tho concert waa aa followa : BoaajBOOf mi', No. 9...aehnbert Itare-roUa ?.rta.nt--.aeua Com .a utiutk r.ir plaaoftaM... ?-????.^ eber Miaa iannv lllnuiullelil. Hvti.ph.inlc l'.'.-iu. "htii llu.iiii-.i?i hlacht." lafter huuhlluclli.l.U/.t Iu the.-..- aolcctloua Mr. Walter Dauuux-h mado hla llrat laaal .??-.o aa couduotor of au orcheetral ooucert. ll.-arly recugnltluii of the inanlfesl tal.-nla or tho young man haa BBBB aaa_gaOad from all uuhi_.sodJu.lgca by ihe work wlitcU he did lu the uoiid.ictoi'a chalr ut tho opcra atter the death of his falhcr. Uo ahowcal then that ho had the atiltf lu hlui out of whlch couductors itre mado, aud though mithlug that hedid laat nlght, or at tho publlc rehearaal uu Krl.luy aftornooii JuatllliMi extravaxaneo of pralao or p.oiulae, muoh of hla work deaervea commendutton. Ho did uut veuturo rar ln the daugcruua walnn of orchoa tral couductlng but I'cuiaiucl cloae to the llfo-llnca. Tho n. liuli.it a> u.phony la not only aa cloar aa crystal but Is ulau ut tho llugera' enda ot all llrai-claaa Inatru inci.liillsts. Thn Itaicaroll of H.iint Sui'ns la a novelty, but ouu that pi.-c.il. uo diltluulllea uf iiiterpirtatluu ; ln fact It la au lualgnltlcaiit btt of wrlflug fur B.i.ull eichcatra with hnip. :..? I contribuicd ex treu.ely nule to tho prugraiuuio. Tho Wohcr ptaaoforta eoaoano la ain.uat baokaayad, aml (ha a\ u.pl.oMlc poein can be u.ude tu go ir Ihe lline ho ludl CHlcd m Ul. a llrin hcat. Mr. ll.iuil'uaeh liaa .such a beat, Ihi.iicli he doea Uot l.elp It by hlahlthlt of wlhlly wavlllg hla left an... Tha varioua ui.ivnu.outa of tho ayiuphouy wero ,i.i-ii witb atetidiueaa and prectaion, hut * wilh a iiiiuiiiiuin of oluathlty :>.. I a moat notlceable luck of fcollug aud 14)ii4* eular. lu a aaoaial way thla la truo alao uf the or chealntl WOrit lu the other uu.iiher.s nl tl.e achouie, and If the faotoi eoatrlbutad i.y tho tahaaaat araakaeaa of aome portiona ot tha i.and ba aui.tractod tlu- raaalaaac will repreaci.t ihe auin uf the liiiitorfectioua chargeablo ag.tlual tho yuuthful ounduotur. Mr. Duuiruaeli la olover, well-gruuuded lu thoory, haa luige 1 capabllitloa and great connueure iu uia power?.Hni t j futuro wlll open a wlde iiel.l ot uaefuliKae f.r :,m, in New-York Clty. Belicvinu tliia. are rearet all tba iiiora thopolleyof tbe dlreetora of tho Syuiph-mv -,- t irlu at-BudonliiKtho laat concertof tlie ptojectcl >.r , ? ,,?),lir to t'.ui young lu.iu'a inteudod d.p.irture f.ir Eiiro|K>. Htieh a cotiree tenda to inuke u uraut iiistitntlna aeeni dopen.tont upim a aiiujle lu.llvi lu.il. In th" <uae .,f men of eoiuuiuudliiK tale.it uu.l p. i uliiir ftif ta, tlHa Mr Thomaa or Hr. Dnniroach, auch u dejktiun.ey ,< wH proj.ullcliil, liut iu thla cuae we .'car tba iu Ineui e - ,!i,., found to I.o illaiutwatiujr. lualitiulotia iiae tln- Or itor .? and Synipliony 8oc letiea bavo. u mlaelon whleh luaktM tii.'iu greater than tbeir direetom. ir tln lutter could st.ind the almck of l)r. Danir .-rh'i donth lt ouiflit to bo able to fullll Ita oblltfail Klvln;? one eaarirl lu tbe ubaenco of W.ilti r Daurrawa. MM Hioouiilcid's perfornaacoof the plaaefortetaa> ecrto pmented many polnta of exrelleiica but they were Mfl BUiklag inaii iu her Blairtag of tMHfluaalt mb> certo ou tlui ooruaioii of her iir.it uppparutH-a I ln New-York. soino of tho b?as waa dirmUy trur. iii.le t.i tln- dllTcrciice ln lu.IU. ti pi.rtiou alao to au obvioua difl'ereuo.r or fceliii-f tov.ord tlie Coinpo-iltimH Tm HflaaetlaaaflflrMM plaiuly one la wMflbaaflteaa, tlrely at bi.iuo ; tba Wabar work Iflloafl faiuiii.ir to her and ahe aptironched It leaa rourt.letifly. 81111 h.-.p,. foi tiiam-e of It wna hrllliant on lta tocholeal eido und iier raartlag IneM thraaghoM. the xeif M1NIATMM to exglaxd. BM (?WX P IMTICAI. CilARAClTR AS BfettPOTBB IJf Btl MTtafATB OF I.INCOI.N AM) TIIK II1KOM OF TIIK WAIt rOa THV. I'MIIV. On Friday Thr Xnc- York M'/j/J, "utider a Burlinstoii, Vt., BM Mne. printed an cluboraedeacr.u tloii BBdealegy of thoperaou, cuaracter aud MMM of li.lward J. PMfpa, th? new American Minlater to F.nst laii.l. To tuost MMMM oue of the nioat MMfMBMg P'jlnta of thla nrtlole BM the long quotation from a ajifeeh which Mr. I'helpa dell verud beforo .1 eoiiferenrc of Demo crafa on the evenlng of Aujuat .r>, 1*0-1--daitag tbe Preahluntlal caiiipalgii. Oareful luveafliratloa ou behalf ol lh, Wortd f.nli-il to diacover the allghteat cvidence that the apeaker waa falaoly reportod. On tbe contrarr. Mr. I'helpa nnverileuled tho accuracy of tho report. and " liiirlliiKtou aaya that .he u.i.liiuliU-illy dld .lelivnr lt" Juat aa It waa reprodueed In Thr Untland Ilmtld in lssO, when Mr. Pbelpa w.ia runultiK for tbe (jovercioraliip of Vermont. Wo coph .1 the othor .lay aome aentences froni thla Bpaaai aa tlicj wero <pi?t>'<l ln RM '"iry?rk Timrt tlurlliK the campaiKu of l-so, and here are a few more: Vouran l'l-ini'miiei- a.s well a-, I how lonjr atro it waa when llicre uu.l M M BMfl/aMapMafflfl) aatMrwaaj ernt /?;?(? arvaad Uu nrnntry uiaMvtf waaf thry ralitt uw,' tioii?| lauk'hterj? uml ? -lirty litto n t thry trcrr, m BM "II knoir. 1 Baaawed Mnanterd i'lmj wouid r one araaad the eountry aud tliek up thiir dirty IMlr handbWn aml hare a mretiny. Well, there woulit uot l?>' many tlure txeepfl a li'W Mti.uu- iiiiiiile.l wiituiu. [laagBter ' Well, they wouid have i ?;oo.l tliue, if they could itct rld of tlie lioya, bai thry WOOld throw rotteu SgBB and they voaM ihI. mm of ti..-ui ,,ii; of towi aaofl tn ? vfetM oa a ruil. and then there wouid l?e an awful row about ,'ree ipeceh liiliik' luvmled, ete. . . . Will. rrrn'Krn, when Abr>ih<tm l.inr'dn, thin he, >iti< tb-rat,- bark roitntry i0tornry?';f.t la,,-,'and lau.'litor Ihr m-in tm/to. ,il \ip>m n peopl. 1/A0 did not kninc him by a M "/ pflflaaflMM who dt! /.unn him. vdhont mi- riiiylr quolijlcutiin for a MaflBBBBBS??M) MM , not ',nr -uiii 11 Ufl WM liMiiguruted BBd ato.al Ihere BB the C'.ipltol stejia aH'l ret-elvoil the oath of oiriee at tlio handa of tlie v?BaMBbM C'hief Juatice, lt WM BOt Mfl MM th.-ii. even thouzh the peopln of tlie ?>otith, flXflUed, uliiriue.i, w.re looklujf thla way aud tli.it, mi each one n^ikliiK his aelgbbor, waat ia gotna t?. ba MM f . . . liut if you liaM-m,t ifnt MMMgt of it, theti co atraluht ,,n ln the jiaih whleh tlua Ailioliilatratiou pr>> poflflfl to vou lf they cau ne<|,ine a new I. a-.- of power at your haada Bead tba raal <>f your anildraa dawa to tbe MBagatflr froM wblch tnari aw so nw reMralag too* atepa?aarry ap taa MpaBM of iivIhk, af rear dally bfflfld, uutil you bavfl a pop.il ition moat of whleh ia he glanlng to Itiid oat what aurvation ineana: eurreiidi r to an Adiuiiiiatratiou whl.h iilrrady pimaeasea every ela melit Of BBBfaaaMa but ita Blaatty I ^irc thr rr$t of y<oir l/roo'i ty to liilt nthrrnttof thi* mem of til-'uintth ,1 hiiiii/ini/oii'to thr tkirtfij thie war. . . Well, CoUKr.si bm already aboUahad the .ouiniutatiou, nnd how aaMl tlie aabfltltatfl hualneaa I Why, we aie MMflBatttl .vory part of the worl.t to buv BigMraaM taaaaMiM f>>r kuIh atltulea. Tliat'a wliere you are icettlnif your brflflpa You have had ahout ^'00,000 In tlie country nnd yoo cau't gat tli.'in aay BMM IM have aot to hiiv),>ui troups, and the 11..-11 that you ar*. uble to bayaMI pr.-tty 1111 -.? rabll ?.t. Now lt ia propnaed to exteriuinaM thaac Soiiiheni ji.o;.le with ll.at kln ' of atiltf. We have tn,t ineeefldod lu aoiag it with our own nutlve atock. We are iroi.ix to do It MM with tkoflfl II. - < tii.it we havo l.oii^lit up. evcry mau of whoiu re qBlrflfltwa nton to cuanl him. . . . Ii taa Oodof our fathaH Ma not utterly deserttsl ua ?Bdtdotl't thluk he baa?I t'nnk that th.- Ood than jilant.-il thla Lolony ln the wilderueta and led It h> tha hand ull lt waa the tlrat N'allou ou the faee of tbe MMaj Ull lta plain deatlnv waa (o irathi-r t.i/ethor all the ua tlonaof the world -thr u?d that did thot it Bflt laiag B ''< it uolo ruin torthe mjffntndizrmrnt ofa muierablr, dirfy totofpohtteiant. . . . Aud 11 it la fcoliiK to Im- at tempt.'.l t<> Hiirrottiiil the haiiot-liot with bayonet<, tlu-a they ara aoiiitf f> aee the l.liriceat HKht? they eror aaw. [Uproariooa appUoaa]. Aud I don't aay that In th* aplrlt of thoae uli-'Ittlo-ilat MaMWMM alwuya liur ralniii: r<>r a wur that they don't .lare enguge ln. I BBBrl ?ay 11 la that light. LAMAR'S TlilHITE TO A DASTARDLY OUT LAW. From Tht PM tVO (iraphir h<m. and ardent Admtnit. tration.) Secret.iry L.unar, in ordering the flag over the lutenor l '? o utno-ui to Ue iu.\e.?l at half-uiaat and In ?napflodtog puldic huaineas In hotior of the BBMBM I M BXsweretarr Jacob Thouipaon, ?ommltteil a ?. 1 error. <tu.. doiihtloaa, to the momemary forsetfulucas ot liieonteatai.ie hiatorieal fa.-ts. Jacoh Thompaoii of MlaaNalppt had pluoed hluiaelf iMjnnd the Boaadfl of rtvillzattou by aelf-confehwd .4. :* ot ura.iu aud liiccndUn-lii. ooMlBlttfld uuder hl- ordera aud illrection In Xorilieru cltiea durlio; the Ctvll War. (??itaiii iiKHles of warfare are docmed BMBM und Ifgltlinatfi undei' the uaaces of ru t oat 11 un an.l the rulea of 1 ni.Tiiutinii.il law. Ilurnlnif. cltiea, far remove.1 frotu tbe aeat of war, hy atealth and Iiy ineuus of Greek tlre, cxploalvea nnd tmehea ln tho hand-. of 11011 eoiuuilaainne.1, uneulUted coi'licrt iiueonui'cted witb any oriratilzed mllitarf fataa M rommand, waa n?t war uot IcKltluiate wurfure. It Involved the deatntotton of iion-eoiul.iitanta wttjottt uotlce to wlthdraw froiu BBBOMj uud the burultiK to death of HaMBBBal af irin-i Bflal ehildren aud wou.en. an.l the criuiinally wnntoa de-triiitlon of fOod, elothluK aud otlier projiert) uot ln any BBBM eoutrnliaod of wur. J.icot. Thoiuimou's ,-kU an.l niin... ??M ^.r.'.-uoly i.l.-iitleal in their uature wltb the MMM MM ati'l monatrona MMM of the .tjnauil'.fl oiitluwa B'bo undertook to deatroy puhileaud prlvaia tirnperty aud inu.'.'.'iit Uvea lu I.ou.lou MMMl of New Vork hy almlltir tueatia. Thoiupsou'a oBeneea are dertuad lu the orliulual lawa aa araou; hla borrible work waa tha work of an lneendiary, an.l he xbould huve bc-eu t ried und ?? nt.-'i. e.l to the Pcn'.tentlary aa auch. He la .iiiltle.l to .10 botiora aml 110 marka of reapect froni a pMt (ioverninent whlrh he trleil by sucb luauuiun aud auch daslardly means to deatroy. CHARLES o'CON'OK's B0OB8 AMD FEE3. iBr-.Sriia.'.o Cre.iinrr in Ihe I'ltittn. Thfl lalfl of ( harlea O'c'oiior'a llbrary only realixod ,*7,(Maior if8,OO0. l'rohatily the hooka ooat tlvo tlu.ea the aiuouiit. But they w.re old faahioned. There aro new faahlOBe ln Law. lt aeeina, ua ln aptiutf bonueU. By the hy. 1 hear that the Mrgflflt foe Charlea O'Conor over ro.'.lv.d wua hla liut. It waa pald him !>y Keferee liuu g\tn, 011 the purlltlou uud BNfl <>f BM Juiucl eatate, and iiiii.iiiiiteil t-i a eh au caah flOO.OOO. It caiue out ot Nelaon Chnae'a one-half of that eatate. The otber one halfof that eatate tioea to tho Krencb helrs, whow.ru 1. ;>,???<? ?nt.-.l l>) Matuuls de Chauibruu aud tbo late lajrl ?. Cbatflold. rOMPI.IMKNTS AMONO FRIEXD8. From T\e lluflUu t'tiurirr, A..?i? i.nuft of Prttident OtflMMi lly way of VetiiniliiK 11 ci'iupliuient let ua aay to Ihe SiW-York himt llml it? arjcuuicut that tbo appoiutiueut of a l>eiuocr?t iu ploeeof Mr. 1'earaou aa poatmaater of New-Vork Cliy wcuhl pMpaN Clvil BMTtM MMM la the argBBBflBl of a fool. If nohody I.ut Mr. PMHM IM inaintaiii the Clvil Servlee refortu law In the Metropul Itaii p?at IMM then Clvll Sorrlcfl refonu |B aMaafld t<> Bpoody dlscoinrtture. If no DMM rrat oau l>e tr.Hto.t with the leitaiui-tratiou of au ofllca lii.eaiia.- It Im.-. 1,000 MHDtoyM I M anuiial aalarlea f<M>t up ut ai^WO.OOO, then the DBBMOTaM parly la not tit to llve. i/u (ourur haa ulwaya held tnal utileaa la>tb purtiea could Ik- truate<l to adniiniater tbe t'lvil Hervlofl r.-foriu law, f'nll aatrlM refonu woul.l nrove a f.illure, und It aeea 110 reaaon to chanp. lta optnlon. 7Af Timrt th,.iii;ht u l"i>n,o, 1 at ti.od enoiidh to he Freal.lent of thfl ( uiled Stutea and uo one wlll uppreotato lta arnuuu-nl thut a IMaoorat la uot good enouifh lo ho poalmaoter of New-York. ? dM lXJISTICE 10 LIXCOLS'S MKltORY. To the Editor ot The Tribune. 8m : In the al?lo nnd interestiuy paper en tltled ?? I.luooln the Man," by Mr. Donn Hatt, pul.llabed iu Taa Tun.t'NK on Siin.lay, March 'J'J, the aaaertlou la tigalii reiajated tbat Mr. Llncoln " colled for a cotulc souir ou the Idoody huttlettcld." The wrlter MMTM that thla atatenu-nt orltduated with tho late .Io*. l'h 8<'ovill, .\r? \ oik eiiireapuii.l.-i.t dartag tha Wat 9A JM London BbWMVm8 The London tttandard, whoao lettcra over the ?l?rnatiire of " Mau hattun" MttMM uow?pa|Mra wlll 00 reniemhored for thelr .vlrulont dlsloyulty. Hcovlll waa formerly editor of aoyernl newapapera of a certnln claaa, The Watp, The PMrpMB aud //.? ?AiiWaaA. i'he ovidouce that BmtBI luveiited this uiallKuant atory, aoon after I'iaal doiit Lincolu'a vlsll to tbe Held of Antietaui, Juat aftor BM .uttle, and that it waa oopled from tbe LoudouJoor uala by newapapera in thla country lultnleal to Mr. I.ine.ilu, tok'ether with tbe proof that Scovlll admitted that tbe atatemoot WM a fahrlcatlon wrltten topleaae the Ki.rfllsh readera of hla lettcra, wna ptibllahod in Tht Siw York ragiprndrnf nt riiiTtM ta,laa7. lf Mr. I'latt'aatateiiiout waa Imaed ui>ou Hcovlll a puo lieatlou he haa doiie Mr. I.lneolu'a meiuory a K'***' in* luatlce. hy uivluu the MMBtMB ot hla. nauie t.? II. \ ourfl len|..,tflllly. laiU II. C'Alll'BMbK. Setc-York, March M, 1818. UMM MADISON'S COMPLEXION. To the Editor of The Trtbune. S111: Io ix recent number of Tiik TafBtTPB I read, ln a letter of Mra. Frauiont, aorae remarka ahoat Mra. aTadllM Sho beautlfully doaeribed her, bu?. alludad toher ualngooHiuotiiM, lu wblch 1 muat dltter from Mra. FiiMiiont. I have a inlniature ou ivory for wblch Jira. Madlaou aal to me, piluted after she waa eiKbty. Iu bor alttli.Ka 111 her own bouao, durlaa which aheen tertalucdinecharnilnKlr, ahe never refueedjto reclrfl oallera, and alibouKb luther pale at the commeinxaH-i I of the alttlna, tho d. Ilcate. l.oauUful wilor ea.ne M "?? cbflcka aml her oomploxlou waa like a chll.i a. The i-u liia- I havuabowaiiKa.iwi tiecketchief. folded b.oo? . couveniioi.al old bLafc relvet. her bead "'?r"""ea,.,,i tha li.evltahle turhaii. ln ahlch ahe olwaya wore ? Tg iniiiui ,ue. aun-ouiided wllh jaar.a, of Mr *Ilirtw.'Jn1,irJtl ?peotfully, Maa.J.aui-Li(.a. .Wii' lork, M.uvh'J'J, l-o&.